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"martin gucci" Discussed on Is The Mic Still On
"I'm literally just that part of the story. Quick on hold on taxes. I can't believe. I'm from texas board when fat cats dropping niggers and seconds. Boy that shit did it. Do wake up in a puddle of blood and they did it to. You gotta hold up. This is back in two thousand two. He killed his his quote unquote roommate a tiny chest. Her chest had been torn open. Ooh blade was found broken off in her scapula. Can we are gods teeth. Marks were found on her face and on her lungs out had been torn from her chest but yes he was on. Pcp and they found him with blood all over him. I think he was nude and they found a piece of her lung in his stomach. Now what this was like food story of it is from two thousand and two but dow many rappers. Do you know chopping women up and eating. I've never heard it doesn't matter either way there's a thing it's been it's been going around for a minute But they're saying that he was setup that someone set him up and the thing about it is you would normally be like. I heard the story. I was like. Yeah this is how that i know. You're not going to do it. But there is a ready page and it's very convincing is very be not going to do it up. But his son is actually going around trying to get money for his defense fund to get him out of jail. I love red. Sagan said i love read it read. It has a way of making a lot of Sound this is true. But i really do want to read this. I want to check how you set me. And i got a piece of lung in my stomach. I don't remember that part. But i think they saying like he was knocked out and someone put it in. I can't remember how i could tell you is it was convicting shit. Two hours like damn. I don't really feel bad for listening to the big error codes. That is that is crazy as crazy his albums. Kind of hot though. Ken does not ten toes down. Oldsmobile story cardi. Park is like what people were like. He's innocent. I'm like but he said in his song late. I'm using the torture chamber not ruger. So if you wake up in a puddle of blood. God did it to you mean. Basically saying like draw the house. He's drawn out perfect. Yeah naked on a long amount. By god i kinda did it. You know what Whatever the hell that read paid said. I believe because at the end of the day right. These words thoughts and his. Hey no clients ended. Hey he got so motherfucker high that he acts out borough. That's what the happened. Might maybe No no i did look down. Rapper did rapper. Big lurch kill his roommate i-it's or was he framed. Siada yama ready to be woke. Fico ready man if you also nationals ace lee. If you'll bottom to send that might make it may eight. That woman gave their poll woman with milk. Eat me some. Mel watt down. That long emmys damn alert to see because you about this as care about what. That's why eight the mobile alabama acer by kia like wish. I mean all jokes aside. Yeah this was like. I think i'm most surprised that candidate know about this guy and even whole eating thing but i'm like is he was. He was pretty big in two thousand. Four yeah just google. That's a long time for me. I know but he was a people were looking at him thinking like he was going to be like the next big thing he was this really tall and he had the super deep very distinct breath. Voice like really deep the port where you almost thought it was fake. But he had blown album is called us. All is all bad. A yeah man. I'm saying he was. He was walking. Beats for bones when he was bur-. Gimme gimme your low. Does gimme your love singing songs. I do we used to rock this album. And i'm trying to think of. Oh yeah to on album. Matt drain was on the shit. Really i'm telling you. I'm surprised i'll never heard this. But anyways two thousand s bad blackmarket records. You can't even get a copy now. That out and goes for like a lot of money which i had it so This was the other one sophie. Oh yeah i was going to got hit in the head the way they touch on that. I'm trying to his name. Hang on so he goes by the name of martin gucci now. Seventy five was recognized in new york when he was wearing a face mask. And let me see if it was a reporter who recognized him No it was a post office worker so They ran into him and they said he. You know like our index guy who hit in the head and buffalo. And he wasn't expecting to be recognized he said yes And they started to have a conversation about it says he was reluctant to go into detail about the incident and it did send him to the hospital for a month to recover from a brain injury. Fractured skull doesn't really remember the moment he was shoved. There were kind of like bits and pieces that he did remember before and after He said that he had to watch the video to help him. Fill in the blanks boss. Of what actually happened which is insane and then he said yeah like. I'm not really interested in becoming like the symbol or trend of some type of movement. I just don't really want to draw attention to myself And yeah he said you know. A lot of people are injured. A lot of people are killed in these incidents with cops and he said that he called it a turning point for himself now granted. I don't know what that means. The scope of things overall Was he rightly supporter with the i. Don't know if he was pro-police or anything like that. He said that he was going to continue participating in grassroots active around the first amendment at t has for decades He says you know my life is headed into direction. I'm not really sure how it's difference so anyways. I just thought it was interesting. There's more on the article if you guys wanted to read it. I was on usa today. Just kind of reading his thoughts on everything. But i thought was kind of interesting that they track this guy down be even lived because anyone who actually saw video knows how hard hit he took and he was seventy five years old and he'd been recovered So him even being able to remember any part of this story after going undergoing severe brain injuries nuts. I don't think it says about the police. Say king any type of like action or any like being.
