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Dallas County leaders rescind ZIP code vaccine plan after state threatens to cut dose allocation
"News, the state of Texas threatened to reduce the weekly number of covert 19 vaccine doses for Dallas County and lost so recently approved policy that prioritized shots for certain zip codes was not changed. One of the county commissioners met an emergency session earlier this evening, and after a lengthy discussion they did vote to resend the policy. I moved to rescind 45. Second all those in favor of thinking about us saying I I I dress her price. But I don't like having my arm twisted. Yes, no or abstain. We're not staying now, Jenkins went on to tell the commissioner's I think the majority's goal was noble to help 11 underserved, um, zip codes. The effect, though, if we continue on that path and lose our vaccine is it will hurt people. And at times things were a bit lively. No. Last week we vaccinated 12,000 people. The majority of them were over 75 years ago years old and Anglo just 10 and Anglo. And was not from disadvantaged communities. The state said The measure violated its goals to equitably
Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on Eric Harley and Gary McNamara
"President Biden capped off his first day as president of the U. S. He had alive is celebrating America special. He spoke from the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, where he continues with the theme of the inauguration July. Tomlin. Doug wanted to make sure our inauguration was not about us. But about you, the American people. The new president expressed gratitude to the American people for his election. Ohio Republican Congressman Jim Jordan condemned his efforts to impeach and convict now former President Trump. They tried to remove President Trump from office before he got there. And they're trying to remove him now that he's already left. I mean, it's ridiculous. We all know we've talked about this for years. They started going after him. On July 31st 2016 congressmen, Jordan spoke to Fox's Hannity. Democrats say Trump is responsible for inciting a riot at the U. S. Capitol. The state of Texas threatened to reduce the weekly number of covert 19 vaccine doses for Dallas County. That's unless a recently approved policy that prioritizes shots for certain zip codes was not changed well. The county commissioners met in emergency session earlier this evening. There's a bit of a heated discussion, but they did vote to rescind the policy. Judge Jenkins and Commissioner Prize No. Last week we vaccinated 12,000 people. The majority of them were over 75 years of years old and Anglo, just 10 and and Anglo. Was not from disadvantaged communities. The state said The measure violated its goals to equitably distribute the vaccine. North Texas man is free from prison after having his sentence commuted in the final hours of President Trump's presidency before leaving office. Former President Trump granted clemency for more than 140 people, including a commuted life sentence for Ferrell. Scott the Dallas man sentenced to life in prison on a third strike, marijuana charge. His attorney, Britney K. Barnett, argues the punishment didn't fit the crime and says the computation proves there's hope for reform in the justice system can see his case as an example for the greater need to push for more transformative changes. Got spend 12 years behind bars plate. Nevil, WB AP News Federal investigation into Texas Attorney General Kim Paxton on the accusations of bribery and abuse of power continues. That's despite speculation he would receive Presidential pardon before Donald Trump left office now trumpeted issue several last minute pardons. But Paxton was not in that group. Paxton was indicted for felony securities fraud back in 2015. We do expect rain to continue overnight into tomorrow. Right now. It's 44 degrees in Fort Worth from the W B, A P News desk and Mickey Briggs your next update at 12 30 24 7 coverage. WB ap dot com. How many of you have tried weight loss program from your buddy at the gym? Or maybe a co worker, maybe a cleanse, and the same result is always happened, which is Zero results. No offense to your boy. But try this for change. Listen to somebody who knows what they're talking about. When it comes to losing weight a professional. That's what I finally did. The coaches is so they've been changing People's lives for years, including my I'm still down £50 and not still looks sexy. Check out what so the client, Ian had to say. When asked about the program, he said. I've been doing sold it for six weeks and lost £36. Nothing real out of the ordinary. I just followed the program. Listen to the people who know what they're talking about. Not rely on things I've read on the Internet all these years. That's it. And listen. I listened. So did the people who have posted more than 4000 sold a client Google reviews on the website..
Washington, D.C. In Lockdown As Inauguration Approaches
"Days before the inauguration of a new president, the nation's capital is locked down really surreal. The 21,000 National Guard troops from seven states have this city locked it down from the Capitol to the White House streets I saw this morning have been blocked by guard trucks. There's checkpoints with soldiers armed with him for rifles boxes. Griff Jenkins, the FBI worried We're concerned about the potential for violence. Multiple protests and rallies plans here in DC and its state Capitol buildings around the country. In the days to come. FBI Director Christopher Race as they are monitoring online shatter about possible violence.
Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on Broncos Country Tonight
"Fred Sports on K Away News Radio Rocco's Countryside Ryan. It was better than all right, Let's head right out to the hotline and bring on a good friend of the program. Tim Jenkins. Check out his fantastic work. Jenkins elites, T Jenkins elite on Twitter as well, Tim, how you doing, man? I'm doing great. I mean, I got to throw a curve ball, and I didn't want to talk to you guys about this before, But I'm just hanging out having a drink this couple nights ago, listening to Broncos country, which I think every single person in Denver does and I hear my good friend Ryan Edwards. Call me abrasive and I was taken aback at lunch. I'm sitting there. My wife is here. You know, my wife goes. See, I told you I wasn't the only one and I'm sitting there like great. Great Now I got everybody turned on may listen In my defense. There is no defense way like I wanna hear this. But this one way I was loved it. I loved it. I looked up the definition. That's how smart I am. You know, I don't really know what it is. I look up the definition and it's like Utter disregard for feelings. And I said, Yeah, sounds about right. Yeah, that Z close, right, You know, Honestly, I think where I'm I don't notice this with Ben, too, because it's kind of like you don't suffer any fools right? And that's that's more. What it kind of comes down to is like, Okay, if you're gonna come at me with a take You better be right for your sake and for your family's sake, because I'm going to bury you in public forum and so for me that that's more of like one of those things like, Okay, well, it's fine. I've never noticed you. That you don't want to have a conversation with anybody You have plenty of conversations is just one of those like. If you come up with a strong angle or paint on something, then you better be right. We compare to back it up, but you know that, And that's that's really what should always be about. Right, right and loving. I loved it, And I just have to give you a hard time because, well, well, good buddies, And now you know, now that I got your number, I can touch you whenever and be like, Hey, what you say you should. You should definitely do that. It like weird times like 2 30 in the morning. She definitely definitely abused that privilege with Brian's Never mind Buddy. Ryan's right. So in a sense, like, you know, he's used the same adjective on me because I can't be that way. I can be abrasive on Twitter and all that stuff. It's one of those things where I don't want I I enjoy debate. I enjoy people with different opinions. Because having that debate is going to make my opinion stronger. Or it's gonna find me changing my opinion to make my opinion strong, one way or the other. But what I don't suffer is people that come in with snide snarky, you know, arrogant name calling stuff. That's when I'm like gonna go drink Horace on your whole family. Does that for you? And I enjoy it. I enjoyed every second of it under scent, and so, like I said, that I find a very entertaining. It's not exactly the style that I tend to go into Twitter with, but I also don't have the depth of knowledge, and I'll acknowledge that part is I don't have the depth of knowledge that you guys bring to the table when it comes to talking about these things, And there are some people in the media and maybe even some fans sometimes. I liked Oh, pretend sorry for that, But I like to pretend as though they know as much as guys that actually played the position, and that's the thing that grinds my gears. If you will. We always use that term for Ben. But it grinds my gears as well. Seeing people out there kind of popping off is though, and honestly, I've kind of enjoyed you saying, okay? You explain to me why this is wrong or why you're seeing it this way. And then once they do, they obviously aren't gonna be able to keep up. And honestly that it's a good checks and balances. Don't always tell. You know what? I'm what? I'm rolling that way way. Let's roll. Wilson. You guys tell me where we start? Yes. All right. Zach Wilson. I can't wait to talk about Zach Wilson because there's the range on him. I mean, he's It was a good guy over the course of the last college season seemed to improve his stock. Like like almost everybody, unequivocally, a said. Ben is that he's the number two quarterback in this draft. As far as for you all he's talked to I mean, as far as I'm concerned, I wouldn't take it any lower than the third. The top 37 has in two or three. So So do you. What you saw this last year is a guy that you would consider taking in the top five. Yeah. I mean, 100%. He's a guy that I'm gonna probably, you know, drive people crazy and granite. This is I haven't watched Trevor Laurence yet, but he's a guy that I think would You could consider it one. You're not stupid. I just think it's you know, this kid's tape is really, really impressive. The question on him in my opinion is Can you clean up his feet Because his feet are very sloppy, and I think to say it lightly with that being said. I mean, in terms of arm angles and in terms of mobility and Listen, if you're if you're saying Trey Lance is a once you know if you're saying Trey Lance is an elite arm talent, Those couple throws attacked Wilson puts on tape. It's like, hold on. Let me let me go ahead and show you how to do it, but it's just To me. It's you know, the kids incredibly gifted, I think There are some concerns in terms of and that's what I talked about last night a little bit on Twitter. There's some concerns about the stagnation of the defense's he goes against meaning. Keeps he's very limited, exotic looks and not even exotic. He sees very limited rotational coverage, which is a really big concern, because that's what the NFL You know, does that every single rookie quarterback you know, known to man including Peyton Manning and wife through some meeting interceptions, right, So I think there's you know, there's concerns there. In terms of.
