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"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

05:22 min | 3 d ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"A world record by the way. Like Oh, I could have wine but I didn't care as much about winning a gold medal is Smith did anyway and and still to this day kind of Razz him about it when on the rare occasion that they're actually sharing the same space so maybe it was a bit maybe not but he has kept going for decades now but doesn't he also claim that if one than the protest wouldn't have happened that because he would have been so pissed off, he wouldn't have gone through the protest or something I feel like. Something like that by I don't think we need to take him at his word on that. The thing is, is that they were both involved in the same organization. Is that like he had not taken part in that other activism stuff and then just showed up so it it's actually to I mean Tommy's credit I mean, John Carlos is the one that forgot his glove that you know the forgot his gloves you know what I'm saying. So this yeah. This is another like if you do a close semiotics analysis of the food. One of them has his right fist up and the other one is left fist up because they were both supposed to bring gloves but. Someone forgot one. jokey giancarlos forgot his gloves and so that's why they had to split gloves. So Click left in the person whose idea was it was a Peter Norman the guy who finished second so I can just imagine them standing on the Infield of the track will tell me hey I got my glove Saddam not. Well it's a reminder that even remarkable people in a amazing moments who do just incredible things can also just space out from time to time and I find some comfort. Forgetful. All, right. We're GONNA leave John, Carlos, and time. Let's do a few of these also on this days which relate to do from time to time. So on this day in Eighteen, seventy, one president grant suspended Habeas Corpus in South Carolina while going after the Klu Klux. Klan. Good for grant. Imagine having the president wants to go after the Ku Klux. Klan. That's that's amazing. 1931 AL capone famously convicted of tax evasion the jokes are straight. Somebody gets convicted of tax evasion even when it's not there worse crime. Right but this is the famous thing right about alcohol they couldn't get him on all the mobster stuff. So they went after on tax evasion whereas you know in our current situation maybe Donald Trump's worse crimes are related to his taxes and they actually sort of do show show a lot of the the core problem. But yes. A reminder and then Oh and actually another moment of that was fairly recently was the anniversary of agnew resigning over tax pro you. On the show. But yes, another reminder that you can resign from elected office if you get in trouble if you have shame shame, that's a really important. Stretch missing ingredient. Nine, hundred, forty, five, the Soviet nuclear program was handed plans for the United States plutonium bomb from a man named Klaus Fuchs I. Don't know this person's name Nicky tell about Klaus Claus Fuchs was a Soviet spy who had gotten into the Los Alamos National Laboratory. He was working in the nuclear program and he sneaks those plans out and it's how the Soviets end up getting. A nuclear weapon. So quickly, it had been anticipated that they wouldn't get one for twenty years and they have won by the end of the decade. We've done very few spying stories on the. We've got to correct that we got to find some spy. That's fascinating very cover that in his my history classes. Did. They talk about Tommy Smith and John Carlos didn't get to that unfortunately. All right. All right. We're going to leave it there Joel Anderson of sleep. Thank you so much. Oh man it was a lot of finding got to talk about being the country's. Full Circle. So obviously you're on, hang up and listen every week and people can still find slow burn. What else anything else you got Brune? Oh I'm working on a long sports narrative project right now that should hopefully be out within the next few weeks. I don't want to say too much about it, but just keep the look on the hang up and listen feed because it might show up right instead of one of one of episodes come. All right and Nicole Hammer of Columbia thanks to you. This Day. Esoteric political history is a proud member of the radio TOPI.

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Fresh update on "joel anderson" discussed on The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:22 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "joel anderson" discussed on The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

"District online at SD vote dot com. It's basically East County, but two Republicans running one did win the endorsement. Of the Republican Party, Joel Anderson. And Joel Anderson also won the endorsement on our voter guide. Aunt. Here's here's kind of how it came down. I like both Steve and Joel. They're both really good guys on issues. Ah, ah, I think you're going to find you know similar Philosophies. With Joel. However, hey did bring this up in his in his interview at 4 15. There's a little bit more Fight a little bit more fire in the belly. And when you go up against Nathan Fletcher on the board of Supervisors and perhaps a Democrat majority now, after this election, it could happen. Um Joel Anderson will be very aggressive. Steve Oz. On the Sand AG board. That's the transportation agency. Seemed to be bit more passive than that II like, Um and Ah, yes, he did Vote the right way on several spending packages to retain money for Road repairs. But this guy is Sonic rata at sand Egg has been the the executive director, the Soviet trained executive director planner has been a disaster and there's been a number of scams and scandals that have happened. And Steve's been the chair and I don't put that all on his shoulders. But He has not really been aggressive in Standing up to Hassan. And when you're the chair of the board, and you are elected, you're an elected official who's the chair of the board? You can't have someone like a sonic rata. With the ethics failings in the you know the lies and the politicization of sandbag. You can't have that. And you need to speak out. And so I have been disappointed. But that being said, Ah, philosophically. I know that Steve US is with us on the issue of road repairs. There's no doubt my mind. And I'm I'm not gonna lose any sleep. If either one of these gentlemen win this office, it's not, you know. You know you're going to get Decent good representation from both. I just worry about the lack of fire in the belly on sandbag that Steve Boss showed versus Joel Anderson was what is concerning is both of them have have bagged union endorsements, Lou Steve Fox got the CIA you union? Those of the purple shirt wearing that's a service mom folks very aggressive, very much for tax increases and pension spikes and salary hikes. But Joel Anderson got some of the AA building trades support. I d W In particular on Ivy W. Has long demanded project labor agreements Now I don't know. And I probably I would assume that neither of these gentlemen offered Any could pro quo to the unions. I just I wouldn't see that happening. They know that they get their heads handed to them on a platter. But, um, it's what I know. I know that a former state senator would you know would get the building and trades folks just because they have relationships there, and they think well, hope to work on those relationships so that But that wouldn't surprise me. But I think as your as you said, to your point that they're they're both very strong. Philosophically is I don't think I have to worry too much about project labor agreements coming down. Here again. This was one of the endorsements that was right on the bubble. You know, it could have gone either way. And so what I would encourage, you know listeners to do is is if you live in the second supervisorial district. And do a little bit more research on both candidates. Obviously, we've endorsed the Republican Party has also endorsed troll Anderson. But there's some good endorsements on both sides. There's some troubling endorsements on both sides. But either of these candidates is suitable. It's just Joel Anderson got our endorsement. That's why it's listed as such on the endorsement guide. Quick break, and then we're back. Sandy stays in red, but for how long will tell you? That's next on the Domeier aboard, but first traffic from your helpful San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic center North found five at the J Street off ramp and accident, clearing on South Bound five before Genesee, a plastic table debris and a TV in lanes. Cars were swerving. So watch out for these items in the one and two lanes, mainly the two left lanes. South bound 15 still little busy from the 52 to arrow drive. I'm Laura. Jane Coco's next real time Traffic update is.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

