18 Burst results for "Three Black Guys"
Gun & Gear Review Podcast
"three black guys" Discussed on Gun & Gear Review Podcast
"So we were just laughing so hard as we're trying to modulate the throttle on this and we got back when we talked to the guy about it he's like, yeah, you just gotta get used to them. I'm like, no, you need to, you need to make a throttle ramps up. You can't just go 100% throttle as soon as you touch it. Well, if it had decent suspension, I think you might have been okay. So you sure it wasn't a suspension problem? I don't think it's a suspension. There's a picture of Tony modeling in front of the side by side. Oh, that's the, uh huh. What the heck? Now, I don't really want to sound mean, but was there much space for both of you? Oh yeah. So it wasn't it was a pretty good size side by side. Yeah, you can't see it because it's behind me, but that's kind of why I was saying that. The funny part was me trying to get a helmet on. I had to take the foam out to get it on his head. Oh man. Oh, that was great. That was fun because we were following the signs. I think we discovered that we went the wrong way because there was no writing on the side of the sun. We saw you. And this is the off road podcast guy also. I'm driving. I was hanging on for dear life. He was hanging on as I'm hitting this gas pedal, snapping our necks. Continually continually. The thing you just couldn't hit the gas and hold the gas down because once the second your foot comes off, it just slows down. Like almost to a stop. What do you call those things like a bumper car at the fair? What it needed was like on the tractor I have at my house. You can use a gas pedal throttle or you've got a throttle on a lever that you can just set and it just stays continuously at that RPM range. So you needed one of those. It was rough. I got you. You mentioned, you mentioned the lever actions. I got to shoot a 45 70 for the first time. That was a lot of fun. For the first round, after that, it wasn't very exciting anymore. I was like, yep, I'm done here. You can shoot the rest of us. Too bad, it's a podcast. I can't use the cry emoji for you. I put 5 rounds into it and I got through three of them. I'm like, I can't do these last ones. It's just too much. And to be fair, he did fire like, I don't know, four or 5 rounds of 500 Smith and Wesson through the big horn armory lever action too. Yeah. What'd you guys? And that was at the end of the day, so what'd you guys think of the big horn armory guns? I think it was really cool. It had all the bells and whistles, you know, modern bells and whistles that you won on the lever action. That's the one I checked out. I liked it. There's just a lot of lot of money to purchase one of those. I mean, I've been looking at them since the beginning. When they first came out, a quality build, fun gun. But with the cost of ammo. Right. What's the difference between getting one of those in a 45 70? You know what I mean? Well, and yeah, exactly. And those things, the bighorn armory guns are not inexpensive. And you don't have to worry about binder Fernando for your rifle, but you're a pistol. Yeah, just in case I get taken back to the old west, and I have to shoot frigging pterodactyls. Yeah, I have the same gun. You've been watching that Will Smith movie again. The really bad one. Which really bad. Thank you. No, I'm sorry, that was different. I don't know what it was. Anyway. Or something like that? Oh, I don't know. But I have fun, man. I really enjoyed it. I wanted to make it worthwhile, so I wanted to create more content than when we went the first time. So Aaron, I'd like to thank you all that did it before and I'll do it again for a film and follow me around and keep me on point. So I can get a lot more work done. People have been saying that this shot show was dead and I'm like, dude, the shot show was awesome. Oh, it was a great time. I liked it. I don't have any other shot shows to compare it to because I've never, this is my first time, but it wasn't, it wasn't too crowded. I was able to get into booths and things like that. So, yeah, it was a good time. Awesome. Definitely wasn't crowded. But the way NSS is F set it up was if you had a booth, you had to put something in it. So a lot of the people got tables and chairs and put them there. So you had plenty of places to sit. I mean, it was like you'd go through and it'd be like almost lounges that people would just sit and actually talk to each other complete strangers. I thought that was one of the coolest parts and there were a lot of people of color. That I saw or at least noticed over 2020 when I was there. And as I was sitting down with some guys I had met and one guy know, you know, Friends on IG. So there was three of us setting that three, three black guys, and all of a sudden another black guy comes walking by and he has a product that he was going to sail to the sales floor. Because they were doing a press conference. And he was like, oh, you guys gotta show up. Like, what? Well, I have this product and I'm a black manufacturer and you guys are black, so you have to support me. And he handed us the business cards and flyers and stuff, and we looked at it, and we all looked. It was like, not really dude..
