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"dennis hayes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"On the half. And when it breaks I'm Michael shoe, live from the KFI twenty four hour us room. There are reports of injuries and people killed after a severe storm pass through Oklahoma City. There's a tornado warning posted for sparks in Arlington with the storm heading east earlier tonight, just west of Oklahoma City tornado pass through El Reno at least one motel or hotel was destroyed apparently, an L Reto city council woman has been quoted as saying that people have been killed at a hotel that was destroyed near interstate forty a sailor in San Diego has pleaded guilty to espionage, US navy petty officer, second class Steven Kellogg. The third has been sentenced to three years after admitting he took classified info about the navy's nuclear powered warships plan to give it to a journalist, then defect to Russia. NCIS says, Kellogg wanted to publish an expose on waste within the military and admitted he wanted to share the information with Russians Aaron bender KFI news. Iran's foreign minister says the move. Movement of more US troops to the Middle East is a threat to regional security, Mohammad Zarif called President Trump's announcement that fifteen hundred US troops will be sent to the region, a danger to international peace approves will be sent to the region following recent attacks on tankers the Memorial Day concert. It's going to happen. Tomorrow PBS will air the thirtieth annual Memorial Day event live on Sunday from the west lawn of the US, capital, Tony nominated actress Mary McCormack will co host the event and is pumped by the lineup. Dennis Hayes for from twenty four and Sam Elliott incredible Sam Elliott is coming back with us. Christopher Jackson from Hamilton. And then, of course, it got Patti LaBelle. I mean, you know it's, it's an incredible lineup. This year's event will pay special tribute to gold star families Bill Seward, KFI news..

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Of an event celebration unless a real policy during something like national ice cream. It sounds like you're looking to change that. But what do you say to that criticism of whatever they had been in the last several years? I think if you were to ask folks who are involved in movements for human rights for peace for any number of broad social issues, whether they would like to have a worldwide event where even for one day, the planet focuses upon their issues and their resounding debated. But in the end, if you believe that we are rational creatures, and you believe in democracy that that debate will produce good results. Firth day network board chair emeritus Dennis Hayes. Every one of them would leap at it. The environmental movement is blessed with us event now to be sure many of the things that it does are just introducing people to the issues you take sixth grader out and they pick up recycled some aluminum cans, and perhaps plant some trees. But that first step is a step down a long journey any number of people who planted a tree when they were in grade school for Earth Day. Who then took their children to see that tree when it was twenty five or thirty years old and this year, they'll be taking their grandchildren to see that tree. It gets a wide variety of things for a variety of different people. But we definitely want this to have an impact beyond just the introductory impact. We've run out of time. It's time now to move aggressively on climate..

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Joyce smith. Yes. Doing everything we can for your son John responded, John Smith fell through the ice on lake Saint Louis on MLK day in two thousand fifteen fourteen at the time he spent fifteen minutes underwater, then he went to cardinal Glennon. And basically, his mom was told be wasn't going to survive. And if he did he would basically be a vegetable so this is I guess this is putting the category of faith based film. It's Easter weekend. It's not your typical Hollywood release. There is a lot of in. I don't know why this happens why I asked the producer of this movie because they brought the cast and the producer in town devan Franklin. Why do you even have to have genre? Like faith-based? Why can't you just have a movie that has faith in it? But Hollywood apparently doesn't like that. I'm curious about your opinion this film, because I know the story just a little bit. And we have this connection to the real life. It wasn't filmed here it was filmed in Winnipeg you'll see some shots of the arch and background of cardinal. Glenn? Most of this takes place up in Winnipeg Chrissy Mets who is Joyce plays the mom here. She's from this is us was in town with Marcel who plays John Smith, and the story itself in my opinion. I think is better than the movie. I mean, this is a really really amazing story that is motivational, and I'll I'll tell you what Paul. I don't know how you felt both kind of hard to explain what happened here outside of a a supreme being. I think it's one of those cases where? You can't go beyond saying it's miraculous in the way it happens in the way things play out. And that's when you get science and and faith kinda clash together. And even those best scientists whose best doctors out there when they can't explain it. There's one explanation that kind of pops into everybody's head in and here choice. Smith offers some, you know, amazing moments in prayer in this in this film that result in kind of you can't you can't look at it as anything other than maybe some divine intervention. It's this is the nice thing about this film and in many, faith based movies. I've seen kind of go is go at half speed in in comparison to a Hollywood movie, they they don't they don't do that here with Christy mats, and for grace and Josh Lucas, you've got a cast as well as Dennis Hayes Burt, you know, you've got a cast that professional that works through this very, well, it's it's not fair to those of us who have kids when you come into the movie, they may cut onions in the theater. I don't know. But a lot of tears were shed in the screening that I was at and quite frankly, I think there's two types of people that are gonna sit down with someone who has. Has a strong belief in God is probably going to be much more reinforced impacted sure than someone who doesn't and in for me. I found myself enjoying this quite a bit. I didn't enjoy what it did to me. But I enjoyed the film quite a bit about that. If you're if you're a non believer. You know, years years a character in this movie in he's an actor that is African American Mike Colter, the real person that this is based on the firemen who rescue John Smith was white, but devan Franklin and his team wanted to be inclusive, which is fine. I like this this character in their Michael through because he does say, I don't know if this really happened. I should've asked if she weeks ago, the real farm and did not have faith in God. But he does not. But he struggles with an explanation. I have to be honest. You though, I did not think it was a very polished movie of let down because I think the story is so great it deserved a better treatment. I think the cast is good, and I would still recommend it because the story is so powerful. But. This is a movie that could have been a little better in my opinion. I can only really kinda give it a c Paul. And I think I think from the standpoint of comparing