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"rap lake" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Spared from last night's weather system that threatened dry lightning and strong winds. Still, the Bay Area's three major lightning sparked fire complexes have now raged for a week or more together. They've burned more than a million acres destroyed about 1000 structures, and hundreds of thousands of people are under evacuation orders. We want to hear from you. How are you faring? After several days of blazes and joining us first to Scott McLean, spokesman for Cal Fire, thanks for joining us, Scott McLean. Thank you for having me and I should ask you the question. How are firefighters faring after this week of multiple blazes? Well, since you brought up the weather last night, eh? Addicted. Whether forecast was definitely daunting. But however, what we received was much much better news for us, so we continue to get line strengthens. Getting those lines further around these fires. The firefighters definitely are tired, but they're still working hard at it. Both men and women have just given it their all. Yes, give us a sense of the progress made by firefighters over the weekend and what conditions are like today for you. Thie conditions. You know, the predicted wins, They're probably gonna surface a little later. It's looking real calm here at base camp, for example, in upon the ridge tops so I can see the relatively competition some breezes, which definitely as we all know, promote Farr's, especially in this area. They continue to work around the clock on these fires, especially the Hennessy as well as a Walberg. We're looking at a total acreage right now. As of this morning 350,000 acres 22% containment containment continues to climb. Now, keep in mind. The Myers fire that's over north of Jenner off the coast of 95% contained a 23 160 acres, so that one's pretty much put the bed. Walberg is definitely ah fight still to be had, it is still very active. It is 5% contained but again, the firefighters did an awful lot of work last night and were able to make a lot of headway. Even though that 5% figure doesn't sound like it. They have, especially with the tax topography. And then the Hennessy. All those fires emerged. You know, basically rap Lake Berryessa, So we still have some activity of the northwestern corner towards lower lake. You know, we have the Rocky fire with Jerusalem fire with acclaimed fire up in that area, and the years passed, so that area always seems to be pretty active. There's really been no increase in acreage past our lines. What has burned over the course of last night was expected, and that's a 26% contained again. Burning 293,000 acres. Still a lot of work to do, but a lot of black line on it. Well, glad to hear that. Are you anticipating then that you will not need to issue more evacuation orders or that even you, Khun, downgrade some or or even lift any We evaluate on a consistent basis throughout the course of each day. So I'm not and do not want the public to be complacent because anything can happen at any time. And by that, I mean ah, we could get an ember across the line, and it could start another spot fire and promote the Main body of the fire to go in that direction. We all have to work together. We have to keep our heads on it through, you know, Help us help you the public by, you know, staying out of the evacuated areas. And especially in this warning areas. Please be prepared. Ready for wildfire dot or GE. I ask that you go to that website and review it a lot of very helpful information on what to do in case of a wildfire to answer question Direct. We're not out of the woods. Yet. Anything that happens. We are re popping as well as issuing evacuation warnings were orders at the same time, so it's really in a state of flux. Can you give us a quick update on containment of the fire? The one that's Ah. The East Bay, South Bay, and more so many counters are affected by that one and also the CCU. Um, staff this morning on the sea. Use an eclair unit Lightning complex. We're looking at 347,000 plus acres, burned grass, primarily grass and brush. It's a 10% containment. And then as I'm going to CCU Lightning complex, Santa Cruz Monterrey we're looking at 78,000 acres of brush and timber. And that's a 13% containment. We're looking at 1.2 Million plus acres burned in this period of time. It's put into perspective. We saw 1.9 Million acres burn in 2018 the whole year. 2017 was 1.6 million acres burned. Ah, and we just burnt 1.2 million acres and Just over a week. I mean, that's incredible. And I mean, how long should people expected to be before the fires are more or less handled? I mean, as you mentioned, we're nowhere near out of the woods yet. It's really hard to say. I mean, We are in drought like conditions. We remain enjoy, like conditions. One winter is not going to make or break it. We need a consistent, you know, weather pattern for a few years in order to get California back on that planetoid plateau moisture content in our vegetation, but it simply So there's really no set time We're going to see this throughout the rest years, Faras the volatility of our fuels or vegetation, So we need to have that mindset. They're being very careful and very cognizant of our surroundings follows the state and Scott McLean the fire that you go. Could you tell us whether or not reinforcements are coming in a timely Manner again. 1.2 million acres all over the state of California. So resource is air out there. They're doing their jobs. I'm feeling comfortable now, but in the same sense, you know there's always a chance of this weather. These weather patterns would come in, so we need to be paying attention to that of giving idea out of state resource is We've received 91 fire engines from out of state. They came from the states of Arizona, Idaho, New Mexico, Texas, Oregon, Utah and Washington are resource is from the National Guard are big help on the ground in the air? Our conservation Corps. Folks are a big help. We were able to hire almost 850 firefighter ones or what we call seasonal firefighters to put him into a crew formats, several crew format that is helping so all this is helping But again, we need to have the public self as well being that extra careful being very, very cautious out there. So throughout the end of the year, so again, we have to be together on this. Scott McLean, Cal Fire spokesman. Thank you so much for talking with us. Thank you. Joining us for the rest of the hour is Kikui's Dan Breaky editor and reporter for the News? Hi, Dan. I mean it him and also with us is Keith Gillis, professor and dean emeritus at the College of Natural Resource is at UC Berkeley and chair of the California Board of Forestry and Fire Protection. Keith Gillis. Thanks so much for joining us as well. My pleasure to be here and ah You kill us? I have to ask you. We did hear a little bit from Scott MacLean about how the conditions are different from, you know the fires that we've had the catastrophic fires just in the last five years or so, What else do you think we need to understand about how things were different this time from, say, the wine country and Thomas fires. Um, the wine country fires are perhaps a better analogy, Thomas Fire, But what makes this situation so difficult for Cal Fire are the number of simultaneous fire starts that a dry lightning storm? Which is something that thankfully we only see on this magnitude on about a 15 20 year cycle. Historically, it creates so many ignition simultaneously. That Ah, just the logistics of finding the resources and dispatching on under ordinary timelines to do your initial attack on these fires. Becomes difficult to impossible. You just can't get your normal complement of resources to each ignition with speed. You normally do so that creates a situation where fires Khun burn longer without response, and where there's a potential for them coalescing fires that you might have been ableto handle easily. Were you dealing with only one or two ignitions in a county you suddenly got 10 to 15 ignitions? It changes the nature of the response. When you've got an area wide, dry lightning storm.
