35 Burst results for "Marvin I"

Lions, Matthew Stafford strike quickly with TD pass

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

01:24 min | 2 weeks ago

Lions, Matthew Stafford strike quickly with TD pass

"Have just scored again to make it 14 to 3 Matthew Stafford, connecting with Marvin Jones on a 27 yard pass play. So Stafford with two big touchdown pass, he got 100 yards passing already on five of nine. Ah, Marvin Hall with the 55 yard haul, and now Marvin Jones with the 27 yard touchdown reception from Matthew Stafford. So it's 14 to 3 early second quarter there And, of course, the Giants have a couple of touchdowns. Daniel Jones running it in from 34 yards out and on the fourth down play Wayne Goldman scoring from two yards out just a couple of seconds ago. So Daniel Jones right now. With 43 yards rushing in the Giants for his bed is their offensive line has been in recent weeks have had a lot of success, one of the ball especially you sought against the Buccaneers two weeks ago, and Wayne Coleman, who is started to find his stride. It had taken the Clemson product a couple of years to get going, But in the second half or the last couple of weeks, I should say since since a Quant Barclay went down earlier in the year, he's really starting to pick it up. He has 37 yards rushing thus far. On seven carry. So the Giants out in front by a score of 14 to 3. Carson went so far six of 9 72 yards passing so far for the Eagles, who have just Jake Elliott field goal and through the first Quarter and about a third so far,

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The 'What About Bob?' Test

The Attention Collection

04:43 min | 2 weeks ago

The 'What About Bob?' Test

"Legend has it. There was a stone at the entrance. To apollo's temple in ancient greece and on this stone two words. No thyself is the legend true. I don't know the better question. Is it possible to know thyself. We've been exploring this question as humans for thousands of years through introspection and self examination through religion and mindfulness and therapy. But i tend to think it's not possible to know thyself at least not fully to bump into the borders and edges of who we are but i do believe it's possible to uncover more and more of yourself in the course of everyday life. I think one of the best ways to do this is through connection to other people. I think of the waste. Cs lewis describes the connection of friendship in his book. The four loves he says. Let's say you have. Three friends will call them. A b and c if a dies which dark turn then be loses not only a but as part in see the explains what it means. He says it each of my friends. There is something that only some other friend can fully bring out by myself. I am not large enough to call the whole man into activity in other words. What i spend focused time with my wife or one of my children or a family member a best friend one on one time. Which is the closest connection in the world. Because these are people i cared deeply about how even if i give them my full undivided attention. I will still be unable to experience them in their fullness. And why is that. Because i'm only experiencing the part of them that i draw out of them now. If we added another person into the mix someone else that they cared about they would change right in front of me because that person would draw out another part that i don't have access to another part that we don't connect on i'll take it further a while back. My wife threw a surprise birthday party. I had no idea was coming and she brought together. This group of my friends who don't have much experience around each other in a few days after one of my close friends somebody who knows me. Very well mentioned. He'd never seen me laugh that way before. And that i. I was confused as trying to like go back in time in revisit the night and then i remembered who was there and it made perfect sense. My friend larry was there sitting right next to me. And there isn't a person on the planet who makes me laugh like him and you can probably relate to this right you get around certain people and they bring out that other side of you. That element of mischief that twinkle in your eye you tend to get in trouble with that group or you have more fun with that group and it's not because you're being fake or putting on a show. They're pulling something out of you just by their presence. Because people bring out different elements of you elements you might not even know you possess until they arise getting around others is one of the best ways to figure out what you have kicking around inside. That's a wonderful thing. It's also a little scary because we might be surprised by what we find so this brings us to the. What about bob test but first a little context if you haven't seen the film what about bob is a comedy from the early nineties about an esteemed psychiatrist and the patient who follows him in his family on vacation. Bob is the stalker patient. Played by bill murray and when he meets with his new psychiatrist. Dr marvin played by richard dreyfuss. His introduction is direct keeps it real the simplest way to put it. I have problems. He goes on to describe. Ocd panic disorder with agoraphobia. Hypochondria multiple other phobias and a list of other struggles.

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Confesions by Kanae Minato

Books and Boba

04:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Confesions by Kanae Minato

"You're listening to books and bobo. Oppo club podcasts. Between books by easing american doctors are marvin gaye and angrier. And we're here today to talk about our october. Twenty twenty book club. Pick confessions by name and knoxville translated by steven snyder. Who re-re you picked. You picked a doozy for spooky twenty twenty. It really was the perfect read for for spooky month. In my opinion yeah. This episode should be released on election. Day twenty twenty. How are you feeling as we enter this potentially new era. I've just been trying not to think about it. I submitted my ballot a couple of days ago. And i'm like well. It's i don't know it feels kind of hopeless but you know you're i don't now i don't know i feel i don't wanna i don't wanna think about it. I like when the results come out. I'm still skeptical on. How much can change. How much damage control do yeah. Oh at least we can still escape to our books as a resident alien from canada. I'm counting on all you people to To us that's right. You can't vote. I voted for the first time when a moved to california. Because i didn't become naturalized until i was like twenty one twenty. Which very like my this is only like my second election because because the last election the first very first one i voted for was trump versus clinton and wow. I was appointed by the results of it my first election. I vote and i was like. Wow i feel like my vote. Didn't cout of but that's democracy for you right. I mean did count. it just didn't count enough. Yeah i know because of the electoral college or some bullshit like our international listeners are going to just be so continue. No i think they understand. Also what's at stake here. I mean everyone knows the situation that our country is an and yeah so Those of us in the future. How's it over there. I hope i hope it's I hope it's not as bleak but yeah Quick reminder that we're gonna be talking about the whole of confessions by claiming not so so that includes spoilers and since this book is kind of like a crime thriller. You definitely don't want to get spoiled before you get into it so make sure you read the book before coming back listening to our discussion. Yeah i would put this in the same category as never let me go. I'll just go into it as cold as possible and then come back and listen to us and it's a pretty quick read only about two hundred and thirty five pages for a novel. It's relatively short so you can probably knock it out in a day or two and back. Okay so we're we're gonna move on tear discussion. Yeah marvin what have you heard about this book before. Because it you know it was an international bestseller. It was extremely popular in japan. It sold millions of copies. And there's a movie based on this book as well. So have you heard about this book before. Going in actually haven't so this is my first time exposed to this I guess you can call source material. actually didn't know there was a film Yeah it's directed by tetsuya kashima. Who is a pretty well known director and it debuted at the toronto international film festival back in twenty ten and it got a lot of critical acclaim so i have not watched a movie and interested in how they adapted it. Yeah i mean it is a form of story that is somewhat familiar in asian media tropes which is like the revenge story right like we've seen this before in like the korean cinema. A lot of japanese films anime manga light novels also feature stories that like kind of focused on revenge right like the wrong party. Getting their justice is probably one of the darker ones of these that i've read

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"marvin i" Discussed on Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds

Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds

07:50 min | Last month

"marvin i" Discussed on Rivals: Music's Greatest Feuds

"And feuds and long simmering resentments between musicians. I'm Steve. I'm Jordan a rolling stone recently proclaimed what's going on by Marvin Gaye the greatest album of all time. So today, we're going to look at the complicated relationship between Marvin and Motown boss Berry Gordy, and they battled over the decision to release that record and also many other records and many other things they were always at each other's throats over the years that Marvin was on the label. The story about a visionary artists battling record label for creative control is a tale as old as the music business but this really is a version of that story told on the grand scale because the stakes are so high I mean I one hand, you have a man who prided himself on essentially building the pop music factory of all time in Motown in which he was the ultimate artur who picked the singers, the songs in the musicians and anither hand you have this visionary tortured. Genius who wants to make his own statement about the state of the world and set it to music that will progress beyond the formulas of Pop music it truly is an epic battle. The thing that really fascinates me so much better relationship is that it transcends the sort of artist label, brass relationship Marvin married Berry's sister for reasons that definitely had at least a tinge of machiavellian opportunism. So they were literally family and more of them in many ways like a mentor and father figure but. As, we know Marvin's relationships with his father figures could be combative and At least this one was more fruitful and way less tragic than his relationship with actual. Dad. Man. Yeah. That's for sure I mean Morgan Gabor's his dad would be a much darker episode. So let's pivot away from that. Let's look at Marvin Gaye versus Berry Gordy. Let's get into this mess. Marvin Gaye was born just outside of Washington DC to a very, very strict Pentecostal Minister Marvin Gaye senior who which is brutally beat him as a boy for like minor offenses in and he would say to him I brought you into this world I can take you out and he made good on this promise in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four it just beyond tragic I mean. Mervyn's own mother admitted that Marvin Gaye senior never really wanted him in questioned whether even ever loved his son. So relations between them were not great and they got worse when Marvin senior lost his job many jobs actually in sort of descended into alcoholism throughout Marvin's childhood. So the only time is really any harmony between the pair was when they sang together at the local church. I don't think can be overstated that Marvin. Gay's dad was a total monster. I mean, I saw this documentary in which Marvin sister tells the story about how they're dead would rattle the buckle on his belt before he beat his children. Psychologically, terrorize them I. mean this is like he's like the guy in saw. Hunting. Yeah. It's awful it clearly, that would have an emotional effect on anyone, but it really impacted Marvin. Gaye and we're GONNA see that as this episode unfolds just the Father Son dynamic that he would seek out like throughout his life in his relationships you know you'll Margaret he was like this free spirited kid he was an artist he was rebellious and his father would tell him you're not mine you have the devil in you. Just, just just awful treatment from his father and it really divided him in half to David. Ritz wrote this incredible biography about Marvin divided soul that really sums it up i. mean it really just felt cut in half between you know the church that he grew up in and sort of the sensual pleasures of the secular world and yeah, he was definitely he was tortured man and it really starts here in his childhood with his Dad and his dad kicked him out regularly and I guess finally when he got kicked out one too many times. Marvin joined the Air Force and he quickly realized that being in the military was even more oppressive unlimited his dad. So he apparently faked the mental illness to secure discharge and to make money to make rent. He he sang and played drums in local bands, and he was gigging as a backing singer for people like Chuck Berry and a guy named Harvey Fuqua and he made his first recordings with Harvey and a group called Harvey and the Moon Glows and they're on youtube there's a song called Mama Lucci which I think is Marvin's first. Appearance on record as a singer as a lead singer and it's really interesting. Definitely, check it out. So Marvin moves the Detroit with Fuqua after Harvey. The moon glows split in one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty gigging around town as sort of a working session musician, and he's booked to play a Gig at the motown records company Christmas party and that brought him in contact with Berry. Gordy was apparently so impressed that he basically decided to sign him on the spot. You'll berry. Gordy was only ten years older than Marvin Gaye which isn't that great of an age difference but it seems like from the beginning he had this almost patriarchal role in Marvin Gay's life and I think it has a lot to do with just the natural authority that Berry Gordy had I mean Gordy to me is that archetype of like the manifest destiny great American. You know that we we've seen throughout history he's like the Daniel Plain view of soul you know. He's going out into the desert and he's GonNa find oil he's become a millionaire only he's in the desert of Detroit, and it's going to be with music, and if you look at his early life, there's these series of formative events that you can see really form his outlook as an artist because he was an artist, he was a songwriter and also as a businessman like for instance, when he was a kid he was. Selling newspapers in the black part of town. It was a black newspaper and he had the idea one day that he was going to go into the White neighborhood and sell this newspaper and he had tremendous success. He made twice as much money as he normally would and the next day he decided oh I'm going bring my friend with me and because I, want him to share my good fortune any found that when there were two black kids selling newspapers in the white neighborhood that he didn't make any money at all and the lesson that he learned there. Was that one black kid is charming to white people and two black kids can be frightening or off pudding. So that's one lesson that he learns. Another lesson that he learned is that when he's a little bit older, he loves music and he decides he's GonNa open a record shop and he's a huge jazz fan. So we decided that he's going to focus on selling jazz records, but he finds that people don't WanNa buy jazz records. They WANNA buy pop and RB records so his record store goes out of business. So that's another lesson that he learns and then After his record store goes out of business, he has to get a job. So we goes to the auto plant. He's working on the assembly line, and there he can observe this idea cooked up by Henry Ford about the assembly line. This is a way that you can efficiently and relatively cheaply turn out a lot of high quality product and make a lot of money in the process. So from these lessons, we can see from selling newspapers he learnt something about the prejudices of white audiences from the. Experience, the record store he learns the taste pop audiences and that the rodel plant, he basically learns the way he's going to be operating as the head of motown like he's going to operate motown in the same way that Henry Ford built cars we're gonNA turn things out according to a formula you know dictated by this sort of mastermind businessman and we're going to become rich in the process. It's also important to know to kid barry was a boxer too. You have all this business acumen wrapped up in this like pugnacious like Bantamweight Guy Too. So that I feel like the boxing element also colors is approach to know how we approach is business deals to what I mentioned that he was a songwriter and in one of his most famous songs that he wrote early in his career is the song money which was a hit for Barrett strong I believe, and then the Beatles covered it and it's just become a. Soul Standard. But you just think of the course of that song you know money is what I want you know and there's an irony to that there's a you know sort of an ironic message about America and capitalism in that but it seems like in a way that you could just take that at face value terms of Berry Gordy his belief like he wanted to be rich.

