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"justin jay" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"This people power. We had legal power but we had god pal And the combination of bis powerful these powerful things tapped something spiritual a that built a movement memphis and revived with some people thought was a dead dream and will continue to push us forward as we create justice during this twenty twenty one environmental justice summer in this city. 'cause that spirit it cannot be broken i it will not be bowed nor will it be bent But it will continue to catalyze the necessary work to turn that spiritual power into legislative power in the city is My ma ma. My mind. listen if you don't know how these good folks than beat that oil company you hate. Been listening my mama mama. I'm a close. I just wanna say thank y'all I'm gonna start with miss scotty on this question and hundred years from now and twenty one. Twenty-one none of us going be here on this side of jordan but what will be here will be the fact that those folks will not be dealing with the behavior connection pipeline. That those folks the those folks who hunt year samantha them babies babies babies who eight even been born yet that says generations upon generations. Is they they going to look back at a market and be like they was some folks in memphis It was justin. Jay pissing and miss scottie fitzgerald and a whole bunch of other folks and and i don't even know the pitcher right here by the way the afro is a pretty beautiful women missing this gerald and everybody else they was. They was wearing mass for some reason. I said why did was wear masks. But they offer wearing masks at that time out there doing this thing. But what i do know is that there's no pipeline there was a pipeline that was in the pipeline and there's no pipeline now and they said it was because of this thing they believe in and it's forced called guy misguided a hundred years from that none of us going be here but your work will be you work will be. Your courage will be get love will still be here. How's that make you feel it makes me feel and while you're talking can i just put this verse in here That wait upon the lower serve. The lower waiting means like person waiting a day that wait upon the low. He shall renew their strength and they are wrong. And they shall mount up with wings of eagles. Eagles don't flop around. They stretch their wings. And god put stead win been needs their wings so that they can soar and this is saying to our people you can. So you don't have to flop around you can soar. And he see you run and not be weary. And i'm not gonna let you get tie and you'll and not saints and we in the sun. Nobody knew the other day how much pain i was. He but god said and walk. And i like with justin. Just see what's the point. We'll walk and not going to say. And what i'm hoping for our people is they were and finally come to understand. I'm some yes. God loves me. I'll help people that love me. I'm and i'm a forced to be. We're trophy god. Got us in a in a trophy case so that we can shea. He knocked the dust and dirt off of us and he says shine for me. I know it's going to be worked. Sacrifice to they talked about me to they spit in my face to. They said i wasn't a king. Hey god but we are way of sons of god cutting together they ship three and twenty six twenty seven on through the therefore. There is no. There's no snow agenda. No no we are. The sons of god and we are bad to the bone when they got us from over the water there. They got the cream. They didn't just come for you. Bad thing we yasser bound. No no no. That wasn't us. We are the chosen of god. Everything comes from you know wade comes from all the best you can do is be bay. That's the light as you can get from today. And the melon was taken when they went over to in the nordics and to call weather will not let that hormone create coke. They estill our brothers and sisters but if you re the first Chapter of sons of salomon. He said mass sisters in my brothers despise me because the song has kissed my skin and he said i am coming. I am black Read and study to show yourself approved. There is messages codes. All through the word of god and i would trust. You could get you a nice old bible. Nice hebrew will be real nice where you can read and find out a third. Chapter revelation said his in was burnt grass. Take your rest something. Go burn it and see what you get a god. He is deep within us. He's eating you. He's expe- right now. Then holy thing is going. That's also is moving and you right now. You'll feel his spirit because what comes from the heart which is one hundred years from the ground work has been. Lay you math at duke. Just window snippet it. I'm just land. The time it gets on. God gave me this. When i die i die before and they brought me back and an awhile. I did come back but the song he gave me was..
"justin jay" Discussed on In The Thick
"Deaths this year alone you know. The fort hood officials themselves gave this information and that is what is even more wild. You know one of the things that is a real issue. Here is an army in an apartment and defense that get to self investigate so many deaths are categorized as suicides when you look at the breakdown of it there. Suicides they're quote accidents their off duty incidents one of them is pending an autopsy. So it's unknown and three of them are homicides including vanessa gan who disappeared off one of the most secure installations military base right and so at the end of the day. This is a high number right. These are not war casualties. These are soldiers on one of the largest army installations in the united states of america. One of the most secure places and so the question that is called by gloria again about shutting down fort hood is where is the leadership who is being held accountable for not protecting our soldiers. So that's one demand the second demand that we are making in line with. The family is fire the chain of command. They clearly feel that their job. They clearly you know are not living up to that expectation and importantly it came out in a house armed services committee that the review of the secretary of the army did not cover. Vanessa ganz unit and so why wait. Wait wait wait a second. What yes well. We've we're hearing all this astonishing information but another thing. That's astonishing about the case. Is how win vanessa. Initially disappeared at the end of april. There was almost no coverage. Ever case in the mainstream english language media. Because i'm with pam about the spanish language in this case because that's the way i found out about it but it also took this massive grassroots campaign to uplift her family story and demands and obviously ultimately to find answers and i don't know about you but my instagram. My twitter feed all the bad ass. Latina's that i follow her friends of mine journalists That's all i saw on the game. But i say again but let's talk about the silence around these issues. And how even when stories like bananas and yes there many of these stories and for years when these stories make the headlines are often framed as tragedies brethren than part of systemic violence and impunity within the military which is what pam's talking about right honestly. If we were just reading about this case for the first time they might actually think. The monastic again died in battle instead of as a victim of femicide. Right here in the us gina. Let's start talking about this culture of silence around violence in the military. And how does this connect vanessa story. Yeah the culture of silence is pervasive. It's one that i think pam spoke really powerfully to that women are required or expected to endure. But it's one that i think is so bound up with some of the most basic parts of what it means to be a military which is about masculinity and hyper masculinity about suffering and silence around just being able to muscle through you know some of the most difficult moments of your life in the name of serving your nation and so this culture of silence around the military. We see it just so blatantly right now but it's one that i think has always allowed for women to be the victims of sexual violence and all kinds of other violences as well. I mean you know. We're focusing on sexual violence. But the whole idea of the military is premised on violence. And so. I think that that's something that we often fail to really grapple with like what does it mean to have this kind of military and to have the strongest military in the world. And for what reasons right pam so you were one of many latina's and servicewomen. Who led this amazing truth. Telling campaign to uplift vanessa story you also talk about the ways in which images and stories of soldiers and veterans are used and manipulated by a right wing politicians to further their agendas over the summer. There was a highly publicized. Event of trump. You know who is. of course. one of the most racist and violently anti-immigrant actually very specifically anti mexican presidents in history. I think he's up there and he was meeting with the family during their caravan that made its way to washington dc. And we're going to talk more about that visit later. Because i do have some questions but pam your organization vets for the people is telling a very different story of what it means to be a veteran and a member of the military. Which is why this moment is another one of these moments in history when people on the ground are reframing the narrative and we so appreciate that so as you organize with fellow service people in particular right now in solidarity with the movement for black lives. What's the importance of veterans and military families reclaiming their stories in the fight for justice. Yeah veterans and military families have actually been of movements throughout history. Cesar chavez was a navy veteran. Harriet tubman died with military honors. The trans flag actually was created by a veteran as well and so it has been by design that right wing politicians that want to further these ethno-nationalist agendas use us as props and frankly there's been no opposition to it. Many people you know. Thank you for your service. Thank you for your service. But yet america and the american society has really lost contact with the military. Many americans don't really understand the military. Don't know you know a service member and so it's really easy for them to weaponize us. And it's never been more important for us to claim our voices because our experiences are dynamic the fact that latina veterans and service women are standing up and multiracial veterans are flanking us is critical in a time when this country is making a big decision. Who gets to be an american and who does not right. It is my assessment. that is vanessa. John had been a white officer. There have been more urgency around her case. I agree one. i mean. i don't care what anyone says about that. I agree. I agree one hundred percent with that although i would probably say it's still would have taken some time because it's a woman. Yeah yeah. I'm with you so you know what i'm saying like you need to understand that within the military you're right my understanding and of course historically you still have people who have questions about