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All The Things: A 2020 Debrief with Sean Miura
"Living cooney In in many ways that is the most that we can ask ourselves right. Now i was gonna say what qualifies as living now is simply a pulse because sure i got that notes a into bleak time but i think I'm leaving this year with capacity to be grateful for stuff. That's that's kind of something that i'm i'm happy about and i feel very privileged good. I'm very happy to hear that. That's an esa. Just sean way to start this off. isn't it also need. I'm still like writing this high of realizing that. This is the first time that you're on my first of all podcasts. 'cause i was like i've podcast with sean before. This is not the first but if the verse but this one. So i've done. I've been on collab- cast multiple times. I think the last time was when we recorded with david joy okay and then the recording. They didn't like that so that but it was fine. I think laden wanna had just come out and that was all we were talking about or something so it was kind of saying that in intro as well it was a whole thing it was a it was beautiful thing. That is so solicit. Start with that. That my memory is non-existent This i mean the whole purpose of this conversation. Is i just wanna talk with you. But it's really we're at the very very end of twenty twenty which will go down in infamies. Two days left two days left as probably gonna go up the last day. So we're just like you know settling and coming to terms with all that was this year. So yeah we're just if anyway i mean i said this in the intro. We good but just or eight. We're debriefing. I calling this. Like a twenty twenty debrief a good a good debrief. Yeah thank thank you for having me. This is actually the. I've i've said no to pretty much every like podcast or video or or writing. Ask that. I've had This year really. Yeah just because i had. I didn't it was it was like either at. It didn't feel like i was the right person to talk about the subject. Or i just wasn't really feeling like i. I wanted to be putting anything. That i was saying at the time on tape because my brain was all over the place but I'm i'm happy to be here just to to look back because i think that that's that's an important thing for everyone to be doing right now. I'm slow. I am just so beyond honor. Now this is so meaningful that it's the first time you're on first of all and also that it's a rarity because i one hundred thousand percent support that i think i did ask you earlier this year and you did say no. I really admired and respected you for that. I think that an imprint. On my heart of like i need to be more on i. Yeah i mean. It's i think you're asking me to talk about the The uprisings after the murder. Of george. Floyd and taylor and And the The central park on incident. And i think that for for for many from for many of us who were applying. That was an interesting moment because that sort of like amplifying and supporting movement work has been is just kind of part of what we do and then in that moment. Suddenly i found myself being pegged as like a like a weird spokesperson. For that. i wasn't. I wasn't a leader. Hin or was an expert in nor nor should i really be the person to go to and i think that i i think for many of us. Were just trying to figure out who who who could have. The conversation. And i got asked quite a few times actually In the weeks following that to not surprised podcasts. Or or Write a thing or do a photo shoot or et cetera et cetera. Simply off the fact that i was reposting things on on instagram stories and I think what. I what what i've taken away from. That is just this reminder that you know we we need to be more clear on who within our community is doing this work and who were in the scene to and who were uplifting and And so and so in that moment would it's some. This is something that i've always tried to practice I thought it was really important. Just to pass the mic. Which i did a few times and referred people to other folks but Yeah i mean i. I'm i'm glad that was. That was a good thing. I'm always a little a little bit unsure. When i say no to stuff but yeah trying to try and do more of that.
"david joy" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"Because I didn't work that way. And then one day I ran into an interview with Raymond Carver and the Paris Review and. He described his process and he said when I'm not working he's said it feels as if I've never written a word a day in my life. was like, that's me. and then he said when I am he said he's The. John Asbury called the paddle will as one day of telling into the neck into the next that's very much me. I know that if I if I forced myself to sit down and try to make make it work that would drive me your goddamn brains you're going to get. So. What's the point like sit there every day I was like trying to ride yeah. Yeah. It wouldn't work. Yeah. That's kind of how feel but it's taken. It's taken me a very, very long time to be like, Hey, man if you don't have today. It's honestly better to not even track because if you try, you're just fucking throw it out tomorrow like. Your ear and on. The transition a little bit into against the book in your work in general. Let me say I was introduced to you by the bitter southerner you wrote A. Short story essay that's word for drew digging in the trash that resonated with me. Maybe, more than any essay. Ever has. Encouraged anyone out there listening to go on that right now it's on the bitter southern, top David joy trash. Come Up. Well first of all, do you have a preference? Is that two different things in your mind? Totally compare if you don't mind essay versus novel riding? Think the essay. Form for me It just takes takes an equal amount out of me to get it right. And and They're they're two entirely different basis like compared short stories too novels not can't write a short story to save my life but but the essay, I can but it's typically it's typically when I'm pissed off With that essay it was. It was a guide yeah guide. He'd reviewed a novel Lemond and he didn't like the novel and I could care less. If he liked the nowadays lots of people don't like my novels. Hurt my feelings bit. You know they all kinds of books I don't like but it's it's actually funny what he did because because Corey but tweeted something either today or yesterday that said the same thing and he said he said you need to come down out of the hollers. This is word for word you need to come down out of the Hollers, leave the pill in trailers behind and try writing about real people for a change and he he attala sized that were people in the same way that the person that Corey tweeted about put. In quotations as if to say that, you're.
