17 Burst results for "Martin Black"

"martin black" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

05:51 min | 4 months ago

"martin black" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"Daryl right in there amongst the list with a lot of other guys i mean don was a riff message general to just pick up his act stuff rolling down with these crazy risks of boy. I know it has stellar song. I'm like oh well that's pretty cool. You know he. He was one of a kind. It was definitely a one time. Then you mentioned tonio me You know you a lot of records with sabbath and different different eras of sabbath to you know even starting with the tony martin era What was it like working with those guys and you have any particular stories that you can share about your time with them. Well you know when we came in it was like in like on the forbidden record and the earliest stuff which visit johnny marr. Nara and Ernie see from body count produce the forbidden record which is little known fact. A lot of people don't know that yet and that's probably the eternal idol is probably my favorite toni. Martin black sabbath iraq because nothing is better than the shining a lorry right to good one. But tony Tony was great. You know you know when we did this with with ronnie that with better and You know we've obviously worked sabbath with ozzy you know and that was great and we reviewing the reissue right now for technical ecstasy. You know i know. And i mean it's a four cd set and i literally just got the audio today and like before he jumped on this goal. That's what i was listening to my dude. I haven't even heard it yet. I'm like i. Don't listen to this. And i got through like you know i mean the first disc is the remastered version. Like all right. I've i've read technical ecstasy like millions on so i don't need to listen to that right now. I got to like the steve. Wilson mixes and wide stop. And i'm like so good if it is so good you know. Band is just so unique in every sense of the words where tony does what he does. He does what he does sodas. He does what he does and they just phenomenal..

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"martin black" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

HORSES IN THE MORNING

05:39 min | 5 months ago

"martin black" Discussed on HORSES IN THE MORNING

"I shoot these events and shows they can Just doing some dating it to make it easier for delivery. But that'll be back up and running soon kelly. Is there anything that you want to add today before we sign off. Sure i just Wanted to say thank you to you guys for having me on and i look forward to go into texas and Love this channel and love hearing about the different things new things in the industry and happening. And what have you so thank you for for having me. That was a really fascinating kind of a preview. I'm really curious i want to. I want to attend that one because taking pictures of horses is fun but taking really amazing consistent. Pictures of horses is really hard. Yes those listening. It is truly a career. I mean you can definitely make fulltime many on it part time money on it. All the horror shows need them. you know. there's all these people these big barnes at once sales shots. I mean it just goes on and on. There's a lot of opportunity for photographers. And if nothing else Taking advantage of that particular seminar within the c. h. a. conference could be of great use for you personally because if if the pictures that you put up on social media and on your website if you sell horses if you have a string of horses that use us for Lessens the better. They're done the better. They're going to work as your marketing tools. That's for sure simple as that. Well that was really good. And i am so excited now to have weighed black on our show next wade was born on the stampede ranch in nevada and grew up writing with the buckle ruse at a very young age he was rope and moving cows and working with the cowboys on the ranch that was managed by his dad martin black. He then moved to idaho where he helped his dad's start colts. He wrote in high school. He became a state at a national high school rodeo. Contender weighed then earned a rodeo scholarship in saddlebronc riding at montana state university where he got his bachelor's in equine science and a masters in equine nutrition he then spent some time in kentucky training racehorses then he went to texas and trains some cutting horses and then he was different cow camps in both idaho and oregon way is currently the director of the equine program at treasure valley community college in ontario oregon and it offers equine science equine business force production and training degree. He lives in holmdale idaho with his wife and their three children. Wade we are so excited to have you on the show today before we jump right in into letting folks know all about you. Tell us a little bit about where you live. You're right on the border of oregon and idaho right Yep yep by route. Fifty miles west of boise and actually i teach in ontario oregon which is about thirty miles from my house. And i'm just coming down the mountain from oregon We're we're running some cows and so yeah we just yet right on the corner there. Yep i am so glad that we were able to get you on today. How did it all go this morning with the cows. It's one of those deals thinking alarm. I set my alarm for four and it said it for four pm instead.

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"martin black" Discussed on The Black Ones

The Black Ones

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"martin black" Discussed on The Black Ones