whether or not women should be serving in combat right here so it's been since forever since the inception because women were denied access to the military so it's an institution that again was born from patriarchy and lives in that. Absolutely justice would have been denied and delayed absolutely. But the vanessa gan case and medina's in particularly have been speaking out about this multilayered reality that even when an immigrant gives their child to this country. You are not american enough to deserve that kind of honor and valor and many countless women who have served you. Don't see women out there being like. I'm starting a company. Because i'm a veteran and i'm so proud of my service right. I hear the code a lot. My service was tarnished. Because of the abuse that i endured the greatest hypocrisy that keeps me up and doing this. Work is the politicians the corrupt politicians across the political spectrum but especially egregious and dangerously the right wing politicians. Who say that they love the troops. And i believe that this president is doing that to the family saying that they love the troops and aren't good on the troops to gain stolen valor while still throwing us in wars that they profit from while still not really defining what the role of the military is. So that an ethanol nationalist president can abuse it. And let's not forget you know. He has tried to exploit the military against our own civilians. He has tried to exploit militarized forces. Explicitly targeting black and brown communities sadly you know when you spend a lot of time with people who are in the military and you kind of deconstructed. I mean you are trained to kill right right you ultimately are and that is something that you may never have to. The training is to kill and more and more people who look like manasa latinos and latinas are in the. Us army getting trained to do this. Yeah while both black. Americans and latinos are targeted by military recruitment. And by the way. Also pacific islanders guam Specifically puerto ricans right by pew researchers found that over the recent years from two thousand and four twenty seventeen. The enlistment of black people has actually decreased right while latino and latina. Enlistment has risen. And it's actually the fastest growing population in the military. Okay back in two thousand fifteen. We reported about this. Let the usa. Lauren santa rosa was worried about what kind of future the army would provide for her daughter. When am i think pogo father. She says she was scared for the may have pilot me with her daughter. Have to go to war which you have to kill people. And she says she didn't agree with that. But after sixteen. Years of army service and counting. Sergeant first class. But dunces has her. Mom's really come around now if you go to washington heights. Everybody knows my mother. They call a negative and she would tell everybody. If you're not doing anything with your life go see jenny's issue put you in boots that so your mother's recruiting for you. Absolutely my mother has my business cards. She tells them if you got in trouble with the law just go actually go bring your paperwork and go accidents. You let you know if you qualify or you don't gina. This is something that you've covered extensively in our reporting in your research we talk about how the army essentially market itself too young latinos by selling them to this idea that they're going to belong. Yes something what. Single high school activity today is responsible for dramatically changing the lives of so many young people. Where are high school students. Learning valuable lessons leadership integrity honesty commit citizenship and respect and where our instructors using dynamic methods of teaching focusing on the way students loan and applying those skills in and out of the classroom. The answer army junior. Rotc yes and so just to give more context about your military recruitment research because you focus specifically on the army junior reserve officers training corps or jr otc. Yeah you have a book called citizens. Soon soldier latino latino youth and the american dream where you trace the history of this program how it grew in times of social unrest. Hello yeah though. The program was officially implemented in nineteen sixteen when president. Woodrow wilson He actually signed the national defense act. This part is amazing. It wasn't until the nineteen ninety two la riots. Yet after the rodney king beating by and the white police officers were acquitted that jr otc's presence began to more than double in us schools and later in two thousand one. The presence of the military was cemented right into the landscape of schools. Also the passage of the no child left behind act and dated public schools to have military recruiters access to student contact information or else risk losing federal funding right. I just wanna share a personal story. Growing up. Because when i moved from the rico to the bronx i lived in the fordham road area Right and they on the knows that area there's this classic like military recruiting like section. You know it's right in the middle of the grand concourse and when you really start thinking about it as that neighborhood was changing and it was becoming blacker and browner and this is kind of in the late seventies early eighties but then i went back in the nineties. That was a presence. It was literally in that presence. And you see that. Yeah and so gina. Can you talk about all these. Ripple effects in the context of how recruiting cincinnati's has really impacted black and latino communities. Yeah i think the thing about j. Rotc is that it's really insidious you know the the way that it is a class that students can voluntarily take in their high school to meet graduation requirements in the chicago public schools. You know it's one of the largest programs in the country students can take j. Rotc to meet vocational training requirements to graduate from high school. And so there's a way that it seen as just another kind of class but the difference is is that it is the kind of class that allow students to align themselves in what is seen to be by the broader public. Is something positive as doing something. That is good for your community. And the fact that a recent study just showed that the number of j. rotc units they exist and are proliferating in low income communities of color and that they actually are underrepresented in low income rural white communities and so the fact that over the course of a little over one hundred years there has been and forth about whether or not. This is the kind of program that the federal government should be. Investing in totally is exploded in the nineteen ninety s with the rise of unrest in the rodney king riots. And so one of the things that happens is that the caps that had existed prior there had been a cap to the number of j. rotc units that could exist in the country. Suddenly those caps are lifted and there is an increase in trying to grow j. Rotc too right now. It's over three thousand units across the united states with over five hundred thousand students who are justin jay. Rotc programs in american public high school. And that doesn't necessarily include all the other ways that young latinas latinos in students of color are implicated in involved in other kinds of militarize education or other kinds of militarize opportunities. And how that's expanding at the moment in which you know college access and college counselors on high schools and other kinds of opportunities are shrinking and so for me. It creates this perfect opportunity. Then for determining who who who thinks that the military as an option for themselves after high school. And i think that was one of the things that really struck me in listening to mickey ends. Just her anguish. Your sisters anguish. They talked about how vanessa wanted to serve as she wanted to do something valuable and give something back. She wanted to protect her family and her community and her nation and she was really proud of being able to do that through the military. But what's so tragic is that we have such lack of imagination of creating those of valuable spaces that are not necessarily tied to the us military where people can feel valued. They can feel respected. That was the other thing that came up when muskegon was with president trump. Her sister kept on saying that they want respect that we want to feel respected and so many of the students who i've interviewed in my research on jay. Rotc talk about how as young latinos who are often not treated with much respect in public space when you wear that military cadet uniform for charity. Suddenly they're seen differently and they feel respected. They feel seen in a way. That's positive instead of feeling stigmatize so white people are less afraid of them. Because they're wearing that outfit right so pam. Look i was in a high school. In texas with recruiters they are relentless. Also it is a quota they get paid board. they're all kinds of bonuses so they are relentless on the phone. They're everywhere right so you in fact. We're recruited into the military in highschool. Just sure that story with us. Sure you know. I preface this by saying i mean this is one of the hardest conversations that i'm often in right now. Is that a fever pitch. Because i think there is a crisis of what does military service actually mean in an institution that doesn't have a mission and that the mission as was just stated by gina is a bit nefarious and racist and damaging. So i i grew up working class. My mother is from laura's she immigrated to boston and i was very bright. I was actually in a gifted children's program plucked out of my neighborhood to go to a more affluent school. But i experienced a lot of racism and classism and i'm one of the school to military pipeline kids a guidance counselor told my mother like you. Just don't go you just don't go to college and actually be a waste of money and you know something really pivotal here is. I just remember that everything in my being then and now was to live up to my mother's immigrants sacrifice and so it was my mother who asked me to enlist because the other crisis in our nation is an economic crisis. People have to work multiple jobs yet. Like incredible student debt right. What are the options. And so my mother saw an air force commercial know. She thought i could be a pilot. She thought i could travel the world and get education and healthcare and so she encouraged me to enlist and i picked being an intelligence analyst. Because i thought it would give me the best shot. And i enlisted in two thousand six after nine eleven. Yeah and i also enlisted which i in my experience because i have mentor. Latin next youth around this many people myself did not know a military service member someone who served and so when i enlisted was a black hole it was a culture shock in many ways and so there were recruiters at my school and it is common knowledge in the military community that recruiters are not the best among us. They do not uphold the core values of integrity and excellence. They are salesman and a lot of ways. You mentioned. we're trained to kill. But i think even more importantly than that especially in this era one of the biggest dangers i think is that the military