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Fresh update on "rudolph" discussed on Dana Loesch
"Reindeer used to laugh and call him names. They never let poor Rudolph join in and Reindeer games. Then one foggy Christmas. See Saturn cane to say, Rudolph with your nose so bright Won't you guide my sleigh to mine, then how the reindeer loved him as the shot it out with tweezers. Rudolph the red Nosed reindeer. You go down in his story..
Can Donald Trump pre-pardon his own children?
"White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany says the only name she's heard when it comes to pardons is former national security adviser Michael Flynn. She was asked today about that New York Times report. The President Trump has been discussing the possibility of preemptive pardons for his adult Children, Donald Jr. Ivanka and Eric, as well as Ivanka's husband and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner. Mr Trump's personal attorney, Rudolph Giuliani, says the Times piece is false.
Building a Stellar In-House Marketing Team with Audioburst's VP Marketing Ari Applbaum - burst 02
"No data we trust and looking how to measure but I do think in in marketing wage some times get tough to measure is that in some things maybe audio even and then you could because it's as well but there's some human components to it. So, you know, how do you say You're All About Numbers all the time. Sometimes you do lose that art form of eye condition. So it's like you kind of almost have to trust in the in the good the good job of marketing and just hope for the notes. That's really that's really important. And I think that one way to to measure the that that you can measure is ask ask your employees, right? So I'm always give any place when they come back from a conference. Okay. Did you feel a difference in how people did people know about the company did they react differently and if you measure and take notes over time, you can
Building a Stellar In-House Marketing Team with Audioburst's VP Marketing Ari Applbaum - burst 02
"Off but how can you know for for any of the marketers listening out there who are in corporate perhaps, can you share a little bit about what they can learn from start-ups because you have this very interesting experience going from the startup world to corporate and then back to start up and maybe even vice versa. Like is it is it the same mentality? Is it the same mindset and what can we learn from one another game? Yeah, that's that's interesting. You know, I'm I'm no growth hacker. I started in PR but I quickly adopted some of the thinking of growth hackers, you know interestingly. If you if you look at Google Trends and search for things like making things viral growth hacking there was a spike in around 20 14 15 16 something around then home and everybody, you know, I remember at agencies constantly clients saying, okay. What's the trick? Right? What's the shortcut? How are we going to hack this? How are you to make this go viral that's stopping Executives clients. I think they're understanding that there's this element of luck that can't always be replicated in these, you know, one-off success stories of companies that skyrocketed in a month and there's this girl maturity of late that yes, you have to use the latest tools, right? You have to test you shouldn't plan for months. You should you should try, you know, trial and error take the agile approach to marketing job. And definitely start marketing from day one, right? So it's done gone are the days where you develop a product and then when you're ready to sell you start marketing it marketing has to start from the very beginning that needs to be a feedback loop and I think most people get that and they don't expect miracles. They expect hard work that will get shortcuts. So how that ties into your question is I think that today is the mindset of both
What do we know about Joe Bidens cabinet?
"Us president donald trump was never going to react to losing the two thousand and twenty election gracefully us. President donald trump has never reacted to anything gracefully as we go to air trump continues to insist that he's crack. Legal team are going to unveil conclusive evidence of monstrous voter fraud any day. Now although on current form trump's personal attorney rudolph giuliani clearly. Clearly voter fraud easily. Provable seems just as likely to unveil the heron he has appointed his deputy however earlier this week trump or whoever priced his sweaty phone from his. Tony hands grudgingly tweeted that the us general services administration the body which oversees presidential transitions should do what needs to be done. This will make life somewhat. Easier for president elect joe biden. Who will now have access to government funding office space senior officials and intelligence briefings among other things. It also means that he can name his cabinet with increasing confidence. Very possibly because president-elect biden has wanted to emphasize legitimacy in the face of the incumbents ongoing tantrum vis-a-vis the election results. We've learned a lot quite early about the administration. He intends to lead from january twentieth. Is a team that will keep our country and our people safe and secure. It's a team that reflects the fact that america is back ready to lead the world not retreat from it once again. Sit at the head of the table. We will come presently to who. And what is in biden's cabinet but at least as significant things being as they recently have been is who and what is not biden has not at least as of this broadcast awarded any government position to any obvious crooks crepes clowns ding bats. Yahoos griffis spivs cracks. He's own ghastly children or they idiot husbands but wild president-elect biden does have the advantage of a low bar to climb over. It doesn't mean that he's choices are excused scrutiny especially those pertaining to foreign policy on the grounds that. Us foreign policy often has a way of becoming of the people's domestic reality president. Trump's first secretary of state was to put it charitably unorthodox unorthodox choice. I'm not here to represent the united states government's interest. I'm not here to to did norm. Norma here to criticize it. That's that's not what i do. I'm businessman. Rex tillerson a career oil. Baron wants personally awarded. Russia's order a friendship medal by president vladimir putin president-elect to biden could scarcely have made a moral docs pick as america's top diplomat. And that's where the men and women of the state department foreign service officers civil service. That's where they come in. I've witnessed their passion their energy their courage up close. Antony blinken is a career foreign policy. Boffin who served as deputy secretary of state and deputy national security adviser during the presidency of barack obama with national security advisor trump also tried to be a bit left field. He named lieutenant. General mcmaster a serving soldier and actually not a ridiculous choice. Mcmaster is a smart serious and sensible man and all of those reasons fell out with trump. who replaced him with incorrigible. Neo-con head banger. John bolton who only looksmart serious and sensible when standing next to donald trump but this arrangement proved unworkable. Good to everyone. I'm paul affairs. We are coming on the air right now with our breaking news just moments ago. President trump tweeting that he has asked his national security adviser. John bolton to resign. Joe biden has named jake sullivan. I pledge to you. And to the american people that i will work relentlessly in service of the mission you have given us to keep our country and our people safe to advance our national interests and to defend our values who was the president-elect's national security adviser when the president-elect was vice president he also helped negotiate the nuclear deal with iran from which trump famously flounced trump's first. Us ambassador to the united nations was not a completely absurd choice former south carolina governor nikki. Haley he's second ambassador to the. Un was a completely absurd choice. Prodigious republican donut kelly craft. It could actually have been worse. Trump wanted to appoint his daughter. Ivanka but griped that he would be accused of nepotism. I've heard i've already vodka. I've heard how good woody vodka the people that know. There's nothing to do with nepotism. But i want to tell you the people that know no that evacuate would be dynamite about You know then. Be accused of nepotism if you can believe it right. This was accurate in as much as demanding money from bank tellers. Gunpoint can lead one to be accused of armed robbery. I want to say to you. America is back. multi-lateralism is back. Diplomacy is back.
