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"matt daddy" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Kick ass band. Loretta used to be a bashful girl from the mountains. WHO's only dream was a comfortable house for her family. She grew a lot. She learned a lot. She stuck up for herself in her career. She's grateful for the benefits her family has enjoyed because of her property prosperous career, and at the time of writing the book, she said, she just wanted to put her life in God's hands. She wanted to give more people in two more people in need she wanted to travel more, and as she says, I love to work more with the American Indians people. That's. How she said in Nineteen, seventy five. So she finished her book knowing that it wasn't the end of her story but that there was more to come Loretta, is the most awarded Female Country Recording artist has gorge twenty four number one singles eleven number one albums she continued to tour for many years appearing at the Grand Ole opry and releasing new albums in Nineteen Eighty Eight Loretta was inducted into the Country Music Hall of fame she returned to the public eye and nineteen ninety-three with the hit trio album honky tonk angels recorded with Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette. Thousand and Two Thousand Loretta released her first album in several years called still country in which she included. I. Can't hear the music a tribute song to her late husband doolittle who had passed away. Yeah. She releases her first new single and more than ten years from the album country in my genes and the single charted on the billboard country singles chart and made Loretta the first woman in country music to chart singles in five decades in two thousand and two. Loretta published her second on Biographies Still Woman Enough, and it became her second New York Times Bestseller, and then in two thousand and four, she published a cookbook you're cooking it country. Great it was. Any world. Davis in that one OH. Good question I hope. I hope. For she released Leer Rose Ryan mentioned in. It was the first episode and this is the second album on which she either Cole wrote or sang every song. So the album was produced by Jack White and featured guitar backup vocals by him. Her collaboration with Jack garnered her high praise in magazines that specialize in mainstream and alternative rock. So she was in spin and blender rolling stone voted the album the. Second. Best, of two thousand and four, and it won the Grammy Award for best country album of the year. So in late two, thousand and ten Sony Music released a new album titled Culminates Daughter Tribute Loretta Lynn featuring stars like Reba mcentire, Faith Hill Paramour Carrie Underwood and they were performing Loretta is classic hits Spanning Fifty Years Laura. Recorded with Miranda Lambert Sheryl Crowe. that single cracked the billboard singles chart, and so made her the only female country artist to chart in six decades. So Thousand Nineteen lifetime aired the highly anticipated movie Patsy and Loretta, which highlighted the friendship of Lynn and Patsy Kline. So the right of Lynn? She attended the Nashville release of the film and that's about up to date on what what's been going on. So there's so much more you can go in like you can watch those movies. You can read all those book but that was that this is the end of our two part special of Loretta Lynn. My goodness I love her so much and I love all of her songs. I'm so excited I'm going to rewatch coal miner's daughter and I had no idea. They made a movie about her and Patsy. So that's definitely something I want to check out his wall. Wow, thank you so much for this. This was like this was a fantastic way to do a two parter She certainly deserved. She deserved it. Okay Great I'm glad that you enjoyed it. I hope all the there enjoyed it and hope that you're having an amazing summer. Thank you so much for listening. Go and check out all of our past episodes were were into August I am assuming. So you know I think it's a good time to listen to all of our elvis episodes. Oh. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. And check out your Dolly Parton episode to because that one was great. Yeah. Why not that was you know what? That one I think people are saying people have said that they could go for another Dolly episode because I only highlighted jet very much like Loretta had such a rich early life that I, really only got into Hurley stuff right? You could definitely do a part to on Dolly as well. Yeah. We did hank. Williams too. So a couple of people mentioned in this we've covered and. Yeah, plenty more to check out as you said in part one. For our patron members, you gotTa pull up for your next episode. So if you guys want to be part of our decision making over here, sign up and let us know what you're thinking. Yeah. Links has got a couple of options. Maybe she'll throw a poll up there and you can vote on Lynxes next episode. Yeah I'll do that for sure. All right well, that's it. Everybody thinks so much for listening wear sunscreen stay hydrated and we love you see a becks time. On. A map. Bonds meal. What? On Matt Daddy's knee. Listen. To the story said he to. 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"matt daddy" Discussed on Pantheon
