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"malcolm place" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:23 min | 10 months ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Mimic murder case from April fourth nineteen fifty. Danny Duncan is gone. But Steve Young. But I'm here. If you bother me again I'm going to come in and work over you myself now. Khuda sleet speak. Don't call stay. Who WOULD BE STEVE. Kerr Jerry wake up Jerry. Wake up was it was Jerry. Don't turn on. I don't do anything just listened to me. Who are you what you want an hundred Jerry? We get revenge on them. Get Out of here. You know. Nobod- Steve I know about. Please share with you the rest of your life unless you is. What do you want to know? The Senate's L. You'll never sleep another asked me to keep my fingers crossed Markham. Now it's your turn. It's hard driving the car that way but I'll do it. You haven't any further to drive my friend. This is Payne's house come on in with me. Okay I'm right about everything up to hear. This case should be over soon. That's the best news I've had all day except for one. Pain is an extortionist insteps into loss in a very often. But I didn't have too much evidence against him although he of cost. Novak anyhow now I feel good. I feel partially inside the House. Van So shots came from in silence. Goal it's open. This way gentleman has long as I live wasn't very long. I guess what's going on here pain. The obvious isn't a mom is broken here with a gun. He's still holding it fired at me. I got my gun and shot him. What brings you here. And what's with your friend Vince? I think this is it for you. Pain what makes you say that Vince? Jerry came here to tell you he was going to the police because he believed it was the only way he could keep. Danny Dunkin Spirit away from him. Who's that no no Danny? I did what I told Mr Pain. I was going to the police I wanted to walk. Well you'll really kill Jerry. This time didn't finish what he was saying. You know my story events. He broke in here. I shot him in self defense. It wasn't self defense just now paying your murdered him right in front of us. Your story won't stand up now. You won't stand up any long. Either Malcolm placed get away from me. That's better now. Both of you stay right where you are. Don't take a step fence. Don't why not I'm coming to get you pain. Don't take another step. Vance. Don't do it all right. I warned you only six shots. You know pain does..

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"malcolm place" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

11:40 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"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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"malcolm place" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

14:06 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on Assassinations

"They. You are really missing out if you haven't listened to park casts crimes of passion podcast yet. I can't wait for the next up. Assode crimes of passion. Analyzes, the relationship, dynamics and psychology that lead to betrayal crimes and even murder search for and subscribe to crimes of passion wherever you listen to podcasts, and please don't forget to rate and review. On the morning February nineteenth nineteen sixty five. Malcolm X, sat down for an interview with Gordon. Parks of time magazine. Parks had written an article on Malcolm and the nation of Islam two years prior. When Malcolm was a loyal follower of the faiths leader Elisha Muhammad. But now, Malcolm and Elisha were in a bitter and very public war sell much had changed since that first interview two years ago. In fact, Malcolm was a target of the very organisation he'd helped build from the ground up he confided that operatives from the nation of Islam had tried to kill him twice in the past two weeks alone. He knew he was a Dead Man Walking. It was a matter of when not if but despite the dire circumstances he didn't seem worried he was determined to face his fate head on parks was astounded at how. How call Malcolm was as the two men parted, Malcolm placed his hand on parks, his shoulder and murmured the traditional Muslim blessing. A Salaam aleikum peace be upon you just two days later, Malcolm X was dead. Welcome to assassinations on the par cast network every Monday, we examined the famous assassins of history, and the men and women who were assassinated. I'm your host Bill Thomas, and I'm your host, Kate Leonard. Welcome to our second of three episodes on the assassination of Malcolm X who was killed on February twenty first nineteen sixty five Malcolm was murdered at the Audubon ballroom in Manhattan by a group of men from the nation of Islam at par cast. We're grateful for you our listeners you allow us to do what we love let us know how we're doing reach out on Facebook and Instagram at par cast and Twitter at par cast network. And if you enjoy today's episode the best way to help us is to leave a five star review wherever you're listening. It really does help us. We also now have merch head to park cast dot com slash merch. For more information. Shen in late nineteen sixty three Malcolm X was at a crossroads his faith in Elijah. Muhammad was broken despite his crucial role in growing the nation of Islam from four hundred to nearly forty thousand members he was no longer. Welcome within the organization now come was horrified. When he learned that Elijah had fathered children with nine different