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Fresh update on "lowery" discussed on Pat Walsh

Pat Walsh

01:32 min | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "lowery" discussed on Pat Walsh

"Groove with BC And For Pat with Ken Dog in for Kin Dog. Yeah, I'm always in for myself. Yeah, we've been talking about sports movies. One came to mind. I finally remembered at Freedom's fury. It's a documentary. It's not a fiction, right? It's about Olympic water polo. The 56 Olympic Games Hungary vs Russia when there was big turmoil between those countries going on. Yeah, very. It gets very deep into athletes defecting in all this is well worth watch. Check it out. Chance. Yeah, definitely. Check it out in my wheelhouse. Yeah. What are you reviewing these days? Kindle. We've got two big ones coming out. If you're up to the movies, the first one is the jungle cruise. I want to see it real bad and I'll tell you what. Based on the trailers, I was like we were talking off the air about Sailors and whether or not I'm glad I didn't take the trailers. Trailer made it look really cheesy. Yeah, I am glad I'm wrong. This is a fun movie. It's a throwback. It has a little bit to C. G. In certain places you get used to it, and the rest of the production is great. It's a throwback to anything from Stephen Sommers. The money Raiders lost Ark Queen and it honors the movie. Or the right the right the right. My favorite Disney, right? Yeah. It does A great job. Good. Dwayne Johnson plays the captain on this and they're all looking for this famous tree of life. Basically, they've they've in the Amazon. It can heal anything. And so you have undead can kiss the doors. You have a Jesse Plemons plays this German prince who wants it for his. You know Jesse Plemons from Friday Night Lights? Yeah, He's great. He is. They're all good. It is so good. And the chemistry reminds me of something like Hepburn and Tracy. I don't know if it's that good. But it's very really very snappy. Yeah, very snappy. And it's really, really good. And again. The puns are there. Oh, my God. The puns like you'd hear on the ride. I'm coming up. You see the backside of one And that was there. And one of my one of my favorites is like this joke is like, okay, you know, um My old girlfriend and I had it was cross eyed. We had to break up because we couldn't see eight. I and I'm pretty sure she was seeing somebody on the side. It's like, Oh, God, this girl Oh, man, it's but it's great because his entire audiences like to so we're all laughing at me at 4.5 out of five, because it's just a fun, fun movie. Wow, definitely worth. It's not just the effects all over there, but it's everything. It really works. Excellent. And then finally, there's something I really like. But it's not for everybody. It's called the Green Knight and it's directed by David Lowery, who did the great redo of Pete's dragon. Okay, among other things, and this SARS de Patel is a gallon the green who goes up against the green knight. The poem. You know, I don't know if you've heard about its author, and Lori basically. Um, it's a It's kind of this what it means to be a night He cuts off this green nights head at his request. The green Knight then picks up his head and says, You come back to me in a year and I'll return the blow. Okay, It's based on a poem and Arthurian legend and stuff, but they grounded in reality in terms of the characters, But it's this fever, dream of imagery and disturbing. It's almost like a horror film. But not quite. I'm reminded of the shining in terms of the kind of dream like sequences. Not a lot happens in terms of action. That's the thing If you're expecting an action fantasy, you're not gonna like it's more story. Yeah, story and it's a fantasy story. Rama. Uh, you know, I had to adjust my expectations. But after I did, the cinematography is gorgeous. Patel is fantastic as a gallon heat. I mean, it's just a very well done movie. It's not for everybody, though, and it's just one of those bold adult choices out there. In fantasy that you don't see very often, and that gets four out of five for me because it is definitely it's definitely we're seeing on the big screen because the director writer knows exactly what he's doing. Alright, definitely worth it. Thank you for the recommendations, and I love your passion for the movies. Kin Dog. Thank you for having me dogs. Movie house dot com. That's where you find kin dog when he's not in here every Friday night. NBC again. It's been such a fantastic time. I thank you so much. I thank my buddy Pat for giving me the opportunity. I think the kfbk management I thank you. For listening, calling in not Let me feel like an idiot all by myself tonight. Appreciate that. And, uh, my, my big thank you. The young lady over to my left making. It sounds so good, Kendall Way to go love working with you. Thanks so much. Hey, patch back on Monday. Thanks for tuning into the Pat Walsh Show on news. 93.1 K f b k B c Good night. 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The Surprising Upsides of Self-Deception With Shankar Vedantam

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:22 min | Last month

The Surprising Upsides of Self-Deception With Shankar Vedantam

"The starting point for my expiration here was a very unusual story involving a con called the church of love and in the course of investigating the khan and how it worked. I came to understand that. Self-deception can sometimes help people. Even though we generally think it can't can you tell us that story. Sure of course so. The church of flowers a very unusual con that unfolded in the united states in the seventies and eighties at its heart was conman named donald lowrie. He was a balding middle aged guy. Living in a small midwestern town he was also a writer and in the early seventies he invented various characters literary character as young women and he called these women angels and then somehow he hit on the idea of writing love letters in their voices. Two thousands of men scattered across the united states. Many of the men receiving letters believe there were corresponding with real women. Some of them fell deeply in love with the people they were hearing from many of them sent in huge amounts of money to support the women that they believe they had fallen in love with and the most remarkable part of the story is that madonna. Larry was finally arrested and brought to trial on charges of mail fraud. Several members of his organization which was called the church of love showed up at the courtroom to defend him. And i found this astonishing. Why is it when the con is being revealed. Why would the mock show up to defend the con. Man and in some ways was starting point for my expiration of the potential value. That self-deception can sometimes play lives. Why did they show up to defend them. Well i think for some people. The church of love had become so central to their lives. Such an important part of who they were. These relationships were so valuable to them. These men believed that. They had found their soulmates They had found an anchor that giving up those anchors and those soulmate seems unbearable. A couple of people at lowery's trial said that the letters from the angels had saved them from alcoholism and drug addiction to people said that they were on the verge of committing suicide and the letters had pulled them back from the brink. And so i in many ways. The story of the church of love is how self-deception can sometimes aid us in moments of great crisis or great peril and those moments. It becomes easy for us to see how self-deception can sometimes play a solitary. Roy lives

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Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat Remain Engaged In Kyle Lowry Talks

First Things First

02:17 min | 4 months ago

Los Angeles Lakers, Philadelphia 76ers, Miami Heat Remain Engaged In Kyle Lowry Talks

"Today's trade deadline. Now do seven hours away outs. Lawn of the name watching closely. We're watching closely as kyle lowry. Look so listen won't is reporting that the lakers are actually asleep routine to get him in the east to get him out there with the lakers in the east though it appears it's the sixers and maybe the miami heat in that mix. So here's kyle lowry on. What likely was his last game with toronto last night it was kind of weird tonight and not knowing what the next step would be just with. You know understanding that there's things that could possibly be done On the front of me and then other guys in our team and normalization. So it's kind of weird. I'll be honest with you but you know it was. It was great to get a win. it was great. It felt good to be out there. And you know i. It would have been of course. Of course it would have been crazy or if it was in toronto. I'm assuming i i would. I would think but It was it was different tonight for sure. I mean who knows what's going to happen like i'm not knows what's going to happen but it's definitely for sure different. All right we got crisper sar joining us now for sorry good morning which contender would benefit most from adding kyle lowry. You said the three philadelphia. Miami and the lakers less. Toss out miami. Because with or without kyle lowry. They're not winning the east much less the nba finals. They're just they would improve. No doubt were not enough. They wouldn't be good enough all right. So i'm tossing him out. I'll go to the west. The lakers this would be huge because in addition to bringing a championship pedigree more leadership. Defense toughness kyle lowry. Bring three point shooting. And they're lacking in that their twenty second in the league in three point percentage twenty-fifth if three point tips. He's any thirty nine percent or seven threes a game in toronto this year. Dennis schroder playing well but only hitting thirty two percent of his three point attempts so lowery would really feel a need for the lakers.

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Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

Reveal

01:16 min | 5 months ago

Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

"At promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration a very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on Selma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery,

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Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

Weekend Edition Sunday

01:22 min | 5 months ago

Biden signs executive order aimed at promoting voting rights

"Klein. President Biden signs an executive order today aimed at promoting voting rights. It directs government agencies to come up with proposals to leverage federal resource is to expand access to registration and voter participation. The order is being issued on the anniversary. Of the 1965 Bloody Sunday voting rights march across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. Troy Public Radio's Kyle Gass, it reports the pandemic is making this year's annual commemoration. Ah, very different event when the Selma marchers crossed the bridge 56 years ago on their way to Montgomery to protest for voting rights. Cameras were there to document their savage beating by Alabama state troopers. Event organizer Drew Glover says streaming video on soma jubilee dot com will allow viewers from around the world to join the struggle against racial injustice so that ideally, at the end of the event, people will not only have a greater understanding of the history but also a greater drive to get involved and make that change happen. Part of the ceremony honors civil rights leaders C T. Vivian, Joseph Lowery, Bruce Boynton and Georgia Congressman John Lewis, all of whom died in 2020. For NPR news. I'm Kyle Gass it in Montgomery, Alabama.