"david joy" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"Has Been. My experience has been kind of the opposite of that. So you never been date raped by Scott because what you mean. Not In France. Well I mean obviously. Times. Some we podcast on how people you you really have you been elsewhere. Traveling in Europe or is it mostly just? Yeah? I've I've never travelled really anywhere else in France As far as stereotypes of worst stereotyping I've ever in Dole was was here. You know I mean hell it's traveling around the US right In the mail, it was a, it was a a Ritzy me Guess Court, picking me up and and. She and asking You know what people think about your books where you live and then she paused him before I could answer she said, I'm sorry. Can they read? Lord I can read. You know it's like you can read. It's. It's it's so bizarre to me that like the person saying that to you have to also know that you fucking wrote it like. That it's never mind. You're good enough to have written this book, but we're but nobody else could even dare. You know I mean we get version? Places all the time too. It's like they don't think of David or they don't think of us when they're having we're not surgeons as being the same after people that are asking the question. Obviously you're different or I wouldn't be here talking to you, right I'm asking you about the rest of them right Mongoloids the hills or whatever. Yeah. They think there was like some liberal symbiosis that got in a southern Parson and we're that we're fucking carnage envenom or something. Yeah and it doesn't make any sense but I was actually I wanted to get into this general thing and I figured. there. would be some of that mixed into but it seems to me again as an outsider far as literature go that like you and Southern Literature Appalachian Literature. That's like one of the..
"david joy" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"He rolls this interviewee roles to. Ski. WHAT'S UP MAN You're. Bayard. Lack you talk your, you look like you're flying a helicopter to dollar general. Mattis. That's about right. On him do works on the island like flat interests but you don't WanNa know his backstory Paolino. David's the greatest damn helicopter pilot we got don't ask him what happened in Bolivia a main hazing fresh out he is fresh out but. Here make good on this Yemen. Osea. Sounding good. Where are you at right now I'm sitting outside a firehouse. The. Firehouse or subject yeah. subbed place. What oh no not A. Real. Honest to God fire. My hat goes to sandwiches farce as a role. Go to your head to. Is What the hell are you all dressed up for I, shot a video and I, didn't WanNa Change. I done yet. So full of change. I thought maybe took some weird ass job out there. So. I did. So, you gotta drive you every time you want to do and I assume that you have to do a lot of these. David what would be an a critically acclaimed. And all you have to do a lot of these low book junkets or whatever. You gotta drive the Goddamn town every time you want do these. Oh Yeah. Like a phone call man. The your man I'll I complain all the time about how at my Internet just I live in place for my Internet just sucks. But like I clearly still have it, I'm sitting here in my house it's just sometimes it will go out. But like dude, if I had to get in my truck to do to make stuff work, guess what stuff wouldn't work we wouldn't be doing shit that's what happened. You would definitely go to the firehouse subs. Yeah it's not too far. Well, welcome to the PODCAST author David Joy friend of the show for hours. David's got a book out when these mountains burn a this comes out Wednesday books officially Al Tomorrow. So. So much time you hear this podcast folks David's book is already out if you have a preordained. We'll talk about that soon. But as you've already gathered lives in the sticks of North Carolina, we won't say wear and he has to drive in full or..
"david joy" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"East from the south and I was like, okay. So we start having a conversation and I was just like town seven he got his deck What what southern state is this dude from and he's like Oklahoma and I was like this ain't it like you don't want to do this like that. But the thing is that he could have and they would have been like. Okay. That's what I'm saying if that's scripts at rural, Oregon? Yeah might have been enough y'all. y'All y'all her hundred on all this except for like. There are there parts of Oklahoma that have? Governor. Yes. It's still specific. Specific accent is not the Oklahoma Redknapp. Governor parts of Oklahoma. Governor. Tim Blake Nelson. Oklahoma Aero. But we talk shows in Oklahoma and we meet all boys from Oklahoma Yeah. No no I wasn't trying to say now hold on, I was not trying to say that Oklahoma does not qualifies read Ashes Jr is from fucking Oklahoma that's what I'm saying. I'm just saying like people don't understand that there is not one southern accent like there's not one northern accent like people in Connecticut don't sound like fucking people in Boston? So. This reminds me of something I saw a movie trailer and I've talked to this I've talked about this y'all off. Matt before and as I recall y'all never been as bothered by necessarily but it's been something that annoys me and I I got reminded of it again the other day when it comes to movies I saw a trailer for networks movies coming out that looks really good trailer looks fire is called the devil all the time. CAST. The cast is absolutely fucking loaded from watching the just from watching the trailer. It seems like it's like it while watching the trailer at this is a period set in the rural south. There's a crazy ass preacher and you know hillbilly boy and all this stuff. There's murderer an intriguing Yada, Yada Yada and it looked real good and the accent sounded pretty good and the cast is stacked every God damn. One of them is foreign language even married and and and but then I looked it up and now I could be wrong. But I looked it up and it's actually set in Ohio and when I saw that I was like whole loan. Why did they all sound like that? Then because I I didn't know where it was said, it didn't say where it was set just listened to talk I. figured it was set in the deep south somewhere fifty years ago but it's actually set in rural Ohio and now I know I know they got fucking hillbillies enroll Ohio but I didn't think that they had the accent though but maybe I'm wrong maybe some of them do. natty acts on a very specific hillbilly accent. Yes. Southernmost city and even right outsides. I mean for the most part in country as about say, I've heard some of those people from northern Kentucky or whatever. Like that. That little area right there and even then like now I mean, it doesn't sound. Naked. The devil all the time. And I think it's like coal country Ohio and again I know they got hillbillies there I just didn't think they had the accent what year. I, don't know a hundred percent. Sure preservatives definitely in the past saying my mind. Had in. Again. I might be wrong. Maybe it is an accurate as far as the dialect goes but either way that when I found out that annoyed me, but I was already annoyed by. The fact that again and I know I've heard for years apparently, Hollywood likes to cast like the Brits or Australians to play rednecks because they're. Our accident than Americans are faking our accident in southern Americans. Yeah. Yeah. Of course right obviously. But that's yeah. But like there are southern actors a lot of them..