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"three black guys" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"Superstar singer who lost her life to them, isn't that great? If anything, the jury ought to have an issue with that. The document goes on to say, Jussie used PayPal and Venmo to pay for the drug transactions. And the documents suggest Jussie tried to cover the drug deal by saying the payment was for personal training. So bola testified that, yeah, I did supply Jesse with drugs, but then he said, I'm not a drug dealer. I don't sell. So it's too early to know how this is going to develop, but Harvey thinks jurors may find it hard to swallow bolus testimony that a couple of trainers who have bit parts in a TV show would dig deep into their pockets to pay for the drugs of a wealthy actor. Hey Harvey, you're a game in. You should know this. That's not all they did together was have a big part in his TV show. They used to go to bath houses and gay clubs together and engage in fun. So in that respect, why not procure drugs for somebody you want to get down with later on? Harvey, come on. You explored the glory holes of New York City back in the 70s. It goddamn break. He forgets his past. If the jury has an issue with this, Harvey says it could impact the brothers credibility, which could create the reasonable doubt necessary to a quick Jussie. How Harvey Jesus Christ. I don't think the jury will do that since Jussie paid for the drugs. Through PayPal and Venmo. What am I missing here? You want to know why Jesse Smith is badly losing this trial because the mainstream media isn't reporting on it at all. And all those assholes in the mainstream media want Jesse to be found not guilty. So that they can falsely claim that systemic racism is everywhere and apparently there was some white people on the street that night who yelled faggot and this is maggot country and wanted to kill him with a noose and bleach. Maybe that really did happen in Chicago at 2 o'clock in the morning outside his subway sandwich shop. Give me a goddamn break. What plan am I on? What do you call it when three black guys corner a white lady pushing her baby in a stroller in her driveway and rob her at gunpoint for her baby bag and pocketbook? Is that black supremacy? It's gotta be something because it's happening everywhere. Some of you speaking of crime have heard about the senseless murder of an 81 year old woman in her Beverly Hills home the other night that woman was, what's her first name? Natalie Avnet, Jacqueline admin. Jacqueline Avnet. The mother in law to Netflix's Ted sarandos. And the wife of the musical guru clarence Avnet, a man who is known as the black godfather and is admired by everyone from Bill Clinton to Snoop Dogg to Magic Johnson to Barack Obama to P diddy. You name it. There's a Netflix special called the black godfather all about this guy. So the other night, the Beverly Hills night was shattered by a home invasion on a very quiet street and a beautifully safe neighborhood called truesdale. There is no crime in truesdale, putting how this crime everywhere. The 80 year old couple had a private security guard on duty at the house, and yet still a burger smashed in the black sliding glass door. How brazen these motherfuckers now. And he fired off a round from his AR-15 that struck Jacqueline in the head and killed her instantly. At least I think it was the head. In a way, no one knows if it was aiming for her, but he hit it. It could have been an errant shot that just nailed it. Either way, it's fucking murder. Clarence advent was not hurt. Nor was the security guard. Good for him, he got out of the way. More on that in a minute. But now cops have caught the bad guy who killed Jacqueline Avnet. I hate the paper still say allegedly. Well, who do you think fucking killed? Do you think the husband shot has gone beyond her head? Oh my God, I can't stand these fucking journalists. The guy was caught in a backyard roughly an hour after the shooting and is caught on video, handcuffed to a wheelchair after being taken into custody. Why is he handcuffed to a wheelchair? Because this piece of shit surprised a convicted felon named Ariel Maynard, black dude, traveled from I like saying the color. It matters. Travel from Beverly Hills to the Hollywood Hills after the attack at the Afghan home to bang in another person's home. And he attempted to break into the home and nails, and in the process, this idiot shot himself in a foot with an AR-15. How do you like these fucking people? Multiple home invasions in one night. Yeah, LA is a very safe city. Don't worry at all about it. As bad as crime is in that shit town with the DA who will not convict anyone. I don't think this is a random burglary. On top of knowing who they were burglarizing, I have a sneaking suspicion they knew they were going to get in and make off with some good stuff and maybe even be pointed to the direction of where the good stuff was. That's what I feel. That is until the asshole made the mistake of squeezing off a bullet and killing at dance wife. This is just my Spidey sense talking here. I like to bring these up when I feel that, you know how they go with me. I'm pretty good with these. I feel the home private security guard may have had something to do with this. I don't know, maybe tip the robbers off. I don't like the fact that this guard didn't fire off a shot at the bad guy. If you're there to guard a hole and the residents inside of it, I'm sure the man was armed. What's the point of putting an unarmed God in front of your home? Especially when the enemy is packing on the manic weapons nowadays. I also have a feeling that robbers knew whose house they were invading. I think it was a tip off. I think the cops are looking at that security guard as they should. I mean, this guy ad net. His contributions to the entertainment and Beverly Hills communities are insanely unmatched. The death has prompted a bunch of tributes from names like Tyler perryville Clinton Magic Johnson Viola Davis, Tyler Perry even post on Instagram pledging every available resource will be used to find whoever is responsible for this nightmare. Well, they found that it would pull the trigger. Let's see if they find out more. I think they will. I think with all that support, plus the police knowing this asshole has to be fully prosecuted, there's a great chance we're gonna know everything soon. But this is what happens when prosecutors who, by the way, all Democrats refuse to prosecute criminals and then put them back on the street as quickly as possible. I saw a video the other day are a show on Fox nation. Tucker Carlson hosting all your liberals, hold on, listen for a second. It's about the city of Chicago and how the DA that Kim Foxx is such an asshole wasn't asshole or just let people off the hook, not prosecuting anybody. There are videos of there's a video of a Chinese national coming out of a car. Coming out of a ride ship eagle and kicking a man in the face like a big old martial arts kick that I died instantly. There's no provocation, he kicks the guy's ass, one kick, guy goes down, dies. No charges filed. Not guilty. Cops went on to her office 9 times to go, you really need to do this the right thing. She wouldn't do it. People aren't being arrested. People aren't being put away. It's disgusting. Crime skyrockets and violent crime skyrockets just as well. You keep voting the way you do, and you're going to guarantee yourself to get more of this bullshit. The voters of Los Angeles and San Francisco are trying to recall the prosecutors they elected because they know they're fucked up. How's that for intelligence? Don't let them in the first place. 