35 Burst results for "J. Black"
Jackson to be sworn in as Breyer retires from Supreme Court
"The Supreme Court will look historically different after its contentious term ends today The high court will issue its final opinions this morning in cases involving the EPA and a Trump era asylum program The big news came last week with its rulings on guns and abortion Stephen Breyer was in the three justice minority both times and he'll retire as the term ends today Breyer will then help swear in his replacement and his one time clerk Brown Jackson She will become the high court's first black female justice and for the first time four women will serve together on the 9 member court Sagar Meghani Washington
Russian forces leave Snake Island, keep up eastern assault
"Russian forces are leaving snake island but keeping up its protracted eastern Ukraine assault Russia's pull back from a Black Sea location where they faced relentless Ukrainian army attacks but is keeping up the push to encircle the last bulwark of Ukraine's resistance in the eastern province of Luhansk While in central Ukraine funerals are being held for some of the 18 people confirm killed by Monday's Russian missile strike on a busy shopping mall in kremenchuk Crews continue to search through the rubble for another 20 people who remain missing I'm Charles De
Krystle Matthews Wins SC Primary Runoff Despite Crazy Leaked Call
"Support. James O'Keefe hits home run after home run, and he recently has an amazing one from his project veritas action as well, and yesterday I think was his birthday. James, welcome back to Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you, Charlie. What a big story this isn't South Carolina. Tell us all about it. Well, this is a democratic candidate for the United States Senate, running in the primary, the primary was last night, June 28th, which is also my 38th birthday, so quite a bit. It's also Elon Musk's birthday, by the way, June 28th is quite a day. And this is the crystal Matthews using racially charged language while encouraging illicit campaign tactics. She was caught on a, in a she was talking to someone inside of a jail. And it was a recorded line and a whistleblower provided this to us. Some of these quotes are pretty incendiary. This is the candidate. And by the way, she won last night. So now she's going to face Tim Scott. The South Carolina U.S. senator in the general election. She said, quote, where's my dope money, my duffel bag boys? Give me that dope money. Honestly, and I'm an N word at heart. I love black people. We need folks that can wear black at night and take down their effing yard signs. I mean, just this is just some of the most shocking things you'll over here. Now, just this week, yesterday, the house legislator in South Carolina has put together an ethics committee to investigate this woman who has just won last night the primary in South Carolina. And a lot more to say, but that's the
Ann McElhinney and Eric Discuss K. Gosnell and the Horrors of Abortion
"To be clear because I know there are many new listeners to this program or to my podcast. They're not familiar because they haven't heard my conversations with you on the film that you made. But this is one of the stories of our time. It's one of the most gruesome and important stories of our time because there are many gruesome stories, but this story is extremely gruesome, but also extremely important because it highlights so many things at the heart of our broken culture. And so for people who know nothing about Kermit gazelle, let's talk about that. My understanding, the surface level is that this was a man who was operating one of the most, I mean, folks, this is like out of a novel, it's too horrific to imagine, but this is in a poor section of Philadelphia, praying on poor black women almost exclusively, and this is one of the most filthy evil abortion clinics you could ever imagine. It's like out of Dickens. Utterly horrifying. And this was going on year after year after year and the authorities did nothing. So that's one piece of the story, but Ann talk more, please for my audience who doesn't know what happened. No, but that's a great introduction, by the way. This guy was operating in plain sight. I mean, that's an incredibly important part of this piece. This guy operated for 30 years in plain sight. He did do legal abortions in a filthy, filthy, dirty place. However, he had a modus operandi of delivering bigger babies alive and then cutting the necks with scissors, and he did this according to the grand jury thousands of times.
Activist Kimberley Johnson Discusses Expanding the Supreme Court
"Speaking of the Supreme Court, I just thought, you know, you can not underestimate how this is just a bunch of partisan hacks that they are. The Supreme Court just reinstated the Republican drawn map of Louisiana's House districts that was blocked by a judge who found it likely discriminates against black voters, the three liberal justices dissented. I mean, I can't believe this is why we were talking about roe yesterday. I know you with your angry angry of man aside. Yeah. But I mean, we were just saying that this is why we have to fight this by any means necessary because, you know, with this present Supreme Court, even if we codify roe, they can just overturn that. Exactly. So we have to we have to push on every front, expanding the court, you know, in addition to codifying, in addition to helping on every state federal local level we can to fight this. Yeah, and I would say that I think the way that we have to view this is, I mean, right now, Biden says he's not interested in expanding the court, and I'm not exactly sure why he said that. But I don't believe we're going to get anything done before November. And I think the message is to push to get a democratic majority, a bigger democratic majority so that we can do this. And I think it's unreal. I worry that people who hear we need to expand the court are going to expect it before the midterms. It's not going to happen. No, no, of course. We can't help false
R&B hitmaker R. Kelly due in court for sex abuse sentencing
"It sentencing day for R&B star R. Kelly in a federal sex trafficking case in New York The singer faces the possibility of 25 years or more in prison a jury found the 55 year old guilty of racketeering and other counts last year outrage over Kelly's sexual misconduct with young women and children was fueled in part by the docu series surviving R. Kelly which gave voice to accusers who wondered if their stories were previously ignored because they were black The judge will hear statements from victims and possibly Kelly himself before imposing a sentence His lawyers say Kelly should get a break because of the sex abuse he experienced as a child Julie Walker New York
What's Driving the Increase in Firearm Sales?
"It says the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus pandemic has changed the way normal life functions for America, compounding by the national protests over racial injustice and police brutality many black Americans have been advocating for the purchase of firearms to protect for protection amid the current political climate. Think about this for a minute. Black ownership of guns go up as Black Lives Matter. Go out and burn up cities. Isn't that interesting that they blame white people, but yet Black Lives Matter cause black people to get guns out of fear. Overall gun sales have been surging across the United States according to the. Brookings institution nearly 3 million firearms have been purchased since March when the public health crisis caused the shutdown of major cities across the United States of America to research also shows that since March 13 are 13th when Trump first declared that the viral outbreak was a national emergency firearm sales increased significantly over the next two weeks climbing as high as a 176,000 orders on March 16th alone.
Why Aren't More Black People Owning Guns?
"I want to talk more about the restrictions of black people in this country to own guns. And that's why I don't understand why today, more black people don't have guns. You know, it's funny. Everybody goes back to slavery and Jim Crow and all this other stuff to talk about the plight of the black man, but they don't never speak about the fact that black people couldn't own guns for a very long time in this country. And now that we have an opportunity why in the world are we trying to help pass legislation to prevent us from having guns again? Do we not get the point? We can go all the way back in the south from 1640, I'm looking at this document right here. 1640 you go through places like Florida, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, all head laws, prohibiting black slaves from on the guns, obviously, and then they also prohibited free black men for only guns as well. If you keep going throughout history, you make your way through the late 1800s, you make your way past the Civil War. And they still had race based gun restrictions. In 1866, which is after the Civil War was ended, a slavery was abolished in 1865 and then an 1866 Alabama had what they called a black code of Alabama. And January 1866 prohibited blacks to own or carry firearms or other deadly weapons and prohibited any person to sell give or land firearms or ammunition of any description whatsoever to any black person.
