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"detroiters" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Show in each one of these things i think can be for a different audience. Of course we wanted to be rabin for audiences. But you know. I think many people can get different things out of it by filled because of the detroit references and people ignored the fact that there's a whole bunch of jokes underneath that and they like laughing. Oh i know what former jackets they just say farmer jack we ended up entire storyline. A universal thing is about so much more than that so i think what it goes back to is is we were saying like i said at the very beginning. It's like the show like view. It has the sort of like childlike view of detroit. That you have just like this is an amazing yes. True true exactly rose colored glasses but also but also not as dark shaded glasses usually see people to on it. Yeah i. I have suspicions. But i should add. Is there any possibility of doing more another season on the shelf. Specifically there's no real sort of conversation happening vicious just the hope that somewhere down the line it could happen you know. We'd i'd love to timber to. Where does it. Where does as you've done so many other things. Here's your looking to do more things. Where does it live with you like. Where does it live in your heart when you look at the career that you've done like what is what is detroit represent what detroiters represents for me. It's like somebody proudest work. Because it says show. I created that. I started with. I had up to my best friends. is.
"detroiters" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"To a war and then sort of like a war against something. That's not human and an automatically lost war. That person's changed. You know people go to war and they change and so like the kind of bring that sort of thing to this character and have him survive by a means or whatever may or maybe not survive. No spoilers but i thought that was like a great little moment opportunity to kind of play and humbleness. That makes sense. Yeah they sort of you can just imagine that they it makes him real more so than you would see or then you then you would assume from just some scenes. Yeah yeah that makes sense. So the other part of as you mentioned the young went When detroiters was on the air. I wrote a piece about detroiters and this other comedy central show corporate and described it as sort of like a battle between comedies. Lights are dark side and not like you guys were pitted against each other just sort of defining certain sort of comedic. Yeah i did assume. But i didn't want to project and i feel like the dark side is defined by cynicism and the light side which you guys truly present is like silliness that i feel like it's so deep in your comedy bones. I i don't deeded necessarily to defend it. But i do think like people are prone to take dark comedy more seriously. For a lot of the reasons we describe what is it about. You know doing a lot less more silly more joyful comedy that speaks true to you and you feel is worthy. Well i think that is what happens when you could become a youth adolescence. We think that cynicism is being adult in like every phase. We're like oh. I only listen to sad music and we're all black. That's actually. I'm an adult because there's sadness in the world and because i'm discovered sadness i'm now more aware of the world than you are who you've stupid child who only likes you know the color turquoise or whatever but i think there is an important even i sh- i fear using the word important when talking about comedy and stuff like that but i feel that like for lack of a better word. There is an important. To kind of positivity and sort of niceness like buoyancy and sort of positive energy. That it is it's healing. You know what i mean like we. The people need to see that people. There's nobody has the capacity to only absorb nothing but negative. It affects us. We we are what we take in. And so if all we take in is just as bleak negative like thing than we will then put that out in the world as well. Yeah it was. There was Oddly enough right before we started. I was looking on instagram. And there's a exhibition in new york. This french sculptor named nicky descent. Fellay i don't know who she wasn't until reading instagram quote and the timing was amazing which is her quote was. I used to think there were. There was a need to provoke to attack religion and the generals. And then i understood that. There's nothing more shocking than joy and i was like. That's that's that's i mean. I love this quote. I love this quote very much. That i agree with that wholeheartedly. Especially during like you guys air during trump and then like everyone's a comedy has to be serious. It's not like i think too. I think what it ruined the peace. It's like it's not in denial. But to defy what is happening and still be joyce is powerful progressive important. But it's a powerful thing to be able to take it. Yes absolutely that. How did detroit respond to being betrayed in this tone. You know like you talked about how you had his ire to show a differently than how it been portrayed but also like you're making a comedy show in a common show of your specific sensibility had had detroit respond and then regardless what did you like about portraying detroit through this perspective. Well i wouldn't a show. I came on well. I was crazy like the show premiered. And then we flew into detroit to do a a screening in detroit and literally getting off the plane. You know how. There's the guys on the tarmac. Who have like the wheelchairs and stuff bad guys like hey detroiters and i was like wow the very first step it. It was like out of a moving really. The very first person detroit saw me through detroiters came out was excited to see me about detroiters. You know and And then the online response was a little mixed from detroit because they only knew that we were from detroit. So they were like. Oh well what is this. You trying to treat silly. And i didn't realize but then like the more people washington more like. Oh this is just heart yet used a depiction of detroit being tough guy city and it is fascinating but we've seen that know it seemed detroit one eight seven. We've seen every other interpretation betray being that we are point was to to show another facet of it. Detroit because like the detroit also. It has drug dealers. Has you know all this stuff but also has my mom and my dad. Grandma like so like obvious. Things is important for us again. Like have that energy tool and even to this day like people from detroit are fans of it. Because it's like we we're all about representative and we've always been about representing trait in in conversation in lie in on television on all these things so i was very happy for the positive response in fact to the point where i was a little boy. 'cause sometimes people's reviews would be like if you're not from troy. You won't get it so don't watch it. I'm no don't do that. Tell everybody to watch your show where everybody has watched show. It's just for us. No one else nashville exactly. It's i think it's like detroit. It's like the same thing as before it there too certain grounding right like this is legitimate but like that allows you guys play but it is very much rooted and troy but but as a person who's never been there is like i think i understand that this ginger ale is the ginger ale that they drink in detroit like there. We did layers of these things. There's there's a layer of just straight up a tv show and there's a layer of it being a Comedy nerds show middle layer but being a detroit..
"detroiters" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"A not very delicate moment join sheffield. It's easier to do a sex worker jokes if it's guy because there's no danger there but they're For for for sure. But like if there's an innocence to sam in the in the in the world and his and sam is a he he's a bachelor in the show you know. So he's he's. He's got a lot of relationships over the course of whatever but it's never out of a sort of it's all it's always innocent. It's always a place of being excited about the idea of love. You know what i mean so we wanted to like heighten that with the idea. Tim is terrible wing man. And so what is the trouble that sam can get into in that as as in so he finds this person Who he's into but it's the scenario is that like now he's He's in a world. He trips himself into a world that is not at all what he thought he would be. Involved in and the second act him denying that he's in that world even though the evidence is very clear and he's even behaving as if he's in that world but selling himself he's not so i kind of we want to find sort of ways to have me or have sam kind of really play because the the the constant catchphrase is like. I'm not cute. I'm sexy so you get to see sam. Having excuse to make himself sexy you know. Why is that. Why the epitome of sexy in the show monochrome suits macro detroit thing in detroit. We love monochrome monochrome sue. Same color shoes. Same color hat. Same color suit. So i like a very detroit thing. Yeah like the old heads have the alligator shoes and green shoes dreams. Yeah and that's for church. That's whatever as for sunday. So that's sam one step below wearing that hat so that is a detroit. Nap got it. That makes sense. Because yeah because when tim and christie discuss it he's just we'll be right back with more. Richardson support for this episode. Comes.