has evolved to be socially progressive air quotes right. I'm a queer woman in is served. In an era of don't ask them tell was repealed and we have more women in combat roles and we have more people of color but that doesn't change the mission of this institution and the other aspect of this is. We are trained to be killed as well you know. So that is another part of the depreciation and there is something that i feel very personal as someone who gave my youth my body. My life in service We don't talk enough about moral injury and moral conscience as an counterterrorism intelligence analysts. At a very young age. I started really understanding the deep impacts of the question. What are we doing here. What did i give my life for right. And so that kind of moral consciousness clash is also really important because if you're the child of an immigrant and all you wanna do is live up to your your parents sacrifice and you would give anything right. It is my opinion that the department of defense military recruiters feed upon that want. They know that very why they know that. First of all thank you for sharing that story with us. Thank you so much one of the things about all this. It's not just the military. There's government institutions like customs and border protection immigration and customs enforcement that also heavily recruited working class latinos. We went to the rio grande valley. Or even if you go to any border town like i have been there. You've covered when you see these officers. It's like cruelty gays and gomez and you know. And it's and it's the very same. Latino on latino youth that are being recruited by cb ice and the military me. I was exactly right and these are the people we see demonizing the media. It's their communities that are being over police underresourced and now are among the hardest hit by covert nineteen so gina. In your book you examine how at the same time that the seemingly endless wars in iraq and afghanistan created a need for more military recruits At the same time because remember this is when. Dhs was formed in isis forum. There also increasing anti immigrant sentiment and legislation. And i'm quoting from your book and you write questions about citizenship. Who is a citizen. And what are the obligations of those who lay claim to citizenship. Status loomed large and reads particularly vexing problems for us latinos whose youth marginal economic status and growing numbers made them simultaneously a source of hope for contributing to the ranks of the all volunteer force military and a source of fear in threat to the nation like that contrast explained that tension. I mean hearing pam story right hammet sort of i mean in a way payment. I don't want to generalize your story but your story is very typical of that time. So gino can you explain that hypocrisy and a lot of ways. Yeah absolutely. I think that you know it's not lost on the military recruiters that pam referred to that in this moment of an all volunteer force. Military that you have to recruit people you have to convince people that joining the military is is something that's worthwhile and i think that it's very clear that the socio economic conditions that a lot of working class communities and a lot of working class latino families live in mean that those opportunities are very limited and so the military becomes one of those avenues for economic mobility but also of social mobility but also feeling of inclusion. And i think what's so powerful about what you were saying pam. Also this idea that when you're the child of immigrants and first generation second generation. There's also the sense for a lot of families. They wanted to give something back. They wanna give something back to a country that they feel like has given them so much even while people. Have these conflicted hines of relationships to the military. Because remember for a lot of latino families they come from countries where there's nothing positive about military's and toys away in which. I think that people are navigating this. But they're also kind of seeing this as a means to an end and a means to an end that allows for a certain kind of stability. And i think unlike impacts case for a lot of young latinos they come from families that have long military histories they have uncles and grandfathers and fathers aunts who have been in the military often proud of them there people who are seen as quote unquote success stories in their communities and their families and so that becomes another kind of way that people kind of think about joining the military as one avenue for economic and social mobility and again. I can't under emphasize the importance of that feeling of respect. And feeling like you've given something that you really are the real american living up to kind of the excellence.
"justin jay" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Makes sense. Greg touched upon the competition just really quickly to compete with. Sergio desk plays at barcelona. He's gonna compete with players. Like reggie cannon boavista. Brian reynolds rome of deandre yellen who plays in turkey. You know justin jay. Who's going to be potentially in europe soon. The pathway to first team minutes with the national team is much more difficult than if you're gonna compete with hokusai sanchez in mexico or checkout or he negus. Where probably is two biggest threats. I will tell you this. I made some phone calls the moment that they've heard that he pulled out that he's not ready that he's still contemplating because he's getting the full full court press from what is certain people in the gutsy system and i'm talking about copy editor john. There's john santos rain is already committed. I'm talking about dennis. The close who's probably the best thing that's ever happened to the federation mexican federation you know as far as scouting in the united states is him being with the galaxy. He's got that full court. Press going on the mexican federation is already started paperwork for a one time. Switch for that alco. They are fully expecting him to commit to the one time switch and to be in a mexican uniform. That is all about him. He's spoken to many times. It's up to hooghly on right now. That's all there waiting for is the green light but him pulling himself out of what is a gold cup with that he would essentially been on is a clear indicator that he's seriously taken consideration being part of the mexican national team. Yeah herk here that right now here gregg berhalter say he has a future with the us. Men's national team at this point if you're out alcohol or if you're from the us soccer side and you're saying we gave this guy a chance. We may have had a spot for him. Here in gold cup wasn't ready to commit. That's the end of alcohol with the us. Men's national team right. I it surely. Sounds like i mean greg was very very clear and listen if all things are equal your love and respect for country your ties and all that other thing everything that comes with being patriots all that is equal while the sporting site comes into play and it just seems like simple math. Simple numbers you are going to compete with players who are playing in europe and in some cases younger players as opposed to older players who play domestically that there are only two of that you could potentially think you can overtake so among the competitors there at that right back spot that you mentioned earlier in the segment. Brian reynolds now. He is not in the. Us gold cup squad and a grand gregg. Berhalter had a very interesting explanation as to why. No other guys like brian reynolds. He's going to you know. He has a new coach in in jose marino and we felt if he misses. All the preseason were marino. We know the track record of radio. Likings play older older players. This was set him back to be able to make an impact with us in the future. Herk right choice by gregg berhalter. Yeah absolutely no lies detected. Except it's josie marino but he's absolutely right. Yeah i mean you can't give this guy the opportunity to be at roma want him to have a good preseason. But i'm impressed by berhalter looking at the gold cup and obviously prioritizing it he says at least in the quotes that he wants to win but clearly here. He's putting brian reynolds career ahead of the good in the short term of the national. Yeah but let's be honest. He has the benefit of the doubt of just defeating mexico in the ca- caf- nations league. So he's got a little bit of credit. There's no need to win the gold cup. All right it's a b team. But we've asked you to put together a team of the b. team so your best eleven from the twenty three players that gregg berhalter has chosen for this tournament. Her what have you put together for us. I know you're gonna you're gonna three at the back in two up top all right. Walk us through all right. So this is a three-man back line. Three centrebacks you've got sands you got walkers zimmerman got miles. Robinson matt turner. Who's a great shots supper. I'm going to give him the right. I'm going with the youth. Because i know what this tournament is. And what it means and what you can win potentially get out of it and right now. This is experienced or looking for players. So let's play these players. So matt turner gets the nod at the back. You got a baby on the left about and then on the right you're going to have reggie cannon. These are two guys. Go up and down. Now i know gregg berhalter is not gonna play this way. I'm gonna play through. The back is probably gonna play a four three three with wingers and you already mentioned hoppy is going to be a winger and other players may be wingers and your starters are probably going to be justice artists and what is darrel deka. But i'm gonna go different. I'm gonna go williamson eric williams dickerson roll down and gianluca puccio in the middle. Those three that trident. I think there's a lot of good quality players in the midfield. But i like these three. I want to go and see these two ended up top. Daryl decaying give me matthew hopped up. I want to see a big man like it can do against kakai opposition and i want to see the opportunity and matthew copy take that opportunity. Increase that price. Tag send himself somewhere. Book your tickets. Through different clubs do not playing. And bundesliga. To williamson boosts your. I love those choices in the middle of the park. I think that could be super exciting. What are the expectations her for this team. Obviously we're about to talk about mexico. We know when you talk. Us in mexico at the gold cup the expectation is to be the final but does that change at all given the fact that this is not the a team for gregg berhalter. No no and it doesn't change that. I don't believe it's the beat. You believes the c team. This tournament is designed by concacaf so mexico and the us men's national team meet in the final. That said you're playing at home. You've got a very competitive team. I don't care if it's nineteen major league soccer players. You should be able to get yourself to semis and compete to be in the final. So my objective for this team is the final. Do i demand that they wouldn't know mexico's got a very good team. We'll talk about them in a second but this team should be striving for what is the final. Let's transition to mexico and talk about.