This Is the Clarence Thomas We DON'T Know
"Everybody to see the movie, Michael. I want everybody to read the bookmark. But share if you will a little of the klans Thomas that we don't know. The prior to the hearing, the amazing story of how he grew up, his family, the less than conservative clarence Thomas in college, share a little bit of a history of that the pre famous clans Thomas. Well, as you know, he was born in pinpoint Georgia in 1948. And it's a gullah speaking area. So his English was not his first language. His father left before he could remember, so he was raised by his mother, who then took clarence Thomas and his brother to Savannah, where he suffered dire poverty, hungry, all the time, called in the winter, brought to school, and then left and then he'd walk out and wander the streets of Savannah until his mother brought him to her father, his grandfather to raise, and that justice Thomas life round. And hard work, his grandfather said, the damn vacation is over. Two boys thought, what vacation? And it was work all the time. They went to school. They went home and they worked on the Catholic school, right? That's right. He was Catholic or very unusual thing for black men in those days, and he sent them to a parochial school. Remember, it's the segregated south. It was all black, but run by these Irish nuns that continue to give them discipline hard work, a rigorous curriculum. And he thrived, and wanted to be a priest, which a lot of people do not know. And enrolled in the seminary. Only one of two or the only black seminaries. Right. He was integrating what were formerly all white seminaries. And he would have been one of the first black priests in Savannah. But it was the late 60s, and he experienced racism there. And as you reached a peak, perhaps when he was watching Martin Luther when Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and one of the seminary and says, I hope that SOB dies. And then something snapped. Something snapped, and he became a black radical, as you say, less than less than a conservative. He said, the more radical the better, describes themselves as an angry black man. And he went to holy cross where he got a full scholarship. His grandfather kicked him out of the house when he lost his vocation. And he went through this radical period. And we
Clinton: Justice Thomas Is a Person of 'Resentment, Grievance, Anger'
"Justice clarence Thomas. The black Supreme Court Justice now, by the way, she's not upset at Sam Alito, who wrote the opinion, right? The white guy. No, no, no, no, no, no. She's upset with the black guy. Justice Thomas has sort of floated that out there about contraceptive rights. Contraception. And about same sex marriages. But other justices have pushed back to say, no, he's really sort of on his own with that. Well, he believes that? Well, he may be on his own, but he's signaling as he often did. I went to law school with him. He's been a person of grievance for as long as I've known him. Resentment, grievance, anger. And he has signaled in the past to lower courts to state legislatures, but find cases pass laws get them up. I may not win the first, the second or the third time, but we're going to keep at it. So you're saying people pay attention to the people he is speaking to, which is the right wing very conservative judges and justices and state legislatures. And the thing that is, well, there's so many things about it that are deeply distressing. But women are going to die, Gayle, women will die. Women will die. Well, only if they're connected to
Court kills Flint water charges against ex-governor, others
"The Michigan Supreme Court has ruled that charges against former governor Rick Snyder and others in the Flint water scandal must be dismissed AP correspondent Norman hall reports According to the court Michigan state laws authorize a judge to investigate subpoena witnesses and issue arrest warrants as a one person grand jury but not to issue indictments The dismissed charges range from misdemeanors to involuntary manslaughter because of 9 deaths related to legionnaires disease Flint managers appointed by governor Snyder switched the majority black cities water source to the Flint river while a new pipeline was under construction State regulators said the river water didn't need to be treated to reduce its corrosive qualities Lead from old pipes flowed through the system for 18 months community activists calls the situation a disgrace I Norman hall
Gianno Caldwell: We Have to Uncuff the Police
"Named Gianna Caldwell. Gianna Caldwell is a Fox News regular. I see him on social media on Fox News a lot. Young black conservative who suffered the unimaginable this week when his little brother was murdered in Chicago and as painful as it had to be as difficult as it had to be. This strong courageous young man gianno Caldwell felt a need to appear on national television last night. I come here tonight as it, a man who feels shattered. My baby brother, Kristen, who just turned 18 this year is no longer with me. He. Was a good kid. And certainly knowing that living in Chicago seemingly comes with a price these days, but I would never have intended or rather expected that it would come with a death sentence for my baby brother. Black bodies are being littered in the streets of Chicago. And it's not just impacting African Americans here, is impacting everyone. You can't go downtown Chicago. Now without looking around your shoulder, you may be shot there. The truth of the matter is we need to uncuff the police and that's what's happened. The policies, the software crime policies that have been pushed by many of the elected officials here are only causing more crime. They've only bared dead fruit. And now my family is paying the price.
Let's Not Overlook Another Important Decision Affecting Voter ID in NC
"I want to talk about another important case recently decided by the Supreme Court that has been a little sidelined because of the big decisions on gun rights, the big decisions on preying on the football field and of course the biggest decision of all the decision that God decision regarding that overturned roe versus wade, the case I want to talk about is called burger versus North Carolina state conference of the NAACP. And here is what's going on in that case. It's a voter ID case. So North Carolina passed a law basically saying that you need to have voter ID. You can't vote without proper ID. And this has now been contested in court. The voter ID law. But as it so happens, the Secretary of State, I'm sorry, the attorney general of North Carolina is a Democrat. He's opposed to voter ID. And so in a kind of irony, you got the NAACP suing to get rid of voter ID. And by the way, think of how ridiculous it says. This is the NAA suite basically saying that blacks don't know how to get ID. These are the same blacks, by the way, that travel on a plane. And get ID. Make doctors appointments and show their ID, open bank accounts, ensure their ID, but somehow when it comes to vote, they don't know how to get an ID and so an ID requirement becomes somehow racist, it becomes discriminatory. It becomes, quote, voter suppression, I mean, is requiring you to show ID at the TSA, travel suppression, when the bank says show me your ID before you cash a check is that banking suppression, nonsense. But in any event, you have this case, the NAACP wants to get rid of voter ID and the NAACP is counting on the attorney general of North Carolina a Democrat to be on their side. Now he's supposed to be defending the law, but he doesn't agree with the law. And so the point is he's going to make it's almost like a prosecutor who wants the guy who's accused to get off. And so what is he going to do? He's going to put on a really bad case. He's going to put on a bad case of the jewelry goes, wow, maybe the guy didn't do it. So he healed withhold evidence that is incriminating why because he doesn't agree with the prosecution. He doesn't want to go forward. And that's what's going on here. And so the Republicans basically step in and go listen, we want to be able to file briefs that support voter ID because we don't believe that the democratic attorney general is going to do a good job defending a law that was in fact passed by a Republican legislature. So that was the issue. And so earlier, lower court judges had said to the Republicans, you don't know, you can't intervene here. It's the job of the democratic attorney general to defend voter ID. If he does a bad job, he does a bad job, but it is his job. And so the question here went before the Supreme Court is simply this, do the Republicans who have an interest in the law. They passed the law. Have the right to be able to weigh in on the case. They can't displace the democratic attorney general, but they can file briefs that say to the court here are our reasons for why voter ID is a good idea. And the Supreme Court goes, yes, they can do that. You can't prevent them from doing that. In other words, the whole idea here is that our legal process is
Sotomayor: 'Ruling Forces States to Be Entangled With Religion'
"Sotomayor of course writes the the descent for the three says among other things it forced the states to be entangled with religion How Does Sotomayor understand do any of these people understand that she is carrying the banner for justice black justice Hugo black there's separation of church and state which is not in the constitution was in a lighter that Jefferson wrote is cited all the time And Jefferson himself wasn't even at the constitutional convention He was in France How does that force the state to be entangled with religion
Maxine Waters: 'To Hell With the Supreme Court'
"Here's Maxine waters, another stalwart of the 2022 Democrat party. You see this turn out here? You ain't seen nothing yet. Women are going to control their bodies. No matter how they try and stop us, they help with the Supreme Court. We will defy them. Women will be in control of their body and if they think black women are intimidated or afraid. They got another thought coming. Black women will be happy. We will be out by the thousands. We have about a billion. We're going to make sure we fight by the right to
'Elvis,' 'Top Gun' tie for box-office crown with $30.5M each
"There's a tie for number one at the box office A march is our letter with the latest I'm ready Well this does not usually happen The film Elvis brought in $30.5 million in ticket sales in its first weekend Top Gun: Maverick also brought in $30.5 million in its 5th week of release Final figures will come out Monday so it's likely that one film will pull ahead Maverick has already reached $1 billion in worldwide ticket sales As for the rest of the top 5 Jurassic World Dominion is in third followed by the black phone and light year
A Brief History of the English-American Experiment With Bill Federer
"Being the Americans, we kind of go into the private property direction, right? Yeah, so England tried a 15 year American experiment called the English Commonwealth. So the King Charles the first got defeated and 16 40 or so and got his head chopped off. In the glorious revolution. This is prior to that, but that is a key revolution in 1688. But this was like 1649 to 1660. It's called the English Commonwealth. It was an American experiment of a Commonwealth of covenant. They had no king. Oliver Cromwell refused to take the title of the king, he called himself lord protector. He did an okay job. He dies, his son, Richard, can't keep it together. And so William Penn's dad, sales he's an admiral. Sales over to Europe puts Charles the second on the throne brings him back and re Institutes the monarchy. And in exchange he gets in a state in Ireland and then he's a famous admiral and then of course his son found Pennsylvania. But so they had an American experiment for 15 years, but they brought the king back. America, because of a 3000 mile ocean, because Europe was the chessboard in America was sort of an afterthought. I mean, we lost money. It wasn't like Spanish gold anywhere. It was a loser. And because of that, the king said, look, just don't cost me any money and stay out of my hair. And so for almost a century and a half, the Americans got to practice self government, like training wheels. And that's the dilemma. We go into these countries, we get rid of Saddam Hussein. We give them a constitution identical to ours almost. And then one election cycle they vote in Sharia law. And we scratch our heads thinking gee, why didn't our farmer government work? It's like duh, they have an Islamic soil that you planted the seed in, where an America you had a predominantly judeo Christian soil. The Berlin Wall comes down. Help them set up governments almost identical to ours. It gets taken over the bly that black market, the mafia, the organized crime, we scratch our heads, thinking, why didn't it turn out like America? Well, you planted the seed in an atheistic soil. They had 70 years of atheism, right? And so it worked in America. You have seed and soil or form of governments like a genetically engineered seed, but you plant seeds in soil and the soil is a predominantly judeo Christian populace. Right. So that's why it worked in
Is the 'Toy Story' Outrage Real?