"detroiters" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"The there's a quote in the book denial of death where the author says we are. God's with amos's like we live live at we're kings and then we have a little room at our house where we like cattle. Yes and then we kind of push a button and it leaves our house you know by this integrated network of water tubes and you know but like nothing. There's nothing funnier to me. Then like a cat who was like snooty and they turn your butthole. You know what i mean and like ha there you go rug pulled out from under you can see your entire amos i can see your but as highfalutin as much of a majestic creatures you are. There is your asshole you know yes. There's like low brow poop humor that's like associated with like Like let's say adam sandler. Even though i love 'em sandler movies. But just like he's like when critics criticized these type of things they a adam sandler epitomizes that part because the most accessible version of it. And even there's like comedy snobs or like that but then there's like the sophisticated version of like poop. Jokes which is like what you guys are doing or like the lonely island and to you. Is there difference like do you feel like there's a distinction what is it. How do you define it. If anything or maybe. There's no distinction i mean. I think there is a distinction. 'cause there but i don't. I don't think it's clear as like. I think it's a scale right. Yeah can i. I do consider it to be like a great equaliser piano. I gets because everybody does it. And like you can. You can can focus on your focus on it. I think when it had even when it happens in alabama thing happens to somebody who's trying to act like it doesn't exist. Yeah you know what i mean. That's always what's funny about. It is a is a highfalutin society man with a monocle in his i who farts in his tail swept up and try to act like he didn't do it and he was angry about it. You know so on whatever scale even in its frazier and free sits down in his chair for. Its you know but then like i'm writing this right. Now yes any farts and then he acts like chair or for the whole episode to convince people that the chair farts but that comedy is elevated. Because it's fraser's accent. He's using so we so we saying thoughts instead of fart. So that works. Maybe it's possible. There's not like. I'll say the i've asked this question to a variety of people. Who do this type of do this type of thing people. And the closest i've got was scott aquaman when i asked him he you know everyone i asked. That's like like i like these movies right. It's like i you know. S any sandberg. He's like i like adam sandler a lot. He's the reason. I'm doing a comedy. Yeah but i think to scott. He noticed that it is a little bit more of a twist on the traditional way. You're getting that type of job. Maybe yes and. I think i think how about this. I think it's all the same joke but it's how you get there. You're not expecting to get to a fart joke in something else. You know what i mean Whereas like sort of part of the And i i love adam semi like grew up like everybody like if you feel like condition to be like oh a scandal Joke is low brow and like what has lowbrow and in even like all the every brow right hello to mid to high but you you kind of come to expect it in those moments you can see where those moments are coming and it's delivered where it should be delivered and the joke isn't surprise of it. The joke is the execution of it. Yeah you know with for us like it's gotta be it's a surprise and the execution but like you always make it comes as you in. You're shocked by it. You know what. I mean that is it is a perfect to get. Because it's like it's like a pop song right. If you do a really good pop song you people know the beats. You know you're going to do this and it could be very satisfying and you can do much more complicated version. That's still giving pop hooks but it's coming at a different angle but ultimately you're still joying the experience if someone singing a nice catchy tune exactly the same notes. Different beat behind it. This has been very thankful rethinking indoors. Ten accomplished about the so then. Oddly enough this is the also detroiters usually work this way where it's like essentially you have a simpsons like i act. That's completely not exactly related to the plot. And but you don't do a lot but this is one where it's actually episode about you becoming a sex worker. I city council person against how did that get there. What that represent once you realize you had the jumping off point of like. Oh tim bad ultimately were like. Oh we're we this ebbs about something about sam's character that we want to explore. How did how did you get to where you were at with the that story line. Well i think w- we wanted to do something about like like sort of like how politics in detroit were are in like sort of corruption in the sexual Not not even specifically sexual malfeasance. It exists in like in in that world but just sort of the abuse of power. And i feel like it's easier to make.
Dan Gilbert announces plan to invest $500M in Detroit neighborhoods
"$500 million to revitalize Detroit's neighborhoods over the next 10 years. At a press conference, Gilbert said today's announcement is a doubling down on our commitment to Detroit, its people its mayor, It's Council, it's county executive in its future. Expect this first investment to impact every neighborhood across the city through the Gilbert Family Foundation and rock community Fund. We hope this half billion dollar investment will touch every single detroiter in some way, shape or form. The first investment will be $15 million targeted toward 20,000 homeowners who have unpaid property Texas The city admitted to overcharging Detroit property owners to the tune of $600 Million Unpaid taxes, Gilbert said, helped move the city into blight when people walked away from their homes because they couldn't afford them. Wayne County Executive Warren Evans announced the county would kick in another $5 million for Foreclosure prevention funds. There was a serious
Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross shares his life story
"American stories and with the story of an American classic Stephen Ross is the largest real estate developer in America, the owner of the Miami Dolphins. And he shared his life story with our own Alex Cortez. Stephen Ross is a Detroiter born and bred until his parents dragged him against his will. Midway through his freshman year of high school from Miami Beach, Florida hated it down there, actually. And I kind of rebelled against my parents and E got toe little trouble. I mean, I mean, I suppose is studying, you know, go out. Quick. Give me a little bit, You know, I mean, I had a you know everything but study even though my parents really Try to be strict. You know, my father lectured all the time. As opposed because he was working and then he'd lecture me. I guess it didn't do any good, You know, but its ultimate I guess it's something e. I don't know. E wanted to get out of there. I went toe. My parents said. Well, if you're gonna leave, you don't want to go to school here. You have to go to military school. It's fed about four days of military schools that I go back to school, you know? And e talk to most of my friends. I mean, probably my background was probably different than most, because I've never excelled early in life, and I was We got into college because they had to accept me because I had a standardized test that I Scored well enough that the school had to take you and they flunked out two thirds of the freshman class. They tell you looking at left and looking. You're right. The person sitting next you won't be here next year and So you know, kind of a wake up call. But I also knew if I wanted something we didn't I wasn't doing anything for my parents. I wasn't left anything and they had nothing to give me. You know, so I knew Where was you know is either sink or swim? And then when I got to college, that's when I really kind of started to be able to do well to receive Florida then so I could transfer to Michigan and then law school and then I got my masters in tax law. Which I excelled in, and it's probably the best year of school I ever had. That really had found something enjoyed. It always get good marks. If I liked it, you know, I didn't like the subject. I didn't do very well. Confidence. I mean, you know, you have to first find your confidence. That you can succeed and do something well, Excel. Continue on me, as they say Success breeds success. Mean, teachers told my parents. They were wasting time sending me to college, which is really kind of funny, right when I look back at it now, So I mean, I look at myself I was the way it started. Life because it Probably spread about the least likely to succeed in my ass school class, you know? So you tell me how much teachers don't wouldn't so the environment of which were brought up on me Even when your parents As much as my parents emphasized that and I could see things Was really later that I really saw things a lot more clearly, you know, after getting his master's degree it and why you Stephen went back to his hometown to work in an accounting firm as a tax attorney. I was doing very well practicing law on it. You know, certain places really kind of funny. It's kind of impulsive. I'm in my office one day was, in fact, I remember I could still picture Was June's thing was true. Seven through 2/9 in 1968. The night before Bobby Kennedy was assassinated, and I'd watch it that night. And that next day you're wondering the life that you never know when it's over and thinking about that, you know, he was a relatively young guy and partner walks in my office and asked me If I want to go Toe seven are in New York said You know what? Haven ever thought about it, is it? I want to go. I think I want to go to New York for good. It's a matter of fact, I'm quitting a moving to New York. Never entered my mind. It never would. From my mind too. You know, I'm gonna think about leaving and I even thought about leaving. It just came up. I mean, like this so impulsive. Sometimes we don't even know ourselves. No, What's really what's going out? So you've been brought in the senior partner and may you know Steve's quit. He's leaving New York. You know, guys What I mean, Steve, you're doing great. Here. You're gonna be a partner here and blah, blah, blah. But I got bored and I could see how I was tailing off in my bite. That was just ready for something and that Z parked it. About me even thinking about it. You know, it's a lot of things you know, like we think we're in control of We're not necessarily in control of what we really don't know. It takes something takes a spark. For something to happen. I've told my mother, you don't know anybody in New York. I said, Hey, you know, I went there. I loved it. And, you know stories. If you could make it there, you can make it anywhere. Blah, blah, blah and off. I went and
Detroit Mayor Duggan doubles down on not wanting J&J vaccine for 'foreseeable future'
