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"mammy" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
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"mammy" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
"This then. You don't need no help bro. Noel grow we get the pseudo needed this again. Is it nervous nick. So this people are probably know. People did them wrong in life whatever as opposed on facebook and they said you know people off the street new than sitting up in a where like bradley thinking about you most of the dining move on and they're perfectly fine after dirty so release yourself from the shackles of waiting for someone to grant. Iv you guy you treated. Di di twenty-first audible. You wanna talk about your childhood or something. I i which you said man. I heard what you said but i would sit around and talk to. Somebody need to talk to anybody. But you need to find yourself. Must the problem a soprano of people. They want to do everything. But i'll cells. We have people to help people lands. Gosh darn it ain't no way i'm gonna pay you money for an hour just for you. Look at the clock and you kill the under the gloves. The our time is up. And then that's it some. I played grand theft auto five. Jeez someone who say ding where whereas one swanson every person Gary was but i think there was on the breakfast club little is gay maske gateway but yet route one talented. Gay nillion raccoon. Scrabbling was saying how you pause. I watched what nigga video today a source. He started kissing the hello. I froze. i did not know what to do. I love you. Dog was kissed you off. God i house a dime as don't believe it and bake gonna look. Nobody knows along. Issue video walked. I walked off. Congratulations on all your compliments. Oh he was saying you know. You're going to therapy. Whatever ikemoto i remember into. Because that's exactly why this whole montero stuff happen.
"mammy" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)
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"mammy" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"Stitch marks on mitch. Much animal shit every arab frankenstein at least on being racially diverse. Of every you're pro. Lgbt basically yes. So you can't like. If i was to go for a job interview at hundred percent the have to the job but you got a pretty good life off you go you go. So it makes more lago coupons and stuff. I don't yeah we don't have to go into normal. Does we can just go around. Saving people can in people want keeping extremes one of both so yeah i yeah i i think after the defy the recession with the We have to use the coin so we could have and also to fight. If it's right review. I would like you to turn into like a dragon or wishful Griffin and is that me like jump on your back into soul. Food is die. Just because i just want to experience that it's not foul in the never ending story not going to be a crane weapons and just took him in the edges around. I can land them fall anyway. I know they'll be really fun if not one night. We do that. Light just flying through the sky and we we say let's find someone and just fuck him up by when. I say that someone like a criminal assault on from a late. This is like a bunch of flowers this out yet skim. He looks happy fucking up. I wouldn't do that so it'd be criminal be do and Yeah that'd be quite fun. I think i think we all have different year off. I think that's something that we need to. Also strive for in these letter. Lights is not only to destroy the opponent but then author. We've done that. We have to really go back to our normal lives with benefits pioneers. Yeah yeah we the life on what we did when we started yet hundred percent. Yeah because we got you. Don't just have the power. Just forget about them after you go take advice from iraq. And what we do is go to arkham just like sat all the prisoners free and then just let them come yet as cool and then we just fucking kind of big like well actually easy for you because you can resurrect for me. I'm gonna like healing or like cuts in america pow strength. Yeah and i'm super fast. Speed at six of us our from finding someone that klay face or killer croc gobain is going to be quite tricky for me you enough energy. Meli weapons i can. I can generate this case. You wanna take mining. Did you grow join. Take one of my powers and then we'll remember you got to buy extra powers that way we can. I like i like where we are. I don't want. I don't wanna i don't wanna be more i. I think i've had enough chances of game powers of a seventeen so i think i don't know take more than i him up anyway. It was comes to worse. Maybe not the whole prison at once. Maybe do like a cellblock at once. We we we told them we let one out them. Yeah let them let let everyone else feels just more. Yeah like early on arena gallic gladiator. One off the absolutely mulligan taking taboos accent. You treat them like a free next thing. And lob load baxter shit like. I'll just tuned to a random animal and just blue wail upon would is poison ivy. In this is highly. Quin in this arkham asylum would be. We can use them as sex objects have to kill slaves. Basically they'll be getting with day like with the poison ivy. She's pretty formidable like she's probably like tranquilize knockin. 'cause you g i'll make we don't maybe we. Maybe we maybe we can pick and choose the people we fight. I mean like i'm thinking is just get in the grunts. We're not getting like klay faces that the world would get in like random growl okay discussed we want to. We don't want to make a chance. We we we got these powers. How fun you know. I mean we know. Let's make a utanov zapping us though camera. Just the fight so realize you know like we can have a live feed on or something. Who's has your bets. And i we'll get money coming in every week. Will every two week everyone every one week released two episodes of people killing killing villain jau people and you got loads of murder on you. Cheering twitch shortly fi guys get ready for mexico youtube show and you can go over there. You can check out. Our website is what the flip podcast com anthem. Way you can see would've is gleason episodes of videos show sites and waste interactive us. Waken us questions of mit topics and more. So thanks for listening. guys I definitely think we've won and as always anita pay victory music. That was good. One will go back to form. This is what i'm talking about. Living me didn't do well when we're together we can really Really you know. I feel so positive right now in ability that i'm ready to take morgan freeman again in the next. Let's ready for it. I think we'll do that on sunday with your morgan freeman less five. I'm ready for that one and anyway guys. Thanks for listening. I've been six been will..
"mammy" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"You have raccoon balls. I could remove that from you and give myself to powers not to west powers is my blood. The smelling blood raccoon bowls so each one with iran not If you wanna keep on saying like i want the powder's keep as a mood is discuss how we would win by. We have window. We are quite often win. Definitely win coon balls. A non vast margus turks like county. you know i'll take one fourteen congress we out our our raccoon balls vegetable. I mean like. I'm in a way. I can transform into like You can trust them into a raccoon. Even out i'll just normal just snowmobiles opens. It turned into raccoon. The bowl they oppose ten of asian mumble. So record involves that'd be dhabi britain. Say you won't even wrap them. Readers discuss how. Because i think with decimate. Yeah with us right. Yeah like you on your like i think. Should i kill mama. Shoes stumping were like why can run up to sixty our energy based many shots ahead of this over the thunder. I think i respect enough to give her a quick death. John not on done anything. Departmental cruelty really tear on. Asha turned into a really strong. Like a tiger can create an energy based Broomstick yeah just so. I think he's gonna know betsy fox. She's exactly what we take it. Madison i mean like if you just to find just turn into like a crocodile killed about that wouldn't be that wouldn't be fab bought like Cast brooms instaflex about animal. Cruelty said we should the only way to kill to kill killer with animal occur. What are you gonna do. These tiger yakov sabertooth tiger. Yeah biggest cat that we know and looking. Let's go after she's gone was the was the method and taken out john wall. Christ i think i think it'd be interesting for me to fight him i. You'll probably win. Just because he's been trained like military trained to fight. And i think he probably will use environment batum we would switch to normal dudes. I'm assuming he's he's trying to jump around and take advantage of a wet by your power is so. Ap that mattress as taisho will probably take him on anyway and then five times as strong. That's an if he finds it opie weapon light from the bat cave like he he somehow gets in the batmobile and managed to pilot which he won't be able to anyway but like you find a weapon not big bitcoin features. Yeah i killed. I can resurrect so. Yeah so i think we've got on by like we can. We can kill. We'll just molin to deficit. i'm happy. I'm particular hormone and this guy because i don't you sign are recorded for our youtube channel. Which guys you can check out because you juventud the flip podcast You'll definitely see our issue. China which is actually gonna be starting to get lot more new content as of now and so checked out and we will am in this fight. At least we would have. I would recall the fight of you. Molding him to death let Las revenue shaky come. It'd be us not really high definition gay for pay. I max wide-screen. Vr snyder the smart. Alex lee alex cook. And he's you more willing to trumpet. And can we do the thing like when he's like don't kill him just more himself as intestines around and he's language back and the coin we push ovar so just. The edge of the coin hits his head to his body. Fine just hits. His head just goes gone. Roller it doesn't fall too slowly. Yes coming towards him. Yes oh gone. Yeah so we can hear screaming Like let's say ripped his legs off of like. I mean his arms in him. Now i mean he's he's a is mobility watkins the them off while they go up to is bulls. Or where does it stop i. It looks like and by the way just to let you now. Looks like his balls off. So i can transport them onto from eyeballs all officers because at least he's got a super soldier serum in there. They have quite quite good soup announced. Yes a winning when he has his like kind of crazy. So i'll bite bull often. I'll just grass asking the white guy. Yea component skin on skin graft why guys bulls marbles then so bulls asian. Goes like white guys. Yeah yeah exactly up game a bit as well. I'm halfway the white guy bulls. I'm asian of go white guy. Well it's exactly and i'll give you my penis so you got black day quiet monday. Mishmash hunting into my heath.
