17 Burst results for "Lynne Stewart"

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

04:01 min | 8 months ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"Seven seven three zero one eighty nine seventy attorney general you. There was a great wall street journal. Series that you have seen lavas have seen about instagram. Being toxic for teen girls who tweeted about eating disorders depression anxiety suicidal fos facebook's own research shows instagram for kids is terrible back in may. I co lead. A bipartisan effort at forty four h. is urging mark zuckerberg to abandon this plan. What do you want soccer to do loops platform attorney general. We lost you for the first ten seconds. There can start again. Oh our fault. What he wants to hear me now. Yes yes is commercial. That guy works for someone else to i thought he's doing commercials for someone else. So what i want. Mark zuckerberg to do is stop creating social media platforms. That harmar kit. Please to stop and you know. We're appealing to facebook to to do this. We have a lot of support. I mean in a time. Where a lot of divisiveness. We have. Nearly all the attorney. General in the country signed on and support Facebook has a really bad a history of not taking the right steps to protect our young people. You mention the documented harmful effects on children The tie between the rise in social media and the increase rates of mental distress. Self-harm suicide allergy. This stuff is real Use of the platform by predators to target children. We certainly seem that in law enforcement. There are a rapidly worsening concerns about cyberbullying on on instagram. Almost half of young instagram users have experienced cyberbullying on the platform Which is that the highest rate of any platform and You know right now we just ask. Facebook has to think about facebook and all these companies. They've got they've got so much power and they've got not only the power that got the wherewithal you know they understand the. There's another piece to that wall street journal series which i really recommend people to to check out at ran last week. It's horrifying you know in the ways in which they have knowingly use their algorithms to drive more eyeballs to things that People it turns out are are more interested in looking at People are interested in in looking at the proverbial car crash than than some of the good stories and so you know facebook has done nothing to prevent the spread of hate and misinformation disinformation They they actually have have things set. That only grown That that stuff out there online and the journal talks about people from these platforms so used to work in these platforms talking about how that was specifically the intention. Because you drive more eyeballed when you drive more eyeballs. You drive more ad placement so you drive more revenue to your company. I mean that's what this whole game is about. And that's why it's gotta get under control and if the platforms aren't going to act you've already seen action from Attorneys general and you're gonna continue to see us in the space but we also need congress to act attorney general fouling up on that Sure you're aware of the gymnasts that the olympic gymnast simone biles who testified before congress about the Longstanding abuse of this physician. Larry nassar now in in prison. Byles said she. She blamed him but she blandest entire system. That allowed this to happen but there was a great piece. I by lynne. Stewart paramore on nbc nbc..

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

04:11 min | 11 months ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Hey this is anne. And samantha and never told you production of iheartradio and welcome to our sub sub segment fictional women around the world very popular sub sub segment. I'm going to say. Even though i haven't tobacco i agree. Thank you since this falls. In pride month. I wanted to highlight a black queer woman and fictional world. So we're going with black lightning's disappears ak black thunder and briefly. Blackbird played by necessa williams widely regarded as the first black lesbian superhero on network television and disclaimer. I'm not super familiar with black. Lightning they did. They used to film on my street. Pretty regularly and that was always really cool but it seems like something i'd be super into. I just don't really have tv anymore. So i gotta find stuff on online's on netflix. Yes i think it's about to leave netflix's though war either. The four season is about to come. I saw net some netflix's news about it. The two opposite things any. I remember when she was but it was one of them and we are going to mainly focus on the show here but we'll have some comic stuff in there. I was toying with doing black widow but we already talked about her and are females asan's episode because the movie is about to come out as we record this or riley from the last of us but i figured i should mix it up a bit because we've only had i think for these and to have been the last so you love what you love in this. I do thank you so black. Lightning is a cw show based on the dc comics of the same name that is part of the air overs and of although shows of only seen arrow and The flash. I will say that and it first aired in two thousand eighteen and ended in twenty twenty one and tastes place in freeland georgia the through his tenure it received critical acclaim. And yeah. They have a lot of accolades. I think it follows jefferson. Anissa in denver prepares dr lynne stewart. And gabby as they navigate social justice issues in superpowers their themes family organizing male privilege white. Feminism racism police brutality and black women as courageous leaders. Anissa is the oldest daughter of jefferson. Pierce and lynne. Stewart and sister jennifer. She is a medical student teacher. Activist lesbian answered tough of being a meta human and a superhero. She's smart justice oriented determined to help others strong competent unwavering in her beliefs as she develops her powers of invulnerability strength. Stop shockwaves which are awesome. I saw some of thunderclap accelerated healing and ability to increase density. She's at first unaware that her dad is a superhero And she discovers her grandfather had been investigating side effects of a vaccine called green light that resulted in some people. Getting powers very reminiscent of ski. She whips up a temporary superhero. Get up something. That later gets updated to her official thunder suit. She works on her powers as her sister shies away from her own powers at least at first so in the comic her father wanted to keep her from the superhero and he made a promise to graduate college before deciding whether or not that was a life she wanted to pursue the night before graduation. She puts on the su- in the persona of thunder. She joined a superhero team where he met grace someone. She seemed to clash with uh-huh however as these things go with time they learn to respect even like each other and yes obviously eventually. They started a relationship with each other. Her father tried to get her to quit the team but she refused and after a mishap with batman in bat girl. That led the team into a booby trap. And this has suffered brain damage and fell into a coma so interesting when all these comic characters ever. Yeah like so. That's one of the things about the errors..