"rap lake" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Have, you seen the beyond say movie. Did. It just came out on Disney pluses. That looks fantastic. She's great to. Joshua Hall says one last time give me every time. Yeah. That's what I was just talking about Chris. Jackson. That's his name. One, last time. So, good. No. Wait for it. My favorite song is from Nick Kelly seeing in real life was truly something. It's hard to stagecraft the eye of the hurricane part was really awesome to see. Yeah. A lot of people like wait for it it's hard to pick a favorite you know. Another, thing I love Nolan's mentioned this yet was the dueling. Rules because you know Josh and I did a podcast dueling years ago and it's I think to the UNINITIATED. They just think dueling was just like stand with your backs and walk ten paces and shoot but there's so much more to the rules of dueling and I think they really. To spell those out to know that you the value of spelling out those rules. In in musical form was very cool. Loved it. The movie Barry Lyndon Chuck S. No. We've covered that on this very show great I just I speaking of movies that I didn't finish. Man. I made it to there's an intermission. There's actually literally a title card that says intermission halfway through. And I think it's fantastic it's something I wasn't expecting it at all. It's obviously Kubrick's big period piece masterwork which all lit with natural lighting candles. It's amazing actually really funny and it's got a dueling a pretty important dueling thing in it to that that I thought was. Funny and beautifully executed as well. Great Movie Berta Bussan Ferguson says so many moments but his New Jersey residents. With the son-in-law his parents were immigrants we loved everything is legal in New Jersey and immigrants. We get the job done. Great moments agree fully. Let me see here. Day. Barlow and a lot of people said this David Borrow says the rewind during satisfied the way they told the story of. of Hamilton and his relationship with Elisa. And her sister in playing things out in reverse in jumping around with the timeline very, very creative. I wasn't just straight up musical goodness you know. Really was innovative. Use of the form kind of. An real ways. Yeah. For sure. tiny cox also says the rewind sequence from satisfied going back through helpless helpless is a great song to that's a little sugar pop goodness. Well here it is Jessica Lynn Daub. Tell my story, the end boy. Oh boy, the ending knoll just get ready. It's it's it's interesting. It's a Broadway show. You know. I think you count Broadway shows to finish big. Hamilton finishes small. To Great, effect Nice. The Opening Number Melinda Beck Leo. I researched it and watched it again to pick up all the subtle hints and wordplay. Little Youtube of the cast kind of an zoom thing when they're asking what their favorite songs were and they were picking all these great songs and then. Who's The guy who played Burr. ODEM Leslie. Junior. Yeah. He he named a few but then he went and you know the the intro. He said to pack that much history into plus minute song as an overview of his life. He said, it was just each stanza was so dense with information just brilliant. Did you see way back in the day when? Back in the Halcyon days of your when Obama was president Lin Manuel. Miranda did that sequence by himself at it Obama dinner events or something like that or some kind of function as well. I saw the cast at an Obama thing but it did not see him do it by himself one early on before I think it was still in production like it was probably what the workshop days. Yeah. That's exactly right. He did like voices and all of the characters for the for the whole opening sequence. Wow with. The company and it was incredible. Yeah. Because he he did a workshop version he did it off Broadway and then Broadway and a handful of the actors were there for all of it. I think digs is one of them. And and Jackson new played. Washington. Kidding confusing yet. Yeah. A little bit. King George everyone loves digs and King George. Of course. Boy Digs really steals the show and a lot of ways. He's love him. He's got a unique voice. Such a good rapper and singer. Oh. Yeah. Always. Fantastic. He holds his own in every way. I. Really Love His talked about this in multiple times. Weird Hip hop project clipping. It's ex. Horror Rap Lake Mary Mary Weird and PSYCHEDELIC, and lots of interesting production to the guy that does the production for it is actually sort of more of a noise guy. So it's very experimental hip hop. It's really good stuff if you're into something a little weird in your. In your hip hop. I was telling me about it and she said what I like it and I said probably not but. I don't think it's for you, but it's great to. Have you ever wondered if Will Ferrell likes to wear his I voted sticker all even wear it into the next day. Just ask the people who are what make Stephanie Rule. So passionate about voting it's super important. It's about what kind of country what kind of world do you WanNa live in I I'm holly FRY, and I'm hosting a new podcast called why I'm voting you'll hear from Chelsea handler. So my dad loves to talk about voting and talk about politics nonstop and then I realized my father had never participated in any election and Jason Petty also known as propaganda. Failed you know that's how a system failed is everyone assuming somebody else and other really.