women in defiance of the strict lifestyle Elisha demanded of his followers, then to add insult to injury Elisha gave Malcolm a ninety day suspension on public speaking after he made controversial comments about John F Kennedy's assassination. But Elisha didn't really care. What Malcolm had said about JFK deep down. He was jealous that Malcolm was eclipsing him as the face of the nation of Islam or an. L is you wanna chew send the message that Malcolm had grown too big for his britches. The message was relaid through the NOAA pipeline and it made its way to Joseph X, grab it a member of a mosque Malcolm ran in Harlem, grab it was one of Elijah's most loyal followers, and he was instructed to get rid of Malcolm permanently rabbit place to call to fellow NO member Amos, m Luke Mon who was Vietnam war veteran and an explosives experts. He asked Lukman to wire a bomb to Malcolm's car. So it would explode the next time. He turned the ignition Lukman didn't share grab it. Same blind loyalty to Elijah he used to be one of Malcolm's, most trusted assistance, and he wasn't about to turn on him. Instead he paid a visit to Malcolm's house to warn him of the threat. Malcolm was shocked jealousy. And public. Speaking suspensions were one thing. Assassination. Attempts were another his relationship with alisha had deteriorated far more than he'd realized after that. Warning, Malcolm grew paranoid. He began seeing the faces of Muslims. He knew everywhere. He went knowing that any one of his mosques members could try to kill him at any moment was almost too much to bear. But even though his position within the nation of Islam was tenuous. There were still thousands of African Americans who looked to him as a leader over seventy radio stations broadcasted his speeches every week. He couldn't just walk away on March eighth nineteen sixty four Malcolm called a press conference at New York's Carver ballroom as camera flashes. Blinded him now took a deep breath. It was now or never he cleared his throat and spoke, quote, I am going to organize and head a new mosque in New York. City known as the Muslim mosque Inc. This will give us a religious base and the spiritual force necessary to rid our people of the vices that destroy the moral fiber of our community now focused on his own message rather than dragging the nation of Islam through the mud. He didn't give any specifics on why he'd broken with the organization only Elijah could have caught the hidden meaning of the vices that destroy the moral fiber of our community. And he certainly did the day of Malcolm's announcement Elisha gave a phone interview with the New York Amsterdam news where he repeatedly called Malcolm a hypocrite. This was another coded message to allies his followers that Malcolm should be killed. According to the nation of Islam's teachings the Koran teaches Muslims to kill hypocrites. Wherever they may find them and just to be sure Elijah told a high ranking minister that the. Only way to stop Malcolm was to quote, get rid of him the way Moses and the others did their bad ones. When you try to be peaceful and nice and love them. They just jump up and try to take over with these hypocrites. When you find them cut their heads off. Now, didn't let the death threats slow him down. In fact, he egged them on on March tenth two days after his press conference. Malcolm told ebony magazine that NOAA leaders have quote got to kill me. They can't afford to let me live. I know where the bodies are buried, and if they press me I'll exam some and quote a month later, the April tenth nineteen sixty four addition of the NO is magazine featured a cartoon of Malcolm severed, head shouting obscenities about Elisha as advanced down the street. Malcolm took these threats in stride. He put his mission before his own personal safety. But before he could begin building his new organization in earnest. There was something he had to do with his faith in Elijah broken. He had to make sure his faith in Allah wasn't broken as well Malcolm decided to make a pilgrimage to mecca while it's expected for traditional Muslims to make the journey during their lifetime. Members of the NO weren't expected to do. So Malcolm wanted to see if the journey affected his faith in any meaningful way as Malcolm boarded his flight to Jeddah. Saudi arabia. He began to feel an unfamiliar emotion nervousness. Malcolm was unfamiliar with a traditional rituals since the NO y had their own set of practices, and he was worried he'd be the only one who didn't know what he was doing for once he would have. To let go of his status as a leader and become a follower as he gazed at his fellow. Passengers Malcolm was astounded at the diversity. He saw he had never really considered the Muslim community outside of the NO, y which was an entirely black organization. He now realized that people of all colors could honor Allah and honor each other in turn his nervousness about his outsider status melted away as quickly as it had come. Unfortunately, for Malcolm, there were still bumps in the road ahead when he went through customs in Jeddah, the clerk stopped him the 'cause he was American and didn't speak Arabic. The authenticity of his faith was in doubt, the clerk told him he had to present himself before the Gama sharia the Muslim high court before he could be let into the country, Malcolm watch the friends heat made on the flight walk through customs without him. It was three in the morning on. Friday the Muslim holy day. He wouldn't be able to