Michael B. Jordan Is People's Sexiest Man Alive
"Heating up on daily pop today. We have some major. Hollywood feuds to talk about the first shall we start with something. A little sexy feud about that hunting not okay. Michael jordan was just named sexiest man. Alive i feel like i've been waiting for this wherever let's put it that cover. That's what i'm talking about looking good good choice. I think i called this a couple of years ago. I thought he was going to a couple of years ago. So it's taken some time but we'll finally got it by the way the nation the world america is divided on a lot of things right now. This is one thing that we can all agree on. Give this man the cover. And as dr fauci of sexy man. You don't have fifteen years experience in this situation. I have actually been right for out of the five times guessing. The cover blake shelton through america for. I think that by google jordan was the perfect choice. There was no one else again. It to true true definitely deserving of it and it's so funny How he found out the big reveal for this issue happened last night on. Abc's jimmy kimmel live. Michael said he was driving with a friend when he got the call from his publicist and manager. What on speakerphone. Who you with With bryce he's like okay rice's family he can. No i said okay. Cool because they keep this thing super under lock and key and they told me the news and it was like it was a moment like really did bryce immediately start making fun of you or did he wait at least wait until they hung up the phone and then he immediately started cracking jokes. Sexiest man is like that's cool to everybody else. Anybody really knows you. That's just like just another way they can give jabs. Oh yeah. I can totally see that Do you think celebs secretly love getting this more. They find it embarrassing. Listen i think first of all. I think the way he described it as perfectly. I think it's it's an honor. It's obviously something that's been going on for many years. Definitely not something. That's negative. But i think that when people know you intimately know all of your sides how awkward and dorky and goofy you can be and then you get sexiest man alive. I'm sure that your give you our time about it. Of course yeah i mean. It's a lot of pressure. A lot of pressure like for a year. You can't miss a leg day. You can't be caught eating a car. Those shirtless photos. Better be on point. Because i think people are going to hold you to that standard. It's almost like that. Vanity fair like he would issue if you're the girl who doesn't make it to the next level on that cover people going to be like what happened to her. You know i remember. Blake shelton talking about this. Whenever he won he's like it. Opens up the door for everybody to argue. Why you're not maybe the sexiest man. And there is a hard argument. Rudolph ow justin. Jesus is sexy. I think blake shelton sexy. He's got his his country going on. Yeah exactly
Rudolph, Santa figures soar to sale of $368,000 at auction
"It was an auction for lovers of the holiday season. Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer, a buyer shouted with glee at the prospect of owning the Rudolph and Santa Claus figures used to make the 1964 Christmas special. Rudolph the Red nose reindeer.
Ben Roethlisberger Leaves The Game With A Knee Injury, Expected To Return
"Steelers. Beat the cowboys. Twenty four nineteen outscore. Dallas fifteen nothing in the fourth big bend three. Oh six three touchdowns. He left the game late in the second quarter. Then the steelers had an interception and mason rudolph came on. We found out afterwards. What ben was fighting through. So we we'll head and again looked at doctor. Wanted me to keep them updated. The second half so i was just keeping a loose even more.
Election observer says no evidence for Trump's fraud claims
"That the president has articulated baseless allegations of fraud for four years. Now. This is part of his challenge. Brian. Because when you have not produced any evidence of fraud for four years, yet you continue to perpetrate that lie. To the American people, And in fact, you even had a commission. To investigate voter fraud led by a sick of fan. Kris Kobach from Kansas. Who is an extreme right wing conservative, and even he couldn't come to the conclusion that there was any fraud and that commission was disbanded. A lot of people forgot about that, cause it feels like it was 20 years ago. You know, because we're dealing with, you know time in a different way during the Trump administration. It's hard now for us to take you seriously when you tried out some random poll watcher Whose credibility is being vouched for by Rudolph Giuliani. I'm just being straight as I possibly can with you, Brian. But and so So you know what we'll we'll see what's presented in the public domain. A court of law will ultimately decide, but there's no reason that I think anyone in the biting campaign is concerned. What takes these allegations seriously? I'm going to follow up on this one more time because it's not just one random poll worker. I don't think here's one more sound bite. This is Steven Bland, a chaplain for the Detroit Democratic Poll watchers. As I have. It's standing outside a pole counting site that was having drama yesterday. In Detroit about the limited number of ballot challengers allowed inside due to Cove it there We are in the process of wanting to get all the votes counted. The road to victory of any side is going to come through and Michigan through Detroit. And that was where the trump people were chanting stopped the votes. But apparently that clip came from someone, at least a cz. I have it. From my producer was a Democrat. So what's a fair standard? In your opinion for access toe? Have both parties view up close every paper ballot. What's the standard? Well, you know, I think I've been impressed by what I've seen in Fulton County, Georgia, with the mechanism in place where you know they have outside observers from both campaigns. And that when there are Contested ballots. You know, there's a process put in place where you've got some independent arbor tore On a combination of partisans. All having to evaluate the claims ballot by ballot. Now because of our system of federalism that exists. Different states. Have different approaches. So how these ballots are counted, and that part of you know the system that we have, and maybe there's an argument to be made that we need to make it more uniform. That involves the broader question of ST independence in the context of being the custodians of our elections. Pursuant to the United States Constitution and our understanding of our democracy as it evolved over the last 240 years. But I think as long as there are the capacity to observe, but most importantly, that partition ship has been taken out of the process and this independent determinations that are being made. The American people can feel comfortable that this election is being conducted fairly, and I've got to say that when you have record turnout I've been pleasantly surprised at how smoothly it's all gone. In all of these states. We should be proud of ourselves as a country and as a democracy, particularly given the fact that we know foreign actors led by Vladimir Putin and Russia have been working as hard as they can. To destabilize our democracy, and the American people have not allowed it to happen.
Farming Simulator is getting its own e-sports league
"Simulator lead keeps on rambling with three new sponsors for its third season. I'm a dreams and this is the Esports minute presented by E Sports Network. Yeah. You heard me right? It's the Farming Simulator league and it's exactly what it sounds like now entering its third season than Farming Simulator league is an actual a sport they compete at events like farmcon and agritechnica with a total price pulled over $250,000 for the third season of The League the FSM as it's known to fans of digital Farm speed running has welcomed three new sponsors and they aren't just some run-of-the-mill Brad's the developer. The game Giants software has welcomed on Intel Core Teva agriscience and not know until I imagine doesn't need an explanation. I think most gamers are probably familiar with the company Court Ava agriscience is an Agriculture and see company on the atrato is a provider of servers for Gamers Club. The best part is these are the overall event sponsors the actual teams all have their own sponsors as well including a bunch of leading agriculture and farming Brands John Deere Lindner and chrome return this year alongside defending Champions Trio board Wheel Systems. That's the name of the team. The team is called trelleborg Wheel Systems. They also welcomed on new Ross. I can't it's got some money. I'm trying not to laugh. This is legitimate. He's sport new rosters represented by voltra Manitou and Rudolph hormon. We'll all make their debuts in season three besides just being a funny part of these Sports industry. I think the FSL really highlights a key lesson four Brands, even if you don't think your brand or company fits neatly into the Esports and gaming worlds. There is always a way to build me a connection with the gaming audience. You just need to know where to look for partners. If more simulator base League start taking off. This could be a way to bring in a wide variety of brands in air travel Trucking down more if they want to connect with the Esports and gaming world.
Like Father, Like Son!
