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"george herriman" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"george herriman" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"Fellas. Thank you Should do your Jackson. Such a pleasure to see you again and meet you busy. Yeah. Thank you. Thanks for having us. Busies podcast is called busy. Phillips is doing her best. Our next two contestants are also our first sibling duo since the before Times cartoon is Keith Night co created the new who loose series woke inspired by his own life, and he's playing against his real life quote. Evil twin sister Tracy, who appears as a character it is stripped the cake radicals. Keith Tracy, Welcome to ask me another. Hello. Hello? Congratulations on woke. It debuted on Who? Lou? What? September 9th? Yeah. Yeah. Thank you. Love it. I feel like I already has received rave reviews. Yeah. Yeah, I couldn't be happier with the reception. And just like just the fact that it finally got to the point where it came out. This is a moment right now for you know, black creators. The door is open the Hollywood right now, and I just It's gonna take two flops for them to close the door. I just didn't want to be one of the flaps. You know, it's a lot of pressure where they go this This is the voice that represents all of these people. Exactly. Exactly. The pressure is On. So Tracy. I have to ask just so I know where you are at you recently enrolled at the University of Hawaii. I did. I'm taking some psychology courses and some Hawaiian history and culture courses. And, yeah, I'm excited. Okay, she and I, and this is this is what I am envious about my evil twin sister, which is she does so many different things and has had so many jobs. The only thing I've done is I was a Michael Jackson impersonator. And then I was a cartoonist like that's really the extent of my You can't really just slip. I was a Michael Jackson impersonator. Just like slide that in and then we're all just gonna be like Oh, isn't Yes. Okay. So anyway, it was a very brief There was one brief moment. It was brief but spectacular. It was free foot spectacular show in our high school. We have a variety show every year. And the Stars of the show are always the black male dance group. And the finale of the show was supposed to be a recreation of thriller. And so they we're gonna have tryouts to be Michael Jackson. And had lunch. Someone said Keith, You'd make a good Michael Jackson and one of my friends said Now he's too skinny to be Michael Jackson. Which is kind of a weird thing to say. How skinny were you? Yeah, Yeah, I was. I was skinny, though. And when I went there to try out It turned out that that guy who made fun of me wanted to do it, too. And he got he got it. They wouldn't even let me try out. He's the guy just gave it to him. And here's the thing. We were both in the same dancing crew. So we practiced in our breakdancing outfits. But on the day of the show Came not in my break dancing outfit, but in my Billie Jean outfit and I did not break dance. I did all my Michael Jackson weaves and this is before the finale, so I got to do it first. And at the end of it all these people were hiring me to be Michael Jackson at birthday parties and that fares and events and I made more money than than I make now. Okay, so here's what we have for you. Because we decided you know what medium works Great for cartoons, Radio way We're going to give you dialogue from some of the most famous newspaper comic strips ever. All you have to do is identify the strip. Now I know that He kind of has an unfair advantage in this one. Tracy. Yeah, this is going to go well for me. I can tell, But I think it could be fine because you're gonna work together as a team on this one on just one. Okay. Where did this quote come from? Spaghetti beans, egg, peanut butter and avocado should make a good sandwich. This is from Cartoon. Yep. Yeah, And actually, there is a sandwich. That is a huge Oi, giant sandwich. Okay, a giant sandwich named after So, uh, Tracy, Um, this is a very old school cartoon. Um, this is one of those cartoons where the creator has died decades ago, and they put somebody else on it. And any new cartoonist who tries to get in his car gets completely frustrated because they have cartoons from 75 years ago. I don't know It's Blondie, right? Bloody. Yep. Blondie. Blondie, Blondie. Dagwood. You know Dagwood Bumstead with the giant sandwiches, traces like I don't even like comics. Uh, I know that's true. That's true. All right. Here's another question for you. This comes from a groundbreaking strip from the early 19 hundreds. Oil ignites angel look a nice little love tokens I got for you a nice new fresh 1918 models. Brick. So this cartoonist Actually was a black man passing as a white man to get into the newspaper and stuff like that, but he is known as one of the greatest cartoonists of all time. Are we guessing the cartoon or the cartoonist? It doesn't matter. So for you know, Yes. Give me that. Give us the cartoon. Okay? It's my initials Tracy. Oh, you're expecting me to be Oh, just throwing him out there for you. It's not. It's your throwing up your loving him up and you're expecting me to hit him. Do you remember me and little League is not gonna have it is crazy Cat and it's the cartoonist is George Herriman that is correct. Chairman. Right here is a quote from a beloved comic strip that wrapped up 25 years ago. I like to verb words. I take downs and adjectives and use them as verbs. Remember when access was a thing Now it's something you do It got verb. Calvin and Hobbes. That's what I was. Yeah, you're absolutely Calvin and Hobbes. Yes. Calvin and Hobbes is like That is the ultimate Every cartoonist toe. If we could get anywhere near what Bill Watterson created because he's one of those rare combinations of you know, cartoon is either they're really great writers or they're really great artists, And he's that perfect combination of both and artistic integrity..

