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"kuntae" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"kuntae" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

"CA please go and to go to the website and do some shopping up there for some fantastic items. Like I said before but we're back. We got an engender to get back to so Matt lead us off. All right Hockey East returns, November 20th. We we had mentioned earlier and Bruins draft pick Trevor Kunta is going to begin his own career. He had a great year with ECHL last year at 28 goals. One of the top scorers in the ECHL. He's six foot two hundred good size. He has a good motor referred some interesting sort of evaluations about him being a grinder and a guy who works in a dirty areas and you know, we'll play hide on the puck and those types of things. He's going to play with some Superior talent to be see there a table top of the nation team their candidate to win the national championship this year with Matt boldy who was a 12 pick in the draft to the Wild and Alex Newark who's six months. Pick in the draft to the Avalanche and Logan hooks go who was a third-round pick in 2018 or the Panthers? I mean they have they are loaded and he's going to play with some really good talent for BC. So, I don't know we'll start with Jack or what your sort of expectations are or how excited you are to see Kunta actually play and play at a high level. Well, I'm actually very excited to see him local and like I mean, I I watch a lot of those hockey games. I'm usually watching Boston University. I'm not going to lie, but I'll have to tune into a couple more BC game because I love when these players stay local and I mean, I know there's coronavirus right now. So maybe I'm more than likely probably not going to go and see him play. But if it were normal times to be awesome to go ahead and see him play. I love when they stay local and Hockey East is so it's such a good conference for for college hockey. I mean people like to to drag on College hockey, but I'm It's just as good of hockey as you'd find in like the o or the Q or the W up in Canada. It's very competitive. You've seen so many NHL players come out of hockey's Northeastern BC bu they they like Charlie McAvoy Matt grzelcyk. Look at our first deep are right there two kids that played it be you together. It's going to be good to see him play against that competition in have that him here locally in him be able to have access to go and maybe see the Bruins play a little bit. It's awesome. Mark what do you think of Kunta his opportunity at b c and and with the return in December?.

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

"Why people get brutalized? Why people just like well? Okay like Seattle. Get Mad about it if why people like Yo stop brutalizing us the way black people were like stop brutalizing us. The police was stopped brutalized. That's starting to turn though. I think why people fall again times. When you see Sandra blander Llandough Casteel? You go all right this this is fucked up like when you see lady get taste for a broken tail like that Cup the cup here in Indianapolis so he's a constable constable. He's not even a cop. A constable is off duty off duty constable in here in Indiana. They're they're they're supposed to deliver notifications for the small claims court and so this guy bought himself a Crown Victoria police car lookin thing. And he's he's this old seventy year old guy and he follows these two young black guys around a store or Norstrom my favorite Iraq. And so Darrell. Yeah hit the white guys named and so this guy is like they walk out and they turn on their cameras which record the police and he starts harassing them. Basically and one of these guys start to see your idea I wanna see your ID. And they're like for what. What are you going to do and say you look suspicious? Suspicious look suspicious look suspicious. Say I'm black right. And he knows he can't arrest because he has no arrest powers. It's like I'm GONNA call the police on you and then like go fucking ahead. Let's talk to your man. I let me get your supervisor. I'm not calling my supervisor to you give me your. Id and it's like and then the peace they're big exactly can't give. You finally started begging to say Jimmy. Id Manager Give Me. He's not giving sheet and finally the cop goes news. I know my rights as a cop. What would you say I could basically do whatever I want? I'm a police officer. And he got fired immediately because the guy who was it took him two hours. We saw the sheriff office. Funny well the guy who was his boss was the former Marine County Democratic Party head and he understood and he's a great guy and he immediately understood like this guy should have zero political power whatsoever like and it just illustrated the mentality of that kind of person. Where like listen police? These are often in an unwinnable situation. And I'm not ragging on all them but there are a segment. Good cops there are a segment of the profession where they're obsessed with the power of it. Some of level and this guy is exactly that per harrison. That's right well. He needs to learn Harris needs to learn his place. You get a little bit of power our you start whooping diggers on the bottom rung underneath you. And that's the problem when you ask the problem when you come up and broadcasting interns like the Internet when he does something everybody installs on this fucking show. You Ain't GonNa be rational hairs hairs hose. You got how many how many holes you got here. So no there hoes. Hoes Hoes Rose H. O. E. or have you interested in a good man who can shoot Jonah on camera hit Harrison. He's looking for somebody Specia- he liked to take pictures of NEPI groups and sway John Phase. Right now he's okkas sweater. He's allegedly got a lot of drugs a lot of drugs he liked bitches with short feet. Swollen feet here's short for happy feet. This likes pig. Fee like visits with who feed smell like Cheetos rose you. Do you suck tells errands Harry Harrison or your foot guy ever put a tone your mouth. No one time I frame white between her toes and just cross I fill out the damn it. I thought I told her. I fell off Christophe. She had never watched in between tolls before. Have you eight asked before hell no have you. Eight asked before no has anybody ever H. O. S.. I know have you ever asked you have asthma. Value has got them. Course know who knows I would see this is i. Don't understand it P. E. HE ADDS no nowadays. You know her thing you know how dirty your asses I know how dirty my ass dirty after you wash it. I don't think this idea very true. Well who's taking a talk a everybody. Have you seen Portas. All they do is take tongue. Oh I don't watch porn discussing. Somebody need to call them. People saying there's there's people out there that like the and one of the crack babies just like we should talk about eating and I'm like no no don't do it. STABBY S we. We kinda talked what about on the bonus episode and the Patriots this week so you can check that out there. You can hear all about our opinion as Harrison. You do. Don't you your Nastier once. Not Fun he says. Well you don't Wanna eat mad because my cheeks fat models looks like mushrooms and gravy. No it is my you might get stuck. I'll get it. I don't get it why people eating s is the thing. It's a big thing. Okay maybe for young people definitely for young people like black pastor was he says again. I don't understand it like I if I was to eat as we have to be together forever like just know why because you don't I want to tell nobody is your eight I exactly. I don't think groping screen I'd say you eat my. It's not willing to take notes. That's where a coli Salmonella Nella no and I'm not putting. You can get Salmonella from me. Yes that's why I ain't no chicken. Bet Dan there's bacteria that's why they have to recall this lettuce because the fieldworker shit on the lettuce and it's from their poop poop and the goes in the but biology on the pat down here. They recall lettuce. Go Mexican should know lettuce. Yup I ain't no Mexicans. You know normal. That's why they have. That's why they're coli all over in this. They should out there in the field and not go to the bath because they don't have a bathroom while when you have a bathroom because when you're a legal there's Osha loss. They don't do anything to protect those where they give fucks. You are paid by the amount that you pick you do what I want or else I'll call out. I'll get somebody else to replace you. So what did he people stay. Stay it they usually have houses or rent houses. They have documentation that they have cousin rent their apartment for them or something like that. It's pretty fucked up. Yeah it's it's it'd be a whole another episode if we got into it. Yeah like it's fantasy already going to have to be a two parter. It's an hour long. Oh it can be just one. We can give them some time all right well. We talked about a lot of good. She today yeah. We truly appreciate child. Tony near Kristen even turn red this time over this race episode. We first started talking about race. He had to go pray e Cookies Ping would call me baby tonight. He took it like a fucking champ. If you go listen to the Patriot episodes those long race. Discussions are in there. And I'm like wow look at this cutie high buddy what's your name he said my name is out of here and I'm GonNa that kid says his name's toby. I'M GONNA die. Amelia cousins right is face. We tuck Terry pop tart. Oh what is it out. Thank you so very much. Pat Pat. He'd been he'd been rose. Don John Whitney Houston..

