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"marable" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"marable" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Inbound once you clear the eye area of Marable of are you should be in pretty good shape heading inbound if the Holland tunnel towers in New York side our next have a good day in less than ten minutes a W. C. B. S. so let's get that WCBS exigen weather forecast and I guess it's causing FOR calling for little drizzling rain we get Hayes right now let's check in with Daniel middle high hi Joe yeah not a lot of sunshine to be seen here across the area for a the upcoming weekend the one positive despite kind of the gloomy looked at things here temperatures are running above average here for the next several days typically were in the upper thirties to around forty degrees so lease it's gonna feel pretty nice as we top out around forty five of this afternoon underneath that cloud cover tonight we can see a shower or two around maybe even us no shower in a couple of spots as we work our way into the overnight hours low thirty six for tomorrow limited sunshine a bit breezy forty six degrees of them we can see the return of a couple of showers as we approach tomorrow evening specially for the northern and western suburbs things look much nicer as we move into Monday sunny to partly cloudy a noticeably warmer day fifty eight degrees will stay mild for Tuesday despite the return of clouds as will be in the lower fifties and then on Wednesday we do with the chance of seeing some rain and drizzle especially for the afternoon hi Wednesday forty nine degrees right now forty one degrees in Long Beach it's forty three and Wayne we of forty two degrees in mid town coming up to a high of forty five Joe thanks Danielle WCBS news time one ten the unseasonably warm weather and ocean water that's unseasonably warm makes up plunge into the sea easier for a bunch of people raising money for a substance abuse treatment program in the garden state John Adams as more polar plunge Asbury park February eighth a little pain for much gain and Bradley with dates of New Jersey says their substance abuse programs are new needed now more than ever during the opioid crisis taking an icy dip in the ocean can help raise much needed funding she says that first day of treatment is a little like a shocking midwinter swim first day it's it's a very scary processes are they don't know.

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"marable" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"marable" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And breaking news first keep up to date on the road every morning every afternoon with news radio nine fifty it is time for fifty one as we get ready to close out twenty nineteen a look forward to the new year there are certain things the businesses and workers should be worried about this is merry fell been going in depth with Sheila Marable certify treasury professional vice president treasury management officer at PNC bank Sheila what should we be thinking about as we look at a new year's force our finances are concerned well going into the new year in regards to fraud protection and security identity theft the first thing that I would say is to make sure that you have very strong passwords for all of your bank online banking you want to make sure that you don't have something easy something that is difficult to get into and want to set account alerts so you want to know if your account does get hacked that you can get those alerting you couldn't find it easily and contact your bank and get it resolved what are the things you would be thinking about I would say be very cautious about some of the calls text messages and emails that you receive most of the time when a hacker is trying to get to you they're sending you these text messages emails that have links and they contain malicious malware that can track your data and allow them to be able to hack into your accounts I would also say no put a credit freeze on your credit bureau this will allow if someone does hack into your credit in there trying to apply for credit it won't allow them to get in there and then check your credit report often you can get a free credit report from each of the credit bureaus every year so actually you can go.