"For some advice. This is for the guys your guys listen listen to this shit. All right, you get with a lady named get together and shit seen at the club. Love at first sight seeing it for weeks on in finally you get with her. Oh shit, you excited lady. You've been looking at every week every time you go out you see her of y'all give eye-to-eye new finally you get together, right? You're fucking shit. All that good. Wow, fuck again. And again, then you move in together. You're all excited and shit the lady you mean look at it for like a last five years, you know you finally with her you're excited. So now you moved in with her, but then you start seeing some signs and shit. She starts to get mad because you coming in late from hanging out with the homies cuz you at her place talk about were in the fuck you bitch all this shit not trusting you when that starts to happen. Those are red flags because it's going to get worse as long as you keep going out with the homies. It's going to get worse. But yet you're still with the girl of your dreams, which come to find out wage. A whole new animal when you move in with her, so just want to tell you guys so when that day comes when she starts to argue with you when she goes to the kitchen and she starts throwing knives with your ass get the fuck out ended don't stay get the fuck out. Don't try to reconcile guys get the fuck out because if she threw knives at your ass because you looked at another girl just think if you were to talk to another girl, she might end up pulling a Lorena Bobbitt on your ass and cut your dick off while you sleep. I mean that ain't funny but hey Josh it happen. I don't care if she's your last resort. You'll be homeless dead get the fuck out run. It sucks. But run if you got some female friends from the past and it texts, you you go take a shit. You hear somebody going through your home you come out of the bathroom. She confronts you she's actually got the person on the phone. Then you have to explain to her. It's an old friend. She fucking throws your phone against the wall. She cracks it and she break. Run and don't look fucking back again. It doesn't matter if that's the girl of your dreams. You've been looking at it for two years and you finally got with her, but she ain't worth of dudes whether you going to be homeless or not long run and don't look back end it right there. The pussy was good this time to go tomorrow. Love story guys and insecure bitch is not worth it. No matter how fine she is. Okay on to the next Ipsy This right here is a sketch from my comedy sketch show the black ones Larry rubber or in a crowded hair salon sitting into tears getting your hair did having nice Barbershop chatter that becomes polarizing to us making clients uncomfortable. But then I realize it's not what they were thinking can't believe all this black shit that's going on. Yeah. What do you mean? Everywhere, I look black black black black black black everywhere else. I know what you mean. Now, it's like the fucken. Okay Corral on there man on T, you know everywhere I look just like black this black belt black jellybeans off active and I'm scared even fucking jaywalk. So what's the best way of getting all this black shit off of my hands Robert picks up his hands. What? Do you know Jacob Martin Black Ink, the busted pin lays in his lap. There's ink everywhere as the clients look on feeling so down real stupid for thinking it was a racist thing, but Larry quickly as a solution about Smart Hub. No, you're right. Why don't is always the cure for blackness. You're right for a guy who's only addicted to black jellybeans moral to this story. Don't over a silver pack is for those people out there that need to get their mouths worked on teeth extracted and shit facial reconstruction. All that wage canals Dentures what you want to call this right now is a time to get it done. Y'all need to take advantage of this shit right now people because we're going to be wearing these masks about another year. It's cool to have all your teeth extracted right now walk around walk them off for about 4 months ain't nobody gonna know you got a mask on right now. It's all about your eyes. This all people care about right now is the eyes from the top of your nose to the bottom of your chin. Nobody gives a fuck about Iraq. What color match you got? That's about it. This is perfect time right now gone up to any man facial reconstruction if I could get it done. Now the way things are going right now. Nobody might not ever see the bottom half of anybody's face off. For what for YouTube us a nose bucket, you scared right now to have reconstructive surgery because you don't know what you know is going to be like Rocketman get it done by the time you take that mask off and you have brand-new fucking knows that'd be some funny shipping foot of virus every other teacher you had a gap. You need a chipped teeth all between your mouth gums all fucked up brown and at the time photo karona, like I said your friends still are sorry for you and ship looking at your mouth every day a shame that y'all go to functions and shit, you're scared to show your mouth off in a sheer mouth. But you ignore them. You knew there was to be a time where you can get that shit fixed and Bam the corona comes were the mass has now become mandatory and then during that time you decide to go get your mouth fixed, but you don't tell your friends, but you gotta wear that mass every day. So now you talk to your friends every single day not going out there still a superhuman that's mouth is fucked up. Finally The Mask comes off. You got brand new mouth. Like what the fuck you had a year to get your shit fixed. Don't forgot Dentures gums are bright red didn't even know the fuk he was doing but you got a brand new mouth now and you got to do it on the slide. You didn't have to worry about everybody Ogle in your mouth and suck all the girls and everything in your mouth. Nobody could tell so it's cool because all everybody was worried about was a top of your nose Ridge, you know doesn't matter what you do underneath that mask. Nobody cares as they say what happens on a mass stays under the mask. I'll fucking this the best time getting fight right now fuk it who cares if you get your ass beat up busted lip booking y'all missing teeth. Nobody fucking cares. Anybody will know you walk around people like 8 months people don't even know that shit. They see with the Macon. Damn. You look great by the way underneath the mass you got huge ass lips. Plus it all stitched up job broken, like four places benja's all up and shit. Nobody even know. Yeah people take advantage right now and that's more or less if you're insecure, but you look, you know, some people might not care but it does suck. So if you get a job I can't hide that shit. You just gotta look fucked up because if you have to get reconstructive surgery done to the top half your face or I don't know that shit go try to get a job interview hail may come in our place. But if you have reconstructive surgery on the bottom half your face with a mask and you'll get a job. I'll share their how are you in a heartbeat shit. So the point all this Mass do have their own now. It's on to the next. To talk about is I was watching the movie called My All American it was biographical Sports flick about Freddie Joe Steinmark. He was a football player that went to University of Texas and died of a rare bone cancer. The interesting thing about the story is the Dilemma. He was put in Boone ask you a question. If you're asking another wife male to female develop cancer, you know, you were together for a couple of years or more and you two started to build a future together one was planning to move with the other already started transferring left their career and another town to be with you, you know just major changes, but somehow one develop cancer and.