The Nikko Jenkins Murders
"Thirty-three-year-old andrea krueger was an all american beauty. Who according to. Her mother didn't have a single enemy and was an incredibly generous and loving mother of three home video of her baby girls first birthday party. Her thick golden blond ponytail swings freely against her neck and cheek as she helps to blow out a candle while bending over her little girl's high chair. Andreas blue eyes sparkled with pure happiness as everyone joined in to sing happy birthday to her child. But then again andrea was often caught in the act of being happy in her positive attitude was contagious. One of her close friends described her. This way the drought was selfless independent. Strong and the heart of her family. She was loving and nurturing. She had an energetic personality that enabled others to be better people. She was ordinary feisty and could push peoples buttons then get them to laugh at the same time andrea enjoyed the company of friends and family country music traveling and relaxing at the beach with a good buck. The loves of her life were her husband and her kids spunky charismatic as her friends called her. This doting mom was also a hard worker. Having earned a business degree through the university of nebraska omaha g chosen to stay home during the day care for children a preteen boy a young daughter and her special needs baby who was born missing a hand because of the little girls disability expensive surgeries and therapies. Were necessary andres husband had a day job was forced to quit volunteering as much loved football coach in the community while andrea cared for the kids during the day and worked as a bartender in the evenings andrews best quality was making other people's day so every once in a while i can do that and that's what i try to do. I often think that things would be better at. We were kids. Have their mom choose the person in their life and all i can try to do is just be second place. I mean on tuesday evening august. Twentieth two thousand thirteen andrea was working. The shift at an omaha lounge called deja vu a bar and restaurant establishment. Earning four out of five stars. The spacious deja is described as a cool and comfortable adult beverage. Hang out it's it's an a plaza with a few other buildings along a straight away close to numerous housing developments in southwest omaha. The bar was only a short drive from andreas home where her husband was waiting for her after texting her that their daughter had a fever. The last time he heard from her was around midnight and he went to bed since. It really wasn't unusual for her to arrive between two or three in the morning. It was now four o'clock in the morning and he awoke in a panic after calling her cell phone repeatedly and getting no answer. He knew something was very wrong. He turned on the tv and was shocked to learn that a woman had just been murdered a few blocks away from his home. I woke up jaden and he watched the girls. And i'll go check it out and that was like six fifteen in the morning. And that's kind of when i knew i pulled over down the street here. I knew it wasn't a coincidence that they were pulling me over so right then i knew it was like a double shock getting pulled and at the same time. I just realized that that was definitely my wife. She was almost home. She was really almost home. Andrea was the last staff to leave the deja-vu bar around two am. She pulled into mcdonald's drive-thru for bite that was finally on her way home to her husband babies and her bed what happened. Next was inconceivably. Despicable six eight court street. On fixing s the intersection that her foresaw in older northbound on later on gone police arrived on the scene to discover andrea had been the victim of a potential carjacking. The perpetrator had blocked her chevy. Suv dragging her out of the car while she pleaded for her life and then delivered a powerful blow from a shotgun twice in the head as well as once in the neck and also the shoulder.
Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on Chris Krok
"Doses. $4 County when that's unless a recently approved policy that prioritized shots for certain zip codes was not changed. County commissioners met an emergency session earlier this evening and little bit heated. At times they voted to present the policy, though at the end of the meeting, Judge Clay Jenkins told the commissioner's I think the majority's goal was noble. Health 11 underserved zip codes. The effect, though, If we continue on that path and lose our vaccine is it will hurt people. The state said the measure violated its goals to equitably distribute the vaccine. During the vote. John Wiley Price abstain. Former President Donald Trump is in his Florida home. He declined to attend the inauguration of President Joe Biden. In his final hours of his presidency. Trump issued a well over 100 pardons. David Sponte from Fox has more. The 45th president left the White House on a windy inauguration morning. Bound not for his successor. Swearing in, but joint base Andrews. The first couple left the South Lawn, one last time and Marine one before arriving at the base. Minutes later,.
Dallas County tops 3,000 daily cases for 1st time
"Cases today, as health officials reported 3194 new cases 10. More deaths were also confirmed. A new record high comes just a few days before the county is expected to open its newest vaccination site on Monday, a mega site at Fair Park Vaccine mega centers are also in the works for Ellis, Davis Fieldhouse and East Field College. Howdy. Judge Clay Jenkins has asked residents to be patient. Dallas County has only a little over 6000 doses of vaccine from the state to distribute this week and there are over 123,000 people who have already signed up on the counties website. Meanwhile, Tarrant County reported
Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"W News radio in history was made his Kamila Harris became the first woman and first woman of color to become vice president of the United States and came to visit US Coast unspoken some local people about this barrier being broken. So Biden has chosen and historically diverse cabinet, including the country's first female black, South Asian vice president in Kamila Harris. I do think it's a big step and philosophy and tell me that Was a big part of what made this year's inauguration. Notable this aspiring especially to those who are also who's a hell for tiny, too, as well. Paris is the first female and also the first black and South Asian person to serve as vice president in the country's 245 year history. When you don't have systems in power to get people to those places, and you have, like the boys clubs, you have the people of privilege all sticking together. I'm not surprised. I'm really glad to see that there's a shift happening, and Philly resident Diane Jenkins tells me from her perspective as a black woman in her sixties representation matters, not just for kids. But for everyone, my parents are gone. My mother father never saw first black president and a woman as a vice president, and she's the one of college. She's.
Washington's 2021 Legislative Session: Here's What To Expect
"Here in our state lawmakers are defending their decision to start the legislative session next week in person. Despite the threat of riots, car radios Hannah Scott has more constitution requires the Legislature to convene in person to have the vote on the new rules. They'll need to pass in order to have a mostly virtual session for the next 105 days, so they don't really have much choice but to be there in person, according to House Minority Leader J. T. Wilcox, speaker Laura Jenkins says one would want to do it out on the farm. But this is what We're gonna do it and you shouldn't run for office. If you're not willing to take the toughest days, along with the days where you get a different kind of positive
Fresh update on "jenkins" discussed on Hammer and Nigel
"On Monument Circle on Rob Connie. Here's What's trending at 302. Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th, president of the United States today. Chris Davis reports on what some people in Indiana are saying Chris Rob. Earlier today, father, John Jenkins, the president of Notre Dame. Released a statement congratulating the new president, President Biden and Vice President Harris. He says he hopes that people will understand that opposing parties are not enemies but rather our opponents. He also encouraged everyone in the Notre Dame community and people of goodwill everywhere. To pray for the new administration. Chris Davis 93 WBC mobile news in order to efficiently get Hoosiers Vaccinated for Cove in It has to be precisely coordinated. Kurt Darling reports on the company tasked with doing that, with vaccination sites in all 92 counties. The state is partnering with so tech partners based in Carmel to coordinate with those sites to make sure that they have the right amount of vaccine available for Hoosiers, who make an appointment to stay disorganized. They know how much vaccine has to go to each location. We send them a demand signal to make sure that there's there's 100 patients scheduled for this time CEO Scott Law tells inside Indiana business With one central entity running the whole show, it makes it easier to make sure that no vaccines go to waste. Kirk Darling 93 w Y. B C Mobile news spent 17 seasons in the NFL this past one was his first and on Lee with the Indianapolis Colts quarterback Philip Rivers is retiring. It was a career where he made the Pro Bowl eight times. I'm John Herrick. Rivers walks away from the game fifth on the NFL's all time list for passing yards and passing touchdowns. He spent the majority of his career with the San Diego and Los Angeles Chargers before coming to the Colts this past season, and he led the Colts to the.