"Appear to walk back comments he made this week after turning down doses of Johnson and Johnson. Covert 19 vaccine have to push back from public health experts. This is what Mayor Duggan said on Thursday. Johnson and Johnson is a very good vaccine. Madonna and Fizer are the best and I am going to do everything I can to make sure the residents of the city to try to get the best on so as you know, I went to the White House got a commitment for 15,000 week of a modern adviser. We've been enlarging it. And this week we've got 29,000, Madonna and Fizer vaccine 17001st doses. 12002nd doses. Those majority Fizer vaccines will cover every single Detroiter looking for a shot next week. I expect us to have between 25 30,000 more majority and fires of vaccines and again, I believe we will have a majority. If ISA vaccine for every Detroit who wants one. The day may come when we have more Detroiters asking for vaccines. We have identifies her. In which case we'll set up a Johnson and Johnson site, But I have say for the foreseeable future, I feel confident that we will have a majority advisor vaccine for every Detroiter who wants to get vaccinated Detroit Mayor
"detroiters" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Next step is that we need to get this stuff in front of a fair judge who can order variety different things. We don't talk about this enough. Judges have an amazing amount of power in this country. And i think for the worse actually at times but in this case a judge can say well. Why did you change the signature. Verification standards and the judge can order a county to say. Come back to me in a week and use the same standard. You did in two thousand sixteen or two thousand eighteen with the right overseers. That would change wisconsin. Just so you're clear just to clear and that's where some of these lawsuits work. Their ways up now would also be helpful to our argument and in front of court. As if we could start getting criminal indictments for all of this. If all of a sudden the bureau and the doj started to uncover what we have in front of a sworn affidavits of crimes. Richard hopkins crime no investigation that we know it from the federal side for the criminal side this woman blowing the whistle in milwaukee of granny farming the one thousand seven hundred seventy four percent increase in pennsylvania and nevada which is just a pure stroke of criminality no investigation whatsoever the nine points that the trump campaign laid out yesterday. That would help our case significantly if the bureau and the doj did their job or one of these state agencies actually looked into this and was able to find some voter fraud. A cash rebelled scheme. In fact we have a piece here. I want to see if i can find it so much stuff here. Where's that federalist piece. It's really really good at the new york times all over the place way too much stuff here. One seconds really good piece. it's it's it was a news article not of course the activists media didn't cover. Why does the wall street journal and the new york times not put it in there. Have it here somewhere. It's about a cash for ballots scheme that was uncovered in nevada. Here it is. I found it In nevada corrupt cash for votes scheme is hiding in plain sight the federalist and what it has here says the geo tv effort in nevada was blatantly criminal. And i'm a little skeptical at first. But i trust the federalist a lot so i kept reading and it said nevada native vote project posted on november third at six twenty nine pm. Mcdermott and a walkie or oinky voters dropping off their ballots and picking up their gas cards and literally being posted on facebook is. It's literally to differ. I i can't. I couldn't design the smoking gun. You literally have hands exchanging a ballot for a gas card. I mean they posted the picture. This is a crime. It's a federal crime punishable up to two years in prison and another facebook post spokesperson for the reno sparks indian colony bethany. Sam appears on video installing offering t shirts stickers jewelry and thousands of dollars in gift cards to voters some of these items appear to be part of.
Two conservative political operatives charged with misleading voter robocalls
"In August people in Detroit who were registered voters the trait is majority Democrat city. It's nearly eighty percent African, American registered voters in Detroit this summer. who had phone numbers in the three one three Detroit area code. They started getting calls that kind of seemed like crimes. And I'm going to play the call for you here. I will tell you before I play it that it is what you're about to hear on this call is unmitigated Bo Punky none of this is true but this is the call slash crime that went out to detroiters this summer. I'm. Not Ninety nine. Founded by Jack Berkman and Jacob. ooh. Mandarin voting found great but they do know that if you vote by mail, your personal information will be other public they that will be leaked assignments to track down. So worn and being used a credit card companies to collect outstanding debt the city even pushing. For they've only to try people for mandatory. I'll be connected door formation for the main. State. Where both by. Wear vote by mail. Vote by mail, your personal information is going to be given to the police to track you down for any old warrants and your personal information will be given to credit card companies to track you down for any old debt, and then the CDC is going to use that information. If you vote by mail to hunt you down and make you take mandatory vaccines that you don't want. Right that's all horse hockey. None of that is true voting by mail in Michigan doesn't actually put your personal information out there anywhere registering the vote means registering to vote but beyond that, how you vote doesn't matter at all. But when Sandra McNeill, on WWe, in Detroit got that recording of call they started looking into it. See if it was a one offer to see if this is more widespread thing. They started looking into it. So did the State Attorney General and the Michigan Secretary of State and those state officials held a press conference and they took the unusual step of releasing the audio recording of that call. So that other people who might have received, it would recognize it but also I think to put people on notice that this was misinformation and if you get this, this is not only wrong. This is potentially a crime they gave a stern public warning saying they're working to find out who was sending these absolutely false calls full of disinformation trying to intimidate voters they asked for members of the public to let them know if they too had received a call like this record, the call record, the date, and time you received it record any identifying information that came in with the call on your caller, id or anything like that. Michigan State Attorney General Dana Nessel warned that it is a felony under Michigan Law to deter or otherwise disrupt a person attempting to vote. So they went big with it. They basically said in that press conference five or so weeks ago you know listen you're targeting mostly black registered voters to dump all this disinformation on them to try to stop them voting by mail the you may think this is cute but this is illegal in this state and we're coming for you. Well today they made good on that threat tonight Michigan State Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced felony charges that have been filed against the two men whose names were listed at the beginning of that call. They have publicly denied having anything to do with this call. They've said, this must be some liberal group trying to make them look bad. It should be noted that callers received these calls also got caller ID messages saying the calls for coming from one of the two men's phone numbers. these guys are are trump supporters and conservative activists with a history of making flamboyant false claims at one point during the special counsel's investigation Robert Muller's office released a public statement announcing that they had referred these guys to the FBI after multiple women came forward to say that these guys had offered them money to make up sexual assault allegations against Robert. Muller. They referred them to the FBI for that. I. Wonder Whatever happened to that FBI referral. These gentleman also fabricated sexual assault allegations against Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buddha judge in the heat of the Democratic primary that allegation fell apart when the person they put forward to make those charges against people to judge publicly recanted and admitted that it wasn't true and publicly explained that these guys had put him up to it. They also tried to fabricate sexual assault allegations against Dr Anthony FAUCI. Seriously they offered cash rewards anybody who would say they heard Joe Biden using racial epithets right. These guys are a peach of a pair and they have been doing this kind of stuff to try to boost the trump campaign and to boost the trump presidency they've been doing it for a long time now apparently with impunity. But now they are facing multiple felony charges in Michigan Four felony charges all related to the election crime of intimidating voters. With a maximum total jail time of I think twenty four years in prison. But here's what's particularly interesting here. The investigation sparked by the Michigan authorities deciding that they were going to go big and go public with this turned up the fact that this wasn't just a local thing that had happened to one or two people. It wasn't even a Michigan specific attack turns out the calls out all over I. It was a Chicago Alter woman a local official in Chicago who alerted the board of elections there that she too had received this racist robocall. At her home in Chicago. Then it was people in Pittsburgh, and in Philadelphia who all said, they got this excuse me this same call. When Attorney General Dana Nessel of Michigan announced these felony charges today she said, the her office conferred with the Attorney General in Illinois or Chicago is and in Pennsylvania where Philly in Pittsburgh are but she says, she also conferred with the Attorneys Journal in New York and in Ohio because it turns out these calls have been going out to majority black districts registered voters in majority black districts all over the country in all in announcing these charges today the Michigan Attorney General's office estimates that eighty five, thousand of these calls have gone out. Just in the past few weeks trying to terrify black voters into not voting by mail at. Eighty, five thousand mostly black voters getting these calls saying if you vote by mail the CDC's going to put you on a list for mandatory vaccination that you don't want. If you vote by mail the credit card companies are going to track you down to find all your debt. If you vote by mail, the police are coming for you. Eighty five thousand of these calls. In. Multiple States. Over a period of weeks. After Attorney General Dana Nessel announced these charges today in Michigan. She didn't interview with that reporter from Wj, who helped break this thing open from the start with that tip from a listener. Reporter Sandra McNeill