"david joy" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Ryder's Club Charlotte Lit North on Raja's network. It's been a great experience for me. I've always enjoyed collaborating with spark publications meeting and interviewing their authors looking firework. If you'd like to check out what each of these sports has the offer good our show scold the bottom and you'll find information bench, one links and also Promo Code. Letters back with David Joy we're talking about his book when these mountains burn. David cover. It's got a lot of fire on it. Yeah. Do you like to cover how do I think Especially, the last three covers I've really liked I think early on the covers were real and they were a lot more commercial versus the past three covers those being the paperback of the way to this world the cover for the Linda hailed as now this cover I think are. A lot more literary and I kinda liked that she left. And we talked a lot about drugs. So for we haven't talked about the mountains burning, but that is a problem in the mountain area when the timber so dry is that a problem these days in western. Yeah Yeah I. Think it's An and truthfully it's always going to be a problem until we start to manage our forests a better you know there there's basically there hasn't. been much management at all but also this this novelist set very specifically in two thousand sixteen when that was the reality you know that for months Sony and we experienced devastating fires you not I think from a national standpoint probably most people are familiar with what happened to Gatlinburg for instance well, that was kind of the tail end of it. It had been going on for months It kind of been going on all the way back to back to early October late September, and and so. So I don't think that that was a a one time reality I think truthfully You know we will inevitably experience another year like death This year has been incredibly wet. There's not a day that's gone by that it had rained but you know as as climate change continues to bring these extreme weather patterns. I think you're going to have one of the other you're GonNa have really wet years and then you're gonNA have us we don't have any rain at all and all those years You know these mountains are nothing but but a mismanaged tinderbox. So, the people in western North Carolina believe in climate change. This this person wishing. Does. I think it's I think it's kind of like anything else it depends on who you talk to. This. This place is definitely not one way or the other. Okay. So all right. So we we got a number characters. This book talked about Ray we talked about Dinnie they're all suffering and somewhere way. Raya suffering He's lost his wife. He's trying to deal with the son who's addict Dinnie suffering because he's actually going through the experience of being an addict. But the cops aren't immune either from sort of emotional trauma of dealing with the drug trade and there's an undercover cop, a fellow named Rodriguez who's In this boat tell us about him because he plays an important part in the book to Yes Rodriguez is kind of he's kind of the lead undercover DA agent In this part of. Western North Carolina everything's kind of being moved out of the main office in Atlanta but Rodriguez is kind of been put in charge of of. looking into how heroin and opioids are moving through Western north, Carolina and. I think things he's still a young officer which is to say that I don't think he's detached himself completely in the way that veteran officer. So often do which is decided to that things are still really personal for him and I think it would be really hard when you're looking at this when you're looking at something like the opioid epidemic for it not to be personal when when you know you're constantly stacking up bodies I, mean it every single day you know just down the road from me we we drive down to. Over. Into Haywood and you get off the exit go to tractor and there's a big sign there where they're keeping up with overdoses per month deaths per year and it, and it rouses every every trip and think when you're dealing with that when you're dealing with that scale of. it's impossible for it not to not to be personal. So the scene you're going right now is pretty dialogue heavy and it's got a little humor in it too but he's trying to embed himself in the community and one way does that is to to get arrested and. Strike up a conversation with local. So I'm GonNa have you read read that starting on page sixty five with he was in a holding cell. He was in a holding sale was some horse faced white man with spiky hair who was in his mid to late thirties but trying to look much younger the man's eyes were too close together and his mouth hung open like he was either stoned or dumb as a fence post he strutted over inspected Rodriguez from top to bottom soon as the deputies close the door you Cherokee now I'm not Cherokee must be Mexican. My parents are Venezuelan. That's what I say Mexico and Venezuela two different countries you like Tacos. Yeah. Like Tacos we'll all right then Rodriguez laughed my name's Chavez but nobody calls me that what they call you everybody calls me Rudolph at your last night. No. So why do they call you that own account I'm from Murphy I don't get it like Eric Rudolph Rodriguez shook say you don't know who Eric Rudolph is blow up a bunch of borsch clinics or something I. Don't know anyhow he hit out in the woods for years and then one day he got caught digging around in a trash can back behind the save a lot. Okay it was in Murphy. Save a lot was sure she issue you heard Eric Rudolph. Now, what's your name Rodriguez? I, get it. Now yet, what that you're a Mexican not Indian I'm not Mexican. Then what are you American I was born in America in I'm Eric Rudolph the. Man Walked over and took a seat on a concrete bench that lined one wall. He rested his elbows on his knees dirty jeans with seems cut at the ankles. So the Denham hung over his sneakers he'd lost his hair upfront his forehead tall and shiny as polished marble. The man dropped his head and his hair jabbed out all over like a porcupine. Would they pick you up for Rodriguez tried to keep talking shoplifting? Would you still have tail? Rodriguez laughed but the man kept that dumb, ass look about his face like he was serious as a heart attack I swear hand to God as an uncle bill's flea market and this woman was sell all kinds of skulls and shit possums, deers. She had to hide off a raccoon looked about like she'd scrape it off the side of the highway with a shovel. She had this little coffee can was filled up coyote tales. So why in the fuck? It I don't know I just wanted want our guest a cocktail year. Rudolph said what about you passed out in a gas station that ain't a crab is fucked up drunk now I had a bag on me. So they got you for possession year position. So. Jeff on right and that same. Yeah where and it's funny as it is. Comical as it is to read it the sad reality is that is that's the truth for a vast majority of Americans. Came from if you came from south of the border, it don't matter if you're colombian-venezuelan Honduran, it doesn't matter your Mexican. Okay, let's let's do the writing life for just a second David. You can sometimes tell something about a writer's life. who supports.
