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The 2020 Oscar Nominations Din't Have To Look Like This
"We now know who was nominated for this year's Academy Awards and who wasn't there were no women pick for the directing Oscar and only one person of color. Harriet Stars Cynthia. Rio was among the twenty acting nominees. He's but what if like Hollywood does in a few movies. There was an alternate history to the Oscars. Franklin Leonard wrote about his imagined Academy Award nominations for the Washington Post. He's the creator of the blacklist an annual compilation of much admired but unpredicted movie scripts Franklin. Welcome back to the show. Thanks for having me the back. So we're not so sad. Your column is almost funny. It could have been a satirical piece from the onion. What motivated it? Well here's here's the interesting thing right like it. It didn't necessarily need to even be ready satire if anything you know. The article was written as a as a list of all of the people could reasonably have been nominated in place of those who got nominated and I think that there are additional people. That aren't even mentioned in the article. who also could have gotten reasonably? We nominated and no one would have batted an eye except for the fact that it would have been unusual that all the nominees people of color that all of the directing on these women which you know is so far from our reality only because history would suggest that all the nominees should be white and all the directors should be met. Well let's talk about that right. Because there was a lot of great artistic accomplishment from people who weren't nominated I think about hustlers from Lorraine Skafar you on the star Jennifer Lopez Lulu Wong the director of the Farewell Greta Gerwig who made little women performances by Alfie Woodard and clemency Aquafina and farewell the entire cast a parasite right nominated for best picture. None of the actors were so. What's the disconnect in your mind between the great work and the recognition or lack of recognition of that? Great Work Work. I mean the short answer is racism and sexism in the intersection between the two. I think that there is a fundamental lack of appreciation for the work of women directors and the work of Actors of Color. I mean I. I saw it in on my twitter timeline. And yesterday people saying Oh Jennifer for Lopez wasn't really acting playing herself you know and I think there's an assumption that you know the actors in parasite or somehow that's just who they are. They're not actually performing. If you've been in a room with a with Song King Ho you know that that was a heck of a performance. So I think that the assumptions and the appreciation and the value that we give to these performances into these directing Sort of accomplishments is diminished. Because of. WHO's doing it? Someone told me you know. Why are you trying to inject politics politics into these decisions? And it's not that I'm trying to inject politics into it is the politics are already in it. I'd like to see them removed or at least an acknowledgement the extent to which the politics there. We're talking with blacklist Creator Franklin Leonard About this year's Oscar nominations earlier this morning a read a piece in the Guardian about how award. Nominations granted people of Color especially women are often for subservient roles like slaves nannies maids. And that's movies like twelve years a slave that help babble even Roma g think there's some truth in that for the few women and women of color who are recognized they play a certain kinds of part and not another kind of role Yeah I think it's pretty arguable. You look at the list of women of color that have been nominated in London You know I suppose. In theory those nomination is progress because She's not playing a slave. The entire time in actually is playing a freedom fighter rescue slaves but no I look I think that there is again and there are some by a large percentage of certain demographics of American culture and really sort of Western culture culture about what role is appropriate for women specifically women of Color. They are far more comfortable with women in those roles than they are. If you stray too far afield and I suspect Jennifer Lopez playing a stripper gets one over on the men that she is supposed to be dancing for left left. Some significant percentage of members who the Kademi uncomfortable since actors are by far the biggest block of Academy voters. Why do the Oscar? Nominations differ from the screen actors guild. which nominated Jamie Foxx from just mercy the Peter Neon go from us and Jennifer Lopez from hustlers I suspect it's age. I I again this. I'm I'm not an expert on this. You can probably correct me if I'm wrong. But the threshold to join SAG is a lot lower in terms of career accomplishment than the threshold to join the academy and therefore it sort of seems inevitable that the academy voters are probably at least the mean significantly older than your average Sag goater and given the changes that have happened in the industry particularly over the last twenty years. I suspect that has something to do with the different nominations. The academy to a certain extent stint can only recognize movies that get made even if Oscar voters still ignored a lot of great work from underrepresented filmmakers and actors. Now you've worked as a creative executive. I can Hollywood so from where you sat on that side of the table. What needs to change in the kinds of movies that are made and who gets to make them so the academy voters voters at least can pick from a wider pool of eligible performances? Films having the same changes that needs to be made in any hiring environment where there's endemic matthias you know. We need to hire a labor force. That's more representative of the culture. As a whole we need to empower them to tell the stories. If they're most excited about telling we you need to make sure they have the resources to tell those stories well And then I think that combined with the changing demographics of the academy membership. I think you'd see a real shift over time in what gets awarded. I think it's really important to remember that you know the reason this conversation sort of pivots around the academy as bad as the time. I'm during the year when the industry is the most visible to the world and I think that it's the time when you know they're they're they're the most outside pressure can be exerted and it's it's the clearest opportunity community to make these cases right that no women were nominated for best director. It's a lot easier to understand that than it is to understand that ninety percent of the movies that are directed a studios are directed by men by so. I think that that's why this conversation happens