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"World is against them because they are wack and sometimes it's against them because they are superheroes is a complicated series but it is really good series and has been around for a grand total of four seasons and this is his last season and last episode that are going to talk about black. Lightning is american superhero drama television series developed by samuel achille. That premiered on the cw on january sixteenth two thousand eighteen and concluded on may twenty four point. Twenty one is based on the character of the same name created by tony isabel with trevor von in din featured in publications of dc comics and it is to really good show. This series focuses on jefferson pierce or principle of the garfield high school in the city of freeland georgia. Nine years ago he was a superhero call. Black lightning until he retired after what his life was doing to his ex wife lynne stewart and his daughters anissa and jennifer jefferson is forced to become black lightning again then when the one hundred freelance most feared criminal gang led by tobias. Wales was taking over the city. Jefferson's return as black. Lightning is caused when anissa or captured by one hundred members associated with law jackson after the incident. Unnecess- starts to develop her abilities and becomes thunder while denver starts to develop her own electrical abilities. In addition jennifer's boyfriend khalil gets way to vices side following a sniper injury and becomes painkiller through cybernetic enhancement and a showdown with a a member. Martin proctor jennifer defeats them proctor. Getting shot by gamby proctors briefcase enables to bias to get access to content. That is what happened in season. One and season two jennifer works to improve her powers. S tobias works to translate the contents of the briefcase with breeland police department. Bill henderson now. Knowing jefferson says superhero identities. They continue their fight against the hundred. Meanwhile lynn works on the young magic humans in the pod. Stet proctor had well under the supervision of a a agent odell who was swayed x. Mar cobian scientists. Dr helga lace into helping out on aware that she is secretly helping tobias following khalil's of parents depp. jennifer becomes lightning help. Her father out to bias manages to get some of the contents translate which led to him getting control of the masters of disaster as jefferson and jennifer defeat by who is later incarcerated in the pit. Dr days is handed over to henderson. And is later taken back to marco via by the running bounty hunter instant as the pierces celebrate their victory odell reveals that he knows their secret identity. He tells them that. The marco vian are coming to freeland and that a s a is wearing them in or the inevitable war. It's almost getting time to celebrate. Am i right. That is basically what happened in season. Two in season three. It's all about the war and the consequences the winning the war. I mean basically. The mom got captured. By the marco cobian and they had to save her and when they saved her they realized that she had gotten addicted to this stuff that allows her to basically be able to have superpowers because before floor. She was the only one. I didn't have superpowers in her family and she felt left out. And now we're talking about addiction as part of the series as well as talking about black lives mattering and it's interesting to have that show as well so they win the war but cost because that police officer that everybody really likes he died during the war and it's just sad see a great cop like henderson die and as what basically black lightning has been dealing with in the last season he was dealing with that and not the healthiest way. He was acting out and it just was sad. Not only that. But grace which is a necessity beyond say. She went into a coma but luckily he came out of the coma but they ended up getting married in the hospital in secret because they didn't A man of their lives together and of course painkiller or khalil has now been initiated in the psych. Kill order to basically kill the pierces which he can't do so yes to isolate himself from jennifer in order to protect her. It's a complicated relationship. Now let's talk about the actors and actresses per person. We've got is chris williams as jefferson peers. Our main character black lightning. Who is an awesome bad and an awesome superhero. Who's trying to do the things that helped him survive this ordeal. Then we've got a personal favorite of china and mclean who plays jennifer at the reason. Why china is the personal. Favourite is because of the fact that she was also in another series that i used to really love which was called ant farm and i just love her a little kid and now that she's in another series that i really love. Is this really cool. She's also a really good singer. And then while in this season we had another actress played denver later on. I'll get to that later. And her name is laura karachi and well. Lightning is complicated character. I mean she has problems with kaleo. She has a problem with her powers and the problem with her own identity. So yeah i really do like how complicated and unique character is. Then we've got nafeesa williamson anissa pierce and or thunder who also has another name burst superhero identity. Which is blackbird. And she is the oldest daughter of the jefferson family. And we'll she's really cool. I like the fact that season awesome. Gay girl. And i like her pairing with grace. I'll get graces actress in a minute but first let's talk about len who is jeffersons ex wife and she is played by christine atoms. And she's just a really awesome character. i like her. I like her connection with jefferson. I like the fact that they really should be together. Even though they're not and she's also released smart woman now. The villain of the series is called tobias way out. He is played by. Marvin corden jones. That third now thing about tobias is he's like a vinyl black man which is really cool in so many ways. I thought that was really unique about the character. And he's like a gang leader. Then we've got peter gamby who is played by james remar and while he basically is the geek person of the crew he makes the suit any also provides consulting staff to the pierce family and we like his character law. Then we've got khalil being by jordan hallway and well. He's a related character. And the file character that i talked about is grace. Chou who is played by ten tail. Thou and well. She is a carl friend to fiance to wipe and.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Like he's playing a part as Bruce Wayne, like he is Batman and that's his life and that's that's all that matters to him and the part of Bruce Wayne is is more of the mask. Now that everything he does. In and out of the costume in and out of the cowl is to. Further his his goals as Batman to improve his city even as Bruce Wayne to improve his city through Wayne, enterprises and to. Protect people and to get. Information. For. To you know for his goals Batman his mission. Yeah I mean, he's like he's. That's always the thing like Bruce's is really the mask. Batman is just the person is who really is. You know the mask is just there but. Yeah that's that's one of the things that kind of separate superman. Batman. Bruce Wayne sort of ceased to exist and he became Batman. He's always Batman and now over the years you know he's kind of He still, Batman but he's kind of been allowed to grow into a person. He's he's allowed to mature pass that, and he's still not Bruce Wayne quote unquote he is still and always will be Batman in which is the idea they used for Batman begins that. When Bruce Retired and he was in seclusion not be begins Batman beyond when Bruce Retired and he's in seclusion. Like he's only trying to make the city better but he's still Batman like even that one episode where he thinks he's going crazy when he realizes he's not because he's like I don't call myself Bruce in my head. You know like he is Batman that's that's who he is. Essentially, that's what it boils down to love this. Arise in office WHO's just Bruce Wayne. Hey It's What's your name? Channel. Lynn from black lightning. Lynne Stewart. Is it. Yeah. Yeah. That's that's black lightning's wife rate their. Street, AUB. He casting they're pretty much. That one dude on the board is Christopher Nolan I learned that in another podcast. Really the guy who puts his head up. I assume since they focused on him newscenter frame. What do you call it? I love. That's awesome. Because cress Williams legacy casting to on black lightning. He was an episode. Lewis and Clark is like a Voodoo Shaman that attacks superman? Right. So that is. But you know superman like. Like who he is lies in the middle, you know who he really is lies in the middle like have Kent in in public is kind of lake is is a mask because he's kind of hiding that he's trying to be less than normal. You know he's. Superman is so extravagant and so fantastical like he lies in the middle. So he's almost never who he really is until. He's like. Behind closed doors he's he's always the same person. He just kind of leans one way or the other. Yeah. Like that's the thing about Superman, he's always him. He's always the same person. You just kind of leans one way or the other it's not really an act either way it's just just one way or another. So that way he can. Create separation. Between the two just to just to protect his identity. That's it superman like the superman. Is More a little bit more like confident strong. Clark a little bit more lighthearted. You know and then you have. Him in the middle. That's why I say I like that picture of like. Like in Superman returns you know I think about like that. Him himself is when his mom on the farm not wearing the glasses wearing like the farm close. Unique exactly. That's a great version of him. Then the suit and glasses is like the Clark East shows and then. You Know Superman but well. Like Superman. One minor clip thing on that reef, Superman is like an act like, yeah he's never himself. You know what I mean. He's this bumbling guy that he's really portraying so hard to be Clark and then he superman he's almost never himself and the no the more I don't WanNa say don't like it but it's not my preferred version of Clark Kent. Now Mind a little bit of like Phoenix or awkwardness. But I've always taken the the Clark is supposed to be a generic dull guy that doesn't stand out and if you're too goofy and awkward, you stand out. which. I think Clarkin himself is just kind of naturally socially awkward because because of kind of being sheltered because of who and what he was you know what I mean. So as a person, he's just kind of socially awkward and that's just kind of the way he is. You know what I mean but to like push that to the extremes. Yeah. You you stand out to be that extreme. Whereas Henry Cobbles version, you know. He he's just he's himself but he kind of just leans on that boring farm boy socially awkward person. I'm really to see what tyler does because I liked the little bit I've got with him in. Dean cranes was more Clark focused than it was superman focused ally. Yeah. So we I change sub or I'm hold us away from it. We had Morgan Freeman as Lucius Fox whose like. Amazing I mean, he's the voice of God but. Like I. IF I had if I had somebody narrating my life, it's either him or Samuel. Jackson because sometimes you just need some efforts thrown in there I always say. Come, what woody? Gary. Nice. But I love montage of so. The. Part of the reason I wanted to talk about this movie today on Batman Day and and the fact that we know that Matt Reeves Batman is coming as we've got, we've got Bruce Wayne here. We've got this grounded take. We've got Bruce Wayne here he's putting together. He he's he's building it and making it himself to a degree. But all of this technology, the Batmobile, the Tumbler, the grapple gun the Cape. To glide like all this technology developed by his company developed by somebody else and use in him appropriating it. For his for his own purposes. the reeves one I think he's got a similar tape but you know from what from what I can tell from what reeves the.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"Hi Welcome to season two of bite, this is Tony Tiller and so parenting an apocalypse it's it's not the same way. You you know how it works any views usually two to four minutes long, but sometimes they can be a little longer only when you when you live long enough, all kinds of strange things happen. Very right in saying that the Greek heroes where the original superheroes. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. I work to cave bite as Jennifer. Reicher talks playing Dr Jas in black lightning. I think that people have been loving The Evil Dr J. The sociopathic. Awesome to play after Jase. was able to body this character for the for the first time You know lived in the comic books I don't think anyone has portrayed her yet and so That's always an amazing opportunity for an actor to. Start from scratch with no preconceived ideas and create You know but. What is an actor? You know you don't You. Don't think you're evil. You think that you're doing your job to the best of your ability and. clear on understand why people don't don't appreciate. It at that level? Yeah one of the I think one of the talking to actors who have played bad people are evil people. It's kind of like the The marching orders are everybody. Else's wrong and I'm right, and why won't they listen to? Her it's like the rest of the world is messed up I'm the only one I can see clearly on this. It's great, yes. Talk about working with this cast I actually. Interviewed Chris Williams just passed this week. Run. Yeah did yeah. He's terrific guy and I remember him from Nash Bridges Years Back, but, yeah, it's it's a great show. especially a father dealing with his daughters I. think that's such an interesting way I'm telling US hooper hero story rather than the usual stuff and I like that I. Really appreciate that, but what's What's he like? He seems like a very cool. Well, to be honest with you, my story does not really parallel his research to be honest with you. A few times isn't that funny. I'm I'm on his show and yet. Cross tablets with him. You know on the sound stage, but we do have a beautiful together I just don't want to give anything away. Sure. You're very right about about the family and the chemistry of the family is. is nothing shy of breathtaking I mean the chemistry between Christina and two plays Dr Lynne Stewart his wife. even. Though you know, the the fans die, hard fans were just talking about how lovely and and true to life. Doesn't seem like just a Corny TV family that was assembled it. They really have A. I would say an honest. very truthful relationship on film. How excellently yeah I know, it shows it really does you can I think you can usually tell ever? Cash is getting along or not getting along onscreen because. Sometimes they're just something missing, and you know what's going on behind the scenes there. But when things are good, it translates to the screen, and you can certainly see that in their show and. CAST is is just pure magic and you know early. Having I'm really having A. An on the job? masterclass I mean it really is watching. They have such amazing. Top of the line director's coming in and working with us. They've crossed paths on the series. They have crossed paths on the series. Black lightning is on the CW. For Bite. This is Tony Talada..

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on The Trash

The Trash

07:46 min | 2 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on The Trash

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You know what time it is, you know. Mike I F. I'll know what Tom you disappoint me. It is time for TERRESA. She knew. Thought. You've listened to our PODCAST I. Know it's. GotTa Hide. Catch we all. Do we want. You GotTa Your Story Lined Up Sarah. Should I go I? I can go I. Well, the first thing that I really WanNa talk about that I mentioned even before we started recording that made me Super Super Super Mad and I'm like if y'all are mad like a mad than I. Don't know what I'm GonNa. Do now made start crying? So they're gonNA. Make a movie about Princess Diana. And they want Kristen Stewart. Lay Princess fucking Diana. They want Kristen Bitch. s dealer to play the beautiful princess? Di Cannot be honest with you. A Zucchinis have more personality. Thank you. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous I don't even think she's a very good actor. I really think that now. We're talking about Kristen. Stewart Lego to personal. In some way. Yes. I disagree guys I like Kristen's. Think, she'd be good fucking kidding me as who Princess Di. Diana shining down from us. Though is like when Princess Di was like relevant when she was like thing, and she was like when she was alive and you know. Like a celebrity and stuff. I had no idea who the fuck. She was other than her name like I didn't know anything about her, so I can only talk on princess. Di Than she died. That's. What's odor so princess? Di Experts Kristen Stewart is not a good princess. Just I mean like physically. Not even. Not even close to being princess. All right I believe you I, believe it here. It sparks the next question. Who would you guys pick. The. To get to play Princess Diana again like that's the thing, I know nothing about this woman, so I don't know who would. I can't even remember what she looks like other than like maybe some beautiful patterns I saw. We're blonde, nineties woman. I got it I. You know when you said it I just thought of it in my head told us win too old. Really Oh okay I. Don't know. Until, the SWINTON, but like they do the eight aggression like they did with. The. I don't know her name, but all know who I'm talking about. The the blonde white woman from bad boys. What's her name? You Go. Any classroom cedric Renault. Elio, About him secretary. Yes, are you man? Actually like really really good with pop culture, so you could ask me stuff on might I might get it. Yeah, I'm really good with that stuff. That's good because you're on our podcast. I forget but what her name is and I think she might be a little a little bit mature to play Princess di, but like her the vibe of the lady from killing Eve I. Don't know if anybody watches it. British actress, what's her face? The one of the Brown hair she's lesbian in real life. IRL, FUCK! What's her name? Name! She would be a nice Princess di. They might have to talk Sir I. Down I. Think also for some reason I think like I. Don't know if I've ever heard talks uses a very. I just think that whoever plays Princess Diana needs to be someone that is like beloved by all. Divisive girl I forgot her name, though, but the girl the girl from La La land. Emma Stone Emma Stone. I thought about it was like, but that'll. Off To weight of all the great movies Emma Stone was in. You thought a fucking La La Land I've never seen that ever seen it. I'm just I'm just kidding. I'm judging I'd never seen that. You know I haven't seen Holland. Love really haven't seen it because. Black person told me that like. Oh, I really WANNA. Go see this movie about this. White people teach us about jazz. Now I'll probably pay judge. Having, a great movie I actually way, it's A. It's not what you think. I'm sure when I first saw it I was like Oh. This is going to be one of them like weird musical movies that I really don't WanNa see because. My fiancee's trying to give give you see Mama. Mia and I'm just won't do it. We'll young in watch mommy's. Bucking I will not watching your. 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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