"I'm not Sonny, I got a question for you about marketing. I learned this when the arc came out. The Russell Crowe aren't movie, whatever that was called NOAA or whatever. They created a controversy. I mean, they actually and I know that people who did this. They created a controversy. Oh, conservative Christians won't like this movie because of the way that we portray certain elements. And they just made it up, conservative Christians didn't care about them. It was a stinker. And so I think most of that so called controversy about this is made up by Disney to try and get attention to a movie that's just a stinker. Which controversy is that. That there's a same sex kiss, which, you know, basically wouldn't register on my radar to begin with. And I don't think anyone is not going to his thinker movie. It's just that movies are expensive. I took my grandkids to see a movie. I took them to see bad guys, and I loved it. But you know, I was kind of stunned at what it cost to go to the movies with three kids. Yeah. Yeah, no, it's expensive. I mean, there's certainly a ginned up controversy element to a lot of there's a type of marketing that is basically well, you know, some people aren't going to like this. And because those people are bad. You saw the same thing during the Obi-Wan show where there was a supposedly a controversy about some Star Wars fans didn't like it because the lead villain in the show is a black woman. And I mean, I'm sure there's some YouTube comments there somewhere who was complaining about that, but the real problem with that show was that it's just boring.
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"j. black" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"So that's, and that's why I say with the specific remedies for the black community because of what has happened to our government. And I'm not concerned so much with the parents, even though I think we're going to talk about that later. I'm Dale for calling them out, man, but I'm more concerned with our government and I definitely doing right by us wage. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Let's let's go there for a minute. Obviously, Everybody is watching carefully. The hearings on Capitol Hill, which are amazing to me to see police officers. Victimized, normally, we're victimized by police and we even seen some black Capitol police officers. Talked about openly brother done was saying, how it was a very different day for black police officers. Who what's your reaction to some of this testimony? And this whole January six piece? I'm like you man. These are the guys that supported Donald Trump for the most part and I think it's a great reality check for that for the folks in Blue. Ash. Exactly with the problem is, I mean, just like anybody else they probably watch Fox News or some other derivative of it and they think those people had their backs and then they, they've made a face reality. I'm glad that there's something happened, like I'm critical to Democrats. Also occurred to listen to some of my folks who critical. I'm also critical of Republicans so I don't I don't I don't just beat up on Democrats even though I feel like since I give them my vote, I've never voted Republican. They always something the public is ineffective, but it's great to see. I support this, I support this investigation. Some people say it's a waste of time in in a waste of time of this was Republicans and black lives matter. Went up in there in the capital maybe still talking about it, they'd be books and movies..
"j. black" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows
"Anything the bunny growling just shows. It's actually the cat. That's agatha's familiar in the comics skies. Divide i mean i mean. There might be like she had to hire. Can you have a cat. She was hiding the cat. She never has hit back now. That money will happen to be an occasion. Never heard she was walking around with it but as here northern moving right along. Jada abbas at tennessee coaches doing the next superman movie Cut down the lentil airs. I am excited to see what this is I'm optimistic about it. Optimistic excited it still w me. I'm not excited. I'm just until wb if the movie away from the snyder aesthetic trust to steal wbz it. I'm not gonna use. They wonder woman eighty four. So it is that yes. When women eighty-four totally independent snyder verse was terrible so like all say it was bad it was it was it was a damn vs superman. Be terrible i eighty four was just like here's his here's has bbs at least parts of bbs. That i could go back to you and be like all right. 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"That William SP's J. Black with more Super. Jones first met Aaron when he was the first overall pick in the 1990 draft. The first time I shook his hand and my God, his hand just in Gulf mine, they picked the hammer pushed for as the team scouting director. But I knew that he was gonna grow up to be a Hall of Famer. If that happened. Both are in Cooperstown, but shipper says they aren't in the same. He played for the galactic All Stars, and Aaron was the example for all Braves to follow. He set the bar not only for what you should strive for as a baseball player, but as a human being J. Black 95.5 ws WSB news time to one WSB Me the ravages Kurt Mellish calling for clear overnight. Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast is just ahead. Corona Virus update Now Georgia has confirmed over 707,000 coronavirus case. Pieces as of 3 P.m. Friday and over 11,600 confirmed deaths. There were over 6500 new cases Friday and 162 days the nation has recorded over 24.7 million cases and more than 412,000 deaths. George's seven day rolling average is 5700 and six cases and top local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 w. Must be depend on it. A marijuana industry activist in Minnesota has been charged with threatening a member of Congress, federal prosecutors say. 32 year old Jason Carberry meanie left a voice mail, saying he wanted the unnamed member of Congress to be as quote scared as possible. And that quote we're coming for you. Unquote W best be his top national story. A Space X rocket, due for launch from Cape Canaveral this morning is carrying several satellites, one with the ashes of dozens of people and one of those is a former CBS News correspondent who was passionate about space more on that from correspondent Peter King. My colleague and friend, Dave Barrett was wild about space going back to his childhood had posters of giant gland on his wall, where other kids had Stars on.
"j. black" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Sports director J. Black, says Alabama a 17 point favorite. There's only 16,000 fans allowed no fan fest or tailgating without a ticket. But the talent on the field is still loaded with two of the country's best offenses and best QB squaring off Obama's got Mac Jones, the nation's highest rated passer, while called Trask is thrown 40 TD's for the Gators. Winner might also get the Heisman Trophy. The game at eight o'clock. The FDA approves the Mo Darren a vaccine and six million units now available here in the U. S. For distribution. Today We wait on the CDC to vote and then sign off on hit Channel two action news reporter Lauren Adams outside CDC headquarters in Atlanta. A second vaccine is urgently needed to put a dent in an outbreak that has already claimed more than 310,000. U. S lives and 1.6 Million Worldwide is enough. Crucial step in the fight against the global pandemic that is causing vast numbers of hospitalizations and deaths in the United States every day. And speaking of the coronavirus United Airlines busy trying to contact passengers after a man dies on a flight Monday, possibly from complications of the virus, the flight was going from Orlando to Los Angeles. And then it lands in New Orleans because of this medical emergency. Turns out, the guy had a heart attack and died, his wife overheard telling first responders that her husband had Corona virus symptoms. Passengers who were on that United flight toe Los Angeles taking us so social media one guy writing the this, he says. Some guy literally died on my plane coming back from Disney World. Nurse who worked on him during the flight, trying to revive him, said it was Corona related family got on the flight with him showing major covert symptoms and we didn't even change planes even after he died. College basketball tonight. The dogs and action hosting Cincinnati 7 35 the pre game show and then the game at eight. Right here on WSB and on the WSB radio app. WSB news time 10 32 traffic in your weekend weather Next way, guarantee.
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"Wait. I did. That's a cool song to hear After such a weird year. Speaking of weird, Kevin Kenny's been acting a little funny. I think you need to check on him. Okay. Where is he? In the sickbay. He's walking in circles, and it keeps repeating stuff about his guitar. Yeah, there's definitely something weird going on with him and that guitar I'll check in with Hey, Kevin. Is everything all right? Yes, Nero. I will do as you wish. Nero. What do you know about Nero? This is my favorite guitar. I must keep it with me and all times vivre guitar. He's mumbling again. This must be the work of Nero. Yeah, he's obviously in some sort of catatonic state Looks like he's hypnotized. Greg, Where did you come from? I've been here all along. I just haven't felt the need to speak. You know what you get stranger every year. Favorite guitar. Not a strange is the guy who's supposed to sing your Christmas song from the moon favorite guitar. I think he's under the spell of Nero. This is my favorite guitar. Hey, what's wrong with Kevin? It's not favorite guitar. I must keep it with me and All times. That's it. Nero the guitar. Nero wants to kill us all. Kevin wants his favorite guitar. Somehow those two things must be connected. What in the world is that, Kevin? You hear me? I think that's nearer. Disgruntled shock, jock. Not exactly. It appears to be a psychic projection originating from Earth, but it doesn't look to be a very good signal. Yes, Kevin, you're nearly on the moon. Kevin. Kevin, go time. Switch to your favorite guitar switch to your favorite guitar guitar. That must be it. Nero has put a spell on Kevin and weaponized his favorite guitar. Where's Tim Andrews? Why? Because I need him to help me get that guitar out of Kevin's hands. I'm right here. But I just heard you say that guitar's a weapon. You distract him. I'll get the guitar. Okay, I'm going in. I must keep it with Kevin. It's me. Tim Andrews. Man of 1000 Voices. Yes, Nero. Okay, buddy, you're amongst friends. Yes, Nero. I've got it. I've got the guitar. Greg, Check this thing out. See what you can find. You've got the guitar. But how do you get Kevin back? Get me J. Black in the engine room. I know you think you could do nothing but bombing angle day, But I'm gonna make sure that these thrusters don't slingshot around the moon. Crash back in Earth. Listen, J I'll be quick. I need you to switch the spaceship from frequency modulation, toe amplitude modulation, and I need you to do it now. Only unorthodox in peace brings know about this. Look, J. I'll deal with Drew and I'll deal with Pete. Just do it. All right. But I told you, it's on you. Everybody hold on. This is gonna be a bumpy ride. Okay, It's done. We'll modulate amplitude.