"martin gucci" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"All I have to say. There were a lot of white faces behind him with masks. Not a lot of black faces Carl Douglas with us here on ESPN Radio Carl. What do you make of that sound and thank you for joining us? First of all Dan. Thank you for having me on your show man. This is a fabulous platform and I appreciate all that you do got are doing. That is the essence of what I am finding bout. And the police commissioner in new. York has been more forward thinking than others on the news. But there is a culture here that we have to continue to struggle against for their ever to be any true reckoning and change. The pendulum is going to swing back toward the police sometime soon. Another COP IS GONNA. Get Shot. A white woman somewhere has gone good brutalized, and the American narrative is then going to shift back. To the law and order. I'm not sure if this is the beginning of the end. Or the end of the beginning. What I also WANNA. Talk about the Dan yesterday. I I mentioned to listeners about Martin Goo Gino. G You G I N O.. He's that seventy five year old white man that we all saw be pushed down by stormtroopers. I WANNA. Make sure your listeners keep Martin Gucci knows name firmly on their lips because he is not in fair condition. I don't care what the public statements from hospital says. Dan? I'm not a doctor, but I've been a personal injury lawyer for thirty five forty years and I know enough about medicine to say that Martin Gino have sustained a traumatic brain injury. And at seventy five years old. Less than one week after the injury. There is no way of knowing the full extent of his mental injury suffering. Dan So bleeding may now be under control. But Martin Gino faces a lifetime of uncertainty because his brain has suffered a serious injury. He is not in fair condition. What needs to happen in terms of Police Reform Carl and what can happen what will happen? What are you optimistic about here? Let me tell you my y'all thank I get this off the top of my tongue. I have been working and thinking so that I can best prepare your listeners for for for for my insight. because. There is a time that we can think about what we can do to make police better. You hear the narrative right now that is that is a popular de-fund the police. I'm a messenger. Dan and I. Don't think that's a strong a messaging tagline that we should use. Particularly and election year. There's an old political concept that says if you're explaining in politics. Then you're losing. And whenever someone talks about defunding the police. There had to explain what they really mean and the next sentence. But reimagining the role of police officers is not such a radical idea. Let experts do the job that experts are trained to do. I want you to? Make sense right. I suggest you Dan that cops show be sent to nine one one calls when there is a mental health crisis. Cops are trained killers, not social workers. Mental health experts should be sent on those calls instead. And the money used to finance, those calls should be redirected to mental health experts so that they have the resources to do their jobs well. Dan when you realize that only five percent. Of. All arrests offer violent crimes. That could mean a lot of money for mental health experts. Let's say thirty percent of all nine one one calls are help calls due to a mental crisis. I say then we should redirect thirty percent of the resources, a police staff to mental health experts. Send in the experts to the house to help the family if they're not if they're distress, don't send them the train killers. It makes perfect sense to quote your president. Last week Dan I mentioned the tragic case of fifty six year old Oro newness senior. And you and I. He's a husband and father of seven. He had never been in trouble before in his life. His daughter caught nine one one for mental. Health crisis intervention. Mr Nunez was armed. She never thought the cops were going to suffocate him to death. He was a little bitty Guy, no taller than Stugatz. It's funny because you know. COPS will be the first to say that they are not a social worker. And I say believe them. Gosh you know I was watching your show initially for about six months before I realized that's do wasn't like six three or something like that. People think I'm five nine and that he's much bigger because his voice is impressive. Call stay there for a second because we're up against, it will come back to you in a second nearly as oppressive. Carl's voice my God it into facing. Six seven he he really does..
"martin gucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"By police Martin Gucci know who just heard is laying in a hospital bed, he brought in in critical condition. I wanted to give you a chance to sing the song that you wrote Lou. To share it with us now. Thanks so much. This song I really want to raise up that Martin a lot to support that shifting of culture in one of the ways by supporting crew, the peace poets. And unfortunately this song is still so relevant and I want to. Thank so much. US to huma brother cry in knocked. Kim Bree, so now why men this drug goosing? I can Levy He. We call in now the violence of these races. Paulie Gee's and we ain't gonNA stop. Did our people love free. We AIN'T GONNA. STA To Lobby Balaa free. And right now across the country I know I could hear. My people rise up singing this. Deep Fun, the police give that money to community Eddie to black people free we. Being Unique Eddie. Thank you for having me here and I hope that people keep singing in the streets because that's what. All of our people out there doing love and respect all our people as thank you for having me. Thank you so much for being with US member of the peace poets and member of witness against torture. He protested alongside Martin Gucci no for over a decade. That does it for our broadcast. I mean Goodman with Juan Gonzalez stay..
