17 Burst results for "Phoenix Restaurant"

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:16 min | 6 months ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Locked in a 11 serious Ty of the first round of the NBA playoffs. Lakers won last night in Phoenix, 10921. Oh, two. Katya, a zoom crosses live in the new center with more Jamie. At one point, the sons were down 15 early third quarter they came back, took a two point lead with six minutes to go. Still not enough to overcome the Lakers, who won the game. Devin Booker at 31 points, DeAndre eight and 22. After the game, Booker said. It was a tough loss. But the sun's funnel boy through and now it's on to Los Angeles at a time. So you know worry about Game three first were moving the games for Sunday, but You know, we got to come out ready to play, which I think we did tonight. Recently. Number someone things on Game three is set for tomorrow night. Seven o'clock in Los Angeles. Tip off seven o'clock here and 98 7 FM errors in the sports station live. The new center Jim Cross Katie Arnie's between the Sense playoff series and the Diamondbacks regular season games. Business is booming again in downtown Phoenix restaurants. Scott McIntyre owns aims Worth Phoenix and had capacity crowds before and during last night's games. We really open doors last week and our first sub big Sunday Sun's playoff game slammed all day. Great experience, so D backs and out 100% capacity, so hopefully I just draws more bodies toward us. And the sun say they'll allow 16,000 fans for the next home game. 7 32 and time for traffic Once again, Here's detour, Dan from the Valley Chevy Dealers, Traffic Center, West Side, Rex and some ride times for you. Yeah, going in that kind of sounds tough, but there really isn't a lot of teeth to this. There are right times, but really only two freeways affected the eastbound I tent 17 minute ride. Wanna one into the 51 South found 17 the other a 17 minute ride from Peoria. Down to the 10 split all your actions down in the Durango Curved s Central Avenue for the construction. You're getting heavy slowing. Do it outside of that short crash list. We have that broken down tanker truck on the eastbound I 10 51st Avenue on rap. It's a stay right restriction to get by it. Waddell, east of Reams. Road injury crashed Right lane blocked. Stay left restriction to get by it. This traffic report brought to you by 72 sold calm at 72 sold. You will get thousands more for your home. You can pick your clothes day and stay in your home for up to six months after closing, Go to 72 sold dot com Deter Nam Ki Charon is Moisture streaming in across our.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:02 min | 6 months ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"On this one. You can tell by by maybe yeah, but the Suns will rise again. We hope. Good morning. It's five o'clock, and this is Arizona's morning news. I'm Jim Sharp, along with Jamie West, Thanks for listening more on last night's Game two of the playoffs coming up, and we're learning this morning that some foster parents in Arizona haven't been paid in weeks or months. That story right after a check of traffic, but first The Sun's in the Lakers are now knotted up at a game apiece in their best of seven series. The son's loss at home, 10921. Oh, two. Katya is Was their first lead since the opening minutes. They couldn't hold on eight had 22 points and spoke after the game. We kept trying, and we kept pushing in the crowd, hope this get back into it later in the stretch, and you know Not a better one team got today. Now, Game three. Tomorrow night in Los Angeles. Tip off seven o'clock, He can hear it on 98 7 FM Arizona Sports Station. Why the new center Jim Cross Katie our news. If the playoff crowds are any indication, it looks like downtown Phoenix has emerged from the pandemic. Scott MacIntyre just open the Ainsworth Phoenix restaurant last week. It's across the street from the arena and business is booming. Get downs of downtown. You can't afford to go the game coming to the Angels. It's a true game day experience with the closest venue to the stadium. But being part of this atmosphere, it's incredible. The Sun's energy was amazing. On Sunday. Hopefully that continues with more sons. Winds would be nice, right 16,000 capacity next week game. All right, 502 and time for traffic Here is Danny Sullivan Live from the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic Center tomorrow, Danny. Good morning to you Think I'm pretty good on your freeways here in town. If you are heading over east found on I 10. No delays. No major problems going on. So actually looks pretty good on I 10 eastbound and westbound. In the loop on a one.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KCRW

"In Glendale, 1 34 Eastern Central Avenue. Gotta crash on the right shoulder and traffic is slow coming away from Forest Blonde drive. This is all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly and I'm Ari Shapiro Corona virus Infections in Arizona have jumped 118% in the last two weeks. And that's led the Republican governor Doug Ducey, tow walk back efforts to reopen the economy. On Monday, he ordered bars, Jim's clubs and water parks too close from member station Cage's easy Ben Giles reports. Over the weekend, more than 1000 Arizona health professionals signed a petition criticizing the governor's pandemic response as too little too late. Lucy has focused on education and recommendations instead of requirements and enforcement. Phoenix physician Cristin Severance organized the petition. People clearly have not responded well to the education. And telling them their risks and pleading with them and You know, recommending strongly, so it seems like the only way we can make it work is to shut things down. On Monday, Ducey said. Some, but not all businesses in the state will have to remain closed for at least the next 30 days. We also saw the photos and Videos of some of the things that were happening around our state this weekend and The result of that has been an increase in the spread to reopen bars, gyms, movie theaters and water recreation businesses will have to have plans approved by the state. The governor is also discouraging gatherings of 50 people are more political events or religious services are exempted. The group that petition do see to take action says the governor's new order doesn't go far enough. They want a second state wide shutdown and a mask mandate. Phoenix restaurant owner Dwayne Allen is among small business owners who fault deuces actions. So far, he says, the focus on reopening the economy and providing businesses flexibility to open in May came at the expense of public health. I think that was ah, wholly misguided approach. For any business community to be successful. There has to be confidence in the market, and when you have a hodgepodge approach, such as we've seen from how the governors approached this this this pandemic, the result is a lack of confidence. Allen had tentatively planned to reopen in October. Now he's pushing that plan to January or later. Other restaurants have and continue to back deuces handling of the pandemic. For NPR News. I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix. We're going to take the next few minutes to celebrate the life of Carl Reiner. He was an actor, A director, a writer and a producer. Reiners career, took off with the birth of television comedy and lasted for more than six decades. Carl Reiner died yesterday at age 98. NPR's Ted Robbins has this remembrance If he did nothing else, Carl Reiner would be known for helping create one of American comedies. Most memorable characters, Sir, Is it true that You are 2000 years old. Oh boy, 2000 year old man began as a party joke with Reiners lifelong friend Mel Brooks. It became a huge hit on albums and clubs and on TV. They wrote the bits together with Reiner, playing the Straight man to Brooks is 2000 year old man. He described his role to NPR. Scott signed My job is a job of the audience. I'm asking all the questions that you always would guide. Ask Amanda over 2000. Could you give us the secret of your longevity? Well, the major thing The major thing. Is that I never ever Touch fried.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KCRW

"News there, but you're still backed up to the 1 10 Sigalert going on in a girl 1101 north out of Canaan Road spill load of rocks as the two right lanes blocked there, So heads up. Traffic backed up. This is all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Anna Marie Shapiro. Corona virus Infections in Arizona have jumped 118% in the last two weeks, and that's led the Republican governor Doug Ducey, tow walk back efforts to reopen the economy. On Monday, he ordered bars, Jim's clubs and water parks too close. Remember Station Cage's easy Ben Giles reports. Over the weekend, more than 1000 Arizona health professionals signed a petition criticizing the governor's pandemic response as too little too late. Lucy has focused on education and recommendations instead of requirements and enforcement. Phoenix physician Cristin Severance organized a petition people clearly have not responded well to the education. And telling them their risks and pleading with them and You know, recommending strongly, so it seems like the only way we can make it work is to shut things down. On Monday, Ducey said. Some, but not all businesses in the state will have to remain closed for at least the next 30 days. We also saw the photos and videos of some of the things that were happening around our state this weekend. And The result of that has been an increase in the spread to reopen bars, gyms, movie theaters and water recreation businesses will have to have plans approved by the state. The governor is also discouraging gatherings of 50 people are more political events or religious services are exempted. The group that petition do see to take action says the governor's new order doesn't go far enough. They want a second state wide shutdown and a mask mandate. Phoenix restaurant owner Dwayne Allen is among small business owners who fault deuces actions. So far, he says, the focus on reopening the economy and providing businesses flexibility to open in May came at the expense of public health. I think that was ah, wholly misguided approach. For any business community to be successful. There has to be confidence in the market, and when you have a hodgepodge approach, such as we've seen from how the governor has approached this, this this pandemic, the result is a lack of confidence. Allen had tentatively planned to reopen in October. Now he's pushing that plan to January or later. Other restaurants have and continue to back deuces handling of the pandemic. For NPR News. I'm Ben Giles in Phoenix. We're going to take the next few minutes to celebrate the life of Carl Reiner. He was an actor, A director, a writer and a producer. Reiners career, took off with the birth of television comedy and lasted for more than six decades. Carl Reiner died yesterday at age 98. NPR's Ted Robbins has this remembrance If he did nothing else, Carl Reiner would be known for helping create one of American comedies. Most memorable characters, Sir, Is it true that You are 2000 years old. Oh boy, 2000 year old man began as a party joke with Reiners lifelong friend Mel Brooks. It became a huge hit on albums and clubs and on TV. They wrote the bits together with Reiner, playing the Straight man to Brooks is 2000 year old man. He described his role to NPR. Scott Simon. My job is a job of the audience. I'm asking all the questions that you ladies would die. I'd