09:16 min | 2 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"What's her name? Who who saying I love the Nightlife Bora gainer no blonde White Lady Love the Nightlife Delta Made Abbas. Really be around that time. They released her song at a single bridges. Eliecer Bridges I was. I was hanging out with the girls. In Perfidious Lawn Patricia Field and the least breaches came and and she was such a like you know they are up for the video in the seventies I this point he just looked like you know bull dyke and she was so sweet and gave us Free singles was like twelve inch pink. I love the nightlife. And she's like if you ever come down to Atlanta. I play at Ej the men's leather bar. Tuesday nights she she was so nice she allies did she. I remember mark really sweet but there was certainly An appreciation for vintage clothing and culture and movies. And even if you think about Wait stock and you know lady miscarriages and delights aesthetic. It was very much. Meant to be a throwback to the you know the love generation of the late sixties and early seventies. So that's what we assume born in fifty three. So No uh-huh yeah. She was very was really nice to meet her. It's fun you think. New York is full of celebrities. You don't necessarily least I don't meet them left and right so once in a while to tell you the truth. I'm usually excited about the less major celebrity's sometimes I'd be working at a party in the huge celebrity would be there. I don't even know who they are. I don't watch those things but it would take a picture next to them anyway because it'll look good for me. I'm going to pick but when it was somebody that I'm into like Mitt Meeting Miss Yvonne From Pee Wee's playhouse like was such a thrill for me that an emit giambi. I've heard great things about John. Paragon who plays GIAMBI and Lynne Stewart? Who plays missive on? Like you could write to them and be like. Hey you like I love you all like when you're in real life is the nicest parts of MRI. Von When peewee was on Broadway perfidious did Miss Yvonne's hair and she brought me to the dressing room. It's got to hang out with them and it was amazing. Incoming God I love you either to me. That's like better than eating. You know I'd rather meet them than those Kardashians. She was so sweet she she had a little party. One of the empty dressing rooms. She turns it into a party room after the show and invited me to the after show party so it was fun. So so Lynne. Stewart really is the most beautiful woman in puppet land. I just told her that on facebook. She wished me happy birthday. And I said you're still the most beautiful woman to focus lamb. Well happy it's past thank you. Yeah I had a celebrate my birthday a basically by myself and at my husband in the other room and working alone and it felt like I was alone in the desert. I thought the apocalypse would be now more like mad. Max Beyond Thunderdome. Tina Turner comes out and says like. Don't tell me about the rules. I made the rules and the will says if you bust deal face the wheel like that. You know what? I'm kind of glad. That's not the apocalypse. Yeah you guys not using the Thunderdome. It's just sitting there rust and away. I am just mostly dealing with this by not dealing with it. I try to read a little news. And then turn it off and watch insane things on a net flicks. I told you about the movie. I'm obsessed with did deny we started watching. Oh my ghost that is my corentin kick. I am obsessed with. Oh my ghost on Netflix. A slapstick Drag Queen. Ghost movie Minutes into it in this is kind of confusing and it's really hard to follow. That's easier to follow as you go on Although part is very hard to follow but And so you were discussing with us this movie. Oh my is actually. There's like four or five of them on Netflix. There there are actually six of them. So there's one of them that came before this movie. That's not on their heart. Look yeah because remember in the credits in the opening credits. It says are to know Netflix. Explicit and their friend pancake is already dead but other than the fact that pancake is dead. I think there's nothing else you have to know. The actress who plays pancake it comes back is the sister or brother or something like that should see comes as a sister but then she comes back also like if you keep watching the movie we're talking about is oh my ghost and it's a ghost story told by Thai drag Queens Okay. So this is basically a film that has Just imagine the three stooges if they were tie and in drag and directed by John Waters and using the sound effects provided by Hanna Barbera Studios. That's a good description just like ru Paul's drag race Thailand. It's really he like I just I having a really hard time just figuring out what is going on and the boys the boys in the in the in the movie are really cute. The 'cause they have their aunties in their aunties you said Reminded you have some of the Queen's that you would see in Thailand because you've been going to Thailand for years rain now they have a lot of the same kind of drag. We have because of the drag race influence the traditionally most of the performers were beautiful. Trans girls that were like beautiful and then the comedian ones were usually like not Trans Chubby. Not the best looking so like almost. They're they're brought. Idea of. Humor is a ugliest funny. They would even do their makeup to look uglier like paint their nostrils to look turned up. Or you know what tapes her nose flat like Amy Sedaris used to do sometimes or blackout teeth like the false eyelashes common gag in this. And I'm wondering like is this a reaction to Paul's drag race when gun had a Wonky eyelash. I don't think these movies have been going on so long from the early two thousands so I don't like I don't think I heard this is the John I have to ask more questions. But this DRAG GHOST. Mufi thing is like been staying apart from this series and I have to learn more about it. There is a whole there is a whole like okay trying to tell you as much as I understand the term ladyboy. The entire is cut choice. I'm not pronouncing it. Perfectly now. Cut Toy goes back to the days before there was even surgery so it is a very broad umbrella term. A transgender woman would color. They would call her a coach Roy but they would also call very Queenie man who was just very fem Koi and so the assist like singing movies of like the comedian Choi There's another movie on. Netflix called to get this name. It's called footsie's and the fake translates to seizes like their translation of the word. And it's these like crazy Queenie guys that are sometimes in drag with no explanations times they're not it's definitely a higher production value than ghost. It's also an outrageous storyline. They very with their jokes about being ugly jokes about being fat jerks about you having crooked teeth but it's more watchable. I watched it. It's a little long but is really funny to Polari word for bottom so you see trade to trade is when two bottoms hook up. It seems like it's easier for Hollywood to tell the story of a straight six gendered man. Who's dressing up in drag in order to get a job or to win back the love of this family as opposed to you know somebody a gay or trans person or even a heterosexual woman Dressing up in drag just to have a little fun. It's forced feminization really. It's like to become a woman. I have to do it that way I can do so. I can so that these other things can be accomplished and you know for a lot of people. It's for someone who's Asian as a fetish. We interviewed Amy Vodka House. Who like? That's her job now. She basically is a dominatrix. Forced feminization person. Guys COME OVER TO THEIR HOUSE. They she pays them lots of money. She dresses them up in little panties. Maybe she'll whip them and humiliate them take some photos and then she sends them on her way GIG. She quit her job at the hotel. Because you just like. I'd rather do this at home. And but she's like between that and making wigs. I'm fine is only one better gig than.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"What's her name? Who who saying I love the Nightlife Bora gainer no blonde White Lady Love the Nightlife Delta Made Abbas. Really be around that time. They released her song at a pig. Bridges Eliecer Bridges. I was in. I was hanging out with the girls. In Perfidious Lawn Patricia Field and the least breaches came and and she was such a like. You know they are up for the video in the seventies at this point he just looked like you know bull dyke and she was so sweet and gave us Free singles was like twelve inch pink. I love the nightlife. And she's like if you ever come down Orlando play at Ej the men's leather bar. Tuesday nights she she was so nice. She allies did she. I remember mark really sweet. But there was a certainly An appreciation for vintage clothing and culture and movies. And even if you think about Wait stock and you know lady miscarriages and delights aesthetic. It was very much. Meant to be a throwback to the you know the love generation of the late sixties and early seventies. So that's what we assume born in fifty three. So No uh-huh yeah. She was very was really nice to meet her. It's fun you think. New York is full of celebrities. You don't necessarily at least I don't meet them left and right so once in a while to tell you the truth. I'm usually excited about the less major celebrity's sometimes I'd be working at a party in the huge celebrity would be there. I don't even know who they are. I don't watch those things but it would take a picture next to them anyway. So it'll look good for me. I'm going to pick but when it was somebody that I'm into like Mitt Meeting Miss Yvonne From Pee Wee's playhouse like was such a thrill for me. That an emit Giambi heard great things about John. Paragon who plays GIAMBI and Lynne Stewart? Who plays missive on? Like you could write to them and be like hey like I love you all like when you're in real life is the nicest parts of MRI. Von When peewee was on Broadway perfidious did Miss Yvonne's hair and she brought me to the dressing room. It's got to hang out with them and it was amazing. Incoming God I love you the to me. That's like better than eating. You know I'd rather meet them than those Kardashians. She was so sweet she she had a little party. One of the empty dressing rooms. She turns it into a party room after the show and invited me to the after show party so it was fun. So so Lynne. Stewart really is the most beautiful woman in puppet land. I just told her that on facebook. She wished me happy birthday. And I said you're still the most beautiful woman to focus lamb. We'll happy but thank you. Yeah I had a celebrate my birthday a basically by myself and at my husband in the other room and working alone and it felt like I was alone in the desert. I thought the apocalypse would be now more like mad. Max Beyond Thunderdome. Tina Turner comes out and says like. Don't tell me about the rules. I made the rules and the will says if you bust deal face the wheel like that. You know what? I'm kind of glad. That's not the apocalypse. Yeah you guys not using the Thunderdome. It's just sitting there rust and away. I am just mostly dealing with this by not dealing with it. I try to read a little news. And then turn it off and watch insane things on a net flicks. I told you about the movie. I'm obsessed with did deny we started watching. Oh my ghost that is my corentin kick. I am obsessed with. Oh my ghost. On Net flicks is a slapstick. Drag Queen? Ghost movie He minutes into it and fast as like. This is kind of confusing. And it's really hard to follow. That's easier to follow as you go on Although part is very hard to follow but And so you were discussing with us this movie. Oh my is actually. There's like four or five of them on Netflix. There there are actually six of them. So there's one of them that came before this movie. That's not on their look. Yeah because remember in the credits in the opening credits. It says are to no Netflix. Explicit and their friend pancake is already dead but other than the fact that pancake is dead. I think there's nothing else you have to know. The actress who plays pancake it comes back is the sister or brother or something like that should see comes as a sister but then she comes back also like if you keep watching the movie we're talking about is oh my ghost and it's a ghost story told by Thai drag Queens Okay. So this is basically a film that has Just imagine the three stooges if they were tie and in drag and directed by John Waters and using the sound effects provided by Hanna Barbera Studios. That's a good description just like ru Paul's drag race Thailand. It's really he like I just I having a really hard time just figuring out what is going on and the boys the boys in the in the in the movie are really cute. The 'cause they have their aunties in their aunties you said Reminded you have some of the Queen's that you would see in Thailand as you've been going to Thailand for years rain now they have a lot of the same kind of drag. We have because of the drag race influence traditionally most of the performers were beautiful trans girls that were like beautiful and then the comedian ones were usually like not Trans Chubby. Not the best looking so like almost. They're they're brought. Idea of. Humor is a ugliest funny. They would even do their makeup to look uglier like paint their nostrils to look turned up. Or you know what tapes her nose flat like Amy Sedaris used to do sometimes or blackout teeth like the false eyelashes common gag in this. And I'm wondering like is this a reaction to Paul's drag race when Jia gun had a wonky eyelash. I don't think these movies have been going on so long from the early two thousands so I don't like I don't think I heard this is the John Reid. I have to ask more questions. But this DRAG GHOST. Mufi thing is like been staying apart from this series and I have to learn more about it. There is a whole there is a whole like okay trying to tell you as much as I understand. The term ladyboy entire is cut choice. I'm not pronouncing it. Perfectly now. Cut Toy goes back to the days before there was even surgery so it is a very broad umbrella term. A transgender woman would color. They would call her a coach Roy but they would also call very Queenie man who was just very fem coy and so the assist like singing movies of like the comedian. Choi There's another movie on. Netflix called to get this name. It's called footsie's and the fake translates seizes like their translation of the word and it's these like crazy Queenie guys that are sometimes in drag with no explanations times they're not it's definitely a higher production value. Than Ghost. It's also an outrageous storyline. They very with their jokes about being ugly jokes about being fat jerks about you having crooked teeth but it's more watchable. I watched it. It's a little long but is really funny to Polari word for bottom so you costume. Trade to trade is when two bottoms hook up. It seems like it's easier for Hollywood to tell the story of a straight six gendered man. Who's dressing up in drag in order to get a job or to win back the love of this family as opposed to you know somebody a gay or trans person or even a heterosexual woman Dressing up in drag just to have a little fun. It's forced feminization really. It's like to become a woman. I have to do it that way I can do so. I can so that these other things can be accomplished and you know for a lot of people. It's for someone who's ation as a fetish. We interviewed Amy Vodka House. Who like? That's her job now. She basically is a dominatrix. Forced feminization person. Guys COME OVER TO THEIR HOUSE. They them lots of money. She dresses them up in little panties. Maybe she'll whip them and humiliate them take some photos and then she sends them on her. Way GIG yeah you know? She quit her job at the hotel. Because you just like. I'd rather do this at home. And but she's like between that and making wigs. I'm fine is only one better gig.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"What's her name? Who who saying I love the nightlife. Gloria Gainer no blonde White Lady Love the Nightlife Delta. Made Abbas. Really be around that time. They released her song at a pig. Bridges Eliecer Bridges. I was I was hanging out with the girls. In Perfidious Lawn Patricia Field and least two breaches came and and she was such a like you know they are up for the video in the seventies. I this point he just looked like you know bull dyke and she was so sweet and gave us Free singles was like twelve inch pink. I love the nightlife. And she's like if you ever come down Orlando I play at. Ej The men's leather bar. Tuesday nights she she was so nice. She allies did she. I remember mark really sweet. But there was a certainly An appreciation for vintage clothing and culture and movies. And even if you think about Wait stock and you know lady miscarriages and delights aesthetic. It was very much. Meant to be a throwback to the you know the love generation of the late sixties and early seventies. So that's what we assume born in fifty three. So No uh-huh yeah. She was very was really nice to meet her. It's fun you think. New York is full of celebrities. You don't necessarily least I don't meet them left and right so once in a while to tell you the truth. I'm usually excited about the less major celebrity's sometimes I'd be working at a party in the huge celebrity would be there. I don't even know who they are. I don't watch those things but it would take a picture next to them anyway. So it'll look good for me. I'm going to pick but when it was somebody that I'm into like Mitt Meeting Miss Yvonne From Pee Wee's playhouse like was such a thrill for me. That an emit Giambi heard great things about John. Paragon who plays GIAMBI and Lynne Stewart? Who plays missive on? Like you could write to them and be like hey like I love you all like when you're in real life is the nicest parts of MRI. Von When peewee was on Broadway perfidious did Miss Yvonne's hair and she brought me to the dressing room. It's got to hang out with them and it was amazing. Incoming God I love you either to me. That's like better than eating. You know I'd rather meet them than those Kardashians. She was so sweet she she had a little party. One of the empty dressing rooms. She turns it into a party room after the show and invited me to the after show party so it was fun. So so Lynne. Stewart really is the most beautiful woman in puppet land. I just told her that on facebook. She wished me happy birthday. And I said you're still the most beautiful woman to focus lamb. Well happy it's past thank you. Yeah I had a celebrate my birthday a basically by myself and at my husband in the other room and working alone and it felt like I was alone in the desert. I thought the apocalypse would be now more like mad. Max Beyond Thunderdome. Tina Turner comes out and says like. Don't tell me about the rules. I made the rules and the will says if you bust deal face the wheel like that you know. I'm kind of glad that's not the apocalypse. Yeah you guys not using the Thunderdome. It's just sitting there rust and away. I am just mostly dealing with this by not dealing with it. I try to read a little news. And then turn it off and watch insane things on a net flicks. I told you about the movie. I'm obsessed with deny we started watching. Oh my ghost that is my corentin kick. I am obsessed with. Oh my ghost on. It is a slapstick drag queen. Ghost movie Minutes into it in this is kind of confusing and it's really hard to follow. That's easier to follow as you go on Although part two is very hard to follow but And so you were discussing with us this movie. Oh my is actually. There's like four or five of them on Netflix. There there are actually six of them. So there's one of them that came before this movie. That's not on their heart. Look yeah because remember in the credits in the opening credits. It says are to know Netflix. Explicit and their friend pancake is already dead but other than the fact that pancake is dead. I think there's nothing else you have to know. The actress who plays pancake it comes back is the sister or brother or something like that should see comes as a sister but then she comes back also like if you keep watching the movie we're talking about is oh my ghost and it's a ghost story told by Thai drag Queens Okay. So this is basically a film that has Just imagine the three stooges if they were tie and in drag and directed by John Waters and using the sound effects provided by Hanna Barbera Studios. That's a good description just like ru Paul's drag race Thailand. It's really he like I just I having a really hard time just figuring out what is going on and the boys the boys in the in the in the movie are really cute. The 'cause they have their aunties in their aunties you said Reminded you have some of the Queen's that you would see in Thailand as you've been going to Thailand for years rain now they have a lot of the same kind of drag. We have because of the drag race influence traditionally most of the performers were beautiful trans girls that were like beautiful and then the comedian ones were usually like not Trans Chubby. Not the best looking so like almost. They're they're brought. Idea of. Humor is a ugliest funny. They would even do their makeup to look uglier like paint their nostrils to look turned up. Or you know what tapes her nose flat like Amy Sedaris used to do sometimes or blackout teeth like the false eyelashes common gag in this. And I'm wondering like is this a reaction to Paul's drag race when gun had a Wonky eyelash. I don't think these movies have been going on so long from the early two thousands so I don't like I don't think I heard. This is the John Reid. I have to ask more questions. But this DRAG GHOST. Mufi thing is like been staying apart from this series and I have to learn more about it. There is a whole there is a whole like okay trying to tell you as much as I understand. The term ladyboy entire is cut choice. I'm not pronouncing it. Perfectly now. Cut Toy goes back to the days before there was even surgery so it is a very broad umbrella term. A transgender woman would color. They would call her a coach Roy but they would also call very Queenie man who was just very fem Choy and so the assist like singing movies of like the comedian Choi There's another movie on. Netflix called to get this name. It's called Tutsies and the fake translates to seizes like their translation of the word. And it's these like crazy quaint guys. That are sometimes in drag. With no explanations times they're not It's definitely a higher production value than ghost. It's also an outrageous storyline. They very with their jokes about being ugly jokes about being fat jerks about you having crooked teeth but it's more watchable. I watched it. It's a little long but it is really funny to Polari word for bottom so you see trade to trade is when to bottoms hook up. It seems like it's easier for Hollywood to tell the story of a straight six gendered man. Who's dressing up in drag in order to get a job or to win back the love of this family as opposed to you know somebody a gay or trans person or even a heterosexual woman Dressing up in drag just to have a little fun. It's forced feminization really. It's like to become a woman. I have to do it that way I can do so. I can so that these other things can be accomplished and you know for a lot of people. It's for someone who's -ation as a fetish. We interviewed Amy Vodka House. Who like? That's her job now. She basically is a dominatrix. Forced feminization person. Guys COME OVER TO THEIR HOUSE. They she pays them lots of money. She dresses them up in little panties. Maybe she'll whip them and humiliate them take some photos and then she sends them on her. Way GIG yeah you know? She quit her job at the hotel. Because you just like. I'd rather do this at home. And but she's like between that and making wigs. I'm fine is only one better.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