"martin gucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"Democracy now dot org. The quarantine report I'm Amy Goodman with Juan Gonzalez on Tuesday president trump made no mention of George Floyd's funeral home or not. Did He send condolences to his family on the day that George Floyd was laid to rest. But he did take to twitter to attack a longtime peace. Activists in Buffalo, who where police officers assaulted him at a protest last week. Against the police, killing George Floyd in the video recorded by a bystander that's now been viewed by millions of people. To police officers violently shoves seventy five year old Martin Eugene to the ground, as dozens of officers walked by not one stopping to help as blood seeps from his head on the pavement. After widespread outrage, the two officers were charged with felony assault over the weekend. Prompting fifty-seven police officers from Buffalo's emergency response team to quit the special unit in protest. Martin Gino is well known in the Buffalo Community for his years of peaceful protests, including as a member of witness against torture a group that's long advocated for the closure of Guantanamo Bay in his many years as an activist who has demonstrated against climate and action, racism and nuclear proliferation I'm Tuesday while president. Trump did not mention George Floyd. He attacked Martin Gucci. As, he lay in the hospital. Trump tweeted quote buffalo protester shoved by police could be an antique provocateur seventy five year old Martin Gino was pushed away after appearing to scan police communications in order to black out the equipment. I watched he fell harder than was pushed was aiming scanner could be a set up. Trump tweeted. Trump tagged one America news a fringe, right wing media outlet that frequently amplifies conspiracy theories, and it's run multiple segments attacking Gino since video of his assault drew National Ir. One Republican senator after another was asked to comment while Mitt. Romney did saying it was ridiculous. Other senators said we are weighing the information for more. We're joined by someone who protested alongside. Martin Gucci for over a decade Lou I is a part of the peace poets a member of witness against torture. He's joining us from Oakland California. It's wonderful to have you with us and if you can talk to us about Martin. Talk about what He. His activism is all about how you know him. And your response to President Trump's completely unfounded, outright lying tweet. Amy Thanks one. It's good to be with you, both Martin first informal also? Is just one of the kindest. Most good hearted people that I've been lucky to walk with and so this morning is he still in the hospital? I just WanNa, send him love and healing from here I was able to work with Martin with witness against her. Every January, we go there to protest that continuing abuse of human rights in the prison in Guantanamo. and. Demand Justice for the people detained there. So, working with Martin has always been a joy It is great to be able to tell people. That, he's one of the amazing elders that has always lead with. Curiosity creativity encourage in our community of witness against torture. And so. To. Be honest a me, I I. Appreciate Your question, but it's hard to even justify a response to such a ridiculous tweet from from President Trump. I feel personally. That it's important. I just say that. Martin is someone who. Deserves like all our elders much more respect and care and so I want to notice what the president of the country did not say. He didn't he did not say that. It's important for the police to respect. Elders to treat people with dignity and care and so. That to me. In the face of having seen what happens to this friend of mine. who was pushed over when I heard his head hit the pavement. I jumped towards the the screen where I was watching Just because so I could try to help him. The same way. I feel like a lot of responses seen these images of violence. In I just want to point out the absence of that the absence of of caring compassion for all people and especially for for our elders, and so for Martin again, someone who just always lead with kindness with love and respect. It's really painful to see that that lack of care, and of course the opposite the continue the criminalization of dissent, and and trying to create a narrative in which he is. The enemy which is is really painful because I know. He was out there and I wanNA. Raise up Martin's one response so far since the attack and he was all, he said when the was, he wanted to be clear that his statement was black lives matter. and Lou I wanted to ask you like a many of us. We keep being astounded when we think that this president has reached a new low, but he always manages to find an even a deeper low to drop into a wanted to ask you about some of the work that you have you did with Martin. Witness against torture. What were some of the activities you were involved in together and what drove him to be involved? Yeah, so though the work that we do is every January. We go to DC for a week of fascinating. And Action and prayer. so it's really now. It's an advocacy week in which we spend all day every day together thinking about the ways in which we can creatively express our. Outrage at the continued injustices perpetrated by our government so. Our time together was really often spent in circles. Deciding how are we going to best do a creative action and then going out into the streets of DC to the Supreme Court to the White House to express to the government has what is to the people, the need for for human rights in Guantanamo military prisons as well as prisons throughout this country I wanted to. Martin in his own words, Martin Gino. Recently submitted a video statement to a judge ensured at Georgia presiding over the case of the Kings Bay Ploughshares, the seven peace activists who broke into a nuclear submarine base in two thousand Eighteen Martin quoted from the Reverend Martin Luther King Junior. It's really starts with this quote of Martin Luther King. At the moral arc of the universe is long, but been towards justice. But he doesn't say there. Is that. It doesn't bend itself. We have dependent. We have to go out into the Culture Act. Justly, Morally, do good and little by little. Been, been the culture towards, justice. And some of the Times. Culture doesn't want to be bent. Didn't know so. There'd be a conflict. And, that's just part of. Martin Luther King very well. The possibilities. Again, after being assaulted.