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"marable" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"marable" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Welcome back to news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay it is the boys we are the voice of the community in today's. talking to candidates who are running for the Fulton County commission is our opportunity as we did yesterday was school board candidates to let you hear them and then go do your research we still early voting continues until Friday and in the election day is next Tuesday our first candidate that we're going to hear from is Sir John Marable Graham it. Sir John how are you did I get that group of pronunciation correct yes good afternoon good afternoon to you let's go through these questions very quickly take a minute to introduce yourself tell us about you and your background your profession school the Knicks other. I appreciate that very much thank you for having me on your show today my name is so Turner Marable granite and I am the proud daughter of the late Dr manning Marable who is a famous black historian I'm off to the daughter of hazel and here it is a community advocate after. I'm running before becoming commissioner district six because I am passionate about people in service I'm a graduate of Clark and Lana's University and author of Penn state university for over twenty years as a community advocate an organizer I have been advocating for sound policy and connecting people with this is that in which their lives for the better I currently work in affordable housing for a nonprofit called national church residences I have the pleasure of serving seniors everyday and backtrack manna from thirteen hundred seniors we serve I'm one of the I am actually the only candidate who worked day and night and day out with seniors hi background also includes Fulton County government all right if you can keep your your responses to a minute for the questions okay what do you what do you want to be a member of the Fulton County commission. my background includes not only nonprofit but it also includes Fulton County government I worked for both the county for about four and a half years served as the director constituent services in which I was able to link constituents with services I am passionate about people and services that people buy back or want to be open county commissioner district six thank you by the services to the people in South Boston what in your background do you feel uniquely qualifies you to be an effective member of the Fulton County commission. what my background includes just what I mentioned earlier I work in the senior services thanks my background is in Fulton County government my background is also in higher education and so working in their faces I'm a life very much with the late Mister and I don now whose passion but the undersecretary that's what I've been doing for over twenty years in Fulton County. what do you see as the single most pressing issue facing the Fulton County commission and if elected what would you do about it. yeah we are there's no single or issue there are a number of issues one is economic development I know you just said one so our focus on that economic about. need to make sure we have marked growth in house. we need to bring jobs to sample sent mark growth number two thousand. the portable housing. hi N. job for the county has a budget general fund budget of over seven hundred million dollars most of which goes to some form of public safety what would be your budget priorities if you are elected to the Fulton County commission you know my priorities for the the county would be in critical areas I mentioned earlier in your services we need to put more money in views and young adults we need to make sure that we're protecting our community our our health and the environment and we didn't touch on safety and criminal justice we touched on economic development which I would focus on we need to build strong communities and neighborhoods and bring old mark economic development those are the critical areas that I would focus on. does is often said that there's a disparity between north and south side funding those Fulton County have it inequity between funding of north side in south side and if they do well how do you intend to address. you know I believe that there is still a disparity between the north and the south and so the way that I would address it is talking with my colleagues talking with constituents this. the need that can the trip this time already learning that now by door knocking by making great and having their at Fulton County government and so it's aligning ourselves with city throughout the county and partnering with the partnerships and collaboration and that's what I've done for a number of years in order to the south Fulton Dr we need to have a partnership with our cities and our elected officials within the county I've been a lot of large projects that come to these county into the city ours should Fulton County continue to expand tax breaks to large projects such as the gulch others are in do this inducement for development is it still necessary for us to give those type of tax breaks are too those kind of projects to stimulate the equal to stimulate economic development. you know I I looked at that Gulf deal I if I would have to look at each deal individually in order for me to answer that question. I N. down finally tell everybody why you're the best candidate on the ballot and why people should vote for you on and up until Friday in on Tuesday election day I appreciate that I wanted to have a high quality of life where we can work late and play I wanted to Canada to live in south Fulton I've been in South Boston for over fifteen years I plan on living there and raising my two boys there along with my husband I'm the right woman and the right Democrat at the right time for this the more information about me does your honor visit a lack so Turner dot com. I will go on we will but actually how do they ever had to return if people have heard your response and want to connect with you give them all of your social media phone number in information you want people to have I appreciate that you can visit my website again at W. W. W. dot a lack does your honor dot com I'm also on Twitter at so John are very I'm on Facebook at so Turner Marable granite and I'm on Instagram at the Turner. believe it or not Derek I'm not a joiner tree but I am so Turner ridge all right well we appreciate you for taking the time out and speaking with us again teller you might want to help people I spell your last name if they're searching for it so the people of course these are my last name thank you for that my last name is spelled G. R. I. M. M. as in Mary A. C. C. though Jenner Marable grin that hi so John all the best to you thank you for sharing with us and good luck at the polls I appreciate a brother thank you very much have a wonderful day you too all four four eight nine two two seven if we wanna take calls give me the list that we tell you who's coming up next previous adjourned for Jonah and we have I think we have all of the candidates here. I think everybody is here and so on the rest will join us in studio and will that will take a break we'll come back we'll introduce you to the remainder candidates I think that nine of them who are running for Fulton County commission district six to fill the unexpired term of the late an honorable I am I own Dardanelle the mighty shoes coming up next you hear from Warren C. head junior a Yoshino Colbert Bradford then you hear from Joe cars in Gordan joiner and then call Dorsey and doctor Sonya France's role they are all here and we will let you be introduced to them if you don't know them already. and or hear from them if you already know them don't go on to play stick and stay with us it is too much through with Derek Bozeman as we bring you the candidates running for the six district of the flow of Fulton County commission right here on news and talk thirteen eighty W. A. okay..

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Baltimore, Seven Four Nine Seven Thousand Pound And One Month discussed on Gary Jeff Walker

Gary Jeff Walker

06:00 min | 1 year ago

Baltimore, Seven Four Nine Seven Thousand Pound And One Month discussed on Gary Jeff Walker

"The Baltimore sun ran a scathing editorial about the present but they said in a report from twenty seventeen the ball Baltimore sun quote anyone who took a walk around this neighborhood you think you're in it and a third world country that's the Baltimore sun and The Washington Post a larger Cummings is been the number one politician in Baltimore for decades what is he accomplished what has he done other than talk about the problem in Cincinnati the prosecutor says call out the National Guard twenty killed in one month nineteen black one white killed in one month and now everyone is outraged Cranley is outraged county commissioners are outraged Democratic Party is outraged well who's been a judge in Cincinnati for the past fifty years so these communities is a dysfunctional who's in charge the liberals Baltimore is the worst run city in America well the mayor of the most recent mail the Catherine Pugh you just heard was chase from office had been indictment for for fraud and bribery in office now the next allegation by the president is a Baltimore is infested with rats and roads one of the residents say the B. B. C. found quote residents have said that they live in rat infested neighborhoods regardless of what you do as a person living here there are roaches and mice an epidemic of bed bugs on quote I went to the mayor herself say rotting carcasses you smell that look at those rats that's the mayor next allegation is about the rats according to Orkin pest control Baltimore is one of the most rat infested cities in America the pest control company ranks Baltimore number six on the list the other Fiverr worst places like Memphis by the way also control of the Democratic Party the allegation of the presidents of filthy mess and that's true yeah I read to you three or four sentences from the Baltimore sun editorial board last year about Baltimore Baltimore sun quote food containers all up close paper but man appeals plastic bags and tons of garbage littering the shoulders of roads pile up in alleyways and are strewn across fields and yards not only is it unsightly and contribute to a rodent problem here in Baltimore but it can create a glom in a gloomy feeling it's at a time when the city is already facing self esteem issues because of high crime and the scandal surrounding university of Maryland medical system and merit Catherine Pugh who's now on indefinite leave enter healthy holiday books if anything this city needs a major scrubbing to help restore some of its freight than ME John quote that's from the editorial board of the Baltimore sun so when the president says the same things the Baltimore sun says the president is trashed and lastly when you get your reaction seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred a new eighteen T. Leslie isn't said Baltimore is dangerous Baltimore according to USA today well there's another conservative publication USA today Baltimore is deadlier than Chicago and Detroit according to crime statistics released by the FBI had the highest homicide rate in the nation and twenty eighteen it's dangerous for the residents the great majority home one is simple life lead in a good way but USA today says the Baltimore has more crime than Chicago and Detroit gun violence are chives dot org archives dot org reports of Baltimore was responsible for more than half the incidents involving guns and the state of Maryland that that's fifty five percent of the guns when they're twelve percent of the population and in Baltimore more than half of the murders are run solved the truth is what's happening in Baltimore has nothing to do with race everything to do with politics and inept democratic lawmakers who have turned their backs on their own people and want to blame others for their behavior can you smell what I'm cooking these are the facts and in Cincinnati according to the federal government they have three zip codes what you're in criminal crisis not being over the Rhine price hill in Avondale according to not United States government an Obama administration said exactly the same thing so is this a shock to the media these clubs I've played or available online why would the mainstream media play the clips of mayor Catherine Pugh how to touring these areas last year before she resigned saying exactly the same things but trump said why would the Baltimore sun editorial board revisit its editorial just seven months ago saying exactly the same thing the president says because the truth doesn't matter it's sink the Bismarck it is saying drop at all cost he is called a races for pointing out the same things that the African American Marable Baltimore I said the same kind of things that Bernie Sanders is said and he was applauded by city officials standing behind Bernie Sanders what am I missing here Meyer waves are yours we have Jane first coming up and many others seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred a new eighteen T. the democratic party's policies have collapsed living in urban areas for African American folks who deserve so much better twelve fifty six how may your Reds playing tonight against Pittsburgh all news radio seven hundred W. out of the seven hundred WLW