ask a mantle over 2000. Could you give us the secret of your longevity? Well, the major thing The major thing. Is that I never ever Touch fried food. What was the means of transportation, then mostly fear. Carl Reiner belong to that generation of Jewish comics who helped define American comedy in the 20th century. He was born in the Bronx in 1920 to 2 immigrant parents. He began as a serious actor than a stand up comic. In 1950 Sid Caesar hired Reiner for the pioneering live TV sketch comedy programme. Your show of shows. He was a writer alongside Woody Allen, Neil Simon and Mel Brooks, among others, and he acted as a supporting player being a second banana to such a massive first banana didn't wasn't come down at all for me. I realized I was working with the best. Carl Reiner always seemed to work with the best from Sid Caesar and Mel Brooks to Steve Martin and Lily Tomlin to George Clooney and Amy Poehler. His most memorable solo creation came way back in 1960 when he wrote a script for a TV sitcom called Head of the Family. It was about well TV comedy writer The star Carl Reiner. It didn't sell until another actor was cast in the lead thief Dick Van Dyke show was a milestone in American TV sitcoms. Carl Reiner wrote lots of episodes of the show, and he played Alan Brady, the arrogant and egotistical star of the show within the show. You know these advertising guys very sensitive Nappanee roll man, So I'll do it. I'll do all the romance. Okay, fellas, we'll grab a quick bite and get over there. I couldn't eat a thing I'm treating. I'm starving Show ran from 61 to 66. It made stars of both Dick Van Dyke and Mary Tyler Moore. Here's Dick Van Dyke on NPR talking about Carl Reiner. He's another or even my mentor and good friend. But Possibly the best comedy writer who ever lived. Carl Reiner directed more than a dozen movies, including The Jerk Steve Martin played Navan. Ah, white dope raised by a black family here, he learns that he was adopted Navan. And not a natural born child. You were left on our doorstep. We raised you like you were one of us. You mean I'm going to stay this color? Carl Reiner and Steve Martin made four movies together. Here's Martin of the American Film Institute. We became very, very close friends. He was like a father to me. Although I wouldn't let him bathe me like he wanted to, and I If there's a theme to Carl Reiner is career. It's that, along with being funny himself, he made other comics funnier. He was a Mench, a good guy. He won nine Emmys and a Grammy. Yet whenever it was time to take credit for something, Carl Reiner would almost always deflect the credit to his partners. From Mel Brooke. Mel Brooks is the single funniest human being I've ever met. That's when I met him a night to his wife of 65 years, Estelle. I never felt I had enough words to be a right of my wife is the one who gave me the key. Estelle Reiner died in 2008. They had three Children, including Rob Reiner, who inspired by his dad has also directed and acted in dozens of movies and TV shows. Carl Reiner was active well into his nineties on parks and recreation. He'd played a politically powerful senior. Look, I don't have a lot of time. Oh, God, I'm so sorry. Cancer. No, I don't have a lot of time before my swim aerobics. He did voiceovers for the Siri's Bob's burgers, and he maintained an active Twitter account. In their old age. Carl Reiner and Mel Brooks had dinner together many night in 2012. They did an episode of Jerry Seinfeld's Web series comedians in cars getting coffee. As Seinfeld walked out the front door of Carl Reiners. How's he just had to tell him one more joke, Jerry..

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Champagne wants parents to be able to opt their kids out of active shooter drills at schools Democrats got Bennett says he originally voted for drills to be required but after seeing the statistics he's there changed his mind some of a data coming out suggests that kids honestly any safer because these deals but they are often producing some trauma or second state does like a logical facts we want to go ahead and explore that you I try to standardize how people do the drills to different districts and also let parents have the option to opt out of they don't fill their kids regarding manning says he wants to tweak the bill a bit more plans on consulting state board of education on the matter the bill has just passed out of the state committee a man was attacked in Chinatown and his car was stolen it happened last night at nine o'clock outside the Phoenix restaurant at archer in Princeton the attacker jumped into the victim's SUV had disappeared eastbound on archer the victim got a few scrapes on his face but refused medical treatment with the stock market in free fall you may be tempted to re evaluate your four oh one K. contributions ABC news correspondent diarrhea album has advice from an expert economist Kerri Lee he says you may be nervous about your nest egg and if you feel the need to do something don't cut it back to zero but you're really here cut it back to seventy five percent and then if you wait another week cut it back further Leahy with decision economics is to remember that stocks will eventually recover whatever you think you're doing you probably want to cut it back but not over yet his other suggestion just leave it alone dowry Alden or ABC news New York according to the American pet products association we spent more than ninety five billion dollars on our pets last year most of it nearly thirty seven billion went to food and treats the next largest category was vet care and health related products pet owners also spent more than ten billion dollars on services like boarding grooming and training experts say one reason we're spending so much is because of the advances in the pet industry and with technology related to pets now it's WGN sports here's Dave and I spent most of it on treats yeah and me with food and treats Blackhawks rookie Dominic believes has his first career hat trick it came in the third period last night in Tampa three goals in the third as the hawks scored five times to wipe out a two nothing lightning lead the hawks what eight five two two are expended the ex five Blackhawks support Google leak now with eight goals in the last ten games and an NHL rookie leading twenty nine on the year the tough part for the hawks the teams they're trying to get past for a playoff spot also one Nashville Winnipeg at Minnesota hawks state points back as expected northwestern hung tough with Illinois and is expected Illinois one as they've done with the regularity this season their fifth big ten road win seventy four sixty six at Welsh Ryan arena Alan Griffin a career high twenty four if the Illini baseball Ian happ drove in the only run for the cubs in a thirteen one dropping by Texas the white Sox scored five runs their last three at bats walked off of the six five win over Seattle today they host Cleveland that's our first spring broadcast here on WG on two o'clock on all the black hawks the Wildcats white Sox baseball Dave addict WGN's for your money on WGN U. S. futures are lower again this morning after stocks ended day correction on Thursday at unprecedented speeds the Dow yesterday off nearly twelve hundred points markets in Europe and Asia deepen their losses overnight south Korea's index shed nearly eight percent this week the Shanghai composite lost nearly five percent this morning Dow futures are off nearly one hundred and twenty five points but the implied open suggests that could be as low as four hundred points by the time eight thirty rolls around this morning coronavirus he is the reason behind the cancellation of Facebook's annual software developer conference social media giant says the event won't happen because the company needs to prioritize the health and safety of everybody involved in the conference attendees were supposed to gather may fifth and six in San Jose usually tens of thousands of ten the actor conference in some way or another shark tank star Barbara Barbara Corcoran is out nearly four hundred thousand dollars after falling victim to a phishing scheme are her bookkeeper received an email last week about an invoice approving funds for a real estate renovation the invoice was supposedly sent by an assistant but no notice of that email the notice of the email had a misspelling it that no one noticed by the time it was noticed it was too late the money had already been wiped away from conference bank account and I'm Steve percentage of Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN new spring styles are here at Old Navy get there today for up to fifty percent off tops pants and jeans for the family top started just eight Bucks that's right just eight dollars per.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"But a woman was trapped inside firefighters did pull around but she died here at the scene a dog was also killed in a man we're told who was in his twenties was rushed to the county burn unit with severe injuries and this morning the cost remains under investigation in Glendale I may be sick of teens Johnson a BC for Katie our news president trump's impeachment the Senate could begin the impeachment trial as soon as this week but some issues still need to be resolved the biggest unresolved issue is the calling of new witnesses Katie a our political analyst Michael o'neill says Democrats want to hear new testimony but most Republicans do not in order for the Democrats to prevail on this issue they need for Republican defections to get them there has to be public pressure to do so o'neill says recent polls show about eighty percent of Americans would like witnesses to be called in the Senate impeachment trial Deborah Dale K. T. A. R. news this a gruesome sight in the White Mountains eight horses found shot to death over the weekend your Hebrew along state route two sixty west of show low they were discovered by Apache Sitgreaves National Forest Lawn Forsman officers who are investigating along with the Navajo county sheriff's office now since October of twenty eighteen sixteen horses have been found dead in that area closer to the valley the feds are hoping to save the Salt River wild horses from wandering under bush highway and being killed four miles of fencing is being installed starting today along and near the lower Salt River that sees the valley with that line the E. scooters rolling out of Phoenix this month the city will re evaluate the pilot program after it ends in March at that point this could allow an opportunity for new Easter companies to either submit application for a permit or potentially the process could change to a request for proposals but that would give the opportunity for other each their companies to come into this market Ashley Patton with the city of Phoenix says for the time being the city is evaluating its remaining a scooter operator spin and working to increase its fleet Phoenix restaurant is being named one of the top five places in the country to eat this year your breaks coaching the medical tacos and tequila sixteen street and Broadway with the fifth spot on its list of the top one hundred restaurants to check out this year it's run by Leo madrigal former corporate chef at C. Tejas southwestern grill yup recommends ordering the wild mushroom enchiladas topped with avocado relish in an actual Molly cream journey foster KTA our news yes yes and yes I'm definitely gonna tried out KT A. R. news time is six oh seven yeah I know I I I just I love that stuff you know food I love that stuff here's Danny sellers in the valley Chevy dealers traffic.