she asked the AG. The question that actually has been on my mind since I first heard about this story, which is, why did these guys have the goal to use their own names on this robocall? which so obviously appears to be a crime in progress trying to intimidate voters why would you put your name on that while committing that crime that's like robbing a bank and handing your real business card everybody might have witnessed it. Attorney General Nestle told the reporter from WWe Jay in response quote I honestly think that they've gotten away with so many things for so long. They thought that no, one would do anything they thought it wouldn't matter. Turns out matters. Joining us now live from Michigan is the Great State of Michigan's attorney, General Nestle Madam Attorney General. Thank you so much for being here. Tonight know it's a busy time. For having me I really appreciate your use of the term bull hockey I've never heard that before. But they use it. Bowl puppy and horse hockey are terms of art. You're welcome to use either of them. I don't even collect commission anymore. Does ask if I've got any of that wrong or if there's any important part of this. Case that you brought today that you announced today that I've missed. Now I think it was a summation. But what I think I'd like people to know is first of all, you know, yeah, that was twelve thousand calls that were made to the state of Michigan really centralized in the city of Detroit, the three one, three area area code, which is the city of Detroit. The thing about this, that's twelve thousand calls the twelve thousand potential voters trump won the state of Michigan by just over ten thousand votes. So I mean this is incredibly impactful and what I thought about for a long time. What is the point of having all these laws on the books in regard to voter suppression voter intimidation threats against voters if we never actually. Enforce them and what we know about twenty six sixteen is that trump didn't win because of the people who voted for him in Michigan he wanted because of the people who didn't voted all and that is what I think. These folks are trying to accomplish trying to suppress the vote and scare people into not voting action t during the course of a global pandemic, and we're not having it in this state just absolutely neck when you accept that these individuals can be so brazen as to attach themselves personally to these phone calls and think they can just get away with it. If they think it's funny that can joke around about it behind bars as far as I'm concerned. Is there a technical reason why cases like this are hard to bring? Obviously, these gentlemen have the. Office charged today they have their names on the front of this robocalled. They've since publicly denied that they actually made the robocall and said, somebody else must have done this in their names in order to make them look bad or prank them when it comes to the technical nature of proving that these were the people who in the charges conspired to and ultimately committed these acts voter intimidation is it hard to prove? Well. Unfortunately, for Mr, role and Mr Berkman Bud year ago, and my aunt established one of the first set anti. Robo calling task forces and so we were interested at the time in political related robocalls. We were interested in those calls that are made that ended up defrauding, he will and scamming people. So we already had the technology in place. So we knew where these calls were coming from and that allowed us to work with authorities in the state of California and thanks to my good friend. Attorney General Sarah in California who assisted us in this investigation but we have compelling evidence that these individuals committed these crimes and we're quite clear and confident about who the perpetrators of these crimes were. They just obviously never thought that we would actually end up investigate and actually charge but you know voter suppression is a very serious matter as Thomas Paine so So famously stated many years ago I voting is the right upon which all other rights are dependent. So if you deprive somebody of their ability to vote you deprive him of everything else in. Life and you know this has gone on for far too long. I think many people are tired of their scams. This isn't the first time that we've investigated these guys. As you noted, there was a an incident involving judge that involved the state of Michigan, an individual who lived in the state of Michigan. So it's not the person. I've seen their names. On a piece of paper in my office. And we're tired of them coming into our state and stirring up this kind of trouble by using false and misleading statements and trying to threaten or intimidate voters.
Dig for Victory
"To get to today's urban gardens, let's go back in time to the founding of the US, there were certainly major cities Philadelphia New York Boston, but it wasn't. Until the eighteen hundreds that more and more people move to cities and urban ization in the US really got underway. These are people who would have grown almost all their own food before, but now they live in a city. They can buy food at the market. So how many of them kept up gardening in their new urban homes? A lot of food production went on. On within city boundaries well through the start of the twentieth century, there were lots and lots of urban livestock, because people were raising pigs and cows and chicken for food within city limits anesthesia day as a historian at the University of Delaware, and she's working on a PhD about Victory Gardens. It's only really during the city, Beautiful Movement and the progressive era that city start passing ordinances that actually outlawed these forms of local food production in the name of cleanliness and sanitation and middle-class standards of respectability, because only poor people grow their. Their own food. The city beautiful movement was big deal during the eighteen nineteen in one thousand, nine hundred wealthy urbanites, all this rural migration and immigration, and of course, the rising inequality and poverty and tenements in their cities, and they were not happy. They tried to clean the city up. They built big boulevards and parks with monumental fountains, and eventually they also introduced strict zoning laws and chickens and vegetable patches were not part of these new beautiful cities urban agriculture. Something poor people needed. It had to go some cities overtime had already. Already banned maybe the animals in the streets, or even keeping certain animals within city limits, but this really solidified during the city, beautiful movement city started to enact ordinances that said no farm animals in the city at all and no front yard vegetables, either meanwhile the poor had more pressing concerns than how the city looked frequently, when bad harvests and economic fluctuations raised food prices, they could not get to eat. There were dozens of major food riots in American cities throughout the eighteen hundreds. The first urban gardening movement starts in eighteen ninety. Ninety three in the town of Detroit, because of this panic of eighteen, ninety three, there were lots of panics. In those days, the stock market was very new, very volatile and long story short, suddenly, basically overnight, forty three percent of detroiters are unemployed in what had been a booming city and the Mayor Hazel S Pingree I has to find some way to answer. The cries of his constituents. So what he does is, he starts the first urban farming movement, which is ironically happening at the same time that many productive activities within the. The city are being outlawed. In other cities, urban leaders didn't want farms in their cities, but they also didn't want riots, and so letting poor people groza food on vacant land was seen as an acceptable temporary band aid in times of shortages. The Detroit plan was called the potato, patch plan and it had pretty impressive results by eighteen, ninety, six seventeen hundred families were farming more than four hundred acres in the city, and there are letters there from local detroiters writing into mayor Pingree, saying you so much I was able to grow. Grow Food for my family and lots of the people that wrote in. It's heartbreaking, because these letters are hardly legible there in broken English. Many of them were recent, German and Polish immigrants who were taking advantage of this program to grow foods dot connected them to their home as well as to feed their families. The Potato Patch program was seen as a success, but it was never meant to be permanent in less than a decade when economic situation in Detroit started to improve urban farms kind of petered out until the next big. Big Crisis, which was World War, one, the city beautiful movement had stamped out urban gardening the Detroit potato patches were gone, but suddenly there was a huge need both for food, and for kind of coming together in a patriotic sense. At least that's how Charles lay through peck sought. He was a lumber baron from New Jersey and early on in the days of the European conflict. He wrote the US government and said people should be reason. Food would help them contribute to the war help stock shortages, and the USDA promptly said Sir. We've got better ideas going here for better uses of fertilizer and seed supplies so thanks for your input and no thanks Charles hadn't made his fortune by taking no for an answer, so he took that Fortuna and started a Liberty Garden Movement himself, and he quickly found a whole group of rich people who wanted to join him in getting Americans. Gardening again to support the war Charles and his friends created a movement. There were Liberty Gardens. Gardens on Boston Common, and in Union Square in New York and big corporations like Eastman Kodak and General Electric set aside land at their factories for employees to grow and boy scouts even had a garden at Grover Cleveland's Childhood Home in New Jersey. Even the government caught the Liberty Garden fever, and they created a school program to teach budding young home farmers how to grow food and support. The soldiers was actually one of the first nationally. Nationally promoted curricula in the country, the Liberty Garden Movement seemed to really catch the public imagination. However, there was no infrastructure for collecting numbers. The only source we have is Charles Lathrop pack himself wrote a book called the war garden victorious in one, thousand, nine, hundred nineteen, and he claims that the movements sponsored five million gardens which time when there were just over six million actual professional farmers in the US is kind of impressive but remember. Remember Charles is our only source for this number and he might have been biased. It's really incredibly hard to say, but despite its holds on the national imagination, it had nowhere near the impact of world. War Two Gardens in terms at share mount of produce ground, sheer numbers of people participating sheer difference it made in the global war effort, and that's probably why you listeners at least in the US you don't use the Term Liberty Garden. Gardens you probably say victory garden.