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"marable" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"marable" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Really rocks. This. So. I get it. I don't know that I would like it in real life. I don't know because I just my porn world. That's a nice solid about having like this really makes me feel pretty vulnerable. That's I can't believe you do that all the time. No, no, that's wild. Look, I'll give it a whack. I do everything I'll do anything. I'll try anything once. But they're not to be. I think there's a lot of guys. It would be like uncomfortable with that. I'm old. Act of it. It's the bubble out. There is a tough one. Well, no one's really see in that. It's not even the feeling a hair. Just had like but air you're like, oh my God. What is wrong? I shouldn't be exposed. I'll tell you what these girls do just while. It's that's their regularity. John. Is for us. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Like, the how no ma'am, I always I always get a kick out of the thought of the most one of the most common positions, doggy style sex for girls. They're just fucking staring at the wall, all know out. I mean, it's just it's nothing in front of them. Yeah. Yeah. But if you don't like if we like all of the action is always in front for us. There are tons of girl. Just look at the seal in looking at the wall. I don't see any better for us. Yeah. Death ready? Look anywhere Marable for them on those probably better for them through. They don't want. It would just take your job. If you could see me, you knew what I it depends on who you're talking. That's not for you. What I look away. None of your fucking business. So so yeah, continue. I mean, your your thoughts on the experience. I haven't experienced it yet. But I was blown away that I'd never seen that or even heard of it. I went to dearly set weekend, and that's like five or six guys that they had ever heard of it and not one of them had heard. I couldn't believe to fucking crudes bunch of. Even though you got you guys got to get in on Casey radio. And you'll learn all these things, man. That that afternoon I called the KFC radio answering machine to ask you about it so own right? All right. Well, we'll have to do a little we'll have to do a little wrap up on the podcasts over there to thanks for the call chase. There's I do you think John you could do the Amazon without laughing. Do you think that you could actually keep it like like in the morning, and I'm like hot, nobody? But that's how I like to have sex. I always laughing your time with sex. I don't I don't want you to like really be like. It is weird. This is let's acknowledge what we're doing is a pretty ridiculous ridiculous. Let's have some fun with it. Could you do the Amazon, Casey? No. I mean, I'll try anything once but I. Now, imagine the case let me just being. Can you imagine you have a guy up accounts? He's got his legs up..

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"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"Newman on Twitter and Instagram. Yeah. Andrew t Llosa's racist. Is it? Doctors. Please get at us telecom with please help us. I know it's bad are struggling peace. Tawny gas. Here's a question. Yes. What should a woman wear? Ooh. A woman should wear a basket on her head Sacha round. Her Biddle a seat belt at all times. Arm float as if she case whim and a t shirt that says not on my watch. Boy, you know, what we also set up this joke wrong because this is the copy about how fucked up is it to have me deliver man splaine, the punchline of whatever the hell she wants to you for that. Also like could I have looked at it to actually write a punchline rather than just math free wheel? And no sleep free will and people love our ads, anyway, what should woman wear whatever the hell she want. That's what wild FANG is here to say, y'all know about Wild Thing. They're cool. They their gender smashing, feminist fashion. Brand that is here to take down the patriarchy one sickly tailored blazer at a time except for the one part of the patriarchy who they saved which is made because I would have died. That they had to give you that hat or else. You would have perished wildfire was founded by oh, do I say bad ass. Babes feels wrong for mandate batteries Chien's. Yeah. Wild FANG was founded by Andrew says bad ass babes, all the time who wants to make the world better place put their money where their mouth is raising hundreds of thousands of dollars to fight for your rights. A percentage of every charity. We're just gonna pretend that didn't happen and this year alone. They raised one hundred thousand dollars. I have sit on rupaul voice. Yeah. They raised one hundred thousand dollars to save the last of Boertien clinic in South Dakota. It's more than just a fashion brand. There are Centric as folk speak out for women immigrants, racial Justice. And of course, the LGBTQ community. This is very true. Just brief perusal of their socials would tell you that. It's not just it's not just closed for them at it. Very much is a whole they're letting you know where they feel about things where they feel about. That's right. We're far I need several naps, preferably consecutively. Yeah. Is that just sleep in?.