see a judge until Saturday at the earliest. A guide took Malcolm to a dormitory like building outside the airport where he stayed in a room with fifteen other people when it came time to pray Malcolm was embarrassed, even though the NOAA required him to pray to mecca five times a day. He'd never learned orthodox Muslim rituals or ceremonies throughout the day. Malcolm wander, the halls of the dormitory feeling adrift. But as he sat alone on his prayer rug that night, he was hit with a sudden burst of inspiration. He remembered that he knew the son of a prominent Muslim who lived in Jeddah. A man by the name of Dr Omar Zam after a quick phone call Dr Zam came to the airport and help Malcolm sort out his situation within half an hour. Now gum was floored by Dr Zams, kindness and hospitality. What shocked him most is that. Although he was Middle Eastern. Dr Zam skin would have been considered. White in the US after the racism he'd grown accustomed to back home. Malcolm couldn't believe that a white man was helping him for no reason other than the goodness of his heart Malcolm's, brief stay with Dr Zam greatly affected his outlook on racism. He long believed that white people were inherently devils. But clearly, Dr Zam was no devil. He considered the possibility that other white people could have the same kindness in them, Dr Zam and his family were able to secure Malcolm a hearing with a judge the next morning. The judge was impressed by Malcolm sincerity, he was recognized as a true Muslim and allowed to complete the pilgrimage. From Jeddah, Malcolm, traveled, forty miles east to mecca where a guide greeted him and took him to the great mosque the next stop on the journey was Mount Arafat, a two hundred thirty foot hill where the prophet Muhammed delivered his final sermon as Malcolm stood atop Mount Arafat gazing of the sunset. He felt at peace. He was ready and renewed for the challenges that lay ahead when he returned to America, Malcolm finally returned to America on may twenty first nineteen sixty four he had only been gone for about two months, but upon his return he found himself under more scrutiny than ever before. The moment Malcolm step through customs. He was surrounded by a mob of fifty or more reporters at first he wondered if a celebrity had been on his plane, but then he realized the cameras and microphones were all pointed at him, they asked Malcolm if he was behind the gangs of black men who were killing white people. Furthermore, was he encouraging black citizens to form illegal rifle clubs, Malcolm was bewildered. How could he be responsible for these things if he hadn't even been in the country for months amid the chaos of flashing cameras and shouting reporters, he came to a realization he was being scapegoated by the nation of Islam. But Malcolm was never one to be knocked back on his heels if they wanted material he'd give it to them now said something nobody was expecting. He was willing to work with white people who are genuinely interested in improve. Living conditions for African Americans. The reporters were stunned up to this point Malcolm's entire platform had been defined by his refusal to work with white people in any way, shape or form. Once the reporters were shocked into silence, Malcolm spoke about his transformational experience abroad, he had seen the power Islam had to unify people of all races. And he wanted to do the same at home the press aided up, but Elijah Muhammad was livid his efforts to discredit Malcolm had failed his former protege was more famous than ever in the following day's Elisha made a tape to be played at every NOAA mosque on the topic of Malcolm X, he said this hypocrite is going to get blasted clear off the face of the earth. Coming

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"malcolm place" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Like he was here for that whole first year move on from that eight hundred seventy nine nine four or let's let's play Malcolm Jacobs where he referenced Malcolm Jacob spoke today about demeanor. And well, here's a knock medicine. This is the situation is not for faint of heart over for weak-minded. We need real men who don't mind, you know. Gin beat who. Don't who. Don't let you know other teams making plays bothering him. I mean, it was just embarrassing. You know, quite frankly, I didn't feel like as a team we had a lot of fight. I'd rather get thrown out of a game and just lay down and take it. What a team jumps on your the saints did and things gives roller. We find out a lot about yourself. You know, whether whether you get blown out regardless either gonna get blown out swing or are you going to get blown down. And I think you had a little bit of both. I don't even understand where he's coming from with that. He's basically calling on its teammates. Yeah. And here let me let me start addressing different points here. He said he didn't like their demeanor. Yeah. And then when I asked him, what do you mean by your demeanor? You said did you see the game? I do. And I think he said, what do you think? I said it was it was terrible a said, well, and we're foreign six so be still didn't answer. The question. Bonnie says you can't mind getting beat. Okay. He said that as we just heard him. Now, he got beat by chimera, and he got beat badly. And it was a really good pass. But he's still got beat. What are you after that? He went over to show was it right after that that he flipped Sean Payton the bird. Which he realized you'll be fine