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"lowery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:39 min | 6 months ago

"lowery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What do you imagine happened in the twelve hours there where law enforcement where something was leaked there and that became a political tool that fast that seem to lend some credence to the idea of somebody being setup because that happens way too fast it was that a political career shouldn't go up in smoke especially that one right. You can speak to the audience for those who don't know this story. Andrew gillum was a special kind of up and comer to have this particular scandal. Blow up the image and illusion of what andrew gillum andrew gillum was going to be. America's next great black politician was he not now certainly and he was. He wasn't even in office and there was speculation about him. Being of picks for me the time didn't know biden would be the nominee. But it was but he was the kind of person in the people would what we're wondering if you're gonna try to run for president in that cycle Ito Very well regarded shrewdly intelligent actively extremely intelligent. Very good at campaigning. Very telling personal stories and linking policy you know people really liked it and still people really like it you know. Look it's clear. I can't report. Definitively that law enforcement the it was leaked. There was an investigation done by the miami beach. Police they interviewed three officers. While said i'd do it. And they closed the investigation so this wasn't to be clear the deepest widest Leak pro of how scott. But we know. And i spoke to candace owens right. We know that she wakes up and receives the police report and my knowledge was offered the photos and turn them down and so within twelve. I mean the the sun's barely off. This thing happens overnight. Sons barely off in now. A sworn political enemy of andrew gillum national figure of massive following has the intimate details of the lowest point of this guy's life before he's even fully discussed it with his wife or anything. It's just it's clear that someone who had access to that information wanted. it outs. Wanted out quickly in a way to harm unquestionable. The other thing that happens right. Isn't that by his own. Admission the sex worker. Travis dyson the escort takes photos of andrew east pasta. He says a part of this mrs. He wanted to show andrew what happened. Clearly he'd overdosed and taking care of you. See you were six. You were and he sends some of the photos to andrews phone in real time. He also send some of the photos and videos to france. Other sucks work. Look you look at the nightmare client. I've got today. It's passed out in the that type bulls. Now there's a conversation we had about whether or not that is a kind or ethical thing to do. Under florida's revenge for laws is a question to had about whether that's illegal thing to do but also not outside the realm. We understand that right. I got it so at some point within the first twenty four hour. Enrico dario head of the proud boys gets one of these photos. It he tells me the he when he found out. When candace owens reports she starts texting around miami now it's been reported. Recently that enrica cario was previously a federal and local sex for the cops in florida. He denies it right but one might imagine whose numbers he might have might have access to these photos that but within a few text messages according to him. She's got these private photos. That aren't even in the police report. And not after that. They're showing up on these right wing walks and so it's very clear that berry sensitive vulnerable information please support was always gonna come out although certainly not twelve hours but sensitive information was very quickly flying around to people who are not in law enforcement and who are right-wing complete opponents of andrew gillum unquestionable. We know it. It's a fact and say you understand how andrew no matter what position. He may have placed in south incomes. Out of this. Go and i got set up. What did you learn about the miami sex workers industry as you did your reporting because that must have been a fascinating underworld is really interesting now. Look i'm heterosexual. Ryan got got a lot of buddies who are gay and you know. I think i think one thing that needs to be understood. Even forget the sexual part of it is is the hookup culture in a way. That's different the way these apps were in more engaged communities that are a little different than it dating communities lesser right that there are many more kind of casual encounters. That happened were quickly with less fewer questions asked. I don't even really know this person's name. No i didn't take them to drinks. I like i think that is important. Context salita understanding. Perhaps how you end up in a room with someone who you don't really know who they are. Let's go and that's not necessarily how it works in that or sexual world even on the apps and so got part of it and and in this specific space in terms of of what sex work and other spaces travis and others. Maybe talked a lot about this right. I was very routine for them to be meeting up with parties of multiple people to be using different types of recreational drugs during all of data. So that so all of the things kind of make this a scandal scandal scandalous. If you exist in this world are like that makes sense. Yeah there'd be drugs there yeah maybe a third guy might be you know again not passing judgement one way or the other but whether gillum should be in the situation or should be doing or not but if if you're frequenting gay sex workers none of these things are outside the realm kind of what normally what might normally app. What did you take away from interviewing his wife and what she experienced here and how badly he must feel about the ways that he hurt and embarrassed her in ways that would cause real rippling damage across families and people who care about her because that seems a special kind of awful for her to have to go through certainly look. Rj gums extremely impressive. She's lovely person. They're warm very intelligent. Really enjoyed time with her. And i think a few things one maybe getting this in the piece a little bit is that they had been dealing with some fractures in their relationship. Even in the run-up to this the governor's race it very difficult for them. Andrew was gone most of it. He asked her to leave her job to join him on the trail. She said no. You got a little resentful is drinking had been increasing in these gots. Alcoholism runs in the family and previously had been very particular about it. He kind of let that go and so she told me she was basically already point where she's thinking. This might be over before any of this and ito. I think that you know you're talking about a level of embarrassment. Things playing out in public having a talk to families. You know as we know when this stuff plays out. There's always gonna be some people are gonna frolic in it. Some people can get defensive. You and then your mom's getting tagged on facebook about it or whatever. The thing is i don't know that that happens specifically rj but like we can imagine we get caught in some embarrassing thing. You're thinking the public perception but also house my ox. Find out about this and so the antioch imagine that was difficult. And and i think that there's a what else to say. I think busy embarrassment is the frustration. There's like how do we work on this together. They have young children zoa father for young children so even at moments and she thought she was leaving which she tells me about. She saving money in aside account. She's rented a airbnb apartment. She's not sure which one of them's going but one of them's going but she's also thinking all right. My children's father was just in rehab for forty days. Am i turn it around in. I leaving now by kicking him right back out. What happened due to the kids. How do they do you think that is kind of partnership that they have to raise children. This.

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"lowery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"lowery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"About your story you know. I haven't talked directly to andrew r. j. about it out. it's. I can't speak to their own personal feelings right. You know talked to members of their team and other have heard from other people close to them. And to the extent to which i can charity you know can shake some models conversation record but the extent to which i can share a lot of feedback is that people thought i did a fair job right. I'm not gonna blow back from that right. That's not Which is kind of what it. Which as a journalist i went into i get into this in the piece. There are some things that they didn't talk about. There are times when i got other reporting contradicted dominate didn't want they wouldn't engage But but what. I promised them and i promised anyone who i write about anyone who's to look. I want to be fair to you right. i want i want. I don't want anything inaccurate. The piece but also a metro. Take potshots replica. I'm trying to and this is complicated store right. You've got drugs. You got such workers. You've got sex sexuality infidelity race bisexuality politics partisan politics. It's not an easy. This is a story about this. And so knowing that i was going to write a piece that was going to be in part about andrew gillum sexuality and how he figured it out or their marriage and i do want them to feel as if i've been fair to them and my impression is that while i'm guessing assume there are some things like about the piece of who knows what they think how they feel about the reaction to its. I haven't no-one accuse me of being unfair to though. I appreciate that even from that you know. What were the places where you contradicted them that the audience should know about where you were going into places. Factually that ran against their narrative that are important for the audience to know. Because that's difficult to do that reporting and you grow to like these people are trusting you with vulnerability with an intimacy but you also know that their politicians and they've got an agenda and doing what they're doing with you and they're trying to get a narrative out and if you reporting contradicts it that's pretty unpleasant for them. Of course you know. So in this case the gillingham's kind of advanced a specific narrative. What happened that night. Miami it and then also one of the big questions. This came up in our interview and they talked about. This was that there are also debating. How much of their bedroom and their relationship. They think they owe the public right at this point. He's not an elected official. What may be happening in or not in their marriage. They don't really have to tell us right. And so and so there were solution. Pull between that right that there was some questions. They just weren't going answer about their marriage but then they're also you know they were willing to talk to specific ways about what happened miami but not get into the weeds and the details. So andrew is largely said to me it as well the hall interviews with the two times. He's talked about the miami night that this was a friend of his. They've met several months earlier. He'd been drinking nothing that he thinks. Perhaps he was dropped. He goes he's candidate drink. And who knows in the next all those hours later. He's not wearing closed. The cops there. And that's kind of and so and he said this to me basins jim hall. And so he's thinking it's a setup right by the time he reads the police reports. There's a third guy navien in the room and then the the photos immediately leak get an. It's seems clearly. There's some type of and so what i began doing reporting gripe is trying to apply pressure to each of these little parts right. The first is that it is very obvious that No matter what happened in the room there was law enforcement leak of the details. You know that that these police reports that at the time only law enforcement hat fall into the hands of candace owens another right wing figures within twelve hours. Reports aren't even finalized yet. It's obvious that someone you in the miami beach police or close to them. You know wanted to stick it to him right to the extent to which keeping status setup that they're sm- evidence suggests there's some in terms of what actually happened at night in the room before my piece the other man in the room. Travis dyson had never spoken on. the record. never really spoke on the record. Think the miami new times called the day after he entered one question right and so i called him and talk to and then she said none of this was a very different store with andrew saying. Is it true we'd met on the app grindr. We've met up a few times for purely sexual interactions. Sometimes were involved. That he basically says. I didn't set up. Andrew noticed wasn't innocuous no we weren't longtime friends like this was what it looked like is basically dyson says And it oh and dyson you know has better be text messages or other things that he says back that up. He's not it all it's not purely a. He said she said terms of the facts might be and at that point. The gillam stop engagement. They didn't want to respond. The made very clear. We're not gonna get back and forth with him. We've said what we're going to say And so in this case i kind of tried to lay out what people say and let bill reader in mergers smart your listeners and smart right let them think let them decide what they think is more likely given the information they had inside each. How'd you how'd you get dyson talk..