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"A decent job at our health in doing so can instantly put us in a better mood but being grateful for pain really Jim yeah a wise man once told me that pain is an opportunity because it can lead us to take action that'll change something that needs changing physical pain can lead us to a doctor which can save our life pains a signal from a body that something is wrong but emotional pain can also lead us to change something that needs to change by getting to the bottom of why were emotional pain in some ways it's easy for me to see the pain of not being able to stop drinking on my own let me to recovery in a more serene and fruitful existence something I would have had if I didn't have some pretty awful alcoholic painted nudge me that way for some of us there's built in pain in the holidays hearing for those who are no longer with us but that pain can prompt us to express our gratitude for those who are still here before it's too late if your family is anything like mine there's political disagreement amongst us but because of the pain that I've seen Facebook political brawls because families I'm not going to be the one who brings Donald Trump up at the thanksgiving table and I'm not taking the bait if somebody else does as much as it feeds my ego telling everybody how right I am politically it's much more important to navigate the politics of my family and tell the person on the other side of the mashed potatoes how grateful I am for them even if they just took the last spoonful which is truly painful joint Jim sharp in Jamie west's tomorrow morning at five for a result is morning news on KTAR news capping our top story former New York City mayor and media magnate Michael Bloomberg calls Arizona is a battleground state in next year's presidential election he's in town to register to run here in Arizona you spending a portion of one hundred million dollars and digital advertising here as he files paperwork this afternoon to run in Arizona's democratic primary next year Bloomberg will then meet with donors and supporters at a Phoenix restaurant for lunch before he's scheduled to address reporters the valley will have a soggy thanksgiving and Black Friday BC fifty meter urologist iris Air mansio says we could see an inch to an.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Story out of standard of the UK. Where there's a professor who writing to the New York Times is criticizing the movie Mary Poppins. Mary Poppins is with Bert dependent dyke, right? And they're they're they're Julie Andrews, of course, Mary Poppins, and they're they're dancing on the rooftop. And while they're dancing. There's. They head up the chimney, right? And their faces get covered in soot. Right. That's what happens. Well, because there was a chimney in their faces covered in soot from the chimney. That's black face and not acceptable. That's actually not black face. As as I see it. Now, maybe somebody has a bit of knowledge about the script and said, see here's what they were trying to emulate. She's there. There's a whole chimney thing. It's soot from the chimney. Don't be silly. And you might say to yourself. Tony you're stretching why in the world is this story. I take you to a shod Thomas gun to January twenty eighth two thousand nineteen days ago. Out of as e central. This is a story out of Phoenix. Arizona. A few weeks ago your rights, I attended a holiday party the downtown Phoenix restaurant, and I walked around to view, the photographs on the wall. And I saw someone that I saw a photo that caught my attention. The photo was of coalminers with blackened faces. They've been working in the coal mines. They were covered with soot. They got out of the coal mines. They had a beer. I asked a Latina and a white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners after at a pub after work, then they step back. And then said, oh, no, it's it's men in black face. And this guy complained to the restaurant that the photograph is offensive. You wanting to find defense doesn't make something offensive and a history of American which includes coal miners and photos of them is not mocking you if you're black not only do you have to want it. You have to tell everybody else around you. I think you should suffer for my inadequacies being adequacy. Is you wanna see black facing something that clearly isn't you see the picture associated with Ralph north yearbook for med school? Yup. Ted Danson doing black face in a costume with when he was dating. What be Goldberg absolutely, positively. No question about it. Ted danson? He still gets television shows 'cause I don't know. I don't know why somebody has to explain it to me, it's because of liberalism explains to me how that works. Ralph north them. He might still get to keep his job but a little over a week ago. The Republican secretary of state of Florida had to resign because he was in a photo of black face. And it wasn't just black face. He was pretending in the photo to be a Hurricane Katrina survivor. He made himself look like a black woman surviving, Hurricane Katrina. It was out of control stupid. I rarely use the word. That's the only way to describe it. See those things are real. And we're all grownups, and we can recognize that and say, no, we're not okay with that. You have a problem with the history of coal miners in America and think that the the photograph is offensive. Okay. You think that don't tell anybody now saying that no matter what your color is? Don't tell anybody because what's really offensive is. You think that because you have an opinion. Other people have to change. There is nothing wrong with a coal miner coming out of a coal mine. And there's nothing wrong with the photograph of that. To make the claim. Oh, that's black face is not to somehow say, look how woke you are to say. Look how ignorant you are. It's not. All right. It's not all right to decide that you are offended by all things at all times. And you will find things to be offended by regardless of their historical input or perspective or. Connection. It's surreal. It's a gli. Mary Poppins is black face. We simply know that is untrue. You got some note from the script. I'm all ears. Eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine you don't have to take down pictures of coal miners in joining a beer after a hard day in the minds. You do have to take down the picture a black face. At least I think you should does a history there, by the way, and I don't want that history. Erased. One of the worst things that we do is. We say something was offensive. And then we want to get rid of it. We shouldn't wanna get rid of. It was just want to be able to say this is what happens, and this is where we are. Now. Look how much better it is. Now, look how much the entire societies better off. Now. Now, you wanna make everything about you that victim and Taliban garbage isn't going to help anybody. It doesn't build a society. And it doesn't help your cause. At all. Black face is bigoted. Yes. Did it happen? Yes. Is Mary Poppins black face. No is coal miners. Black face. No glad.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And they're dancing on the rooftop. And while they're dancing. There's they they head up the chimney, right? And their faces get covered in soot. Right. That's what happens. Well, because there was a chimney in their faces covered in soot from the chimney. That's black face and not acceptable. That's actually not black face. As as I see it. Now, maybe somebody has a bit of knowledge about the script and said, oh, see here's what they were trying to emulate. She's there. There's a whole chimney thing. It's soot from the chimney. Don't be silly. And you might say to yourself. Tony you're stretching why in the world is this a story. I take you to Rashad Thomas gong to January twenty eight th two thousand nineteen days ago. Out of as e central. This is a story out of Phoenix. Arizona. A few weeks ago your rights, I attended a holiday party the downtown Phoenix restaurant, and I walked around to view, the photographs on the wall. And I saw someone that I saw a photo that caught my attention. The photo was of coal miners with blackened faces they've been working in the coal mines. They were covered with. They got out of the coal mines. They had a beer. I asked a Latina and a white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners. After after work, then they step back. And then said, oh, no, it's it's men in black face. And this guy complained to the restaurant that the photograph was offensive. You wanting to find the fence doesn't make something offensive and a history of American which includes coal miners and photos of them is not mocking you if you're black not only do you have to want it. You have to tell everybody else around you. I think you should suffer for my inadequacies. The inadequacy is. You wanna see black face in something that clearly isn't you see the picture associated with Ralph north yearbook for med school. Yup. Ted danson? Doing black face in a costume with when he was dating. What be Goldberg absolutely, positively. No question about it. Although Ted Danson he still gets television shows 'cause I don't know. I don't know why someone has explained it to me. It's because of liberalism explains me how our. Ralph Northam he might still get to keep his job. But a little over a week ago. The Republican secretary of state of Florida had to resign because he was in a photo of black face. And it wasn't just black face. He was pretending in the photo to be a Hurricane Katrina survivor. He made himself look like a black woman surviving, Hurricane Katrina. It was out of control stupid. I rarely use the word. That's the only way to describe it. See those things are real. And we're all grownups, and we can recognize that say, no, we're not okay with that. You have a problem with the history of coal miners in America and think that the the photograph is offensive. Okay. You think that don't tell anybody? Now, I'm saying that no matter what your color is. Don't tell anybody because what's really offensive is. You think that because you have an opinion. Other people have to change. There is nothing wrong with a coal miner coming out of a coal mine. And there's nothing wrong with the photograph of that. To make the claim all that's black face is not to somehow say, look how woke you are is to say, look how ignorant you are. It's not all right. It's not all right to the side that you are offended by all things at all times. And you will find things to be offended by regardless of their historical input or perspective or. Connection. It's surreal it's ugly. Mary Poppins is black face. We simply know that is untrue. You've got some note from the script. I'm all ears..