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"george herriman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:28 min | 5 months ago

"george herriman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"But on the day of the show Came not in my break dancing outfit, but in my Billie Jean outfit and I did not break dance. I did all my Michael Jackson moves and this is before the finale, so I got to do it first. And at the end of it all these people were hiring me to be Michael Jackson at birthday parties and that fares and events and I made more money than than I make now. Okay, So here's what we have for you because we decided. You know what medium works Great for cartoons, radio. Oh, way Air Gonna give you dialogue from some of the most famous newspaper comic strips ever. All you have to do is identify the strip. Now I know that. Ah, Keith kind of has an unfair advantage of this one. Tracy. Yeah, this is going to go well for me. I can tell, But I think it could be fight because you're gonna work together as a team. On this one on this one. Okay. Where did this quote come from? Spaghetti beans, egg, peanut butter and avocado should make a good sandwich. This is from Cartoon. Yep. Yeah, And actually, there is a sandwich. That is a huge Oi, giant sandwich. Okay, a giant sandwich named after So, uh, Tracy, Um, this is a very old school cartoon. Um, this is one of those cartoons where the creator has died decades ago, and they put somebody else on it. And any new cartoonist who tries to get in is come gets completely frustrated because they have cartoons from 75 years ago. I don't know It's Blondie, right? Flabby? Yep. Blondie. Blondie, Blondie. Dagwood. You know Dagwood Bumstead with the giant sandwiches, traces like I don't even like comics. Uh, I know that's true. That's Z. All right. Here's another question for you. This comes from a groundbreaking strip from the early 19 hundreds. Oil ignites angel look a nice little love tokens I got for you a nice new fresh 1918 models. Brick. So this cartoonist Actually was a black man passing as a white man to get into the newspaper and stuff like that, but he is known as one of the greatest cartoonists of all time. Are we guessing the cartoon or the cartoonist? It doesn't matter. So for you know, Yes. Give me that. Give us the cartoon. Okay? It's my initials Tracy. Oh, you're expecting me to come see? Oh, I'm just throwing him out there for you. It's not insecure, Throwing up. You're lobbing them up and you're expecting me to hit him. Do you remember me and little league? Not gonna have it is crazy Cat and it's the cartoonist is George Herriman. That is correct, Chairman. All right. Here's a quote from a Beloved comic strip that wrapped up 25 years ago. I like to verb words. I take downs and adjectives and use them as verbs. Remember when access was a thing Now it's something you do It got verb. Calvin and Hobbes. That's what I was. Yeah, You're absolutely Calvin it up. Yes. Calvin and Hobbes is like That is the ultimate Every cartoonist. If we could get anywhere near what Bill Watterson created because he's one of those rare combinations of you know, cartoon is either they're really great writers or the really great artists, And he's that perfect combination of both and artistic integrity. Yeah, he's like he's like the punk. He's They're like the only cartoonist punk out there is like, no, I don't want product. You know, I'm gonna go out. I don't You know, I would be some old man doing the same thing like like he was. He was definitely Punk rock so good for him. Is that a cuckoo clock? That was that was the kugel clock. I am married to a German from the black forest, which is where they were invented. And we have to have a cuckoo clock in the house at all times. My mother is Dutch and I grew up with that sound. That is a very familiar and homey sound to me. Uh, we have We have another game for you because you know, this is what happened when we asked. Yes, we go..