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"Minimum wage most of the time, so so that's really cool. Speaking of minimum, Boyd, you get traffic updates ever Six minutes, the airborne advantage for little more than that 6 11 in the sky counter here and 25 west about the attitude of your chant ordered offer Petri industrial past 400 people bypassing downtown back. Of course, they're getting worse because we're not always black, trying to prove a crash out of the way in northeast Atlanta, 85 north before 400. That backs you up in a bit down. Also that the capital of 25, eastern south, still hard on the brakes, Buford Highway toward Covington, Highly eggs and 43 marks. All right. Thanks. Traffic updates every six minutes and during Georgia Bulldog basketball do you know during the broadcast of the sun Big that pops in the traffic team will jump in doing that year and fast food or you're with Johnny Kielbasa and J Black on the market and show. All right, So we talked about the importance of fast food this year, Johnny What were some of the highlights menu wise in the fast food world in 2020? Yeah, There were quite a few. And I think if you start at the top, mark the chicken sandwich war, probably the highlight of the whole year. I forgot that was this year. That's right. The chicken sandwich wars. Yeah, Pop. I started things off with the chicken sandwich that was so popular that it totally exploded their supply chain and they had to take it off the shelves for a couple months while they retooled, But then they brought it back. And then everybody else who either didn't have a quality chicken sandwich or did have a chicken sandwich either came up with something new or rebranded something that they had out before. Just to try to compete with Popeyes Chicken sandwich. Probably The biggest story of the year, as far as I'm concerned, but there was other ones do mark, but that chicken sandwich was something else I want John Johnny is there a runner up now in the sandwich wars behind what Pappas has done in the new sandwich category. Yeah, And I'd say, I think we're all better off with competition in the chicken sandwich wars. I know Wendy's. They brought back their classic chicken sandwich and called it something else. That's a really good sandwich. Um, yeah, McDonald's is working on there. And then everybody else. I mean, Carl's Jr and parties came out with something new. It's pretty much it seems to me like it's almost the same chicken sandwich. They plumped up the patty. They made it a little bit juicier. They made sure they had pickles on it and that buttery bun so Yes, I say. Everybody else came inside J. Black Johnny kielbasa on the market and show a bite sized edition. Ironically, the market and show my 2020 surprise Fast Food Award goes to Hardy's breakfast for their chicken biscuits and the prime rib Prime rib biscuit. Hold. Yeah, the primary biscuit in the primary burrito. Johnny, you brought us first. I mean, obviously brought his first word. You're always breaking fast Food news here in the market of show That was a hell of a new item this year was the primary biscuit in the primary burrito. Definitely was. They took the prime rib, and they put it on three different things at the same time. It's a great way to introduce things. I think they took a page out of Arby's playbook. Whenever they introduce something new. They always put it on your three different things. You have great it in. I'm you know, I'm gonna make a prediction for 2021. I bet we're going to see more prime rib and fast food because it's so good the way Hardy's did it. I'm all for that. Would that would that exceeded my expectations. And I know Jay you've enjoyed the sad thing is there's no heart is close to the station, so we gotta We're gonna track that I did make it make it my took it upon myself to run up to Mariana and bring back since the party's Hardy's Biscuit was facing real quick back to the Popeye's chicken sandwich, So he made the long lines word crazy and they had shut it down and they had to bring it back. But now the good news is the hype has died down and the chicken sandwich is still really good and even get it without any lines. My favorite part of that chicken sandwich is the fact that I could get mashed potatoes with it like that. You know, Frank about that? Yeah. Mashed potatoes. Combined with that chicken sandwich You mentioned Johnny the plumper breasts, the mayonnaise, the pickles, which seems to be like the standard now, um, is You know, K F C's doing one. We're seeing it go all over the fast food world. But the Popeye's advantage to me is you get mashed potatoes with that puppy. Yeah. You can't find that anywhere else. That's a great move, Mark. It is a great move, Food and in the mashed potatoes and one of things I was. I was screaming for a couple months ago was Hey, we're in the middle of a pandemic. No more limited time stuff. Give me I want all the good stuff. Now give me the MC ribs. Give me the shamrock Shake. Check the laboring the peach milkshake back. I have a confession. Yeah, I've never had a mcrib. Well, Johnny Today might be the day for J. Black correct. Happy Mac. Real Funk Day, everybody. They're bringing it back nationwide for the first time since 2012 December 2nd today go out while you can. No, it's been around. It's been around, right, but it's the first time it's been rolled out nationally, all together at the same time, Yeah, what usually it's a regional. You know you can get it in. I don't know more about to get it in Boise and June but Concord, New Hampshire in September, But the nationwide rollout of his johnnycake calls it the Mac rib sandwich. Had in J when you if you say you need to know more about the mixed grill Don't figure out too much about it. You know, it kind of looks like a rib. That might not be a rip. You don't want to put too much thought into it. All you want to do is put it in your mouth and try not to think too much. Just say safe. All kidding aside J Black the year end J Black Year and show is gonna be broadcasted. When do we know We usually started Christmas night still in the planning stages, but typically will start Christmas night and it'll be on various times last week of the year. Well, I mean, one of the most historic years of all time, and Jay's going to encapsulate it. 23 wonderful hours of broadcast. Johnny Kay, we appreciate you is always an if the cholesterol time, baby So much chronicle boss on Twitter, Johnny Kielbasa rock but instagram and listen to the sauce to try podcast on any five. Therefore, Johnny, come on the dot com All things kill boss on Johnny kielbasa dot com Appreciates Zebra time, brother. There you go, Johnny K and the year and fast food of you. Johnny will talk to you next week partner. All right, buddy, feel that high. We'll be right back. It's the bite.
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"Minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. Trump campaign says There is no reason to declare Joe Biden, the winner of the 2020 raise for president. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington. The Trump campaign and GOP lawmakers denounced the news media for calling the 2020 racing. The election is by no means over. In a written statement, the president's campaign said they would bring forward unspecified charges of election fraud next week. Meanwhile, Democrats ridiculed the president, saying he often claims vote fraud but never backs it up With really details. Some Georgia Republicans echo the sentiments that Trump is expressing about voter fraud. World leaders are congratulating US president They like Joe Biden on his victory there, cheering it as an opportunity to fortify global democracy. Number five Georgia gets a painful beating from the Gators W. A. S P. J. Black reports the dog's fault of Florida 44 28 in Jacksonville. It's the most points. Yuji is allowed in the Siri's and 12 years, and it felt even worse. I can't take getting beaten on a deep ball one on one, which can't be given free ones. Kirby Smart defense gives up 571 yards and the most ever to a Florida quarterback for 74 by Cal Trask. It was missed opportunity after missed opportunity, and they didn't miss. There are Communities. The offense most was only 112 in the air between Stetson Bennett, who injured his shoulder in Dewan Mathis, now the Gators in the driver's seat to win the SEC East. Next up at Missouri Saturday. J. Black 95.5 ws more trouble for Georgia number five Georgia receiver Marcus Rosemary Jackson appeared to break his right leg on the 32 yard touchdown reception Saturday against Florida. Team trainers got an air cast on his leg quickly in the end zone. Florida safety Brad Stuart It rose. My Jack's staying just before he crossed the finish. Line Number eight. Florida won that game 44 to 28 as J. Black just said WSB news time 203 country has decided CBS.