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"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"And she does so to just because I don't feel super like one of these people. If I go into a store, that's like imports from Ghana or something. They're just looking at me. Like you dumb L A American bitch. I'm not safer than anyone else. Say from the awkwardness. I mean, so like, yeah. Just tell her like, hey, yeah. It was weird. The first time I went in or whatever. Yeah. Everyone's nice. Yeah. To make make them. Do it the damn cells white people? Do it. You're damn selves feel like love this. That's gonna come by me and the ass of. Yes. It's gonna hurt you that's going to be my mantra. Well, no, we have to let you go because you have an important Hollywood business meeting to go to so tell us where tell the people where they can find you. If you want them to follow online, or of it is mo- IMO, the director that is my Twitter and Instagram and all things social, but really you can find me on TV. Yeah. You know, Brock Meyer season three will be coming out in the in the spring with tawny. And she is quite amazing. She is dope dope. So please check her out. I wish I can give you some spoilers because there was some funny shit. Go. We have a document that literally is like ask Tani about this. Once you can talk about it after it airs. It's literally our document. We can't wait some wild shit. We can't wait is. It's just a pleasure. Yeah. We get into some of these issues a little bit on the lighter side, but night, we still get into them. And. Yeah. So that's that. Just look IMDB just watch all the most shows. The best way to do it. I thanks so much. All right. Thank you. And I am going to put a plug in like, I hope I hope I can come back and talk to have a show. That's all about race on Hulu that will be producing directed in the next month, or so awesome. Starring la- mourn as soon as you can talk about please come back. So just keep don't wait to subscribe to Hulu until the show comes out which you'll hear about soon. Yeah. That's the plug in plug. All right. Thanks, guys. Remember how to get back into into Altro? Just like that the cover back. We did great. Was great. This was great. We wanna think some people. Oh my gosh. I wish I had like very sweet end of Christmas special music playing under this. Okay. To do it. Why? So minor. Back bad, your homing, sheep back. That's the the from the perspective of the sheep. Okay. Christmas sheep answer the Christmas. She we don't hear enough of their respective of the sheep. Yup. The best part of the Nativity. Yeah. Manger? Fuck was I saying thank. Yes. Cards against humanity has been our podcasting home for this afternoon us, this lovely lovely studio. Beautiful studio. It's so amazing. And thank you to Alex Cox who has engineered us out of the goodness of their heart. And then thank you to L. It's Kleiner who works in this building. And just kind of hung around and helped us get some coffee, and who wrote are amazing theme music. Yes. Alex Kleiner is. So multi talented that not only did he write our theme music. Not only does he write comedy for cards against humanity. He's also going to be one of our guests on the live show tomorrow. So I can't if you're in Chicago, please come by seven PM, Chicago theater works. It's going to be so fun. And again, you can see how cracked out all Andrew is. Yeah, we're both doing we're both doing bad and Wednesday night. We so at the time of listening to this. It's still be tonight. Or maybe you're listening to this later. I don't know your life. What I'm saying is Wednesday height. Andrew, and I really went nuts and planned like an epic meal and cocktail situation. Right. 'cause I deeply miss my food seen here in Chicago, Chicago, honestly, just run around to a bunch of restaurants. You might find. Honestly, if you are anywhere in the west loop like we're going to be rambling around on there. And I know it's gotten Dushi now..

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"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"I wasn't actually I I know we're we're running long already, but I was actually going to say like mo-, do you have any like a does it feel like like, well, two things one is that I wanted to say like I love Atlanta because it is like to me the most actually integrated big city I've ever been in like even cities that have a lot of different races. You're like, you know, New York is somehow so segregated by class and LA is so segregated by the ten. That's a just perfect L H O. Just look it up. Perfect LA Jojoy. But does does does working in Atlanta and working? I mean and just kind of like what feels like a sort of diversity, boom. Do you feel any of that? Or do you have any like, oh, I mean, you know, it's hard for hard not to feel it when you're black and you come from somewhere else when you've been somewhere else for so long and you come to Atlanta. And you realize like, yo, it's you know, everywhere else. I don't you know, there's this perception that you only find black folks in poor neighborhoods. Yeah. You know? And I think when you come to Lanta, you find them everywhere, and because one they should be allowed everywhere. Yeah. But that's like that should be baseline normal. And the fact that every all of us are like oh shit. This is notable. And this is a nice restaurant. Yeah. Oh shit. And there's black people not working. So it's yeah. It's kinda dope. And I and I kind of put it on like the apple store like New York. And you go to the store how many black tech. So you talking to. Yeah. You go to the store. How many black techs are you talking to? So something as forward thinking as we think apple is like, yeah. I still don't see a lot of diversity. When I go into the store and other cities. Yeah. Yeah. So you said something outside, and we're waiting to get into the studio that I wanted to bring up about black people feeling like they can be anywhere because sometimes we, you know, as much as we don't want to admit, it, we tend to self segregate a little bit because of a nice restaurant opens in a super white neighborhood or just looks kinda like just like some, you know, white people gentrified boring ask food a lot of times, we just won't go 'cause we'll be like arm really see us in there. Whereas you said that here in Atlanta, like if something opens up like everybody goes to it. And it's like feels like we can all be wherever. Yeah. Well, you know, I mean like, you think of the history of Atlanta, and you think of like. Civil rights movement. You think but all these other things also you got to the HP us here as far as Morehouse and Spelman. So there's a. There is an ingrained thing. Landa about there's an ingrained thing about entitlement and feeling like what? I can't. Yeah. No. And if you think I can't oh now, I really gotta do. Yeah. So and I think that's part of the DNA of Atlanta. And yeah, so it doesn't really matter. What I also like is that you can find establishments here that feel predominantly black. Go win feels predominately, but they're going to be like white table over here. Yeah. You know, just a mix of folks in that still be predominantly black. And I feel like there's a thing where here where people just accept what it is. Yeah. Even if you racist you like, I still got to go to get crickets. Yeah. The flip side did what you just said. Tony is like. Interesting too. Because it yeah. Yeah. Or like sort of tagging that it's like not just is it like a black folks and kind of clearly people call it weren't very fancy very fancy mall right now. And it was like yo there's middle upper mill pod people have every color. But also like, I think I think the flip side of that is like you see less self segregation from white folks, you see like might folks have to accept that. Like, yeah. Part of the like cultural fabric of the city is is black shit. And and you don't you. I mean, I guess with food blogs you start to see a little bit of that in LA 'cause there's always table white people anywhere you go. Okay. All right..