around this time of year but the real issue and the one that matters is who Who tells the stories of our time? Do they have the resources to tell them. And do they have the autonomy to tell them as they see fit. So let me ask you this last question. We know that the academy I suspect is probably a little mortified. That only one person of color was nominated in the acting races and that no women were many directors. Is it going to be same as it always was the year from now two years from now. How quickly are we not going to be having this conversation? You know I think that the end of the day we're doing with small data sets and you know the IT. It takes a long time to make movies put movies into the marketplace and then run them through the award season so you know even if everything changed as of today we probably wouldn't be looking at a major change until twenty twenty two and as we all know Those changes tend to be even more glacial than the industry. So it's hard to say you know hopefully within this decade Lord knows. I'm going to do everything to make sure it happens faster. Franklin Leonard is the creator of the blacklist. His piece in the Washington Post is called the twenty twenty Oscar Oscar. Nominations didn't have to look like this. Franklin thanks so much for coming back on the show. Thanks for having
"goater" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Up in just about ten minutes. Liz Feldman, the creator of the series dead to me just got renewed yesterday by Netflixing sure enough. He's coming on today. So can't wait to talk to get a lot of questions for love that series. If you haven't seen it yet stars, Christina, Applegate, Linda Cartolini and fantastic series only one to one season so far really good. And got a lot of questions for her. And a meantime. Waffles. There's a waffles a big sports guy for those of you don't know. And there's something that's got his knickers in a not. So I'm gonna give you a couple of minutes here to get this off your chest. Waffles, you go. Right ahead vs. You see the thing going on the Tom Brady is now enraged, all of New York Mets nation. I have. Yes. So Tom Brady is seeking to trademark the nickname. Tom terrific. Now, for those you out there that are listening that are all while my age or, you know, within ten years of my age. Probably don't know that Tom terrific was actually the nickname for hall of fame pitcher, Tom Seaver for the couple of decades that he pitched in the major leagues including here in Boston fervor, what seven games not only seven games, but it was part of his deal that he didn't have to be with the team if he wasn't pitching. I never heard of that before, but Seaver was just. And then the other four days. Yeah, you're not you're golf there. But whatever. I assume that this isn't really Brady doing this. I assume this is some people, I'm sure, and I'm not sure that he knows about it. But even if he does, or doesn't is irrelevant they shouldn't, get the name, I think he should. That's not there's two reasons why he shouldn't. I think it's a very high standard in order to get a name trademark part of it should be that you are. Recognizably identifiable with that name. For example, Lou Gehrig, the Ironhorse. Sure. Because when I hear Ironhorse I think Lou Gehrig, salt, miss, what? Yup. Babe Ruth, splendid splinter Ted Williams, like there's certain the great one wouldn't go down the list, whatever. But there's certain names that are so obviously used. So when you hear Tom terrific, you immediately think of Tom Seaver. Yes. See. I see. Okay. But that's number one, but you don't think Brady this is the problem copyright is for protection. So that. Someone can't profit off of you anyone trademark. Yeah. Okay. But anyone selling his shirt that says, Tom terrific, no one's going to buy that. Thinking Brady will once he gets it will they can't do it then. But, but so unless Brady's now nicknaming himself. Tom terrific. It's not his name. No one goes, he's go. You wanna do. Tommy Goater Brady go to find, but he, he would be better doing that. Gio, ET than doing Tom Sawyer. He's not Tom terrific. Nobody calls them that nobody but anyways v because Mets fans are just a miserable bunch of. Anyway, they're planning to gather at an upper east side restaurant called sojourn today at five pm for a Boston tea party. See what they did there, where they will where they will dump jerseys and memorabilia of Brady into garbage bags filled with beans. I stupid with Sola. Then what are they gonna fish them out? And then wash them and take them back home with them or like, why would anyone in New York have her? So she vers former teammate arch sham ski will be in attendance at the rally to discuss the legacy of the one and only. Tom terrific, Tom Seaver while fans will hold a press conference, demanding Brady apologize to see her his family, and Mets fans everywhere soldier in the restaurant will provide free beer and food for any Mets fans in attendance. The I'm for Brady getting this just because it's made Mets Mets Twitter Mets nations. So angry and I just want them to be miserable for everything anyway, the Mets fans have pretty miserable. I'm wondering, I haven't seen it, but I'm wondering if. Tom Seaver is plaque in the hall of fame. I bet it says, Tom terrific think it does. Yeah. I think I saw the picture of it that he would have to. He is that that's absolutely him. So this is a foolish thing that Brady's people do you think that's one of the best nicknames over? Sports wise. I if you relevant, whether it's good or not. But yeah. That was his name, if you had to come up with the top ten no, I did. I see where you're going here. Li- waffles. You want to do that tomorrow. Why not? All right. So we'll do the top ten sports nicknames of all time. Tom Terrific's not going to be in there. But Tom terrific is Tom a lightning list. Yeah. We'll be I could even find ten times that are better to be terrific than Thompson. Who's doing at me or you because I I'm happy to do it. Turco Health Day of the ten best sportsman, I'll give him my Craigslist. Correct. Ten fine tomorrow, top ten sports nicknames of all time in honor of Tom terrific, who is Tom Seaver, who is Tom Brady? Eightieth TB, twelve Tom terrific. He's on all the above. I remember when they tried to put cool Tom on him because Montana was cool, Joe or Joe cool that didn't work either Bremer guilt. I remember Gil Santos calling calling them. Tom perfect. Multiple Brady is so good. He doesn't need. He's risen above that. That's the thing about Brady others need it because you wouldn't know him. Otherwise, quick break. When we come back, we're talking to lose fell. Been the director of the writer and creator. I should say of the series dead. At farmers insurance. We know every windshield collision has.