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"I don't know, 12 times. When it came out, it's dark. It is to see the online version. Yeah, I think I did. I think I've never seen the version that I saw when it first came out because and I think I know a little bit about this. It was our when it came out, but then it became such a huge hit. They wanted to make more money. And so there wasn't PG 13. Then I think they just went down to PG. And on and I think that when I I've seen it on TV and things and even you know, like without commercials. I feel like I'm not seeing the movie that I saw. Back then. The enemies I sought so many times back then, is because of Ah girl named Danielle and she loved it. And I thought if I keep going to see this movie with her someday she'll kiss me. It turned out not to be true. But I did pay for her to see the movie 12 times. So I guess that goes down his charity and you learn how to dance to Eric. I didn't with dancing was not much apartment. It wasn't it was. It was kind of a dark movie. It was the guy Then the guy fall off the George Washington Bridge. I mean, he kind of commit suicide. Yeah, a little bit. There's issues going on in the back seat of that car that we want to get into my goodness, Who was the actress? She was great. The one who's in the back seat of the car with him. Remember, Tony, I know is that led to solve the sequel, Donna With what? That it was a different girl. I went to see the sequel with This is a few years later, and she was kind of it was I grown up a little bit. I understood how things work. The first time I saw staying alive. I said, look nothing against you, but we're going Dutch. I've been burned by this before you pay. I pay, and then we'll see how it works out. But we had It was a girl behind me. There's a bad I can't remember the story, but it was terrible. But there was Ah, there was somebody who was manipulating Tony. A and and he was falling for it. And it was the lady behind me who was so into it, which I always find interesting when somebody is really into a horrible movie. She was so into it that the villain lady was saying something and the person behind me said Don't listen to her, Tony. Wow. She's lying. Tony was Tony Can't hear your lady. My girlfriend, Tara said. You do realize this is one of the worst movies that's been released this year. Relax. Relax, honey. All right. There's a lot. I wanted to get my friend J. Black involved with the show today because everyone's well. I'd like to see what's going on with this weird Covad 19. 2020 world of sports. Let's do this baby.
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"Very that was to win the pennant. That was not that was not told that wasn't the world serious giant building Giants. Right. OK, that one was stolen signs. It was one of the it wasn't known until the nineties, I wrote a long article in The Wall Street Journal about it. It wasn't known until the nineties that one of the most famous hits that had its own name, the Shot heard round. The world was as a result of stolen signs. And you could say that video is involved, but it back then they used telescopes and the different technology. It wasn't so different from exactly what the Astros did. That was what in the late fifties, the early sixties this happened a couple of years ago. I find it difficult to believe that no players engaged to this behavior between those two dates. J Black we all celebrate. Baseball coming back to Atlanta. And let's hope that the sports press doesn't force Major League baseball to pack it all in because it's already starting, you know? Yeah, I see it already. So much of the sports press is rooting for sports, not happen. It's beyond belief. J. Black thank you very much, sir. I like sports. Erich von Hassler tells it the way it is. It's entertaining. He's funny. This hour is sponsored by Hoffmann Financial, a 95.5 WSB. It led his news and talk high. It's Jamie Progresses. Employee of the month, two months in a row. Leave a message at the Hi.
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"You can eat their quarter legs without even any of the flavor. Just like regular. That's really good. Because I'm starving. I mean, David, remember way back when we could actually be in studio and bring in food from the places that we're talking about. Those were the days those were the days. Yes, but now the word, okay? Okay, Mouth is watering. Thank you. Data have been just on a different note their appetizers also like we actually go in my my, my my daughter's love getting their fried green beans. Wow. They got that. I think they're opening a second location down town somewhere like said two of yourself like that is what? I heard the low moaning. Oh, that begin to find out. That would be I would welcome that. Anything inside the perimeter is welcoming. Yeah, he's been looking so anyway. Thanks for having me guys. Thank you. Absolutely. Great Day, David. And be safe. All right. It is 17 minutes after two o'clock. I wanted a little programming reminder that J. Black is going to be on the air with you with a little sports talk, discussing the Atlanta United appearance in they restart attorney in Orlando tonight on then I got some Braves headlines from this week. He's going to talk about So he's going to be on the air with you from 3 to 5. Right After May. He's going to keep this seat hot for you. So keep that radio tuned to 95.5 WSB. We're going to take a break. David, When we come back, we're going to talk to Matt and Bill and Betty. And if you want to join us, that's 40487207 50. That's 40487207 50. You're listening to 95.5 WSB. 2 17 in the cool Rae carrier w 24 hour traffic center. Still clearing that crash on the Antelope 25 westbound there at Exit 31 piece for Industrial Boulevard. Couple left lanes are blocked Delays back towards Spaghetti junction, Now on 85 just north of spaghetti Junction headed south bound on 85. There's a Crash Still partially in that right lane till that's causing delays as you head south and construction all over the place. You got some on 85 South bound at Georgia. 400. That's three left lanes. You got it North bound on 2 85 getting past exit to Camp Creek Parkway. That is on the inter loop and its two right lanes. And then we gotta left lane blocked on 75 South bound a.
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"You. No square. Every uber ride cost $45 1 way as though being Oh, no, We got it all out here. We don't need the city. Me. I mean, I love Atlanta, but it's going to just become just this group streets are paved with Torrance. You're not. You're not you because you're not doing it right now. I'm going, honey Tenure phone on. Let's that's ashamed as a person because they're not doing it right. It's just a bunch of self righteous. Idiots. You're eating Goya way Only going president is mean the president of going is that the president of states was great hash tag tag like Yeah, I got hashtag boycott. It's all ready to go I got to do is add a word. Patch tag people. Those people moved from the city and into the suburbs and join the hallways and then shame everybody because their fence isn't regulation or their house. Color isn't the right color for the neighborhood. You ignore them. You ignore them. Guess what we painted our house went against the way. Hey. Well, if you guys wanna pay that, paint it a different color. Go for it. The houses painted like it's already if they find you or something. They don't I live in a smaller neighborhood. Now, when you get one of these neighborhoods, our neighborhood is just not that big. So it doesn't you know, like any bureaucracy. The bigger the way is the more bureaucratic and mind numbing. It's going to be my neighborhood is small enough that most people are aware of each other. So it might be like a good natured ribbing. Ah, okay, that was in the way. You know you don't go too far. You paint your house pink. You know something's gonna happen? Probably, but you stay within You know, but it's not like the city and also you could keep on going out and buy a farm. And then you have no honour, but I don't know why. I don't know why anybody would want to be around this. Group of people who do nothing but point and shame and admonishes. Oh, my goodness. You're only alive for so many days. All you're going to do is point out things that you don't like living in the greatest country in the world. And by that, I mean, you can choose to be a socialist in this country and not starve that this country is so good. There's so much money because of capitalism. You can choose to stop a $35,000 a year and you'll be fine. Go try to make 35,000 in Venezuela. Oh, I'm done. I'm done. I'm done with all of this. It's navel gazing. This is the most spoiled rotten bunch of people ever in history. Nobody's thankful for anything. I try and I flipped the switch. The lights came on. I'm still thankful for that. I wake up in the morning I've realized lately how much of our lives is dependent upon or to say the quality of our lives is dependent upon running water. A shower in the morning, the brushing of the teeth. Ah, making sure the plates are clean making coffee. All of this stuff is dependent upon having running water. Now, every single day. I don't think but I am still thankful for the things that I have. We have now we now have generations of people who have had so much. For so long. They've never had to go out in the you know, you know, I don't know, just like go out and gather potatoes in the field for eight hours. So there Facts are broken, which, by the way is what most people in history did through most of history. That was their life. They wake up survive, and we have done such a great job in this country. It's not perfect. But there's no country that's perfect. There are people who who are left behind, but there's no country where people aren't left behind. No country has gotten people from where they were to where they are like this country has. And so you've got generations of people who just don't even think about the lights come on, and the water's running. And Ah, I pitching on about health care, but I could go toe a minute clinic. If I haven't a rake and get out of there in 25 minutes with a prescription for a thing that would have killed people through most of humanity. You've got to take a pill for three days, and it's gone. I'm not saying that people should always be thinking about this. Oh, Big Pharma. Well, you mean the people who are inventing all the drugs that keep you alive on an average and I don't know 10 12 15 years longer than people used to be alive. Yeah, it's not perfect. Maybe there's some reform necessary there. But this is what you're living amongst. Jared is just people who are so spoiled that all they conduce now is look around and find the things that make them a little uncomfortable or that they don't like. And just bitch. You do something. Do something people canceled on Twitter. Okay. I guess you're doing something here. Just so you wanted me to push the fact that you and I are on a radio show Me and Jared. Tomorrow size this witness. Not this radio show, and it's not the power pad pushed that our bodies on Sunday, Okay. Ah, We're going to be on with J. Black tomorrow from 3 to 5. Celebrating. Well, it started with soccer is coming back. But then we have all kinds of news about the bubble. That's good. It's too, you know, getting back to sports, and so would be 3 to 5. Me J. Black Jared Yamamoto and many others He was telling about other people. He has people from the bubble.