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"lowery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:41 min | 6 months ago

"lowery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Was interesting. I was surprised that i hadn't read this story already somewhere. I was surprised that he was allowed into this intimate place in andrew. Gillum life if you do not know part of this story just know that everything in florida with the santa's could have been a lot. Different was very close to being a lot different and would have been a lot different with somebody who looked like a pretty damn perfect politician for the modern age to win. Florida florida was somewhat different in terms of its political leanings and he was super close to winning and then his life explodes in miami where these things tend to happen in a hotel room. A male escort drugs and his political career seems to go up in flames and what we have in g. q. And i was interested to see it as wesley lowery going into andrew gillum into his marriage and finding out how a marriage survived something like that so he is joining us. Now the author of this piece you should check it out wesley. Thank you for making time for us. Why did you get involved with this story. How did you get involved with this story. And what details can you give us in terms of where it is that you ended up with this because it was a really intimate portrait. I was surprised that they let you into their marriage. that way. Sure you know it was really interesting is so i. My main job is at a. Cbs news sixty minutes. But i write for g. q. Pretty regularly do pieces here and there to cover on. Trevor noah few months ago that's a stop and g. q. Had four it's february edition so the dish it's about to be out on newsstands. Wanted to do a modern lovers you know. All the pieces are profiles of couples. And so they're thinking about the editors talking about all the different. You know who was a good sports couple. What's a good celebrity rush. What the political couple like what would be juicy untold story. So i get a call or text from the editor. I work with lee said. Hey do you enter gillum. Like dino is people You have any sense they would ever talk. You know the story kind of feels unresolved as you. Obviously your listeners. Know you know he gets Has this scandal rock right before. Kobe hits in march where you know. There's an overdose in a hotel and he's there seemingly naked passed out. There's less score what's going to happen. Goes off to rehab and it all kind of disappears. But there hadn't been much pow up. Him and his wife did one interview with tim hall but there were still offensive so they found they said hey. Do you know them. Could you figure out how we would even make the ask. And so i you know the reality is journalism. World is small latte journals. World is eight times smaller than that. Gotta remember andrew was the cnn commentator after he After he lost the race and was kind of a dc fixture as well on dc fixture and so is a matter text messages before. I figured out who the right person to ask. What say who's working with andrew. What's going on. Get on the phone. And i gotta be honest at the time. I'm thinking because they ask wasn't even i would piece. it was just. Can you figure out how jichi makes it asked. I'm thinking this story is messy. I feel bad for whoever ends up doing this. There's all types of stuff here this is going to be terrible ended up getting andrews people. Having conversation with his manager may conversations manager. She goes you know. i think they might be open to it. Would you be open to be in the right And feel of course in that moment of hubris. You're like of course. I'm the one right. Of course he wants to be me and then so you say yes and immediately go. What did i sign myself up for. This is going to be a total total mess and so i went out to tallahassee right. The tuesday before thanksgiving sat down. You don't again. I kind of pitch this to them. And i think the final product stands up this way as a profile love. Their mayor trite. That miami was going to be a part of it but that it wasn't going to be the whole story. The intent wasn't to do whole burnt down. Just a miami. I wanted to know how they met what they want do beforehand. How they get to that white. What's going on afterwards. So sat down with them and they did while there are certainly some things triple get intimate. Certainly some things. They didn't go into detail about or places where they kind of cut things off. They were very vulnerable about a lot in their relationship That now some of that. I like to think is because i'm pretty good interviewer but some of it. I think also is just it. They were willing to share if they wanna do a profile about their marriage they wanted it to seem like they were participating and so we sat down for hours. Talk for hours. Transcribed read it over. And then i began doing the rest of the reporting to try to figure out. You know what might happen. That night miam- why did they do it. You know it's a really interesting question. I don't know you know. I do think that. I do think that all people certainly politicians And i think also people sometimes you are having to publicly grapple with identity in one way or the other i think control over their own individual narratives stereo or one thing. That's true about gillum situation. Is that everyone's been talking about them out in public in the streets for our law right thing happens. Everyone sees everyone's talking. And so i do think that. Sometimes there's something that's attracted to the idea of even if this kicks some of this back up we get to say our peace and one at a ten people believes are side of it or for it. It's let's better than none of that. I also think frankly in all of this you know you look at this scandal or order this incident right and i think i write that. It's a scandal. It's not just about sex about sexuality right that it's not just injury. Maybe step down and his wife. The implication is is he even interested in her maybe his really at so i do think especially for his wife. I think there was a lot to be said for began to speak for herself. To defend the even. They didn't want to go into every little detail to be able to say. No we have a marriage. This is a real marriage. This is a and i. You know i think very often. I've written a covered all types of different stories. Very often people. If they think they're gonna you're gonna let them speak for themselves and they're going to be fair to them. Most people want to talk. It's about convincing them. that That you're going to be fair to..

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"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

05:49 min | 9 months ago

"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

"They said that that was improper for the district judge to do that and overturned it basically and so that sixty extension is no longer in place in the state of wisconsin and the general idea. Democrats are saying look if ever. There was a time for us to do things like this at the last minute cova is it. A national pandemic a global pandemic and the gop response to that is cova doesn't give federal courts this authority to rewrite state election laws and so really pennant protecting the states and their their ability to to be sovereign and run their own elections. That's gonna be what all of these cases come down to. Is there kind of three players here. Federal courts state courts and these state legislatures in state legislatures. Up the rules for how they're elections. Go it's what the constitution tells them that they have to do in that they get to do and they're going to be questions about whether or not. They're messing with the election too soon before the election. If they're confusing voters. Which frankly i think we can all agree. Voters are confused in various states at this point so this wisconsin case was a big deal because a couple of reasons. You pointed out justice kavanagh's opinion and justice. Kavanagh did in his opinion is he basically said that the constitution kind of requires federal courts so the the federal government to make sure. That state courts aren't rewriting. These election laws so kind of federal courts are putting their hand in the state court candy jar so to speak to make sure that they're not messing things up. And that's a it's a big clash of constitutional powers in our system it's really the federal versus the state and we're talking about elections here. Which is the bread and butter of our democracy and states getting to decide that for themselves and courts at the federal level of intervening there and that idea that cavenaugh spoke about comes from bush v gore. And it's an opinion that hasn't been cited except for once in a dissent by justice..

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"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

05:48 min | 9 months ago

"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

"Origen. This is our last episode before november third election day and back in august. Jen psaki made an interesting point from the point of view of democratic strategist about the role of social media in the election. Let's listen a lot of how trump and his team will be communicating with these people. We won't see because so much of it will happen on facebook and platforms where all of us are not the targets. It's almost like it's an a dark underbelly of this whole campaign because it's not like we're waiting for the willie horton ad on tv although there could be whatever but like this is all happening communicating engaging with the cunanan folks cunanan plus. We don't even other cunanan is happening in social media platforms were. The algorithms are driving growth and driving re sharing. But you and i won't see it. We won't even necessarily know about it. So jen as the one who studies and teaches this for a living. What do you see happening on social media in the final days of this campaign that the general public may not be aware of. I think the notion of a dark underbelly is very real and one thing we have seen for three years. The three year anniversary was just last. Week of cunanan is that it does exist. And it's wild. That cunanan was able to thrive on facebook and twitter and youtube for so long and a lot of people did not know about it. I mean it kind of started getting reported really this past summer in more outlets like the new york times washington post. Because you also don't want to amplify it grew so big and a lot of the reason was because of pandemic. i think a lot of people are online. They're scrolling and going down. The rabbit holes of youtube twitter facebook all of the social media that we consume and all these algorithms we know as have spoken in other episodes algorithms are feeding us a lot of this misinformation and e kind of get trapped and sucked in so there is that component like the conspiracy land component. But there's also memes mui heard professor lynnville from clemson talking about the spicy memes. That are really making the rounds. And i think it's absolutely right..

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"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

05:08 min | 9 months ago

"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

"Sports in protest demonstration that we see now that here you had a black athlete using the platform they were.

"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

05:57 min | 9 months ago

"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

"And the fact that we've spent years under presidents who won votes in the person who they ran against The the way that the senate works supreme court right. They're all types of conversations in our politics. Currently that are fundamentally about. Legitimacy is the system fair are the rules as written fair and voting is one of the ways that i think this comes up frequently that for many people no matter their politics they think yeah just. Because it'd you commit a crime. I mean we should take your right to vote for life or no. We shouldn't be making it more difficult for people to vote. And you're seeing in some ways. A bipartisan and cross patterson coalition around some of these issues even as their active attempts being made by any number of folks to restrict the right to vote and the access to the ballot. Box to your point. Wesley about a lot of folks like to think of this. As a historic issue rather than more recent one thing that particularly interests me as a lawyer is looking historically how these voter suppression techniques and methods for limiting who can access the ballot more easily. And should it be hard how they do get ingrained. Historically and recently in our laws as a part of our institutions and systemically throughout our legal system things like poll taxes and the felony voter laws that we just saw in florida. Play out where the state passed a constitutional amendment giving people who had been convicted of felonies. The right to vote and franchising them and then a gop state legislature. Making them have to pay any fine before they can actually vote in that state and most recently. Our supreme court decided a case in two thousand thirteen. Our listeners also heard me talk about this case but it's hugely important. Shelby county beholder. Where the supreme court essentially gutted section five of the voting rights act that paved the way for a lot of these particularly in the deep south like in my home state of georgia but other states allow states to do things like purge voter rolls as we saw in the most recent gubernatorial race in georgia also changed polling locations at the very last minute or closed down a huge number of polling locations largely in minority communities. And so these things that we're talking about are not just actions that folks are taking. They are entrenched in our laws and deeply ingrained in our our legal system in all parts of it in the courts but also in the legislatures and it's historic but Is continuing to play out and to your point. you know. we're seeing the results of that. Two thousand thirteen supreme court opinion. I think in a number of the examples you gave of what's happening in this year's election preventing folks from getting to the polls definitely certner. So you mentioned tommy. Because i i actually wanted to ask you about that. So in teaming up with lebron he and many professional athletes both male and female they've been instrumental and opening up polling stations at sports arenas across the country and one of the interviews that particularly stuck out to me was the discussion with espn journalist. Maria taylor not just because she's a fellow university of georgia grad go dogs but you guys talked about sports and race and politics and she brought up tommy smith and you interview tommy smith and.

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"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

Words Matter

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"lowery" Discussed on Words Matter

"Love this podcast. Support this show through the cast supporter feature. It's up to you how much you give. And there's no regular commitment. Just click the link in the show description to support now. Welcome to words matter with katie. Barlow and joe lockhart. Welcome to words matter. I'm katie barlow. Our goal is to promote objective reality as a wise man once said everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Not their own facts. Words have power and words have consequences. Our guest today.