"goater" Discussed on KTRH
"Is available at ITC claims dot com. Coriolis at NewsRadio seven forty KTAR, h Oklahoma Goater Kevin stood declaring a state of emergency. For all seventy seven Oklahoma counties affected by flooding, and severe storms. The city manager Craig Stevenson saying that he's never seen the flooding this band before this is the worst that anybody can recall in recent history. And so. People talked about thirty years, maybe in the eighties. There was a flood like this, Oklahoma department of emergency management is also responding to hundreds of calls for damage to property. A federal judge blocking pro-life law just days after it was signed Mississippi's new law banning abortions, when a fetal heartbeat can be detected around six weeks of pregnancy was to take effect July. First putting the ban on hold district. Judge carlton? Reeves wrote, here we go again, accusing state lawmakers of defying his court last year. The Obama appointee struck down another Mississippi law, which banned abortions at fifteen weeks of pregnancy in this preliminary injunction Reeves siding, with attorneys for Mississippi's only abortion clinic, who argued the new law would eliminate all abortions in the state because most women don't even know they're pregnant when a fetal heartbeat is I detected Jane Netzler, Fox News. The Astros lose Sunday to the Red Sox four to one. They will play the cubs this afternoon memorial. You can hear it live coverage starting at noon over on sports talk seven ninety our next update's at four thirty. Breaking information.
"goater" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Hit to a point where he's really confident driving where they need to go. Are you Suming? He's not confident right now. I would assume his grabbing the ball. He he's confident. He knows where the pitches are going. They're just getting fucking teed off. Yeah. He says some things in fury me. It's it's done is looked it up it. So it's a two year deal. The third year vests in twenty twenty one option if a has one hundred sixty five innings pitched or twenty seven games started twenty twenty. In twenty twenty. Okay. Yeah. I said we'll see. Yeah. Happens terrible holder and green and relief were were just as bad. We touch on them. Obviously. I mean, they were five one on Friday night, and every and we're cruising fucking LeMay. He was a few hits or shell it even coming through and gardeners hitting a home run in our face, even though he should be leading off. But he you know, he doesn't tend to do this thing where we should on him. And then he hits home run. So we have to keep shit on him from linked great will do it. And then they just blow this lead. And green is terrible in the rain comes in. They just fucking call the game. I had run line on Friday night. And you have to the game to go full nine innings remind the count. So that that. Oh, wow. Yes. Catechal? I mean, I did lose the money line as well. But I the rum. It was nice to get that back say that. It's just crazy thinking back to. Where we were recording last Sunday night to now I mean because at one fifteen three last Sunday thought even for their above five hundred feeling confident heading into the Houston series known. We're going to beat up on the light socks this weekend. A one and Buchan five. Just when Boone said since turned the corner, quote are there one in five right? I mean, it says every single night. So I don't know which one do we could haircut Yankees are constantly just they're going around event. There's going around bed said to me this must be one. Hell a corner. It's a big. It is a big ass corner giant Goater is really slow walkers each want one of the other it's taken so long to turn this corner. Yeah. Like, he he hadn't said we're going to sprint around the corner or just like walk like a snail. But there's a corner we're turning it. That that. Stupid. I hate him so much more this year than last year. And it just because I've learned as they're losing. Well, yes, but I've also learned to live with the game Sydney because I just know they're not his, but I'm more on focusing more. What he's saying? And I'm in because zeroing on that. And not looking everything like, you know, as a whole. I just realized like how annoying is person. He's a net. He's just annoying. She's a pest. I just don't understand how you can say the same thing to the media every single day in that light of five judge on Friday night. Judges getting thrown at thrown it. But it started to pour of winning first and third, and I actually went on Instagram live for like, you know, whoever on the watch. I was losing my mind and Boone is leading the game. Go on while. It's pouring rain. The the pitcher Nate Jones had no command of his vassal. 'cause he couldn't grip the ball and Boone just sits there any. Let's judge hit. Judge gets hit in the head as the Neo the matrix dive out of the way, and then it gets in the shoulder and just doesn't do anything, buddy..
"goater" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Robert Muller's report will be released in weeks. Not months report was great. Could not have been better said, no obstruction. No collusion. That's half. True. The special counsel did not find collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, but he made no determination on obstruction of Justice. Attorney general Bill bars team is in the process of deciding what can legally be released, and what must be held back because it would be a violation of law. Colorado's branding logo is changing gone the green triangle the new logo features in evergreen tree. Next to the letter C Goater police unveiled the new multicolored logo. The tree represents Colorado's natural resources and spirit the red symbolizes Colorado's red soil and rocks. In addition blue in a portion of the letter c represents water a touch of yellow pays tribute to sunshine in we'd on the eastern plains dual purple mountain peaks, pay tribute to the high country logo was done in house at no additional cost to taxpayers, Jerry, Bill KOA NewsRadio. We've. Posted the new logo on KOA, NewsRadio dot com. And on our Facebook page in sports NFL hall of Famer Michael Irvin being tested for throat cancer. The former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver posting on Instagram that he had to get a biopsy in California because he'd been having trouble. Speaking for several months, Ervin says he's terrified about the prognosis because his father died of throat cancer. He's asking for prayers for his family. No word on when the NFL network commentator. We'll find out results of the tests next update at seven thirty. David Kay, okay away. Newsradio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM Dros. No doing it. Right means getting more bang for your buck because putting more towards your bottom line.