"Unglamorous it is for people who think that riding on a tour buses like? Like a real thing that you WANNA do for for longtime of your life, but she actually almost had an all girl band, which she says would have been fantastic. She would've loved it. But the double standard of the music industry said, it would be bad publicity if she had a girl band and then the girl band members would go and get in trouble. You know. Lake. Considered loose women and her and buy INS that decision because it was. Okay. If an all male band did something like that right Yup. That's infuriating that would have been so cool for her at. Have like this. All girl kick ass band. Loretta used to be a bashful girl from the mountains. WHO's only dream was a comfortable house for her family. She grew a lot. She learned a lot. She stuck up for herself in her career. She's grateful for the benefits. Her family has enjoyed because of her property prosperous career, and at the time of writing the book, she said, she just wanted to put her life in God's hands. She wanted to give more people in two more people in need. Need, she wanted to travel more, and as she says, I love to work more with the American Indians people. That's how she said in Nineteen, seventy five. So she finished her book knowing that it wasn't the end of her story, but that there was more to come Loretta is the most awarded female country. Recording artist has gorge twenty, four number, one singles eleven, number. One albums. She continued to tour for many years appearing at the Grand Ole opry. OPRY, and releasing new albums in Nineteen eighty-eight Loretta was inducted into the country Music Hall of fame. She returned to the public eye and nineteen ninety-three with the hit trio album. Honky tonk angels recorded with Dolly. Parton. And Tammy Wynette in two thousand and Two Thousand Loretta released her first album in several years called still country in which she included. I can't hear the music a tribute song to her late husband doolittle who had passed away. Yeah. She releases her first new single and more than ten years from the album country in my genes and the single charted on the billboard country singles chart and made Loretta, the first woman in country music to chart singles in five decades in two thousand and two Loretta published her second on biographies still. Woman enough and it became her second. New. York. Times bestseller and then in two thousand and four, she published a cookbook, you're cooking it country. Great it was. Any world this in that one. Oh, good question I hope. I hope. For, she released Leer Rose, Ryan mentioned in believe it was the first episode and this is the second album on which she either Cole wrote or sang every song. So the album was produced by Jack White and featured guitar backup vocals by him. Her collaboration with Jack garnered her high praise in magazines that specialize in mainstream and alternative rock. So she was in spin and blender rolling stone voted. Voted the album, the second best of two, thousand and four, and it won the Grammy Award for best country album of the year. So in late, two, thousand and ten, Sony Music released a new album titled Coal Miner's daughter Tribute Loretta Lynn featuring stars like Reba, mcentire, Faith Hill, Paramour Carrie Underwood, and they were performing Loretta is classic hits Spanning Fifty Years Laura recorded with Miranda Lambert Sheryl Crowe. That single cracked the billboard singles chart, and so made her the only female country artist to chart in six decades. So Thousand Nineteen lifetime aired the highly anticipated movie Patsy and Loretta, which highlighted the friendship of Lynn and Patsy Kline. So the right in. You know I'm she attended the Nashville release of the film and that's about up to date on what what's been going on. So there's so much more. You can go in like you can watch those movies. You can read all those book, but that was that this is the end of our two part special of Loretta Lynn. My goodness. I love her so much and I love all of her songs. I'm so excited. I'm going to rewatch coal miner's daughter and I had no idea. They made a movie about her and Patsy. So that's definitely something I want to check out his wall. Wow. Thank you so much for this. This was like this was a fantastic way to do a two parter She certainly deserved. She. Deserved it. Okay Great I'm glad that you enjoyed it. I hope all the affair enjoyed it and hope that you're having an amazing summer. Thank you so much for listening. Go and check out all of our past episodes were were into August, I am assuming. So you know I think it's a good time to listen to all of our elvis episodes Oh. Yeah. That's right. Yeah. And check out your Dolly Parton episode to because that one was great. Yeah. Why not that was? You know what that one? I think people are saying people have said that they could go for another Dolly episode because I only highlighted jet very much like Loretta had such a rich early life that I really only got into Hurley stuff, right? You could definitely do a part to on Ali as well. Yeah. We did hank. Williams. Too. So a couple of people mentioned in this, we've covered and. Yeah plenty more to check out as you said in part one. For our patron members, you gotTa pull up for your next episode. So if you guys want to be part of our decision making over here, sign up and let us know what you're thinking. Yeah. Links has got a couple of options. Maybe she'll throw a poll up there and you can vote on Lynxes next episode. Yeah I'll do that for sure. All right. Well, that's it. Everybody thinks so much for listening. Wear sunscreen. Stay hydrated, and we love you see a becks time. 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"matt daddy" Discussed on No Jumper