"martin gucci" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio
"To our viewers. This next story contains graphic images of police violence. An Austin Texas black lives matter. Activists are demanding the arrest of officers who sent to young people to the hospital with head trauma. At recent protests on May thirty first police shot twenty year old. Texas State University Student Justin Howell and the head with a lead pellet bag, fiery by an officer shotgun after he fell unconscious. Unconscious to the pavement, he was picked up by fellow protesters who tried to rush past a police line for medical attention. The police open fire with another barrage Powell was hospitalized in critical condition with a fractured skull and brain damage a day earlier, another Austin officer shot sixteen year old Bradley and ahead with a beanbag round, as the teen stood passively on a hillside near line of riot police. I Alice. Family says he's undergoing neurological testings, an Austin Hospital and faces a long road to recovery and San. Jose California police shot their own anti-bias trainer in the Groin, rupturing his testicle with a rubber coated bullet, as he tried to de-escalate tension between police and protesters at a May twenty ninth rally. Doctors say twenty-seven-year-old year old Derek. Sanderson who's African. American may never be able to father children? And Los Angeles police officer Frank Hernandez was arrested, Tuesday and felony assault charges video shot in April showed him brutally beating Richard Castillo and house. Men who've been squatting and boy scouts property amidst the coronavirus lockdown here in New York New York police officer, Vincent. Andrea has been charged with assault, criminal mischief, harassment and menacing after video showed him violently shoving a peaceful protester to the ground, as he shouted an expletive in a misogynistic slur at her twenty year old do new Zeier suffered a seizure and was hospitalized with concussion after the May twenty-ninth attack. President trump has tweeden attack on a long time. Buffalo police activists who was assaulted by police officers, said of black lives matter protests last week in video of the assault, which has been viewed by millions to buffalo police, officers are seen violently shoving seventy five year old Martin Gino to the ground, dozens of officers walked by as blood pours. From Gucci knows head. On Tuesday morning as good genome lay in hospital, recovering from head, trauma, president trump amplified a conspiracy theory pushed by right wing news outlet one America. News tweeted quote. Buffalo protesters shoved by police could be an antique provocateur. seventy-five-year-old Martin good was pushed away after appearing to scan police communications in order to black out the equipment I watched. He fell harder than was pushed was aiming scanner could be a setup trump tweeted. Will speak with one of Martin. Gucci knows close friends and fellow. Later in the broadcast. In Russia Moscow's mayor has eased corona virus restrictions even as corona virus cases continued to surge in the Russian capital. The easing of the lockdown comes ahead of a nationwide vote that could extend President Vladimir, Putin's role rule. Moscow continues to report over one thousand new cove in nineteen cases daily while Russia as a whole is nearing a half million infections Russia has reported over sixty three hundred corona virus deaths. In Brazil Supreme Court judge. Tuesday ordered the government to Far-right. Present your Sonata to immediately begin releasing updated corona virus statistics just days after the country stock publishing new reported COVID, nineteen deaths and infections Brazil currently has the world's second highest rate of Corona virus cases, nearing three quarters of a million, and it's more day as more daily deaths than any other country in the world, officially over thirty eight thousand people in Brazil have died of Covid nineteen though that number is likely a significant undercount. The World? Health Organization has walked back. A top officials claim that a symptomatic people rarely spread the corona virus to others. The WHO's confused messaging on the topic drew criticism from public health officials. The Harvard Global Health Institute said quote. In fact, some evidence suggests people maybe most infectious in the days before they become symptomatic, that is in the pre symptomatic phase when they feel well have no symptoms, but maybe shedding substantial amounts of virus unquote, meanwhile, two new papers published in the journal Nature Find Coronavirus, lockdown save millions of lives and averted tens of millions of infections worldwide. UC Berkeley researchers Solomon Hsiang. A co-authored authored the reports. Never in human history, so many people around world come together coordinate their actions and worked to save so many lives in such a short period of time in Burundi president. Pierre currencies was pronounced dead, Monday morning of an apparent heart attack many are speculating. His death may have been due to covid nineteen complications. After the long serving president fell ill over the weekend, the president had refused to impose corona virus restrictions, allowing sporting events and mass political rallies to take place during the pandemic. In environmental news president, trump Friday gutted protections for the country's only maritime monument in the Land Koshen by opening up the northeast canyons and seamounts. Marine National Monument to commercial fishing. Give Brogan from the advocacy group. Oceana said quote, protecting deep-sea waters as a win win for both fishermen and healthy oceans, healthy oceans from the sea floor to the surface Soi. Hope Sustain robust fisheries for years to come. He said legal challenges are expected. In climate news temperatures in parts of the Arctic Circle Northern Russia, have topped eighty six degrees Fahrenheit this month continuing a record breaking heat wave that began in May, climate data show last month with the planet's warmest may ever recorded keeping twenty twenty on pace to become the hottest year since record keeping began. The ten hottest years on record have all come since two thousand five, and after thirty three years, the reality TV show cops has been canceled..