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"george herriman" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:35 min | 6 months ago

"george herriman" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"She was a B grade of high school until her great friend Trayvon Martin was shot dead by George Zimmerman. Your idea is your idea. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. How did you like somebody? I don't want any grades. Great assistance slip to to something because off the stress that she suffered, understandably, from the death of her French rave on she's not being offered a chance by Tom Joyner and his people from his foundation. So you go toe college. You've got to get those grades back up and make something of herself. Why would you? Why would you with wonderful Pierre? Why would you be so scathing about Rachel? Gentle and so patron izing. To a young woman who's clearly being through an appalling ordeal on me. When I interviewed I found to be a smart cookie. Like I said, I found it to be fun and warm, engaging. Street smart and clearly from her educational background. No one near is super. Did you like to think she is once again? I never use the word stupid you did. She was the most important witness in a murder trial. It was she was standing between George Harriman and 30 years in jail and for you to act as if she was somehow abused by Don West, whose job was to make sure his client didn't go to jail is outrageous. And as far as education is concerned, I applaud Mr Joyner. He's done a lot of work. In the black community for education. And I would recommend Pierce that we do something about the 50% dropout rate in the inner city and about the fact that President Obama opposes allowing parents to use vouchers to get their kids out of bad government schools and into a better school so they can have a possibility to get to the middle class. That's what we gotta be talking about here instead of some average situation like George Herriman going to Ah, sit somebody that he thinks the suspicious and they haven't exchanged. And there's an unfortunate death, as if somehow that some sort of indictment of America and black people should look over their shoulders every night and act is this Some white guy's gonna jump out of the bush and get them. It is outrageous, Hard work, wins, Get an education. Don't pay attention to negative people and stay focused and you'll be okay in America. That's why most of the people in the world want to come here. That's why you want to come here. Pierce Thank you, Larry Elder. Mm. That would will. Oh, my goodness. When we come back. Democrats on the border, a Democrat congressman on the border Very angry and what Joe Biden has done and John Kennedy, the senator from Louisiana says call in this coronavirus stimulus bill calling calling Calling the calling stimulus on calling the coat coronavirus. Bill Stimulus is like thinking the stripper really likes.

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"george herriman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:58 min | 7 months ago

"george herriman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"She was a B grade of high school until her great friend Trayvon Martin was shot dead. By George Zimmerman. Your idea. Your idea. Wait a minute. Wait a minute. I'm sounding you like somebody You want to know you're in any kind of great. Her grades have since slipped to something because off the stress that she suffered Understandably, from the death of her French rave on She's not being offered a chance by Tom Joyner and his people from his foundation to go toe college. You've got to get those grades back up and make something of herself. Why would you? Why wouldn't you have wonderful Pierre? Why would you be so scathing? About Rachel, gentle and so patron izing to a young woman who's clearly being through an appalling ordeal on me. When I interviewed I found to be a smart cookie. Like I said, I found it to be fun and warm, engaging. Street smart and clearly from her educational background. No one near is stupid. If you'd like to think she is Once again. I never use the word stupid you did. She was the most important witness in a murder trial. It was she was standing between George Harriman and 30 years in jail and for you to act as if she was somehow abused by Don West, whose job was to make sure his client didn't go to jail is outrageous. And as far as education is concerned, I applaud Mr Joyner. He's done a lot of work in the black community for education, and I would recommend Pierce and we do something about the 50% dropout rate in the inner city and about the fact that President Obama opposes. Allowing parents to use vouchers to get their kids out of bad government schools and into a better school so they can have a possibility to get to the middle class. That's what we gotta be talking about here instead of some average situation like George Herriman going to, uh, sit somebody that he thinks the suspicious and they haven't exchanged. And there's an unfortunate death, as if somehow that some sort of indictment of America and black people should look over their shoulders every night and actors. There's some white guys gonna jump out of the bush and get them. It is outrageous. Hard work wins, Get an education. Don't pay attention to negative people and stay focused and you'll be okay in America. That's why most of the people in the world want to come here. That's why you want to come here. Pierce Thank you, Larry Elder. That went well. Oh, my goodness. When we come back. Democrats on the border, a Democrat congressman on the border Very angry and what Joe Biden has done and John Kennedy, the senator from Louisiana, says call in this coronavirus stimulus bill. Calling calling calling calling stimulus on calling the court coronavirus Bill stimulus is like thinking the stripper really likes you. How would he know? I'm Larry Elder? Stuck in Travis, We've got the answer. This'll report is sponsored by Merrill San Leandro South paid 80. After Davis. They crashed off to the side. Look for a delay.

