29 Burst results for "Terrance"

"terrance" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"terrance" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"Then, yeah, watch me on the I'm on the free fight prelims for bare knuckle this Saturday. I believe I'm sign number two or three, so I appreciate the sport. Adam you rock is always important to see you again. You too. No, what are you going to walk out to? I'm going to walk out to corilla killing it. Carilla killing it? Who's it by? Carla. Oh, carilla. Oh, I thought that was. Yeah, the two girls, the DJ. You know that? I'm not cool. Do you know what he's talking about? No, I'm a boomer. I'm 43. He's 87. Listen, Jocelyn, thank you so much. Good luck. I'm going to be rooting for you. Can I order a shirt from yours on thing? Or is there a shirt I could buy? Yeah, the link to my on my Instagram and all proceeds are going to no kid hungry here in Arizona. So I signed on with 8 man, so we've sold quite a few shirts. I'm super excited about that. Yeah. I appreciate you. Thank you. Is there a fighter name? No kid hungry. No kid hungry. I don't have a fighter name, but no kid hungry is just the feed kids here in Arizona. Yeah, it's not a fucking Jonathan take care. Bye bye. All right, we'll talk soon. All right. She's so sweet. She seems very sweet. It's such a different level of competition and drive for these people. I just don't have. Well, you gotta do a horror film. Where does this horror film be doing? Oh, it's called what the fuck is they called? Jesus, correct. I was called the Woods witch. And what are you doing? Well, the Woods witch. I play like I play like a cult leader. In the Woods. You ever see the show, the movie midsummer? No. But that doesn't matter. Okay, no, no, you're here. So, all right, so is anybody big? Damn it, you froze. I could hear you. You're okay. You're not frozen. All right. Yeah. Is anybody any big actors in the movie? No, you're good. Okay. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I play like a cult leader. Midsummer? But no, I haven't seen it. You got it. Smoke some weed, maybe just mushrooms, watch midsummer. It's incredible. But it's basically just like Blair witch meets that. It's like a cult in the Woods. And we kill people for whatever reasons. So people do it. And yeah, so I get to play like a weird burnt out kind of old boomer cult leader. I love anybody big in the movie. Anybody I've seen? You know, you know who's one of the producers on is do you know Laura Francesca? She's like she's I don't know. She comes a lot of comedy shows. She's like a YouTube person. But I can't do video. He was the fat guy and Borat next. He's in it? He's in it. Tom sizemore is no way, really? Yeah. Tom sizable. He's been some of my favorite movies ever. Yeah. Razor dogs, right? Fuck it right. Also, he was in, wasn't he in Pulp Fiction? Or was size more? Yeah, yeah, the size mar is a fucking monster. He was a bunch of characters. But yeah, so and then there's a bunch of younger people that are kind of like YouTube social media influencer type stuff. So it's probably gonna fucking suck to be honest. But. It can't act if they're like 22. It would know. I'm like to get the actor who's like get off my fucking old actor my stage kids. Anyway, but it'll be fun. It'll be. Well, all right. Where are you gonna be this week? This week, I'm back in Austin doing shows at the Vulcan theater in Austin and yeah. That's it. Have you had to meet Joe? You've never met him? One of the first times everything you did to class at legends and old on la brea. I rolled with him because they were just moving people around and he just treated me like a rag doll. But that wouldn't I was brand new. I was a white belt. I've never met him now. Yeah, we're friendly. You know, when I see him, it's like, you know, it's a big deal. But he's just so busy and I don't ever want to feel like I want something from him, you know? Of course. Yeah, because everyone does. Yeah, so like I never asked to be. I was on his podcast like ten years ago, but I've never asked to come back on. Never asked to open for him. I would love to open for him. I'd love to go watch it. I just don't want to be that fucking guy. He was like, hey Joe, if you ever do an open air 'cause I'm just gonna guess that all fucking day. But anyway, you're the best. I will talk to you soon. Have a great week. Thank you. Take care of me..

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"terrance" Discussed on MMA Roasted

MMA Roasted

08:06 min | 5 months ago

"terrance" Discussed on MMA Roasted

"One of the best fighters in the world, a guy who had we were up for what the award for fighter of the year or new cover of the year? Yeah, you should have won, too. That was ridiculous. Now, I know you the last time you had like 9 fights in 6 hours. You kept fighting. Every week you had a fight. And now you had the wife, okay, can you hear me? No, I turned to my father. You good now? Yeah, yeah. Yeah, we're good. Okay, okay. So the last time you had like 9 fights in like 6, you kept fighting every week, you gotta fight. But now it's been like 6 months for 5 months. How are you holding up? There's nothing new to me. I've faced injuries. I had to sit down for 6 months before. So it's just, it's all about being patient, man. 'cause I know the science gonna come. So I'm just keeping my mentor right and just making sure I'm peeking at the right time. Good. Now does someone have covered in your camp or something? Is that what happened also? Yeah, one of my corners got COVID. I tested negative, so I was pretty upset about that. But they didn't let you fight 'cause your corner are COVID. Yeah. Oh man, that's crazy. 'cause you did all the work. Everyone has to get paid. Was it like your main guy or was it your friend or who was it? Yeah, your homie had COVID. Oh man. Was it a really important corner or just some guy you tag along? It was just one of my homies to have tagalong. He talks right now. He's up and coming. You guys just see him in the UFC soon. Okay. Yeah, good. I'm sure he tell Tara. I'm sure he felt terrible. Yeah, I know he did. So, you know, I'll leave it at that level at the end of the day. By the way, there's a picture of you with Michael chiesa. When he went to your wrestling camp, are you with to his wrestling camp? And you look like you were like 9 years old. And at hila kind of normal too. And you guys were like hugging. It was the sweetest cutest picture. You forget how young you guys are. Was he already in the UFC back there? Yeah, he just got done with document by the show. Slow or going to a one or two. Actually, no, that was my senior year. Yeah, he was done with talking about the show. I was 18 in that picture, actually. You look like you were 11. Now, were you were you dominating kids at the wrestling camp? Did he know that he looked at you and say, dude, you're going to be the guy? He always told me I can do whatever I put my mind to. And originally, I was going to move in when I'm at the high school, but my mom wanted me to wrestling college, so I had to go through that for. Right, right, right. Now, now your mom's been through it, man, because you were like a national champion. You were ranked. You were the, you were a state champion too, right? Yeah, two times day champion. Two times day champion. And then we all know what happened when you got a high on mushrooms. It got tased by the cops, you were an LSD. Got arrested. And now here you are killing it. Has your mom been behind you the whole time? See, I always been a supporter, but there's times where she had to let me go, so that I can learn and make mistakes and learn how to bounce back from. Because at the end of the day, I had to realize that she was enabled me and she couldn't expect me to grow if she's doing that. And I had to figure it out on my own. So you would pick mama's boy? Yeah. Oh man. Now when she says let you go, what does that mean? You don't get presents for Christmas or like what does that mean? Well, it's just like she's not just trying to give me like the easy way out, you know, like the quickest game where I can call him mom, I'll be fine. She wanted those things. Got it. I got it. No fun, no nothing. You gotta have the following. That's a good mom. And that's really hard. Especially somebody, seems like I don't know if this is racist, but black women seem very close to their sons. They are, man, they are, man. It's 'cause they put their fear in us, rather. Is that the fear and I can see it being hard and they're like, oh, that hard to let go. That's my baby kind of thing, you know. And was your dad around? No, no. I never knew my bit. Wow, never knew your dad, ever. So even now, after you're so successful, has he tried to reach out to you? No. Wow. You don't know where he's on Facebook, nothing. I know that my dad was pretty big in the gang like, so that's pretty much enjoy a lot. So much about me. Wow, wow, man. That's tough, man. That shows how far you've come, because a lot of people would have used that as an excuse to themselves get into the gang live for fuck their own lives up and that's really cool that you that you have ended up not using that as a crutch because it's very easy to do. Just blame someone else. And rightfully so, in some regards now, let's talk about the fights last week and got over versus gone. Where did you think of that fight? Or in this hill, but I'm happy with Francis evolution in his growth in the fight game. That shit was born as hell brother. Yeah. Now, but when he said he had a torn MCL and fucked up AC, I don't know if you have ever torn your ACL, I did. It is hard to pivot on it. You can't pivot on that. You could really fuck up your leg. This is like if you're talking about the kind of power he is. So you probably was throwing it like 50% or a 60%. Because he could hear easily could have fucked up his leg. I mean, do you think he should have pulled out before that fight? If his legs all fucked up, he could have if he wanted to, but look at sensory my guy had 2018. One Nancy dovey. So when I hear those kind of things now, like, come on, I'll be doing crazy stuff like this, you know? Yeah, but come on. How many people will be fucked up if everyone looks at Spencer Lee as the way to go? I mean, people just be, you know, bunch of Bambi's around, you know, a newborn deer, the following everywhere. You got to be, come on, but you got to be a dog in his sport. You gotta you gotta be willing to take the risk and same goes for anyone who's trying to accomplish a goal or a dream. He knew what he had to do and I'm very proud of him and I'm happy he fighting for his own words. And I think he does deserve an anxiety. I think everyone should respect and commend him because it's not like he came from being the brightest person, but for him to just to see that and know his words. I'm very proud of him. We're not ever set. I think that fighters appear as much as they possibly can. And I hate seeing guys, you know, not making the money they can. But people are using the boxing model and I'm like, that's not the model you want to use. Because let's say we use the boxing model, right? I mean, boxing, they say boxing is dead for a reason because you only know three guys. So if you look at the box about, you got to get rid of that means everyone's a free agent. You have to get rid of the UFC Bellator PFL. Everyone's going to be like, whoever gets the highest bidder. And then there's going to be Conor McGregor's going to make a ton of money. Jon Jones, but then all the other guys that are like the mid tier guys or lower guys are just going to be totally fine. But.

