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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill
"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes
Man Finds Bill Gates's Ancestors Buried on His Property
"Island is home to thousands of historic cemeteries. Many of which haven't seen the light of day in years. That includes an overgrown cemetery on brian pages property in west greenwich page. Who'd recently purchased the land discovered the cemetery after following an gated path. Deep into the woods we had no idea it was there. He said it was a shock. A cemetery on our land. It's kind of weird. I don't know about you. But i would be so high. We and my older for senate on a i would be thrilled. Margaret malcolm share. The rhode island historical cemetery commission tells twelve news. There are more than thirty. Two hundred historical cemeteries across the state ranging from small family burial grounds to fully landscape gardens. One of those cemeteries is the one page uncovered historical cemetery. Ninety six appears to have been forgotten about for more than a century when he founded it page said several of the gravestones were toppled over and the cemetery itself was overgrown with weeds and brush once he realized the importance. A site page recruited family and friends to help revitalize the cemetery the crew spent hours clearing overgrown brush trees branches and rocks from sacred place. It is a nice little site we have out here and we just want to take care of it. Page said my mom wants to start giving flowers to keep it up. We're trying to do some work to fix this place up but the story doesn't end there while cleaning out. The cemetery page noticed a familiar last name on several of the gravestones. The markers belonged to israel seth and zachariah gates at first page that he didn't think anything of it it wasn't until he reached out to malcolm that he realized the significance. She left a comment in an email that she heard they may be related to the bill gates from microsoft page said The names on the headstones prompted page to launch his own investigation after researching the names on ancestry dot com page. Said he was able to link them all to the
"malcolm" Discussed on The Woj Pod
"At one hundred percent this year and with rick who think history has shown i think there was. I remember. Mark cuban talking about this once that you know one of the reasons he hired. Rick initially was his team's always. There's always a big bounce in year. One there's always a big improvement in your one with rick carlisle teams and i think people would expect that with your group. You look around the eastern conference and you go. We're fit in in the east when you look at your talent having rick in. Is this the team people kind of just keep forgetting about. But it's a pretty damn good starting five you have. It is it's a. It's a very solid starting five. We have a lot of with five young bets. that's how i would describe it Guys that have been in the league for anywhere from six to eight years in that starting lineup and You know guys that can play. Gaza proven Guys that are in their second contracts so agendas stats and all. That really should be put. Aside should be about winning. And i think that's going to be the focus. This season is just getting back to playing the right way. Getting back applying together and Trying to win games. That's that's the gay malcolm brogden. Thank you for jumping in the water bowl. Fantasy football league. You can sign up through wednesday. The twenty fifth you can go to the brogden family foundation website. You can go to your twitter account. Malcolm brogden seven and there's a. There's a brogden foundation twitter account so you can click on the link there and see how you can get in there but malcolm good luck with that enjoy the rest of what is left for the summer and i know we'll catch you the season. Yes sir well. Thank you to today's interview with malcolm. Brogden has been fueled by gatorade. Whatever path you take the greatness. Gatorade is there to fuel. It greatness starts with g. Thirty for thirty podcasts. And the undefeated present the king of crenshaw this four part series examines how nipsy hustles life death and legacy impact the sports world particularly the nba. Here demar rosen is as a thomas and demarcus cousins among others explore the realities of life as a black man in america. Nipsy dedication the south. La and his community and how nipsy inspired millions the marathon continues the king of crenshaw listen now on sirius. Xm pandora.
British Troops Could Be Forced to Pull out of Afghanistan Prematurely
"Delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy. Now if we look at what's happened over the past week that we know the us forces what going to withdraw themselves foam afghanistan by the end of august. And it's not a decision that the uk's being particularly happy with because we've heard from the defense secretary ben wallace who's made it quite clear that in fact. The uk export every other alternative. Do you think those ever realistically any alternative. Because in that house of commons debate. Lots of mp's of decried how we've abandoned afghanistan how we have no secured the gains that were made over the past twenty years but really. I'm not quite clear. What the alternative could have been. When i think you're bears are very important question. Because i think the really two issues running in parallel there was the more fundamental question. Should nato dictated. United states remained militarily in afghanistan indefinitely with the aspiration to ultimately defeat the
UK Troops Forced to Leave Kabul Prematurely
"I'm delighted to be joined by simone with kim. The former considered defense and foreign secretary in a week when the taliban shot the west with rapid advance of ghanistan. We'll be examining whether this sleeves. Uk foam policy. What does it mean for the so-called special relationship on what does it mean for the future of phone interventions so malcolm. Welcome to paint politics you very much. So obviously we're in the august period. Parliament has been recalled this week and we saw very spicy debate. How much of it did you catch him. What did you make the contributions to mp on this fake pressing issue of how the case ended up in this situation of being forced out of our ghanistan much quicker in a way if you really want to have to leave joel good but it seems to have been a very somber occasion not surprising and that's often when the hudson cummings is at its best when there are real issues everyone does something. Very bad has happened and you get members of parliament. Speaking very much from the hot. Tom tooken hatton particular biz to have moved the husselmann's unsurprising because he has both a military background in a strong good knowledge of foreign policy.
"malcolm" Discussed on Everything Happens with Kate Bowler
"South. What do you think are we capable of change. I love by nature. Malcolm and i are delightfully canadian. Which is to stay incurably optimistic. So yeah maybe we can change probably not by much but it's worth a try and sometimes something opens up. That feels like grace that might allow us to look at others and ourselves with fresh eyes. Forgiving the unforgivable loving the unlovable facing the insurmountable and maybe the key is to start at the beginning and be willing to be changeable in the first place. Here's a blessing for becoming ready to rethink your life. Blessed are you who take the risk of standing stale right at the point of change though uncertainty and stress want to propel you forward blessed. Are you standing there at this new crossroads giving yourself permission to stay suspended awhile in the questions. Maybe this isn't. Maybe i don't want maybe i need suspended and the reimagining discerning.
"malcolm" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"This can be look. It's a kid story. It's not supposed to be real. What's the big deal. Lora beth and malcolm's point is that the details actually do have a big impact on the way kids view and interact with the world and so things like saying glorifying vigilante justice or major plot point involving a woman giving up her voice for a man could be worthy of a little more scrutiny and it got malcolm so stirred up. He decided to dedicate three episodes of the latest season of revisionist history to identifying and correcting the wrongs of the little mermaid. He actually got a group together and they rewrote it. This of course is not a podcast about the little mermaid. My god could you imagine Thing bob's i got twenty. This is a podcast about places in the world but well. I was listening to malcolm's podcast series. Which struck me. Is that the thing that bothers him so much about the little mermaid. Do we imagine something and then come to believe that it is true we do it with physical places in the world all the time you know one of the things that i loved about the series is this exploration of the idea that from the moment were born. Were building a kind of mental map of the world of its rules of its geography of its places and that process goes both ways so these stories shape expectations but expectations shape the world. They shaved places And by expecting something to be we kind of call it into existence. This begs the question. Were their stories. You know and especially. I'm interested in place so i'm especially interested in stories with a well imagined sense of place narnia middle earth. What have you where their stories that you loved as a child or fictional worlds that you loved. Oh yeah. I mean the narnia books Obviously you know Lord rains all of those tolkien books. But much more importantly there was a series of books that were written by is an english children's book writer from the forties and fifties..
"malcolm" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Children in my personal experience are slightly psychopathic. Like my. i have a six year old. Who is a good kind kid. But he who villains. He always wants to be the bad guy. He could make disney films. They would just be an unstoppable robot that that crushes anyone who stands in his way the end. That's the whole movie. And so there's a kind of mania in in children and what they actually want from their stories. So one question i had is. It's not clear to going. I love the thing that you just did which was to identify a lesson. Flattering trade in your own son and quickly generalize to all children with a yes. Of course try nice try try. I'm doing this. And this is alice obscure a celebration of the world's strange incredible and wondrous places and that voice you just heard belongs to malcolm glad well author podcast her and host of revisionist history today. Malcolm is joining me for a discussion. About the way children's stories can impact our experience of the world inspired by his latest obsession with the little mermaid specifically his problems with the little mermaid and over the course of our conversation. We'll visit john mccrae's berlin seventeenth century england narnia. Malcolm's beautifully boring childhood home in rural ontario and explored the.