"martin gucci" Discussed on The Nicole Sandler Show
"Mayer every Tuesday. We get together with our PAL got a laugh and we well. We shoot the shit about what's in the news. Most of gleaned from Lafayette twitter feed so first. We need to get her on the line so a hello. You've reached. The trump tries to reverse a bad week hotline. Yeah tries is the operative word there okay I'm sorry after. Press one if you think trump's tribute to George, Floyd was going eight minutes and forty six seconds without tweeting. Press two. If you think trump's tribute was going eight minutes and forty seven seconds without being an asshole. I don't think he did though but okay. Another fail address three. If you think trump came up with a new item for the Wendy's lunch menu, trump ham bunkers. A Nice Day. Yeah, you can hear me now. people don't know, see as I'm when I stumble over my words like that I'm usually multitasking so I got laffy up on the line while we were listening to the Minneapolis. A city council president and I get a text from her. Saying I can't hear anything, so I'm going. Oh Shit so that computer somehow an input got screwed up, so I pulled her down there and I brought her up. I called her from different computer all the while you didn't know and then I had to stop the commercial s from running on progressive voices it. You know it is a work in progress. I'll just say that. Behind the scenes switch, ruin the scenes. That's what we do so excited. Time I should mention that amy amy. Simon can't join us most times because she she. She has a conference call for work scheduled at this exact hour on Tuesdays that I'm on the air, but there there'll be days, won't she'll be able to join us so when she can she will. I hope so yeah. So yeah, so anyway Laffy God. What I saw watching you on twitter and you? Did you watch the funeral? A yeah? George? Floyd's funeral I couldn't I've done with funerals, I? Don't I don't go to them and I don't like them, but this is different. This was. Telling Mr, lappy, if going to temple, was that amazing? Started going to temple right. The singing, and the and the joyous note and the humor, and then the the depth of loving and caring. And and instead of a lot of droning and religious stuff they don't make religion. They don't pious about. They incorporated in, but it's. It's almost not noticeable to me. Which is I mean? I'm not I. Don't enjoy religion organized religion at all and I could easily easily watch so yeah, it was really good. Right I got. A black churches are just something. Wonderful, experiences I've I went I went to one with a friend of mine years ago in L. A., and it's. It's a very different atmosphere. Gettin, Cook going going to temple for whatever? You know again atheist you hear, but Yeah, so a you know. I just enjoy. The dichotomy, the split screen effect if you will of. Today when you see the world coming together to mourn this man who has become a symbol of black lives matter who was who just as you know, his little girl as flawed dot was told your daddy changed the world he just might you know without? That was the amazing part of the service that they did. Come back to that a lot, and I loved that I love that and the other thing I loved. You mentioned how? They carried on all the networks the cable network. On Fox. You know you know that all trump was thinking about was. That should be me. Yeah, TV of course, but I'll tell you what I did. I did flip over to the one America News Network and they were not carrying. The they're the only ones, so you know that's what trump was watching. Of course, oh my God he would never watch something like this, let. Turned it on because he wanted to see if they were going to say his name, they wanted to talk about him. Because that's what he does, he watches to see if anybody talks about him well, they did. They said I can't remember. WHO said it was at a pasture I don't remember. They said the first thing you gotTA. Do is get him out of the White House Yeah Oh yeah, that was wonderful. I just happened like I walked out of the room I was playing with Hammy. A little bit came back in. And that's the part I heard, and it was so delicious. Any who I have a whole bunch of tweets. Of what you hit on and more okay, well, then let's Let me get find the birdies. We gotta let loose the Bernie's. Choose? TWEET! So got laugh. What is twitter twitter about today? They're all a twitter well first of all. Here's something. That I actually tweeted about a couple of days ago and now there's more detail to it. here I seen a report and had tweeted that. the trump people over there. The thugs they were thinking letting him give a speech on race. On race. I can't. No and they were been talking about this. This has been a room of her a couple of days that trump to do it. You ready I know who's writing Hugo is. Good when I tweeted about that I had all these people kind of joking. Some of them were more serious more half. Joking about yeah. Who's going to get? You're right at Stephen Miller. Yes. Exactly according to April Ryan Stephen Miller who crafted trump's immigration policy at the southern border? You know the cage thing including separating families, aging children is preparing a White House speech on Race Relations Oh my God the most tone, deaf person, probably the most racist person in that White House now. That's something for me to say because I don't know all the people in the White House and I'm sure there are plenty of racists they are, but yet you're looking for a resident racists, Stephen. Miller is as good as it gets. Well, he's the guy that he's says go to I. Mean You know you don't hear a lot about them but you? When you do read about him. He's the one that trump keeps relying on. And you just don't. It's not reported as much as it should be, but he's Goto yeah Here's some more Okay, so on this whole thing I have a bunch on. It makes me so mad. It makes me sick. And, really between between the the seventy five year old comment that he made know about about the guy who fell and the upside down Bible stunt. He's going to be alienating so many more people because the polls right now are. Going down. He's at thirty eight. Last night, just one yup yeah anyway. Keith gyles or Giles depending on how you say it, he's a program director at an author of Jesus undefeated anyway kind of surreal when the President starts accusing your seventy five year old friend of being an agent of Antiga my friend, Martin Gucci No. Is that how you say it? Gino Chino I believe. Is An old man. Hello! I didn't know this part with cancer Oh. God, who is now in the hospital with brain damage after being pushed to the ground by a police officer, he was trying to talk to so this is his friend and so he was railing against trump all right, so then Here's the Murkowski quote that you and I are gagging. Yes, yes, this is from Burgess Everett at politico. Murkowski took me up on reading my crumpled print out of the tweet of trump's tweet. She gassed and said Oh lord again. Why would you fan the flames? That's all I'm going to say why we know. Lame while you're. He's the one fanning the flames by an guy you, wouldn't she? Why wouldn't she come out and say I'm not voting for the guy who I just said oh? Yeah, right, the got. It makes me so angry. And it's not manning the flames to ask about something. The president said tweeted on a day like this. When when the world is mourning, this man who was killed by police by the people are supposed to be protecting him, and you tweet out something about this guy who was roughed up I other police. And accused him being part of a group that you labeled terrorist organization. That doesn't even fucking exist. God He is the one that fans the flames every day every hour, four thousand times a day in his tweets sixty five times a day in front of the camera. Every remark he ever makes yup heap bands. So if she would like to comment on that in a way that makes more sense would be very receptive, but no. No, she doesn't want him. Know Fan. The flames.