it with a lot of other faith based titles. I think this is on the better side of what's been out there quickly mentioned penguins from Disney nature, which is out this week. They've done a bunch of these films. It's time for Earth Day. We've had March of the penguins, we've had you know, different penguin movies. What am I missing happy feet? Right. That's what my dad was called us. It's a seventy six minute documentary about these penguins on search for mayton creating a nest and trying to keep their young ones alive in these amazing harsh Antarctic conditions. I thought it was okay. I think NAT think GO on PBS does better with the nature documentaries. But if you have a child in particular and you look in seventy six minutes cloudy. Good friday. You could probably do worse. You also saw one other film this weekend. I know you noticed you didn't try to pronounce that. That will be the only time you'll hear me pronounce it. You know, as it got to have a faith based movie over this kind of weekend. You got to have a horror movie too because we catered in Hollywood we cater to everyone Linda Cartolini here in a film that does have enough thrills at enough scares in it to make it if you're horror fan. Yeah. It's worth checking out in the theaters is a great is it top notch. No. But it's definitely a thing. Mayors on the arm Paul tell folks where they can find your reviews Mark little independent artsy. Fartsy film opened next week is adventures endgame if you don't have tickets for opening weekend. Good luck with that. We'll talk on Friday, South good, Mark four twenty eight at camel X flow, and you never understood top hat aren't all hats on top. The toughest part of every outfit unless.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Which is what the hero of the movie intracellular continually refers to him as Dr. Walder the same name as the protagonists of the new muppet. Now that what if it was Walter the Muffin, I knew you were a bad guy. Walter, you your your blank affects. Disguise your evil down. Okay. I hate I hate that so much he came in. He took what rightfully was permits. And now everyone's pretending any Jason Segel's, brother. I know. I'm sorry. All right. I'm sorry. I think the freeze frame at the end of the Muppets when they throw Walter up in the unit freeze frames. I was like he gets the freeze. Nobody likes him. And it was like that moment in crystal skull. When Shiloh both puts on India's hat, and I wanted to walk into the screen and slap it off his head. You don't get to do that. Anyway, also in this dream, he sees interest Elba who's playing the character of Roland. The gunslinger interesting that either there's some kind of wild animal in the audience or someone was just thinking about yourselves. Now, Idris Elba. Socking to Dennis verd-. They're both gunslingers. I guess he's like, oh, no we've lost. This is the end. No. And then they say this oath about like, I don't shoot with my gun shoot with my heart or some garbage and asthma. He kills Dennis Hayes burden and he's like Roland do you remove to my magic? And then and then and then it cuts to a shot of an old house and Jake is like he wakes up and goes kind of find that old house. And of course, the post on the message board. Where's that house dot com? Where this house is. There's a moment around here where it or Selbe shoots. Matthew mcconaughey in the back of the head? And he Madonna just pulls the bullet out of the air. And it is so uninteresting. We watched a movie a little bit ago that was filmed in nineteen Ninety-three with shoestring budget with Andrew dice clay in it and that had bullet grabs that were way. More exciting. There's a scene in the later on Monty how to hate catches a bullet. Then hurls it back really fast and the same exact thing happens in this introduce claim movie from twenty five years ago in that movie. I was like that was pretty cool. And this is what I'm like. It looks really goofy..

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"But majority of these billionaires come from stock of people that concrete and cute the natives here, which are black people because we're not we're been miss called and terms and agreements have been made by other nations as far as how to a lot of land is this to begin with that confusion up. America days spoken. On your schools. Came to the drawing board at taught history as it is for each people were has separate schools respect gangs in this nation as nations of people small nations things we're actually reform because we won't understand who we are. And rice, we have here, which is only over everything. So I can understand why they'd be a compromising position. No. But I had no hatred towards the west on on because I don't feel that people should pay for the actions of up is even if it's family because everybody has their own mind, but today's times so that that's not in the heart of today's United States to change anything of what they've done to America and to America's which are copper colored people. James? Thank you for the well educated phone call. I appreciate the insight from Illinois. Mike in Atlanta, Georgia here on the Saturday night healed show. I do a Michael I'm doing good one video is actually on YouTube. But what he said real quick take your into the Myers of all black people. Once did you hear that your ancestors were slaves? It kinda messes up your view of America. You kinda feel like it hurts you any obsession that you know. And that's probably what LeBron James is thinking. Oh, I have to kind of disagree with him. Because some of those billion all members black people, you know, I don't know some of them may think like a flavor, but a lot of them help out. Those basketball players and change their lives. Those guys can never be compared to slave a slave. Didn't have a choice. These players have a choice now, sir. Apologize. I don't think. So because the be honest with you, we never got an apology for four hundred years of slavery. So why should he knows the politics? I agree. Mike. Thank you so much for the call in Atlanta. Matt in Cleveland, Ohio listening on ninety two point three FM here on CBS sports radio. Matt. Go to your or Yoshie in Illinois. You're on the Saturday night healed show. Are you doing bud? First time caller, this topic is very interesting first things first, I wanna say I applaud LeBron James. I only the way I agree with him. I applaud with him reason being is most people most coach, let's talk about cabernet, most coaches are scared to even talk to him, hence, white grooten even lie and say that they ought about it because of the repercussions if they can get fired. Thank god. Brian James is in a position. He only player he's the greatest player others there. So he has no repercussions. Nobody can touch him right now. Right. So I applaud him for speaking out because. We we had we cannot forget guys. We cannot forget white is hosting started capper Nick there was officers killing on armed teenagers that happen to be black. And we're getting away with it so much that in Chicago, Illinois officer just got convicted of murder, so guys I do understand you keep saying it's two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen what our president at just got elected. His slogan was make America great again. Now as minority as a Mexican American. What am I supposed to think of that? Where a president is literally shutting down the government. So he can build a wall. So big keep