"justin jay" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
"And not lie. Shell okay. there's a worm idea. This is years ago. Okay the with terry way. Fort terry means emagel slow but way for right because it will surely come okay. It's not going to be like terry for long. Okay so back to this time. What i'm doing is i'm putting all this stuff out there in pieces right and in gaza showing me all this vision. So i'm going through it. Nobody knows i'm going through it. Like i don't want to say depression but you know i was just out out with the pieces. Okay but i kept writing things down. Because i remember grandma used to say and his vision get you right division down you make it plain. You know like what guys worst. I'm writing it down. But i'm really thinking i'm going crazy. I'm not you know. I'm sure not. I'm down but you know guys like you know you have a mobile app and i'm like a mobile app owner company. I don't understand so he said it's going to go like this. Just such as j making love these kitchen reading. And i'm like what is making these. I didn't know none of this type of stuff. But this is what he's laying on me you know you're gonna lose all this weight. I'm like two hundred and twenty pounds. I had to take on wall newsweek. You will have a fitness company. I'm sitting in my this years ago. Two thousand seventeen ish okay. Sixteen seventeen my. I'm going to go ahead and do this. I don't understand. I don't i don't get okay me. I don't think so. that's what i'm thinking. I could barely get out of the bed. I literally all this is what i was doing. I would get out of the go downstairs. And my family's home okay. Fitness feb fabulous home. Go downstairs mcglone. Kitchen posted online bureau. Heavy begging a bit of crime. Yeah i was. Mustered smith marijuana just checked it. You had no problem with them pieces. I'll put it out for you because somebody out there going through it but at this time you know his head right so i actually want to fast forward to now because everything happened the way it was supposed to have the fitness companies like oh supposed to got to also sort of marijuana nine which i have now okay. I was gonna come up with payments everything okay. Also we'll have a justice j f. I have the app make. Alum vs kitchen have got to make eleven vs kitchen. My career is very successful. Still is to have my own full my clothing line. I do all the stuff that i was writing down when i was going through these pieces right but now we wanna fast four right. You know food network all these people you know. They're coming at me. More radio shows them doing all. It is amazing stuff. I'm traveling all over because my career will work is is popping. I'm like usual manager with some of my jobs. I'm doing what it is. That i do that i do. The i do very brian. And but the one thing you know moving forward is guy tells me to share my testimony. So that's how the justice jay has happened and also got you know what i don't think so you seem so. I don't think i'm gonna tell anybody about that. But he said listen. If you share your testimony was gonna happen is that somebody will get blessed by see. Let me say something real quick. 'cause you i gotta go quick. Ok see what happened was when i was younger. I got pregnant when i was young and some people in my few museums. They just knew that. I was going to be successful and they were like. You're gonna mess up your life. You just made a huge mistake and set it up behind my back now. I did not know that they did. This really didn't know about abortion. Because i was kinda like shelter i got pregnant like by like a friend that was kinda you shout the bill i p. He passed away because he hung is so committed suicide. You know so. My son was three years old but what happened is that they been trying to get me to abort my son and i was getting ready to go out the door with them because i was crying. Everything and i said wait a minute. Let me answer the phone. Y'all know that was jesus. It was my mom call and spoke to her and she has spoken to me years. Yeah she was going through a divorce my day. Our peace was all over the places like my piece was all over the place. You know i'm telling you all before. I get out of bed. She was going through like our older. The president they she has worn off. Yeah so you know. She wouldn't speak in us and the life life had to goto but she just happened to call that they at that right time when i was getting walk out the door just a ronca. Okay why are you crying. She called me by my middle name. Used to be my first name but they changed it when i was three. Okay this my name's around okay. That's why jillian justice such jay but most of my family call me ronnie the co or something like that but anyway she's a. Why are you crying. Because they're making me. Go get an abortion. She wouldn't who's joining put him on the phone. You know you've got to do net. And i'm on my way. So anyway. she came and she got me right. Okay and i had my son right. But god told me okay. He said about as far as my pockets was concerned. He said listen. If you shave testimony it'll be like testimony about issue which is son. See me and my son used to praise the and so the mind. He said his mind rupe and we were praise dance for. I go to church and travel all around. The united states was very very successful. Romans twelve one ministry a worship. It was third okay and we still. We still doubt jacked up. But i know i got the pieces you know and he got him you know and when we together you know it is what it is. We do an amazing day but he would get up and he was sheriff sesame okay so can you imagine they want you to abort your child when you're young. This is what they wanted me to do right. But thank god i didn't. My son grows up. My son is standing next to me. A church talking about some hi. I'm who they called the mistake. I'm he's he's praise dancing to a saw. William murphy that says. I know i'm here. He said i'm not a mistake. I was on a minor gobble. My daddy met my mom. I was in a plane with my daddy. Met my mama so all this stuff. You know my son's even testimony. We're at this mega church. And his lady comes tulips as she goes. Listen we had some problems with the record like with the music working and everything but if got worked out everything she comes to me with the pastor and she goes listen. I have to tell you something. This is my daughter. She's pregnant with twins. I was going to go ahead and make her get an abortion tomorrow. I told my pastor pakistan there she said well. Because i'll see your son with you. He's not a mistake. She said i can't do it knob. Standing i got the chills. As i'm telling you this justin jay okay. I'll put this out peacefully. But what i'm seeing is dead. I need you to kid. This we fast forward to god telling me you've got to share your testimony so share my husband. He said because somebody's going to be. Somebody's gonna get get something out of this when you do this. Like the lady. Did you know this is for my people. So i'm like okay. I saw share the testimony. So that's how. I got the justices j pod case right so when i got the justice hesitate podcast you know why nader just such a j 'cause i pray for a hashtag in two thousand and fifteen to inspire people me and my daughter's we got hands rejoin the hands more joins you guys present in another fabulous home doing what it is to you know back then you ought to press got you know. I want to inspire people. Peace giving his head shake and the has sake couple of days ago was justified day. That's what he gave me. Pray for two thousand thirteen. So i says you know what i'm naming at justice such jay. The marijuana paper blinding he'd come up with is going to be called are you need is justice has to j just says it can't everything was just such a j just such a g f everything. That's how just came out right so fast. Forward to about this year before as i stopped cooking like the or less your started cooking again but about the year before last i started cooking. 'cause i was. I gotta be honest with joel when i was cooking a lot. It was pain anybody going through day like literally the thing that you love to do. You did it because it was therapeutic but when you remember it is painful..
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"justin jay" Discussed on Decorating Pages
"First of all the performances that you have seen. Are Pretty legendary like. The beyond say Prince One oh. I'm only picking on my favorites, but. The Justin Jay Z.. I mean Madonna Lady Gaga Doing Bowie. You've seen such amazing performances, and that's just like modern day shit, and not even the like throwbacks of Stevie, wonder and God. It's amazing. It's true in and beyond just grammy's the. My introduction I mean I grew up with country. Parents like country music, but I wasn't a huge fan, but just getting into country music award. The the Academy Country Music Awards and And doing that show and then hip-hop like mile. Of Music that I appreciate, and in really respect has changed so much on, and sometimes honestly like some of my favorite performances, you would think. That, like scenically I've some favorite performances, but there are some. Should correct because sometimes I have left the truck and watch performances, but usually I would say eighty percent of my time in the truck, but when we did Adele I, think the year when she blew up on the show and she this was prior to win. She had a full. She was out in the audience on the satellite stage, but she was overruns. She was over on our stage over on one performance area. and. I think we proposed a lot of different scenery and. We ended up just doing very simple custom risers. We did some lights even lights right along the back like this line of lights in a row, we these risers raise the completely opened underneath, and then we. Most people on the underside of a platform. You wouldn't normally finish, but we'd for some reason I thought I think we need to. That needs to be finished, so we kind of gloss black. Finish on the back on the underside. and. That, performance I mean it wasn't heavy scenery, but it was I was out in the audience for that one, and it was one of the first times I was at a show where literally everyone was holding their breath, and you couldn't hear anything and I've heard. The expression. You hear a pin drop well. That was the first time I ever experienced. We're nobody was no one talked the entire performance. They were just staring, not breathing Adele singing, and that role of lights glowing, and then sometimes the the. The steady Cam. The handhelds down in the mosh pit in front. Were we're?.