"It's time once again for America's favorite show, the radio adventures of Dr Fluid brought to you by Tech Floyd Dot Com this week starring Lesley Karrar Rudolph Chuck McCann as Dr Floyd's mother and father. We'll ask dot heroes they end returned to settle river city to the Floyd family home. They were summoned to the home by Dr Floyd's mother who had shocked the crew with the stunning news of the return of Dr Floyd's father. They were now standing at the front door of the house after just having knocked. Your. Putin. Putin Doug. Grant I'm in no mood. I'm blind mommy. Dr Grant is so good to see you. Brought your little puppy ships. Again to. What a good poppy speak come spray. She misses, Lloyd. Puppy hairs a puppy tree. Trust wonderful that your father is home. Sway Oh come on inside. Your father will be up from his nap soon he came all the way from the condos morning you know who he was Bush to. Feel show. You. Come on. He chips. Perpetually under the assumption that you're adult. Don't. Show neither need another one is biscuit shot into my speaker Snot. Thank you very much as our heroes go in to meet Dr Voids, let's check in on that evil mastermind Dr Steve Socks assistant featured who have just landed down the street from the Floyd family home. All right now here's the plan featured I put on this crudely-made deliveryman outfit. then. You're going to deliver this package to Dr Flowing. In when he reaches out for its, you'll push this button on the side. That's it. That's all you have to do. Really well, the box expands and captures anyone who's touching it in an escape proof prison on wheels. I. Got it from prisons in a box dot com. Really will then I will come and roll the prison back to the ship and take Dr Floyd back to my secret lair you will not be able to do anything after that point. Because, you'll be trapped in the box. Obviously look when you push the button, it's going to activate the box and whoever's touching. It gets trapped inside the prison that includes the person who pushed the button. Look. I don't have time to argue about this. We'll discuss it later when I, get you out of the box now get out there and put my pled into action. Dr Steve has enacted a bland to kidnap. Dr Floyd meanwhile are unsuspecting hero is currently sitting in the living room of his family home watching his mother's Pomeranian puppy Mr Bernie jains do. Say. Jay. Okay Comey. Yeah. The depth of his talent knows no bounds or after noon everyone. Your away. I feel like a million ducats and what a spectacular welcoming committee I have to welcome home. Hello there. Everyone I'm Dr Floor Jay Floyd senior. This is Dr Grant. It is a pleasure to meet you sir, the pleasures, all Puerto Laar. Out. Quite. A grip. You've got their Dr Floyd senior. Says Dr Grant Federal Puppy Chips yes I'm not actually a dog here. We treat. And where is my boy? Son Compare your father I'll gladly. Put me down no gene. Sudden Hey. I was just so excited to see you. That's all. It's been a while. Yeah long while. I'll get it you to keep talking book Florida I know I haven't been around a long time I'm sure you're upset about that but I wanNA make sure that we get caught up on this visit. All right. Really you mean. Shirt, do son I wanNA take it nice and slow I. Know You want every detail about how uncovered a lost city and hot a Condo when I'm done telling you about that in retirement for me head out on another adventure. Hey there's a crudely disguised delivery guy at the door with a package for Dr. Flowing As Mrs Floyd Dr Grant and chips into the kitchen to help make some lunch both Dr. Floyd and his father void senior head down the hallway to the front door. Both Dr Floyd's junior and senior reach out for the box. They touch it up the exact same moment and as they do the perplexed Fisher pushes the button on the side instantly engulfing the three of them in. Prison on wheels moments. Later, our villain Dr Steve is pushing the rolling prison down the street to ship. Can you hear me? Did we catch Dr Floyd? Father what do you mean father own wait? I, misunderstood you know it's not much farther. We're almost there in fact, steve is almost to a ship with our hero and his father diabolical plan could Dr Steve have in store for Dr Floyd. How will he react when he finds out that he not only has Dr Floyd Dr Floyd's father as well, and just how is bridget getting along with the doctors while trapped inside that box dishes figure. My good. Find out next time on the radio adventures Dr Flowing.
Rare Rudolph and Santa puppets from the beloved animated special are headed for auction
"Rudolph the red nosed reindeer and you have a fat wallet here is your can't the six inch tall version of the reindeer that was used to animate the 1964 special that Find its way onto TV every year at the auction house profiles in history selling the tiny route off along with the 11 Inch Santa that started the animated special expected to fetch anywhere from 400,000 bucks when they go up for auction. November. 13th just in time for Christmas. You've got America's first
Rare Rudolph and Santa puppets from the beloved animated special are headed for auction
"From TV's animated Christmas classic Rudolph the Red Nosed reindeer going up for auction. The collector Peter Literary. Oh, is parting ways with his six inch Rudolph an 11 Inch Santa used to film the original. 1964 TV special he bought about 15 years ago. They were prays for $10,000. Now they're expected to fit. Fetch up to $250,000.
Rudolph and his nose-so-bright into auction will take flight
"Animated special Rudolph The Red nosed reindeer will be up for sale to the highest bidder in a few weeks. Among them an 11 inch tall Santa with a beard made of yak hair. There's also a six inch tall Rudolph with the nose that's still lights up. And today they're expected Tio. I get more than 100 or together. Rather, they're expected to get more than 100 $50,000. The auction is going to take place here in Los Angeles, November 13th with the auction house profiles in history.
Los Angeles - California GOP Defends Use Of Unofficial Ballot Boxes
"California Republican Party has less than 24 hours before it has to remove all of the unauthorized ballot boxes. It put in place is mandated by the state government cease and desist order. The state GOP says it's now changing the label on their ballot boxes to say they are. Unofficial. Democratic lawyer Marc Elias says the GOP has broken the law. California law is clear about the chain of custody that needs to be maintained in order for Third party lawful about the collection should be undertaken and rogue efforts by the Republican Party to mislead voters by labeling them official is not cured by now mislabeling those some of those same drop off. Democratic congressman Harley Rudolph Newport Beach also warns there will be consequences to committing voting fraud. A person in charge of vote by mail ballot who knowingly And willingly engages in criminal acts related to that ballot, including but not limited to fraud, bribery, intimidation and tampering with it. For failing to deliver the ballot in a timely fashion is punishable by prison by imprisonment for 23 or four years. Now, state Republicans say they are considering expanding their use of unofficial ballots, saying that a 2016 state law in California allows a voter to designate any person they want to collect A completed about and return it. Election officials toe a voting center or a secure vote by mail. Drop box
Saturday Night Live recap: Bill Burr hosts, Jim Carrey plays the debate fly
"Live again last night Back live host Bill, Burr says. New York is bad. You see, Rick Moranis got sucker punched on the Upper West Side. New York is back, baby way for a minute. City started looking like a giant bed, bath and beyond, And then Ricky took one in the chops. The show's also took on on the the pence. pence. Harris Harris vice vice presidential presidential debates, debates, with with Beck Beck Bennett Bennett taking taking on on the the role role of of Pence. Pence. Maya Maya Rudolph Rudolph playing playing Paris Paris like like to to hear hear the the vice vice president's president's response, response, and and while while he he speaks speaks I'm I'm going going to to smile smile at him like I'm in a T. J. Maxx in a white lady asked me if I work here. Jim Carrey also returned to SNL. He played the fly that landed on Pence's head. Former
'SNL' returns to mock the presidential debate
"Saturday night live opened. Forty six season on Saturday evening with Alec Baldwin who was President Trump Jim Carey made his feature debut as Joe Biden people seem to love them. President trump has already introduced himself. So let's not welcome the Democratic candidate. Boo. Former vice president of the United States allegedly. And senator from. Delaware. Not even a real estate. Joe Biden. Mr Vice President it looks like you're ready to debate joe absolutely not. But I've got the beginning of forty six PM tastic ideas I may or may not have access to. Now, let's do this. Hold my bladder. Let's get at it. s just such a perfect trump but my rudolph, she was back as Kamala Harris both of you the stops right now. All right. You Look at me Donald you do not. Treat my joe like that. Nice point. Roy. Let my mother go to work. Show is hosted by Chris Rock did have a live audience of about two dozen masked first responders. This is how Chris Rock opened the show. Before. The elephant. Room. President Trump's in the hospital. From covert and I just want to say my heart goes out to Kobe. Meghan tally used her debut as a musical guest on snl to call out Kentucky Attorney General. Dino. Key. Daniel Cameron. Excuse me she played audio from Malcolm X. and to Meka Mallory during her performance to slam the handling of the Briana Taylor case and also had some words scrolled across her backdrop as well.