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"martin black" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"martin black" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"About reputation matters and I'm convinced those words are GonNa appear at some point in the show but he's like what are you reading there goes John Carter I really love pulps and you know it's kind tough to kind of see yourself not in the books but I still like being taken away to another world, I'm like this feels like a Martin blurred talking about his problems reading books that don't represent him because I feel blurts nowadays really. Feel like, I can read something or watch thing about white people and I'm not in it and I'm like what I'd rather you do an all white show, an all white comic then try to force black people in there and butcher like yeah or even more than that again, the basic level and this is what like a white writer would never even imagine understands like okay when I was like eleven year old black kid Ren- sci-fi stuff like I would just imagine the characters were black. Like like even if the like if the old there'd be one line on the first page about how so it? So as you know red hair or whatever. But like you know I would imagine that the characters were black and me like they and like the writer of the show like didn't really understand that like I wasn't clamoring for you know representation because especially in books and movies is. Certainly different but in books like this was not I don't really add this issue I would just I 'cause I make the characters myself but I'm going to say in his defence that a lot of the black people that he probably reads or is around our whatever 'cause lobbies Martin black riders over the Mary Sue or the Blackpool data you they don't do that. So I think he's probably. is capturing a sentiment that a lot of modern black blurred. Have they know where they want they want to black version spiderman badly they want black this black vet and and beloved race bent characters and that's why I feel like the writers themselves probably didn't change that because I think that's a very comic book thing to again like comic books. That's movies. That's how people talk about very. Very. Very very presences and I felt the same thing with the scene where he was talking about on the creation of niggers that poem he is talking to Courtney Vance Vance's character, and it's felt. So I'm taking Kens. Favorite word presents here where his guy he pulls out lovecraft and it's not flowing from the script is very inserted in the widow causes it was worse it was straight from the book and even worse in the book. Says he says Hey lovecraft. Yeah. I. Remember I used to love reading this stuff and my dad made me read this poem to kind of get me out of reading pulp which again physical brain Martin thing where your parents read books and stuff like. Not read this stuff and he maybe read this poem and he says this line that just feels so a fake where it goes but I feel like what you what you enjoy is like relationships you can't choose who you love. You know you gotta take all the imperfections and I also come on who's GonNa really talk that way. That's a modern like this guy staying alive, the segregated Jim Crow and lynching guys biggest concern how to how to rehabilitate his fantasy novels that. I do like that. They included that because that's the kind of pushback against the the you know the blurred status quo where you know everything has to be perfect at the start before the book is even published or else like is well now I don't know if that's necessarily blurred that's more why a twitter that will like share destroy a book before but..

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"martin black" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"martin black" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"I got 805 What's up? Morning Ritual. Gary Lewis canIs Tee am 7 90 Tucson's most Stimulating talk. Thank you so much. For hanging out tree things I think you needed to know. Number one. Is the fact that the mayor of Phoenix Cake Diego caught lying again last week told CNN We are rationing care in Arizona and Banner came out the statement. We're not rationing care, and every other hospital came out with the same thing. Well, Then she goes on news 12 and ABC 15 up in Phoenix and says We're running out of morgue capacity of Brazel Hospital running out of people, you know places to put dead people. A brazen comes out and says We're actually at adequate capacity. We're fine. So I mean, it's just the scaring that's going to scare tactics. And where is Ah, Where's deuce? He will talk about do she coming up, too? Because the picture has come out about him. Second thing I think you need to know is the Redskins have said We're getting rid of the mascot. And the name. We're done with Redskins. No idea. We're going to call ourselves We're going to get rid of that as well. So good luck with that. Third thing. I think you need to know you think it's all about teachers safety your rights. Just the news dot com reports. The teachers union says schools cannot reopen. Unless charter schools get shut down, police or two funded Medicare for all comes out wealth tax and a federal bailout. And you want to teach the kids, huh? Three things I think you need to know. So we have all that. So now let's get the latest story of Ah, we're not really that racist America because we really were not. There's always gonna be racism. It's always going to be that way. But I mean, again last week it was. I mean, look, you got justice may let you have the NASCAR driver. What's his name? Bubba Bubba Wallace, who claims he saw a noose It was put there. Was put there back in October. Nobody you can use the garage was a freaking poulet was a pole down for garage door. We had the the Hispanic man in Oregon that was running for office. Said he had a bunch of letters. They were racist towards him, and it turned out he wrote himself and he was going with sympathy vote. So we have that. And now here we go. A black student in Texas A and M Said he got a bunch of racist note put on his car. Oh, yeah. I mean, it's It's just too much right. It's off. This is terrible Bunch of racist notes put on the car. He put them there himself. Yep. Isaiah Martin Black lives matter. Activists at Texas A and M university tweeted out a picture of his vehicle with letters on the window. He put the windshield, the windshield wipers, and they put something underneath. It was letters. He said in the Tweety took a picture of his car with the letters on the windshield. And he wrote, I Hate it Here, Y'all Still Don'tthink and Emma's racist hashtag racism AT T A. M U Texas and M University. Do you feel? Racism at TMU feels like Whatever that means. Yeah, Well, I I don't I don't know. Let's let's go to the story. Is this just came out over the weekend in Texas. A and M police, a student who reported racist notes placed them there himself. K B T x T. V on Thursday Give it a report saying police in Texas A and M University, said a student reported finding racist notes on his car windshield last month may have placed the papers there himself. He denies this. He says. They're called police Wednesday afternoon, he found 300 notes on his card. It's all lives matter. You don't belong here. Third note, said the N word. Coroner's report. He parked his car at his apartment. Just after 11 AM, walked two into a nearby apartment 90 minutes later came out. That's when he found the papers. Rain when he found the papers. Police said in the report. There was no nearby camera to clearly show what happened. But there was surveillance video from a nearby pool camera that showed a couple of people walking your barns car during the time frame, But they were only neither car for a few seconds each. Around 12:55 p.m. This guy Isiah Martin is seen on the video walking back to his car. Police run their report. Martin immediately walks to the passenger side of his vehicle, but does not open any doors. Martin is seen toward the front of his vehicle. A brief white speck, a scene about mid torso of Martin, moving toward his other vehicle are moving towards vehicle. Another white speck is seen near his chest area. These are the Notes. Mart is then seen stepping back and under the sidewalk in front of his vehicle, most likely taking photos and videos. He then approaches his vehicle again of the past aside, remains there for a few moments. Isn't seen walking around in front of his vehicle enters the driver's door drives away. Was there for a minute, 15. He said it was difficult to distinguish any characteristics of the suspect the video but based on video evidence, nor the person had enough time to place the messages on his car other than himself. Other than himself. Other people have walked past his vehicle word hidden for more than five seconds, and they would have had to reach over the hood to place the notes. The police said he was the only person with enough time to place the notes on his car. He got caught..