09:14 min | 2 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"What's her name? Who WHO SAYING. I love the Nightlife Bora Gainer. No Blonde White Lady. I love the Nightlife Delta. Made Abbas really her around that time. They released her song at a single bridges. Eliecer bridges. I was in. I was hanging out with the girls. In Perfidious Lawn Patricia Field and the least breaches came and and she was such a like. You know they are up for the video in the seventies at this point he just looked like you know bull dyke and she was so sweet and gave us Free singles was like twelve inch pink. I love the nightlife. And she's like if you ever come down to Atlanta. I play at Ej the men's leather bar. Tuesday nights she she was so nice she allies did she. I remember mark really sweet. But there was a certainly An appreciation for vintage clothing and culture and movies. And even if you think about Wait stock and you know lady miscarriages and delights aesthetic. It was very much. Meant to be a throwback to the you know the love generation of the late sixties and early seventies. So that's what we assume born in fifty three. So No uh-huh yeah. She was very was really nice to meet her. It's fun you think. New York is full of celebrities. You don't necessarily at least I don't meet them left and right so once in a while to tell you the truth. I'm usually excited about the less major celebrity's sometimes I'd be working at a party in the huge celebrity would be there. I don't even know who they are. I don't watch those things but it would take a picture next to them anyway because it'll look good for me. I'm going to pick but when it was somebody that I'm into like Mitt Meeting Miss Yvonne From Pee Wee's playhouse like was such a thrill for me that an image Giambi heard great things about John. Paragon who plays GIAMBI and Lynne Stewart? Who plays missive on? Like you could write to them and be like hey like I love you all like when you're in real life is the nicest parts of MRI. Von When peewee was on Broadway perfidious did Miss Yvonne's hair and she brought me to the dressing room. It's got to hang out with them and it was amazing. Incoming God I love you either to me. That's like better than eating. You know I'd rather meet them than those Kardashians. She was so sweet she she had a little party. One of the empty dressing rooms. She turns it into a party room after the show and invited me to the after show party so it was fun. So so Lynne. Stewart really is the most beautiful woman in puppet land. I just told her that on facebook. She wished me happy birthday. And I said you're still the most beautiful woman to focus lamb. Well happy it's past thank you. Yeah I had a celebrate my birthday a basically by myself and at my husband in the other room and you know working alone and it felt like I was alone in the desert. I thought the apocalypse would be now more like mad. Max Beyond Thunderdome. Tina Turner comes out and says like. Don't tell me about the rules. I made the rules and the will says if you bust deal face the wheel like that you know. I'm kind of glad that's not the apocalypse guys not using the Thunderdome. It's just sitting there. Rust and away. I am just mostly dealing with this by not dealing with it. I try to read a little news. And then turn it off and watch insane things on a net flicks. I told you about the movie. I'm obsessed with did deny we started watching. Oh my ghost that is my corentin kick. I am obsessed with. Oh my ghost on. Netflix is a tie slapstick. Drag Queen Ghost movie What he minutes into it in this is kind of confusing and it's really hard to follow. That's easier to follow as you go on Although part is very hard to follow but And so you were discussing with us this movie. Oh my is actually. There's like four or five of them on Netflix. There there are actually six of them. So there's one of them that came before this movie. That's not on their heart. Look yeah because remember in the credits in the opening credits. It says are to know Netflix. Explicit and their friend pancake is already dead but other than the fact that pancake is dead. I think there's nothing else you have to know. The actress who plays pancake it comes back is the sister or brother or something like that should see comes as a sister but then she comes back also like if you keep watching the movie we're talking about is oh my ghost and it's a ghost story told by Thai drag Queens Okay. So this is basically a film that has Just imagine the three stooges if they were tie and in drag and directed by John Waters and using the sound effects provided by Hanna Barbera Studios. That's a good description just like ru Paul's drag race Thailand. He like I just I having a really hard time just figuring out what is going on and the boys the boys in the in the movie are really cute. The 'cause they have their aunties in their aunties you said Reminded you have some of the Queen's that you would see in Thailand because you've been going to Thailand for years rain now they have a lot of the same kind of drag. We have because of the drag race influence traditionally most of the performers were beautiful trans girls that were like beautiful and then the comedian ones were usually like not Trans Chubby. Not the best looking so like almost. They're they're brought. Idea of. Humor is a ugliest funny. They would even do their makeup to look uglier like paint their nostrils to look turned up. Or you know what tapes her nose flat like Amy Sedaris used to do sometimes or blackout teeth like the false eyelashes common gag in this. And I'm wondering like is this a reaction to Paul's drag race when Jia gun had a wonky eyelash. I don't think these movies have been going on so long from the early two thousands so I don't like I don't think I heard this is the John Reid. I have to ask more questions. But this DRAG GHOST. Mufi thing is like been staying apart from this series and I have to learn more about it. There is a whole there is a whole like okay trying to tell you as much as I understand the term ladyboy. The entire is cut choice. I'm not pronouncing it. Perfectly now. Cut Toy goes back to the days before there was even surgery so it is a very broad umbrella term. A transgender woman would color. They would call her a coach Roy but they would also call very Queenie man who was just very fem Koi and so the assist like singing movies of like the comedian Choi There's another movie on. Netflix called to get this name. It's called Tutsies and the fake translates to seizes like their translation of the word. And it's these like crazy Queenie guys that are sometimes in drag with no explanations times they're not it's definitely a higher production value than ghost. It's also an outrageous storyline. They very with their jokes about being ugly jokes about being fat jerks about you having crooked teeth but it's more watchable. I watched it. It's a little long but it is really funny to Polari word for bottom so you see trade to trade is when to bottoms hook up. It seems like it's easier for Hollywood to tell the story of a straight six gendered man. Who's dressing up in drag in order to get a job or to win back the love of this family as opposed to you know somebody a gay or trans person or even a heterosexual woman Dressing up in drag just to have a little fun. It's forced feminization really. It's like to become a woman. I have to do it that way I can so I can so that these other things can be accomplished and you know for a lot of people. It's for someone who's ation as a fetish. We interviewed Amy Vodka House. Who like? That's her job now. She basically is a dominatrix. Forced feminization person. Guys COME OVER TO THEIR HOUSE. They she pays them lots of money. She dresses them up in little panties. Maybe she'll whip them and humiliate them take some photos and then she sends them on her way GIG. She quit her job at the hotel. Because you just like. I'd rather do this at home. And but she's like between that and making wigs. I'm fine is.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