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"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"Nice. When a company has all the vowels in its name. I feel like there's such a trend where like every it'd be like thing. But there's no, I know a, and it's just like you're supposed to know. Children are gonna grow up not knowing how to spell. No. It's just who needs vowels fuck vials. But while fan, you're cool. Not a cold open. It's a room temperature. Yeah. Because it media beautiful fall autumn day here in Atlanta, Atlanta, Georgia, and we have our first native Atlantan on the pie. Well, that's probably not true. We probably had other native Atlantans we recorded them in LA that doesn't feel right now. Right. So what should we say? We think we should say we have we're graced with director filmmaker producer king. Marable king Merrill. That's how I just roll. Absolutely big plaque mo- that explains the big pla- what's that plaque four? But I didn't want. I thought it'd be polite task it's rude. Ask people about their plaque unless they've told you to that's true. I just wanted people touch him. I play rush. They gotta ask. They can't be invading your space mo- you live here in Atlanta. Most of the year, I do at least half the year more than half of the year. Yeah. Man. I moved to Atlanta about a year and a half ago wasn't good. How and you're from here though. Right, technically. No. I went to college here. Okay, savannah. My folks were military, we traveled as kids, you know. Okay. Dad retired and Savannah Georgia and with high school in savannah, okay? And you know, when you live in a small town wherever the big city is in that state is your goal. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Trying to level up trying to level up. I'm from Detroit. In the exactly that way. Yeah. Near detroit. An hour away from San Francisco skill y'all got the bait thing you can just say often the bay area. I can't even really claim that my shit was like, you know, like the quiz does outside of Napa. I like it landed. Oh, good high and tell people a little bit about like what you're doing down here. What you do in general? I guess I gave you the intro. But you know. What do I do in Atlanta? What do you do man? I, you know, fucking TV shows hell yet. Yes. I do know don't show. Yeah. I'm getting all hardcore. Yeah. Fucking show. Make TV shows, and you know, the truth is I didn't move to Atlanta to thinking I was going to be hit working. You know, we moved here because we had a kid late in life. She is now four her name is Mia Pearl. She's kinda dope and fly fresh, and I'd already raised one son in New York City. And I was like I'm not doing that out. And I'm old can't walk as much as I you know. So it was like all my friends who grew up in New York their parents seem so tired unless there's a super rich. Parents are the most tired because they're just like, yeah. We raised goddamn teenagers in goddamn, New York City. You gotta fight just to walk to the train. Yeah. Fight to the data. And so we just were like, and you know, and bless my wife. I'm always gone. I'm always on the road. And it was like some gotta give Br either either either. We don't work to find a place that works and both our family lives in Atlanta. Like, yeah. Let's just move home. This go back to folks get some support. And you know, when I got here, I was like so much shit going on the industry has just blossomed here. It's crazy. How many things film down here? So you're really able to make a living working down here..

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"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"Chatting and like drinking beers in the studio. He is a wonderful director of TV and some film and stuff and he was my director for the season of Brock Meyer. He's directed. Almost every episode of Brock Meyer is it. Great cool do work with and I just wanted to say that like he is someone who for TV directors a lot of times, I feel like the tendency is they don't get a ton of like quote power over the context that tends to be more like the EPA and the show runner and seven the directors like technical position. But mo- has such a good I and like the respect on that set for him is so huge that he, you know, he's a part of those conversations, and it was just a real treat to get to work with themselves. Glad he came in to talk to us about this wild bullshit. It was so awesome. And yeah, he he's so fucking charming and smart, and you know, and also we're doing this is going to be our full the first entirely non LA podcast 'cause we're we're in Chicago. And then we did this one in Atlanta. Yeah. The title this episode should have been. Marable? Oh, man tawny. Andrew who's the coldest boy in Chicago right now gotta be you, man. My man one hat one thin down. Boy, thin down. Jukka was the coldest in Chicago and hill are amazing sponsors wild FANG hooked me up with the only head. I I can't believe you didn't own a hat until I handed you a hat and said, look, what wild FANG gave us wing that you were going to Michigan and to Chicago. Yeah. I don't understand how live winter. No. This is probably the first time that a sponsor has literally saved a life. Oh god. Well, thank you. I already loved them because they sent me some cool clothes that just like fit the way that I like things to fit. I like, I don't know if this is the right term, but I like a slightly and drowsiness cut with a feminine feel is that what we say. Why don't I read their copy there, a feminist fashion brand that's here to take down the patriarchy? Just committed to giving back their female founded woman run they're offering gender. Smashing styles that borrow from the boys. So yeah, I think that's what I like about it. 'cause I I always have liked dressing and like suit pieces and things like that. But sometimes girly suit shit, it just looks bad on taller bodies. So I love these people.

