18 Burst results for "James Marshall"

"james marshall" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:34 min | 2 months ago

"james marshall" Discussed on KCRW

"So suppose somebody an official from Texas called you up and asked for advice and said, You know where upgrading the infrastructure. We're rebuilding the infrastructure. We don't want an experience like this week to happen again. And, of course, because we're doing infrastructure we wanna think 20 years ahead. 30 years ahead 50 years ahead. What kind of advice would you give Texas? Well, you know, I'm an atmospheric scientist, so I really don't think it's too much about the resiliency and infrastructure. But what I would say is this first of all, Let's kill the sort of misinformation out there on renewable energy and wind farms because it's clear that that's not the sole issue here. Wind farms operated much colder and icier places The decks is, in fact, I'm reading that it it was a combination of various things involving natural gas. When On resilient planning. So what I would say is that we need to move from being a reactive society on these extreme compound weather events to more proactive. What I often say these days is hope or waiting. And seeing is no longer an acceptable acceptable weather Risk mitigation plan. Our weather models are good enough that we can plan ahead 10 days ahead months ahead. And so I would. I would ask these power companies to build in more resiliency in the short term and long term because we can pretty much tell you what's gonna happen now, from a weather perspective. Texas did have some advance warning and one questions why they were not able to take advantage of it, and I'm just going to note. Also, we are reporting elsewhere in today's program. Just what you said The Texas has had problems with every kind of energy source in this cold weather. James Marshall Shepherd of the Atmospheric Science Program.

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"james marshall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:47 min | 3 months ago

"james marshall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"A L Now Chris Plante. Thank you. I thought that you were going to turn Bluestar around. Not upside down. He walked around blind out of cane pal full of money of luck. You have to get together in the first place. But why do you need to wreck this company? Because it's likable. All right? Ah, yes, Gordon Gekko and Bud in Wall Street's not so far from reality as it turns out. And now James Marshall Hendrix. Yeah, This is this is a big one big story, No doubt about it. Wall Street is for the big guy's not the little guys And this Robin Hood thing. It turns out, it's just a money pipe on joke. Because it turns out their Lord and master is the big guy, not the little guy, Robin Hood. They've never understood this Robin Hood. Thank you Know those were the 99% occupy Wall Street stuff. They were all going around dressed like Robin Hood. I think a lot of them were green tights anyway, but they put on the Robin Hood hat. You know, from the Errol Flynn's thing and You're around with bows and arrows. They steal from the rich and give to the poor. No! Now back to the money pipe on thing. They still from the poor and give to the rich. Turns out this guy that runs Robin Hood. His Lord and master is.

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"james marshall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:46 min | 4 months ago

"james marshall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Expect to see additional drive time added to your commute. On gingko nuts from garage door repaired calm that W M males For marks. 74 town We'll have a mix of clouds and sun today with a high near 50 cloudy skies tonight in the lower 43 Tomorrow, periods of rain and a high of 63 37 right now at Reagan National on John Matthews, one of 5.9 FM W M A L. Now Chris Plante. A few months ago, Congress started negotiations on a new package to get urgently needed help to the American people. It's taken forever. However, The bill they are now planning to send back to my desk is much different than anticipated. It really is a disgrace that's generous, or perhaps insulting to the word disgrace. Now. James Marshall Hendrix Happy Wednesday to you. Tomorrow is Christmas Eve. And as you might be aware, the day after his Christmas Day A lot of Democrats have trouble with sequencing things like that. I like to be specific whenever possible, just in an effort to be helpful. But there it is. President Trump last night, posting a video on Al Gore's amazing Internet, laying out his objections to the Nancy Pelosi disgraced bill that said, it should be the covert.

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"james marshall" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast

The TWIML AI Podcast

05:14 min | 6 months ago

"james marshall" Discussed on The TWIML AI Podcast

"That's re summary and so you ought mentioned that you often use a combination of purely driven description technologies as well as technology. Is that still rely on a human beings to provide visual description. Chancy mentioned that one of the Trade-offs around unions versus a. I was for example whether it's appropriate For humans to review potentially sensitive content at cnn. Do you have any other thoughts on the tradeoffs of using fully automated versus a partially automated visual description systems. A quite a few on. So i think i think that's a really critical point to to consider because it's not only a domain specific so I believe cynthia mentioned art. And this is really important because in the context of art. Do you have a kerry james marshall painting. You're going to have a very different context and lensing from a twenty three year old black man out of baltimore than a forty five year old white lady in working in chicago in a museum. And so what are the projects that might be worth noting. Here's the coyote project. where what we. It's an open source platform where we trying to increase the multiplicity of voices with individual description in the cultural sector and it's a workflow tool that allows for multiple descriptions to be surfaced. So that we're not in this. This mindset where we just assume one description is is sufficient but then with respect to a. I think it's really critical to point out that there's a wonderful things happening right now. The progress is of course increasing exponential in its in its rate of growth but there's a lot of biases that are built into these systems and there's a lot of inaccuracies just with respect to performance these days so when it comes to new ones. I never trust in automated system whatsoever. I go in without that expectation. Whereas i think just from personal bias perspective i expect a lot more nuance or a lot. More ability to interrogate an ask. Follow up questions when it's a human system can't see in the past. I've heard you share several concerns about privacy considerations With respect to human in the loop systems but also maybe even automated systems in terms of the terms of use of of whether they're storing or what they might be doing with your photographs or questions about visual content. Can you share more. About how your thoughts around privacy. Impact your choice of services absolutely. I'd be happy to if if you permit me. Though i wanna drop one little breadcrumbs regarding.