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The Stuttering John Podcast
"three black guys" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"He fired several shots, injuring four people and he fled the scene and his parents are saying that he was bullied because he was rich. I don't know if you heard that story. Kids got like gold teeth and he drives a really nice car. So the kids at school, the other black kids at school were bullying him because he had a nice he had nice stuff. That was the reason. And so he brought a gun to school because they were bullying him because he was head nice stuff. He shot four people went on the run and turned himself in and now he's not even being held on Bond. He's out and he's got a he doesn't even have an ankle monitor. So yeah. So when I say do you think that the roles were reversed, blah blah blah. There's quite a few situations where that has happened. I mean, there's a full on gun battle in Chicago between three black guys in a house and three black eyes on the street. And none of them have had charges pressed against them at all. And the cops actually held the line back, tried to arrest him after the fact, and then the judge did the DA didn't press any charges at all because it was hard to determine who was defending themselves against the other person. They didn't even check to see if the guns were. Legal. It happens all the time. Like all the time. And it never makes the news because there's nothing in it. The only there's nothing in it politically for anybody to give a shit about those things at that point. They only the political narrative ones are the ones that make it raised to our level of interest. Now it's all ions are going to be on the Aubrey case. Now that this one is over. It's going to be a total shift. And I would say, and here's the thing. That's the difference, though. This is the material difference. The arbor case is has a lot locked up into it. The ability to make a citizen's arrest, whether or not they had the right to pursue him with weapons. That stuff is the kind of thing that would codify or shift the law. It would make the ruling in that case would affect the ruling in other cases. The rulings in the rittenhouse case are based on other cases, not on this case. They're based on the law that's been set in motion because of other self defense shootings and other justifiable homicides and other circumstances. And also, yeah, okay. No, no, no. Before I forget, are you available January 21st and 22nd or February 4th.
"three black guys" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Reels about three black guys You know making assessments for us to a white guy running running through their neighborhood right Right That's the theme that people are tiptoeing about but ridden house people said repeatedly look just do the thought experiment where he's a black 17 year old Are they giving him sandwiches and thanking him And now do the thought experiment You know it's obvious that even trying to credit this community the sense of this guy's got to be a criminal and did you hear about this morning His bad is not wearing socks No I was just gonna say quickly because we're running way late Harry is this prosecutor deliberately trying to get a mistrial between the inflammatory no more blackouts and defense attorneys Yeah that was defense Right but I mean what's the other about the dirty toenails and whatever I mean There's been speculation that they're trying to get a mistrial because they think it's not going well for them What do you say Well same principle as applies to their defendants apply to them You can't create your own mistrial but yes look normally we have some information that they may have done overtures for a plea It isn't going well And in general a defense will welcome a mistrial because they'll have a better shot the second time around knowing the prosecutors playbook Yeah yeah All right as I've said before to all of you that have devoted your life to this the law is dumb But thank you for coming on to talk about it with us And yeah now it's a sober time If these two if these twin verdicts come out that way it's really scary Open season on people you don't like you don't agree with Right Yeah And especially with and by the way take for open season Here's your AR-15 Is it safely Yeah Yeah Harry thanks so much I'll get out of enemy territory now Get back to San Diego where you blow Bye bye I'm back I'm back I'm back All right bye bye Thanks everyone Thank you 51 minutes after the hour This portion of the show brought to you by Mike goes here for jails that I just busted out last night I'm getting ready to pack today Oh there's a fluffy I can die And the sheets oh my God the sheets and the right did you just see that Oprah and Adele interview And I got a doll so beautiful And she looks like she'd be the softest cozier at pajamas Sure Okay All right Oh I'm sorry He's fiber stories in that soft as an easy chair I'm thinking of something else Here's my point These are the softest pajamas ever and the softest sheets ever What did I lose you It got really Buffalo Bill It's made Oprah's favorite things was like a zillion times Right Like three years in a row That's amazing Pajamas and sheets 'cause they're so soft See there's usually a connection if you just hang with me Maybe Oprah gave her some cozier pajamas because they use as cozier pajamas and sheets A voice soft as butter I'm just saying okay it's made from super soft viscose Not Adele's voice But these pajamas and sheets highly sustainable bamboo cozy earth betting and lounge were also temperature regulating so you will sleep comfortable year around It's a reason There's a reason because the earth is the brand that Oprah's law Oprah loves So confident that you will love their products because the earth gives.