for now. He lost composure, but when you say when you say that you don't mind getting beat, and then you did mind getting beat and Malcolm place heart. I'm never gonna take that away from him. But they did not quit. And when this implies when you say, well, they didn't have good demeanor that they quit. They're just not good enough right now, they didn't quit when they stopped at team from getting in the end zone and breeze really wanting to get over fifty. They really wanted to get in the end zone at didn't happen. But I'm gonna reference another thing. And this what Malcolm said today is not good. I don't think it's good for that locker room in the situation. They're in right now because you got players that won't be here next year players that maybe you're young and fragile. And when you say that guys are going to second guess themselves for the wrong reason in that Cincinnati when they played Cincinnati was two or three years ago dogs first year, okay right around this time of year late November early December. Okay. And there you could tell the. Players quit in that game. Or you. Remember, I think it was MacLeod was one of the defensive backs in the end zone. Just didn't give any effort on to whoever. It was. Okay. So then Doug was pressed in the news conference about. You're watching the game. Do you think everybody gave full effort, and he said, no, not everybody. And then Malcolm followed it up with that is not it wasn't accepted well in the locker room. Well, I've talked to at that time. It was eight to ten players. And they said they're glad Doug said that because for the guys that are playing hard they want everybody to play hard. Everybody played hard to just not good enough and for him to be upset with that being said, then and then says something now, which I talked to a couple of players, and they said, that's what Malcolm said he said, well, we don't believe that weeks in a row. Weeks in a row because last week Malcolm had that kind of response when he was told about Chelsea's thing Kelsey sets unless we about accountability. He was speaking more of to the offensive side was like what Jason that's two weeks in a row where players are wondering what other players are saying good. You can't say that. And I still don't know what he means by demeanor. What does he mean? I'm standing there. And this is what you notice and it's pretty simple in during a football game. The saints are partying because their score. And like every time they get reminded me of this is what the eagles the team's last Raina Graham said it last night during a show the eagles did the same thing last year teams the Broncos in the forty run up the score laughing and having a good time bears. Okay show when you do that you're gonna party when you don't what what demeanor you supposed to have. They come down. They do the same things each time. They the whatever offensive events comes out the field. They'll sit with the assistant coach, they'll look at the tablet, they'll go over things and they'll both offense and defense will do that. But they can't be happy. What? Mean or do you want them to have if that's what you're referring to? I thought they had a good demeanor. Just by the fact that they knew this was a big game and a chance to show who they are on national television. I thought they would play better. I was wrong that they didn't they didn't play battery. But to say they didn't have good demeanor. I did notice that they warmed up the same way. They always want. I don't understand what the point of his comments or what is he trying to accomplish? Is he trying to motivate his guys? Well, maybe, but that might divide them to like, they might say, I I gave my automate. Yeah. I gave everything it just I just didn't make plays. And he was one of the guys that didn't make a play either. Now, it was a game was out of hand. And I'm still trying to figure out Schwartz alluded to on the play the fourteen yard run. By thing was fourteen yards at Ingram and for touchdown. He just kinda tried it in 'cause it was wasn't somebody who was by Schwartz said today. Yeah. There was somebody supposed to be over there. I'm trying to figure out who that is. And I have my ideas. But I don't know until I ask you. I'm not gonna say it, which is a wide open run. Yeah. Somebody who was supposed to be over there. And I don't think it was the corner. So I don't know who was supposed to be there. Hopefully, not Malcolm because then I want to know about his demeanor. Yeah. So I think I didn't notice a problem with demeanor. I noticed problem with the talent level between the saints and the talented excellent that's a bad combination. If you have if you have less talent and you don't execute. You're going to get blown out can accomplish nothing by saying what he said today. That's what I don't. Listen. We gotta get tough. And we gotta stay top. That's all I mean, just don't put it on somebody else. Just accept it. As that's what was good about last year. They were eighteen this year. Does not feel close to the us. Eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four pound for we'll come back your phone calls and we'll touch on as well before Howard exits before the seven o'clock hour Marquel? Foltz and his attorney or you wherever you want to call them has removed himself, basically from the sixties until he sees the doctor aided eight seven to nine ninety four ninety four the most ridiculous saga and sports continues. We'll talk about sports radio ninety four WIP sports.