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"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"It's worth pointing out that in Wisconsin. Kids have been suspended for kneeling during the national anthem been told that black lives matters shirts are too disruptive change them. Obviously, lots of stuff associated with quote, unquote, gangs, been not allowed. Girls have been told to change because a bra strap was showing so we don't want to know what holds those things up. Andrew. Does feel like. Free speech may be a symmetrically applied in this case interesting. Yeah. Okay. So I just looked at the bottom of this article because I'm like what what does anyone say is happening other than yeah. We all throughout the Nazi sign. So apparently, the photographer says that they were that he said wave goodbye to your parents. And so some some of them are claiming that they were waving goodbye. You know, how you wave goodbye with your here pointed out of degree home down down just slightly above horizontal. Yeah. And not laureate also know waving a little bit like those classic old movies. You know, where where the guy with the little tiny mustache keeps like waving goodbye. Everyone in front of a big crowd of people with swastikas on. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Just goodbye. Goodbye everybody, or like, you know, if you're going to try to measure something in front of you and see like how tall it is also leaning and that thing is also a burning cross. Yeah. It's you know, it's like if you're trying to get a site lied on the cross or maybe the church, abide just. For for everyone listening. Taty did. Just to illustrate the character. Tony stays in character. Work out the dump joke. I was making. So I put out visual. These guys were doing guys they were working out a bit. And they had to do it too. Yeah. I I should be their lawyers. This could not be more. Clearly, it's just like like among other things. Like, what's the premises are always like such goddamn cowards too? It's like, hey, you don't even how you don't even have the balls to be like, yeah, we're doing the Nazi thing. You got to say we were waving like fucking grow the fuck up. Yeah. At least be a Nazi on your own terms. That's Andrew cheese saying at least be a nutsy on your own terms. That's going to be some kind of like add. Yeah. Thanks. Thanks to Breitbart, original productions for God. Let me see. So this there's another quickey one dull Chen Gabbana. There was a dull thing about an ad ad campaign. Basically promoting this big fashion show. They were having in China with like a Chinese model among other things evidently, not being able to eat Italian food with chopsticks. Fence but Marco Polo, you know, we invented this shit. But you know, and and there was a big uproar about it all mainly because. There seemed to be I guess this is allegedly, but I feel fairly confident. It is what happened mainly because Dolgin got as a response to this was we were hacked, but Steph. Seem to deal with this person. Calling. You know, basically, saying China had a shit culture and who gives the fuck about Chinese people. You know, a dull chain 'gabon already has stepped in this step in many times just sort of generally Italian racist fashion be stepping in it. I feel like fashion designers are like the least funny. Beautiful people. You went to high school with that are just like beautiful, and they just wanna be whimsical..

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"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"That savings of money on this plane tickets, but when it comes to the unvetted whites and being in like like that predicament. I am from the land of that. North carolina. So that was pretty much my entire. Reality from like middle school up into like early college. Like, I definitely have two very prominent memories of being on a bus in like summer school, and like all the black kids set and the front and all the white kids set in the back. I remember writing home with my cousin one time. And we had a t shirt thorn as we opened up, and it just had nigger written across the front of it in like black ink. And like, of course, we just out the bus because we were in a position to actually do anything. But when we got off the bus, we threw rocks at the window of the bus. So that was retaliation for that. And I remember being in like soft more of college going to visit one of my friends, and they had like the way that was set up those like apartment complexes in like a little bit of like woods, separating like another block, and then like another apartment complex, and I remember sitting there with my friend, and this guy like one of her neighbors came out, and like he saw what I guess assuming one of his friends across the way in just yelled out white power. And that guy Yoda white power back. Him and my response to that. Which is getting in my car and driving home. Yeah. There's really I've been very few cases where are very few situations. Where like I knew exactly what to do because it is so shocking. Also, I was like the only black person arrested rounded by like just to see a white people. So like there's no action that I could take in. I could've taken that would never salted in me like going to jail like being ostracized or being kicked out of school, very very fucked up and being move yourself. Well, guess what? I did Nate nine win made friends with those Brown people blasting rap music shout. Josh and Manja. Brown's out in the wilderness. We love you guys. God that's all sound so stressful. I'm so sorry. We had a lovely meal other than that insta- stories the person who did the crime is not in them. So there's no risk of whatever tarnishing her life. I really don't care. But I started great time. I was trying not to let it ruin my time and it mostly didn't. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I guess for what it's worth like try not to let it ruin your time. Also, man, woolen speaking of nightmare of racism. I feel like we have the one news story that kind of is is the most, you know, dovetails off of zig story was this school district in Wisconsin is not going to punish let's say. A couple dozen white students who gave a Nazi salute in school picture on free speech grounds. And explain to me what why they were. I was in a canyon all weekend. You did they do this Neo Nazis? Sure, just racist. Like, so this is a school district. That's had tons of you know. Difficulty with in Baraboo, Wisconsin. And they they've already had, you know, the, the there's the Twitter responses spent a lot of students and honestly writing in and saying, yeah, this is a super racist school. We get white power should all the time. But yeah, the the superintendent is basically saying there's no disciplinary actions that can be taken because of free speech on free speech grounds..

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"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

Yo, Is This Racist?

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Yo, Is This Racist?