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"terrance" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

The Misfit Heroes Podcast

03:38 min | 10 months ago

"terrance" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

"I've been able to dwell on it for like two seconds three seconds. You know like a day or two made and all of a sudden to god because gotta come in and remove that stress and remove that negative energy right out of my life so i continue going positive image. And you know he. He's surrounded me with a whole bunch of loving people like if you go matic talk and the people that you see constantly have made his stuff like that is supporting a page. Those are people that genuinely love me. Bro they come in and show me that they love me and that makes it even easier to continue when positively when people are showing you that they care as well and that's why i'm telling them the same love jaw showed me the same positive integer. Your show me if all turn around. Y'all do that to everybody else in the world. There's no reason why everybody should be happy. Guy put billions of people here not to fill but to feel love. There's no reason why we should have one person on his art. That feels unloved but we have billions of people on his earth. Played here to work together with each other to live together with each other on this earth is like living in a country especially as like one big. It's like living in one big house. And if you're not getting along with people in your house how can your house continue to run without destroying itself if everybody in houses clashing with each other or back and forth with each other. That house is going to crumble. You're gonna. You're gonna put jose you all you damage your furniture. You won't damage a tv's you're gonna damage things around your home. That's the same thing that's happened in our country. We're not getting along with each other. When i can about each other when i hang problems in house. Let's sit down and work worked. these problems. people are rather focus on problems. Twenty four hours a day. Did it take time to focus on solutions. How can things get. How can we get back and a lot of people wanna be a hundred percent right. You can't be one hundred percent right when.

"terrance" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

The Misfit Heroes Podcast

05:05 min | 10 months ago

"terrance" Discussed on The Misfit Heroes Podcast

"One of misfits welcomed in the misfit. Heroes podcast my name. Is chris and together. We are going on a journey misfits for the longest time over the last few years for some reason it feels like the world has been divided. I'm recording this podcast in the united states of america. But if we're being real. When was the last time you felt united in this country. If i'm being honest. I can't remember the last time i heard the phrase. The united states of america mentioned in conversation. It's always america or usa and one of the most beautiful things about our country. Is that anyone regardless of gender race religious or political views or any other qualifier for that matter can come together and be united and celebrate the diversity of the people that are welcomed here like no other country. Were what the past. Reuniting people in this country often appears to be an arduous task was so many topics of discussion. That seem almost designed divide us. It can be hard to even maintain a healthy positive conversation with someone. That may not agree with you but you know what breaks all those barriers love. And if i'm being honest barbecue. My guest tonight is defeating division with a simple plan of inviting all people to the barbecue and giving everyone a spot at the table. Terrence ran is the creator of we are human and he's set forth on a mission to travel the country and hold barbecues and fellowship events in various cities around the united states of america with the goal of combating division and unrest. Everyone isn't welcomed and loved regardless of race gender sexual orientation views or thought process and people are paying attention. His talks have nearly six million likes in nearly half a million followers but the path was goal has not been an easy one. His platform has been a roller coaster. Ride of getting his information out there to his followers as well as raising awareness towards 'cause through social media and i believe he is destined for greatness. We discussed the goals and outcomes from his united barbecue when we are human events data procurement and manipulation by social media companies and how his platform is bringing hope to every city that visits misfits. I really enjoyed talking to this guy. He is super passionate about what he does and he is as real as it gets. Please welcome terrance. Rent playing the misfit heroes. Podcast the terrance. Welcome to misfit heroes. Podcast.

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"terrance" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"terrance" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Not a flame of hollow hellos and hell knows the greatest move. Is that poets dot. Org tweeted this like a couple of hours. News broke. yeah poets. That are just suddenly tweets. There's no context but like if you know they tweet a poem from tarran. Says they have no idea what i am terrance hayes i mean and then they linked to his poem what i am and it's like that's got to be a reference to the news news it because he was don't forget he was a mystery man before he was identified as terrance hayes which is peak poetry where everyone's like. Oh who is this like haughty that padma smooching over the mask. It's a poet. That's why you didn't know it. You know pilot. That's why he didn't know it. His ex wife was another famous poet. Yona harvey and they met in like very traditional poetry ways like they met at like a poetry poetry ways. Even as i said that i was like. What the fuck are you talking. They were a poetry power couples. What you're saying poetry power couple than they divorced. And now he is like dayton fucking padma schmidt like she's she's so then we did this recently. He's them in poetry land. But i hadn't heard of him. So i feel you know i i feel uneducated because i'm like i didn't hear no of this famous poet but now i do and now wow that's again. Look reading all of his poetry. Or what's funny that like. It is a joke amid poets among poets. Where it's like even when we're successful. No one knows we are and we talk about this a lot. It must be like i say. Like amanda gorman right like breakthrough poet of twenty twenty one but when was the last time a poet was breakthrough. You know like there really is no vehicle. I think that's the issue is. There's no vehicle for a poet to take the main stage in that way right. That was such a specific experience. Where oh this girl got up. As women got up and said a poem at the inauguration because that was part of the inaugural tradition right. and so there's only inauguration once every four years and where else do we celebrate poetry aside from like in school you know. There's no other way for a poet to be like. Oh a hotshot poet you know. What's funny is that when you google most famous poets which i just did because i'm a fucking plebe. Yeah you will get this funny list and just just wait until we. We're in the twentieth century. Once but still all of the photos are black and white until one to thirty all eight nine. Ten to one. William shakespeare to robert frost three. Emily dickenson four at gallen. Po five william wordsworth. Six william yeats seven walt whitman eight sylvia plath over in the twentieth century. Nine john keats and it's not until number ten that you get to my angelou who died in the twenty first right right. It's not until then that you get someone who is alive recently right. Probably the most famous poet of recent history of the last generation right to write my angelou ruby core. I guess is like rain but even at ruby core would call up. I would call a who at this point. But you're right. She did she is. She's writing but she's also like writing a sticky way for like a younger generation. But even someone who's like capturing the young generation is still about rule. What about jewel. okay. I think jewel is a them but You know what maybe she poetry them. Because that was like isn't that isn't her book. Oppo poetry one of the highest selling books of poetry of all time or something. Great outline is spoken word poem album that no. We're not talking about. We're not talking about we're not talking about alana's poetry. No poetry collection can compete with a night without armor as a title. I'm sorry okay era. This a long time ago. I will have no okay. Okay all right. Oh thirteen sixteen kind of partially. I lied a little bit exaggerated some other times. I have blonde hair. Pluck my eyebrows. I have my father's nose. My mother's hands have crooked teeth and green. Is i play guitar sick a lot. I like the color of wine of cheated on boyfriends..