"three black guys" Discussed on Relentless Geekery
"And they're like, we know, but that shows the society. And I understand this part of it, you know, we're not going to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars in a show that nobody's going to watch, because white people aren't go watching a black people don't want to watch it. So, you know, but this is what they said, right on stage. This is what they dealt with. Well, now they're extremely popular. And these guys are hilarious. So let me put this in context. They were three black guys on say talking about the show talking about the ghost hunts. They get along great. It's kind of like watching the Wayans brothers if you want to think of that. Okay, do they riff on each other? They're really not. Okay. The audience was 100% white. I don't think I saw another black person attending this conference, except for those three. But those three and every person there acknowledge that and was goofing around and kitty with it. You know, the same thing I said that if I was over it, you guys's house while we were growing up and we played Mario Brothers and we were friends with the same school we wrecked our bikes and got bloody elbows and stuff here. We'd be Friends and you see this with kids. They don't notice what color people are. It's just their friends. That's what the feeling was here. That there wasn't anybody I could tell that was like, oh my God, they're ruining everything because they let black people into this. It wasn't that at all. And they were on stage making these comments. They're like, you know what? We're still trying to understand all you white people out there. And everyone laughed because it wasn't a racist comment. It was we are black and you are white. There's differences and it's fun. So I, in fact, the one was talking about his wife and he's like, yeah, no ghost has ever followed me home 'cause my wife be like, boo, what do you mean some other boo. I'm your only boo. And we were dying. And I told him I said, man, I get it because you see this woman here and I pointed to my she looks white, but she channels a black woman quite often. And he laughed and fist bumped me because, yeah, okay. So I told Gina on the way home, I said, I think more people need to understand this. Because they made a comment that the first couple episodes of their show, the producers sent them to a slave plantation to do a hunt, sent them to a railroad underground railroad, haunted place, and then they wanted to do a haunted prison and they said, well, why don't we handcuff you guys and put you in the cell and see if they're like hold on. Let's talk about talk about like embracing the stereotype of this. So they talked about that. And I was telling Jean on the way home and this was my thinking. I'm like, this was a good conference in that because it didn't matter what they were black or white..
"three black guys" Discussed on Unclassical
"A. you'll was lying on the floor savagely beaten. And she said the. Tom robinson took took an advantage of her ambassador. And this is so problematic atticus asks tate if a doctor was cooled and now super problematic. Because i'm sure we can all semis that the rules are trying to frame a black man for a crime. He didn't do but the way that the prosecution is treating potential rape victim is fucking pooling. So well you can only be right verify a doctor and you know like there's nothing dr confined to actually proves it's right because it could just consensual rough sex often and doesn't mean anything also. It's like well. We can't of china in this context is different because like oh you you're verified by mail. Doctrine was a professional. I of course. I just find it for straightening how many books are like from a this trying to make more racial point of view but not doing about from like a feminist point. She annoys me. How many like stories and stuff. They're all about falsely apples allegation rights and like things like that and it's like really doesn't happen that often really doesn't because have you met the justice system like of course there's like it's so riffing traumatic like this whole idea. Oh she did it to get famous name. One person who is famous because of right. Yeah it surely. I need to name virgin married okay. That's on me visits. it's like no one is also pretty sure. She's a doesn't consent to the virgin mary. Seven set out so if you read the bible. That's of course i'd have account called neither fucking twelve years old unmarried and most cases results in my state but lucky for me. I have a husband to be fifty to me. Lucky lucky lucky girl. She is so yeah off. I read a book. Sorry john that we had to read for school and it was cooed disgrace and it was just so fucking for strating. 'cause it was about the sense. South african fucking racist and street in the frustrating. School loved racist and terrible brooks says. Well yeah this was because and this one this guy who was like a stra misery and depression and my life is terrible. Wife left me. Because i have terrible dirt. How a person to call toco stray with my adult daughter earns luck farm out on the ranch and adult daughter and she gets raped by three black guys. Come in and break into the property and everything and he's very much like you've got to report it and like you know how they was the thing like it's like oh it's so much more trauma for like the father or the because someone touched my thanks retails mother and the daughter's like oh it's like. Hey i'm not saying it was evening. I mean it's it's time if you don thank me right here. Yes she was very much sort of like. Oh what are you going gonna do..