"Oh oh god why like light selling weed and then we become league not get leaguer yeah yeah you know like porn world. We'd now. I know to me but i know what you mean being involved involved in debt entertainment pot of sexual activity. It seemed like it would be only right. Just like you said my had life. It's a different journey. I didn't know what i was gonna. Do mold guys get stuck in the gang. You don't know what you're gonna. Do how you going to survive survive after that. I did know i thank god that he showed me another way because i didn't know what i was going to do before you get into what you did did in eighty five hundred stop pinton where you really fucked up off the p._c._p. And how is that affecting your game as a human being it was affecting my game because my girl that were bled my girl we would <hes> i would say hardcore p._c._p. Make it into weed and and take the wheat and put it on. Don't we all know but you know. The girl got a list. <hes> addicted to it. They would go in dies bach. Get it. You didn't put some water in. I and all that a dip it you know with sharman stick. They were going to have it so it would affect in my game where to cabdriver told me man i can't take your oh girl to work no more mandak to crater jumping out the kyw sick to my than our her one girl we went into a liquor store and she went into free. Reason wouldn't come out. You know kind of thing. I mean it and one of my best friends that were the series champ what he did is. He parked his limousine and the block the car wash told us to dowana where where my code adding everything locked the ball to store shot hit baby mama where fortify shot his baby had a baby some fruits era and shot the baby with a three fifty seven magnate blue to baby head off and a shot itself in a way he did this just because he was so fucked up sherm alpha capri c. p. What's you know kaffee p._c._p. Lose a nation that you do what you do but you still beat at amar like you do what you do that you ain't did it gives you that kind of lose your nation you know and so and this guy you know and now we've been on each other over. Fifteen years would pimping but he wanted maleness. Throw the first time i went wow now you know so it was a made then and they call me and i got there just at the police with bringing them out and i went up i seen it you had him cover but i went up in the house and it was like one hundred freddie. Krueger mover was everywhere but the thing about it. The bullet knocked out to girl she. She didn't know what the the girlfriend or why didn't she didn't die so she survived survived. Oh my god and as a matter of fact to with pregnant and the daughter just hit mill social media said if you have any pictures the matt daddy afam let me sam pregnant with my mother at the time to guy said. I didn't even know that holy shit. That must be weird to to know that your father my killed your sister and and did all this terrible stuff but it wasn't really him. It was just the drugs had him. In the state of mind here time might have then a great guy the rest of the of a lot. I mean that error and like i said that's proud of that affected my gang me myself. I didn't do it like the very modest that it but it would people around me that were doing that. You would feel if i walked in that time. He my would've killed me gene. You know what i mean but he had in mind all set up. I guess what he wanted to do but he didn't like. I said pizza. You're thinking you didn't undo what you did. He go right now the baby go and mama leavenworth that horror and y. It's amazing that is terrible..
"matt daddy" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"At this time was a post matt darty era. It was a time where i have found other players to lean on in in the abyss of matt daddy basketball so during this period there are certain people that i really enjoy watching juan dixon. One of those people really really fell in love with juan dixon what he it was about john gilchrist right after him another guy. They're not mailing guys but over time you found different people one of those guys that i fell in love with so much so that it was the first full a uniform i've ever ordered to my house. Unfortunately it was extra large unfortunately ozzy young man so i now i couldn't wear that many any my brother wears it. All the time arizona wildcats salim stoudamire shorts. He wears everywhere. I saw the number twenty jersey so william saw him. I was my favorite player. He compared himself to michael jordan all the time and that was in both a very humble fashioned invariably you know not so humble fashion and those are the players always enjoyed. I remember watching him at shot against oklahoma state in this tournament around before he again compared himself to michael jordan said is to do this all the time count it out new where the shot was boom whom hit seventy nine seventy eight so i'm i'm all invested in salim stoudamire so in this game is going on the number one team in the country all year obviously is ill annoy. Everyone's talking about illinois. North north carolina at the time was number two in the country but still i am in like a p._t._s._d. In the d. stands for dirty. You know i'm at a point where all i'm thinking about a certain players and not getting my hopes up so one of those guys. I'm really excited about watching salim stottlemyre..