"mammy" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"All right well. You're authors power to matches. You've got an resurrection you can also to self wants so i guess i guess i guess about something else like if she like. Because i'd imagine she would go for me i over you probably just. You'll still used to take her out so it's not really an issue. Fifty road black women. Black doesn't mean nike com. Still take out your front. Your in your prime is a male that element of like compassion. Westland i don't know for one was a black guy. We have a book blah blah blah. Women women in general like so. It's just like assume you will will. Yeah i guess. I guess you're not gonna use but it's now they need to. Yeah i wouldn't go with ham. Is if it was a blow because i kind of morning even gum because woman. That's not a sexist thing. It's just like i don't feel like i would assume fit mike. Chivalry would this. Fine lobbyist strong. I like to. I like to go bit rule on. Let's pfizer right now. I'm just i would just bumper and ahead once. And she's out so extreme but this is my second power my second round here. we go. Ooh we got to a new little mini game inside because of fates now crew. The way this works will is. I can't really do it but you can. I select a card like a plane caused And was called. I get a power. So if i if i select say the five of clubs i get power then i or you have to say higher low if you think the cod is higher and i pick a new call is higher than i get an extra power. But then if he's wrong i lose all my powers and i got nothing. Also you've got this. This is actually really risky. 'cause you got through a one strong power and then to potential good powers as well. So yeah and i've got another round goes well so i've got three thousand to pay plus days so so for will i've got one power ready i've picked cod. I'm going to pick a cod as the five of diamonds. So will you do this for me is. This is my next car going to be higher or lower five five. He says a five assistant fire by the way would be zero will be zero. Oh gosh is not Shit again. I'm gonna say hi. Five is like middle gone so we've got lot higher number. We've got six to ten as well as the other being king. So so you're saying higher. If i get it means i get to pick to powers get is higher is a queen so but three powers you. Five powers altogether. Just i'm gonna. I'm gonna pick lower because of the queen quite high so i'm gonna pick lower and and isa jack shit okay so pows now. I've got. I've got six powers when altogether in his match stool after taking my my only power way. I'm gonna say you. I'm to pick up one. This is again because this is a jackson is is the tennessee. Spates is four is full powers. I'm gonna on the bank on the bank. They were full powers. I think that's enough denies. Somebody's positively weaknesses of more powers. And i'm going to quickly run through these really quickly. I power is adding an opponent saw. Shit this comes to our detriment. These powers like every more isn't always better so dependent. I'm picking dependent that is pigs. Is john walker from falcon and winter soldier so john walker is a army war. Hero will now. You haven't seen the disney show. The war hero. But he has In his blood. The captain america's super soldier serum lucky. You got the powers of copying well. Yeah so by. I think he would probably take me. Because he's actually a war is that military's shit. Yeah so you probably take me off more powers powers might I'm gonna go quickly say my second. I'm a second power is cannot mystery box going to open this on not say yes just opening mystery box allows me to face through shadows bortles socket elgar's that's great in basically that's basically might remain. Now i own the whole. It's not like you know. Like go go does cre- lack of my second power. My sorry my bad. How is i have to remove one power of mine but to powers to you. Wow okay that. Which is i'm going to hold onto that until the end. Because i want to pick my my final power this round this round is i guess. I'm city string. You can got removed. That the now he won't. Yeah i'm going to remove that now and i'm going to give you to power so you can three this this round. So we'll your three pows all your first one is. If the environment is above forty degrees you are five times as strong. It's below twenty degrees than you are ten times the straw much. It's pretty cold down. Well we've got eight scott got ventilation. I cranked up on the on the computer back computer. I'll put it's six degrees nice cool temperatures. So you're ten times as strong. You all bree okay your second power you can shape shift into any animal okay. Then that's cool. I can take advantage of flight and stuff are like fuck of elephant in by the way we are absolutely destroying these. These two people like safe. Aw and your third and final power of this round is cpa smell spanish lot or a drop of sense or up to fifty meters away from me me. Yeah we we would decimate them by. I won't need to smell them. The bloods just all over the floor. Like we know what i think is a big run run-up to mammy two shoes and his knocker and ahead so she's she's dead and then mean you can take on john walker and you you transform into like a bear guerrilla trump i combined with though some throng of whatever your five. You're ten times a strong there. Which a wicked murdered his die..