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"malcolm place" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"So big daddy Graham. We'll be very very interesting tonight. He comes your way to a and my buddy Chris Murray. Chris Murray report dot org. I want to check in with Chris on this the incident that happened right before the game for those of you that didn't see Eric Reed safety for the Carolina Panthers who was out of work until how long ago, Chris maybe they sign him after a couple of injuries. Maybe what three weeks ago maybe about three weeks ago? Eric Reed who is the ex Niner safety who was I guess, you know, guilty by association for lack of a better term with Colin Kaepernick. He's been the most staunch supporter of the cabernet side of the the whole saga of which obviously Malcolm Jenkins was a big proponent in a different way in the last couple of years. And none of us really know, Chris what the inner workings of the arrangement with the league. And what bothered me the most about whatever agreed said about Malcolm Jenkins after the game. And why they had that confrontation was the accusation about the money. They can have a difference of opinion. And I get one guy wants to attack the subject one way one guy wants to attack the subject of different way. But when Eric Reed made mentioned today, he basically was saying that Malcolm used the issue for financial gain for his foundation his organization, I thought that was out of line. I was online too. But more importantly icon is going gonna be a disagreement. I think that each each of those sides, whether you're talking, Malcolm, you're talking Eric read account capital Jenkins. I think the goal is the same. I mean, they're looking. For criminal Justice reform stopping police brutality, you know making. So that poor people are sitting in jail sales with either the bail money, anybody get them out. I thought that that disappears. If there was a disagreement that should have been handled in house privately. Yes. In house and to his credit because I was in the locker room with Malcolm Jenkins today and Malcolm to his credit getting dragged Eric Ries name into the mud basically said that he was supportive of getting back into the league. And he was one of the people who kinda felt that. Yes. The league that that that he might have been blackballed with town cabinet. You know, and I still say that there there's collusion with the league. And Colin Kaepernick is suing the league, Chris he's not gonna get. They're not gonna offer them a deal while there's a lawsuit pending, but. But but still but still hip hip, but going back to you know, to his credit wants to deal with this thing on a larger level. And I I'm I'm on Facebook. And I'm seeing friends of mine said, well, you know, they were happy to see Eric recall, Malcolm Acela, and I think that's wrong. Absolutely wrong. Is is wrong. Because I think Malcolm is doing his doing a lot along with Michael Bennett and others. They're they're raising the issue legislatively because at some point you have to get beyond protests, some tangibly within the legislature to meet the overall goal is one end police, brutality, racial profiling, and and and to end mass incarceration to make people coming out of jail. They can have a job or something that they can come to and stay out of prison because the rate the recidivism rate is really high for people who don't have education that don't have jobs coming out when they're coming out of jail. That's the goal, and that's the issue. And some of the people say that they're woke is like, I understand what a protest, but protests has to have some tangible conclusion, we have to either change public policy, or, you know, keep fighting the change you have to make the people that can make these changes aware of the situation that. Why from day one, and you and I have disagreed on many things and agreed on others. But I said from day one that the guy that's handled this in the best way has been Malcolm Jenkins because he backs up what he talks about view. If you remember if you remember the trip to to the state capital on the Tuesday morning after a long drawn out tough win against the Redskins last year. When I believe it was Tori Smith who participated had to get in the middle of this whole thing Torrey Smith. Chris long and Malcolm made that trip to the state capital on the Tuesday morning after a Monday night game that that is taking the initial protest to the level where it needs to be taken to right because you and as I said earlier, you have to change public policy. Right. I understand people. I mean to me that's the goal of protest Martin Luther King went out there. You know, they, you know, Rosa Parks didn't sit in the front of the bus just to say, okay. I'm just sitting in front of the bus. They were trying to change. There's gotta be a an ends to the means here, right? I'll be a few years ago the lives of people who occupied they were. I guess presumably trying to change the banking regulations. And all that other stuff may sat. My thing is protests has the process has ultimately be making aware and making the public aware. But also what to change the