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

"Days and Saturdays is So lush around it up that we we knew we knew that it was never gonNa get cabinet per job because Kevin Neal. It's never gonNa form two what day one. y'All can say what you want to say. He's no good. But Hey motherfuckers. A lot of white boys out there and I said White Boys playing to this day that that ain't no fucking good. GimMe a few came back too many times three Peterman. He's it's patently knows no Roseanne who she. I'm naming them off Mitchell trubisky mistletoe. Nikki from Chicago Do Ryan Fitzpatrick you play for sixty fucking team. And y'all still giving him. I'd like I don't know what Y'all yes and are they playing today. Yeah Yeah so you're gonNa tell me that this thirty something years about his. You gotTa tell me this thirty-seven-year-old black do this cap cabernet and ain't good enough to play an NFL motherfucking of having white boys out there. They can't throw like they motherfucking. Ray Charles can play truly motherfucking cavern. That could play if you was was being fair. But let's be honest not being fair because you know why cafe scared he's GonNa continue to kneel in then you got these people say is all about the soldier soldier in Alabama. No mother fucking soldier is all about is. It ain't all about no money either because they don't give a fuck if you come go because NFL is don't be here regardless odd. So when you get to being mad you Barry Your Jersey you bring your dumb ass on Bay now. So what do you guys say about the argument that like we. Just don't want this distraction distraction. This person is going to bring a ton of media attention and caused a lot of drama. That Blake Bortles. Isn't gonNA cause as they do but there's people here who've literally murder people there's whole rape is in the NFL. We don't ever sell tyrod suburban been accused of bottling bitches and he he's straight up where crops would know salk doc that here's the thing when rocks would know my bills. They're fucking monster. Propolis Burger won a championship and he lost it activities. Chances so he's wondering one and the Super Bowl. They don't care what you do as long as you win. Cavern wasn't winning because his team was shit. That wasn't his fault. But y'all Saint Cabinet Game Day g lane. Each coach Ray. Rice slapped his fucking girl in the face and the only reason they didn't resigned on that man is because of the video. Had there not been video. There's a guy that plays for Cleveland Right now. Who who he ever get? Another job never came hints ends. My point is about PR and this subject. This is a snow is about black. We you lacking you fuck up and you get a second chance. Let's be we want you to call order bax when you white and you fuck out there much a black dude who fuck up on defense like if you can sack the quarterback that guy for a Harrison awesome because they seek Harris as a white physician quarterbacks they white black quarterback censorship. No Mike Dad the dad the damn near suck the people to get Michael Vick becky they really do. And then Y'all WanNa say oh out about the dogs is all about. Come on Y'all motherfucker make mistakes a Lotta motherfucker make mistakes. I don't think Cabernet Nila was a mistake. I think he's fucking right. But you know what some white America don't like when you fucking exercise your all right. They don't WanNa see well why he got to do it on the clock bit you look you you get me why you gotta do it on the clock while here. How many times have you taking? He you're speaking to the break room and bitch sandwich why you were still on clock. Chuck E. Without to launch the ball on the biggest platform available global. Yes Roy. Protective of protest was timed. It wouldn't be a protest baby. That's just everybody who has an issue with something you in order for your issue to be heard as many eyes and ears as possible so while he's at work on the biggest fucking sports stage in the country. Football is the number one sport in the country. He took a need to draw attention to his issue. Now if you wanted to listen to what his issue was so that he could stop kneeling. Nobody did Daddy. You are just mad at the fact. Oh he's doing it. Why is he dealing because police brutality? That was the issue that you should address you instead. You focused on him taking. You're GONNA need that's not necessarily because we all know where America did it and that long does not slap data get Gucci Man on the track. I don't WanNa hear it all right if it if if I can't clap my booty cheeks to is not for me I ain't got no tell me if I'm right or wrong about this but didn't he sit on the bench I because he was benched and then he got asked why he was sitting on the bench which during the national anthem and he was like. I didn't hear Oh shit I was. He wasn't sitting on the bench because he was benched. She was just sitting because he was sitting. Then he talked to He got a letter from. I think nick feuer's his name. It was a soldier a green beret was like you should kneel and then he started neely and so look for it to be more respectful. So He's obviously takes criticism and he. He changed he was he was open to listening. Yeah Open because he didn't want it wasn't his his intention to be disrespectful to the flag or two soldiers or any of that nonsense that people make no trump. No trump made it about the soldiers because that's propaganda wars. Yeah Yeah Yeah you know what kills me about this country you know we all say we also need is bullshit about how much we love the flagging. But let's be honest we. The flag do represent our country every country fucking flag every country am literally. Do we make off legs here. They come from China. Yes summer made in China. But they're like if you buy valley forge flags they're made and I think I would've valley forge play every. Yeah yes yes so. I've never seen a person with a valid for his. Play me and be honest with you. If I was out shopping and I was buying flag. You'll get the one from trust you U. Shape China's join slept jess's Har come the China joint like this is just the same thing why got speed extra value at. I'll tell you on this damn valley forge flags have premium stitching. Okay that's the difference. None of that. I don't understand why what people say. He was disrespecting. I'll flag all soldiers hoses when our soldiers go out and fight for which is for us to have. There's I'll tell you why because there's a certain portion of the population who couldn't protest being black or blackness and so the President Aka those people made it about patriotism. Yeah because they couldn't say what they wanted to say what you already nigger nigger. Don't getting in your place nigger down near while watching football game. Let's keep Iran. That's what it was a banger. I didn't even notice it. Oh what is it so they want to stay naked. O.`Neil don't do this while watching TV. I mean people people should dribble Chitchat up and driven. That's you know that is the most racist shit you know me deal was sitting at a bar was a myth is watching a football game so I started talking to this guy and I could tell he like you'll be crispy was very uncomfortable with me and I knew he was uncomfortable. That's why hasn't seventeen Chris. He was he was very uncomfortable. Let me so. We sat down and we started talking. He had a friend had a little bit more sense than he did. So do. I don't WanNA call him races. I WANNA call them fucking stupid. So we started started talking and probably prejudice prejudice. Okay I because he probably doesn't have hate in his heart for people of color but he just doesn't know any better better. You don't know any better. I say that because I didn't you know he did talk to me so we started talking. And what came Lebron James and so two story the Lebron. Did you hear about the China thing. Daryl Morey Houston. GM tweeted about China's labor and they're fighting for democracy in Hong Kong. Lebron James said something that along the lines of Daryl. Morey didn't know what he was talking about and he took the corporate line. Yeah basically because is trying to make the NBA a lot of money in China. Okay and the players were in China when Daryl Morey tweeted this and Chinese government got pissed off about about it and they stopped airing the games and I think if someone do with the player safety I kind of like. We're like if you don't come back and retract the statement. We're not GONNA have security for you like it was a big fucking deal so I didn't even hear about it as much establishing fucking thing so anyway so the guy was like well if the bras it was all about you know he we should he should have stood up. He should've she says something wrong with the guy he said that Lebron should stood up for the people of China and Democracy Footfall for Democracy uh-huh fall for democracy and then he went on to say and so I'm just listen to it because I hadn't heard about the story she lebron's really care about the US saying he would tell he's this is exactly what do you say. He would tell Nike shoes out of China and make him in Akron Ohio. And that's what pissed me I said. Hold on Niggle. Why it I say she did say he hold on Niggle why he got what is negative breath his shit back when you ain't Tommy Hilfiger Polo motherfucking Kim Stella McCartney to our the glue of town are Gooch all of these motherfucking over to Lebron James. The town Nike the Braille shooter. Akron Ohio I said You fucking stupid fucking for real..

