17 Burst results for "Mr. Randolph"
"mr. randolph" Discussed on KQED Radio
"To success and creating the next generation of black leadership in this country. Mr Randolph, could you tell us about your mentor and how he's always helped? Absolutely somebody. My mentor's name is Jim Kaiser. He was the senior vice president of Corning's glassware manufacturing. He's had an illustrious career right now. He actually works for the Executive Leadership Council, which eyes among the top professionals and many industries in America. And he actually found me. In a time of need and desperation. Unfortunately, both my parents didn't really have a traditional college experience. So I wasn't really sure how to do the research. And I kinda had a lot of fear about the future that caused me to He caught off guard by the college experience. And so when I went to Florida International University, they had offered me a $36,000 scholarship. But when I got there, I actually found out it wasn't yearly. But instead that $36,000 was to be divvied up over the four years. That's a big difference. And, Yeah, it's a huge difference. And so you know, I was panicked, and I was Running between you know, the Register's office and the scholarship office. That's when Jim Kaiser found me. He one of the first things he told me was first of all you need to relax, and I'm going to tell you that something that you need to do and it is. Let's make a simple exhale budget, having the sources of income and the uses of income, So you know exactly how much money you need and when you need to buy, and if your sources of income are less than your uses, that means you either need to get a job or get some scholarships or grants. After that, I actually transferred back to see you because of the financial reason him teaching me how to do something as simple as making a budget. I'm actually gonna be able to graduate debt free because of my increased ability, toe manage my money, and that's completely changed My outlook and my future That's wonderful. I understand that a lot of the mentors well, they're much older, they could be in their sixties seventies. Are there any generational differences that sometimes need to be worked? Let me get your response. Mr Randall's Yes, There is a bit of an age difference. But I would say, you know, with age comes wisdom for my mentor, Jim Kaiser. He's given me Ah, lot of wisdom. You know him being A man who, when he was getting into corporate life in America was pretty much the only you know African American in like his branch, you know, And so he's kind of revealed to me the path of history of how we've progressed as a country, but how there are still obstacles to face as an African American in corporate life and how he's overcome them. Greg more on what to put you on the spot in any personal way..
"mr. randolph" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Our clocks back, maybe put a note on the refrigerator door fall back an hour November, the first All right. So we have snow on the way Here is the official forecast and story about the upcoming whether that's headed our way from the National Weather Service after several weeks of near record unseasonable heat Mexico will see some cooler temperatures beginning this weekend with the Friday Cold front, moving into eastern part of the state before a dramatic drop in hard freeze headed for the Albuquerque area over Monday night. Monday is the big day for this Now. Monday is the big day for really cold temperatures. We'll have to see how far West that backdoor cold front comes, says Ah, Mr Randolph hurt the meteorologist with the National Weather Service down, Albert. You want to see how far it comes? We're expecting at least a moderate cool down through the Rio Grande Valley, and that cool down is going to be lesser or the further West. You get Monday will bring the first hard freeze of the season. Most of northern New Mexico. Temperatures in Albuquerque will drop in at mid twenties on Monday night. 60% chance of precipitation down there 80% chance. Up here. There's the outside chance of a storm for Sunday and Monday. We're moving back to drier conditions after that, so that's the upcoming snowstorm and overnight that will, you know, freeze overnight hard freeze overnight. And so bring the animals in. Maybe leave the fossa dripping. Put antifreeze in the radiator. Get the big code out. Bundle up ran from firewood. Going to be chilly.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on 20/20
"Time Kennedy made that speech King. Had already begun his post Birmingham tour across the country. That tool would convinced him that Randolph's march on Washington. Idea was the best way forward and he began to say so. We're calling for non-violent peaceful. March on Washington. You WanNa go down by the hundreds by the thousands. By the hundreds of thousands. We are determined to be free in sixty three. And a way got to streams coming together the political stream that Kennedy had making that speech and kings protests stream planning to have a march. Now, they've got a bill that the president has introduced. To have a march for. Randolph wanted the march to be about jobs. King wanted it to be about freedom. Grand? Office. Saying we may need to march to try to push President Kennedy into doing the right thing. The same way we push President Roosevelt into doing the right thing in World War Two. On. July second one thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, three. The first meeting of the march on Washington Committee would take place in New York. For Four Months Randolph had been planning for just such a meeting. In January of nineteen sixty, three barred and Norman Hill. and Tom Kahn. Drafted a memo to Mr Randolph essentially saying now is the time for a march for jobs. And Economic Freedom. We must several times embar Brussels apartment. came up with a plan. This plan we presented to a full of ran both. Will before the? Critically important meeting of the big six. Civil Rights leaders that I've seen decided and agreed. That the march or take place. A Philip Randolph Negro American labor counts Whitney young the national. Urban. League. Roy. Wilkins the N. double ACP. John. Lewis Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. James Farmer Congress of racial equality. And Martin Luther King. Junior southern Christian leadership conference. The leaders of the six biggest civil rights organizations..