"goater" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Just calling. So no shadows from Phil or Chuck. And to celebrate the Hawksworth blood center is holding a blood drive today. Brand new we're we're opening all centers on Saturday from eight AM until three thirty. And then as well on Sunday, we are opening up for platelet, donors, and Anderson and blue ash Alicia Lipton says all donors will get a special groundhog day t shirt earlier this week Hawksworth said that had a critical need for both type a an typo blood. You can schedule an appointment or walk ins are welcome a growing number of politicians. Thank Virginia's governor needs to resign after he admitted that he is one of the men who appears in a racist costume in a photo in his nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook Goater north apologizing. Democrats Republicans and the NWEA CP's Reverend Kevin Chandler says he must step down always given the current climate. We can recover from something such as this northern saying that. Behavior is an in keeping with who. He is today in the values these fought for in the military in medicine and public service. Another picture now revealed from his military academy yearbook with the nickname that contains a racial slur. Andy Field ABC news, Washington. News Radio seven hundred wwl w sport. College basketball last night. It was UP UI defeating N K U eighty three to seventy seven. That's not the north as six game winning streak. College action tonight. SMU takes on the Cincinnati Bearcats fifth third arena. Seven hundred wwl ws. Coverage begins at seven thirty H L hockey last night, cyclones knockoff rapid city. Six three. Clones are home tonight against Tulsa Super Bowl..
"goater" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Five letty grow grass roots organization mission statement, future-proof the kids, let them learn stuff. Stop hovering over them with the helicoptering in the lawn racing and stuff like that. How do you feel about your kids raised easier or tougher than you, do you think parents today too over protective of the children Joe's in basking ridge, New Jersey, one zero one point five, hey, Joe. Hey, how are you? Good. How are you? Excellent. Thank you. Yeah. I stumbled upon this let Rhode dot org about two weeks ago. And about last week, my eight year old son. We we needed orange juice, and I I hold onto the crowd gave him twenty bucks. And let them get the orange juice all by himself. And I just felt like it gave him more confidence. It gave me more confidence in him. And I think it's a good thing. I I totally agree. I mean, you know, when I was a kid, and again, I'm going to do when I was a kid all night tonight with this. But, you know, do you remember when you were a kid, and you know, you mom, gave you twenty bucks instead Goater store and get you know, and then the list and you brought it back, and you totally on your own. Absolutely. Yeah. Yeah. He he got a sense of independence. He feels like man. He's got the confidence of his father. He's a happy kid. And and you got you got added going to buy juice. You got it. You got it. I love it. Thanks for the call the New Jersey one zero one point five, remember, right? Get me a pack of cigarettes, Packer, raleigh's. Forget the coupon. Get me this that and the other thing lorries on a turnpike, a New Jersey one point five. Hey, laurie. Hey, how are you? I'm good. How are you? Good. I just wanted to say, I am minded forties. You sound like mid twenties. Late seventies early eighties. So you know, I it is different. I have three daughters or eleven sixteen and nineteen. And I gotta tell you growing up for them. I always very hard on them harder than you know, it worked for me because I knew how it works. When I grow up. I always gave him the independence. My husband. And I volunteer all the time. Involved in sports and stuff like that. But I have to tell you the most gratifying thing for me as a parent, right? I'm actually on my way, home I volunteered in Newark serving food and giving out you know, jackets, and all sudden. These families need, and I'll tell you what I did it. I actually asked my daughter who is in college right after she wanted to do it as a family. She is now volunteering and clubs in college. So I think it definitely rubbed off guys. I actually was shoulder to shoulder with her tonight serving food, and it was the most gratifying thing for me. That is great. That is great Laurie. Now was it easy when you were a kid growing up, right? Things was so much tougher. And yet today, it's it's much safer outside maybe safer than it's ever been. And yet parents are still hovering over the kids and not letting them do anything on their own. What do you think? I think that you have to you know, in today's world, I think you have to, you know, be on top of them and know what's going on. But for me what we've done for our kids growing up. We've given them a life of giving back and responsibility independence, very early on. And I think that when you see that as they grow up take that on as their own. I think it's just so important. I think you absolutely have to be involved in today's world Laurie. Thanks for the call to New Jersey one zero one point five one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five how much freedom. Do you? Give your kids in at what age how much, you know. How often do you? Let them go out. I would age you let them go out. And do what they want unsupervised without you hovering over them is twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen let it grow. Let it. Grow says, give your kids responsibility. Let them try and do things on their own. Let them find out what life is like how do you feel about that? How are we overprotecting? Children. Do you feel things are safer now than they've ever been? And yet kids are more parentally dependent. Now, here's parents are. So overprotective, many parents are overprotective not all that. They don't give the kids the freedom to grow. Do you agree or disagree? If your child will left alone to their own volition, if your child will left in the situation of MacAulay Culkin in home alone. Would he be able to survive would he be able to think or she be able to think on her feet that way? One eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five and how is it? Ask yourself this. How is it when you were growing up Viet in the sixty seventies eighties nineties, millennial, you know? Two thousands. How did you? How were you able to make it if things were more dangerous than than they are now? Yeah. We hear about so much more. Now, we hear about so much more. And because you've got so many talk shows hosts and things giving their opinion. And then you turn it on like, you turn on CNN, you turn on FOX and hoses giving their opinion. And they've got a panel on the screen of about six different people all giving their opinion and that leads the udub. He will. He must know what they're talking about their experts and the opinions get easily swayed. But most important opinion is your opinion is a parent and your relationship with your child or young adult as they grow. How much freedom? Do you? Give them how much did you have one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five. I'm Steve trevelise is seven.