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The Parents Are Not Alright

Latino USA

07:11 min | Last month

The Parents Are Not Alright

"I'm in the virtual studio today with producer Ginny Moon Hey Jeannie I'm waving to you all the way from Harlem, Hey Maria, I'm in Queens. So Jeannie were talking about our favorite topic today parenting, right? Yeah and parenting in twenty twenty is a whole new level parenting. You know what I have adult children now. So honestly, I am so thankful that I do not have to be raising little kids during this time I just can't imagine. So what have you been doing because how old is your little boy now Medina's turning three it's been an adventure I don't know how else to put it. But in this adventure, you're not really going anywhere, right? No, it's an adventure within the four walls of our apartment. So what's it been like like? How do you even manage it I don't some days and some days I do. I had to cut back to part time. So when everything shut down I, just tried to manage the best I could. But it became too much I. was burnt out I was trying to work at night I was trying to work in his nap times and also like switching gears from mom to try and. Write an email or work I can't multitask again if I have a toddler running around in the background running my life like he's the boss, I can hear my in the background saying Mommy's. But yeah, you just Kinda deal with it. Yeah. I have to say in the beginning the only way I made it through, was my coffee in the morning and passing the torch to the wine that I would have to the day. I know you're tired genie as a parent but the thing is, is that when people are tired, they're like, oh, my God the last thing I want to do is go to work but for you, you're like I'm tired I really WanNa go to work yeah. Because I just WANNA. Work without distractions like how many times a day do I have seen running in here and being like me and like L. And he wants to play and like. Hangman. And it's nice. I had review. On some level, but I really just want to focus for an eight. Hour Day Without a distraction and it's because it's really hard to switch gears feel like women are good at multitasking. But this is not one of those scenarios I wanNA parent when I need to parent and I wanna work when I need to work I can't do both at the same time. So. This whole thing about the schools being closed down like New York City like they try to never close the schools down, right? Yeah. So the fact that they did shut down and they shut down all around the country poses a really big challenge because. Not, everybody can set up for remote learning I mean not everybody has Internet. Some kids only get their meals if they're going to school so. It really has been a challenge on a lot of different levels. So you decided that you like all parents you're like, okay I need to talk to other parents and commiserate and think and see how other people are doing it. So you didn't gather a group of parents I guess virtually right? Yeah I did because there's been a slew of articles about the mental load that everybody is dealing with as parents because you're not meant to do both things at once like you can't parent and work full-time that's why childcare exists and none of this was meant to be a long term solution. But I do want to say before we start that even though we have all been affected by the pandemic, all of us participating in today's roundtable have been fortunate enough to still be working in some format. So we're all healthy and we're all grateful for that but we're barely hanging on by threat. So here we go. I want to welcome from Dallas Texas we have. dinty Cabanas. Hi. How are you? Thank you for having me. So glad you're here I have Joe Marvin Tura from Richmond California. For having me and I have to Haida Alencastro from Orlando Florida. Hey thank you. Teeny. Thanks for having me and just the disclaimer everyone knows to hide it and I have actually known each other for like twenty years. So no surprises there little bit. All right. So I just want to quickly go around the virtual room. And tell me about your kids what you do. This is our Sia I am in Dallas. As you said, I have two little girls wind will be ten in three weeks. The other one will be four in two weeks. And I for fulltime digital marketing manager for. Mary. Kay Corporate here in Dallas Great Jomar. Hi I'm Joanna and I'm in Richmond. That's you know the bay area and my little one is turning three months and I teach elementary school. So juggling the new definition of a teacher and first time parent has been very, very interesting adventure. Into Haida. I have two kids. My son is ten years old and my daughter is about to be eight and a few weeks and I am a systems engineer for Lockheed. Martin but I work from home. So I've been A. Since two thousand and five. Okay. So we're going to start from the beginning. I think I mean I don't know about the rest of you but I think we all were kind of like Oh. This is going to be a few weeks we can do this. No big deal, but walk me through personally what? Each of you guys had to go through and like what kind of plan you came up with to get by for the end of the school year. Well for us like all of you we've had to adjust we did not work from home originally We were released for spring break and never came back. We were told we were going to stay. And do you learning and so it was a shock I'm not gonNA live my husband and I freaked out a little bit. But then we had to pivot really quickly. Right what are we going to do? Do we have the right equipment to we have the right setup at the House Both of our kids are in the same school. So that was one good thing because it was need to everybody. So the school they know what they were doing. We know what we're doing the girls were like what's going on? So the ambiguity of it all was really challenging for all of us. But we just started getting a routine down our dining room became our command center. So I would say the first two weeks were horrible I'm not GonNa lie but I think we've all pivoted. Can and so I was pivoting at home I was pivoting at work. And even with myself like how am I going to take time for myself and you know lose it But I'm not allowed I'm sure I'm not a lot. Of. This

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7 bars along Washington DC’s 14th and U streets set to close next month

Toby and Chilli

00:24 sec | 2 months ago

7 bars along Washington DC’s 14th and U streets set to close next month

"And you streets will close for the foreseeable future. On Halloween. They are American ice Company, the Brixton Echo Park, El Rey, the Gibson, Marvin and Players Club. The brothers, who all those restaurants say they fought for six months to keep the business is going through the cove. It 19 pandemic and the American Lung Association is ranking D. C is a top city that would really

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NRA Issues F Rating To Bugs Bunny For Tying Up Guns Into Pretzel Shape

The Topical

02:46 min | 2 months ago

NRA Issues F Rating To Bugs Bunny For Tying Up Guns Into Pretzel Shape

"In the wake of new. York. Attorney, General, Latisha James's lawsuit against their organization. The powerful National Rifle Association is clapping back. I. Think I'm using that right? Anyway. The Guns Rights Organization today issued an F rating to bugs bunny for tying up guns into Pretzel Shapes. For more I'm joined by OPR senior alcohol tobacco firearms and explosive correspondent Marcy Hammond mercy. What was the NRA's thinking here while the NRA reserved. The F. rating figures at deems is particularly harmful to the rights of gun owners and leadership believes that bugs his long history of firearm destruction qualifies him. Here's how NRA deputy spokesperson Rhonda mcdaniel. Explain their decision time and time. Again, we have seen this radical agitators seeking to curtail the Second Amendment Rights of Elmer Fudd and Yosemite Sam by twisting their lawfully purchased firearms into a big bowl and the NRA has had enough. Now let's be clear. Bugs is a beloved cultural figure with relatively little political sway is it really in line with Americans interest for a gun lobby to be targeting him round the NRA certainly thinks. So while the organization has been weakened over the years due to lawsuits and falling public opinion they signal, they'll be devoting considerable resources to getting what they call a no. Good Rascal Rabbit here's mcdaniel. Again, if these sort of left distant imitation tactics prevail, we're looking at a future where government agents can just come to your home while you're sleeping and bend your gun into a youth shape or jammed the barrels with carrots coastal elites like bugs bunny may be okay with that outcome, but real Americans will never stand for it mercy. Some have accused the gun right's organization of not caring about tune rights they pushed for decades to deregulate bazookas. Dynamite sticks coming from the ACME company. That's true. But the NRA would point you to their a rating for Marvin, the Martian. For providing what they call a sterling example of responsible gun ownership. Sure. But do they have any other tactics to push back against what they see boxes anti-gun stance while the F. reading a tactic in and of itself of course. But beyond that NRA leadership announced, they'll be launching a public pressure campaign encouraging members to email and tweet bugs bunny to tell him actions are harming the American way of life. They're also lobbying Congress to remove him from television claiming that he's been brainwashing our nation's children with anti-gun propaganda, and if those tactics are unsuccessful, they have plans to draw big angle on his head. To, imagine that this separating didn't sit very well with everyone. That's certainly true. Leslie several gun control groups have spoken out against the move with MOMS demand action launching a new ancient stinker ad campaign targeting the NRA. Responded not personally, but a spokesperson reached out to tell reporters quote meet me. Okay. Then Marcie please keep us updated. That's OPR's Marcy

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The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?

ESPN Daily

07:25 min | 2 months ago

The National Anthem in Sports: What's Next?