"mammy" Discussed on What The Flip Podcast
"In let's fight episode where we pick a random character from an anime game movie coming of cigarette. How we against them in a fight to the deck. But that's no throughout the discussion. We pick three unknown running housi- giving us either amazing or ridiculously stupid powers. Discussions are intense but the entertainment isn't even better get ready. Cause i'm alex will and you're listening to what the school well limited lost time. He did it. Let's five together with louis and mark and they just they ruin our i. I did a few with louis to solo mean louis. Ultra yeah trump. we did I think harangues will you kind of payment on that food. But louis just didn't know how to work with me. And i feel like though we hate each other although we're rivals you will. Although we know we tried to do one on each other we are like the joker and batman. We're only as good as each other flashing. Yeah with that. It's like. I need you and you need sound. We need each right. So let's say let's see what we can do this this time we got. We got an interesting one. I've pre-selected the the character. Random and character that we're going to be fighting is we are fighting. Mammy two shoes. Which is the black lady. From tom and jerry. Just a pair of legs we've stocking. Why fix strong legs. May i add a very big strong hands woman. Yeah i i think i think they They actually removed from the show in more recent years because of the racist kind of inclination on display screen. Bucking the vul- it. What a car to have lushes group of a broom she she smacks come around kicks out the animal. The proper animal cruelty. I think if we put this no serious. I think she's just expected than an average woman who get like she could be the shove of. I think she's he's got feet tricks. Obviously we call on the estimate. I think she's she's just a bit stronger. Embiid more capable An average woman said like she's like a chip black woman. So you don't wanna fuck she. Yeah you can tell she rage. Yeah she's got a woman blind rage where she yes. No-holds-barred like she will go for you so black rage for listeners is when black person taps into the ancestral powers of their ancestors and of that hate and and you know or that kind of pain and suffering that. They've gone through in their lives. Who comes as anger. We could black rage and basically what it means. It's kind of cocaine is the can of reality eb lack woman could probably maybe two or three seconds have destroyed of a black man just but that the power is just amplified of a minimum fivefold defend all black people see for not true packwood descriptions. Yeah we they do. They got a short burst of. Just unstoppable energy. Yes just like you shoot him in the shoulder and they didn't on on that they don't even need it was just the black raging. So that's probably something. Go watch out for me. She likes to find the kitchen and stuff as you might say of bomb. We're not finding a kitchen will. Where are we fighting. We are fighting none other than inside the back cave. Carry the say. Now i might. You said a black when she's when she's lied there's no there's no stopping it. There's no compassion is in for few seconds and his two of us now alarm half black. So i've got enough to cut. If i if i channel in like a house. I'm not trunks equivalent of trunks in this fire off drunks verses kid the kid geeta whereas like she's not like manifesting last superpowers. And but yeah. I think we've got this so far. There's nothing is a big lady. She life smash with a batmobile find rumouring. I'll just hold rotten in back. He kuna bumps got big bum. Isn't it so you'll be. They'll be like a a bouncy castle. Kyrie bounces straight off if off what is fucking fling rough off the one of the platform design. What would be the shove. Emmons fists go from being black. Because he's not even like a young person she's like a lot forty five fifty she's Two guys is being living shit house of her in the face. I'm we're going to get powers. God was going to be house but let's get house. Well who's gonna go first. You can have the policy. I all right so my first how we get three pounds each ladies and gentlemen my first power of the match is i get to add to pows to myself. So how's this first round so my first of my extra teapot. This is gonna be one of those episodes of we absolutely just like we. Just go mental. Let's get my i. I found in my first house on my first. One is cpas strength and speed captain. America's strength with seagulls our running stock johnson super enhanced rage pound for basically my second power of the first rounded. I pick to new powers for myself. I have to remove one from my ally for my own from from me So i'm going to hold onto that. And i'm going to do and the hold of two extra pounds of the yen has to remove one of yours while many gonna use. It helps us in the fight. I want us to be as max owned power as this is. where would. She's just going to be a puddle of gu want her to have like a quick while one is to kill off quickly so i don't want any bars or anything. Not everyone loves her the parts so on a curve quickly. It's possible at an use. The back computer to find that batman villains and light. Just kill them. Do things allotment didn't do like obama doesn't wanna kill relied on killer. I was going to go find them and kill them. We can decide this and find cat women and despite Somebody's empowers to actually take advantage over. So i think for. It strategy is to fight. Mummy to shoes is is quick. Because we don't want to activate her powers to me like. Yeah pleasantville let's get. You actually got power to act a broom and she's not afraid to use it so fucking.
"mammy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"No All of those images that we have of fair Southern Belles and the faithful slave Mammy encapsulate that image of loyal faithful African Americans who knew their place who didn't challenge The strictures of segregation. Oh, now, Miss College, you come on and be good need. Just let me know They weren't chattel. They were members of the family. Absolutely, What's really important to remember? Is that this is something that is imbibed by the entire nation. And so we start seeing white northerners who generation before had very much rejected the lost cause. By the time we get to Margaret Mitchell's version of the Confederacy, we see White Americans as the whole drinking this in and the Lost cause becomes national. In response in many ways to the civil rights movement. We start to see that Confederate banner being used in more popular ways. We see it waved at football games that the University of Mississippi and Alabama we see the University of Mississippi having Colonel Reb as its mascot. People will will cast it off is just a symbol, but it's an incredibly powerful symbol. That is pulled out for these specific social, cultural and political reasons of resisting desegregation, every existing enfranchisement and beneath that banner, Jim Crow, the KKK voter suppression and lynchings, right, the Klan in particular. By the time we get to the 19 fifties and 19 sixties, they are using the Confederate battle flag. As their emblem. What are the parallels between the Stop the steel narrative and the myth of the Confederacy? The cause of voter fried that it was an ill legitimate victory. It's not unlike what we see former Confederate saying when they talk about that they could have never won against insurmountable union forces. We start to see that same language from Trump and his followers. There's never been a time like this where such a thing happened where they could take it away from all of us from me from you from our country. There was no way we could have won because the odds were stacked against us. But it's also the sense of victimization and martyred him. In this case if we're to believe Trump and his Maga followers at the hands of mythical radical Socialists, the deep state and TIFA Anti Christians, and so on it all rings so familiar it does. This is much of the same language or at least the same ways in which former Confederates were talking about abolitionist. That they were the ones who were this far radical group that had instigated and they were overturning all of the deeply held values of American society. And so It's the people on the far left that are seen as the real threat to American democracy, who are then demonized by those who have been defeated. Okay, now on this show, journalist and fellow scholar Corey Robin. Has warned of historic box a tendency to launder journalistic hot takes through history, resulting too often in reductive comparisons, and ultimately, the misunderstanding. Of the present. Now we've been speaking of parallels between the lost cause and Trumpian mythology, But you two have some words of caution. Certainly when I'm talking about this lost cause that Trump is spouting. It's not the same as the Confederate lost cause. No, there are some of the same symbols and there is certainly a lot of the same strategy. And some of the same language that's being used, but we do have to be very careful. I think we need to use the past to help us understand how and why things played out as they do, but it is absolutely not only dangerous, but it's just honest to try to make them cookie cutter. One of the really important distinctions to point out here is that confederates knew they lost. And they were trying to justify that defeat. They justified it in all sorts of distorted ways that are continuing to have tremendous effects on our our lived experience today, But there's a difference between Accepting defeat and not accepting defeat. So that's where this breaks down a great deal. Fair enough. I should say that that in our meetings on the media, we sometimes get a little history of Oxy. As in this case, we spent a lot of time discussing the notion of uncanny parallels and we Considered a different way of framing it, not parallel lines, but Perhaps the contemporary extension of the existing lost cause narrative, the same line rooted in white supremacy, grievance and oppression. Not lost cause reduction but lost cause made over. Do you buy that? I'm not sure I do because the lost cause grew out of what White Southerners who who supported the Confederacy believed was a legitimate Attempt at Confederate nationhood. They grew out of 200 years plus of cattle slavery, a system that lead to real set of ideologies and beliefs. And I'm not so certain that we have that same crystallization in what is going on now, with Trump supporters and trumpism. There is a a way in which the past is being Reimagined for purposes of political gains and social and cultural games. But I'm not sure that this is a direct growth out of the Confederate Lost cause. Well, I certainly wouldn't want to trivialize slavery by making glib comparisons, but Is not white supremacy itself A, you know a fully comparable ideology. That joins these two periods of history. It does. But white supremacy doesn't just come from the Confederacy. I'm not saying confederates weren't white Supremacist. Please don't get me wrong there, but America as a whole. Was built on a belief in white supremacy. It's a national phenomena, and I think we need to take a more holistic approach of understanding. That this small C conservative defense of white, often male prerogative comes from a much larger and deeper well than just The four years that constituted the Confederacy. Carrie. Thank you. Thank you. Caroline. Janie is a professor of history. At the University of Virginia. If.