"justin jay" Discussed on Just The Sip
"No we don't be that Also talk about going to conversion therapy as a kid right right. A lot of people don't understand how conversion therapy work right and how traumatizing Be I think a lot of times parents don't really realize absolutely tummy about that experience. You so I think that like you know converse it's like so different but everyone is completely different. It's not the same conversion therapy as like you would hear. It's like shock therapy all the time. And it's it's changes right for me. It wasn't that for me. It was like I went to a therapist for six months. And we just talked about you know my sexuality and you know it was like through the church but it was a therapy through that and just kinda like figuring out why my sexuality was just very like. Oh maybe your homosexuality titrate anxiety. Maybe it's tied to something this and it wasn't like s of years other cases are which I'm so grateful for like I didn't have it like other people do with your conversion camps. I didn't go to conversion camp. I went to therapy for months and it made me depressed. I was very depressed afterwards and I was like well. I'm not changing like it's not working. Obviously so I just started getting really really sad. I got depressed when my parents were like what's wrong. Why are you not the lively you that we know you are? As I told him I was like you know I feel like this. Therapy is like it's not working like I feel depressed because I'm just disappointing constantly. And so they're like okay. We want you to go anymore. And so they're so loving and so caring and great about that they're like well. We just want you to be you. We want you to be happy. And I think that was one of their moments that they're like. Oh well this obviously is not going anywhere. It's not going anywhere this and it's like so severely parents like and he has a child growing up. I was always like people pleaser child. You know I always like because I was gay. I was like I was so good. Everything else right. I played sports and I got straight as and I was like this guy. Good kid yeah. So because I was always hiding the fact that I was like gays and you'd be going to everything else so I when they were like. Oh do you want to do you want to do this? And they were always asking me questions and I was like Yoga. I'll go try it and so you not to be gay. 'cause they make them happy so After I did I try to. We're both like this is not obviously not working. And this is whack. Do you ever look back and look at because all young gay men have a friend who like they like experiment with like they also know is gay. Look back at the people who never came out and see how kind of dim their light is kind of like. Do you have a friend like that? I mean there's there's this what am I like this one friend who was like in track and I it was. I always like had a crush on him right but I never really knew I had a crush. I had feelings for him and like my own way but he was a stray. Had Girlfriends the whole thing? But he'd always we'd be at his house and he'd be like ow turnaround. He's like me. I'm like what Dick would be out. He wanted like he was like make fun. Here's like trying to get a reaction out of me and I'd be like my I'd be like so shook but d donald like like white. I think about all the time like widely go for it like I am an idiot unit. I who knows investigators pitcher these nailing. He's like married married with children and I'm like but you like several times. But they know they get to experiment with you. You don't Wanna be aggressive because you still are in. The House. Had not done anything since I had never been kissed a boy at the time and I was like. I don't know what I'm doing. I'm scared what if I liked it too much like I was scared because you can't open once you open. That can of Worms. They mean closed. Was that first time you had that moment. Gay Moment like Oh my God. It was the summer after my after high school like after my senior year in high school I was driving in the back of a car with a friend of mine. Who is like I had a crush on active? We had a crush on him. And I remember. My best friend was driving in front and it was a student the back and she likes to have to put gas. And so I look mutually look like any like put his hand on leg I was like Oh my God and like my heart was pounding like I was like my heart heavy breathing the whole thing and we just like kiss ten seconds and then she came back and I was like I was. It was like fireworks really wasn't such a crazy experience. You've been waiting for that experience. And then after that we dropped him off and I went back and I told him I was like we kiss. While you're putting gas. She was like you're lying. Can I kiss you to see if I was good at it because I'm not really kissed anyone on my God and so I made with my best friend and boy that same house edges like. Oh you're good to go on experience at one time. Yes that's even the healthiest three ever. Absolutely therefore there's something so interesting about dating in the gay community interesting is a good word for it. Yes because when you're gay they want you to be a certain way to Bush. You ask you like you have to ask. You Better. Be At equal offers times a week. You're gonNA mean back yes. I say it's just hard absolutely because if you're not masking up it's like whatever or you're not feminism for the guys who liked the film totally it's like okay you're coming in limbo you're in this weird liberal. Because you've got this. Butch kid hair you got this right get attitude right but you're in a clue crash you beat right. How hard is it for you to date in the gay community honestly? It's so hard I I. I struggled to all the time I actually online dating profile. I don't actually say what I do like. I don't have my makeup photos. Tender yes and you refresh faith. I was I was fully. I if I'm talking to someone on my marketing like I don't say that I work in beauty or that I work on social media and I say like I do social media marketing because anyway I'm doing social media marketing by I just feel so also it's like I want to build a connection with someone I if I say like Oh. This is what I do because it's also very interesting I'll be on dates and I get recognized on guys. We'll be like like and I'm like oh by the way I do Youtube fulltime as well. So it's kind of. It's it's a really weird balance because I also don't know if someone's like interested in me because I manually or me because they're genuinely interested because it's really tough like I my alter ego is J. J. Works at Warner Brothers on tender and I know for myself like being on camera. You kinda turn up you pick that moment u pick that person inside of you and you turn him a lot to the Ladies Center. Justin Jay or three different people right. No I'm I'm exactly. I have like different boxes. I would say it's a different. I'm wearing different hats at different times when I'm on I'm like I'm just like more like prepared. Yes I'm giving you the full fantasy. I'm giving like I give on Youtube but I'm not not zone. I'm like Oh what's up like. I'm just like chill. Ask Us down to Earth me. Do People like get mad whenever they see you and they don't get the full many when I meet people and I give them the manual. 'cause I've that's what they want so actually in real life like the energy the energy I don't give them like the the pain obviously but I give them like. I'm going to meet you and I'm really exuberant bubbly. And like I want people to have a good experience when they meaning like if they are friends with me but how long can hold that up six years. So you're doing for I've literally am. I always try to be like on when I meet people and like try to do my best but like just moments of course overwhelmed and I'm like okay. Kelly I need to get out of the situation but I do try to give everyone a good experience because I wouldn't want that for me as well. I'm sure I often wonder. Because a Lotta Times happens online And people get their pitchforks out cancellations. I want his head on a like a thing or combat personally and drama. Gidon happened in twenty eight right. Do you ever encounter people in the streets that WANNA fight and fuss and they wanna Kinda call you all. Does that ever happen because people get so passionate online absolutely and I think that a lot of people like to hide behind the keyboard because a lot of times people that I've seen that are like trying to take photos with me as well when I mean I literally between twice while I'd like recognizer scream and their photo but they realized they took a photo with me and I'm like girl you're like so you're a fan in real life but you're talking about the treasury. It's really weird by I've had once held. It was a moment where I was out with a friend and someone was talking to my friend who was like. Why are you out with manny? Like he's like a loser like very like that and I was painted the full fantasy and my friend was like Mitchell. Even know like what you're talking about what do you. What do you mean like Jim? Because you see online doesn't mean that's exactly what how all the time. It's a small portion of things but you don't see everything and that's kind of it is weird. I have those experiences because I do get weird sometimes when I go out and have people like me. Kinda strange like they'll laugh and like do weird things like that but girl like Like laughing that I got off a you never got on. Yeah ooh ooh I was. But you'd never even got on in the first place longer. Keeps saying my laying making my bag of mock coin. And if you're GONNA curse me out at least tag moon Abebe thank you at least tag. My lands right. It's it's just so insane. I got sue like enthralled with the Hawaiian for me I always liked to talk about. Not only the drama but where you've come from drama going through drama get and what have you learned about yourself and about interacting with other people. Have you taken anything from this? Oh my God absolutely and like almost like when I look back it was the hardest time ever had in my whole life when it comes like my professional career in any way or form it was. I mean I was like in bed for weeks. They lost so much weight and I was. I was in such severe dark depression. Hold on let me back this up. This was in twenty eighteen. At this point you had millions of Followers Youtube. You had a maybelline contract. I was yeah first ever male embassador him from Abeline You weren't Forbes. Thirty under thirty. Your career was at the height right and all of a sudden drama. Getting right through in your mind. Did you think it was going to be that big of a deal? I I really didn't think it was that big of a deal to be honest. I think when you when I look back. It's like how even happening. Because it was such a it was like a misconstrued situation in the first place. So it's like how did this even become like what it became and you know looking back. It's like yeah. It was terrible and it was horrible and horrendous but like the things I learned from it like I would never give those back you. I would almost like I would say like okay. I have to go through it again. You're looking back on it to learn the life lessons I've learned in my life. Now you know like like really focusing on like my in life real personally ships have my family and I think that when you are like soaring right like when you're sewing in the clouds and you're like oh nothing can bring me down like you're kind of like in your own zone your own world fantasy one hundred percents something knocks you back down like. Oh maybe I should have done this and this and this and this and I can start sewing again but now I can implement these changes and make it even better for me. 'cause you caught up caught up because I fell fell down. Well how old are you have been two years ago? I was twenty six. So you're twenty six years old you making coin. You're everywhere your faces plastered on the billboards that used to work in front of force last heading literally literally. And you're living your best life. Did you ever think you would lose it? All was there ever. You walk woke up and was like I'm GonNa lose it during the drama the drama and yes. I thought everything. I thought it was all going to go away. You were flipping. I lost hundreds of thousands of I lost like half a million dollars during the situation. Did you ever get them.