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"martin black" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"martin black" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Rhona Martin black Republicans who know what the hell they're talking about if you want to know the truth if you want us to dissect the Obama economy your record will win the debate thank you thank you very much all right so that's a that's radar Jackson who is the presidency over on organizational Raynard Jackson and associates is described as a GOP consultant here's a a pastor Darrell Scott who testified yesterday before the house Judiciary Committee this is a courtesy of C-SPAN gradient I want to begin by stating that the prospect of the funding N. or dismantling police forces across the country as one of the most unwise it responsible proposals by American politicians in our nation's history that makes absolutely no sense at all at least to me I believe it is nothing short of the politicizing of current social events and the effort to garner votes during this election season I also believe that it's a reactionary measure that can and will result in short and long term damage to American society particularly in our inner city and urban communities so there's a couple of voices that the mainstream media probably not too enamored with Israeli some other breaking news that I want to do I want to bring you up to date on Dr Debra birch the president's coronavirus response coordinator warned the nation's governors this week on a conference call that seventy corona virus testing sites I had been destroyed among the widespread protests in the wake of the death hi George Floyd I'm speaking of corona virus the organization for economic cooperation and development said yesterday a second round of cold infections could cripple the global economy's recovery from the worst recession that we've had in nearly a century the OECD expects the world economy to shrink by six percent this year and then a rebound by five point two percent next year if a second wave doesn't materialize this is again a very complicated proposition the president is on record as saying we're going to have a great year in twenty twenty one as things start to re open as we start to rebound but of course everyone's keeping a wary eye on on code good nineteen here the president said about the economy next year yesterday and I think that the economy will be next year will be maybe the best of seven you can already see it with the stock market has been going up because of a lot of smart people that are betting on exactly what I'm saying the stock market is almost the size it was prior to the playing floating in from China aims of playing that floated in from China now the of course we've seen thousands and thousands of people take to the streets anger rage and understandable passion not understandable Israeli is burning down buildings and tearing down statues and destroying property that is that's criminal and normal people understand that normal people don't go on CNN and say well you know it's just property to to a Korean grocery store owner who spent it was a couple that I was reading about in LA forty years of their life being good stewards of their community to have their grocery store burned to the ground with no means of of of bouncing back that's not protest that's not discourse that's not a conversation that's just violence and and may have and that's not that's not America it's just not but with these protesters comes this big concern I mean I I listen we've all been watching and saying wait a minute what about covert nineteen what happens to the thousands and thousands of people standing shoulder to shoulder protesters the death of George Floyd but Dr Anthony Fauci addressed it this week on Good Morning America here's what he said to George Stephanopoulos yes I mean the most important thing unfortunately the report of the national guardsmen being inspected is certainly disturbing but it is not surprising the issue of physical separation is important masks can help but it's masks plus physical separation and we get congregations like we saw with the demonstrations as we have said myself and other health officials that's taking a risk and unfortunately what we're seeing now is just an example of the kinds of things we were concerned about so I wouldn't be surprised that members of the congregation that what they're demonstrating could also be impacted and many of them would then go back to where they were because not everyone was demonstrated in the city where they live they come from the outside so it's the kind of things that we're concerned about and unfortunately we're seeing it come true right now it's a giant concern and we we gotta be.