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"lowery" Discussed on The Nod

The Nod

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"lowery" Discussed on The Nod

"We're taking a look at the wave of call outs against media organizations by black journalists for treatment and a lack of diversity in newsrooms, joining us for that conversation is Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and Co host of sixty six on quimby Wesley. Lowery Trust me it is conversation. You don't want to miss so without further ado. Here is our chat with Wesley. New York Times Washington Post vote. These publishing powerhouses are the meaning companies being called out for culture of racism, recently, journalists been speaking out against their current and former employers, leading to a wave of high profile departures, journalists. Wesley Lowery joins us to discuss this trend whether he thinks the changes being made last. This is the not. Since uprisings against police brutality have swept the nation. Some have asked pool. Are The people covering these stories and they have any vested interest in black lives. This has led to a major reckoning for American media copies. When The Philadelphia enquirer ran the headline, buildings matter to journalists of color called in sick and protests about a week later. Sandwich Naski, the papers executive editor resigned journalist Wesley Lowery was met with hostility actors employer. The Washington Post reprimanded him. Him For discussing race and politics on twitter long story short now he's reporting sixty six right here on qube today. We're talking to Wesley about this culture of racism in media, and whether he thinks things can change whereas. Thank you so much for joining us today. Of course to be with you guys. I'm curious to start out. Could would you mind telling me a bit about your time at the post? And why ultimately you decided to leave her? So, I spent six years the Washington Post. You know this was a newsroom like every newsroom. That's going through changes in this first of all. We have a president who has been pretty shameless in his. Rhetoric now even me not as like a subjective opinion, just like the things he says are textbook, definition, racist, right and so. It's been a time where a lot of media has really grappled with. How do you talk about that? How you talk about Clare Now? Reports collar typically are like you call us spate space right like. Racist Right, understandably as we all know white people, and so therefore white journalists to might editors are much more hesitant and much more scared of labeling anything that way and there's this concern that like if you call the president that it does that prove that you're biased against him and X., Y. and Z. Right, this has been a moment in a lot of newsrooms where there's a lot of tension between their staffs and their leadership over what's the best and most responsible? Responsible and ethical waiter responded in this moment. I've been someone who likes to have platform. I'm GonNa talk about how we cover these issues and try to pressure the industry. Cover the differently I think that some of my dear friends. The I got tired and then sixty minutes me with an amazing opportunity is like. Don't ask me twice. I'm actually on the day that we are taping this. You released an ad in the Times titled a reckoning over objectivity led by black journalists. Argue but the concept of objectivity is something that sort of created by white enters to the benefit of light readers, and not freaking them out scaring them. Sort of way talked with a little bit more about how that dynamic works and what you propose. I'm as might notice very light. Skinned right you know like my treatment was objectively better than the treatment of a lot of my other colleagues color right I might get my breaking point, which only begins to tell you where a bunch of other people are and people who about alley industry over the course of generations. What we know right is all journalists is based on a series of subjective decisions. So when we're trying to decide journalism, re large has fair. We have to look at who is making a subjective decisions and are the subjected decision line what needs to be covered and what doesn't. So when you look at stories for example like Flint. Michigan largely missed until way late into right there. A question of why was them and to clear for intimate knowledge doesn't have clean water today, and I don't know who is out there reporting on it still right talk to us about how social media and kind of the ability for black journalists to speak directly to the public has changed almost a power dynamic between black. And White Media gatekeepers all of us who grew up digitally native. We tweet everything because of that you very often see black and brown journalist, expressing their true selves and their feelings about these issues in the public sphere, Ernst and unfortunately the culture of the newsroom's is such that are newsrooms only respond to public pressure in public embarrassing. It's what we're seeing is increased number of black and Brown journalists women speaking directly about. About covers, things and then being subject accusative action from their bosses. While the fact that you said this means you're not objective, and you can't do journalism anymore right so the stakes for black people feel really high right now. Obviously, there's called the one thousand nine hundred their uprisings all over the country about racial injustice, in addition to that, we're still being affected disproportionately in unemployment, health outcomes, and we're underrepresented in newsrooms. Talk to me about why it's important for media organizations to be diverse at every level, not just for the people who work there, but also from people who consume the media. Journalism is one of the first means of our collective memory. What we write down whose accounts we record where we apply fresher what we allowed to fall off, and so it's really important that collective memory is telling us a full sweeping accurate portrayal of the tire society, not just what the only white people thought in a moment right the representation of our newsrooms. We know that we got one box checked one hundred times. Like black, we don't actually out of a newsroom Moustapha. People a team that reflects the diversity and complication of our country, and because of that it harms our journalism in our ability to originals, a question that I think many people are asking is how do we expand and continue these conversations across every industry? What's the point of us being at this table if we're not going to get? Get to eat to. The point is not just to be here right? The the point is us to contribute to the industry, and to make our industries be met, and like I said I. Think for too often. The gatekeepers these industries have focused so hard on running out. Those black people are replacing them with more docile black people than saying. I wonder why every black every life. Has Saved three complaints. Perhaps we could fix them Wesley. Thank you so much. Honestly you share some wisdom with us today I really appreciate it. Where can people find you and your work I have a feeling somewhat close to where they can find us. I am correspondent for sixty six here in the qube Abbas. where I think you are watching US right now I'm on every platform just at Wesley Lowery. Twitter facebook whatever head over to our twitter at the dog show where we will be posting. 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A Turning Point: Race Relations In Sports

The Big Story

10:20 min | 1 year ago

A Turning Point: Race Relations In Sports

"It has now been more than four weeks in George. Floyd was murdered nearly a month since we all watched him. Take his last breaths. It feels like so much is different, but real actionable change that takes time. Many who took to the streets in protests have now resumed their daily lives, so now seems appropriate to discuss how sport will handle affairs moving forward. As North American teams and Leagues Continue Their Return to play processes. It is vital that the conversations and promises made when the racial issue was hottest that they do not go away. In a few moments, we will welcome in our panel to discuss how that should happen, but first a look at how we got here in the first place. He will have color have been argued about beliefs, and that's not right. That's not right by any was standards. The point he was making gut twisted from the start. The beginning when Colin Kaepernick I made is public protests peacefully heap I sat on the bench during the national anthem to bring awareness. There's a lot of things that need to change once one specifically police brutality. There's people being murdered unjustly and not being held accountable. It was the summer of two thousand sixteen, when he bursts truly used his platform as an NFL quarterback to speak out against systemic racism by police in the weeks leading into that preseason payment. San Francisco capper Nick had watched. We all had. To white officers pinning down Alton Sterling. And pumping. into his chest and back. He saw the traffic stop in Minnesota when Philander Casteel was killed in front of his girlfriend in charge. And captured it could not understand how mental health therapist Charles Kinsey could be shot by police when he was lying on the ground with his arms up in the air, people of color have been targeted by police. Cops are getting paid leave. For killing people. That's not right. That's not right by anyone's standards. And yet from the beginning law in. pre-game gesture was misrepresented and downright manipulated. The Christ came that he was disrespecting the flag that it was a slap in the face to military personnel. But when active soldiers pointed out, they serve to provide their citizens with the freedom of speech that capture nick was exercising. That narrative quickly was quashed when army veterans who had been in battle, echoed that very sentiment out of national football league buildings team needs I would be disappointed if any of our players didn't stand up for the national anthem personally. I, look at that as a salute to the people who have paved the way for us. Our Organization believes that. You should. Respect the flag and so you'll save those individual decisions to expression show. On individual form. And that became the prevalent message. Don't do it here. Stick to sports. The underlying tone. How dare you protest without our approval we're. Do you get off? Colin Kaepernick criticizing anyone in another uniform. Right the men and women lead for this, I- scenic. First hand. For. Somebody do that to get paid millions of dollars. It's ridiculous. Cabinet remained undeterred. United States Army Bet. Nate! Boyer who did tours of duty in Iraq, and Afghanistan encouraged him to kneel and not sit. By, taking a knee voyeur told him you show your respect for fallen brothers that way. So capture nick did. And then more NFL players followed. And yet the public and political conversation in the US would not steer toward police brutality. No matter how much star athletes peacefully attempted to. And the leader in America's biggest chair. Amy Shirley Wouldn't you love to see one of these NFL owners? When somebody disrespects our flag to say, get that son of a job appealed right now out each fire. I! Capture Nick became a source of division for standing up against injustice. He hasn't taken a snap since that twenty sixteen season. And at this year Super Bowl USA. Today's jared bell minced no words on why that is I. Think it's pretty obvious. He's been blackballed for Colin Kaepernick not to have a job is just. It's the worst look for the NFL. No conversation was more dominant inside NFL. Locker rooms that season than the Kapernick one teams are made up of players of all ages of all backgrounds of so many ethnicities. If you actually want to listen to different perspectives. If you're an athlete who would want to hear what your peers had to say, there would be no shortage of takes to soak in. But fundamentally the want would be to understand capper knicks fundamental point. After George Floyd one of the League's biggest stars reminded us that many still didn't I will never agree with anybody disrespecting the flag of the United States of America or our country. Maybe that was the crossroads moment because the reaction to. It felt like something had changed almost as. That won't cut. It anymore drew. brees in the rest of the NFL were told right away, the new. Orleans quarterback came under fire. The players in the league had just about enough of the establishment silence. They had captured message. They were not gonNA. Let owners and Roger Goodell get away with it this time. Would have other Jewish Knowledge George if I was. I was George Void. Jewish. And say hi in. Regard. To me right. Breezes all pro receiver found Dallas's bruising runner and Houston's electrifying quarterback, and Kansas City Super Bowl Mvp. And Obi. And they all let you know. We. Condemn Racism and assistant. Matic oppression of black people. National League, admit wrong and silence our players from protesting. Also. Black lives matter black lives matter. Like loves. To Have Patrick Mahomes the next superstar the NFL. Front and center. That was massive. And the very next night the commissioner uttered the words you never imagined would happen. We the National Football League Immune. We were wrong for not listening NFL players earlier. And encourage all speak out in peacefully protests. Read the National Football League believe black lives matter. Progress. Probably a step forward. You want to believe so. The day after the commissioner changed his tune, breeze went to social media again. He'd already made his hollow apologies without actually saying sorry, and he finally seemed to be listening to what some teammates had to say, and after all of that even drew brees somewhat stood up to the president. It won't Change Donald Trump of course, but maybe it will make others think. Perhaps it will create more uncomfortable conversations to allow for a greater understanding among all of us. And at the very least it has given others throughout sport. To have the freedom to finally say their piece open believing they may at last be heard. Or country is in, trouble. Basic reason is race. You're seeing an example of future. That's fighting for you for you. Right now a fine for you got a grandfather that march legs. Dr King in the sixties. And he was amazing. You'll be proud to see us all. Got Pushing? Forward Doing Casey marched with his family. Members of Detroit's organization. An NBA coach using his voice. Over in Jacksonville Jaguars personnel were among the demonstrators. North Philly's finest. He walked. Kyle Lowery's we can. Priorities were set. This though. This is just the start. To silence of countless elites spoken loud. Until you see action from an, don't forget by the leaks themselves. We wonder what the real commitment to progress actually is. What capper protests was about from. The beginning can no longer be debated. And it is now crystal clear to all of us that no athlete should just shut up and dribble. Nelson Mandela famously said. Sport has the power to change the world. Since George, Floyd perhaps we have learned that change can come more from our sporting icons using their voice platform in pursuit for justice than any jumper were swing. Or goal or touched them. Stick to sports. Sure let's stick to sports bettering the world in a new way. Let's start hearing the real message now. And most of all, let's not get the words and actions like Hafer. Knicks twisted. When he tried to begin the real conversation. Before US AGO!

