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"mr clark" Discussed on KQED Radio
"FM in San Francisco and 89.3 of them in Sacramento. I'm Dave Freeman. Good morning. It's 7 22. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm David Greene during the campaign. NPR's Don Gonyea took us too eerie county, Pennsylvania. President Trump won there in 2016. He did not this time around, Don returned teary to talk to voters about what they want from a Biden presidency. Perry County is hotly contested turf Donald Trump barely carried it four years ago. This year. It was a narrow win for Joe Biden. Just days ago, a zoom call made the 2020 vote. Official. Mr. Clark, Are you ready? Yeah. Then we will call the eerie county Board of elections meeting to order. What followed actually stood out just for being routine, Even mundane. The four Democrats and three Republicans on the board in eery each praised how smoothly things went. Then came time to certify the results. This is clear. Yes, Mr Horton? Yes, Mr Rastetter? Yes, this is Rennie. Yes. No drama, no controversy and a 7 to 0 Bipartisan vote Elected board meeting is adjourned, so the books are closed on the election here. What's next? Decided to check in with some Biden supporters in eery whom I had met months earlier. For each. The tension of the campaign has melted away, even with the president refusing to concede. Take Michael Keys. He's a city councilman in eerie When we first talked after Labor Day, he was a bit stress. Shall we say? But now it's good to have you been. I've been walking on such a man walking on sunshine. He's singing that pop song from the 19 eighties because he's optimistic not that President elect Biden will fix everything. That there's an opportunity. It's my hope that they're able to foster more inclusion and equitable policies. We have to have equity. That's one of the things that the Trump plan left out. Another big hope for keys is that they'll be an investment in American cities to create jobs and to reform police departments. And he singled out that 1994 crime bill, which Senator Joe Biden authored and which sent so many African Americans to prison, often with long mandatory sentences. You know, it would be ironic that the same people who put together the 94 crime bill would be the same people who dismantling that would be my dream. Michael Keys is a Democrat. Not so Marianne Franti Know, a 65 year old lifelong Republican who left the party and switched her registration to independent. This summer because of Donald Trump. It's probably going to feel more like a traditional presidency where we have friendly relations with our allies instead of combative relationships with them. She also expects a more organized in scientific approach to the pandemic. She acknowledges that hard core partisanship will persist. But my expectation is it's going to be a kinder, friendlier and more professional presidency. It sounds too, like you're saying is even if they're still gridlock. Yes, Your expectation is that there's gonna be a lot of good Justin how normal it is, Yes, absolutely front. Tino thinks Biden will govern from the center. And maybe, she says, at least a few Republicans will be willing to work with him. And she says she hopes Progressive Democrats give Biden the room to find compromise. You also hear hope but not much confidence that there truly is an opportunity for a president Biden to unify the country. Scott's Lawson heads the local United Electrical Union. In theory, his members work at the locomotive Assembly plant in town where there's political division, even on the shop floor. I strongly believe that it's something that we have to fix. We have to figure out how we unite as his individuals. His family is a country, So does Joe Biden seemed to be a president who's kind of suited to that task here isn't even bigger than him. You know, I think it is bigger than than Joe Biden, but it Somebody to start that that spark start that flame right? It's it's bigger than any one person and giving the pandemic. He says. The incentive should be there for people to want to find solutions and I want the new president to succeed. Don Gonyea. NPR News Erie, Pennsylvania. Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins, has died. He was 93, the first black mayor of the nation's largest city. He spoke with Michelle Martin a few years ago. Too many of us who hold public office Think that the world is there for us that the sun rises and sets on us. That's just not the case. You permitted me to serve you and I owe you Jenkins was the son of a barber and a domestic worker. He rose in New York politics. When the city was bitterly divided by race. In the 19 eighties, a white man became famous for shooting black men on the subway. Five black teenagers were accused of a sexual assault they did not commit. Dinkins talked of bringing the city together and in 1989 defeated a white former prosecutor named Rudy Giuliani. Just spoken to Mayor elect David Dinkins. No,.
"mr clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"District Attorney's association is asking the NFL toe pull the Piazza Association president in Eldorado County, D. A. Vern Pierson, saying the video fails to provide context of the teens fateful encounter with police video tells the story. The tragic story of the death of Mr Clark largely through the voice of it. Mother, and we certainly don't challenge that or question that the grief and the suffering that she has endured, but it may be well intentioned. The video performs a disservice instead of a public service by omitting crucial facts. Which preceded Mr Card, Tragic Death, fax that a California attorney General Javier, but Sarah reference last March when declining to press criminal charges against the officers involved. The evidence establishes that Mr Clarke committed several unlawful acts. By breaking the sliding glass door oven Avery home as well as breaking into cars, and that this fact was broadcast by police helicopter when confronted shortly. After breaking the door, Mr Clark did not follow officer's commands. At the time of the shooting. The evidence establishes that Mr Clarke had advanced significantly towards the officers. He was not retreating on the video footage. We saw a bright light near Mr Clark's person. It was clear he had something in his hand, D a, Pearson says. By emitting these facts, the NFL missed an opportunity to address issues being faced by many American communities by failing to fully account for the full set of circumstances surrounding Clark's death. They're undermining any type of meaningful conversation regarding police overreach, brutality and wrongdoing. Stefan's brother, Stephen's brothers, Devante. Clark, disagrees with the attorney's request to remove the video, saying it commemorates the life of Stefan in a positive light. It informs to educate people on the fact that Stefan should be alive today, and he did not be buried on top of his older brother to Marcus Mechanic. The crime did not warrant punishment, therefore had nothing but itself. D A. Pearson, on the other hand, is calling for NFL commissioner Roger Goodell to reexamine the facts of stuff on Clark Steph and produce a video that accurately depicts the conduct of all concerned in the officer involved shooting Kitty. Alright Joe Michaels reporting Thank you. That's your poll question. Should the p ECE be pulled? That sonar KPK Twitter page there. 5 50 traffic and weather together. Let's get to that right now. Kfbk Xena, brought to you by batteries plus full stand town to the split is now nine minutes on eastbound Cap City Get better all the time and to Roseville is as good as it's gonna get much. Nine minutes there on eastbound 80 to Douglass Boulevard. If you're going to hell Grove is going to be I five for 11 minutes or 99 for about 12 minutes. So it really not bad. Either way you're going at Folsom eastbound 50. It's an 18 minute ride for Now westbound. We're having a little bit of a garage sale. It looks like a westbound 50 and Folsom Boulevard looking for a couch in the number three lane and Prairie City Road. Look for a table in the number three lane. So be careful out there. Somebody has lost some of their furniture. They can't have the woodland..