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"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. How are you all doing? You are okay. Today is June thirtieth. The first word is black raspberry two words now from circa seventeen eighty to a raspberry of eastern North America that has a purplish black fruit, and is the source of several cultivated varieties called also black cap. the scientific name is Rubio's Occidentale us. Next we have black rhinoceros, two words now from eighteen forty eight era, Nostra's. Of Sub Saharan Africa having a prehensile upper lip that protrudes in the middle called also black Rhino I had no idea that different kinds of rhinoceros is right now. Sarai. Have different types of upper lips. That's interesting, but yeah I mean I guess that makes sense The scientific name is disastrous or Blue Cornelius or no by corness That's by corners, but that usually means by is to anyway. I don't know why they choose the scientific names. Moving onto black Rod, two words, the be and the are are capitalized Noun from circa sixteen o seven, the principal usher of the House of Lords. No clue what that is next is black rot, two words, Noun from eighteen, forty, nine, a bacterial or fungal rot of plants marked by Dark Brown discoloration. Next is black sheep, two words Noun from sixteen, Fifty, seven, a disfavored or disreputable member of a group. I think there are actually black sheep probably, but this is just in terms of people can be the black sheep of the family. Next is black. One word, the B is capitalized Noun from nineteen, twenty, two a member of a fascist organization, having a black shirt as a distinctive part of its uniform, especially a member of the. Fascist party. Next is Blacksmith Noun from. The Fifteenth Century A. Smith Who Forges Iron Blacksmith. Is a noun. It's probably also verb. This is from a distinction between black metal, which is iron and white metal, which is ten I didn't know that other kinds of metals. Or Iron is an example of black metal. Tin Is an example of white metal but you never hear of a White Smith, do you? You must I mean if white medal is the thing you must hear of a white Smith had no clue about that. Okay! Do they use other types of metals? Do blacksmiths only use iron, or are there other metals that they blacksmith with? Next is black smoker. Two words Noun from nineteen eighty. Event in a geologically active region in the sea floor, from which issues from which issues super heated water, laden with minerals as sulfide precipitates or precipitates also a rock chimney covering such event. Next is black snake. One Word Noun from sixteen, thirty, four, one any of several snakes that are largely black or very dark in color as one a black racer I think we had that in the last episode Let's see black racer. one be a rat, snake, and number two, a long, tapering braided whip of hide or leather. The scientific name for Black Racer is colder, bear constrictor, constrictor. Oh, I think we read that actually before and then the scientific name for the rat snake is. LFA obsolete obsolete are. Yeah. LFA, it's kind of a pretty name actually. Next is black spot two words noun from circa eighteen, eighty, nine, any of several, bacterial or fungal diseases of plants, characterized by black spots or blotch is. On the leaves! I think. That is definitely related to black rot. Next is black. Spruce two words down from seventeen, forty, four, a widely distributed spruce of northern North America that grows chiefly in moist soils and Boggs, and the scientific name is Pissy Marianna Pi ICA. Next is black strap molasses black strap molasses. Two words Noun from eighteen eighty, a thick dark molasses obtained from successive processing of raw sugar. Sugar, black strap, is it says cheap wine. or mixture of rum and molasses? That's where it gets its name from. Next is black swallowtail. Two words Noun from eighty, nine, a usually dark, colored new world swallowtail, having yellow spots on the wing margins, and a black spots centered within a larger orange spot on the hind wing, inner edge very specific. The scientific. Name is puppy Leo. In Palanquins P. O. L. Y., X. E., N. E. S. I'm assuming it's pronounced policians. Next we have black tail, one word Noun from eighteen o five, and we have the synonym black tailed deer, which is next, black-tailed is hyphenated. From eighteen o six and we have a synonym for this one mule deer. So black tail is a synonym for black tailed deer, which is a synonym for mule deer especially. Of A subspecies especially of British Columbia, Oregon and Washington and the scientific name is. A. Hem yoenis Colombian us. That is what it says I am not making this up. Next is black. T. Two words noun from seventeen eighty nine. T that is dark in color from complete oxidation of this leaf before firing. I've heard black tea is good, good and healthy for you. Next is black thorn one word Noun from the fourteenth century. A European spiny plum with Hardwood and small white flowers, and the scientific name is Peru. nece Spin Nossa. Next is black tie two words with a hyphen adjective from nineteen, thirty-three, characterized by or requiring the wearing of semi formal evening clothes, consisting of a usually black tie and Tuxedo for men and formal dress for women as in a black tie dinner, and then it says compared to white tie, which I've probably heard of before but i. don't know what that is. so that's I'm curious to know what that is black tie. Yup, that's it for that one. And then our last word for this episode is black tie again, but there's no hyphen. It's just two words. Noun from nineteen thirty five semi formal clothing. As in gentlemen in Black, tie for the banquet. What will be the word of the episode? But the. But the well, maybe just because I like the way it sounded I'm going to pick. Black strap molasses. That is it for this episode Thank you for listening and until next time. This has been spencer dispensing. Information Goodbye..
"j. black" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Discontent Synonym is Sullen as in black resentment filled his heart. Number ten is chiefly British subject to boycott trade union members as employing or favouring non workers, or as operating under conditions considered unfair by the trade union eleven. A of this is talking about propaganda conducted so as to appear to originate within an enemy country and designed to weaken enemy morale eleven be characterized by or connected with the use of black propaganda as in black radio. Number twelve characterized by grim, distorted or grotesque satire as in black humor. Number Thirteen of or relating to covert intelligence operations as in black government programs. Black Ish is an adjective and. The name of TV show which I've heard is very good and I. Actually haven't seen it. Black Li is an adverb and blackness is a noun. Now we have the second form of black. It is a noun from before the twelfth century, one a black pigment, or dye, especially one consisting largely of carbon number, two, the achromatic color of least lateness, characteristically perceived to belong to objects that neither reflect nor transmit light. Number three something that is black as three a black clothing, as in looks good in black. I think everybody looks good black rate. Three beat a black animal as a horse for a a person belonging to any of various population groups, having Dirk pigmentation of the skin. You know this depends on Where in the world these people live typically, it's in the warmer climates around the equator because there's a lot more sunlight and. Because of evolution, they needed to have dark pigmentation, and then the more or south go people's skin. Get gets lighter and lighter. For Be Synonym is African American. Number, five the pieces of a dark color in a board game for two players as chess. Number, six total or nearly total. Let me try that again. Total or nearly total absence of late as in the black white number seven, the condition of making a profit usually used with the word, the as in operating in the black compared to the synonym red. And the reason for that. Is because typically when the accountants are doing the books for business. When they've lost money, they write that in red ink and then when they've made money, they write that in black ink. That's why black Friday after Thanksgiving is called black Friday because that is when a business is usually start making money or make a lot of their money for the year. Now we have the third form of black. It is a verb. Inter yes verb from the thirteenth century, the first one is transitive and means to become black, and now we have a transitive definitions one to make black. Number two is chiefly British to declare as a business or industry subject to boycott by trade, union members. Now we have. I think it is pronounced Barack. Alder or Black Alder two words that second word is a l D e R. It is a noun from eighteen o five, and the synonym is the number one definition for the word Winter Berry. Now, we have black more looks like it's one word B. L. A. C. K. A. M. O. R.. It is eight noun from fifteen, forty, seven, a dark, skinned person, okay, especially the four a definition for the word black witch Maybe we should just remind yourself real quick. What that one is? Four. What there is no for a for that. What what are you talking about book? What for a for the word black? It doesn't say if it's first form second form third form, so is it the second four? Maybe it is a person belonging to any of various population groups, having dark pigmentation of the skin. Yes, thank you. Call it a black a more. This is oh. Okay, because it says it's an irregular form from the word, black plus more which. I don't know enough about this, but I believe Othello was a Moore In old old Timey, Europe The Moors were were black, our black are there still Moore's I? Don't know like I said. I don't know anything about this, but I guess they combine the words to make Black Amore. Now we have black and blue three words with hyphens adjective from the fourteenth century, darkly discolored from blood, a fused by bruising. Think we've all had some black and blue marks, before next is black and Tan three words with hyphens adjective from eighteen, fifty, one, having a predominantly black color pattern with deep, red or rusty Tan, usually on the feet, breaching and cheek patches above the eyes, and inside the ears. That's probably talking about an animal. Number two favoring or practicing proportional representation of whites and blacks in politics well. I'm not in politics so I. Haven't heard that, but I believe it. Number three frequented by both blacks and whites as in a black and Tan Bar, but why? I mean I. Guess Technically if you look at the skin of a white person depending on how white they are, it's somewhat Tan looking, but. Seems odd to me. And then finally we have black and Tan again, but this time there are no hyphens. This is a noun from eighteen, seventy, one, a black and Tan animal as a dog number, two is chiefly British a drink, consisting of a dark beer, stout or porter, and Ale or beer of a paler color. Number three would be capitalized the be and the T. Let's see a recruit enlisted in England in Nineteen, twenty to nineteen, twenty, one for service in the Royal Irish Royal Irish. Constable constable. Constable Laurie. How do you say this word constabulary shirt against the armed movement for Irish independence, and this is from the color of his uniform. Number four a member of black and Tan, political organization as in the southern US compared to the synonym lily, white okay. That sounds great. Well. I think I will pick black more as the word of the episode, because that was that came out of left field for me I had no idea I. You know I'm from familiar with blackened. I'm familiar with more even though I don't know a lot about Moore's but Black Amore. I was not familiar with so. that. Is it for this episode? Thank you for listening I know that I am not. I am not the right person to talk about issues of. Four four black people. I am aware of that I. AM aware that I sound like an idiot. It may have been smart for me to write something up ahead of time, but. That's not really how I do this podcast and I think you know that my. Are Good I just. I, just sometimes talk bad. But you know what these these are things that have to be talked about like said. And if I keep talking I will get myself in trouble, and that is not the first time that I have said that, so we are going to end this episode and I am going to record another one. Thank you very much for listening. 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"j. black" Discussed on Black History in Two Minutes