Jim Carrey will play Joe Biden on SNL as the sketch comedy series returns
"Is back tonight for its 46th season Saturday night Live has been hyping its new Joe Biden in a Provo revealing Jim Carrey's transformation and hair and makeup. Next to him. Maya Rudolph ready for a comeback is Kamala Harris. Then there's this guy. I'm Chris Rock and I'm hosting the season premiere of SNL Question is Will NBC made good on its promise of a live audience in Studio H. SNL has deleted posts, offering a limited number of tickets after raising eyebrows with a plan to allow a socially distanced mast group to watch in person after undergoing rapid covert tests. Stay tuned.
Alabama governor apologizes to 1963 church bombing survivor
"Rights era church bombing that killed four black girls. NPR's Debbie Elliot reports. This comes in response to a survivor's request for reparations. Sara Collins. Rudolph lost her sister and three other Sunday school classmates when kooks clansmen bombed Birmingham's 16th Street Baptist Church in 1963. 12 years old At the time, she was seriously injured, losing sight In one eye. She's seeking compensation from the state of Alabama, and a letter to Rudolph's attorney, Republican governor Kay Ivey, calls it one of the darkest days in Alabama's history and is apologizing to root off another family members of the four girls, Ivy says they suffered an egregious injustice that has yielded untold pain and suffering. Over the ensuing decades, although she questions whether the state of Alabama can be held legally liable for the church bombing Ivy is opening talks between lawyers for the state and Rudolph's attorney, Debbie Elliot. NPR NEWS The Centers
"rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"They were all funny like whether they were male or female but the thing is that the questions that my generation of women were getting was you know it's a real boys club it's aren't live. How do you deal with? That and it was so much. It just didn't. It was based more on this idea that was in print and this journalistic story like everyone has to have a story. So they kept asking us this story that wasn't really applying to us anymore whether we had something to do with it or whether we were the recipients of the benefits of people that came for us whatever the hell it was it just kind of continued onto I I remember all this talking about it because we had to do an article I remember Time magazine. So it was it was something was. Like the perfect storm of like Tina, being the first female head writer and all, and there were like five females in the cast wants and everyone was really strong and that was kind of the moment where I think someone said like, can we stop asking this question because I was never a little girl that was hoping to be the first you know funny woman in my family it was just sort of like being funny was cool. My brother was funny growing up my brother and I used to watch the Gong show and made me laugh and that and my dad showed. Mel Brooks movies and comedy was cool to me. I I wasn't watching it so that I could be a cool lady like it's like you said it was you know my gender was first of all predisposed I had no choice but like it wasn't part of the thought process or conversation and it never is really. So you know it's sort of like it's like. Anything it's like when you put yourself out into the world, people have to create a name for it in a category or in it's like while you're so funny this is the first time you've ever seen you serious. What's that like I'm still the same fucking idiot who's eating the same yogurt every morning I i. haven't changed but people need to define you somehow. How how you are digested in the world eight it is true that. I think. We certainly are getting better, but I just don't know that that is ever GonNa Change because people love to label. It's it's just it's kind of lame while I've. Noticed that it's the need I think it's a very human need is not just the media. I'M NOT GONNA blame the media I think it's a very human need. There's a lot going on out there and we wanna make it make sense. So and you're a fascinating person to talk about this because you are such great shape shifter in you just keep changing and so I think you could put out an album. You could have an incredible crushing in a in a dramatic role you can be A. Steal a show with a voice an cartoon I, you could do a puppet show I just don't know what what you could come up with next. Violence. But I think there's always going to be a desire to say she was a funny lady on us on L. or like then suddenly you know that's always happen to me or like there hasn't been an African American woman on the show since my job I was like, oh I it's good to know I was African. American when I worked there I. It's always something to shout that whenever you would come on camera comes African American. I used to I. Remember I went into the office and I was like am I the black girl on the show and he's like. Always. Think of you as the Jewish girl. I've never gets. Just like just like print. I never going to get a straight answer out of out of. Beloved more neither. But but the truth is that shape shifting thing that you're talking about is actually. Like a very clear indication of like how I liked to put myself out in the world in how I feel about being in the world like I don't really WanNa feel like one thing and I totally get it when you say that not just it's not just a journalistic story that people need to feel like they know what they're consuming or digesting and it, and it is really interesting. You know I think. Just naturally, I really gravitate towards whatever rises to the top if it's fantastic, it's fantastic. I. May know I don't really want to know about the other stuff and if it's like fair to Midland. Sorry, I'm not that interested. So it's it's the quality that I desire and it's I think it's probably the quote the quality of the work that I am looking looking forward to doing in what I'm doing. Which is probably why I don't know. I think maybe like with Connie with the with the big mouth stuff I, think the for one of the most successful things I've ever done but I think it's probably because I'm laughing so hard when I'm doing it, it's like, yeah, they give me the fucking funniest stuff to say, say butthole on a regular basis, which is my all time favorite word like I say the nasty as. dumbest stop and it's so fun and I find myself joyful and Giddy when I leave because because I'm happy and like that stuff is it's back to hold Gilda theory. It's like that that joy you know when you're in the room with someone that makes you laugh when you're at work and you're happy and you're genuinely making yourself laugh, it's just better work. At comes out better and people, and somehow that transfers people it resonates I should as many times but there's so many moments. Some of my happiest moments in my comedy career are not recorded I mean I'm just picturing you in Millennium Kroll Inbetween takes Oh my God around and I think that would be like Oh. Okay. That would you're being just is funny. Being recorded as you are when it's being recorded, the one person that I probably regularly have recorded with more than anyone is nick on for that show and I think he might be one of the funniest fucking people of all time. So that means. Okay, he's not Irish, which is, which is a real, which is a real thing against him. So he's got that going. When. I got two dogs. Now. I just had a dog sent over to you. Did you actually look right there? That's the one I picked out. He's got much bigger than the other. Yeah. Seems his name's Reinhard. I always if I really like a guest I give a signal at one point send a dog over. Yeah. For you this. This monster is a puppy you can both be. Looking Ron zoom call for anyone who doesn't know during this cover. That's how we do it and you are being very generous and showing you keep swinging the camera around to show us all kinds of things I now know where you live. I can. I can judge by the PIN. Oak. Outside it's not. It's not as glamorous as we saw, I live in a one bedroom contracts depressing. It's really depressing and there's just there's an old poster of the funds. On the wall and just some scattered a man he was one of my first loves in I used to play demolition. Derby, when I was a kid, enwrap my arm in a paper towel hoping that I was like pinky remember Pinky Tuscany asking Guerrero and I would. I would fantasize got to marry the funds now. So cool. This is such a creepy thing but one of my first TV crush and is so creepy.
"rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"You can do it on zoom. You can have a quick porch beer with your neighbors and chums. With a socially distant hang you can. With your toast to friends near a far great taste is always close by you know why? Why great taste is Miller. And if Miller is something you have than great taste is nearby. Okay. Classic Logic Yeah. Right, now, enjoying a Miller lite with friends looks different everyone. Okay. Fine but it's still important to stay connected and you want a drink with other people i. do when I drink alone, people get worried about me. If you're stuck at home you know with a roommate or partner. You want to get out and have no our time. Get your friends on the. Idea when I didn't read this ahead of time minutes very Tortured logic? I mean I'll just read the overview. Some people are stuck in a house with their roommates and partners while others are back home with their families. Some keep their interactions strictly digital while others have embraced hangouts outdoors at a safe distance from online. Happy. Ariza socially distanced picnics every five hundred piece puzzle in between we're enjoying new as spending time with their friends. That's so many words that what I could say much more. Simply I know be Miller time that it. Can happen over zoom or were. Socially distant, you can tow someone who's more than six feet away instill enjoy your Miller how about that? Can't they just write that? What was all that stuff? They wrote I don't know. Yeah. I don't know that's how I stay connected with my chums my pal eric rife from my friend Greg Daniels I'm calling them all the time on zoom and saying, Hey, let's crack some Miller is and let's all talk. Yeah. You got some brews and talk about the old day we call them Bruce Skis. And yes, we do talk about the old days. So, that's a good time for me. What time were you you like more time to love Miller time I love it so on my gods. Bruschi with the boys Greg Daniels and Eric Rights don't forget Rodman's in there and then my Rodman man when you guys when you get us together and we started cracking those Miller's crack crack crack and we start talking about butterflies. Great. Tastes only ninety six calories and three point carbs when your friends are enjoying. You and your friends. Head. His crazy logic. However.
"rudolph" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend
"Hey, everybody. Welcome to those terrible trying to get. Off. Try to get hello and welcome to another episode of Conan O'Brien needs a friend I really do need a friend. We all need a friend during these times these very trying times and so throw to be doing the podcast you know he's nourishes me can you tell that sonar that the podcast nourishes me? What? Me I, enjoy it I enjoy the pious on a hard concept understand it's a nurse is weird word I. See that you enjoy what do you mean? Now people say that man do you think it was so weird that I say the podcast nourishes me no, think it's like you're like A. Vampire who feeds on an adoration of other people so it does make sense to me. Yeah. So I was thinking of myself as a as an infant suckling not. Neither one is an win, but I'm I do agree. Yeah. That's how I see it. I. See the PODCAST is I'm a newborn and I need a fresh mother's milk. Yes and I found this medium quite by accident and I'm sure I don't belong here but I'm suckling at the T to podcast. I don't think of myself as a one peer. That's vampire pronounced in the old nineteenth century since one peer. Why? Why? What why would anyone need to care? They pronounced vampire in the eighteenth century I. Think they didn't they met is there's a movie, the one where. The Francis for Kabul. Swampy Gary Oldman over enunciate everything. Why don't you grew? All my God I love that movie I try to get my kids to watch that movie of the night and they was describing it to them and they. They don't watch horror. My kids won't watch horror and I love or movies, and also in that movie has so many it has great. Truly great moments and then moments that are like. So ridiculous. You know and and some of the performances and in some of the imagery, it's insane. Anyway, we've decided one way or the other whether you say it nourishes me or it sucks me it suckled you. Yes, wait I said. Well you know what a way? Can I say something and this is gonna sound a little maybe a little self centered. The medium has suckled at me Oh because I think I have nourished podcasts with my contribution. And I know that that's going to win rage podcast community they're going to say who? Came along with a year and a half ago the fuck and I go no no no I'm sorry. Other podcasts but you suckle it might just as I sucked yours. And it's been two years. So fuck off. Yeah. Yeah once you get bit by a one pier. Man I think it's Too late to introduce you guys now but of course of obsession my assistant until well, she moves on. Yes. Many hints but nothing happens and then of course man. Terrific. A podcast produce. You do a great job. You really thinks where's the bit? There's no he really does do a good job. Yeah. I have a pitch for us. Yes. I think the three of us should go on the sensation that's sweeping. America floor is lava dino about this. No it's this huge new game show on Netflix where three people have to go across a room where all the furniture's floating in lava and you have to use all this kind of like. Strategy in coordination of work together as a team and I think we'd all let me ask a couple of questions to understand. So quickly as it is it real lava, it's nobody's red colored water and when the people fall in, they cut away and you never see them in like they die. Wow. It's about teamwork we die. No. Yeah. I. Think. So I think so I think you would start speaking way too loud and that would part the love the would move aside. Be a path. That doesn't But. Just because no, seriously, you'd be like now we. A burrito and all of the the lava would part. Well, this is a huge show is huge. Yeah and you think the three of us should go on it. Yeah. I think it will be a study and dysfunction would they'd book us. I. Mean obviously there'd be you know GonNa Brian. That's that's exactly why yeah they would they. But when I say I'm bringing to friends from the podcast along don't get some pushback. Hey, why not Andy Garcia? With I'm not pretending that I have a posse that's me Andy Garcia and. Larry Storage. Larry you think he's close to one hundred years old and he played a garden on f troop. That's my posse. Strange posse but it's my posse. Do they get celebrities on that show they have not yet. You're pitching. Your. Normal everyday I thought they got like the top celebrities in the. That, you could be on it, but they do those teachers the tennis friends we would be the podcasters. No. No no, we would not be. The podcasters would be Conan O'Brien, and then those two people. That's what it would be. We don't even get names how people you'd be person one. Person To. I'm sorry. That's how it works I. Don't think this is a good idea. You don't think we should go on the show because they show should go on forever bachelor was I can't go on the best I can I because I'm Mary Oh you can't know and you're you're I'm not saying this to be mean you're too old. I'm not saying that to be a mean you are wait a minute wait a minute you had perfect out, which is Conan you've been married for almost twenty years. You can't be on the bachelor and you can go with that. How might you all bachelor? Twenties and thirties. So what I looked no idea how old I am very useful person you've been on television for as long as some of those contestants have been alive. I got started very young and I've had a lot of work done. I'm telling you if I was a bachelor so many women would just be losing it hoping that I is it the. Rose what do you do? Yeah. You give a rose wants trump's with C. show on. Be on a reality, show. I. You just to be flanked by a lot of women I want I think a lot of very young women who were like fitness instructor would be saying I got to spend time in the hot tub with Conan, but then Kirsty. Came Long. Episodes of the Bachelor I had to leave to go take cholesterol lowering medication. I needed a nap and I wanted to watch the latest Ken Burns documentary. There's just twenty rows and. Rows that's. Roses everywhere all these. Women are like, who is this? Is like how old is he? Is this you're kidding he's that old way when I was born, he was forty. How. Is that even possible? And I come out every now, and then it'd be like who wants to showed overall. Like No. Thank you. I'll give you the lowe's if you love me smell your hair. You never eliminate anyone you just. Say bring a friend. Say bring a friend. I would say I'd be completely asexual. We've had a great couple of months here. You have an eliminated any of us. Maybe, I'll give grow soon. Even one fucking rows away you will pieces. Shit. I'm not as old as you think I. Am he? is so much. We just went off the island. Good if you're lucky out, have sex with you. They should do a creepy old bachelor. Convinced me. Forget. Floors lava. Does she do is the new show I'm looking at called. Extra. Batch. Bad Shirt Bachelor and then of the women want to be with him. I Really WanNa see that show that's just called every office environment. Yeah, probably. They never know who the bachelor until they get there. I think they don't. Can you imagine faces? Yeah. You think all of those women and they go like well now who hosts the bachelor is Chris Harrison. You thought it was style Jelly Oh no stipe shuttling quit a couple usually go. Back Man knows it not choose Backman Halloway but anyway. The host of the Bachelor Right Bing.