"mr clark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"That's S E B said gawker dot com and click on the Stand with Israel Tour. Let's go to somebody on the issue off the police Endorsement Line. Three Robert in Cleveland. Hey, Mr Clark, A hungry very well. Welcome. I just want to make a quick comment, although I'm very happy that the police unions are endorsing Republican ticket. This time, I can tell you to experience that Probably the upper 80 90 percentile of cops have been voting even independence on the Republican side of the ticket for decades. You, Leo? Yes, I am. You really have that kind of level of certitude that 90% have been Republicans really? It's been my experience that we leave vote Republican and wouldn't even see say decades but at least that last several elections George Bush. So what was the function? Was it just the management that we're going against their membership and endorsing Obama and Biden for decades? Is that the rial story? I don't know. I just wanted to speak towards you know, the individual officers at a great great number would usually from my experience go Republican. But I'm thrilled that the union had Are endorsing Trump. You know, it's a big deal. I tend, You know, I don't have that level off anecdotal proof that you as a practicing Leo have But I think I would probably expect maybe not 90% but a goodly number because guess what, you and your colleagues live in the real world. Roberts down the line. If we haven't done so already, let's give him a signed copy off the wall for America's soul. Whichever off my books he would like to get God bless you, Robert. Keep protecting your fellow.
"mr clark" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Show one six hundred W. R. E. C. S. six hundred W. R. E. C. dot com the afternoon to you ladies and gentleman no missed person's not here he'll be back with you after the new year and that place is it bill says what what's the dulcet tones is one of Mr Clark senior en route to you let's get it started we can talk about the holiday I am going to try not to deal with impeachment out although I know in the course of the show it will come up its first Bergesen show and like I said he'll be back with you later he will be working for the great one we'll tell you more about that six minutes after the four o'clock hour on a holiday weekend it is official tomorrow on Christmas Eve and in doing research is we always do a hundred and fifteen million people will be traveling a mostly driving starting yesterday actually is what the the A. A. R. P. people say and the adult people say me literally millions of us on the roads with family coming and I've got some coming but a bunch over Turkey day so thank you for joining us ladies and gentleman nine zero one five three five nine seven three two give us a call let us know what you gonna do for your holiday I.
Who Would Win Dracula vs Cyborg
"Could not be more excited about this particular match up you know we talk about what I want to see out of battles me this Guy Ray I wanna see Contra asked of styles I wanna see to roughly matched characters fighting each other who aren't exactly the same we've talked before on this show many times sick and tired of the pedantic Green Arrow versus Hawkeye battle I'll always go back to his just who cares they're both the same dude yawn yawn bar Searle Wretch I'm over it what I wanna see is an ancient Vampire Count Dracula versus the cybernetic hero from the future org these are two class of styles but still very very compelling as a match up the this matchup reminds me of the first. UFC days where you would have you know the karate master versus the Kung Fu master or the jets jitsu versus the shoot fighter this one each of these characters clearly stays within their lane Cyborg doesn't dabble in the supernatural and I really don't think Dracula kind of goes over to the technological outside either I don't think he's ordering stuff on Amazon now that's he's definitely not neuberger either no no no no now to kind of help us with this debate we needed the think outside the box for judges and ray you had a great suggestion to bring someone in who when you think of contracting styles you think if someone who can kind of wrap their heads around the cultural impact of each character you brought up someone's name why thought was absolutely genius you can you can go ahead and Gush your guts out because what you're trying to say here's we needed somebody a little smarter for this episode and that's what I got for you definitely smarter than you and I and I think that's exactly what we got it's not saying it's not I know I I'm not saying doc I'm just not saying that you're smart and joining us in an amazing amazing actor comedian and voice over artists is Rama Blurry rumour accused of being on the show thank you for having me I didn't realize I was GONNA get buttered up so quickly at the beginning of the show well of course we're getting buttered up by James He wants something from you Aka Torri in this battle are you saying you don't want anything from me right I'm just saying I'll deserve it when I get it okay so you're willing to accept whatever my judgment is by the end I'm fact you look great today that out very very attractive man really James when I said let's bring someone smart maybe even genius intellect in the studio it wasn't actually needing for the person to be so gosh darn handsome but here we are well here we are and I'm I'm already tallying in my head I can't tell you who's winning this flatter off yet yet rabbi they'll tell you I I gotTa Tell You you're very successful active done a lot with your voice over career you're in a number of nationally and internationally syndicated commercials correct you know for different companies you're absolutely amazing I'm GonNa just ask you the question everyone else's thinking right now how are you friends with Ray I appeared on another podcast of raise knowing is half the podcast a great show that rates show and I linked to the three people on that show yeah it was here breath with the fabulous Mr Clark Chan and everyone's friend Eileen Eileen Mary O'CONNELL judge the muppets versus sesame street battle on the WHO would win six one of our favorites yep so I met I met Ray there and was wild by his podcasting acumen but also his passion for purely obscured or pop cultural Ephemera so when he asked if I would do this I said yes and then when he told me what the battle was I said Oh hell yeah very cool so what is your experience within geek culture because very often we have judges that have such a great background to them that we sometimes forget to say like hey by the a sheer he really is into this because they were they do how are you into Geek culture well first off I wear glasses so that got me eh into it very early I read compulsively I just finished my eighth book of the year and the year of the year and that includes graphic novel doesn't things some recommended to me by Mr Clark Chan I consume a lot of media and between the written word art nick cartoons as voiceover guy doing cartoons and video games and things I'm paying attention to everything going on because this is a fun visit a fun