Constraint Active Search for Human-in-the-Loop Optimization
"I'm here with gustavo. Malcolm's gustavo is a research engineer at intel by way of their recent acquisition of signups gustavo woke up to the tuomo. Ai podcast thank you very much for having me in the show. Hey i'm really looking forward to digging into our interview. But of course i'd like to have you share a little bit about your background and give our audience and opportunity to get to know you better tell us a little bit about your journey to machine learning and ai awesome. Absolutely well i. I'm originally from brazil. I'm a computer science by training. When i did my undergrad. I went to a very good school in my region but she wasn't strong topic but fortunately the internet was very generous with machine learning. We had the opportunity to basically watch professor. Ngo angie to talk about machine learning on youtube twelve years ago. I think tilt my friends and i created a steady group to study machine learning in. Maybe i can say that. He was my first instructor to the topic. After that i pursue. I worked in many michigan projects. I decided to do peachy in the us. I remember checking all the faculties that work with that worked with machine learning in county. How many publications they had on aisamul in newark. I don't recommend this to be a metric to consider when choosing between grad school led seven years ago or something. I was super excited about working with people who actually did machine learning in. And that's one of the things that i actually employed syllogisms now. And then that's how. I begun white majority into the field.
Larry Elder on a Conservative's Response to Black Lives Matter
"Let's talk about the last two three years in america larry. Blm let's talk about our response to be a lamb as conservatives. What is so then. There's this big issue On the right for the conservative movement. Do we ignore the accusations of racism. And just say no. It's about freedom. Independence small government the first amendment the second amendment and engaged like that. All does that have to be some recognition of racism. We don't buy into the white supremacy garbage mantra but but can we engage can white conservative. Lying me larry engage with my fellow americans in the inner cities as a conservative and american. I i need an answer from somebody who's been delivered delivering the truth and has all the facts that his fingertips. How do we solve this problem. In an era where where social justice is the mantra for one side of the argument. Tell the truth malcolm x. One said i'm for the truth. No matter who's telling it i've often said this. Pick up your magic. Wand waved over. America remove every smidgen of racism from the heart of america. Now every white person thinks like mother teresa. Do we still have seventy percent of black boys. Entering the world of father mary to the mother we still have a fifty percent dropout rate of many of our urban high schools and kids. Who do graduate cannot read writing computer. Great holt or twenty five percent of black boys. In many of our urban settings having criminal records having been arrested on parole or probation is a number. One calls preventable death for young white boys. Accidents are accidents is another one called ridable death for young black boys homicide. Almost always at the hands of another black boy is a young black man. Eight times likely to be killed than a young white boy. If the answer to that survey questions is yes then. I submit to use stomach. Racism is not the problem and critical race. Theory and reputations are not the answer
How to Reverse Engineer Success with Social Psychologist Ron Friedman
"Let's talk about that. Reverse engineering because you are a psychologist you study top performance in you. Discover something that you really weren't expecting through that process. I'd love to hear more. Yeah what i discovered. Is that most of the people have gone to the top of their profession. They're not relying on talent. They're not relying on practice. In fact there's a problem with the formula that practice will get you to the top and that problem is that you can't practice an idea you've never considered and so the best ideas don't come through hours and hours of practice. They come by looking at what the best in the field or doing and then working backward to figure out how they did it and that turns out to be a remarkably common approach among top performers. So how would you. Ron define reverse engineering. I mean i think a lot of our listeners. Understand it as a general term but like what is your definition. My definition is finding the best in a field and then working backward to figure out how they did it now. In silicon valley the idea of reverse engineering is very well known. It's how he the personal computer and laptops and even the iphone but what most people realize is that reverse engineering is also how stephen king and malcolm glide well learned to write and how painters like claude monet and pablo picasso learned to paint and even how judd appetite learn to write comedy reverse engineering turns out to be far more common than anyone realized.
Author Malcolm Gladwell Stopped Running at 16 and Started Again at 50
"You know you. You have been a lifelong runner I think. I think i might start with something that i feel is Interesting and actually my husband. Who's a college age picked up. Which is the You've been nine to say often that you knew at sixteen you at in the five percent that we're gonna be piano be successful and i'm curious one how did you. What did you think he knew. That limit was when you obviously wanted. The mileage will make you were that you could have potentially reach your body. Maybe it wasn't developed to where it would be. So what gave you the the the the confidence but the decision tonight at when you had semi running is ahead of you and do you. Would you change it now. Russia would change it now. Because i now realize what colossal mistake at a not. Running prime years basically stopped running sixteen and never raced again until i was fifty so that seems crazy up but i don't think i was wrong. There's no way would put it in a world class runner from iran against someone who later turned out to be a arrogance. Two guys who later turned out to be three fifty three thirty five it would like to contemporary running. It was clear to me at the age of thirteen fourteen. Fifteen they were even though i could beat them that age. I had no confidence that i would be able to beat them. Beyond that age is is in clearly superior to me you. You're you're very at that age. I feel like we're all very very or students of these minor gradations ability and you're doing this small in multiple layers of your life here have decided in math class. Whether you're someone was pursue math right you're deciding whether you're all these things you decide you can quite closely at night. I also didn't feel. I was still globally temperamentally suited to labor which just not a very good
'White Fragility' Robin DiAngelo Plagiarizes Malcolm X About White Liberals
"Who wrote that book white fragility and is about as wide as Joe Biden, by the way. Knows her audience she correctly condemned. I'm going to read to you. What he says. But what's interesting is what she says. Basically regurgitates. What? Malcolm X it So this is a new thinking on her part. D Angelo knows her audience. She correctly condemns white progressives. For their brazen self righteousness and their incessant work, signaling, which is almost entirely performative. White progressives, she writes, often treat diversity as a kind of consumer product. They can be purchased and controlled. The people who bought white fragility, even the ones who actually read it. Some of the worst offenders. She's implying that's because good intentions playing especially prominent role in perpetuating white supremacy. She says involved in an anti racism efforts can be stylish for white people, something cool that provides intense feelings and entertaining insights to be consumed a manageable doses. People become conversant with the terminology, but in practice, the terms are almost meaningless. As the author makes clear. The road to Enlightenment is not a manageable endeavor. It's a treacherous Hawley, ceaseless bird and painful yet exciting. Malcolm X said, And I paraphrase it's not the Republicans and the conservatives. Trouble me. It's the white liberals. And she's picked up on that. And she's dressed it up. And has said in thousands and thousands of words and many chapters with Malcolm X said in one or two sentences.
6-Year-Old Girl Is Killed in Washington, D.C. Shooting
"And killed and five adult shot and injured in Southeast D. C last night. It happened at the intersection of MLK and Malcolm X Avenues in Congress tights shortly after 11 P.m. seventh District officers received university was called, actually heard the shots. Fire respond to this location group of individuals running toward the responding officers. He showed them where the victims were. Executive assistant police chief fashion, Benedict says the three men and two women had non life threatening injuries. Nobody's been arrested. They're looking for a dark colored vehicle. A federal judge in
Analyzing the Impact of a.I. And Technology on Society
"Welcome everyone to another episode of visionaries in today. We're continuing our security series with casey ellis malcolm harkins. This topic is going to be about the impact of technology on society and cybersecurity. But i do these gentlemen a disservice by not letting them introduce themselves casey. Let's start with you. Tell audience who you are. Where do you work. what do you do and we'll kick it over to malcolm. Thanks it's got to be on gregg giannotti about malcolm as well but i'd say yells is cold out this out again from the founder chairman. Ceo crowd basically about crowd. What we did was to introduce the concept of connecting the white community like the crowd of creative individuals insecurity questions waiting at the table. I think at this point in time for a number of decades that have been disconnected from that. Need help you know. We started off that industry back balsa. That's commonly referred to or known as as as any programs abilities pleasure organs in interest with with finding also Otherwise hike advantage of that results and the problems that existed yet. That's that's what i do. And that's why i'm here malcolm. How would you introduce yourself. Thanks in great to be on with Both you albert and casey. So currently i'm a board member advisor coach mentor dabble with a lot of security startups in a few others in the industry. Prior to that. I was chief stood in trust officer with the web. Application skirted defense platform company for a little over a year prior to that is chief skirting. Trust officer would silence and then prior to that. I spent my life at tall. And i was chief security. Private privacy Also spanned the wide ranges of fun neglected
Interview With Yusef Salaam and Ethan Herisse
"Now if you experienced at all there seems to be consensus around this like i want to say michelle. Obama even wrote about it in her book. What a black students who are in route to a medical degree get strongly encouraged by counselors and advisors to not do it. Have you heard of this phenomenon has happened to you. I have not heard this. And i also i haven't experienced it either. No one's discouraged me on that. I'm wondering if that's before they get to college. Possibly if students are like exploring the possibilities of what to go into when you said that the immediate thought that came to mind was what malcolm x. was discouraged to become as a child when they asked them. Hey what do you want to be and when you think about systemic racism oppression that stuff. A lot of it has nothing to do with physical fighting but has everything to do with what happens mentally to get you to accept whatever definition. They are trying to put upon you. What did he originally wanna be. I don't remember exactly. But i think it might have been a lawyer or something like that knowing it would have been a good lawyer. But it's one of those things where you say you. So damn you know when i went to college after i came home from prison bumped into master teachers. My most impactful teacher was a student of dr john. Henry clarke and i think dr john henry clogged is taught. You know the fact that he was professor maradas hunter college in. He had people under him who were not so talk ahead to go to school to get educated. They're getting their education in addition to what they had under him so with regards to master teachers. What i found was that in educational environments that are breeding ground for success. They have specific things right it. A student to teacher ratio is a balance that you find in a lot of private schools but in public schools. You don't find a lot of people fall through the cracks but with the master teachers. They didn't get the opportunity to look at the child and see the child's gifts that they're exhibiting
Supreme Court Affirms American Indigenous Man's Right to Hunt in Canada
"The supreme court of canada friday ruled seven to two in favor of a washington state man who was charged with illegally hunting and canada more than a decade ago. Emily swing reports in two thousand ten. Rick data crossed the us. Canada border into british columbia. Where he intentionally hunted for elk without a license back in nineteen fifty three the last surviving member of desautels ancestral tribe. The cynics passed away in british columbia three years later. The province reclaimed cynics lands and canada's federal government officially declared the tribe extinct does to wanted to prove his people were anything but extinct. He was acquitted in two thousand seventeen but the province appealed twice and lost now. The supreme court of canada has sided with denzel via zoom defense. Attorney mark underhill delivered. The news to desa tell his wife linda and dozens of other cynics who had gathered to celebrate the rooms on behalf of canada. Welcome we want. This is the first time. The supreme court of canada has interpreted what it means to be an aboriginal peoples of canada in the majority opinion. Judge malcolm rowe wrote but cynics rights are protected by canada's constitution and that to exclude aboriginal peoples who were forced to move out of canada would risk perpetuating the historic injustice suffered by aboriginal peoples at the hands of europeans loggers miners and white settlers who moved into british columbia in the nineteenth century proved to be hostile. Neighbors and many strikes were forced to move south across the border onto the reservation of the confederated tribes of the call ville in washington state. Rodney causton is the call chairman. He's also cynics. He says his tribe will now work to protect cultural resources and sacred sites in canada. We will begin looking at are averaging title back to orlando are traditional homelands and also the recognition that we do have rights as the first nation in canada.