Fair Park in Dallas will serve as a mega-site for COVID-19 vaccinations
"Week. Dallas county plans to open its first mask. Ovid nineteen vaccination side starting monday. The shots will be administered at fair park for. Now they're only be being given to frontline workers and those with high risk conditions and it's by appointment only through the county's website dallas judge clay jenkins says the location is ideal because fair park in an underserved area has large buildings and good traffic flow.
Dallas County to Open COVID-19 Vaccine Mega Center at Fair Park Next Week
"Texas counties rolling out plans for covert 19 vaccination Mega center Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says that early next week eligible residents will be able to get vaccinated by appointment only a drive thru locations at East Field College and Ellis Davis Fieldhouse. An indoor mega center will also be set up at Fair Park, as the state's capacity prevents, sing grows, will be opening more sites and getting more people, according to Jenkins, that their park site will eventually be able to facilitate up to 2000 shots a day. Plans are also in the works for a mega center in Tarrant County.
Dallas and Other North Texas Counties Working To Set Up Sites For COVID-19 Vaccinations For Eligible Residents
"North Texas counties. They're setting up locations for eligible residents to receive covert 19 vaccinations. But Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says it will take time for the process to ramp up. Although we have plan to do it fails and shots a day at Dulles, Davis and another 1000 East field in 2000 and had fair Park were only a building about half of that next week because the state doesn't have enough shots. Vaccines will be given by appointment appointment only for people in categories one A and one B, which include anyone 65 or older and health care work. Occurs and anyone with underlying health
Powerless to change result, Pence braces for Trump's fury
"Ready to count electoral votes and facing pressure. From the president hears Griff Jenkins in those jumpy tensions are surely going to rise even more with the war, not victory over Leffler, who's one of the three senators leading the challenges today. Now Pence's problems started hours ago in the president Tweeted this If Vice President Mike Pence comes true force, we will win the presidency. Many states wanted to certify the mistake they made in certifying, incorrect and even fraudulent numbers in a process not approved by their state legislatures, which it must be Mike consented back, but The New York Times reports that Pence told the president he did not have the power to block congressional certification.
Wonder Woman 3 in Development
"It though one room in hundred eighty four came out. You probably not gonna watch it for like two weeks holiday season anyway. So listener coming this thursday but that being said on christmas day warner brothers. Or toby emerick announced that wonder woman three was going to be greenland and In the works and patty jenkins and gal gadot the duo the bras the first two films will be returning. They have not talked about. Who else will be part of the producers world by more than likely charles rovan the snyder's and whoever they want to throw in there but the writing will be interesting because it has changed from the first one to the second film and a comes off the quote unquote i say quote unquote. Because this is from like the studio heads and all that stuff success of releasing this film on Showmax in theaters worldwide The same day which a garnered a hung over one hundred million dollars in the box office so far and with its announcing going to hbo. Max i think it turned. Hbo max from an eight million users subscription service to a twelve million users subscription service and. That's hbo max's. Only in america so far so it'll be interesting to see again when it comes to the world but yeah so we're all three Finally a female superhero trilogy. Baby we have it we. We made it y'all or getting it or slag we made it
Dallas County COVID-19 Projection Warns of ‘Less Than Optimum Care' at Hospitals
"Hospitalizations are on the rise in North Texas Dallas County, reporting a record high number of covert 19 hospitalizations with nearly a quarter of all hospitalized patients being infected with the virus. In the North Texas region that number closer to 30%, according to Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, who explains what that could mean in weeks to come. People will be cared for by doctors and nurses who have more patients than is considered optimal UT Southwestern, projecting it continued dramatic spike in hospitalizations between now in January. 5th Quite Nevil,
‘Wonder Woman 3’ in the Works With Director Patty Jenkins
"Woman. 1984 debuted at number one at the box office Christmas weekend. And now it's official. Another wonder Woman Movie is on the way. Warner Brothers just fast tracked a third Wonder Woman installment and both leading Lady Gal Gadot's and writer director Patty Jenkins are set to return no word yet on when it will arrive. We are left to wonder.
'Wonder Woman 1984' debuts with pandemic-best $16.7M
"A much anticipated movie as being in the field at the box office as expected Wonder Woman has flown to financial heights at least as far as the pandemic era is concerned the Patty Jenkins movie took in sixteen point seven million dollars during the Christmas weekend the best numbers of any movie released during the pandemic error of course that is only a fraction of what the movie starring gal Gadot and Chris pine would have made with the typical release but nothing has been typical about twenty twenty one the woman was also released on the H. B. O. Max but one of brothers did not release exact streaming number so we don't know how it did there however some would be viewers reported problems picking up the stream especially those using roku to watch it I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Dallas County Reports 1,318 COVID-19 Cases, 10 Deaths Saturday
"Coronavirus Hospitalizations in Texas fell Saturday but continue to hover. Near their summer peak, as health officials reported more than 2500 new cases of covert 19 and 13 deaths, breaking it down. Dallas County announced 1318 new cases Saturday and 10 deaths judge play. Jenkins says the numbers included those from late Wednesday that would have been reported Christmas Eve. Denton County added 516 cases and Collin County checked in with 785 new cases.
COVID-19 Hospitalizations In Texas Fall But Remain Near Summer Peak
"Himself. Coronavirus hospitalizations in Texas fell Saturday but continue to hover near their summer peak. Sells, officials reported more than 2500 new cases of covert 19 and 13 deaths. Breaking it down. Dallas County announced 1318 new cases Saturday and 10 deaths. Judge Clay Jenkins says the numbers, including those from late Wednesday that would have been reported Christmas Eve, Denton County added 516 cases. Collin County checks in with 785 new
Everything we know about Marvel’s Disney+ series
"Disney dropped a treasure trove of news. They will really so much new content across their marvel Star Wars in Pixar brands. I gotta break it up over two of these segments. Driving the most excitement are the 10 New Star Wars Syriza coming to Disney Plus, including spinoffs from the Man DeLorean, Clone Wars and Rogue one A. Lando, Cal Rizzi in series and the Shocker while we've known about the Obi Wan Kenobi thing for some time, What we didn't know is that Hayden Christianson is returning to play Darth Vader. Wow, Also the next Star Wars movie will be directed by Patty Jenkins called Rogue Squadron and it arrives in 2023.