KPRC 950 AM
"three black guys" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Scared If they let this stuff going right now, it's absolutely doing the complete reverse What he's doing some with February Cup Don't talk about Martin Luther King. Yeah, dude, he's right. February. Come, Don't talk. Email. Okay? Yeah, you're right. Remind me a lot of Kevin Hart while he delivering that to that guy is he kind of looks like him to any talks real fast. His name is Ty Smith and I guess up in Illinois he's got he works in the medical industry there and I got to medical degree, he said. He does a local talk show or something up in Illinois. Clearly, he's comfortable talking and it's very good at it. Dude, He's awesome. That guy is awesome. We need more dads like that out there there and that we need more people like that. I wonder what he's doing this Juneteenth, hopefully flying an American flag. What bothers me in a lot of the brothers. I talked about this June 10th thing, making it a federal holiday and all that. Oh, yeah, that's all great. Good news. Sheila Jackson Lee did all this or something Well, Donald Trump brought it up a year ago and wouldn't know black people wouldn't Democrats get behind it? Because of Trump's idea? A year later, they take Trump Erase him pushy Jack in there, and now it's a hell of a good idea. What bothers me though, is we have seen what white people in America do with holidays. They're gonna do the same thing to Juneteenth that they deal with Cinco de Mayo Mattress sales. You're gonna have white people hitting out to restaurants wearing dashiki is next next week next year, and they're going to be acting like they're all down with the brothers. You know, yesterday, over here in the newsroom across the hall from us, they've got a whole bunch of TVs on the wall. All so the reporters in the newsroom can see what's going on in different networks and stuff. And two of the local networks were doing nonstop Juneteenth coverage yesterday and one of them they were out in a park over here in Houston. They had all and they had three or four people lined up. It was three black guys and a white lady, and they're all wearing to shakey's with bongo drums and the journalist walks up, and he asked this group of people a question and we haven't muted. We're not even listening. And immediately the first person to talk as the white lady. So the camera zooms in on her to get her answer. And there was something I don't know if the directors realized they were doing this at the local TV production that with the news team that was gone, there was something very symbolic about them. Having a conversation about June team and the camera zooming in on the white lady and fading out the black people there on the sides, White liberals once again dominating a conversation. About whether whatever Juneteenth supposed to mean hang on a second black folks. This, uh it's like this is they're doing what they're telling you to stop doing exactly. It's such nonsense, guys. How about we all just celebrate the fact that we're Americans there? Are there out to be a holiday for that. You know what we should look into that? I wonder if we could get one whipped up. You know, I don't know it might take a month. Or maybe even five weeks to get a holiday like that whipped together. But let's see what we can do, by the way because yesterday today was made a federal holiday, individual state governments are now trying to find out how quickly they can tell their employees to stay home. Is that right? Two days right now, they are rapidly trying to get the news out to their employees that don't come to work. It's a federal holiday. You know what's so frustrating about that? For a year, All these federal offices were closed right. The government's already moving at the speed of Glacier. Then along comes the pandemic and you can't get a court date. You can't get a hearing at the local county clerk's office. Whatever it may be now, all of a sudden what if somewhere out there, odds are statistically speaking. There's a guy or a girl or a gender neutral who's been waiting months to have a meeting at a government office. It's set for today. Finally, we're going to resolve this issue with the property lines. I got an email from the government. What's it say? Oh, you're meeting is cancelled. I took off work for this, You bastards! I Yep, So it's true. Just look it up many states like Maryland, Nebraska, Missouri, West Virginia and Alabama. Are giving most public employees the day off today. But government workers in some states like California will have to wait a while to feel the effects of the new law, because different states operate differently. And so Neil just have to check with your own individual employer. I could understand why Texas or even Virginia celebrates the holiday because once upon a time Slave states, right? Why is California doing it? Cal? Because they woke, but they didn't even exist. Weren't estate. Oh, you know, in Hawaii, we really care about hang on. What's it called? June? June t very important to us here in the Aloha State.