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"james marshall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 7 months ago

"james marshall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Then inside the Beltway. The work zone after Washington Boulevard has left Lane closed in delays from Westmoreland Street. Now from garage door repaired dot com. March 7 forecast mostly sunny skies today and a high of 72 cloudy overnight with a low of 60. Mostly cloudy tomorrow with a high of 76. 56 right now at Reagan National. I'm John Matthews on 105.9 FM. Washington's mall. W M. A L E plan Please show me where it says the protest was supposed to be polite and peaceful. Well, it's in the First Amendment. And now James Marshall off Seattle Washington. Uh, yes, it is Friday and theory. That is good news. For all of us. Everything is pretty much in theory these days. Man. Oh matter Schevitz all the craziness going on lunch bucket. Jos, apparently still the Democrat candidate for the presidency of the United States and his running mate is still Camelot Camelot. Harris should probably take Willie Brown word on her. He knows a lot about her more than most of us will ever know. A lot more than most of us will ever know. And he recommended against using her as the vice presidential running mate for the Democratic ticket this year. But why listen to him? Happy Friday to you and welcome.

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"james marshall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:11 min | 11 months ago

"james marshall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That is James James what was his middle name James workers Henry James Marshall has James Marshall Hendrix R. six eighty musicologist had it right he was a safe retirement solutions radio I am rubber row we here with a live show bring jobs home make it here the Donald Trump of genders buy American deregulate and innovate this agenda is going to benefit both americana me as well as our national security now you know why because now we're going to start make our medical supplies here and not in China as a matter of fact the United States believe it or not is dramatically dependent on China for medical supplies that include among them are prescription drugs and their ingredients that's according to Rosemary Gibson senior adviser at the Hastings center and co author of the China or X. exposing the risk of America's dependence on China for medicine the Chinese corona virus actually helped expose our dependence on China as a risk to our national security we are dependent on China for our prescription drugs ninety percent of the core ingredients the chemicals and other ingredients depend on China so much so that last week the beat China act was introduced into the Senate short for the bring entrepreneurial achievements to consumers here in North America act the B. China act introduced by Ted Cruz incentivize pharmaceutical companies and medical device suppliers to relocate their businesses here in the United States you listen to safe retirement solutions radio if you would like to schedule a visit I know you hear my **** a lot here on that one six eighty WCBS the guys here are great to me and I got a lot of good friends here and my friends include bill o'reilly and Sean Hannity he hear of that promoting the safe retirement solutions anyway if you would like to schedule a visit you actually can't come on into the office in either Annapolis or talisman and schedule an in person visit and you'll come in you meet with me rod Borrelli and the rest of our team in either Annapolis or Townson all you have to do give us a call or you can go on the website but kept if you call us at four ten two six six eleven twenty and you can schedule a time to come on in or go to our website safe retirement solutions dot com anyway so here are the rules for getting your social security while still collecting unemployment that you really can do both if you're hoping to collect both social security and unemployment you're in luck there's really nothing standing in your way of getting both as long as you qualify for unemployment on your state's requirements you can get these benefits even if you're collecting social security while unemployment benefits can be reduced understate roles have you earned income from doing work while you receive them you won't see your checks reduced based on the money that you get coming from the Social Security Administration which is where the money comes from now although some states did doc benefits in the past they've all repealed the rules allowing that and then the money from unemployment also want cameras wages that affect the amount of your social security checks so there will be no reduction in your retirement benefits based on your jobless benefits claims in short you get to keep the full amount from both unemployment and the social security that you're entitled to under each program which really can go a long way with helping ends meet with this coronavirus mess it's been going on now keep in mind that your social security benefits could be affected if you go back to work so that's something they have to take into consideration if you reach your full retirement age this year but you want to work before it gets to you L. one of work before you collect them your benefits will be reduced if you have earned income if you collect your benefits prior to full retirement age and depending upon the year you were born it's anywhere from sixty six to sixty seven is considered your full retirement age so if you're born in nineteen fifty four to sixty six and then they had two months on each year there after so if you're born in nineteen fifty five it's six months the six sixty six in two months if you lose out on social security benefits by going back to work and earning above the allowable limit the money doesn't disappear forever though thank you for retirement age your benefits are recalculated to account for it and your monthly checks kids get a little bit better for you so again there's earnings test if you collect girly you have earned income can't exceed eighteen thousand two hundred forty dollars if it does you'll have a reduction in social security benefits still you might find it's worth claiming social security while you're temporarily unemployed if your benefits will just disappear once you get back to work especially if you're claiming benefits early and risking early filing penalties because of it now it's important that you make sure that you understand the benefits that you're entitled to maximize your benefits is more important than ever as fears of the Chinese corona virus based recession continue to melt look at all the volatility in the markets in the last week it was like crazy dropped eighteen hundred points in one day then the next day itself almost five hundred points in it's just that it's it's would you like to escape from that in your retirement would you like to know that you have.