"If you got an a time machine four years ago and set it for twenty twenty, your eyes would get wide for all kinds of reasons and the site of full teams superstars kneeling during the anthem with support from their coaches and owners and leaks. That would be one of the most startling. Players coaches. Game officials alike, all taking me in Orlando, our full moment before the game during the national anthem all of the players wearing black lives matter shirts most of them taking a knee including Naperville Central Alum Casey short and team made Julia. Earth's clearly emotions running high for both of them in that moment with a moment of silence here and respect pre-game in support of social justice seventeen different Texas rangers players took a knee during that moment including meadow door Robinson. Torino's NFL is kicking off tonight and whether you cosigned the venue of his protest or not Colin Kaepernick did prove something that both sides of the aisle can agree up. There is no ritual more sacred in American sports than the. Star spangled banner. It would be crazy to underestimate how it makes us feel. Fans as citizens on all kinds of levels, and if you're a musician performing the anthem, I'm testing the microphone check one, two, your the one who channels almost emotions and identities in that pregnant moment. Can you hear that John Batiste is from New Orleans. Say Julia. Grad. Who among many hats leads the band for the late show with Stephen Colbert. His latest take on the national anthem played before the first game of the NBA Restart in Orlando back in July. When players took the court amid questions of how they keep the focus on social justice from inside the bubble. Tonight's presentation of the national anthem has been recorded by musician producer activist and Louisiana Native John Booties. This great to be here. Thank you for having me. So I wanna know what went through your mind when you're contemplating how to perform this particular song at this particular moment. What did it mean to have this opportunity to remotely address this community amid a broader social movement in our country? Asking these questions of how we fit into society and what? Society owes us in what society continues to maintain the status quo have been questions that I've been wrestling with prior to. All of the social unrest that we're seeing. Wrestling with these questions in dealing with the dice, sport influences of black music and really chronicling my own personal experiences, a black man in America and as a musician from the south, and you know this this moment presented itself. And it really felt organic to step into it. The anthem really being this combination, this historical document if you will in our country. There's also there seems to be a flavor of like to my on educated yearly southern rap kind of feeling the beats that you put in there. There's the orchestra sound of drums. There's maybe some Hendrix. So I just want you to clarify what went into your arrangement. Era Pablo you heard a lot. So many strains of the black American experience. Me Bay from the south ahead of bounce being. That is something that I grew up here in all over the streets in New Orleans. I. Picked up the Guitar Midway through with this kind of nod to Jimi. Jimi Hendrix version from. Woodstock The Blues Music which came from sharecroppers and slaves that then evolved into rock and roll and RB. Adding that to the anthem with the classical timpanist and the cello being the counter line to what I was playing on the piano. Gives it this epic quality that I feel? I ask for a deserves. If. They were musicians. What kind of activism would my heroes portray in a moment like this o'hare? And Counter John Lewis. Out Gradually, but we wanted to be free now. mlk My poor little children. Will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of skin but by the content of character, I have a dream. Now, John Is there a particular rendition of the song throughout history that resonates with you. is so many but you have to pick Whitney. You know come on man. Yes. This was at ninety one super bowl at the beginning of the first. Gulf War. In ESPN history of that performance says the NFL wanted Whitney's version sped up and re recorded but. Whitney said No. WIT WITH KNEE HOUSTON. Sings the anthem the way that it should be saw. Law. John I gotta say the Marvin Gaye Nineteen Eighty three NBA all star game anthem that is the one song I have played at a party and people weren't immediately sure what it was, but they were down man it took like maybe ten seconds you realize wait a minute this is the star spangled better I-. Marvins version of the anthem shows you. that. You know. I will culture and tradition to make lemonade. You. Could take something and you could filter it through the black. Experience. And what comes out on other side is just as soulful and is refreshing and as completely dope as anything.

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Madden 21 brings back Colin Kaepernick after four-year absence

Dana Loesch

01:27 min | 2 months ago

Madden 21 brings back Colin Kaepernick after four-year absence

"Everybody loves the John Madden NFL football game. One of the players you can pick up in the game this year is Colin Capper? No, despite the fact that he's not played in the league and a number of years Kaman Kaepernick is in Madden NFL 21 This year. We kind of get Marvin Harrison while I'm at it Is Peyton Manning active. This is a statement from E. A sports as to why Colin Kaepernick's in the game quote. Colin Kaepernick is one of the top free agents and football and a starting caliber quarterback, the team and E a sports along with the millions of Madden NFL fans want to see him back in our game. We've had a long relationship with column to Madden NFL and worked through our past soundtrack mistakes. Well, you know what? Ah, if Aiken pick Colin Kaepernick on Madden is a free agent that I also one of the options pick up like Brandon Stokley. Okay. How about Adam cemeteries? He's still available. I don't It doesn't say if Adam Vinatieri is available, but can we can we all just Take a step back and remember that he lost his starting job to Blaine Gabbert. Right, Colin Kaepernick. Before he became this kneeling icon lost his starting gig to Blaine, Gabbert and the case. You don't know who Blaine Gabbert is. He sucks.

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Bukcs, heat begin Eastern Conference semifinals tonight

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Bukcs, heat begin Eastern Conference semifinals tonight

"Bring on the Miami Heat. Middleton back set out right wing bounced to Marvin Williams out of the corner. Honest three pointer. Why not ABC? Easy as 1234, the alphabet 1 12 to 98. Johannes and the Bucks eliminated the Orlando Magic in five games on Saturday. Now they advance to the Eastern Conference semifinals. To take on the heat. Miami head coach Eric Spoelstra knows his squad is gonna have its hands full trying to guard the MVP. Also, you're going to have to do more prep. But we're not re inventing the whole wheel on how we prepare for a game. So you just get into your routine age, Each opponent is going to present really different challenges. This is a really good team. Obviously an MP player on their team, You're going to do things well. Game one of that. Siri's tips off tonight coverage here on the same day starts at five o'clock.

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4 Wounded in Separate Shootings in Dallas

Kim Komando

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

4 Wounded in Separate Shootings in Dallas

"Let one dead. Four wounded across Dallas early this morning. Here's K R l D's got West. Police answered a call it around 1:18 A.m. in northeast Dallas at the villa del assault of our apartments, police a man tried to enter an apartment without permission and was shot and killed by the resident. No word on whether the resident faces charges in Far East Alice. Alice. The The man man was was shot shot in in the the chest. chest. After After trying trying to to kick kick in in a a door door in in the the 2900 2900 block block of of Healy. Healy. Dr. Dr. Police Police are are questioning questioning the the shooter. shooter. The The condition condition of of the the victim victim unknown. unknown. A man shot in the 7200 block of Marvin D Love at about 4 30. He's in stable condition. No No arrest arrest arrest has has has been been been made made made and and and a a a man man man was was was shot shot shot in in in the the the leg leg leg in in in the the the 9600 9600 9600 block block block of of of Walnut Walnut Walnut Street. Street. Street. Police Police Police have have have provided provided provided no no no other other other details details details in in in that that that incident. incident. incident. Scott List. NewsRadio 10 80

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A Mother & Her Newborn Separated by COVID-19

The FRONTLINE Dispatch

06:08 min | 3 months ago

A Mother & Her Newborn Separated by COVID-19

"I scare. It's so great to talk to you after all this hard work on your film. It's it's it's really good to be here. So thank you so much for having me. Yeah, I. Mean, we're so we're so excited. I know this is your first frontline. So congratulations on making over the finish line with us together. It feels really good I to be honest I'm also a view or an an a big fan. So it's It's a real pleasure to be working with. Such a talented group of people. Thank you. So I I was hoping you could set the scene a little bit for us. This is an immigrant family from Guatemala and the Mother Zoo League. Is close to giving birth to her second child when she's hospitalized with the virus. So what happens next? So it's it's April first and was eight months pregnant and Kobe positive tool doctors determined that he had to be intimated to perform an emergency c section. Baby Mazel was born on April second baby was Kovic negative. The real problem here was that his father Marvin and his seven-year-old brother junior were also covid positive. So there was no way he could go back to that that that environment that was a real problem school. Before it being intimidated solution was able to. Ms. Luciana. Lira Luciana Lira is juniors. Schoolteacher and she said, help my son help my husband and my baby. Massad listen, Marvin I am willing to help one hundred percent I really do not know this family. Zilly just came to the United. States. I think a year ago and Marvin has been here for six years and junior is my bilingual student. And that's how I met them. When we were able to test marketing engineer, they were both Cova nine hundred positive. This baby would've not stand a chance if he went home with his father with Covid nineteen and junior. His, just a preemie baby. I think that that tells you so much about Miss Lewis character and and her her personality for you to receive a phone call like that I really need to take care of my son, my husband and my baby and she did I mean, can you imagine you received the phone call? She thought that it was a joke that that it was a prank I. Mean. What's amazing is actually that was the first footage of your documentary that we saw the really truly remarkable scene with MISL- era and the baby, and you know she's holding the baby and she's telling you this incredible story about why she took all of this on. To be honest I I'm living. Sure how? I was able to get that that access because she was not letting anyone in her house and she told me, Hey, not even my sister is allowed to be in here. And I'm like well, I'm going to try to be. Is Just GonNa be me I'm going to have a camera. Ms Lira trust me I'm going to try to be you know as cautious as I can be. I think just important that you share that story and I think she wanted to share this story otherwise wouldn't have been possible at all. I went to the hospital with Marvin. Wasn't easy because you know he saw his son for the first time. You couldn't even go him. To. US. And it really broke my heart. After going through such a big trauma not even knowing if your wife was gonna make it, do Pakatani communicated to be. A month of. On the Nights at the baby home. Right, maybe. It was amazing seeing those those early scenes that you had filmed. You know obviously, you guys didn't know how this was gonNA turn out and I remember talking to you sometime before mother's Day and you were telling us that maybe Suli we'd get her baby back. I mean you certainly didn't think it was going to go on for as long as it did was actually five and a half weeks. So tell me about the emotional journey that Suli and Marvin her husband were on you know I think that The story was so unexpected and it had so many twists that I think nobody was expecting it Ms Lear thought that she was going to keep the baby for maybe two or three days. It was very emotional to witness the lives of and Marvin all of them were were positive at that time and the pediatrician said if the baby is going to go back home. Everyone in that house need to test negative, otherwise, it can happen. So you can imagine that the minutes felt like ours you know in the our failed like days to them it was really difficult for for for Suli it was very, very difficult for her because she was going through a lot. You know she said that she had night Mertz pretty much every single night and that she she was not able to get any risk at all You know it's not easy. Imagine that that she said, I didn't have a chance to look at my son you know in I just have A. Faded picture of him and that the only thing I know they do a lot of video conferences. So to say, watts up, that was their main way of communication and missle era. You know she was sending videos every day calling them. You know just to make sure that that bond was was still there you know kind of like a virtual bond. That moment, but it's the law of mom. There was a very powerful connection and you can see it when you see in the scene when they when when she's holding the baby for the first time, I mean, it's just an electrifying moment.