07:06 min | 3 d ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"As it as it really was will. That point about risk I think what's really important to keep in mind here and think whenever you look at an active protest particular around athletes you know I think asking this question of what is actually on the line what are you actually whisking here is really important and so you know with Smith and Carlos will for one there's this is reporting that actually the the. Had, sent Jesse Owens of all people to tell them that they should not boycott and they should go and reportedly Jesse Owens told one of the members of the US track team. You know if you protest, you're never going to have a job again and the guy responded already don't have a job. So. Thinking about kind of what are you putting on the line but Smith and Carlos another thing that people I don't really remember about them. They had aspirations to be pro football players you're not gonNA make a living in sixty eight I don't think as a track athlete but there are other places where you can make money as an athlete including professional football both of them had aspirations to do so and that was basically squashed after these protests as far as I can tell, right? Joel I mean they both got shots right? They've got but but signing with the team. Training Camp in getting a real opportunity is like real. Obviously, there's a distinction to be made there. So I can't imagine given how the NFL has responded to protest in two thousand and twenty that they were more progressive in nineteen, sixty eight about a couple of guys who you know taken a very public stand against their country in racial injustice in it. Right. But even beyond that I mean the Guy Peter Norman I second two, hundred I mean he's not he's from Australia. A hell of a lot too and I mean, he never really got back on track for participating along with those guys as well. Well. There's a documentary about him. Is that right? Or there's some there's some great piece about him that you're sort of looks at things from his perspective but yeah, I. Mean. Again, this question of like what are you actually putting online and what are you actually risking join me? I wonder how you think about that in modern context because I think that certainly calling happening, we see the price he paid you know and the risk that he but. Not that much later right you look at an athlete like, Lebron. James who is willing to speak out and I would say a lot of that is because he has his beliefs but a lot of there's also because he realizes like you can't really touch him. He makes enough money that he's not really risking that much by being pretty political and so I wonder how you think what you're risking plays into these calculations. Lebron isn't so much of a different position and and a lot of the NBA Gaza right because it's the league that's majority black and a league that. Extensively needs a black audience to help support the league right and that's totally different from the NFL where Colin Kaepernick is obviously not had his chance but I even think about Eric read the Guy who was Colin Kaepernick teammate was in the NFL as recently as a year ago but has been very public. In. Calling out the NFL in the country and. On racism in institutional racism and right now a year after he was one of the best safety in the league, he can't get a call like he's out of the League right now right so there's still a lot to put it on and even if you keep it within the Olympics, you've got Gwynne Berry who's one of the top female hammer throws in the country I think last year she made the metal stand at the Pan Am Games and raised her fist, and now she's unsponsored like she's lost a lot of money lost support of the. Hasn't received any athletic grant since protesting last year I mean you. You would think that we would have moved beyond this right? We would knowledge that people have the right to protest but obviously sports leagues and their sponsors showing you that no, we will still punish you if you're willing to. Take a step out there. So it makes what happened in nineteen, sixty all the more remarkable than me because they're literal lives along the line where it's just now it's livelihoods seems yeah. I just WANNA throw in another protester from the nineteen sixties here because I think it gives you a sense of. Yes. These athletes were risking a lot. They also understood that at these moments of Olympic triumph they had an international audience like they may never experience again in their life and they were going to use that moment in order to try to effect some kind of change and in a in nineteen sixty Wilma Rudolph comes home with three gold medals and she insists that her victory parade and Clarksville Tennessee is integrated and it's the first integrated public event in Clarksville in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, and so. You know there is this way that. There can be effective change but of course, as you were just saying Joel comes at such a tremendously high cost in those athletes understand that cost and they do it. Anyway let's talk a little bit about just the specific legacy of Carlos and Smith, I mean Joe what's your sense of how much they are thought of as? Forefathers are they counseling in this new of athlete activism or people connecting with them and what does it? What is their actual role here in two thousand twenty? Yeah. I mean, I think they're definitely forefathers of athletic protests movement right or they're considered that way I mean they've got a statue right down the street from me at San Jose state their legends I mean they've been documentaries of books written about them they've gotten. Their do somewhat but I think like with anything I mean that was fifty two years ago. So some of that fades a little bit. You know now Colin Kaepernick is the face of athletic protests in this country and I know that they've been in consultation with Colorado I, know that they've met and spoken with each other. So it's good to see that they're still involved Dr Harry Edwards who helped to organize some of activism. One thousand nine hundred eight Olympics is still involved in these conversations but it's a long time. I. Doubt Very Few sports fans today remember them in quite the way we do I mean I'm old. I. Of course I'm going to remember it in a way that a twenty four year old doesn't. But in time I mean obviously there influenced probably Wayne's a little bit which is sort of. Sort of said I mean also I, mean we were talking about this earlier. I think it would be really powerful if Tommy Smith and John Carlos would like closer if they were like friends and like they could travel together and go places and do events together but it just doesn't seem like they have that sort of relationship and they've sort of hinted that over the years right? I mean. They were brought together by this moment it's hard to separate it but I mean just because. Your teammates on the same Olympic team doesn't mean you have to be best buds right there was competitors, right? Exactly. Well, that also brings up one other thing. One of the little tidbit that gets lost a history and is sort of an interesting moment here, which is you know Nikki, there is reporting here. That is at Smith who claims that he let. Carlos. Actually win this race of the other way around. So, Smith sets the the world record and Carlos who is like the much more extroverted, much more big man on campus energy strutting around is just like Oh. Yeah. I'll let you win which is such a shitty thing to say to somebody who smoked you in a race right inside.

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The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:08 sec | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "joel anderson" discussed on The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

"All right, thank you so much. Joel Anderson, with senator former state senator running for district to county supervisor coming up. We've got his opponent, Mayor of Power, a Steve boss, also running for district to county Supervisor. That's up next, but first, let's check traffic from your helpful San Diego Honda dealers Traffic center North and 15. Nina del Norte. An accident on the off ramp South found five before imperial crash there has cleared traffic. Still busy from about that point down to e Bridge is still backed up all the way across. I'm Laura Kane Co goes next real time Traffic update is.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

04:17 min | 6 d ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

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"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

07:55 min | 6 d ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"Together and said, we're going to bring tons and tons of black people to DC for March so. How does it manifest itself differently now compared to this moment twenty five years ago who man? That's a really tough question because I mean the leader the so called leadership is so much more diffuse. Now you know what I mean like there's not there's not a few people that you can point to anymore like let's just say that Barack Obama happened to be the person. That everybody rallied around. There would be a lot of dissension even among black people about whether he should have that sort of a role at the head of an activist March like that right so I don't actually know how come together. But the thing is though is that we are coming out of a summer where people took to the streets in ways that have not been. In, like half a century so. Maybe. The thing is it wouldn't be such a national march right that maybe you know you're. These marches these these activists events would be a more regional in nature maybe. People have started to do that instead of thinking about making one big demonstration. We've sort of touched on that a little bit on this show that the era of the like big societal remarkable about what's been happening this summer. This fall is just the diffuse in a good way. You know nature in the way that you're describing and they had black lives matters marches in Idaho. And even. and. Even and even in New York where I live, you know I just remember the moment where on a given day there was one march in one neighborhood and then less than a mile away there was another march. And I feel like in in previous generations, the goal of the quote unquote organizers, the number one goal would have been like get all these people together right this needs to be one big unified in every sense, and here's just like, no, it's just going to be March is everywhere and I think is so powerful. So fascinating to see why it manifest itself that way and I. mean part of it is about a media environment right that you get all these people together in one place you can grab the attention of the cameras and you can show like a critical mass. But when you have instantaneous media coverage in all of these different spots where you don't necessarily need a cameraman and the smallest town in Iowa where emerges happening then you're able to. Demonstrate mass mobilization that isn't in just one place and it's more powerful that way right? Because Jones folks in Idaho are in somehow her in a way more representative of the power and the breath of a movement. Then everybody came to Lake New York City. To be honestly black people would not have these Marxists to themselves anymore anyway right I. Mean we've seen that this is a big a much broader multicolored through moment and we've seen like how connected are futures are too together right. So Black Brown people, Trans Trans Rights, LG Other lgbtq communities, all these people. We all see that we're you know we're all marginalized communities in that way, and so I don't think that it would just be a black march so to speak not way. Not On that scale right and and again, that was one of the more I think there's Amazing and heartening parts of this summer was to see that all these other issues I mean one of the biggest marches in New York in the summer was a trans rights issue and it was it felt completely natural that that would come on the heels of March said, it started around police brutality like if you know that people are seeing seeing the matrix to say and seeing the connectivity. All right. But Nikki your point about how you know when you're looking at fifteen tweets or instagram lives from around the country. It gives you the sense of a of a massive crowd. I think is really good and it sets me up to do the thing that I want to do, which is talk about crowd size back then right this was. The president. Exactly. But I will say because I am fascinated someone who worked at five thirty eight and thinks about data science and hasn't sort of soft spot for like rational analysis of things. The fact that crowd size still is like a bunk science and that people haven't really figured out how to estimate crowds of those moments where you just crowd size and traffic. It's like the two things that scientists haven't been able to figure out I I. I'm fascinated by that but first off, you put the number of your of are coming into. The name of your thing, it's going to set a bar and so there's maybe branding mistake there but it really was politicized and it really was contentious and there are a crowd sizes all over the place. The National Park Service initially said four, hundred thousand but then some researchers said eight, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand But then there were other estimates that said it was two, hundred, fifty thousand. So you know other than it was not a million to either of you care about crowd size as much as I appear to. As an inexact art, it's fascinating, right? Those are some pretty. Big. Ranges and you know again with the name. There is a kind of political journalists of gamesmanship that happens around this where it's just like well, if you don't meet a million, then you're not legitimate and your whole event failed where I don't think that that was how it was experienced by the people who were there. Also. Think that half million man march is not quite as catchy like your little young. Right. And so that that helps a lot. But yeah, I mean I kind of gotten the extent to which that had. I didn't I didn't realize that that was sort of the tipping point people giving up on. Doing crowd counts but I do remember at the time it being a big deal and I remember as a kid black kid teenager in Houston thinking and why they lying on why? They know that we're a million people but again, like how would anybody know it's all bunk right? I guess trump continued to be obsessed with it which I think is just more evidence that trump is sort of stuck in the in the nineties of the. Policies that world One Nice thing. I just want to circle back to something you said Abou- kind of the the state of hip hop at the moment and I'm curious about the cultural context here. Obviously, you reported out big versus to Bug I. Think you started to just in that series get right up to the sort of beginning of what's known as I conscious hip hop and I wonder Kinda like what the cultural context is here how that fits into the goals of the March and the unity that was trying to put forward your woman the march was really happened in a really right Tom for hip hop mad there was ship was a very diverse art a lot more regionalized, lot more I guess for lack of a better time, it wasn't. Taken over by like the big labels at that point like like it is today right so you had all these different sorts of rappers with different political points like. Political viewpoints. Public enemy you had NWEA ice cube, Jay Rue, the damage, all these guys that you know whether they were five percenters whether they will full blown members the nation of Islam where they would just consider themselves black revolutionaries. There was a lot of that and hip hop at the time. So it was really like a really good organizing principle, and in fact, if you go back and listen to a lot of the hip from that time, they make a lot of references to the million. Man March Louis Farrakhan actually today I. Mean. There are still rappers throw a little Farrakhan references in there right? Today. There's just not that man it's just change and I don't know what accounts for that. I know that they've been podcasts and articles written about like why that that protests moment hasn't really been captured into music today but right then it really happened at a really rich moment and I just remember thinking like Oh man like this must have been with it felt like to grow up in the sixties. Like my parents did and have all this protests music and there's momentum behind it and it's just not like that anymore and I don't I don't know if that's good or a bad thing. But you know it's the kind of thing that you probably could never recapture again to be honest. All right. Well, we're going to leave it there and actually you mentioned. Of of what was it like to live in the sixties is a is a good place to end because Joel Anderson. You're going to be with US next episode where we are going to talk about the late sixties and some of this stuff that we were discussing. So thank you so much Joel.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