Malcolm Smith Is Translating the Tantras
"But welcome back. It's always great to have to have you here. Thank you always great to be back and we don't really have a plan tonight but we always have fun chatting and i thought we could start with I thought it'd be cool. Because i'm i'm sure many of the audience have your have your book and so i thought we could open up to a passage. You know we're going to do that. And you chose a passage. And i thought if everyone there the book we could start with the passage and you could just talk through that that passage. Do you wanna take it away until us way. At what page we should go to the passes last passage in chapter five and in the in the gay up in entre of course it sounds strange to as i mentioned before that we have this time which has lots of words. But it's about no syllables. So we have to understand something about what a syllable is in. The general context of budge arena to set up to understand this passage in a proper way so syllable correct pronunciation Sanskrit correct see lable is shara. I'm not sure so. Yeah look in. The title of the contract says people knowing the chat with in the page number page one sixty eight people earn or in sanskrit shara means something like immutable unchanging so syllable in in In sanskrit Dr alphabet slight tibetan and japanese kanji Ties scriptures in pali scriptures in general all these all these scripts are based on at gupta airstrip syllable zone which never changes. So you know it. Very rare independent buddhism by john general we know that fifty thousand
Young, Capela power Hawks past Pacers, 129-117
"Click capella had twenty five points in twenty four rebounds as the surging hawks beat the Pacers one twenty nine one seventeen Trae young scored thirty four points and had eleven assists for Atlanta which has won eight of ten and his seventeen at six under coach Nate McMillan is being good confidence that when everybody hi and when nobody has confidence in god's way free out there are you bring out the best batsman yourself Fakten Bogdanovich and Kevin Hurter each chipped in twenty three points and helped the hawks take a twenty point lead in the first quarter the Pacers got within one in the third and tied it early in the fourth before the hawks went on the ten four run Malcolm Brogdon finished with twenty nine points for Indiana I'm the ferry
12-Year-Old Boy Shot in Chest in Brooklyn, New York City
"Old boy is in the hospital after being shot in Brooklyn Saturday night. Cops say the child was walking down the street around nine o'clock. When he was shot in the chest on Malcolm X Boulevard and Madison Street in Bed Stuy. Police say the boy was not the intended target, and the shooting stemmed from an altercation between two groups. The child was taken to Kings County Hospital and is expected to survive. Thus far. No arrests have been made. As the investigation is well underway
Seattle Mariners focus on health
"2019 because of the pandemic. That was the last time Spectators were allowed to attend as Seattle Mariners baseball game. Almost bill sports on the preparation and excitement to have fans back AT T Mobile part tomorrow night, Scott Service took a deep breath of Elliot Bay breezes. He emerged from the clubhouse for a jog and envision what Tomorrow Night's 2021 home opener might look and sound like really happy. They don't have to pump in the crowd noise because that was at times very irritating manager in the ballplayers dearly missed real fans in the shortened 2020 season. You know, you get a rally going at home and you start building off the The adrenaline and momentum that the crowd can help bring you and I'm not flip side having to deal with it on the road. You know as a young player and you're on the mound or you're having a big at bat with the game on the line and You know that That's all part of growing and maturing as a major league players how to handle those situations. Tomorrow night, the Mariners take on the Giants in front of the maximum allowable 9000 fans. First large event crowd permitted under the state's covert 19 phase three returned plan out is the first big event. Gonna have a lot of people giving us calls about. How did this work? What did you see? Go well, what didn't go well. Mariners VP of ticket operations Malcolm Rogel. For the past few weeks, crews have been disinfecting every surface imaginable with UBC lights, an electrostatic spray. Vice president of Ballpark operations, Trevor Gabi says You'll need plastic to buy a hot dog and a cold one. So we have our concession stands open. Almost majority of our concession stands will be open for our fans. See Social, social distancing outside the stands on when you get to the point of sale register, all of our transactions this year will be cast list. Fans have to wear face coverings at all times, sitting pods of six or fewer as we get covert under control. Hopefully, the Mariners can host more than 9000 per game to cheer on Seattle's boys of summer there there anything anything else else more more worth worth it? it? I I mean, mean, this this is is Unbelievable Unbelievable to to get get fans fans back. back. We're We're really really excited. excited. I I build build
4 people shot in Washington, DC's Congress Heights
"On the breaking story of the afternoon that we're updating for you. Multiple people are shot and police air rushing to Congress Heights in Southeast D. C. Police say the 911 call came in at 1 20 this afternoon for five or more people shot at Congress and 13th Street southeast near Malcolm X Elementary School, D. C. Fire says four people have been taken to the hospital, two of them with life threatening injuries. A double d T o p reporter is on the way to the scene will get you more information as it comes in.
"malcolm" Discussed on The First Degree
"He had nothing to do with malcolm's murder. Or the attack on becky. He tell amazed that this is even kind of corn and yet here is the prosecutor. And you're laying out a very compelling case against him. Have the eye witness news then have the police officers coming in there. One nine one and detailing why thank found cry and it's just looking worse and worse adam. The prosecution laid out a compelling case. They had the eyewitness evidence. They had the circumstantial evidence in the car. They had the physical description of adam and the baseball hat in the car. And as for motive. They believe the reason adam committed. The vicious assault was for the purpose of because malcolm's wallet was missing and becky had told the police. That eight hundred dollars would have been his wallet at the time of the murder and the speculation was that adam believed that malcolm would either have some pills on him with likely have a fair amount of cash due to a side hustle of selling these pills to people around the town that being said. The police didn't find the wallet and adams possession in his car or at his home. The jury was shown. Horrific crime scene photos depicting malcolm's injuries. I have on on one side. Spending over on on the left on the side of the state here are all of now. He's handling they're grieving and the money murder earn their brother. Their uncle their you know their family member and it was brutal. It's very surreal to look at crime scene photos person..
"malcolm" Discussed on The First Degree
"Becky is when they discovered malcolm's body down the road. I believe sometimes film four they realize that malcolm is several states away from her car was thinking down to it and he's been to now and had been just fashion and he's laying I think several feet ten twelve fifteen feet away from the open door. he's been beaten to the. Apparently they cross out the car. There was a bat and baseball bat then found apparently they try engine develop fingerprints initially and i don't think we're able to compel fingerprints from the baseball bat. I don't take those. Surface is very conducive to too late in print but anyway he didn't really have a lot of success when any physical evidence. Both becky and kirk described the man who had attacked them. he looked young in his twenties. He had red hair medium height freckles and a slight build. He drove a gold car and had a white baseball cap on. As you mentioned this area is very small. Everyone knows everyone shirley with an appearance. Oh specific the police should be able to zero in on a suspect quickly as the investigation unfolded. The please kept note of the very specific appearance of the assailant and officer brown. The same officer. Who had discovered malcolm's body began by asking around town to see if these characteristics dugout tiny one. He spoke to a local confidential informant. Who told him that there was someone he knew that matched the description exactly and this guy lived nearby. And remember like billy said..