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Hiroshima: Atomic Blast That Changed The World Turns 75

WBZ Midday News

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Hiroshima: Atomic Blast That Changed The World Turns 75

"The United States dropped the first of two nuclear bombs on Japan. We are delaying the start of our scheduled program to bring you the latest direct report on the atomic bomb attack on Japan. It was on CBS radio, where Americans heard from correspondents like Webley Edwards report on the bombing of Hiroshima in Guam. We can W. Tibbets Jr of Miami, Florida. Out of the B 29 the first atomic bomb in history. Hired in 1957 former CBS radio correspondent Marvin Kalb worked with the generation of journalists who covered that bombing. Everything was dependent upon what President Truman or his top officials wanted to share with the American people, and that was very, very little. In fact, it would be weeks after the bombing. American journalists would even be allowed to report first hand from the destroyed Japanese city. Steve Dorsey, CBS

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Galaxy Note 20: We Dig Into Samsung's Latest Flagship

The 3:59

02:23 min | 4 months ago

Galaxy Note 20: We Dig Into Samsung's Latest Flagship

"Is new about the no twenty yeah. There aren't any huge notable things where you're gonNA say oh wow this looks totally different or feels totally different or seems totally different This is kind of Marvin iteration from what we saw last year and frankly in innovation from the s twenty lineup So there's The, there's two versions the note twenty in the note twenty ultra The note twenty has a plastic back Samsung went with Matt colors time, which is kind of Nice. We're all interested to see what that actually looks like in person The ultra uses gorilla glass on the front and the back and it has A. One of the big things that we saw happen is in the s twenty lineup there the ultra had this one, hundred x space zoom You know that they demonstrated zooming in like crazy far being able to see things and this time they've paired it back. So now we've only got fifty in the ultra so it's not as big of assume. Which I think is probably ultimately a good thing that was kind of blurry and frankly a little creepy how far you could zoom with your phone. The screen sizes are pretty big one of the things that was really nice about last year's note line was that Samsung had a new note that actually wasn't that big of the note ten was six point three inches this year the note twenty starts at six point seven and then the ultra is six point nine. So you know these are very large phone so. You really appealing to kind of those loyal note fans yellow will be questioned is how much do these phones cost? Yeah. They're not cheap. The. The note twenty is nine, Ninety nine, and then the ultra is twelve, ninety nine. So these are definitely premium phones I think people are going to be kind of looking at the note twenty and saying, okay, this is thousand dollar phone I'm not really getting a lot more than maybe. Beginning from some of the older versions, is it worth it or? Do I pay that extra and get the ultra that has you know kind of. Our specs it just is. More premium device. So we're really going to see what people ended up doing when it comes to making these decisions.

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"marvin i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

06:34 min | 4 months ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Seemed like every move, Marvin senior made was wrong before being bailed out of jail. He was interviewed by the Los. Angeles. Herald examiner. He told the reporter, he pulled the trigger, but swore he thought the gun had been loaded with blanks. He insisted he never meant to kill his son and that he deeply regretted what happened. Yet. When the journalist asked Marvin senior, if he ever loved his son, he responded cryptically. Let's say that I didn't dislike him. The interview was followed by a flood of articles about Marvin senior and his son, most of them focused on. Marvin. Juniors career, his emotional struggle stemming from his father's physical abuse and the altercation that led to his death. Several reporters also mentioned Marvin Seniors tendency to dress in women's clothing and his unceremonious retirement from the pentecostal church. Although numerous articles, included Marvin, seniors, apologies, the juxtapose them with the strange comments he made during his Los Angeles Herald. Examiner interview. Almost, none of them mentioned the brain tumor that may have affected his ability to reason. Public opinion turned sharply against Marvin senior. Nearly seventy years old. He worried he would spend the rest of his life behind bars. On September Twentieth Nineteen eighty-four Marvin senior pleaded no contest to voluntary manslaughter continue to insist he only killed his son in self defense. The photos of his torso, as well as a coroner's report that found traces of cocaine and Marvin, juniors blood served as convincing evidence. Regardless of the years of abuse to which Marvin senior subjected all four of the children he had with Alberta, he successfully spun the story to make himself look like the ultimate victim. Contrary to his wife statements about his lack of remorse. Marvin senior insisted his regret was killing him. He described the entire ordeal as a bad dream that he wished he could wake up from. His attorney Michael Shift said. No one on earth will suffer more than what my client has suffered. Watching Marvin senior play. The victim infuriated many of Marvin. Juniors fans who mourn the iconic singer for months after his death. According to Dr Richard Harris, a cognitive psychologist at Kansas State. University their feelings of grief were likely genuine. Ariza's found that grieving a celebrity can be just as difficult as losing a loved one. Especially when a figure is as iconic as Marvin Gaye was fans can feel a one-sided, but nevertheless intense emotional bond. Harris explains that the death of a famous artists can be particularly challenging for fans because we don't have the social structures or support for grieving the loss of a media character. Many, of Marvin, juniors fans didn't know how to process their feelings. So they lashed out at Marvin senior. They saw him as a cold blooded murderer and vilified him accordingly. But according to members of the gay family, things may not have been as clear cut as they appeared. Some made statements that alluded to a more complicated situation. Even speculating than Marvin junior purposefully provoked his own death. In an interview with Marvin Juniors biographer Jean Gay said I have no doubt that this is exactly how Marvin chose to die this way. He accomplished three things. He put himself out of his misery. He brought relief to my mother by finally getting her husband out of her life and he punished father by making certain that the rest of his life would be miserable. In his own way my brother knew just what he was doing. Marvin senior told his son that if he ever hit back, he would kill him. When Marvin junior swung at his father on that Sunday morning, he may have anticipated his father's retaliation. He knew full well, that Marvin senior wouldn't shy away from violence. On the other hand, it's also possible that Marvin junior was too high on cocaine to care about the consequences of his actions. He may have also believed that his father's age would have prevented him from fighting back. Perhaps deep down Marvin, junior couldn't believe his father hated him enough to follow through on his threats. But whether Marvin junior engineered his death or not Marvin, senior was ultimately the one responsible. And soon, he would face. The consequences. Up. Next Marvin Seniors fate is sealed now back to the story. In the months after fatally shooting his son sixty nine year old Marvin. Gaye senior was a subject of harsh media scrutiny news articles vilified him, and fans of his son denounced him as a murderer. Neglected to acknowledge that Marvin senior had recently undergone surgery to remove a brain tumor and was suffering from alcoholism and depression. His lawyer had successfully convinced the judge to drop his charges for murder to voluntary manslaughter. But the elderly man was still facing a sentence of up to thirteen years in prison. When he arrived at to sentencing November second nineteen eighty-four Marvin senior looked frail in shaky. After hearing his defense and reviewing the photos of the defendants Bruce, torso judge, Gordon Ringer was sympathetic. Because of Marvin Seniors, age and health problems. Ringer believed that imposing any kind of jail time on the defendant would be similar to imposing a death sentence. When. Describing the events that transpired on April first judge rinker reportedly said. The young man who died tragically provoked this incident and it was all his fault..

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"marvin i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"I'm Lena hops, and this is crimes of passion a podcast original. In the legal definition, a crime of passion is violent crime that occurs in the throes of extreme emotion leaving no time to reflect on the consequences. But in this show, we explore how passionate relationship sometimes lead us to criminal activity. How does a husband and wife become killer and victim or killer and co-conspirator? If there's a thin line between love and hate what manipulates our relationships and to deadly results? You can find episodes of crimes of passion and all other park cast originals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts to stream crimes of passion for free on spotify, just open the APP and type crimes of passion in the search. Bar. Last week, we discuss soul singer, Marvin Gay's relationship with his abusive father. No matter how famous Marvin became, he couldn't escape the feelings of inadequacy, his father instilled in. Him. Eventually Marvin became depressed and addicted to cocaine. In late, nineteen, eighty-three, the forty, four year, old musician moved back in with his parents to try and get clean. But. It was far from a healthy environment on the morning of April First Nineteen eighty-four a final argument between Marvin and his father turned violent. We'll talk about Marvin. Gay's untimely death, his father's attempts to justify the murder and the complicated legacy Marvin.

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"marvin i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

01:54 min | 4 months ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"Fight in the Vietnam. War Can State University. Students were shot dead by members of the military. Martin Luther King. Junior delivered impassioned speeches in support of civil rights. Black Americans were dying for their country in war, but still got dirty looks and newly desegregated areas. It was in this spirit, the mixture of profound sadness and hope of dignity in the face of injustice that thirty two year, old Marvin Gaye wrote his most famous album. What's going on? The record was existential, but also political. It solidified him as a serious artist, according to Berry Gordy. What's going on was the greatest piece of work. Motown ever put out, but Marvan had trouble accepting praise for his music. He maintained that the album was divinely inspired, and the fame he received was undeserved. Another symptom of his inescapable sense of inadequacy. In response to the album success, the mayor of Washington DC declared may first nineteen seventy two Marvin Gaye. Marvin came home to perform for a massive crowd of fans including Alberta and Marvin senior. According to Marvin at least on that one day, he felt like he made his father proud. But back in Detroit things were not so peaceful. Marvin used cocaine heavily and Anna discovered he'd been secretly visiting sex workers. She wanted a divorce and she wanted to take more of in the third with her..