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Caring for children as a pediatrician don't believe a word of it i think now is a good time for the following reminder this is margaret sanger the founder of the organization that would later be known as planned parenthood sit into word breaking into the world that have i'm that parents that have no chance in the world to be a human being practically delinquent prisoners all sorts of things just mark but they're born that to me is the greatest that people can can commit she wasn't an activist she was a prophet of hell in other news president trump told the daily caller in an exclusive interview that concessions for daca that's the program that allows children of illegals to stay here is highly unlikely during this round of negotiations for building a border wall republicans on the homeland security committee are wasting their time democrats despite all the evidence proof and caravans coming are not going to give money to build the desperately needed wall i've got you covered while already being built i don't expect much help democrats are becoming the party of late term abortion high taxes open borders and crime amid f._b._i. probe andrew gillum fines new job at c._n._n. phoenix restaurant says this is a photo of cool martyrs but i see offensive black face and finally what it's like to throw a cup of water in the air today in florida i don't like you but i respect the troll and that's what happened well we were away nice let's start actually i'm really because what's going on in virginia will actually be good segue to what's coming up in the next segment of the show so i wanna start with the messaging we saw from president trump today i think it was and this is not although maybe impossible to avoid this it's not meant as won't you know it is a low bar i mean this objectively that's that collection of of messaging that aaron had in his montage i the best that he's had this year so far i think it's the best he's had in many moons and what's good about it is it's it's not i think it's good as a standalone set of messages meaning wami bets it beats tweeden witch-hunt seventeen times at five and that's not what i'm saying that's not what i mean you know i mean this is objectively good messaging objectively good particularly the very last one they're all good but the very last one in particular and it goes to what we tried to talk about a couple of days ago we did a little political science exercise on the show and we showed you a map want to show it to you here again this is the twenty twenty election map as it stands right now and this is giving the most objective benefit of the doubt to the republican party all right so the states and blue they cannot win the states red they cannot lose and everything else is where the election is going to be fought which means as it stands right now regardless of what belief system is espoused in the democratic nominee they have two hundred electoral college votes the first tuesday of november in two thousand twenty just by showing up and we told you there were two paths forward for the president two paths devictor and that one path would be i just get to do it create a message that gets me to seventy and then the other path forward is a national mandate that i'm gonna make go back and watch watch the film of what we said it's on facebook wants what we said two days ago that another way to do this would be to to draw an existential line in the sand with the democratic party as a whole it's almost like it's almost like someone in the white house watched what or the president himself wash what we said and then tweeted it.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

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12:50 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Just checking out because the midwest is in a deep freeze apparently. So my hometown of St Louis as negative five today, but it's going to be sixty on Saturday or no on Sunday. What that's nuts is what it is. But they were telling people to not really even breathe outside in some parts of the midwest because it's so cold. Yeah. And you have to basically turned the heat way down in your house. It's too cold to breathe. Yeah. And you have to turn I mean outside and you have to turn the heat in your own home way down because they're worried about having total massive like power outages here and there. Yeah. Oh my gosh. Seizes nestles. I'm in Texas because I can't deal with that. I'm like it gets in the fifties. And I I'm already like, oh, I gotta have a sweater. It gets in the forties. And I'm fine and my coat. I can't deal with it. I cannot deal. This is why we were talking about skiing earlier can't do it gets ready for something. Really dumb. Can. I just. I'm just going to read this story t it's a it's a column, it's an easy central. It's worth every syllable. So. Let me start. It's a story. Written by Rishaad Thomas. It begins thus. A few weeks ago? I attended a holiday party at a downtown Phoenix restaurant. I walked around to view, the photographs on the wall. Then a photograph caught my attention friends said it's coal miners at a pub after work. It was a photograph of coal miners with blackened faces I asked a Latina and white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners at a pub after work. Then they stepped back frowned and said it's men in black face. I asked the waitress to speak with a manager. Instead, I spoke with a white restaurant owner, I explained to him why the photograph was offensive yet. The photograph has remained on the wall. He said he would talk to the other owners and get back to me while leaving. I asked him had he spoken with the other owners. He had not spoken with them. But mentioned Google and said, it's coal miners after work. Who determines what's offensive for me, the coal miners disappeared in a film honored for its artistic merit descended. Talks about birth of a nation gets in. He compares it to students have painted their faces black Arizona State University sun devils blackout football game. And then they talk about how Phoenix institution of contemporary, art showcased. Bob Kerrey's literally compared to all black face. Suit is racist. Hell no one tell this man about black lung. It's a bunch of guys who do you know does he not know how when you're a minor? What happens? That's soot. That's like that's that. They're covered in dirt literally dirt, and it's not just their faces. It's their hands and their clothes and everything they are covered in it. But that's racist. Okay. What is what is the principal limitation here at? What point are we like, you know, come on? At what point are we like that? Cain. Well, if anything this proves that we all have different perspectives and coal miners. I'm sorry. How on the ever loving hell, do you have a different perspective on a coal miner with suit all over their face? It's literally a black and white old tiny photo. And they're sitting in a pub with a beer it looks like they're in there in the nineteen thirties. And they're drinking a beer, and they've got dirt all over them. Their hats their shoes, they're called their pants their hands and their faces and just for the record. I completely agree with you. How it is. With me on the show. I I know I know I have to play devil's advocate. So because somebody decides something is offensive what if there was a lamp on the wall. And that lamp was shaped like something they think's offensive or whatever. Seriously. What are we supposed to do make sure anyone and everyone isn't offended? That's not the answer. This isn't how this is. This is an unbelievable long road. If we're going to go after everything that everyone at one point or another thinks is offensive or even if one person thinks it's so basically this guy, and I'm looking at the photo he wanted the restaurant to save him from his own misconception about this photo. That time reading it. He had a particular perspective on this photo that was wrong, and he wants the restaurant to intervene and remove it because of his ridiculous perspective. Right, right. Because he kept he kept positioning the owners and the management as white in order to hammer home the point in this article, which was he found it offensive against black people. So therefore, the people who just were telling him it's a historic photo had to be white. So that people that read the story knew that there was a contrast there. I was I was reading a piece from someone who said, well, if it was my restaurant someone came up, and that was their perspective of it. You know, I would probably take it down because I wouldn't want that photograph to give off any sort of mistaken, you know, misperception or anything like that. And I'm reading this thinking data. What why you're so you're going to facilitate this ridiculousness by caving to it you're going to facilitate it? Well, I mean, one person's offended are we going to pretend that people weren't covered in suit. When they were. I mean, literally, it's from the thirties. They had just walked in from a coal mine. Those. Sucked or is it suit? I don't know if it gets. I'll say it how I want say pillow in milk too. We're going to fight over this. I can't say I don't know that. Weird to me. But it's soot see now, here's the thing. You're you're soot. That sounds weird suit. Like, I don't know. I don't like it is not right. I don't I don't like the way it sound my mouth. That's like I can't say I can't say the I cannot. It's like when you asked me to say wash foot foot. Yes, sir. I don't like that. What are