"rap lake" Discussed on The Masked Man Show
"To the Matt Man Show I'm your host David Shoemaker and guess who's back has. How you doing. Good. They feel like you. We have so much fun last figured. We do it again. Good to get these wrestling musings off again feels good does guide. It feels good. It feels good like after a long time of like of trying to figure out what I was talking about I. finally figured out I finally figured last week felt like we were talking about so anyway. We gotTA. Talk about this week. This Sunday is wwe extreme rules or AKA, the horror show at extreme rules. We will close out the show with our run down and picks and everything on that front. We got five for the fallen tonight recording this on Wednesday. We're going to figure ever going to keep recording on Wednesdays, but we'll we'll. We'll make that decision soon, but five of the fallen is tonight, so we're going to go over that. Before we get there. I WANNA do a little bit to talk about what happened last Wednesday night We talked about it before it happened last time we were together too big nights of wrestling the second night of the great American bash going up again to second night. A fighter fest AWB Synnex he finally. This rivalry is like a straight up. We're. We're having a rivalry rivalry and It was a big night for both shows the biggest. Moment of the week probably we're going to get through. And the horror show and we're probably still going to be saying at least on this show. The biggest night happened that I can remember was on Wednesday night when keithly? Beat Adam Cole for the NFC championship. He's now. The Champ Champ has got the US title. Annex, T title. And he looked like a million bucks doing it, but before I. Let you sing praises. The other guys look like a million bucks last week and I know your mileage may vary on. The Gimmick was orange cassidy over on over on the great American Bash he w. he went head to head with the biggest company in Chris Jericho. I think that was my favorite. Jericho, match I I mean I'm trying to remember when I enjoyed Jericho. Madge, more I think pure hype, Wise New Japan, but like that was a great Jericho madge insanely good orange gase performance he as Tony. Kahn said interviewed I think yesterday. Gase proved that he can be a main event her so my question for you guys. Just whose stock is higher right now in the world of pro wrestling Orange Cassidy or keithly. I'M GONNA. Go ahead and say well. Both these guys a look when when a w I started the first thing I said was. They need a strap. The rockets orange cassidy because he's the one guy that you have. That is unlike anyone like. He was already like a walking me. He was a viral like he was doing. The cool like could stop and like. It was different and entertaining and I truly believe our. The, future that company, even if he never wins a world title for them, a win any sort of title of the like you can absolutely still be a star without necessarily oh, man, being like the TNT champion of the eighth champion but as far as just who who my stock as many got like. How can? How can you not look at keithly and just see the future of were this entire sports slash? Entertainment is going to go because there's nothing he can do like he is. An and it's been a long time coming with keithly and I love the slow burn that they're doing with him to make him feel like a real prime time. Performer right like not just as much of of Orange Cassidy of arts cassidy, because of how unique is to accompanied as brand new. That needs stuff that you need. That needs stuff. That's not the WM that needs stuff that is lake okay. This company because they're not GonNa do this. And that's why I think our chastity is so important, but in the grand scheme of things. If you look at a guy like Lee and don't think he's going to main event Wrestlemainia at least one time in his life, the laws health is h holds up I know he's. He's not up there. It's not no guy, but. But you know he starts really catches stride. and kind of like his mid to late thirties. Keith Leeman the beauty of him is. He can work anyone. He Made Adam Cole and Adam. Cole is not a big guy at all, but that match was compelling was back and forth, but he's still a dominant and the thing that makes me really excited about keithly is that? Every other super heavyweight. That's in the company obrock listeners. The Roman reigns the Braun strowman the baron. Corbin's all these big dudes that are sube rap lake, will it? You can only get really good matches out of them with small guys like the imbalance in the world, and those guys kid'll is gonNA. Make you step your game up and you're GONNA. Be Able to do some incredible things with him and I said this last week I'm it again this week. You know it helps. It doesn't hurt at all that he's a black man who was who could speak well. The Promo and his entertaining and you know. And not just a guy who was getting an opportunity, because well This is the climate of the world, because a lot of people will probably see that they can look at. The wwe putting the title Keithly, and they can all here they go, they're. They're trying to China the be the woke police, but the beauty onto keithly. Push right now that it's been started since last survivor series. Right Les since survivor series not, roll ups into you know him being on smack. That was riddle to the moment were Roman reigns to the Royal Rumble with Rock Leser to now He is a guy that is going to be. One hundred percent if I can put my money on anybody being one of those okay. The NFC end up main events, your wrestlemainia or being like household name. He's got. He's it whatever it is. He has I think that you mentioned you mention his age I. Think There's some anti keithly force on the Internet right now. Who secretly trying to oppo dumps by releasing I saw the picture of him when he signed to annex, T was going around the Internet this week when he had like a different beard in gray hair like he hadn't. He hadn't died as a minute. I think somebody's. Like somebody's in the bachelor trying to steal this push but yeah, he's not a young guy, but the, but he's, but he's like I think that the age works for him. I mean it doesn't even matter, but it so much it does. It works for him in the wait what you were talking about the slow burn of everything because. You look at Keith Lee especially compared to some of the other dudes in annexed T and. You would think. And wwe they might just push him as a monster. Right that he's like that. He that he's sizes. The Gimmick almost you know, and even that ability is is the gimmick, but the way that they've slow burned it and listen I'm skeptical of the slow. Burn coming at NFC as anybody else in the world I mean you feel like you say that with a little bit of trepidation, because it's almost like if they're not straddling the rocket to your back, sometimes, it's a recipe that they're you know the one hundred percent behind you, but this feels like a confidence. Slow burn as you described and I read some some naysayers online that were like. That were saying that he should have squashed Adam Cole because he's so much bigger to actually made him look weak to not be able to kill Adam Cole and Adam Cole. It's a whole different size another own another discussion, but I actually liked the fact that they're building him.