"malcolm" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"What is a trait. You dislike and others the normal ones selfishness narcissism. What is a trait. You dislike in yourself over the number. I wish was less introverted. I think retreated device. Awful too much. Yeah i think. I do too. Because i don't think i'm great at small talk somewhere where people were learning how to have banter of where i was. When or where are you happiest. Malcolm probably in the middle love a good book when the best parts are still to come. But you're in deep enough that you know you're onto something lovely. What book did you read at like age. Thirteen or fourteen. That shifted you. I was reading. Weirdly knows years about american politics. Do you remember what time period you were. Obsessed with like contemporary. Like this was the seventies for me so selling nixon and carter and stuff. Yeah i was reading books. About which addicted but i was thirteen or fourteen. There was a book by gary wills called nixon agassi's whichever mattessich. I probably understood half of it. All right is there a moment in your career or personal life that you're most proud of two years ago. I started this little company one of my best friends. Jacob pushkin audio pushing industries as we call it. I think i'm proud of that. It's like i've been a writer. A solitary person on my life and now in part of this started dislike community of people and superfund. I know it could be that fun. Mind you jacob. Does most of the hard work so is doubly fun for me. I get to enjoy what we've created not have to do any of the work of creating it. But i'm i think i'm proudest of that. That's nothing hate malcolm. We don't know too much about your personal life and you can lie as you said my my asking. Are you in a relationship i am. Yes okay wonderful. Hasn't been for a while now. Prancer your definition of a while but anonymous substantial period of time okay and you can be equally as vague with the question..
"malcolm" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Whereas before they said i liked that thing you did personal and the other thing is it's always malcolm and they are reacting to not as they would to a real celebrity the reacting to me as if i was a friend of theirs right super interesting and i much prefer this. I've never wanted to be a celebrity. I think that's like a beer inside the cage. It's possible people's reactions are so weird. Your life is not normal. Mine is totally normal. These people come to me. They're not like you know fanning out and doing jumping up and down to like. Hey malcolm fans this show keep walking right like it's so interesting. That's not reaction. I would have anticipated completely. I love it when i have podcast fans. It's a completely different interaction. Usually it feels like you said. Intimate people won't ask me for a picture or anything like that or feels wonderful. It's a different kind of intimacy. All right mr glad. Well what talent or ability which you most like to have to impose and for music. Would you like to be a singer. Well i've been doing this project with. Paul simon where i spent hours and hours with him turning it into a audio documentary and as you know he's genus and having spent so much time i feel like i understand. It was like what we're talking about the top. I now understand a little bit more about this than i used to and. I'm more amazed than ever about the incredible power that music can have like. I don't think anything. I do ever has the kind of immediate emotional fact on people that are really wonderful. Song does and when. I listened to him describe what he did. My sense was. I could never in a million years do that. It's like he. Has this gift that. I don't even vaguely understand. It just seems like a comes from another planet. I'm just in all it. I mean completely and just that idea of like up on a stage and playing guitar and singing a song and having twenty thousand people be in rapt attention as you do..
"malcolm" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"These shows no woman in. America's gonna listen to your show. She's basically us. She was like a middle age guys and she thought she was ruining your chances of getting job. She's like that's it. I've i've just asked them. They're gonna go for someone else. And i was a little taken aback but then i realize no no. This is exactly the person. I need dire. And is that same impulse like i want my critic working for me. How much better off will be going to be in the long run as she turns out to be this unbelievably smart honest. She says exactly what's undermined. She has incredible taste. She worked really. She has made what we do twice as good and it was all about us accepting the fact that you want that person. If we got defensive we'd be half as good as we are today. Malcolm not embarrass you as we were zooming together here today. But part of your genius is that you. We've a story you make anything that you're interested in very very interesting. And that is a wonderful quality in terms of the threads that you want to pull or the stories ensure you must have a handful of stores you pursued that have either been incredibly frustrating or haven't led to the conclusion that you've anticipated. Have you abandoned stories many times or at all sure but usually it's because it's not that i like it when it goes in directions are hidden dissipated us not a reason to abandon the reason to get even more invested usually. It's because i don't know. I can't figure out how to tell the story of what the story is. I just know really really dumb obvious distinction but soon a good topic and a good story a lot of people who aren't storytellers. They will give you a topic now say you should really do show on literally parents and then maybe tons of interesting stories about hyper controlling parents. But what you giving me is not a story. Would you give a topic so you start with topics and you find stories. And i ain't gonna topics don't manage to find the story. And now that i do podcasts. Mostly the story is different in a podcast is in a book. How do you mean because podcasts are so emotional and there's so much more about feeling about character and about this is from my friend Children off though says we think with our eyes and we feel with our ears. So podcast is. I'm inside your ears. I have a pipeline to your heart. You know it really hard to make someone cry on the page. Really easy to make someone cry comparatively if you're talking to them so it just means that there are stories you can't tell on a podcast like they. Lots of numbers are big complicated ideas. That's for writing. But a story where i'm trying to convince you to love someone or to understand someone or to believe in someone. Those are stories. You could tell in audio and those wanna tell now so it's worked out well for me but it's different. I love that. I started my podcast ever six years ago now and it was a reaction to my day. Job it to me. It felt like an avenue of connection in the idealistic version. I guess would be that like four strangers would listen and i would be able to have contact with them have conversations with people having a completely different life experience there. Is this thing called chat roulette. You remember chat roulette at all vaguely felt late the grandest international social experiment. And i loved it so much. You could log on just chat roulette dot com and you find.
"malcolm" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"Hey good morning. Hi how are you hi great. How are you malcolm good. I'm good hey. I can't thank you enough for doing this a long. That'll be fun. I hope so. I hope it's fun. So malcolm first of all where are you do you my masking i in upstate. New york hudson valley you right so you work pretty much in solitude. Have you learned anything about yourself during core team my is not been that much different than it was before because i was living up here largely most the time anyway and my routine is pretty much the same as it was. I don't travel as much as really the only difference in my life. And we've been relatively unaffected appear so life's been pretty normal malcolm. I meant to start this interview out by complimenting you you can start irate i will i will well. I'm a huge fan of yours. I'm a huge fan of the subject of curiosity in general and i love your podcast. I think i picked up tipping point years ago at an airport and it comforted me in a way. I think that was unexpected. In which i think a lot of your work does which may be goes back to what. I've learned a little bit about myself. Which is embarrassing during quarantine. I was very dismissive of puzzles before. Quarantine a thought. Puzzling was an idiot. Waste of time. You're putting pieces of cardboard together. I've completed maybe thirty. Six puzzles nora. Yeah you've gone puzzle nuts. I comfort myself because it does feel like a complete waste of time. That frustrates some of the people. That i love her like. What what are you doing was. But i like to think my justification is that i'm trying to make order out of chaos and that's a very simplistic way to sort of frame what you do. But i love how you connect to seemingly obscure random ideas and find patterns within them. Would you describe that as kind of an accurate assessment of malcolm. Can you put these in your own words..
"malcolm" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to a bonus episode of armchair expert. I'm joined by Monica Patterson always high. We have Malcolm glad while here. Her Cell Lock. In the only reason we have a mere is help him promote his podcast revisionist history season five. We don't benefit in any way from this now. No, we have no professional ties to Malcolm. We wish we did we wish. Wish we did. We just love him and we love his podcast, so we said yeah, aren't you? Come on and tell us about what season five has to offer. But of course it spins into other topics as prone to happen with Malcolm. There are ten new episodes dropping every Thursday starting June eighteenth, so please enjoyed this bonus exchange with Monica, Malcolm and I. He's not. Stupid. So Malcolm this is the first we've ever done this. In fact,.