"matt daddy" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"All those stories now with chew car, you can at least find out what your car is worth. When it's time to sell or trade it in just go to truecar simply enter your license plate and watch. How your car's details? Pop up then just answer a few questions. Does it have navigation a moon roof, high mileage once you're finished? You'll get a true cash offer sent in minutes, which you can take to a local certified dealer to cash out or trade end. So when you're ready to experience a better way to sell or trade in your car? Check out truecar today to cash offer not available. Welcome back to the end of the podcast show. Yeah. You're listening to the podcast here on podcast one video. He is your did you for the night DJ, Matt daddy. Guys out. So show this week. We'd like to take a moment to think our sponsors bring podcast y'all free every week, especially truecar madman Anping Random House, please go and support them because they support us lead author like to Frankfurt Iressa for our theme music, the Schantz for producing making ever so lovely and as always the audience what up y'all how are you doing in house? The potty is doing I didn't I didn't mean to create a word it just happened. It was my part, and I hate brilliant. I I just. Give me a book deal. Okay. Thank you so much, and we'll talk to you next week you're on X week. Thanks for listening to forked up a kitchen, podcast checkout. New episodes every Thursday, exclusively at podcast one dot com. The new podcast one app or subscribe on apple podcast. Now on podcast one this serial killer, you'd never think it would could happen in the community. Like this cold case files season for the case would take several twists and turns NS looking for needle in haystack based on the hit television program. Now, it starts to fit, but discovery will seal the fate of a serial killer thinking, oh my God. I'm gonna die. I'm gonna die screams please for life. Get new episodes of cold case files every Tuesday on podcast one. Security talks. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news been at a bipartisan Senate and house conference committee. Started work on finding a compromise on border security in time to prevent another partial government shutdown. I'm February fifteenth President Trump is still pitching for the five point seven billion dollars. He wants for border walls, Alabama, Republican Richard chubby. We can work together. I think this is a good start. We've got differences, but we can bridge these differences twenty two states had temperatures below zero this morning. The coldest spots include Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan, Illinois, at least eight deaths are blamed on the severe polar vortex. Lewis melda NADA tells W Y, oh, you he wouldn't going to be leaving his home in Pennsylvania's just to cold French bites and used to stay home definitely got chocolate searches in Alaska Foued airplane, debris as they look for medical plane that went missing with three people on board. I'm Tim Maguire.
"matt daddy" Discussed on Forked Up: A Thug Kitchen Podcast
"Those stories now with chew car, you can at least find out what your car is worth. When it's time to sell or trade it in just go to truecar simply enter your license plate and watch. How your car's details up then just answer a few questions. Does it have navigation a moon roof, high mileage once you're finished? You'll get a true cash offer Centene minutes, which you can take to a local certified dealer to cash out or trade end. So when you're ready to experience a better way to sell or trade in your car? Check out truecar today to cash offer not available. Welcome back to the end of the podcast show. Yeah. You're listening to the podcast here on podcast one video. He's your did you for the night DJ, Matt daddy. Guys out. So show this week. We like to take a moment to think our sponsors bring podcast your free every week, especially truecar madman Anping Random House, please go and support them because they support us. We'd like to thank Frankfurt Rosa for our theme music, the Schantz for producing making a sun ever, so lovely and as always the audience what up y'all how are you doing the in house? The potty is doing I didn't I didn't mean to create a word it just happened. It was my Bart. I hate how brilliant. I I just. Jimmy, a book deal. Okay. Thank you so much. We'll talk to you next week you're next week. Thanks for listening to forked up a kitchen, podcast checkout. New episodes every Thursday exclusively at Todd cast one dot com. The new podcast one app or subscribe on apple podcast..