"david joy" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"Out there stealing. He's he's coming and he's trying to get somewhere between one hundred. Fifty and two hundred bucks maybe and how fast is he going to blow through that at this point? you know he's looking it's like ten dollars a stamp, ten stamps to a bundle. So hundred dollars for for ten stamps and and he's basically using a stamp a day. So so one hundred hundred dollars is could potentially last him awake and a half. Yeah, and if he done if he didn't continue to use the Explore this in the book withdrawals are pretty painful. Yeah. Yeah. I I think a lot of times. That that's one of the biggest issues with with heroin addiction specifically is that is that the withdrawals are Damn near worse than died you know and and so a lot of times even if even if Even. If you have the desire to get cleaned if you don't have resources at your disposal to help you get over that he'll Regardless eventually, you're going to break down and you're gonNA use just to stave off those those withdrawal symptoms. Now. You mentioned they're sort of a cliche You know members of the. Indian. Nation using and others in the mountain community using different casts of drugs. But what's the current state of the problem? well, I think I think our problem is is Kinda at a pinnacle Here in this part of Appalachia, we tend to be kind of behind the curve on everything. So so when it was methamphetamine, for instance, methamphetamine didn't really take hold here until you know maybe five years after it was destroying lots of other places and the same thing here with with heroin you know I think whereas whereas a lot of communities were were seeing you know. In just devastating use five years ago I think we're kind of We're at the pinnacle right this minute You know there's there's more going on right this second than I think there ever has been. Is. We're going to take a short Brag. Not Long we come back. We're going to actually dive into the plot we're GONNA make the the other side which the undercover forces that. Are Worth trying to to stop the drug trade. We're GONNA do the writing life segment we get something a Real quick to in the episode. So please stay with us. Listeners I like to share some information with you but four or. That mark. Players in our literary community and they're also supporters of the podcast. Spark Publications Charlotte Charlotte Writer's Club and North Carolina riders network. Sparked of occasions is one of our early supporters and they have been sending Mason wonderful authors with well-designed books. They are an award winning independent publishing firm. The helps authors bring their work to life. There were strategically with her authors to help them complete their manuscripts, designer covers books. For, marketability rush to their house PM's. Congress numbers proofread manage the options. Market and much more. To find out more about how you can publish a nonfiction book with the sport of an experienced team checkout spark publications, Dot Com. Charlotte lit otherwise known as Charlotte Center for Literary. Arts is an organization in which number. It's a nonprofit Arts Center Whose mission is to celebrate the Literary Arts Educating and engaging writers. Raiders. Two classes, conversations and community? I really enjoy participating in those classes See themselves and I do too is valued in vital part of the Charlotte Arts community, and they become a creative writing center for the region you find out more about them and had to participate at Charlotte dot, worn. For Ninety eight years the Charlotte Liars Club has continued to be supportive environment in the Greater Charlotte community. I was a board member of that Organization for few years recently. Real enjoyed participating that way, and also in the regular meetings, their contests in their community organizations, they offer a monthly newsletter. Muffin. Meetings speakers, speaker chairman to they do critique groups of Mike's and. Offer writing workshops in the morning contests. In, find out more about shot Rogers. Club. At Charlotte. Reiner's Club dot war. I'm also a member north on riders network They offer sixth annual competitions, three annual conferences I think of attended Those many online classes. At critiquing in editing services for their members. They serve over fourteen hundred members in north lot of beyond. at all genres and all of us have.