"mr. randolph" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Rate, audience. Young John Lewis National Chairman. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Gone. When A. For My name introduced me. Street to the podium. To Myself! Summer School Line. Speaking we today for jobs and freedom. But we have nothing to be proud of. Of. And following the law brothers here. Well I had the pleasure of speaking with Congressman Lewis at length back in two thousand thirteen and we want to hear more of that conversation. Now we started talking about what had happened earlier that summer and sixty three, when civil rights leaders I told President Kennedy that they were planning to march on the nation's capital. That was back in in June when we met with the president. A filler Randolph Dean of black leadership this. Principle! A man spoke up in his baritone voice, and he said Mr President. The Blank Moss's restless. And we're going to march on Washington and you can tell about a body language of President Kennedy. He didn't like that idea. So when talking about March on Washington, the Mike hadn't even been formally planned at that time. Right? I'm not at all, not at all, but the idea. He saw a bringing hundreds and thousands of people to Washington. He said if you bring these people to Washington, won't that be via? Listen chaos and disorder, and we will never get a civil rights bill for the Congress Mr. Randolph responded and said Mr. President, just been orderly, peaceful violent protests. You just twenty three at the time. I was twenty three years old all my hair in a few pounds lighter. You were speaker number six. On that day. I of old, tell me what you saw. Hundreds and thousands of young people, students, volunteers, black and white up in the trees, trying to get a better view than I look straight ahead. I saw many many. People and people not so young shoes or defeat in the water, trying to cool off on this hot August Day. Now your speech Congressman Lewis on that day. Many people think that it's actually as memorable possibly. As Dr King's was because Dr King gave this resounding sermon almost about hope and dreams in America. Is it fair to say that your speech was something of a counterpoint about? The reality of what was happening in the south at that time. I mean in the speech you say. That we come here today.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue
"Leaders. Randolph shot well. You remember him. Took, the lust. Editorial in the newspaper that was his competition as an attack on his paper and an attack on him personally. And he acted promptly after his publication to write, what he thought was a wrong. During the week Mr Randolph shot well ended up observing. Solicitor BOSC in the Northwest Corner of what is today Pack Square. And he was talking to an attorney. Mr James H Merriment. If you're from the Asheville area, were pass through here more than likely. You've heard of Merriman Avenue. Or has some people who moved to our area call. Mary Men Avenue. MERRYMAN. Those were the guys at hung out with Robin. James Merriman was the brother. Of Augustus Merriment on attorney and judge and was actually a fairly high ranking individual in the confederate. Government at the time before all this occurred, and that is who actually Merriman avenues is named for. Now it's not been determined the documented history of the event. From one side or the other? If The attorney. James Merriman was actually in on the incident and helped. SET UP THE SOLICITOR WAR NOT. But it does make you wonder. One issue that is clear is that he did not warn. Solicitor Lusk of the man coming up behind him with a raised Cain. Apparently lost never saw coming. Shot well the actual citizens owner in paper Man and Edgar Struck lust very strong blow to the back of his head, causing a bleeding wound, knocking him down to the ground. Once on the ground he grabbed solicitor Lusk by the call and held him up. With one hand and continue to strike the solicitor repeatedly on the head and shoulders with his town, walking cane. Now on the ground and unable to clearly see who is beating him. And not receiving any assistance or help from anyone, Lusk pulled a Smith and Wesson thirty two caliber pistol from his pocket, fired off two rounds in the direction of his attacker. Being so close. It's kind of hard to miss now, not back. The editor shot well stumbled back from the victim. Of The assault from the walking stick. Less got to his feet and spun around look for his attacker were possible accomplices. To this attack on him. Of course, he had his gun still in hand. It still loaded with a couple more rounds. Shall well received bullet wounds in each his leg. He dropped the walking stick and throughout this hands, yelling out have no weapon and shot well was taken from. Pack Square by Protective Group of his friends. You must've been. Tipped off to the upcoming event in the attack and just kind of wonder debt way to. Watch the the mayhem. A hearing the shots. Police responded to the square and the Asheville. City Marshal found Mr Lusk. The solicitor injured and still holding onto his thirty, two caliber, Smith and Wesson pistol standing among a very. quickly growing crowd of spectators. The. Marshal arrested Lusk. Quickly taking him away to the mayor's office. Now Mayor Carter remember him the guy that wrote the article writer of the editorial that caused the conflict between shot well provoked Lusk in the first place. Mayor car heard the matter in his office. He found solicitor Lusk, guilty of discharging his gun inside the town limits and fined him five dollars now this understanding really ticked off for lack of a better word. That's more PG rated a solicitor lost. But he decided not to argue the point and the mayor's ruling and the fine. He paid and left the mayor's office now in the meantime it seems an angry crowd had formed outside the mayor's door where the incident and spread pretty quickly about town, luckily for Lusk, several of the men in the large crowd that were supported in the papers to being over one hundred strong were veterans of. Solicitor Lost Former Confederate Cavalry Command. Now one of these veterans handed him some rounds for his pistol that he reloaded. By that time, it had been returned him by the city marshal. Reeling pistol found in the crowd and the same Marshall, who is still standing beside him, Lusk pointed to the crowd of angry people before him, and told the Marshall that he and his cow veterans in friend for ready to fight their way out of their the Marshall and his men could not disperse the mom peacefully. Luckily the Marshall and his men were able to do this. And this kept lost from firing, his Smith and Wesson anymore that. This was not the end of Lusk in the citizens Newspaperman shot well. Their interactions and conflicts. Rationalizing that the Klan violence so the day became kind of a second job. For newspaperman Randolph shot well. and has published papers that were written in eighteen eighty. Shot well defended the clan as a logical response to Republican misrule. Confront by what he called Republican corruption. Shot well explained it was quote. Nature's first law of self-protection to seize the law into their own hands for the redress of grievances. The resistance to opposition out the former Klan leader is one of the axioms of freedom unquote. From this perspective. He stated that quote. The clan was the illegitimate and evitable offspring of radical malice and misrule and outrage unquote. Now. This did happen solicitor Lusk did bring charted. Both men ended up. Charging, each other Mr Lusk was found not guilty. Mr Shot well was actually found guilty, but he never showed up in court, and there was never anything set about his fines. Him having to do anytime. Warning thing it. Just Kinda.