learning lesson for anybody who wants to do voices if you do impressions and I do a lot of impressions you have to realize that if you do a bad impression it becomes a character but if you do a good impression understand somebody else might do it too so the key example is this Alan tutic everybody loves Allen to one of the most underrated absolutely Kazan firefly's amazing he's easing everything death at a funeral he was one of my favorite parts of that he took the voice of Ed Wynn Vaudeville performer win famously in Mary poppins the laughing uncle off the table forever now I loved I loved doing this man's voice it was just so much on yet we're still in the middle of Shock Tober James you've been having a very shall we say successful shock Tober so far I have I've I'd like to say that I had to work really hard to get to wins in the month of shocked over the reality is I did not have to work that hard at all I didn't even research either character I just came to the show because you are a liar who was filled with lies actually researched the hell out of I hope I can say that in shock to over the heck out of both characters they were close matches by the a ray did will was there and I somehow pulled out the victory for both so I am in in crisis mode right now because I love this matchup I love Dracula vs Cyborg and look I cannot allow Cyborg to win this battle the idea that I could be facing a skunk for the entire month of shocked HCT sickens and appalls me in I'm not trying to influence your decision in any way Rama you still have to make the right decision you still have to make the right decision for you and family well see here's the thing ray as the impartial judge here I have to rule with my mind and not with my heart so you're pleading as moving may be as heartbreaking as it may be that you are putting up a goose egg this month I can't promise you a victory I can't I have to listen to the facts argued I want is for you to hear arguments and make the correct decision that's all if if every judge did that I would have a ninety five percent win percentage on the show well I gotTa Tell You James Your silence so far in your willingness to just plead the facts and all this is going to be a very dragnet performance I'm interested in just the facts ray all right just the fact enough all right well then let's waste no more time reduce the honors and announced as matchup representing the DC universe the manso metal he irons his clothes with his but cyborg doc and representing the Marvel Universe the count who will dig through the ditches burn through the witches and slamming the back of my dracula thank you okay I'll make a note about it we'll make a note about it before we go any further let's go over the official rules about who would win matched I roll number one each debater will be able to make three points rule number two the WHO would win matches a random encounter in neutral location with neither combatant necessarily knowing anything about their opponent or having any time to prepare part will number three the exact version the character has to be specifically stated so rare which version of Dracula you're using this is such a tough decision there are so many iterations of dragon in this world but I felt that since you assuredly are taking comic book version of Cyborg it would behoove me to take the powers feats and whatnot of the a six one six Marvel Marvel version of dracula gay that kind of scares me a little bit because that's in my opinion the most powerful form DRACULA in popular culture so it's Kinda what's being known as what People Know About Dracula these days I felt anymore right that's true okay well I will be using when did it become a New Yorker right now are you filled with a certain level of bombast when you get to the Mike you lean in and then you start projecting on Amazon by Taibbi and Hashtag who would win rate please give us the DETAILS ON DRACULA COUNT DRACULA is a powerful vampire who first appeared in the eighteen ninety seven brands Tokar Novel Dracula. Today's version of this iconic character is the marvel iteration who first appeared in historical suspense number seven in Nineteen fifty one then was rebooted in Tomb of Dracula number one in nineteen seventy two the newer version was made by Gerry Conway as well as Gene COLAN DRACULA'S PERHAPS THE MOST famous vampire of all time sorry twilight kids owing to the era a free to use characters in Comic Books Dracula makes her a formidable monster or overlord ending on the needs of the Story Dracula has a host of vampiric abilities including
"mr clark" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"It's called stubs Ayla subscription, and it is twenty bucks a month. And it is been one that has done what it's promised. And anytime there's something that is an offer in the marketplace that people are excited about and then we hear no complaints either. That means nobody's excited about the ideas. I was I don't go to movies or they're doing it. Right. And it's generating no complaints, which seems to be the story with AMC AMC's competitors. Have to my knowledge have not launched product similar to what AMC has done with its program. But for now, it is the best deal going after cinema has closed all the terrible terrible problems that movie passes had Steve is with us on the car Howard show. Hi, steve. How you doing? Are you Mr Clark is pleasure to talk to you today? Well, great to have you here. How can I serve you? Well, I love your show and had listened to it for years. My question is and what I've learned from. You is sound similar to be true. It must be. So we go to Hawaii and the Carbonell prices are where if they're, you know, one of the big warehouse clubs, Costco is always usually the cheapest, but there's a company called auto slash. And I have not heard anything about them. But they're coming onto the eighty dollars a week less and knocked or full size one week car for a Hertz or Avis or somebody big. It's not you're not renting with the small company. Warning, if you have you ever heard of that company. Yeah. Auto slash has been around for good while and they had more difficulty with their business model than they did at first because some of the car rental agencies have not been happy with them. Continually shopping your rentals as they probably explained to you. They keep tracking. And after you book to your car rental. They'll check it from time to time. And if it comes along that's better, they'll then notify you get that cheaper deal. And so it is this legit. You don't even have to prepay which I thought was well, how are these companies agreed to that? If there doesn't cost you anything to sign up for any. Degree truth auto slash is getting a commission for the bookings that that they make. And so if I'm a car rental agency, and I got a fleet of cars sitting there and somebody's coming along saying, hey, I'm gonna get that rented for you. They're like cool. We're great with it. So you like it. It's it's okay to go completely. And again, it's so Iran, I was just talking about when I talk about something, and we don't hear complaints. I can't think of a complaint ever about auto slash dot com. Okay. But you.