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"james marshall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:08 min | 11 months ago

"james marshall" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Little James Marshall Hendrix yes you know Jimmy Hendrix was briefly in the United States Army hundred first airborne I believe it's gonna work out very well for him they let him go home after a while Bob interestingly enough Jimmy Hendrix was a supporter of the anti communist war in Vietnam the supported enough to go and self but you know talking to his friends while doing acid and all that other stuff today it was a supporter of fighting against communism allegedly hundreds of sites since it popped up Thursday welcome we are at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three oh nine six two five those facts about Jimi Hendrix are a little bit hard to find what you're looking for but if you up give it a little effort you'll you'll find that it's a it is an interesting guy and all kinds of ways not to digress under Jimmy Hendrix over here all kinds of wacky stuff going on yesterday and it Lana Georgia the police officers involved in the shooting death of Richard Brooks were charged so I would say over charge in the in the case and it is it is gosh but just the the next shoe drops and it's going to be raining shoes between now and election day and beyond I would expect because it's kind of crazy out there yes it is the Dixie chicks and who else we got everybody's in the crosshairs today got into my mind and uncle bands and Mrs Butterworth's on that who else is the latest there's so many hard to keep up with all the the latest thanks but lots of products are being pulled from the shelves because cream of wheat we're looking at cream of wheat there is a everything's going to be replaced with pictures of straight white men I think is the next step and then the you know the left will have riots over straight white men being out all these products at the grocery store and when they bring their kids to the grocery store they're not going to see any people of color of the products at the grocery store how did this happen and the answer will be well you required it you demanded it was on your list of demands and that they'll be upset about it because they're they're not big thinkers they these people and they're going after everything we're going after the Washington Redskins now there's what is it now the proposal is the red tails the red tails as in the Tuskegee airman this is what their guard for now or the what is it that the the scouts I think that the Braves because if they change that Redskins and Dan Snyder changed their name to the Braves they Trevor be called the cowards you know because they changed their name to the Braves so to be funny to call the carriage but the red tails you see the Tuskegee airmen that yeah there's this movie called red tails it's actually a pretty good movie and visually it's a wonderful movie yeah and that error combat scenes are great and it's kind of a fun I think it may even be on the cable this month for anybody that still has cable but they're talking about not changing the name to the that anything because they're very angry The Washington Post has the story the Redskins name is the shameful statue of the NFL caret down when we get through this moment and make no mistake we are living through history odd fronts both medical and societal it's pretty clear there won't be a statue of Robert E. Lee in the center of Richmond Fort Bragg won't be named after another Confederate general but perhaps the actual American hero instead it's twenty twenty yeah I'm I'm glad you noticed that see if you can catch up just give it give it a shot it's not so hard really the water's fine and it would have been nice if righting past wrongs didn't require nationwide on rest it actually doesn't see but this is that that that that he what he's saying here is that violence works when it comes to achieving their goals and CNN wrote that story a couple of weeks ago I brought it to you a couple of weeks ago yeah that had a long story about how a peaceful protest doesn't work that's been proved that Martin Luther king was wrong and violence works and that was the CNN story and that's what he's casually throwing it here too Brian this for Luka bar at Brian's for Lou got said that does he passed writing past rugs first of all you can't right past wrongs that so that would require time travel didn't require nationwide unrest actually it doesn't it's going to it's going to blow up in your face is again but you're always too stupid to recognize what's coming down the tracks but it would be a shame to miss this moment now that the unrest is here see it's an endorsement to be heard and understood forever and ever amen that it's not how things work you must be very young or very stupid very spur looga which brings us to the Washington Redskins now is the time sorry long past the time Daniel Snyder look around at this broken country yeah violent left wing mob has been loose in the streets of America and they are you know the left is coming for your rights the best we can hope for is that the death of George Floyd while in police custody leads us to someplace better it already has not sure think that we're more able to understand the perspective of others yeah I don't think that's what you're working toward or at least listen to them think about them and brace that bureau you we can't have braces social distancing our orders in place doubt this so in any case he wants to change the name of the restaurants are they going after this for a long long time of course they support Planned Parenthood but don't bring that up because it just confuses them you know this moral relativity thing that that they live in it is a complicated but tangle that though they cannot eggs extract themselves from the Washington post so that I don't know if it's going to happen but this is what they're pushing for and they are crazy you know going up what's his name Juan Williams on a fox news because of the DC football team what people call the DC football team and and all this other stuff by the way the state of Oklahoma the word Oklahoma means read people or the red man that's what the name of the status and president trump holding a rally there on Saturday today is Thursday that's day after tomorrow for Democrats that are following a long and the the left they're very upset about that because it's a gathering of people ignore all these other gatherings of people these are not the gatherings of people you're looking for but when it comes to president trump holding a rally that can't be allowed because you know Joe Biden can't hold a rally because he's in Wuhan confinement and he can't come out to play with his friends and right is staying right around with cards in the spokes with clothes pins and little streamers coming off of the handles on the handlebar and yelling DDO DDO nobody knows why Joe Biden also end up speaking of statues of that this got their attention this is on the front page of the metro section of The Washington Post the headline is Richmond monument.