"rudolph" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder. Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is Encyclopedia Will Monica? Today's contender was a pioneering American athlete who overcame childhood paralysis became a legendary track and field star. She was an Olympic champion and international sports icon, following her performances in the nineteen, fifty six and nineteen sixty Olympic Games. Please welcome Wilma Rudolph. Wilma was born on June twenty third, nineteen, forty and Saint Bethlehem Tennessee to Ed and blanche. Rudolph she was the twentieth of twenty two siblings born cross her father's two marriages. Soon after she was born. WILMA's family moved to Clarksville Tennessee so her father could work as a railway porter. Wilma was born prematurely, and she suffered a number of serious childhood illnesses in her early years, including scarlet fever and pneumonia. She also about polio when she was five. She survived polio, but developed infantile paralysis in her left foot and leg a result of the virus. This caused severe weakness in disability in that leg and forced her to wear a heavy brace to support. The prognosis was bleak, Wilma later wrote. My doctor told me I would never walk again. My mother told me I would. I believed my mother. With limited medical care available to African Americans in Nineteen Forties Clarksville. WILMA's mother made weekly bus trips with her to a historically black medical college in Nashville for treatment and physical therapy. These treatments along with daily massage is provided by her family. Members helped Wilma's slowly regained strength in her left leg. By the time she was twelve Wilma had made enough progress to walk, and even run without her brace early on Wilma had to be home schooled due to illness, but when she was seven, she started attending public elementary school. Time. She started high school. She was not only fully able to walk, but was the basketball and track star for her school. Others outside of school saw her burgeoning athletic talent to. She was noticed by Tennessee State University's track coach when she was just fourteen. So, Wilma began training regularly at Tennessee state, track and field powerhouse at the time. She even competed for the University Wall still technically in school. When Wilma, was sixteen years old, she was invited to attend the nineteen fifty six. US S. Olympic track and field team qualifying trials in Seattle Washington. She qualified to compete in the two hundred meter individual event at the nineteen fifty six Olympics making her. The youngest member of the US Olympic team in Melbourne Australia Wilma didn't make it out of the preliminary heats the two hundred meter dash, but she was a member of the American four by one hundred relay team that won bronze at that Olympics she vowed to return to the nineteen sixty summer Olympics in Rome and that she would then win gold in nineteen, fifty eight. We'll know began attending Tennessee state as a fulltime student while continuing her track training there over the next two years she won a slew of medals at international amateur and collegiate events. Still her. I was set on the Nineteen Sixty Olympics. At the nineteen sixty US track and field team, qualifying trials in Abilene Texas. WILMA set a world record in the two hundred meter dash. She retained that record for the next eight years. She also qualified for the Olympics in the one hundred meter dash. Wilma arrived at the nineteen sixty summer. Olympics with dreams of winning gold. She left having earned her place as one of the greatest athletes of the twentieth century. Rome welcomes the summer games the Seventeen Olympian. Competing on a cinder track, Wilma won gold in the one hundred meter dash the two hundred meter dash, and in the four by one hundred meter relay. She was the first American woman in history to win. Three gold medals at a single Olympics Rudolph destroyed the the two hundred fame her second job. She was called the tornado, the flash and the fastest woman in history. The nineteen sixties Olympics for the first game be televised, internationally and Wilma was one of the breakout stars of the coverage along with fellow American teammates cash clay, who later changed his name to Muhammad? Ali and Oscar Robertson. She was thrust into the international spotlight where she was called the greatest American athlete of the day, and was held for physical grace and beauty. After the Olympics will went on a European tour where she competed in packed stadiums across the continent. She then headed back to the US where she received a heroine's welcome. WILMA's hometown of Clarksville Tennessee wanted to celebrate with a parade and day of festivities. Wilma refused to attend unless the event was integrated. Adult welcome Wilma. Day held on October Fourth Nineteen, sixty became the first fully integrated of bent in Clarksville history it was attended by an estimated eleven hundred people. Nineteen sixty-one Wilma won the prestigious Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year award a year later at just twenty two years old. Wilmer retired from track competition. She wanted to leave at top of her game to get a standing ovation in my own country outdoors, which I'd never had before I. Think was the this moment in my career I retired that day, and I have never regretted. With regard to competing in the upcoming nineteen sixty four Olympics, Wilma set. If I want to medals, there would be something lacking. I'll stick with the glory I've already won like Jesse Owens did in nineteen, thirty six. After her retirement, Wilma went on to finish her degree in elementary education at Tennessee state and became a second grade teacher and a high school track coach. Throughout the years, she continued her involvement in promoting amateur athletics. Wilma died of a brain tumor on November Twelfth Nineteen Ninety four in Brentwood Tennessee. She was fifty four years old. All month we're talking about explorers and contenders for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our encyclopedias. Amana newsletter romantic weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia were Manica, and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan Special thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator. Talk to you tomorrow. Before you go I. Have a quick request were eager to know more about our audience, so we created a shortlist survey to help us learn more about you visit. Wonder Media Network Dot com slash. To share your thoughts and be entered to win some wonder Media Network Swag that's wonder media network DOT, com slash survey I'll also post the link in the episode notes..