Gal Gadot Breaks Her Silence on Backlash Over Cleopatra Casting
"Getting some heat for her next role. Wonder woman actress Gal Gadot's is defending her casting as Cleopatra in an upcoming bio pic. Critics have said that an Arab or African actress should play the role of the Egyptian leader instead of the 35 year old Israeli actress Gal Gadot, telling BBC Arabic quote. First of all, if you want to be true to the fax than Cleopatra was Macedonian, the queen of Egypt has been famously played by the late Elizabeth Taylor in the 1963. Film, which went on to win four Oscars Galled Adult's version of Cleopatra will be directed by her wonder Woman collaborator Patty Jenkins. Monica DeLuca Fox News. An area of
Wonder Woman Director Reveals Studio Forced Her To Change Ending
"It looks like some major changes were made at the last minute to a major movie. Patty Jenkins, Wonder Woman director says Warner Brothers made her change the movie's original ending, telling comic book dot com to accommodate a larger scale superhero fight they wanted between Wonder Woman. Late Bye, Galahad. Oh and Aris, played by David Phyllis
"jenkins" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"The months went on and it's not their fault either. It's where they were at like that. Things are shifting. And what the you know what was going on in the boss is knowing that script existed. You're on a time line. And they just got to replace where they were like. That's what we're going to have to do. And so it was heartbreaking at the time super heartbreaking but. I had no doubt that i was worried that i could not make a good movie out of that movie. I was like somebody else may be able to. But it's not gonna. I can't and so on i can't make failed. I failed superhero movie. And have it be me so good morning. Somebody's conversation is you've made some calculated and well-thought-out gambles on yourself at pivotal points in your career and by and large the big ones have paid off. And there's there it doesn't even feel that way but it was it was. It was something that has turned out to be good. In retrospect it was for many years like no matter what somebody wrote some ugly piece. Fo- defending me saying like what she fired because she couldn't make her dates wishy she fired because women act differently and i was like oh my god and so for years. Anytime you searched my name said patty jenkins fired for being unable to make indecisive or something like that i was like oh my god. Nobody ever said that except for one person. Speculating in an article. That maybe it was. Because i was different because i was a woman that i got. I was like oh. It was very very painful for a long time. Will it also must be satisfied that the narrative around your career which prior to wonder woman forgetting the thor escapade was. It's like where was she wears her second film. It's never gonna happen. What's what's the holdup. And now when you google patty jenkins it's you know biggest female maker of all time. It's revitalizing creating wonder woman. So that's gotta be it took a while but it's a sad while oh my god a totally though because there was a period i've worked. I got my first job when i was fourteen. And i i've worked every day of my life. So i was so befuddled myself during those years because i was going to a movie about chuck yeager and then that didn't work out and i was gonna do prison movie with ryan gosling and then that didn't work out and then i got pregnant and so now i have a little tiny baby and then i was going to do. It's like and then i was going to do sore. I was so confused right before wonder woman finally showed up again. I was like i give up. Stand what's going on like. I've tried everything i tried to do their project. They've tried to do my project. i don't get it. I don't get what's gone wrong. And then boom. The the the first thing i ever told hollywood i wanted to do after monster was wonder woman so somehow went to warner brothers and i said i want to one woman and they said well christmas making dark knight would right now. We're not sure what we're doing. And i talked to him about it like every two years and bump got to make wonder why so is weird or any or any elements of that first discussion where you ended in the the end of what you pitch them or what you said only insofar as i wanted to do a great origin story you know i wanted to do the richard donner to superman. Wonder woman you know. That was what i felt. She was missing in the world. That kind of movie and i thought she was the perfect one to do it with the mazing. The snyder's our producers on this film the obviously cast your your wonder woman. Remarkably well Are you a well amazingly well Are you curious about you. Know zach had this amazing kind of career that is now moving into this kind of reassessment of justice league. Have you any inside intel on what he's doing on the snyder cut. Are you curious as a fellow filmmaker and collaborator to see what he's doing totally. I can't wait to see it. I'm super happy for him that he's getting this chance to do it. It's got it was such terrible circumstance. Everything that was going down around that was just so heartbreaking and i was watching it all from the backseat that whole time but since he started working on it again. I just been so busy. He's been so busy we haven't you know like we haven't had a chance to connect about. What exactly he's doing. But i think it's great that he's getting a chance to do is thing you are if all goes according to plan a also going to be producing an amazon said attemps gear set film Way too early to talk specifics. And i don't want to ruin for many years in advance but that being said can you say anything about what. The germ of the idea was or why a non wonder woman wonder woman Universe set films appealing to you. Yeah who knows what's.
"jenkins" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I always gonna wanna make trojan horse eve films that have big emotional components that i can experience will. It's why i mean as you. Well know why wonder woman worked. Yes the bells and whistles are great and but at the end of people talking about they were talking about no-man's-land they were talking about wonder woman and steve and that emotional relationship. It's like that's the stuff that really sticks with you. Actions me wrong but need it all and even and even in the action one of the interesting things to me about the reaction to the action was women saying they thought they didn't like action but they loved this action. And i was like. Oh it's actually the objective that when we when we can't relate to the objective. Then what am i watching. And so so often when we're watching the objective to be like kick the shit out of that guy or whatever we don't relate but in this movie because they related with the objective they were as fired up about action as anyone so that was an interesting thing to me and also i think the reminded us like the power of iconic imagery like the scary scenes in the first part of the first film. Were so unexpectedly emotional for me. I remember and emotional for a lot of people because we just haven't seen it and we didn't even realize we hadn't seen it and it felt so fresh and exciting and that way i didn't realize it either kept breaking the out because i remember gals started crying when we were on the beach of building that beach and i was like what's going on. I just never seen anything like this before. And i'm like so down the rabbit hole. I've been working on it for one hundred thousand years tales. So i'm like i'm not even thinking about that. Of course women can do a vattel having never seen it so fifteen years ago. I asked you if what it felt like. It felt like you were working in a man's world and you said i don't feel that i'm so uninterested in the subject i've just talked way too much about it. I just tried to look the other way. I ignore it now. Here we are patty fifteen years later and poor howdy. Jenkins is still being asked this stuff. I times every day. You were clearly even an understandably so you were burnt out. Then you probably get burnt out by at times now perspective on that ongoing conversation fifteen years later. Yeah it's interesting. My point of view is still the same. I think i. I have succeeded because i'm not thinking about it until it just never. It never occurred to me that it should be a problem or an issue however also as the years have gone by have definitely learned to appreciate. I never really thought that my mom is a is a passionate feminist so i grew up talking about it all the time. So that's why i'm like okay. That's in the past. Were done now. I never realized how very wrong. I was until i became successful until it was the. It's all those years after monster that i started to notice like jesus christ. I'm a woman filmmaker. You guys like like. I'm not a filmmaker. I'm a woman filmmaker and it was just shaded so many things it hasn't had very little effect on my life in lots of ways and in my relationships with my crew and my life onset like i don't think about it and they are wonderful to me and it's but when it comes to the industry and what i have been offered in how i'm offered things in you know i've definitely noticed definitely noticed it. No usually as you well know salary. Negotiations for a director aren't necessarily commonplace knowledge but all credit to you stood up for yourself and said you know. I just delivered something pretty big for the studio. I'm going to need parody from yeah comparable to my my mail. Cohorts in this Was that was that an odd situation for you to kind of to be a public face of something. that's you know. Generally speaking of a private matter to defend to be out front with that or what. It was very uncomfortable to that. It was publicly. being talked about. That part was very uncomfortable. Because i don't like talking about money. It was very uncomfortable to be asking for money. Because that's a weird thing to do. I've it's interesting as someone who's never made any profit my entire career up until after wonder woman that was always peace with it. I was like. Hey i get it but now i was like listen. I've never made any money in my career because you always have the leverage and i didn't but now the shoe's on the other foot so it's time to check turn the tables and i don't want to talk about a quote system that's boxed me out and it's not even true. It was easy to find. All of the men who had even not just not just had quotes. They've made a first superhero movie. They'd made a independent film right and then they'd first movie. They got paid seven times more than me for the first superhero movie and then on the second one. They got paid more than me. Still you know. Still even what i got so it was an easy fight to say. This can't be like super can't be and it really can't be on wonder woman you know like and self exactly of all things and so it was an interesting thing to do but it was an easy thing to do in the fact that i was dead serious that i was like if i can't be victorious in this regard than i'm letting everyone down you know if not me who so so it became. It became a something. I was very very very passionate about. Were you ready to walk away to come close to walk you. I totally did. I started to walk away. Yeah i was gonna walk away. Yeah and i even said i was like i'm i'd be happy to go to another studio and and and make a quarter as much because it's not a sequel on principle. No problem well there. There's an alternate universe and what it's appropriate with superheroes they're multi versus. There's an alternate universe. Where you you made the the four sequel and that was the past you went down. Did you know immediately. That wasn't the right. I mean it sounds like you kind of came and within a couple of months you left that project. They won like they didn't know immediately. I love those guys. And i loved the idea of doing marvel film and i was so impressed that they hired me and i thought it was super brave of them. No i had actually pitched them a way to tell that story. And i really. I still love you know. I think it was have been a great film. But then as they were hiring me they well. There was the script. We've been kind of working on before you came here. But anyway whenever it comes in and i said to them then don't hire me if that's what you wanna do. I said i'm not the right filmmaker for that story. It was pure action right. It was pure action. And i said i'm telling you. I'm not the right filmmaker for that zone. That's no no no. We won't do that.