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Gold

PODSHIP EARTH

06:09 min | 1 year ago

Gold

"Since one thousand nine hundred sixty. California has officially been known as the Golden State. And that's because as the plaque reads California's development and remarkable prosperity began with the discovery of gold humanities. Love of gold is fairly bizarre of all the hundred and eighteen elements in the periodic table. Gold is the only one which we humans have always gravitated towards gold was used earliest currencies. Gold joined us in marriage and was used to produce most precious artifacts. Maybe the secret to our love of gold is simply that it's beautiful and never tarnishes in eighteen. Fifty-three my father's great grandfather Henry. Cohn traveled from a tiny stelle. In what is now Poland to Hamburg where he boarded a boat and six months later. After walking across the isthmus of Panama Henry ended up in San Francisco. Henry Cohn was part of the Goldrush the largest mass migration in American history bringing about three hundred thousand people to California. It all started in eighteen. Forty eight when James Marshall found gold in his piece of land at Sada's mill in Coloma. The News of gold quickly spread around the world. At first the gold could be picked up from the ground but later on it was recovered from the streams and rivers with the use of panned. The gold rush peaked in eighteen fifty. Two and after that the Gold Rassoul getting thinner and harder to reach soon largescale and more environmentally damaging methods of traction cold hydraulic mining were employed. One hundred and seventy years later on the environmental legacy of the gold rush a significant and yet acknowledged as we'll discover in today's episode mercury which is a deadly neurotoxin was elemental to the process of gold-mining today large quantities of mercury from the gold. Russia's still polluting California posing a risk to every kind of living organism including us. I travel up to California's gold country to meet with Izzy Mountain. Izzy is a community organizer and environmental advocate with over forty years of experience working in rural communities to economic and environmental justice. She is what with a wide variety of constituencies from tribal leaders to Maynas and from farmers to forest is is. He first entered local politics. Nevada County Planning Commission at during the nineteen ninety s and later while serving on the Nevada County Board of supervisors. Miss Martin led the fight to put the South Yuba river into the state. Wild and scenic river program is he became. Ceo The Sierra Fund Sixteen years ago she conceived of and led the effort that resulted in the publication of the Sierra Funds. I report on the impact of the Goldrush mining's toxic legacy and has worked for the last decade to bring attention to golds dark shadow on a very hot day. Is Ian. I climb to the top of a damn standing above the angle. Bright Damn A army corps US Army Corps of Engineers Dam on the main stem of the river. Where is that though in Nevada county? We're about halfway between Tahoe. And Sacramento. A little north of that would not actually in Nevada. Nope we're in the state of California and we are standing right between Nevada County and Yuba County and we're standing on the beautiful Yuba River which flows down to the feather. And then the Sacramento from there down into the San Francisco Bay in the ocean. So you were a county board of Supervisors member when you first came here. Tell us about your first experience with this. Damn down a few different times over my life had been here my whole life. It was built and commissioned in nineteen forty seven by the Army Corps of Engineers so that people could resume hydraulic mining blocks hundreds of miles of potential fish passage for fish. Come from the ocean and go up into the high sierra to lay their eggs so when I first came to the damn understanding that the state of California had targeted this spot em federal government as maybe the best place to restore passage at the very first meeting we went to the. Us Geological Survey stood up and said you can't do anything to that. Damn until you look at the material behind it is holding back a whole bunch of mercury and that was the very first time I had ever heard anything about mercury and the state of California and its role in the goal rush. Or how long have you lived in this part of the world? My family came to California as part of the Gold Rush. We were quakers. Escaping the east coast. Ten violent religious oppression moved out to become farmers I was raised in Concord California on that form and in one thousand nine hundred five. I married a farmer and we moved to Nevada county beautiful organic farm in a place called Penn Valley. Tell us about this county and just its history and the gold rush because it is a lot of history here. Nevada county was ground zero of the California Gold Rush. Far More gold was taken out of this county and specifically this river that we're standing above than any other place in the state of California. It's where the very destructive technique called hydraulic mining which is using power water monitors to to scrub mountainside. Looking for gold is where that was invented. They started to dam the rivers and convey that water over to these huge hydraulic mining activities. Which were recovering thousands of of gold but millions of tons of sediment not material here from Nevada county rolled down the river and kept flooding the Sacramento Valley and eventually the farmers downstream who are really tired of having their houses filled with all this debris sued and stopped the activity known as hydraulic mining.