"mammy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"No, no All of those images that we have of fair Southern Belles and the faithful slave Mammy encapsulate that image of loyal faithful African Americans who knew their place who didn't challenge The strictures of segregation. Oh, now, Miss College, you come on and be good need just live. No, they weren't chattel. They were members of the family. Absolutely, What's really important to remember? Is that this is something that is imbibed by the entire nation. And so we start seeing white northerners who generation before had very much rejected the lost cause. By the time we get to Margaret Mitchell's version of the Confederacy, we see White Americans as the whole drinking this in and the Lost cause becomes national. In response in many ways to the civil rights movement. We start to see that Confederate banner being used in more popular ways. We see it waved at football games that the University of Mississippi and Alabama we see the University of Mississippi having Colonel Reb as its mascot people. What will cast it off is just a symbol, but it's an incredibly powerful symbol. That is pulled out for these specific social, cultural and political reasons of resisting desegregation, every existing enfranchisement and beneath that banner, Jim Crow, the KKK voter suppression and lynchings, right, the Klan in particular. By the time we get to the 19 fifties and 19 sixties, they are using the Confederate battle flag. As their emblem. What are the parallels between the Stop this steel narrative and the myth of the Confederacy? The cause of voter fraud that it was an ill legitimate victory. It's not unlike what we see former Confederate saying when they talk about that they could have never won against insurmountable union forces. We start to see that same language from Trump and his followers. There's never been a time like this where such a thing happened where they could take it away from all of us from me from you from our country. There was no way we could have won because the odds were stacked against us. But it's also the sense of victimization and martyred him. In this case if we're to believe Trump and his Maga followers at the hands of mythical radical Socialists, the deep state and TIFA Anti Christians, and so on it all rings so familiar it does. This is much of the same language or at least the same ways in which former Confederates were talking about abolitionist. That they were the ones who were this far radical group that had instigated and they were overturning all of the deeply held values of American society. And so It's the people on the far left that are seen as the real threat to American democracy, who are then demonized by those who have been defeated. Okay, now on this show, journalist and fellow scholar Corey Robin. Has warned of historic box a tendency to launder journalistic hot takes through history, resulting too often in reductive comparisons, and ultimately, the misunderstanding. Of the present. Now we've been speaking of parallels between the lost cause and Trumpian mythology, But you two have some words of caution. Certainly when I'm talking about this lost cause that Trump is spouting. It's not the same as the Confederate lost cause. No, there are some of the same symbols and there is certainly a lot of the same strategy. And some of the same language that's being used, but we do have to be very careful. I think we need to use the past to help us understand how and why things played out as they do. It is absolutely not only dangerous, but it's just honest to try to make them cookie cutter. One of the really important distinctions to point out here is that confederates knew they lost. And they were trying to justify that defeat. They justified it in all sorts of distorted ways that are continuing to have tremendous effects on our our lived experience today, But there's a difference between Accepting defeat and not accepting defeat. So that's where this breaks down a great deal. Fair enough. I should say that that in our meetings on the media, we sometimes get a little history of Oxy. In this case, we spent a lot of time discussing the notion of uncanny parallels and we Considered a different way of framing it, not parallel lines, but Perhaps the contemporary extension of the existing lost cause narrative, the same line rooted in white supremacy, grievance and oppression. Not lost cause reduction but lost cause made over. You buy that? I'm not sure I do because the lost cause grew out of what White Southerners who who supported the Confederacy believed was a legitimate Attempt at Confederate nationhood. They grew out of 200 years plus of cattle slavery, a system that lead to real set of ideologies and beliefs. And I'm not so certain that we have that same crystallization in what is going on now, with Trump supporters and trumpism. There is a a way in which the past is being Reimagined for purposes of political gains and social and cultural games. But I'm not sure that this is a direct growth out of the Confederate Lost cause. Well, I certainly wouldn't want to trivialize slavery by making glib comparisons, but Is not white supremacy itself A, you know a fully comparable ideology. That joins these two periods of history. It does. But white supremacy doesn't just come from the Confederacy. I'm not saying confederates weren't white Supremacist. Please don't get me wrong there, but America as a whole. Was built on a belief in white supremacy. It's a a national phenomena, and I think we need to take a more holistic approach of understanding. That this small C conservative defense of white, often male prerogative comes from a much larger and deeper well than just The four years that constituted the Confederacy. Carrie. Thank you. Thank you. Caroline. Janie is a professor of history. At the University of.
"mammy" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Mammy Clemson quarterback Trevor Laurence ready to test himself at the pro level, he revealed in a video on social media. He is skipping his senior season to enter the NFL draft Lawrence while it projected to be the top overall pick likely on his way to Jacksonville, the Browns have no new positive coronavirus tests as they prepare for Sunday's playoff game in Pittsburgh. The two facility was closed on Tuesday and contact tracing began after head coach Kevin's too fancy two assistants and two players all tested positive for Cove. It Parents. Ross scored 20 points off the bench in the Magics, one of 5 94 win over the Cavaliers in Orlando and Jimmy Butler scored 26 points in the heats. 107105 lost to the Boston Celtics at the Triple A Miami drops 23 and four on the season. They will play Saturday in Washington, Manny All right, sir. Three minutes away from the next live check on traffic. Natalie will bring you your full news update. When you hear that hunger calling your name and you need to get some food. Gotta find yourself a Brooks withers met up whether Begin something good. Listen. Need some fuel for my machine ain't no halfway in between. Gotta give me something. A before follow from the peoples in the hot found that Oh, the horse of yours and head home down to Roy's, Yeah. It truly Rogers restaurants, a steak and cheese sandwich, his bag. It's thin slices of beef steak with melted American cheese smothered with grilled onions on a roll, Royce. They say Hello, big and they will amuse day. So come on down to boys and have a cowboy kind of day. Yeah..