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"martin black" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"martin black" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Music Benny Goodman from me L. one Benny Goodman trio and the Columbia label and this particular album recorded to benefit Fletcher Henderson who was ailing at the time in the early nineteen fifties the personnel included looming Garrity on trombone Buck Clayton a trumpet any certain ski I'm basing John Smith and guitar recorded at the make believe ballroom program hosted by Martin black the station W. any W. in April of nineteen fifty one we heard tunes including rose aroma for starters and honeysuckle rose phone that I found a new baby and very nice version of the PC thing the one o'clock jump we're gonna recordings that Lester young made on the Latin label leave performances and students in middle Tennessee state you can look that up on the internet thanks again for listening to entertainment today Amgen clinic your host going up till noon classic jazz swing and a bit of blues and music calendar coming up as well we'll go now to recordings made by Benny Goodman back in the early nineteen fifties with his trio and these recordings were made to the free the medical expenses of Fletcher Henderson who would send been so instrumental in the early success of the Goodman orchestra with his orchestrations and.

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"martin black" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

10:17 min | 2 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Your sincerity is is still trying to get in touch with the right to talk about the you the stats on gun shows and the data you mentioned David I've what I've been able to find online right now is it it's extremely low it's lower than traditional gun sales at gun stores the number of guns used it can in the commission of a crime that are traced back to a gun show and this show again there is no quote gun show loophole here people need to understand that there's no gun show loophole every gun sold at the actor center at the gun show there has to go through background checks of anybody's worried about a gun show loophole it doesn't exist now you would think that Tammy so you're not being a responsible member of the legislative bodies account commissioner would have called and asked some questions of the organizer of the show she has not done that now we got rex back what is in David hold on because I want to go back to what rex in earlier rex a lot of people calling in about this question was asked by color Davis and how many guns can be traced to gun shows that are in a crime you mentions test six earlier and I want to get him I want to get them again from you so if you if you explain those numbers yeah when when they find a gun that has been involved in a crime the old staff were less than two percent had originated from a gun show now that was stats from the nineteen nineties now my fondest inform me the other day he was actually doing an interview and Knoxville at Argonne Cheryl and he said that the day that that has lived down two point eight percent not even one percent of guns involved in crime come from a gun show so the amount of guns that come from a gun show that end up in a crime is really not even worth talking about if this fellow my new and there and and again you guys have every gun that is sold has to go through a background check absolutely yes and I and that's not even you know as we were talking that's not even federal law but that that's required at the facility in Memphis in your one other thing that you said earlier and I just wanna make this very clear your gas is in total sales per gun show in Memphis is we're in the millions of dollars in sales and all that is taxed absolutely in the millions of dollars and yeah the sales tax revenue if if you ate and and we I I'm I already know the answer this but for people who just joined us so they understand you found out about you being basically banned from the Agra center after being a a they they wanted you to expand your gun shows what a year ago two years ago is that correct yeah I love the year the two ago they were asking us to add more shows and we were basically telling them that you know the market already had had enough with the six or seven that we were doing and then of course you out today I literally just found out about the eighteen I think that's tomorrow morning so this this is just not the way we're supposed to do things in America where where are you right now in the country so people understand that no one told you about this you found out through the grapevine today I called you say can you come on the show they're shutting you down where are you I'm north of pain with city Missouri about an hour and a half at my farm were basically a cell phone doesn't even hardly work so I was very very thankful for the opportunity to first of all get cell service and to get in touch with you and no one from the county commission asked you to come in present your side of things no they did not and we certainly would have loved to have had that opportunity and no one called you and asked you about the economic impact from the county commission all absolutely not no and and and you've already been banned from the center they're refusing to rent the building to next year even at this legislation has not passed yet yes they I was informed in October that we would not be extended contract a woman twenty unbelievable all right rex thank you I just want to clarify that but it but again less than two percent you're saying of guns sold at gun shows can be traced back to the gun show they were commissioned a crime absolutely yeah it's the it's the it's literally at the low end benefits the mall it is not even topic hardly even work with got the all right rex and again the show I I love I love that I'm promoting the competition here makes me laugh I thought the show was the fort the last show the average of that be allowed is the fourteenth and the fifteenth of this month and then you guys are banned after that that is correct that amazing thank you rex I appreciate it we'll talk soon five three five nine seven three two David I want to go back to her when he said there get your reaction to that well I mean I suspect it is a very low number but it's good to have actual hard data that they look this is this is a bit of that and this is the cost that it's costing you it is not even I wouldn't even say the benefit because the presumption that without a gun show those crimes would not have happened is is lacking at best I mean the if a criminal what the gun he's going to go out and find a way to get it done but that doesn't bring another very the criminals it did commit the crime against me both of them or can well one of them is a convicted felon the other was too young to buy a gun and they easily got their guns in the black market thanks for the idea that removing that small percentage of crime that can be traced back to a particular activity that that's going to get rid of that crime it is a violation over do it start with but there's another statistic that is that is very poorly track that's because it's hard to track and that is the website of that and that is how many weapons purchased at this gun show over the course of the year have prevented crying or have stopped serious injury or death from happening and that's very hard to trace because as you know the vast majority of time that a weapon is used defensively it is never fired the presence of a weapon is usually sufficient to protect the holder not always but usually so there's millions of defensive uses of weapons that are never reported or at least recorded as such in can be traced back anymore yeah eight point thank you Sir good to talk to you five three five nine seven three to leave your on the Ben Ferguson show hello how are you doing much sooner good Sir how are you I'm good and the you know the guy that just got off the phone with you and then you he was talking about the statistics yes crime two minutes from guns purchased a gun show yes numbers this is argument because not all the guns that are purchased at a gun show are from the sellers there are registered to the gun show there are individuals walking around selling guns our own their own hi you know what guns what gun show of you been to where you see this a lot of this activity you're describing because any gun it is sold inside that building goes through the background check from the dealer there is incorrect well I get which gun show have you been to where you witness this well because I think you're talking about sending you you've heard about income by ya land of being of anti gun world in reality this is not happening well now that ex bachelor false I bought a nine millimeter at the gun show from individual with no background check white white where did you do this in the parking lot no in fact again so you can't do it from anywhere inside the gun show well I guess I should believe my learners well I I I guess you're or you're just lying in making it up no no I'm telling you you're lying because I eat there is a gun show the liberals say there's a gun show loophole that loophole was taking care of at the actors centre literally years ago every single gun sold at the gun show has to go through a background check okay can you bring a gun into the ground so yes I think you can bring one and I'd have to ask rex rex after the you bring one is right and yeah I've been to many of them and what they do is they lock the slide back with a plastic sack correct and you carry your gun in no there's nobody collecting information now let me say this so you're talking about you're talking about you're talking to individuals selling and buying and selling a gun on the black market is what you're describing hello to Martin black but I'm standing in front of the the center if you were going to one of the tables okay if you were going to one of the tables Lee you cannot buy a gun from somebody without going through a background check that's what I'm talking about now if you want to be a shady person and go around buying guns on the black market which is why I go to a gun show to do that because you have to buy it from those people there and you have to have a background check that's on you I mean I just buy one on the black market maybe that's what you wanna do you wanna be a shady guy that didn't register your weapons I'm not in favor of guys like you being at okay what I'm saying I'm what I'm saying is is you're you're you're right you're responsible gun owner they deliberately decided to go around the wall no I'm the graduations you bought a gun on the black market good job five three five nine seven three two five three five nine seven three two one eight hundred four seven four nine seven three two eight seven Ferguson show don't be likely by the way that's what shading it sounds like right there so bent Ferguson show six.