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"james marshall" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

DISGRACELAND

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"james marshall" Discussed on DISGRACELAND

"Degrees spattered. Some more filth. Another wave regine coming on this burning up one of the paramedics. Click the Stereo. Chairman of the Board's you've got me dangling on a string rolled through its giddy mournful chorus and the paramedic riding shotgun snap his fingers now this music truth be told. This is my kind of black music. It's calm catchy strings. And Nice boy too much. You People's music is loud. Political paramedic driving chimed in. Say a loud. He's black. He's almost dead that you shared a lap of the song played on gummy dangling on a string. Please be trapped everything out got back in the stretcher. More recline than upright to begin choking some more he felt his airway clog up again tasted the vomit their lodge tight that your girl back there at the apartment. Schalken writing paramedic you talk to Jimmy. The stretcher twisting his neck just enough so that his voice would carry into the back. How many white women does that make? It was the problem you like black made. His Jimmy's face went flush is lost more building breathe. He was too tired to move. He was slipping under again. If you feel it come up for air only to be humiliated and ignored by these racist assholes and now they're just going to let him die here looking down at his feet in the back of the shore bus ambulances listening to the chairman of the fucking bored on this. God Damn slow boat to China pulled into Saint Mary Abbot's Hospital Kensington. Jimmy was under again. The paramedics flung open the back. Doors pulled the stretcher out and went to wheel him into the emergency room and they didn't check vitals. They didn't take stock the situation. They didn't look back as they casually walked away out of the hospital and back to their ambulance. Didn't give two shits because it didn't really matter to them at all Jimi Hendrix. Didn't matter to them at all. They got them there. It was someone else's job to care. The doctors noted the unusual amounts of red wine residue on Jimmy's close in his hair in his throat in his lungs. If not necessarily in his stomach it was coming out of his nose and his mouth and one of the nurses saw Jimmy on the stretcher and shouted in shock oil it's Jimi Hendrix who's Jimi Hendrix. The attending doctor responded moments later. The same doctor called it confirmed Jimmy's long-running permissions that he James Marshall Jimi Hendrix was dead at twenty seven just months away from his twentieth..

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"james marshall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"james marshall" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"He'll give us the latest on his thoughts on the impeachment inquiry what's going down there we got a radio host that was fired over the weekend for bashing Donald Trump no it's not me we'll talk about it coming up in our number two or number through our number three excuse me you one of the football what a disaster you one of the basketball tonight we'll get through their game over the weekend of course against UCLA and James Marshall drive transports will be joining us talk a little NBA hoops really nice scene in LA yesterday at Lakers games Kobe Bryant showed up and he had a moment with the brown James right how it was it was pretty cool so we'll talk about that coming up in our number three it is Monday and that means our friend Chris win joining us in studio Chris how's it going I'm doing good Brian good to see you had a fun weekend yeah what we'll get to that here let's let's let's talk about that of course let's talk about me first because I'm Mr selfish but dot no I had a really fun weekend started off you know we had Marlon Wayans on the show last week I went to a show Friday night at the garage is a lot of fun it's a good time not I'm not gonna say he is my favorite stand up comedian but he did give us some laughs he was good he was fun so that was cool way to start off the weekend and then on Saturday had a chance to catch Fleetwood Mac so I had a date and and and we went to the T. mobile arena for the show our seats were way in back and and I don't mean when back like second level we actually had floor seats but they were way in back right so you can save yourself a lower section seats anywhere else might've been better they were they were they were good seats but there went back and they were like two fifty a pop to they weren't cheap so I said to her I said why don't we just walk around and see if there's any seats in front now if you looked on StubHub or a you know some of these seats like first second third row we're going for five grand each it's Fleetwood Mac right it's Vegas yeah so I finally.

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"james marshall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"james marshall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I love me some many rabbit too. We lost him in nineteen ninety eight. And if you were a guy, especially around my age, Bruce Lee. Was your hero? I remember all those movies and we lost him in nineteen seventy three. And I remember game of death return to the dragon fister. Fury's. Enter the dragon the Chinese connection I loved him on the green hornet as Cato Cato. Yeah. He was the best Kato ever in James Marshall Hendrix, otherwise known as Jimmy back to Berkeley, real quick kind of coincidental. That his birthday was the same day that kung FU fighting came out. I mean seriously. I know a plan honor to him. Very possible. But Bruce Lee was amazing guy. But anyway, back to James Marshall Hendrix. Unfortunately, a member of the twenty seven club. We lost him way too soon that man did some stuff with the guitar that has never been done again. I mean, he was amazing truly amazing played a right handed guitar left handed. So that means he's strung it upside down. Oh my goodness. Yeah. It was he was very very good. Very good. Just sad that you know, didn't put out enough stuff before he died because he died at such a young age. But yet stuff is timeless. Very I love me. Some Jimi Hendrix gave you big Hendrix fan. Oh, huge Henderson guy was amazing. It really was. And I just I can't say enough about that twenty-seven club. We lost three of the greatest musicians of all time all within a year. You had Jim Morrison from the doors. Janice, Joplin and Jimi Hendrix all within a year period all at the age of twenty seven that's where the clubs started. So awful. It is awful. Glad I made it past twenty-seven. All right coming up at seven o'clock hour. Wwl news director, Jim foresight. His first commentary of the morning right now. It's your Rush Limbaugh daily commentary. Brought to you by doors guns..