12:41 min | 2 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Oh okay So your your your your doctor person. Tenth Doctor Yes. I've united have you. I don't like hell. Historian did but all my favorite stories stories tend to be in serious two to four so okay all right all right so So interesting that we're talking ninth doctor episode then instead of instructor Dr Episode but maybe at some future point you can come back and we could talk tenths doctor. It's all right so yes so this is a you know I definitely appreciate you know the fact that you know that okay. You didn't get into the area Harry at first but then he went back and then he kinda check it out. So what did you. So what is your take on. Jodie whittaker I guess is my next question I mean it's yes I do very much so I mean I think some people I mean. There's something in series eleven. I wasn't quite so happy with but I liked it overall. We're all but some people I mean online are taking it a bit too seriously. Yeah Yeah I think that's just toxic phantom rearing during its ugly head this show is only made for me and anything that is in the way I like it. It's bad and therefore anyone who district me. He is wrong. Yeah obviously we've talked about that here this this horrible sense of Fan entitlement that everything has to be their way or not at all. Yeah Yeah and it's very frustrating because You know I'm a fan of all the doctors. Personally I love them all in different ways and I'm really enjoying jodie anyway. Kerr's run. I think she's a great doctor and I'm looking for two series twelve. So did you see the series to twelve trailers. Oh yes I did. Did you think what was your reaction to that. I was kind of dancing in my seat and I was like okay. Hurry up twenty twenty five so you so you you get pulled go you got hooked by it. Let's hope that at twenty twenty is the year of Yes because quite frankly they were some episodes. There's like if you put a potted plant there with the plot really change to say it but then you know. I know Chris that we had was that has severely early underwritten in series eleven You know she had some great episode demons put job that was really good for her but or you know the What was it the The one but the the The Iraq needs or your into the UK. Yeah yeah that one so she because does she a little bit with her grandmother and to enter family so so that was good but the perfect that yeah. She was very underwritten. In my opinion and I'd like to see her step out to the forefront a little bit more fingers crossed Yep Yep so we'll see all right so let's let's time travel back two thousand five before you even got into doctor who I was eating crayons at this point so obviously on a little bit older than you just just a tad so so I got to watch this. When it came out back in the day backed up but I really enjoyed it and I had fun watching it re watching watching it over the weekend so long game guess cast of course Simon Pegg as the editor? And you're at all a sci Fi Geek like myself you know that Simon Pegg is very cool. He's been a lot of different things he was actually in another doctor who story. He played the character. Don Cheney in a big finish audio adventure invaders from Mars which is an eighth doctor. Big Finish audio adventure with Paul. mcgann's doctor. Very cool call. He did that back in the day and he was also in movies. Like Shaun of the dead hot fuzz as. It's a great movie. Isn't it to two thousand nine in Star Trek's trilogy the Kelvin time-line Trilogy Played Benji Don in the mission impossible movies starting with mission. Impossible three I believe and and He was the character. euchre plot in Star Wars. The Force Awakens and that was him. Yeah the one that kind of treats a ray a horribly give doling out those food portions. That was that was Simon Pegg. Believe it or not and the Chamberlain recently and the Dark Crystal Crystal Age of resistance which is a very cool series on flex. especially if you're like an eighties Geek like me that bringing that series back and He voiced one of the major ager characters. In that that revive on Netflix. We also had Christine Adams who play Catholica Santini Qadea. That's a mouthful She is primarily known. These days for playing Lynne Stewart on the WSB black lightning says I'm a big DC COMICS FAN so I watch black lightning religiously and it's kind of tricky to know. Oh Hey that's what's her name from. That's that's Christine Adams from the long game. So that's Kinda cool She's awesome zone episodes of agents of shield. She's in the movie tron legacy and the movie Batman begins so I thought I'd mentioned that and we also had Anna Maxwell Martin Martin as sukey McRae Cantrell. who was a character named Matty Bauer in a couple of big finish audio adventures for the diary of River Song Long Series featuring Alex Kingston which are fantastic She was in the episodes the unknown and the eye of the storm. And if you're a fan of the adaptation of Neil gaiman Terry Patchett good omens. She played the character yells above in that adaptation recently. which is a very equal series? I highly recommend it. If you have Amazon prime very cool or you can check it out on home video now but it's really good. David tennant is fantastic. In that. You're eight I've been over the summer. Yeah Yeah if you're if you're David tennant fan you definitely need to watch good omens recommended. Because he because he even does his tenth doctor accent in that in that in that series ironically his hair in good omens looks more like the tenth doctors here than it does invitation. The doctor Yes yes says Wolf would say. It's all sticky. Yeah yeah all right Soup Trivia before we get started just really quickly The concept of long game game was originally submitted by Russell t davies to the doctor who script office in the nineteen eighties and apparently in the book the shooting Scripts Russell t davies. Claims is that he originally wrote the episode from Adams Perspective watching things from his point of view. kind of like how rose did in the episode. So rose if you remember that kind of getting with Adam kind of being a gateway character to that doctor who world And he basically the premise was that in original draft He saw the rows and rows in the doctor is enigmatic frightening characters in and then he later gave this outline the working title Adam and then later the companion who couldn't so little trivia there. I think I think they went better with a long. Yeah I think that's a much better title personally. I mean if you compare it to like the whole I suppose you could say series. Are Mrs Setting up. What the parting of the ways and bad add wolf with the whole Shebang of seller five happens when the doctor does not look back right? Yes there is definitely some consequences from the story worry and Like you said like I said it kind of establish a satellite five as a as a setting which we pick back up with. Yes yes you freezing. Yeah I do I do kinda glitch up video. The audio was fine so I was recording. Okay but I appreciate you telling me that because the Rafer skype now he's giving me trouble So this is you know it's it's it's kind of like you said it does Kinda Kinda future connotations and brings a lot to You know it's interesting because it shows like this like this is a companion handy with Adam and we'll talk about Adam here in a minute that he doesn't work out and you know the doctor you know. Once he finds the atom went off in and put this little door as the doctor refers to in his forehead obviously taking a little too much initiative and showing. What kind of a danger he is? Especially to time You know the the the web of time and so he essentially kicks at him out of the Tartus and we'll talk about that shortly all right so First topic. Let's talk about the ninth doctor. Adam and rose and Dan Hannah what. What's what's your take on on our main characters in this episode I will say I think it was an interesting with the opening of the episode? You have the hardest landing on satellite five for the first time and you have the doctor and rose kind of getting ahead started jumping out and the doctor pretty much gives rose the script as to okay. We're we're on a whereas base station. It's the year two hundred thousand. This is what you tell him and he this is. It's normally his whole. Shebang is being the one who's the cleverest boy in clever town and all about impressing people so i. I just thought that was interesting because he clearly knows that this is somewhat important to her and I don't think he's really done that since with other companions it come to think of it. Yeah I don't I think so either. I think you're right. I think that's a great insight. Yeah my my take you know I I think the Nice doctor you know. He's He's if you notice he he. He goes through this episode He. He's very quickly dismissive of atom. He he kind of like especially at the beginning when when when atom faints upon seeing that you know he makes that crack about like well. He's your boyfriend and rose not anymore and you notice roses. It was really quick to drop her boyfriend's first. Mickey she kicks him to the curb. And then you know she kicks Adam to the curve really quickly so at this point. Yeah Rosen the best most committal person. I don think I was watching this episode. Ars Thinking but rose what about Mickey Before boomtown where he puts his foot down and says worth through. But it's just he's not even from the same year as you. If you were to go back to two thousand five. He'd be twelve years old right exactly and in the with the. Yeah because yeah. He's he was from two thousand twelve when they picked him up and so a little bit in her future and But this is still his first experience and she's just you know just really quick to just drop him and you know and and just like look look remember how you were that first moment would you step out in the end of the world. Remember that so you just you think she would be a little more sympathetic than she was. Be Fair air she did. She didn't have very nice things to say about Casandra. So this story so just just something. You've yeah that was a that was a fun story so atom of course goes off makes this excuse use to rose that you know I'm having a hard time taking everything in I kinda WanNa be by myself and so he says I'll just leave me on the observation survey Shin Deck. I'm just going to hang out there. You in the doctor go do whatever. Because there's no way I can get between you two about that. Yes yeah it's something. I noticed going back by bitter. Watch a series one. Is the scene. Be Pushing the doctor and rose as as an item item. I know this whole Shebang Romance and whatnot but the doctor but I can see with. I think I don't know if it's matter. Her of just the actors. But I can see more with Rosen the tenth doctor but not so much with her. The ninth doctor's.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:36 min | 2 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"About that I thank you I hope you have a wonderful thanksgiving yes it's great thank you how about you it was great great yeah not lots of good friends good food Hey what will be on my questions I was just wanting if someone once again the sema show in Vegas what do you have to do to get in there so you can't you have to be part of the automotive field at least you're supposed to be I see people try to do all kinds of tricks all the time to do that show is truly about all the new stuff that's come out and it's for people that that actually work in the automotive field to be honest with you okay yeah so unfortunately if you don't work in the automotive field but but if you know somebody that does they can take you as a friend so I I you know I mean that's that's there can be done that way but yes you have to be with somebody to get tickets to get into that that that works in the automotive field because that's what that show is all about right I thank you no my question is first what did a general quick question what breaks I've been a break for a long time if that's backyard mechanic and I've noticed a factory pads and stuff don't have have grease on the friction points recommendation from manufactures they you know they include crease for recommended him Christopher complex what what your opinion on that well what it what it does when you do that number one is is allows the pad to move a lot easier so it's it's that that the graph I greasy put that you put little tabs on the back of the pad obviously where it it's it's a good way to do it for sure you know and then obviously you all you all your sliding points of the caliber and all that you want to make sure they're there greased up properly we tend to use high temp silicone for that is far as that goes but like depends and things like that in the slides so yeah right right yeah did you know doing a proper brake job and do it in installments of properties imperative and it does make the pads last longer where better not less noise things like that great thank you all for joining and I've got a two thousand three Honda Odyssey and for some reason when we turn about a forty five degree angle it left or right the house and go over a few bumps the horned kinda just goes off slightly to not at our worst recommendations for tracking something like that down most likely it's in the the clocks spring and that's in the steering wheel so there's probably a short in it and that's what happens inside it said the clock spring handles the yacht turning of of the contacts in there for the horn the airbag and all that stuff for the steering wheel so it it's all run to the clocks spring and use it when you start get in if you like that really what we do is typically pull that up and out and take a look to see make sure there's no why you're also that's chafed below that that when you turn hard is kind of put it on a tweak or something like that causing it to ground but a lot of times it's in the clock spring itself hot springs towards the steering wheel or is it more at the other end it's in the steering wheel okay it's right underneath the airbag you need to be extremely careful obviously dealing with that you don't wanna start grounding the wrong things inside there an airbag on off of your face could well head could kill you to be honest with your face is close enough to it so print out the if you want to be very careful about stuff when you start messing around with that but yeah testing is going to have to all be done right there in a most likely it's right there in the steering wheel it's probably the clocks spring okay great yeah but warrant what want to touch it myself but have to come in on a Christian just because they're both great people in el Cajon thank you for your comments thanks they done amazing job and I and and they really care about people and that's what's important for sure yeah we sure do but I thanks mark we can help you out let us know have a wonderful safe we can enjoy the family you too thanks bye bye great tech questions good good stuff there no no yeah do you do you start dealing with air bags that you want to be looking for if you're not Mary the all star poke getting grounded things in there it could turn wrong really fast so that's Kerry is not like having a bomb going so when I was on the older CW and L. on Saturday mornings we did everything life I blew up some air bags in the back parking lot of of the C. W. on the news that's kind of mine I was with Lynne Stewart at that time she was that news news anchor and I tore I said don't yell because you I said don't don't give the study loud so when I all you hear is what I'd love for some off she Kamal what he does it was is very startling but it's kind of cool to do we set up an area knives ramp long wiring to amend in Saddam offers a lot of fun we put stuff on top of them blew it up off the top of a of a lot of fun doing it so all cool all right folks give us call one eight hundred seven six okay if they beat one eight hundred seven six zero five three six two let's grab Harian CDA go good morning good morning Harry good morning long term touched were and you guys are totally honest were you all the time thank you thank you for your comments at this week we love taking care of people what you got going on this morning well just a little concerned about camp my car details soon they're offering to detail the engine then I was wondering if I should have any concerns about that well the third people say stuff not to do it well okay there's a couple things you need to be careful of we always recommend never detail or steam clean or pressure washing engine that's hot because you can Quentin damage sensors are the other thing you need to be careful about is you can get water and all kinds of spots a lot of vehicles now have what we call recessed well spark plugs in other words there down in a well it if you feel as wells up with water you can end up with the issues that will eventually dry out between them with misfires all kinds of other things we don't like to get water down in those most in his wallet so I guess the key to that is having somebody that's qualified to do so clean the engine and then be extremely careful about how they do it and it must be when the engine is cold except raw those kind of things but typically if you're having that done by some it's detail on the entire car they're well aware not to do the motor when it's hot so they start detailed all the rest car couple hours then everything else is done they finish up with the engine and and then the outside usually okay so as long as somebody knows what they're doing it's fine it's fine we just caution folks about messing with the hot engine and spray water all over it it's not good for alright thank you no problem here if we can help you out anyway let us know have yourself a wonderful safe weekend hope you have a wonderful thanksgiving are you as well thank you thank you take care now bye bye so I didn't even know there was a thing and engine detailing ending the telling me no one detailing Mr engendered I'm sure no actually if they were just under the hood just recently on the kia yes my hamsters who by the way come and pick it he yeah I'm sure you're aware that they can drive heck yeah hamsters because what he's talking about folks is we own a bunch of kia souls and her fleet services vehicles the kia soul and so we threaten maker where hamster see why she's driving around like the kia commercial as she said she's down for it so we'll see we might we might just require that from here on a nice and warm that's yeah how about in August yes No the whole don't wanna be a furry hamster in August definitely not definitely not five books give us a call here one eight hundred seven six okay have to be one eight hundred seven six zero five three six two is worth talking about yeah anything automotive related but we're also talking about only auto repair facility we've been over some of this really good one of the best options like you said before is up you know check out the triple A. side if you're new to an area make sure that the facilities triple a approved if they are they have jumped to a lot of hoops to get their in you know just from there kinda if you know some folks that have gone to the facility may talk to stop in and check the facility out before you need to have a Cup of coffee stop in any of our facilities and have a Cup of coffee chat with everybody Saddam okay I I think I'm gonna bring my vehicle in here want to stop in and talk to you guys and you know see what your facilities about how it looks and you know things like that in what you know what you can learn a lot of information that way and that way you're familiar facility you're familiar with the folks working at the facility and you become like family then and then do you when you need a car repair you call and say Hey this Frank I stop by you don't have to be Frank you can be anybody you want Gerry Gerry it could be your can be Gerry that's me other Gerry other person anyway sorry that's inside joke if you were involved in the radio show during that thing you'll understand what we were talking about but anyway the point to this is that you're familiar you're comfortable and if something does go wrong or you need a facility to do quality work already have one picked out and that's the number one thing that we often talk about in making sure because you don't wanna be caught in a jam and have to make a bad decision alongside the road and the decision you make and no offense but top well I think there's some people that recommend places you got to be careful with and the reason they recommend places is because somebody's been given the money to recommend certain places yeah which if your trip I proved is totally against the rules so we don't do that but are there are I've heard of are unscrupulous people sometimes recommending places that that take a car up alongside the road in the reason they do it it has nothing to do with customer service quality repair warranties or any of that has all to do with the twenty dollars they get stuffed in their pocket for dropping the car off there so you got to be careful about that stuff but give us a call one eight hundred seven six okay if there be one eight hundred seven six zero five three six two we're gonna take our last break.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