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Or Jake he he's been produced and the covert nineteen quarantine mix tapes and that was just his latest installment of those mix tapes and he sent out last night and I I just got a I had to I thought to be a good way to start this morning I don't want to show what it would take you back to October third twenty nineteen terror Jim Strickland wins reelection in a landslide okay by Matthew in that election did you vote for a guy named Bruce Randolph no did you cast a vote for a guy named David sweat now what about Lisa overall no okay no you didn't because they were on the ballot so why are they making policy for Shelby County in the city of Memphis Bruce Randolph is written the rules for Jim Strickland's back to Memphis work back to work in Memphis and then Mr Randolph's addendum to updated April twenty seventh in his rules by the way by the way and let me let me just interject very quickly before before you tell everybody you had to kind of squint to find the link for addendum to I'm I guess I'm getting to the end Bruce Randolph states in in his addendum that businesses will not be allowed to open if they do not do the following he's also the guy who created the essential and nonessential list by the way and I just said by the way require all customers and employees to wear masks that was one in there and we will road you said customers too yes you will not be allowed to be open according to the unelected official Bruce Randolph review require all customers to wear masks as well as employees also an addendum to Mister rand off the unelected boss of Memphis and Shelby County so the following measures must be in place for business to be permitted to reopen cooperate with health authorities efforts to prevent controlling the spread of covert nineteen compliant with all federal and state business safety requirements whether industry specific or not place signs at entrances of high traffic areas to educate encourage what what he doesn't say is install fear in the public the political double speak here is ridiculous and and I'm gonna tell you something came over the weekend we saw a jump in positive tests have you been as you've been talking about all morning I know if that scared you I'm sorry maybe you should maybe should I want you to look at it this way there are reasons why there was a spike and I found an article in a website called the Williamson Herald which is the official newspaper and website of the good people of Williamson County okay no in that article and I'm making this point that I had to search for this information and I had to go to a website in Williamson County to be told that Shelby County was gonna increase testing over the dates of April twenty fourth through April twenty six purposely those dates for I don't know why they chose those dates out maybe it's because they're you know they're looking at re opening and that's fine but I was also told yesterday by Terry Roland that tests were conducted as far as he knew at the penal farm tool one which is going to be a high concentration of which is been the case across it's not representative of the general population I'm not disagreeing with increased testing absolutely I am disagreeing with using the spike in positive test results as a tool to maintain the current agenda of keeping the city close let me float this idea to your political bias K. have you noticed that one of the most well known names in Memphis and Shelby County has been silent to the public in all this Ben Ferguson where the hell is Steve calling bitcoin have you heard Steve Collins name during this no I haven't do you think it's possible I'm and just I just want to float this idea do you this is something I started thinking about yesterday's I started digging through all this do you think it posits possible it's steep going to set some conversation six feet apart I'm sure with local democratic forties Jim Strickland and his administration with promises of getting money from Memphis if we stay close let's face it if you ask anybody with any knowledge of who Steve Coleman is what is he known for he's the money man for Memphis when you want to get paid what do you do you call Steve Coll and he'll get it taken care of he'll go to the hill now find money for Memphis and you know what that means that means votes he will buy you vote so in the end I want to ask you this Jim if you keep things shut down this is Steve calling telling Jim go all go to the hill for you I'll get you some money to help the citizens of Memphis that is political double speak is I'll go to the hill to get money to buy votes I'm just telling you dude now didn't we know we we found out the last week or so that the projected loss of revenue for Memphis is one hundred million yes yes so so that's going to come from somewhere okay so look at this think about it also Mitch McConnell has recently as of yesterday stated that he's now going to consider bailing out states counties and even some cities so you put that together you put the fact that Cohen I think it's been silent through all this and I I I'm just questioning I don't have any facts to believe this but I'm raising the question of is he behind any of this or is it really all just data driven but we need the data to keep this thing shut down so guess what we got it April twenty fourth to April twenty six spike which may reset the clock for another two we don't know we don't know they haven't told us that we haven't gotten the mother may I answer on this keep this in in mind let's let's talk data driven coming up later this half hour because data driven is an interesting way it's an interesting way if you are looking to defend yourself it can mean a whole lot of things and I'll explain how I know from my personal and professional experience coming up but first we've got Jimmy Shotwell coming up we got we got a little bit on the happy.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"So the two men then took thirty paces intern and Klay Shot. It hit the ground behind John and then John Shot and it has stumped bind clay. Both were close but clearly meant to miss. Kay said quote. This is child's play in the reloaded and fired again. This one went through an outer layer of John's close. So that's why we're the big fat code sure. Yeah but okay. And then John raised his gun and said he would not fire again and he shot into the air and then walk to shake his hand quote my clay. You owe me a coat. Sorry Mr. Clay. You owe me a coat clay. I'm glad that debt is no greater. So that's it. They're all happy with what they've done. Okay okay so it's A. It's nice that a dual ends in just a code exchange. Yeah they both had their honor intact all good Now John Senate seat was coming up not everyone. In the Virginia State legislature felt Jonah conducted himself. Well in the Senate one said quote the Senate has been the most August and dignified body in the world until Mr Randolph was elected to it so people that didn't want him nominated someone else and John Lost. One hundred ten votes to one hundred fifteen votes he still had to finish out his term in the Senate and he acted well but he would lay awake at night so after that three months later he was back in the house the guy who had taken his place when he resigned the go taken. John's place in the house resigned to so John could be given his spot back in the house. Okay but when John came back many commented that he looked thinner and worst than ever quote. He is almost a skeleton. He was very sick quite grow worse. My food passes from me and changed. Its vantage who wants it the roast.