"goater" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"But the disturbing especially when we have this fancy about how great oldies naughty countries on that kind of shadow now emerging except I think swing Democrats. We we kinda overplayed them we keep talking about fall, right because they had Nazi roots. But they've moved away from the more like you Kip in the UK, which you kind of you. On fetch cool, the fascist don't really want to have a drink spo- drinks party. It'll get you know, there'll be some arguments the end of it. But there's going to be goose-stepping. So that's why you can start talking about the Sweden Democrats at she doing Ryan confidence deal with the motorists because I know like fall fall writes. But just still everybody's getting, yuck. We don't go the touch this the one that keeps coming up for me is Germany which also had problems with with creating a coalition along deadlock Merckel sort of grand coalition. Some would see as a model. But is it? It's it's not really worked out for her. There has it. I guess so, but it's interesting in the in Germany, the green party has been doing rather. Well, hasn't it which is interesting to see a party that was in some respects as marginalized as the fall right in terms of I mean, sending the UK political system when you think about how few I how how how little I shouldn't political influence in terms of seats behind. But yeah, in Germany is really kind of encouraging to see that progressive environmental. Conscious policy doing better. Correct. You I think the greens will say jumps in Sweden. I may have got that wrong. But it's always like people are beginning to look for alternatives because they fed up with the kind of sort of same old let you know, right divisions. The thing you can do something more. How do we shake it up again? Which is also, you know, Italy and five star. Let's let's let's think again about how we do politics isn't interesting then in this time, they're still countries that don't even entertain the idea of a coalition. I mean in Canada where I'm from. It's just that just doesn't happen in other countries. It's it is the norm. That's the way things. Aspect of the political culture. Is there an actual ruling the constitution that just the culture? Right. I mean, look at America's is completely divided. Right. You're you're you're for or against one side or the other. But in other countries, it's like we're going to have to work something out in some countries. Have that don't have that culture. At all what shape is your parliament. Does do they face each other? Or is it in a semicircle? It's in a big horseshoe. Yeah. So they could does she do a coalition. This naturally do it. Yeah. It's always interesting to see where people sit and there's more space than there is down of Westminster's, well, less them fees. But perhaps on that note, we will finally move onto a nother weighty issue making headlines in France, this time how much does a kilogram way. Well, the keepers of the international prototype. Kilogram legrand. K it's actually called are the people to ask the weight by which all other kilograms are measured is kept in a vault below ground at the international bureau of weights. I'm not making this up. This actually true in the bureau of weights and measures in Paris. But this week experts are reassuring whether this standard reassessing rather whether the standard adhered to since eighteen eighty nine the same year, the Eiffel tower was completed is really the most efficient were universal way to understand what accuser Graham ways leader of water, for example, available world wind does pretty much the same job joy. Should we be dog? Gidley bound by objects such as this grand k-. What I quite like I was thinking about this, and I was thinking about scales. So if you go to buy clothes in a women's clothes shop, you'll find that every closed shop has different sizes and say one shop you'll give in and you'll find your fourteen you'll think Goater go.
"goater" Discussed on View From the Penalty Box
"You can leave Goater diplomatic. You didn't have the opportunities. Like you have now in Europe any pay pretty good. So you pretty well have to take all the negative of us. But again, that's just not the way for me to grow. Hey, wanna think teachers must son said, you know, Domenech in any names? But I remember these teachers names, and I remember even in grade one I I in school. I didn't know you could run down a hallway when his recess time at Iran down the hallway and a gun trouble at the Colt me into the principal's office, and they used to strap you those days first day, Greg one, I got strapped, and that's dropped right up until Greg nine every year. And when you say. Strap where they were the hitting you. And what are they hitting you with the had this great big leather belt that was about six inches across long piece of leather. And yet the bend over and a wack John about with that thing. Yet it was. But I remember some of the teachers, and boy you can't get away with this kind of abuse that I know I had taken some of the other students. I guess I had a lot more energy in you know, obviously that kind of works against you. I I just remember like I said, I got strapped every year. And I don't think I was at that of a kid. He maybe talked to somebody else they might be. But I don't think so I just remember like grade seven the teacher for some reason was nasty scheme the little guy and the the class elected via the class president in a month later, which is not a what you class president. So he took that away from even though the class elected me. I remember this guy used to pinch my tricep, and he tried to hurt me by squeezing it and twisted all ones, and I wouldn't give the satisfaction crying or show. On of heard I stood there inert. And so I had bruising, and, you know, back in those days, the parents used to say to you if you thought much school getting in trouble, you're gonna get twice as bad as when you get home. So I remember I never told. I remember Kim to class one day in grade seven and I was about a minute late in quickly. Go sit in my seat that somebody put some tax down on my seat, and I sat on these tax and I jumped right up, and he just what happened. I said. I sounds tax. And he said, you know, did it. Yes. And he said who I wouldn't tell so he brought me up in front and he put two or three yard sticks. Together. Maybe bend over. He strapped me at fro the classes, I wouldn't cow. I remember in grave five I must have been talking to class, then they made me for recess than in the always look at the the wall. So everybody else's have released us. I'm just under looking at the. Wall. And I hear so put steps coming down the hallway because hallways. Apple I I just turn my head. I saw who was in his grouping. Every woman who was a teacher, not even mighty you. So I saw who wasn't an put my face back towards the wall. If she walked up, and I'll never forget it. She said you're supposed to be looking at the wall. She got me by the hair MAC, my face on my forehead into the concrete that hurt, but I wasn't going to cry. Again..