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

The Patdown with Ms. Pat

14:49 min | 1 year ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Patdown with Ms. Pat

"Back to Earth everything is not alpha. This ain't no way to beat the time right another episode of the Pat Down and we still here working on my house because you know we do two three episode in the same outfit. That's how we save money and keep them from coming out to my house. Wasting they fucking gay. Ma Ya doin. Good I'm great. I'm in a great mood today are are you yeah I am to. India was talking over the weekend about Colin. Kaepernick is Asinine capper Nick. CAPRA neighbor neck. If you from the South Oh Cabernet have you from the south. How you know Cabernet just went to my hometown and try it out the practice facility here practicability but he changed it the last minute on this? Yeah he he do. He's doing what most black people do. Fuck that she wants to meet me over here motherfucker. He was wearing a shirt reddaway. I've gone over here. Something something was talking about that I was like He. Don't give a fuck do. You can't say yes I do. Do you know who is no he does it never seen roots. Yeah you don't know tell you come ranted people and they say you don't do they don't do that shaming that's why you get people that don't look like you said you can educate them about your people. Look right into camera is ask who is say my name. Is Toby the UTAH. My mother fucking pillow told I miss a foot for real. I don't know who to contain is back. This is why you behind the daily. He do not know cool. fucking white people. Right Dion Ah Crystalline Guy. Look blackness be greeted Thanksgiving crabs it a barrel pulling otherwise the white kid. Lightning your brother. I watch shame you'll breath watch dolemite and boys in the hood. Boys dig with cocoa butter. You like what do you think about boys in the hood. I loved it. I thought it was a great movie. Before we go to Barnes and we gotta finish talking about Cabernet so cool to Kim. Tae Is tell who could pay attention. Boy who was the guy I was talking about the white cat. Shit they get a little power he started out. I could Kim. Tae Is the main character in the made for TV movie roots which is a mini series like twelve cassette tapes long big ASS funding for twelve years like documentary slash movie series. That most black black payers fucking scared. She black kids in the eighties and made them. I remember those tapes whereas it's heavy as encyclopedias. Those that series is heaviest. Fuck isn't it. The most watched television most television watched series of all time. Yeah Yeah we longest fuck. It's like thirty six hours income on every day super fucking lung may and Mama Hadas watching that shit and I remember saying I don't ever want to see why you need to go to Youtube Harrison and type in roots and I. I was telling me he was kidnapped from our for Cook. His name was coon Takami. I'm sorry he's never cooed to cantate African nine and the white man brought him here one name and toby and so he was like I initiate white man going with their bullish. y'All ain't got no motherfucker season on your food. So he kept trying to run away so he vision. They could his foot out. They cut his toes eight foot off. Because I I I wiped his as he was still running. Then it's okay. We couldn't get the fuck up equal liberty and that didn't work shop to fucking foot in having any run NOMO. 'cause it hard to wrong with D.C. In what equal liberty satis taxes no bad Walmart version of tax. That's that's a quote equating. Pretty close seaquake. Sony fucked up his foot in the equate to the Senate. I I think later all right so I don't really know so I messaged dion. I was like I don't know anything about this. Can you explain it to me because like if I'm if I'm looking at this just just as a person who doesn't really know what's going on and the owners argument is like this guy. I don't WanNa Circus on the team. And then he shows up wearing a Kuta. Kent A t-shirt you. which is he's black industry? You you just go. Isn't he. Causing more like can you know. He's not a he's not caused. But can you explain. Exactly what happened Dion. Because I I don't really know white. America looked at Kutu Kim Tae shirt like if he if he was a white if he was a white player he showed up with a a rebel flag confederate flag. So That's how they looked LoC- daddy as as disrespect. Sure but high disrespect when cool to Kim. Tae is a part of our black history. Well he's not. That wasn't a true story. which is all luthor routes is not a two story they act autumn as for nothing? The FULKE's coot kid based on a book. Well Alex Haley wrote the book roots. Yeah it's based on Real Areso. He wasn't a real person fiction. No this is not a tad of people lined. I don't I don't I don't think I I'm pretty sure they wasn't a real person Tom. Why are we? Why are we having this discussion with Gary? But Anyway so the Colin Kaepernick Situation Russian. They were never going to give him a job anyway. Okay true which he already knew because he won a lawsuit saying you guys have been colluding voting against me ever since I opted out of my San Francisco. Hold on for one second. I keep the keys. Got Actual question. Can you come in here for a second and tell it was real barely would because they figured out that Alex Haley a lot of some of the stuff about his life is not it is not actually. The truth is based on another layer African narrative about his. Can she come on the microphone. You coming here the five steps away coming one second please come on. We're trying to see them at Onoda. Yeah so you learn. Should there not because they told me kids they run real. They told me the fast track star in fucking world. That's who's in fucking no. Get the microphone. Can you tell us real quick about 'cause we thought coot Apple cooed Kentucky was real is debated because they've figured out the Alex Haley. He pulled some of that stuff from another man's narrative about his family life. So some of that stuff in the roots is stolen from other people. And they don't watch it. It's like a Nigga it's like a barbecue and everybody's around ten stores and somebody just right the stores who you're talking about Dole. The has this other man really written a book about his family lineage and he stole that from him. So it's Kinda like a some of it is from his his the other man's life that he took so they all know how much of of Alex Haley's roots is true and how much is not and then he did his own additional research about his family tree but they don't know how accurate that is because people are just tell him what he wanted to