"jenkins" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions
"An Orioles batting practice one day and cal ripken comes is running the basis and he comes around and I'm kinda standing. You know there with a with a pat and and I chatted with him a little bit during batting practice in he he's he's running the laps around the basis and he comes running by any just says to me learning anything. You know and I thought what at your you know I mean I know he's he's one of the great. Nice guys in the game but. That was like kind of just a typical of thing that that tells you what What athletes thought of Women's sports but that's what I'm talking about those. This is the stuff that I don't think can be underestimated I don't mean to accentuate the negative I'm just telling you that it. It had to be tougher than you're letting on because CAL ripken is viewed as a pillar of grace at the time cal ripken was viewed as a superhero athlete and that is sort of the attitude you're running in two on the high end of baseball star who represents everything good about. Sports, masculinity? You know the fact of the matter is that he was courteous and helpful. That's the most important thing right? I got what I needed out of him that day he didn't refuse to talk to me like some people did but you know there were some guys who wouldn't talk to anybody Eddie Murray wouldn't talk to any member of the press much less me. You know So again, what mattered was you got what you needed. To get to work I mean that's all I was really focused on and the more you stayed on that track and focused on that the better you did to be honest look you know. It's it's a you knew you were going into you're going to be a woman in a man's business, but I was a woman in a man's household I grew up with two brothers and a dad who was a sports writer. So I mean it it just didn't feel that bad to be honest and probably some of the little asides and insults I should have been more offended by You know maybe I should have taken more exception to cal ripken saying that but I was young and and I did have a lot to to learn you know also so just shrugged it off you know and went about my business. How did it come to be that you were doing a books with Lance Armstong? We got put together by agents and lawyers you know it was a it was a one of the it was a business deal really that said I really came to like him I I. Enjoy The hell out of Lance I still do and I've never judged as harshly as other people. Do you know my problem with Lance Armstrong is not everybody else's problem my only problem with them I wish he'd come to me. when I asked him if he had something, he needed to tell the world about doping and he said no and had he. had. He done what I wished. He done, which was to say, okay, I, have an issue and I need to try to explain to people why I made the decisions I made I think he would have had a much different experience. You know I, think I could have helped him and I think people would view them as Andy Pettitte instead of the worst cheap on the face of the earth. That's interesting. So hold on a second..
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"On with Mario Lopez. You're on Mario Lopez joining me now on zoom the lead singer of Third I. Blind Stephen. Jenkins. Welcome to the show man how you doing. On brother I'm doing. Well, thank you. That's a cool spot. Word you're hanging out or at least it's a cool room where yet. To my dining room concerned. All Nice. That's very it's got a very hip bar vibe to it. Yes like. Gold eighteen seventy three. Victorian. Easily original like laugh plaster walls yeah. I like octopus. You should never eat octopus. Let's just start right there why I happen to like octopus why not a each quits greater assholes and Really. Hungry They turn color can solve problems they can use tools. Yeah. Look at that. I'm learning so much today I enjoy doing these zoom things because you get to know people on a more personal level as far as you've got this cool dining room, you have a love for OCTA pusses. I would've never known you know well, it's an incredibly frustrating time for for everyone. And especially for musicians who make their? Living on the road and stand up comics and people who have to travel for for their a way of life. people are starting to get creative and innovative. With the drive in concerts have you done a show a in concert yet or this beer i. now the first one I've done a bunch of concerts for A. Just kind of in my kitchen. Yeah. Right. Like the zoom once you know I love. Listening to live music and I'm actually I think my wife was trying to find a we were trying to find wasn't he's driving concerts to go to and I know you're in the Vittore fairgrounds that's that's a cool area. It should be fun magic here a lot of honking. Considering the circumstances. Going do. I don't know if it's GONNA be weird or they're just GONNA buy. You know they're just going to. Be Like right. But it's not the same. The thing is like I. Look. That it sold out. I've flatter in a in. I am So down to have to go like a community of people in in as much as we can. But you know it's not the same thing as like as being. Like Mara like the the thing about live music is The reason why it's something that human beings need to do in every culture for all of history I mean you go that you go back five thousand years ago in what you have amphitheatres..
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"Jenkins live about the corona virus and how the county is going to deal with it that's coming up right now let's get traffic and weather together on the eighteen years Joyce Nielsen how we're looking at delays continuing in mesquite was the highway eighty four six thirty five it's an act of the rightly so you've actually used belt line eastbound twenty before the forty five interchange south Dallas acts in the left lane causing a backup from Bonnie view now we've got delays in grand prairie as we continue let's head over to John wolf at westbound twenty before the George Bush turnpike acts in the left lanes help Loralai traffic backed up from four OO eight south bound in the George Bush before thirty the two left lanes are blocked in that traffic slow from carrier park where even a little bit farther than that yep you're going north on the George Bush passed Marshall had an accident partially blocking the lanes back things up from three oh three pioneer parkway that has cleared but not totally cleared out yet the north side in the Carrollton area southbound one twenty one just past five forty four bit of business one twenty one cut off have a broken down vehicle in the center lane Bailey voted on the KRLD traffic hotline in fort worth and acted along one twenty one left over to Randy fuller westbound side a one twenty one is Sylvania that accidents blocking two left lanes right is getting by really slow in fact that back up stretches to Riverside Drive eastbound thirty at Lancaster the ramp is closed don't plan on using that these high waters the problem police are on the scene blocking you off of that and then lake worth area of one ninety nine Surfside the signal lights are flashing red plan on waiting about twenty minutes or so in some heavy traffic back up from Confederate park thanks to heather for that info on the caroli traffic tip line in the Kitty south on one twenty one of the Sam Rayburn just about seventy five an accident the two left lanes tartan C. traffic slowing in that area I'm George feels an unix deported eight eighteen a breaking traffic alerts when they happen Terry county Parker county two to three inches of rain has fallen since about three o'clock this morning still have the some ongoing flooding creeks streams and low lying areas please don't cross water covered roadways of unknown depth flooding water kills more people annually across the United States and hurricanes tornadoes hail lightning combine self turn around don't drown please good news rainless the heaviest part starting to come to an end out on the west side of the Dallas fort worth area along and west of thirty five W. starting to taper off a little bit but still moderate rain elsewhere heaviest rain totals I've seen give me a five of them here D. F. W. an inch and a half a little over an inch at Dallas love one point five indicator about an inch of alliance in two point two five in fort worth Meacham field there on the north side of fort worth we'll get a break this was some spotty showers through the late morning and early afternoon will be a little more shower activity along and north of the stationary front that is great to ride along interstate twenty so temperatures will be cooler to the north of the front low sixties but into the seventy south of the front front goes back and forth between now and Sunday night Sunday I think it pushes far enough south to get rid of a lot of the rain until Monday morning and then off and on rain all of next week with highs in the seventies right now down to fifty nine moderate rain here at KRLD.
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"jenkins" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me
"And up in the MON in out on the we're locked up there will fall. I hope you're enjoying my life. Conversation with Andrew Jenkins as our listener your feedback plays an important role in shaping. This movie changed me. Let us know your thoughts about our show. By completing our survey you can find it on being dot org forward slash. Tm Survey respond before November twenty fourth. And you'll be entered to win a set of sixteen illustrations one for every episode of the season. Uh from Ratatouille and the exorcist to groundhog day and the wizard of Oz. Once again that's on being dot Org Ford Slash. TMC 'EM survey and we can't wait to hear from you sweat till I wrote an it all no one of the things that I really value the most watching this movie now at the age of thirty seven that he didn't see at the age of thirteen or fourteen when I first saw it is is that the character of Malcolm X. Model someone who was a lifelong learner. He in the movie. We see make mistakes and he owns them publicly quickly. No less publicly apologizes. He owns his mistakes and we watch him change his mind repeatedly and I've watched a lot of movies and I can't think of another leading character who models us as clearly as he does and I'm just I wonder how this movie when you think about it and Malcolm in particular as a lifelong learner. How that's kind of grown with you? How it's changed as you've gotten older and you've seen it throughout your life? Well I absolutely relate to a life long learner label so I graduated from high school all in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine exactly forty years ago A move to Minneapolis to go to the University of Minnesota Ota and add it about three years at the U. and left school. Not Not intentionally. I was sort of forced out I was out in buying and one of my fraternity brothers as gay is what he how he framed it and I came out as bisexual right sexual so kind of berry publicly heaviness learning really deeply internal reality like literally played out in real life and I had had to leave school because he we were roommates and he kicked me out of the apartment and I had no place else to go so I had to go back home come out to my family we in Chicago in Chicago so there was this whole sort of to multiple time and I would go back to school go periodically throughout my buddy venture. It took me twenty years a complete my bachelor's degree from Metropolitan State University whose model is be a lifelong learner. I didn't know that so oh so I did that and then but right at that time. The time that I came came out as a trans identified person which was probably around nine thousand nine hundred ninety two nine hundred ninety so right when this movie was was being released you know when I when I came out like I opened myself a up and it was very public and at the time the medical world was saying. Can you know transgender people. You should come out you know. Do your transition move to another or city and just create a new identity. But I didn't WanNa do the family here. Had a daughter hotter from a marriage That I had entered into as a way to try to overcome my gender. HM This for you and so so I stayed here in this very public environment and People I still run into people today who reference my past life and you know and so I think that was you know you can kind of relate that to this trends formation. I think that Malcolm X's life took an how the movie not really sort of distinctively portrays Stolz different phases of his life and learning. And my life if it's been very much like that yeah these sort of completely this thing chapters but they are kind of flow into each other and and feed into each other which I think was very similar to Malcolm X. May nineteenth we celebrate Malcolm X's birthday because he was a great great Afro. American Malcolm X.. Is You all of you. And you are Malcolm X.. In the mix I am. I convinced I am on connects X.. Markham so we're declared.