people that look like me outta here. Even though he's an evergreen spike is an immigrant. So I kinda I we had we have to be understanding because my question does not have two comments the previous corners. They happen to be African American. They say that doesn't compare well guys they have a job. Yes. But if they were to speak up, and they did, and they didn't even speak that he just sat down they'll get fired, and they wouldn't have a job. Yes. They're making millions. But the owners are making billions it's only fair to get paid millions. Right. And Secondly chief I have to ask you, you said that you'll be the modern day ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Slavery was going on right now with slavery is not going onto white privilege is ever so prevalent right now. Ever so prevalent. So what would you do what are you gonna do against white privilege? I don't wanna put you on the spot. But what if anyone, hey, I'll comment on that? And Yoshi, thanks for the call familiar. No. I appreciate everybody's opinions tonight. We did the show when Gregg Popovich brought up white privilege, and I said, okay. The privilege. I give because of my skin color. Is that I grew up in a very racially diverse inner city neighborhood. Morning into a family that divorced early. My father went back to Minnesota. My mom, my brother and me at three in one single, mother, welfare food stamps blocked cheese. Moved. Seven times and ten years, whatever the rent would get past two months do and I'm trying to figure out the privilege. Then on my elementary school. I think whites were close to a minority. I know the high school I went to was closed junior. High was closed. I didn't move to a suburb school, and I will say that the privilege is having the ability to live in a place where you can see light at the end of the tunnel. Well, that's not white privilege. That's any preference. Spanich black white Asian anybody in America. An antibody who comes into this country legally and wants to chase the American dream. It's there it's not an easy process and always doesn't work for all. But the white privilege thing that. What I? Man. I I don't get it. I work my rear off. I went through a tough time. Twelve thirteen fourteen especially thirteen fourteen when I realized that was poor mom had a Chevy station wagon that a screwdriver started it, and we go down to the K mart not hide lay down in the back seat. Because I didn't realize I was poor. I didn't see color on my little league team had. Lot of Hispanic kids black kids white kids. When I moved to a suburb school as a sophomore in high school. Sparta michigan. There was one black guy. He was Dennis Hayes. Running back on the track team. The only guy could really listen to my Rick, James and parliament. And. Goethe's house and. Again, he was the only black guy in the school. So is that a product of society or just where you live and where you grew up is a socio economic. I really think poor has no color there is no privilege when you're poor because all you're white, and we're gonna take care of you because you're white and poor. You're going to have a better chance than the black or Hispanic or Asian kid who's poor no way. No way there is there is no fast pass. At the poor amusement park. There's not. And I've lived it, man. I had to go to a body shop, and it was in my old neighborhood. And I just drove around after stop by the body shop where I grew up in looked at the homes, and I looked at where I lived, and I looked at where I'm at. Forty years later, forty one years later and I worked hard. And I made mistakes, and I had good people around me. And I don't think I was ever rewarded based on the color of my skin in my life. No. I've done a talk show. Into my twenty-seven will be twenty seven years started in April of nineteen Ninety-two April. Fifteen nineteen Ninety-two KT, okay? In Oklahoma City. With the Tulsa went to Austin went to Chicago. ESPN game night on radio filled in for the sports, babe. Like, I've mentioned. He'll be twenty seven years coming up here in April. And when I look back at growing up in Burton heights. And I look I went and took my mother out to breakfast earlier this week. And we're sitting there, and I'm just thinking about my journey. And I I don't think she ever made more than seven thousand a year, and she's happy. And I think about how hard work and chasing a dream. Where the keys to success not white privilege that I had the fast pass over anybody else who was poor in that same neighborhood or any other poor person listening anywhere right now in the US and Canada. Four has no color child born into a poor family. There's not white privilege. No way unless you live. So again, same thing. Like, I it's. Have I been discriminated against? Yeah. Was I called a honky when I was in junior high. Was I made fun of at times by black white Hispanic people at school, right? And then you throw it back the other way. The man white privilege bothers me it really does. If you've ever had the us food stamps or your he got turned off or you had to boil water to take a bath or wash your hair for school. Now, ma'am. No, no fast passerby in poor in America. This show never ceases to amaze me when we take a topic in sports and turn it in to a great broadcast with opinions from all across North America. Thank you yourself. Oh, thank you McCain. Thank you. John fast, j t the brick is coming up twenty four seven you can drop your huge opinions at Saturday huge on Twitter. My number two does not look like a number two. I don't know what to call it. Is there? A.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

12:12 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"James. I wanted to make a comment tours will know the conversation going on and. The United States. I wanted. I wanted to I say dais affected the United States and America are two separate entities. So the same that slavery happened within the people involved with the forming of the United States now in today's time to get paid for the people who originally to get paid any pets of phones without being compensated for what has taken place in most likely this money paper trip. Most billionaires today's time all white people full Pammy bloodlines that you All Saints. And that's the reason why the band is in many Europeans that came over after the conquest of the French the British and the other nations that come along with me. Those hardworking people wish you might be from that stuff. Those people can speak up was, but majority of these come from stock up people that conquered and Cuba natives here, which are black people because we're not been miss called terms and agreements have been made by other nations as far as how to allow this to begin with. That goes up America days spoken on these schools. It'd be came to the drawing board and taught history as it is for each people has separate schools. I respect games in this nation as nations of people small nations things actually reform because we understand who we are and rice we have here, which is only ship over everything. So I can understand why they'd be compromising position. No. But I have no hatred towards with on on because I don't feel that people should hey for their actions of wealth is even if it's family because everybody has their own mind today's times, so that's not in the heart of today's United States did change what they've done to America and to America's which are copper colored