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"james marshall" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"james marshall" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"The idea of blacks in so, say, blood like mentioned celebrating people who are at an extreme of success chic -ment is that in its own way problematic. If you focus too much attention on people who seem exceptional. I mean, it's like the vast numbers of people who get their behind. Really transformation takes place at the level of the ordinary. I mean, when it becomes commonplace when everybody feels like they have a stake, everybody feels like they have potential. Everybody feels like they have access. That's where you really talking about transformation. I mean, we're not talking about movie stars and stuff. There's a problem in order to be invited to the table at the black pass, and you had to be exceptional accidentally. Have this together coming to dinner syndrome like, yes, okay, he's accepted because he's got PHD's doctor. He's got a friend of other. You've got all of this stuff. This makes kinda okay to me. That's all wrong paint to get easy as held. No big is hard. It should get harder. I mean, the thing is it's harder to decide what to do on the one hand. If there's a demand for the work you're doing is easy to kinda pump out. A lot of that scene. That satisfied, that demand, but I'm not interested in doing that. I liberate quite a lot on the work I'm doing the more work you do the more impossible to get to do other work, the space for doing things that really worthwhile, just get smaller and smaller. I think a lot about what's worth doing. So if I'm gonna be making images of black people that ultimately end up being sold, it matters to me what cans of images are putting in the marketplace them not just gonna put anything out just because I can is the reason that we see in this new is quite different. I think of what I'm doing is being idea driven, but in show where you're talking about the history of painting, I'm really sort of examining for myself on some level and then for the spectators what some of the challenges of making paintings have been. If we go through that. Show and you look at the differences that show is organized around three moments in the idea of what it means to make paintings. One is sort of at the rudimentary level at this basic level, what a painting is another is how we come to learn about an experience and understand the value, the history and the value of painting and the other is of -ment outcome. Where paintings in the says, a painting of the interior of anomalies museum. And we'll say in black. And the the automobiles. Obliterated, like the lifetime or at six. None of those things are particular particularly clear, and the painting that's being talked about is unavailable to because it's the whole is the whole thing in that sense. So painting his pedagogical, we learn about painting from experiences like that's how we know says the school kid to assist, they're being taught. They're being told, this is what it is. This is how it is this was worthwhile. So what is the painting saying about? He's landing on the wolves, black kids learn about painting the same way. Everybody else learns out about aiding. You get taken to the museum to and somebody tells you what these things are, what they're about in what they're four. And so our concept of what the value of painting comes from those museums to Beth with that picture is about the color is everything and the title. Untitled of the painting foundational isn't it kind of is in brownie in the Bradwell is like, if you, you know the unfinished layer Nado saints wrong. All of finished paintings that it at Brown of the painting that do the colors and everything top. That's that painting is it's one of those is the foundation of power began. This is how it starts. If you go back to the statement that hundred, the rain made that a painting is simply lies in colors, raised a certain order, and then you could look at a picture like that you, you can understand that it's there's no requirement to do more than that to.

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"james marshall" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"james marshall" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"With knowledge, absolute the way paintings amazed every kind of eighty every kind of paying into understand something about the reason why you would choose to do that as opposed to doing something else and say, looking at all these different ways to make paintings. Why was it that you settled on the style that you are most notable going around law street? There was a kind of visual threats that links these right while part of compositions, right? That's one thing. The color of the thickest things that That's nature. right, Richard. So impacting the case, be bathed that using black paint with a taboo of source. If you thinking romantically the black was always seen as the color that diminishing killed color as opposed to enhance the. So I said about trying to figure out a way to make black chromatic too. You find out that black is already from that? They are warming cool blacks. Just like the warm at a cool green. That's not something you could learn from the pastas because they didn't. They upright. And even modern painters would say, mix of black, don't use a black. So I say if you could take carbon black iron oxide black at ivory black also called bombed by if you take those three colors, they all look different from each other. Just out the jar, you can take black paint. You can do the same thing that you would do. If you're using blue pay side by side, you put him on top of each other, they do. They look different. I'm why she she's not other tainted pigment. Describe this gain an African MAC, like Brown's, different color skin? Yeah. Why did he choose these? Well, strings attached glass, but it is not restricted buddies specific insisting I mean, initially when I started you. Note that black color, I've using black as a rhetorical device. So in the language of race, we talk about black people. We talk about white people. And so if you're going to say that, then do that. So let the figures be the embodiment of the concept that defines them. So that means that I could paint my figures black really used black, he stopped painting for life. Did you have people in this gene? Well, I felt that I had people pose for photographs that I took, but I was that mainly only photograph because I wanted to use the posture and the the clothing, but I was gonna pay those figures black. And so I never used their head in the figure because I decided I didn't want to take people who were like Brown skiing, paint them black. I started inventing my figures completely so that I wanted figure they were born to be black. So they're all made up and work in such a way. That they have a certain kind of certain kind of reality about this reality about when you look at this sensitive in a strange way, this narrative, I find a sense that these people with a story and something's happened to be cool at this moment in the story, what's happening. I mean g is it tempting to imagine a life cities, people? Gee, I'm not a mess interested in trying to imagine a life per se, but I'm really interested in the way they are presented as a presence. You're really not particularly narrative. I mean, they they're doing something, but. Figures at the bobbers or in the gore. That'd be cool. That amendment of you can write, but you can build narrative, but they just they and the being there part. That matters a lot to me. It's recognizing them as being in the world. I'm being something not out orderly, not ordinary. You know. Is that things like, do we always need to see people being bitten by a police dog or shot by police officer, hanged or beaten, or discriminated against or or in the gutter? Say what we really will is that we really, you're interested in seeing, but isn't she. The other end of spectrum. The theme of contemporary life around black excellence in the idea of genius and even doing that. The other end of lease rights. I'm not trying to make them more special, not doing highlights is like these are not superstar. I don't do celebrities. The idea..