"goater" Discussed on Niners Nation
"It is another one Wednesday nine fans everywhere. Definitely wanted. The mercy rule and they're running clock in the fourth quarter and this week. We welcome back. Good friend of the pod back from these fancy job interviews and football coach. And it's won miss Jared brand how you doing? Doing well, my friend. Thanks for having me back. Thanks for keeping the seat warm. Absolutely, dude. While it's been a few weeks we last chatted, but it's good to have you. It's under unfortunate circumstances because the forty Niners, of course, lost in spectacular fashion versus the Rams spectacular in the worst sense of the term because it was just good old-fashioned beatdown. Yeah. It was for maybe the first four minutes felt like boy this might be a game. And then it got ugly in a hurry and stayed equal is ugly. That's I mean, honestly, I mean, ugly and hurries exactly. And I was actually surprised right off the top in how close the Niners were despite the fact that the Rams, of course, are probably the best human football right now that really it started out all about turnovers and sloppy play. But the Niners were really in it, or at least had a chance to be in it all the way through into almost the third quarter. I mean, you've got the opening drive stop. And then you have the CJ Beathard what I'm calling the inter fumble. Because I don't know whether or not that was an interception or fumble. I don't care what it was ruled on the fee. Field. It looked like a bit of boat. So I'm gonna call it the inter fumble. And then you've got the drop tart interception. You hold the reins to a field goal. And then Breda fumbles more like, you know, he got the ball ripped away. But either which way it all counts the same you allow a touchdown still just ten zero. They fumbled a snap to get hind the chains the series ends with maybe football's first six men punt blocked play where Martin zoysia just as like, nah, I'm gonna let this guy run through Novick deal. But even then it's fifteen zero still a to score game. And then you've got the third pick. You've got a TD pass to cook. At the end of the second quarter, the forty Niners their most impressive drive down twenty two zero. They score a TD. They're ready to get the ball back in the second half. They could do that whole Madden score at the end of the first half get the ball back score. Again, it they do that. It's fourteen at twenty two it's a one score game. But then they get sacked on the opening play the second quarter. They throw a pick on their last chance and the drive. I mean, then it just starts to avalanche after that. But really they had a chance with their opening drive in. The third quarter to just be down one score. And that's kind of been the story of the season. It was an elegant tank until you know, Aaron Donald to Goater. Yeah. And he took over in in horrendous fashion. But the I mean the entire game as you mentioned just felt sort of indicative of where this team is at it's like one step forward. Just enough looking good to make you think that there's a legit opportunity there, and then they can't get out of their own way. Whether it's tart dropping what looks like a one of the easier interceptions. You're gonna get in the NFL, you know, fumbled snaps balls being ripped out in ability to really get a good drive coming at halftime, although small things that you know, not just good teams..
"goater" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The, little news. Saugus. Here on case about big little happy sad mostly happy anyway Cortez so this is that Cortez gal the millennial who's running as a democrat but she's, actually Democrats. Socialist, in New York She's made, all the. Rounds we've. Talked about. Her a lot and she's she's. The total package for the dams in that you know she's millennial she's minority she's woman she's, good, looking, the, whole deal so. There you, because their bench benches so thin. It because they have no message, just like okay well she she looks, good I mean she get her out there Raise money don't care if she, says, stupid, stuff, just get her. Out there, so anyway she's out there So she was endorsing candidates there, with these these elections last night. Yesterday last night in five different states, at all the candidates she endorsed they were sending her out there she was going to be the MO Joe. That would put these people across, the finish, line and get them to the winning, with a winning position every. Candidate she, endorsed lost yesterday Every every So you'd think at, that point the democrat party circuit pullback, or back I got news. For you. They won't they're. Just gonna keep on Goater back on the. Bench coach. She did I heard her. Speak yesterday she did say something that was. Spot on she made some comments that we're actually pretty darn good And it was, regarding the democrat party she said the average. Age of the democrat house member so these are people the house of representatives the average age. Of the democrat in the house, of representatives have sixty five whoa now, I get it with age. Comes wisdom. But with age. Also comes feebleness and that's that is really. That's a. Sad state of affairs editor. Also and she was also complaining and rightly. So she got as ships just play about the Democrats But you see it on the other side of the aisle as. Well, although there aren't as many quite frankly as, many career politicians on the other side of, the because the, Republicans we talked about this yesterday just again. On the average your average democrat has. Been groomed they start out with oftentimes the law degree And they they get the job with the city. Council then, they moved to the county position and then they moved to the state house. And then, they move up the ladder from there so they're. They're groomed over long periods of time Republicans, oftentimes come in the game late because they've been business people farmers do. Business people and they get into the, game late you know it's kind of like a Trump you'd have been, in business on my life and Dan I gotta do, something because this country's gonna hell. So they they get into the game late So. You don't, see as many career politicians but nonetheless. That said even other Republican side of the outlets they get in, office they tend to stay for a long long time and. Some of, that is because they really want to be public servants and I'm talking to. Both sides, they are now at some of that is because. Man you could make a lot of dough I mean the influence the opportunities that. Come, out of this both while in office and then. When you finally leave office my gosh you could make Bank plus I, think they like the. Power. They like the prestige they like the perks, they like all of, it but she was talking about the Democrats you know these, people average age sixty five in the house and..