"mammy" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Asked to come back after I interviewed him. Was it back in? May you were here, Sheldon. So how's about right? Okay. Dr. Sheldon Jacobs was here as a representative of Anami National Alliance on Mental illness. He's the vice president over there. Also. You think that Old intervention specialist at the department of Child and Family Services. And during that interview with Nam E. Sheldon, You revealed that you were working on a book, A memoir about your time going undercover as a homeless person here in Las Vegas. I was so fascinated that I made you promise you're gonna come back closer to the book's release. Let's get some exposition on you for Sheldon. I read something interesting that you actually became a member of the NAM E board because a member of your family credits nanny with saving his life, okay? What's that story to that story? Yes, my cousin were close to the same age who thought a year younger than me. He was diagnosed with schizophrenia when he was about 19 years. Years of age was his first push your college years away from home, and he had a psychotic break and kind of be put into a psychiatric hospital. His parents would go out to the school is going to is in Texas so his parents would go out and bring them back to California. And truly, they're after is when they got sort of plugged into nappy and at the time and I don't know what Miami Woz They were hurting Mammy about, you know, maybe my early twenties 2021 the time so and that's kind of win at first realized, well, how impactful its organization is because you know, my my cousins are attending to support groups as well. His parents and my aunt who's his mom, you know, said that was my saving like it. Just education support that knowledge that he received, but also the family really helped him to such a very difficult time. It's interesting people don't know about now because it's not new with you. Around since 1979. It's been around for so long, but we talked about this when you were on the on the show with nanny as Anami representative back in May that mental illness had such a negative stigma attached to it, that people just ignored it. They didn't want to talk about it. So so many people did not reach out for these incredible resource is that Nanny offers correct. I think you know, the tide is changing a little bit as we see stigma, sort of slowly being chipped away and put more people. Are feeling more comfortable till that's ashamed having these struggles in the health or mental illness, and so I think that that's been a good things. I think it's becoming more normalized me seeing a lot more like celebrities and people in positions of power or individuals with large platforms that are coming out and saying, You know what? I have depression or struggle with mental illness, and so I think that's also Helped out a lot, and I was just gonna ask you. Where do you think this shift happened? That made this stigma less negative, But I think you're right. I think medium plays a huge role in our in our society ships and in various areas heard word. So, Sheldon, you have a doctorate in psychology. Have you worked as a clinical psychologist, licenses, American family therapist and with school be initially duly diagnosis, both clinical psychologist and as a license, there's family therapist, but he didn't tell you about didn't tell you that all the hoops to jump through. So this is you both. I want that Mary current therapies route first. And so that's gonna ground where I'm at, But yeah, it's someone with things where I wanted Tonto have, you know, District added credibility, toe, no team to support in my community. And, you know, I thought that you know, having the doctor put me put me in the best position to be able to do a lot of things. I want to do it from my advocacy standpoint. So I'm so excited to talk about this memoir of your Sheldon. It documents your experience going undercover as a homeless man for two days for 48 hours here last night. Yes, Yes, that is correct. And how long ago did you do that? Who, as he was to liberty weekends ago. Also back in 2018. And I did it from a was a Friday evening and till Sunday evening, so that before eight hours and I saw and I spent too much all my time and the downtown Las Vegas area so like down by pre my street experience in that in that vicinity, and it was, you know, you know, September's still very warm out here. A Z knows the numbers is traditionally a pretty warm months and so One of the biggest sort of challenges for me was doing this experience during September, which was still very hot Mom dealing with this all those that first affection that from the weather, Okay, so two years ago, why can I say why? What what compelled you to go undercover as a homeless man who will compel me to do so, Woz. It was kind of to fold, so I'll start up with over. I'll say, probably past 56 years. I would have a way to work I would try through. We call the homeless corridor so in the area For coming by the Las Vegas rescue mission. Kind of, you know to downtown. I'll say very reserved Lana's scores and scores of homeless folks that camped out in the area and so I would drive twice a day. I would drive through that area we're going to and from work and it finally they say, probably around that time, So it's too much prior to me. Actually doing the experiment I sold to sort of pull. My heart was going to do something. But you know what? That something Woz and so I started thinking and doing some research and I came across these two football players. Professional spoke players. They Said, the symbol of clams and they did a similar sort of experience where they want to raise awareness for for homelessness..
The Vanessa Guillen Story
"Own. Vanessa's twenty years old. She was born and raised in Houston Texas one of six children. Does Vanessa. Immigrants from Mexico. Mom Gloria took care of the kids while Dad Hindu worked as a machine operator. Again, family is Catholic very religious. This is the baptism but allow this. Does. To sell most. That's your favorite suppo. Young. Commodity. Say I knew. Them. stylist. There is. This is just. Tell me what? Now with the terrorists inside little. Always, eight following her steps and she said I can be like me like. Me Tough. Ignore everyone. Will assign us. So. Miss you. She graduates Cesar Chavez High School. She's this girl who just dreams of a better life. and. Then she immediately lists. There you have a young, Latina. Out of high school. Who says this is what I want to I want to be in the military you Miss Yonne. Dollar lawyer complete. And Hers First, training. She didn't even WANNA come back. She was happy even when she got home, she was like a new person she was like her skin was alerted full of blowing. More staff. More. Semi the police. Say Your meal will be this on the Dr. he said he said Mammy. Sophisticated Keith them even happier that she was going to be stationed in. Texas. Close to home. But that's the was sent to Fort Hood. She was stationed there as an active duty soldier and she would make the track every weekend to visit her family and Houston. That's about a three hour drive. Fort Hood is in the middle of nowhere. Texas. tumbleweeds rolling fast space is. Known as the great place. Fort Hood is big. It's the army's largest military installation and it's the densest population of combat. Units in the United States Army it's like the New York. City. You could easily get lost at Fort Hood because it's it's pretty much its own city. They have grocery stores there they had their own mall the of schools on post you you'd never have to leave if you don't want to. The national was as small arms for pair shoulder. So her responsibilities included ensuring weapons were maintained helping with accountability and inventories that was her job. And soon after Vanessa goes to Fort Hood, her family says they notice a change in her. Disturbing her ibex, we start seeing she didn't want to eat started getting skinny again. Come Do. KOMO's. Authorised. More, sad season must threes. Is. Getting in here. For who she was not happy at four to no style. No. To Be imple- KISS AC-. Nor'easter Story. She would try to tell me that she didn't want to be at forehead I. Remember this one time she said I don't like it here. And I hope one day you understand. October, knowing that my sister was coming home. I. Was there. And she came in. She closed the door and she just started crying on her bed.
Women, Agency, & Pleasure
"I'm sure by now you've seen and heard the news release from Cardi B. in May called wop. Well, of course, everybody in their Mama has an opinion about this own. So we had to chat about what it all means and Dr Lex Brown James is back with us to join the conversation. Dr lex is an Amazon bestselling author of these are my is this is my nose. This is my vulva. These are my toes and is a licensed marriage and family therapist in a certifies sexuality educator supervisor. When not in therapy she contracts with organizations regarding reproductive justice and accessible comprehensive. In Anti Oppressive Sexuality Education. Dr Lexin I, chatted about the stereotypes that are often invoked in commentary about black. Women's sexuality. The. Importance of agency in sexual liberation. How. Respectability politics are used to shame black women and how we can unpack our own shame around sexuality to encourage healthier attitude towards sexuality for our children. If anything resumes with you all join this episode. Please share with us on social media using the HASHTAG. TB In session. Here's our conversation. Thank you so much for joining us again today Dr Legs. Thank you for having back I. Love it here. We, are always happy to have you back. I really use you slide into my deals like, Hey, you know we talk about this. You created the perfect platform. So, tell me likes what was your initial reaction to the visuals as well as audio. In my chest, my reactions were. Still. Got It. That's what I thought initially like I could drop down get back up and I didn't out nor did I di- I was really proud of myself. Out of that. And it was so free nervous. The nineties Misao Josiah, I, grew up in Atlanta I grew up in college park. So here in Franks key on the radio was normal and regular everyone was like look at this homage homage and that was unexpected and then all the commentary and it's all based on this over sexualization of women and I was like, okay let's see the skull but everybody only defaulted to the over sexualization of the black woman based on this. Stereotype. The stereotype is the idea that. Lack, women typically our class figured lighter skin and with some tape of nine kinky hair, the the the Mulatto type woman is sexually overt and think a Karma Jones right. So Carmen in that movie would be the idea of a jazz about but people forget the conversation where. Black women and their relation also centralized as mammy. So fat dark skinned black women who have kinky hair who are considered not necessarily sexual, right? Because they're not the Jacksonville and yet they reproduce and take care of children. They are the form other four People Gov as the Welfare Queen, they're having tax they're producing but certainly seen as very sexual, and then there's also the Sapphire and the Sapphire is comes from and Andy rate in it's considered that kind of ball buster type woman who is like all well, you can't handle me and. Attitudinal and maybe like a clair huxtable, I will tell you when we will be together in this way and then there's the superwoman. So the Black Superwoman, this idea that women can make a dollar out of fifteen cents, take your communities in their children and their partners and their job and every. Old In an amazing and they're never exhausted or tired always pleasant attitude and the considered asexual right because there are so strong and they don't even need sex and nobody's willing to really them because they don't need have this. Physical pleasure or satisfaction lives. All of these other stereotypes? The only one that people went to focus on was the jets as I pigeonholing. So what do you think that is do you think that people aren't even aware of all these other stereotypes? Be Aware but I don't think that their sexuality is as amped up and I think that a black woman in charge of her own sexual pleasure is scary for some folks. We have a lot of shame I was personally told as a child to call maybe China pocketbook Zionist, governor. Yeah You keep your pocketbook close and you keep it off the floor. Right those are the two things you learned and I was like. That's interesting. Why would it ever be on the floor but the idea that if you had his own sexual pleasure, your type of Ho, your some type of one time and. over-centralised homequote not wifey material right and so I don't think the other ones get as much play because they are somewhat more acceptable.