"matt daddy" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"This vacuum and say you're responsible for your room? And if you want to help out mom and dad vacuum up the play area. Yeah. The teachers had to do it. And she can do it because it's small enough, and it works the thing. I hated as a kid is the erector set. So the LEGO sets the easy bake ovens Lantos, you can go you can make something, but it wasn't real. Yeah. Wanted it to be real. I wanted a miniature car or truck or whatever that I could ride around in. They didn't have those battery operated Barbie jeeps, or whatever they have. They've got him. Now, right. So I wanted something that was real, but was my size. This is a brilliant idea every parent should buy their kid a vacuum. It teaches them responsibility teaches them how to click, and it's for both boys and girls there you go. Get it and everybody will love or red or purple or pink or yellow. This is perfect. What Lloyd Kidwai don't want this for Christmas? I'm telling you they want. They want to be adults. They wanna do what? Mom and dad. Do. I'm going with video games and all sorts of fun stuff like that. Okay. It's not happening in our house. We're not getting her a video game. We are not getting her a phone packing or a data plan. Did you hear by the way, Lloyd, it said suitable for ages three and baby brother doing get that? But but Christmas Hannukah. That's a special time. And that's you know, you'll even out kwanza. You don't give a crappy gift lake that's not a car. I would have loved it teaches them how to use a real vacuum. It's a win win. This is like giving your kid a pocket constitution and telling merry Christmas. Every it's like, hey, you can learn about US history. Merry christmas. So is. It's it's so is oh now you can be daddy's little helper and clean up. All the Matt. Daddy's little help or what's the fifth amendment. That's what does it again plead the fifth. You are Scrooge man, you're the monitor. I said video games, I pads cool stuff and Becky Lynn, and you are all on the pocket constitution. Khan, probably raisins to the little boxes of raisins and Eraserheads. That's what your kids get for Christmas. Good luck. I'm going video games. You guys go with that stuff? We'll play the video games in your filthy house. Yeah. Exactly. Twenty dollar toy Dyson Vakhtang vacuum. Yeah. When whenever you learn to use a vacuum. I use all the time. My roommate. Sure doesn't clean up. Well, doesn't count the robot. Vacuum w I trust that to be in operation when I'm not home. Heck, no. All right. And I don't trust the cat to vacuum. Either. That's exactly what this children's vacuum is our detour twenty-first-century pocket constitution. It isn't it? Detour, dan. Next. News ninety two three. Let's talk about immigration and how it may affect us with what's going on down at the border near San Diego and Tijuana, plus it's a Christmas classic. But should it be? The Chad Benson show tonight at six right after MAC and Gaydos on Arizona's news station. KTAR news ninety two three FM and the KTAR news app. It's Gaydos.
"matt daddy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Decision. Which is the house is much more difficult for them in the Senate. They have a bunch of red state Democrats who they want to try to get out of the Senate. And I think what you're seeing with the president. He's he's made a strategic decision that his ability to claim victory on election night. We by adding seats in the United States Senate, and he doesn't want to take the risk of looking like he's trying too hard the house because then he make it blames. You started out saying they, but this is really being driven by him. Well, you George as I've said many times over the last nine ten months he is his own strategist. And he does not listen to other people generally in terms of political strategy, and you see this from getting involved in Republican primaries early on this year, which you very very rarely would see presidents. Do he's gotten involved in many of them. And a lot of the candidates that we have on the ballot today or because of the president's direct intervention. So he is his own strategists. So when I say, they I'm using the Royal? Day. One of the things we're seeing picking up Chris was saying about the Senate strategy our democratic candidate candidates like Claire mccaskill kind of aligning themselves with the president on this immigration issue. There's no question that she is facing an uphill battle in Missouri state Donald Trump claimed, but you know, if Democrats went on Tuesdays because they are campaigning on hope they are focusing on on healthcare, and they are also trying to overcome the odds in these midterm elections by trying to feel independence and millennials to come to come to the polls. We see an increase in. What we call infrequent voters who are now more engaged. They're more positive about voting. That's a plus sign for Democrats. But are. That's the hope with the early vote for Democrats. Matthew debit one of the things we saw back in two thousand sixteen is that those voters didn't come up particularly Latino voters didn't vote in higher numbers despite the president's rhetoric on immigration. Well, I think this election like the Trump like the President Trump's presidency has a whole unique batch of characteristics India, as we go into mid the mid term our poll, just a touch again our poll, our po- actually looks a lot like two thousand six in in two thousand six ABC Paul said Democrats at a six point advantage. They won by eight points, George Bush's job approval rating. Almost exactly where Donald Trump's is today. But there's unique circumstances we've never had a president going to election economy like this with a job approval in the low forty s we've never had that before. And we've never had an election where both sides have been motivated almost always one sided more motivated than others. I want I want to pick up on that and bringing this a John Carlos well because I remember one thousand nine hundred four very well. President Clinton did not go out and campaign a lot in the final days. The