"goater" Discussed on Mostly Lit Podcast
"And I think the goal in this she was almost light, but you know how density completely change when she was in the US. She was like, you know, LA lesbian. Exactly. He's out she, she went back home and she just went straight into his shell. She was almost an observer of society and of life rather than participants. And that's why I do think is the beauty of of greenback home every so often because you that humility, you do kind of need it because you get so caught up in the speed of life where you are and everything happening every day until you go feel like when I went back to Jamaica full after what four or five years of go in high school every every two years, then our Goater sidewalk king and didn't get to go. And then I soon as I went back and. And let everybody completely differently. This is where I'm from. This is the culture that I come from, obviously, because you have that level of understanding from being in London because obviously the communities and whatnot that here, but going back there and you can't stop to to look everything and think this is Easter. You do start to observe naturally such observe just the way you you wouldn't at the same way that you do because you're not because ultimately mast you'll, yeah, you're messing the live here, but going back home, you can actually see you just to look around at things into what people have. People don't have what you can, but you have to do to not necessarily to survive and your basically learning these things. It's just kind of what she was winter into the whole party. She went to see what she what, what that was about. Don't think you can get that here and what is stopping us from getting that here. What we are here we know as in nobody. So y'all. So your saying you go back somewhere to understand how believe, however, do the people on the ground when in Nigeria where the weather's book said, do the people on the ground. Have that same view. Yeah. When they come here, think older they have that same view there or is it that we just need somewhere back to go down the same view there too? Yeah, because they live there that we don't have that same view here. We're not going to sit down and observe in the same way. Yeah, we will work with same oblivion of this is my life. This is in. It was that difference between being here and then being going elsewhere to get grounding, do the people on the ground. There need to go somewhere else rounding. So like if you've got somebody that comes from Jamaica, Nigeria, wherever they come here, Zora. Thank you. I mean, okay, Kerr, I'm retired of not being in the conversation. You're Jerry is not the whole of ACA far away though. I didn't know I could just this remote island festival elsewhere. Wow. Fall Indian Ocean. You know what. Far away. I'm tired of shit anyways. Yes. And sons of God anyways. Well, I wanted to say, I think the idea of being an observant of society rather than being participant in it Lesley does very well in the different narratives that she has because all of the places all the narratives where people are moving away. And going back and coming fourth and going back, you see the observer side of the narration of them very much looking out onto the wild and lessen the rating from almost like a fly on the wall. And then there are those narratives where the protagonist putz is participating in data days society. I think that's glory. Nick the the woman who two more stories. Yeah, I think treasury, save the one, the volcano on glory, glory, glory. The one where this woman is just ABSA so mediocre. I hate that story. I hate it. You also your Farris thing. Story because she's just a real with the whole. She didn't care about shit. She real wench Facebook page. She's, she won't be no. She doing. She's like, don't start none. Glory. Name is glory to be glory to God. I think. She couldn't even have that on Facebook because it would allow her..
"goater" Discussed on The Doomsday Podcast
"To follow the the witten thing just a little bit and then we'll get right into i wanna get your vander edge thoughts i do i did talk to someone who was in the cowboys war room that swears that when the cowboys would it got to forty nine and the eagles jumped in front of the cowboys in took south dakota tied in dallas gut got hurt and you hit on this or is it gator i'm gonna go with hurt you hit on this the cowboys do not want to portray that they get caught flatfooted by this whitten thing but it certainly seems like they did now what they said is they were laughing when the eagles did this because the two players they were thinking about taking at fifty included the player they eventually took connor williams and a defensive player that they were not going to take dallas goddard but hey most of america town of thought cowboys because of what happened to witton or sitting there at in the in the second round thinking we need to tied in weedy too tight end were you the owner williams pick now that you've kind of talked to folks and then i'll let you know what i'm hearing what do you think about that pick at fifty and the value in getting another offense of linemen who some thought had was had maybe a first round grade on him well i mean you look at the tight end situation and if witton follows through and retires as everybody expects and i talked to somebody today who said the the expectations that'll happen at some point this week they've got jeff swim rico gathers and blake jar win those three players have combined for nine regular season nfl catches all by suame so they clearly have a need for tight in his shoulders have to be pretty tired from carrying this group he stopped out at a recent radio event i was at last week anyway so absolutely you would think that goater would be in play for the cowboys they're in a very bad situation that this news broke and alerted everybody in the league to the fact that they were going to need a tight in and.
"goater" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Purposes of the campaign expands melissa thirty doing include what muller already did in some ways it's worse than that because if you read this rosenstein memo and it's posted on my website he acts like this was part of the original authority why would you have to go to him to get this paper create this paper justification if it was already part of your thirty three months three months later you're right to cover up thirty had the authority to do these things he wouldn't after the fact after goater rosenstein and essentially say create a piece of paper which justifies what i've already done it's like that thing where people say it's you know it's easier to get forgiveness than permission hi professor take and i want you to hold on if it can i wanna pursue this a couple more steps we'll be right back the deep state wants to stop donald trump now jerome corsi powerful new book killing the deep state rips the lid off the secret war against trump killing the deep state reveals the shocking plot by the fbi cia and nsa to end the trump presidency it's already a number one amazon bestseller newsmax says you can't ignore killing the deep state get it at bookstores everywhere or check out the free offer go online to killing the deep state dot com killing the deep state dot com.