Detroits first director of digital inclusion helps a divided city get online
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for h._r. Payroll and talent management learn more at ultimatesoftware dot com ultimate software people first and by smart water. Smart water is on a mission to add fresh thinking to the world. That's why they created two new ways to hydrate smart water alkaline alkaline with nine plus p. h. Helps keep you hydrated while you're on the move and smart water antioxidant with added selenium helps you find balance for your body and mind and now you can order smart water by saying hang alexa order smartwater yourself will thank yourself smart water. That's pretty smart to close the digital divide in detroit any more than just wirz from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed kim in for molly would not having solid access to the internet is like competing in a three legged race tied to a cow looking for work. Most applications are online need to check your bank account. Pay bills dell's check medical records do homework. It's all easier if you're online and getting a lot harder if you're not detroit is one of the least connected big american cities according to the national digital inclusion alliance less than half of homes. There have broadband internet that means hundreds of thousands of detroiters stand stand on the losing side of a growing digital divide. It's judge edmunds job to help. Detroiters get online and so them why they need to. He's he's the city's first director of digital inclusion and he says the problem is in just infrastructure. We have several internet service providers and if you actually look at the provider data ninety eight to one hundred percent of detroit is covered with internet access. Sorry issue isn't necessarily internet access internet adoption meaning. What are the bears the technology adoption that are causing detroiters not to take advantage of getting into the home costing one of the big barriers. We look at poverty. Poverty directly exacerbates the digital divide something like the digital divide. That's maybe not well understood by. You know a lot of people a lot of times. When there's this kind of different understanding that there's often like a different language that's understood like is there any example of things that people say that somebody on the other side of the divide just wouldn't get yes when i was on focus groups with public housing residents in cleveland and we kept talking about applications like oh you know download an app download it up and <hes> people were thinking i was talking about job applications and that's such as light example but we've just taken technology and integrated it in and we get it but people don't this task does not sound easy and not cheap. What are you in the city gonna do to expand access us. I've identified five hundred sixty one free wifi sites all throughout the city of detroit that make money to do. I mean i'll be maybe my salary went to knowing. It and these aren't municipal networks. These are your mcdonald's or tim hortons that random nonprofit on the corner that church that has it if you go to any neighborhood where there's a lot of children and there's no library present and there's mcdonalds there. Those kids are going to mcdonald's to do their homework and i'm not saying that the city is saying go to mcdonalds and do your homework rather. It's very interesting to see the way that public wifi and free. Wi fi is driving people to certain places. I would say what's looming over. All of this is the fact that the census next year is going online and so when i have residents namely my older residents gordon were like no. I don't be like this. Are you know i don't feel comfortable during this. What are the implications around the sense. Uh being counted. There's a cast value that it every single resident has mike figure wrong but i believe every resident <hes> it's worth eighteen hundred dollars a year to the census so if you're not counted managing ask them locations around that joshua edmonds is the director of digital inclusion for the city of detroit. If you wanna see the city's digital divide on a map the university of michigan again put together an atlas of homes without computers without broadband with only a smartphone and just with cellular data. We've got a link on our site at marketplace place tech dot org and now for some related links dallas also ranks low when it comes to connectivity the dallas morning news says a._t. And t. has invested in better connectivity in areas with higher property values and not so much or not at all all in areas with lower values by the way eight hundred brought in twenty eight and a half billion dollars from internet service last year. The paper has an awesome interactive active features that shows the gap at pretty granular levels. Some hope the onset of five g. means a better chance to bridge the digital divide in rural areas and they're looking at the much celebrated oversee band of broadcasting spectrum. The f._c._c. may decide to free parts of the spectrum up for five g. Use the hill has an op ed from the president of the wireless internet service providers association he worries the band will just get divvied up among major communications companies this and wants a portion set aside for connecting rural areas. He doesn't seem too optimistic. That's the way congress is leaning. I'm jed kim and ad that's marketplace tech. This is a._p._m. 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"detroiters" Discussed on WJR 760
"Saint Peter and Paul church with cots that were donated some ways it's really the best of Detroit were seeing right now. And it's the spirit of Detroit, which is compassionate and generous and people like kids making blankets. I I love that. I love the idea that we're all kind of doing what we can. And would collectively we take care of one another times like these the most important piece of machinery in your house is the furnace. Chuck Breitenstein of the inside outside guys on WJR recommends keeping your furnace on the on setting at a lower than normal temperature newer units are gonna run at lower voltages solely newer units. They recommend that all the time. You'll be circulating lower volumes at lower velocities air. So you won't even know what's happening is just a far more efficient way to do it. Jack Rydin Stein talking with Paul W. Police in Tempe. Arizona say a lift driver who was more than six months pregnant has been fatally stabbed by customer. Governor. Jerry news time eleven three. Here's Steve Courtney. Sports Wednesday morning one end. All yes. It's cold outside and the pistons are cold as well, they fall to the Milwaukee Bucks. One fifteen one zero five last night at the Detroiters. Now have lost four or five twenty one of their last twenty eight bell host the Dallas Mavericks, seven o'clock tomorrow night. Meanwhile, Blake Griffin has heard the rumblings that he is not happy here in Detroit. But he corrected that after the ball game last night saying, no, he's happy. He's just very frustrated. Meanwhile, the number five ranked Michigan basketball wolverines on the home floor last night at a squared and they post a sixty five forty nine win over the state Buckeye Xavier Simpson way to go a triple double Michigan now on the road to face Hawkeye, seven o'clock on Friday night. Meanwhile, happy birthday Tom Izzo. Getting the Spartans ready. Easy to tangle with the Indiana hoosiers at the breslin center. Six o'clock Saturday night will have that for you. Meanwhile, Matthew, Stafford a new quarterbacks coach, what do you know, the third time in four seasons. His name is Shawn Ryan has spent the last three years with the Texans working with.