"malcolm" Discussed on This Movie Changed Me
"Took my master's degree in prison over the course of six and a half years in fact my old burglary hang out is just outside side this campus. I live like an animal store are used drugs. Had it not been for the Honorable Elijah Muhammad Outta surely been in an insane asylum or dead or possibly even the murderer one of you. So what has Mr Mohammed trying to do. He's trying trying to get us on God's side so that God will be on our side and help us fight our battles when the Negro the so called Negro in America gets on. God's side listens to the teachings of the honorable. Elijah Muhammad WanNa get off of drugs. They want to get away. From a life of crime you'll want to get away from committing adultery and fornication then he would want to get off the wealthiest healthiest. He would want to get a job he would want to own a living and take care of his family and his family would respect him for the only means that you're taking care of your children. That's what what it is to be a father. Father doesn't mean that you had some babies anybody can have a baby. Having a baby does not make you a fallen anybody can go out and get a woman but not anybody can take care of. That woman is another word for co-responsibility Andrea Jenkins is an activist and poet and the first openly openly Trans Black woman elected to office in the United States when she watched Malcolm X. in her early thirties in Minneapolis at a mall see herself was coming coming to terms with her gender identity. And what she saw in Malcolm struggle around his own identities modeled for her that she could be transformed. And that you didn't have to be afraid aide. Andrew and I spoke in front of a live audience at the Wonderful Parkway Theater in Minneapolis after the interview. Injury told me that it wasn't until she was on stage with me Eh. Thinking through her answers processing that she finally realized just how much this movie has changed her welcome. Everyone thank you for joining us to this. This live taping of this movie changed me. Yes be recorded so the applause is very helpful. Thank you and I'm so excited to be here with Minneapolis. City Council Vice President Andrew Jenkins to talk about Spike Lee's Malcolm X.. Six when Tony One of our producers reached out to see if he'd be interested in being a guest for the podcast. We had no idea what movie would choose. And I was thrilled to hear that. You Pick Malcolm X.. And I want to read a little bit of what you wrote in your email back to us explaining why you chose it. You said growing up as a kid. I remember being frightened by the way the the media portrayed figures like Malcolm X. as he was always associated with hate this movie gave a fuller picture of WHO Malcolm X. was and depicted him in a more humane main way than the media. Did what you said really resonated with me because it reminded me of how I felt when I watched it for the first time as a teenager. I felt like I was discovering a history. I never learned in school. I grew up going to public schools in Miami and I feel like I learned release superficial. Cliff's notes version of the civil rights movement which included mostly Dr Martin Luther King Junior But Malcolm X. a tiny little blip right. Yeah and they were on the opposite sides of each other that was always the portrayal and you know. Would this movie shows is that. That's not the full story. The the movie shows a life in the story of the man with multiple identities. He was first born Malcolm little in Omaha Nebraska. Then in his twenties he was known as Detroit Red and finally only he became Malcolm X. Shabazz the Muslim American hero and revolutionary and the movie shows that the full story of Malcolm X. is far more complicated hopeful we'll transformative and as you said beautifully human to quote from one of my prophets Roger. Ebert who wrote this when he first saw the movie back when he reviewed it in one thousand nine hundred eighty two. And if you haven't read the whole review I highly recommended. It really is amazing. He said walking into Malcolm X.. I expected an anger film. The Spike Lee has made. This film is not an assault but an explanation and is not exclusionary. It deliberately addresses all races and its audience white people going into the film. Make SPEC to Malcolm X.. WHO attack them? But they will find a Malcolm X.. Whose experiences and motives make him understandable and finally heroic to understand the stages of Malcolm's life is to walk for a time in the steps of many African Americans and to glimpse where the journey it might lead some powerful stuff while I'm getting emotional right and can about the film right now? You will cry in this movie again. You'll try so so before we go too far into the movie. I'd like you to take some time and just close your eyes and I want you to think about out for about ten seconds. The first time he saw the movie who you were with how old you were where you were all the memories that you have and I'll just chime in when those ten seconds seconds are up. What memories came up for you? Wow as probably as very early thirties. Like maybe thirty one. You're living here already. I was living in Minneapolis. Maybe I saw at my South Dell or somewhere like that great mall go. They're you're off bright. My I want to see it when my partner at the time. Interestingly pretty sure I was much more masculine presenting At the time and yeah there was just this feeling of pride was kind of like I don't know did anybody experience Black Panther Elia in the theater. Yeah it was like a sacred space right. Yeah and particularly black space right. Is that what that it was like. It was very much like that. It felt very much like that. Even though at south deal was a little less maybe in the black is that had been at that point right but I think it felt like being openly expressive serve ones blackness was a pain Right and I think for much of history prior you know that was not now the case I mean there is a very complex history of being being black in America and I think Malcolm really addressed at a really beautiful way trying to re reimagined. The narrative that had been shaped around blacks in America and creating a sense of pride a sense of determination. So I'm not here this afternoon as Republican Democrat not as a Mason L. Tell us that as a Protestant last in Newark Catholic not as a Christian nowhere to not as a baptist nor methods in fact not even as an American because if I was an American the problem that confronts how people today wouldn't even exist so I had to stand here today as I was when I was born a black man before there was any such thing as a Republican or Democrat. We were black before there was any such thing as a mason or an elk. We were black before there was any such thing as a a two or a Christian we were black. In fact there was any such place as America we will and after America has long passed from the scene. There will still be black. Watch this movie last week as I was getting ready. Eighty per this conversation with you and this may be weird because we have met before today but I felt like you were there with me watching it because I kept Yep thinking about your own journey as an African American transgender woman many identities you hold right poet or historian activist City Council member. The name of you and the distinct chapters of your life All of this. I watched as they saw Denzel. Washington portray remark amax on screen. And it reminded me of what Atallah Shabazz one of Malcolm X's daughters Roach. She writes it in the port of the book. And the book autobiography of Malcolm X.. She writes my father's life and it stages of personal metamorphosis and enlightenment stand as a confirmation of how one can through witness and transformation ultimately claim one's own divine path and he was curious to know how this movie whether consciously or unconsciously shaped your own path like your own claiming of your own divine path as he thought about many chapters on identities of your life. Most again right. We're an emotional space. We can do it. This is on being Studios right we're allowed to go there. There's some oh settling on healing one of the things that impacted me the most about this movie. It was less about Malcolm X. in about Denzel Washington and how he became became Malcolm X.. Yeah right like he literally. There's a point in the movie when spout halfway through. And you're like Oh my God that's an ex- yeah and so I was really transfixed by the shifts And right yeah because I think I have experienced many of those in many many ways some that almost mirrored that talk a little bit about that you know well. I was never in penitentiary but my a father was for about fifteen.
"malcolm" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period
"They might know but it's spike. Lee is not trying to hide the message. No he's not trying to say he wants. You know this is not a movie about the past which is why it starts on rodney king yeah and it's not now now that the movies over go do something like that you just like it was sad in like no no we need to take this message forward yeah and then it ends with the song by the most popular rap group in america at the time arrested development was. I don't remember anything movie. You couldn't memory i saw during the credits which one is it is it. I don't know it's like it's like they recorded. A new song. For low must've done is is like this just because they seemed a little weird and i was a little weird yeah. They had a good run smart kind of hip hop <hes> yeah they was taking the place on and then i forget reverend revolution okay yeah yeah. I don't remember everyday people that locks it into nineteen ninety two is that the it might be because they add on hold on hold on hold on hold on this is still malcolm. X's page right kevin that you have hanging up. This is we're talking kevin in the booth. Nut richard pryor was briefly attached to star in the show. What wow anyway in the early production stages like a real early what as malcolm x. come on now. I mean we're talking about the seventies when i see what you say okay. It's just an interesting little tidbit guys. I mean tribute should be rates this movie. I don't you know it could anybody. It could be anything. I don't know we'll be opinion of it. I think everybody enjoyed it. I mean so this is one of those things where it's like. You know for for me for my money. This is the best this is the number one denzel washington movie pick like if you have to if aliens or coming from another planet may go show us the best ends wash yesterday movie yeah i go malcolm even though as we said he's better than the movie yeah but you but that's what makes it awesome but that's what i mean like this guy is the key is he is raising movies when he's actually raising the level new level that most actors can't even imagine getting to you and he had the pressure shoulders of play like there's not one role. Tom hanks can be cast in where he feels..