Newsradio 700 WLW
"three black guys" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"A lot of other stuff. Sure. Go ahead and legalize drugs. And you know you're the criminally minded. Are criminally minded, their rock everything. Every discussion I'd have. I could be talking about football and it eventually gets two G announces, and, uh, you know, it's it's You're dealing with a whole different set of the population that needs to be locked up a long time. Uh, they expect to be locked up. That's a part of their their deal. But they if you do something with it, do I care about a drug dealer? Do I care about somebody pointing a gun at me or somebody? Lastly well, when you were in federal prison votes four years, isn't it a badge of honor? We have lots of bullet holes on your body and survived every that I spent the last year. It was me in a room with three black guys. Which doesn't happen. I'm not a white supremacist. I didn't better more there. I have no tattoos, You know, So our world's got to quiet a little bit. They're all boarded up. I mean, and as you're talking and you know, my brother kind of body I'm such were so dumb. I'm like, What's that mean? Caught a body, You know, and, uh, it? Yes, it's a badge of they've got to do it. They belong to these games. It's a part of their job. It's what they do. And judges that don't recognize this who come there with an attitude of social justice, racism in the system. Too many black men locked up. It kind of feeds into the idea. That you're going to have more people out well and looked like got issues going on. But I'll say this that you don't know who you're voting for. At least when it comes to elective offices. You kind of have a availability. Saying, Okay, I'm gonna vote for this person because they believe this. They may not do what they say they're going to do. At least they go in with the idea. This is what I'm gonna do. Giving these new judges Hamblen County lots of credit. They said exactly what they were going to do on their website before they were elected, which is concerned about too many black men incarcerated. That social justice and that everyone deserves to know our bond so you can shoot up a home with occupants inside, which is a felony to carries up to 12 years in prison and a brand new judge will say to that person. You're out on bond, Go ahead. And while I don't bond normally in the good old days if you're charged with a serious felony And while on bond you commit more crimes normally, that means your bond is revoked. But in the current parlance because you weren't convicted of shooting up the house Previously you're on bond. That means you doesn't count. So then why don't bond you commit numerous other offenses than having committed numerous other offenses? You go back into court, you get to know our bond again to get out of the new cases. Joe Deters sat there about four months ago with a A guy who beat up his girlfriend and Avondale beat her up severely. It was a felony. He gets out on Orban about four about four or five months ago, while out on an Arab on he had another girlfriend. He beat her up, too. Go back into court. He's on a bond. Here's the pictures of the new girlfriend beat up the judge. A brand new judge gives him an hour bon. He signs his name gets out again, then while out on that second charge He commits a d u I Okay. Normally, that means your bond is revoked. No, no. He went back into court and He gets a O R a bond on the d U I Then, on the fourth occasion, he beats up another girl. Here are the pictures goes back in the court, and the judge gives him an E m u which is an ankle bracelet. Soon as he got out. He cuts off the ankle bracelet and he's loose right now, and the women is beaten up or scared to death. And while that was going on, he was convicted in front of a judge. Domestic violence felony and she gave him an o R bond. While waiting sentencing on beating up women. All the individuals involved here. A black you would think the black community, especially black females. Would be extremely concerned about the boyfriends of black women beating them up on a regular basis. But there was no outcry whatsoever. None. In the case of Marcel, his white head and me Sean Elliott, the eight and six year old 19 year old boy. Even though he's 19, you know, I think he's young 19. He's the shooter, Marcellus Whitehead, who blew off the back of his head. He was shot twice in the incident by two different caliber bullets. Probably two other people were shooting at him. Any return fire and me Sean Elliott Marcellus Whitehead. Kind of in the crossfire. Marcellus is still fighting for his life on a ventilator. Um in Children's hospital. And he was out shooting because a judge a brand new judge gave him an ARB on on previous shooting offenses. Joe Deters sat there about an hour ago and said in the city of Chicago and any one point There's 10 to 12 murderers released on Bond. And they're out killing people so that they can't be tried in the original case. Utter complete meltdown. Continue Got David and many others. David and Dayton. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show, David Go ahead. How are you willing? Hey, is a retired lieutenant of the Dayton Police Department Firearms trainer since 1989 and I worked at a school. Um, as a, uh Basically a guard with a specific job of being there with a Glock and then they are 15 to respond to violence. And that's it. That was an S R o. Not as, uh, you know, to be there to break up fights or anything just and they have been of extreme violence. Obviously, this ruling today has been something that kind of puzzled all of us. The bottom line is you need somebody in the schools to be able to respond quickly in the event of an active shooter, bottom line, and if you're not there What happened? She hit 9115 10. Minutes later, A cop shows up and the cop could have been there in the first place. You could have been there armed, it will save lives. Got Richard K. Jones coming up in 35 minutes. And if a person is competent if they go through concealed carry weapon training. If Sheriff Jones has an additional six hours of what's behind the target, how to operate a weapon when you shoot one not to shoot. That's all you need. But the Supreme Court said today you have to have a Potter training, which takes months. Well and as an example I happen to be in an iPod a instructor and I teach it some trainer if you don't mind me dropping that in there, and and I just still elect to that, But we we do host a party classes. If anybody does need that you don't necessarily need to be a law enforcement officer to be apart. Asserted How long does it take David? Well, the the classes themselves can be set up on various schedules, and their training right now is probably about. I think it's 90 hours of complete training, so it's extensive. And is it required if you have Principal system principle, the janitor, someone working cafeteria who's competent with a good no previous criminal record. They have the right weapon for the right circumstance. The right ammo. Sheriff Jones contends that about 6 to 14 hours of training is sufficient. Would you agree? That is sufficient or not? Well, I think it depends a lot on the person and the experience and their ability to be able to do it. Like in my case where I worked, uh, the with the experience that I had I was ready to go because of being an instructor. Uh, so I was able to walk in with the ar 15 in the Glock. Yeah, No, I'm not to degrade janitors. But janitor that maybe doesn't have a whole lot of, uh, experience recognizing the threat, knowing when they can and can't shoot underlie might be different, But we can build those plans for people. It's in trainer and be able to get them up and running. Now the The legal aspect comes by when the school board allows because the school board can grant permission to people to carrying the gun. Not anymore. Not After today's ruling. Right, and I haven't seen it. You've got to take a look at it. Not anymore. You have to have a part of training. But David up again. We've got to go up against the clock, but raid the rolling in to see.