"david joy" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast
"With David Joy author of. Mountains, burn and other novels. The Charlotte Observer Calls David remarkably gifted storyteller. Lee Smith author of guests on Earth. Calls Davis latest novel revelatory and Elba. Characters from every side of the law converged in this fast moving story. As a piece of writing as you are ever likely to encounter. Joe Orlando author the elephant of surprise. says. This is the sort of novel love no worldwide conspiracies or super crimes. Just flawed folks making bad choices than having to live at the deadly consequences. Deva always quickly become one of my favorite authors in the tradition of such fine novelist. Brown and William Gay. Highly recommended. We start the show David reading from the beginning of the Book Corey Meet Raymond Mathis a man alone in a world where the mountains are burning. Rain bled over the Dusty Windshield Raymond Mathis Rung the steering wheel in his fist trying to remember if there was anything left worth taking. The front door, his house stood open and from the driveway he knew who broken in. Fact was if it wasn't nailed down, it was already gone. What pound easily went first and now the boys stole anything that looked like it might holding value at all. Across the yard the last raise dogs bald from the Kennel. There'd been a time when he bred the best squirreling coon dogs ever to come out of Jackson, county, Allina Black and Tan Mountain feist that tree anything that clammed. He'd raised beagles to run rabbits through bramble back before outsiders riddled the land with no trespassing signs and this was the last of them. A lean bitch named Tommy two-tonne who was great in the face and shook on her hind legs balanced against bowed chicken wire. Crossing the yard ray was thankful. The boy had at least put the dog up this time. The Hound was old and blind, but hadn't lost her nose. Earlier that summer the boy had broken in left the door standing wide and Tommy was gone nearly a week before ray founder two coves over Panton and hob blend half star down the road having chased God knows what through the night Adult gets on a sant and there's no turning back and in that way dogs and men aren't that different. Rate IT AND BLAME TOMMY LIKE DIDN'T BLAME THE BOY Both were after something they had no business chasing, but he understood how a single thought could enter a man's mind and absolutely consume. You Ready for Supper Ray said as he slid the barrel bolt back on the door. The, bones of the five stall Kennel had weathered grey, but we're still as solid as the day he frames them. Rain slid off the back the tin roof and seeped into the ground as quickly as it fail the Hound House Melancholic and lonesome as if she hadn't seen a soul in years. When the door swung open, she tried through the yard and into the house. Then shook herself drive with ears slapping jowls. This was the first rain to touch the mountain in months. The ground was so bad stopping there in the yard Raymond could almost hear the earth laughing at what fail trying to wet its mouth enough to stave off dying of thirst. The ridges were burning in the air smelled of smoke and there was no front in the forecast rain figured this little spell was just a cruel joke. Still. He stood there staring up into the sky letting the drops beat against his eyelids while he prayed shower alone long. Hey listeners before we dive into the interview here, I'd like to thank you for taking. Some, your valuable time to listening to this episode today, we really appreciate it. at all select let you know that a couple of benefits.
"david joy" Discussed on KTOK
"Graham pack grad leashed which you can hear every weekday immediately preceding this particular broadcast. And then Jeffy is here as well from two in the fat podcast usually have that uploaded win. Oh Monday through Friday back. It's up. Five thirty central six thirty eastern. Okay special talking thrones today. As a matter of fact, that's right. And the game of thrones last night, the big, big finale wrapped up last night, while it's completely Ovalles. No, they're going to do movies, though, aren't they are. They're doing this apparently the, the first round of prequels aurorae and filming so really? Yeah. So okay, prequel to everything we saw over the last eight seasons or whatever guests going back before that, I guess he'll. Now from what I've read so far. I, I don't watch game of thrones. So I don't know anything about it. But I'm reading really bad things about the funicular upset about the beautiful about this final season for sure. You know, they try to wrap it up in the last couple episodes of Ben, you know, people are really wound up about how they really are. I mean they've, they've tried the they've got it some petition to get HBO to redo the season with better writers to silly. Did they lose their original selling? What happened was is that as they, you know, they ended up moving on from the books, right for the game of thrones books. So I didn't know there were the guy that wrote the books said, look, he's still writing more. But he's saying, look, this is going to be the conclusion, this is where I'm going with these characters. How you get there, though. It's up to you, and so they glossed over long. A lot of things wide open weight reloaded we why are we doing that? So it's been it's been fascinating. I mean I have joined the reviews I read this morning. It was the worst episode of the entire series. Do you agree with that I do not? But it's you know, there is there are they did some questionable jumps? But just enjoy it. Even joy David joy, all seventy two or seventy three episodes up until now. Relax was huge. Yeah. I mean for, for a subscription channel to have eighteen million viewers like like they did last week. And then I would imagine last night's will top how many million. Yeah. Easily twenty million slush, huge here in big numbers. So I mean the biggest number since probably the, the Walking Dead. Well, the debt is gonna yeah. The debt is on cable. Right. Which you don't have to pay for just what you're not getting a separate subscription. Right. You are HBO. So that's that's even more impressive for game of thrones. And then and then the twenty million or eighteen twenty million. That's only in the United States, far as I know that's only the states. That's not knows what the worldwide gotta be he -rageous. Yeah. Outrages. Triple eight seven to seven B, E, C, K Missouri's Republican led