you talking about this? I don't like it. It's it's like when you tell me you're saying wash wrong. Well, there's no I know that, but I can't that's a mid western thing. I can't say wash that sounds like I'm trying to be a boss like I'm trying to have a Boston accent. Why extra h after the wash? That's what I'm saying it. That sounds weird to me. It sounds like I'm faking being Bostonian wash wash wash wash no guest. That's what sense you sounded more like the duck would say. Doc, don't talk. But that's how it sounds. I just. Why is but the there isn't any kind of. This is silly. By the way, this is another plane another area where people are divided. This is another area where people because this is opinion. Everyone is going to have a possible that you know, the restaurant didn't make mistake the coal miners who were are probably all dead who just walked in from the coal mine with sit all over their face. All over their faces. I said at you happy, and they I mean, they have it 'cause they're working in the coal mine. Right there literally, Nicole mine. Is it possible that it's this guy who describes himself as a poet as well is it possible that maybe the fault is his for being so sensitive that he thinks that you know. That. Hey, I don't know. I would just say this. I don't even like his fault. It's just that. He is way too sensitive basically today. We're just looking for reasons to be offended. I mean, there's there's there's literally a story behind that photograph. Did it ever occur to him? That maybe his perception was maybe perhaps informed by a bias. And that this is an incorrect perception, and thus it shouldn't be projected on would sexually kind of. You know, it's a people working coal mines. I mean, it's pretty historical. Oh my gosh. I just this is I told her that was stupid. This is where we are. Oh, but wait there's more with the purchase of one slap chop. You. Get a second slap chop smack your vegetables apart with slap chop. The New York Times says that Mary Poppins is also racist. Of course, they did. This is going to ruin everybody's childhood. In a piece called Mary Poppins and finance shameful. Flirting with black face. Do you? Remember, she got again, what did she get on her face sit? So she got on her face. Suit. She got it on her face. She did. And they are not happy about it. They they get into it. They say. Andrews plane Poppins powders her face with more suit, cert and leads the banks children and Van Dyke playing a charming chimney. Sweep named Burt on a March across London rooftops. Yeah. They say the seniors innocuous, though, they they say that it has to do with black face. And they say that it's Disney invoking minstrel see, and it's not an accurate and that it's racial and that that's right. So. Oh my gosh. I can't even but hey, you know, what Elizabeth Warren can go and do this. And it's totally she can literally like just claim ethnicity and run around it. And it's totally fine on Twitter Mexican point. You just say coal dust. I think that would prevent you from having to say sit what coal dust, coal dust told us coal dust. But it's like, isn't it greasier than coal soot is actually the ash after something's burned. So if it's just coal dust, which is okay with those. Okay. Cold SOB that works then we'll do that. Okay. So the coal dust. Right. So they say that. Yeah. The New York the New York Times say that chimney sweeps black faces with racial caricature. Wait what? What? Okay. I can't deal. So this is really where we are. No one is allowed to clean chimneys anymore. No one ever do that any dirty job? You know what? I mean. Honestly. I don't have any words. This is why aliens don't visit us and why the comet should come for crying out loud. Asteroid now. I know. All right. We have even gay. We're more to get into. And we have headlines coming up. We also have Florida in this hour. I know let me some Florida, man. So Valentine's Day is around the corner. I can't believe this like valentines days in what like two and a half weeks two weeks. This is crazy. So what are you? What are y'all gonna do out there? You're gonna wait at the last minute and go get some onions smell and flowers at the those wilted, they smell a green onions as weird flowers that are all sad. Looking like, no one bought us. They're always like some wilted, carnations and some babies breath. Don't you do that you need to actually just check out the boots? They have a weird name, but it's actually short for bouquets. I've used them before their stuff is like very Instagram -able. They have really very unique bouquets. It's all very timeless and classic. And and they're you're not up selling stuff. Does there? They don't upsell. They tell you everything. 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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I was actually just checking out because the midwest isn't a deep freeze apparently. So my hometown of St Louis has negative five today, but it's going to be sixty on Saturday on Sunday. That's nuts is what it is. But they were telling people to not really even breathe outside in some parts of the midwest. Because it's so cold. Yeah. And you have to basically turned the heat way down in your house. It's too cold to breathe. Yeah. And you have to turn I mean outside and you have to turn the heat in your own home way down because they're worried about having total massive power outages here and there. Yeah. Oh my gosh. Sees messes one in Texas because I can't deal with that. I'm like it gets the fifties. And I am already like, Ooh, I gotta have a sweater. It gets in the forties. And I'm finding my coat. I can't deal with it. I cannot deal. This is why we were talking about skiing earlier can't do it gets ready for something. Really dumb. Can. I just I'm gonna I'm just gonna read this story t it's a it's a column, it's an easy central. It's worth every syllable. So let me start. It's a story. Written by Rishaad Thomas. It begins thus. A few weeks ago? I attended a holiday party at a downtown Phoenix restaurant. I walked around to view, the photographs on the wall. Then a photograph caught my attention friends said it's coal miners at a pub after work. It was a photograph of coal miners with blackened faces I asked a Latina and white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners at a pub after work, then they stepped back frowned and said, it's men in black face. I asked the waitress to speak with a manager. Instead, I spoke with a white restaurant owner, I explained to him why the photograph was offensive yet. The photograph has remained on the wall. He said he would talk to the other owners and get back to me. While leaving. I asked him had he spoken with the other owners. He had not spoken with them. But mentioned Google and said, it's coal miners after work. Who determines what's offensive for me, the coal miners disappeared in a film honored for its artistic merit to send the talks about birth of a nation gets in. He compares it to students have painted their faces black at Arizona State University sun devils blackout football game. And then they talk about how Phoenix institution of contemporary, art showcased. Bob Kerrey's literally compared to all black face. Suit is racist. Hell no one tell this man about black lung. It's a bunch of guys who do you know does he not know how when you're a minor? What happens? That's that's like that's the they're covered in dirt literally dirt. And it's not just their faces. It's their hands and their clothes and everything they are covered in it. But that's racist. Okay. What is what is the principal limitation here at? What point are we like, you know, come on? At what point are we like that came? Well, if anything this proves that we all have different perspectives and coal miners. I'm sorry. How would the ever loving hell? Do you have a different a different perspective on a coal miner with suit Oliver their face. It's literally a black and white old timey photo. And they're sitting in a pub with a beer it looks like they're in there in the nineteen thirties. And they're drinking a beer, and.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