democratic base was depressed. This is what? What's different about this election? This time around in an off year election, Republicans are engaged. They're not looking like, they're going to stay home. And if you go back if you go back pre Cavanaugh there was real concern among Republicans that they were just not as energized and the idea driven by the president. But also by some of his political advisors is you had to find a way to get the base that turned out in two thousand sixteen riled up and fired up to vote this time so the presence throwing himself right into this. I mean, he is out there nonstop, but George to the point about the house. He's not even touching any of the areas would. No, they don't want their. He's not going there. He's campaigning solely in the final stretch in states that he won campaigning in the areas of those states where he is popular George. Let me just say this. I think if we're looking forward to Tuesday night to places to look I saw what kind of night it's going to be is the Florida Senate race, and there was constant governor's race in the Florida Senate race, you have the two term governor against the long term incumbent Bill Nelson against Rick Scott. And in Wisconsin, you have a very close governor's race. Scott Walker looking for third term the fourth time. He's run in eight years. It's going to tell us a lot about voters how they feel about politicians and in those states that were so cute a presidential election. We're going to see what happens there terms that Republican intensity. You're talking about if Scott and Walker win then I think it's going to be decent night for two different about today. You may you you've been talking about the fact that we haven't been paying enough attention to the governor's races right now, huge potential that there are many flips to Democrats on on on on the. Governor's races. And that could have a much higher long-term impact. I mean, obviously, we're all every everyone Americans concerned about who's gonna hold the house who's gonna hold the Senate. But really fundamentally when you look at politics going forward as we have in the last twenty or thirty years it's the governor's races. And it's the governor's race is in purple states to me, it's the government's Republicans have held the office, Florida. Michigan Wisconsin, Iowa, Ohio. There is a real high chance that they lose all of those places. And when they lose in those places and not only affects what happens today. It not only affects what may happen in the twenty twenty presidential it affects redistricting which Sunday then draw the districts, which then goes forward. So to me is yes, we have two big things to watch the house and the Senate. But for me what's going to really impact. What's going forward is those governor's races in purple states? Not only in purple states, Donna Brazile, everybody else. Looking at the possibility of having the first African American governors of Florida and Georgia Georgia, it's going to be a historic night. In addition to Andrew gillum stays Abrahams, of course, have been Jellison and the state of. Maryland, the African American Lieutenant governor candidates in several states, including Wisconsin as well as Eleanor forty two percent of all of the democratic nominees. This fall gubernatorial senatorial as well. As house candidates are women, so a democratic wave depend on women coming out to vote minorities and other infrequent voters Archie chairman four years ago at the mid term the map Republican governors association. As bad as the map is for Democrats on the Senate side. It's that bad for Republicans on the governor's side of the thirty six governors races. Twenty-six are Republican defenses. Of course, you were a governor explain what that means in a presidential year to have governor from your state in charge. You control the political apparatus in your state, you control who's counting the votes. Most of the time who is the secretary of state or the chief election officer and going forward from there, you control redistricting after the census, or at least a very large influence over it. So as Matthew very aptly put it's not only what happens tomorrow. It's what's going to happen in twenty twenty one and twenty twenty two on redistricting. These house seats, which will have a huge difference. That's been the Republicans huge advantage Onen and ten set the stage for Republican decade and keep in mind that the president is the president today because he won three states in those purple states in the midwest by less than one hundred thousand votes, and the likelihood that each of those has a either a small Blue Wave or a large Blue Wave is very high Pennsylvania Republicans have no chance Michigan. It looks like the Democrats gonna win the governor's race in Wisconsin is a race. It's very type of the day. Leans in the Democrats favor. That's where the president won the presidency, Martha Raddatz safe mode. Matt daddy's talks about Pennsylvania, you spend a lot of time with voters there in the state of Pennsylvania that is one of the places where Democrats are hoping to pick up a raft of how see exactly and when when you talk to voters in Pennsylvania, especially in those suburbs. And some of those who voted for Donald Trump. He has just gone too far for many of them there there is there. He's too divisive for them for them. Donald Trump is absolutely the issues. He's the issue, and we're likely to see also very changing faces the Vega in congress. No matter what happens on Tuesday night record number of women running for the record. Number of women, recognize LGBT candidates candidates. Donna just mentioned the record number of African Americans running. But I do want to say we can focus on the president's travel. The last few week in that tells us a lot about where he's looking just to go back to Matthews comments on Florida. He's had headed to Florida twice in the last week. He is very concerned about having to win that state not just for now. But for twenty twenty also everybody stand by we're going to be back, but coming up next leader's gonna make their closing.