07:43 min | 6 d ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

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Sixteenth Nineteen Ninety five in Washington DC, the Million Man March organized by Louis Farrakhan Nation of Islam, along with a number of other organizations gathering was intended to quote convey to the world in. Different picture of the blackmail, a million men did not show up for the March and match will get into a little bit of the controversy about how many people actually showed up and how hard it is count crowd sizes but obviously a big massive gathering at a very interesting political moment. So here to discuss it is always Nicole Hammer of Columbia hello, Nicki. Dirty. And special guests for this episode, and we'll be our next episode as well. Joel Anderson of slate You hear him on hang up and listen their sports podcasts and he of course, was the host of the third season of slow burn, which is about Biggie and to Pock Joel, thank you for doing this. We've been trying to have you on for a while. So I, really appreciate you coming on. Oh thanks for having me on. It's my pleasure. Let's paint a little bit of the cultural and political picture of the moment and then talk about the march itself. But I read that quote Joel to convey to the world vastly different picture of the black male What's the flip side of that? What is the picture of the blackmail that the organizers of the Million Man March are trying to cut against? Well I mean. So we're not too long coming off the presidential election where you know the Bush campaign was successfully able to use Willie Horton as an example. Of like black criminality right and to scare people about the idea that you know black people sort out of control and then that leads us into the Super Predator air right where there's a need for crime bill people focusing on law and order and getting control of these out of control. Cities. Devastated by crime, you know gang warfare drugs, all this other sort of thing. So. That's the sort of thing that's going on in media like obviously there's reasons for why these communities devastated and why people are struggling in that time. But those are the sorts of things that are out there on the media, and then you also looking at like the birth and the evolution of hip hop out of the West Coast, which is sort of this so-called Gangsta rap right and so you're seeing all these other images of black people in gangs, this pathology of black culture and I. You know I was a kid I was you know thirteen years around that time and there was a lot of a lot of talk around hey, man you've got you've you've really got to. Put Your Best Foot forward you know make a good representation of your community and so that's that's sort of the context with which. minister? Farrakhan. The. Talking about hey, we need to really think about Changing the narrative around black people particularly black men. Yeah. I mean, this is just a few years after Bill Clinton's famous sister soldier moment right where he kind of tries to put a distance between himself and black voters by saying, Hey, you have some some personal responsibility which was his goto term that the problem is not just stomach racism but a cultural problem and he gives a speech. I believe the day after the million man, March where he basically doing the same thing he's like you have to understand why white people are scared of black people and black people need to change their behavior. Of other element of the of the political context. When you read some of the reports at the time, a number of them also mentioned obviously that the midterms of the year before we talked about it on the show, this was the contract with America I. Think there was a sense that the conversation you know after maybe Bill Clinton had been elected as the famous quote, the first black president that maybe the conversations about race were coming to the forefront. There was a sense of the new insurgent Republicans were kind of seizing the conversation away, and so there was an a an attempt here to center things both of you got at what I think is the crux here this question of. Personal responsibility versus systemic conversation so Joel can you help characterize why the million man march in this moment gathered and it was about image and personal responsibility and you know individual black men and the image they project verses some of the more systemic things that were also present then and continue to be president well I mean one thing about it is that it gave a black people and black men and opportunity to. Sort of take control of the store here right because I mean it's their event they're saying, Hey, look, we're responsible for what's going on in our communities where the ones that are ultimately the ones who have to deal with the fallout like whatever whatever the systemic issues are, whatever people think are so-called behavioral issues are we ultimately are the ones that have to deal with it and? There was a lot of that back. Then you know a lot of black people then and today still like we are ultimately responsible for our own condition and that we have to take control. Even if we live in poor violent communities, it's incumbent upon us to solve those issues. So you can see the strain of that conversation. Coming out of the. Fair Khan and and I would say that the INA. was uniquely positioned to do that because they were they've always been active in black communities over the years even going back to the sixties, they will working in prison to get people out and transition them into a different way of life afterwards, and so they had some credibility there in changing that narrative that not a lot of other people or institutions could. But on that question of narrative I, mean I'm interested in the kind of. that. The Nation of Islam and this March was was whether the narrative was sort of internal and it was we need to address our community and and we to project an image to ourselves versus external weaned to show the world. You know what black men are capable of a different image of black men and I wonder if there's a tension there.

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The Right Time with Bomani Jones

06:06 min | 2 months ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"You are based in the bay you. have been talking a lot about what's going on with the PAC twelve players Players is generally was going on you are a former college athletes. So like what's been your read on what's happening here I think that there has been a simmering discontent from players for a very long time and they know their value you know they gradually come to sort of understand that people have talked about it publicly in ways that we just didn't twenty twenty five years ago. So it was eventually going to come to a head. They're just like we know that we're valuable hockey we tap into that value in finally there's an opportunity that has emerged right and then also I think another thing is that. I don't know that players like people talking so to articulate, but players don't necessarily trust their programs to look for the best inches even in the best of times you know what I mean. You don't know if you're coach cares about you outside of the football facility at these programs, care about you outside of that, and so when this pandemic hits, all of this comes home, you know all, you can kind of get your arms around all of it. It's like, okay they need us to get out here. Now they're telling us our value like we know it's it's clear as day right now and also depending on people that you don't necessarily trust to look out for your injuries at a care about academic career, any of this other stuff and you're putting your trust totally in these coaches totally in these programs and it's just like wait are we should be looking out for us in the middle of this. Are they really protecting us they really look up for best interest, and so you can understand how these players like looked around they. May We talk about this with somebody? Maybe we need to have a conversation with these guys so that we can make should ended up being looked out for and what I think is interesting is that all the guys that I've talked to with the exception of the Washington state guys and even then they kind of fall into this category I got no resentment from any of these guys toward their coaches in effect in many cases is sound like their coaches were on board with them and understood you know where it was that they were coming from and a lot of these guys even set themselves. I think our school is doing everything that they can do to keep us safe and I have gotten information to the contrary about some of these places, some of these schools and taught somebody's players were and they wouldn't give it up on the schools right? They're still not going there but they just look around see the macro level situation. They can't trust it right like they recognize everybody's getting paid off of them playing and so whether or not they play has nothing to do with them. It has everything to do with whether or not people are going to get paid. I think an important point in this. Is that these cantate resentful these cats ain't mad. They just. In they should be because who is specifically looking out for the interests and all of this stuff, right like all these people in the rooms, making schedules, laying out protocols, doing all these guidelines, how often other players actually in the room and I think it's just they're like we should have some sort of a senior like shouldn't we be involved these conversations in like at the bottom line I mean it's a reasonable ask say, hey we. Want to be saving some of these conversations in protecting ourselves and making sure that our interest to look out for his well not the gym not. But we at least wanted to make sure that like pieces spoken in these meetings and I think that's imminently fair. I was thinking about the way that ran in the Washington Post over the weekend sec guys and it was just like man y'all just GonNa accepted some y'all don't get sick. Players, like wait a minute you talked about. Megan. Sick though, right. Like this is a theoretical you talking about me get sick. What about you know what I'm saying I feel like I can totally understand why these guys looked up and they're like we should have a role in these. And if anybody has a disagreement with that and so far publicly, we've only seen one coach who seems to have an issue with it in all fairness it's like I mean you can totally see how we ended up here were sort of an impasse even though the big players haven't said, they go sit out which is man right which you go get done if you don't sit out well, because the big ten guys are playing a different gay I talked to. Last night of their group and the difference is they're working cooperatively. They are seeking to work with the big ten in order to make sure that all of these things get done. The PAC twelve guys are like not possible. That's the thing. The PAC twelve guys like now that's not going to work and to be fair I think the PAC twelve guys are probably closer to right. On this, now, what you might be able to do in the big ten is besides the positive PR habit out there that we're all working together, and then that's the way that you move toward getting all the health and safety protocols and all the things that they say they would. That's where the big ten guys the PAC twelve guys they're low more jaded in a bit more disillusioned on the idea if these people were do a right by you to begin with then they're not gonNA cooperate which you. To do right now, otherwise, you wouldn't have had to ask them to do it. They would have been coming to cooperate you in the first place if that sort of thing was really going to happen. Now, the PAC twelve thing also has the added thing with talking about compensation for the big ten players are not right like these are two different things. Did you get essential while they're not asking for compensation? They just did not think that that was a pressing matter right now there were guys in the PAC. Twelve. Who did not think of that as being a pressing matter so the way that I take that is the big ten guys are working on the right now, the scope of the pack twelve movement thereby is ultimately broader and looking at something larger that's going on down the line between guys got different advisors behind them. That is the read that I had but the big ten guys think that adding compensation this is my read don't want told me this explicit mean but the big ten guys think that adding. Compensation kind of muddies it probably will make it less likely to people are going to be on your side. My argument against daddy is you asked for the big ten network so that your parents could watch you Catholic. The Guy Lee still popped up there you go looking for free stuff like no matter what you ask for it was gonNA wind up did not enough. That's why I look at the PAC twelve if people are like, well, you're never going to get that..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