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"marvin i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

Crimes of Passion

08:00 min | 4 months ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion

"To keep his musical dream alive Marvin junior wash dishes at a local white only restaurant when he wasn't at work, he kept making music and was soon. Put in contact with songwriter and producer Harvey Fuqua. Are, we saw not only Marvins, obvious talent, but also the soul and vulnerability. The young singer put into his music. Harvey was entranced. He invited Marvin to join his and group Harvey and the new Moon Glows, and two years later, the whole band moved to Chicago Illinois. Twenty year old Marvin was torn over his move away from home. He was glad to get further from his father, but he missed his mother terribly. He wrote to her every two weeks and sent money every month. It wasn't enough cash for her to quit her housekeeping job, but it was something. By nineteen, Sixty, one twenty two year old marvin relocated to Detroit to work with motown studios, heat featured on numerous singles and put out a solo album called the soulful moods of Marvin Gaye, but he had little money to show for it. Berry Gordy motown's founder at the studios. Sign contracts giving him all rights to music recorded under the label. Royalty payments were so small. They were practically negligible. Still Marvin finally felt like he'd found his place. In the world at Motown, it was a black owned business. Creating music overwhelmingly marketed towards black-americans. Back in DC Marvin attended segregated schools and got kicked out of white only parks. MOTOWN was a place for black excellence and dignity, and he wasn't going to give that up. Berry Gordy also became something of a father figure to Marvin. He was strict, but unlike Marvin Senior Berry praised and validated him. Marvin crave this attention, but his need for affirmation made him vulnerable and allowed buried to take advantage of him economically. Berry found a singer who brought in huge profits. Marvin found what felt like a new family. because. He felt so comfortable at motown. Other people who work there rarely saw his insecurity instead they saw an attractive, talented single young man. According to one woman who worked at motown in the early nineteen sixties, everybody had a crush on Marvin Gaye. But Marvin was hesitant to get involved with anyone. He distrusted women who made passes at him, casting them as temptresses, but also worrying that if they did get in bed together, he'd performed poorly. There was only one woman at motown. Who Marvin had is four thirty nine year old Anna Gordy. because she was seventeen years his senior, it would be difficult to argue that marvins attraction to Anna wasn't at least somewhat based on her similarity to his mother. It didn't hurt that. She also happened to be Berry Gordy sister. In June nineteen, sixty three, Marvin and Anna got married. With a seat at the Gordy family table Marvin had more influence over his music than ever before. His Song Pride and prejudice made the top ten on the pop chart, allowing him to cross over from R&B into the popular sphere. Black and white Americans alike were listening to his music with bestselling songs, a well-connected wife and freedom in the studio. Marvin Gaye built his reputation as the Prince of motown. Berry started treating him as a brother-in-law instead of just an employee which meant more money for Marvin. The first thing he did with his new found wealth was by his mother and father, house, in a middle class neighborhood in Washington DC. Marvin could sleep soundly. Knowing his mother no longer had to work. Even though he could afford plane tickets, Marvin didn't visit often. He hated seeing his father and brought up too many old memories too much shame. When interviewers asked where he was from Marvin Answer Detroit Not Washington. Marvins tendency to reject his past is a sign of what psychologists have termed of coping according to a ten year study by the American, Psychological Association. This coping strategy involves cognitive and behavioral efforts Organiz, toward denying minimizing or otherwise avoiding dealing directly with stressful demands. For Marvin, pretending his life in Washington DC never existed was preferable to going through the process of healing his trauma. Although it made him feel better. In the short term avoidance coping actually made Marvin psychological. Health worse. In the study by the APA on stress, coping strategies and depression, a group of five psychologists bound that avoidance coping has been linked to increase depressive symptoms and may actively promote new stressors. In, other words, avoiding dealing with trauma can be vicious cycle. The more one denies their distress, the more problems it causes. The Marvin refuse to acknowledge the extent of internal strife, opping instead to embrace his identity as Anna's husband. After about a year of marriage. Marvin was ready to start a family of his own. He wanted to prove he could be better dad than his father ever was. Anna, now forty three years old couldn't conceive. So in nineteen, Sixty Five, she and twenty six year old. Marvin, adopted a baby boy, who they named, Marvin pence gay the third. The domestic bliss Marvin hope for didn't last long. By the second half of the nineteen sixties, Marvin Gaye was a sex symbol regardless of his private anxieties. MOTOWN wanted to exploit his public image by having him record a series of romantic duets, so he saying ain't no mountain high enough alongside Tammi Terrell. According to Marvin, he and Tami's relationship was strictly platonic. But. Their chemistry was palpable, and Anna didn't like how sultry there onstage performances became. Marvin was admittedly very fond of Tammy after about a year of recording and performing together, he grew to love her like a sister. Then, in October nineteen, sixty seven, he was blindsided when she collapsed into his arms on stage. He rushed her to the hospital or scans confirmed the presence of a malignant tumor in her brain. After a series of surgeries twenty four year old, Tammy died in. March. Nineteen seventy. According to many close friends and family members Marvin was never the same. TAMMY staff through Marvin into a depression. But it also opened his eyes. He realized that he too could drop dead at any moment. Anybody could. Pondering his mortality forced him to analyze his life where he'd been and where he wanted to go. Previously Marvin lived a relatively sober life. He had pop champagne and celebration and smoke the occasional joint, but after Tammy's death he smoked marijuana daily and grew dependent on cocaine to feel energized and inspired. At the same time Marvin's brother left to.

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July 2020 Book News

Books and Boba

05:03 min | 4 months ago

July 2020 Book News

"We're here to let everyone know upheld holly books that you're about to add to your TB are list because. Even though the world seems to have slowed down, due the Cova, the publishing industry has not. and there's there's a there's a ton of book deals in never stops. So. Let's get started. A rewrite wants you tell us about the first book deal all right in a six figure deal. Salaam breeds acquired Hana coughs. Why a novel Queen of the Tiles! When cryptic messages begin appearing on a dead girl, social media account during an international scrabble championship in Malaysia. A girl must investigate the mysterious circumstances of her best friend's death, and uncovered the truth before a would be killer strikes again. Publication is scheduled for Spring Twenty twenty two. This feels like a like a thriller. Yeah. This definitely sounds. Like. It's going to be my jam because it has. Well why? Apple. Grapple murder because of the scrabble, yes. We so well Marvin. Like it sounds really really cool. It reminds me of called God there is this one really bad horror slash thriller movie I watched like a a long time ago. It was about like. This one girl who befriends like this antisocial girl, and then the antisocial girl. she kills herself at, but her social media account is still going, and she's like I. Guess like the Ghost of her is attacking like the girls, other friends and stuff. It was really bad breed, but it kind of reminds me of that. Is that the one where it all takes on the computer screen? Yes. I think unfunded. Right Oh my God. Yeah, you're right. Yeah, what's bad movie? I had a great time. Next up in another six figure deal Thomas and Mercer acquired world. English rights to choose me a standalone novel by bestselling authors, Test Garretson and Gary Braver. The Thriller Follows Boston Detective Francis Frankie Loomis as she unravels the cost of the death of a student intern. More Lewis's investigation uncovers a dark sight of relationships including obsessive. Affair with her professor and mentor. Gets in is the author of twenty nine suspense novels including the Resilient House series, which was adapted for TV BY A T and T. Another murder buck yeah yeah. Also. I don't know Hana's book is about a college student, so I don't know if it's both. Murder Mysteries about college students at Yeah Yeah. I mean this is definitely like if anyone has followed our booklet podcast for any period of time, you should know that we are definitely down for the detective story I think a good half of our book picks out been detected. Fiction earlier feels like it so definitely right up our alley. It's been like maybe a quarter I. Try my best to diversify hard Chandra's at the very least. NEXT UP ABRAHAMS SPOT world rights to Little Red Riding Hood and the Dragon by Ying Chang. Compass Stein illustrated by joy. Hang the picture book. retelling relocates. Fairy Tale in China where it was really the WHO ate little red, not the wolf and read his Account Foo fighter, who doesn't need rescuing publication slated for Spring Twenty twenty three. What do you feel about these like retailing's of? Fairy Tales. I mean, is there. Is there a fairy tale that similar to little red, riding Hood and Chinese culture, there is actually It's a lot darker. which I guess. Fairytales are in general. The versions that we are used to in. I guess. American culture are via highs, version of a lot of these fairy tales right? I remember there is a version of the story Chinese fable. Where there's I think two kids. Who Go visit their grandmothers in the grammar has been replaced by. A wolf or some SORTA creature. And they actually end up eating one of the kids, and I remember because they made the younger brother or sister into like little critters or something. I remember being really really. creeped out what I listen to the story Oh back when I was a kid 'cause he came on the Book fables that came with a a cassette tape, and it would be in Chinese I listen stories, and like this one was extra gruesome, and I remember I. Don't remember the details, but I remember. Like one of the kids got literally chopped up in eight so Yeah, that's not something that's not something. A child should see and yet and yet and yet.

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July 2020 Book News

Books and Boba

05:56 min | 4 months ago

July 2020 Book News

"Back to books and Boba Club in pocket, which impose Asian and Asian American Authors Marinas Marina. And I'm re-re. You and we are here today our mid month episode toward the month of. July July. Twenty twenty. How're you doing? Good I can't believe that we're ready like halfway into July. Honestly if each like just started no right. Also, I realized that because Marvin and I used to record in studio. I used to see Marvin by twice a month in person, but we haven't. We haven't seen each other in like. Ever since March I don't think we've seen each other. It's been. It's been a while I think the last time we saw each other was when we were recording. What was our? Was? Our February book even. Was! It not south no map assault stars. was after I. Think it was May. who was such a long time, we? Can just look it up right now. I'm looking at right now. Because the Internet exists, I don't WanNa be one of those people who don't know how Gorka. Let's see now that there's like this website where you put in a Google Inc and then you send you send it to someone who asks you a question right like they could totally yes. Let let me Google there for you. Yeah, yeah, I back. When I was in Grad School, I was send to. My classmates would ask me dumb questions. They can just google themselves. sat quite a lot. In College as well our February Book Club pick was the kiss quotient. God so the one recorded with your friend Kaitlyn. That was our last the last time we saw each other. That's wow. Yeah. I feel like These past few months has reinforced idea that. I'm. Pretty Okay with staying at home all the time, which is something I didn't really know about myself or didn't remember about myself. What's your? What's your Myer Briggs by the way? I know it's I. I know it's complete bullshit, but. It does give me a good handle on whether someone is a really extroverted or introverted, and so my with the Myers Briggs is like so if I take the test I usually test at an NF, which is like the Uber. But because of the people I work with I'm often forced to take the set characteristics. So people are often surprised that I am at NFP because I was surprised, too. Because you know like your co host used to be Mindy. The. She does now she now does first of all which is. which is one of the PODCASTS Einar podcast collective and Like she's she's definitely like more extroverted. She's an actress, so yeah I was pretty surprised once I started co hosting with you. I thought it was just going to be to interest talking about books. That totally was not the case. The thing with like introvert extrovert is it's not really. Outgoing. This isn't the it's a trait of extroverts, but it's not. It's more of a symptom than like a core thing, right extroverts just means I. IF I'm out with people are like I can stay up all night. socializing gives me energy instead of expending energy I. Mean I think that's the core difference so? but but what I found is I do gain energy from socializing even online with people so I don't need face to face to be energized and the complete opposite for for. I mean like my Myers Briggs is on twitter, so a lot of people probably know already, but I am I've tested as I N T J. and. socializing is definitely not my strong point. Every time I do go out to Asian American like shindigs. People are always surprised that I'm there. 'cause tonight, because I, really I. Really don't go out. I'm pretty much a unicorn if you see me out in about. So I definitely adapted to the whole self isolation thing. Better than others I mean it helps. There's a lot of media to enjoy at home so I've been seeing a lot Final fantasy like the past. The past three weeks. Grace I recently I talked about this on some of the other pockets that I'm on I binged content this past week, so I washed the old guard, and that I watched all three seasons of dark, I watched the first season of umbrella academy I watched both current seasons of food wars, the the horny food anime, and then I went online and read the rest of the Manga series, so it's been Dan Marvin. I have unhealthy binge habits, which is why I try not to binge as much as possible because. Once I start something I will finish it. It's like it's not even it's not even a of a question. And then I'll spend the next ten hours reading pieces and analysis, so which is why like when you were watching killing eve as it was airing. It definitely curbed that addiction. I know but I've phone behind killing eve so now I have a whole season to binge later, so it's so good Marin about that So good. Yeah, I mean. It's the same with books to write I typically read books in like s few sittings as possible because. A because I have zero self-control, and if you give me the chance to just stay up all night and read something and free or something. I will take that chance

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Bristol removes statue of BLM protester that took slave trader's place

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

Bristol removes statue of BLM protester that took slave trader's place

"In Bristol, England, have removed the statue of a black lives matter. Protester erected where the statue of a slave trader had stood for 125 years. Bristol Mayor Marvin Reese says the removal decision wasn't based on sentiment making decisions based on running a very Uh, nearly half a 1,000,000 people with ongoing issues of race inequality on over presents a structural of institutional racism as beef as as is across the rest of the country. Weeks ago, protesters tore down the statue of Edward Colston and then an artist named Marc Quinn fashioned a sculpture of activist Jenn Read early yesterday it was placed on the plant where the Coulston statue had stood.