"mr clark" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Fox News. City council meeting in Sacramento, California turns heated after the findings of the state and county investigation into the shooting death of unarmed. Black man, Stefan Clark meeting eventually returned to order and continue California attorney general Javier, Sarah says the Sacramento officers who shot and killed John. Clarke should not be charged that Clark had been breaking into cars that night did not follow officers commands and had something in his hand after the shooting video footage shows officers asking each other if they had been shot after the shooting officers waited for backup before approaching Mr Clark, believing they were endanger turned out, he wasn't armed. It was a cell phone. He was holding protests erupted last year after Clark was killed along with this past weekend after Sacramento county, DA declined to charge the officer. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal has federal authorities are opening their own investigation into the shooting the FBI Sacramento office as well as the Justice department, civil rights division will look into the shooting. He will stay the Broward County Florida school board voting six to three in favor of keeping superintendent Robert Runcie in place. He was at the helm during the Marjory stoneman Douglas high school shootings charges. It was said could happen anywhere. But it happened here in Broward County. And I believe that we can use this moment on as a unique opportunity emotion to fire Runcie was introduced by a school board member who was elected after her daughter and sixteen others were killed at the school. In parkland. President Trump has declared a major disaster in Alabama and as ordered federal aid supplement state and local efforts in Lee county, at least twenty three people were killed in the series of tornadoes that broke out over the weekend. The highest rank Aena four packing one hundred seventy mph winds..
California AG sees no grounds for charging police in black man's killing
"California, attorney general havi air, but thera says no charge. Will be filed against Sacramento police officers who shot and killed an unarmed. Black man, Stefan Clark when confronted shortly after breaking the door. Mr Clark did not follow. Officers commands Sarah says a nearly yearlong investigation shows the officers believed they were in danger turns out Clark had a cell phone in his hand his killing prompted protests in the California state capital. Honestly think that the Clark family can help us all move forward. And I and I hope we can in this to be. Some of the warriors who help us move in interrupt direction. Some eighty people were arrested during a protest last night in the
"mr clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"John mcginnis with your NewsRadio became more Jimi Hendrix from long before our producer was born. That. Thanks for being on board. This is again, this is the topic of conversation that needs to be had. And I'll ask the question on the air. And of course, I'll take other thoughts on it as well. But do you think that the decision announced by the by the attorney general today will make some difference in terms of calming the concerns of the community? I it's interesting because many of us, and I sense that there's probably a greater degree of likelihood that the people in this audience listened to the entirety of the district attorney's press conference on Saturday, which was ran about about seventy minutes. I think a little over an hour. In which by the way, people who watched and listened seemed to agree. It was it was riveting, and I think she did an extraordinary job of communicating a whole host of complicated facts, and synthesizing it very very clearly into what it was that ultimately led her to make the decision she made she stopped short of drawing conclusions that were not in her lane. In other words, those things that were not the product of legal analysis. She stayed out of this was this an intent on the part of Mr Clark to draw fire to end his own life. Was that his plan was he trying to commit suicide and urging someone else to actually take that course of action. She didn't answer that question. She didn't reach a conclusion, I have no doubt than in her mind. She has an opinion and a conclusion based upon all she saw. But she published the the evidence that would lead one to to make that determination and allowed the consumer of words to draw that conclusion themselves, I think that's exactly what her obligation is. She did analysis that resulted in legal conclusions as to the the criminality or lack thereof on the part of the officers. And by the way, just to just to reiterate there is a difference between simply declining to file charges which the with every district attorney in the state has a right to do even if there was criminal conduct. But there's a difference between that and actually determining that no crime took place. And that was what she very clearly and boldly stated as reiterated by the attorney general today, that's a significant distinction. Remember, the the the district attorney it has a a quasi-judicial role. So they can look at a case in which. Yes, there is criminal conduct. But declined to file in fact, they have an ethical obligation to declined to file if they don't believe they can persuade a jury of the defendants peers as to their guilt. That's there. That's there. A mandate that's the expectation of her office. But again, she wants so far is to make clear that there was no criminal conduct. So it's a powerful. Exoneration of the officers course of action, it's not merely. Now, there's not enough there there. This was this was unambiguous and clear, it's not a close one. And again that was largely reiterated by the attorney general today. So what does this mean what's it gonna do now? And don't and don't forget we cover this a little bit yesterday. But the the evidence as to Mr Clark state of mind is suicidal ID. Was brought into this discussion by the district attorney, which is absolutely fair. Absolutely proper. Absolutely fitting had had there been any hope of filing charges against the officers. That would have been absolutely presented to the jury fact, and and as much as a civil case civil file civil litigation case has been filed against the officers in the city of Sacramento, if in fact that goes to trial, which I seriously doubt it will. But if it does that also will result in a situation in which the jury will hear that evidence again and hear more of it unedited unambiguous terminology that was used in the course of the communication that did establish. I think to any reasonable person clearly that Mr Clarke had suicidal those were his last thoughts in his life. And there's even an explanation as to the context as to why. So that's that's where we are. And again to go back to my initial point the as I assume so many people hung on every word the DA had to share on Saturday. There are many people who have paid scant attention to it. Don't know. And the I've heard some of the commentary. They're confused as to how somebody would mistake a cell phone for a gun. Well, if you look at that with the benefit of all of that information, I think there's a clearer picture. There's a whole lot more on this in terms of things that were shared and things that that are in the public domain now that are worthy of thoughts and consideration. We're gonna try to cover as many of those as we possibly can today. Nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty quick break coming back with more conversation right after this do not go away. Building.