KPRC 950 AM
"three black guys" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"It's absolutely doing the complete reverse of what he's doing. Something very wake up. Don't talk about Martin Luther King. Yeah, dude, he's February. Come, Don't talk to me. Okay? Yeah. You write any remind me a lot of Kevin Hart while he delivered that too. That guy is he kind of looks like him, too, And he talks real fast. His name is Ty Smith and I guess up in Illinois he's got he works in the medical industry there and I got to medical degree. He say he does a local talk show or something up in Illinois. Clearly, he's comfortable talking and it's very good at it. Dude, he is awesome. That guy is awesome. We need more dads like that out there there and then we need more people like that. I wonder what he's doing this Juneteenth, hopefully flying an American flag. What bothers me in a lot of the brothers. I talked about this June 10th thing, making it a federal holiday and all that. Oh, yeah, that's all great. Good news. Sheila Jackson Lee did all this or something Well, Donald Trump brought it up a year ago and wouldn't know black people wouldn't Democrats get behind it? Because of Trump's idea? A year later, they take Trump Erase him pushy Jack in there, And now it's a hell of a good idea. What bothers me though, is we have seen what white people in America do with holidays. They're gonna do the same thing to Juneteenth that they deal with Cinco de Mayo Mattress sales. You're gonna have white people heading out to restaurants wearing dashiki is next next week next year, and they're going to be acted like they all down with the brothers. You know, yesterday, over here in the newsroom across the hall from us, they've got a whole bunch of TVs on the wall. All so the reporters in the newsroom can see what's going on in different networks and stuff, and two of the local networks were doing nonstop. Juneteenth coverage yesterday and one of them. They were out in a park over here in Houston. They had all and they had three or four people lined up. It was three black guys and a white lady, and they're all wearing to shakey's with bongo drums and the journalist walks up, and he asked this group of people a question and we haven't muted. We're not even listening and immediately The first person to talk is the white lady. So the camera zooms in on her to get her answer, and there was something I don't know if the directors realized they were doing this at the local TV production that whether the news team that was gone, there was something very Symbolic about them. Having a conversation about June team and the camera zooming in on the white lady and fading out the black people there on the sides. White liberals once again dominating a conversation about whether whatever Juneteenth supposed to mean hang on a second black folks. This, uh it's like this is they're doing what they're telling you to stop doing exactly. It's such nonsense, guys. How about we all just celebrate the fact that we're Americans? There are Oh, Got to be a holiday for that. You know what we should look into that? I wonder if we could get one whipped up. You know, I don't know. It might take a month or maybe even five weeks to get a holiday like that whipped together. But let's see what we can do. By the way. Just Because yesterday today was made a federal holiday. Individual state governments are now trying to find out how quickly they can tell their employees to stay home. Is that right? Two days right now, they are rapidly trying to get the news out to their employees that don't come to work. It's a federal holiday. You know what's so frustrating about that? For a year, All these federal offices were closed right. The government's already moving at the speed of Glacier. Then along comes the pandemic and you can't get a court date. You can't get a hearing at the local county clerk's office. Whatever it may be now, all of a sudden what if somewhere out there, odds are statistically speaking. There's a guy or a girl or a gender neutral who's been waiting months to have a meeting at a government office. It's set for today. Finally, we're going to resolve this issue with the property lines or I I got an email from the government. What's it say? Oh, you're meeting is cancelled. I took off work for this, You bastards. Yep. So it's true. Just look it up many states like Maryland, Nebraska, Missouri, West Virginia and Alabama. Are giving most public employees the day off today. But government workers in some states like California will have to wait a while to feel the effects of the new law, because different states operate differently. And so Neil just have to check with your own individual employer. I could understand why Texas or even Virginia celebrates the holiday because once upon a time Slave states, right? Why is California doing it? Cal because they didn't even look but they didn't even exist. Word of ST Oh, you know, in Hawaii. We really care about hang on. What's it called? June? June T very important to us here in the L. Ohio State. Bring out today Head Walton.