people. James? Thank you for the well educated phone call. I appreciate the insight from Illinois. Mike in Atlanta, Georgia here on the Saturday night healed show. Doing Michael I'm good one video actually on YouTube. But what he said. Real quick, take your in her mind of all black people. Once did you hear that your ancestors were slaves? It kinda messes up your view of America. You kind of feel like it hurts you any it up session. That you know. And that's probably what LeBron James is thinking, oh, I have to kind of disagree with him because some of those billionaire owners role black people, you know, I don't know some of them may think like a flavor, but a lot of them help out. Those basketball players and change their lives and those guys. It can never be compared to a flavor. Flav didn't have a choice. These players have a choice now, sir. Apologize. I don't think. So because the be honest with you, we never got an apology for four hundred years of slavery. So why should he have the politics? I agree. Mike. Thank you so much for the call in Atlanta. Matt in Cleveland, Ohio listening on ninety two point three FM here on CBS sports radio. Matt. Go-to Yoshito or Yoshi in Illinois. You're on the Saturday night healed show. How are you doing bud? First time caller, this topic is very interesting first things first I wanna say I applaud LeBron James not only do I agree with him. I applaud with him. Reason being is most people most coach, let's talk about capping most coaches are scared to even talk to him, hence, white grooten even lie and say that they thought about it because of the repercussions if they can get fired. Thank god. Brian James is in a position. I don't think he's not only player he's the greatest player others there. So he has no repercussions. Nobody can such right now. Right. So I applaud him for speaking out because. We we had we cannot forget guys. We cannot forget why this hosting started cabernet. There was officers killing on armed teenagers that happen to be black. And we're getting away with it so much that in Chicago, Illinois officer just got convicted of murder, so guys I do understand you keep saying it's two thousand and eighteen thousand in nineteen what our president at just got elected. It's slogan was make America great again now as a minority as a Mexican American. What am I supposed to think of that? Where a president is literally shutting down the government. So he can build the wall. So big keep people that look like out of here. Even though he's an evergreen and his wife is an immigrant. So I kinda I we had we had to be understanding because my question does not have to comments the previous callers that happened to be African American. They say that doesn't compare. We'll guys they have a job. Yes. But if they were to speak up, and they kept Nick did. And they didn't even speak up. He just sat down don't get fired. And they wouldn't have a job. Yes. They're making millions. But these owners are making billions it's only fair to get paid millions. Right. And Secondly chief I had to ask you, you say that you'll be the modern day ABRAHAM LINCOLN. Slavery was going on right now with labor he's not going on. But white privilege is ever so prevalent right now. Ever so prevalent. So what would you do what are you going to do against white privilege? I don't wanna put you on the spot. But what if any? Hey, I I'll comment on that. And Yoshi thanks for the call familiar predate. Everybody's opinions tonight. We did the show when Gregg Popovich brought up way privilege, and I said, okay. The privilege. I give because of my skin color. Is that I grew up in a very racially diverse inner city neighborhood. Morning into a family that divorced early. Father went back to Minnesota, my mom. My brother me at three in one single, mother, welfare food stamps block cheese. Moved. Seven times and ten years. The rent would get past two months do and I'm trying to figure out the privilege. Then on my o'memory school. I think whites were close to minority I know the high school I went to his closed junior. High was closed. I didn't move to a suburb school, and I will say that the privilege is having the ability to live in a place where you can see light at the end of the tunnel. That's not white privilege. That's any preference. Spanich black white Asian anybody in America. Anybody who comes into this country weekly and wants to chase the American dream. It's there it's not an easy process and always doesn't work for all. But I the white privilege thing that. What I? I don't get it. I worked my rear off. I went through a tough time, you know, twelve thirteen fourteen especially thirteen fourteen when I realized that was poor mom had a Chevy station wagon that a screwdriver started it and we go down to the K mart nod hide lay down in the back seat. Because I didn't realize I was poor. I didn't see color on my little league team had bought Hispanic kids. Black kids white kids. When I moved to a suburb school as a sophomore in high school. Sparta michigan. There was one black guy. He was Dennis Hayes. Running back on the track team. The only guy could really listen to my Rick James and parliament, and I'll go over to his house and. That I again, he's only black guy in the school. So is that a product of society or just where you live and where you grew up is a socio economic. I I really think poor has no color there is no privilege when you're poor because all you're white, and we're going to take care of you because you're white and poor. You're going to have a better chance than the black or Hispanic or Asian kid who's poor no way. No way there is there is no fast pass. At the poor amusement park. There's not. And I lived at man I had to go to a body shop, and it was in my old neighborhood. And I just drove around after stop by the body shop where I grew up in looked at the homes, and I looked at where I lived, and I looked at where I'm at forty years later forty-one years later, and I worked hard. And I made mistakes, and I had good people around me. And I don't think I was ever rewarded based on the color of my skin in my life. No. I've done a talk show. Into my twenty seven will be twenty seven years started in April of nineteen Ninety-two April fifteen nineteen Ninety-two KT, okay? In Oklahoma City. With the Tulsa went to Austin went to Chicago. ESPN game night on radio filled in for the sports, babe. Like, I've mentioned. He'll be twenty seven years coming up here in April. And when I look back at growing up in Burton heights. And I look I went and took my mother out to breakfast earlier this week. And we're sitting there, and I'm just thinking about my journey. And I I don't think she ever made more than seven thousand a year, and she's happy. And I think about how hard work and chasing a dream. Where the keys to success not white privilege that I had the fast pass over anybody else who was poor in that same neighborhood or any other poor person listening anywhere right now in the US and Canada. Four has no color child born into a poor family. There's not white privilege. No way unless you lived. So again, same thing. Like, I it's. Have I been discriminated against was I called a honky when I was. Junior high. What was I made fun of at times by black white Hispanic people at school, right? And then you draw back the other way. The man white privilege bothers me it really does. If you've ever had the us food stamps, or your he got turned off you.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