12:47 min | 3 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Links to many of the issues. We. Lawyers, the left in the courts in the streets. And on the air is the title of the just published book by our own Michael, Stephen Smith. It profiles some of the nation's most effective agents of social change Michael discusses, how we came to write this book and previews several of the movement lawyers profiled therein as Chris hedges says, quote, the lawyers in this book, valiantly fought the erosion of Justice and assault on the court system. Michael, welcome to law and disorder. Well unwelcome Heidi, I'm glad to be here with you to talk about lawyers for the left. Michael tell us about the origins of this new book. Lawyers for the left came out of I radio show law under sorter, which in turn came out of nine eleven. Because, as you know, Heidi been up, visit me at that time I live right across the street from the twin towers. In fact, had the building fallen over sideways instead of on its self it would have fallen on me. I was up there with my wife and my sixteen pound cat MO, and my talking parrot, Charlie Parker. When the planes, hit the World Trade Center, the neighborhood, turn black than the second building came down. At turn black again. We were totally covered with about four inches of toxic dust, and we had no telephone or water or lights, nothing. The cops told everybody in the building to evacuate and we weren't very portable with the animals. So we stayed overnight. But the next day they told us we had to get out, so we left mo- because he was too heavy to carry, and we took Charlie put him in his traveling cage. We started walking up to the village to stay with Michael Ratner and Karen Minucci in their home up there. And on the way, Charlie kept telling everybody we encountered, it's okay, it's okay, but it wasn't okay? That's when we got the idea to start I radio show lawn disorder was a proposition that we made to WBAI almost fifteen years ago they put us on every other week and then they put us on every week and by the time, Michael passed away, three years ago, we had sixty stations listening to us, and now we have one hundred twenty so Colin Robinson the co publisher of or books said, you know, these interviews that you've done with these significant lawyers a really terrific. Why don't you transcribe an editor them, and we'll publish him? And that was the origin of the book. You and I and Michael interview these wonderful people. We've got twenty three chapters in the book half of the interviews that we did the other half are articles that I wrote about various lawyers, like Bill consular Conrad, Lynn, Bruce, right Haywood burns, significant figures, in American social history. So that's where the book came from it. It's just came out people can get or books or books dot com and order directly. I've been honest little bit of a speaking tour. So this was not the hardest gig I've ever got. And I'm glad to be here with you to talk about it. Michael, what is the underlying theme to the book? Corporate capitalism. Is increasingly. Not compatible with democracy. That's what we think. That's what a number of the lawyers that we profile in the book articulate. I think that would be the underlying theme. Michael, what is the law? Well, liberals think the laws system of rules and regulations, so that people can resolve disputes between themselves or between themselves and the government and any mistakes that are made can be corrected. That's the law that Bill consular had a different definition of the law, which I think is a much wiser, one Bill said that the law is in fundamental essence, nothing more than a method of control created by a socioeconomic system determined at all costs to perpetuate itself by all means necessary for as long as possible. Well, I think that what Michael Tigar said about Bill consular, quote, Michael said, well, that's half. Right. But if you're batting five hundred you can still lead the league and Michael added something, I'm sure Bill would agree with, and that's that you can't just rule by repression. You can't have six cops and every street crime, you could. But it's, it's, it's hard expensive way to rule and not effective. Effective. And so they rule in a different way much more subtle way they ruled by myths. There's a mythology that we live in a democracy. There's a mythology that we have a marketplace of ideas were all created equal with the right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Well, we're not all created equal. My son is not equal to Donald Trump sons, and there is no equal opportunity. They say there is. But there's not. But it's those myths that perpetuate this increasingly unfair and scary society your book contains individuals who we hear on lawn disorder would really call luminaries. Let's start with Lynn Stewart courageous luminary. We interviewed her many times, and we print in the book, one of the interviews, as you know, Lynne represented, the famous blind shake in a case in the mid nineties, and after he was framed up and convicted and sent to maxi prison in Minnesota. She went out to visit him and her purpose in visiting him. Was to issue a press release to try to keep his name in front of the public. She did that and nothing happened. She violated a rule was a slap on the wrist rule and two years later after nine eleven and after Bush got elected Ashcroft John Ashcroft pushes attorney general was looking to make an example out of an attorney and scare them from representing anybody accused of terrorism is they went back and they found what Lynn Stewart had done when she issued that press release, and they indicted her for materially giving assistance to terrorism, what was the material assistance, a press release, and they tried her downtown couple blocks from nine eleven they put big eight by ten foot photographs of Osama bin Laden on the walls. They scared the jury to death. The jury came back with the guilty verdict. While the judge was not unsympathetic to Liz Stuart and he sends her to twenty eight months in prison. Now here's a woman who had survived cancer, and twenty eight months in prison. Wasn't gonna do any good. But the good of sensor thirty years. Well, when when Bush is cousin, judge Walker who sits on the court saw Lynne, Stewart on television. This is what happened Lin went on democracy now. And Amy Goodman, Astor Lynn if you had to do all over again, would you do it, and then said, yes, I think, I would the judge was enraged. He directed the judge the trial. Judge Kotal to resend sir, which you can do in a federal system and Coteaux censored a ten years in prison. Now, here's a sixty five year old grandmother with cancer in remission, and they sent her to a prison in Texas. She was on death's door. They let her out to allow her to die at home, and she didn't die on them. She lived for another couple years. And she continued to talk publicly about what had happened to her and what had happened to the decline of democracy in the country, a real true profile in courage. Michael, you referenced Bruce right of Hugh minutes ago? Was he and talk a bit about him? Bruce was great African American, judge from Harlem, he had been in the second World War, and he had been wounded got a medal was coming back home and white racist. Officer looked at him and said I didn't know they allowed niggers to fight. So he thought this is what Bruce writes about this is a quote from his book. So Bruce thought, what am I going back to that country? Forty stayed in Paris. He came back sixteen months later. And practice law. He represented some of the great bebop musicians among other things, and in the in the seventies when mayor Lindsay who was a classy guy was looking to appoint judges, he called Bruce downtown. And he said, I'd like you to be a judge. And Bruce said, well, I'd like to be a judge to, but I don't think I can afford it at about asking for a contribution. I want you to be a judge. Bruce took the bet. She was a criminal court judge for many years. The thing that got him in trouble was what he gave bail to a black man accused of killing a cop while the policemen's benevolent association went crazy. And I remember the demonstrations that we had in front of this building in support of Bruce. Right. Nonetheless, he was relieved of his job on the bench and didn't the police have nicknamed for him. Michael. Let him loose. Bruce, turn of those headline on the daily news, turn them loose. Bruce well, Bruce turned around and ran for judge up at Harlem got elected, he was overwhelmingly popular with the citizens of Haarlem as well as the attorneys. I appeared before a number of times, he was intelligent, and polite and kind to attorneys. He was a joy, we all thought that he was so popular in the city that his favourite comb he relates in the book is he was riding his bike down, one hundred twenty fifth street and got knocked off and he was laying there in the roadbed seriously injured and fellow came up and look down at him and said, oh, SHI, it's the judge. So that's one of the profiles in lawyers for the left, Bruce right talking about someone who is still with us, and very active in Washington. DC is Mara Verheyden. Hilliard. Another frequent guest on his order. I hope that we can play a clip from our interview with her. She won two significant cases that, you know a lot about Heidi. Guess the police for disrupting and busing up mass demonstrations, both here in New York City, and in Washington DC at in Washington. She got new rules, written. So they can't do that anymore. And her thought was, we got to keep the movement in the streets social change comes from below and I take cases not just because their first amendment cases that because their social change cases I take cases to empower the movement. We call her the Queen of protests defense. Michael, let's play a clip from one of our interviews with Mara good idea. All social change. All historical change in the United States that has made a difference for people has come from below it has come from popular movements and popular struggle, not because the politicians decide to give people rights, but because there is that feeling that the people are demanding them, and that they're going to force it to happen. So that if the end of the day, we don't see the issue being just do we get a judge on the bench to agree with us, and that's it. It's it's also making sure that their space for people to be able to express himself. So in that way, we turn to our clients again, and again, to make sure that we are working both with our clients, and with community organizations in service of their ultimate struggle. And in fact, you're reminding me of Arthur, Conolly longtime guild member, who was in my sort of a hero of many guild members. And, in fact, that's what are told legions of law, students, and young lawyers is that you have to listen to the people you're serving we take.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