Quaker Oats To Retire Aunt Jemima Brand Named After Racist Stereotype
"Jemima Jemima is is getting getting a a makeover makeover after more than a hundred thirty years Quaker oats is retiring the breakfast brand and logo acknowledging the character is rooted in racist imagery aunt Jemima is grounded in the stereotype of the mammy a submissive woman eager to serve her white master other supermarket staples have announced they too are rethinking their products products Mars Mars Mars incorporated incorporated incorporated says says says uncle uncle uncle Ben's Ben's Ben's rice rice rice will will will be be be getting getting getting a a a new new new look look look and and and ConAgra ConAgra ConAgra brands brands brands says says says it it it will will will review review review the the the brand brand brand and and and packaging packaging packaging of of of Mrs Butterworth's syrup
Queen Latifah weighs in on Gone With the Wind controversy: ‘Let it be gone'
"A queenly teva she thinks that the gone with the wind bringing it back campaign she says let's gone with the wind to be gone with the wind now there's some controversy here because Hattie McDaniel was the first black person to win an Oscar and she won it for playing mammy in gone with the wind so in Queen Latif a plate had the on the Netflix show Hollywood she wants to speak out about this and she just thinks that the that it's not something that we need to have a cell phone okay you know I mean that they have a disclaimer now that they play before it on HBO Max they have to get rid of a lot of movies yeah you know like I I think if you if they do put a disclaimer on a lot of these movies just saying that this three different times she also wanted people to know that they didn't even let Hattie McDaniel in the theater at the Oscars until right before she got that award some came outside and brought her into the auditorium
The Life of Lena Horne
"Since nineteen thirty three when her and vicious stage mother put her into the Chorus Line of Harlem's famed cotton in Club Miss Horn has been on stage and in the public eye over the years. Leno's had developed the sultry inevitable. Lena Horne singing style. How for which she is known throughout the World Lena's first big break as a singer came in nineteen forty when she was hired by Charlie Barnet? Who at that? Time was the leader of one of the swing. Era's top big bands after touring with Charlie Barnett's ban. Lena artistically. Psychologically season struck out on our own. Tom I in Manhattan's famed Cafe Society Downtown and then in Hollywood there she was discovered by an MGM talent scout who promptly signed her to a long term contract. Her film debut was far from auspicious considered to lie for Black Parson too dark for for white parts. She was relegated to musical scenes that had no connection with the plot and consequently could easily be cut from reels earmarked for distribution in the south. She did over star in a couple of all black movies. Stormy weather in nineteen forty three and cabinet in the sky. Also in Nineteen forty-three Lena Horne was Hollywood's first bona fide black glamorous Dr the first black actress not cast in stereotypical made the and mammy roles to black across this nation. This may assemble black achievement and pry doing World War Two. She became the pinup thousand thousand. Black G is many of whom went into battling jeeps tanks and aircraft named after her considered by many as the most beautiful woman in the world. Zero Lena takes a beauty in stride. I spoke with Lena on tour with her one woman show and asked her about her status as a living legend laughs. Ask that question yet. And everybody needs. City has asked me I think I think what you really mean is survival aval. I've been around long time. Yeah feels good to live this long. I I hope that My youngest granddaughter. WHO's thirteen will be less blase then my other ones who are eighteen and sixteen Then not interested in traveling abroad. Oh sing the sites that I thought I was working toward taking my children and my grandchildren on the grand tour of Europe and even including Africa Africa now but One of them was born over in Europe and Two of them from New York of been everywhere over there when they were little title and they're not interested and I'm praying that the thirteen year old and still is not too blase to take a trip with me. If I'm just hold out that long I oh. I think women shouldn't really be that insecure. I always was. I wanted to have a better figure. I wanted to be beautiful well. I wanted to sing like aretha Franklin if they had been Retha when I was born I had none of those things and I made it. You know so. I think it's pretty you silly women won't be like me they should be beyond and they shouldn't be in this in our use of Uso Tours and on the cabaret circuit and in her social life. Miss Horn has always been an outspoken advocate of civil rights do on the historic march on Washington in nineteen eighteen sixty three. She addressed a crowd of demonstrators. Miss Horn help breakdown. Jim Crow and entertainment during the nineteen forties and fifties by insisting on contracts ensuring that blacks could not be barred from her performances in white establishments she also refused to entertain white. I troops during World War Two unless black soldiers were omitted. Also I asked if she considered herself a pioneer and about the state of blacks in the entertainment aiming industry and why. It wasn't portent for Lena. Horne to speak up about civil rights. Lena Lena Horne. I spoke up for myself often. The three musicians or the six musicians that toured with the weren't allowed to stay where I could We will all not allowed to go on a swimming pool. Awesome had nothing to do with anything except personal attitudes certain things. I didn't realize that I was speaking for anybody. Nobody else until away in the nineteen late nineteen forties and of course as I said I was raised by very learn Millerton grandmother. I think most of us have grandmother so now passed and She just told me that I was human like everybody else. The communism that hot and the movies suffering and Certainly TV v is doing. What's tried and true over and over again so I would say they. They face certain obstacles not to do rosalie lap and not to do with racism but The first choice That that is not the first to be hired my people but I think that's due to the economy Well for waters May Miss Smith and and the rest of them. That was a great black singers. Called Black Patu blew. My Father Remembers who sang. Who was an opera star and she was named after Adalina passive white thing? Thanks so all those late some groundwork to you. Know I'm a johnny-come-lately Lena. Horne has never been one to avoid controversy in nineteen eighteen fifty. She announced her three year. Old Marriage to Linney Hayden her white musical mentor at MGM Studios and a time. When interracial marriages were still illegal and California? Her marriage proved to be one of the most durable ones in Hollywood it ended in nineteen seventy one would hayden's death also within eighteen months. Lena Sun Teddy Jones died of chronic kidney ailment and her father Ted Horn died. Lena reveals how she was able to cope with such such a devastating loss. I have no idea. It's must be the way everybody else. Does you know