09:56 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"James? I wanted to make a comment tours will know the conversation going on in the United States. I'm wondering I wanted to. I say they suspect that the United States and America two separate entities. So saying that slavery happened within the people involved with the forming of the United States. No. In today's time to get paid is for the people who were here originally to get paid any types of flows without being compensated for what has taken place in most likely this money paper trip. Most of today's time all white people. They're comfortable Pammy. Is that All Saints? And that's the reason why the bin is in many Europeans that came over after the conquest of the French the British and the other nations that come along Witten, those hardworking people, which you might be from best up those people can was but majority of these come from stock of people that concrete and cube the natives here, which are black people because we're not black. We're been miss called terms and agreements have been made by other nations as far as how to La Land is this with fusion up America days spoken on new schools came to the drawing board at taught history as it is for people has separate schools. I respect games in this nation as nations of people small nations things we're actually before because we understand who you are and rice we have here, which is only ship over everything. So I can understand why they'd be a compromising position. No. But I have no hatred towards the west on on because I don't feel that people should pay for the actions of others. Even if it's family because everybody has their own mind, but today's times so that's not in the heart of today's United States to change anything what they've done to America and to America's which are copper colored people. James? Thank you for the well educated phone call. I appreciate the insight from Illinois. Mike in Atlanta, Georgia here on the Saturday night healed show. I do a Michael I'm doing good one video is actually on YouTube. But what he said. Real quick, take your in her mind of all black people. Did you hear that your ancestors were slave it kinda messes up your view of America? You kinda feel like it hurts you any obsession that you know. And that's probably what James is thinking of bread. I have to kind of disagree with him because some of those billionaire owners black people, you know, I don't know. Some of them may think like a flavor, but. Them help out those basketball players and changed their lives, and those guys it can never be compared to flavor flav didn't have a choice. These players have a choice now. Apologize. I don't think. So because the be honest with you, we never got an apology for four hundred years of slavery. So why should he now for politics? I agree. My thank you so much for the call in Atlanta. Matt in Cleveland, Ohio was sitting on ninety two point three FM here on CBS sports radio. Matt. Go to the Lloc or Yoshi in Illinois. You're on the Saturday night. He'll show how you doing bud. First time caller, this topic is very interesting. First things first I wanna say, I applaud LeBron James not only the way I agree with him. I applaud with him reason being is most people most coach, let's talk about cabernet most coaches are scared to even talk to him hence white group. And even lions they thought about it because of the repercussions if they can get fired. Thank God James is in a position. He's not only player. He's greatest player of his era. So he has no repercussions. Nobody can such right now. Right. So I applaud him for speaking out because. We we had we cannot forget guys. We cannot forget why this hosting started capper Nick there was officers killing on armed teenagers that happen to be black. And we're getting away with it so much that in Chicago, Illinois officer just got convicted of murder, so guys I do understand you keep saying it's two thousand and eighteen thousand in nineteen what our president it just got elected. It's slogan was make America great again now as a minority as a Mexican American. What am I supposed to think of that? Where a president is literally shutting down the government. So he can build a wall. So big keep people that look like me out of here. Even though he's an immigrant and his wife is an immigrant. So I kinda I we had we have to be understanding because my question not have two comments the previous callers that happen to be African American. They say that doesn't compare. We'll guys they have a job. Yes. But if they were to speak up they capture Nick did. And they didn't even speak up. He just sat down don't get fired. And they wouldn't have a job. Yes. They're making millions. But the owners are making billions it's only fair to get paid millions. Right. And Secondly chief I have to ask you you say that you'll be the modern day. Abraham LINCOLN of slavery was going on right now with slavery is not going on the white privilege is ever so prevalent right now. Ever so prevalent. So what would you do what are you going to do against white privilege? I don't wanna put you on the spot. But what if anyone, hey, I'll I'll comment on that and Yoshi thanks for the call familiar. I appreciate everybody's opinions tonight. We did the show when Gregg Popovich brought up white privilege, and I said, okay. The privilege. I give because of my skin color. Is that I grew up in a very racially diverse inner city neighborhood. Morning into a family that divorced early. My father went back to Minnesota. My mom, my brother and me at three in one single, mother, welfare food stamps blocked cheese. Moved. Seven times and ten years, whatever the rent would get past two months do and I'm trying to figure out the privilege. On. My elementary school. I think whites were close to minority I know the high school I went to his closed junior. High was closed. I didn't move to a suburb school, and I will say that the privilege is having the ability to live in a place where you can see light at the end of the tunnel. Well, that's not white privilege. That's any preference. Spanich black white Asian anybody in America. An antibody who comes into this country legally and wants to chase the American dream. It's there it's not an easy process and always doesn't work for all. But I the white privilege thing that. What I? Man. I I don't get it. I worked my rear off. I went through a tough time, you know, twelve thirteen fourteen especially thirteen fourteen when I realized that was poor mom had a Chevy station wagon that a screwdriver started it and we'd go down to the K mart. Not hide play down in the back seat. Because I didn't realize I was poor. I didn't see color on my little league team had. Lot of Hispanic kids black kids white kids. When I moved to a suburb school as a sophomore in high school, Sparta Michigan. There was one black guy. It was Dennis Hayes. Running back on the track team. The only guy could really listen to my Rick, James and parliament. And. Gordo's house and again only black guy in the school. So is that a product of society or just where you live and where you grew up is a socio economic. I I really think poor has no color there is no privilege when you're poor because all your white, and we're going to take care of you because you're white and poor. You're going to have a better chance than the black or Hispanic or Asian kid who's poor no way. No way there is there is no fast pass. At the poor amusement park. There's not. And I've lived it, man. I had to go to a body shop, and it was in my old neighborhood. And I just drove around after stop by the body shop where I grew up in. I looked at the homes, and I looked at where I lived, and I looked at where I'm at forty.