"jenkins" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me
"Took my master's degree in prison over the course of six and a half years in fact my old burglary hang out is just outside side this campus. I live like an animal store are used drugs. Had it not been for the Honorable Elijah Muhammad Outta surely been in an insane asylum or dead or possibly even the murderer one of you. So what has Mr Mohammed trying to do. He's trying trying to get us on God's side so that God will be on our side and help us fight our battles when the Negro the so called Negro in America gets on. God's side listens to the teachings of the honorable. Elijah Muhammad WanNa get off of drugs. They want to get away. From a life of crime you'll want to get away from committing adultery and fornication then he would want to get off the wealthiest healthiest. He would want to get a job he would want to own a living and take care of his family and his family would respect him for the only means that you're taking care of your children. That's what what it is to be a father. Father doesn't mean that you had some babies anybody can have a baby. Having a baby does not make you a fallen anybody can go out and get a woman but not anybody can take care of. That woman is another word for co-responsibility Andrea Jenkins is an activist and poet and the first openly openly Trans Black woman elected to office in the United States when she watched Malcolm X. in her early thirties in Minneapolis at a mall see herself was coming coming to terms with her gender identity. And what she saw in Malcolm struggle around his own identities modeled for her that she could be transformed. And that you didn't have to be afraid aide. Andrew and I spoke in front of a live audience at the Wonderful Parkway Theater in Minneapolis after the interview. Injury told me that it wasn't until she was on stage with me Eh. Thinking through her answers processing that she finally realized just how much this movie has changed her welcome. Everyone thank you for joining us to this. This live taping of this movie changed me. Yes be recorded so the applause is very helpful. Thank you and I'm so excited to be here with Minneapolis. City Council Vice President Andrew Jenkins to talk about Spike Lee's Malcolm X.. Six when Tony One of our producers reached out to see if he'd be interested in being a guest for the podcast. We had no idea what movie would choose. And I was thrilled to hear that. You Pick Malcolm X.. And I want to read a little bit of what you wrote in your email back to us explaining why you chose it. You said growing up as a kid. I remember being frightened by the way the the media portrayed figures like Malcolm X. as he was always associated with hate this movie gave a fuller picture of WHO Malcolm X. was and depicted him in a more humane main way than the media. Did what you said really resonated with me because it reminded me of how I felt when I watched it for the first time as a teenager. I felt like I was discovering a history. I never learned in school. I grew up going to public schools in Miami and I feel like I learned release superficial. Cliff's notes version of the civil rights movement which included mostly Dr Martin Luther King Junior But Malcolm X. a tiny little blip right. Yeah and they were on the opposite sides of each other that was always the portrayal and you know. Would this movie shows is that. That's not the full story. The the movie shows a life in the story of the man with multiple identities. He was first born Malcolm little in Omaha Nebraska. Then in his twenties he was known as Detroit Red and finally only he became Malcolm X. Shabazz the Muslim American hero and revolutionary and the movie shows that the full story of Malcolm X. is far more complicated hopeful we'll transformative and as you said beautifully human to quote from one of my prophets Roger. Ebert who wrote this when he first saw the movie back when he reviewed it in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. And if you haven't read the whole review I highly recommended. It really is amazing. He said walking into Malcolm X.. I expected an anger film. The Spike Lee has made. This film is not an assault but an explanation and is not exclusionary. It deliberately addresses all races and its audience white people going into the film. Make SPEC to Malcolm X.. WHO attack them? But they will find a Malcolm X.. Whose experiences and motives make him understandable and finally heroic to understand the stages of Malcolm's life is to walk for a time in the steps of many African Americans and to glimpse where the journey it might lead some powerful stuff while I'm getting emotional right and can about the film right now? You will cry in this movie again. You'll try so so before we go too far into the movie. I'd like you to take some time and just close your eyes and I want you to think about out for about ten seconds. The first time he saw the movie who you were with how old you were where you were all the memories that you have and I'll just chime in when those ten seconds seconds are up. What memories came up for you? Wow as probably as very early thirties. Like maybe thirty one. You're living here already. I was living in Minneapolis. Maybe I saw at my South Dell or somewhere like that great mall go. They're you're off bright. My I want to see it when my partner at the time. Interestingly pretty sure I was much more masculine presenting At the time and yeah there was just this feeling of pride was kind of like I don't know did anybody experience Black Panther Elia in the theater. Yeah it was like a sacred space right. Yeah and particularly black space right. Is that what that it was like. It was very much like that. It felt very much like that. Even though at south deal was a little less maybe in the black is that had been at that point right but I think it felt like being openly expressive serve ones blackness was a pain Right and I think for much of history prior you know that was not now the case I mean there is a very complex history of being being black in America and I think Malcolm really addressed at a really beautiful way trying to re reimagined. The narrative that had been shaped around blacks in America and creating a sense of pride a sense of determination. So I'm not here this afternoon as Republican Democrat not as a Mason L. Tell us that as a Protestant last in Newark Catholic not as a Christian nowhere to not as a baptist nor methods in fact not even as an American because if I was an American the problem that confronts how people today wouldn't even exist so I had to stand here today as I was when I was born a black man before there was any such thing as a Republican or Democrat. We were black before there was any such thing as a mason or an elk. We were black before there was any such thing as a a two or a Christian we were black. In fact there was any such place as America we will and after America has long passed from the scene. There will still be black. Watch this movie last week as I was getting ready. Eighty per this conversation with you and this may be weird because we have met before today but I felt like you were there with me watching it because I kept Yep thinking about your own journey as an African American transgender woman many identities you hold right poet or historian activist City Council member. The name of you and the distinct chapters of your life All of this. I watched as they saw Denzel. Washington portray remark amax on screen. And it reminded me of what Atallah Shabazz one of Malcolm X's daughters Roach. She writes it in the port of the book. And the book autobiography of Malcolm X.. She writes my father's life and it stages of personal metamorphosis and enlightenment stand as a confirmation of how one can through witness and transformation ultimately claim one's own divine path and he was curious to know how this movie whether consciously or unconsciously shaped your own path like your own claiming of your own divine path as he thought about many chapters on identities of your life. Most again right. We're an emotional space. We can do it. This is on being Studios right we're allowed to go there. There's some oh settling on healing one of the things that impacted me the most about this movie. It was less about Malcolm X. in about Denzel Washington and how he became became Malcolm X.. Yeah right like he literally. There's a point in the movie when spout halfway through. And you're like Oh my God that's an ex- yeah and so I was really transfixed by the shifts And right yeah because I think I have experienced many of those in many many ways some that almost mirrored that talk a little bit about that you know well. I was never in penitentiary but my a father was for about fifteen.