hear was the book fiction or nonfiction. It's a it's supposed to be a nonfiction Kim book about ally the Alex Haley in his ancestor okay I thought it was fiction. I know it's supposed to be about this like real events so some of it is. It's debate about how much of it is really true. Not all of it which we need you as they were practising them ass whooping on rules. My mom actually got got beat so they may be one seven days as weapons and they weren't real some of them really were like the other part was based off this man's real family family history and that was real in some of it was just like Stuff that might not is just stolen. It's stolen from other people's lives but his real stuff. Yes toby cool to take another nickel. Toby and Kutu entire the same person you didn't know onto this fiction and shit shit remember. His name was Kuta Canton and he played into real news real person supposedly. I don't tell his post. Also be a real person. Yeah as his ancestors now that you think about who. WanNa Fuck Carl. Toby was a white man he yes that was as yeah beat them. beat him to change to watch. I don't swear you didn't just. We did all black and white. TV Girl in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine scared the dog shit on me because that's how we got whipped Um Car life as a slave narrative do you know anything about the the slave who mailed himself from wasn't a Alabama box Jackson bounce. Vox something you heard about him. I have read the bell. Who's telling me about it? He moved immelt herself itself from some part of the south to piss veins. So he can be free googly DSL Israel and and didn't they start like in having to inspect the mail because other because what a happy world that's how they get a lot of negative free but he went on a fucking feel true free from my seven. I'm like why don't fuck you tell. Everybody turned into like a actively abolitionist abolitionist He just told a fucking secrets though area than they gonna try to get mail. There was like now return to sender under. They still were able to get away with a lot of cases because abolitionist would run the male ex. Check it's like box. I say. Say say they slave melt his happened to box slave melt himself his self in box. Soleil still got free that way. They just like because abolitionist started working. The Male Fox Brown Henry Box Brown. There is so funny eighteen fifteen to June fifteenth 1897. Yeah he wrote a junior slave escape to freedom at the age of thirty three by arranging to have himself mailed in a wooden crate and eighteen. Forty nine to abolitionists awesome Philadelphia Pennsylvania for short time. He burnt his hands. So we can get out of work and winning jumped in their boxing. Who mailed him he said a friend or somebody mighty mailed them but I remember him because I was reading the other day and he was saying they had box all upside down there eyeball swollen up in? And he's saying somebody say I wonder what's what's in this box and say say one time some people some white male setting a flipped box office. He's who he were happy house like Nick. If you you too bro We got you. Thank God they won no fun mechanism. Nobody farted before nineteen thirty two. No they couldn't be the Great Depression caused him a while to get there. He didn't WANNA west breath smell like it is. He had to get on a couple of horses white people backs and they. I don't fucking know how. Yeah it was a week trying. Everything was braid. Can you imagine them have to take a sheet and yes because he would have had to. If you see denise she he had a little water SIPTAH. That's fucking crazy. I'm just glad he. He wasn't a snore. That's a good point. Yeah that would be so terrifying. I couldn't imagine not only you cooped up and like like that but just the fear of getting caught for weeks the physical shitty slavery is yeah Nigga male yourself not knowing how to fuck that's GonNa go stop doing. Another fucking CEO. Does a place in anything else knowledge. You can draw on us. Slavery Blacks Apollo capper. Nick Cabernet what do you think about what do you do. You saw the workout. They hear that was right. That's good for him because because they were trying to set a trap for them. Yeah it was. It was a whole traffic there. And then I'll bet you the next day to defame him being like Oh he can't play he wheat this that and the third so so he moved it just so he can prove that you cannot. You cannot write the narrative that I am not ready for the NFL that that. I still have arm so what was let me ask what why move move. What was the big deal about moving? Because we're trying to have it it. It was specifically. And that's like forty five minutes from Atlanta and this the falcons-packers practice facility in general and so four five minutes from Atlanta and in order to be a part of that when he would have to sign this waiver to say that he'd never sue the NFL. Okay right and so then he'd also have to What he didn't he couldn't train his own people he'd get this random heat? Just get like a guy that he'd be thrown a ball to you okay. That he wouldn't have known and he would have. It would have been like a two hour lock to do all of that to do to work out and The there was this black guy Given given to him by the NFL yest- before my daughter the WHO. I don't like Cleveland Browns. But he would have said whole workout for him so he would have had no say about workout and none of his people to help him do it and he was like Whoa. This could be a trap because you can give me somebody who can't catch somebody. Nobody who will slow down when I throw throw throw loan and make me look bad right and then I don't know what type of work trying to have me. Do you work out. That you know aren't art good for me and you that workout look. He knew it in the the the drills that he ran himself so they moved into like a high school where the journalists could all have their camps cameras. You didn't want you to be able to be like. Oh well he wasn't that good then. There's no there's no camera evidence. NFL The narrative was is. We're going to give this man an opportunity but they were awesome bullshit from the second. They said they were going to do it. They didn't contact Colin Kaepernick until or his people before. They decided that they were going to do this so they sent out to reporters. Hey we're going to do this thing. Be Beyond beyond look out. We're going to make this big announcement right. They sent that to reporters before they told Colin Kaepernick that they were GonNa give him a tryout and I'm using quotes and and then tell you they didn't tell them to Thursday and then they were GonNa have it on a Saturday..