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"terrance" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"terrance" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"I can't do anything quickly. Okay vilely cyrus act. Slash brody jenner. Caitlin carter remember her Her forget you she Got married to brody jenner in bali but like not legally and then dated miley cyrus and lake caused tiff and whatever then disappeared from whatever. She is now pregnant. Her boyfriend is christopher. Brock who is a fashion designer who briefly was linked to amber heard and has a fashion label called the brock collection with his ex wife. Laura vassar okay okay okay anyways killing carter's pregnant and there was a lot of this like weird tablets up about how brody jenner's mom commented like congrats and everyone's like well. I guess that's settled. You know. I guess that's good with them number. Two the wingels loss twins member them. I hate some of the social network aka. The facebook twins our into bitcoin. They started a band. According to page six. We hear six members of the group play to a dozen guests at cameron's no-ho loft this week. Okay they're literally just playing like in his in like cameron wingels vases apartment. This doesn't count page. Shut the fuck up okay. Then next we have on into army has a new boyfriend. And speaking of you know tact entrepreneurs like the winkle voss twins he is this guy who helps run tinder. Wait tinder right under yet. Tender his name is paul oiled. Paul bucha dacas and this headline says on arm is enjoying her time with paul bucha dhaka's after removing i g. Pick of ben affleck. She removed it. Did you see that she was so it was because fans kept commenting on the pick and it was annoying her. I guess and i'm really so we miss you. We miss ben on. This is from hollywood life. This is hollywood. Life and this source is so specific about the mechanism of igt. That i'm like this has to be real. Let me read you this. Tell me this is not an arm us. The romance rumors come after ana deleted a photo of her and ben below on instagram. Sometime within the last month according to the inside of the comments had become too much for the star quote people kept commenting about their past relationship on it and it was just to take it down to avoid the whole thing. The insider told h. l. She assigned to keep another photo of them up because she posted it from her birthday. Last year was buried in a slight of pigs. because it wasn't the cover photo up. Sorry like just the specific information about the way that instagram works. It's like she kept a photo of ben affleck because it wasn't the main photo on her. It wasn't the front of the carousel. Wasn't the cover finding the photo easily. Well they the fans know exactly where that photo is. But it's not as glaring. I guess as the photo that she deleted Do right. I think that's pretty funny but it's also like what's especially funny about this. Is that reminds me that like i went from wanting nothing but on armas news to kind of forgetting that she exists in the span of ever since they were spotted in montana. Ever since j. Lo and ben respondent montana on dharma was wiped from my memory. kind of i'm being fully just wiped. I mean it helped like you know armies updates on a dharma's updates was like really helping fuel the excitement over this woman and then she dated affleck and that was exciting for us. But you're right like now. I'm kind of like what's next you know you're going to have to keep it. You have to keep it spicy. And i'm not sure dating a guy who founded twitter is that spicy to me. That's okay maybe it's spicy to her. Okay we're moving. Along houma thurman is dating the news. I i did find the photo of on dharma's with ben affleck in the thing and it is key like it's a sexy photo like the photo that she left up. He's like clutching her arm. It's it's cute next up. Ooh la thurman is reportedly dating bloomberg media. Ceo justin be smith quote on the news lover. And here's the thing what thurman loves the news and that's really funny to me. It was revealed in a write up of a party like it was revealed in like Hardy yup and report about dc. Which is insane. The near time suddenly announced their relationship status in a write up of a party at smith's washington. Dc home in the upscale kalorama iron. Even know where the hell that is neighborhood. Okay if you say so. She then was quote at also the actress. Emma thurman who is dating. Mr smith writer sean. Macree slipped in at the end of a paragraph listing off the guests which included some media. Who's who quote actually. I'm a news lover. Thurmond said of the crowd. That's a weird way to write. That did she say that to him or did she say it's very. We don't have the details about like win. That was slipped into a conversation Addressing them. What did he ask. Are you dating justin. Be smith and she said no actually. I'm a news lover. That's why i'm here. You may mean. Let's find out hold on one timothy les dan. What's very kind of weird about this. Is it's wrapped up. It's not just a normal party. Report like washington. The washington society scene is back headline is washington. Society steps back out grizzly waking from hibernation the ruling classes. Coming out of this thing with an appetite like a goal risley's and it's talking about this very specific party or series of parties that have been happening recently in. Dc you look at the photos. They truly look like. Wow pandemic is over. Not a mask in sight people everywhere. Everyone's having a good time pant like covid nineteen who and then. It looks like ten paragraphs in it says. Spirits were high at the kalorama home of justin bsb at the executive of bloomberg media group. Okay the first good. Dc media party of the summer is funny the first good dc party. The summary of the summer the journalism at a party. Like in the sino. And they're like very. Your party is definitely if you were in washington dc society. You know what that means that is being. That is definitely a read okay. The journalists who gathered for sc- scallops and lamb toast included the editor of the atlantic. Jeffrey goldberg the washington post columnist jonathan kaye. Part jonathan swan of axes and abby philip of cnn. Also the actress. Emma thurman who was dating mr smith. Okay that's the house of iraq. No reveal ms thurman than there's two big photos. There's a photo of paul ryan chatting with someone beautiful photo shadows. And then miss thurman lakes dc quote. I welcomed and was spiritually fascinated. By the cicadas that just crawled across my finger holding a flute of peak. Peddle its natural. She has had. She has battled batman been shot full of rock salt and buried alive at least character but has she ever seen anything as disturbing as twenty-five reporters in one place attempting to socialize quote actually lever. Oh my god. I really appreciate people. Caitlyn she said referring to the cnn correspondent kaitlan collins also in attendance. Well this the quote. From wherever i got this from from us weekly or whatever from people left out the funds. They left out everything that made that good. They really looked like this is a good. This is good scene setting. Oh my god when she says are you. Are you intimidated to run by all these these titans of media and she said actually. I'm a newsletter. I'm the fucking bride. I was in kill parts one and two. You think i was in pulp fiction intimidated by. Cnn's blah blah blah and axios. No bitch it's a news site. I was married to ethan hawke. Have you ever met his ass like no one got intimidated by jonathan swan. My daughter's in stranger things up and coming. She's while he wants thirty under thirty. You know you think. I'm scared of the atlantic guy. What's the atlantic. This is so this is so disrespectful to think about this i. Now they're like all these like a media these the men of media the media the only thing worse than like media reporting party reporting or when both of those things are combined because get off of each other's dicks who cares is not which is so funny like this meteoroid porter like comes across thurman and it has to reckon with our. It's like i'm a and be able to fit into this dc crowd. It's like yes bet. Just sit anywhere. She was in the car. She was completely paralyzed. What else has she done she was. She walked the streets of paris. It before sunset after sunset and then the other ones. That wasn't her that was. Who is it dammit..

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Bills advance to AFC championship with 17-3 win over Ravens

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Bills advance to AFC championship with 17-3 win over Ravens

"For the first time since the nineteen ninety three season the Buffalo Bills are heading to the AFC championship game this after seventeen three win over the Baltimore Ravens buffalo defensive back Terrance Johnson had the play of the game returning an interception one hundred and one yards for the touchdown Johnson says he wasn't sure about the play thought was thinking maybe I should really you know hoping France at that point I'm just like okay is one person I got to be in the US number eight as her number eight Lamar Jackson he'd leave the game in the fourth quarter he is in the concussion protocol the bills now await the winner of the Browns and cheese for the right to go to the Superbowl I'm Jim attack let

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"terrance" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"terrance" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Owns a restaurant here in Baltimore called Terek Cafe. They serve comfort food like jerk chicken, Mac and cheese and fried plantains. There's a patio out back. He calls the jerk garden when Congress first created the Paycheck protection program to help small businesses keep workers on the payroll during the pandemic. Dixon was initially denied. He did eventually receive a small loan through the program. But now he's working with other black owned businesses like his to make sure they don't lose out on funding in the future. I wanted to check back and see how he's doing, Terrance, Welcome to the program. Hey, Good afternoon. I know you've been working with an organization called World Central Kitchen to distribute meals to people in need. How does that partnership work? I'm gonna tell you what it was, God said. When they said that they needed us to help share meals in Baltimore City with people that might be hungry. I might need a meal. I was in and then they told me they're going to pay me too. I was blown away. You know, Originally, we are staff before covert. We're about 24 people when cover it came. I had to furlough for people because of health reasons and age. But with the world's central kitchen I've been able to keep on my staff, You know, Loaf has gotten smaller. The loafers got small. It's a real skinny sandwich, but everybody's eating, not 40 hours. Now you're getting 15 20 hours sometimes 25 World Kitchen is definitely help us fill in the blanks and at least keeps the doors open. So what's on the menu for Thanksgiving this year? Well, what's gonna happen is this We're going to do something. On Saturday, We open up the church garden. We have a little church chicken will have a little sauteed veggies. We have a little rice. We have a little music. And we'll invite the communities to stop by and grab a meal. It's enough space it if they want to sit down and social distance and have their meal. They're more than welcome to because a lot of people couldn't visit anywhere and that's what we're trying to do. You've mentored a lot of other black entrepreneurs over the years, some of them right on your block there on ST Paul Street here in Baltimore. How are they doing? What are you hearing from? Some of the folks you've worked with. It's gotten to the point now that we've actually launched to Tara Love Consulting, which is an incubator for micro black business. You know where we're helping people with their covert plans now and also prepare them because we know the guess What The city. The state. The federal government is going to have to help these small businesses. So what we want to do is we're gonna make them in the right situation that they have all of those things that might be needed for a grant. Or even if like I've shared with a few businesses. Guess what. We might have to try to get a little small, you know, low interest loan. There are few places in town that are being very kind and that patient capital for small business But one of the big things that you find in my community with black businesses to trust. You know if you were in business, and you're putting your money in a bank for the last five years, and it's almost like the world is coming to an end, and every time you turn on the news or the radio, you hear that there's a grant. But you never get it. You kind of stopped trusting on that. It's an emotional roller coaster. You don't want a ride. Well and along those lines, there has been a huge amount of interest in black owned businesses recently since the police killing of George Floyd and the national reckoning really about systemic racism. Are you seeing real action? Come out of that. You know what? That's the challenge. I'm so happy. You use that word? No, we haven't seen any action. And that's one of the key things that I'm hoping I can, you know, bring some light on it and find some help for folks. Because, you know, we're gonna have to change. We're gonna change the way that we kept score before it doesn't work. It doesn't work right now. So if people are actually going out and keeping your businesses open, keeping the community encourage. We've got to make sure that they get some funding. We got to make sure that they stay open because if not six months, nine months from now, Business. You're going to be closed or if summer open they might be so heavy and debt they're going to close. So I mean, now is action time. Can you say more? About what you mean by? We've got to change the way we keep score. One of the things is this is that when all this happened And I applied for the P p p right. The paycheck protection program for small businesses. Exactly. I did all the right things, you know. Business bank account proper lights, insurance, all of those things that they needed. But the only problem was I didn't have a relationship with the bank. And so at that point, guess what? I didn't qualify. They didn't care that I employed 24 people. They didn't care that the cafe was open for 11 years and was a real real real rock for the community itself here, So that's what I'm talking about Changing the narratives. They have to look at the people that if you don't save this business, guess what happens? Now the city now the state and now the federal government is responsible for 20 families. See, I want to do my job. I want to provide jobs for my community. But that's what I need help. Terrence Dixon is Theo ner of Terror Cafe in Baltimore. And.