14:14 min | 5 months ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on Why Is This Happening? with Chris Hayes

"I mean that he was such a hard driving in difficult personal work with and in the film the whole treatment of that is given over to. Who's snitch to the reporter? Which is absolutely the only person that could care about that. As like the SEALY employee of the Jordan rules is Michael Jordan. And so that's what we get is like fifteen minutes of him. Being like will horace grant did hang out with them a lot but B J Armstrong is very shifty so I never know like really bizarre and Jordan Jordan rules. I mean for people that are not familiar. With the documentary I mean basically Jordan Jordan becomes a sort of immediate icon and sensation. Because he's just he's an insane talent unlike anyone has ever seen and that insane talent is very early on married to this iconography through Nike. That creates this kind of larger than life brand even before it becomes a champion and in the beginning of his career the knock is kind of like he's a individual performer but can't lift his team in camp and can't win titles so then he wins first title and it's kind of like oh he's arrived in. This book comes out. That's like you know. Now he's sort of peak nearing the peak of his sort of global icon. Status in the book comes out. Basically being like the guys total asshole. He's a complete bullying practice. He's constantly belittling people. He's constantly and even going after like the twelfth guy on the like these these sort of crazy. Petty Mind Game Obsessive Competitiveness. Near Fisticuffs with people ragging on people to a degree. That's like moves past like the the bullshit testosteronal performance of a basketball court and into something that feels like compulsive in weird like and that's the basic takeaway from the Jordan rules but also basically documentary like that is that that notion of him is not in means like obscure or denied by what we see in the documentary. It's more that he tries to explain it. This is what makes it kind of an interesting document. More maybe despite itself. Maybe on purpose is that again. It's all this stuff like. He has been very overt about Scotty. Pippin being his best team they won six titles together. Like it's you think of Jordan. Anything Pippen in the same thought and so the idea that all these decades later. They're still a part of him. That is trying to prove that he did it despite Scotty or you could have done it without him or like just chasing the last little bit like the two percent of his legacy that he has to share with all these other players is I mean again. That's that's Michael Jordan. Every day I guess but it is still like a a strange thing to see from somebody. Who has you know outwardly? Gotten all of the things that he famously wanted. So that to me is You know what's what's the fascinating thing about this document is that basically. It's like got the public image of Michael Jordan gatorade space jam. Mcdonald's Nike be like Mike Tongue out. Champion holding the title Dunking from the free. Throw line everything total excellent and I gotta say like just for Sports. He's the best player ever it for from from a kind of stoute's perspective and kind of like full of the game. Lebron James Cream Abdul Jabbar are are both sort of up there. I think that like from the sheer magic of watching someone play I. Just there's just nothing like it to me that's partly nostalgic but but I think partly like technical like the the amount of things he was able to do the way that he dominated a game. That said it's like okay so we've got the icon and then the only time that we've gotten peaks at him at who. This guy is our behind the scenes accounts like the Jordan rules. Where it's like. He's a bully or this very famous hall of fame speech. He gave when he was inducted hall of fame. He was just like in this totally insane. Way like ticking through all his petty grievances to the point where he like was talking shit about and ragging on a decent but forgettable player for the Utah. Jazz famously. Hit the game. Winning jump shot over to to win the last title. And it's like it would be like being at your wedding and getting up for the toast and talking about like talking a bunch of trash about your tenth grade girlfriend like what's the fuck are you doing like. Why are you doing this like it's your wedding day dude like Hallelujah like I was modestly one of the weirdest things I have ever seen in my life? So what's so strange about documents I go into it thinking okay? We got the icon on one hand. Then we've got the behind the scenes weird petty grievance bounds bully. What are we going to see here and your title of your piece Joe is like Oh it's just that dude that dude over the course at ten hours. It's ten hours of that dude. It's sort of amazing that he never for the concerns that they said that he had. He was worried that people going to be. You know think that he was mean. I think that he was a bad person that he never took any measures to soften. This was an opportunity for him to have his kid in something other than the very last episode right. They don't appear they do not. There is no family. The family Michael Jordan's family does not exist for except for two moments. The kids show up out of nowhere in the last episode. And then there's a moment after he wins the title titles like do to do anything he says we handle. Do you WanNa talk to your wife. And they like. You're like alright that I haven't heard about his absolutely the best laugh in the whole thing is like wind. His kids show up at the nine hour. Seven minute mark of the thing. And you're like Oh. Hey Wow cool. You see them at the beginning when they're like five and they're like rebounding shoot around and then you see them later and they're just like grown men like thirty two year old guys. Whatever I remember that Yeah I. He had all the opportunity. He had all the real estate in the world to show another side of himself a warmer family man and he just punted on that. He decided that that wasn't important that it was more important to settle his GRUDGES WITH JERRY. Krause in Byron Russell. Isn't that Weird Jaycox? Who's been dead for ten years? Oh yeah but that's one of the things that Joel wrote about. This is something that I had actually had my last recap and I had to take it out because he wrote the perfect story on it which is fine. It's all right. I've not I keep mentioning when we make a documentary about my blogs. Now calling your but with David yes I got a but he wrote about a book that came out. It's like Jordan rules to basically about Jordan abortive comeback with the wizards in two thousand and two thousand one and it. That book is even more so than than the Jordan. Rules really shows him as beyond like being tyrannical and compulsive but like actually quotes directly what he would say to the younger and less accomplished players that he played with and there's like the F slur fi features prominently in it like end. It's you know it's bad. It didn't look good at the time and left out of the the last dance which makes sense given what the frame of that that thing is but you can see in this. That like as a Guy. That famously does not forget any slights. Not Trying to pretend that he wasn't that way you can see. He's like very consciously kind of savvy trying to sort of reframe it right so so the way he the way he sells. It is not that I'm a sociopath. Not that I'm a bully. But that this was essentially all means to an end this is a strategic vision of how to get people to a place they need to be mentally tough enough to win and what I care about is winning and the thing that I found sort of fascinating which would to me took this to the next level like okay. So I'm walking in being like what are we going to get here? Public icon the behind the scenes bully. There are moments tiny little moments of self awareness. But generally what you're getting is like a kind of self justifying SORTA EGOMANIAC explain to you. Why this kind of single minded sociopathic pursuit of excellence was necessary and sort of quarter. Who he was. And what? Then that then brought me to was is this actually. I did this profound meditation about the cost of it. All because in a weird way might the thing that I ended up coming away from his like my take away from this is like you don't actually WanNa be like Mike like actually there's there. This is a guy who soldier who so driven and so talented and so single minded and so compulsively competitive all of these things ran together to create this once in a lifetime once in history level of excellence that like actually you probably just WanNa like have actual friends and like a good relationship with your spouse and your kids and be good at what you do but not Michael Jordan and like that to me was actually quite profound like once. I switched over into seeing it. That as like a kind of meditation like do you. Is this actually what it takes and like if it is what it takes is this. Do you WanNa be like Mike. Do you want to be and I was like no I do. Not and I it just right your Michael Jordan. You don't really have. You have a very weird social life. You don't have anything. Nothing's normal normal friends. You hang your home is you're not on the tax chain talking like all things that are like make life worth living. Frankly that was when I tipped over to being like. This is a very interesting documentary. Because that's kind of the VIBE. I'm getting from it right and I think in a way that if maybe it's amusing on how distorting famous because there's nothing that can prepare you for becoming Michael Jordan. I mean we're talking about a guy who grew up in Wilmington North Carolina which is a rural area grew up North Carolina. Didn't go too far from home. Then all of a sudden he goes to Chicago in becomes this phenom and arguably the most famous person in the world so you can totally imagine how that may totally isolate you from everybody else who can relate to that. Who can you trust to get into inside your circle and so you may end up with people that depend on you being your circle as a result that he may not? You may not welcome other people into it and you may fiercely. Try to protect your fame and your wealth in your success in the way that he had to so I felt extremely Safran end of it..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"You know. People were Books back you go to jail. I go to prison for them. It's crazy you actually can. Yeah right and they were doing it. I know I was something that was against the law but that was it was a very common thing back then or stealing from an stealing from a cafeteria. Somebody what am I doing something how to the cafeteria and I forget I went. I went to lunch winning odds called Johnny because nobody could figure that is getting his tray and he walks out the back way Johnny Cash Soviet. He's like Sh- would he do it? He got me and I was like okay. That's how you that's so that's how it works out entity I had a Napkin dispenser tinsels offered man and all that I was getting on that stuff. I'd cafeteria another school. I went to this. I was broke like it was hard times at this school. I'm a little ashamed wall. The all the boosting and everything like a ways they we struggled away the back doors we snug in all the time is that we was just like I would just put my head down and just keep all like Alvin. Our just put my head down and act like supposed to be here. I think you care to the college here. You've got to risk the things you know the tests. Yoder as Dr. But Hey bad ladies and gentlemen. Thanks for joining us here in just a couple week. We're may say. And how does everything behind to say? Thank you Sir Joel. Check ABOUT SLATE DOT COM. I don't know how we go describe what we talked about but I enjoyed. It was good times. Thanks for having me off taking down. Every time I hear you I appreciate it. Ever remember Subscribe to the right time. Rate is review gives five stars four stars and McLeod. Thank you are hater without you guys and a couple of days take it easy. Thanks for checking out the right time with Bomani Jones. Podcast you can listen or subscribe on the ESPN APP apple podcasts. Or every listener podcast..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