"goater" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Colorado river supply for this week so or there's some other change the you know they've got a technical problem whatever they can't take the delivery of the water rather than have it go into mexico it's captured in the united states is part of the us entitlement in what's called drop to storage which can capture up to seventy thousand acre feet of water which is a big pool of water so gary d r engineer has a little okra and and garlic plot down in you money puts it his little requisite requisition for water a year okay the year ends up being wetter the anticipated he doesn't want the water someone automatically knows divert his water to this dropped to storage facility in california well drop to storage is really more of an emergency basis on a more annual basis of gary decides he doesn't want to irrigate his entire farm for the year we have in the cap system concept known as the excess pool and then that water is available on a year to year basis because it's not being used by somebody who has it under contract in perpetuity right after this your home after a long day preparing dinner when that it's like rotten eggs that might be a natural gas leak it can't be we don't have any natural gas appliances even if you don't use natural gas that rodney goater could be a sign of a leak in your neighborhood because gas lines can be buried anywhere shut up no speak up if you ever.
"goater" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"That we have saved we have saved thousands of lives through lethal weapon and because there is a scene where they are about to go off on a chase scene and they have a a point where they look at each other danny glover mel gibson and playing cops who were going after bag and they um they click their seat belts and the idea being that folks are going to follow what they see in terms of clicking your seat belts or people say that oh we're we're going to show nachos smoking so you believe that by showing cigarettes on camera that could influence people or showing that people putting on seat belts are showing prosocial behavior recycling that whole thing on tv where they're going to promote recycling they believe that can influence people but then showing people solving every imaginable problem through violence or showing as they do on television and to some a great extent movies as well sex is most common in movies on tv outside of marriage always and yet can i tell you every study that has ever been done in is much more commented every age were married people to have sex and they have a lot more and better sex we'll be right back on the medved show the in the book with srn news i'm keith peters in washington president trump says a deal with north korea if completed will be very good for the world mr trump appears to be referring to north korea agreeing to give up its nuclear weapons arsenal the president has agreed to meet north korean leader kim jongun for a historic facetoface summit the national rifle association has filed a federal lawsuit over gun control legislation florida governor rick scott as sign saying it violates the second amendment by raising the age to buy guns from eighteen to twenty one a resident of a veteran's home hohmann california's wine country says more than a dozen armed troops have marched into the building where a gunman is holding three people hostage brian goater has been lock down in the main dining room of the veterans home of california yountville since ten fortyfive this morning after shots rang out on wall street the dow five four hundred forty one points than as dak rose one hundred thirty three the.
"goater" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Stance about the growth in asian air travel generally from chris goater he's the spokesman for the international air transport association we've seen a significant increase in our traffic globally votes asiapacific is really driving the gross the asiapacific market is now around one point five billion passengers but over the next twenty years we expect to see our rise to about three and a half billion passengers so it's a very very significant increase of that china is the engine of that growth really where else beyond china wasn't mentioned as you cracking general is actually the source of more than ha holding hostages we will see over the next twenty years and the oval number custody sets double so we're looking at a tremendous increase read the other growth markets is india which is as you can imagine a very significant market and is also growing very very fast so we're looking at china overtaking the us in about twenty twenty two to be the largest market in the world india moves into third place so that's really the other guard stores were all these global travellers or are they in tunnel travellers well as the world hopefully continues trade growth as middleclass increases in these countries that propensity to travel increases so we would expect to see a balanced growth both in domestic and international travel chris goethe ovalles auto well even though china has already expanded very fossil ready in aviation terms there are growing pains to for example how to manage these vossen accelerating air traffic across the country where the militry still have exclusive control of most of the airspace tilted zhang lei is director of the center for aviation research at the university of surrey in china they asked me season ninety controlled by the neely tree airforce in civilian has a conscious them proportional for yes i was really exists so now approximately 70 percent as understand of chinese as space is controlled by the metric that literally means that all of these airlines that are kind of shooting up i mean in number and agassi airports little coming up in number net competing could just thirty percent of the airspace and always see all of the air traffic control need within that two two organiz this ever escalating number of flights yeah this very challenging for cac which is.
"goater" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of what upi exact ahsan because he's going to be a restricted free agent and they want all in on the broad and paul julia to maximize the cap speights they're going to have announced his rights so what they have to do right now i don't think it's the knicks or than certainly not the nets because they don't have the assets they in trying to get a first round pick for them they're gonna the because the lakers have set themselves up it's all about free agency next year that's what it's about about of pierre an idol i for the life of me and i mean this is an attack on lonzo ball just defending them i can't see why lebron james would look at la and say that's where i need to go like first of all the bronze get dominate the basketball you know one of the balls going to have the ball in his hands will broncos how do they match did they do here while rondos are goater lakers i really do well what does he want in line i dunno where he won championship because then why would you go to the lakers would you go there why would you all abroad stay can i don't know i need to be his legacy pretty much set in stone already it i mean what what you need to do you're not going to win six year if he's trying to catch jordan six it's now probably not going to happen he's one three guys gonna get six so what what exactly his legacy as far as echo i mean we we we know we already he's already we know where he is if he never plays and other game is one of the alltime right what is he looking for and i don't know i mean if he wants to enhance his legacy go to a team that doesn't win and a lynnwood downright dumb thing at any team you're right that would be go to a team that never winds of thing nikola and go we near rare that would be very impressive if you went and did something like that a lot of options is a lotta teams that have that well level one either in a long time or wherever right right and so i just don't give me the lakers.