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Care. I took every possible deduction you go. Okay Okay if you WANNA throw your money away. Just a minute ricky. Joe Are you trying to talk me out of mailing this any good? Mr And I'll let Mr Randolph talk. How but you probably know all the deductions. You're allowed glue. Things like deducting the tax. You pay on theater tickets. Naturally you know you can take off the interest. You pay on any financing here all jump Ricky. Yo what that going down on male drink he. I'm sorry I bothered. Joe Goal Him a March thirteenth. Nineteen forty nine the adventures of Ozzie and Harriet. The News of the day seventy one years ago comes up in four minutes when the Classic Radio Theatre Continues Classic Radio Theatre Family and let me ask you a question. Did you sleep last night. Did you toss and turn? Could you just not get comfortable? He did and that is one of the things that the my pillow does for you because part and the bulk of the problem of not being able to get to sleep at night is because that doggone pillow you just can't get comfortable but with a my pillow. I have the best sleep of my life. I'm the best health of my life. I do the best work of my life. And it's not for any reason other than the Vivian Lee thing that changed was my pillow. I have to tell you that the and.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"And that story is filled with chapters. That have made us who we are today. Those early chapters of that story sometimes are the ones that define us. The most. The Center for Disease Control has estimated that over half of our nation's children have experienced at least one or two types of childhood trauma that adversity can have lasting effects. When I began to have opportunities to speak advocate for students and for teachers I found myself uniquely positioned to be able to speak about childhood trauma but I had to make a decision I had to decide. Did I wanted to share the bright and shiny parts of my life. You know those ones that we put out on social media that makes us all perfect or did I wanted to make myself loanable in become an open book. The choice became very clear. In order to make a difference in the life of a child I had to become transparent so I made the commitment to tell my personal story and this story is filled with people that have loved me and taken care of Maine grown me and have helped me overcome and he'll and now. It's time for me to help others do the same. When I first started school I was. The picture of normalcy was from a good family. I was always dressed nicely. Had a smile on my face. I was prepared for school but my life was anything but normal. By this time I had already become a victim of sexual abuse and it was still happening. My parents didn't know and had not told anyone else when I started school. I felt like this was going to be my safe place so I was excited. Imagine my dismay win. I met my teacher Mr Randolph. Now Mr Randolph was not my abuser but Mr Randolph was the epitome of everything. That scared me the most in my life. I had already started these self preservation techniques to where I took myself out positions where I was going to be alone with a man and here I was as a student I was going to be in a classroom with a man every day for a year of school. How scared I didn't trust him. But you know what Mr Randolph? Turn out to be my greatest advocate but in the beginning. Oh I made sure he knew I did not like him. I was noncompliance. I was that kid that was disengaged and I also made it really hard on my parents too. I didn't want to go to school so I fought them every morning. Getting on the bus at night I couldn't sleep because my anxiety was so high so I was going into class exhausted which exhausted children are cranky children and they're not easy to teach. You know that Mr Randolph could have approached me with frustration like so many teachers do with students like me but not him. He approached me with empathy and with flexibility so grateful for that he saw the six year old tired and weary and so instead of making me go outside for recess. He would let me stay in and take naps because he knew I needed rest. Instead of sitting at the table at lunch he would come and sit with the students at the student table. He engaged me and all of my classmates in conversation are now back at. I know he had a purpose for that. He was listening. He was asking questions he needed to find out what was going on. He built a relationship with me. He earned my trust and slowly. But surely those walls that I built around myself. He started chipping away at and I realized he was one of the good guys. I know that he felt like he wasn't enough because he made the move to talk to my mom and got my mom's permission to let me start seeing school guidance. Counselor MS McFadden. I started seeing Miss McFadden once twice a week for the next two years. It was a process during that time period. I never disclosed to her the abuse because it was a secret wasn't supposed to tell but she connected the dots and no. She did because everything that she did with me was to empower me and helped me find my voice. She taught me how to use mental images to push through my fears. She taught me breathing techniques to help me get through those anxiety attacks that I would have so often and she roll plate with me and she made sure that I could stand up for myself in situations and the day came where I was in a room with my abuser and one other adult toll much. Ruth told about the abuse immediately. My abuser began to deny and the person that is close to. They just weren't equipped to handle the bombshell that I just dropped on them. It was easier to believe the abuser rather than a child so I was told never to speak of it again. I was made to feel like I had done something wrong again. It was devastating. But you know what something good came out of that day mob user knew that I was no longer going to be silent. The power shifted and the abuse stopped. Shame.