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:55 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Live at our show with this to God's only SPN. Radio was Steve. Hold on a second. I'm gonna tell you what just happened. I was about to say, was Stephen as. Number seven. Listen to me, I was about to say that was Stephen as top five list of rookies in the NFL really just the order. They were drafted it. I was about to ask that because when people are writing that in and I don't know whether that's true or not, but I want it to be true. But as I was beginning that thought Mike Ryan, for some reason decided to not only deliver this in my ear, but to whisper it, which made it all the funnier, which is, yes. Well, you go ahead Mike, do it again as I just experienced it to start this segment. So people can hear what it's like sometimes to live inside my head. This is what was actually happening inside my headphones. As I began the thought Stephen as top five list and Tom ventures, we may have to find a substitute. A substitute. And then he was so amused with himself. He was so pleased with himself that he just ran away from the microphone, a substitute. It's worthy of the came Knicks laugh. So's this person's written in what I believe to be the hardest question. The history of our polling. What is more likely to God's talking himself out of a hostage situation or stugatz talking himself into one. Tom Barringer with us new film, American dresser, Josh Allen number seven is in theaters and on demand. Temer twenty I, this is the height of entertainment for this Hollywood star. Here he's getting AM radio and and that sound effects here. He is without further ado, Tom Barringer, ladies and gentlemen. Morning. Good morning. We're very excited to have you on, and we want to just ask you questions about major league, but I'm curious, Tom, what is the thing that your most asked about? Like when people are peppering you and bothering you? What is it major league, the substitute? Is that something else. Usually it's either major league or sniper, maybe put you in that one. History case on necessarily in that order. But those three, I know our audience. I mean, did you guys know when you were making major league that you making a what was going to be a cult classic and just something that was icon it? Well, I thought it would be I can't speak for everybody else, but I thought because I thought the writing was so praying David worth just to the hell the job and first of all, he really knew baseball new in English guy said, I didn't know anything about the game course go up with cricket. I go. Yeah. And he said, I actually learned about baseball. I go. Yeah, probably not easy for four hundred to learn the rules, but it was obvious though at the end of the movie when you bunted there and scored the running from second, it was obvious that he didn't know anything about baseball. Yeah, that, yeah, that's the fortunate, the only unfortunate part, but you looked so good running down that baseline that was your knees were in so much pain. You were sore for weeks rages, and it was a brilliant, brilliant. It was. It was tied Cobb kinda tactic. Like to play and manage baseball's? Well, it was such a great movie. It's not about home, runs home, run home runs this. It's not about that. Right. So you're not really can't hit on you go. Yeah. And he went up three in a row, three times a bad hit. Three home runs. Donnas just looked at him like. Thought it was such a great movie. I'm wondering what is and so many great actors in that movie. Wondering what's the best story from the Senate major league. Wow, the best one. That's a question and. Oh story. I don't know. That was the time some drunk girl and her boyfriend at the bar in the hotel Milwaukee. Just started some shit with Charlie Sheen. Early say, we just got a work and and we all start closing in on them. You know, Dennis Hayes bird gets up. Wesley gets I get all just kind of all had the same thought. We'd just start creeping in to intervene in on..

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"You tell us about this, this teen in how you crafted this character of president Payton. How I crafted her. Well, I have been started knocking on doors. We call it walking precinct back in the day. With my parents when I was ten years old. So I've I've, I've been active in every presidential municipal state campaign. That's just what I do so. And I've been around protesting helping make the signs being body on the line eventually by Ron Dellums, who was congressman from Berkeley who eventually was mayor Oakland for awhile. Said, you gotta come into the building, meaning the capital get a come in if you want to to affect policy instead of just storming the ramparts. And so I started to come in with other people to lobby for things that we thought were important for. Women's issues, civil rights, equal rights, all of that thing. But I started to understand what it took to to make things happen. Like I said, I was just tired of being over in that corner. So with Constance Peyton, I, I would've worked for her when she ran for she came out of the military and she'd win for her law degree. I would have been volunteering for her. I had a great idea of who she was, but my work was to understand to ticky late and act out of a military militaristic point of view out of a conservative point of view. So because my impulse would be the other direction, but it was more of finding the human being a human being. That would have made choices that I didn't make, but not just find her find her reality because I mean, that's, that's our job always is an actor. We all have. Individuals, fingerprints out of the billions of people that have ever been born. None are like, so what makes constant Peyton different from another ten thousand black women that look like? Talk like our has has had those same experience. That's what's so wonderful about it. Constantly practising reaching for refining being able to speak out of that person's reality rather than your reality as as an actor. One thing that is so striking is that we've had a lot of female and minority presidents in fiction. Going back to Morgan Freeman and deep impact. Gena Davis and commander in chief Dennis Hayes Hayes, bird entry Jones on twenty four. But this was really groundbreaking in that it was the first popular culture representation that I can think of a black minutes president. What did that mean to you? I don't think it meant to me what it probably meant two little girls watching it a little boys because we have to, we owe our boys, truthful representation. We all we all are boys possibility as much as we are girls. We have to remember that they're watching too, and we're training their expectations the way that we train our girls expectation. So to me, I had a job to do. Not conscious ever when I'm playing a character. I'm not conscious of how that character's perceived. I can't because I've stepped out of that person. That was l. free wooded, Tony, Goldwyn and Bill Pullman, talking with Michael Schulman.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Film Vault