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"martin black" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"martin black" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"martin black" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"martin black" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin black earth. Rising is a fictional thriller about the modern repercussions of the nineteen ninety four genocide in Rwanda it debuts on Netflix today. But it was a co production with BBC two and aired on British TV last year NPR, TV critic, Eric. Duggan says the series offers a compelling look at an atrocity many Americans may never have fully understood if you know, British actress Micaela coal mostly for her charming off the wall performance in the sitcom chewing gum, you're in. For a jarring impressive surprise. Cole has transformed herself from awkward wise cracking comic into a hardened damage. Trauma survivor for black earth rising. She plays Kate Ashby black woman rescued from an orphanage in Rwanda as a child after her family was killed. She was raised to adulthood in London by white woman Cates. Still carries the scars from her childhood emotionally and physically as she reminds her mother eve during an argument. This is what they did to me. I don't remember my family. Oh my country. Nothing. No my name. Is that it happened? Two million million people never forget his did anyone else know rising sets his drama before complicated. Backdrop the consequences of the nine hundred ninety four genocide in Rwanda were up to one million members of the Tuzi community were killed by Hutu extremists Cates. Angry because her mother eve is a respected prosecutor about to try and African general for war crimes and international court. But the general's not a member of the Hutu militias who committed the genocide in Rwanda, he was part of the force. That's not the killing but committed war-crimes afterwards. It's like this. And suddenly you've decided as opposed to general Eisenhower. Because he.

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"martin black" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I may till Martin black earth rising is a fictional thriller about the modern repercussions of the nineteen ninety four genocide in Rwanda it debuts on Netflix today. But it was a co production with BBC two and aired on British TV last year NPR, TV critic, Eric. Duggan says the series offers a compelling look at an atrocity many Americans may never have fully understood if you know, British actress Micaela coal mostly for her charming off the wall performance in the sitcom chewing gum, you're in. For a jarring impressive surprise. Cole has transformed herself. From an awkward wise cracking comic into a hardened damaged trauma survivor for black earth rising. She plays Kate Ashby black woman rescued from an orphanage in Rwanda as a child after her family was killed. She was raised to adulthood in London. A white woman. Keats still carries the scars from her childhood emotionally and physically as she reminds her mother eve during an art. This is what they did to me. I don't remember my family. Oh my country. Nothing. No, my name the ID thing. I know is that it happened two million million people, and I will never forget it. Anyone thriving sets this drama before a complicated. Backdrop the consequences of the nine hundred ninety four genocide in Rwanda were up to one million members of the Tuzi community were killed by Hutu extremists Keats angry because her mother eve is a respected prosecutor about to try and African general for war crimes and international court. But the general's not a member of the Hutu militias who committed the genocide in Rwanda, he was part of the force. That's not the killing but committed war crimes afterwards. It's like the second golden ones. And suddenly you've decided as opposed to general Eisenhower. Because he is now in committed war crimes he would have been prosecuted by you, not you might just for me. Writer director Hugo Blick gives some characters illnesses that also seemed like physical expressions of their guilt and trauma. One.