13:20 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Aren't they remarkable Dan Virginia they're trying to outdo New York and you can vacuum the child's brain out shortly after birth? Kennedy. Can't you do I mean really why would they stop at birth? Why would they this artificial deadline? This threshold what if weeks later, in fact, there was this woman, and we played the audio at the time, I'm British television and one of their morning shows. It was BBC or ITN or whatever it was. Now, they had this woman on who is really really really pro choice as Democrats like to describe their their habit their religious blood, right pro-choice. And she said she literally said that a mother should be allowed to smother the baby in the cradle up until the age of two if the mother changes her mind and decides she doesn't want to raise the child anymore. She said this and there were gasps from the two, and it was a woman from the two women anchors. They were they were slack jawed. Hang there is saying are you serious, and she was. She was dead serious. And when I say dead serious, I'm being literal. So we're gonna we're gonna get into some of that. And also to your calls where at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five CNN lying today. Well, come on. I mean, that's kind of redundant isn't it CNN lying about their big camera Harris townhall meeting. They're lying about the numbers the ratings the viewers. They've sliced and diced and spun and shopped and misled and deceived on their ratings in an effort to make a point that nobody cares about which is pretty amazing that they were just so liberally and freely fabricate misrepresent deceive over whether they got good ratings on their little camera. Harris fluffer our. How Pauling Jake tapper right? The he was the designated fluffer on that point. And that that moment in time. Yeah. Great stuff. So they lied about that we'll get we'll get to that. But this this whole thing is crazy and the border. I went and I found this poll again because the news media buried this poll, but a remarkable poll that came out a couple of weeks ago that showed that ninety percent of Americans believed that the border is either a crisis or a problem a seventy nine percent. That's nearly eighty percent for those who are math challenge that that's nearly four out of five of us believe that the border is a problem or a crisis, and the majority of that seventy nine percent say it is in fact, a crisis. The news media has dropped that poll because it is inconvenient to the democratic party's efforts. Speaking of the Democratic Party. There was a lot of a lot of crazy. Lot of crazy going on out there with these people. The Santa Barbara City College discontinuing the pledge of allegiance because one member there. This is a and I use the term member advisedly said that it represents the pledge of allegiance represents white nationalism. White nationalism is what he said he objects the phrase one nation under God, also because their Satan worshipping, Oregon, harvesting blood drenched ghouls from hell that make Islamists. Look like the Red Cross the first amendment only protects freedom of speech and religion. It also expressly prohibits laws that establish religion. Thanks, bright. Boy, there's a as I actually I'm I'm embarrassed to say, I think at this moment. Anyway, I attended Santa Barbara City College. I went to center, I was a student at Santa Barbara City College. Let me say they have a really nice perch, and the people I won't specify gender. Very good looking and and good looking women. They're good looking women. There are a lot of good looking. But we'll we'll get to that. So they want to do. With the pledge of allegiance Democrats on Capitol Hill want to remove so help me God from the pledge that you take because now they don't worship anyone. But the party the party rules and all this, and the can you can you abort the baby up until the fourth trimester. Yes. Yes. You can during birth. What about moments after birth? Can you aborted it? Why stop? I mean. Honestly, why this silly artificial deadline of actually giving birth. Why if you're gonna if you're gonna kill it? You should be a little more elastic more a little more liberal with it. I think there and speaking of Democrats and they're insanity. And of course, the majority of the children will be minorities. We'll be Brown now be Brown and black babies that will be exterminated and the Democrats will harvest their organs, which they literally do I saw something recently where prolife person mentioned, and you harvest the organs and this shrieking old liberal woman said that's been debunked. I guess she watches MSNBC or she thinks it's been d. Debunked. Maybe she doesn't know what the word debunked means that seems to be the case an awful lot of the time. They don't know what the words mean they use the words, but they don't know what they mean. Here's a democrat. So you just some democrat side stories here because as these these are amazing, a Phoenix Arizona restaurant says that they have well, they have a photo on their wallet said picturing. They got pictures on the walls of the restaurant. It's a restaurant and they have a bar, and there's a picture on the walls. It looks like it's an eighty year old picture or something like that. And it's a group of coal miners at a bar and joying what appears to be bass ale. I don't where there might be from England. It might actually be from England and their coal miners and their southern clothing and their faces are covered in coal dust because their coal miners. And and there's one woman sitting there. She's not a coal miner. I know that because he can see her face in her clothes, and they're not all black group of men one. Two three four five six seven men who are coal miners and they're in a bar and they're covered with coal dust. Okay. Well, the piece was written by Russia. Thomas who's an opinion contributor at Arizona central. Now. This is a big newspaper, but they just call themselves. Arizona central now, which is foolish. They've stripped themselves of their own newspaper brand. He he writes who determines what is offensive the photo in downtown Phoenix restaurant raises a key question. Now, it raises a key question about your mental health. Rashad Rashad Thomas has some mental problems. He writes a few weeks ago, I attended a holiday party Christmas party. But a holiday party at a downtown Phoenix restaurant. I walked around to view, the photographs on the wall. He wanted to see if anything would offend him. And sure enough something did then a photograph caught my attention friends said it's coal miners at a pub after work because that's what it is. That's why the friend said that that's what it is. It was a photograph of coal miners with blackened faces at a pub after work. I asked a Latin x I love this. Remember, it's it's a Latina cts. What is it? This is Latin woman who doesn't recognize her gender or doesn't know what gender. She is. Or doesn't know whether she's a person on a planet in a solar system. They don't know anything anymore. It's it's she's Latina cts Latino Latina 'cause if few sneeze in Honduras, your H for a Latina cts Latina artists friends said it's called minor to pub- photograph miners were black. I asked a Latina and a white woman. See how he's look at. We look what he's built in here. He's ask any white men because white men have a lot of answers. I don't know if you've been walking on the moon and stuff we got bored with that in the nineteen seventies. We know a lot of things where Karen cancer things like that. You might want to ask I asked Latina that means the presumably Latin woman who is non binary gender confused, meaning completely screwed up in the head. So he asked somebody who is completely screw up and they had like him and a white woman. Why is there a race of the woman? Important. I want to know that you're because you're racist. Now. I remember, that's what Rashaad Thomas I asked a Latina cts and a white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners had a pub after work. Well, I don't know. It's a Latina 'cause you gotta take her. She's a woman you got to believe the women. I saw that in the papers awhile back, then that was all off that whole believing women thing that's all off. That was just for cabinet. We don't believe women anymore. Democrats. I've still where I've always been I've been like a normal person over here, then they stepped back. He typed frowned and said it's men in black face. He's no longer quoting them. There are no longer any Croatian marks. I asked the waitress to speak to the manager. Can you believe what a pain in the ass? This guy is what a petty tinpot racist. If she'd be wearing a pointed black hood instead, I spoke with a white restaurant owner. So instead of the manager you've got the owner and the identifies him by race because he's a racist. And all these seasons rice so much for Martin Luther King's vision of a world where you're judged by the content of your character, not the color of your skin. He's a racist. Right. He he's a bigot. And and that's plane for anyone to say, I explained to him why the photograph was offensive while you explain why it was offensive to you. And nobody else evidently someone else had made a similar comment about the photograph before there was one other mentally ill person who. Through yet. The photograph remained on the wall. He thinks that because he objects to a picture of coal miners that the picture of coal miners should be taken down because in his twisted, tortured, tormented victimized mind in his racist mind. This must be destroyed because they burn books. Now. They burn words one word at a time one phrase at a time it saves time. He said he would talk to the other owners and get back to me while leaving. I asked him if he had spoke with the other owners, I think he means to say spoken with the other is just an editorial writer at the newspaper there. He had not spoken with them. He corrected in the next sentence. But mentioned Google and said, it's coal miners after work. So he's look you're mentally ill. And the fact that the newspaper published this this insanity is really something. Then he asked the question. What determines what's offensive mummy? I got an answer to that question. Not you gang, not the most sensitive mental case. And Rashad Rashad Thomas needs help his friends need to intervene because he's unwell, and he's he could hurt himself or others really unconcerned for for me Rashad said, the coal miners disappeared, and the film honored for its are pissed merit despite being for the most racist propaganda film, ever w Griffiths birth of a nation. Nineteen fifteen surfaces in which white actors appear in black face. I gotta I gotta tell you about. You're you're really unwell. You're you're sick person. By the way, it was the liberal progressive democrat president Woodrow Wilson who is entombed in the National Cathedral. I should probably be removed. Who reintroduced the Ku Klux Klan to the