08:24 min | 6 months ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Still available his name not my fault. I forgot he was also one time. The facet ten year old in the World Joel Anderson was GonNa Asia with over was of a sound. You'll get to be being once as on it. Is You some of Yoda the country? Because you eleven you gotta run against each year olds so does yeah right so I kinda easy to different bracket you know saying things change people changed so what happened. Us twelve basketball it. Because you want these two. Was your birthday like right at the line. Oh liberties meets when I yeah. I'm I'm really young compared to everybody in my class so if I come along another time when my parents were the kind of people didn't care about my education they've been holding back because they would be as my birthday's August twenty six. Oh no I'd like the youngest into class and then gasket gray and I had no chess athletics success. I mean I wouldn't have made the league. Nothing like that but I do feel like other different circumstances that may have been able to present more athletic legacy. You're right I mean they didn't even give you ten also skipping grades out. The kids even do that anymore. That's happened a lot. We were growing up. I haven't heard of that a long time. I'd say it's a bad situation though. They just really have no choice of like looking back at it. Ages would object because what happened was we lived at Atlanta until right before I turned seven and I went to what I call home school at somebody else's house right and they were just like out in look back on it. I don't know how they got books. I don't know how in the world they made the whole situation. Look but for them. It was like okay so you know how to do this. Oh you can do this okay. We can move you to something else so out then moved to Texas is a public school and I did all that stuff all right well. Above the Obama says she went in and she tried to talk to the teacher. Because they didn't want to move me upgrade is she was like look how about you. Just give them the work and I'll show and what he needs to know how to do at home right and the teacher was like Nam Nam. I teach second grade as she was like. Okay well I guess he go to. Third man see this. You know the only thing I think about because I don't think is bad for a kid occasionally but socially Ziona cousin who skipped a grade like that and I just remembered he always stripped like when he was in middle school high school. You know it just like. He never like found his foot. Yes I caught up right like the key was the cough it is up to what was going on but I will say this. Sixth GRADE LOOKED TRICKY BAY. Because life changing for everybody or not changing for me and then we moved schedule back. It was back on the schedule. Because we're birthday was anyway. It took a little time but by the time college came around. I caught up. Almost you go into college. Seventeen man that just seems sixteen seventeen. Here's the thing though is not there. Ruffie IS NOBODY KNOWS. But you and so you've been at the same pace and do it all the same stuff as everybody else right if you can make it through middle school to get into college part. That was not so bad move. Who's The jungle missiles the juggle of the World Middle School kid? People were terrible terrible people and then merged their merciless and they feel like they put adults in a very tricky place because they grown enough to know what it is that they doing but the law says new not allowed to hit them right right. And that's at that age where they legitimately tempt you not to hit like. Outta disciplined like. We're not talking about corporal punishment. I'm talking about a fight. Let's go right where they just so wild disrespectful. They don't have any of the governors of the maturity to be like t to have the capacity for empathy. Or you know whatever they just. Everything is one hundred. Everything feels so emotional and so alive in electric Middle School. I had a decent tyler wheels. Who'll be even then? It was not a lot of fun if you think about operating on the principle that you came box with them in high school that yeah well. That's what I always like is it is it. They chart with people which is what age you were when you realize that somebody will fight you like you grow man at age typically before eighteen. Oh Yeah Right I. If somebody's Beta clear to you as a new Game Bruin let me give you to rule it out alive and I'll give you the blues. Feel like I was like fifteen or so. My brother made it clear to me. That like new stakes are not. We don't do this no more you can. You can step up this. Yeah the exact words. Were you big enough for me to hit you now? That is an important lesson. A Lotta people need to learn a lot of people do not learn it or they don't learn it in time but I feel like everybody needs to have that lesson. You people will love you. I'm saying like everybody will love. You is an important lesson they will. We need is like a ceremony. Some right of passage to let you know they. You have graduated to a place where you can get your rock. You know what I'm saying like we need to have something some certificate. Something this is to notify you that thanks to your completion of the tenth grade brought like when you get your largest permit right. It is at the same time. Oh absolutely I mean I mean. The thing is social. Media makes it so much worse. Because you don't quite comprehend the stakes that that people on the other side of the messages that are being symphony. He'll sit there received and so I think people really got into habit of talking to people while I was like. Yo At least what I was coming up and I'm not pretending like I grew up in nineteen forty or something. My people got beat up all the time. You might have to fight. You might have to go to the cafeteria dating my head to be a fight. You know yes. Do they. Still fight may homeboy. Who's a principal of a high heat and he used to be a vice principal out of Dulles is food and talking about fighting out there all the time all the time here Dulles he he also he was a AP over will risk to over here and he said they fight all the time and he said not only that he's a girl who worst into dudes girls were fighting all the time all the time? Yeah can we tell? The Best Wheeler is story of all with rich stories. And you know the story. They'll talk now through my like. Please let me. Joe Grew up in different parts of tile. We say made right. You graduated ninety six right right. He says I graduated in ninety seven right but like we don't know each other from home. We did rolled together from home. I don't even think we've ever talked about this. But all I had to say was the wheeler is story. He meeting elite. Y'All got her to say we'll ridge like an hour away from my house so that even by Bun my freshman year of High School Willow Ridge at the Best Basketball TV in St Write their answers awesome. See say right. They eventually won the State Championship. This is well before the TJ four. Daddy you in a Adam McFarland tape right so they bought to go to stay tournament and what are their players who I believe was the starting point guard unfortunately was unable to make the trip and you may be wondering why he was not able to make the trip to tournament. He was not able to make the trip to tournament because he got caught in a girl's room. And you may be thinking wild getting caught with a girl. That's the main is the punishment really that you can't play in the state tournament. No the punishment was getting shot right. The person who beat it out the.