house Friday passed sweeping legislation designed to survive core channels to court challenges, this time that would ban abortion at eight weeks of pregnancy. So they've got another heartbeat. Bill, this starting to gain some Bamenda m- now? If it's enacted, the ban would be among the most restrictive in the United States. It includes exceptions for medical emergencies, but not for pregnancies caused by Raper incest. Doctors would face five to fifteen years in prison for violating the eight week cutoff. Wow. That's a strong legislation, or is I mean when you're when you're talking about jailing doctors. Well, in Alabama, they're talking about life sentences, which is. Okay. Pretty severe that you don't wanna violate that women, of course, would not be prosecuted. So Republican governor Mike parson pledged to sign the Bill, but it's unclear when he'll take action when pressed on the lack of exceptions, he told reporters all life has value. So I mean that's another another strong statement and strong action in this fight. And look, I think the other side just went too far I think, so, too, and kick the right into action, Finally, I think, so, too, okay? If you're going to legalize abortion, all the way up to, including an after birth, we're gonna respond, and we're going to take some action, then that's what's happening. They won't say, you know, the their best answer, their best answer most of these people running for the democratic presidential nominee of like a Buddha last night on FOX, he, he would say it would give the line of win. You shouldn't have. I don't think there is a line for these people. Align is that's, that's still the woman's woman to leave that between her and her press. So the line is there is no line, there's no matter. I mean that's when you start getting that going that route, we've got to say something to. Yeah. I think so. No, we've given you all of this, and you're still not enough. So Missouri's action comes hot on the heels of Alabama's action, which banned essentially all abortion, unless the mother's life is in danger. That's the only exception and there's no abortion, even for the first six or eight weeks. So Alabama's is really strong, and we'll obviously be challenged in court. And that's what they were actually looking for, which is interesting because I don't think it survives the supreme court. Oh, I don't know that they're counting on the fact that it will. But I think we've seen strong evidence. John Roberts doesn't vote for it. He wouldn't try to overturn Roe v. Wade. And I, I don't think Kevin would either. So if you lose those two, if you lose one of those two is not gonna pass. But there is some definite momentum for pro-life sweeping the nation. Here we've got eight states now that have passed new laws, including Alabama, which as we mentioned is a near total ban. The only exception being a mother's life endangerment. Georgia, Kentucky, Missouri Mississippi and Ohio have all passed heartbeat, Bill. So as soon as the baby has a heartbeat. You can't be aborted and Utah. Arkansas have limited abortion to the middle of the second trimester, which isn't great. But it's better than it was better than better than it was better than okay. All the way up to forty weeks and beyond. Right. He's just had a baby of we'll give you a couple of days to decide whether you want to kill her. So the left now is demanding that we not call them heartbeat bills that they're fetal fetal echo bills or something to that effect. Just silly. It's ridiculous. Yeah. It's, it's insanity. If it's not a heartbeat. What exactly is it? That's a carburetor. Oh, it's a carb. Okay. So we had a Volkswagen forming in there or a Buick, Buick, whatever doesn't matter carburetor sorry to hear that. Well, the carburetors Dushan move us, why can't you aboard a carburetor cares? I mean, four GM every day. Worry about the carburetor kicking. So they're doing everything they can. And they do this every time they change the language and you change the argument and that's what they've done every single time. That's why they're pro choice rather than pro-abortion because it sounds so much better. And that's how they made so much headway and they're trying to do it again, here by not calling a heartbeat. Heartbeat. It is essentially, you're right. It's essentially a carburetor. Crazy. It's just science denying again. That just continues. Triple eight seven to seven BBC k it's Pat, jiffy for Glenn on the Glenn Beck program. You're listening to Glenn. According to the FBI, the average loss in a burglary, is about two thousand dollars..
"david joy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Good morning, Andy mazer, good morning. Baker is opening night ahead of Super Bowl fifty three in Atlanta. The Rams the patriots meeting with the media. But the bigger story, maybe the weather a winter storm watch in effect for Atlanta. And I know chicagoland's will laugh at this up to an inch of snow is possible, maybe two inches in the northern suburbs. Though that accumulation has shut down the city in the past adamant interiors as a. Kicker with the colts, the forty six year old a one year deal with the Indianapolis Colts. The bears have signed kicker Redford Jones to reserve futures contract. Jones was brought in last week to provide some competition for Cody parkey, the twenty four year old played at Tulsa and was not drafted after a senior in two thousand seventeen all-star breaking stadium for the Blackhawks. The ice until Friday night. They'll face the sabers in buffalo. Blackhawks have won two straight games. College basketball yesterday. Second rank Duke blowing out Notre Dame eighty three to sixty one Zion. Williamson twenty six points, nine rebounds and four blocked shots. Northwestern back in action tonight at number twenty one Maryland, the cats have won two of their last three games. We'll face their fourth top twenty five opponent decision. Pre game five forty five. David joy Meyer, head recall at six WGN and WGN radio dot com. And the bulls will be in Brooklyn tonight both of lost thirteen of their last fourteen games on the home of the Blackhawks, northwestern Wildcats and White Sox baseball. Andy major WGN sports your money on WGN global tradings mixed today. Markets in Asia finished mixed overnight. Markets are higher so far in the euro-zone US futures point to small opening losses later this morning on Wall Street oil futures up about a percent in pre-market trading at fifty two dollars forty seven cents a barrel. WGN traffic.