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"kuntae" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"kuntae" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

"Brittany, Eric. They literally Chinatown like a few weeks ago. We're like not had my chopsticks and we had dumplings and it's just like these really full circle moments, and I get to sit back and revel in the fact that like this is something that would have made my childhood self really proud. I think he would have been overjoyed you and reading rainbow. Were the catalyst for that from yet? I can't say that I would have been able to be as open and receptive to the changes in moves that have occurred in my life over the past few years. If I hadn't had the motivation to wanna go inexperienced things that you showed me on TV when I was a kid. So that is why I begged Eric, Britney. Let me come in the studio until you that you have had one of the biggest impacts on my life and we've literally never met, but I think you so so much for like existing being lavar Burton and being that man on my TV during reading rainbow. Wow, I am bold by that that that was amazing. What a great story. I'm glad you liked it. I love it next time. I'm in New York. We're going to Chinatown me. Yes, we are tweets, you all the time. Two. Chinatown are, and we'll get some dumplings. Sounds good to me that you go. He knows what his spot. Wait. So the three reasons why you lavar Burton? Yes. Are the goat the greatest of all television? These reasons are one Kuta made it impossible for Americans to dismiss the.

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

"Slash the not borough furniture that's fit for modern life at home. All right, so ago. So for our third reason, actually going to switch it up a bit. I would like to think that Britney and I made some very compelling arguments I got to share with you. How roots include to say mitt whole lot me growing up? Yes, I got to talk about how I frequently put my mother's banana clips over my is trying to be Jordi LA, forge Star Trek, the next generation. But when it came to the final reason as we were talking about it, one of our producers shared a story that was just so beautiful that we had to bring him in to tell you himself. Yes, yes, yes. So we would like to introduce to you Mr. Wallace, MAC, MAC, bring us on home, hey, lavar how you doing? What's going on. This is this too is have you ever been appearance? Not on threes. Why. Well, when I heard that they were going to be talking to you, I like literally was like, there's no way y'all are going to talk to levar Burton, bring me in the studio, so south air Britney for having me here out Eric, Brittany shoutout air can bring. Like they say in church, I'm not gonna hold y'all loan, but I do wanna get us into reason number three, why lavar Burton is the greatest of all television. You used a really unlikely medium television, which people thought would kill reading to actually teach a love of reading to countless children and that had real tangible affects on our lives. So anybody listening doesn't know what reading rainbow as which I don't know why you would be listening to not know what Rita rainbow is, but reimb- what was this educational children's television series and it came on PBS kids, a hundred and fifty five episodes over twenty one seasons of you reading to us. And one thing I do want to acknowledge that the theme song for Rita ramble, all versions of it were hit shock Akon. Version is pretty dope..

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

"Oh, my gosh. Well, I read that there was one area of Geordies life that you thought was like the representation of that area on, you know, was lacking on the show and you said it was his sexuality is romantic life? Yeah, it always rubbed me the wrong way. If you really look at it, Jordi is a black man was the only member of that crew that wouldn't have in sex? Right? Klingon was having sex. Troy was having sex Reicher had sex with everything moving. That's true. But card was always getting some data had sex with tasha Yar Jordan couldn't get any for me. That was a sub-conscious omission. Yeah. We all have our native biases whether we are aware of them are not. And on a writing staff and creative staff of all white men did it surprise me? No. Do I believe they were conscious of probably not. What do you think that viewers would have gotten out of seeing. Jordy in more romantic situations, they would have, I think, gotten some of of that unconscious information that that sexuality is a normal part of this man's experience to directed a lot of episodes of deep space nine. And I happened to direct an episode where we had a romantic seem, then it was really important for me to portray this moment depict this moment with tenderness and Loveliness and ease and grace and humor. That was an image of black love that I hadn't seen enough of in in my television diet through of my life. So I want that to be a part of the lexicon. I'm wondering what images did you see growing up that you, you know that you saw but wanted to sort of move beyond or correct for when you were thinking of your portrayal of Geordie? That's exactly it. I didn't see a lot of positive images of black masculinity. In the media growing up. And so I felt it was given an opportunity, my responsibility to try and create some. It's so key that you said black masculinity, because when I think of Geordie, I think if somebody who is an actual leader, I think somebody who has a sense of humor, somebody who's highly capable, but also somebody with a kind heart and it's rare that you see all of those qualities together when you think about media portrayals of of black, masculinity and I think it's so key that you made that specific distinction. It has been one of the joys of my professional career genuinely playing playing this character. Sorry. I'm just like, I'm having all these memories of be walking around my mom's headbands over my eyes..