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"If he was playing. Now as we did back then. Because you can't. It's hard to get away. It's not even hard to get away. You can't play that style of football football in today's NFL. myles Garrett instigated the whole thing. Jimmy's here talk about our approval rating for myles Garrett you you but first day big dummy today go to the person who asked Colin Cabinet. Are you going to wear Afros or corn road To dreadlocks though slowing down Lavar ARRINGTON resistance. Let's return to the biggest story of the day you Miles Garrett the former first round pick of the former first pick in the draft was suspended indefinitely for whacking Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet. Lavar do you think this will follow followed Garrett for the rest of his career. I don't think it will define him with but it certainly will be on his time. Line of most notable happenings in his career. Yeah I think it without question. It happened to In Basketball Ronald tests or test Meta the Meta world peace. You can't write his obituary. I can't wait a story without mentioning that's going to happen to myles Garrett hopefully a sense to a better place but he alkyl Jimmy you're suited and booted and you got Toco going what's going on first of all I would like to proffer myself. Up has legal representation for for brother miles gay brother brother malls go ahead. What okay you want to defend myles Garrett? Well if you just listen I'm trying to say t- once again my brothers we don't find ourselves in the double. The montage a double double montage and all across the airwaves today brother miles gear than just been victimized the vilified just the villain is just for just for protecting his family jewels protecting his family honor and who amongst goes. My brother's wouldn't do the same preet. Let me ask you a question. Did a white man not kick miles dared in his regionalisation flirtation. No he did. Weight did a white man not a tilt to remove his protection ahead device vice tug tug Elbe looking at my sister Josefina. She said it's so relatively. She said she said Mason. Rudolph must've said something. Magnanimous egregious rather prime. Time brother. Dion agreed with me. What did he say he said? Football is a physical and emotional game. But what did he say brother. Rudolph it off is not without. Fault is despicable phrase from abundant pile. And you know what he said. Oh or no wait your mom that always do Momma. Do Miscarriage of justice prevails. Oh Mouse Garrett was just simply trying to remove the head restraint so he could hear Mr Randolph more clearly and he was asking to reiterate his previous thing and listen and I would like to say. Furthermore he was not trying to strike the aforementioned white man he was trying to the return the protective head device on and I would like to say that in this day and time would be the American things do bottomline case closed. Okay look this is a football game. You go whistle whistle. Keep ahead on the swivel whistle whistle head on the swivel will. Truth is if the helmet didn't fit that you got to when it comes to Myles Garrett you must have that's one thing for certain ordinance. Thanks for show. How scared come see me if you want you sound just like Lavar knee a block? I don't know if that's good for you Lavar Uh for Lavar audit defendant of malls geared. And then. You've got to admit a dumpster fire just like me. Do you think you agreed and Rudolf. Truth is truth. I got him at eighteen. That's a record. Eight nine zero job performance for all time greatest twelve character to authenticity the story about the Patriots Fan Punchy phase. III Biden dumpster fire. Well I got dumpster fire to job. Performance ain't available. That's zero all time. Great I mean he's done a few things and he's out there. I'll give him a ten character. Obviously I'M GONNA go with a it could be higher if he didn't get that but authenticity is certainly a five and both of us. Seventy four percent up to par fourteen percent goat. I will see you next week justice brother Garrett..
"mr. randolph" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast
"WHO's Adele porn actually put you said malady like I wrote a whole paper robotic or yeah but yeah other than that people paying licks thirty five dollars a week or whatever it was gone too far rabbit hole phrasing <hes> don't they credit porn with like the we know the the the advances in like H._d.? And yet even V._H._S.. Why you have a forehead versus the to head tracking V._H._S. and stuff yet because a porn anyway yeah so the lenses over that mass? I'm just over really really kill extra on a mask or anything. It's six broadcast broadcasting images through his mask. They can't do that then they start cracking. So it's a wait what's wrong with my vision here. At the rich the front of or modest costume Ormara God the cut the cutoff hats off mysterious. I of the world creative show unfortunately he still has more cake stuff asleep because we have another issued thought about Whoa yeah. The Issue Spiderman threatened to gang members the leaves plenty alone <hes> unclogged cheaters finally yeah. I just love the street though he's like. I'm going to be a big time lawyer like my man schone cocker. There's worse lawyer says fired us. I guess but I means speaking of that. The did you know O._J.'s on twitter like sharing with us now <hes> he's threatening to do a podcast where he told his side of the story and I'm like. Didn't you already do that if I did it on like faxer yeah. Whatever wasn't it a bulk or something even yeah I think so and I'm like did you pay the Goldman that because I'm pretty sure if you did that you that's where all your money would go to create? He sure they were talking about this on Howard sterner like now he paid them back in meanwhile he was doing one video from like that the golf course on the country club. He's like a member of or something whoever Hell O._J.. In a private country club not moneymen they'll at Hitler call not true Hitler had a Jewish Grammar Heyman country clubs old school still late in the swamp type stuff before O._J.. At least has the money from pension. I think as a former football player her you've made it again it like O._J.. Avenue again it it's Vegas to He's out in Vegas Vegas Yeah accuracy that actually not part of the wing Golfer Yeah probably the way hope anyway. We'll rent loan <unk> demand sixty five Ronald chapter by Howard mackey. John Reid John Media Junior and Tom more into the pencils year that's days I like I like remediate juniors pencils on Spiderman but I really don't feel him on like when he does a superman booker like even did four for awhile just like his sources but Abdullah Steverman says yeah. I'm very particular about my superman. Yeah I think he's better with like those like this. Not The not overly muscle bound characters like spider-man's like a better fit for his art. I think yeah definitely <hes> you said Yeah we pick up where we left off. Spiderman goes back to the theater where mysterious at his headquarters but it's empty now I it is could never be that easy and then of course Mr Randolph hines is like what what is this all the all the people in Hollywood or they're the. I'm just saying it would take more than two days for people with you've noticed okay. You're going good. That's cute or whatever call me. We've been doing this for a year record-setting numbers of course the vice president of Hollywood Flash Tom Cruise what let me make movies so then the series <unk> loading in dislike oh into the issues for this that I hate when the serial does he was classic. Villain got a villains data monologue BRO CLASSIC CLASSIC. You get the <hes> visually now that teeth his networks killing Fox A._B._C. N._B._C.. What about you care? That was the thing a ninety sits wrong see C._B._S.. On here against the he he he wasn't going for the old people you know no motive. She wrote North Texas Walker Ranging Executed Watch. Oh I'll watch Texas Walker Ranger with my grammar Friday nights. Those madame check annoys me..