"jenkins" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"And a very warm welcome to Monaco on design nine this week we turn our gaze on the UK capital and ask how centuries of civilization and yes invaders from Romans too Saxons Danes and Normans have have shaped the city's buildings to this day still hotchpotch of Georgian squares Victorian terraces urban sprawl and increasingly gleaming towers to London. John has been a center for Trade and Commerce since Roman Times. Despite tragedies from the great fire of London to the blitz the city is always bounce back despite some rather shoddy decision making regarding guarding leaving the EU currently it remains a financial center and the city of relative safety in calm. So why is London where it is where all those Regal Palaces Mrs you might see in Vienna Berlin and how did the formation of Westminster and the city proper shape the city of London's fate. Oh and one in south London or has been yes. I desperately on fashionable. Well let me tell you how God this week is the journalist and historian Simon Jenkins whose latest book a short history of London is published by Viking. We began by discussing why London's architecture is less uniform than in other cities. It nausea depends on the monarch is. I hated London. Spent a whole time wandering around the country. Breaking the back of people stayed with Oil Fred. That number arrived from Germany. They hated the place and they pitch camping Kensington. Eh Kensington Palace was the Royal Perez very important to detach the monarch from the politics of Westminster. That certainly you have in Westminster compete is a different sort of place by the his entry. Aaron was complained. There was no imperial building Nandan. It just didn't look like a major capital city Lennon imperial city. It wasn't till they build a mold. That was anywhere. They could parade an army but London never had that Rivera that you get in the Louvre in Paris or inside the ring in Vienna where the monarch was incense. The city was the home of the monarch and then of course had deleterious consequences. It meant that the city was the target of enemies. Mendacity often went for glory rather than money it made the city made the continentals does is inefficient places. Basically and insecure places London by separating itself between the city of London avoided that trouble but it also meant the because they didn't didn't have a wool rounded the have to protect the they just could spread and really from the seventeenth century onwards London spread breakneck and the story of London. Sprawl is something that lots of urbanism planner says a good thing. A bad thing. I think on balance in your book without putting words in your mouth. You seem to think it's a bit of a release valve. It's always given London Room to grow to it to expand into accommodate all of these people from all over the world. Would that be fair to say that you think sprawl has its has its case sprawl with a huge security for London. It meant whenever Karl Marx kept asking himself. Why did London other revolt? Why did the working class never resin? Rebellions they really didn't mine. Arise tonight serious and he came to the conclusion it was because it was too late density it was too sprawling. People just went home and they were happy or semi happy. It was a very prosperous city. I mean poor. People in London Live better than poor people lived in Paris or Vienna. No question about it says sprawl was a safety. Velvet was a release at the same time it made it very custody get about so it wasn't the railways came in the nineteenth century that London had been reasonably efficient way of getting its work. Another course meant that work to moved out. I mean London spoiled in every sense today is actually disadvantage. London's very low densities gotta learn density of people per hectare than any other city in Europe. You can walk around central London. A two and three story houses ice cream Paris. They'd be nine stories and this calls needs to housing problems and makes it more difficult for people to live and now puts tremendous pressure pressure on nonconcern Derry's to demolish them and built high. One thing that comes out in your book is that North London south on kind of parallel histories. In a certain way. It's been left a little south. London has net which lost to this day. The story London property developments the story of the free market basically wherever people ever demand went the market followed squares streets and some were built that did not apply south of the river. It did not because the south of the river was not subject to the free market subject to the city monopoly on bridges and City Corporation refused to allow any bridges to be built outside the city because it was guarding London. Bridge tolls and the Waterman who vicious union refused to allow any bridge wasn't until the seventeenth century. The Westminster Bridge built wasn't on the nineteenth century. That you've got a number of bridges built so the city south of the river was non existent really apart. Apart from round Barrow Market It was non existent until dating century when it grew very slowly because at that by then the railways arriving in the north of the river and London's just sprawling north often north and northeastern west. Not Serve so south London was always a Cinderella district and it has to this day. I want to talk a little bit about where you sort of. Make London Ondon for the first time. Those postwar years those crucial years and you describe in vivid detail the effect that the blitz had on London but I was surprised to read that two or three percent of land was all that was was bombed. It was more psychological. Shit I suppose in the way that people thought about cities what happened in those post for years and maybe pick a few of the mistakes as well as the the positive thing well it is true. The blitz was not hugest each London in the city of London. It did love destruction song but it was nothing what we did to German citizens on and they rebuild killed themselves facsimile. And you go round. Today they look really quite presidents about ends. Yes I mean. He doesn't tough case it's hand-dug billion kind. I just prefer for people to rebuild this as as they were before because they give a measure continuity to it London after the second world will was more threatened by planners than ever the by Bomas the Abercrombie report which I get into in some detail was produced by the government nineteen forties and it proposed basically. The London should be taken down and rebuilt modern suitable for electric car. The idea was everything should be suitable for. Mexico's forget trains Mexico's. The proposal was and it was anywhere else only enacted in some parts of East Europe. Really it was some demolition. Rebuilt by the Seventies. The five military rings we're going to be built shrunk to three but it was still viciously fought amended under the battles generalist. Yeah you campaigned as well so I was involved in the date which I draw attention to in the book which I am not seen anyone else. Pick out his nineteen seventy-three nine hundred. Three's in covent garden was going to be destroyed and Babacan was going to be built. Bobby comes the Abercrombie plan that was enacted is now deserted holding city. So you'll via feelings haven't softened it is the most terrible Bruyneel in Europe really is anyway the company residences resin revolt and said no at the same time Piccadilly Circus. We're going to be demolished for another center point. Most of Whitehall was going to be demolished and turned into another Barbican. There was a whole series of proposals to effectively effectively replaced. The city is now with a modern Kobus Ian city full of tablets and motorways. And most of it will be decked. The idea was to deck London. Everyone would would walk as in. Bob Can on a podium and the government on escalators to get to causing buses on the ground floor. It was really catastrophic proposal in every sense made no sense at all. It was ideological it was a desire of the planets to be in control of what the city would be like by the mid seventies more or less collapsed. The conservation area came. I'm in concentration. Area was hugely important to the character of London. Now all of Mae Facts Soho Covent Garden at all essentially conserved districts and the character London. Today's logic dictated tasted by that victory in the nineteen seventies over the planners. And we'll come onto some of those success stories places that you think of integrated good infil architecture and whatnot. The you use is a very powerful phrase to describe. London struck me as true but only after I'd read it might get is. You said that London is more variegated. Visually anarchic than any comparable city is that because we would be quizzed these experiments off to the war have they in some sense at least added to the texture or even been dystopia bad ideas.
"jenkins" Discussed on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
"You know as a society is not making any saver is not is not improving anything so i think holistically as we continue to teach until these stories <hes> hopefully we can activate arfan basin and really gets a movement wow. It's amazing work that you're doing about <hes> when you look at the super bowl is one thing that comes with its <hes> when you're a champion and that is you are meant to get an invite to make the president of the united states at the white house. Now the eagles have yet to receive the official invitation but you you have said that you you would not go to the white house to meet the president's so so the reason i said and for me. I've won the super bowl before so i i kind of know what that is like. <hes> it's a celebratory event. You know you go. We're we're in a big role. In the president comes in you shake his hand. We take a few pictures. They leave rights all right. I'm not interested in a photo personally but what i've always been open to what we've been doing. We've taken multiple chips to the hill <hes> to speak be you know to people who want help with criminal justice reform and all the different things that we've been fighting for that. I'm interested in so if the president said come to the white house malcolm jenkins and then we can have a discussion on criminal justice reform such. Would you go if it was serious in nature than yeah you even have a piece of paper and a malcolm jenkins. I hear you thanks.
"jenkins" Discussed on Amanpour
"Just it all the way. And Barry Jenkins joins me now from new Oakwell come to the program. Thank you. So we just showed a bit of the trailer. But even in the trailer, you can see sort of an exceptional lens on black experience in America. There's so much joy the focus on this love that you focus on. There's a certain naive Ted that you focus on. What was it that made you want to adapt this particular Baldwin novel? For me. I've always been a really big fan and Mirer of James Baldwin's work, Mr. Baldwin had quite a few voices. He wrote in but two of those voices in particular that always stood out to me was one voice that was obsessed with romance romanticism interpersonal relationships and the other boys that was just as obsessed passionate about pointing out his stomach injustice, and I felt like in this book, if they'll streak a talk those voices were perfectly fused, and the story addition Fani, I mean, they really are perfect. If you so tissues, the young go. She's nineteen phony is her boyfriend. They've known each other from when they were little little children, and they grew up into this really deep and sweet and wonderful love. And then he gets framed full a rape that he didn't do that his family is trying to get him out of jail full. But his this moment we wanna play a fairly lengthy clip of tissues family, telling funnies family that she's actually pregnant. Just listen. A child is coming. His cringe. Understand you. It's your grandchild. But differences and make how it gets here to challenge got nothing to do with that. Ain't none of us got nothing to do with that. Take your which you..