policy you want to change the situation. I do stay that criminal people who serve their time in jail. She had the voting rights restored. I mean, there was a law in Louisiana. I think Michael Bennett was a part of that, you know, that basically help people were coming out of jail get there right there. Chris those are the things the point the point about this afternoon is that Eric read in my opinion. Shows the the completely wrong forum time and place to call out a guy whose ultimate goal is the same as. That's what I'm saying. I mean. And the thing about it. You know, instead of engaging in a public fight like this engaging. The it should have been taken care of privately. I think the two sides should've talked it out because a lot of times and move as people disagree all the time. Dr. Me, you know, Martin Luther King has fights with other people as to where they wanted to go for me. It was it was famous that. You know, I've seen Martin Luther King and Stokely Carmichael. Even though they disagreed, but they didn't try to bash each other in that process true. And that's what NASA fit you can. Sometimes I if air agreed got to if the Panthers arrived in Philadelphia on Saturday night. I'm sure that Eric ni read knows how to reach Malcolm Jenkins. Right. Big up. A telephone meet meet either Malcolm's place or meet at a at a at a restaurant, you whatever. But put your dog don't air your dirty laundry out in the middle of a football field. They're flipping the coin so naysayers can say why should we pay attention to these guys when they're fighting amongst themselves. Absolutely. And that's and that's the thing. I mean, my my thing every situation disagree. I don't like I say again to call a guy. Call him out a sell out. And like I said again, Malcolm response was look I'm not going to let y'all Draco we will all around him today. By the question. And he basically said look, I'm not gonna I respect respect with calling. You know, they may he may even disagree with them privately. But he wasn't gonna put that out there. Soon I had to respect him for that. And that's the thing. I mean, the thing is for a lot of people who just want protest for the sake of protests. There has to be at some point and go there has to be a way to fight look now, I you know, I've been I've said it one hundred times on this program. I think the causes just I personally, I stay nice Dan for the Anthony. I Neil for the Lord. Okay. I believe that the way Malcolm gone about this. He has gained the respect of the lawmakers because he went about it the right way. And it's the way to get the best result. But for air agreed to call. I call him a sell out number one. Would you know? In minority communities to be called a sellout joke. Number one and number two kid to question the use of the funds Chris to say, oh, he's making money off. What the league is. How do we know this? How does how does he know that? I mean, that's the thing. I mean does he really know that in the saying is disagree to whether or not you take the money for the league. That's fine. I'll just stand. There may be some issue. But the thing is that should have been dealt with privately privately behind closed doors. He didn't disagree with how Malcolm handled it. But and and there was the okay. Well, you know, everybody everybody needs to be respected in that process. But at the same time, you know, I like I say don't track of I can I can point to instances in history where people have done that. And it it's destroyed Mr. store, of course, it puts it throws cold water on it. Cold war. And it gets to the point to where you know. There are probably a lot of other forces out there that are always looking to divide, you know, people in but you don't need to of the same people with a common goal to create further division. I just thought it was unfortunate. I got thirty seconds. What happened doll Hieaux state? You know, you're my college football guy. What the heck happened to the buckeyes on Saturday? They had a sense of entitlement. And they thought they could just turn on anytime. Very remember their young football team. They're young they're they're talented. But they're, but they're young and anything with eighteen to twenty two year olds that's going to happen. Better than what they are. Good cheese. But you know, you gotta play every game. And sometimes they needed that. But within they need it produced. It puts puts some put up there. But because maybe they'll figure out that you gotta play all four quarters. And is he learned from the eagles game today? You got to play. The other question regime, Rondo Chris Paul, he's got ugly. Chris it got terrible, man. And I think that they need to squash. That man I mean come on. You don't want to concentrate on win way the game. I mean concentrate on Rondo Rondos been a thorn, and one thing is to be that guy that you know, that you hate to play against and you love him as a teammate. But I think Rondo crossed the line last night. Yeah. Beat him on the court outscore my plan that that's how you win win win the game. We'll talk after the London trip my friends. All right. Take care man trip out there. It's going to be a lot of fun,.