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"george herriman" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

Best Comics Ever

04:03 min | 11 months ago

"george herriman" Discussed on Best Comics Ever

"So he's like at High Praise, right? It was High Praise And when I when I heard back from Gary glues on when the producers about that wage He said hey, this is great. And it's and it's good as it is. I just thought oh, yeah, that's that's right. I mean, I actually write my stories a lot along the same lines as when I think about it at Solomon's scripts a lot of the times cuz his he's so his his it's very economical his style. It gets to the point real quick. I think the Coen brothers are dead by the best in the business, you know, like all-time greats at doing that. They're just they're so quick so witty, they put so much into a scene you can just you know wage and and when they're at their best it's like, you know, like what you're saying before expands in the minds of the the viewer right like a comic and so, you know, you watch something like The Big Lebowski down and watch that over and over again, cuz there's so much there to chew on and and explore but yeah, unfortunately that that's never whether it's the screen off. There's the were intimidated over the years or they just felt like they I don't know they felt they needed to do more because they're getting paid so much. I feel like often really ever did the job as it as I think we as it should be done and everyone did the job as they thought other people wanted them to do it. And so this is why I think the film's never came together and you know, that's partly my fault because I have always asked to not be really that involved and so going back into it after I'm done with a month if we do a film I'll probably be a lot more involved and possibly I mean even possibly being one of one of the people in the director's chairs interesting. Okay? Yeah, so you would potentially consider taking on that role and just going all-in on it at that point. Yeah, it would be to me like redrafting it. Yeah wage. Does that sound does that have appeal to you to go back to the work that you've done or cuz I know for some creators like once they've done a thing. It's out of their system. Right? It's done. Whereas amulet is this, you know, it's expensive, you know, you've been producing now for for a couple of decades at least in your mind creatively are there pieces of it that you look back at and think like I'm actually kind of interested in revisiting those those stories. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I'm I'm a big fan of Justice yorozu the filmmaker and and George Herriman the cartoonist, you know of crazy cat and I look at them works and I see I see there's a wisdom in the process that they have in in their in their works and as and part of it comes about because they're repeating the things that they've done before and so what what it does with their work, Is that it points to the nuances, you know of the storytelling like in George herriman's worked at the story's the same every time there it's like you're stuck in the same loop. It's a groundhog day, right? Yeah home and you know the same things going to happen. But how is it going to happen? And then the how is the is the telling of the story right of the every new crinkle that you see is like this added layer of life that's been added to the thing. So by the end it is the most masterful example.