"jenkins" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"No let me say this to you ladies and gentlemen are we really surprised now malcolm jenkins is somebody that was working in concert with the owners to address needs of the african america munity impoverished communities throughout this country and ended up getting about eighty nine million dollars from the owners for that calls so why am i not surprised at all that despite his good deeds he suffering the consequences because ladies and gentlemen the most fistican folks out there aw not his problem is the tens of millions of more people who don't appear to be that fisted that's fisted that's the problem and they are rife throughout corporate america what do i mean by this laser gentlemen the whole kneeling issue colin cabinet was the narrative was hijacked by president donald trump he turned it into an issue of patriotism for his own purposes my friend is not coming on the air so i'm gonna hang up he's not coming on the lazy i'm not letting he's gotta learn a calm down controllers emotions and see both sides he'll be allowed on the air he can call back tomorrow when he when he comes down he's not coming on air he just called in okay here's the reality of the situation the fact that matter is is that let's pay attention malcolm jenkins has his name synonymous with colin cabinet even though his position was not the same he utilized common cabinets kneeling to help the african american community by generating revenue to assist in some of the ventures to help the community what happened people that allow the president to hijack the issue and turn it into an issue of patriotism instead of what it was really about interr they don't differentiate between him and cap nick and ever agreed and all of these other guys they all into the same bowl and they said because of that you're a societa with this issue that stained in sullied the nfl season in there is in twenty seventeen and as a result we can't have you marketing our brand.
"jenkins" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"A fan for life in me and i know a whole legion of other people what what did what what have you learned about nick falls malcolm jenkins well or over then if peres probably the toughest cunera locker room in they'll for him to be thrown into a situation let you were unaware you know these seasons flown in every day looking great all of a sudden we lose a quarterback and he just wrong in and now you know there's success with the team at least to everybody else out of real seems to be hanging on his shoulders you know he played really well guess the giants through fourteen thousand out these they couldn't stop anybody uh and everything was great it was a great high and then all of a sudden you know those struggles and everybody down you know not only him but a successor the team until these carrying that bird um but had enough know strengthen insight than themselves to do this could trust the process think you realize that it's too late what behind done that we have tried to them that we got to get the job done uh any just went to work and block out all of that stuff and played like shout four and what does that mean well how do their permeate the sideline when doug peterson went ford on fourth down those two times he wrote aggressive all year so it was in the water supply uh at that point a game you know we we felt like he's taken promptly more risk your calls it that way is that one of their soon as nick tunnel walked over side uh we all recognize we'll play here for your call your that practice fearful hugh weeks uh we will turn out they were gonna run at at the nfc championship with ever got allowed to a uh we knew that won't that will pop work sellers of people at a nick caught the ball and lastly for your malcolm look i mean just as everything that we we talked about uh about this team in seoul's and wentz in your your coach and you know how was all plain out on that sealed the mont my favorite part about this and use tell me what you think um and if i'm on the some way off my favorite part about all this is winning all came down to it when you.
"jenkins" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I said to my wife who never reads things them dustin you have to read this and tell me fits as good as a as a might us to seve could leading part georgia is actually of great urgency and insisted the writing was so brilliant and so we called me up the next day and said you want to do this and i said tom nobody's going to give you money to make this movie with me in this part and he said that was my question you lemme worry about i do want to do it i said you bet so them the ah had come close to kind of what getting the leading role that i never was up for leading roles like no no not really i mean i'm character actor you know i um in that something that at some point you kind of like made your piece wither would like at a certain point you're like you know i'm i'm getting to work with great people these are rewarding parts and it's it is now the carts it's it's it's got to be on the page you know there you go through times where you'd have to do whatever comes along just because you have children educate and and you want to be an actor and you want to keep busy and you want to keep working and then but that day comes when you can say no yes yes no right and and that's a nice day because you don't have to do you know know the dinner at warner brothers not gonna put one hundred million up let's put richard jenkins in this part as the upsetting to me to hear that kind of made light of it but like in the wake of the visitor you know which was a success and got you an oscar phnom give you it sounds like you didn't get other opportunities to be the guy all i got it needs to be a 100milliondollar lubyanka five or ten million though yeah yeah i did yes yes but it's still hard you know it's it's not.
"jenkins" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Nick cave other well threat i actually fairly did did us in the navy had a qna right after route guess so he was double duty but still only went some of the stale candy hijazi was the landhi so so that's richard jenkins let let's actually go right to the richer jenkins podcast scout conversation because it's a it's a long career and while we're talking about he's one of those guys that probably hasn't done a lot of these kind of longform interviews and and dammit he deserves time and respect to as he's one of the best out there so go check out the shape of water we've it's out of new york and perhaps la right now and spreading around the country very very soon it's a special one enjoys conversation with richard jenkins oh and semi which i remind people hey i think it'd be cool if they would rate review and subscribe i almost regard and you weren't helping to i completely forgot i completely forget guys say now that is all i care being syria then go to i tunes due to me a solid right now like right now doing what are you doing what is it yes it honestly what it would mean a lot just good i tunes review rate and subscribe spread the good word of happy second fused and then come back and enjoy this conversation with richard jenkins press pie than emac impressed by and by the way guys not to tutor own horn but we're cranking out right now that we've got to more podcast coming up this week with two other if you lose your voice me then that's what you're here for yourself again.
"jenkins" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"One today on happy said confused which are jenkins on the shape of water stepbrothers and being the consummate character actor they guys i'm josh horowitz welcome to another addition of happy second fused my podcast where i talked to cool actors cool directors and cool side hits like cne q kcna whl to richard jenkins who loves being considered if the vet with you in the in the future the things i plan on saying prominent i don't plan on saying anything as is evidenced by my should inch rose y hence your participation i love when i'm not on them and it will make three equipped thought so it really upsetting a sense texted me the other day when she was clearly listening to one where it had the right so low and on insecure about it because he feels like talking to your cell i am talking to myself hugh but like in call and response and it's a hard thing to do i it's fascinating this is what happens in there by in there you meet in the brain the brains yes stark you're doing great okay great oh let's talk about that will do that no you're it's so good all right let's talk about someone that is so so good and super cool greater jiang rickie jenkins is the guest on this episode of happy said confused his new film is the shape of water who which is directed by the great camera that toro i had a chance to to gamble actually if you haven't listen to that podcast a we take that way back when the film debuted at the toronto film festival so just go back into the archives a bid if you want to hear from here is this movie you're seeing when you sat next to somebody's fasha this was my special benefit cumberbatch time saturday share is offered usm popcorn it was a magical.
"jenkins" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Hello wanted told midwood's you're listening to the medical weekly classics our regular spin of some of the weekly's greatest hates this week we're talking hip hop and fashion and why they go together like to turn tables and a microphone with american rights are and filmmaker sasha jenkins he joined the weekly back in october 2015 to discuss his documentary fresh dressed which tells the visual story of rap through the clothing worn by some of its most influential names voices in the film range from megastars kanye west and peter influential hollandbased taylor deputy dan molecules steve plainfield and daniel capelli were in studio one that day danny began by asking sasha what the birthplace of hip hop new york was really like back in the seventies when it all began will new york in the '70s was basically teetering on the verge of bankruptcy he now garbage strikes transit stray all kinds of dino just general services were lacking there is no money and one of the most important things uh that was you know hurt by what was going on was the educational system you know uh lots of programmes got cut more specifically music programmes got cut so kids in new york city who are typically learn how to play piano or taken voice lessons or learning how to play guitar that was gone uh so you have a city with a lot of people coming from diverse places and a lot of young kids with lots of energy who are trying to figure out what to do with themselves and you know they're not learning about music in school but then all of a sudden the turntable which essentially was a tool you know a tool to play records to play music that somehow is transformed into an instrument you know uh so while it was a a rough and tumble kind of place a lot of desperation it was also really inspiring place in a really creative place where a lot of folks came uh to express themselves in the folks who were of indigenous or or local uh found interesting ways to entertain themselves.