"rudolph" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder. Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is Encyclopedia Will Monica? Today's contender was a pioneering American athlete who overcame childhood paralysis became a legendary track and field star. She was an Olympic champion and international sports icon, following her performances in the nineteen, fifty six and nineteen sixty Olympic Games. Please welcome Wilma Rudolph. Wilma was born on June twenty third, nineteen, forty and Saint Bethlehem Tennessee to Ed and blanche. Rudolph she was the twentieth of twenty two siblings born cross her father's two marriages. Soon after she was born. WILMA's family moved to Clarksville Tennessee so her father could work as a railway porter. Wilma was born prematurely, and she suffered a number of serious childhood illnesses in her early years, including scarlet fever and pneumonia. She also about polio when she was five. She survived polio, but developed infantile paralysis in her left foot and leg a result of the virus. This caused severe weakness in disability in that leg and forced her to wear a heavy brace to support. The prognosis was bleak, Wilma later wrote. My doctor told me I would never walk again. My mother told me I would. I believed my mother. With limited medical care available to African Americans in Nineteen Forties Clarksville. WILMA's mother made weekly bus trips with her to a historically black medical college in Nashville for treatment and physical therapy. These treatments along with daily massage is provided by her family. Members helped Wilma's slowly regained strength in her left leg. By the time she was twelve Wilma had made enough progress to walk, and even run without her brace early on Wilma had to be home schooled due to illness, but when she was seven, she started attending public elementary school. Time. She started high school. She was not only fully able to walk, but was the basketball and track star for her school. Others outside of school saw her burgeoning athletic talent to. She was noticed by Tennessee State University's track coach when she was just fourteen. So, Wilma began training regularly at Tennessee state, track and field powerhouse at the time. She even competed for the University Wall still technically in school. When Wilma, was sixteen years old, she was invited to attend the nineteen fifty six. US S. Olympic track and field team qualifying trials in Seattle Washington. She qualified to compete in the two hundred meter individual event at the nineteen fifty six Olympics making her. The youngest member of the US Olympic team in Melbourne Australia Wilma didn't make it out of the preliminary heats the two hundred meter dash, but she was a member of the American four by one hundred relay team that won bronze at that Olympics she vowed to return to the nineteen sixty summer Olympics in Rome and that she would then win gold in nineteen, fifty eight. We'll know began attending Tennessee state as a fulltime student while continuing her track training there over the next two years she won a slew of medals at international amateur and collegiate events. Still her. I was set on the Nineteen Sixty Olympics. At the nineteen sixty US track and field team, qualifying trials in Abilene Texas. WILMA set a world record in the two hundred meter dash. She retained that record for the next eight years. She also qualified for the Olympics in the one hundred meter dash. Wilma arrived at the nineteen sixty summer. Olympics with dreams of winning gold. She left having earned her place as one of the greatest athletes of the twentieth century. Rome welcomes the summer games the Seventeen Olympian. Competing on a cinder track, Wilma won gold in the one hundred meter dash the two hundred meter dash, and in the four by one hundred meter relay. She was the first American woman in history to win. Three gold medals at a single Olympics Rudolph destroyed the the two hundred fame her second job. She was called the tornado, the flash and the fastest woman in history. The nineteen sixties Olympics for the first game be televised, internationally and Wilma was one of the breakout stars of the coverage along with fellow American teammates cash clay, who later changed his name to Muhammad? Ali and Oscar Robertson. She was thrust into the international spotlight where she was called the greatest American athlete of the day, and was held for physical grace and beauty. After the Olympics will went on a European tour where she competed in packed stadiums across the continent. She then headed back to the US where she received a heroine's welcome. WILMA's hometown of Clarksville Tennessee wanted to celebrate with a parade and day of festivities. Wilma refused to attend unless the event was integrated. Adult welcome Wilma. Day held on October Fourth Nineteen, sixty became the first fully integrated of bent in Clarksville history it was attended by an estimated eleven hundred people. Nineteen sixty-one Wilma won the prestigious Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year award a year later at just twenty two years old. Wilmer retired from track competition. She wanted to leave at top of her game to get a standing ovation in my own country outdoors, which I'd never had before I. Think was the this moment in my career I retired that day, and I have never regretted. With regard to competing in the upcoming nineteen sixty four Olympics, Wilma set. If I want to medals, there would be something lacking. I'll stick with the glory I've already won like Jesse Owens did in nineteen, thirty six. After her retirement, Wilma went on to finish her degree in elementary education at Tennessee state and became a second grade teacher and a high school track coach. Throughout the years, she continued her involvement in promoting amateur athletics. Wilma died of a brain tumor on November Twelfth Nineteen Ninety four in Brentwood Tennessee. She was fifty four years old. All month we're talking about explorers and contenders for more on why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our encyclopedias. Amana newsletter romantic weekly. You can also follow us on facebook and Instagram at encyclopedia were Manica, and you can follow me directly on twitter at Jenny Kaplan Special thanks to lose Kaplan my favorite sister and co-creator. Talk to you tomorrow. Before you go I. Have a quick request were eager to know more about our audience, so we.
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"rudolph" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Mm-hmm epic is not the first word that comes to mind when you think of Rudolph the former mayor. Here's just a slice of what's on his plate right now. He might be the reason his own in client. The forty fifth president of the United States gets impeached. All while he himself maybe facing criminal indictment all while he's still chasing Ukraine rain conspiracies in Europe. There's rumors that he's GonNa make a podcast about impeachment. A documentary about what really happened in Ukraine and this is all while he's he's undergoing a divorce not the one from his cousin. It was a second cousin not the one from his second wife. It seemed to the public for a while. Well at least like it was a very very happy marriage until the rumor started bad he was carrying on one affair and then the second. This was the one he broke up with the press conference quite some time I. It's probably been apparent that Donna and I lead Many ways independent and separate lies. I soon and I'm hopeful that we'll be able to formalize that today's turn of events brings me great sadness. I had hoped to keep this marriage together. And where does he go. After Donna I would like to introduce my wife. Mrs Giuliani Judith Nathan. And he met her somewhere in his second term they're Gracie mansion wedding guests included Donald and Milania trump and Henry Kissinger and how that workout. It's divorce number. The three for Rudy Giuliani New York City's former mayor. Well he's in divorce court right now and had a hearing today. It became clear that things are taking a nasty turn. It's continuing and things could get worse before they get better with estranged wife Judy Nathan. Claiming Giuliani is playing poor while lavishing spending money on a new girlfriend. That should be coming to her. Okay now that we got that all out of the way Rudy's epic story begins in New York City in nineteen forty. Four Giuliani created a biography of his childhood. That turned out to be not completely true. He was raised in in Brooklyn and he had told the press that his father worked at a bar and he had said that he owned the bar when it took the investigator reporter Wayne Barrett to unearth the fact that his father actually worked for a loan shark and it was a criminal who spent time sing-sing. When does he become public figure? Before I got involved with politics I was a lawyer. He went to to the Justice Department under Reagan and then took over the US Attorney's office in the early nineteen eighteen eighty s and he became probably the most celebrated us attorney in modern times. He was the Eliot ness of that that decade and was a front page figure for years and years because of his unapologetic fearless efforts to decapitate the mafia and this was a guy who invented the perp walk just to kind of humiliate the people that he had indicted or had arrested. And you you know. His reputation took a hit a little towards the end of his tenure at the US Attorney's office where he was accused of being over-zealous a lot of his cases says were overturned and people began to see him in a different light. Someone who was ruthless to the extreme and he parlays delays that reputation and all that attention into a run for mayor of New York City. The attention certainly fueled his efforts and in nine hundred eighty nine. He used his crime fighting achievements as the basis for his race in New York City in late. Nineteen eighties was really a mess. Crime was rampant. There was just a sense. That order was deteriorating on the streets of New York and so what better platform arm would there be than you know a crimefighter someone who could take control of the plane crash so houses I run at mayor go. It went badly he Ran Against David Dinkins. who was shooting to become the first African American mayor? Giuliani was undisciplined. He was unprepared. I'm prepared and it showed his lack of experience as a politician and he didn't take that loss very well right. He basically continued his fight against Dinkins. Even once the race was over and especially exacerbated dinkins relationship with the NYPD. Dinkins was hated by the police. The police union was seen as anti-cop and it all came to ahead during a police rally against Dinkins during the ninety three race the really turned into a police riot and Giuliani kinda stood. I think on a flatbed truck and screamed voice of Marvin one. Aw and the images were harrowing of this kind of hothead urging on a mob and I mean it's impossible to not see the racial undertones of this conflict right. This mostly white police force being led by a White White New Yorker sort of protesting the first ever black mayor of the city. I agree with that. I mean the racial undertones. The entire race were obvious. Giuliani's his campaign slogan was one standard for one city and the message was that Dinkins was just favouring black black people racial friction in New York City and he capitalized on that American cities can survive as we know them if they remain the main so violent. How did the one standard go into effect once? Giuliani wins the mayoralty in nineteen ninety-three. There was huge tension between Guiliani the black community during his mayoralty. The police force was you know historically seen as as an independent entity by mayors it. It didn't work that way with Giuliani. At all Giuliani used the police as kind of his army and the crackdown on crime. First of all all was enormously successful but a lot of it came on the backs of the civil liberties of black New Yorkers. He began the practice of stop and Frisk. which just a legion of young black men in poor neighborhoods were you know? Patted down sometimes thrown down to the ground. You know by police who had you know. Scant evidence of of criminality -ality it was harsh at the civil liberties were being violated but it was very very effective. I should mention that crime trend downwards across the country in the nineties but certainly eased dramatically in New York City but with that came this extremely fraught relationship between the NYPD and the black community the city absolutely there was so much rage within the black community. There are instances which just kind of symbolized his his treatment of the community. That triggered an uproar so there was a case of Ahmadou. Diablo who is MILD-MANNERED IMIGRAN Grin. Police have been searching for someone who had committed some type of crime in quite remember. They saw Diablo. Hello hovering around the entrance to an apartment building which turned out to be his own apartment building. They told them to stop and Diablo reach for his wallet and the police thought he was reaching for a gun and they shot and killed on and it sparked massive massive rallies. Elise against Giuliani was. Probably the closest Giuliani came to losing control of the mayoralty. Julianne is bad medicine for black people is bad medicine. Rights imagine everyone swarm of celebrities were arrested for protesting Giuliani's tactics. You know. DINKINS himself was arrested. Charlie Rangel Congressman movie stars. It was just a very effective kind of revolt against Giuliani. Bruce springsteen himself wrote a song about this incident right. Yeah he wrote a song called forty one shots which the number of bullet that police fired it. Amadou Judaea low.