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Evolving Care and Closing the Access Gap to Addiction Treatment

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

04:21 min | 4 months ago

Evolving Care and Closing the Access Gap to Addiction Treatment

"I'm your host William Moyers today I'm proud to introduce our guest president and CEO mark. MIC welcome mark thank you. You well I'm glad to be glad you're here too hard to believe. You've been the presidency now for twelve years. It's amazing time flies when you're having a good time. And of course we look back on retrospective, but we want to look forward here in the future of of addiction treatment and here we are at the Betty Ford Center in the winter of two, thousand and twenty. And this podcast, hopefully we'll have a nice long shelf life, so we'll have to look out even further than just the next couple of weeks. But what do you see in the years ahead? When when it relates to what we at Hazelton? Betty, Ford, we'll be delivering in terms of treatment. Well it. It's a great question There will be I. think tremendous changes coming in the field. In the clinical model in the way we deliver care and I think we're GONNA. See A lot of change has to do with virtual care and telehealth now virtual care are telehealth spin around for many many years, and it's been delivered in a lot of different settings. What hasn't happened, though is the treatment world the treatment of substance use disorders hasn't. Hasn't really grabbed onto. It the way it's going to happen. In the future the the population that's coming up the young, the young men and women who will be moving into work will be suffering from substance use disorders in the future have a very different way of approaching the world than when I do. They use their phones they. They user devices. They are comfortable on them, and so how we meet them meter patients where they're at in the future part of that has to be that we are very good at and understand what parts of the care that we deliver can be delivered virtually what parts of the care that we deliver can be delivered over a telephone How can our? Our patients access content access lectures on demand. That's going to be really critically important going forward so that so that's one thing that's going to happen the second thing that's going to happen. Is that I really do believe we're in a stage now where we're gonNA, have a real shaking out of the field I think that because of the. Requirements to invest in Electronics Isla chronic health record to invest in virtual care to upgrade your facilities to participate in health insurance. A lot of the treatments centers out. There won't be able to do that. They don't have the capital to do it. They don't have the the expertise to be able to move into the insurance world and so I. Think we're going to see A. A lot of centers that are going to close or merge with that'll do for us is GonNa to put even a heavier demand for our services. We are going to see as we're seeing today. a continued escalation of people coming to us for Karen, service, so this organization going to need to invest in of all things, bricks and mortar. There's no question about it. and And we've got a plan here. For the Betty Ford Center we've got plants throughout the Organization for the next five years, but looking well into the future people attending treatment in person is not going away. It's the preferred modality you know. Addiction is a disease of isolation, so people need whenever possible the Common Person and so there'll be a high demand on our on our sites to be able to provide more and more care, no question about it. One of the things that's happened in the evolution of the way we deliver cares. There has been a surge under your leadership in outpatient. Can you talk more about the role? That outpatient will play in the future? Sure our our chief medical officer Dr Marvin. Sepla told me when I first. First started here that ninety percent of the people who get care for a substance use disorder do it on an outpatient basis. And at that time we really had no outpatient services. So I'm pleased to say. Today's sitting here this morning. About of four patients three of them are getting services on an outpatient basis in the organization in one out of four are getting on A. A residential basis, and that's the way that it should be so outpatient is critically important for access for people to be able to Get Care in their neighborhoods where they live for an affordable price, and that's what outpatient patient allows us to do.

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Darkened duty-free shops are fueling a worldwide chocolate glut

Fox News Sunday

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Darkened duty-free shops are fueling a worldwide chocolate glut

"Before Cove In 19 there was a global shortage now, due in part to the slump and travel, the deficit has turned to surplus, according to Bloomberg reporter Marvin Perez. Locally that man is being heard in many places, in particular in airport duty free shops and on cruises, where you would typically get a couple of placing appeal at night is not happening. Morris says The postponement in cancellation of events such as weddings has also reduced demand. Partially offsetting those declines has been an increase in in home. Chocolate demands were baking more home. They're making more chocolate cakes at home, and I have helped some companies like her. She navigate the situation. But chocolate prices are not falling, Perez says some major cocoa producing nations of raising prices to boost farmers incomes, and that's forced chocolate makers to swallow a bitter pill. Paying more for their key ingredient while being unable to charge consumers more. Larry Kowski Bloomberg

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"marvin i" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

09:04 min | 7 months ago

"marvin i" Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix

"What is your thought process after that fight love and told me after that fight that he had fail of boxing so I knew the whole history of Hagler since the hearns fight and I knew that there would be no way that I could persuade Marvin otherwise right away because ray was up for another fight because he would be getting more than eleven million which was incredible money. God knows what that fight with. Would've done because it was a the still the era of closed circuit boxing. But something was now coming rearing its head which was a review so as the cable universe was expanding. Most of them were equipped to do pay per view. So now we were looking at riches beyond anybody's imagination so it made all the economic sense but I knew enough in Marvin made is minded up. You don't argue now around a year later. I'll never forget. Caesar's palace was doing event was like a tribute to boxing In a at Caesar's palace and had at lead it and landed hearns Duran Hagler. Everybody was they all dressed in Tuxedos and at one point while you know in the sitting around before the the dinner I was standing next to ray and Bought go over and talk to Marvin and tell them not to be dope. Do the rematch will make a lot of money. And so of course I did. I went over and I said Marvin. I've been talking to Ray. And Ray said you gotta do the rematch. There's a fortune to be made and Marvin looked at me at the coal way that you could look at somebody. And he says Bob Tell ready to get a life. And that was the end. I knew from that point on there would be no rematch no rematch but no fights either for Hagler after that. I mean you've seen so many fighters bob retire. Unretire change their mind years after the fact what was it about Hagler that that kept him away and did it surprise you that he stayed away. No Marvin was hackel. And when he made up his mind he was stubborn. Aski- and other than a great depression that would wipe out the fortune. That I mean Marvin one showed me. I mean I'll never forget it. A A but pious book that you had from a savings bank was a savings and loan bank. We had put a purse that he had made one of his early not early. fights Tough Philadelphia fights and his purse or his end of the purse was like twelve thousand dollars a lot of money and he showed me that pass. We had had taken out any. Obviously he went in every yet so that he could see. The interest building in that account. Marvin was Agata when Marvin retired. He had a tremendously large. Nestle really really lodged AMAC yet the list the taxes nineteen million dollars from the Leonard Fight Ten million from the Hearns fight you know six million from. I mean he had money and he he he lived like he was still making a couple of thousand dollars to fight. He had to pay got divorced from his wife at that point but they eat. He only had that. I don't think he had a an agreement that prenuptial agreement but he had cost him three million dollars much. Kill Them but everything in his bank account everything he not only never touched but he never touched the interest on the money never so that he lived off particularly in England they loved him in the UK and he would go and make speeches and they say. Now you know I love Margaret Meant a lot to me and so I would always invite a Mavin To a major fight you know particularly later on When we were doing Fights with the four men. Oscar de la Hoya and and he say oh. Thank you bobby said but I need to. I listed is for myself and my why which was not unreasonable. And One ten thousand twenty thousand thirty thousand Fight as Machen. I'm happy to buy. I'm not happy but I'll buy the first place but I ain't GonNa pay you to come to the fight. You're not going so many ticket when he wouldn't go anyplace unless he was raised for periodically being based in Boston. I see him at a Celtic game from time to time always dressed in a very nice suit and and looking like you said. He's got every nickel still still back account or right and and and and you am Marvin. What is close to sixty now? Must be leased it probably over and he looks now is in such shaped like getting the ring tomorrow. I mean the one thing see people always made a mistake once he retired particularly when he went to Italy started. Making these spaghetti. Westerns was like a big I. I mean I'll tell you another story but anyway Marvin was a The kind of guy that went to the gym every day and you know really worked out work. Marvin did everything were taught. And so people do it as going to make a comeback because such great shape and I knew different that he would let me tell you a funny story we. I was doing at Middleweight Championship. I believe it was James Toney against Mike McCallum. I believe that it was the fight. I'm not sure and though I want I wanted Marvin Great middleweight champion. To be part so I made a deal with Marvin That he would come in and we do it. We're doing a press conference in Boston. And then we're GONNA do a press conference in New York and Marvin would Assists peer at the press conferences. Thought it would be good for the promotion so now we get. The Boston and Marvin comes into the press conference in Boston. Any has like a overcome over his jacket like the Italians with and he starts talking to me like with thick Italian accent. I said Marvin married spent time as okay. I said Marvin tomorrow getting on a plane at you know. Take the shuttle from Boston to New York about ten o'clock and we do the press conference in. I do not go to the press conference in New York. Be Talking like an Italian guy because my Bambi knows that he had spent diamond at looked at him. I said Marvin I hide you. Dealt with the promotion not veto in the firm. I think but he never went the New York incredible. Hey everyone I'm John. Wartime senior writer at sports illustrated in our new podcast record. We're opening up more than sixty.

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"marvin i" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

Spanish Aquí Presents

01:51 min | 10 months ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Spanish Aquí Presents

"Have Marvin levels. WHO's please don't mess that up? Lamb not Li Li mess and we have Linda Yvette Chavez. They say it's always easier to Spanish. Messed up and said I listen for some. I heard his name as a white man Marvin Lima's eastern on in April. You Arabic I'm like did you guys meet you. Knew His name before you met him. Yeah I got an email there like this guy on away. Francisco Velazquez from film independent project involves introduces US looking for Co writer for a hint that the digital digital series So the email he sent me was his name was Marvin. I read it as Lima's You know one hundred percent never seen that name before I I very formal to like all right. WHO's this white man writing about? Ucla then explaining yeah. Let's see what happens when I met. My name is very uncommon and I went by Brian. My whole life like Marvin Irving Bahrain's my middle name with a why were you told me this And so I went by Brian. My whole family still calls me Brian. If I go home after like hanging out with my family for Verde all like start writing. My Name. Is Brian After College. I decided to start going by Marvin just because like Linda was saying when you Google her. Yeah you know there's other Linda Chavez Kalindi Mitch. Brian is what I don't know what it was but Marvin. There's so many everybody. How many brands do you know about that? And then how many marvins do you know.