"mr clark" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Fox News. California's attorney general concluding the investigation into to Sacramento police officers who shot and killed an unarmed. Black man last year. Fox's Jessica Rosenthal has more live. Lease a California attorney general havi are Sarah says the Sacramento officers who shot and killed two. Clarke should not be charged. That Clark had been breaking into cars to not follow officers commands and had something in his hand at the time after the shooting video footage shows officers asking each other if they had been shot after the shooting officers waited for backup before approaching Mr Clark believing they were endangered it turned out. It turned out. Clark was not armed. It was a cell phone. He was holding protests erupted last year after Clark was killed along with this weekend after Sacramento county's DA declined to charge the officers Lisa. Jessica breaking news out of Florida where the Broward County school board has just voted on whether to fire it superintendent over the Marjorie. Stoneman Douglas high school massacre. Fox's grenell? Scott has this live Lisa the board voted just moments ago to keep Robert Runcie as superintendent but not without much debate. Kelly Shanley said during the debate session that this is what the district needs. There's so many great things happening under his leadership under your leadership, but board member Nora Rupert says she's heard cries for change loud and clear parklands seventeen families have asked for the superintendent to resign. It should not be difficult to do the right thing and standing nudity, but says families Runcie had been criticized in the wake of last year's deadly shooting. But says he's now ready to work with the board for change. Former New York City mayor Mike Bloomberg announcing he is not running for president Bloomberg announced this decision and in a detoro this afternoon. He courage Democrats to unify behind a nominee who could be President Trump. This is Fox News..
"mr clark" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Attorney's analysis and her announcement of that over the weekend. Frankly, she left no stone on she did specifically refrain from a probably I would assume something that would be a temptation for her to step outside of her lane in so far as she did not conclude. She did not publicly state that this was and I'm going to use the term I hate that. This was a suicide by cop. I've already articulated why I don't like that term, but she didn't say that because that's not a legal conclusion, and it's not subject to due process of law. The legal conclusion was based upon the officers course of action she concluded appropriately. There I believe and unequivocally in terms of of what that represented a couple of things that I want to discuss on this, and I get a lot of questions on this. Why is the descendants telecommunication information public and the officers are not well, it's real simple. It's the fourth amendment to the constitution, and is is real simple on its face and all of us enjoy this, right? Every one of us is not limited to police officers. This is not something done to protect. Law enforcement officers is to protect you and me and everybody else. Fifty two words in length the fourth amendment to the constitution, the right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers and effects against unreasonable searches and seizures shall not be violated. And no warrant shall issue, but upon probable cause supported by author affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched and the persons are things to be seized. Now, I have written search warrant affidavits. And I felt as I was pretty adept at at meeting that standard to actually get a warrant issued for to conduct a search. There's no way in the world. A search warrant could be obtained to get into these officers. Telecommunications Mr Clark on the other hand, and this may sound callous. But when he died his fourth amendment protection all of his rights went with him. So now, the public the members of the community have demanded that these questions be answered on a very public stage, and the district attorney did just that. The deafening silence. That bothers me so enormously about this is from city hall and from other members of the community. What about the officers who were drawn into this encounter? They didn't single Mr. Mr Clarke out. They didn't want to go confront him. They were duty bound there were called to that location by people who are relying upon them for fundamental services to keep themselves alive and safe and well and enjoy quality of life and their liberty. They reacted they were confronted with a set of circumstances that force their hand. And I have heard not one whisper not one hint of concern for the well being of these officers human beings who executed the duties and the manner in which they were trained in service to the community. Or conversation coming up after this don't go away..