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

20:02 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Burn podcast over there at slate this season they are exploring thirteen point three seven zero that's pretty impressive that's good man I there's episode of this and it kind of dolled on me because you and I are about the same age right like the midst of big and everything that it was but it's interesting to lives we knew like the big events and everything but we never knew about like all the little developments they were going to publish anyway but then it was late or whatever you know you just never got like those to be the person who had seen it so I'm fascinated by getting into this because I've read more things about I mean that's really the difficulty right because so much of it was like oh I thought I heard this happened you know before then we decided to either you thought was alive or you thought to parking right least credible thing there's nobody could absolutely I always I always thought it was la he's due to like I mean is he would probably tell you himself it has said like he did I allegation was just an indication of how much he hated yes your biggest or just wanted to awesome what she says was a coincidence right right of course of course is happy resemble Biggie in some ways he is there he utterly we are seeing we got somebody out there I mean we can be honest here how much swag must you it'll be the coolest dude out there oh had to have all the swag like I'm the work inspiration but you know what it's just he was famous they're like yeah this dude was standing out on everybody knew he was he was the May I swear you can drop the camera with on this Nice coochie sweater and you can Rowett shores and other stuff and camera have Jodi out here singing. R&B dressed like the cats on the block big except they wouldn't have been like cold right on it that way right back yes you know what I mean like I mean these are not dudes are people that we think of like total the people are going to do with them no matter what you know I have to look they don't have to abide by some sort of conventional combing there's no nice way to really put it but you know that this is a part of the as you know what I'm saying but yeah no it's it's tough you don't want to say it out loud but we know we a record label executive look at all the puppy had it been like puffy it's like man what how big is he how is he is he heavy d also gives us to the quad studios shooting was shot and not killed right like this before we get to fifty cent and everything that happened there not only by five times lived until it's not quite clear on why he did that some people would say off performance side that maybe he even said himself up to get shot in hoping you know that it would even if you don't think that like even if you were inclined to think that you how it would go over showing up after getting shot it doesn't change the fact that performance art certainly it does not change the fact that the do guy shot oh before solve and I'm very curious how that trial would have gone over now because that's another one where there was a measure right like once we get to this point and that's when we started learning the names right that's when we start hearing the the reason we talk about to pock in twenty nineteen the way that we do is because of what happened that day music for the rest of his life he's out and then yes it's like I feel like you I'm invisible bra you know what I mean and so he was after that he was unleased right blessing occurs getting out yeah go into studio everyday he's broke he was bro is crazy he's got all these lawyer bills in like we talk about it in the podcast like he had all coordinator for legal defense because he he had he had so many cases that they oh I mean he went up to the US brothers you know what I'm saying he he stood up sober I mean man they stick with the which I mean really should burnish his legend he shot at undercovers or something like that but he shot at him and the charges didn't stay right they got drop that was the case that caused them the least trouble all the cases right like if you take another that was the case yet to do it he attack the Hughes brothers he had to view do the math on that two pods died in nineteen ninety six so we go seemed the Macgregor's mark gay but he seemed like so old and forever back has we sort of take it for granted because like you like to pock is I mean that's an indelible part of my life an oh I mean dude well first of all you know the the Tattoo on his back that the cross so like he has connections to Houston like yeah man people down there you know people ask me it's not only were they they were just trying to argue with you about that Oh they WBZ might be performing in Houston and she was like now I'm GonNa show up it was pretty good like I couldn't relate to that level anger I didn't have a world had treated because he was not a thug by nature Sam that's that's sort of a role he took on later the quad city shooting we got a little audio from the pack right now let the people here love what he wrote up to the eighth floor then dragged himself to the studio where he was supposed to meet with little bleeding the room was filled with New York hip hop luminaries they'd heard there's held there by the cops to puck was confused upset maybe it had been hastened Jack Maybe the men in the studio knew who done it and weren't into defend to park and if you see that footage you see us come past police so how we try to set you up and we came to hold you down aspect is a theme that a Lotta people although they have the utmost respect for two packing and it didn't make any sense and he's the reason he spotted up for basically if you were biggie and you're like dude all I can say is that I didn't do it right I there's nothing that biggie had something to do with it or knew something was going down and didn't try to after that people were probably in shock they come into the studio shut up and it's like Oh man this is piece of it and then yeah I mean you know he had some time away went to prison and not long after that and you know what I mean so it's plausible that biggie and puffy would having AC- man to show up at night like getting away because he's Jack Right there's other studios how about we just take the night all or biggie smalls and you just like Amen I did not do this is there anybody who's it wasn't him but to pack was convinced that it was them in we're talking about degrees of involvement because stood to the side didn't give him a heads up and that's like a much tougher thing to parse it like the bigger than than to to pack though I think in the people that like to pack you can get a sense of like what about them in the same way yeah that is interesting like way look at it because also big big from the class wise is it seemed that big grew up in a way the to park did not oh you're like so they had a chat a pretty good job living in a nice house how school kids went do but like no biggie came from a pretty decent background he didn't have this sort of.