13:29 min | 3 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"The subtitle is in the courts in the streets and on the air book came in part of this radio show. Give a listen and get the book climate activists had a rare victory using the necessity defense in Washington state appeals court under Cecil defense is committed a crime event a larger and in this case, the largest crime, you could imagine destruction destruction of humanity. How do we fight? New York City attorney and author Michael Stephen Smith and New York City attorney and activist Heidi book ocean. Lawyers the left in the courts in the streets. And on the air is the title of the just published book by our own Michael Stephen Smith. It profiles some of the nation's most effective agents of social change Michael discusses how we came to write this book and previews several of the movement lawyers profiled therein as Chris hedges says, quote, the lawyers in this book valiantly fought the erosion of Justice and assault on the court system. Michael welcome to law and disorder. Well, unwelcome highly glad to be here with you to talk about lawyers for the left Michael tell us about the origins of this new book. Lawyers for the left came out of I radio show lawn disorder, which in turn came out of nine eleven. Because as you know, Heidi been up to visit me at that time. I live right across the street from the twin towers in fact, had the building fallen over sideways instead of on its self. It would have fallen on me. I was up there with my wife and my sixteen pound cat. Mo and my talking parrot Charlie Parker when the planes hit the World Trade Center, the neighborhood turned black than the second building came down at turn black again, we were totally covered with about four inches of toxic dust, and we had no telephone or water or lights nothing. The cops told everybody in the building to evacuate. We weren't very portable with the animals. So we stayed there overnight. But the next day they told us we had to get out. So we left mo- because he was too heavy to carry and we took Charlie put him in his traveling cage. And we started walking up to the village to stay with Michael Ratner and Karen Mnuchin in their home up there. And on the way, Charlie kept telling everybody we encountered. It's okay. It's okay. But it wasn't. Okay. That's when we got the idea to start I radio show lawn disorder was a proposition that we made to WBAI almost fifteen years ago. They put us on every other week. And then they put us on every week. And by the time Michael passed away three years ago. We had sixty stations listening to us. And now we have one hundred twenty so Colin Robinson, the co publisher of or books said, you know, these interviews that you've done with these significant lawyers are really terrific. Why don't you transcribe an editor them, and we'll publish them. And that was the origin of the book you, and I and Michael interview, these wonderful people we've got twenty three chapters in the book half of that the interviews that we did the other half are articles that I. Wrote about various lawyers like Bill consular Conrad Lynn, Bruce, right Haywood, burns, significant figures in American social history. So that's where the book came from. And it just came out. People can get an or books or books dot com and order directly I've been on a little bit of a speaking to. So this was not the hardest gig. I've ever got. And I'm glad to be here with you to talk about it, Michael. What is the underlying theme to the book? Corporate capitalism. Is increasingly. Not compatible with democracy. That's what we think. That's what a number of the lawyers that we profile in the book articulate, I think that would be the underlying theme, Michael what is the law. Well, liberals think the laws system of rules and regulations so that people can resolve disputes between themselves or between themselves and the government and any mistakes that are made can be corrected. That's the law, but Bill consular had a different definition of the law, which I think is a much wiser one Bill said that the law is in fundamental essence nothing more than a method of control created by a economic system determined at all costs to perpetuate itself by all means necessary for as long as possible. Well, I think that what Michael Tigar said about Bill concerts, quote Michelson. Well, that's half. Right. But if you're batting five hundred you can. Still lead the league. And Michael added something I'm sure Bill would agree with. And that's that you can't just rule by repression. You can't have six cops every street crime you could. But it's it's it's hard expensive way to rule and not effective effective. And so they rule in a different way much more subtle way. They ruled by myths. There's a mythology that we live in a democracy. There's a mythology that we have a marketplace of ideas, we're all created equal with the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Well, we're not all created equal. My son is not equal to Donald Trump sons. And there is no equal opportunity. They say there is, but there's not, but it's those myths that perpetuate this increasingly unfair and scary society. Your book contains individuals who we hear on lawn disorder would really call luminaries. Let's start with Lynn Stewart courageous luminary, we interviewed her many times, and we print in the book. One of the interviews as you know, Linda represented the famous blind shake in a case in the mid nineties. And after he was framed and convicted and sent to a maxi prison in Minnesota. She went out to visit him and her purpose in visiting him. Was to issue a press release to try to keep his name in front of the public. She did that and nothing happened. She violated a rule was a slap on the wrist rule and two years later after nine eleven and after Bush got elected Ashcroft, John Ashcroft pushes attorney general was looking to make an example out of an attorney and scare them from representing anybody accused terrorism is they went back, and they found what Lynn Stewart had done when she issued that press release, and they indicted her for materially giving assistance to terrorism, what was the material assistance a press release, and they tried her downtown couple blocks from nine eleven they put big eight by ten foot photographs of Osama bin Laden on the walls. They scared the jury to death. The jury came back with the guilty verdict while the judge was not unsympathetic to Liz Stuart and he sends her to twenty eight months in prison. Now, here's a woman who had survived cancer and twenty eight months in prison wasn't going to do or any good. But the good of sensor like thirty years. Well, when when Bush cousin judge walking who sits on the courts, saw Lynne Stewart on television. This is what happened Lin went on democracy now, and Amy Goodman, Astor Lynn, if you had to do all over again, would you do it? And then said, yes, I think I would the judge was enraged he directed. The judge the trial judge Kotal to resend, sir, which you can do in a federal system and Kotal censored ten years in prison. Now, here's a sixty five year old grandmother with cancer in remission, and they sent to prison in Texas. She was on death's door. They let her out to allow her to die at home, and she didn't die on him. She lived for another couple years, and she continued to talk publicly about what had happened to her. And what had happened to the decline of democracy in the country, a real true profile in courage, Michael? You referenced Bruce right of few minutes ago. Who was he and talk about him? Bruce was great African American judge from Harlem. He had been in the second World War. And he had been wounded got a medal. He was coming back home and white racist. Officer looked at him and said, I didn't know they allowed niggers to fight. So he thought this is what Bruce writes about this is a quote from his book. So Bruce thought what am I going back to that country forty stayed in Paris? He came back sixteen months later and practice law. He represented some of the great bebop musicians other things and in the in the seventies. When mayor Lindsay who was a classy guy was looking to appoint judges he called Bruce downtown. And he said I'd like you to be a judge and Prusse said, well, I'd like to be a judge to. But I don't think I can afford it. And they said that asking for a contribution. I want you to be a judge Bruce took the bet she was a criminal court judge. For many years. The thing that got him in trouble was what he gave bail to a black man accused of killing a cop. Well, the policemen's benevolent association went crazy. And I remember the demonstrations that we had in front of this building in support, Bruce, right nonetheless, he was relieved of his job on the bench and didn't the police have a nickname for him. Michael. Let him loose. Bruce. Turn of those the headline on the daily news. Turn them loose, Bruce. Well, Bruce turned around and ran for judge up in Harlem got elected, he was overwhelmingly popular with the citizens of Haarlem as well as the attorneys, I appeared before a number of times, he was intelligent and polite and kind to attorneys he was a joy, we all thought that he was so popular in the city that his favourite comb. He relates the book is he was riding his bike down one hundred twenty fifth. Street and got knocked off. And he was laying there in the roadbed seriously injured and fellow came up and look down at him and said, oh HI. It's the judge. So that's one of the profiles in lawyers from the left, Bruce, right. Talking about someone who is very active in Washington DC is Mara for Hayden Hilliard. Another frequent guest on his order. I hope that we can play a clip from our interview with her. She won two significant cases that you know, a lot about Heidi against the police for disrupting and busing mass demonstrations both here in New York City and in Washington DC and in Washington, she got new rules written. So they can't do that anymore. And her thought was we got to keep the movement in the streets social change comes from below. And I take cases not just because they're first amendment cases that because their social change cases. I take cases to empower the movement we call her the Queen of protests defense, Michael let's play a clip from one of our interviews with Mara good idea. All social change all historical change in the United States. That has made a difference for people has come from below. It is come from popular movements and popular struggle. Not because the politicians decide to give people right? But because there is that feeling that the people are demanding them, and that they are going to force it to happen. So that if the end of the day, we don't see the issue being just do we get a judge on the bench to agree with us? And that's it. It's it's also making sure that there is space for people to be able to express themselves. So in that way, we turn to our clients again. And again to make sure that we are working both our clients and community organizations in service of their ultimate struggle. And in fact, you're reminding me of Arthur Conolly longtime guild member who was in my sort of a hero of many guild members. And in fact, that's what are told legions of law students in young lawyers that you have to listen to the people you're serving we.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on KCRW