"matt daddy" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A. okay Al. Sharpton is on. News and talk thirteen eighty w. a. okay Keeping it real keeping it real I'm. Your host driven house shopping and. We're back Jennifer Jones Austin, now co hosts for this hour let's. Go back to the phones Let's go to let's go to, Chicago and let's talk to the legal eagle WBO in sixteen ninety. Home of the Governor Chris Kelly How are you today I'm good how, are you All is well and Hello to your panel I wanted to respond to one of the suggestions as, possibly relocating, and transferring that negative culture to, perhaps you, know upper class communities are and suburbs and well we have found because I've, lived in the south suburbs. Over fifty something years my entire life of Chicago we have watched, the communities, transform transferring, and relocating, the impoverish or you know I mean I guess or the negative culture of people who are dealing with the gun shootings and the whole culture of not. Doing a whole lot? Really hasn't. Changed their mindset Or anything like that by placing them in upper class communities of anything. With has happened over the years with us I happen to be homeowners association president and what we have, seen is, you know fortunately you know those, residents will, move in and they bring a culture with them they don't even try to, change and when is unhappily. As you had the responsible residents leaving and you know moving out and more, and more, of the, other culture coming in and we've even witnessed like one of the suburbs over the last thirty years has gone to talk now like eighty percent of Laura People and s become a very high crime suburb the school districts which were once very ideal to send your children to are now over the last decade are now failing districts so there's gotta be another way of you know helping people. Without moving them around like chess piece because that clearly doesn't work nothing happens they go into the suburbs Dave never had. To care for our home before and you know all of. That goes into when somebody is moving. So that's just you know what, I wanted, to, state is, you know now we have the gun shootings we have the drug. Dealers we have people sitting on. A front porch in the middle of the day and not going to work, because they'd be SIV special housing vouchers to move in that you. Know homes that people used to earn their way into those homes and now it's just given to them and they tear them up So you know just transferring them unfortunately dash is not a solution that we have found to have worked. You would hope they would go ahead to simulate but they don't You know they're. Proud of their culture all right thank you for, your call Jenny I'm going to try, to keep his short because she raises so many points. And I appreciate our, thinking, but we're not talking about giving people a hand. Up we're not talking about oh your community is better than the the. Impoverished communities you can come. On over here and you can get a better life we're. Talking about chew integration what, happened back in the nineteen, fifties, in the nineteen sixties when we begin to desegregate, is that people believe that oh if you were over in the, more affluent community it was a better community and. Our school suffered as a result our economies in our. Community suffered as a result but now what was the ink is with judge vacation we see. Pete more affluent people coming into low income communities and pushing low income people out but we're talking about is, to integration to to a form that embraces people for who they are their. Identities and give them gifts and then provides the supports to? Help people, do better why can we. Not greed. More mixed development housing in. Communities With their gentrified and create, affordable home purchasing for lower, income, people and not just leave the the house purchasing, or the home purchasing to those who can afford it in the, in the communities that were once the undesirable communities. We're not talking about giving people handouts of trying to, get them to assimilate to something different we're talking about getting people the resources and the support. That they need the mental health supports the education supports the economic supports to do better and to let them, have what is their culture but to bring it out in the best ways. To go to Bob in Alabama siriusxm one twenty six Bob Good afternoon You know that lady raised some very interesting points and Mr. Sharpton, I mean you know about, the bible this is not a battle of flesh. And blood this is a battle for control of, the mand and we talked about transformative. The government all we need is for a. Transformative mentality And moving from victimhood to Victor victor's and, you know I grew up interested enough. Deep south Alabama Montgomery cradle of the confederacy Parents got past seven grade they both never earned much more than minimum wage raise seven. Children never spent, one day or public assistance raise, kids, who went, on Harvard Law School The majority of the kids have multiple. Degrees and you know, I remember going up Matt daddy kept his, shot nut. Right I could still see it now and we knew where a couple of handguns were. Those guns because in our mind if you don't change a person's been talented you don't you really don't change the individual and, you're not gonna get. Much more of the same. It's like if you take a person who's mind has not been transformed and you give them a million dollars in two years they'd probably be broke Origin the money Just. Make society worse it starts with the mind and until people change the, way, they think well, I as he he has my. Response to that I think that you definitely need to change people's minds and I think that we must transform