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Well you know there were a lot assumptions. There are a lot of substance that were made about two pac and biggie at about what we knew about op them right and and their lives and music that they made and <hes> you know. I thought i was like oh. I thought i knew everything there was no about it. When you read about them <hes> and just like you know the idea that you think that it was like both these camps are going each other east versus west and it was like really nothing. There was a lot more to like. You know a big win and they were never really liked trying to fight these dues. You know what i mean like. They did a lot to you know that some people may disagree with that but <hes> from what we can tell the you know they did a lot to try. Turn down the heat on that. They didn't want anything like that and you know to pacman. You know for everything that people say about him. I mean he was a really sensitive. Do you know what i mean. <hes> a really sensitive he's he's very loyal to the people that are around him and like you could see how things can escalate <hes> you know when whenever we got shot that time here in new york the first time and so yeah <hes> it's just a it was a very personal relationship and that's why the beef got the way that it did because i mean these guys were friends and like you don't win. Some people get you know that are close close and they have a fight or something like that. It can be really ugly. Hey man. I'm looking forward to this man joel anderson checkout slow-burn podcasts at slate. Now's october thirtieth draftees drop yep so we got a little bit of time. They're the fastest ten year old in the united states jeff johnson say man. I wouldn't but eh ladies and gentlemen. Thanks supposed to joining us here on the right time thing a couple of times a week. Mamane gave bassein handles everything behind the scenes. Thank you sir. We do not doing a show on tuesday. Got some gum froyo rian couple of days after that religion no more about that also remember the right time book club with mike freeman tuesday august twenty seventh. We will wrap up the books be sure to check that out tweet about it with the hashtag the right time book club thanks to our sponsor kim's and also check out the woes pot this week. He chats with blazes gar c._j..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Right that makes sense i mean i guess i would need to know like what does having a college degree actually have to do with being agent. You know what i mean like. 'cause i mean clearly they are trying to like. They are trying to keep somebody out there trying like when you whenever you do something like that. It's like standardized testing like obviously they're. They're trying to keep somebody out right and i would like to know like would net when they when they were coming up with like who who was in mind. Maybe rich paul was in my but yeah like you say. It's clearly really was somebody else that whoever comes up next and i don't know man i just the thing is is that you'd never think that the n._c._a._a. Doesn't have some sort alterior motive when they do something right is like an first of all like wheat necessitated this change like what made it 'cause. I know he said the players need rondo whatever but it was some sort of a problem before that we unaware what what they were trying to do something that makes it better for the players right because they like to do these little little anything. They look like they care but i don't understand it from the n._c._w. Problem as the point that he thinks that they're just inflating the value of a college degree right like that's that's kind of the point of i'm doing it is that you know it was like you know their their businesses. The college degrees currency and so therefore they need to say that you guys. You've got to have a college degree. You can be a coach and not have a college degree or you got well. You got to get it yeah right here. People don't know that these cats like i used to play in the league table correspondent her all of a sudden yeah right. Where did you graduate. I think it was sitting low n._c. State zone sidney lowe graduate of saint paul's college. I was gonna say with southern new hampshire figuring out quick like man that gets you in some school and you go ahead and knock out that degree that's but that's but i think that this is much more just say dishes 'gate-keeping. It's not even about one person. Pardon is not even really gonna affect anything right. That's just 'gate-keeping right. That's what i'm saying like. I don't like the pool of players for whom this is. Gonna apply like it doesn't even it doesn't even make a lot the sense that you just kinda feel like the kids that are going to do that. They don't need an agent <hes> to be honest like i i haven't seen and like generally teams will make allowances for you so if if you're really somebody that they're gonna wind up. They'll work around you. Make the work out for you. You can have somebody in your family to represent you or whatever i'm just not. I'm not sold on the idea that you even really hire an agent. If that step in the game i mean i see where can make it better but also can see where it's just sort of like a superfluous person added to the system yeah like it's it's also convoluted. I think it's just the ultimate moral of the story but i just love the idea that they just kind of like because the thing with agents that said this on here before not everybody can be an agent right but anybody can be an age. Oh yeah oh yeah absolutely absolutely what would you no actually not that. We're talking about it. You know what else i noticed in that. Is that any of the agents that are certified by the n._c._w. They have to help them with investigation says and i think that's probably is as important as anything else with it because often those agents do what you meant and you know how you get in the game so like back i just kind of feel like for the people whom this applies like it's just not even going to be a thing because the thing is they can't get players. The two players leave right and it's like whatever but they can the i'd have interrupted interactions with the agents rare four. Maybe you can get agent to start. Snitch it right now. I just kind of like. I don't think y'all understand how this is actually gonna go..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"It's like stop you gotta you gotta disciplined by bringing up pump it up man you know what he did water that feels so now for pump it up blessing and curse song right right but but if it's also not bad it's not a terrible so he's never had another hit single right right right but he has a whole bunch of the joint on that that his solo album like the last one. I think it was like seven minutes or something like joe's like introspective and like a really good rapper. He could do it all but yeah. I mean it's like he's gerald us. They told us in all these lists always and i was like man. I'm not i'm not gonna that what this is what they pops <music> out. You know it's like it's like it's like you could do with any lists like you could do n._f._o. Quarterbacks you could be right. Tom brady all right then <hes> you know joe montana number trying terry bradshaw fred shaw number three and it's like it does it is is just enough of a troll to make people argue and that's the that's the trick you know the hypothetical list and you're the one who made it up and even your cell say terry bradshaw third you about to lose your bod writer. That's crazy uh-huh. He didn't win for super bowl for its own omit woodland high school which if you've been shreveport la it's changed. I i also think robert parish went to would lie. I think so yes also st kitts. Y'all wonder why he always look like that. Hey look man. He had he had to go through a brush. You know the story about robert parish sitting there. Oh man right yeah the basically something to come up and if i'm not mistaken in particular is wrong with this close enough the s he w made it clear that if you took robert perish everybody's taking the reason was that you will on probation right. There was something surrounding scenario's like we'll take him and his friends. Whatever sitting there you know what i mean man i mean he he his his friend is probably the second best player squad of robert. Whatever but again right they weren't and they were right. They never were one hundred percent correct correct that it was never going to be like that. Chain gives a little bit here. I wanna ask you about this. Have you seen n._c._w._a. Aa thing we're rich paul. I'm curious. What i'm going to give you my thought and i wanna see what you think so the people who haven't seen this the n._c._w._a. And i don't think this matters as much as people are making it out to but basically guys if they declare for the draft and they they tow in there now going to allow them to have agents while they do that. As part of the problem was cats were doing this. I'm testing the waters thing but in order to properly test the waters you kind of need an agent like you need to fly places. You know you need you need all those things and so now they wanted. They let them get agents. Okay coup but then they put a set of restrictions on the agent and the first one was age. You must have a college degree right at which point people are like oh. Y'all really just trying to keep rich paul at game bras early. Think here's where i disagree with a one visiting. Keep the cast. The rich paul wants not dipping toey all right yeah. I got to see what my stock you know. They're coming out right. The other part is i don't know enough about aging game to know. Rich ain't the only one out here who doesn't have a college college degree right. I'm sure there are others that are in the same position is rich where i feel like they not so much trying to stop rich as much as they tried to stop the next rich right right right that makes sense i mean i guess i would need to know like what does having a college degree actually have to do with being agent. You know what i mean like. 'cause i mean clearly they are trying to like..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"You still do more to not do but we both been writer. Guys people don't understand man. The list is cash money in this business and people fall for the list every single time. It's just like i mean that list in particular such particular troll because of the the button thing yet. I was like they were trying to get people say negative things about joe biden to make that list and then make joe biden right getting started but yeah i mean like i mean i worked at buzzfeed like that is the place there was no realistically you know <hes> bleacher report that that was how they got its foundation doing list. I mean it's really it is irresistible like people it's one way that you know that you can get attention and penetration ration- with a particular audience. I resisted this last list right our existing because i was just so obvious to me what was going on and i had never heard of the person who put it out it right right and that's what my new things now. Is that like if i don't know who you are right then i just can't invest but so much rain what is the ebro put out his list any yeah j. cole over rock. You and i could not resist at that point lead tummy scarface on it just like no no who you are mayfield disease. No female abc's just like it was off but i mean the only reason i tweeted it out because i wanted to laugh at it. I was just like come on man i i was. I did the spice adams in the car laugh. We follow him out early because i was just like come on man. This is such a evident troll. I mean i mean i guess like plausibly like the first two like they were like. Okay you kinda like okay jay. Z nas like i may not agree with that. I can make that argument then goes off the rail he which joy to joe i heard you. It was like joe camera. Yes joking represents off but come on man right n._c. Joe so polarized because people don't like joe joe dozen things that make it understandable why people don't like and then there's just people that just don't like joe for the sake of but joke rap and that's where the because the worst about something like this is it turns into joking. Ram iago made me defend joe..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Party hits bank like other people other people besides backpack heads had like music for you have a career now rab we the gangsta is not nearly as interesting as the gangster used to be back today all right. I mean x clan you. Don't just roll up on you. More of we need more crackpot religion ravil so much better when we had cried poverty. I don't you think oh man. I mean all that five percents for like every saying i mean i whatever happened to the five percents. Is it okay. The only rapper you ever hear talk about. Louis farrakhan is j. j. latronic now. Yes that's right. I mean i think maybe people were kinda. Got onto like okay. Maybe we shouldn't overall. It's a it's a wrap on that like it was funny because you know we begin to think that the views responsible seventy percent of wickedness in the world is how did you calculate that. It had to get out of there and everything and i'm like yo. Y'all shout now farrakhan two years ago this so maybe you don't you from texas. Yes i'm not i didn't understand the jewish thing in that way because there's not a lot of their would not try and skopje chinese playing house house like i didn't understand like the fair guys. I don't know what you're talking about. Real you live in the same unclear right. I knew one literally early one or two people growing up like i'd had no idea like i came to find out later that there's a kind of jewish par town and he was into the exorbitant belair your mylan yeah okay yeah okay. We didn't think that would have moved there. There would catch like with the fair kind of stuff like yeah yeah. What's going on here in church so i don't have any of this. You know like i got no beef over what happened. You know what that is right but i had no idea oh. It was just totally foreign to me. You know what i'm saying is like oh y'all what is the beef about. I don't understand like at that time. Tehran had his little renaissance and early to mid nineties and it was like okay and he's talking about black empowerment. Okay you know this juice. That's that's crazy. I don't know what he's talking. What about right now as you get older. You say oh. That's a little bit more cities. That's wrong. This series just really bad yeah. It's like okay so now so maybe people got onto that like rappers select me. We should start talking about islamic public but it's interesting because like in real life like i am aware that anti-semites exist yes but i don't think i've ever met one one right. When i got bit into conversation and been like oh my god you have to stop never met that person but apparently he's everywhere. Oh yeah absolutely. I feel like that's definitely like a new york d._c. Thing when you're saying like remember when those cats win would covington catholic high start and i was like oh the lights at the yellow house okay. I guess that's like that's where it comes from. You know these as interested about new york of the blog israelites at bates jokela twitter was about blake israelites out. No if you know what i'm talking about no why folks in new york absolutely nobody they camp out over nearby town square so mike they've all come across them and i'm like oh wow that's uh-huh sherry talking about israelites at one twenty fifth and lenox down there white foals were oh you gotta go to believe. I believe the problem to be able to keep coming. I know i guess like they never go really run up on you. They just don't insult. You know what i mean. Yes so the amendment rights black purple leather with the you know man. I mean and they look like a vendetta like black of assam like you know what i'm saying. It's just like okay which woody allen to for real what is it. What is this would is the relationship to god he explain to you but i also wonder like what exactly the chain of events is in your own life and to make you be like off which all right and how much does it cost by augier begin to just be hot outside of climate change..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"We've mentioned briefly that you're gonna do pack as late on the two-pack in big killers one of these that a segue into my internet last couple of days oh man i know i know you. You are bad for you know you and i we follow each other for a while now so you've watched the evolution of me on twitter and i'll really get into if people like that no more. I'm kind of out of the business of fighting widow. You don't do you any good no no. I'm not like i'm not who i was in two thousand nine nine at least two other people therefore it's like okay. This isn't worth it. I don't feel like fighting. Everybody you know and sometimes you just wanna say what you think about something without having to get all this input from everybody. Nobody else yeah man out of business but the list came out a couple of days ago and this is hilarious. The ultimate okeydoke right guy just puts up a random list of the top fifty rappers right the hey joe biden number three didn't have scarface didn't have chuck d right didn't have k._r.'s one all right and look. I just think this this is an interesting observation. We have about the same age care as one. We were younger was absolutely on the list of maybe greatest rap of all time i'm he was that when he was in i'm going to get you suck amass sound like he was a legit celebrity. Like you know pioneer the artful you could not do one of those lists with al que are as one in your top. Three forget about utah. Fifty couldn't have been your top three now. He's like completely forgotten and so. I just made the point. I'm just like oh man this. Do will eat your favorite mc alive because any i would argue that there's a better like park. Rapper has one running a battle rapper like whatever what at the most essential form care as one is that dude dude ahead everybody popping up the wadi lose about anneli best is arena somebody that there was like four years old that was going. Apparently this idea has propagated itself out here in the streets and people out here really thinking and nellie was in k._r._a.'s ones facing a port to wrap hands a care as roma's like our dog. You got me right. I mean the thing is is that what they think is what is rarely comment about like a lot of new to the game rap fans that they think the record cells determines who the victor yes right in like so by that standard yeah i mean i guess if you want to argue that nellie so more records fine but like you can't argue that he had more of an impact on the game and you can't argue that he can out rep. He actually tried to come k. R. as one cares wayne came back and crushed him with the problem was it was against nellie right like nobody really cared. I heard right eight. Oh but somehow that nellie one right i mean you know and the thing is is that even monk in that time like people did not take nelly seat like hollywood's a top selling artists but nobody took him seriously as a rapper here. It was the theme throughout his music joe like you. All may not think this is real hip. Hop this type of thing and whatever but this is we'll do and like that's fine people iraq with that but like to take to say that he like out wrapped care one to one like i mean that is asinine but that's i mean. That's has children man. I hope that children like right. Nobody over over thirty five hoax that whole right you know what nearly as though he's the first dude ever limited drive the we was like now we just going to let you know what i mean to be like. Okay see. I'll just let nellie paint m._c. Hammer and went through a bra gets funny. Did you see the chuck. D talked about mc hammer. He loves them. He loves and i'm just like you'll like not only was m._c. Hammer had to go through like some real like. I know you know like i'm an entertainer. You know like this is a different version of hip hop or whatever but like him. It was a gangster man. It was l. I mean the clip of big boy..