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"george herriman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:43 min | 1 year ago

"george herriman" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Six again if you want to chime in on this it's two five seven five three nine six I don't know if this person is a metro police officer can you share that with us Sir I commercial with young with natural yeah okay well I appreciate you calling in and obviously we don't want to reveal your name but we appreciate you calling and wanted to tell us your thoughts on this well I I just have one comment so I heard the the gentleman on your shows a a traffic stop for me is different than a traffic stop for you I kind of want talk on that so I don't know I don't know if you're talking about a natural being or where he's from but do not stop thousands of people of my curse been a cop for fifteen years and we don't treat anybody different now I'll tell you this when I'm when I'm off duty and I just stopped by police officer my windows are down because I have ten in my hands on the steering wheel and he looks at me and I look and I said how are you Sir just let you know I'm not the cop work Hey Armonk under something still my hands on the steering wheel my windows are gone and I'm off duty cop but if someone comes up to you know if you go to accounts window where you start the new year will stop because I'm black okay now you're making the officers make a different decision rather than just hello hello can I do for you so his comment you know about the a traffic stop the traffic so if you are two different things will do look in the mirror how are you treating ulcers campaign are you or you treat him with respect okay Sir stay on the line let's look campaign responded that go ahead first of all I got family in law enforcement SS I was taught at a young age you know I'm like like you know a you got a you know do do what they say so you don't get shot did this the is the conversation that we have first of all you don't sound like do let a like you know do do would say black after a while you know like when they pulled me over yes I'm gonna play he goes he goes whatever so but I'm telling you the tone is different because I have been in the car as a passenger and I've been in the car as a driver you know and it's just if there's a different home exam and I know maybe you know it is just people are human is and I had to and when they look they're going to judge in the going to do whatever let me add to what you're saying to the police officer on the line I hear what you're saying and can I just add to what you said my comment on that okay go ahead so I was lucky enough to grow up in Las Vegas in in the inner city what okay so I grew up in a rough neighborhood and I grew up we're kids in my school were half black travel I have very very diverse right so I grew up with friends of every race every creek now I think and I truly believe that this racism is on there it is caught it is taught to use the windows gentleman says we were cold as kids to put your hands up don't shoot do you you're teaching racism if you call a fifty white black and Mexican kids in one room together given Corey they're gonna play together right there and said Hey you act this way because they're going to treat you different than yours and you let me respond to that this item to like first of all I appreciate that you are the way that you wore you know and hopefully nothing changes your perspective but I know because the very first time that I ever had a confrontation with any police officer and and believe me this is in Houston Texas I was writing a four Wheeler like three o'clock in the morning and stuff and the cops got behind we're riding on the street stuff like this but and ten years old you know the cops the stats we off the off the bike and they keep coming it's a kick me that all the service okay when they found out how old I was and they were like okay we'll just take you home now I want to I want to add just the comment about the way I appreciate that phone call and I do I do greatly appreciate your perspective number to call to five seven five three nine six I think there's two sides to the story first of all I agree with that officer if you are pulled over and you have the attitude one wide what I do and you're yelling at the officer and you're screaming at the officer that is an appropriate not easily the officer is not going to treat you as well as you'd like to be treated because you're not treating him right but I will say this I have been in a car myself with some friends of mine that happen to be African American and I've seen it with my own two one where African Americans are pulled over for really no reason I remember one instance where a friend of mine who actually works TV here was pulled over and the officer says well you know what your your license plate it looked like it match another vehicle that was stolen now I don't know whether that officer was telling the truth or not but all you got to do is type in the license plate number and check this person's