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

"People like fiddler learned how to survive slavery. We, we have given short shrift to to that compromised character, and we have been given an image of of that archetype from the oppressors, and it is skewed our vision of who we are, but this is the time of the awakening and we are waking up now to who we are in roots paved the way for that routes had a very important rule in this current emergent consciousness. I'm here before it came out, like how much did you have a feel for just how complex and new thing it was that you that you had worked on? I knew during the filming of it that it was that it was different on a film and television set. The makeup trailer is is sort of the heartbeat of the set. It's where the actors gather in the morning. They come there after lunch to get a touch up. And then they take their makeup off at the end of the shooting day. And so it is a safe space for actors. And I knew from my time in the makeup trailer that people like Dr my Angelo Cecily Tyson, Moses Gunn g to come Buca all of these performers that I had revered my entire life. We're talking about how special this was in their storied careers how this was the first time for them that they felt like they were telling the story of slavery in America more telling our story from our perspective and that was new for them, and it certainly was new for me. I mean, they're, they're, they're perspective really opened. My eyes Meyer understand is actually that you were still in college when you got this role? I was, yeah, I was. I was a sophomore studying. Theater roots was my first professional edition. It's a hell of a debut. I must say. It is. I, I mean, I used to say back in the day if I had been given an opportunity to to dream up my perfect break into the business, I would not have dared to dream that big. I don't know how you can listen to all this and not feel confident in this first reason that you lavar Burton are the greatest of all television. That reason being that your performance of Kuta canton added a human element to the slave narrative, making it impossible for Americans to dismiss the realities of slavery that that's my piece Britney. Britney. Are you ready to take it further? I'm ready. I'm ready. You're my hands now lavar Mr.. Berg. I'm with you. I'm with you. Okay. So the second reason that you lavar Burton are the goat. Jordy LA forge taught us that space is for black people. Right. Okay. So I wouldn't necessarily call myself a Trekkie, but I did watch my fair share as child of Star Trek. The next generation I love that show on this show you played Jordi LA forge, who was the helmsmen of the ship, the starship enterprise. And later the chief engineer of the starship enterprise Jordy was a person who's blind. And because of that, he wore a visor which is a tool that allowed him to see the visor itself actually kind of look like a like a fancy metal headband. And this visor became like a major piece of Star Trek iconography and it made Jordi one star Trek's most memorable characters, like I mean, like it's like spock's ears to George visor. I never thought of it though. Yeah, you're right. I'm saying that's what we're here. We're here uncover, uncover untold cruise. Anytime Picard was like, okay, how long it's going to take us? Jordan knew the answer. How did you go? Jordan? Knew the answer reaction sequence corresponding to specified norms magnetic plasma transferred to war field generators, programmed specs commander. We should be going like on a hell. Jordi is a depiction of a black person in space that is uniquely memorable and conic. When I think of who comes before Jordy you have like your Hora from the first starting trend lane ocal Russsian Star Wars played by the iconic, Billy Dee Williams won the one. There is only one, the one, and only one and only Billy Dee, but Jordi still felt completely new to me. Look, I resent it was just really, really cool, and that definitely gave me something to aspire to, but there was something specifically relatable about Jordi isn't every man. Yeah. Yeah. I think he makes corny jokes..

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

"We are invested in his journey by the time he sees white people for the first time and runs back runs to tell his people. I so white men. Did you say? I said, I saw white. And because of our investment in Konta we really care about what happens next and when he's put on that ship and deposited on the shores of Annapolis Maryland, where with him every step of away we are in like the the gravity of that is that that performance literally changed the way the country visualize what black people experienced that mini series and your performance of Kim Tae gave him hopes, dreams and feelings, and it humanizes him in this way that really hadn't been done for this type of character and not for this audience. Not for America. Routes was Reuss was new information introduced into our American consciousness around how we hold slavery, whether you're black or white, you have a feeling about it and its current impact in society. And so this was a major shift. One of the things I feel like was a part of that shift is the way you and the writers. Really embodied this warrior that you describe this will to fight. I think specifically in is probably one of the most iconic scenes from the film after coup to contain, runs away from the plantation. He's, he's brutally whipped in this attempt to get him to to finally submit to his life as a slave, and they do this by trying to get him to take the name that his master has chosen for him. Your name. What the hearsay. Your name is Toby. You're going to learn to say name, let me hear you say it. What's your name. Kunda coup gene..