"detroiters" Discussed on WJR 760
"Wire trader of our country or somebody who served bravely and didn't get set up by Peter stroke and his partner. We'll we'll learn more. When he goes back to court in about three months to be sentenced again while sentence for the first time. Anyway, we gotta go get the news coming up next. Senator Rick Jones from grand ledge on the other side on the Christmas display and on the home. That's going to be on the lawn of the capitol. Atlantic tuned. Seven sixty WJR news, dick Hafner, President Trump may be willing to sign a short-term spending Bill to again put off showdown over border wall funding that threatened to shut down part of the government on Friday night. Bob Constantini reports. Though, it's clear. The president seems to be looking for alternatives to make sure the wall gets done each the second part of the president's meet morning tweet that will perk up ears in Washington quote because of the tremendous dangerous the border, including large scale criminal and drug inflow. The United states' military will build the wall end quote and in the face of reluctance from Democrats to provide dedicated wolf funding, the president the new White House logic that imports from Mexico will boost treasury coffers to the tune of the entire cost. The president writes Mexico is paying indirectly for the wolf through the new US MCA the replacement for NAFTA for more money coming to the US. Well, the new green has not been approved by. Congress and changes may be made before it is. Bob Costantini, the White House. Ten oh one at WJR Detroit. Planning is underway for a full and rapid withdrawal of US troops from Syria. According to the report by Barbara Starr, who says American troops have primarily been training local fighters to combat the Islamic state. There are ISIS remnants still very much on the move in Syria in the eastern part of the country. What happens to ISIS now? And to the fighters that the US has been training remains to be seen will those fighters have any support from the United States or will they be left on their own? A cybersecurity firm says hackers were able to infiltrate a European Union communication system for years. They copied thousands of diplomatic cables. Correspondent Samuel Burke says the general team uncovered in these cables from foreign diplomats was daisy the negative attitude. They call it from Trump to the European Union has created what they call a lot of insecurity. Your diplomatic cables were thought to be hacked by the Chinese People's Liberation Army. The president is hailing Senate passage of a sweeping criminal Justice Bill gives judges more discretion when sentencing some drug offenders and it boosts prisoner rehab efforts in the prisons. It also would reduce the sentences of many drug offenders currently serving time the house is expected to pass it. Michigan health officials say two more cases of a FM a polio. Like disease have been confirmed in the state that brings the total to four the latest ones involved chill room in McComb, and Ottawa counties. GM workers at the Brownstown battery plant will lose their jobs connected to the plan closing of the Detroit Hamtramck plant fifty workers getting pink slips Warren mayor Jim Fouts denies another controversial tape. It. Sounds like his voice making a disparaging remark about gays the recording was released by the website deadline, Detroit. They say was made by a former city employee filed released a written statement saying the tape. Was phony manufactured and out of context. WJR news time ten oh three. Here's Steve Courtney sports. Good morning. Once again, my friends will last night started poorly for the Red Wings as netminder Jimmy Howard hurt his back during warmups unable to go against the flyers. And then the game itself while the flyers beat the Redwings three to the Detroiters. Now have lost four in a row of five of their last six they'll be in Carolina to face the hurricane seven o'clock tomorrow night pistons busy tonight there in Minnesota take on the timber wolves. That's an eight o'clock start pistons at fourteen and fourteen gotta get a little something going on. There are three and seven in their last ten it's Pro Bowl time in the National Football League can Ratulele Darius big sleigh. He's on his way to the Pro Bowl quandary digs. Meanwhile has been named as an alternate lions getting set for the final home game at the two thousand eighteen campaign. They will host the purple people eater. Minnesota Vikings one o'clock Sunday. Our countdown getting underway at ten here on lions radio bowl season continues in college football. All the chair of Bundy, Boca Raton bowl last night. The blazers of UAB all over the huskies of northern Illinois thirty seven thirteen elsewhere in college football. Today's a big day. It's early signing day. Steve Courtney WGN sports, traffic and weather first on the fives up next. Eric Abrahamson much-maligned tight end when he was on the lions goes to the Pro Bowl with Andrew luck. And the colts WJR news..
"detroiters" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"Are you starting baby? Well, you guys as I mentioned you both Detroiters and the lions. It's been rough. It's been rough. But I didn't know how rough it was until this happened on Jefferson fiction by twenty thirty six hundred please as of two thousand eighteen this NFC north team had never even made the Super Bowl much less one it, but by twenty thirty got to happen, right? Gay who are the Detroit Lions? Yes. Think about it. It would like who makes burgers topped chain. Mcdonald's. Here's these copywriters got a little cute to they gotta happen. Right. That's respectful fight their everything up until by twenty thirty. Disrespect. But I try to tell them the rest of the world doesn't realize since we live this one playoff win and sixty plus years. We celebrate our Super Bowl on thanksgiving absol-. You guys are invited. You see the show. Everything's giving. We put it on thanksgiving game by twenty thirty. When the next year, you know, let's talk about what they have done. Oh, okay. Did they not beat the patriot breach? Dress mike. They did. Yeah. We beat the Packers. Began his hand Tom Brady day. Doing this. This is really happening right now on television. You guys are talking about lions victories..
"detroiters" Discussed on WJR 760
"You know that Mitch Albom has a brand new book out and a great event coming up that we all can be a part of and I'm planning on it to mitch's new book. It's it's really a long awaited sequel. Well to his number one New York Times bestseller, the five people you meet in heaven Mitch albums new novel. The next person you meet in heaven, and what a pleasure, it is Mitch to have you here and to to congratulate you in advance for what I know is going to be another big hit for you. Well, thank you follow the book comes out in in a few weeks, and as you know in the past. I if I long ago gave up on celebrating book authors at top kale parties in New York. I live in New York, and I'm not much for coffee party. So I tried to turn book launches into charity events, and we've done some great successes. We've done things at the FOX theater with Tony Bennett and Ernie Harwell over the years you've been part of them and we have another one scheduled for October fourteenth. It should be should be the best yet. It's at the Detroit opera house this time, and I've I've called in some favors with some people that I know and onstage with me that night are going to be in. No particular order. Anderson Cooper from CNN Jane Pauley, host of CBS Sunday morning, formally the today show, Bob Costas Olympics and NBC Jim Harbaugh. Joe Dumars is coming in from California hasn't been back in Detroit in a while the cast of the Detroiters the two guys from the Detroiters TV show, Sophia Bush the actor. From Chicago PD, and others and Ken are finding musical talent here in Detroit will be performing as well as some other people and all the money, we raised as you mentioned this going to help kids here in Detroit with literacy through our Detroit liberty program and the kids from Haiti with their medical issues, you know, from the orphanage that I operate the when we bring them up, you know, they don't have money for insurance and all medical things cost a lot of money. And so we were dedicating funds to that. And it's only a fifty dollar ticket at the opera house on the on the best part is you get an an autograph copy of the book, which will just be out for a couple of days included in the ticket. That's an incredible deal. The book is twenty five bucks getting it. Autographed is over and above. It is it is priceless for those of us who collect things like that. And love to have autograph books by the author. And this one's by Mitch Albom. And for fifty bucks, you get the twenty five dollar book, and you get the entertainment, and and the moving experience that I promise you this will be at the Detroit opera house on Sunday October fourteenth at seven pm. There is a five thirty VIP reception. You can go to TicketMaster dot com or you can call eight hundred seven four or five three thousand seven four five three thousand and there are some special sponsor opportunities. You can get your very own private box which could include twelve seats four of which may attend the VIP reception prior to the show. There are a lot of opportunities here to help a lot of people and all the money left over from this production. All of it goes to charity in Detroit for kids for literacy in in Haiti for kids and their health issues. We all lived through the cheek. Experience that became like your daughter and then passed away, but you brought her here for help. And now you have yet another little girl that had you've welcome you and Janine of welcomed into your home. Yeah. She's sleeping right now. She threw up after reading the American food yesterday. I think we have to do that a little slower. But yeah, she fortunately, it's not a situation like happened with Chico, which was the IP brain tumor. There was no from the beginning was a state of disease. This is just some serious surgery. Some urological things that this little nine year old girl and he's done. They can they told us in eighty nobody can do it here. So we bought her here. And again, this is one of those things like people Beaumont or helping us out. That's what they can right now. We're working with them. But there are still lots of costs associated with it. And so for these children's future, I started what was called the Chica fund to raise money for when these things happen. And that's what we'll do that night. And it's this little girl's name Babu Babu. Yeah. I wonder often, and I gotta go 'cause Ryan's going through the roof. I I often wonder if you Janine the blessing of you, not having children has meant that you've had hundreds and maybe thousands of children that you've helped well, we have forty seven we're raising right there. And if they have forty seven of their own and forty seven more, maybe you'll end up being right? All I know is it's it's the best thing I've ever done in my life and all children need help, especially those who have been orphaned in poor countries. So number fourteenth at the opera house with a cast of thousands. And the new book the next person you meet in heaven. Thank you, Paul so much for giving me the opportunity to bring this people's attention. We will..