"They drove down to LA, which is really nice to them because we were burnt out on travelling, and we cooked to the house, and that was great and everyone got along seemingly. I dunno Naomi can text me later and tell me anything if any should happen that I didn't know Andy text us and tell us who you hated from thanksgiving. Tell me what wild shit happened when I was in the kitchen. But then I went out to the desert with some, friends and. I almost feel like I was like man do I need to like talk about this being like spiteful, am I just trying to like drag somebody? But then I was like, you know, maybe this can be helpful spirit of thanksgiving. Maybe this give you helpful to someone who finds himself in this situation because I feel like people call them to this show. And they're like, hey, this thing happened to me. And I wasn't sure how to respond, and you and me and some other funny person here some hot ideas on how you could have responded teacher. So this was a rare instance where I found myself having some should happen to me where I was like, I didn't know how to respond in the moment. So we go out to the desert with friends of friends, I'm in disguise, everybody's identity. So well except Nate, you know him. Husband Nate husband Nate. He has a friend who will call good friend. Nice guy. Nice guy. No problems with this. Good friend. Nice guy has a wife fine. Fine. Lady. Don't know. Well, these nicknames. I they're concise. So that's good. Okay. So fine, lady good friend. Nice guy. I've met her like twice. I don't really know her that. Well, then we have other friend who I'm gonna call cool Satan? Sure, he's got a cool tattoo of Satan. And he's just a cool RAD whether fucker so cool Satan also all find people then fine lady wife. I don't know. Well invites a friend who I've never met Nate's matter once we're just gonna call her Pam. And we're out there. And like first of all this is one of the most segregated like gender wise camping trips I've ever been on. Normally, I feel like you kind of like it doesn't matter who you hang with. But this this felt very much like the women are over here. Drinking wine, and the men are over here doing other things, and I was sort of like that's not how Nate nice friend in cool Satan roles. I feel like the women are perpetuating this trying to break that up, but it was really trying to get in good with all these people. I don't know them super well, and then like long story short, let's cut to Pam starting to say some wild shit. The first thing happened when another so we're like back in the cut in this canyon. You have to have a four wheel drive vehicle to get there. There's not a lot of people around and these other camper show up and they pull their Jeep up. And they're just like hanging out whatever you can't really see them. They start blasting like loud music, which is annoying in the wilderness. But it happens all the time near LA because everyone wants to bring the Klum the trees the club never stopped. Club never stopped LA. So these people start blasting rap music and earlier Nate had gone over there to be like, hey, you can park here, whatever. So Nate had seen these people. He's the only one so Pam pokes are little head up at the rap music and goes, wait, aren't they white? A super wild Assumpta tone that I was like do you think that why people don't listen to future? First of all. Secondly, like you seem now mad that there may be not white. So I gotta give shout out to my everyday white gold. My husband date for immediately shutting down because the second. She said that I kind of like went quiet, but Nate goes, no, they're not in what does it matter? And she just like sputtered. It was like it doesn't I I was just curious, and he was like doesn't seem important. Just like moving. I was like, yes. Good answer. Then let's cut to later when Pam and nice lady friend of a friend. I don't know what I called the other girl. Not racist. Yeah. Nice. Fred later her. Yeah. They're doing dishes and Pam with her low white girl rapper voice just I don't remember what song it was..

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"marable" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on High Noon

"So we have some fat trim that we decide, but basically to take the thirty minute lens of examination here, we'll have three to four topics in the block going forward. We'll have three to four topics in the b-block going. Forward. So they block is names. Be block is quotes to see block will be a single number every day, some number of interest and then one in closing each and we used to do, you know, basically twice that mathematically not surprising for the our show every day. So this version will be easier. But the challenge now becomes making sure that we hit be best stuff that we got. So like there's less time to discover with us time to wander, one of the things about going back. But we talked about a little bit earlier. One of the things about getting twenty topics in his show is that you will now stumble upon things that you had no idea was was good TV, and that will be often accidental, surprising, etc. And our job is to be better in anticipation. Okay. Which of these things has that sort of special upside or possibility? And so, yeah, by the time we get into the office a couple of hours before we actually sit down and the chairs to tape and get makeup. Etc. We should have something close to the show that then evolves as the time passes a news breaks and so forth. And then we're in the office discussing and reading and talking to each other about things that maybe unclear to us in terms of what's the angle with the interest, that cetera. But we're doing very little in terms of actually, like, let's write out line by line what we're gonna talk about. It's very much top of, you know what's top of mind and then just go from there. Yeah, and and it is interesting how you can love doing something and then wake up the next day and have this like terrified fear that there won't be enough to talk about, and then there always is, but it's like sport, you don't get to plan ahead. You're like, oh no, we've nothing for tomorrow, and then you wake up and you're like, whoa, that guy got traded, or that guy got hurt, or someone said this, and suddenly it all comes together and usually works out for the best or you just do another video, you know, comparing to crawfish and you're fine. That should be also stated as to like how we are different from other shows and what we seek and all that. Like we do want to diverge from sports, not a, not like a whole whole lot, but highly questionable, for instance, has I think established D'Souza Marable shows that Eric has worked on like they do videos that yeah, are about random things, but they resonate with the hosts and hopefully the audience. And so we do still wanna sprinkle in that. Now, obviously in the thirty minute form, there'll be less of that because we're doing a lot of crayfish material doing a lot of like wacky video stuff, which and fights, and we still want to do that, but it'll have to be more sort of concentrated doses gigli because we do have to serve the sports fan. I mean, as much as that is our own cliche at ESPN. Like, you know, people are not only encountering me for the first time. They may be looking to ESPN for actual information about the things they care about. And we obviously want to respect that. That's their expectation for us to. Hey, everybody don't forget to go to ESPN and apple podcasts and subscribe to. That's what she said was Sarah Spain. So you always have the latest episode. Don't forget to rate and review it as well until all your friends, how awesome it is. Now, Yep, you guessed it. I'm.