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Can black journalists cover the Black Lives Matter movement objectively?

The Frame

05:01 min | 1 year ago

Can black journalists cover the Black Lives Matter movement objectively?

"Is a partisan for the press to say black lives matter news rooms across the country are debating the role that journalists should be playing and particularly when it comes to talking about race in America the twenty sixteen conversation with NPR's code switch then Washington post reporter Wesley Lowery had this to say about the idea of objectivity I don't like the word when we talk about how to be objective we begin the conversation with a lot like we did begin the conversation with the lie that we don't have biases and that we don't receive the welterweights right I strive to be fair and that means I have to interrogate my own biases that fairness means I have to go out of my way to make sure I'm giving a fair critique hearing the people who I know I disagree with journalists at The New York Times revolted over an op ed which many said threatened black lives that same week the Pittsburgh post Gazette barred some of its black reporters from covering the protests over fears that they'd be quote too biased and on the other hand just yesterday the news organization Axios announced that its reporters can participate in protests and that the company fund would cover bail for any employee who is arrested some news rooms across the country appear to be changing fast what could that mean for journalism as a possible to be fair and transparent without being objective I'll tell you this is a conversation that the one eighteen is having a lot and we should note that we reached out to NPR whose standards and guidelines we have bye bye but they declined to take part in the program joining us is Ricardo Sandoval Palos public editor for PBS Ricardo welcome to when I thank you thank you for having me also here is Nicole Hannah Jones reporter for The New York Times magazine covering racial injustice the call welcome back thank you the call start with you in the past couple of weeks past two weeks we've seen several incidents involving newsrooms scrutinizing journalists of color over their inability to be objective here's that word again talk to us about some of those incidents well we saying really three major incidents and and who knows how many others where journalists haven't spoken out about them but we have the case in Pittsburgh and that was where of course to black journalists wonderful one photo journalists want to print journalists were taken off of the beat to be able to cover the protests of the black journalist had posted on social media images of trash everywhere of garbage everywhere and said oh look at you know these looters and then said actually it's it's a Kenny Chesney the end of a Kenny Chesney tail gate and I guess her bosses thought that that was inappropriate to pull her off of the coverage we still have no explanation about why the photo journalist who is also a a black journalists was pulled off of the coverage and then go ahead of well tell me about what happened at your paper the senator Tom cotton's op ed sure so we ran online and op ed written by Tom cotton that was basically calling out for the U. S. military to be imposed on cities and states where the governors did not want that help in order to put down a protest that they felt were violent there was a huge pushback amongst journalists at The New York Times a book of more than a thousand journalists signed a letter put forth by our our our union I'm saying we oppose that in a lot of journalists went and spoke online about it and it was for it was for two reasons one this this editorial did not go through the proper normal fact checking process that any thing that appears in the time should go through but we also felt you we were getting kind of free space to a sitting U. S. senator to suppress their free speech rights of Americans and that that platform should not be given over in that way yeah that this would have been a news story and as a new story it would have been fine but not to allow to be a newspaper and allow someone to talk about using the military to repress free speech I was too far for many of us a lot of journalists were upset about that I remember waking up that morning looking at Twitter and just seeing the operate also the opinion editor James Bennet he resigned on Sunday how significant is that part local I'm you know it's complicated I I've worked with James Bennett and I certainly don't want to speak on kind of internal personnel matters but do you think that was necessary in resigning I I think he made the decision that he felt he needed to make we certainly we as journalists at The New York Times wanted this to be taken seriously yeah and it appears that it

"lowery" Discussed on Longform Podcast

Longform Podcast

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"lowery" Discussed on Longform Podcast

"How're you doing Did you just fly? You're in Minneapolis as I understand. How how long have you been there? So this is my second Minneapolis. The got him yesterday and cover the protests, and then I'll be here for bit and prior to that I was back home in DC. Do Desk work, but then also kind of out the streets doing some street reporting there to what caused you to WanNa make the jump from reporting on protests in DC to reporting on protested in Minneapolis. I is that I always Kinda WanNa get to the heart of the story right and so you look at all these other protests that are popping off and they all are kind of branches that have grown off of the Polis protests, and so for me, if I want to be able to write something that feels definitive, or you know that really helps explain I feel like I gotta get to the. The original source the second thing I'll say is I've covered protests Minneapolis here before. This is the third or fourth major black lives matter related demonstrations related to police killings here, and so this is a city that has a significance within the larger context already right, you have some cities like like Ferguson Missouri that are not as part of the conversation until one of the shootings happens, and then they are. And then there are other cities that are always that right new. York so is somehow involved and Minneapolis is one of those cities where this has now been three or four incidents and Sophie. You're actually telling the definitive story of black lives, matter and this moment you have to have Minneapolis and so to me. That's a big draw like let me go back and see how things have changed. Since last time I was here on the streets with these activists. How's the crowd different at the same? What's going on? Now I arrived full week after George Ford's death. And it would be very easy to parachute in. And only focus on. Writing and destruction and looting and mass protest, and what happens next I think it's a storyteller as a reporter as a journalist. It's important to remind yourself. Where did the stories start? What is the story about? This is the story about the police killing this man. And the best way to remind yourself that is to have the literal first thing you do in the city, though look at the mirror painted this man and look at the ground that you saw in the viral video, and so that was the first thing I did when I got here. Can you tell me at all about that? Experience of going to the Ground Zero what kinds of? Interpersonal interactions you're having like. When you start chatting with some undue say, Hey I'm a reporter. So few different directions so for example on that trip yesterday, right? That stop by is almost like A. Reporting trip for my purposes, but I'm feeling my head, not necessarily my notebook. And so it's different. Right I I didn't speak to anyone that time. Image was literally just going to get the head space, knowing that I'm going to be at that neural. I'M GONNA be at that location, probably for endless hours of course the next day, one hundred degrees. Their district was specifically about like getting the context understanding. In general when you're in a space like this, a protest like this. In I try to be really personal and really. cashable in some ways, if that makes sense, right. Because at the end of the day like protesters are people, they're just people, and what also is true very often. You don't always see this or you can't always grasp this. In the national coverage of these things is that during the day? It's basically a block part right? It's like a community of that. Everyone's coming out and buying a t shirt and listening to music and painting a mural, and then at night is often things. Start to go a little. Go little left until because of that especially. Especially during the day, the reporting can frankly be really easy in terms of talking to people. You just have to remember to do it. Actually talk to them right and ask the question. Why are ask some sort questions, right? Why are you actually hear what he actually specifically want to see happen next? What as opposed to you know? I think sometimes the idea that protesters are in place becomes the story as opposed to hey. These people are saying they want this thing. Which is the real story? One other Little Best Practice Tula trae like total track that anyone can use because I don't know. About you, but. Know One of my. Deepest secrets is that I'm scared to talk to people. Like I'm? Not Good. At like walking up to someone on the street and bothering I feel so invasive. I when I was thinking intern at like the Boston low, I would get sent out to these the most metro stories of all time one time I did a story about it was literally the big ships festival where they pull a bunch of big ships into Boston and had go right like the Saturday Metro Story Audit and that story took me nine hours because I was scared to approach a person big ships to ask them about it. and. I just stood there all dash. Sunday the way I. Get around. That is thinking about protesters. A bunch of people have come there and made signs that they are holding up. They want people to see what's on the sign. So I go Katie Monday. Take a photo of your side. And almost every person then poses for little with their side, and I walk into the hey. Wesley I'm actually a reporter. And would it be I asked you about why it came out your by? Grab your name just for and most people one like having their picture taken especially in a low stakes thing like that right in a daytime protests, words not hyper tense, and they're showing off the message. They want to send and so sure take my photo and then everyone kind of understands caption. Caption information works right. It's like telling me on instagram. Yes, GonNa tell you who I am I want it so suddenly. You're having a conversation. Wait, so, have you been out here? What like yesterday? How was it now? They're front comes over. You. Take a photo there signed to, and so after an hour that you got you know one hundred protests, photos and entered. In, this specific case, these protests, they're happening all over the country simultaneously. How does the sort of fracture geography of this change? How journalists should look at it? How is it changing how you're approaching?.