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US marks 9/11 anniversary at tributes shadowed by virus

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

US marks 9/11 anniversary at tributes shadowed by virus

"As the nation remembers nine eleven anniversary commemorations are being changed amid a new crisis the virus pandemic like in past years relatives gathered at new York's ground zero and heard the victims names Jeffrey Thomas Campbell but the readings were on tape not life which Morial leaders called a virus safety precaution former New York mayor Rudy Giuliani called it something else I find it disgraceful the change shocked the Emory damask whose twenty three year old brother died on nine eleven that was so hard fought so hard she was among families at a separate remembrance set up by another organization Terrance Andre aching with the names read live the pandemic also restricted the Pentagon's nine eleven remembrance which family members could not attend sabar mag ani Washington

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"terrance" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"Everyone, welcome back to their episodes. So today's episode is a continuation in our book interview series. So a lot of guys have heard terrance toil as a guest co host with me on the past several those now he's in the hot seat. He's guy being interviewed. So we got terrance doyle here terence. How's it going excellent. Thanks for having me. Excited to be here, and then as our guest co host, we actually invited Derek Marlin since terrence Derek similar backgrounds, and they both have been flipping the both of those apartment buildings syndication. So that'd be great for Dick Lebeau discussion with tarrant since talk a lot Kallen here Derek ask questions well. So we're go through. We are going to go through Terence's chapter in the book. So dare glad to have you here Chris Thank you for having me terrance. Thanks for let me quiz you do it, and before we get into the that stuff were around some fun today to somehow one of US mentioned to have a couple of drinks where we're doing this. So we are drinking some type of whiskey organise. So that's a good idea with all of us being in lockdown and Cova draw getting little more board and Need some happy hours. We're multitasking. fishline so Terri- I i. Read Your chapter like half hour before we start recording this and hit some stuff and things changed on here So I kinda read the first thing you take it over Derek. He said your goal for twenty nineteen close on to three to five million dollar multifamily buildings. Yeah. I want you didn't twenty nine but I want you in twenty twenty yeah and seems like you're blown out of the water. Two Thousand Nineteen Yeah this is just as I was transitioning. Derek we've talked a lot about this from my single family focus in Denver to more multifamily and yeah. So I think..

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Honoring Late Rep. John Lewis: Public Viewing At U.S. Capitol Monday As Body Lies In State

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Honoring Late Rep. John Lewis: Public Viewing At U.S. Capitol Monday As Body Lies In State

"For Congressman John Lewis resumes this morning at eight o'clock at the civil rights leader will lie in state outside the U. S. Capitol for a second and final day. GOP's Mitchell Miller has more now from Capitol Hill. Terrance Jones is one of many who have braved the heat to take a moment and pay their respects to John Lewis was very important for me because I'm originally from Birmingham, Alabama, so legacy of John Lewis's burial Porting Kelli Malone and a friend drove from New York to D. C for the public viewing, Malone says Lewis literally took punches for the people during the civil rights movement, and she felt it was important to remember his legacy and his fight for social justice weaken doom much better as a country and it's a shame that in John Lewis is lifetime we weren't able to do. We were able to little bit better, but we could have done a whole lot better on Capitol Hill,

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"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

"But sexy from yours. Ready to be shot and so the character and all of these weapons but in a very calm was one of these people was gas. Nothing of what he did. He said the script crisis I remember coming down to the Shaw floors wall. Say say tax suny Barry. That's the way we once again. It was because he made John. Wants to get checks about loans and Rocca approaches. We'll say we get some issues here than I even sorry note saying groovy not doing a might say to to try and say. Oh wow far out to do it. That's that's writing to Joe. I am not in a lettuce but he was eating and having those discussions united winning.

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"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

"Lis- they talk to. You would never let anything tax on IT TO MAKE. That is not fully say and midnight keen to for. Ob we need an old group. Beat lift this show from just the very one which is beginning to happen but the great thing about working for them an update on of the great in about what can the neighbors they new every properly. If we found that Mrs Escape John Legible pump big away happen soon. I'll set to go and with you. Terrence with Sitcom he could listen and he fay just off that he would make those changes if necessary. They also encouraged me as a woman out of nothing. I was involved in sation. They imperative carrots. Were taken to various spots. Said that I could see weapons being way I went into coaching. And I was giving substance struggling time and Eastern Europe was so sad said and we all came this children going now. I think almost all on city socialist together as well as I say..

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"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

"Money these moderating okay but we all do I think in some way by right of the man who are here to celebrate is so let me welcome some of the other people onto the stage. You aren't going to be sharing the love between sticks exploring his writing style on having into this region stage bus the words which taught all of this. Well the Superintendent of the shadow release all now years on my back last very much. Not LISA THEY ALREADY. Hundreds of characters shake type. Stacey way about meritocratic moment in British history goes to Cambridge Taw at the his age easy shaped in a way change stories by the line along narrative still plying of TV lead. You wonderful people liked that reach back out. You just say that a when I was doing it on the television series but the other term insurance to three actresses quoting carrots like he has a lot of stories and I can say from carrots and but they didn't via like what they wanted. John also had very he was so they should wait sees other before we go ahead of was me and arrived at the BBC. You got and then on. Our show was grateful and when they asked me meet on not by reading they just asked me by genitive rejecting and the very next day. Goal to say we major. Walk off.

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Miami: Former Florida Department of Corrections Officer Convicted of Civil Rights Conspiracy to Assault Youthful Offenders

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Miami: Former Florida Department of Corrections Officer Convicted of Civil Rights Conspiracy to Assault Youthful Offenders

"A jury has convicted a former Florida corrections officer of conspiring to assault youth offender inmates prosecutors say in twenty seventeen Terrance Reynolds and a sergeant took three South Florida reception center inmates out of their cells and place them into a mop closet where they were assaulted Reynolds was acquitted of depriving the youthful offender inmates of their civil rights the sergeant pled guilty to conspiring to violate the inmates civil rights

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"terrance" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

"That I did cable. The name of this podcast is how I got here. So we've talked about how you got to this spot. Where do you think here ear might be for you in three to five years from now three to five years? I have a few goals that are speaking to the atmosphere. I would love to create a space. He's not just a strip mall. Something very similar to the end offering. Market that father my uncle facilitated as a hope ooh help months only minority-owned but I think that under one booth people are more sustainable when the resources are far dilemma between clean so I think three to five years. If I don't fall into this whole political aspirations that some folks are trying to encourage me I just think I'll be here. Man Finishing up raising my daughter continuously educating myself and just growing as a person but I know that there's something the next for me and they're working class also awesome initiative. But I've been feeling more and more lately like there's something greater that has to spark all of listen collective things that I have done some Conway Pyramid into something. I'm not certain I'll be honest. I'm not one of those people. Just sit down and like. I don't have a planner. I am finishing up a degree at Florida right now. So I think I have that out in the way that in Business Okay so and I just want to grow as one but I want to see the community as a.