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

05:31 min | 2 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Nod

"From gimmick media. This is the not the show about black culture from black MRs biggest. I'm Brittany Lewis and I'm Eric getting. Oh. Well, oh lavar we have to be honest, when we find out that we were going to talk to you, we were thrilled like we were basically. Yeah, because people might know you as the host of lavar Burton threes, your storytelling podcast, where you re piece of short fiction, but that isn't all you've done. No, no. You taught us how to read guided us through the final frontier, and you taught us about our history like we grew up with you. You basically raised through television millions of people all over the world from like baby boomers to current middle school students, like you've arguably raised like three or four generations of people I've been. I've been in this game more than a minute, and I've tried to be effective along the way. I would say that over the past four decades, you have been very, very effective. Very few people there. If you celebrities, especially black celebrities have consistently maintained your level of like reach at because of that, we wanted to present to you. Two. Three reasons. The three reasons why you lavar Burton. You are the goat, the greatest of all television. Oh, wow. Yes. Wow. That's huge. All I mean you, you just can't open your mouth and say some shit like that. We got reasons we have support. Okay, we're gonna. We got arguments. We're ready. Well. Okay, we have to point out. Normally this segment of our show is either Brittany or myself, presenting our case track Vince somebody, but today's different tastes can be different for a legend like yourself that just didn't feel like enough. So Aircon are going to work together and we are going to present this to you. This is unprecedented. This is unprecedented this. This never happens on the nod. No, this is new. I'm glad you recognize. Thank I do I do. I'm like, what Britney? Now on the same side is like, this is the first own for you. Honestly. All right, I'm I'm here for it. I'm here for a right. So without further ado it to it reason one that lavar Burton is the goat the greatest of all television. Kuntar Kim Tae made it impossible for Americans to dismiss the realities of slavery, the adding a human element to the slave narrative we're prepped. So we've got to go all in, you are around. So people might not know now. But before routes, when you saw slavery, depict it on American silver or small screens, and they're very clear, trans. So movies like birth of a nation and gone with the wind. Slaves were often depicted as simple or happy or overly sexual is and sometimes violent brutes and jazz bells or even in in in some narrative scenarios, they were in spite of their enslavement somehow perceived as being lazy and unwilling to work hard under the lash, but in January of nineteen seventy seven. All of that changed when the. The entire nation sat down to watch picture roots. The current number one bestselling novel is the television event of the epic story of Kuta contain his descendants. This man enslave from his homeland in Africa, who fights for his own freedom and to define his own and his family's legacy, right? There's no way to over hype. Just how big roots was more than one hundred million people in the US alone washed routes like this was half the country. It was literally eighty five percent of all households who while visions TV. Right. That's crazy to me. We're tuned to roots. Yeah, it was a perfect storm really because it was a particularly cold. Winter malls were closing. It was just there were there were there is a good reason for folks to go home and huddle up because it was just cold outside. And so that combined with this new storytelling style, a mini series. Novel for television. It was just the perfect storm for for what followed as a sociological phenomenon. Not just a television event. It became the national conversation. And when those people tuned in, they saw you lavar Burton as Clinton, Kim Tae nights a happy bumbling slave or a violent sexualize brute, but a man fighting to survive to regain his freedom and to cert- his humanity under this like brutal brutal system. Yeah. The concert that you met was a warrior. When we meet Kuntar. He is. He is pre manhood training. We go through the manhood training rituals of the men Inca people along with him..

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"kuntae" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Sounded really racist i promise it wasn't nipple break that was fascinating that what's that little children's toy thing that like you have to lean and then it goes just like for some reason it starts going straight but you're going like this that's what car feels drive yeah it's like the most interesting there could be yeah seemed more different for like lifting off the throttle in corner than anything hydraulics on and it's it's stiff and if you lifted jetski actually you're the who said it's a gondola with a steering oh yeah i can never tell if it was broken was that supposed to be like agean taking a test drive like one of those new like you've only ever driven like a real shitty car from the sixties getting that like what is that you could buy that in kuntae in the same city the same year that's crazy and you could also get like an alpha juliet is just the box on a box yeah i regretted selling well at the time i had an audi s four that was actually quite lovely beef four six v eight va one and i traded it for that stupid hummer i had i don't even think i met you right after that do that because it was i was just an idiot a hummer was to it was a one daily one in manhattan that's great story right i wrote i wrote it yeah i wrote it because it's i traded the s four for a hummer and then a hummer for many in a manner of three months it was it's very very stupid i remember when you had the mini because you're street park yet thousand i met you and i met this guy who was a street sweeper cleaner for the do department of ten attention yeah and he was and he he knew you were talking about i forget his name is awesome and he always brac he was a car guy hidden yvo and he sweet streets waiver and he's like yeah man and i always sweep the street i see ferris car parked yeah and i'm like really what do you do i mean he's like do you like do you call it central command and tell them to the mini and has fucked and he's like call central command the department of sanitation in new york city are you from the future the yeah people people spotted my cars around various places and leave notes sometimes occasionally they're real creepy like right now with me at great life member grid life when we're going to dinner i think it was three and someone left like a real creepy note there was like when it say israel gang very like i've got a story very very commented but it was really aggressive wow and it's it's nature got the morgan i would twenty eleven if no one had parked over in lower manhattan i'd get a lot of notes memory parts of the middle of the street wants left it like there was like lines to indicate and we parked in between the turn lane nobody cared i got a lot of notes and i would always hoping to be like an early handwriting merely flattered i was always hoping to leave a number once or twice did and then i go to start shames audience stories to work i had guys you wouldn't believe this the note i just got a girl's phone number on it and i call nobody answered and so for the next three or four days i got increasingly like dirty alert lurid notes and i was like wow this is really awesome i gotta i'm gonna park street park saying cancel garage she right to say and i clicked back to the store and the guys are like those from us he's a sixties i believe me all the notes for like a month that's they put the heart over the i hi judy blume covers do we ever think dick dick wants to do we ever think the oh fourtou six gto come collectible no no no and it'll be more collectible to your point before than the firebird of the of similar vintage disagree no i here's why i don't is that you can put holden monaro badges on them twelve right exactly his way weren't suffers from ugly that's the ultimate term it's got a sound good and it's got to be pretty oil do it inside the car that zinc's catty this is the this is the.