"justin jay" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"If you're just joining us Justin is on the phone and Justin meta girl named Erica. And he really liked her. Because unlike most women the Justin knows she had a brain weird. Yes, she actually had a brain. And that's what he liked about her because just in a guess has never had a problem with the ladies. He's bartender. Former male model says he's up with a lot of people. But it's always just been about body relationships. I think was the term that he used. But anyway, he wants more than just a body relationship with Erica. And she's not calling them back and see we get on the phone and find out why right? Just ready to it. Say this softly, but your confidence kind of goes into just the incredible amounts of ego at times, do you feel like that happened on your date? Yeah. Maybe that's it. Maybe she doesn't wanna humble guy. Because. All right. Yeah. Taller front of right now. Okay. Okay. All right. We go. Hello. I'm SP two. Erica. Hey, eric. How are you? This is Jubal from the radio show. Brooke and Jubal in the morning. Hi, I'm fine. Good. To all right. Ask. But I just told you on. I don't know what is going on. What is what is this white calling will Brooke and Jubal the morning radio show? And we do a segment on our show called the second date update. It's wherever you go out on a date with somebody. And then in not calling them after they can Email us to get you on the phone and ask what happened, and we actually got an Email about you from somebody who listen to the show. What? Yeah. Kinda crazy got any guesses. Been out on a lot of dates recently. No. But I mean, I wouldn't be like Justin Justin, Justin emailed us and told us a little bit about your date. But he also said, you gotta be kidding me. No. They also said that he's been trying to get a hold of you. And you won't take them back. No, I'm not calling him. And why? I'm not gonna lie. It was fun date. He's an interesting guy. He's good looking. So those are all really good things. Yeah. I mean overall day was fine. But interesting there was a few weird moments. But I don't know. It's no no specific reason why you don't wanna see him again. And you have a reason. But I don't know that I feel comfortable sharing that. Okay. Well, like is it a personal reason for you? Or is it something about Justin? Both. Okay. Well, Justin, you know. Whenever never anybody. Does these? We always tell them that they need to be willing to hear whatever. The other person says so Justin is willing to hear anything bad that you might have to say. Said he seems to know too many people, you know, because I wasn't sure felt about the date. So that I showed my friends his picture. And it's like they all knew him. Oh, you him it, really. Well. I get it. Okay. Like, they hooked up with them or. Yeah. Not about one of the girls. Like three of them have hooked up with that. Well. A lot. He gets a brow. Yeah. He told us that he's never had a problem with women. But he also said that he liked you so much that he can only think about you doesn't even want to think about any other girls. But apparently, your friends might think about him. A group of friends, and I can't be the fourth girl. My girl group to hook up with him. That's just crazy. I mean, when we talk to him, it's not like he wants more than a hookup from you like he felt like he had awakening of how he should really be in a relationship after he met you. I find that hard to believe. He wanted to grow or. Yeah. Sounds like he can get a hook up whenever he wants a hookup. And he's putting it a lot of effort to get a hold of you. If he just wanted to hook up he could have had that already with somebody else. Yeah. Have a good history of it. So you definitely that's what it is. You don't want to be the fourth girl in your friend group who has Dustin. Around a lot, and I don't need that. So I think it's best just not call him. Okay. Cressey? It's pretty straightforward or do have to let you know this before we go, thank you for being honest. And now, I have to be honest because Justin is actually on the other line listening and wants to talk to you. So we kind of. Yeah. We've also got with just a bit. All right. Listen yet. I haven't met a new friend. I don't know what they are. But most likely it's the truth. Waitresses hostesses bartenders type. Eliciting careers, teachers, nurses. I'm gonna lie. I was that guy. You know, I'm not not just trying to get in bed. You know, I can do that with anyone pretty much. But I'm interested in you. They all know you from last year all of them. Last year. Justin, Jay that's weird if we slept with all my girlfriends. It's just weird. Yeah. Look, it's true. I I'll be the first one minute, I'm every covering Mel cake. Hovering male stank Erica, he's self aware that doesn't help you your mission here. I mean, I met it. I hooked up with a lot of girls. Probably every state, maybe maybe forty five fifty. I wanna change. I'm a knowledge in the kind of person that I've been I would love to change because of you. We had one date. And now you said only wanna change because we had one date. I hardly believe that. Wow. Ever being honest with you look that helm was had a goody almost made that phone call. But I didn't I. You're not helping yourself here. Think about if the tables were turned like what if some guy didn't wanna go out with you. Because of a couple of dudes for more that you slept like, you would be really upset about that. Because you're also more than just who you hooked up with in the past. Yeah. But I still see that. It would be awkward that his friends of see me naked. Or easier to bond. Question. Do you think you like her because she's the only girl that doesn't call you back? This girl. She has a brain. You're very smart. Funny. You get my movie references killing me Smalls. You're killing me. That was really dorky look guest. And it's nice that you say all these things and you feel about me. But it just doesn't change that you've been with friends like that. I mean, if we were to go out, we could have sex for like six months 'cause I'd have to know that you really really fell in love with me. About that. Series. Yeah. I mean like, no booty calls. No, nothing. Six months of just holding my hand and a kiss. Goodnight. Meet a freaking Clinton's. Wow. All right. Well that is strip Erica. Would you like to go?.
"justin jay" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Singapore is among a growing number of countries temporarily suspending permission for Boeing seven thirty-seven max aircraft to fly in or out of their airports, Australia and the UK half followed suit, the move comes after both China, and Indonesia ordered the aircraft grounded in their countries. Michael Sullivan has more from Chiang Rai Thailand, Singapore civil aviation authority is calling the move a temporary suspension as it gathers. More information Australia's director of aviation safety says it's temporary suspension is in the best interest of safety a number of foreign airlines. Fly the max into and out of both countries. Other aircraft will now have to be used by those carriers for the time being Michael Sullivan reporting, you pay Prime Minister Theresa may says the EU has given her guarantees the United Kingdom won't be permanently stock. Inside an E U customs arrangement NPR's Frank Langfitt has more from London main. So she's gotten the necessary concessions from the u many in Britain's parliament were demanding to passer Brexit deal. They include legally binding language, stating the EU sees any customs arrangement is temporary not permanent. UK attorney general Geoffrey Cox, says the new language reduces the risk of the UK becoming trapped, but crucially does not eliminate it. The house of Commons devote on maize tweak deal today. NPR's Frank Langfitt all street is trading higher at this hour. The Dow is up eleven the NASDAQ up twenty five you're listening to NPR news from Washington from from news in San Francisco, I'm Brian watt. Friends and family are stunned by the news that the son of Oakland city councilwoman Lynette Gibson mcelhinney was shot and killed Sunday in Los Angeles. The twenty one year old was studying music at the university of southern California. Peter Jon Shuler reports the death of Viktor mcelhinney. Who is apparently the victim of an attempted robbery. According to police is provoking an outpouring of shock and grief, both at city hall, and in the local music scene longtime friend and bandmate Justin Jay hawk Hawkins says he's still processing it. He's the nicest guy possibly meet. Full of character. So to hear that this happened. I'm still absolute disbelief that my best friend has gone mcelhinney said in a statement. I miss my baby. She said he was a son of Oakland who drew musical inspiration from the beat soul and sound of the town. I'm Peter Jon Shuler cake. Redeem news the Golden State Warriors plan to turn their downtown Oakland practice facility into a hub for youth camps and nonprofits in an announcement yesterday. The team said they won't continue practicing in the town after they moved to San Francisco next season Oakland, mayor Libby shaft says the project ensures the teams legacy will live on in the East Bay. What an exciting day you heard it here. First the warriors are not leaving Oakland the space will serve as a home for the team's youth camp and an initiative called generation thrive which aims to support community organizations that serve kids. I'm Brian watt. Weedy news support comes from tonight lodge, located two miles from Yosemite. A full service resort offering tours of Yosemite waterfalls tonight lodge just ahead on morning edition. Venezuela's political crisis, pitting president Maduro against the country's opposition leader continues against the backdrop of a worsening.