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"marvin i" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"Let's do it and we went down to the studio. In about a half an hour later we will finish. We must've had about nine or ten takes an hour half an hour. At nine or ten runs through the song yes but I mean we had done a lot of lot of other training over at his house <hes> Okay and finally at in the studio about the tenth taking he said this is it so the sounds of the party that kick off title track what's going on. That's not faking it. You guys are having fun in the studio absolutely picked and then I heard and you have to confirm if this is true there. Is that wild trilling kind of sounded but that's you yes. They bought him when you were working with them. Did you see a different side of Marvin the Marvin in the in the recording studio the guy making these records versus the guy you saw after the football games or in a more casual atmosphere oh it was very serious about it. You know it's like if you listen but uh-huh earliest start from his earliest records to his last record he never would put anything out till sheltered Follett and <hes> it was just a joyous thing I look at my go records from time to time wishes so will forever rest in peace lamb. It's been a real pleasure talking to you at rate football player and a musician with a goal record to his credit for coming on sound opinions limp fake you so very much bigger with you guys so the last piece of the Song James He's recorded the rhythm track with the funk brothers and he's got that saxophone and now he's ready to put the final touch on and that is the Detroit Symphony Orchestra again not traditional motown right David Van depit arranger <hes> working with the Detroit symphony comes into the studio and they layer these strings over the top of the arrangement and and there are tears streaming down Marvin's face as he hears the playback realizing this is what I wanted this with this album should be those black bottoms as he calls them with the European classical strings things over the top and then his voice at the center orchestrated to sound like three or four Marvin you know there's a conversation going on with Marvin using those multitude of voices within the rough Marvin the sweet marvin the falsetto Marvin conversing with one another in the the oval track. This was the new sound Marvin Daiwa things so we've been talking about. What's going on the single and the title track when we come back from short break? We'll talk about the reception of the song and dig into what's going on the album..

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"marvin i" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"He begins asking these questions and it doesn't start with the statement this song it starts with a question he goes back to Detroit after this four tops tour and he sits down with <hes> one of the MOTOWN staff songwriters Al Cleveland and they write a song they take two Marvin Gaye gay is thinking of using it for a another <hes> group <hes> but they convince him no no no you should keep this. You should sing it and gay re-write the lyrics gays rewriting the lyrics and <hes> it was interesting that to to read the quotes from Benson after <hes> Marvin <hes> started tinkering with the song he said he made it more ghetto. Yeah you know <hes> and as a song was being recorded in motown suddenly Marvin's inspired. I gotta get this down. He is producing this track. He'd gotten some confidence as a producer working with this group called the originals and said you know I'm. I'm going to do the session myself. I don't need any help from the the motown stable of producers. One of the key changes was he comes out from. I'm behind the Mixing Board. The producer of the record is also seeing the record and he's sitting in the middle of the musicians on the floor of motown studios apparently according to the musicians who their big cloud of smoke yeah not going to say exactly who was where what was emanating from but there's a lot of drinking drinking. There's a lot of pot smoking big cloud of smoke in the in the in the room at the time Marvin at the piano at the center of it all worrying that knit cap that was his trademark around that time and writing basically working the the funk brothers the great motown rhythm section through what he wanted on it here the great moment in that song the saxophone that weaves its way throughout the song was essentially Eli Fontaine warming up wasn't even playing on the song of the times and think it's Mark Marvin says just go over there and warm up get ready ready marlins rolling the tape. He knows what he wants. He hears it. It goes you're you know and so you know I find ten comes over to join. The session goes okay. I'm ready boss. Marvin goes no go home here done here. We already got it. We got what we needed. Greg even before you hear that saxophone you hear here this crazy party people talking with one another woman it up shouts of joy. We wanted to learn more about how that idea came together and then recording the whole title track so we thought we talked to someone who was there as we mentioned earlier Marvin Ervin had thoughts of becoming a football player and he was hanging out with members of the Detroit lions including Lamb Barney a member of the pro football hall of fame leme contributed <hes> talking during that party scene and backup vocals to the title track and even earned a gold record for his contributions lamb. Welcome to sound opinions fake you so very much tell us how you and Marvin Gaye became friends. He used to come to a lot of the Games right yes he did. He certainly did ham along with smokey Robinson but support the Detroit lines coming down to Tiger stadium apt to tweet over to P._d.. Lakatos restaurant when loser draw and they would be there and <hes> multiple team. It's got a chance to meet him and Hobnob with him and even the coaches coaches Marvin S. U.. And a few other Detroit athletes to participate in the recording of what's going on tell us a little bit about what that day was like Marvin Thousand and said look let's go down to the motown studio and do this recording and he had checked with Barre Barre gave him the okay..

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"marvin i" Discussed on Sound Opinions

Sound Opinions

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Sound Opinions

"He begins asking these questions and it doesn't start with the statement this song it starts with a question he goes back to Detroit after this four tops tour and he sits down with <hes> one of the MOTOWN staff songwriters Al Cleveland and they write a song they take two Marvin Gaye gay is thinking of using it for a another <hes> group <hes> but they convince him no no no you should keep this. You should sing it and gay re-write the lyrics gays rewriting the lyrics and <hes> it was interesting that to to read the quotes from Benson after <hes> Marvin <hes> started tinkering with the song he said he made it more ghetto. Yeah you know <hes> and as a song was being recorded in motown suddenly Marvin's inspired. I gotta get this down. He is producing this track. He'd gotten some confidence as a producer working with this group called the originals and said you know I'm. I'm going to do the session myself. I don't need any help from the the motown stable of producers. One of the key changes was he comes out from. I'm behind the Mixing Board. The producer of the record is also seeing the record and he's sitting in the middle of the musicians on the floor of motown studios apparently according to the musicians who their big cloud of smoke yeah not going to say exactly who was where what was emanating from but there's a lot of drinking drinking. There's a lot of pot smoking big cloud of smoke in the in the in the room at the time Marvin at the piano at the center of it all worrying that knit cap that was his trademark around that time and writing basically working the the funk brothers the great motown rhythm section through what he wanted on it here the great moment in that song the saxophone that weaves its way throughout the song was essentially Eli Fontaine warming up wasn't even playing on the song of the times and think it's Mark Marvin says just go over there and warm up get ready ready marlins rolling the tape. He knows what he wants. He hears it. It goes you're you know and so you know I find ten comes over to join. The session goes okay. I'm ready boss. Marvin goes no go home here done here. We already got it. We got what we needed. Greg even before you hear that saxophone you hear here this crazy party people talking with one another woman it up shouts of joy. We wanted to learn more about how that idea came together and then recording the whole title track so we thought we talked to someone who was there as we mentioned earlier Marvin Ervin had thoughts of becoming a football player and he was hanging out with members of the Detroit lions including Lamb Barney a member of the pro football hall of fame leme contributed <hes> talking during that party scene and backup vocals to the title track and even earned a gold record for his contributions lamb. Welcome to sound opinions fake you so very much tell us how you and Marvin Gaye became friends. He used to come to a lot of the Games right yes he did. He certainly did ham along with smokey Robinson but support the Detroit lines coming down to Tiger stadium apt to tweet over to P._d.. Lakatos restaurant when loser draw and they would be there and <hes> multiple team. It's got a chance to meet him and Hobnob with him and even the coaches coaches Marvin S. U.. And a few other Detroit athletes to participate in the recording of what's going on tell us a little bit about what that day was like Marvin Thousand and said look let's go down to the motown studio and do this recording and he had checked with Barre Barre gave him the okay..

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"marvin i" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"Underperforming players must be worried at this point finally says, Sean Blankenship yet. I think that's the that's the other thing. I just wanna dress real quick before we get out of. Here's the yes, that's my son. He celebrating Marvin Lewis. The Marvin Lewis firing as well. But the that's the other thing to to talk about is, you know, there are a lot of veterans on this roster that might be a little uneasy about their future with this club. I think Drake her Patrick should be a guy that that might be worried. Bontes birthed is another guy who should be worried about his future with the team and believe it or not I think Andy Dalton is the guy who should be worried about the future with his with this team as well. Because usually with a new head coach comes new quarterback. And you know, the Bengals have had a couple of quote unquote, new quarterbacks when they drafted Palmer and they drafted Andy Dalton but I mean, they haven't had the coaching turnover. But at the at that point they needed quarterbacks they don't necessarily need a quarterback at this point at least while they need at least a backup. But a lot of people think that it's time to turn the page on the dull narrow as well as Louis are in that can coincide that could coincide with Louis leaving Cincinnati is is Dalton leaving Cincinnati or Dalton being given a really short leash. The bangles have the the eleventh overall pick this year who knows if they wanna move up for a guy like Dwayne Haskins, or if Cuyler Murray ends up deciding to play football, if they wanna go that route, you know, who knows what's going to happen there. I mean, they could do that. You know, have that guy waiting in the wings behind Dalton and miss short leash under a new head coach. We'll see there are other holes on this Rosser that need to be heavily. Addressed though linebacker. I think wide receiver depth starting guys are pretty good. But behind them is is something to be noted obviously offensive line. There's still some issues on the right side of that offensive line that need to be sorted out. So. Do you wanna say take that top pick and say, okay. Well, we're going to go for a quarterback, which is in a full luxury pick. But is a luxury pick of sorts and forgo a linebacker forgo an offensive lineman that sort of thing, I don't know that's gonna that's gonna depend on the the mindset of a head coach. There are some other names floating out there aside from Hugh Jackson bands Josev, Eric b enemy some guys at the college ranks, you know, I mentioned Mike McCarthy mentioned, you know, Bruce Arians, potentially. There's also Adam gays. He's the guy that you know, could be could his name's floating around a little bit. There's some other guys out there. And I don't who knows. Maybe it maybe there may be some lateral moves in terms of coordinator, leaving one. One team coming to the Bengals we'll see this is the orange black insider Bengals podcast. Appreciate you tuning in live. We wanted to talk about the bangles. The Bengals letting go of Marvin Lewis big news in this is a big turning point in the franchise. You know, this this we will look at this point in time and say that was the best thing this team could have done or that was not the right decision. Because what could happen is instead of finding someone who is a Marvin Lewis or potentially even better than Marvin Lewis. We will we could be sitting here saying while who's gonna be the, you know, two years from now who's going to be the head coach. Now who's going to be head coach now, which is exactly what happened in the nineteen nineties. And I don't think anybody surrounding the Bengals team wants that to happen. So this is very pivotal moment. They have to be very careful who they choose..