"rudolph" Discussed on 850 WFTL
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"rudolph" Discussed on Outside the Lines
"Right and and we'll see whether or not there's any sort of confirmation from the steelers around there that they heard anything of the sort markey's pouncing David Decastro seem to be right in that area. I would think that they would be within earshot if something were says maybe maybe not. But so you're gonNA have already denied a strongly and Myles Garrett. Climate to the Appeals Officer General Thrash. So we'll see where this toll does and this reminds me atom. I'm sure you remember as well in two thousand six World Cup. Final France and Italy Marco Monterizi Zindedine. Don Don were the world's Best S. players headbutting Marco Monterizi. There were suggested suggestions at the time that racial abuse had been part of what provoked sedan. That was never established. As a fact later there were reports that was untrue. That changed the course of the last few minutes of the two thousand six World Cup. It was a big deal but nothing was ever established definitively one way or the other if this it's just remains and it is at this point in accusation does not been proved although it's a very strong allegation how is the NFL going to Parse this How is it going to reach some conclusion about perhaps reducing the suspension for myles Garrett? Go Germany this is something that NFL is going to have to figure out. And it's it's a difficult situation you can just imagine the spot that James thrashing. NFL or now put into to figure out. I would think that in this particular case with myles Garrett alleging that they might want to speak to other people around there to see if they heard any any evidence of such a strong statement and such a strong accusation the miles Kaur made to the NFL during the during the appeal process. So that'll be NFL. To figure out Adam Schefter with the latest myles Garrett saying being in his NFL suspension hearing that Mason Rudolph had used a racial slur against him. More from Adam later on sportscenter are you you still wearing your button. Downs on talked and hoping for the best. Then stop it seriously. Seriously because traditional shirts weren't meant to be worn untucked and honestly it shows untuckit believes helping guys look sharp and feel casual. That's why their shirts follow the perfect length and were designed for guys of all shapes and sizes taller. Short slimmer athletic thematic build untuckit. Has the perfect fit because everyone deserves a shirt that looks great on talked. And you shouldn't have to go to a Taylor get one with untucked. It's huge variety of colors and patterns. And you're sure to find the style to match any wardrobe so whether you're shopping for the perfect gift for the man in your life this holiday season or just trying to craft a look. That's as relaxed as it is smart in the checkout untuckit get free shipping and returns on all orders in the US at UNTUCKIT DOT com. And don't forget to use Promo Code Zero S to save twenty percent on your first order moderate checkout that's U. N. T. U. C. K. I.. T. Dot Com Promo Code R. O. S.. I'm a loud and bold radio announcer who was hired to tell you about the loud and bold bold flavors and Tyson. NATO's chicken's necks. Their boldly says then full of flavor. Thanks for listening by Tyson anytime chicken. Bold flavorful all chicken snacks and again the Breaking News Adam schefter reporting that myles Garrett is alleging that Mason Rudolph provoked him with the use of a racial slur much. More on that story. Coming up right now on N._F._l.. Live with Wendy..
"rudolph" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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"rudolph" Discussed on Conspiracy Theories
"And now back to the story. Before he took off for Scotland on may tenth nineteen forty one. Rudolph has left a message for Hitler informing him of his plan to negotiate peace with Britain predictably Hitler was furious. He was a phrase that Germany's allies might think has had been sent on an official mission to negotiate with Britain behind their backs has his friends and relatives were rounded up and questioned any of them were arrested, although notably his wife ill. So was spared after her initial questioning Albrecht house offer wasn't so lucky. He was brought to Hitler's home by the secret police and forced to spill everything he knew about has and his mission afterward. He was detained for three months. Hitler realized it was to Germany's advantage to break. The news about the mission before has was discovered in Britain. If the public heard it from British sources, I Germany would appear we. Week Hitler authorized, an official statement claiming that Hess was mentally ill and had most likely crashed his plane on his way to Great Britain. He also revoked all of Hess's official titles kicked him out of the Nazi party and banished him from Germany going so far as to order him shot on site. If he ever returned needless to say Hess's close relationship with Hitler was irrevocably destroyed meanwhile in Scotland s was having some trouble finding the Duke of Hamilton's residence at Dungavel house. He ended up flying by without recognizing it once it got dark has realized he was running out of fuel in decided to bail. He climbed to about six thousand feet jumped out of the plane and parachute into the ground about twelve miles from John Gable house the impact from the fall knocked tests unconscious when he awoke a man who. Who lived nearby helped him into his house gave him some water? And of course, notified the police has was quickly arrested the Duke of Hamilton agreed to see has the following day, but contrary to Hess's assumptions Douglas Douglas Hamilton had no sympathy for the Nazi cause. And he was disinclined to understand has his perspective. It's important to note here that one of the conspiracy theories will explore in next week's episode claims that it was not has at all who flew to Scotland. But an impostor the Duke of Hamilton would have refuted, this theory, one of his key impressions from this encounter was that. The prisoner was definitely the actual Rudolf Hess. The conversation was difficult Hess spoke fluent English, but he had trouble understanding douglas-hamilton's accent so much. So that the Duke suggested has come back later with an interpreter and beyond that Hess's proposition of peace between. Britain and Germany seemed ridiculous to Douglas Hamilton. He reasoned that even if the two countries were to make peace. They would be at war again within two years has requested the Douglas Hamilton asked the king to release him since he had come to Scotland unarmed and of his own volition that never happened as soon as Hess's identity was confirmed by British authorities. He was regarded as a high value prisoner of war. Winston Churchill personally ordered that has be treated with dignity. So he was kept comfortable but under close supervision has would never see the Duke of Hamilton again. But he did write him a number of letters. None of which were ever delivered in one letter dated just nine days after Hess left. Germany he told Hamilton that he had assured Hitler. He would not commit suicide under any circumstances. So if he died Germany would assume the British had murdered him. Sounds like he was more than a bit nervous must have been starting to register that his mission was a failure. It sure seems that way he also could have been trying to convince himself. The Germany would still get some value out of his mission. If he did commit suicide on June sixteenth, nineteen forty one has wrote suicide letters to his wife is son in Hitler, all of which played up the significance of his death for the German..
"rudolph" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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