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"malcolm place" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"Rep gets will get better for fifty banging table for fourth and positive. Someone who's played position extensively, Dan bang the table for really anything. I mean, we get. I mean. To quote Malcolm Jenkins, we're all we're all eight, we're, we're confident that we can cover anything with the guys that we have in the room. Are you doing on pay as a secret or she's still going to work in as we cross train guys so much and and that's been such a big part of our success. You know, Malcolm place, linebacker positions, place, nickel place, both safety spots, Corey, Graham plays all over the place and you can see him all over. And I think that's been big part of our success. Oh, guys that can cross chain are important to us, gives us a little bit of flexibility. He can cover wide receivers. You know, he's got great range. Really? Good is football. I think you see that on the interception he's just clue in the quarterback the whole way there. You know, there's, there's been some very successful safeties in the NFL that have that skill set this a little bit different than you know, some of the some of the bigger guys that have played position doesn't mean you can't be affected Donut on that Douglas, get cross, train safety corner. What does he need to do? Get more snaps. Yeah, you know he, he does get cross trained the little bit. He's mainly outside corner. We think that best fits his skill set. And he's always ready, no matter what the situation. I think we saw that in the opener had to come in for just a couple of plays and he may play. So did force last year, we have confidence that if he's called on he'll do the same thing force this year. When you look in general cross the league, you look at all the exotic pre snap motion out. Is that make it difficult for the fence. You talking about like jet motions, like the fly motions and the jet motions. It just makes things happen so much quicker. Emotions been a part of the game forever and guys always have to work cross pa- generally, there wasn't a lot of, I mean, the guy was motion and sort of running about half speed we're seeing. Now we're seeing motions and it's not exactly new. It's spin around for a while, but you're seeing motions that are full speed. I mean, guys look like to combine trying to run and it just it just makes your communication at your -ticipant in your communication have to be seamless, and you have to be, you have to match the speed physically and you'll have to match speed mentally. So to speak scheme lies. Guys give more than twenty again. What do you think the trend continues where you're playing better offensively at home than on the road? Now, it's just built into the NFL. We need to play better on the road. I mean, obviously play games on the road and we can't be eight. It went in our home games and losing all our road games. So you know. But like I said, last week, the biggest differences home crowd, everything else is the same. We're striving for consistency as a team to into. We've had ups and downs, and I mean, I thought the players, you know, I'm not real wild about revealing conversations, but but this is a little bit more generic. You can look at our team and say, we're one win. We're one play and maybe maybe I point to a dozen plays from the titans game. We're one play way from being three one Rosso plays away from being over four. So we need to face that. And you know, we're sort. Right in the middle of that into into, but Julio Jones makes a catch or Andrew luck escapes out of a sack and find somebody in the end zone. You know, also we can be looking at a completely different thing. So I think whether it's home, whether it's road we need to play more consistent as a team and particularly defense. What do you think? Okay, the same same thing, new quarterback. Obviously, a lot of the same skill guys getting Dalvand coke back as in big form. They haven't been able to run the ball. Because they've been behind in some games and minutes of else in another. They put a bunch of points on the board last week, but bunch ports on board to guest Packers. I think coming into season, everybody expected San Fran, the strong contender. They dispatched them in the opener..

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"malcolm place" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"What do you do you helping out your wife you take the kids to the park fuck now you're not even married you don't have kids you know what you're doing you just taking your l p of for those about to rock that you just bought and you're putting it on your turn table because you know that angus is always in the right speaker and malcolm is always in the left and you wanna learn the rhythm to evil walks that's all i wanted to do people i wasn't hurting anybody all right and and for underrated overrated very underrated acdc album is the for those about to rock the problem was is they were following the back in black album but if is any guitar players out there you gotta fuck and listen to the bee's i'd that album right evil walk cio de the whole backside i love him tournament with the last song is on that one i can't do nothing right that spellbound as another great one and it's just i don't know i it's the craziest thing where now that i've started playing guitar is i'm finding a whole nother genius level to acdc music that i've now been listening to thirty fucking years if you can believe it malcolm is an app in angus they're fucking genius so this is all i wanna do his you know i'm never going to be able to well who knows maybe if i play till i'm sixty five election be able to play a couple of angus leads if i stick with it but like i just wanted that's why i started playing guitar like i just wanna be able to play the shit that malcolm place just the rhythm underneath.