the minds those that are in position, in our community whether they be teachers or preachers any, figures of authority but that still does not put the government off the hook to protect citizens would gun control and other things give. You an example you say your parents raised you in Alabama where my mother was, from Alabama They, had a change of mind but. The government had to change the laws that would protect them from being killed by the Ku Klux Klan and other forces so it wasn't black on, black then it was other forces that the government had, to step in and I think a lot of us try and act as deaf if we do our proper missionary work and we. Should that the government should do Edo I'm saying you have to do both Indeed I I completely agree it is not, coincidental that what we have. Is you know high rates of of criminal shootings and killings in high impoverished. Communities it goes hand in hand people do not have access to the basic resources reports that they need to get ahead yeah there are, some people that can be the bootstrap, is pull themselves up with their own bootstraps but increasingly in America that is very difficult to. Do because we have. A prevalence of low wage jobs, for under educated person so they can't get ahead they can't get their children ahead and that creates stress and that creates trauma. So we can talk about what. Parents were able to do very often way back when when you. Know you could have an unskilled job you could have a low skill jobs and you could still provide for your family and get ahead that's not the. America of today it's not that simple And I think that again. That is why bother the. Problem and and I'm going back to the phones in Chicago also was when they decided. To, take down a lot of the public housing and it caused a housing situation in Chicago whereas. When I used to, go to Chicago when I was a kid you'd have cabrini-green you have different projects and you'd have different, you gangs in d. based. On the geopolitics once they messed it all together and became sort of every. Man and every woman putting themselves they destroyed and gentrified community as it was and now you have all kinds of kids going across all, kinds of terms and terrains.
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"The nfl draft is seven rounds deep with a couple supplemental thrown in there are times thirty two teams outta quick matt that's two hundred and twenty draft picks deep and the fcc what as probably had the highest percentage of draft picks every year for the last of dean years and they may still have that again this year but even if that's the plays that's just part of the argument because it's about what transpires on the field while they played their games in given reference point after the fact and say i'm a do we graduate to be nfl i'm a get taken in the draft what did that it's not the moving qb after it's not the deciding factor it's how well you did during the season and oh by the way yes for me yeah and a lot in big ten got ball bids a lot of se teams got ball but it's as of right now is we say the year and i think my personal opinion is yes alabama could win a national championship i never nancy see team and if they win a championship that helps make the argument that he has scc they have the champion the day now while i was state wins all playing the goal locking up for the big ten but i will check the ball records for at the big ten and the fcc and at some point we're going to have to make a decision as to what was the best conference a pro bowl they share right now it's in a big tense an elite they had the best season to this point but it's close enough that it's still in my opinion to be determined so we shots all right i'm going to potentially him out they matt daddy we did a day but it's not a given an ahl explain what i mean here i got to tweak.
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"Names are going to be a fun way to try and tie sports two what's going on with our country right now and everybody who tweeted them into I do I made Matt Daddy tweeted today it comes from PK you the Lightning we take things he's doing it at least I hope he's doing it tongue some wide and played didn't cheat it's a shame that Kevin Durant's didn't have the foresight to join the Euroleague he could do for basketball would pay by did for soccer in the us a EN trying to Stewart not really but number one Kevin Durant's while I'm sure he would like to be taught out of as a paid late tight figure in basketball one skipper eight and twenty plus million dollars is only happening per year here in the United States of America he's not getting that in Greece or France or anywhere else for that matter so he's still got a couple of paychecks to get paid lay did it in his later stages of his career maybe got allowing maybe Kevin Durant's and or other some some other superstar the NBA decides that they're going to finish up their career sharing the basketball wealth didn't talent in skill to help globalize the sport and that is a big part of why Kevin Garnett is going to get these tens of millions of dollars is yeah they do sell the NBA almost everywhere so he is helping build basketball across the globe by playing in the NBA could have a little bit more and sign in Europe every play in New York and probably yeah he's not ready to go there yet no I don't blame him for it he's got a championship to win here in the NBA and tens of millions of dollars to make but down the road it could happen but I I like you're different line of thinking their P a Lightning for that will make you the Mack dads we did today that's a mild supports the watched tonight if you look at things on the duo net Sunday night before you to get back to work Anders starred make a which although I won't be here on CBS Sports Radio.