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"Most folks are now all of a sudden googling hospital prices, and then make big changes to to where they access care. Now. The Trump administration is weighing a proposal to make those prices public and a look at efforts to reach elderly veterans dealing with a motion trauma in San Diego. You have a bad day at work. You can go home. In a bad day on us submerged submarine people. Die those stories coming up right after the news. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Jack sphere. The White House says President Trump is committed to getting a trade deal with China that is both fair and enforceable NPR's Scott Horsely reports Trump is hoping to finalise such an agreement with Chinese president Xi Jinping. Trump has said he expects to meet with his Chinese counterpart as early as this month possibly at the president's Florida vacation home during up now. Rare White House news briefing spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the date for such a summit has not been set yet. We're continuing negotiations with China when we have an announcement for the two leaders to sit down we'll certainly like Trump came away empty-handed after another high stakes summit last month with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN Sanders hasn't talked with both Beijing and Pyongyang the president's willing to hold out for deal. He believes is in the best interest of the US. Scott Horsely NPR news, the White House. The Pentagon confirms it is moving ahead on developing and manufacture. During a ground launched cruise missile that's been banned for more than three decades by an arms pact with Russia is NPR's. David welna explains both US and Russia announced last month. They're abandoning the intermediate range nuclear forces treaty. The Pentagon says the department of defense will begin fabricating components to support testing of the previously banned cruise missile, but that this will be for a conventional rather than a nuclear weapon. Separately US under secretary of state for arms control. Andrew Thompson tells the conference in Washington, this is due to the US moving out of the IMF treaty department of defense and start those research and development actions that they haven't done at all because compliance so duty is looking at that for next steps are indeed, what does it mean, the fielding assistance? And so they've just now commenced that the Pentagon says the missile development is reversible should Russia comply with the IMF treaty by early August. David welna, NPR news, Washington. The house rules committee says the resolution under consideration would state. The desire of congress to make public the findings of special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation, Massachusetts, Democrat Jim McGovern sank today. The public should know what was uncovered in the probe as we kick off sunshine week today. The committee is considering h reg twenty four this resolution makes clear the congress believes the American people should have access to the final report. The American people do not want it to be stashed away or hidden somewhere. Over the ranking Republican on the committee, Tom Cole of Oklahoma had a different view. He said while calling for release of as much of the report is practical some of the request amounts a little more than the on the part of Democrats, according to him while US retailers had a bit more to be cheerful about in January after a major unexpected drop in December the numbers out today. Appear consistent with a slowing US. Konami Commerce Department reported today retail sales in January were up two tenths of a percent in December retail sales showed a one point six percent drop stock starting the week higher. The Dow was up two hundred points today. You're listening to. To NPR from leading news. I'm Mina Kim. Friends and family say they're stunned by the news that Oakland city councilwoman Lynette Gibson mcelhinney son was shot and killed yesterday in Los Angeles. Peter Jon Shuler reports. The twenty one year old was studying music at the university of southern California. The death of Viktor mcelhinney who is apparently the victim of an attempted robbery. According to police is provoking an outpouring of shock and grief, both at city hall, and in the local music scene longtime friend and bandmate Justin Jay hawk Hawkins says he's still processing it. He's the nicest guy possibly meet. Full of full of character. So to hear that this happened. I'm still in absolute disbelief that my best friend had gone. Supervisor mcelhinney said in a statement. I miss my baby. She said he was a son of Oakland who drew musical inspiration from the beat soul and sound of the town. I'm Peter Jon Shuler cake. Redeem news, hey group of public school. Teachers is suing the California teachers association over union dues. The lawsuit filed in San Francisco today claims that after a landmark decision by the US supreme court last summer unions need to get permission from teachers who've opted out of union membership before taking dues from them. Republican party official Harmeet Dylan represents the plaintiffs. The unions use the plaintiffs use deductions.
"justin jay" Discussed on KCRW
"And check out the playlist. Keep in mind. We're also going to be at south by south west if. If you're heading out there to Austin half the town will especially if you're southern California. We got a great lineup coming up, amber lucid westerman, also Jess DARA and cautious. Claim broken social scene will be also plane and ULA. We're going to be playing you'll later on tonight and one from Pablo Pablo. So stay tuned for that that's going to be March twelfth and March thirteenth. It's our showcase at south by southwest. You guys gotta go. It's fun. I've actually never been people are like how could he be a music and you've never got us out by south west. I dunno. I let me say all right. Let's get back to music here. KCRW? Potato. Word. Okay. Okay. Right. Trench? Sold. This whole for the bed. Two. You too. Thanks. Okay. Masada? Staring. The grade. Golden. Just the kit. Do the same. This that. Carries me. Do these. James? Districts. No, you're gonna make it. Golden state. Nah. No. The trip. Upenn? Uh-huh. Just can't stay. Ooh. Yeah. There's one formula. We just heard a plane with her KCRW south by south west fest coming up on the thirteenth. Holding onto something. Present devotion. Oh. Ship in Poland. Stay. Media. Started. Do something. Sounds fun. Yes. Claire. This is Justin Jay check this out here on the show. Coming up from the national also cats and dogs and young six to KCRW..
"justin jay" Discussed on X96
"Usual gang of misfits and dope. Addicts are here. Well, happy Ballantine's day. I I just this is fascinating. This song. Has a gigantic Wikipedia entry really really substance. Listen to this k-. Love stinks is a song written by Peter wolf. And Seth Justin Jay Gyles, man. Yeah. That was the title track of the J Gyles band album. Love stakes songs released as singles. It was covered by Joan Jett for the soundtrack of the nineteen Ninety-six movie, Mr. wrong. The song was also featured in the film Opie gets laid it was covered by Adam Sandler in the movie the wedding. I was going to win by the Himalayas with MS toy for the movie, love stinks. Now. Here's where it gets really interest. All right. The lyrics describe a love triangle in which to participants experience unique unrequited love before segue into a description of love gone sour in general. The lyrics may have been inspired Baugh. Been J Gyles bands lead singer, Peter wolf's marriage to actress Faye Dunaway. Oh, which ended in a nineteen Seventy-nine divorce. Author. Mary Maureen rather describes the opening of the song as quote ponderous power metal. Okay, dean describes the band's playing in the refrain as generating wild waves of flame the guitars. Inspire breathing and wolf's vocals in the. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Portion of the chorus has snarling with heavy metal glee. This is a little playing. This is a wicked pedia by law. That has no I love it. It's great. And then it's overstating. I love it. It's great. But. Yeah. Inspired by the riff was later used by nirvana in smells, like teen spirit. I can I can kind of hear that actually. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, no. It's a really good analysis of the song. If you think about how you know when you when you're a critic, and you have to write about, well, what is this call call to you? You have to describe it somehow. I like it. That's nice. But I had no idea that he was married to fade, Donald oh, you didn't. I knew that. Well, you know, that's the kind of crap. I know who's been married to who. I know who need you need somebody to put smart to come on your podcast who has been married to whom I talked to my producer. I asked him yesterday's festival. That's right. He had to find somebody smart. Well, I asked him yesterday. I said what are we doing tomorrow? And he said you said you wanted it to be a surprise. So I I I asked it for a smart per does Dylan know what the okay. He he if he was probably going to bring your husband in I o. Somebody out. Smartest person. I know. But that would be interesting, and yes, I know you, but my husband is this. I know. It is you have to say that because you're married. You realize that Gina? No, I realize that you have to say that. I know in your heart. You know, who it it in your heart is your husband in your mind? You know, who it is? Also, my husband. I I know you Dr Jones, he's a doctor. You know, what Dr Joe I, and I I know that a doctorate means, you're smart. I know that's what that means. It's a good indication of being smart dot Carey. You've known a lot of doctors. Let me just say this. And of all the people. I know I am the smart. I know I I I learned a long time ago when a person that Kerry, and I both know turned to me and said, you know, Bill it's hard when you're the smartest person in the room. And he. Okay. Heavy is the head that wears the crown. That's exactly what he was doing. And I just went okay. I know I know to never say that you, and I don't ever feel that way. Really? So it's time to really officially begin the radio from hell show, get this Valentine's Day show underway. It'll just be chock full of Valentine's Day. Oh, I'm sure let's see I guess we are gonna do some Valentine's. We'll kind of kind of lean that way. And we'll lean that way with your check ins. All right. So you call the radio from hell show to check in. That's what we do kind of traditionally here at the top of the program. If you're new to the show what you've just been hearing. Now, none of this counts. This is just warm up. Now, you've got a call us at eight seven seven six zero two nine six nine six we call check ins. But what it really is. It's the radio from health kick in the pants. It just gives us a little jumpstart your teasing us. If if you will it's the cattle prod, its the. Yeah. We get us going by calling us check in and tell us in three words, wore less. We'll tell us what three words or less. Would you wanna put on a candy heart? Oh, oh, okay. You know, one of those conversation lurks. That's what they call him the conversation. The Ballantine's day heart. Down we go. What three words would you put on a conversation heart? All right. All right, then let's get it underway. Oh, diamonds, direct go. Go today on your lunch break, you could go to diamonds direct today is the last day.