"malcolm" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"And abroad has finally come back. It's the devils. Chickens, coming home to roost. And that is the same metaphor, the real Malcolm X us when he was asked about the assassination following a speech. He gave undescended fourth nineteen sixty three today. It's referred to as the chickens coming home to roost speech, simply because of the answer that Malcolm gave after the speech about Kennedy's assassination that answer struck so deep that it was extremely controversial. After the assassination the nation was in shock. And that wasn't the answer. A lot of people wanted to hear even though Malcolm claimed his words were misinterpreted, and he simply meant that hatred. Had spread so much to create a society in which the assassination could be possible. Elijah Muhammed decided to suspend Malcolm X for ninety days keeping him from speaking to the press on behalf of the nation of Islam for that time already upset with everything we learned about Elijah Muhammad adultery and believing that the coming home to roost bid had only been in excuse for the suspension on March eighth nineteen sixty four Malcolm X. Publicly announced he was leaving the nation of Islam. Back in the movie after leaving the nation of Islam. We see Malcolm take a pilgrimage to mecca. We see Denzel version of Malcolm. Stop by the great pyramids and the sphinx. It's the trip of a lifetime. One point. We see Malcolm praying alongside his Muslim brothers including Whiteman. This trip really happened. It was in April of nineteen sixty four when Malcolm decided to take the pilgrimage to mecca. It was I opening for Malcolm once outside America. He was amazed at the kindness of total strangers while he was in Cairo. There were other Muslims who were on the same journey who hugged as though they were friends even though there were total strangers. And there were people of all colors race. Didn't matter this sort of common bond beyond race made a huge impact on Malcolm. He later, right? That it was this trip that proved to him that people of all races can come together as one through the power of God. Oh, and even though the movie doesn't mention it. It was somewhere around here that Malcolm X gave him the surname Shabazz or more specifically L hajj Maliki L shabas. Although because of his popularity is Malcolm X, a lot of people still called him that and since the movie too. That's what I'll call him throughout the remainder of this episode back in the movie after returning home to the United States. Malcolm calls a press conference and announces he no has friends of all races. He's willing to work with any other civil rights leaders as long as they're working toward real positive results. One of the reporters asks Malcolm about his former comments about having black men get guns to form rifle clubs, and that really was one of the questions that Malcolm X faced as soon as plane arrived back in the US. His reply was similar to what we see in the movie to basically when white people are allowed to have guns. It's constitutional for self when black people have them for some reason that scene is ominous. Then Malcolm went onto explain that. Even though he had made sweeping statements about all white people before he will never do that. Again, his trip to mecca showed him that all races can live together in harmony. However, he was also very careful to point out that racism was still a problem in America. Going back to the movie after this. We see Malcolm at home getting a phone call. He's carrying a gun when he answers it. The caller on the other end says something to the effect of your days are numbered Malcolm later while Malcolm is at home in bed with Betty he senses. Something isn't right. Just then we see someone throw a firebomb into their house. Then there's another one. Fortunately, it appears that Malcolm, Betty and their kids are able to make it out of the house unharmed now house behind them is engulfed in flame. Then later Baynes tells the media that he thinks Malcolm burn his own house down as a publicity stunt. The movie doesn't give an indication of time here, but that actually happened on Valentine's Day February fourteenth nineteen sixty five. They were like the movie suggests some molotov cocktails that had been thrown in the front window of their home. Fortunately, the movie is correct. And showing that everyone got out safe. Although it's also correct in stating that someone said they thought it was a publicity son wasn't the fictional Baynes character. But it was a minister in the nation of Islam who told him media. He thought Malcolm did it in an attempt to get publicity that did not make Malcolm happy. Beckenham movie, Malcolm is getting ready to give another speech at the Audubon ballroom in Harlem, he's still getting death threats enough. So that Malcolm decides to stay at a hotel room the night before just so his family won't get caught up in violence, should it happen. But nothing happens that night the next day, Malcolm goes to the Audubon he gets up on stage and begin to speech, then someone yells something in the back to men stand up arguing then one of the men throws down what appears to be some kind of a smoke grenade. People scream and chaos ensues while everyone is focused on what's going on in the back. We see a man in a trenchcoat run up to the front. He's carrying something. It's a shotgun. He aims and shoots. The podium splinters into pieces of Malcolm falls back from the force of the blast. Then after he's already on the ground to men step up with pistols and keep shooting repeatedly Malcolm's body. The camera cuts to Malcolm's kids in the audience as they're watching their dad, get murdered in front of their eyes. That is true. One thing movie doesn't mention no was when Malcolm X told an interviewer on February nineteenth that he believed the nation of Islam was trying to kill him two days later on February twenty first and happened. And even though the movie is a dramatic recreation of the events. It does a pretty good job of showing what happened based on the reports of those who were there there were about four hundred people in the audience that day, I there was the distraction someone in the back saying take your hand on my pocket. Malcolm tried to calm them down. Hold it. Hold it with everyone focused on the people in the back, including Malcolm, no, one even paid attention to the men who made their way to the front one witness who happened to glance back and see them said it looked like a firing line three of them. Another witness said there were only two but one had a shotgun while the other had two pistols, speaking of witnesses. Yes, the movie is. Correct. And showing the Betty was there along with their kids. Malcolm was shot twenty one times, including the initial shotgun. Blast that left ten buckshot wounds in the ensuing panic just like the movie show is one of the gunmen was caught by the crowd. They went on to beat him until the police arrived from February twenty third to February twenty six a funeral was held for Malcolm X that saw somewhere around twenty thousand people show up to pay their respects then in March three gunmen which hard with the murder and sentenced to life in prison. One of them died in prison in two thousand nine while the other two have since been released.
"malcolm" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"That he can show Malcolm how to get out of prison. No hype. Oh, yeah. Talk. Baynes goes on to tell Malcolm how even if he were to get out of the physical prison. You wouldn't be free Elijah. Muhammad can get you out of prison the prison of your mind, the basic gist of that is true. But as far as I can tell Baines is actually a composite character, probably the closest real person that he would be would be an older burglar that Malcolm met in prison named Ben be it was been be who helped Malcolm learned the importance of reading and through reading gaining knowledge. However, it was a mixture of characters who introduced Malcolm to the Elijah Muhammad nation of Islam the movie also speed things up quite a bit by making. It seem like this happens right after Malcolm is sent to prison in truth. It was a couple years after he was sent to prison that Malcolm, I learned about the nation of Islam. By this time he'd been transferred to the court prison when he got a letter from one of his friends in the letter, his friend, a maid named Filbert told Malcolm that he had joined the nation of Islam, then later another letter arrived from alcohol this time, it was from Reginald who was probably one of Malcolm's closest friends during his Harlem days, Reginald said that he knew away for Malcolm to get out of prison and told him to stop smoking cigarettes and to stop eating pork, Malcolm didn't really know what he meant. But was determined to do whatever had to do to get out. So he stopped smoking and stopped eating pork. All this time. Malcolm sister, Ella had been petitioning the courts to get her brother transfer to a better prison Norfolk prison colony that finally paid off when he was transferred there at the end of nineteen forty eight one major benefit of this for Malcolm was at the colonies visitation rules were more lenient than the other prisons that he had been at that allowed reginal to come visit Malcolm and finally answer the question that Malcolm had wondered how will not eating pork. And not smoking help me get out of prison. According to Malcolm X's, autobiography Reginald explained that God is a man who has three hundred and sixty degrees of knowledge. He knows everything gones real name is a law, and he has revealed himself to Elijah Muhammad a black man, then Reginald continued to explain that on the other end of that spectrum the devil only has thirty three degrees of knowledge. He told them that the white man is the devil and worst of all. Where the thirty three degrees comes from the Masons after Reginald left. Malcolm was left with plenty of time to do nothing. But think he certainly had a hard time with racism in his life. But he don't some good white men two. Oh, and there's a brief moment in the movie were Denzel Washington's version of Malcolm little confronts, the prisons priest. He's played by Christopher Plummer, Malcolm asks what color Jesus and the disciples were when the priest says, we don't know for certain Malcolm says that Jesus wasn't white to which the pre shoots back got his white. Can't you see he points to a painting behind him of a blonde? Haired, blue Jesus Malcolm says, yes, I can see the painting that he's white in. But Jesus was a Hebrew. But that Elijah Muhammad teaches us at the paintings and depictions that we see throughout the churches are not historically. Correct. That confrontation actually happened. Although in truth, the priest never said God is white. He really wasn't a priest yet either he was a seminary student. But after giving a sermon on Paul Malcolm raised his hand to ask what color Paul was. That's not the kind of question he expected, but the student admitted that yes, Paul was a Hebrew and the original Hebrews were black. So Paul was probably black. Then when the question of Jesus is color came up the entire class was enthralled. No one had ever thought to question. The countless paintings that show Jesus to be white throughout history. After a pause. The students said that Jesus was Brown. It was a compromise Malcolm stopped pushing it after that going back to the movie Malcolm's conversion to Islam means. He must bend his knees in prayer. He has trouble doing this at first then he's finally able to bend his knees in prayer to Alah after being visited by allege Muhammad, the founder and leader of the nation of Islam in his cell a vision that according to the movie was no dream then after being paroled from prison. He goes to Chicago to meet Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm tears, up meeting