"mr clark" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Because we're drove is one of the last things you'll do I start in my way out. But that's like once the finishing touches have been put on like, you'll go through fittings and stuff. And and and we had a great costume designer in season one as well who sort of just like built out this character. And it's funny. She was also the costume designer for halt and catch fire. Oh, cool. And she was like. She was the one. She was like, okay, we're gonna like separate your halt character from this character. Right. 'cause they both are going to have mustaches. So she's like, okay. We're gonna do. No glasses for Mr Clark. That's cool that she had that knowledge. Yeah. You know? Oh, she's she's just a brilliant brilliant lady, and you know, sort of walked through the character. And she would ask me things about the character, and she would pull something and like try it, and you know, with her it was always maybe a one and a half hour to two hour process of putting together the look of the character. Yeah. And even then I don't know what's going to get picked, right? It's just a conversation that I've had with her. And then when I go on day one. That's when I see what I'm wearing because they take the she's going to take to take a bunch of picture. And then yeah. Take those to the creators and go like what we think, you know, mix and match what he, you know, these pants this shirt, you know, this jacket sweater. So really like the sweater thing. Mr Clark does was with all her. And so I think as far as the process goes like, it's it's it's it's internal like you find the motivation. So I'm not smart. I'm not a smart, man. I'm not like science guy. So I was like it would be ridiculous for me to try to learn these scientific concepts at this point in the so my process was more. Why I got the I think the first six scripts before we started shooting. So I got to really sort of delve into the story of the first season. And also like what all my character. Does in the first season. Any e definitely goes out of his way to like help the kids. Yeah. Even before I think it's episode seven where he is on a date and takes a phone call like in the middle of date. But even before then I think in five is is wills funeral. Spoiler alert. You know, the kids come to. And they're like, hey, you know, what about this other dimension stuff? And so Mike, okay. I'm not smart enough to fully understand. How alternate dimensions work, right? But what I can't understand is why someone would sort of go out of their way. And it'd be like, oh, it's because it's out of love, and he wants to use wants to help in any way that he can. Yeah. And so when the kids come home at a funeral and say, how do you, you know, open a doorway to another dimension. Right. He's like great. Let's talk about that. Right. Because you guys maybe want to get your mind off the fact that your friend is dead. Yeah. Because that's what's really like, I I get you know, when some actors need to learn the science behind the thing if they're playing that role. But like, the the heart of it is the is the heart and the emotion of it. Yeah. I think so a that approach. I think it makes a lot of sense. Yeah. It it worked for me again, because I'm not, you know, a brilliant scientific mind. Remember, so I was like there's got to be some sort of method that I could use to get. Yeah. To make this not just exposition which it wasn't. You know, it's not exposition in the script. But I'm like, you know, a bad actor can take good dialogue. Just turn it into. Here's information and just sort of spit out information at Yunos like let's I don't wanna do that..
Gussie Clarke Says Reggae Spreads A Universal Message
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything finally today. How about a little reggae. It is probably Jamaica's most recognizable and influential musical genre. And now it has been recognized by the United Nations reggae has earned an entry on UNESCO's Representative list of the intangible cultural heritage of humanity. Joining hundreds of other traditions from embroidery art integ- stand to bobbin lace making in Slovenia and one of the people pushing to recognize reggae on this list. Was Augusta's Clark known as gussie. He's been a leading reggae producer and music publishers since the nineteen seventies and has many hits to his name. He's also the founder of music works studio in Kingston, and he was tapped by the ministry of culture to help make the case for reggae. And he's with us now from his office in Kingston, the capital gussie Clarke, thank you so much for joining us. Congratulations. Thank you for the opportunity to spread the word that the world anew said, he's well, no, thank you for that. But the world already knows about reggae. So why was it important for reggae to get this official recognition as with any innovation recognition? Shen needs three placed at the head of those who created so as a country, we are somewhat of a cultural powerhouse. So we felt that it was appropriate for it to be, you know, recognized as with many other things we do that we were to innovators of this yard or music. So for the three people who might not be familiar with reggae already. Could you tell us a little bit about what makes reggae reggae? The most known factor about reggae is about the message in the music. And that message has resonated with people of a law social economic base. Gene. Coz, you votes troby hold on keep good have faith and love your brother, a good guy. So it's the message in a music a lot of people who've learned reggae just don't even sometimes under stunned. But it it's it's the beat is very infectious at it catches you. I mean, reggae is so much of an individual culture, and he can extend to the by their country, for example, if we have the same set the news today playing Samsung and tomorrow, they are playing the same on what field in a different mood. You'll get a difference on not the same. So it is subject to feel the mood of the individuals at the time of which they are creating what they are creating the UNESCO page about reggae states. That the music is a contribution to international discourse on issues of injustice resistance love and humanity, which are all just deeply important aspects of the human condition. But isn't there something a little strange about the fact that something that arises from people who are on the margins right? Who who do not have a voice, and then now to have it kind of brought into these elite spaces is there something a little weird about that. No. It just simply means it does cross Barton's bone Drew's cultures. Their person's over example, extremely well. Off might be run richest persons the world, there might not be happy. But the IRA songs that carry that kind of message at makes them feel good the. Might be persons who are pretty poor and brecca gives them the vibe feeling to work hard to rise up to the occasion and be better than what they are. So getting to the world front desk. Cross so many bones of social economical, cultural political, and it has a space in every different weird lands because he's not one dimension message. It could be love it could be defend yourself. It could stand up for your right? It could be don't be stupid. It has so many different message. It it resonates. Nearly everyone who gets upper trinity list property, so Mr Clark can you pick a song to play us out one love? It's the order of the day by Bob Marley one. Love is good enough for me. Right. That's legendary reggae producer. Thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you too. Bye.