"mr. randolph" Discussed on Capes
"Fleet of it's in the add a little low water theme there some married Anita Spring Him. Hey look at this vitamin cereal. I remember Sid Kim handles. All these Naser kill me in their rivals jagged skulls on dislike the stereotype number serial type number two yeah yeah L. The nineties. It was slightly okay then again. It's the felker he was old in the nineties. I mean now it's us there was an editor I know but he was probably will so you know at least widens up actor. He light turns the Gamers in the late monsters to get Spiderman attack them. He's like aw not falling for this. One Yeah Los I mean Spiderman is happy gang members. Jenny found the one who's Schema you then Armada. What's he must see gang members? Let me like US overdoing it. Would they can't help themselves. They have to overdo villains. They have to like this fight. It's the most vitamin thing to do. The focal loves using street kids and stuff. He it is amazing to fifty to another issue after this when Peter Compact he just loves using like kids he likes to even street Maho Bro with a little bit of magic mixed your dog we hip oh exactly how that went exactly what the Fokker Ninety six IOS hitch the suspense claiming the gang members again and then he picks up one of their knives and throws it through <hes> like robot birds attacking on which is all being broadcast live with the mystery vision do it for the ratings streaming if you will. He was ahead of his. Time I will give him that but like I couldn't even imagine I can't remember what the Internet was like late at does not go to our to download music on the Internet was like back then we'll see I grew up on the West Coast and the pretty much had d._S._l.. In hieaux since forever but even then like I couldn't imagine streaming back in ninety six like the news for download anything streaming did they even streaming on his vaguely remember people I know I know porn was doing it. Who Cares about porn actually put you said -nology like I wrote a whole paper robotic or yeah but yeah other than that people are paying like thirty five dollars a week or whatever can't gone too far rabbit hole phrasing <hes> don't they credit porn with like the we know the the the advances in like H._d.? And yet even V._H._S.. Why you have a forehead versus the to head tracking V._H._S. and stuff yet because porn anyway yeah so those lenses over that mass and just over really really kill extra week on a mask or anything? It's not six broadcast broadcasting images through his mask. They can't do that then they start cracking. So it's a wait what's wrong with my vision here. At the rich the front of or modest costume ormara thank God the cut the cutoff hats off mysterious. I have the world's greatest show. Unfortunately he still has more cake stuff ASLI 'cause we have another issue thought about Whoa yeah the issue the Spiderman threaten to gang members the leaves plenty alone <hes> unclogged cheaters finally yeah. I just love the street too though he's like. I'm going to be a big time lawyer like my man schone cocker. There's worse ler society fired us. I guess but I mean speaking of that. The did you know O._J.'s on twitter like sharing videos now <hes> he's threatening to do a podcast where he tells his side of the story and I'm like. Didn't you already do that if I did it on like Fox yeah. Whatever wasn't it a bulk or something even yeah I think so and I'm like did you pay the Goldman that because I'm pretty sure if you did that you that's where all your money would go to? I'm pretty sure they were talking about this on Howard stern like now he paid them back in meanwhile he was doing one video from like that. The Golf Course on the country club a member of or something whoever Hell O._J.. In Our private country club not moneymen they'll at Hitler call not true Hitler had a Jewish Grammar Heyman country clubs old school's still late in the swamp type stuff before O._J.. At least has the money from his pension. I think as a former football player her even get it again it like O._J.. EDANO again it. It's Vegas to He's out in Vegas Vegas. Yeah I could see that actually not part of the wing Golfer Yeah probably the way it anyway. We'll rent loan <unk> demand sixty five final chapter by Howard Mackie. John Reid John Junior Tom more into the pencils year that's days I like I like remedial juniors pencils on Spiderman but I really don't feel him on like spike when he does a superman book or like even did four for a while just like his thorson but Abdullah Steverman says yeah. I'm very particular about my superman. Yeah I think he's better with like those like this. Not The not overly muscle bound characters like spider man's like a better fit for his art. I think yeah definitely <hes> you said Yeah we pick up where we left off. Spiderman goes back to the theater where mysterious at his headquarters but it's empty now of course it is it could never be that easy and then of course Mr Randolph hines is like what what is this all all the all the all. The people in Hollywood are there. I'm just saying it would take more than two days for people with you've noticed okay. You're doing good. That's cute or whatever call me. We've been doing this for a year record-setting numbers of course the vice president of Hollywood Flash Tom Cruise what let me make movies so then the series <unk> loading in dislike oh into the issues for this that I hate when the cereal does he was classic. Villain got a villains data monologue BRO CLASSIC CLASSIC. You get the <hes> visually now that teeth his networks killing Fox A._B._C. N._B._C.. What about you? That was the thing a ninety sits wrong see C._B._S.. On here against him he wasn't going for the old people. You know no motive. She wrote North Texas Walker Ranging Executed Watch oh I watch Texas Walker Ranger with my grammar Friday nights. Those Madam check annoys me. Come on be series anyway. Oh then turns out luckily behind his desk security. Look we show them. Jessica are young then rally looks like he's nursing a hangover and that's what the kids are Pau nowadays but it was like working on those lenses and the ad my cost you. This idiot slacker is eight late. You went on a date. You got other things to do homey now. I don't care about that is in that exit. You got other things to do.