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"martin black" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on KCRW

"It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin black earth. Rising is a fictional thriller about the modern repercussions of the nineteen ninety four genocide in Rwanda it debuts on Netflix today. But it was a co production with BBC two and aired on British TV last year NPR, TV critic, Eric. Duggan says the series offers compelling look at an atrocity, many Americans may never have fully understood. If you. British actress Micaela coal mostly for her charming off the wall performance in the sitcom chewing gum, you're in. For a jarring impressive surprise. Cole has transformed herself. From an awkward wise cracking comic into a hardened damaged trauma survivor for black earth rising. She plays Kate Ashby a black woman rescued from an orphanage in Rwanda as a child after her family was killed. She was raised to adulthood in London by a white woman. Kate still carries the scars from her childhood emotionally and physically as she reminds her opted mother eve during an argument, this is what they did to me. I don't remember my family all my country. Nothing. My name. It's not it happened. Two million million people never forget his divested. Anyone else? No rising sets us drama before complicated. Backdrop the consequences of the nine hundred ninety four genocide in Rwanda where up to one million members of the Tuzi community were killed by Hutu extremists Keats angry because her mother eve is a respected prosecutor about to try and African general for war crimes and international court. But the general's not a member of the Hutu militias who committed the genocide in Rwanda he was part of the force that stop the killing but committed war crimes afterwards. It's like. And suddenly you've decided to prosecute general. Eisenhower..

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"martin black" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Candidates pack, the stage at the new school on Wednesday night for a forum for the special election for public advocate. Joining us now with an update on the race WNYC's city hall and politics reporter bridge Bergen who was at that reason forum. Bridget. Good morning. Good morning. Right. So was it the stage or was it the audience packed? There's a decent crowd in both. But there were ten candidates on the stage, and that's not even all the people who are running the official ballot won't be finalized until next week's board of elections meeting. But altogether Twenty-three candidates re submit petitions to appear on the ballot and already one of those candidates has already been knocked off for people were a couple others may get knocked off next week. But either way voters can expect a really long list of candidates to choose from on election day, which we should say is February twenty sixth. Yes. And we need to repeat February twenty six several times because it's not a time. When even the most engaged voter thinks of going to the polls bridge. We know this segment is short. So tell us who the candidates are current and former elected officials activists, a former Obama staffer a French socialist map maker, I can't go through all the names because it would fill all the time. We're going to send people over to our websites WNYC dot org in Goth missed reconsider the whole current run down. But like I said the list isn't going to be finalized until next week a map maker, why do all these people want to be public advocate. So it's one of only three citywide elected offices. The person's second in line to the mayor in terms of succession, and the public advocate serves is sort of ombudsman for the city people can actually reach out to that office. If they're having trouble getting city services the office. Also maintains the worst landlord list, it's also become a real springboard to higher office. You know, see mayor Bill de Blasios public advocate state attorney general Letitia, James former public advocate or a Bridget. You said there were ten candidates at the forum that means like a dozen of them skipped it why was that so Richard? Some of these candidates are. Sitting lawmakers and Albany, and they were in session on Thursday, and others are trying to be a little strategic. They wanna get their name out there because even after the special election on February twenty six the person who wins only going to serve in an interim position there's going to be a primary in general election to fill the rest of this term later this year, and we'll stress the date is February twenty six the WNYC's bridge Bergen. We'll talk to you soon. Thanks, richard. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Steve Inskeep. And I'm Rachel Martin black earth. Rising is a fictional thriller about the modern repercussions of the nineteen ninety four genocide in Rwanda it debuts on Netflix today. But it was a co production with BBC two and aired on British TV last year NPR, TV critic, Eric. Duggan says the series offers a compelling look at an atrocity many Americans may never have fully understood if you know, British actress Micaela coal mostly for her charming off the wall performance in the sitcom chewing gum, you're in. For a jarring impressive surprise. Cole has transformed herself. From an awkward wise cracking comic into a hardened damage. Trauma survivor for black earth rising. She plays Kate Ashby black woman rescued from an orphanage in Rwanda as a child after her family was killed. She was raised to adulthood in London. By a white woman keeps still carries the scars from her childhood emotionally. Physically as she reminds her adopted mother eve during an argument, this is what they did to me. I don't remember my family my country..