"mr clark" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"Don't give yourself a seven. Every we're in a culture of seven's, aren't we sevens people love to give seven when you're face to face? They'll give you seven. When they're on the internet, they give you zero to see, plus you're done that, okay, this is this is an example. I went up to dinner last night with my daughter, and the waiter says to me, waitress says to me, how was the food? And I said it was great because it was great. There you go. Now I went out to dinner on a couple months ago and went to a place. It's very expensive. And the waiter says to me, how was the food? And I said, the food was not great, and he says, okay, what can I do? I want you know, you asked me the question and I'm just telling you the food was not good, and I know that and the manager came up and said, sir, I'd like to compu- meal tonight and just refunding. I said, well, if you want to. That's okay. I'm just. I asked the question of, was it good? And I said, no, it wasn't. And the guy goes, yeah, we'll comp they took care of it. I didn't go on yelp and slam. Certainly not gonna mention the name of the restaurant on the show. I didn't go on Google and bash the guy I told him in actually afterwards. I went out after the meal and I wrote a positive review about the business because I didn't say they had a bad mistake. Great ownership, ideas, Chucky cheeses, but you have to do that. You have to ask people, right? You have to ask, hey, how happy are you with the product? But a lot of people don't tell you they're disatisfied. No, no, no. They don't tell anybody else, and that's gonna product liability insurance because eventually you're going to find out via the form of a certified letter. Oh, it's fun when they said you a letter, the green, the letter, o the green letter that comes in here it is certified mail and you got a guy knocking on your door or the little sticky note because you weren't there. I've got a certified delivery for Mr Clark here, and then you open it up and you.
"mr clark" Discussed on Inappropriate Earl
"And that's why he was so popular like, so I, you know, I don't know. You know, that's why it's frustrated. I've kind of disag- sept- it that it's all struggle and it's all journey. Sometimes you're up, sometimes you're down. Oh yes. I mean, it's I try like we've said. I try not to worry about things. I can't control. You know, people keep asking me about. You know before season three star, you're going to be on season three, right? I'm like, I don't know. I don't know how about the cartoons cartoon coming back. I don't know. Four. But I think a lot of people outside of show biz think that people in show bizz have a lot more control over than they do not controlling anything. No. This. So, you know, I try and. You know, just if it happens, it happens, you know. I mean, the Showtime show just ended couple of weeks ago. I would love for there to be a season three, but I can't sit there everyday. Goma geyser, ceasing, threes, universities, you gotta leave your fucking life. I mean, yeah, it's just everything's out of your control in Hollywood other than which is why love and put so much energy into this podcast. I wanted you on the show. I got you on the show. I didn't have to go, hey, Mr Clark. And yet your son. Sign a waiver, it'd be hilarious. Right, right. A Travis. Do this podcast will what are your numbers now? Just go directly to the source. So you know, that's why think podcasts are so popular. That's why everyone does because you're in control your control. Yeah, and there's an immediacy to it. You don't have to sit there and we gotta figure out a way you fucking sit down. You have a conversation and your fucking. That's it. Yeah. You leave. You know, you put it out the next day or that night, and hopefully people like it and want to see you come back. So you know, that's really the only thing and you know you two videos, you know or any never got into those, why value and value in for sure. I just I just look at it and go, I gotta get a camera and I got to set up some shit and I got I video editing. Yeah. I mean, it's definitely skill. I don't have like, you know, Whitney rice was. You know, she is amazing that like she like just two to three videos a week owner all perfectly edited. She the music fits every because I used to be in some of videos, and it was like unbelievable how she would crank out. It's all her. Yeah, I mean she is, but now she's doing TV shows and whatnot, but she got signed her agency basically through them seen her crank out video after video after video. Like I do this podcast. This is easy. Put the music on the front, the back and that's right. I don't add a book polo doughnut. The middle put on soundcloud. Upload it goes, I tunes literally pretty simple. So you know, we'll see what happens. Keep at it man. Where can people find you Mr Clarke Mr.. Travis Clark on Instagram and and Twitter. I'm Bo at Travis Clark on on everything. Do you have a website? Not anymore and give us the podcast all plug but say it slowly. Got you. Plug all your podcast, and then we'll get nice little podcast funnel going. I host a talk show with my buddy Jonathan to douse key called quick question. That's where we have people on. They reach into a jar of questions. We even we don't know what the question will be, and then we have a little conversation about that quick question just started our season to. You can find us on itunes and Stitcher and Spotify, and all of those things that and you can follow that show at quick q. pod on. Instagram and Twitter, and then just head over to the unpopular opinion or unpopular network. There's a lot of shows there that I guess on. And I host to one called heart shaped pod, which is all about the band nirvana. And one called three dollar pod y'all, which is all about limp biscuit. And tomorrow night at the Hollywood hotel tomorrow night at the Hollywood hotel. Bunch of unpack hosts will be doing the stand up comedy, right? This is been an honor, Travis..