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

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00:45 sec | 1 year ago

The Latest: Japan PM Abe says country at critical stage

"We three dozen want to nurses go back spread home out here on the lawn to of complete Jacobi hospital the unfinished in the Bronx demanding tasks into more his and nineties ninety five the Reverend masks Joseph gloves Lowery and remained gowns a charismatic I never thought and this fiery would be my first preacher year of we nursing go back that home I would have to be to agitate this scared merry to come to helped work the every Reverend day Martin Luther yesterday king was junior probably the first found day the southern where Christian I was told leadership conference we don't have a mask in and your let size the organization Tony to use any for two are nervous decades afraid to give he her retired full last in nineteen name ninety like seven others but here continue she disputes to fight issues officials such as who war say there poverty are adequate and racism supplies while urging I had black a problem Americans from stealing to exercise my gloves yesterday their hard a little won how rights to rip it out of her by purse registering she was given to vote one down we've to got where to for register the whole day every and over worries the if something border gets on it and like then blood we got to what go to the she'll polls do on if I both have to memories offer family in a garbage says bag he died that's at what his some home nurses in Atlanta say they're from doing natural in a viral causes photo unrelated Mount Sinai to nurses the corona posed virus in garbage outbreak bags the worn Reverend as Joseph gallons Lowery was Julie ninety Walker eight New York I'm Ben Thomas

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"lowery" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

12:52 min | 1 year ago

"lowery" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"The Hell is going. It's easy for a full split. What's clear for a long? He'd been recently because she was in something recently. Apparently in two thousand three she suffered a massive leg injury for the Lizard. Home if you don't have access to the poster for medallion it's not readily available to you. Click on his legs are at twelve and six yard. That's correct maybe maybe eleven forty five and six being generous eleven fifty give you and Jackie Chan is Kinda doing jazz hands. SORTA like Lee Evans is also bill but not seen I think I think he's the villain I think I haven't seen them where she was billed but not seen in the movie poster the great the sonic the Hedgehog Chug poster with James Marsden. Is I build. Its Marsden Kerry no Marsden on the poster. Who is he not on the post? The poster is sonic enough room. Yeah gotTA gotTa Make Room for you. Don't put Schwartz on the post is and you do put at this point movies. Basically about to come out. Yeah sweet according Yeah Eh. It's come it just it just came February fourteenth. Wow we're living post. That's just the craziest story. Yes in recent Hollywood and I people were tweeting me being when I tweeted about it being it's Brad like fans shouldn't have that control of course we're the backlash and I can only imagine Agean. Yes that the paramount like went to the visual studio in Australian was like excite whipping them but it is just crazy where it's like. They released the trailer. It was a calamity moral calamity. The United Nations assembled people are like this cannot proceed paramount airmont was like you're right and then they just went dark and then the comeback and they look like this now. Everyone's like yeah that's fine and it's like the movie look like Shit it. It looks like an alien you stupid but the difference. Everyone's like Santa looks fine. I wasn't expecting good. Looks like the right kind of stupid right right like even the jokes in it. This is the kind of dumb joke I wanted in the new trailer. Jim Carey works better. I was wondering it's because of their design like now all of a sudden that can contextualize this Mr proper like when he looks like the old design it should everyone should be sitting down of being cruel. God meet your tweet at the time. was what a bad approach to making a sonic movie. Any sonic screenplay should start with exterior green rolling hills and then resumed the trailers and opens with the hills him run and took the no music saying. Hey I'm sonic I like running. Go great kind of cinematic diarrheal. I really want to feed it to me. Good job so this opens. Valentine's came out just came romantic. Can we what's GonNa be the top. Oh you know this is a great game. No one's evolution of on the record. Wow you want me to find the release schedule like for like you. What sort of vaguely on up to so we can all look at it? Lower murder rate of came out a week before. Okay that'd be hovering around you also some other things that you have hovering around that won't be hovering around. Are The rhythm section. Their much delayed rhythm section. God knows if that will actually come out to remain. There seems to be some kind of Hansel and Gretel harm movie called gretel in Hansel. That's from Osgood Perkins who I think I've really enjoyed like the black daughter and everything else. He he does like weird like artsy horror. Film could see but this is maybe a little more a little stream. The trailer was pretty good so fearless from it is is Gretel and yes I saw. This looks like it could be like a sleeper. I'm sorry lock it to lock it down. It'll be doing okay. Yeah conversation over doolittle will be the topping. The box office for the fifth week in that will have already. Congress will have already intervened to strike from the record one weekend. They'll be like America can suffer. No long you They could've taken the sonic approach with that like obviously troubled trailer. A year ago would have been an uproar roar. Like do that right now. Can I say I think do little is going to be the film that takes the Sonic phenomenon one step further where they release it in theaters and then a week after it comes out they go sorry. Sorry Back Board. Pull the movie office. I think it'll be. They released in theaters and then people that was a bad movie and university. It'd be like the last doctor. Do they used to do that though like if it didn't do well let's pull it. Let's let's tinker with another couple of weeks right. Heaven's gate famously. Citizens Band was one of those right. Yes this is my prediction bird. Sonic birds and sonacare both probably doing in the forties man. No I think I think if I could man then kingsman and then I think photograph could be a sleeper five. Maybe gentleman in his hanging on. Also the gentlemen and King's Manor to get these movies further apart. You can't have rich Matthew von movies GNARLED. I thought I I thought the kingsman was Jones. Different films released two weeks apart. Element is I think. More of a hard are richie as soon as more of AH. PG Thirteen With that Guy's got refines nearest gentlemen trailer made me laugh more than a trailer. I've seen this year. I'll tell you why off Mike Kingsman also has a response playing the villain who is respite. And he's playing recipe. It's the welcome return of rescue bad. Hell boy one for on a stage. He's been a villain from the. Of course. The the days of the Russian royal family. It was a great villain van but I just I love his sort of his evergreen value as a villain in movies that aren't thibout rescued. Always throw them in there. Like guess. WHO's behind it? All you dirty bastard powers just indefinite fit in anywhere. He claims these mystic. But it's all fraudulent. Does he keep his is peanuts. And a anyway so great to great box office games. Great Discussion About Charlie. I I I recommend people see Truth About Charlie. After having made their way through the rest of Yeah Demis you WanNa Watch charade and and within that context. It's pretty rewarding. Watch even if it is not a fully successful on its own it is confounding. Object really is and that's why I think people were really distress when he's like I've settled on my next project. The May Trian candidate wander. Good good remake it. Oh Jonathan and then it comes out. People were like actually sort of the buzz. Good is a remake them entering candidate original. And then Denzel Schalke. Denzel wins L A Pharma Company or something. I can't. It's going to feel like that man on fire with the same year and that was like before before orbit both. Yeah really liked the show. You didn't sell them. Those moves trilogy that is Manchurian man on fire and Taking a Pelham one-two-three yet which is also good in that movie's pretty good didn't taking Pelham one two three come out after the time out of your time it is later. It's after her What's it called the other? Tony Scott Film. which is the biggest SPEC screenplays time shuttling one. That's isn't that deja-vu time. But that's the the Carl Franklin look. He's Horny. Miami detect a couple years early right. WHO's the one that's quite convoluted? Yeah I think those three movies are like Denzil. Denzil is still insanely handsome. He is remaking like Hollywood thrillers with kind of shabby or more broken men in the lead roles and the thing was always like how does Denzel rough himself up enough so that he has big Matthau energy. And stoppable. Unstoppable is so those late Tony. He's got movies are contest. Isn't I was the only one I haven't seen from what I understand. It's a treatise on filmmaking and film montage. Yeah which I would love to see because I felt felt like man fire was already approaching that in a pretty significant way almo I remember thinking like man fire feels like if Guy Madden got to do a big budget action develop and that's a really good take and I don't know if that holds up guy mad and make marvel to. I don't know about actually want to see it. No I know. That's one of those double edged. Actually want to. We want to waste his time on that or whatever but also man on fire comes right after domino and domino. Everyone was like too much. Tony Johny Stop. It is too much. And then he's like give me one more one more in a man on fire is a lot more with the subtitle. I love that good. So how does death is a cast. Piece his Gemini man where he like insisted on doing the same thing that everyone revolted against the last time except Mana fire was really really successful and very well received. It wasn't that well received but it was very in your view. I remember being rapturous. Some people have said it was really sorted. People stopped by it's kind of a saintly it moves a really long. Yeah it's dark and it's heavy and it's grotesque and he blows guys asked one of the greatest line readings of Greece's artists death and he's about to masterpiece not for me. The greatest line reading is the guy says like I wish and he goes wish one no my wish. I wish that you had more time. And he spaces it out like that better than girl on fearless guys got up on all right David. Thank you so much for coming in. Just come back every couple of weeks. This is great. I I would love to find a reason why precisely your film will come out undecided undisclosed twenty eight hundred fourteenth minds. By this point everyone will have seen the trailer cool. Bill formed an opinion. I'm amphitheater uh-huh I notably get involved with my trailer so I think the trailer will accurately represent the movie call. The any excitement derive their from. We'll be justified. And it's a really weird movie nights. We'll see I'm excited for people to sit. I think the tail is so horny. It's an adaptation of Tell the Green Knight. Yeah so I kind of discovered a lot about myself in this movie and I thought it was going to be a pretty horny movie. It's very like my Catholic chasing us from having grown up. Catholic came through so it is very horny in some regards but like it doesn't go over the top and I was like disappointed with myself. Offer not pushing the boundaries cast such a handsome leading man to raise. I mean looking I mean fans of debitel are going to be very happy I think contest And Yeah I think that they will be even bigger fans of him after this film. Sure any Hornets probably will come from his a in performance is he got locks. You got locked guy's got facial hair. Oh Dream Boat. He is such a dream but was he using the the Moisturizer Ezra technique in his hair. Oh yes do you know. This article came Australia's hair. And that's the secret. I work at fucking got to tell you. It's the movie already opened. I'll tell you something else about that product all right. Let's exciting stuff anyway. I hope I hope the movie Is I hope the trailer is getting people excited to go. See it and hopefully It's up in the trailer and film hopefully coming soon. Maybe it's not. Maybe what events like Seles to apple it's going to be hitting streaming twenty twenty-nine Korea we'll see Thank you for being here. David thank you and thank you for being here David. Thank you for being here Rachel and AH I'm David now okay the three David's And thank you all for listening and please review subscribe and things to answer good for Social Media Dan. Thank you to lay Montgomery for theme song and thank you to Pat Reynolds and Joe born for our work End next week we got Manchurian candidate hung and we T- cleanly.