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"malcolm place" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Wpro sports 1300 this is the new extra sports 1300 casey as if amht one colorado springs this is southern colorado's sports leader extra sports 1300 the the sportswear of john rouse both quakes in the afc west obama line last night at arrowhead with the chiefs playing host to the charger multiple tied earns one deep back wide outright glazed fred thoughts of an air left smith rotting in plaza karim hands school john sadek on westwood one alex myth to karim hug weakness third giving kansas city the lead for good as they pull away for thirty to thirteen win over the chargers smith a two touchdown passes hunt and at one hundred fifty five yards rushing n and other store alliance meanwhile keeping their playoff hopes alive with a twenty detained win over the bears matthew staffer pass for two hundred thirty seven yards and a pair of scores and that has jim caldwell feeling pretty good about as passing attack down the stretch woman on the tour lately complaining well planned willful also homes and more delivers the ball is also seems malcolm place won't you look at a model gels a couple of the guy's making some things happen form he's got some stuff in gaza helping elsewhere leonard fornet bothered by a quad injury that kept amount of practice all week will reportedly sit out today's game against houston the nba scoreboard the rockets won their thirteen th in a row 115 one eleven chris paul 25 points all but two coming in the second half but this one out there swimming siegel told the truth i think it's a show notified unwilling has in the majority sure her pj at halftime a number of other guys you just kept talking about you know found a way on the.

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"malcolm place" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Now vaca murphy back on knbr sixty life on friday we got a good vibe gone on a beautiful weather can be separate up to lake county this weekend for a night nine away my buddy malcolm's place to singing do ever someone with the boys odd is going to be one of those nights than like the giant game is like a footnote on this on though we had a buddy you y'all have and you're in your group you guys will have the one guy who thinks not just things but actually is the best chefs last cook in the group body harms z is is promising just the lights out for stakes in stakes in accoutrements oh yeah heavily layered potatoes winds heavily layered some sort of offer perhaps pauley where was that of that old gandolfini cut about stakes remember you know what i'm saying mps one yet we've already cover this you guys forgotten eggs yeah we've nine elmar five south we talked about this on the air before now is it again else gossage is and that's all there was no explanation and i'll give you the backstory he's at his therapist office and he's having these fits worries pass and out and she said yes fight last time you tell the story about past not you were talking about presumed owen you say you're down on rebel package and somehow the delhi meat for bringing back a bad memories and then he said somebody other meats you talked about what were they tony goes you know sausages stakes at cut that end sadly it didn't make the conversion we lost of euro find it again hall my god i don't why did you a little legwork here we'll watch the whole uh see either the we need to know what episode of i did i cut it in today okay listeners if you remember the episode season and episode since sausages it's the once ana called again that can wait for a second now this is big because i would love to have sausages and stakes back and it's pained me patrick i love some jersey shore references to all yeah that's different though we had yodel for area urals but dumped over don't they reference meets yeah yeah they do they do what maybe you do honda let me do a little legwork but no sadly that one did not make the conversion from the diagnosis remember through a battery and.

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"malcolm place" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm place" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"But when the storm appears to be bearing down where they're headquarters or that is the main story new york city's getting here with us know sports well big freedom beal the other right is this the number people the sport of and so good coverage driven buddy the marketplace because the malcolm place says the storm what effect upwards of sixty tim million people well here's twelve twenty million eyeballs of course they're going to cover up so i think what you have need to learn about news coverage is the really driven by a good news worldly most of a particular story griffin but right before we've got twelve million eyeballs on this but because that's where the storms coming now it missed all of man held miller misha i'm sorry mr complete because of still getting slow but it's heading upstate new york and won't nobody cares about for there was a dusting him do you see it was upset before adjusting him do you think those are the get open i mean became awful just you know air but if the zombie apocalypse and stop him think about no storm here up member joking or for the dome to leap you know six twelve inches film i'm just the city oh sniff of i'm today even thirty forty fifty years ago the difference who knows the ability.

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