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"james marshall" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"james marshall" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"But when you do see is a way of trying to representing by people in the most ordinary, the most mundane most everyday kinds of attitudes. They're not simply there as a sign for people to read to confirm some sump shin. They already have that. If you look at those figures, they seem to be self possessed. That man is a lot to me. Will it still refunding that ally might have it, then you have. And since the art going public is largely white audience. The museum going public is largely a white museum going public. I take a certain responsibility to the way I project the image of fitting into that space where you can read from the history of painting or the history of image making. What have you seen the life themselves? They seem the light themselves. They like what they look like. They like what they do and they like seeing them. Selves with each other. But there's no corresponding genre in which black people seem to like each other seem to like themselves seemed like what they look like and seeing like what they do because the narrative of being black in the western hemisphere is a narrative that comes from having been competent colonized and insulate that narrow sort of sets up the next tation where the only way you can envision the ideal of what beauty and pleasure. Enjoy all those things is almost always has to have a wide representation associated with that. Blackie with themselves and other people don't see black people as being Representative of those kinds of emotions. Those kinds of feelings we don't think about people enjoy, is that why you work is of taking the beach though? Oh, I I hope hope so. so. I hope they are. I hope they are even as making engines that I think ordinary and trying to also make sure they have an element of poetry to them. That's what I try to do tonight, heat stable. Well, it is. I mean, but it comes out of tradition. I mean, that sense of grandeur. What do you do? You feel entitled to that too when he right, going in and day to see that you'll as child DC kids, he felt as he put it in title to kind of graduate. So in Birmingham, though. I mean, kids kids. A young. I mean, you young, right? So you didn't have you don't have that big a conception of what it means to be in the world. You don't really have. It becomes something. Consciousness threading. It only happened major. So when you're when you're young, you take everything for granted. So I started out in kindergarten started Catholic school. When you go into the church that statue Jesus, that Mary that statue of Joseph, and then on the pop culture and pagan side. You know, they're Santa Claus this the tales, Snow, White, rose, red, the sleeping beauty. I mean, these are all images. The white people do special things being special people. He ninety sixty eight with marvel comics introduced the superhero. The Black Panther is comes in the moment that character in all of a sudden, the idea of a black superhero became a possibility that you had never considered before because before that was a superhero, he was super mad. He was back man. He was the flash. She was man. He was all those characters. And I think the way language reinforces this sort of special status. You pick up those first groups of model comic books. And here the titles is the amazing spider man, the fantastic four, the incredible hulk, the mighty sore listened to that and that's never applied to you. Then you can't help, but somehow feel diminished in relationship to that. But what was the plane decided as an artist? I have the power to change the way the black people represented by combat present these qualities Mitee. Amazing just every day. So when I started out, I would driven by this need to know what it was. The artist I was looking at in our history books knew that made it possible for them to do the work. They did give me intensive technique, compositions knowledge. And so I spent my time reading those freezing reading book trying to find out what it was they knew if you could know what they knew, then you can do what they did..

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"james marshall" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