United States of America by showing birth of a nation in the White House. It was the first film ever shown in the White House by the progressive democrat racists clan supporter, resurgence of the clan because of the democrat party Michael is shaking his head. There's more on the next line. This guy is something. The fact the fact he says the photograph shows coal miners faces covered in soot the context of the photograph is not the issue. It's not. Really the photograph. It's called he doesn't care whether they're call minors. You're you're mentally ill. And I also have you know, that the democrat party made you this way and you need to seek help. And and if you have any friends, which I doubt, I think your friends should intervene to try to save you from yourself. There is a TV show somewhere in the TV universe called empire. I don't think anybody's ever seen it. But there is an actor on empire. Who is a black guy. It's kind of a black cast TV show, mostly in black producer, and all that there's an actor there whose name is Jessie, not Jessie, but Jessie small it John was smaller jussie not Jesse smaller than jussie smollet. He has an amazing story to tell. He was in Chicago and terrible Trump supporting white racists attacked him recognizing him immediately, wrapped up in cold weather clothes in Chicago as the actor from this TV show, and they they knew that he was gay and they knew that he was gay and they attacked him. And you'll never believe. What happened next? In fact, let me say this again, you'll actually never believe what happened next because I don't wanna walk out a thin limbs here, but I think jussie smollet has a vivid imagination and has some mental problems too. And I'm going to get to that in a minute. But now people with mental problems go to the front of the line. I'm going to get to Jesse smell it in just a moment. He's a democrat. I'm just I don't know this for sure, but I bet every dollar ever made in my lifetime on this. You know with all the recent news about online security breaches, we've seen them.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Washington's mall w m. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Harrison, just one second. I I have to make note of the fact that we are now living in an era when everyone is suggesting racial offense at everything everything there's an actual piece in the New York Times by of jangle Pollock Pels ner have no idea who this person is I guess that disappeared on page. See one of the New York edition today. Hey, his adjusters that Mary Poppins is about black face. I'm not kidding you. It's an actual thing. Here's what Daniel Pollack Pels new rights. Mary Poppins returns we've picked up four Oscar nominations last week is an enjoyable derivative. Film. It seeks to inspire our nostalgia for the innocent fancies of childhood as well as the holidays at the first Mary Poppins film concert for many adult viewers part of the new phones style Jehovah is bound up in a black face performance. Tradition. That persists throughout the Mary Poppins cannon from yelled Travers is book to Disney's nineteen sixty four at uptaken with disturbing echoes in the studio's newest take on the material nary Poppins returns. Eight. Now, you may be thinking maybe racking memory this point, Mary Poppins, where was the Al Jolson singing mammy part of Mary Poppins where the black pace black-faced part of of Mary Poppins. Like I remember the penguins popping into Trump paintings. And I remember the guy who's floating around on the ceiling. But I don't remember the part where they all put on black makeup, and then in derogatory fashion attempted to mock black people don't remember that weird. I watched it like a week ago with my daughter. I remember Eddie of those things where is the black face. You're not gonna believe this is so great. The columnist says one of the more indelible images from the nineteen sixty four is Mary Poppins blacking up. He's talking about the section where Mary Poppins takes coal dust and put on her face when the magical nanny played by Julie Andrews, accompanies, her young charges, Michael J banks up their chimney, her face gets covered in soot. But instead of wiping it off she gave me powders her nose, and cheeks even blacker then she leaves the children on a dancing. Exploration of London rooftops of Dick Van Dyke shooting chimney sweep, Bert. This might seem like an innocuous Connex seen. If Travers is novels didn't associated chimney sweeps blackened faces with racial caricature. Wait, why now so if you watch the movie, and you didn't read the book or you read the book, and you skipped right over the part with racism, then I'm supposed to take away from Mary Poppins putting on soot. So that she looks like a chimney sweep that she's actually making fun of black people who aren't in the movie and supposed to take offensive this for some reason. And not only that we're supposed to take offence at the new movie the new movie why because Mary Poppins returns set in the nineteen thirties seems to offer a more racially inclusive vision of banks's London. But. The key sequence in the film plays into a much more fraught history from a suppressed part of Mary Poppins is passed. In Travers is first Mary Poppins novel published in nineteen thirty four a magic, compass transport children around the world, including a stop where they meet scantily clad negro lady, Dan's laying a tiny black picking any with nothing on it at all picking any has long been seen as an offensive term for black child is what the columnist says she addresses, Mary Poppins and minstrels I elected invokes the convention of blacking up. My becomes very why babies you all lose a little black a little bit black boot polish on them. I don't remember this part of the book at all I should be forgiven for that. I read it when I was like ten I think this episode was so controversial the book was banned in the San Francisco public library. And then Travers had to do a revision in the nineteen Eighty-one addition. And apparently there was a bird that pops up. Right. A hyacinth macaw that speaks English. Now, you remember that Mary Poppins has bird in the original Mary Poppins movie. Well, now the bird pops up in Mary Poppins returns. So the bird that was originally in racist sequence from a book in nineteen thirty three that was removed over the course of fifty years did not appear in the original movie. And now peers in this movie having nothing to do with race is a racist reference. I'm gonna go lighten up, folks. If you watch the new Mary Poppins movie, and you came away with racist. You might have a problem. But that doesn't the only ridiculous accusation of black face today is an opinion piece. Rashad Thomas in the Arizona Republic. A here's what it says a few weeks ago. I attended a holiday party at a downtown Phoenix restaurant. I walked around to view, the photographs on the wall. Then photograph caught my attention friend said it's coal miners at for work. It wasn't photograph of coal miners with blackened faces I asked Ayla tanks and white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners at a pub after work, then they step background. Instead, it's men in black face. I asked the waitress speak with manager. Instead, I spoke with the white restaurants owner, I explained to him why the photograph was offensive. Evidently, someone else had made a similar comment about the photograph before yet the photograph remained on the wall. He said he would talk to the other owners and get back to me while leaving. I asked him if he had spoken with the other owners in not spoken with them. But mentioned Google said, it's coal miners after work. Well, that's because it's a picture of coal miners after work like I'm looking at the picture is a picture of coal miners after work, but because this person looks at a picture of coal miners, and so black face the picture should be removed. Says frequently I enter art galleries, and I am not represented in the art which leads to uneducated curation for for exhibitions while shopping. I have ignored because it is. It is assumed I'm unable to purchase anything inches is based on a stereotype lack face caricatures stereotypes of black people at the downtown Phoenix restaurant. My concern that the photograph of men in black face was a threat to me and my face and voice were ignored the operators of that downtown restaurant can choose to take the photograph down leave it up or create a title card with intention statement. No matter their decision, I think the photograph should be taken down sacrificing one image for the greater good. So now if you put up a photo that has nothing to do with black day since of coal miners who are covered in coal dust, which is black. Now, we're supposed to take down that picture because you misinterpreted the picture. This is the same argument that folks are constantly having over particular words in the English language that sound like racial slurs, but actually are not racial slurs. And people will use particular words, say the words because then media matters will take it out of context and suggests I'm using the racial slur, which I am absolutely not. But that's how stupid we have become. We've seen cases of people lose their jobs for using words that are actually not even remotely related to racial slurs, but somebody interpreted as a racial slur. And then they lose their jobs. This is all insanity. If you've got nothing better to do than go around to local restaurants, looking for pictures of people covered in coal, and then suggesting the black face being is you.