"Oh gosh, you know, I'm not much on speeches, but it's so gratifying to leave you wallowing in the Mets. You've made your screwed. Thank you. Bye. H, right? He ain't my John speeches. Best what he's ever all right for those of you who are angry. Actually, you know, was the listener because I've had a couple of the ones that we left off are going to be on their list. Explain why I never five that thing you do. That's good. Good on. I couldn't find a clip long enough to actually get back. And I remember the the singing all this in part, but I couldn't remember what lent up to it. Yeah, it was a long just aiding. Yeah. Could find with us on part on on you to number four, Jennifer, Aniston's character and office space. One of the most obvious ones I all I initially had on my list, but like I knew the listeners have it on there and I wanted to have we pay a lot of love that movie. It's a great scene may be one of the best acquaintance of all time. Number three, the narrator in fight club. He's getting fired. He wants. He's he's showing himself out. He's explaining how he can work from home and but yeah, it kinda goes both ways. Number two is an interesting one. James mcevoy's character in wanted. Yeah, great scene. That was a very visual too. I liked that movie. Yeah, underrated they were being very flashy edited well and I and I love his relationship with that boss and he talks about something that's quite obvious to a lot of people, but never really discussed. And that's like fuck had bosses a lotta times just because they got bullied in seventh. Eighth grade doesn't mean that gets take on everyone run hairs. And he hits young, Chris Pratt in the face with the keyboard through says, fuck you, Chris, Pratt. And then, yeah. Chris Pratt, that's right. Deli. And the number one quitting seen as voted on by our listeners sparring away is Scarface in half baked. That is great. A great. A can't believe in American Beauty is not on the list. I'm I'm a little bit upset that I didn't have on my list now. Actually, that would be number six. Great. Fucking scene. Made the argument with rationally my number one until earlier today. And I'm like, now it's going to be on the listener's list price Brian's list here it is. Great. So it opens up with his boss, actually reading the his. He was tasked with the, he had to pretty much defend his job, his job. They're looking to lay people off and he had to defend his jobs and ads sales guy. And he's essentially his boss exactly what he did, which was fuck off all off to the men's room to masturbate. Yeah, and it's great because his boss, it's just like the open while dream dreaming Dreaming of of better life. something less than hell. It was so good. This whole case, but comes basic thing with pumping the fist at the end seem weird, especially with him. Actually, it's kinda look forward to play the clip of him. You know, threatening with the blow blowjob accusation. Let you loamy such a great seem a little disappointed that didn't get its do. I guess it is right now. Won't be on that stone that which is lease into the one that I didn't find any list that I wanted to put on very visual. The scene where Dennis Hayes Berg quits in heat. Remember he's the parolee who's like doing the flipping burgers shitty boss, yes. He gives up the job to the wheel mate and dozen well for them. Wanna put that on there..

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Business ventures dwarf what he makes his basketball player correct you'd have to think that i would imagine everything else meals together right so durant chose the right spot could you imagine because i know that still even in the possibility according to town where mcgrane has no placker signpost is a spot for lebron ago did you see somebody asked dream on green about the prospect of lebron joining the warriors and he said if that happens i probably won't be here honest answer well it was so lebron's not going to golden state if he does but just just even stroll down this road even five seconds the nba should just take the year off what a disastrous decision that would be just give golden state the trophy or just have no champion that year it just we shouldn't even discuss it but maybe all these teams that are a little bit cash cap strapped where he could take what you know the small discount not small not so small what durant's been taking compared to what the big players make big money players we'll brown james salary thirty three and a half million according to forbes his endorsements fifty two million oh that's dorsements quick math that eighty five we're not even talking about is investments right eight four four two four rich number dial when we come back we've got ratings news about gained four and dwayne wade have something to say about lebron's grocery shopping oh come july that's coming up and set up the rest of the week dennis hayes burke kicking off quite a week full of celebrities here in the rich eisen show here at podcast one we love hearing from you we read every tweet and comment you send our way so don't miss your chance to take our summer listener survey just go to podcast one dot com and click on the survey banner or go to podcast one dot com slash survey it only takes a few minutes and it gives you the opportunity to make direct impacts on your favorite shows tell us how you really feel so we can get to know you better we've i'll you your thoughts and participation so check out the survey at podcast one dot com slash mice survey or click on the survey banner on podcast one dot com.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Loss wages by the denison here on the rich eisen show reverie those who have not caught it yet what do you like about it what should what should people watch reverie for on nbc sir reverie you know because we're we're going there that's that's going to be a reality very soon you know you got the hero ray got the glasses and virtual reality virtual reality glasses and the first person you know shooter things and you can get lost in that now imagine when they put you know chip in you and you can just reappear in a space like this and this is probably one of the best spaces i've ever been in thank you dennis appreciate that and the putting green gosh having your you know have to come back maybe season i mean not episode five you got guys an update just pop back in virtual reality world but the unintended consequence of getting into this virtual reality world is you're getting stuck people getting stuck because they don't wanna come out they rather be in the vr world than the real world and and i think that's going to be a problem in the future ten pm eastern every wednesday night with you in it and like i said you're welcome back anytime we want man it's always fun having you here up always fun being it seems like every time you hear the warriors win it all so i'm sure you wanna come back anytime could help good to see a dentist hey at dennis hayes bird on twitter as well we're back in sixty seconds taking your phone calls wwe network is an online video streaming service where you can stream every wwe pay per view live you can watch more than ten thousand hours of video on demand get a look behind the scenes with wwe's groundbreaking original series and documentaries and you can access this ww econtent anywhere anytime and on any device including game consoles tv's phones tablets and computers and now through june eighteenth new subscribers get a two month free trial when they sign up for wwe network at wwe network dot com slash rich and now through june eighteenth subscribers get a twomonth retrial when they sign up for wwe network.