04:54 min | 2 years ago

"james marshall" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"Effect that I'm making them, you know, and I have a choice either. I can reinforce the dominance of image that's already there or I can. I can produce images of the kind that I am more familiar with and with life to see represented more. I can produce those images and producing in such a way that when you put them in their next to those things, they command as much attention as the things that already without what I did. Why wouldn't I make images of black figures as person the worldwide with not the what you've made until this point has been dominated by black favors isola- overhead adventure Adventure set. set some work just seen today at David's fun. Some of these companies that are abstract, the Seamaster They seem sing. strip the only some figures in right? Is this shift and your what? No. I mean, it's it's not a shift at a fairly broad and fairly long view of what it means to make artworks. One of the goals artists pursued think is to be free from mimic patients that imposed by the academy or some of institutional authority for somebody's being free from that with being free from the requirement to represent things as appear to be. Of course, the trajectory led to what people call abstraction, but then abstraction becomes a kind of a trap too. Well, if you take a lot of these ideas to a logical conclusion, you've done the lease stats possible to do to constitute a thing called the painting says, kind of richton. It's so right. If you reach that implant, then what you do these stop and you could somebody do, but then you. Could find out whether or not the history that we know of painting if they've covered all the ground, big done, all the things that can be done. And if they haven't, then you find those places with where their absences where their gaps, where the inadequacies and you can actually spend some time resolving some of those inadequacies. And that's a part of that's part of what part of what I was doing good. So the the lack of representation of black figures in paintings that end museums is a challenge to feel that lack. So when to work that seem abstract come into play, is that well, for me to be completely free as an artist means that you afraid to do anything you want to if the idea presents itself to you something worthwhile to pursue because I make figures doesn't mean that making work better peers to be abstract is now available to me, and it's interesting that the what these talked to tonight was painting. At a time when unit predominantly white ourselves. So figurative painting, and even painting abstract as as unfashionable that it wasn't on lable to you because you're doing something. Because some of my thing is always been, I one who decides whether John row or area of working is exhausted on to me. There really isn't necessity to see more images of by figures in paintings that find their way into. And that's completely independent of what some small segment of the art world that feels like they have exhausted all these possibilities. Questions he decide is who is if I'm familiar enough with the way in which the whole idea of art has been organized constructed and codified. Then I get to say cheese. Assets of Kentucky life, showing it's interesting that the people that you have present. I mean, just thinking of the show that's does about open. We see a women taking for we see every day life in works. We see couples in intimate scenes. We see people on dates the families. This isn't purely in the kind of representation of African American life that we see in the media, which is kind of context, police violence in part every things that I don't do. Even if I dress history of violence or history of deprivation or history, there's a way that I do it that's more oblique that's less connected to kind of photojournalistic narrative. The things that are not interested in representing because I think they feed too much into conventional assumptions about what it means for black people to be in a place. You don't see images of black people in trauma. In my work, you don't see images of black people who are abject..

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"james marshall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"james marshall" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Sure i think it might come from the tore off from another ancient text perhaps in the land of the blind what i'd man must be k that jose got to like the land of the blind what i'd man must be king and now james marshall hendricks akg everybody else catch this very god home box office last night on the hvo right there on the cable television time warner cooperation a lot of hollywood people at media cable news media people bad news anchors at movie actors singers what's the difference it's all show business solved television they're all sucking up early they're all sucking up to the movies shards let's be honest that's the way it is i dial there last night more or less by happens fans and let me tell you these people can you say these people either you'd say these people van crazy watching this stuff turning to channel just like putting your figure in a dyke i think it just doesn't do the just doesn't do the job air it is right there that was surfers said there and i up my best growing i remind than our own business very what's consume some news had some dinner i had a nice tied mind than our own business as anything on the television at eight o'clock.

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"james marshall" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"james marshall" Discussed on KELO

"He's able to call in and help us out on the program dave schreyer okay here's what's on tap for tonight in this is a it's a bit of a theme show because two of tonight's three guests were at one stage in their lives homeless one living on the streets of toronto the other the backwoods of new york state in both ended up fight finding inspiration and experiencing a bit of an appeal fanie during their homeless period psychic medium sloan bella a spinner teenage years homeless and living on the streets of toronto during which time she believed she began to communicate with the spirit of jimi hendrix who ended up guiding her during her work with other missing and sexually exploited children sloan is learn to communicate with other worldly belongings including extraterrestrials and has been involved in helping to solve a number of mysterious disappearances so slow mbela aka the sexy psychic will be here for the last three hours of the program and if the spirits are willing perhaps he'll be able to communicate with the likes of james marshall hendricks and perhaps some others as well coming up in our one the word co hilo means gentle breeze in hawaiian it's also the name of an innovative wind turbine company near auburn new york began by and ventured derek grassman after a pit after an epitome well he was homeless and living off the grid in the backwoods this turbine is a unique vertical axis turbine with no external moving parts that means no.

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"james marshall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"james marshall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I am i'm finding know the hina either shut my mouth no your soul actually lead you to that way or a reason i really come to understand that so i don't have regret in that ben and keep in mind that you know in a and i do believe in reincarnate asian with in 'nother life if there's something i've missed out in this way i can only agree to come back and live the kind of life they quote i feel i missed out on although i don't i i feel like it's very unique experience and i didn't joined it there hasn't really been anything i looked back on and i really wasn't afraid when i was younger perhaps with input hooper could be afraid but i just wasn't it you know fighters right knee more sloan bellas with a psychic medium and when we come back we're heading into a break your shortly but when we come back i wanna find out when you began to communicate with the spirit of the late great james marshall hendricks as of and we'll we'll talk about how i i guess him in some respects he guided your work uh working with other with other street children it's a it's a fascinating chapter in the life of sloan bela and we'll do that on the other side coming back with a you're going into the break rather with ice and tina turner sugar sugar with us your coast to coast am yes thank you diane lane you.

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