"rap lake" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions
"Straight on so yeah so I was born in eighty nine. And you know my parents are doing that thing you know so on so I lived out there and I my older brother out two older brothers. My oldest brother didn't he wants to Inglewood high but the one that's older than me. He lives in New York now. he wants to Calabasas high and I went to Calabasas high too and now yet is the. There's more black people there but back then like he graduated in two thousand. I graduated in two thousand seven so even back then like we were there and I wanna say it's a rare but like yet were there in the around us. Is You know white people in this other type of people there were mainly you know why people that are there and so I think like the first time I like a like a white girlfriend I think middle school and I guess that's like one you can call like real because it was more than like a couple months but one that I actually got serious within there and brought home and met my mom and my parents and everything I was in high school. And you know there if it's not like they had a problem with The ones that I've dated like their parents who never really had a problem with it. I haven't you know I'm blessed to not how to experience that but in the outside world. Yeah I've experienced shit like cops and I can remember fucking book about Dumb Shit. You know like not dumb shit like Shit. That has happened to me. You know like for quick example like there was this one check. I was seeing and yes. She's she was wide and I was driving and on. Pch In I'm driving back and then I get pulled over right before I get into paying a candy to head back towards you know Calabasas and Coppell's me over and he separates both of us in it starts asking me questions and You know he's asking her like if she's okay like if we're seeing each other in this in this and that that he's like if I if I. She told me that like if she's been held for some reason if something went wrong and he's asking me like where I'm going like who she is. How do we know each other where I get my car? This and this and that you know and that's just a mild story like I have stories but that's just a mile thing you know what I mean. So how about besides I as far as what my parents and people looks you know. I've got a little bit. People are always looking depending on the area that you're you know but as far as like parents and the other person's pants like having a problem with me. I haven't really seen that experience that do you. Do you think that like I duNNo. I guess because you've had experience have you. Do you have type? No no and say appetite like I'm GonNa say I'M NOT GONNA lie with listening to you though bringing up the you were you know in Calabasas and so. I'm sure you're kind of a product of your environment. Which is something we like to use. A lot of people like me the schools that I went to majority black my almost my entire light which is probably why. I've never had any sort of crush or interaction or relationship with the white man because that wasn't what I grew up around. I always grew up around. You know exactly Black People. That was my. That was my environment. That was my family because I didn't even hang up you know. I didn't even hang around whiteside that much because like I said. My Mom's failed to really partake in our upbringing. So to me I would say my type or the people I day is kind of just a product of my environment. Where I it makes sense where you don't kind of see see it as I'm dating white girls and not black girls. I think my question to you is Which is I think when we sent the issue of interracial dating where a black man goes after what woman is when they undermine why they don't like black women now so my question to you having a data. Yeah Yeah like it's funny Before me and Jasmine had you know before. Me and jasmine were talking before we met Actually was dating one like for a year and a half you know and is not the first time you know and The first time so I'm trying to remember the questions you know asking. Oh about your family and friends and stuff and they didn't think it was weird even though they didn't see it as I'm in and I'm not saying that's interesting that right before you dated. Her black women did you. Did you have any reaction like from your acts where it was like? Okay well you married her benign any feelings from the Black Women. You've dated where they felt like. Oh okay. We'll go not just from like because like I said it wasn't just it wasn't just one or two But the one like right before which is going on talking about Yes she obviously has something to say and that doesn't have anything to do with her being white or black. Whatever you know what I mean has just to do with the timing of things but you know lanes while I'm working out between me and earned everything school you know and it's not like on bad terms is just you know. I like I said I really don't have a type. I'm just more people person did you. Did you have some Some feedback from people. Like you know you you you put your relationship on TV. And of course. I know that could be hard because like you already have everybody jumping in and telling you how to run your relationship. Did you have people go on there? I had one thing about you that I was like someone was like. Oh of course he he would be the one data white girl. Did you do you ever? Did you hear see stuff like that where people were like? Well he's the type data white girl did you. How did you feel about reading things like that about your interracial relationship on loan? Hold on one SEC. This bill Like I said I I got on the show and we did it. You Know Jackson was a fan fan of the soul in you know and from the way that they pitched it to us and told us everything and how we were going to do it. You know I didn't mind you know I didn't mind how you know being on the show and putting it out there and stuff and now that I see that it is and slow bit different is a little bit different from what actually happens So when it comes to people telling me about my relationship number one like I said I've lived. I was living in the valley and being around that for in dated like different white women. And you know you have haven't had anything encounter but if somebody did you know it's not really get to me so now is just people that like actually don't even know me that actually haven't even seen me. Inner judging from edited version of me. You know what I mean not like a real to me. I guess my my my question to you now that you're open to critique of for being on TV show in actually having just the world give all of their unsolicited opinions on your relationship. Do you feel like you're getting more slack for being a black mandating a white woman or do you think that she gets more slack for being a white woman choosing today's Black Man Our say like Shit I would say like maybe her because okay because the whole fact that she's from over from finless he's not from here. You know what I mean. The whole. She's