"terrance" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on How I Got Here with Dave Fiore

"Back to the show so Terri- here You know you really good at using social media to encourage people and to get your ideas out there. But what do you really think about this. Relatively new communications tool I think social media is a very very powerful for lack of better term weapon. His weapon can be used for good can also be used for evil and and it also gives people an opportunity to sort of reinvent themselves like you can come to social media. NBA Whoever you are however you'd like to be Because you'll be in contact with people who never met you before and I chose to create a platform form that was positive and I try to be as uplifting as possible like for instance. I don't use profane language back on social media not true but I do know that people will judge by the things you say and do and it just makes more sense to be more cognizant of the things you say in due on social media because you never never ever know at like. I know. There's only nine this room right now with social media you never know. Who's reading your postal? How it be shared and who will read it down like ten years from now right right? Someone could read what you post today. So I always try and be as positive up nipping at meniscus created a platform like I have a lot of people that inbox me like. Something you said on social media just brightened my day or made my day or thank you so much for the thing that a lot of Rosa divine. I don't know like sometimes summit have thoughts and put them in a post and they get a lot of like with a couple of Emoji Waco motive in the heart. That's been going over pretty good. It was thinking faith. Switch it up. You also have a powerful and unrelenting passion for were encouraging him an empowering African American community in Tallahassee. Tell me about where that comes from. I think a lot of that comes from my dad like I can remember when we were a young now transition phase middle school like I have the I think it was due either to the Martin Luther King March to the Capitol it changed it like it used to March from Ck Steel Plaza to the front of the Capitol off of partway. But some way somebody voted order and they changed it and see it now. We're marching to the front of the no capital Monday. I said No. That's the back so I can remember him like like big signs and he would just teach like including making it less important right making less important making it less important but I mean I'm not anti Anything but I do understand that as a community especially watching things changed the way they have like remember like I said indoor flea market fringe to all all these different things where people of color had so many opportunities and they weren't hand it to them. They were actually afforded the opportunity to work an acquire. These things and I just think that over the years Through whatever systematical pressure. I'm not to blame anything. But lightweight right well fat products are just so many things going on like black neighborhoods are night disappear like I remember by specially Frenchtown area commemorative houses on every street didn't now is like student housing and I just try and help people understand because a lot of people repairs due to a lack acknowledge and I feel like I've been afforded opportunities to be in the room where certain knowledge is being spree that a lot of people are afforded. Those was opportunity so I try and spread that that wealth of knowledge when I can t think the African American community does enough to support its own businesses. No I was reading up on Black Wall Street. You Black Wall Street with this huge flourishing African American community and back the end like the black dollar circuit. The reason why Blacks Wall Street was so prominent and fast forward they destroyed it blew it up. They burn it to the ground like doctors lawyers. There's all these things that Black Wall Street in New York. It wasn't New York. I'll have to look it up in a big city. Fair was in Europe America and this is a true story. Hundreds and hundreds of of civilized people not slaves not like these were people doctors lawyers educating were murdered and killed and burned to the ground. They don't teach US business school. You know which is crazy Definitely happen but the black dollar doesn't circulate within the community. Not as long as it should. And that's Intel Halfon everywhere everywhere like it's like it's like ours like as fast people can get their CHECK US out at black dollar leaves. The community. I felt a quick interruption was important here to insert some facts about Black Wall Street. His tarrant said head there was a thriving African American business community commonly referred to as Black Wall Street in Tulsa Oklahoma a race riot in nineteen twenty one saw white residents residents massacre as many as three hundred black residents injured hundreds more in. Raise the neighborhood within hours. The riot was one of the most devastating massacres occurs in the history of US race relations destroying the once thriving greenwood community. Do you think people feel like. They can't get the options they're looking for war can't find what they're what they think that. There's a reason why the option are in the community and is not due to the fact that we aren't aren't willing to reinvest in our community is the resources are there like they have these zoning processes now that will afford more for affluent builders and investors discounts are tax breaks on property in these target areas. which are mostly black communities to encourage encourage them to basically gentrify the community and the community where we can't sustain ourselves because the resources just aren't there Which I the former communist and it didn't just start happening today and I'm not as well versed on the situation to just point fingers anyone but I do know that right now I can go buy a block in the black community and create a strip mall and offer it to black investors at a discounted price or tax breaks? I'm pretty sure that they will be more in tune but just the resources aren't there so yeah I think that the lack of options and also black folks have have this stigma. That black should be cheaper We should get a discount You mean among staff communities yes Sir Komo me and give me a brief break always Walmart until Walmart. What you're going to pay for their goods Walmart but yeah there is also a lot of black right but think that white people do stuff better? I know back to that won't let wipe won't let black people work on cars. I know black people that don't want black people. We're GONNA houses I meant is just. I don't know if you've been programmed wrong and I think that has a lot to do with. Why Black Dollar escapes you know when we get to something like Working Class Wednesdays where you are actively doing your part to bring small businesses together to let them not only learn from each other and network but also exchanged goods and do business so tell me about working class Wednesdays and what what what? That's all about right so actually my the initial idea for and it still the idea for working class. Wednesday is to bridge the gap between all business in the local community unseen Also grown to realize that you typically attract what you are I so if I put out a publication most of my friends on facebook would probably look like me Most of the difference probably looked like me so of course my advertisement would breach people like me. But that was ninth ninth original intentional. No my original intent was to gain more exposure for the businesses that may be located on opposite opposite end of the tracks opposite side of the tracks. That's why I host my events at different locations so that I can garner exposure for those businesses. This is to all demographics because I feel like since the black dollar circulating properly in the black community we need more than just black dollars in order to sustain these businesses so that they can stay afloat so working class Wednesday. My idea was to bring awareness and Patriotism to these businesses from folks who may not go to where the physical location is to patronize announced them event at Edison where folks frequent and now they have an opportunity to patronize business. That might be on the south side. I thought all that work. That's what the idea of working class where they originated from so he's a working ish work into an turning stint and isn't their benefits if exposing people to stuff they wouldn't. Yeah absolutely I mean I. I'm GONNA I think I want to just be a connector of people like I want to be able to be like that that that vessel that that gives people people across that that whatever divide that they may have. Because I mean I've met people were awesome. Talent awesome products people that make their own products. They just don't have the clientele to sustain so I meant they're miserable and dead in jobs and trying to be an entrepreneur on the side because commit drains at the be funded. Yeah well there's there's no doubt people are listening to you. So why do you think your voice has gained some traction over the last couple years I mean is all still very very new to me. I say a lot of this started with working class wins in which is less than three years ago. But I've been told by a lot of people that my transparency and the fact that a lot of people can relate. I mean people that wish they had voice can relate to me like we. I'm firm believer. That am no. I'll probably get backlash for this but I see it in confidence that the black people in power are usually the reason why black people aren't in power What do you mean by black leadership is is made of ponds Black leadership for the most part are people that were put in place for a specific purpose by who by by the majority for lack of better terms in local leaders have not made people mad enough. I'm in we do have a couple of folks that I respect. I do but I feel like another thing like most local leadership isn't even local like most of these people are from Tallahassee. Most of these people have no no stake in this community. They don't wash their grandmother struggle. Their father struggle their mother strokes in this community. Most of these folks came here looking for opportunity and now they have opportunity. They're satisfied with opportunity because that's what they came here for and I truly truly truly believe that So so do you have political aspiration.