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"marable" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"So we have some fat trim that we decide, but basically to take the thirty minute lens of examination here, we'll have three to four topics in the block going forward. We'll have three to four topics in the b-block going. Forward. So they block is names. Be block is quotes to see block will be a single number every day, some number of interest and then one in closing each and we used to do, you know, basically twice that mathematically not surprising for the our show every day. So this version will be easier. But the challenge now becomes making sure that we hit be best stuff that we got. So like there's less time to discover with us time to wander, one of the things about going back. But we talked about a little bit earlier. One of the things about getting twenty topics in his show is that you will now stumble upon things that you had no idea was was good TV, and that will be often accidental, surprising, etc. And our job is to be better in anticipation. Okay. Which of these things has that sort of special upside or possibility? And so, yeah, by the time we get into the office a couple of hours before we actually sit down and the chairs to tape and get makeup. Etc. We should have something close to the show that then evolves as the time passes a news breaks and so forth. And then we're in the office discussing and reading and talking to each other about things that maybe unclear to us in terms of what's the angle with the interest, that cetera. But we're doing very little in terms of actually, like, let's write out line by line what we're gonna talk about. It's very much top of, you know what's top of mind and then just go from there. Yeah, and and it is interesting how you can love doing something and then wake up the next day and have this like terrified fear that there won't be enough to talk about, and then there always is, but it's like sport, you don't get to plan ahead. You're like, oh no, we've nothing for tomorrow, and then you wake up and you're like, whoa, that guy got traded, or that guy got hurt, or someone said this, and suddenly it all comes together and usually works out for the best or you just do another video, you know, comparing to crawfish and you're fine. That should be also stated as to like how we are different from other shows and what we seek and all that. Like we do want to diverge from sports, not a, not like a whole whole lot, but highly questionable, for instance, has I think established D'Souza Marable shows that Eric has worked on like they do videos that yeah, are about random things, but they resonate with the hosts and hopefully the audience. And so we do still wanna sprinkle in that. Now, obviously in the thirty minute form, there'll be less of that because we're doing a lot of crayfish material doing a lot of like wacky video stuff, which and fights, and we still want to do that, but it'll have to be more sort of concentrated doses gigli because we do have to serve the sports fan. I mean, as much as that is our own cliche at ESPN. Like, you know, people are not only encountering me for the first time. They may be looking to ESPN for actual information about the things they care about. And we obviously want to respect that. That's their expectation for us to. Hey, everybody don't forget to go to ESPN and apple podcasts and subscribe to. That's what she said was Sarah Spain. So you always have the latest episode. Don't forget to rate and review it as well until all your friends, how awesome it is. Now, Yep, you guessed it. I'm.

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"marable" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily

"Developed his skills under Australia's Michelin star chef, good hot folks. And the Austrian connection may be crucial to marry bowls continued gastronomic development LaRoche met Zinger is the food and restaurant critic for the Savini newspaper Dale, and he's based in malleable is too small. Only people from Maribor to to support all these arrests, many years ago as child, we always went to Austria to buy things there and everything. Now it's opposite now. Many also found found a Slovene, yeah, and especially mightier because of so close to the border. They found the city interesting. Of course, prices are a little bit cheaper then also, but this is not also present because it is nice here and because of this good gastronomy. Yeah. Buck in, Mattie, Boulder's main square. The post office band is in full swing and sash off sandwich his looking to the future where from year to year better, and I'm happy because they do have some very special good cooks. They're very creative. Also, some good, small restaurants, a good vibe. I think that our visitors happy when came to us, especially on weekends, you've also showed me some of the sites they hoping to develop in the future. And it has to be said that Marable really is a beautiful place to visit right on the banks of the river Raba with the Slovenian Alps in the background, and you're able to get a cable, Tom, all from the town onto the slips. And now, of course you can eat and drink like a king or Queen while you'll hair for

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"marable" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Gyco expect great savings and whole lot more gated Palley do your question. You give us topics that event. And we question I thought, for sure he was gonna make that pilot by Hispanic and Latin. The question was should feel bad for these independent league baseball. It's minor league baseball, but it's not single as not not triple AAA, they're independent. What do we have here guy getting hit by Fitch and what happened. The my own. Eventually charge mound, right. Up just caught him between see, that's why there is no better valiant add than trying to break up a fight because that could happen and you could get buried underneath. Wow, I that guy is laid out in a way I shouldn't be at this. I understand probably something or will your, but that guy is playing the way that suggesting police tape wrapped After around. that, that'd be a big flopper you know, I think that he is suing his suing the new for over Marable caution about three or four broken ribs, broken Jill. You know what I mean? The whole bowl of wax. I'm telling you. I've seen that before. That independently for all its marbles. You get three marble. Question. If it's. Salesman. We love the on around here. He's arrogant, cocky, swaggering the LA express need.

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"marable" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"marable" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"That there is a surplus in the road budget of almost like three hundred million dollars then you also have what they call the wheel tax which is what marable city has so it's an extra half of a cent pergallon of taxes that you pay to city of mirror of all any time that you're in marable and then the county has its blunt county where miracle liz has its own wheel tax so another half cent of taxes added to your gasoline that's supposed to pay for roads and that's on top of your property taxes so you know you're not figuring in each municipality has other taxes that don't are included in year property taxes sales taxes that are added uh sin taxes are a big thing particularly in places like ohio in tennessee and kentucky where they tax things like cigarettes alcohol and a much higher rate and local municipalities add on to those taxes and that's supposed to go to schools or you know to pay police officers are you know judges that drunk behind the bench and stuff like that there's there's also the fact that you know you could be seeing certain payers offsetting a larger portion of the burden may be the people with the more expensive properties for instance are the ones that are really footing the bill for a good chunk of the services which means that lower income people are just paying the interest on the loans that the city took out and that means that you're not really pay pang what those services are costing perhaps but go ahead you were trying to say something there so please do what will give you like if you're thinking of yep the next up some communities don't have uh the government pick up the garbage like than looking immunity it's private let's just say i don't like hacked is right so let's just say outta my taxes they just a a off the problem i have i don't know if it cost three hundred dollars a year per per household or a fourth no one percent him i don't know whatever and then so get you really shake a private company called all companies will come in and compete in be cheaper than if you force everybody to fish for.

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