"On the list of history's great explorers too often, the names of black men and women have gone missing. Yet weather, striking out on their own or accompanying others. Black explorers and left their mark on land and sea. In even in space. In Fifteen, twenty eight. And African named Esteban was brought to Florida as a slave by Spanish conquistadors. When their expedition fail. The survivors explored the American southwest on foot for almost a decade. Esteban travel well over fifteen thousand miles. He saw Moore of the continent than almost any other people before. Listen incompetent. About four centuries later. Another African American explore. Would be one of the first Westerners to reach the far end of planet earth. Matthew Henson spent most of his adolescence at sea learning how to be a sailor. He was also quite interested in exploration, and found himself connected to Admiral Perry. Who is interested in finding North Pole? Hinson travels with him and they've made to the North Pole. Hinson had incredible skills and was recognized for those skills far later than Perry was. In the twentieth century black. Pioneers boldly explored even more daunting frontiers. In the nineteen eighties, the space program was very popular with the American people, and it became clear that there were no African Americans in the astronaut corps, so there was a push to recruit African Americans and in Nineteen, ninety-three guy in blue for became the first. African American to go into space. The second was Ronald McNair. Flew as a mission specialist in nineteen eighty-four. McNair even played his saxophone onboard. Sadly He died tragically two years later when the Challenger exploded shortly after takeoff. In Nineteen ninety-two another African American astronaut made history. It'll be making her first trip in space today and she's ready to fly. Mae Jemison spent more than a week orbiting Earth becoming the first African American woman in space. The Astronaut Corps something that Swiss considered quite a leap. These three African Americans were accomplished scientists and engineers they had passed through quite a rigorous set of assessments to become the first of their race to go into a place where your skills your intelligence, your courage and your commitment were all that mattered not erase. Contrary to what most of US learned in school? Not all great explorers were white men. These bowl pioneers were only a few of the African. Americans who overcame unimaginable odds and push forward. The boundaries of what is possible for black people.
"j. black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"Work Ethic is all about being perfect perfecting the system. That's how I kept hearing these past two days. where he was just wanted to work and it just you know some people got to go out and have dinner every night and oddest stuff? That had the little team chemistry but Koby somehow did it without it. Definitely doing that even though he never did it. But it's just that wasn't his mindset his mindset was not the movie theater and watch a movie afterwards that's not his mindset mindset. You know and so but yeah met over the years you know him and Kobe had the little. You know little beef everything but they you know check everybody they realize that. Hey Man we got a squash that she'd do wherever it was gone so now shack is like a fucking uncle shit that the kids and everything man. No he is crazy so his post and he's he called himself up or niece Yup. GD was his niece. Coppola related related. was his brother. Do Yeah Yeah and it's just crazy so you saw checks Son Dude. Kobe sent him a text before his before the crash. Yes Kobe Kobe. Son Son checks on a text before a few hours before the crash and talk about what's up fam- and I guess Kobe's Check son responded ended but Koby respond. No it's crazy to colby was reaching reaching out the checks and then man. That's how close they were dude and check you know so. Oh I saw that video of Lebron coming off the plane. He was his Ballin movies as Christ. Yeah man and I saw were and he just beat his record. uh-huh Lebron just out in crazy fucking damn his daughter too. Many you see the pitches were him and his daughter was at the courtside here on giving each other vices and stuff you you know that reminds me of me and my little kid when I was growing up with her. You know what take you got you gotta you. He was all about his kids. Man Nelson Cruz like I said. Don't don't don't take life for granted especially if you have kids you know it's it I mean I don't want to sound morbid or whatever but you know they died together. Yeah they ed together and having together. That's a good thing but you know people out there if you got kids or whatever don't don't take. Your kids were granted because I don't take for granted you never know what's GonNa Happen in Dude. I don't I don't know man if if there's been somebody's on such a pedestal that passed away like this us all the NBA greats. Nobody this is like I think this is like the first time that somebody from MBA has passed away. Like I mean you've got what pathway known if he's like sixty six does I'm saying saying no. It was a fortunate accident that everybody's like Whoa. He died too young at forty one. He died too young at unfortunately. That's why it's it's exploding. So huge you just like Whoa. He should still be here should never happen and he should still be here but that was key. I didn't know he was fine. Like that man everyday everywhere he go. They say he wouldn't have topped her. That that helicopter Alexander helicopter. Yeah he everyday like instead of getting a two hour traffic just fly. Right above does in when I was in Newport beach a few months ago and We were stained stained somewhere and one of my friends or one of my friends. Friends said Oh yes he that house over there that's Kobe. Bryant's MOM's house. Oh Shit on a hill bill in Newport beach it was a fucking mansion in your fucking mom a mansion house but I guess he liked lived right there like like. Ah He lives in New York so he bought a house for her for his mom in Newport beach. Wow and he lived in Newport beach so what he did was fly from the Halacha or with the helicopter cupper from Newport beach over the ocean towards Social I'm sure to hear like a helicopter pad their pad on it. I'm sure he did do but I've ever his mom never ever. They're never like publicized. Their pro low provia. Yeah Yeah because I'm like Damn knows. I forgot. MOM bought him no. She had mentioned enchant. No she's overlooking the ocean and everything I was like you gotta be kidding. Me took care of so many fucking days that he'd done all the things he don't like WNBA women's basketball. He would just such an advocate dude of all that man of sports dude at an Internet. So we're like people just called on him like like if if you're an MP if you'd like a rookie coming into league and just WanNa talk to. Kobe keep like yeah give you advice easy. Just call me. Hey Man. I'm here if you WANNA practice. He flat their practice. which you those uh-huh public appearances at gymnasiums for all the all the girls all the little boys all the kids I just want to play play basketball? Yeah you know. And he's like you know I'll I'll show you. The funny thing is like a lot of people would never met this guy and he's touch so many people do. I saw people in new study at the Brian Gymnasium. The lady that She's a counselor. She works at the gym or something like that and and asked her on the news. You know have you ever met Kobe. Bryant she's like no met them but she's she was teary I do she was on news. Teary eyed not ever met the guy in but as his Jim in. She works at the gym but she'd never met him but just what he's done. Yeah what he's done touched. It's just what he's done man. You know we lost is a good guy and we lost a good guy. It's time to celebrate man. Thomas celebrate Kobe's life man. Kobe yell this for you. Baby this podcast is for. Oh you and Oh forget about the other lives lost to. Yeah we'RE GONNA end on this note we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA end it you know on and a guy to touch lives inspirational so much advice touch so many people in a positive way so if you out there like I say man Dan just you gotTa keep moving on live your life. You know God bless you Kobe miss you. The families again our hearts to your families and everybody was involved. I mean there's so many families have been touched by this tragedy and it's it's unfortunate and you gotta keep living people no matter what keep on living because like I say you never know your life can be snatched from you heartbeat. So just and that's the sad thing that's that's not. The sad thing is a scary thing. Keep on living because you don't know when the last last time you're going to see that one person you're going back. Oh No I wish I could say this or I wish I mean it's it's so random but but you know like I say man Kobe. You're in a better place in the families. That also adheres along with everybody. You're all in a better place and I know you're up there looking down like damn. I didn't know I touched that many people you guys did you know. Get things right in your lives out there get things right. You know not good spiritual but get things right. You know what you gotta do make things right jaw. You don't WanNa have to die and things are left undone all right. 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"j. black" Discussed on The Black Ones