"david joy" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Business. Our continues tobacco giant Altree. I is buying a stake in the east cigarette maker jewel labs, we're going to cover that in our next segment right now, the Federal Reserve top of mind today after the latest increase in interest rates comments by a chair by the chair Jerome Powell. We welcome back. David Jones, chairman of de m j advisors in Denver. Let's talk about what happened yesterday. David, especially the Dow industrials right now are almost one hundred four hundred points lower. So what what's? What what do we think the market feels about this? Well, I got the fed Bryant which was my main job on your excellent program a rate hike by the band, and fed chairman, Mr Powell who's been on the firing line since that action emphasize that there's a fair degree of uncertainty about how many rate hikes we're going to get next year. So the fed was very much on target in terms of what I expected to do the shock came when I about the market might like that statement better fan and impact the market has been collapsing. Every sense, my view is simply a symptom, and we talked about this before of how high the market went. How overvalued it was when we had virtually ten years of extremely cheap credit almost free credit? And and I guess. Sense. It was an unprecedented period where the market was flooded with liquidity in extremely low rates. I guess we really don't have much to go on as to what kind of what kind of behavior the market might have. Now, all I can say is I'm shocked by how negative response in the stock market has been to the fan. Where we're hearing the term a bear market quite a bit today. What do you think? Well, it's just a period of extreme volatility. Nasdaq which lead the market. Hard to believe you guys have to correct me. But if my memory serves me, we haven't another all time high as recently as October the market's on everything was perfect, then and it it now is in bear territory. Argue is that the volatility is what is shocking, and you know, it's just hard to say where we go from here. I certainly think that the correction is not over the correction of surprise me so much is this this is something that's strictly right now appears to be. Strictly a financial market issue that there could be some sort of correction based on the kind of overheated market that we saw over the last two years since basically since election day two years ago. But it's not starting to filter out into the economy at large or is it. Well, that's a perfect point to make one of the most interesting comments have had turned made yesterday was that an annual volatility and Lord only knows that's what we're seeing in the dark market does not have much effect on the economy. What what we have is a sort of a sound money and old fashioned fed chairman after the quite dovish predecessor, Janet Yellen. And and he says look our job, according to congress is to give the economy maximum employment and stable prices are job is not to hold the hands of the stock market when it gets in trouble. And I think that was part of this shot that the stock market's going to end in answer to your question. Certainly the fed chairman feels that all of this volatility is not affecting his outlook for the economy slower growth next year two point three percent instead of three percent this year. But it's certainly not throwing in the towel. I will thanks again. For the for the insights, David joy, David Jones, chairman of DM J advisors based in Denver Colorado coming up next big tobacco making a move into e cigarettes. WBZ news time twelve fifteen..
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"Forty four twenty seven northwestern on top of Chicago state, and look who is in the building tonight outstanding athletic director, eight months on the job. Chris -sorts the fourth before Notre Dame and the Chicago Bears. And now can I call you what management? This is a very very, I doubt you ever had a vision that we're going to be in this position someday. But maybe you did. Oh, yeah. I mean, I have a goal of divisional director that album, she came true and having a chance for for it to be a my home, power Africa amazing. Stories like this. Very auditory actually serve after nappy to charge. And so huge shale just from people are saying is school gonna make it. Here you go. You've got to hire. New basketball's promotion turns out. Right. And you're in trying to encourage people to come to the sport. See what you guys have to offer which is a lot. Sure what's exciting about. Now. No up presidency. Scott has really kind of gave us that that that mission other going out there and telling folks that were open for business, you know, who we are here to educate your kilter, we're here in athletic department to win games. We're in the wet conference. That's very exciting. We've had all wack player. We haven't had in the past. So my my eight month reign. Has really done some from from break. Thanks during that time. Speaking breckon sense. But we just had our our Torian extra progress. She's volleyball player. At graduation. So there are small things, Dan, we are in the transition year, although say that, but you know, what when you look at the teams playing. We we argument to perfect scores aren't necessary showing it, but we aren't we're starting last year while you're just talking to point is is obvious. I think it's a very cool. But you have a passion for what you're doing trying to place it civility real fastest weird. Shorted have to talk to you more like the actual show. But your thoughts on the bears sober. I'm excited. First of all what game the time forty Niners. Okay. That's that's that's a that's a player mentality. Best of luck based. Figure Chris Archer athletic director at Chicago state. All right. It's forty four twenty seven David joy coming on back with second-half..
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"david joy" Discussed on First Take
"I didn't talk about sentimentality i talk about production i don't happen to agree with max when max sits of says bella check is trying to do the best thing to win i don't believe that he could get away even the great bill bellichik can get away with making the argument i was trying to give our team a better chance to win by yanking malcolm butler right before the super bowl i don't believe that so your question to me my response with his my argument is very very consisted if there was any question in my mind that malcolm butler did not give them the best chance to win i will take the statement now you see it had one thing a lot of people thought he got burned all over the field in his play had dropped off the here's the other thing i want you guys responded because you didn't get into it said no defensive coordinator they didn't have the defensive coordinator in 2010 in 2011 their defense absa had fallen off so this stills me bill bella checks greatness in not having a defensive coordinator those two seasons they had the best record in the nba i actually think this is a smart move and what are you you say to that well i don't know what this is wandering the not because i understand i understand that ultimately his record speaks for itself so i'm not about to question bill bella check in that regard you are right there have been times where he is operated without an official defensive coordinator three times in the last six seasons by the way they were ranked temple loet defensively but when you have tom brady in an office is so efficient because it's led by the greatest quarterback of this every if not ever it's not ever in a lot of people's minds that can solve dino that can gloss over some of the deficiencies that you have defensively so it really comes down to what do people believe do you believe is because of bill bella checks or do you believe is because the tom brady that the new pages of enjoyed your successor david joy because there's no question that tom brady affects you positively on both sides of the ball.