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"lowery" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"lowery" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Audio. How you doing buddy? It's me it's me Luigi. Oh Hey Luigi. The Mario Brothers Luigi Mario forgot that you don't really yeah. You don't really really have the quite as thick accent as your brother. Well because I don't feel the need to be on all the time you know. I'm a performer. My brother's got a little bit into Larry. The Cable Able Guy Territory here. I oh you're here to talk about Peronist. Yes of course. We love a fine Italian beer right okay. If there's one thing that Marian I can agree agree on even if we disagree with the boundary between our personal lives and our public personas. It's don't you don't you found A. Hey it's an Italian phrase means the pleasure of doing absolutely nothing by brand of enjoyment. I must say I'M WITH A to I. Luigi feel the same way I love to just kick back at the end of a hard day of Work Perroni which I find nothing takes the edge off quenches. My thirst. Thirst Mario on the other hand is out there every day. Even off hours on Goumas mushrooms stomping on I like I say I'm married to my word. I like to slow down from my busy life me to moment crack. Open a beer. I don't need to get some magic store all the time. Be running around around. You know what I'm saying. I'm with you David Perron. Who was born in Italy in nineteen sixty three by the pro Nathan? I know we were born in Brooklyn. Their vision was to create a beer. That would embody embody the Italian values of quality craftsmanship and style. It's refined beer of course with a distinctive. Crisp refreshing taste bounced aroma very Mediterranean. Good for the flavors of the Mediterranean. You know what I mean. Oh gear having a nice Italian meal maybe some you know some Pasta Nice Salad yes some olive some of the great thing to have at a restaurant but it's also thing you can pick up at let local locations you know. It's it feels like a fancy beer but it's available. It's best enjoyed with some friends. You could serve as like an imperative. Oh right for a couple of hours before your dining just enjoying life. Not There are suggesting thing having it with like a you know a meat and cheese board. Maybe some olives and nuts and Bouchette Perroni is brewed in Italy using a meticulous brewing process. And only the highest quality ingredients chance there carefully imported to the US. The small town of Bergamo in northern Italy produces NAS RONCO daily. Sola maze exclusively Sibley for parolee. Sorry that I was getting a little. No I think it's a nice accent yeah Yeah Perot needs a great beer. Yeah look I mean it's it's a cleaner refreshing taste okay. It's an ideal beer to enjoy when you wanNA relax like me. Luigi Mario Right.

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"lowery" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

13:22 min | 1 year ago

"lowery" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Is completely failed for two hours to sell the idea that he belongs in your that. His office office is littered with literal. Footballs and he's got a suit. That doesn't fit him really well. And he's like some Dork. Who actually would be a spy rather than the kind of like slick James Bondy spy That's pretty appealing. And it's pretty appealing the scenes where it feels like it taps into that where it's like. He's he's almost a little too. Academic studied in trying to be a charming light person. The problem is you don't believe she would ever fall for that. Anyone would ever fall for it. Does does seem ridiculous with all the lines from the original film. Like just them saying I love you. You're like what seriously he feels like the quarterback deciding adding to the high school play. And you're like he's pretty good. Considering dogs I will say when I saw the movie in the two thousand two I liked his performance. A Lot I was I was it was I was full. You know fully sold on what you WanNa believe in the few lover I I still like him. Yeah one of the funniest things completely random like when ted to came out I was like can't wait to see like I really liked head one and my wife was like you never saw it. Yeah I love Ted One and I haven't actually seen you felt you've seen the trailers that made me laugh really like Mark Wahlberg so I was just assume that I saw in loved it so I wrote like a whole review of Ted to based on the premise that I had not seen and had to rediscover Governor House. Yeah did you ever watch at one. I did okay sure. I would argue that Ted to has a pretty great premise. Even if it doesn't know what to do with it talked about Ted and had to too much on this damn head. One has no premise outside of the main hook. It's got no story. It's just a series of things happening for two hours. Essentially the idea of Ted to is does Ted exist as a human being. Does he deserve observe human rights natural creature created by a wish. Should the government able to view him as a sentient being. I think it's a pretty insane gene premise. For me. It kind of goes into stuff you talked about with forty. Yeah our greatest movie star. I like forty. Oh Boy Wow oh I qualified light in not think for key justified the perfect ending that was toy story. Three wow I just like no sequel. I toy story three I saw with the aforementioned John mcgarry here in New York and I was just like shaken to my core are like this is the perfect ending to a franchise franchise willing to willing to go into toy story of ready to Have that franchise reignited like you know what I didn't need it. I mean yeah. Yeah 'cause I I'm honestly twist hyper fan. But I prefer the ending of four which I know I mean a a wild minority. On among the toy story hyper fans yeah also amongst everybody I feel like even the people who like four prefer the ending of three but the four key thing for me is just so robust and I want Disney just started announcing the forties and other movies. That'd be so good. I want them to be like four years. I make another Disney movie four hundred right now. If I make another Disney I will put for. He's going to be in that one. I'm just waiting for them to be like never mind. A heavier dropped out of negotiations. Four key is playing King Triton in the in the little beer bar dem plinking trade as of now how aggressive talk to play. What do you think he keeps wielding? Try and what. What do you think he's GonNa wear? He's not gonNA shirtless. No he'll have some. I can't be but then it's not king trading but you triton is is it's true the chest is really where the authority that's where the performance comes from Can can if the what does Oh. It's it's Kenneth Morris which is so weird. The Nazi from the Producers Association is the Voice of King Triton. But he's the not from the produce anyway Very curious what the two and you're like. Aren't they going to die. His hair white is he going to have a long white wizzard beard. He must right Donna Posey or is it going to go. He might be beardless with white hair. Could he do that. Legally like Aquafina playing subtle. We were talking about it. That's all about life. Founder Jacob. Tremblay your man. The Trim Love them are most consistently bankable doctor sleep putting a dent in. But that's he's is not even advertise. Have you seen this rated by brutal. Seen that movie would've open to eighty. I have to imagine he wanted to like like he was like really murder me. I haven't done that yet. I mean obviously Mike Flanagan has his guys players and so he's just like Jacob Wannabe in this and he's like yeah he. I thirst trapping. Mike Flanagan going murder me. Mike Flanagan. It's I just feel like he's risk-taking actor who's like I want to do something new. I want to be eviscerated by record Ferguson. Choson screaming like a ten minute sequel. That's really quite upsetting fucking tremblay. Yeah I think it's maybe your finest piece of writing ever and maintenance piece of writing ever. I had to be the one who chose what to submit for your Pulitzer Bid I would pick Jacob. Tremblay is reviving the mid the budget studio film with his bare hands after good good boys. Yeah good box office. Yeah the Fandy Newton. What's weird into your Dandy hands? It's handy I'm a Moron Tandy Newton. What I find interesting about this performance is it feels like she is really going for Audrey Hepburn? She is giving. She's the one actor in this movie. Giving a performance that would fit into the classics success rate right whereas everyone else is doing a weird or more modern thing she is very much playing classic Hollywood star and especially in terms of like this weird balancing act charade pulls off which is all these horrible things are happening and they're rolling off their backs right like water like it's like cary grant and Audrey Hepburn constantly. We are witnessing people being murdered and going. Oh and making small like Hollywood banter. It's so deal when she's like. I wouldn't take a bath in there if I were just so charming anyway. Delightful it's very ondo because it is cheese on a different tenor than everyone else. We're although although demis trying to be playful. I feel like he's a little more interested in the stakes of this world rather than charade which treats debt death has like a weird inconvenience Vince. This movie like every time someone dies it lands of proper emotional weight. He is concerned about them being human beings and not like nameless thugs. It's totally true. Although I we did find really weird the Lisa Gay Hamilton dies in a pile of lettuce and tomato theory visually. It was very strange mad about like people should maybe a little more upset about it right. They react the same way everyone else ensure he does but like you feel like demis empathy is like this is a loss of human life of course and and which it is but then Tanu starts crying and it feels so odd at that point in the movie that she is reacting strongly to something. Because you've seen her respond to news that her husband been got murdered with a hippie like Bon mots. She was definitely going to divorce and she was. Just even though. Stephen Dillane is a very charming and handsome man with the Nice thing. They're giving him the Davinci code hair in the thing. That game of thrones which he was on for many years and despise every second of as he's really. Yeah he's always been like it was stupid and I didn't like it. Everyone's like it's like your most famous role now and he's like well. It was awful play. The he was standing my personal favorite game authorize character. I've heard Lobster lobster is the personality of a lobster. He does have a bit of personality but lobster way. We even say David Charlie. Charlie gets more screen time in this than the original and it gets a nice close up but that was it was we did the original. The deaths are all very visceral drowning in a bathtub. Stabbed in the world very hitchcock. Yeah and then no one takes them Siri exactly which is delightful right and this weird where it's like. The deaths are sort of offhand. And but everyone takes them very serious such a sweetheart. He is so fundamentally right. Can you say just upset about Lee. Sure how Ted Levine dies it horribly horribly but like blow darted or poisoning or scared to death by Tim Robbins. So there's an earlier scene where he's doing acupuncture Acupuncture on himself and don't want to comment on the three needles hanging off his legs Sierras he tried to treat a very specific pre existing medical condition or is he a guy is just constantly constantly experimenting Yeah I don't know Yeah Levine's just got such good energy in any movie. He makes like he's just always someone I want. Want to pay attention to. Oh I I feel. It's safe to say this at this point but when I Made ain't them bodies saints I we cast headline in it and for the Carribean par carrying out wasn't ultimately able to do it but for a brief period. I was in touch with them. Yeah and the first communication he ever ever sent to me was an email with video attached. And maybe they can. I might find it But it was just him playing the Banjo for four minutes at the end of it he looked in. The camera was howdy. Even though being in the movie he just made me rock high. I will treasure that forever. Hopefully someday I can. I can work with them. God Wow Pat fucking rules. It's as good as it sounds underselling. You're selling it at a overselling it at all. I'm perhaps underselling we were talking about In silence of the lambs episode. How it's interesting that he's a guy who's never stopped working at things of various sizes? This is and it still feels like he's underused. It still feels like he's so rarely gets the chance to really play to his strengths. Even though he does such a wide array of different different things in different genres with different people and it feels like he. He it's out there right. He's just so fascinating he is somewhat fascinating. What's he what's he done? Recently he was the villain in the last Jurassic world movie. For the first half 'til it becomes an auction thriller in which the auction thrillers others. Unfortunately the part I like more. He's fine in that movie but it's also like a character that's been done in everything so it's just kind of he's like no. Oh but I'm the big game hunter. Who really figured out what I want Muldoon but older yeah? That's a movie. That just sort of happened get hit. Did you see the short film I did. Can I throw take because everyone was asking for trevorrow film what was it called A battle of big rock okay. I kind of liked it. I think it's the best thing trevor as directed it was We shot the green movement finishing now Ireland and and they shot that in Ireland so they basically were Starting Prep while they were shooting. That so we gotta go Andrea Holland is. He's like a random thing the shot in Ireland and but It takes place in California but it was it was pretty cool to go see a big T-REX onstage and have to admit I was like I feel like that's like it's you know the movies are what they are but getting to make one movie with a giant Amtrak T. rex also the one he previously directed like didn't have any animatronic chronic. The is one dinosaur. That's dying so it's nice that like battle. Big Rock has like active animatronic dinosaurs. Yeah I think it's Pretty Moody Richer. It's nice in that it feels like it's it's very focused on what it's doing. It feels very streamlined. I it ratchets tension. Pretty successfully is working with good actor. I think the end is pretty interesting because it feels like the first time. I've clearly seen trevorrow having his own. Total unique take back on the drastic world. That isn't tied to was dark right right. Yes ending like the credits goofy like you know. Here's people interacting with dinosaurs in real life. The film are like a cell phone footage of people having terrifying encounters with dinosaurs. Out in the real. What was that Russian Dash Cam movie movie? Oh yes it's like that entire does that called It's not called the car movie but it's called something movie right. I I wrote move the road movie. It made me kind of excited to see what the next one is. I would so thoroughly love to be proven wrong and go hog fucking wild on the next drastic world and that the short a little bit of Excitement Cou I'm sure I'm going to watch it. Yeah Ding Dong live in fear. Open the door Ta Don Don. Don Don't don't don't don't them melt up this and I thought about.