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Got to be a good one hundred eighty bucks a year. So it's fifteen bucks a year. a woman driving an r._v. you led police on a wild chase through the valley has been taken into custody the woman had two dogs in her lap this evening as she slams the r._v. into a palm tree destroying the passenger's side smashing the windshield one of the dogs escape through the broken windshield at one point several cars were also struck during the chase the woman was arrested after she slammed the r._v. into a car it was going into a driveway crashed into a tree and tried to run away at a truck driver who hit and killed two sisters crossing the street and south l._a. has been charged with manslaughter the twelve and fourteen year old girls were in a crosswalk last month with a green light when drivers stanley randall made a turn and hit them we do know that based on visitation that there was some distraction going on with mr randolph phone l._a._p._d. detective moses kostya would not give details but n._b._c. four says the driver may have been flipping through music one girl died the day of the crash her sister Two weeks later news brought to you by first Republic Bank. A federal grand jury has added new charges to an indictment against the man accused of shooting up a synagogue in San Diego County of woman was killed in that attack last month. Three people were hurt. Alex stone reports nineteen year old John Ernest is now facing one hundred thirteen counts also facing state murder and attempted murder charges. Both the local and federal cases could get on the death penalty. If he's found guilty. The fed said the man posted a manifesto online before the shooting admitting to the crime and to setting fire to a mosque in March. British Prime Minister Theresa may is asked lawmakers to support a new deal for her country's departure from the European Union revised deal will deliver on the result of the referendum and only thirteen foot withdrawal agreement Bill at second reading con peas provide the vehicle parliament needs to determine how we leave the EU plans to ask the house of Commons to vote early next month. She says the Bill would include a requirement to vote on whether to hold a second referendum. That would give Britain's of. Chance to approve or reject the terms of brisket Brexit works on -tario on the ten. This is on the westbound side. between haven and fourth street that's where they have the carpool and left lanes off limits until five in the morning so at.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"WNYC studios. Snap. Just live. The paramount snapped. Some love is Joyce Lee. Floyd. Floyd was very sweet boy, I knew in junior. I have purposely blocked out a lot of junior. But I remember Floyd Floyd was the very first boy who I knew for affect what head over heels in love with me. I can always tell Floyd set because I love Joyce was carved into each one. And every time I looked up. I catch him staring at me. One time the class clown. Gerald got into an argument in front of the entire and Gerald blurted out. You felt big why don't you tell you love her name on everything except? And. And even though I couldn't see through his big coke bottle glasses and through thick bottle glass. I could see that. He lowered his head and said, nothing when I got home mother was kitchen, preparing I rushed to home without even picking up backpack backpack. Three ping about Floyd excitement out Floyd loves me. How everyone knew how to be loved. How Floyd was when Gerald exposed. Love and sadness. The junior high winter formal, wait, wait, wait, wait. What you say you? Say what you gonna do again. But you say. Something wrong. I had no idea what it was run. It by me again what you're gonna do. I'm going to ask what you ask. No, man. But Jesus for nothing. Are the youth? They wrapped in beauty and nothing. You do not choose boy. Boy, do you want to stay. My mother's advice. I'll tell you why. My mother was always the most beautiful mother in law. Great. There was this. Name this Randall who only had for my mother missed the random was the fun. Most sweetest teacher in all of Oakland. All my mama had across the rand. But every time he saw me. He thinks. And how's your, mama? What Mr. Randolph aspect question on? I told him that. My mother had taken the day off work, Mr. rambles. Any the class? He said. Crank. Cheer and mister landow around the corner the store. By the whole class eye cream on the way back to me. So you wanna go inside? And check on your mom. I wanted side and told my mother that Mr. Randall and the whole class out on from mother came up said. Mr random. Of course that.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Place as a fine garden at Twenty-one Denning lane. I'm over right away. Through now, except for the thing. Don't forget to wipe them off a gun and phone. Now, you already out the door back to the car. Get it started down the road turned to the right down the side road toward the highway around the block and needed the service station on the corner. You made it. Five of the regular Becky. Regular. Oh, yeah. It is. No, I didn't have a fixed. Let me do it. Only takes a minute to put in a new. Well, I don't know. Whether I've got time got an appointment. What time is it about ten minutes at ten ten of ten. Oh, well, okay. Put it in just take a minute. Right here. Apply safety week, you know, checking for things like this breaks, driver's license. Yeah. That's what I hear thing to cut down the number accident carefully enough. Yeah. That's right. Here. It is very simple water. Okay. Yeah. Ninety cents is about keep the, Dan. Thanks for your appointment. I don't think I'll be. Mr randall. Yeah. What's happened? I was expected. Russell, dan. Garden bed. Oh, how what happened? He was murdered. Looking at me like that. I know Diana horseshoe. Did let's Toronto. We'd like to ask you a couple of questions. I show at ten o'clock appointment, Mr. garden. Him early on. I know you're talking on the phone not today. Appointment about why? I'm business what kind of business. Well, I'd rather not say it might look like Randall. All right. It was about this agreement. I have here Gordon was going to sell me his interest in my contract. This was the agreement. I was going to give them ten thousand dollars is the check. Oh, he said, he told you, Diana. I asked him especially because well because you stood to inherit your father's interest in my contract. If anything happened to him. That's why I didn't want to mention this business. You know, it might look like she. You've been a big help to us Mr. Randolph, but I'm sure you can account for Diana's whereabouts throughout the evening officer. Yes, we can we know where she was a little after the time Gordon was murdered. It was right in this room. And with what you told us. I'd say the case was just about wound up. Yes, bill. The case is just about wound up. That's what the officer's dad and now you're trying not to smile. Your plan worked perfectly doesn't it? But the officers still talking Bill, maybe you better pay attention to what he's saying..