"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

13:20 min | 3 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

"I think think I think Barron terrence were rubbing alone more than rubbing it on for five years but really slight different ideas on the program and by the end avait. Terence's letting Barry Heavy story once the season wasn't it to do his his things yeah get his. Buddhism mattress system geologically opposed people. Oh yes turn stakes advocating empire and and that isn't berries way but what a great what a great partnership our form because you had the you had the two ideas rubbing off against each other as pulses and I WANNA get into it but but it's that sort of creative friction that allowed them to have grates political allegory running through things and having been yawn at the same in time and you could choon into wall the other or both yeah you still have that choice which is something that sadly lacking more recently and and I reflect on that would never barry get to even assume reponsibility wouldn't that didn't get to off himself with the spirituality aw that side of it would always bring it back to worth it always reminded the L. The end of the day you'll just tying the girls the railway tracks and the hero so the hair brushing saver moustache twirling villain because the fact that he would constantly some of his own pressure rising in terms is this reductionist is that is just a sign of his modesty he. He knows that he was much more than that but he he doesn't want to discuss it. He's not interested in discussing the texted. He just writes it. Gives it to you you enjoy it you move on and I've always found that refreshing. and I suppose again it's easy to over exaggerate these things things but he he is part of that team that Madani sustained donahue or rejuvenated doctor who in nineteen seventy and left in the best shape of being up to that point by nineteen seventy four and Hinchcliffe and homes with stunning on the shoulder shoulder joints in that sense they built upon it and then carrying onto the mid seventies through when some Baker started disappearing off you had the whole culture of doctor who being sustained through the seventies and eighties buying his books so he he's had a really immeasurable impact. I was thinking rather a morbid way. When when we message each other to say shall we do a quick podcast outcasts just to get it off their chest sore thing that I can't really I can? I don't WanNa be Morbid but I can't think of many other people passing away now the would have had as big impacts on social media in the news or whatever field. I can think of formal too but no more than that yeah I was just listening to the radio this this evening five life and there was mentioned. I mean just just in passing but people of all walks read those books. It's not just rabid fans at a lot of a lot of boys I suppose in particular but also so it goes read those books growing up and identify even if they weren't consider themselves fans now oh he's he's well no nothing. I mean his name would have been almost ever present on the TV in the in the seventies with your doctor who all the classic serial or whatever else he did. for my mum rang me the other day and I mentioned doctor who books and what was the name of that that writer terrance dicks was it and she had sort of subconscious chess memory of the of the name he's a he's a big name area hope he gets lots of coverage in sure tributes yeah and and and there's a through line as well. Fr- right from mid Patchy Trafton with the tone I think from whether pheromones so you know the season and a half track Niro's as well as the per year and and into Baker and all those books I it's quite an extraordinary the length of time his association with the program itself was is about sixty eight to eighty three fifteen years accompanied many people who are with longer than that. I think any Robert Holmes who you've just scrapes in one year longer. I can't be bothered writing the books afterwards famously early Rosina First Chapter the time Sarah Sarah Headaches chapter. It might have been a nightline. I know a page or something being generous sunshine yeah the other thing I wanted to talk about was how famously guy who kept the program on this three examples of spring immediately to mind on that seeds of death war games and the five doctors here on each occasion threatening to run out of time for before a script appears on each of those occasions once once Malcolm Malcolm hoke but once I suppose using a screenplay by Brian Hayles but nonetheless he pulled out the back and and make sure they went just watching the texts Carter's. I think he used to say yeah. Professionalism that the number times I use that expression I I must was found another one yeah yeah docks in particular. I think it's not just a great celebration of twenty years but which of course is fantastic but actually by some miracle. It makes some kind of sense as well. It's not just a walk on and walk off of one hundred bit-part actors actually has us some kind of flight to it and to force a great technical writer and I it's not taking anything away from MS ability to from his artistry which though he would hate to be described as nowadays from his ability to come up with good original ideas which can can having created so many things that are still part of the tapestry to this day but if you gave them a shopping list Robert Holmes would would make excuses and leave but terence would rub his hands. I right. Yep I can do that. I'm your man and he would make it work and he would enjoy it and I thought appeals to me. Somebody who is like solving a puzzle us as the same time is creating something to keep the discount from at bay. Yeah I mean there's there's ten episodes of the walk aims as well. I mean I remember coming to that. One I think and feel with sinking feeling thinking gosh ten episodes. This is going to be a really tough watch and yet you know the first three or four of the really zip along I mean they're they're packed full of ideas fantastic. I mean there is a point maybe episode eight where starts to poor little bit but then before very much longer you're into the day. Neumannova I it's amazing to have a story so long that is so little padded certainly for me. anyways stands out as a good example of that particular season when on the whole you know th there were a few flat flat story said but but I took the Wilkins was one of them and some of them making something work even if it wasn't necessarily his day of course he basically made a unit years work when he the latest was on record saying put up Sunday. If it'd been down to him he wouldn't be excellent. Dr Do F- as stupid idea but he made it work gradually we could see the production of reasons rational for gradually weaned the show back towards what it should have been such a way that becomes part of the doctor's journey that she makes makes sense the character Jimmy guys know those five years. He doesn't just one haven buried. Don't one days we've added off. This countless just changed the format to something else so someone someone on facebook the name them but they they said that he elevated doctor who to a show which all of us could take seriously in that this season five was about monsters and he would give monsters sophisticated spokesman relatively sophisticated spokesman says perhaps perhaps daffodils. If he gave I mean he if he ceded that idea with Tara and brought it wouldn't I went back with perhaps slaw aw and the seeds of death yeah then but then he created the master so so you're moving away from probably helps probably help the budgets that AH shifts slightly away from a reliance on on full full extras in costumes to having actors who can articulate lines and so the thought that was an interesting point which had never really thought of it before. I don't know whether it's true but I'll meditate on it. A little bit thought that was an interesting view that are not seen before. Yes I mean it was certainly something that was in the air this whole business the half masks and if Barry's said if barry you said to him this is a new make getting better we can have monster can talk then in terms of prophetic back into the script because they had that sort of partnership yeah anything else that we haven't touched five yeah. We've done a few of them in passing but Komitch it bring that in them okay so some of the some of the things that he that he wrote himself. I'll talk about robots. I suppose he's he's probably first of his stories. I remember seeing the time Bruneta Tom Baker's debut. I mean it's not necessarily all that highly regarded audit but again in a classic terrance dicks in that it does what it has to do introducing you. Dr There's there's a four part adventure that works under its own terms and it has a monster as a sympathetic monster was kind of interesting introduces the Harry Sullivan into to the team he's he's going to be important part of that season and it gives him things to do and and actually it gives the character of Sarah Jane Smith and Opportunity To dubilier journalism as well. We've heard that she's a journalist. Bam really seen it happen very much up to this point but but he remembers that that's what they created her and gives her an opportunity you to show that off so I think it has its flaws but not many of them into the script the other way he calmed Hinchcliffe in the same script at Israelis rights story the next season season so he got he got check never ever look what a great onus businessman he was but again going back to what Paul was saying. He's he's given a job job to do. He has to literally literally sign off his own era the set it up for the next man and he does it no great you know one thing. That's very old about robot never quite got my head around is that he seems to invent presage the ultimate form of full doctor the sort of the the version version. It's actually within Tom. Baker himself comes later in the Williams era. He invents that in this story seemingly from whole cloth and then then disappears again for another few years as they as hinge Angela Springs. It's back down to Earth. I've never quite known where it came from. Was He watching Tom. Beggar rehearsals inventing so did he just put out there and it was ahead of its time is very it's so much more comedy and in and around the one story would have been required for the job. He was being given this very strange anyway any thoughts. has anyone ever. I don't have the scripts Um. I don't know how it was developed in the re through so whatever tom had some mm input into it of course this is the one that Barry. Let's produced so so I guess it. It may be that it's it's very latest vision of what Tom Baker is going right to be and then Philippine Q. Comes in with Arkansas tradition of going producer gets to produce the first episode. It's recorded at the end of that season. Though isn't it sorry I'm being pedantic and Yes for our our refund. Rock used to get overlooked. I pull Cannella NBA champion quite vigorously. He kept trying to convince turn sticks that it was his best script and the mouthpiece which turns that have no value. I think it might welby note because it's terence trying to do a Hinchcliffe style style story but it is that self contained in the self contained nature of it. It's I think it's one of the best combinations of the Gothic a car that we just had three years of and I don't want to say base under siege. It's a C. Can you wait at me and saying he's GonNa let's Cliche..

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"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

12:28 min | 3 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on Something Who