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"kuntae" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

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"kuntae" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"High 28 and on friday the sun is back but it too windy and cold again italy 18 eyewitness weather updates times every hour on kyw newsradio he seen right now we'll get down to twelve tonight the investigation underway and costa rica this morning to determine the cause of a plane crash that killed ten american taurus and to costa rican pilots here's correspondent open charter plane went down just moments after takeoff yesterday from kuntae is luka in the northwest part of the country it was headed to the capital of san jose crashed in a mountainous area killing everyone on board officials say strong winds earlier in the day force the pilots to alter their terror a family from new york city said five of the dead americans were relatives on vacation they are identified as a couple and their three sons the private aircraft assessor to oh a b grand caravan popular utility aircraft routinely used for carrying passengers or cargo you want to be these time to 20 1225 it is time for the kyw business report but look if companies to watch in 2018 here's joan doniger bloomberg business company behind box macaroni and cheese ketchup and cool with may wanna do some shopping in the year ahead i believe that marriage would it now ready to take out a new large acquisition conservative quite cooper grow but bloomberg intelligence senior consumer products analysts can shave thinks craft heinz may have food covered he thinks the conglomerate may be shopping for something different stomach company one hundred forty three billion dollar beer unilever justice past february chances are high that may setting its sights beyond package foods cnotes unilever makes household goods things such as shampoos perfumes he says the largest shareholder in kraft heinz is warren buffett's berkshire hathaway so there is plenty of money at hand it is ready willing and able to lend it helped and he says it's likely to happen in the new year craft times when a.

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"kuntae" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"The high a harsh nineteen to start the new year saying clear and cold tonight at twelve and then tomorrow wednesday both featuring some sunshine not as harsh either up to 25 tomorrow thirty one by wednesday wednesday night into thursday a nor'easter will be developing especially far offshore but it could throw back enough moisture that we see some snow especially closer to the shoreline sunshine on friday but it's windy and frigid again just eighteen high eyewitness weather updates eighttimes every hour on kyw newsradio enough turn degrees in the sunshine headed to nineteen this afternoon kyw news time nine fifty four north korea's leader claiming his country's nuclear forces are now real on the more unusual new year's messages is one from north korean leader kim jongun announcing he now has earnings real nuclear arsenal complete with a launch what non his desk asia expert author gordon chang what he's been saying with this red button comment is what he had been saying all the lawn and that is north korea has a deterrent the only thing new here is that eu saying he doesn't wanna use his most destructive weapons but he will protect himself and the north korean dictator also seemed to reach out to south korea suggesting he might send a delegation to participate in the winter olympics tom foty cbs news washington then investigation underway and costa rica this morning to determine the cause of a plane crash that killed ten american torres sent to costa rican pilots correspondent handed nobody charter plane went down just moments after takeoff yesterday from kuntae is to lead in the northwest part of the country it was headed to the capital of san jose and crashed in a mountainous area killing everyone on board officials say strong winds earlier in the day forced the pilots to alter their temporary a family from new york city said five of the dead americans where relatives on vacation they are identified as a couple and their three sons prided airplane chefs get grand caravan of popular utility aircraft routinely used for carrying passengers or cargo kyw news time nine fifty five the kyw business report now of course us markets closed today for the new year's holiday with local companies to watching 2018 here's john joan doniger bloomberg business name tender which brought you the mario brothers franchise in the latest hardware on which to play those games.

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"kuntae" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Along with a ballot initiative as well doug cope wbz newsradio 1030 wbz news time 548 according to an iranian lawmaker to more protesters are dead and others are wounded after a demonstration yesterday over the government's handling of the economy protests began thursday and of expanded to several city sense with two other protesters killed earlier in the weekend senator lindsey graham says the protests in iran show the nuclear deal is not working the people are not getting the benefit of sanctions relief they're more upset with their oppressors than ever the money from santion relief has gone into rebuilding the iranian military in there's destablizing the midday iranian authorities say hundreds of arrests have been made an investigation is underway in costa rica this morning to determine the cause of plane crash that killed ten american tourists and to costa rican pilots cbs's hennegau dobai has details of the fatal koraj hardly plane went down just moments after takeoff yesterday from kuntae high in the northwest part of the country it was headed to the capital of san jose and crashed in a mountainous area killing everyone on board officials say strong winds earlier in the day forced the pilots to alter their territory a family from new york city said five of the dead americans were relatives on vacation they are identified as a couple and their three sons and former costa rican president laura chinchilla confirming on twitter that the pilot of the plane was her cousin wbz news time 541 lattes a sports to talk about let's get right to it we say good morning and happy new year went to going to charlie burge around in the a stick it com sports studio happy new year to you as well the patriots closed out the regular season portion of their scheduled twenty six two six win over the jets yesterday in foxborough with the patriots very thin at running back dion lewis had a lot of work 26 carries ninety three yards in a score six catches for forty yards a second touchdown multimonth on account of your day and i've got a climate pays for the team.

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"kuntae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"kuntae" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Hour reporter ryan liz them breaks down his phone call from anthony scaramucci who was at least briefly white house communications director i'm going to fire everyone on them and then you have in predicted anybody kuntae close would require over the next few weeks that's next time on the new york ring tomorrow morning at ten on 939 fm wnyc one simple mistake they've live but not everyone fortunately my daughter forgot day about how the bought a thin of time now to be inside the temple when the shooting actually occurred five years after the agreed math occur at a thick temple assigned remembers the day and the father he lost in the shooting next time on the take away with the afternoons at three on 939 fm this is morning edition from npr news i'm david greene an army to martin good morning and david the president's gone on vacation today it is august after all but he before he took off he got one more campaign style rally in right this ten in west virginia yet organism supporters talking to his supporters about healthcare in about immigration but he also spent a lot of time lambasting the russia investigation he blamed democrats for highlighting this question about whether it's campaign colluded with russia they're trying to cheat you out a bell leadership you want with a fake sir sorry that is the meaning to all of us became the president's words a fake story but there is this development special counsel robert muller has now turned to a grand jury in washington dc as he pushes forward with that russia investigation all right so what does that mean empires camera keith has an answer that question for us hey tam good morning i'm the before we get to the ins and outs of this grand jury you at trump's rally last night in west virginia i imagine whole lot of try andrew trump supporters who don't care so much about the russia investigation at he sure got a lot of applause when he talked about at the investigation are or is he called it the russia story being a total fabrication you know that probably the biggest applause line of the whole section about russia is when he said that prosecutors should really be looking at hillary clinton's emails in the paid russian speeches and then there were the chance that we all remember well.

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