"They're so bummed yet. I'm sure they have. You've got the Brian Gymnasium. And you know there's really. It's brisk called the Bryant Gymnasium Dude. I didn't know that. Yeah I mean they had like a little vigil and stuff like got at the high school man okay again. I'm get deep right here right. It's like okay. You had to challenge her in ninety-six Right Challenger. It's like man with a fucker damn space shuttle blown up and shit. What the fuck you remember? Do you remember where you was when that Challenger I was in junior high we were all watching on TV too as you overseas Japan Japan. Yeah I would just just like what the fuck is this even happening like didn't really hit me right now. I remember why is sitting there and we just look at each other or like my classmates asked me if I was like. I couldn't believe how do you can you. I mean back then you can say what the focus happened with. I was like Whoa just disappeared. It's just disappear a quick couple seconds but it was such. It was such a significant part of our lives for something first teacher. Yeah it was a lot of I on. Ah Yes a lot of shit on that flight right. WHO's an Asian astronaut? There was a African American. Yes or not a teacher. I think that was the teacher right. The teacher yeah there were a lot of I that we're going to happen. And unfortunately the first shuttle explosion. Okay so you got you got that right so then what what happens. In Ninety six to Puck dies right ten would follow my dates here. So that's ninety six ninety six to ninety six and do you remember where he wasn't too died. I was when ninety six hours a single state and I heard that issue. I didn't notice shit. I went to Davis and then state Oh. SDS Yes you did. Yeah my known you for fifteen years and I know that she had no yeah I went to state and then I transferred to or I went to Davis and Oh so you was in college when Dot Yes and I was like Whoa. He gets shot. That's when we got an vegas. Yeah I was like okay. This dude is invincible because to Boston shop before for member he's been shot before an elevator. That's always a shopping. I forgot about this. I thought he couldn't be killed at periods. So what if he got shot in Vegas audits is going. He's he's GonNa pull out. You can pull out of it and do. The funding is back back. In the day there was no fucking twitter wasn't like instagram. And not like social no social like you gotta think. How'd you get the information you know? This wasn't no twitter. Nothing no social media and when I was at work when when I found out to Putin di do ours couldn't finish work. I was crying at my work station. I was just like hit. You hit me so hard like that's the first time I'm something hidden. That was the first time to something. Hit me that hard when I even know the guy never met the guy in person at all and it's just personally the emotional regardless how carried his life is just do touch me lies with music and everything else right the things that he's been through right okay so does ninety six so MJ. Two thousand nine thousand nine. So let's go about thirteen years twelve years later. That's MJ right. So it's like okay. Here we go fucking. MJ passes young fifty fifty fifty fifty one years old whatever he dies way who. MJ Jackson. Dude Oh what the hell okay. Okay so in two thousand nine Michael Jackson dies right so when he died is like that was. That was a mess. Here we go with me. He was everybody was he's like it was Dow was man that was horrifying Doodo so everywhere around the courthouse or around his home. I was watching videos. Do Globally everywhere. Were you go people just walking outside this crying this dude. That was a mess when he died. Yeah right okay. Let's go to two thousand twenty Kobe. So so do this is a pattern. Is like every pre contended thirteen years. Somebody's so significant that touch billions of people cherishes early. Yeah including Martin Luther King and all that stuff to like Martin Luther King died early heat. Free can change the whole freaking. I read on. You know what I'm saying. No I did some research on him. I was like well. I can't believe that's how he got killed. Yes seriously I mean I I do. I love history. I love right American history exactly and MLK was at a couple of weeks ago. Yup Martin Luther decides what the Hell happened with Al Happen. Do he plugged in the face. Of course he got he got on a balcony across no across. He wasn't even he wasn't even doing a speech. Yeah Houston he was just hanging out Yup young and some some white dude fuck and just shoot him. Yeah exactly but but the point is they're young in one day is like when they create this movement they have influence influence the amount of influence. It's like they were thinking they're they're doing all of a sudden it's like wait. What but see uh-huh okay? I like this is like a spiritual level here so I'm going deep because of the fact that these people cherish the create some type type of love that that that's been needed you follow me like when to poke died the rap game was going each other's throats and shit bloods and crips and oddest. Everybody's going at it left and right to pack and Big Day chain people came together. You don't say. MJ died fucking the music groups. Everybody came together. Say Hey it's time to do this and time to get away from this. Yeah Kobe died is like is time. There's going to be change. There's GonNa be a change a big change because he's here to create. That changed as needed for America was going down to two so now everybody right now is coming together. For some reason at disc- time was needed. This is the time to the AN. Unfortunately Kobe isn't here is here. And he's the guy that's like okay. Kobe digit job. I told the videos of staple center and so many fucking people their holy smokes really even even agreement due to grandma's grandma's going on man. Yeah we'll see we'll know I was watching the grammy's and they WanNa make you know th they weren't it was kind of like like a hit or miss with some of the people and there's like I don't want to talk about this I do about. I don't know how now do now. I bought no listen where he can with that first of all when Kobe pass the grammy's wanted to be all about. Kobe was the first thing those the free I wasn't like a hit or miss it which is cleaner. No no no no no. I meant leader like no. They made like I didn't even watch it but I saw like the beginning. It was like a huge right memorium yeah they had to change things up but for the moment they had to chase them things up and stuff like that but yeah but but the the funny thing is like I was watching the grammy's all do I was so down and out all the dude I could move off the couch and and and it's like when I saw two grammys. That's all I thought about was Kobe. That's all I thought about. Even they did a little nipsy. The nipsy nipsy hustle and Nipsy but Kobe was on and he just on a different pedestal. Man He's on different planets eh pedestal. Did you guys know Koby Mix. Because unfortunately the grammy's wasn't. It was all about Kobe yesterday. You know what I'm saying. Even though the game is happening people are outside. Not about the grammys. Their us how to buy Kobe. That's what I'm saying. That's my point. That was my bike. Oh my gosh nobody. Outside was well. Sorry people a smorgasbord of of Kobe fans and music fans so it was so so the intermingled and it was cool right. It was it was going to be honest with you man and I don't know if I'm ever going to watch basketball game the same because every time I see a fucking every time I see a game right now. Kobe is going to be right there in my mind every time I see a game. Now I'm not GonNa like it does not matter. Every time I see a game. He's going to be right there. And I'm I'm sorry it's it's sad to say and notice suspect to Lebron the Jordan's and all of them but Kobe. He's my goat copious my goat hall time. He's he's always been my greatest He's on he's on E.. All everybody's doing all these little comparisons to him but he he was mine man because you know we have so much in common. You know what I'm San so he's he's my goat in. He will always be my goat so but hopefully man like say it'd be watched Bosco. Take Awhile discipline. Take a minute this is GonNa take take a minute. The frigging Soak in because ups is going to take a while to soak in. It's not going to be a minute. He's GonNa be a while. Yeah it's GonNa be like I can't believe he's here he's here sure I can't believe he's not here. Yeah I mean it's it's going to be crazy. High can't believe he's not here in. I mean that's the whole thing like really really do your only forty one and your daughter and Lega said those. y'All I'm GonNa tell you right now. Man You mother fuckers out there man. I don't mean to call you mother fuckers but you inconsiderate motherfuckers. There's people out there man you know they're bringing up his past right there idiots man online. There's people actually wishing death upon him what he got because it incident to happen Colorado. Aw fucking manning okay so get a fucking life. Yeah so there's actually people saying he got what he deserved dude. What that was? That was ninety six ninety nine early long fucking time of year but really and people are like. Oh well finally do you mow what do you mean. Finally it fucking took twenty years or fifteen years when fucking finally they act like him fucking fucks they act like he killed like thousand people in ship at fifty two. I mean people you know everybody has mistakes. You know what I'm saying. You know life is life fortunate that he was on TV. Yes this shit happens. All at the time had people that you don't even fucking know every because he was a fucking celebrity. Now you fucking hate him. How the other people that you don't fuck in here that are fucking can cheating on our wives or whatever that situation was you don't hear about them? Okay so check yourself so so rapper. What's the day Michael? Michael rapaport right nights. So he He I saw on his twitter where he put up. A this fucking comedian. I forgot his name. Sharieff some kind of comedian. He did like a little fucking video of himself talking about. Oh Kobe desperate you got you know you did this you got that Oh fuck you know. He's he's blasphemy and Colby. What Yeah Dude? He recorded himself in Michael Rapaport. Put that shit on his twitter was like y'all need to do something with the dude right now. I wish I don't wish doesn't fucking comedian. They don't wish death on anybody. You don't wish death upon hitting me. Yeah this this kind of comedian are you. If you're like I wish he was dead to students crazy. He's a fucking comedian. He had put that shit social media. So yeah man and woman and I guess all social media where somebody else will see you know what he give reaping girl girl noticed may come up really motherfucker dude they act they act like they act like people out there can make mistakes and stuff like that and then in in rebound down from them. Yeah no life shit happens in life and if you die if you die I look at every you have to take take every fucking second of your life. Yeah you have to care about it. What about your family? Yes when me and my family is like every every time I talked to my family members by love you because you don't know if that's going to be a loss and unfortunately for for the for the Bryant family you know. Sorry sorry for Vanessa and the little girls. Yep The three three zero they said you know by dad you know and I hope best a Stephen S. That's a good point. Steve is life is too fragile to ignore..