"justin jay" Discussed on KCRW
"Lee linings loading third from sneaks a little close from the highway hypnosis record, black marble. It's immaterial album is not left my rotation since it came out like in November of two years ago that was golden heart that we heard and at the top of the men I trust from their forthcoming uncle jazz say can you hear and they're going to be doing two nights over the Roxie February twenty seventh and twenty eighth. Also catch them Sunday's Coachella. And you're listening to members supported KCRW Santa Monica, Los Angeles, K D, R W Santa Barbara Casey are I'd Indio Palm Springs. Casey. Are you Oxnard Ventura and Casey are y Mohave we are a community service of Santa Monica, college and NPR for southern California. My name is Travis Holcomb. We're gonna lead off the next set of music with a new one. I guess it's forthcoming word from Justin. Jay got a new EP called everything will come together. A bit later on king Princess, featuring Fiona, apple stay tuned KCRW on Cheri Glazer on the next morning edition. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz says he's considering running for the White House as an independent than he's not alone. But one political scientist says there's no natural sources support for middle of the road candidates. Plus you'll hear about steps some Republicans are taking to try to negotiate border funding. And a bitter cold snap is walloping. The midwest. You'll find out how folks there are coping that's on the next morning edition. Weekday mornings on KCRW..
"justin jay" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"Today's new day new pay. Let's talk about who sent and some money on them donation. My favorite nation nerve in luxury, those luxuries nurse and a recurring donation. Thank you very much my nerds. That's the only word. I like to say, okay. Justin. Jay. Thank you very much for your current donation. Justin. Chris shell 'em notorious of Hato, Ben Simmons. So Lana s thank you very much. You've I am. Thank you so much Adam s we're predate you Adam. And if he presents any hope, you okay, Tom w thank you Benjamin feed. Thank you very much Benjamin, Bomani Jones. Thank you very much journal. Check him out on high noon. The right time. And they even Jones of media mogul there come on reader Macy. Thank you very much miss after way. Appreciate you. Nicholas de. Thank you, Laura. Thank you lower heat be in the house cliche defeat. We're not say, thank you so much are a live Kogyo. I got some this recipe of this buttermilk chicken. She gave me a long time ago. Got some in there marinate right now. Will be all aimed David s. Thank you, very much, David from Brooklyn. Br lack firm, press comics. Thank you Rik eight pretty Ricky what they call an everybody. Thank you so much for everybody time out to donate this week. We're preach. Our? The two. Our? Even though it has the. I know God is working. So. Now. Now is to look up when you down show. I hate to see you give a man. So much bad up with your smile. Me. Yeah. Yeah. Just ma. Me whatever you're in right now. Me. Okay. Yeah. Just. Me and the people say. All right. All right. All right. Let's get into foster of us. Did we have music for this for five star view? Yeah. When the last hours or something and five five something you was playing one time. I don't remember. Upon dropping cast porn. It was something. I don't remember the name of the song. But I'm at one time. It's a joke. You played it. Oh, yeah. We should have some totally forgot about that. I don't know what song it was. But I remember it was something with money five stars making it rain, japane- rain. You know, whatever these look is calling the music. Oh, I know it was it was like I five thank you the instrumental. That's what it was. I don't know how you remembered that they have so forget two three weeks ago. Yes. Oh, I don't think I played the last time either. Now, I gotta take forever for fucking Spotify to find it. My man I thought I was going to be easier. Search no, I never saved it this on me. I mean, I was just talking to be talking. No. Stop holding me stuff. On me accountable. My bad. Why is it takes off of this to come up? Okay. I got five on it. But I was instrumental. Right. I think so. Does this? There's little. As the actual phone. Got it. I know is that this on it and through mental trap spell. The whole thing out. This is why podcast is. Not. Oh, here we go. All right. Let's get the starve you five on this. We wanna make sure you get your props. Okay. The way you gave us our props. I I got three of them a podcast. Nice. I had to review a twice from the ball collected twenty three who says check it. I've been listening fans his two thousand eleven way back when I had pasta and whatnot. And I love to review then I've been amazed and not only the consistency and the volumes to put out. But I love how much they challenge how we think about status quo, and they've helped my mind a lot of things over the years since I got this work issue. I I figured I could at least another five on it. So to say keep up. Awesome works fam-. You deserve every great thing. Come your way, Mr. span. Oh, thank you. Thank you spanned damn back back and shot out to you for just having your pockets Ristori. Dismal speaking shout out. I remember him from the chat house on the hater. It was still dark ADA Jones as I remember every time he was based shot out to the it would be stupid shit..
"justin jay" Discussed on KCRW
"Uh-huh. KCRW? My name is Travis Holcomb. This is music from crooked. Man, take it all away the twelve inch version right before this forthcoming work from LA's. Justin, Jay got an EP called everything will come together that was learned that we heard this is a teaming up with Calvin Harris for the funk wave remix of the weekend. Song that may or may not have a forthcoming Frank ocean cover coming soon. We'll see. The top of the new work from diplo. Just dropped yesterday called boom Bye-bye betraying French rapper. Niece. They'll be able to find that on diplo's forthcoming Europa EPSN dip, low-performing Fridays this year over at Coachella. Coming up next set. We will kick things off with the Phil weeks. Edit of sorts of vanity six plus new word from girls of the internet. Stay tuned KCRW. The advantage is all yours at Santa Monica college. California's number one transfer college to the university of California for twenty eight consecutive years and the west sides leader and affordable career education world-class professors, California's most comprehensive student support system and dedicated counselors just for you. Plus over fifty million dollars in financial aid and free classes for high school students. Spring session begins February eleventh.
"justin jay" Discussed on KCRW
"St. KCRW on a Friday night. Welcome to the show. My name is Travis Holcomb. The Holy Ghost tonight. This is music from some Mead. Can't you head of this new work from Sam Henshaw sounding a lot like chance the rapper on his new single church, featuring earth, gang, Paulo and pan with pays Imaginaire performing Fridays. Coachella all from sacra was seven PM Joaquin Almunia of Montreal with. It's all about you the latest track from her on the forthcoming blue pine EP, and we kicked off tonight show with music from the shacks my favorite releases of last year Hayes that was all day long. We've got a big show in store for you tonight. New music just around the corner from diplo. Plus, we'll hear from L Justin Jay got new work from girls of the internet. Forthcoming work from the night base. Can't courtesy a blossom. Plus we'll hear from cats and dogs powder. A whole lot more. Stay tuned. KCRW I'm Cheri Glazer on the next week. In addition, it's been a busy couple of days in the world of politics, the government shutdown its impact on federal workers. Roger.