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"martin black" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

Beyond the Baseline

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on Beyond the Baseline

"Happy Australian Open everyone we're going to do a mid tournament podcast with Martin black men. Martin heads-up player development for the USDA. It's been an interesting week for Martin watching Guinea Collins watching Francis Afo do so well here in Australia also disappointments as well, but Martin and I sit down and talk about a number of topics. The state of US tennis, the new installation of Mardy fish fishes Davis Cup, captain. And Martin also helps qualify and clarify some of the issues we discussed an podcast a few weeks ago about the transition tour, which is now called the IT approach where where the USDA fits into that. This was a topic that resonated with a lot of you still a lot of unanswered questions. So I had asked Martin to sit down and try and clarify, and so we talk a bit about that. So this is mid tournament. I hope none of this is particularly obsolete now dated, but. Here's Martin Blackman. All right. Thanks for thanks for taking a break. This is always weird because we're between matches and results are flitting by we should time stamp this Monday afternoon in we both saw Mattie keys bow out fill Lena in three sets. But overall as we talk right now on Monday, I gotta think you're happy, man. Nice tournament for for US tense overall. Yeah. Thanks for having me, John. I'm really really pleased with the results this week to so many bright lights and breakthroughs. Like, you said Madison lost a tough one day. She played a great second-set. There's a pivotal game in the third of one all that. If that had gone her way, I think she wins that match, but she got a great team. She's healthy and thinks he's going to have great year and just across the board. I mean starting with the women watching a man in some Moga breakthrough plan unbelievable match against several IKEA watching. Daniel collins. Just really dismantle Angie Kerber of Safiya cannons. Playing good ball. Serena is back in form really pumped about watching her play Hal tonight and just across the board. You know, talking about the men to looking good, and then started out the week tough to have to Americans play each other with rally palca, John is ner. But that was a great win for Riley. Dennis Kula, lost a tough one against towards Mun. He's playing while watching Taylor, you know, really play a solid match against Roger he's playing. Really? Well, got a great team Francis. Breaking through yesterday against what's what's took Francis. Speech. Trying to go to the first grand slam quarter, you're on high. You just mentioned Madison keys. She's got a game. One all in the third set short seven points. Manny. Loses that game and turn them back. Didn't win another game. The rest of the day. What's it like for you? It's level. You're getting judged by these results. What's it like for you sitting there courtside and seeing these these triumphs of these close calls in these matches turn on a ball that MRs by six inches? What's experience like, well, you know, so roller coaster? We come to the slams me and my entire team..

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"martin black" Discussed on The Truth Is Somewhere: A Conspiracy Theory Podcast

The Truth Is Somewhere: A Conspiracy Theory Podcast

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"martin black" Discussed on The Truth Is Somewhere: A Conspiracy Theory Podcast

"For a cultist with lots of history regarding human sacrifices dark rituals dating back to those damn pagans again peg it on a pagan. Poor good. Kevin. Good. Yeah. So I mean, I I like the the thought process of like, oh, well, they're all just a bunch of kid goes because there was a serial killer that kids in this area. But that doesn't explain why it happens in other areas. But I do like the thought process there. I think even really explained again. But I like to think otherwise these kids are all very like kind of monotone in very well behaved. Yeah. They're very calm strangely. Calm. Hello. Maybe please come into your house. Yeah. I think that's probably kind of. I think that might be maybe that ups the creep factor a little bit when people do encounter them if people to encounter them. Last little interesting tidbit that I'll leave you with is this actually really like this one when buffalo I posted his story. He received a response from someone who explained that the children could actually be Faye. There are set of fairies from Irish folklore that have black eyes. And they were so feared that the person who wrote to Bethel explain the their great grandmother would check the is every newborn baby in the family to make sure that the is Martin black. So some people theory is that those Fe prey on fear. And because we as humans, no longer fear ferries, they have a bolt to become something modern, humans would fear. Interesting. So they'd like Picton chosen things that they think modern humans would find scary, which I think is like. I mean, given Fabian tricksters and stuff if they do feed on fear like that would be something affair would do. Right. I mean, I definitely believe this. But I do find the connection kind of fanciful. Yeah. Like, I've seen lots of pictures of Fe and sometimes fair to picked it with solid colored is sewn black is usually or like like a deep. Like black red, certainly, no Tinkerbell. No tinkerbell. Nope. A little more like a blood cap author called red red Cup will come out of their caps. I don't something. A little more scary on the face drum. Yeah. I don't have anything in mind as to what what it could be. But I do know that I have seen pictures and generally in folklore up to certain point fate used to be kind of like. This this thing that you feared for sure. But it was more like acquainted to nature itself. There were like don't mess with the Fe because a fait will. Will mess with you on. It'll probably end up winning maybe the failure because we've trashed the planet. Right. And then they're understandable. Right. But I mean. Later on back. Then I mean back in the day nature almost always won't even against people. Who thought they were winning? It wasn't until like I would I'd say till the sixteen hundreds of really started to conquer the land. And then seventeen hundreds for sure we started math blew up eighteen hundreds after L all. relation dominating point. Yeah. And just put an iron grip on it like pun intended. Seriously, iron grip. Yeah. But after after Christianity, the perspective on fate changed from being the that neutral force that's out there that don't mess with it. Because it's is just not something you wanna mess with to the fair to devils and the demons lurk in the shadows. And anyone who sees them as anything other than that is bound to go to hell. Yep. But not that really matters because Fay is if is false. I mean, maybe maybe maybe their children. No, I it was my favorite theory. Yeah. Had the most creativity in the most intrigued to it. If I were to believe in a theory. I don't believe I'll tell you what I believe in a minute. If I were to believe in theory. I would think that the children were some sort of government expire. All a stranger things. And that's sometimes we're just escaping and the the Muslim block like the FBI CIA, whatever they are are coming to like such these kids like shame on you out again..

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