Columbus School, Johnny Bobby and Retha Franklin discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Judge in Pennsylvania has, ordered a woman in her boyfriend has turnover, what's left. To the money they collected for a homeless man who helped her when she ran out of gas Johnny Bobby filed a lawsuit this week claiming. That he received only seventy five thousand dollars of the four. Hundred thousand dollars a couple raised through gofundme page bobbett who admits. Spending some of the money he was given on drugs claims Mark de Amoco and, key Eighty McClure took the money. They raised for him and spend it on gifts and vacations for themselves including he, says
"detroiters" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For me do you do that on detroiters is it the same concept chartered we write it ourselves you know so like all that improv kind of happens throughout yes that kinda happens like in because we're in the writer's room or in front of computers just like doing those same beats and like making it sound like us some real kind of working those things until it's exactly right for us you know that's kind of a helpful collaborative style that we learned through sketch and through second city training for you to have a show right now that's going to season two on comedy central along with all the other projects that you're working on to have it be a love letter to the city that you're from and also have this moment in your career where you can you can work on the projects that you want to work on what does that mean to you what does it mean to you as a as a comedian is a kid who came up through chicago and went through the second city and earn in this position you're in now what's it mean i really like like stop at mike realizes real 'cause it's it's such a best case scenario that i am just so incredibly lucky and like stop every now and then it'd be like okay you've been there don't spend your whole day just in awe of how amazing it is kinda get to do it so like every day i i like wake up like so excited because it's what i love to do as well so it's not like i if i get to do it not that i have to do it you know what i made and would kim and i used to when we were in chicago both both of us lane station on touring company we should say every day wouldn't it be great to go back to detroit but wouldn't it be great to go back to detroit with something this on that level doing like comedy with a comedy about detroit i still can't get over it soon a literally a dream come true sam richardson the former second city star who now is the co star of detroiters with tim robinson was season two starts this weekend comedy central also of course hbo's veep which also should be coming up next year and also new youtube red project with adam pally which was just announced congratulations on that sam thanks thanks so much for taking some time out and talking to us today we really appreciate it thank you thank you so much for talking with me a absolute pleasure.
Boston Red Sox's Mookie Betts outshines New York Yankees Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton
"To you my friend hello again labral body well business as usual for the t grades last night there in cleveland game two of the series with the tribe and they fall short to one the final indians get to win it was roberto parray's leading off with a home run in the eighth offer lever alex wilson mr wilson by the way took the loss he's oh and two i digress the tigers getting great starting pitching to kick off this twenty eighteen campaign but i'll tell you this jamar candelaria and an rbi double in the seventh that was the tigers i run in twenty three innings need i say more great night for candelaria by the way three doubles he was also hit by a pitch matthew boyd what a gem of a performance one run in seven innings of work the indians continue to win but they are banning a major league low one fifty eight but they have dominated the tigers nine straight wins for cleveland over the detroiters as a matter of fact the tribe twenty nine and ten against detroit since the start of the two thousand sixteen season alright they will conclude the series six ten tonight jordan zimmerman on the hill for the league list ears no decision as if yet era of eight point seven one but i will tell you this because it's my job he has faced cleveland five times in his career he has owned four area of ten point eight indians will send out the veteran carlos carrasco he has to know era slightly elevated if you don't mind me saying at five point four zero if not for intermittent drizzle last night television cameras would have been focused on twin new york yankee slugger aaron judge giancarlo stanton as they took aim at the green monster and batting practice instead a few hours later viewers were treated to the mookie betts show as the boston red sox renewed their age old rivalry with the stanks bets put for performance for the ages in a fourteen one red sox route he punctuated a four or five night with a grand slam in the nine run sixthinning that's became only the second player ever with at least four hits five runs and four rbi in a game against the stanks joining ken griffey junior dan on may twenty fourth nineteen ninetysix these sports memorabilia world is buzzing over angels pitcher and slugger shohei ohtani on monday night his autograph tops rookie card sold for six thousand seven hundred twenty five dollars a year after judge was compared.
Stranger Things creators sued for plagiarism after being accused of stealing plot
"To a half inch of rain today a high near fifty rain overnight shipping the mid forties for tomorrow much like today although a little bit warmer here fifty five backing off to a few showers on friday and back to more steady rain on saturday little bit breezy too right now in downtown seattle just cloudy and forty two and komo news time seven twenty five abc entertainment news here's jason nathanson was the idea for stranger things stolen that's the gist of a lawsuit filed against stranger things creators the duffer brothers filmmaker charlie kessler says he pitched the story similar to stranger things to the brothers and two thousand fourteen who's based on a short film of his called montauk as evidence kesslers lawsuit says the original name stranger things was the montoc project the suit seeks to stop the show and pay kessler sizable piece of the stranger things pine no comment from net flicks the first onscreen wonder woman now's a star on the hollywood walk of fame linda carter got the honor tuesday afternoon paying tribute to the show they gave her her first break why do online gave birth to my career and now we have come full circle carter has a new album out now and you'll also be seen in the movie super troopers to later this month and happy birthday wednesday the iron man robert downey junior who turns fifty three heath ledger would have been thirty nine i'm jason nathanson the actor who played mini me in the austin powers movies is reportedly in the hospital for alcohol poisoning tmz says verne troyer is being held for seventy two hours to be evaluated their reports this paramedics were called detroiters house monday night after a friend said the forty nine year old actor was extremely upset drunk.
"detroiters" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"Pants labyrinth or no amac yet so yeah that was good and then last year it's getting a lot of crap from from true fans i saw that i don't know why but yeah i do i mean i haven't seen it so i don't really wanna know what their problem is with it they are not without giving too much away i think ryan johnson wrote or a because his name something like that route a movie that was uh that was able to like put holes in troops that have existed forever in doing in of us in a fun way in a story that really took the like the fell for star wars the to the next level not like next level as far as quality because i don't know if it's better than porsche expect but as far as this is where the story needs to go an interesting new ways i think he did a good job at that so i really liked it he who can faulting for that especially after the prequels i mean all people are saying it's worse than the prequels night disagree with that i have all it really hard time at by yeah mostly it's getting critical acclaim so it that gives me warmth yeah but i liked it so yeah and then just to throw this in go watch detroiters name he said aris i've been talking about all year the great shooters okay i'll put those down on your list as well yes a fourway tie detroiters wait what's amy severest show our why forget the name where she did like moths were hurt okay i'll find it i'm gonna put that is before we tell you ever watch that i haven't i don't have the cable dude.
"detroiters" Discussed on WJR 760
"Four four six 48 24 is have detroiters gotten soft when it comes to driving the snow steve what do you say but he tried earth art hop ido mole of iit's happy you you heard the akosombo or in our forego winter barricades have alphabet in october poland filled praying let's say i've got taken that for medicine in all five by the way up to 75 right now going down about ten miles an hour those big man speed it up to seventy five all of the upper peninsula uruguay they're not elation card i see how this will never be will learn bird you guys dr reindeer okay you heard me mad dog daily johnny the reindeer workman they get it done traffic bulletin beware of steve on seventy five years only going to miles an hour that is all have to handle the wheel right yeah knuckling down take it james good afternoon you're on news talk seven certainly wjr what he thinks are we getting soft absurd at withdrew foty it was good right oh yeah well it's no secret that people don't know how to drive it's been one of my pit peace forever being an automotive enthusiasts remote that a carmechanic forever but of it quite frankly is the manufacturers fault they put tires on these vehicles that day it's a joke to call them all season tires these low profile white gyor's there's still gripping the snow yeah you know it's funny because i got i ended up getting new tires a couple of years ago and they they offer me wasn't winter tyres but it was something that was a little more to breath you'll build a radio just three seasons i guess judges threec wow but it included winter and um man would have different sat made i mean you wanna talk about it i don't know if this is a word or not but grip shen it was there got me some grip shell the traction i believe i like grip should bow the rosy jones pretty good we have blamed the thai copyrighted yet fire already done does dry i'm on top and blamed the tie us or they don't blame nick eight the driver the truck dortha trunks voted drug little big travel to sprint ali setting the bar shrunk it is that it is.