"mr. randolph" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Richard jefferson door fight and is a david west in you know runner test it also missing that maybe just maybe if they felt like it where do you the oh two piece for the biscuit tuck ran the football well if mister zach randolph is listening north this gets back to mr zach randolph sir i am indeed sorry for that included you on this list of people who is as you are sir mr randolph yes choir nice with a man's yeah let's see you know they have that the lady byng in hockey there sportsmanship and all that good the nba go the other out with the charles oakley and just just give he'll horford and the trophy will just be a giant hand brings in a slapper notion yeah you know line list of seemed out there were coming up with all star teams that listen all defensive teams how about five dude's known wants to win you know i does have that be a year end award voted on by the players of the media five dude like no one wants to bed what you're all man i miss with that do oh wow and see then that you know and and then we'd have to debates in arguments like if you're six man could really be a starter listen that is it are you on that team because you're tough or crazy so that's the key there's like but they are two ways to be a part of that have caught that's you could imagine the meat of our you could be so whacked you're my were people go this is that he worth me messing with yeah because that's that's the runner test because before you went to china but stephon marbury was like eating gobs of vaseline and smear another that was you know review could be tougher you could be crazy like i don't see that you know we got to find that when we do our year end award so you could be helping the with like massie tough one of the crazy.
"mr. randolph" Discussed on Vogue Podcast
"I it's just first of all you can make a wedding gown, you can hand so a garment, but making a swimsuit is a whole of other psychology. It's so much more about what's not covered. Then what's covered? So you really have to be aware of anatomy, and you have to be aware of movement and form, and I studied anatomy because I wanted to be patient. I love it FIT. You graduated did you do fashioned class? I know now now I never I never I. Your mother from my I had to learn because I had to learn and I had to learn how to make a pattern myself, and I had a drape, and and it's so much fun. But Andre the the truth is after being in business for all this time and going through decades decades of things this decade, and what we're going through now is a huge revolution. So here I've identified myself as maybe one of the best pattern makers for swimsuits in the world. I would challenge anybody. However that value tomorrow is Eero because in our world doing what we do in our industry. No longer will ever be the same. There will be no millennials around the world that will sit behind sewing machine anywhere in China in Vietnam, anywhere. There will be no millennials draping. And making patterns the way you and I understand you got it. So I am starting to shed my skin of one skill set that I I definitely myself and starting to look at another more advanced form of McDonald's. So I've started to actually make some clothes without sewing three D printers. No well at the age of the aids, fashion, it technology, the MIT they have three D printers. But you can you can also construct suits with computers in bro Botts and can and construct varmints. That are fused together that are molded together that are soft and supple and stretchy, but we cannot think in the same way. So as proud as I am you say that I am a superhuman swimsuits powder maker it. It really tomorrow. Won't mean any. So when you first made that I would suit in maybe any year any decade, right? When did you realize, oh, that's a great swimsuit. That's a great pattern for swimsuit. I think any designer can tell you that. There's that moment that something happens, and you get so excited, and it sort of this high that so contagious that you wanted again. And again, and there's that moment where you're like. Oh, oh, yeah. This is it this is great. This is this. I love it. And then you're kind of your fuel to go to the next step. Yeah. Mixed up. I remember so much in the seventies. State the age of fifty four that everyone was going to Cumali for everything almost any garment. But you were often making these big enormous skirts. La may big maybe of romantic gypsy skirts. Same time when it was during the big romantic, look, which was really cool in Paris. You will offering remember once the I went to my research Berenson's wedding that I attended in Beverly Hills at thanksgiving. She's marrying Mr. Randolph. She was a bridesmaid. What struck me is it all the other girls had Valentino to addresses, you know, matching bridesmaids looking things and John came out as a bridesmaid in black one piece Myo swimsuit jersey and this red satiny velvet full on during those skirts show her legs. And it was a rap. I mean, basically like rap like you put in April. And I thought that was so unique, and there were many many examples of that. So you. Very much a part of the world of the studio for the era. People went there. They went to buy the Kamala Glock and not just the on the first number, but all girls, so you you you put your print on that moment with that..