driver's license and let him on his way we were literally there on the side of the road for twenty minutes and I was getting pissed off I can imagine how he felt and I personally believe believed in that stop the only reason why the officer did it was most likely because this guy was black so you cannot tell me that that never happened before I'm glad that that officer isn't like that and I need to do and I come right he sounds like a good guy I bet you he's a great car okay but not every cop is like him and he has to start thinking that way not everybody is like you okay there are bad people out there are bad cops out there the majority of police officers are good police optional six more phone calls two five seven five three nine six total Lauren Lauren you are next on the Vegas take what's going on yeah I just wanted to point out the fact that the the officer that was on I I'm I'm a I'm an old guy hi she could clearance I have been in the military never been in any kind of trouble I think Helen gun point several times by the police when I get stopped in one by myself it's one story by gamestop with my wife in the car it's another story my wifes African American they go around to her side of the car when she the passenger and they asked her for her driver's license as a passenger and the past and she doesn't have to show her driver's license because the question is not not in the last one to light my display of session well that's a that's absurd and I'm sorry they do that because that is completely ridiculous it I mean and and and I I'm very respectful I I put my windows down just like the concept of put my hands on the steering wheel I mean I I've had a gun held to my head why they're questioning me yeah it also so that's horrible you know what this is why I say Lauren and by the way I appreciate the call and I'm very sorry that you had to go through that you and your wife this is why I always say you know how we handle this I'm gonna tell you we must demand this from our police officers and law enforcement these body cameras need to be on twenty four seven a police officer should never have the right to turn off a body camera I want audio and video and don't you tell me it would cost too much money to the taxpayer think about all the money that these police officers in the and law enforcement event to paid out through lawsuits for misconduct some of these lawsuits would never happen and I'm telling you if you put these body cameras on twenty four seven police officers will think differently for the few of them that are you know not behaving properly to five seven five three nine six let's go to bill billion my understanding is that you're retired metro police officer so what better person to talk about this the new bill thank you go ahead I served twenty five years metro wow and and I can tell you this the most dangerous college account will have will be difficult reaching traffic shot in a domestic disturbance when you show up will someone you wear the uniform and a badge of the launch respond officer in it it's not weak demand your respect but we try to give our respect to use first and it all depends on your response now the gentleman that can hold over and had guns I have never known that example check out my twenty five years John there's more chance that they need to guy in in you can you can draws a million different scenario I understand bill what you're saying there are two sides to every story I get that but with that being said you have to admit bill that there are even though it might be a small majority there are police officers out there that are racist there are police not not not the majority that's not what I'm saying but there are police officers out there that show misconduct probably on a regular basis and I think in those specific situations where a police officer does something wrong it god for bid maybe shoot somebody that they should a shot they need to be prosecuted and I think in too many of these cases officers are are off Scot free because they've got the backing up of other officers and I think that's wrong I agree with you one hundred percent the end of a law enforcement officer sure sure on one in is not a just a final shooting they should be prosecuted and placed in jail it's just that simple Sir if they'll listen I appreciate your service to metro think you said you were a twenty five year veteran of the police department and it sounds like you're a good up good police officer and I have no problem with our taxpayer dollars going to to pay you yet that salary you get every year because it sounds like you deserve it to five seven five three right on bill yeah I know yeah the family he was cool Brian and campaign this has nothing to do with George Herriman now I mean that's just not the money the waters George Zimmerman was not a cop we have a call right but but but but what what it shows is how the media and prosecutors and and family members can conspire to come together to put out a false narrative that changes public opinion so you're and and and and what we should be doing is trying to get to the.