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"lowery" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"lowery" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"But he also bef- Truth About Charlie is is his rockstar follow. So He's coast on that I feel like rockstar actually probably like made its money right pretty well and post this. He has the Talian job which is sort of a surprise hit. Yeah he has hurt hurt Huckabee's which is probably as best perform. I agree he has. Then he has four brothers invincible double-punch which are both like Kinda crazy but profitable on base their heads and he has the depart in the Oscar nomination which by transformers which is where we to like. He's kind of like been been that version of Mark Wahlberg the then. There's also that run leading up transformers. Were he's kind of golden making Junkie mid budget thrillers. You sort of answered contraband. He alternates terminates between what he's got which funerary. Well Max Payne you know. Just jumping. Contraband Broken City to guns lone survivor. Right you know because contraband to guns and Lone survivor all do really well Sure I don't know if to unseat amazing. They did yeah. Contraband did like eighty and Januar also so have we own the night which is great. You Know House back to James. Great the lovely bones. Everyone likes to forget that movie existed and he was the star but he replaced Frank Gosling. Yeah you have the other guys. which has him exercising? The comedy shows. Go Down Refunding Matt and you have the fighter. Which is his passion project that he's Graydon ridden? I would say I would still say like I. Heard Huckabee's departed like. That's maybe his best work. But like the fighters best movie star performance. His earnestness really pays office space. And the best fit your wants to do on screen to depart thing is still so wild because it is one of the few examples of what is truly just a pure supporting performance like soften. Supporting actor is the second lead of the movie who may be has about as much screen time as the main lead of the film and and Has Light Hawk into that movie too. He was like fuck out of here. I WANNA play scale. You should work with Martin Scorsese and this is a very like fun role that you talked about. His agents kept on like just like breaking him down to that movie. But that's the other thing is the other supporting performance that gets nominated is like someone just knocks out two or three scenes like million hurt in history violent take over the movie whereas like Bloomberg and is always the fourth or fifth most important character in any given scene. He's in that movie. Yup but just throw fastballs the entire tiny time. He's on screen you just. It's just the joy it's electric and also he does finish the movie. He shoots Matt Damon the head and that is that is satisfying and it revives his leading man career. Like then the other crazy thing is Departed did so well and they were like well. How do we make a sequel? For a while and Moynahan wrote the Walberg Sequel Quo and square. Says you want to direct it and they said Mark Wahlberg can't carry this movie. That's bizarre. I Dunno nearly no one knew what to do with them in two thousand and two and they still don't just is such a weird star career and you're right that now. Yes he sort of in that like you know transformers or heat Peterberg movies Komo feral. He likes Feral Berg. WHO's the WHO's the director of Instant Family Anders. Yeah Yeah So. He's like making him and Peter Peterburg and that's pretty much it. Yeah and people have said. I haven't seen instant family with people. Said like that's actually charming so I so what's he got. He's got a bunch on deck wonderland is. Is that a Peterberg ups. Bergman it sounds like you said. That title connects Fella named Spencer. Boston's criminal underworld ravel a twisted murder. Conspiracy is leaning in with excitement. told me it's coming out in March actually okay And then he's got he's making something with the Director of Monsters and men. The movie called. Good Joe oh I read that script. It's it's about a father who Son was killed in a hate crime. So he walks across the country to Just educate people about passion and it is a true story and Connie Britton is. It looks like I don't know so. That's preposition by Larry. mcmurtry wow and then. That's kind of a weird Walberg and and then good part for him that really. Yeah it's like the it's like a blue collar guy who was like super homophobic until he found out that his son was gay. He's kind of a good part for Walberg. Yeah and then he's got this big fuck off. Antoine Fuqua action movie called infinite with like you know she. She would tell you for Scifi man discovers his hallucinations visions from past lives. Excuse me I am all in on that. He does not know coming on August. You coming on.

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"lowery" Discussed on Weather Geeks

Weather Geeks

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"lowery" Discussed on Weather Geeks

"And so people have the sort of celebrity but it's so i'm not as lowery i'm just i think people and this is how i want like i want explain this to people like everyone is just normal human beings i have negative self talk that i have to fight every day when it comes to food exercising personal life social media thankfully for the social media 'cause i've been on it so long and i also understand that when people act nasty to you is because they're hurting themselves right there in some sort of pain and so that's how they are covering themselves or whatever the case may be right security insecurity right so i have the wisdom i don't know that i've ever maybe right when social media for started but within the last zillion years i've never got into anyone social media and i and i don't wanna put down the people that do but it's it's like kind of silly to it i call it twitter to tennis i don't play it because these people i actually look at someone who writes something nasty to me and i really wanna right back to them like i'm sorry you're in such pain today because i know that pain i know that you know where you wanna lash out everyone doesn't in different ways has there been something on social media that just kinda really got to you though in your career you've just been able to kind of keep that i mean but you know sometimes you get upset when they're like oh you're dumb or your fat or you're this you're that and the reality in the psychology behind all of it now some people might disagree with me but if someone says something about you and you get upset about it the reality is is because you think that about yourself or you believe it right so if you were sitting here telling me like stephanie you're just so purple and it's terrible that you're purple and i would just be like a hey it doesn't phase me because i know not purple right but if you sit there and tell me like we'll you're fat you look terrible in that reality is i probably do feel fat and i probably don't look great knit but that was what the option was for the day empowering them if you let that bother them as what you're sort of saying well bother you i think you should just instead of focusing on them why don't you look at yourself and be like hey on a second wise that bothering me and get real with yourself and be like you know what the reality is instead of lashing out to them and being like you know what yeah today i don't feel so great about myself but it's okay it's not a big deal we can move you know like and then self talking yourself i appreciate that you're you're mentioning this because i think there are a lot of people out there that look up to you and and particularly young women that need to hear this i've got a daughter and i would want to hear her listen to you say something exactly and so i'm trying to figure out a way that i can kinda harness all of this because it's not about just like oh my real life and what am i doing every day and you know the glamour side and i understand why some people get enjoyment all of that but i think more of us are suffering with this negative self talk of i'm not good enough i'm not thin enough i'm not whatever enough and i just really want everyone we have to put in the work to quiet that negative self talk so again knock going we don't have time to go into all of it but like you know with with eating or with close or whatever it may be i literally if my brain is like we'll eat that nowadays now i'm getting older i can say hang on a second are we board are we actually hungry are we emotionally eating and sometimes it can it and sometimes i can't and there's some days we'll just sit and you went below leave the amount of stuff that eat in the stuff that eat because i you know try to manage my anxiety in mental health with actually what i put in my body i found that if i.

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"lowery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lowery" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Owlry and lowery disappeared in his belly button they were laughing about it in the last ninety seconds of the game and i didn't know why lowery was laughing because they would isolate lebron tired asked lebron they would is selena him at the top with lowery lowery is what how many interests how many pounds and inches is lower given up to lebron pounds nothing lebron snuff that out lowery stopped mattering the moment the lebron started covering him and the the reason i noticed it through because lower who's trying to get around him lowery should be able to get around him lowery was afraid of getting around him and having lebron chase it down from behind or get stuck in the key where he's gotta pass out of it lowery didn't want any parts of what it is that lebron was doing last night and that is the reason that you can't trust toronto lebron is six eight to fifty larry six feet to seventy five as seven inch shorter than baker mayfield because that's what happened and lebron man i mean come on insult injury after the game saying that's the worst game he didn't he didn't play very well here's a damning number it twenty seven seasons to be thirty two games over five hundred you're essentially one game over five hundred a season look i don't there's no i make money moves yes you know baseball reference they have compatible you know comparable stats comparable comparable whatever yeah tomato tomato.

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"lowery" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"lowery" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Two the oh the moon oh steve lowery rag mid lowly looked in no yana youth again that is in a thought here ghana good he is during these compromise when the myth fans ran with you maria he you do do you want to do the then hill the.

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