"martin gucci" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"On the Lam. I. Put It on the poll Guillermo last time you were on with us. Carl you had mentioned that this is indifferent. You've been fighting this for a really long time that the difference is now that it was televised, and also that we watched a man narrate his own death. What do you make of the fact that it seems very much like the answer to hey, no more police brutality pleased equality has resulted in the police treating everybody equally bad. What do you make of the footage? Specifically? You've seen recently where it seems like police treating everyone the way that black people have been telling us for a long time. They've only been treated. Dan Martin good, Gino G. U.. G. I N. O.. Say His name say his name Martin. Was that seventy five year old grandfather from Buffalo. We saw him get pushed down by those stormtroopers. Kinda stepped over him. Alan Iverson like. As a storyteller man, which I am, you gotTA. Just love the visuals. Because the audacity of the moment should make you mad and angry white, America. And I. Hope it does. So you can understand the pain and the passion that I feel every day. Why because Martin Gucci Chino could've been Yo daddy or your Papa. Or your uncle! He have been that Nice old man living down the street from you. White people. Or the Nice guy you see whose name you don't know going to church. But the story of Martin Gudino. It's GonNa. Illustrate all mile, white liberal allies. How far we still have to go! COPS were rallying APP to court house, cheering the release of those two cops after they got charged with the crime. There's going to have to be guys that visceral connection of when you see the blood seeping out of the air of Martin. Chino for there to be real change. Dan I've seen brother. Get shot by the police. And the blood. OUT OF THE BODY And it is that image of Martin Gudino say his name say name that hopefully will start to rally the motions of all of your listeners. About it man I, love the Lakers from La, purple and Gold I. Don't wear anything Green. To me in sports, the Mount Rushmore of racism is Tom Landry Red Auerbach Bear Bryant and Bobby Knight. But if I'm watching a basketball game breath. And my boy Johnson turned around and strikes Danny Age and growing I'm going to squirm. I'M GONNA bend over and hold my myself, too. because. I feel that pain even though I can't stand age. Martin Gino is going to resonate bad same way Carl says he's that guy. Right around the corner that everybody knows and loves and the COPS lie on Martin Gino To. Why America Martin Keino. Welcome to my world stay there. Carl we're GONNA. Come back with you in a second car. One question before we break eighty six celtics, ninety seven bulls who win hold on. We'll get that answer from Carl Douglas coming up next. He always gives you the straight talk, so we're going to talk to him about other things, but I want to go back to something. He said in the last segment where he just casually throughout their that he has a mount. Rushmore of sports, racists and it is read our back Bobby. Knight, Bear Bryant and Tom Landry, so do you care to explain that one to US Carl? Certainly. I! Am A storyteller. Visuals Dan as a trial lawyer are every bit as important to me as anything. I understand and know that Red Auerbach very progressive in terms of hiring bill, Russell and playing five black players in Boston. I'm from La I'm a Laker fan when I think of Boston, I think of the brother that got entailed by the American flag in a suit. That's an iconic photo and so rat Auerbach. Despite all, you may have done. When he had that smug. Look with that cigar. I don't know any of their hearts but Bobby Knight. Tom Landry and bear Bryant they are on my rush more Mount Rushmore for shore. Okay, but that didn't give me. The reasons I'm used to getting reasons from you for all of the things that you say I'm not quite clear on this I. Don't mean to press you too much on it, but. You do, but I do. I don't know anything about their heart. Bobby Knight. Tom Landry and bear Bryant. Only represent all that was bad in sports in terms of the unwillingness and the reluctance to highlight the accomplishment and the skill set of the black players I remember when USC Alabama and whipped up on bear Bryant, met chains the SEC forever because they saw that brothers can play basketball or football, and not necessarily have to lure after everyone in the cloud. So that's why those images of those those coaches on my personal Mount Rushmore? Wow personal mount rushmore just wondering if Mount Rushmore 's if Mount Rushmore was five heads. Instead of four would be the fifth has. This is a decision curiosity. Doing all brought. To I don't know but let me tell you about something else. Man I watched this weekend. Our attorney general be interview on another network. And off this talk that I'm talking. Let me be clear I'm what I used to criticize when I was young kid at boathouse law school picketing. I'm what you call an armchair revolutionary. I'm not marching in the streets. No more I lift brother this morning getting up from the bed to go to the bathroom and take a Whiz. So, if enough for me to say, but I saw William, bar and as a trial lawyer, you become a student of body language. Eighty percent of communication is unspoken body language, and if you watched Bill Bar, are attorney, you know talk and be interviewed about him seeing projectiles being thrown in the park by the peaceful protesters before he ordered the park cleared so that the president can have a photo op. You Watch him and his eyes go down ten bill bars. Eyelashes were blinking so fast man I thought that cat was going to Lebanon Tate. Share. The audacity to say that racism is not systematic in law enforcement. I'm from Los Angeles Man. We had a black mayor Tom Bradley as the Mayor in Los Angeles for twenty years. A former police officer he didn't want. Be beating up black people in Los Angeles, but it was systematic, and even though he was the mayor of the city, he couldn't change it. Brock Obama was the president in two thousand fourteen. He didn't want Michael Brown to be shot or Eric Garner to beat the B to have life pressed out of him, but it's systematic and he couldn't change it by himself. I said last week. Black folks can not end racism by ourselves. We cut not shame or criticized. White America to End Racism Bra. have been doing like many black friends. I know this weekend and basically holding master classes from my white friends about racism. I've been advising them to read data. He's coach or anything for Michael Dyson. Black thinkers who are far more knowledgeable than me about racism. I've been advising them to watch. David do days thirteenth or even Selma. I also say watch the boys last week to feel the black pay because everybody knows, thunderstorm got.
"martin gucci" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Alabama. Put It on the poll Guillermo. Last time you were on with US Carl. You had mentioned. This is indifferent. You've been fighting this for a really long time that the difference is now that it was televised, and also that we watched a man narrate his own death. What do you make of the fact that it seems very much like the answer to hey, no more police brutality, please. Equality has resulted in the police treating everybody equally bad. What do you make of the footage? Specifically? You've seen recently where it seems like are treating everyone. The way that black people have been telling us for a long time. They've only been treated. Dan Martin, ongoing. Gino Jeez you e I and O say his name say his name Martin go Jay. Was that seventy five old grandfather from Buffalo. We saw him good pushed down by those stormtroopers. Kinda stepped over him. Alan Iverson like. As a storyteller man which I am, you gotTA. Just love the visuals. Because, the audacity of the moment should make you mad and angry. White America. And I hope it does so you can understand the pain and the passion that I feel every day. Why because Martin Good Chino could've been yo daddy or your Papa. Or your uncle? He could have been that Nice old man living down the street from you white people. Or the Nice Guy UC whose name you don't know going to church. But the story of Martin Gudino, it's GonNa. Illustrate through all Milo, white liberal allies far we still have to go. Cops were rallying at the courthouse, cheering the release of those two cops after they got charged with the crime. There's going to have to be guys that visceral connection of when you see the blood seeping out of the air of Martin Gucci Gino for there to be real change. Dan I've seen. Brother gets shot by police. And the blood. Props blocks out of the body. And it is that image of Martin in Good Gino say his name his name that hopefully we'll start to rally their emotions of all of your listeners think about it, man. I love the Lakers from La Purple and gold. I don't wear anything green. To me in sports, the Mount Rushmore of racism as Tom Landry Red Auerbach, bear, Bryant and Bobby Knight. But if I'm watching a basketball game BRA. And my boy mattress. Johnson turns around and likes Danny Ainge and the Groin I'm going to squirm. GonNa Bend over and hold my myself, too. because. I feel that pain even though I can't stand Danny. Martin Gino. Going to resonate that same way Carl. He's bad guy. Right around the corner that everybody knows and love and the COPs lie on Martin Gino To. White America. Martin do Gino welcome to my world. Stay there Carl. We're GONNA. Come back with you.