the man who inspired such a change in his life Elijah. Muhammad reminds him that the world is still full of temptation, but I believe you will be faithful Malcolm says he will after this. We see Malcolm start preaching on the street along with other members of the nation of Islam. He's handing out flyers. And speaking to whomever will listen. Although I couldn't find anything about a vision. Like, we see in the movie, it is true that Malcolm had trouble bending his knee in prayer. It wasn't Baynes who told Malcolm how to pray like we see in the movie instead after writing a letter to Elijah Muhammad. It was the reply that encouraged Malcolm to bend his knee in prayer, not only that but letters from his family also helped him, but still it was hard. Malcolm would later recall that the act of praying was the hardest test he'd ever faced it took him a week to finally bend, his, knee and prayer. Oh. And there's another important bit. The movie doesn't mention well. It's sort of does by that. Whatever ferring to is. When we see the movie briefly mentioned that Malcolm wrote letters to a bunch of his old friends, the Hustler's and people he ran with we see a letter to shorty another to Archie, the reason this is important is because it was around this time after Malcolm had finally been his knee in prayer to Alah that he started writing letters to anyone and everyone. That he could think of he started telling them about the nation of Islam and the teachings of Muhammad that he'd come to believe as the movie briefly mentions, he even wrote to the president of the United States at the time Harry s Truman, of course, Truman never responded. But it was around this time that the F B I opened up a file on Malcolm little because of that letter, and that brings us to the bit of important little it was around this time that Malcolm little became Malcolm X for the first time as he would later explain the name little had been given to his ancestors by slave masters. He was renouncing that name. Oh, and then the movie the character of Baynes tells Malcolm that he needs to learn all the words in the dictionary to uncover their true. Meaning that's not really what happened. What really happened was that? After Malcolm started writing, so many letters. He started getting frustrated with his lack of knowledge he couldn't express his thoughts in his head on paper. He turned to his friend. The well read been be who sugge-. Jested Malcolm start studying the dictionary. So he did. But the movie did get the year of Malcolm's Perot. Correct. Nineteen fifty two it was in August of nineteen Fifty-two, actually, which meant that Malcolm X served six years in prison. Bizzare nother brief moment in the movie to touch on. That's when we see Malcolm go to the Bronx to visit West Indian Archie and the movie, it looks like Archie had a stroke, and doesn't seem to be able to walk denzel's version of Malcolm, let's himself into arches apartment and thanks him for saving his life back in Harlem that visit did happen. But I couldn't find anything to suggest that Archie had had a stroke like the movie says he was elderly. Remember, he was in his sixties decade or so earlier when Malcolm worked for him, and he was sick. But he also greeted Malcolm at the door when he knocked and after a while he remembered and the two had a chat. Oh, and the topic of the number did come up to. Although in the movie denzel's version of Malcolm says, he doesn't even remember what the number. He had was when in truth Malcolm told Archie that he really did believe he had that number. But the two decided it was time to put it to rest. It was time to put it in the past. Going back to the movie we see Malcolm giving a speech in a small room after the speech ends. There's that kind of moment in a movie where the movie doesn't say anything about the character. But because it's a big name actor, you know, that they'll play a big part in the film this time. It's Angela Bassett's character who is he clapping along with the rest of the audience to Malcolm speech, then afterward Baynes introduces her to Malcolm as sister, Betty the to hit it off quickly and interspersed around a few other scenes where we see Malcolm's power in the nation of Islam growing as he's named the national minister, we also see Malcolm, call up Betty on the phone to propose to her before long. The two are married. The movie doesn't give any sort of indication of time. But we know from history that Malcolm and Betty were married in nineteen fifty eight and yes, Malcolm really did propose to her over the phone then two days later, they were married even though their relationship seems to move very quickly in the movie and obviously getting married. Today's after proposing is fast, but the movie implies the relationship moved a lot faster than it, really. Did by that. What I mean is from the moment, we see Betty, and Malcolm meet until they're married in the movie doesn't seem to be that long. The movie doesn't give us a time span there, but that happened over a little less than three years, Betty met Malcolm for the first time in nineteen fifty five and they were married in January of nineteen fifty eight although the time line in the movie seems to be a bit off because as best as I can tell even though Malcolm X did become the first national minister for the nation of Islam. It didn't happen before. He married Betty in nineteen fifty eight like, the movie shows, the reason I say as best as I can tell is because I found some conflicting dates based on different sources, but they're all after nineteen fifty eight with most of them seeming to say either nine hundred sixty one or nineteen sixty two is probably when Elijah Muhammad appointed Malcolm as the national minister. Back in the movie while Malcolm and Betty are sitting at home. We quickly realize it's time for them to have one of those conversations Betty starts by asking, Malcolm. If they've ever had a fight. No, never Malcolm says, then Betty says they're about to have one. If we don't talk about it. It's clear Malcolm knows what he's talking about. But we don't learn what it is until Becky picks up the paper if you pause the movie here, you can see the headline on the paper. It says quote to Muslim women ask cult leader for support and quote. We can't see what the article itself says. But Betty starts reading the paper. The sixty seven year old leader of the black Muslim movement is facing paternity suits from two. Former secretaries Betty reads, Malcolm denies these accusations telling Betty their flat out lies, this is the devils newspaper. And he's trying to divide us by tearing down our leader. But Betty isn't so convinced are you so dedicated, but you've blinded yourself to the truth. She asks in the fight continues. But he's pleading with Malcolm to open his eyes. Then Malcolm goes to visit the women who claimed their children are alleged Muhammad's. Finally, he's convinced this is a huge deal because it went against Elijah. Muhammad's own teachings for the nation of Islam this happened. And it was the beginning of the end for Malcolm's involvement in the nation of Islam the movie again doesn't tell us what year this is. But we know from history. This was nineteen sixty three reflecting back on these events. Malcolm acknowledged hearing about rumors of Elijah Muhammad inappropriate behavior as far back as nineteen fifty five just three years after Malcolm got out of prison, but for a longtime. He refused to believe it for a long time. Everyone refused to believe it. And because of Daltry was of horri- to the nation. The women. Who ended up being pregnant would often be tried charged with adultery and sent off to isolation basically showed away without being able to contact any other Muslims. In this way, the nation was covering it all up, we don't really know if this was on purpose or if like, Malcolm X, many in the nation simply couldn't fathom that Elijah. Muhammad could be guilty of adultery. So just like the movie shows Malcolm investigated on his own. He broke protocol and looked up some of the women who were still in their isolated state. These women who claim to have Elijah Muhammad's children. He found out that not only were these not just stories, but that Elijah Muhammad had been badmouthing Malcolm X behind his back. He been telling the women that Malcolm was dangerous not someone to be trusted. Finally, Malcolm went to talk to Elijah Muhammad himself. He confronted the leader asking him to explain the things that were being said about him. When he did alleged Muhammed did not deny any of it. Instead, he referenced men in the bible who had done similar things. For example. The story of king David who stole your eyes wife Bethsheba. While this was happening. Something else happened that we see in the movie what I'm referring to is. When on November twenty second nineteen sixty three president, John F Kennedy was assassinated. Soon after Malcolm X is asked by the media for comments on the event in the movie, we see Denzel version of Malcolm X reply to the reporters by saying when you send out chickens, you expect them to come home to you at the end of the day the violence perpetrated here and
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"For Archie running numbers in gambling scheme. Then one evening, Malcolm so FIA in Archie are doing cocaine when Malcolm decides to place a bet with Archie later. We don't really know how much later Malcolm is at the bar with Archie and Sophia when Malcolm says he's thinking about his money. What Archie asks Malcolm says his number hit. You'll me six big ones hachi last. You didn't have to one. The mood grows. Cold, Malcolm says, he'll drop it but insists Archie is slipping. Archie, obviously, upset drops six one hundred dollar bills on the table before he gets up and leaves. There is some truth to that. But there's more to the story in the movie, it seems like Malcolm goes straight from working on the railroad to working for Archie. That's not really how it happened. What happened was that? Well, Malcolm worked for the railroad. He likes to go to some poker games that used to take place at Grand Central station. One time cops busted the game. Malcolm was there. No one was arrested. But the running with the cops at the station was enough for Malcolm to lose his job at the railroad. Oh, and even though Malcolm was armed with a pistol, the cops didn't find it. Because he hit it in the small of his back. The cops didn't think to look there in the movie Archie is the one who tells Malcolm to do this. But in truth, Malcolm did this of his own accord. After this Malcolm did what he could to make a living off the streets of Harlem, primarily this meant robberies in string of drug use that helped him stay cool. If during those robberies only after this was when Malcolm met up with Archie, the movie is correct. And showing that Archie ran a numbers game. And Malcolm started running those numbers for him. What the movie doesn't do? And if you're like me you're wondering what is the numbers game? So real quick, basically. It's a lottery it was a legal. You can probably guess, but that didn't mean it wasn't extremely popular especially with the working class Americans around the nation. The basic idea was that each day. There was a new number you placed a bet on what that number would be very much like the lottery today, there'd be three levels involved the banker that was the person that held the bets and a tally of who had what bets then there was the runner which was the middleman between you and the banker they would tell the banker what your bet was. And then there's you the person betting by giving the runner what number. Do you think will win? Then when that days number is picked if you pick the right number. You win the runner would give your winnings from the banker how do they determine that days number? Well, that vary depending on what city you were in one