"mr clark" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"And that is a recipe to overspent and the google home device is a superior device to amazon's and it is discounted all over the place today because it coincides with amazon doing the big push to try to get the echo and the echo dot in your home if you wanna try to control your spending trust me you're much better off with google device and we're speaking now with james james welcome to the car coward show are you doing mr clark it's an owner fung lee took well great to have you here how can i james oh i have a question i had to unlock well one of my credit of fear owes one of the big three and now it says you can lock it and sit a freezing it unlocked and lock it and it has an f to your film now i was back in there if he on hold banking nets until it hurt you talk about it new proved it so you don't i i've got the banking nap and my phone i've got a couple of credit card apps but one of the credit bureaus where you can unlock and lock your credit will free kinda there okay so i'm so glad you're asking me about this because i haven't talked about what's known as credit lock in probably two or three months but we which is the alternative that the three credit bureaus are pushing as an alternative to you doing credit freeze which by the way credit freeze will be free nationally in two months yes i'm looking forward to that then i can finally get my credit karma count so your credit karma you know when you you have to set up credit karma when your credits it's been frozen thawed you set it up and then after that your credit can be frozen all you want same's true or credit sesame and for they're smaller competitor credit dot com where you're able to monitor your credit you're able potentially to see a version of what is an approximation of your credit.
"mr clark" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"Nude g mail snapchat like delete feature i was baffled by the promotion of the auto delete feature of the new g mail maybe i'm being obtuse here but what would you need this for i don't know if it's clark's love of all new tack that excited him so or what but this feature made me cringe a wish he had gone from another angle from the other angle inform people had a screen shot i see massive abuse potential for this maybe it's a woman thing i hate that aside but yeah as the recipient of unwanted and even threatening email contact in the past this makes me nervous and made me instinctively research out of screen shot on my very slick tron ix it can vary from device to device sorry mr clark but i wish you would think these new features through before getting so giddy ps thank you and your team for all that you do i appreciate that and you're right that's the the unfortunate console quance than can occur when let's say someone's being harassed and they're receiving messages that then are going to vanish and your idea of learning how to screen shot is great and that is actually an achilles heel of the new g mail feature that wipes a message clean is that someone who's a recipient who doesn't want that message to disappear can simply screen shot at so i apologize if i was tone deaf and my description of it not looking at how it could be misused and you've set that record straight insurance for person with newly diagnosed sleep apnea well i cannot speak for the collar but i am thinking clark with sleepdeprived when he responded to this caller a thirty four year old male called explaining that he has newly diagnosed sleep apnea and also needs additional life insurance.
"mr clark" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Family friends and community members gathered for the funeral of twenty two year olds to fond clarke today hundreds of people gathered at the church in sacramento a week and a half after mr clark was fatally shot by police in his grandmother's backyard police say they believed he was holding a gun on the night of the shooting only a cell phone was found at the scene and since mister clark's death angry demonstrations have stayed demonstrators rather have staged multiple protests about yet another killing of yet another unarmed black man civil rights activist reverend al sharpton delivered the eulogy at this afternoon service here's what he said as he was hugged by mister clark's brother steve monti we can saying we can do whatever but i want to focus in california to note that did not been wrong what have young people standing up that not been violent basking view to stop being violent to them they not try to hurt anybody petron next step pain and anybody else won't stand with them i wanted this brother i wanted this mother and this grandmother no they won't stand alone i've three thousand mile not for y'all what we got back you can loud it in that.
"mr clark" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Man we we hope you can act because he's in the show now and unless we're gonna just start swabbing kids out like batting draper's is he's going to pull it off and he did yep our old traffic let's let's talk about the dance away first i want to point out one day i loves it this season continue the theme of his first season where a major part of these satisfying conclusion at the day being saved relied upon e an adult was wild the irresponsible the first season it was mr clark who received the phone call from the boys at ten o'clock or saturday night during his the and the boys needed to know immediately how to build a sensory deprivation take and he told them and i have said this before and say it again there is there is one good reason that a group of thirteen year old boys need to build a sensory deprivation tank at ten pm on a saturday night entities so they're telepathic friend can use her powers to help save the world and mr clarke didn't know that so i love i love that that was a big this season it was bread kelvin's character murray yes who they they figured out that the way to get benches for barb was to water it down and to make it about this lab spilling yell leaks or whatever but this is a guy who is a very important partner shell and his for deemed at the end and as finally they've gotten justice for barb but the way they got justice for barb involved a creepy single adult getting two teenagers blitz than telling me to go hook up in his spare bedroom.
"mr clark" Discussed on Pod Save the People
"Now before we go into some of the issues regarding safety in in the police you talked about brennan from mere because erase our careers really important to you that you understood the depth in the breath of the the gaps in minneapolis with regard to race what what is racial equity to you i would seats to fault uh i mean the goal i would say is a world where somebody's race or their current level of income or their current zip code dozen predict to us what their life outcomes are likely to be in any way um and equity as opposed to equality is making sure that the policies that we put into place that the programs that we have that the things that we do are designed to understand that there is a legacy of racism uh that are systems were set up in racial is way and that to change that we may have to put more or less resources in some people or some places or some ideas so that we can all reach a goal that we share which is everybody being able to do well so uh what i mean by that the shorthand for that is equality is everybody gets a pair of shoes equity as everybody gets a pair of shoes that fit god now let's take that to talk about safety in the police so under your ettinger as mayor there meant to our hopper what killings by the police in minneapolis warm mr clark who was killed in 2015 in the most recent was disdain damond at who was recently killed in the past couple of weeks can utah was in minneapolis for the fourth precinct protest at a end there with the protesters were critical of how you responded to at the fourth precinct critical of how you responded to the killing of a demar clark is specially now in light of how it seems the response digesting damon is just so different can you d can you just respond to bat in general and then i'll ask them questions about jamaa ended testing separately.