"So hello welcome to this impromptu episode of something who I just heard the sad news this afternoon that terrance dicks had died we wanted to put on a celebration of of terrance and what it meant to his doctor who fans song joined by Tim. Hello Antelope it also bipolar lie there and we'll aim to do that in the next few minutes so for the next shortwhile we're going to discuss some of our memories and thoughts. What's about terrence dicks who was among other things script editor script writer playwright and author for doctor who I am and I'll start with a short what's and of how I spent a holiday in the summer of nineteen seventy six in France a brought to books with me to read and which was as as he was to prove with a little bit on the short side but thankfully I brought with me genesis of the DALEKS and weapon. The're both of them written by Terrance Dicks. Someone's was gonNA say Dr Who and but I was hoping you were going to say the web of fear and Lady Chatterley's lover that might be more entertaining holiday but seeing as I was only eight years old at the time probably Mike. My choice of literature sent both both books. I've read about four or five times on holiday because it was it was a fortnight's holiday and I was in avid reader at the time but they search fantastic stories so well written by Terence stakes that I've got such rich memories. I guess whether fear in particular I think became the archetypal doctor who story in my mind and genesis as well which had of course I had actually seen on on TV the before but somehow the his retelling that is something to it so that's I guess one of my former took. Memory of encountering turns takes one of you. Well tell books for me as well in his name was just all over over them and I've been thinking today about not necessarily a specific instance but the involvement of target books growing up and and you know grandparent's might monotony buying me secondhand books from Bolton Library and trips the Bolton lives go and see the target books in and I think thank I think it's that which has affected me and looking comments online I think that's the comment has most you know not dramatically hyperbolic statements about him being the the guy who got a generation reading all told to generations to read and for that reason it's quite s- surprisingly impactful the passing once you've been Tim when I started reading Terence's tall get books I would've I would've had them and saw put off reading them. From any age. Four five six would've had them. I wouldn't have been reading them involved and then perhaps in the later eighty s or mid later eight is I would have read started reading talk in the end of my first year secondary school. We had to do a report for the English class about the books. We'd read that year a May ban. I'd Clever Dick. I really love about thirty target titles. I can't remember which whether they return sticks on but you know a fair proportion of the border and my parents went to the the school evening and came back back and said we want to work with you because Mr Window my my first year secondary school English teacher who was a classical education was telling my parents what a what an impressive in voracious reader I walls because just reeled off trying to show off all these books that I've a red or had so that's been thinking about that so things they got away with it did you. I was thinking I had a similar experience but got away with with with Mr Window drunk all the time. I didn't get away with it with my parents because they knew exactly what I was doing. Yes we had a yeah. I mean my teacher didn't tell me I shouldn't be reading them because it's not the purview but we did have a I. There's a bad she could get. He's trying to encourage reading set up this readerships game and he goes little badge enamel batch Tim Curley Peter one. It was supposed to be that priced. It wasn't anyway you just told you handed in red and got a point for each one a two point. If it was a classic an handed my listed I'll read a little proper stuff but then when it got half the list was padded out with Dr who who he grudgingly gave me half a point each for all of them they were. I still rankles Mr. If you're out there new swine my first expensive terrence I wasn't sure where to stop and chronologically it would have been watching horror fan broke but then there's a gap of a few years until I get reading the targets. Terrence wasn't the very first one I think I started with. Dr Dart Ex John. Probably because the new film so well and it would have left off the shelf at me. The second one brother randomly. I remember this day was state of decay in that is is one of the few I think it came so close out on the heels of the television version. That's still freshman mind's win for that. I remember writing stories about mysterious strangers three who rule at school up to that I was I was a very original Bryan. Even then I days of my own but then said terrence was definitely the one who caught me up to speed them. Reading the talk is because because they were so readable some of them were among the best the range had to offer some of them hostile seconds to admit that they all of them were but they were all read about so one thing couldn take away from it doesn't matter even no one's going to pretend they're the the high minded literature day but it got people reading eagle reading yeah yeah the the early ones were certainly in probably it had more literary merit to them but they as you say they were all they were all very readable there the one hundred and eight page you know they they got through a rollicking in good taste and for for young readers that was probably about as most wanted to read in a book if he if he had a skill as a writer which he owned out and did it was making things very very very clear with a with a minimum number of words because you don't have that many number words in a song it and you're left under no misapprehension about what was going on on what he was trying to describe. Obviously you know what Peter Davison look like already but pleasant open face or whatever it is you think and Blair rehearsal photograph on the front but you think bing. He's nailed it. I think I think thinking about it the first one I was probably probably read 'cause I'm a bit younger than you Paul and thirty or forty younger years younger than you the the the first one I probably read was the five doctors I probably made a beeline for that is probably the first thing I was conscious off from the TV. We certainly not the first video we owned but I think that would have been the first one I thought of well remembered from the tally and so would have made a beeline for that when when I became aware of the books sure funding of five doctors was the only one I've ever had to wear started reading the book before the thing was that was the infamous for that. I see my did kind of national. Editor resisted attempts his books. Is that some even in the repaired when he was turning out twelve years. It's he would always find something to add even if it was a little clarification like you said to him or or even A. Oh Fun on a dog. There wasn't any script isn't it would never simply transfer it to the patient job done. There were so many lines are remember funny. Funny Nines from the is like seventy stories that when I came to watch video ten years later I was disppointed fund. They weren't there and they always intolerances ovals. sometimes even is novels visa imbo own programs cost because it's never too late to improve on something yeah. I mean the other thing that he wrote the made a big impression upon me as a a youngster was the making of doctor who I mean he's a fantastic or at least it was at the time explanation of having made a television program as well as run through if all the the history up to that point I mean it's it's. It's perhaps not you come to look back on it. Thirty forty years later bit thin but at the time lime as a against still probably eight or nine years old when it came out he had me captivated and I it was fascinating region and of course it was the first mentioned of the missing episodes as well so I had quite a big emotional impact on me one comment that I saw on twitter at maybe matthew sweet or it may have been someone retweeting him with the common is the I associated with this and this is true for me in all the books they have in the hats and I have plenty books the the biggest number by the same author is stem sticks. got metro. Most people will have fifty or sixty books terrance dicks in yeah. That's that's quite something isn't it to have all of us with all of these great books that we hang onto mainly nostalgia reasons suspect right but that's that's quite an impact on many many many people it's brilliant yesterday. Is that books done. I think so yeah yes so so so perhaps that the the next thing I wanted to say was I I never saw him once and it was at a convention in the nineteen in eighty in London and I can't say that I remember a huge amount of data now thirty years later but of course we've seen him so much on all of those documentaries on the DVD's VHS as well but yeah I guess came across to me was that he wasn't wasn't trying to dig up what he's done in the program. He wasn't trying to be the star. He was very happy with his position. In doctor who history he seemed very comfortable with WHO and what he what he was and he was always looking for an entertaining story to to to to get the crowd smiling Meiling in the didn't he I just well. I've never met him but the one something that I take away is yes. He had no self awareness when it came to telling the same fantastic stories all over and over again but secondly. He's always upbeat beat on everything I've ever seen. He's always jolly. He's always smiling. Nestle of smiling is doesn't it when he's when he's a when he's telling his stories and that seems like a great way to be and nobody I've ever spoken to of metal will ever says he was a bit of a bit of a diva or anything always just seemed very smartly. I'd and happy to be remembered for what he did. Thirty forty fifty years ago is fantastic seems as if there's only those there's any to really great partnerships in history. Dr Who either the terrance dicks and Barry. Let's and then Robert Holmes into Philip Hinchcliffe. None of the other seem to have quite got on with each other in in the same way but terrorism. Barry seem to be a perfect double act really I think by in comparison with Hinchcliffe from Helms slight difference would be I think closer as friends simply not quite as I automatically think Hinchcliffe Mahomes did see the program exactly the same way..

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"terrance" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on KCRW

"On KCRW immigrants often take big risks coming to United States and once they're here many take another risk starting a business about a quarter of all businesses in the country are started by immigrants coming up we'll get a look at that trend and the impact it has then later today at one thirty here on KCRW Terrance Hayes discusses poetry taking us past our boundaries and his new book is American son it's from my past and future assassin if tomorrow we decided Michelangelo's David with an appropriate and we put the underwear on and we know what's under there so that's not going to change it this language is in our culture it's been there much like you know the statue David has been there and I'm really just awful just thinking about ways to kind of like get another angle on the conversation that you only think almost everything should have at least six sides to it not like black and white not right or wrong but a kind of walking around in the idea I'm Michael silver bullet Terence Haynes is with us on book form today at one thirty PM that's right here on KCRW on the fourth of July getting off to a very mellow start as far as the freeways are concerned in Orange County Tustin south on five of the fifty five had a driver one point had two flat tires looks like they've now been taking care of which is a good thing had a three south LA is one of five the one ten a trash can rolling around in the road there so keep an eye out for that if you are on the north west bound one a one trying to make your way out of LA county up through then turned Santa Barbara toward central coast looking pretty good out there right now and also the eastbound ten if you're headed out into the palm springs area no major problems reported there and some low clouds and fog rolling overnight but should be burning offer plenty of sunshine today highs in the sixties to mid seventies near the beach looking.

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"terrance" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"terrance" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Terrance dear age twenty one they arrested him on Channel Nine's website. They have a picture of a guy smiling. I don't know. This is the guy who shot to here to here or of this is to here to here. But either way you look at it. The photo is not very appropriate for the occasion got this big grin on his face heads back. I don't know if it's a mugshot or from his drivers, let while driver's license photo than anything out, right. Because there's no nothing behind indicating how tall ears. I guess that's one place can get a picture of anybody's go to the. Dot website or whatever and pull up your driver's license, but seems very very pleased with himself at this stage of the game. And it doesn't say who it is the check with our friends at channel nine and find that out. So I still don't know what brew was doing to kick things off here, but he is infra slowly Sony is due back on Thursday, Thursday. He will be here and Bruce gonna fill in each day between now and then, so you got it with what this Planned Parenthood has to have taxpayer funded abortion or they wouldn't be in business. No Planned Parenthood has taxpayer money. The taxpayer money cannot go toward abortion. Yes. Taxpayer support is there for Planned Parenthood? But they do a lot more Planned Parenthood than abortions. And they have to show that, that's where the money is going. Other so wrong. Again, so anyway, get outside and do something if he can. That's my game plan. Then tomorrow morning at five oh, six will be here in reconvene. You should be up for that right now into the picture. It's nine o'clock. You've got News Radio seven hundred wwl. W.

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Outrage as 2 Connecticut Officers Shoot Unarmed Woman

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Outrage as 2 Connecticut Officers Shoot Unarmed Woman

"Clergy and community leaders are demanding the firing of to Connecticut police officers who opened fire on a car. And seriously wounded a passenger Reverend Boise Kimber says Hampton officer Devon eaten and Yale University officer. Terrance Pollock must be fired. We do not need to wait until the state attorney Patrick Griffin finish his investigation. They have vowed lated every protocol of air department Eaton's body camera video released by the state police shows him starting to shoot the driver. Twenty one year old Paul Witherspoon the third after he gets out of the car and raises his

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Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, suspended 3 games NFL substance abuse

Charlie Parker

00:43 sec | 4 years ago

Terrance Williams, Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, suspended 3 games NFL substance abuse

"Years Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams has been suspended three games without pay for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy, and no it wasn't because the PD's it was because of. AC sources said the penalty falls under the NFL substance abuse policy stemming from that summer intoxication arrest, if you remember he wrecked his Lamborghini into a poll in where was he in Frisco, and he got acquitted because he took alcohol. Awareness course paid the city of I go for the property damage caused when he hit and knocked over that light pole. But the league said yesterday the suspension will go into effect this Sunday when the Cowboys visit Washington Dallas is off

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Marijuana, NYPD and Terrance Monahan discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

00:19 sec | 4 years ago

Marijuana, NYPD and Terrance Monahan discussed on All Things Considered

"Tomorrow the NYPD. Will no longer arrest most people caught smoking marijuana in public instead they'll simply, issue summonses it's the centerpiece of a new marijuana enforcement strategy announced by mayor. De Blasio and NYPD leadership back in June but the new policy is, not without its critics