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"george herriman" Discussed on X96

X96

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"george herriman" Discussed on X96

"Really have to say I was thinking about this I wonder what Mike pence's thinking about all is he happy is he scared is he excited like at midnight is the leaning over the mother from their separate bad whispering First Lady and then she says good night Mister president I mean is that has to be going up quietly discussing this all the time radio from nine fifty one you're like those so fried egg potato chips Dave yeah it's like a Friday K. so your friend in her so Gina you were asking of Amy so there is is in the Mandalorian I do she's trending on Twitter and there's all these pictures of her holding baby Yoda she is so she is in the Mandler wanted Manny for baby iota watch this afternoon and let you know baby Otis nanny your cheatin van baby iota are gonna craft together that'll be good at home with baby I see the picture doesn't look like her very much well she's very good at not looking like for her so I mean she's yeah that's true she wears a lot of costumes and somebody says right now I'm holding out hope that her brother David will be the voice of the baby are there a swimming her baby to speak although Laura Dern someone at admiral holding I'm sorry thank you for Laura Dern said I ran into baby iota at the basketball game and that's all I'm going to say which tells me she ran in to whomever is voicing baby Yoda worked the puppeteer or the or the pop sorry I hate to do that way that's a public I know right it's a it's a puppet that Werner Herzog is in love with by the way they were doing a shot as for and they were doing a shot and he's and he's talking to the public giving it direction right and the the the they kept saying we can't the puppeteers can't hear you you need you for talking you need to talk on there and then they did a they said well we need to remove the puppet from the shot Werner to to do a special effect shot votes you mean you mean you would be doing the special effect of of the of the baby Yoda yeah we need to do that for for special effects reasons to Los removed well we have to for the special known if you do you are cowards Boehner the week let's go I did the flower guy he is here as you heard he's a sampling he brought us a well he brought Gino Christmas card apparently Hank you guys that we put it up on the call it was for all of upon the tree yeah well thank you Dave I just don't know she handed it to Gina so I thought maybe we just went over so what they'd be ready to select one or the week yeah and you've been listening all week yeah you've got I don't know how you do it I couldn't stand to listen to the show every day all week long but you do and you know what the voter candidates are and now we're going to just run through them quickly and you'll tell us which one you think is the worst the one you won't listen to all week in the one you really want number one for Monday are having to Daddy's is wrong well that's the teacher substitute teacher here in Utah who when a little kid in the class said the like eleven year old this Christmas I'm thankful for having two dads adopt me the teachers substitute teacher went off on a big diatribe about how homosexuality is wrong you shouldn't be thankful for that at all kids in the class were trying to stop this substitute from I I mean I applaud the class yes Sir they went to the principal fifth graders that was great I thought who then there's voter candidate number two from Tuesday my dinner with my secret dinner with trump as mark Zuckerberg the guy who owns Facebook started it known to and he apparently had a secret dinner with trump who knows what they discussed he's not really saying he said it's it's it's private stuff mmhm boater Canada number three from Wednesday fetal burials that's what grieving parents want so there are some states who tried to pass these laws and the prediction is there will be more laws that when a fetus is aborted instead of you usually it's incinerated with medical waste it will be the law that there has to be a burial like a death certificate and a burial okay Boehner candidate number four from Thursday George is not done yet that's George Zimmerman saying now he's going to sue the family of Trayvon Martin and boater candidate number five today's winner Spain's Big Brother house takes it to the extreme it's a tough week no so which one Dave George Herriman George Zimmerman innings ever yeah he is a yeah I mean to to do that to travel and they took he took their son away and now he inflicts himself further upon them alright there's your bullets the week thank you do all rights I've had a horrible week I'm sorry and I don't know what is going to get better I did have a habit you had your proceed not a procedure of test yeah because I've for various reasons I can have an MRI so I have to have what's called a Milo Graham and Matt's itself more involved process you know its an MRI they just put you in the tube and turn on the the magnets lie very still yeah but this they have to inject dye contrasts dies in your back so that they they may have to take X. rays of various Connell so in its it shows pretty much the same thing it's just harder to do one more involved yeah really I was there for three hours two on that list yeah so our general tomorrow nine eleven to one yeah I'll be seated most of the time because I can't walk for eleven to one at the Melba cider down on fourth west all rights and I will be later that day at the sprint in West Valley out on fifty six hundred west from two to four thank you all right let's do the promo and get outta here open just lost it for some reason there we go okay the weekend is here but radio from hell will be back on Monday at six forty five and brass will be in the.