of them are common ways was to pick the last digits in a series of numbers. For example. Let's say the new York Stock Exchange traded thirteen thousand one hundred and fifty stocks one day well before that day the game would basically determine that the winning number would be the last three digits of however, many stocks were traded the following day. So if thirteen thousand one hundred fifty one stocks traded in that example, the number of the day would be one hundred fifty one or maybe it would be a series of numbers from different sources. So maybe it's the last number of the new York Stock Exchange trades the first number of the market cap. It closing in the second number from the Ford stock at closing, those are just rammed random examples. But. In that example, if there's thirteen thousand one hundred fifty one stocks traded blast numbers one if the market cap is let's say nine hundred fifty nine thousand two hundred and thirteen than the first number in that would be nine. And if the Ford stocks closed at five dollars and twenty one cents then that number the second number in that would be too. So that would mean that one nine two would be that days number, and of course, you can do different combination. So it'd be one nine to ninety one to one nine until one. Of course, that is also just an example with much smaller numbers the market cap. Hopefully will be more than a million, but it's just to simplify that example. And sometimes those numbers would be from the stock exchange sometimes it'd be from race tracks the source of the numbers would vary. But the idea was that it would hopefully be something random at least. That's what gave people the idea that it was a fair bet. This was what Malcolm got involved in during his. Days in Harlem gambling and robbing but he didn't run into Archie because of an altercation in bar like the movie makes it seem instead Malcolm had a different runner that he'd give his numbers to when he was gambling. But then after a bad streak he decided to change his runner. That's when he found Archie who was known for being a great runner due to his photographic memory. Just like the movie shows Archie never wrote down his numbers. That's what helped him move up the ladder in the game until he was practically running it in Harlem because of his popularity a lot of people wanted to work with Archie, not everyone could though Malcolm did and that helped Malcolm's reputation. The movie doesn't give any sort of indication for timing. But it was in nineteen Forty-five when Malcolm's relationship with Archie went sour. And it was like the movie shows because of a bet, but it didn't go down like the movie shows, even though Malcolm place his own bets with Archie. He'd also started working with him as a runner sometimes Malcolm's own bets would hit. Sometimes they didn't one day, Malcolm collected on a bed. He'd made three hundred dollar winnings for fifty cents bet not bad in nineteen forty five. Three hundred dollars would be about the same as four thousand two hundred dollars today. As he always did Archie paid, Malcolm without any question that evening, Malcolm went to the bar with a pretty girl on his arm and money burning a hole in his pocket. The next day Malcolm was awoken by an angry Archie banging on his door. It seemed that after giving Malcolm the money Archie had gone back to the banker as he always did. That was the only time Archie ever wrote on the numbers when he went back to the banker to give them to the banker at that point. Archie was certain Malcolm had bet on a different number that would mean that Malcolm didn't win at all. But Archie had paid him the three hundred dollars out of his pocket, trusting Malcolm have you ever been? So sure if something at the time, but as soon as someone else casts doubt, then you start to doubt at yourself. That's sort of what happened here in the movie, the number was eight hundred twenty one, but there's nothing I could find to let us know if that was the number or not the truth is probably somewhere in the middle where both sides were so sure right up until the. Other party started to cast doubt on it. But the number of the day, and the number Malcolm bet is really neither here nor there. The result was pretty much the same as the movie Malcolm said, he bet a number that one Archie said, Malcolm bet a different number. So when Archie barged into Malcolm's room the next day he wanted the three hundred dollars back except Malcolm had been spending the money the night before. So we didn't have it all Archie left in a rage. Telling Malcolm that he had until noon the next day. It wasn't really about the money. Even though Malcolm hadn't spent all of it on that night before their relationship was one that saw thousands of dollars exchanging hands. It was a matter of trust that trust was broken Malcolm had a choice. He could stick around and face Archie. Or he could run leave town never come back. The next day when Archie found Malcolm again to get the rest of his money. It was a showdown at gunpoint, Malcolm, nearly trying to reach for his own gun and catch Archie off guard until well until Archie called him on it Archie knew what Malcolm was going to try to do. So he reminded Malcolm that he was young Archie on the other hand was nearly sixty years old, and he'd spent time in seeing one of the oldest prisons in the US still in operation as of this recording. Archie point was clear if Malcolm killed Archie he'd ruined his own life more than he'd ruined arches as you can probably guess neither Archie normal. Cam pulled the trigger that day, but the trust that had been lost was never regained. So they're working relationship was over going back to the movie after the falling out with Archie Malcolm goes back to Boston while he's there he reconnects with spike Lee's character shorty their lifestyle doesn't improve much though. And both Malcolm and shorty start. Pulling small time robberies that ends when we see the police rate in their apartment, and they arrest shorty, and Malcolm along with so FIA and short girlfriend woman named peg the next scene. We see is in a courtroom where we see the judge sentence so FIA and peg to two years in a women's, Tori. They were first time offenders, so they got off easy. But then the movie points out that shorty, Malcolm, we're also first time offenders, and yet the judge charges them with fourteen different robbery charges each of them for eight to ten years at Charlestown state prison to be served concurrently at the same time. The implication. Here is clear Sophia and peg are white women while shorty, and Malcolm are black men. The lighter got a heavier sentence. From a judge who seemed to be basing this decision on the color of their skin, Denzel voice over tells us that this is February of nineteen forty six when the sentence was thrown down before we continue though, I think it's worth pointing out the little Camiel hear the racist. Judge is being played by a man named William Cutler, if you're not familiar with who he was counselor made a name for himself as a lawyer working civil rights cases in the late nineteen fifties and sixties as he defended countless men and women who had been subjected to prejudice by the American judicial system. So basically exactly like what we see happening here in the movie consular never served as a lawyer for the real Malcolm X though, but he did make a Mark on civil rights in the United States and even served as director of ACLU between nineteen sixty four and nineteen seventy seven that. Side, though, the movie is correct. And showing that Malcolm little was arrested and sent to Charlestown state prison, although the burglaries didn't happen with just one accomplished. Like, the movie implies Malcolm actually, had four accomplices, including shorty the way we saw Malcolm in short get arrested as the only two men in the room is also incorrect, they weren't arrested at the same time or in the same place, but they were both arrested as for the other two accomplices. It would seem that one of the accomplices was never charged the cops apparently never knew about him. Well, the other one a main named Rudy manage to get away. It was just like the movie shows in February of nineteen forty six. When Malcolm started serving eight to ten year sentence for his crimes as for the women. The movie is also correct that they got less time and in truth. There was a lot more racism throughout the experience at the movie doesn't show everyone from court clerks two bailiffs to court appointed lawyers seem to hone in on the white women arrested with. Black men. The fact that they were all charged with the same crimes didn't seem to matter as much the women got one to five years at the women's reformatories in framingham. Massachusetts, well, Malcolm and shorty got eight to ten years at Charlestown state prison in Boston, Massachusetts. Speaking of the movie heading back to its time line. Now, we find Denzel Washington's version of Malcolm in prison while he's there he meets a man named Baynes who's portrayed by Albert Hall. When Malcolm asks Baines what his hype is Bain says that
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"I mean, there's so many things I've realized recently like again with that in the eighties happening was Philadelphia. When like didn't police bomb a building. I like this was like nineteen ninety one or something like that. I that is in this major starts. There's just so many things feel like again, like when I got to college people kept pushing a lot of the the black ills of the world like oh that was so long ago so long I don't thinking even like. Like. Recently. I mean, even when you had it was Clinton apologizing for the three strikes rule which put so many black people in jail. Like, oh, this is the nineties you just you just did that just Camila Harris just had to talk about it. And it was like you prosecuted so many black men and she breathes over. It was like you prosecuted so many black. It was like, you know, against about a political. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. That's all Sorry. I don't know. John, john. He's talking about real. Was like, oh, Malcolm. Sorry. What did you did you? How does this Malcolm? Did you? What did you just say? Yeah. Yeah. I ever treat is the first time we in the same room. That makes knows he was just talking about like he's like he's like, oh is that that long ago, and I was like totally man like Malcolm X amount of years. What? How you is Wayne here. Malcolm X, you know, no. No just us saying the name. Emphasize, different parts of this ask is better be Malcolm X. What? Just. James? Jump. Right. Welcome to black men can't jump in. Hollywood by any means. Necessarily, okay. Also, no fan shaped you so hard. If you didn't get deeper. Like. Still have it. Necessary. Okay. Good. Those of you who are listening to us for the first time, welcome. Thank you so much. My name is Jonathan Bray lock drum. My name is James the third. No last name. I don't know why you're. Nothing. Oh, my. All right. Peaking all this. You know 'cause he goes expecting that allow. This is a film review podcasts. We've you films of leading black actors. We talk about them in the context of race and diversity in Hollywood. That is what we do what you can see you frontal, right? I don't matter. They got they can feel it. All right. All right. This frown has happened. Right. Neil. James Gunn on a drug dealer hoodie right now. You're right. You're right. You're right. We are reviewing the nineteen Ninety-two Spike Lee joint, Malcolm X, starring Denzel Washington. This movie is three hours and twenty two minutes. That's not a joke solo is literally three hours and twenty two minutes should have been fifteen. Wait what three hours? Two thousand fifteen fifty no fifteen hours now. Wait, okay. Okay. Over jerry. So just so, you know, there's a lot of controversy surrounding this movie..