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WLS-AM 890

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Day, and should both you and I survived the polar vortex will reconvene to discuss the state of the city state and union the afternoon of five John Howell WLS AM, eight ninety. Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Harrison, just one second. I I have to make note of the fact that we are now living in an era when everyone is suggesting racial offense at everything everything there's an actual piece in the New York Times, but I got him jangle Pollock Elsner. And no idea who this person is I guess that disappeared on see one of the New York edition today. Hey, his adjustments that Mary Poppins is about black face. I'm not kidding. You this an actual thing. Here's what Daniel Pollack Pels new rights. Mary Poppins returns picked up four Oscar nominations last week is an enjoyable derivative film that seeks to inspire our nostalgia for the innocent fancies childhood as well. As the jolly holidays at the first Mary Poppins dome concert from any adult viewers part of the new film style. J, however is bound up in a black face performance. Tradition. That persists throughout the Mary Poppins cannon from peeled. Travers is book to Disney's nineteen sixty four adaptation with disturbing echoes in the studio's newest take material nary Poppins returns eight. Now, you may be thinking maybe racking memory at this point. Mary Poppins where was the Al Jolson singing now part of Mary Poppins, whereas the black paste black-faced part of Mary Poppins like I remember the penguins and urban popping into trumpetings. And I remember the guy who's floating around on the ceiling. But I don't remember the part where they all put on black makeup, and then in derogatory fashion attempted to my black people. I don't remember that weird. I watched it like a week ago with my daughter. I remember any of those things where's the black face? You're not gonna believe this. It's so great. The columnist says one of the more indelible images from the nineteen sixty four is of Mary Poppins blacking up. He's talking about the section Mary Poppins takes coal dust and puts it on her face when the magical nanny played by Julie Andrews accompanies for young charges. Michael J banks of their Jimmy her face gets covered in soot. But instead of wiping it off she gave me powders her nose, and cheeks even blacker then she leaves the children on dancing. Exploration of London rooftops. Dick Van Dyke. Sweep bert. This might seem like an innocuous comic scene. If Travers is novels didn't associate Jimmy Smits black faces with racial caricature. Wait what? Oh. So if you watched the movie, and you didn't read the book or read the book, and you skipped right over the part with racism, then I'm supposed to take away from Mary Poppins putting on soot. So that she looks like a chimney sweep that she's actually making fun of black people who aren't in the movie and supposed to take offensive this for some reason and not only that we're supposed to take offence at the new movie, the new movie why because Mary Poppins returns set in the nineteen thirties seems to offer a more racially inclusive vision of banks is London. But a key sequence of the film plays into a much more fraught history from a suppressed part of Mary Poppins is passed. In travers. His first Mary Poppins novel published in nineteen thirty four a magic compass transports children around the world, including a stop where they meet scantily clad negro lady dazzling tiny black picking any with nothing on it at all picking any has long been seen as an offensive term for black child is what the columnist says she addresses Mary Poppins in minstrel, dialect and invokes that convention of blacking up. My butt gems. Very why babies you all lose a little a little bit black boot polish on them. Okay. I don't remember this part of the book at all I should be forgiven for that. I read it when I was like ten I think this episode was so controversial the book was banned in the San Francisco public library. And then Travers had to do a revision in the nineteen Eighty-one edition. And apparently there was a bird that pops up. Right. A hyacinth macaw that speaks English. Now, you remember that Mary Poppins has bird in the original Mary Poppins movie. Well, now the bird pops up and Mary Poppins returns. So the bird that was originally in a racist sequence from a book in nineteen thirty three that was removed over the course of fifty years did not appear in the original movie. And now peers in this movie having nothing to do with race is a racist reference. I'm gonna go lighten up folks, if you watch the new Poppins movie, and you came away with racist. You might have a problem. But that doesn't the only ridiculous accusation of black face today. There's an opinion piece Rashad Thomas in the Arizona Republic. Here's what it says a few weeks ago. I attended a holiday party at a downtown Phoenix restaurant. I walked around view the photographs on the wall. Then photograph caught my attention friend said it's coal miners at a pop after work. It was a photograph of coal miners with blackened faces I asked a tanks and white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners at a pub after work, then they step background. Instead, it's men in black face. I asked the waitress to speak with the manager. Instead, I spoke with a white restaurants owner, I explained to him. Why? The photograph was offensive. Evidently, someone else had made a similar comment about the photograph. Before yet, the photograph remained on the wall. He said he would talk to the other owners and get back to me. Well, leaving. I asked him if he had spoken with the other owners in not spoken with them. But mentioned Google said, it's coal miners after work. Well, that's because it's a picture of coal miners after work with I'm looking at the picture is a picture of coal miners after work, but because this person looked at a picture of coal miners, and so black face the picture should be removed. Frequently I enter art galleries, and I am not represented in the art which leads to uneducated curation for exhibit for exhibitions while shopping. I have ignored because it assumed it is assumed I'm unable to purchase anything each assumption is based on a stereotype lactase caricatures stereotypes of black people at the downtown Phoenix restaurant. My concern that the photograph of men in black face was a threat to me and my face and voice were ignored the operators of that downtown restaurant can choose to take the photograph down leave it up or create a title card with intention statement. No matter their decision, I think the photographs should be taken down sacrificing one image for the greater good. So now if you put up a photo that has nothing to do with black face. It's of coal miners who are covered in coal dust, which is black. Now, we're supposed to take down that picture because you misinterpreted the picture. This is the same argument that folks are constantly having over particular words in the English language that sound like racial slurs, but actually are not racial slurs. And people will use particular words, say the words because then media matters will take it out of context and suggest I'm using the racial slur, which I absolutely not. But that's how stupid we have become. We've seen cases of people lose their jobs for using words that are actually not even remotely related to racial slurs. But somebody interpreted it as a racial slur. And then they lose their jobs. This is all insanity. If you've got nothing better to do than go around to local restaurants, looking for pictures of people covered in coal, and then suggesting the black face being is you.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"In a film honored for his artistic merit despite being the most racist propaganda film, ever DWI Griffith's birth of a nation made in nineteen fifteen. It's surfaced which white actors appeared and black face. A white owner saw coal miners in the photograph. Therefore, it was not offensive. I saw birth of a nation. Really? Where are you alive? Nineteen fifteen when that horrendous movie came out or is this part of the leftist propaganda. Hey, did you know that birth of a nation? With the night riders were Democrats. Did you thought it was a democrat president do? Students students have painted their faces black at the university of Arizona State, University, sun devil, all k- and this led a blackout football game during Halloween people are encouraged not to wear black face Phoenix institution of contemporary. Art, showcase. Bob Kerrey's portrait of himself and black face. Art could be a trickster people artwork once and and subsequently see something different. Oh like you. Viewers could not determine the the intention of an artist's work. Art, also exposes societies blind spots black faces only a glimpse of a larger issue. The larger issue is the lack of representation of marginalized people and their voices in Phoenix. Are you serious? Do that. Black people are margin. Who what where is this going? At the downtown Phoenix restaurant. My concern that the photograph of men in black face was a threat to me and my face, and my voice were ignored. Business photograph of men with blackened faces coach sesame whites only is says people like me. Well. The operators downtown restaurant. Could choose to take the photograph down leave it up or create a title card with an intention with the statement. No matter their decision, I think the photographs had be taken down sacrificing what image for the greater good. What s because you wanted to be racist, sir? Well, this is my restaurant and those were good hard.

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"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"phoenix restaurant" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"They? And then she walked away. Oh, it's extraordinary to see again. I blocked on this over the weekend. KFI dot com. She looks like a skinhead. Skinhead a thing anymore. Are you still out there? I mean, they used to be big in the nineties. I mean that was back when I was young. Yeah. I haven't seen skinheads in a while you now. Okay. So maybe they did I date myself by talking about skin. Well, obviously this young bald headed woman. She. She's concerned about hatred in Emmett she wouldn't have shaved their heads. So it must be thing anymore. But it used to be a thing. Neo nazis. I'm holding in my hand in article from from the Zona was this a Republic, not let me get a straight. This is central. Phoenix restaurant says a photo of coal miners. Phoenix restaurant says this is the photo of coal miners. But what do I see I see black face in this offensive? Opinion piece by Rashid Thomas. Who determines what's offensive a photo in downtown Phoenix restaurant raises? This key question. A few weeks ago? I attended a holiday party a downtown Phoenix restaurant. I walked around to view the photograph on the wall. Then a photograph caught my attention friends set, it's coal miners at a pub after work. Was the photograph of coal miners with black black interfaces, ISO Latino and a white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners at a pub after work. Then they step back frowned instead. It's men in black face. It's. Man. Black-faced? I asked the waitress to speak to the manager. Instead, I spoke with a white restaurant owner, I explained to him why the photographs what's offensive evidently someone else had made a similar comment about the photograph before yet the photograph remained on the wall. He said he would talk to the the other owners and get back to me. While leaving. I asked him had he spoke with the other owners. He had not spoken with them. But mentioned Google said that his coal miners after work..

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