doing because she's a green card and the fact that it's interracial so it's like really you know like when they talk about that it's always the green car to you know what I mean. You know that that Kinda gets exhausting with tune in our. Let's be real here like she's a she's a she's a pretty girl so like. I feel a little different. Like when we're watching unlike NEAT Nigerian instance. You know when you when you have two people that are the same age and they're attractive. You can understand in connect with them. Where but I hear you saying I am curious and like I said She was a fan of it and And and the whole edit and how everything came out. Yeah it's messed up and we kinda tuned it out. I'm not gonNA say that we didn't pay attention to like. No we did like when things came out air and stuff like we pay attention to you know where people have said in our but I would try to make sure that she will go to work and do my thing. I'm trying to make sure that she's not here. Just looking at read it and seeing all that Shit. Because they're going to be crazy to give me brutal. You know what I mean but I don't think that you guys actually looked too bad. The only thing that I thought made it look bad and I wanna ask you about was with with your mom. There's the scene where his mom? Where are you guys island? Haiti MOMS Haitian so his mom's making some kind of food. I don't know what it was never. And she's chopping up every onion every pepper all of it and she's like Oh my God right jazz and I'm curious to know like how cultural differences for people that are listening. That are maybe interested in dating outside of their race. And things like that like has that been like hard for you because for me when. I date European guys I always feel like Oh my God. This is hard like missing something whether it's a relation to hip hop in Chas said. Don't really like rap. Lake that Lazlo like I said that the whole edit the whole fuck man that whole edit is just. It's Jack because when she when she when she is doing her thing she's she's working out she listens to a little. Make Nikki Munoz and some round here and there. And she doesn't think so it's not like oh I don't like rap. And then when they and then when they say the salt and pepper thing like she was talking about like her workout food that she eats like when it's like a meal you know what I mean not like what she eats on a daily basis so at throws you off so So you know. Does she eat the pig? All go fuck that shit is I. Don't care if it spikes because we gotta ask play Colin Blakely so this spaghetti that she makes this she sweatsuits again. I'm so glad that you're Haitian tell. You have had the Haitian Spaghetti with the hotdogs and look. I know you're getting the year. Of course of course chopped up links with jazz on this one and say. I'll eat. She eats. She eats all of it. So the cultural difference things like she hasn't really we haven't really had a problem with it and I as far as food wise. You know what I mean she. It's real easy to eat like. Sometimes it's mainly like me now when we go out and get something to eat you know she's now for anything As far as like you know like like you were saying the hypothesis music stuff like some things like yeah like sometimes I get into my real trap stuff you know what I mean is. She is she. She says she's over but a common though like I remember there was a guy that came over and he was Dominican. He was mixed but he was mixed with Dominican and he put on. Reagan and I was not feeling. This is an English speaking household. Cleveland was not here like I mean. I'm just not interested in. I don't think I would feel offended. Or if anyone said they didn't want to listen to me gay..
"rap lake" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Theo. He's like to like just garbage shit like that. So all right coming up this whole I like that Larry. Field think is incredibly sinister like they. They're they're seeing is a recruit visual recreation of the worst. Seen the Michael shared with you of the wife and husband since standing in front of the mirror like he's doing that with who thinks he has armed Arou- type tied. They're both facing the mirror. Oh fucking garden because all these shows so fucking Dr Singer probably produced it. Holy Shit relationship develops the teaser for next on. Never asked you to become a part of my life. Do Jews liked you all right so like yeah so after that there are a lot of their like four scenes I could say contend for the worst seen in this is the last of those is so during the funeral scene. We find out. Jj is a trans boy and this isn't done with like zero fucking care for Trans People. It's not that they think this is interesting character. It's not like Oh we're GONNA like we're GonNa talk about like how family would would take on like the challenge enjoy of this. It's just like The grandma makes makes them wear a dress and then every character gives a speech about why she shouldn't have and it's just like it just a waiver. The writers show this now like every identity is just a fucking prop. Yeah so fucking insulting so God. They're fucking insulted. He's so fucking insulting and then when we find out what their their special identity is quote unquote. That's all they are and will ever be like. That's the end of their trajectory as a character. It's like so gross. And I see him as a specially offensive to me because that was the mom from freaks. Geeks use what a fucking misuse of an amazing like you like. She didn't have to do that. Like oh right and then right and JJ gives a like a like a really gross speech. He's like it's okay grandma. I know you're from a different generation and you just don't understand like I mean their reactions. It's like they have to be good for us to to want to follow their plotline or something like that. Right exactly exactly. No one on this show has your grandmother. Miss `gendering you and making you do like one of your own fucking father's funeral in front of your entire fucking family but because the writers have to show that you're morally ever display any rage because this is the dirtiest thing you can just. Yes any anger folk and discomfort. You have to be Jesus Christ all. That's what every normal person do. The normal person has to be to have any rights. Yeah forbid they angrily demand the human dignity to which they're entitled to. Yes absolutely yet right. It's like right the I'm like generic Craig t Nelson didn't give the give. Jj permission describe in the parking lot so instead he's just going to be politely compliant and go along with it and he looks terrible. I know what was happening. I thought it was like she was dressing him. For like some kind of communion lingers it was poorly again horribly done horribly introduced horribly fucking everything. Yeah but this was just like the other seeds are horrible because they're poorly written and poorly executed. This is horrible because it's like insulting yes so like a lot of people and JJ is a very unpleasant character and like nothing to do with his