"david joy" Discussed on WWL
"Coodination you ready we gotta ten hours of hardhitting saints football legs kid with former saints offensive lineman steve court and save sideline reporter christian jerry and here we go for another twenty minutes forehand things off that about like countdown to kick off i'm chris yard lowest deepbore former saints off as a live at this first take here on wwl get you set for satan panthers today in the playoffs first time the saints have had of home playoff game since two thousand eleven and judging by the fence you could tell it's been a while and they are ready to go i think they're and playoff most eighth are absolutely of full eidhr open if you will join the conversation at 5042601870 text eight seventy eight seven at school when the tricks is a little bit break down the so this saith panthers match up from him an area that the you know so well the off into line in the new orleans saints their healthy withdrawn ops that played a left ankle and asia's pete's they in a guard max aunger larry wofford ryan ramp check yup is a magical they've david joy in the previous two because they match a really good against that when they're healthy and i'll fix lichen kamal some folks really we establish a lot scrimmage on the defences of afable well they've proved it you know and at each and every week did they go out there and and look even if it's a patchwork deal where you know the coach rao shire's had to come in here at put a couple of things together as far as new guys in a different spots this because of guys are getting certain ict in certain areas then look they've they've stepped up to it so it in my mind there is no questioned the world why com this team today especially with arms dog meal back and left tackle you know in an address uh you know back at uh at left guard plan were they are looked at the left sideline could flatten get a go on imf and flat move so um it is really one of the better off it is obliged to weed weed nick show that this year so uh again this year we ask you to this game i should say look bodes well for us this mistake appoint look we've done it before there's no question than that no k want short you know as a guide bill.
"david joy" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Outlet ex northwestern batasuna better david joy meyer from all state arena where the northwestern wildcats have won their big ten opener and battles dramatic fashion is can't 72 sixty eight it over time over the fighting a lot i were joined by thick law and a bit for first of all what a game start to finish this was really a battle have you caught your breath yet after this work yeah uh now think about it from start to finish it will i came out and through as many punches is that we could say they play as hard as you know as we expected into but i'm just coming off a game like georgia tech that we finish said the point is is almost the same mary o georgia tech got the lab at the end that we remove plus the react like a young team but tonight the replay like an old here we are you came out you hit a greater start the game uh you hit a couple of big one is later in the ball game scottie got going up and then there was there was that defense though again just as we saw against georgia tech seemed like you guys kind of picked up on what you did on tuesday night yeah i mean we came here plant pissed off i mean there's no way we delay over like i'm going to beat us you know i don't care who we play coming over laws like judge doug we had to come in here an empty tank at play like we had got the left to give editors game as long as you can look at jilin is is that we gave our audience automatic first of all congratulations at a nice satinlined not very easy to watch it ended the game from the bench go is it has got to be hello to go what was the philosophy and going zone what we feel we saw that i own i struggled against zone it again a little segment lucas wasn't able to drive as much going right against zone i think he endured we were able to close down ever take greater shots as think result with a different look they'll my wasn't a cousin to feels good to finish doesn't it feels great nor congratulations pick thank you.
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"Is going to be pitted as jerry jones against roger goodell but it's actually jerry jones against the league uh so jerry jones says according to the new york times in this broke just six minutes ago is reportedly has hired david boys to block roger goodell 's contract david boys is a very significant attorney really in the course of history he represented al gore in bushby gore back in two thousand he also represented the landmark gay marriage case which ultimately led to gay marriage emerged quality across the entire is also in the news lately because he was revealed of by the new yorker and ronen pharaoh that harvey weinstein had hired him to basically find out a lot of dirt and i mean really goes in wrestling time to be hiring david david joy to find out dort in their minds on the people accusing harvey weinstein of either sexual harassment or sexual though is there is a line of thought that somebody like jerry jones would look at that news and instead of saying that david moyes isn't somebody that you want to be involved with and say that he is because he's very clearly willing to do what is necessary to help his client jones apparently last thursday uh was on a call with six owners the ones on the compensation committee and that would be the owners of the chiefs the falcons the giants the patriots the steelers in the texans in legal papers were drawn up in were expected to be served this friday if the committee did not scrap its current plans to extend cadel's contract so in other words.
"david joy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The senate to pass a package of new sanctions on north korea iran and on russia for me meddling in the 2016 elections this is something that the president has still refused to accept and the new sanctions against russia or something he doesn't want now the only way he may have to stop them is to veto the bill and of course all this at a time when healthcare which is so important to so many americans is still in limbo oh i'm wear can the republicans find a win on this chemical that's a really good question right now they can't get the votes for either version of repealing obamacare or repealing and replacing obamacare and so far there emptyhanded no big legislative winds yet it's already this summer the window is closing pretty fast before the anti eighteen election season and this raises questions about whether the republicans can come together around tax reform where there is a lobbyist behind every deduction so i think republicans are learning once again that being the opposition party is easy being the governing party is very hard all right that's npr's political correspondent mara liasson thank you so much mara thank you novelist david joy road nsa this past week for the website the bitter southerner it's about his people growing up in the south being poor and living in trailer parks it's called digging in the trash and it's full of rage and sorrow about how the people he grew up with the people he loves our seen he joins us now from blue ridge public radio in asheville north carolina thank you so much for joining us thank you for having me you make a pretty clear point.