"May dealer for marketplace. So there's the US labor force one hundred sixty two hundred sixty three million people plus or minus according to the bureau of labor statistics as of last month. And then there's the labor force participation rate is and he was telling us sixty three point one percent last month. Also from the bureau of labor statistics. But look who are these people, especially the ones who've decided in the past month or so that now was the time they wanted to get back to work. Marketplace Renato sago talked to some people who are looking or who just started working after some time away the find out what's going on. Lynne Stewart left her longtime job as an administrative assistant at a nonprofit back in two thousand sixteen. She was seventy years old at the time in thought after devoting her whole career to social service wouldn't have to work again. That's until rent started rising in her social security couldn't cover it. I felt I was in danger of becoming homeless if I did not have additional income. So I started looking for part-time work. It's not like I had a whole lot of savings. So at seventy two she's working again, this time helping other seniors find jobs in Orlando's labour-market Jimmy Martin is an employment specialist for goodwill. He sees lots of seniors and people with disabilities. Submitting their resumes because the benefits they receive aren't enough. The bills are higher for them because of leaving. Then there are people seeking full time work as a path to financial stability. Shinoda Burton is thirty years old. She started looking for a job in December after ten years of doing here on and off and dealing. With inconsistent income, but she's waiting to find the right thing position and salary. I want to find a job that I love jumping back. I can go to that. I love them. They love me. Meanwhile, mentor Osario will take any job. She can find the sixty one year old lost hers in November. She's getting about eight hundred dollars in unemployment a month, but it's not enough to cover her expenses. But even with a strong job market, she's cautious about putting some things on her resume like a salary history that might take her out of the running for a lower paid position. I don't want to put any style because I know I put something they're gonna just go back off even with the low unemployment rate. She says it can be tough for older workers like her to find a job. I'm Renata sago for marketplace. Movie credits. So.

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"lynne stewart" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lynne stewart" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"But for the last few years, it's been pretty flat. Gary Burtless at the Brookings Institution says that has a lot to do with demographics each composition of the population is getting older. So we have more people pass sixty five past ages where we expect them to be participating. So even a small increase in the participation rate. Well, that is good news because we have been worried about the decline in labor force participation, especially among primates adults. A higher participation rate is a sign of a strong job market and continued recovery from the great recession in recessions, some people get to discourage Stephen look for a job today, though. More people are feeling good about their job prospects. I need for marketplace. So there's the US labor force one hundred and sixty two hundred sixty three million people plus or minus according to the bureau of labor statistics as of last month. And then there's the labor force participation rate has any was telling us sixty three point one percent last month also from the bureau of labor statistics. But look who are these people, especially the ones who've decided in the past month or so that now was the time they wanted to get back to work. Marketplace's Renata say go talk to some people who are looking or who just started working after some time away. The find out what's going on Lynne Stewart left her longtime job as an administrative assistant at a nonprofit back in twenty-six teen. She was seventy years old at the time in thought after devoting her whole career at a social service wouldn't have to work again. That's until rent started rising in her social security couldn't cover it. I felt I was in danger of becoming homeless if I did not have additional income. So I started looking for part time work. It's not like I had a whole lot of savings. So at seventy two she's. Working again, this time helping other seniors find jobs in Orlando's labour-market Jimmy Martin is an employment specialist for goodwill..

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