identity because the writers bad yes like. He's always like you know in weird places in the house like kids like like in a funky position on the land or whatever you know like just yucky stuff and then and right and then it's like oh you hated him. Well he's really wonderful kid. Who's you know dealing like in a extremely like perfect way with being tran? Like so you suck. It's like am so Louis in the awful end this awful awful pilot Louis gets master married to her cancer home with the help of Soya luminosity They do their wedding. I guess we flash forward five years. Oh three months later and just like you. I was thinking she was like fifteen. Because the DAD said you know. I'm worried about this relationship. Oh my God wait. We didn't talk about the song that they sing together when they first met like holy. Fuck I literally. I think I like I blacked out that boy. Please please look under the okay and this is like this is so racist. I don't even know what I mean. But it's like raising like you with a half to like I don't even know I mean it's like okay. They're standing against a brick wall and he spontaneously begins and he's done a graffiti of a crab I think corporate graffiti that he voluntarily did for free on the and then I don't I can't even it's like my mind couldn't even make sense of what I was seeing like. I think this is supposed to be a realistic show. You know. They're trying to make it realistic. He but just spontaneously begins to kind of do a kid rock style rap lake then. She joins in and finishes out the rap. And I think that's when the dad becomes a like concerned about her future because they're doing street stuff like like it's like this we're like I mean they're they're song is like something that would be on sesame street like that's like the kind of tone of it like there in front of this fake brick kind of suburban. St Style Brick Wall. And they're doing like A. I don't know what the RAP is. I was too mortified till this into the words of it but I think it was something like hey girl I mean to you girl you in to be like something a little bit like that. And she's like hey brother happy to see that you are into be like it was that. Yes yes it was that fucking shitty. It was. Yeah it was like nine thousand nine hundred eighty three yes. Yeah and they were both doing blue slake right and I don't know that this show that the I don't know that they're not maybe not from the community or something but the everyone like accepts anyway and that was right before the conversation that she had with the dad where she was like. Did I ruin your life? Dad like you would have ruined his life. Who saw what just happened. I Yeah I can't believe I forgot about that. Actually I know. You can't keeping your. Hey Boa okay. So wait the whole. The reason I brought up team was she said to the dad after that. You know I kissed a guy and you flip like so. It's like to me that you know it's not like she's sleeping with him she just doing like urban smile talk with them and that was what was in the script like when they're blocking you know they were like Louis in the guide urban styles. Mating Ritual Romanticism. It's exotic all white writer's room completely. You're right it was like urban style. Bathing ritual completely. Yes Oh God that was so if I went in the end the dad walked in on them. Doing it right. Oh God oh my God. I am really glad you remember that because that like ads so much subtext like I ruined your life like you introduce urban family. Is that what we're supposed to read it like we have you stand five hundred feet back from the family at all? Social Christ so when she was like I kissed I watched the big deal that made me think this girl is fifteen years old but yeah but she gets married. I think about three months after. That seem so. She's a twenty one. Yes yes fuck God damn it's assaults. Yeah that's a great idea for marriage. You just known this guy for like five months you get buried just out of grief right fucking great. I like there's a lot of contempt for normal people and the people who via the show but that is probably the biggest. That's like very subtly the biggest. Fuck Yo because it's like if you the message of this show and the message of Li all these shows and all this kind of culture this coal to positively. Yes is that it's absolutely filthy and discussing the feel any anger at the site of the world. Any ambient shitty this feel. It's odd that you live in a country where people fucking kill themselves because they they can't afford health care that you murder suicides has his wife. They're afraid they'll be burdens on their family that we did that. We fund terrorists militias all over the world in destablize. Anything good that happens just this. There's this constant baseline of unfairness in evil and that. It seems like nothing really seems to get better on a macro scale lake. If you feel bad that you haven't done enough self care that you're not you're not grateful enough of your friends and family and yes that's right. You're not smiling like sitting slightly back at family functions just like taking it all in smiley like a Boron Lake Right. You need to spend more time doing that. Like doing Hashtag gratitude at your family functions. Yeah and it's literally like Scott. It's like no no. Don't worry if you can't afford it literally. The mother leaves no explained. Reason like just have a kid. Let's continue this empire. Keep growing the tax base. Even though you can't afford to you'll figure it out so you love your family right you fucking piece of shit. Yes that's right. We have to cobble together. These like the only people we know to help raise this child and you know what happens after a year like. What's this woman supposed to do like this is horrible? It's one of the most catastrophic things that could happen to somebody if this real but because it's one of these shows it's like not great now you have more opportunity for gratitude like God. Look you suck you like the people who fucking right. This show. Don't raise their army with a staff of twelve. Like yeah you yeah I mean who is cleaning that match like like? I struggle very very much to clean. Our apartment has like two rooms in it. Like I don't like you know who's doing that. Yeah this is this was. I was happy to go back to this US after this. I'm going to START GONNA be going back to wreak. Having this is US next week we ended up doing a lot of time on this. Just because it's so fucking repellent. It's the worst one of these I've ever seen. I would doubt they would really have to like really grind to make some shittier than this. This really really was bad. Yeah and the wedding scene was repulsive like that looked like a some kind of medication commercial to it was like a kind of anthropology like setting thing really really grows. Oh my God yeah. It was like a pinterest. Yes only leading the whole aesthetic of this very pinterest. The whole thing. Yeah so yeah. The wedding ends. They get married. Luli gives like Eurasian about how her family so great but yeah this USO..