"detroiters" Discussed on TEDTalks (audio)
"Yes detroit vegan so is providing detroiters the opportunity to eat more plantbased meals and they've received an overwhelming response from detroiters detroit is our hungry for culturally appropriate fresh delicious phone that's why we built a nonprofit organization call food lab detroit to help small neighborhood burgeoning food entrepreneur start and scale healthy food businesses food provis these entrepreneurs incubation handson education workshops technical assistance access to industry experts so that they can growing scale they're very small businesses but last year they had a combined revenue of over seven point five million dollars and they provided two hundred fifty two jobs listen listen these are just a few examples on how you expand opportunities so that everybody can participate and prosper particularly those who come from neighborhoods that have been historically exclude it from these types of opportunities i know i know my city is a long way from succeeding we're still struggling and i'm not going to stay in here on this stage and tell you that all of detroit's problems in all of the choice challenges are going to be solved to urban agriculture i'm not going to do that but i will tell you this urban agriculture has detroit thinking about it city now in a different way a city that can be both urban and rural in yes i know these stories are small these stories are neighborhood base store these but these stories are powerful their powerful because i'm showing you how we're creating a new society left vacant in the places in the spaces that with this integration from the yo the powerful stories because their stories about love the love that detroiters half of one another the love the we have for our community the love that we have a mother earth but more importantly these stories are stories on how devastation despair the k nap ever get the last word in the city of detroit when hundreds of thousands of people left detroit and they left us with dead those who stayed had hope they held onto hope they never gave up they always kept fighting and listen i know transforming a big city like detroit to one that is prosperous one this functional one this healthy onenothing closelipped one that provides opportunities for all i know it's tough i know is challenging.
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"That now has a recording studio in it you'll be proud to know at sell it happened van dyke at doesn't just how football fields and basketball and all that it's got a recording studio that is probably the most popular part of it uh and everything we do here is to try to give needy detroiters a hand up and i know no matter how far you go even paris france you're aware of how detroiters help other detroiters can speak to that for just a second well i mean you know that but we never met with thing at that's why you know it's so hard rock and roll i it it's just been that city that when i lived in phoenix for fifty years and people say what are you probably see detroit's and you know so much credibility when you say you're from detroit to the rock and roll community because that really means you're from the heart of rock and roll and you're right the midwestern are different brief it's it's very family life and and i and i would expect it to be like that i i don't expect new york's realized on such law like that but detroit's i we would expect detroit has to help others detroiters you know well that's what we're doing here and that's what you've done in the past and if i can can be bold enough uh last year you were kind enough to offer up a guitar and it raised huge money uh because you are massively popular if if you've got another one in your closet somewhere we should arrive at use it you got it you know i'm gonna go out with the vampires again with johnny depp and joe perry in the boy's okay well why don't i get a vampire guitar for you guys a vampire guitar which is uh is it doesn't have fangs on it plo it'll be my my autograph shotty saudidrafted joe perry's autograph all fantastic that will raise a fortune alice can't thank you enough for that me and that's fantastic will love the hour all right thanks for joining us rock on in paris go lion goliath alan stupor joining us thank you so much from overseas in paris so we're going to put that on our our piled there of auction items there that fantastic signed by the three guys from the vampires our phone numbers are.
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"You know cutting his teeth they he he was representing all detroiters not just by detroit mayor i'm at right maverick young black m right on the underwater if you recall after a you're in the military not for black america before all of american garnered vietnam and you know what an ethnic agree with you on our mentioning that because in terms of the fact that book of calls america worth at work we only had four wore black congressman in the us congress when uh congress moc on your first went there and uh and they ended up representing a whole lot more people in their more in michigan entered the congressional district ear i am i stayed much assessments kill me for for as he this but there's the story all that uh that he has decided he's not going to run for reelection next year uh as sort of a compromise uh getting thirty seconds can you can you give me response sure i know first hand knowledge your bad if that is overshooting the congressman himself will have to make that enough and i have no first hand information on that and again opposition right now it's detroit fights back the congress will be fighting back i please let them know we all pray for his full recovery from whatever this is that uh that is putting him in the hospital right now sam okay and thank you frank really appreciate thank you for coming out looks okay wjr traffic and weather first on the fives mark mitchell baggio frank wjr traffic first mas by the salvation army red keddell campaign one accident northbound 75 in dearborn and that's in the left lane seventy five northbound from outta drive to dearborn that is about 10 miles per hour backing up seventy five southbound from rochester road fourteen mile under thirty miles per hour about twenty miles per hour and 94 eastbound from fourteen th street the woodward in the ninety four westbound from van dyke to 75 averaging 25 mas broward you give more than meals and shelter when you donate to.
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"To be better consistently uh so it's really you're hitting it said we've stretch where you want to be healthier we need to be sharper and you just need to play better you mentioned the saints game uh you know we've also seen this lions team win and lose a game and the same play against the falcons but that being said the the matters is moving forward again they are uh three in three vikings on top of the nfc north danny at five and to they've won three in a row you got the packers in the detroiters and about the bears break ahmad they've won two in a row they are three and four it is there for the taking my friend chelsea enough that has got to be easy the rest of the way with any of those teams but like i said you you've already got one against minnesota at their place that could could be a hopeful tiebreaker down the line and then you've got them coming to europe thanksgiving he got to chicago to with green bay everything you need to do is in front of you okay you you control your road guest today and that's all you can ask for now question is what do you do with that and i think that's what we're to find out over the next ten weeks and you get back to work danny with some drama sunday night football the steelers as we mentioned in then right after that monday night football at lambeau with the packers about that yeah it will be five i mean this is what you want this you want opportunities you'd have to play the teams that you have to beat you you know ultimately you're chasing somebody at this point while you're gonna see the all timothy teams are chasing you at this point what you're gonna see them too so you know it's like i said it it's gonna be fun uh i think this team is good enough to get this thing done but they need to played better and more consistently the what we've seen over the sick first sticks gave their best it's been pretty good their worst hasn't be good enough and the inconsistency is what can get in trouble this week here here all right danny boy thank you very much for.
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"And this is all things considered from npr news i'm michelle martin we are coming to you this weekend from detroit from member station w d e t we came because fifty years ago parts of this city went up in flames in a pleasure detroiters of our one hundred square blocks are now under siege and now he walked through the area people shout from their homes what job on the sniper ordinary american diet in these three three hundred eighty sick or injured four hundred seventy seven building were damaged or destroy we've all boy all in our neighbourhood the hope is that they've been hit by bomb that's from the television broadcasts about what became known by some as the detroit riots by others as the uprisings or the rebellion we're going to spend a good part of the program today asking why this happened what it all meant and if there's anything the rest of the country can learn from it even now with but we will start with political news out of washington where it's also been a very if vent for week for that we turn to npr political correspondent don ganja who also happens to be a michigan native welcome on thanks for joining us thank you i wish i were there with a new way to glad to be here so let's start with a shakeup at the white house sean spicer is out as white house press secretary there's so much one could say about sean spicer's 10year but let's not even get into how he was immortalized by saturday nightlife but he is out and a man in anthony scaramucci is in as white house communications director he met reporters yesterday in the white house briefing room i just want to play a little bit of what he had to say talking about his new boss president trump easy genuinely a wonderful human being and i think you the members of congress get to know him better and get comfortable with him uh they're going to let him leave them to the right things for the american people so i think we're going to get the healthier okay so so what do we know about all this especially what do we know about anthony scaramucci while he's the kind of new york.