"martin gucci" Discussed on The Young Turks
"So He. He's survived that injury. He's in critical yet. Stable condition and that that video definitely killed a part of me like a little tiny part of me is gone just that part of you that believes that there's some good and humanity watching something like that watching their like nonchalant. Attitude toward someone who's literally on the ground bleeding from their ear, an elderly person who was not a threat to them at all, and just a little while earlier by the way you have the exact same, not the exact same cops who pushed him necessarily, but you have the same police department posing pictures kneeling with protesters as if they're the good guys, please everyone who's listening to this right now. Stop doing the police's Pr for them. It is a PR move to do these pictures. Were there kneeling with protesters? Okay, it's the same police department that did that and then immediately afterwards you see videos like this where they brutalize innocent people including seventy five year. Olds who pose no threat to them. It's just I can't get over. How disgusting this this whole situation is okay so We're super important updates on the police. Officers involved in the Gentleman Bob. His name is Martin Gucci No, and I may slanty a why he's. American hero, not forgetting push down, but for all the work that he is up until now, and you're GonNa love some of his work and some of his close. But for Don Video. So. It's passed curfew. They held officers to lineup. They'd been those lot against Saint. Police Department talk to the protesters peacefully earlier in the day. In some of them had laughed and then the others. Once you go past curfew. It is some form of civil disobedience so when that happens. Very often. You're willing to be arrested and you get arrested without. Putting any kind of fight I've been involved in movements like that, and so they the producers that you saw that's about what there was, so there's very few folks left i. they knew what the situation was. COPS LINEUP IN GESTAPO. Lines, and they do it looks like a military stormtrooper, Gestapo type of situation, and they're chanting or whatever they're doing shoddy on orders, and they March Lancaster Apple, and then they act like a stop-go, and the most important part is as I pointed out. A couple storm. Have a human moment for a second. You see in the second video to where the guy goes like. ooh, any looks in stuff, but the NOPE. They get the orders you must proceed. We don't care about humans. Our job is to crush them and show them how tough we are, and how they can never disobeyed are authority under circumstances because that is what the storm troopers were taught. So now we go to the updates, so to the officers are suspended fifty, making you more, but fifty seven officers, other officers of are so outraged by the suspension. That, they say oh, that's it will all resigned from this unit I. Good good riddance trash, all of them every single one of the garbage garbage. They deserve to be jobless. Okay for that complete disregard for human life that Man's My dad's age disgusting all. They think they're so tough and they're so brave for resigning in solidarity your garbage. All of them are criminals for warranting and sanctioning this type of behavior here. Who knows how many people they've murdered innocent people. So. I have that take, but also second one so so the cops are outraged that they're not allowed to crack the skulls of seventy five. Just absolutely orig-. Like are you kidding me? How can we do this job if you don't let us viciously attack innocent civilians. But the second part of it is their right that they that's the orders they were given, and that is what they're taught to do. So I. Don't Want Society now around and say Oh. It's only fifty seven bad apples. No, we told them to be brutal. So. What I'm asking society to do is to stop asking the cops to be brutal. And you can tell from the reaction that you see on TV. I think a lot of the really well paid anchors, which is almost all of them. Are genuinely shot. that. They. I think they really didn't know what concert doing to poor people. Middle Class people minorities because when cops interact with people that have higher status. They push down cable news anchors into the payment and cracker skulls know when they interact with them. They're obsequious and they're like. Do, you need any help. Can I carry your bags? Get? What can I do and so they experienced rich people have cops. The cops protect them and are wonderful to them so I. Think those wealthy Americans are generally shot to see video of cops. COPS normally do to the rest of us, so I'm glad they sought and I'm glad it appears some of them. Care a little bit. But. Yes, yes, millions of African Americans have not been lying this whole time. Yes, that's what keeps you up all the time, and yes, they also do it to other people so what they do. They do most of minorities of the minorities. They do most of African. Americans in this enough just anecdotal video. We're showing recently. It is borne out by all this. But. They also do it to poor people. They also do not to write reports, not all protesters. right-wing protesters are put on a pedestal, or you want to come and point weapons at us of course sir. You have Second Amendment Rights Sir You A. Property well..
"martin gucci" Discussed on The Roots of Leadership Podcast
"Try to try to well some things together other because we talk about often. I show that if you can take what you're passionate about well. The to your potential performance increases now today listening to you and what a gift for the listeners. To have you on the show is because now you're putting it into a plan what happens. Let's go back to your comment about all the data that we get course day. We get a lot of data but we don't a lot of information yes and then we got a breaking down right and tried it and try to make sense out of him so if and people will say oh well I'm GonNa try yoga now and then I'm going to write poetry. Then maybe I'll do Peleton and maybe all and they're always swimming to the shiny object you just mentioned then if if other people are impactful in their lives. Oh you should try this do Kito. Oh Do Lecarr oh you know what. So Oh how did you lose your way. Oh I did this so that people are Kasey on a Yoyo snap. You're saying an an integrated program of athletics or anything that creates balance whether it's yoga. Whatever it is because you? You don't just do yoga as you mentioned you. Mentioned in five things right from petting dogs to swimming to walking in nature. He because today people are hearing they're going to read something says go back to nature and be outside more Be More flexible. Drink more water and people were on the show and others are saying to me. How can I possibly do all these? These things will. They don't have to do all these things they just have to do. What you just said one? Does I believe need a mindfulness practice of some sort. Now whether that's yoga or meditation or any of the Mo- martial art or whatever it is they're so many more and more. We need that. Mindfulness practice so that we can ground and be present and ourselves and for for others in the the whirlwind of data and we know of course the benefits of taking care of our bodies with healthy exercise. But you you know what. What's the best exercise for me? The exercise you're going to do consistently so for me. That's that's I. It's healthy for me to do different things. That's why I'm a triathlete and to be outdoors. Can't do everything all the time nor do I need to but I do a lot of things consistently in small small verse the Studio Today with Dr Martin Gucci Executive visor coached learning architect. Someone who's purposely driven leadership and can help people transform when I said how People Transform You do private coaching. I do. What's that like? What's it like for you before we talk about the take the candidates you work with? What are you get out of that? I appreciate that question. Anthony because having transitioned as we touched on earlier from academia academia where I was leading groups of students over the course of adjourning either through one course or several over the course of their career. They're they're tenure with the University to leadership development where I'm designing implementing programs for for teams executives. The coaching piece develop later. Because the skills that I bring us really the holding holding room however it's the same journey me it's it's what is it like. It's it's really joyful an honor to be the person who helps someone. One opened up the gap so when organizations. It's the gap between current state and Future Vision. It's the same thing for an individual and and what's satisfying about it in a distinct way. Not a better way but just distinct from working with groups is the the powerful connection. We're wired for relationship. And it is such the the the close up witness and facilitation Asian of seeing someone identify and breakthrough patterns that had heretofore limited them and get on stock and the freedom that