"rap lake" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"It was one of my some of my loans not many crimes yeah meet me play that for me back in December when I interviewed him and the line he says you're the first person made me feel like I could die he is not lie all right I said nearly alone when it comes to do is a legacy mac Philly Alex had an amazing night last night she actually swept off four of the major categories and he's only the second artist in Grammy history to do that she's the first woman to do that to take home the big four awards at the album record a song of the year and best new artist the first artist ever do that with thirty nine years ago and that was Christopher cross local grass doesn't youngest album of the year winner in Grammy history she's only eighteen years old yeah now she went on stage revelling a couple to write a if we do so yeah yes all right now for this year while she was on stage she was as saying that she did get album of the year but she felt like someone else deserved it can I just say that I think Arianna deserves thank you nice got me through some and I think it deserves like more than anything in the world I love you so much I'm not going to waste your time I'm really not I love you thank you for this so she's into grams got a wrong per per usual I understand this is a pretty big guide is there my daughter loves of this you're going to know that they'll do the same thing with when she when I'm years you may I should one lemonade I'll listen I have heard you wanted so I can pull it Billy Alistair one Arianna Grande would win but if I artist gets up there and say what Yeltsin one that let me know that maybe somebody got to be humble right in like a lot of kids a lot of people like Billy Alistair yes I have left up article yet you're going to love Billy I write I write what you want to see the already music fest last year I remember all right what that is is your room a report I mean it's really you why wouldn't Grammys get somebody who loves to pop culture I don't think a prisoner should reflect the category you know I mean LL didn't write no delays now something you should get a prisoner that reflects the category this year at all going out to do a hip hop and rap lake and then you wonder when things like this happen come on man that he should think Alex face they they came up special moment Khalid yes moment like in this respect for us your money but when a Grammy in a like DJ Khalid knowing that is a whole nother cleaned out their real for a minute ago this might not know that Hey Grammys is simple does get presented to reflect the category little baby just chuckled when it came in when I or or or all right well when we come back we a front page news we talk about you yeah you know we are going to continue to discuss Kobe Bryant and the unfortunate helicopter crash his daughter Gigi also the other people who were traveling in the private helicopter will give you information and of course would tell you some of the touching tribute that people wrote a video tapes and what everyone had to say alright we'll get into that next keep it locked at the breakfast club morning the P. R. if it meets the one New York station right being you know life and to me show me the.
"rap lake" Discussed on Plz Advise
"Like, you can they throw money into her music videos, in a way that people don't they that was like a standard Britney Spears video back in the day was like everyone would just make videos. Sorry. Like they went out of the way to get the accuracy of like little like, what do you call those like props? Yeah. Like props. We're really, and they she did like some cute things. Like, I don't know if you saw this. But like her legal books in the legally blonde seen we're about stop and frisk besiegers, and like laws, and like I like her I think she's really thought. And I think that you know, I mean, I think it's great like I was, but that's you know, like, I was excited for it to come out. Like, I can't remember the last time it was decided about video dropping. Other earned every as forty three million views. It's been twenty four hours since it's been exactly twenty four hours and forty four minutes since the video came out yesterday is over forty three million views that's at a record or no she liked tore up. And thank you next set a record. And by the way, I don't know if you guys know this by the plan like I have nothing to say about this. I know. But I I will like cut it off after this. I had no idea that this was her first number one single. I didn't know that either. Really isn't that like 'cause you would assume it lying? She's five. So it's been really lately in the music industry has been really hard for women singers to like break break into the charge like that. So like Cardi B's kind of been this amazing. Yeah option, but there's a reason why like last year or the last couple years so many of the Grammy award nominees have been heavily male. And it's it's something weird going on in the culture or something. I think because what's popular right now is like rap rap is a huge right now. And that's like the dominate culture. Like pop is not really having a moment female to be honest Clarice. I just there's not like that many male vocalist. I'm like super super into. EDM and a lot of like beat base stuff like selling. It's like Justin Bieber like where are you now or you know, like shit like that that is what traffic? Yeah. That's what stays at the top for a long time or like big rob songs. But I mean, I just can't believe the shit big song. I love that. I'm shocked that her first single wasn't a number one you to you know, I have noticed though, it is about always about how the record label chooses to lay out a promotion and one thing I've noticed in all of this is that Nikki Monagas record label has fucked her at every turn because she had the same release same time Travis. But then also like she she an aria really good, friends and her video was released. I think dayers could've put saying on. Instead, she put her name on it. Right. Exactly. And so I just like I think that's really like I read a really interesting article about this the other day, and it was from. Kind of. I think it was like via D-Notice cupcake female so cupcake was saying that like it's really hard for the mom sees to like really because record companies typically this is so eroneous. But like, I don't know how even came to this conclusion but record companies typically view females hyper expensive because of quote, unquote, sure makeup wardrobe and every especially in rap lake is always a big presentation. He should but they were seeing that actually a lot of the male rappers when it comes to wardrobe and spending a lot of money. She fend all that stuff. Goes looks expensive. They're very expensive. She was just I think I think the article was just basically saying that you know, it really is a misrepresentation and a misperception that it shouldn't it shouldn't be more expensive to market if you rapper and it or female MC or whatever because males are equally expensive..