I. I wasn't unique. It just happened that There were three people that the dia respected terribly loved a lot but got The man upstairs take scale that you know you grave you agree but you put it to use. It's it's a positive thing sometime and every one of them had been nice to me and taught me a lot so I was not left Like the woman who sometime doesn't want to leave the husband who abuses her because she doesn't know how to work. They taught me how to work and until I was able to survive and take care of my responsibilities in the early nineteen fifties due to McCarthyism her friendship with singer activist. Paul Robinson Kassir to be blacklisted. In television since then Lena has had two specials which she has headlined. Harry and Lena with Harry Belafonte in nineteen seventy and Lena and Tony with Tony Bennett. In nineteen seventy two. She has also made numerous television guest guest appearances including the TV series Sanford and son. I love red. We've known each other long time and I knew him before he was Famous to the world. I knew him when he only had certain places to work and then he was brilliant. Then and I'm just. I was just happy that he had been discovered. You know what I mean. Miss Hololens first Broadway show in which she start was in Jamaica in nineteen nineteen fifty seven. She will probably be most remembered for her role in the Broadway musical. The wiz with her song believe in yourself. I asked Lena Lina if she had received any film offers since the WHIZ. Oh I have I have had offered to be lots of people's mothers and grandmothers. I saw ten is sort of intern. Billy Dee Williams I would like to have sun will lose almost as pretty as my son was but I'm not that access it would be nice but I've been reading some but They're mostly monkey. See Monkey do you now. Now
"mammy" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
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"mammy" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Is started when the Philadelphia Flyers got a tip from an anonymous source that Kate Smith who sings the recording capable spent singing the God bless America plays. I think the seventh inning of every game not just in Philadelphia. But also in New York, New York Yankees will this hot tip formed the Philadelphia Flyers that kid Smith was also known for some other songs as matter of fact, the nineteen thirty eight. She was part of a Broadway production. That's what what why the darkies were born. In this song, which was a parody against a white supremacists. She is wearing black phase she's dressed like, I guess when you say mammy as she is talking about or thinking about why the Duckie's reborn Duckie's were born to pick cotton. Now because of this the Philadelphia Flyers put a black tarp over a statue of Kate Smith and then in the middle of the night they removed. It also said that they would no longer be playing. God bless America. Now mind you nobody knew anything about this is history of the darkies in the nineteen thirties. Bill body. Nobody knew anything about that. They had to be tipped off. I imagined by a frustration music. Professor. Maybe someone like no Carballo used to be part of red red agitator. So now, we had this thing where where where north of what's to correct. The wrongs of the past. We can no longer. Listen to Cape huts saying. Kate Smith of sorry, Kate Smith sing.
Disney CEO Bob Iger answers pointed question about blackface and Jimmy Kimmel, Joy Behar
"Disney haunt show. Bob Iger saying that Jimmy Kimmel and joy Behar wearing black face is a private matter. It's just something that he did at the Disney ABC Christmas party. But it's not something they're going to be talking about all addressing in public. It's just something when when Jimmy Kimmel and joy Behar just doing mammy songs at the Disney Christmas party. It's not something they need to issue any kind of public
"mammy" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"mammy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Tickets copes, did you guys with this new word of the day deal that you're gonna try to slip into the faceoff? Is there used to be Groucho? Marx thing that he did a show called you bet your life the second Groucho Marx reference. I've had today. That's right. You mentioned Bobby Valentine got a long text from my mom, who's ripping off which she just happy. Yeah. Forget about Gumbo marks the pod. I was like my God bless the giants. Bullpen did. The Marx brothers friendly family all written by the great comedic writer s j Perelman. Don't you know, he wrote all the stuff? But anyway, Groucho is one of the all time. But the word would be said in the duck would come down and swing back as it was their music for that. You guys can do. Maybe we'll find those terrifying. Air-raid bells, right? What else I've heard about Groucho Marx, you guys. He was a he he enjoyed many girlfriends in this time. He was a big celebrity. I didn't know that you when you talk Groucho us got to know the deal. Yeah. Famous line is is that when he was had a woman on there once she was the two contestants. He was doing. You bet your life in one woman was on some housewife in the fifties. And he said tell us a little bit about yourself, and he had his little thing. And she said, well, I'm a mother of eleven children and Groucho looked at the camera and the crowd was ROY the live studio and cities had eleven children mammy said he said, I like my cigar. But even I take it out once in a while. That was considered one of the most racy rentable live TV today. Great line, though. Go back and take a look at those guys. Like if you're into comedy, I'm into comedy. I like like studying these dudes vaudeville all of it. And I'll those guys are those. That's like the Babe Ruth. Lou Gehrig is like, you're you're you're you're Marx brothers, laurel and hardy, Charlie Chaplin, Abbott and Costello. We've hope. No, no. Is that too late? That's a different kind of thing. Stooge back in February. Well, we're talking with stooges with ship, by the way. It's interesting. You bring the stooges up, you know, where they are. Big like religion is Boston. All man, there's like a different level of stooge nece going on in Boston for you. The stooges means something else. In mean, something that listeners always want. That's coffee when it comes to rock and roll stooges my main man ezekie pop IV, drink.
"mammy" Discussed on The Big 98
"My kids because I the whole family went my kids are just like oh my gosh. Deacons from Nashville there. Chavez Rockies there. He was just like, this is crazy. This is a Christmas party. Like who are these people that you buy me a bow guys? Josh. Yeah. Yeah. And who is it Santa Santa was there? The real Santa real Santa I heard. Yeah. How do you get him? Just call them up. We had a long standing relationship. He and I let's find another one your songs. Let's play by me about you. Go with that. Thank you. All right. We'll come back with Chris Johnson here on the Bobby bones show. Me. I wish I. Now on a pile Warren. Mammy? Mommy. Cowley? I try. Change. Million dollars. True. Down. Me. Bam. Uh-huh. So. Both. Chris Janson is here. I got into the worst job that you have ever had. We'll talk about that coming up more with Christianity next. I love that Dollar Shave Club has everything that I need to look feel and.