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"marvin i" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

Cincy Jungle

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Cincy Jungle

"Those were deplorable performances in some of the primetime games just were not prepared at any rate. That's now in the past and the Bengals are looking to move on from Marvin Lewis and a possible new head coach. And you know, there's some there's some questions and comments try and get to here. I love this. When curious how the players feel by Michael Myers in our live YouTube jet. That's that's interesting because yesterday I was thinking back. I don't know if you remember this or not. But there was a time in a believe it was gosh win was it. They were interviewing Giovanni Bernard. A couple of years ago. I believe it was last year. I can't really remember. It was one of those times where Marvin Lewis dot in extension came back. And they literally broke the news to Bernard on camera. And of course, he was cordial, and oh, really that's cool. Okay. Marvins back, but he wasn't overly jubilant at least not in a. In a moment that seemed to be pretty candid and surprising to him. So I'm I'm curious to know what the Bengals plans are if you're the Bengals players mindsets. Are if you remember also for those of you who follow on Twitter if you follow Carlos Dunlap on Twitter there were a couple of seasons. Especially in twenty believe it's twenty sixteen twenty seventeen. Now this this year, he couldn't really complain. Does. He got a big contract. But in twenty sixteen he put out some cryptic tweets that kinda questioned what the Bengals were doing in terms of free agency helping the team in all of that Marvin Lewis, obviously kinda one of the spearheads of what they were doing or weren't doing in those in those in those facets, so. I think for a lot of those players. I think they liked Marvin Lewis, you know, you saw at the end of twenty seventeen they didn't give up. They had some nice wins at the end of that year. They played hard even though they were decimated. They played hard against the Steelers in week seventeen this year that played hard against the chargers few weeks ago. They played you know, they didn't really give up on mar Louis. They wanted to play for him. But I think I think everybody is kinda like, well, maybe the Louis himself. Maybe it's just all around almost a sense of relief in saying, you know, at this is this is what needs to happen. I got this. Let's see I got this. It was a tweet to me basically asking do. I think that the next coach the Bengals will come. Will this be a Mike Brown higher? Will this be Katie Blackburn higher? Will it be kind of a group higher or or will it still be Mike Brown show? If you remember Mike Brown in a couple of interviews in recent years. He kind of said he's handed off the keys to a bunch of people including Louis, including Katie Blackburn, including Duke Tobin, and he's kind of sat back, and yeah, he's had some say, but he's let them take control. Now Marvin's out of the building. Due Tobin a guy who's been loud for his drafts. Recently is now sitting in it. We're looking at some high picks that have not panned out for the team. So, you know, I'm curious to I think that this will be a Mike Brown higher. I think that he's gonna kind of Sirte more power in. That's that's a little bit. What I'm afraid of with this move from Marvin I think, and I think that's really the only fear is is is not only I guess there's the fear of the unknown in potentially hiring someone that could bring the Bengals back into obscurity. There's also the issue of the bangles potentially a Mike Brown reasserting control and making decisions that are not beneficial to the team. So. And I think that that that might be where we we're headed..

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"marvin i" Discussed on Highly Questionable

Highly Questionable

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Highly Questionable

"Yeah. Welcome to the end of another highly questionable week. Nobody in the history of ESPN has been highly questionable as this guy right here. Stugatz co hosts on the radio show every day tend to that smile on his face. He knows it. What do you like on the show today? Stu, thanks, the complement. Dan. I am looking forward to discussing Kyrie Irving joining. My New York nets bags is the Homer is another puppy. You a starting to believe it Bengals. Got windy, see north. All right. Listen to me. I've worked at this network a long time and every year they asked me this question about the Cincinnati Bengals. My answer's always, no, and it remains known as long as Andy, Dalton and Marvin. Lewis are of the tandem at the top of the organization, and that tandem is never wanna playoff game and Cincinnati. Bengals look again and again, like they're not actually trying to win because they retain a guy in the cutthroat NFL that has not wanna playoff game again. And again, and again, I will not believe in this team even though it starts to know the call me a sucker. But I'm asked that same question every single year, and I say, yes, I've always believed in Marvin Lewis. I've always believed in Andy, Dalton. I've always believed in the read, write bull. I Don. I told you yesterday, this is a really bad division, mediocre Baltimore Browns, not very good Steelers on the decline. Why not Cincinnati? Why now? Because we've been saying for fifteen years and it's never Cincinnati. That's why. I shouldn't be surprised us back for this yesterday. I said that dependent was going to get on fire. You know, the first off it was some still stubble. Nobody could tash the guy. You know he was running all over the place. He was throwing on the run. He was hitting his receiver I want time. I saw him with these ice close. You know, he started all the way in the end. So I, you know, sense price meal rose on fire. Last nine l. Pelley Rojo Spanish for the red head. My father. Obvious. Are the giants disrespecting that Prescott Landon Collins of the giants. He's a very good football player. This is what he says about the upcoming game plan against the Dallas Cowboys and Dak Prescott. Making sure everyone get every got Siamese. Making sure we closed the air out of. Of their running that put the ball into that. They've ever been. And I think that's honest, remarkably honest. But let's go to Dak doc, not having listened to what deck has to say. Leading calling sitter this week that again, they were going to concentrate on. They wanted the ball in your hands because they, they had a better chance challenge. Tons accept it. This is what I believe about the Dallas Cowboys. I believe they're window closed. I believe when they were thirteen and three Roma was the better quarterback. This guy got the starts and that Cowboys team was like last year's eagles team that they could have won the Super Bowl as well with a backup quarterback. Instead they went with Dak Prescott now they've lost Bryant. He doesn't have a number one receiver, and the offense of line is a little bit older. That team is weak at quarterback. When you put all of that stuff together, he's got another challenge this week. It's all starting to doubt. Did I miss the memo where we're supposed to respect Dak Prescott? Did I miss that memo? Was that a leave? Wad memo Landon Collins said is not only accurate? It's right. Yeah, you wanna stop Zeke Elliot. You wanna stop Zeke Elliot and you wanna make deck Prescott try to win the game for you. That is smart. That's telling there's nothing wrong with that. And why are we respecting Dak Prescott since his rookie year he has been an average order back at best. Do you realize that you said something along the lines of it's not only accurate. It's also right. Two things are the same thing, but I meant to say was accurate. An intelligent, say accurate and right there or the exact same thing. I am dumb. Can I say something to back bresca you're going to do it, whether I give you permission or not. Don't worry. Don't worry. Don't worry about it. The all you gotta do is be better than money. That's the big task for you. There you go. I think the also thinking of themselves going to stop Barclay. We'll be okay..

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"marvin i" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"marvin i" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Marvin sedan tops only kissed me i'm crazy seminar everybody's everybody tom ever go down a gig hot what's the most salad compulsive she go wrap this thing over again together we both go crazy sever keep keep getting rich you know i'd never lie dot mind crazy mine take mobbing give money gap can confront me stay charlotte never.

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"marvin i" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"marvin i" Discussed on Championship Drive

"Voice just get stronger i think he's a natural at doing this man the producer says to marvin junior and tracy i've seen some people get in there and just forget everything laying eggs take after take for him to do that from a generation that people swear can't rap and he's 18 he might have to careers marvin junior coach of his aau team called nike family leader of team badly takes in the a few of praise but only for a moment you just got to keep getting better he says to his son we are writing from rally back to the duke campus a roughly thirty minute john during rushhour traffic and alan alunan besser are reflecting on their new teammate a kid they expect to play with for a total of about five months before he becomes an nba lottery pick makes millions possibly cuts a record and become so global that maybe he starts hanging out with jay z baghli isn't in the suv he has left with his family alan is the one who picked up on the line from backley's dad and he thought it was interesting he's always hanging around his brother's his mom and his dad alan says he's always hanging rump people who are going to treat him like him and not like he's marvin baghli the superstar i'm sure his little brothers are messing with him and making fun of him to so i think that keeps them really grounded bagley has plenty of reasons to feel good about himself in the first two months of the ncaa basketball season no player with the possible exception of oklahoma freshman trey young has been more dominant heading into monday night's game against number eighteen miami on espn bagley has fourteen double doubles duke has played seventeen games on the way.

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"marvin i" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"marvin i" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"So that's my first point but that point my point i mean i agree with you there that still has changed my point but go ahead okay and then my second point is that marvin lewis did to me this shows the progress of in this field black coaches mm because marvin lewis was able a black coach was able to go to an organization that was the laughing stock of the league before he got there they pulled up to half some type of respectability okay and so all right okay i'm i listen to you enough novel put you on the spot your biggest fan yes sir um you follow mom louw staying on as you head coach i'm not i'm not lord our guts ya got a raw it's all low baby i imagine what do our our biggest bear calling up here there's a part marvin lewis what do no good down well if you want to own a unified them as requested wrong we ask because we firmly right we family you're listening so right we failure this out later this all co run i got an upper love for you how old are you ron i'm thirty eight thirty eight you of football fare right yes are you a big whose fair right that's right if you own the bengals or entity for that matter and a coach kate we you a g a playoff game in fifteen years what would you do i would i wish firing but that's what that's not my point okay i i was this dressing you fan then he stopped impressed gray that's there okay you know what that's right he is my response to that the reason i say he stop in progress is because by keeping him on board no of none of us who accepts that could call out any other coaches because if you can keep a man on a job came when a playoff game a fifteen years who the hell are you to say anything about anybody else that's the problem you can't have a situation where you tolerate this level of ineptitude but you're still a position to call somebody out for what they do ron you can't have it both you gotta pick one so either you all cable wrong what marvin lewis are you not and if you okay with it and it's good they're you know what you don't.

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"marvin i" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"marvin i" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Ultimately end up going to five straight playoff games never one one he's missed the playoffs the last two years this is a disgrace there's no other way to slice this and i told you and i told you and i told you time and time and time again ladies and gentlemen i am about fairness i am a proud black man i love my people but also love all people and i'm not going to exercise in a dereliction of duty by failing to be fair i'm not interested in black appeal i'm interested in mass appeal asked me because it's the right thing to do and i'd be remiss neglecting the point out how marvin lewis needs to go if i'm gonna sit up their call anybody else out now let me take this a step further because this needs to be said and dammit the chances of another african americans saying this this london not so all we to do it for you marvin lewis's hiring as these appalled i have a president is it needs to both let me look at my producers cap rathmell tech's the ever done at the widow is he not supposed to have a press conference that ogata at it i think it started already bought the story in about forty five minutes no no ask these people to take clips of me you don't circulating all over social media yawn put it out to the world i got my own account output stuff out because i even harder for what i say but i don't ask people reporters the gorbunov press conference and reference me in asking more of a lewis or anybody else a question but if they do it i don't give a damn nobody hot it.

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