"rap lake" Discussed on Van Lathan's The Red Pill
"Your little bit and get you centered where you do your best. He. Yeah, yeah. But also it's like. Of a big part of like about, he helps me helps me understand, heals me understand because. This is the thing about being an actor. Sometimes you do a scene and you're like, man, I killed that shit. And then you look at it later and you're like, man, that was terrible. Yep. And sometimes you're like, that was fucking awful, like butchered that, and then you watch any like holy shit, that was phenomenal. So you never know for sure how you did. You know what I mean? You never know for sure. All right. Oftentimes. If you feel away, like if you feel like frantic or like scared or whatever, sometimes that's good because it'll translate in a way that you can't understand, but that's going to work perfectly for the scene. They make something that that gives it like the full three dimensions of like the human aspect of some. Very. 'cause if you're an actor going through something as you're shooting some that's going to appear, you know, can know, can tell it's going to Pierce someone going through some which is exactly what it should. Do. You know what I mean? So he helps me understand things like that. I mean your your brother Colin actors. Well, very good, very good actor. What relationship with him like you guys ever trade notes on acting and stuff like that? I was just with him yesterday. Yeah, and he's I two nieces. He's got two daughters. Great wife, family. I was there yesterday and we me and him talk like. We don't talk so much about like the craft, but we talk about like the business like the game because he's going. She has gone through already. What I'm going through of just not not just having not not just navigating the game as it is in the business as it is, but just also navigating it with that. You know what I'm saying of being, you know what I mean? Like being the son of my dad and just how the the the way that that plays into things. You know what I'm saying? He's been through all that. So me and him talk about probably a lot for you guys to kinda share notes on and stuff like that. Yeah, I wanna I wanna with swagger them from, we'd like to, you know what I'm saying? Like you wrapping you our earth UN empire. It seems like you embrace the culture. The mean like, where, where did you sorta kinda? You know what? It could use wrapping and stuff like that. Where did the love for hip hop. Culture and the love all that with that come in like because you grew up in the Palisades. And so I would assume that is not a lot of culture. You know what I'm saying? So where would when it all all that sort of come from winning when I listened in the rap wanting the rat like where did all originate? Well, if you really think about it, like I'm a nineties baby. Dumi like I was born in nineteen ninety two golden age. Yeah, I'm yeah, I'm a nineties baby. You know what I mean? Like. So you know what I mean? Like that is the culture. It's not just black culture or urban culture like for like much generation. It's the culture, no saying like there was a time when it was like, you know, like the urban culture than like, you know what I mean? Like like rock music everything. And they're like urban culture was like a subculture, but we're like, we're twenty eighteen. Culture like the migos like there was called culture for a reason. I mean, it's not urban culture, a culture, the culture, e predominant day. Yes, say come. That is really interesting because a lot of people aren't even understanding how powerful it is. True. That is. Yeah, and it's not about it's. I it's beyond race or class or any that is just what moves and what doesn't as yeah, don't you think now agree. I mean for me, listen. For me is my thing. Like being a black man, you always wanna protect things that you feel like black people have originated and stuff like that. But you also have to understand when something has become mainstream. And the reality is that right now hip hop culture influences the world right is is the world like you can't be cool unless you can't be on unless you understand these things and know how to navigate these days, ending else's kind of corny at feel like this is the kind of first time with us really been true when you've really seen a wholesale deal. Now, you know, we still gotta do some more things in terms of ownership and understanding what having cultural power means because there's responsibility goes along with that. And as we mature we get right. But you know, that's I agree with you right now, you say, Where'd you pick it up? You like basically saying, I didn't pick it up. It picked me up. A girl Yana Sam. I, I grew up in America. In the nineties, who's your favorite rapper biggie. Biggie of all time. Big. And you grew up in LA. Yeah, and big you. Well, why? Why is big your favorite rapper? Because he, he has like there's he has the most like this. Nobody who has a better flow and big sin saying, you know what I mean? Like what he was made. He was born in doing. He was the greatest to ever touch the show just real quick. Just so listeners of the podcast, no Chet hangs yourself to not on. No, no, you're not gonna little. Sammy going. You're not going to lose them era, but now big, big, big born Rotman born arap voice has natural bat to it, like says, flow just flow like born rat born arap. So you you start wrapping, you became you became a rapper. You wrap like, when did you may decision that that's what you that you are so influenced by that you want to get on the mic and big when I was like I was like in college. I was like twenty. Twenty years old rapper? Yeah, trying to, you know what I'm saying? I was very naive. You know what I'm saying? I have had like a real passion for rap hip-hop there. You know what I mean? Like. I started writing my own rhymes. You know what I mean? And I was like, okay, this is what I want to do like, fuck it. And I always felt like like people are going to clown me so hard for like being Thomas on trying to wrap. You know what I mean? I was like, fuck it. You know what I'm saying? And here's the thing I was naive because I didn't understand like what was going to happen. I was just like, I'm a put out music. Like I'm gonna start like wrapping I didn't expect it was going to like, like make national news anyone fucking care, not an expect. It was going to like, yeah, exactly. Expect except like people that knew me like I didn't expect it was going to be like, go viral. I mean, and the thing is like those are like the first wraps I ever wrote what I'm saying like those are the first wraps I ever wrote everybody when they first start sucks. Right. And I'm saying, that sucks, you know saying, but so like the my first steps like out, like of like, I'm like wrapping, we're like my earliest. Shit and it sucked. You know what I'm saying? Like nobody that doesn't happen people because they don't start getting noticed until they're good. I got noticed when I was still really shitty. Normally is actually made a good point. You take somebody actually spent five us to be like healed his out of their master crafts. You don't stand. So I was like, playing, catch up. You know what I'm saying? And I took a long. I stopped for a long time when once I got sober for a long time because I was just focusing on that, you know, just focusing on staying sober, but now I'm putting out new music with a group and it's like it's not like it's not like the stuff that I put out before was like like that that was like right at the same time that like all like the white boy rappers like started popping up like MGK and MAC, Miller, you what I mean? So that's the way Laura? Yeah, that's that. When I started putting on music, that was like that was the time, like two thousand ten. I mean, and it was like I was like on some like white boy, like frat rap lakes, shit like that. The should I'm putting out now is not like that at all. It's very musical. It's like I have good tars drums, bass like, but also like with like eight awaits like trap sounds and just got away here, but everyone really needs to check that out. I will. I want to ask you about something that had to do to wrap career. When I first heard of you heard of you because of the whole inward stuff to maybe. I remember Hanks was defiantly saying the inward and he was holding onto them. Tom Hanks son wants to say the n word, you try to the whole thing. What are your feelings on that now and did do you understand? Because you say hip hop culture is your culture. Do you understand why that bothers us? I'm glad you ask you this. I'm glad that you asked me.