the sort of psychic. Wait that people lose and the courage to go after what they really want and to know more fully who they are. It's it's incredibly energizing and rewarding. He you know when you said that we're wide for relationships and able to Lou. Psychic weight has such a a Visceral Reaction Rate as you hear that. What inspires you morning? Where did it start? was there as a young girl. I mean when when did you get it. You got it right you you figured it out. You're that you're the poster child for someone who got it whether it happened. Thank you Anthony. That assertion honor coming from you Well I think there's two pieces to it in terms of getting it I think one aspect of getting it for every human being is how to how to be me consistently not how to be defined by anything outside of me but who am I how do I be me and I was fortunate to grow up in and beautiful small town on a lake in Connecticut and as every every day I was a door in the summer I swam in that Lake every day and I my memories memories are formed by being out in that lake alone looking up at the sky and feeling the water and that kind of connection to something larger than myself to to nature and the presence that that's continues to ground me to this day and I and we know from all sorts of studies how important it's now called nature therapy but when we were growing up as simply being nature we need. I went up to play. Yeah exactly now. We actually need to the nature therapy. So that's that was just you. You know very fortunate inbred and my own yearning towards that. The second piece is the purpose driven and connecting my purpose to something being larger than myself. So how does that then show up in the world and what inspires me. There's not one person. Anthony comes to mind but people who connect their individual purpose to something larger than themselves in Levick clearly people like Martin Luther King Junior Lake Nelson Mandela Mother Theresa Theresa. We you know it when you when someone is on purpose Recently in a contemporary context to women come to mind Just into our Dan the current Prime Minister of New Zealander her response to the Christ's church shootings. The youngest had a state ever in our in our world and fierce empathetic women and Emma Gonzalez Who just over a year ago? The eighteen year old survivor of the the stoneman. Douglas High School shootings her. Her speech on the Mall March for our lives was one of the most electrifying speeches I believe ever given on the mall of Washington Washington. DC and as. I was thinking about who inspires me in preparation to me for today. I I hadn't made the connection before because it's not primer it to me that they both happened to be you young women that that was. That's not what inspires me. What inspires me is their response to crisis? It happens to be in both those cases male driven violence. They happen to be women it it could as easily have been a man and they are a model for a certain kind of leadership that we need which is incredible empathy. I mean for Emma Gonzalez to speak under two minutes. And then to S- look straight across the mall for four minutes twenty seconds with tears in her eyes but not breaking down likewise we saw just into ardine on on television responding with such such empathy and an end fierce clarity. It's those two things together. It's that relational presence and then a direction and action than assume that that inspires me off. When I asked You the question and you you talked about your childhood? You talked about the child on the lake and early in the PODCAST. You talked about the adult who still swims my. Who is that still swim? You strike me. As as a woman of leadership poo just swims through challenge finds the way that life is probably like a body of water to he was in it. It's always flowing always liquid always moving at a such an astute observation and reflection. I'm really grateful for that. Anthony I I have had a lifelong growth mindset and that's an essential quality I believe of leadership. It's really the capacity to learn from from experience over and over again and now by definition does entail of an adopt ability and fluidity and not to be as we discussed earlier thrown by things. That's different it's it's moving it's knowing one's elemental waters. What nourishes me Oklahoma grounds me and and moving through the body of water that is my that is my life he because we talked about a you know a lifetime building a a growth mindset because there are people that suffer what that fixed mindset that it was whether it got built into them beat into them whatever happened they just can't they can't let it go right and become in gross situation? That's fear it is at the root of it is fear based it is and you know you talked about response the crisis because people. They're listening today. All all face or half Acre will face crisis but if we if if we follow what you said you know my full practice. Coaching beat you iphone auditor would everything. We're doing Renault that we're we're relationship wired. Build a purpose driven life and and swim through the challenges not swimming. Too Shiny objects but swing through the challenges well-heeled in a physical spiritual mental state You make it sound easy. What's hard for you hard for you? The hardest thing thing for me is having moved from academia where I was a senior faculty member in the largest department on campus English and the second largest university. The system in the World State University of New York system had a really good job really good job and I had so many dimensions of team and support that. I wasn't even aware of because I just went for that not to get to a position but simply by following what I love which which was the arts and teaching so having moved from that to to leadership development and that was a combination of family reasons and geographic move that an end this calling to work with leaders who had a spirit of influence that was outside the university in the world and work cross-disciplinary but in in in making that transition which has now been six years it was a transition that took about five years but then practicing fulltime now leadership development or development for six years. I've been doing a lot on my own and hiring individual contractors to to help me out with pieces and so to be it's simply we are better together than we are apart and and so a challenge for me has been to not only be a learning architect and design expert and coach teach and mentor but also to have to learn all all of the other elements of what it takes to run a successful business from it on some level to business development and marketing and and and learn enough not to do it all but to but to find the right people to help me execute it and that sort of self generation and having to wear so many that's hard it and ultimately not sustainable. I'm really a team player and a collaborator. So that that's my special challenge. Tell me about your next book. It's called men and women at work. Provisional title men and women at work could change seven rules for the new a CO creative workplace and it's been a long time in the making but it's particularly speaking to the crisis of leadership and the crisis of Inter gender relationship in the in this era and so it seven roles in that an impacts them and so for example rule. One change your mind about what constitutes a male quality or female quality. We have learned through women entering the workplace in the last enforce ten to fifteen years and we still know that there's of course a gap the leadership level. We've learned that generally we find women to be more inclusive collaborative to have the empathy the listening skills and generally we associate male leadership with being strategic and linear and focused and action. And get it done. Well those are both what I call relational and direction gender by the way. Well we think there is some hard wiring a software and you know again that generally speaking. That's how we've seen men and women generally showing up but a great leader has both and we need both. We need that empathy and that fierce clarity we need to have that relationship and that response and we need to know how to execute you to plant in order to achieve something and so the the first rule for example is change your mind about what constitutes a male and female quality and cultivate both and. Then there's there's several more more the old rule the loudest voice in the room wins. It doesn't work anymore. No new rule the person who knows how to listen and collaborate wins so so so at seven rolls along along those lines before too. Thank you you know I. I as I prepare to transition my role to a different in position I was taking just now by what you were saying Jennifer Mosier. Who's going to be my successor and become the new? CEO for Marsh McClennan here in the northeast taste. People have said to her and I. Oh how wonderful that. Anti successor is a woman a woman leader they say Jennifer is speaking. Sa said we disliked for time we just say a leader without putting gender frame with you But she she's a mazing woman the.