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"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"joel anderson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"I remember i did ask you as they did. You was gay passing there. You were there. You're like as the defense coordinator he's. He's the first person to tell v._w. Golf pro southern others. He told me he told me. I'll never forget because <hes> is when the the coaches that have brought me pat sullivan. They got fired so dennis. Francioni was a head coach in bringing in this new offense. Gary patterson was defensive coordinator and he ran the spring drills and so <hes> i'm out there to struggling. <hes> you know just i mean i'd never forget ladainian tomlinson looking at me. At a distance this is because of how bad i was doing and he just looked at me. Dislike just shaking his head and gary. Patterson told me he was like man. You got feet like a like a like offensive linemen and and i was like you're running back running back. I mean you know i wouldn't have a lot of wiggle out run at you. Say i might not be able to get away from me and houses like okay like i'm not you know like. I never thought that i was like i felt like an athlete. They can compete on the division one level but i was like oh. I'm not gonna gopro like and i'm not i don't like this so like why would i keep doing it. Yeah hurts yeah. Oh it's really it's really painful man like i'm. I'm messed up just a little and i didn't even play yeah. I always wanted that. I was like like do you still like how much do you fill it now. Oh man. I have a bad neck and back. I have back problems stuff. My legs sneer thing fine but like neck back problems all covered back from college football. That's that's getting banged up in practice. I mean all the hidden in practice with you. Under scout team like i would uh-huh because you say they needed like that but when you recover into college football for here idea joy vita the rose bowl to be like you know i had to read out his field. Oh man like i mean <hes> do that. It actually every college stadium. I come across. I gotta run across. Just see what it's like and roses some surreal. You look at that on t._v. Like that is the college game growing up like it just seems like it splashed in sunlight and it's beautiful. I like i was there and i got looking to early man. Nobody you know see me die out there thirty yards surprise. You may take no video i should have. I'll still moving a little bit yeah all right. We'll be back in the mid with more with joel anderson but first guys summertime is here..

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Jonathan Friedland, Netflix's head of communications sacked over 'N-word' use

KNX Programming

03:39 min | 2 years ago

Jonathan Friedland, Netflix's head of communications sacked over 'N-word' use

"Of the original architects of what's now called community based policing the term was ever even introduced john was one of these people that are desisted that members of the lapd form better deeper more sustainable relationships with the people because he knew that putting handcuffs on folks wasn't the answer was an lapd commissioner and the president of the urban league he died after a long battle with cancer at the age of eightyone investigators are looking into the suspicious death of a ten year old lancaster boy officials with the sheriff's department say that the department of children and family services had been called to the home in the past but dcfs director bobby cabletel's knx privacy laws prevent him from confirming that would not rush to judgment on any of this i think we're very early here and i think that it could very well turn out that the agency did exactly what it was supposed to do our effort every time is to ensure that children are safe and understand the concern in the light of cases that have gone badly wrong in the past ten years old seven other children have been removed from the home a man died of a gunshot wound campground in malibu creek state park in calabasas deputies say he appeared to be camping with his family and somewhat attacked him no one else got hurt but his daughters ages two and four with him toni hoffman of the california parks and recreation department says that the area has been shutdown is closed actually out of abundance of caution we're closing the camp ground through thursday june twenty eighth the name of the victim is not been released and no word yet on a suspect kids meals in california are on the way to being served up without soda and juice water plain milk would be the default drinks in a restaurants kids meals under a bill that's moving fast to the assembly floor doesn't solve the problem but as part of a public health effort to help assist families making a choice that's going to be good for their kids helpful for their kids that they can opt out of if they choose state senator bill monning says the measure is to fight childhood obesity and diabetes however state senator joel anderson counters the bill is simply government overreach the state budget they can't build roads and infrastructure for they have time to micromanage how i raised my children i think that's just wrong it goes over the line he says the bill would actually hurt poor families karen adams kennex ten seventy newsradio thirteenyearold illinois faces a felony eavesdropping charge for recording a conversation with the school principals without their consent his mother tells cbs news her son just wanted to create a record of the conversation at such house word against an adult's word in there's no actual evidence of what was being said the adult is going to be taken into account as the person being truthful automatically illinois has one of the strictest east dropping laws in the country if convicted the boy could face up to three years in juvenile hall and a twenty five thousand dollar fine it's one fifty time for your money netflix ceo reed hastings sent a memo to the company explaining exactly why communications chief jonathan freedland was fired hollywood reporter says hastings cited freelance descriptive use of the n word in a meeting with his team is showing an unacceptably low racial awareness earlier this week intel ceo resigned for violating company policy after an investigation found he had had a relationship with an employee the weinstein company may be going at a bargain price it's cut the sale price to lantern capital partners for the company to.

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Netflix communications chief out after "insensitive" remark

KNX Programming

03:01 min | 2 years ago

Netflix communications chief out after "insensitive" remark

"Says the bill is to fight childhood obesity and diabetes when you look at the advertising particularly to low income communities spanish speaking communities we're up against hundred million billion dollar advertising campaign but state senator joel anderson says the measure actually would hurt poor families parents and i trust poor parents to know what's best for their children in this bill simply says that parents aren't capable of raising their children that's why big government needs to tell them they can only have milk and water under the bill parents would still be able to order juice puncher soda for their child they would just have to request it karen adams kennex ten seventy newsradio the oc fire authority and sheriff's department say they're hammering out the details of an agreement that could end a turf war over helicopter search and rescue missions the agreement is expected to address the majority of public safety concerns raised in a new oc grand jury report which was released after two years of jurisdictional feuds between airborne firefighters and sheriff's deputies you guys authority chief brian fantasy says those types of disagreements won't happen anymore issues do get resolved because we come together we identify what were we have similarities and differences and he says the new agreement will allow the two agencies to work collaboratively not competitively details will be announced soon the grand jury also recommend setting up a regional council for emergency air operations to prevent further infighting cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio twenty one percent of americans say they have experienced sexual harassment at work it's in a new survey it's his twenty seven percent of women fourteen percent of men say it's happened to them woodland hills attorney lisa bloom tells can she thinks that number is low partly she says because people still don't understand just what is harassment people think it only means being assaulted and of course sexual harassment conclude behavior that are verbal people feel uncomfortable and overly sexualizing workplace i've heard that the vast majority of women say that they have been sexually harassed in the workplace at some point in their professional careers only one in four women of the women surveyed by edison research said they felt confident that they could report the harassment without fear of retribution the lapd praises civic leader john mack who's died at eighty one that's coming up in just a couple of minutes immediate executive is out for using racist language joan doniger checks your money netflix ceo reed hastings sent a memo to the company explaining exactly why communications chief jonathan freedland was fired hollywood reporter says hastings cited freelance descriptive use of the n word in a meeting with his team is showing an unacceptably low racial awareness earlier this week intel ceo resigned for violating company policy after an investigation found he had had a relationship with an employee the weinstein company may be going at a bargain price it's cut the sale price to lantern capital partners for the.

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Study Suggest Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee Is Actually Really Good For Your Health

Red Eye Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Study Suggest Drinking Four Cups Of Coffee Is Actually Really Good For Your Health

"In urgent need of a call from a veterinarian officials are considering possible criminal charges then there's the flight attendant for a chinese airline who has pleaded guilty to trying to smuggle nearly two dozen spotted and box turtles out of los angeles the turtles were packed inside a carry on bag they could have been worth more than twenty grand in china the flight attendant now could be sentenced to five years a new proposed senate bill would let kids in california choose what they want off the kids menu unless it's a soda if the bill passes restaurants will only be offered to children water or ordinary milk because that means no chocolate milk is that ordinary milk senator joel anderson calls the bill government overreach and says even schools still offer kids chocolate milk everything to do with government is above law we don't force it in our own cafeterias we're always looking to force it on businesses in their prophets now senator bill monning says that this bill still let's kids parents order sodas for their kids if they want he says the legislations about fighting childhood obesity diabetes and woohoo another coffee study in and this one says german researchers are alleging that coffee is good for heart health and four or five cups a day might be ideal i'm gonna live to be a million the scientists say caffeine appears to make parts of adult cells act more young will bom there's the final piece of the puzzle for me that explains a lot and here is one that i just want you to check out.

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