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Zack Martin of Dallas Cowboys out with knee injury

SportsCenter AllNight

02:20 min | 4 years ago

Zack Martin of Dallas Cowboys out with knee injury

"And Gabor Pro Bowl right guard Zack Martin suffered a knee injury in the second quarter didn't return Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett Date, on Martin And we'll get an MRI. Tomorrow on it I think the initial evaluation, was was positive but we'll certainly get. That reconfirm tomorrow Did, he hit the helmet hit his name Get one. Low on him is what. I was told I didn't, see the play Randy Gregory been out. There for the first time Your impressions of, what is hard to tell exactly how we play but it looked like he played with a good spirit. Was active look like it. Was around the quarterback a, few times get, off he looked quick. And explosive and, you know you look like himself he's a really. Really natural pass rusher with a lot of, skill so he plays ten snaps in the game. Which is the number that we wanted for him and hopefully. This'll be. A. Stepping stone for for more action the future Those four practices. How much did he lobbied to play tonight at the goal. All along Wasn't saw practice we heard him being able. To play in this game I mean certainly he's been, wanting to play the whole time so we wanted to be deliberate with him and. He, he went through all the steps that we want him to. Go through any practice well so we thought. This was the right number snaps forum, tonight it looks like handled it well out concerned you are about Zack Again the doctors were. Somewhat optimistic based on the initial evaluation but. We'll see more tomorrow Sort, safety woods now having a hamstring showers until, knee injury it as the issue yeah we we have a numbers issue there right now so we're allowed to evaluate who's going to be available for us, and we have to if we have to get somebody else look good again in this I look very. Comfortable and confident, made some plays in the pocket made some plays out of the. Pocket and you know I just think he he's really running the show the right way he's. Got great command of what we wanna do and consistently allow us to move the football it was good to, see him cash in on the one drive the scrambled player to the left to Terrence. Really good job Taryn staying alive and. Great, poise by at the end of the. Down, so a really good outing back Zack Martin he just, signed a six year extension ABC's with Dallas that included forty million guaranteed ESPN's Todd. Archer reports that Morton as a hyperextended

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Dallas Cowboys WR Terrance Williams arrested for public intoxication

Chris Broussard and Brian Now

02:34 min | 4 years ago

Dallas Cowboys WR Terrance Williams arrested for public intoxication

"The dallas cowboys interesting story that broke early this morning so according to these star telegram police responded to a car accident around four forty five in the am right okay so this around cowboys headquarters and they found a 2017 lamborghini that had struck a light pole the driver fled the scene he ran the plates they found that the lamborghini was registered to terrance williams the police later located him give this writing an electric bicycle in a roadway they arrested him for public intoxication those are the facts on one side now he from way talked earlier in the show about those geeks on the beach with their metal detectors right you know what is your bs detection sensing right now i'm going to read you terrance williams story his statement here but are you prone to believe the story seems to be headed in a certain way yeah i am go ahead listen to this statement by terrance williams quote i am grateful that no one was injured in the accident the driver in front of me slammed on his brakes and i turn to the left in hop the curb to avoid him i got his insurance information in my neighbor picked me up when my car wouldn't drive i live right near where the accident occurred so my neighbor dropped me off and i called the tow truck and took the scooter from my house to go meet the tow truck driver the police officer who i have met in the past in the neighborhood saw me on the scooter and arrested me without performing any sobriety tests i have always been an upstanding citizen and handled the situation the best way i know how i apologize if i should have handled it a little bit differently end quote what do you think about that bad okay all right i mean how can you repeat that oh right.

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Jason Witten Reportedly Plans to Retire, Join ESPN's Monday Night Football Crew

The Bill Barnwell Show

02:08 min | 4 years ago

Jason Witten Reportedly Plans to Retire, Join ESPN's Monday Night Football Crew

"Even if he works out is probably going to be a player for two or three years from now than a player who's going to transform this year so i mean it could work out it's out of the question but it just you're taking an incredible risk in doing so so we've got a couple of things left we some news broke in the action in the hour before we recorded this podcast and one of them is his pan related it seems like jason witten the longtime tank for the dallas cowboys my opinion a first ballot hall of famer is retiring and he's going to become the latest dish in to the monday night football crew so he's now coworker probably inclined to say nice things about him obviously someone who i think was a before he came to work for espn first ballot hall of famer for the cowboys do you think if they knew jason witten was going to retire that they would have been so aggressive and moving on from brian that's a tough one because it feels here's a probably going to be surprising to you build i don't have a huge pulse on the inside the dallas cowboys locker room sure that being said i have i have a feeling that it dez with the amount he was going to cost them and with the headache that he's been the last three years and i don't mean it just from an off the field standpoint by any means i mean even on the field he has just not been what it is they've been paying him to be i think they wanted a fresh start to be able to go a different direction that's fair reasonable but the problem is now jason witten retires cowboys reportedly were not expecting it they were blindsided in perhaps the same way that bryant was blindsided when he was cut by the cowboys this receiving core it's problematic and then we have jeff swain rico gathered blake jar with a half to admit i did not know to those people where nfl players and tons of chapter thirty seconds ago the wide receiving corps it's okay it's alan hearns terrance williams cole beasley ryan switzer the update thomson i mean those are you know.

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Pipe-wielding man fatally shot by New York police officers in Brooklyn

02:26 min | 4 years ago

Pipe-wielding man fatally shot by New York police officers in Brooklyn

"Thanks nancy now with our other top stories i'm michael barr it looks like the weekend we'll see another spring snowfall in new york and the northeast question is how much will stick the us weather prediction center says if it hits in the daytime the snow may not accumulate if the storm tracks too far south it could miss us the new york police department says officers responding to reports of a man threatening people with a gun fatally shot a man carrying a metal pipe mistaking it for a firearm police say thirty four year old shaheed rozelle was killed yesterday in the crown heights neighborhood of brooklyn chief terrance monahan of the nypd says they responded to nine one one calls about the man all three calls eighty is holding a object that appears to be a guy the new york times says attendance crowd gathered as police investigated the shooting and says police had encountered demand before and classified him as emotionally disturbed hollywood is cashing in from that goodwill tour by saudi crown prince mohammad bin salman the saudis have announced deals to bring shows from circular say feld entertainment and national geographic to the country plus amc entertainment will open as many as one hundred theaters in saudi arabia a former hsbc technology employee has been arrested by spanish police in madrid bloomberg's maria today oh has more from madrid perveen foul townie the former haters bc employee who triggered tax evasion probes by several countries after leaking private bank account data has been arrested by spanish police fell channel was found guilty of corporate espionage and given a five year prison sentence by swiss courts in twenty fifteen now until now channy had escaped prison by staying out of the nation a judge in madrid will now have to decide whether fall channing he denies any wrongdoing and describes himself as a whistle blower is that stirred is had to switzerland moran today on bloomberg radio madrid real estate prices in san francisco are soaring the median sale price of a house there rose twenty four percent in the last year to a new high of one point six million dollars oregon real estate says fear of possible interest rate hikes may be one reason still san francisco home prices have been rising steadily in recent years thanks in part to.

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Buses leave US Embassy in Moscow on expulsion deadline day

Morning Edition

02:16 min | 4 years ago

Buses leave US Embassy in Moscow on expulsion deadline day

"Live from npr news in washington i'm louise schiavone a striking proposal from the us surgeon general today as the nation battles and opioid crisis dr jerome adams is urging more people to carry the medication no lock zone used by first responders to reverse an opioid overdose adam spoke on npr's morning edition one of the things that we're doing if working with pharmacies working with providers working with the american medical association and the nursing associations to increase training on how to administer in the lock zone in homes but overall and i'm an anesthesiologist who's administered in the lock so many times myself it is easy to use and forty nine out of fifty states have standing orders for people to be able to access and use no laaksonen the home setting the surgeon general says one hundred fifteen americans die every day due to an opioid overdose sixty america matt's in moscow heading home part of a mass expulsion of us diplomatic personnel by russia charles maine's has more from moscow three large buses departed the back of the us embassy in moscow early thursday morning as the us met a russian imposed deadline for sixty us diplomats to leave the country the expulsions are the latest fallout from an international standoff over the poisoning of former russian agent sergei skirt paul and his daughter on british soil last month using weaponsgrade nerve agent futures are up for both the dow nasdaq i'm louise schiavone npr news washington i'm richard hake on wnyc in new york the nypd confirms officer shot and killed a black man holding a metal object last night in crown heights brooklyn they were responding to nine one one calls that the man appeared to be holding a gun police chief terrance monahan said four officers fire ten rounds at the man who matched the nine one one description who has been identified as thirty four year old saheed vassal officers later discovered he was not holding a gun the object coming from hi with some sort of novel monahan says officers fired after vassil pointed the metal object at them he was pronounced dead upon arrival at kings county hospital mayor de blasio says he's cautiously optimistic about a deal that brings a group of breakaway.

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