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"george herriman" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"With Carson in Saint Pete Carson how are you I'm doing good how are you today good thanks for the call excellent thank you I just wanted to call and say that I found this piece will beginning in long I believe that you know he was completely justified in self defense only you know listed with Lachlan hat amounts of in DNA and this is what I think the fact that his emotional attacks on one side of the store like that have caused them on the ground you have no idea how they're going to respond and that's what happened in this case the slight turning away I don't think that was evidence of him withdrawn and if this was you know an officer of the law I think they would if you can identify on it so I really just think this is a great blow to us you know the symbols of civil rights and and people who want to stand their ground and and you know protect themselves you know this could have been anybody could've been you let him walk in you know you never know what's gonna happen thanks for the call Carson couldn't disagree more with that caller I thought the verdict was spot on a top Jerry got it right let let me go to you feel excel about the what he had in his system at the time does that play a role did the defense even make a big deal about that during the course they try to but the autopsy results in the toxicologist explained that the up what the it was it not a only a trace amount or an amount it was the metabolites of MDMA so it's not even the full it's not even MDMA there would you would be feeling that the talks getting a fax there was one toxicologist you the defense put on the stand whose try to make that argument but it's up to the jury decide the state's toxicologist said no you would not be feeling those aggressive affects an MDMA he made the case are you made the argument that your fact that's a it's not really an aggressive drug it's kind of more you know kind of like a mind altering drug but in a different kind of way but the the bigger picture is for for them to say that it was what based on what was in a system that made him aggressive and therefore that aggravated the situation the amount that was in the system was not parent MDMA it was a breakdown product and and this all comes down to again the moments when the break up pulls the gun out that was and you want to just draw it if you're watching that video yeah and you want to hit pause at one point where it turns from self defense in the manslaughter right it is where the gun comes out yeah and mark you spoke often legally speaking not even been designed opinion but legally speaking that's where he turns to go away it's over there's no morning to shoot and that is in the jury instruction explains that'll how that works and I get there's there's people listening to people watch a video and and they're thinking of themselves when the heat of the moment you know it's not that simple as well or watching the video in slow motion or pausing it but but the law is right though you have to look at that in because you're a jury is looking at this in slow motion to make those decisions even if it was a cop shooting yeah I would argue that of a cop got shoved to the ground and then he'd shot someone who is turning away from him they probably will get charged and there was somebody on the jury the foreman look let me go to his comments real quick because he said personally I do feel the marquee smoke locked in unnecessarily provoke Mister Drake about pushing them I don't think that was necessary the same time using the gun wasn't needed and he said this is the jury foreman he shifted his position to guilty after re watching security video of the incident and getting a better understanding of the law he said quote he had time to think do I really need to kill this man no he didn't but he chose to write and that's a perfect and we don't often hear from the jurors in these types of cases because of high profile but that is what the juror has to go through any analysis that they have to make and that's how serious it is for them when they're in that jury room and deliberating because they're looking at the evidence they're looking at what the defense pointed out there looking at the state pointed out and that's what they're gonna goes back to their package jury instructions to figure out is this self defense or is it was there that moment where across that line in the jury foreman added I think this is important he said I think simply drawing the gun would have been enough at that point Mister Drake I had the upper hand right and that was something we pointed out when we first started talking about this case eight hundred nine six nine ninety three fifty two is the number I'm gonna Bob in Tampa Bob how are you I'm good Sir I have a question for Felix actually three questions one why did they choose to charged with manslaughter instead of second degree and what is the difference in the the sentencing on that and I've got my third but I'll take my well inches off the off the idea that they were called absolute one it depends on the facts and circumstances so in this case manslaughter deals with more of those few to the moment type situation resolved how quickly that happened depraved indifference murder which is second degree murder is a higher standard and there's different things that you need to consider in the jury instructions in terms of depraved mind the lack of ill will hatred spite evil intent there's more of an intent element without reaching degree premeditated murder so they had a lot of makes more sense for the second yeah anything might happen and you also you don't want to over charge in these cases and you mentioned this a lot with which case was it Zimmerman yes with George Herriman because they went for they did second green murder which think they could have that case was approval secondary murder my opinion Casey Anthony Anthony where they all completely over chart right where it should have been aggravated manslaughter trial dealer for first degree murder where they were not getting to that point so that's a choice that prosecutors have to make and it's a sliding scale between second and manslaughter and sometimes it's a sliding scale between second and first what you want to go for premeditated or second which is I would say easier to prove it's more understandable fitting the circumstances for the jury as to the other question you had about the sentence it was second degree murder then he would be facing a license a firearm was involved the possibility of like not mandatory life okay so you go from a Max of thirty up to a Max of deadly life and definitely a longer send someone is going to get here yes potentially but that's where the the disparity is eight hundred nine six nine ninety three fifty two the number let me go to Jim in Clearwater Jim how are you yes good afternoon Sir I'm fine thank you for asking gonna make my point of view Sir if I wasn't a juror not.

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