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"All right that's fine but it got me thinking because there are a lot of shows out there that just are probably cancelled and it really irritates me because there are some good shows that like now i look at a company like netflix and netflix how much they spend on original programming every year billions right they just pour money netflix is no longer a movie distributor netflix isn't original content house and they spend billions on movies and tv shows and some of them hit some of them are great some of them are awful like their marvel tv shows great some of the other ones will name the by name not so good but they waste a lot of money on shows that go nowhere here's my idea for show a twenty four episode season that is divvied up into four episode arcs and what those arcs are are four episodes of a show that needs to be concluded so how many shows have you watched out there that ended in cliffhangers i can think of one off the top of my head deb watched the unit was big fan of the unit dennis hayes burt from major league app he was good scott foley was in that movie was like a military movie i loved i watched every week it was on cbs i think for a while that ended with a big cliffhanger we didn't know what was going to happen the wife left dennis as birch wife left the thing was still going on major clipping doing google search of other shows like that go back to the nineties alf and declare cliffhanger it did or surrounded by the the alleyen unit whatever was i'd no idea that show got that heavy it.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Out in the day kate of the foreseeable future it's not even the nineteen eighties i mean don't even way out there nineteen eighties when everybody's going to starve and die in the what in the nineteen eighties oh we have your spark all right it's hard to believe the nineteen eighty s thirty years ago nineteen eighty eight was thirty years ago she's just kills me yeah that hurts almost as much as kidney stones almost number six it's already too late to avoid mass starvation so it's dennis hayes that's it yeah it's it's already too late to avoid mass starvation so so this so is added by pat gray it's already too late to avoid mass starvation so in nineteen seventy chief organizer for earth day dennis as what a brilliant man okay well why bother then why should we do anything about it if it's already too late what are you doing stupid demographers agree that almost unanimously on the following grim timetable from nineteen seventy by nineteen seventyfive widespread famines will begin in india these will spread by nineteen ninetytwo include all of india pakistan china and the near east and africa all that by the year two thousand think of this or conceivably sooner oh south and central america will exist under famine conditions by the year two thousand now thirty years from now then the entire world with the exception of western europe north america and australia will be in famine that's why everybody in those countries and those continents are now dead.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Global warming impacts and they point out but before schwarzenegger files court case against the oil companies he may have to prepare to appear as a defendant in his own case as we have said by his definition if that's murder then he's committed murder and they go through an excerpt from the the book the politically incorrect guide to climate change and talk about how the environmentalists would after arnold and said walk the walk you're claiming they're doing damage you're taking your plane daily to work his fellow environmentalists were distressed by his his policy environmental activists dennis hayes told the newspaper if you're going to be talking about an issue you better be living the reality you are trying to embrace and dodge works negra did not let this stop him from touting quote air drying your clothes end of quote to fight global warming those are the kind of things anything can do did you know that air drying your clothes for six months saved seven hundred pounds of carbon dioxide the renault reports of schwarzenegger's floating hanging in the wind at the governor's mansion in sacramento yeah i guess the question would be by his own definition by definition what a murderer is should he be at the fending against a murder charge himself my.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Global warming impacts and they point out but before schwarzenegger files his court case against the oil companies he may have to prepare to appear as a defendant in his own case as we have said by his definition if that's murder then he's committed murder and they go through an excerpt from the the book the politically incorrect guide to climate change and talk about how the environmentalists would after arnold and said walk the walk you're claiming they're doing damage you're taking your plane daily to work his fellow environmentalists were distressed by his his pocket environmental activists dennis hayes told the newspaper if you're going to be talking about an issue you better be living the reality you are trying to brace and undaunted schwarzenegger did not let this stop him from touting quote air drying your clothes end of quote to fight global warming those are the kind of things anything can do did you know that air drying your clothes for six months eight seven hundred pounds of carbon dioxide the renault reports schwarzenegger's floating hanging in the wind at the governor's mansion in sacramento yeah i guess the question be by his own definition by his own definition of what a murderer is should he be a defendant against a murder charge himself local with tom said.

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"dennis hayes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"dennis hayes" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Global warming impacts and they point out but before schwarzenegger files his court case against the oil companies he may have to prepare to appear as a defendant in his own case as we have said by his definition if that's murder than he's committed murder and they go through an excerpt from the the book the politically incorrect guide to climate change and talk about how the environmentalists would after arnold and said walk the walk you're claiming they're doing damage you're taking your plane daily to work his fellow environmentalists were distressed by his his policy environmental activists dennis hayes told the newspaper if you're going to be talking about an issue you better be living the reality you are trying to embrace and undaunted schwarzenegger did not let this stop him from touting quote air drying your clothes end of quote to fight global warming those are the kind of things anything can do did you know that air drying your clothes for six months save seven hundred pounds of carbon dioxide the renault reports schwarzenegger's floating hanging in the wind at the governor's mansion in sacramento yeah i guess the question by his own definition by definition what a murderer is should he be defendant against a murder charge himself sports central on demand don't miss another.

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