"mammy" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Glenn Beck program. Pat. I know you're a big fan of Katy Katy Perry. Oh, but she has done something that I just can't believe she have you seen them. I've seen them. My goodness case. You haven't seen them here? They are. Shoes. I call the mammy slippers because they're clearly mammy slippers. That's clearly what she was talking about. And so they have been pulled from stores. Also, look a little bit like Mr. potato head slippers. They do. Well. This one's looks like Mr. potato head, which is obviously. You know, a a an anti potato statement. And this is clearly a Miami slipper. Wow. And I say we we tie stones around her throw into a lake if she floats. We know she means it, you know, I we'll have to kill her. If she doesn't float she's witch. Choose an innocent. Okay. All right. Yeah. That's where I was. So we're gonna have no fascist bonfire tonight. We'll give you the details of where we're going to be. But we're gonna have a big bonfire. We're gonna throw books and shoes and everything else that we don't like into a big bonfire and just to make our point no fascist solids a great way to celebrate. No fascist. Okay. So so pad is very excited about the border. I finally happened. It's fixed we're done. Now. We yeah. I don't think we are. No, we're totally. This is totally cool because they got one point three seven five billion dollars a lot to build a full fifty five miles of border wall. Impenetrable hang on just get around or with that on a two thousand mile border. You can't hold it. Just a second. I thought we know that estimates, and they're always wrong estimates are that it's going to take at least twenty billion dollars. To build the fence twenty five. Now, we're we're the game. Now, it's fixed, but we had five billion bright. Yeah, we did. Well, it was initially. Twenty five they offer the full amount just a year ago. But that that that's no longer available, and they know before the shutdown. They did offer one point seven billion dollars. And now after the shutdown. They're getting everything they need the one point five million dollars through deft, an expert negotiation they were able to get just a little bit less than the worst offer before the shutdown. Here's the Broncos here is seriously. Here's the problem. He blinked the great. I think the reason why Donald Trump is one of the best negotiators, and I mean, this -serily my favorite Donald Trump story. You've heard it a million times is how he built Trump Tower on Fifth Avenue. We have air rights in New York. People own the air above your building. Right above your building. So Tiffany's which is on the corner opposite of of Trump Tower and about. Half a block away. Tiffany's actually owns all of the air above Fifth Avenue for a couple of blocks. And so you couldn't build anything over like, I think four stories on Fifth Avenue in those blocks because of Tiffany's so he went to Tiffany. It was either Tiffany, Cartier think it was Tiffany's. And he said he before he left he talked to his architect and said, I want you to drop to plans I want you to drop the Trump Tower that we we've been talking about a beautiful tower. And I want you to draw up the plans for the ugliest building that is five storeys ugliest building, you could possibly never imagine. And so he did. And he brought them both to a meeting, and he said, hey, I want to build Trump Tower and the owner of the air right said, no, well, there won't be anything over five stories here because we on the air rights, and we're not going to sell them to you. We don't want some monstrosity here and. He said, you know, what you are. So right. You are. So right now, I've already bought this property with plans to build this. But I knew that you might be set on a small building. So here's what I'm going to build. If you don't sell me, the air rights, and he laid it out, and he said, I'll leave it up to you. But I want you to know I will build that building. He did not blink. And he's a great negotiator. Because when he got back to the office. They were already on the phone saying comeback. We'll do that. Because they knew that son of a bitch will do it. He blinked he he made a promise that he wasn't willing to keep. And they knew that he wouldn't keep it all of his power goes away. Remember, he is the president that I've been looking for for a while and this one category a guy with a twitchy. I I've said this for years. You want your enemies? Need to feel like the president has a twitchy. I where they look at each other and go that guy just might do it. I think he's nuts. So I preferred that way Russia looked at our our president not necessarily the people in our own country. But he has that twitchy I, and you never know what he's going to do. Well, he telegraphed that he was willing to cave, we should clarify. He hasn't done that yet. No. He hasn't. Right. So they this deal was supposedly struck up between Republicans and Democrats. He still has not assigned it or approved it yet. He could still reject it. Now, I how lame are Republicans though for lame or they know they've never had any intent. Now, they haven't they never had any intention five miles of border protection is like finding out you have lung cancer. And your doctor says here's a throat lozenge. Good luck. That's it. That's what I get for lung cancer. Yeah. That's what fifty five miles of border is when you have a two thousand mile border. It's nothing it doesn't. It doesn't help. The problem is doing I think where you can look at this and say, there's a real problem is the Democrats know that this is all being blamed on Republicans. If there is another shutdowns, absolutely no leverage here because Trump came out and said, it was me. Look, the shutdown is mine I own it. And he thought he could stick with. But he I think he found out that didn't work for a because it didn't make the case where. And the T needed to make the case the American people could have been with him. If he made the case look at how Democrats do that they pound, but they also have they also have the press which makes it really easy yet. But the president's got Fox News. I mean, they could help them with this president has Fox News. He also has talk radio. Has he has tons of outlets. Remember what President Obama was message? President Obama was doing at the end of his term. He was only talking to bloggers. Yeah. You know, YouTubers he YouTubers bloggers why the president isn't on. You know? Ben Shapiro's right show. Why he's not on? I'll I'll understand why he wasn't on our show. It might be a little wounding for him or for me either way. But I welcome him to make his case. Here's people know the case on the border, don't they? I mean, people are aware that will it's going on in the border, and they still see people are saying. Yeah. See how it was look at the poll numbers even from Republicans towards the end. Right. I mean, they're not good. Then we've been talking about this for how good. You know, how many years twenty years and Trump at least for four. Yeah. We're coming up on four years since he came down that escalator be that speech. The borders has been the biggest issue in the country ever. Since look the problem is with Republicans is they don't have any big ideas. Look at look at how if they did they couldn't sell it. I know look at how the green new deal is being embraced by millennials. Yeah. You can sell the green new deal to your base. But we can't sell anything. To have anything new. We're not reaching out for the stars. Look at look at what we did yesterday. He signed an executive order for AI. But it was not an in inspirational. AI executive order. Really did nothing. It said, okay. To the to the departments all in the United States government. You should look into a and see if we can develop friendly, I it's cetera. There's a moment here where he could have said look the world is on the edge of profound change. And it's either going to be good or it's going to be bad. We're going to be the leaders of good while everyone else is pursuing a I just to conquer the world. We are going to pursue a I to help us solve cancer and cure cancer, muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis. We are going to cure things in the next ten years because the United States is going to find a way to get a I n b their first everyone else wants to have it. So they can conquer the world. We want to do it. So we can conquer hunger. We can conquer slavery. We can conquer sex. Trade. We can Conquer Cancer. That's inspiring. And and it would cost you almost nothing. What about flat tax reform, you could attack? This'll be the time to do it with all the extreme proposals on the level want something new they want something new or at least bold. I mean, the flat tax isn't new. But at least it's Poliet. It is new because nobody's nobody's ever really seriously considered it and done it. I mean, I think that was one of the issues with this speech, which was a good speech. I thought John great speed. But there was not a bold idea there. Right. I thought there was at the end and the beginning, but it was all about coming together and uniting, but you have to wait around an idea bigger than unification. You know what? I mean, he he started out great when he said, look we United against the Nazis four freedom of the world we United and put a man on the moon. Yes. It does bring us together. When there's a big. Idea and in a vacuum where there are no big ideas. A big idea like let's get rid of every car in airplane in the next ten years people like the sound of a new deal, and they will run to it. You'll notice the college campus reform just did a video. That's really good. Yeah. They said are you for it? Absolutely. Times. Finally, it's a big idea. I like these ideas where we're going to take something progressive. I really liked aggressive as soon as they start reading the details. They're like, wait. No, let's stupid. We don't wanna do that. No. That's no. That's crazy. No, no. No. No, no. Where are the big ideas? Where are the things that we can all unite around? Timid to do any of that has to be the president's message. He cannot spend the next year. They are going to spend it on division. You have to spend it on a uniting idea. A big idea, and you can't just say the wall if you wanna make it about the wall. Mike Lee says there is a legal way constitutional way to build it. In some areas out an executive order with an executive order, and he said, it would be constitutional not all of it. But a good portion of it you want to pursue that as long as it's constitutional pursue that pursue that. But then add in things like let's make this easier for people who really want to be here to come in. Let's let's let's widen the door while at the same time we shot off the illegal immigration just start on that. Let's widen the door. If you have a mind for a I if you're one of the best AI people around we want to use it to cure cancer, not to control people come here. We welcome. You your.