"three black guys" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"I don't live in the past. I mean, I do literally, but you getting points this series actually was produced. I think in 2017 in the UK, and it's just kind of finally made its way across the pond, and it's part of I m d. B T V, which is branded up through Amazon Prime It's six episodes long, which is typical for a British series, and it's a comedy, so it's a little bit lighthearted. But yeah, it's his jazz quartet. It's three black guys in a black girl. And it's important to know that what the races because Time travel back to the twenties, and it's not America. It's it's there's still in London. But, you know, Hey, Racism is kind of universal and does kind of go back many decades for for all different cultures, But it has some really clever bits. It pokes fun at institutional racism while not getting overly preachy or woke about it. It's a whimsical approach to it, and it has a whimsical approach to sort of the different levels of society in terms of monetary wealth. Because they kind of hook up with this brother, sister couple who are The idle rich and that's kind of what they plug into, and they find a little bit of success. And they have temptation in there and you know that sometimes are treated like people sometimes are almost treated like More servants like and it examines that with again, but without like, overly preaching stuff, it's it's more of this whimsical look at racism. As it was in the UK, which is also need to watch from an American perspective because this is another country they're talking about, but they still have a lot of the issues that that we have here. So I mean, this is a clever series, and it's a lot of fun. It's six episodes each a half hour breezes through And it doesn't take itself too seriously. So I got to say I enjoyed the heck out of time wasters. I know there's another season out there, so hopefully they'll import that in the next six months, two years, so I'm going to say time wasters. Totally rocks, rocks. Excellent. You're listening to fat guys at the movies with Kevin Car. Let's talk about the movie Awake, which is on Netflix. A mysterious event causes everyone on Earth to lose the ability to sleep, throwing the world into chaos 15.
The Adam Carolla Show
"three black guys" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Suite squeak. Have you met miss a good friend of mine. Just moving on yeah. That's a good point. Man i i work with a guy named trey and his last name was roundtree. So i'm assuming tree came from roundtree but i never asked around three. Oh yeah. Wow isaac on point today. So he's he's in tune. This guy squeak. I work with said. We're talking about Eating pussy and he said I don't eat nothing. It gets up and walks away when i'm done. There's your pearl. There's a black pearl of wisdom. Call those black pearls. New have never heard that black pearl o. Man with urban dictionary or do that like when my trainer super brother Terry claybon said to me that the fight games about putting faces in seeds. And i didn't correct him. I think he meant fannies. The point is s. Black pearl texas t. So just. I love life man. Either good or butchered words of wisdom would be black pearls like could you be a brother you think them i don i i don't have i don't i don't have the vertical or the foot speed of the hair i do i do have i do have the hair you get the height lot of brothers big guys not fond and my dad brothers big galvanize you'd probably say using the phrase saying fine yeah you're outrage but it made me wonder at that point when some of the other brothers agreed with them with squeaks black pearls of wisdom then made me think is this a fake. I don't know i mean different. Cultures have different opinions. I guess don't well who knows. I don't know what the time you were wondering this. I'm still wondering maybe sure thing. All of your black thing you know there was. There was a jew. Yeah that is for sure stereotype. There's a thing on touch point. Oh or they're having a pie eating contest quote unquote and he's playing us like three black guys and they're like the like not going near it. Oh yeah this is the thing. Yeah yeah they don't they. Don't push magic. You don't do love matching no you think to a trick and no. I think a love hate relationship with magic. Which is i from every video. I've ever seen online so much. Greater reaction whatever whatever david yeah where to black magician it. That's what i wanna know abu. The david blaine. He's not black though. That's a good point. He's sorta honorary tape on this john. David blaine did a thing. He did the limitation thing for me in front of me now wants in front of the bathroom at love line. Was it incredible freak you out. It's this it's really cool. But it's this thing where when they have to do something i like. They don't just stand in front of and level tate. They turn around and get like a three quarter. Turn like if you're standing at at twelve th straight up there facing seven forty five or something and then they then they put their hands up. They start focusing and they start doing it. But it's always kinda like why didn't you. Yeah we had a guy we hit once. It wasn't blamed but he was like was blocked. He's out a puerto rican jewish blaine while he said. I'm going to bend this fork using using philip. And i was like all right. Let me get a four. I brought my own a while. Okay you say just by crate and barrel just grabbed described as super dirty stout your hardest four stainless steel for can either look rather you didn't get here heaviest dirtiest strongest status for eighteen or bust. That's right you can see on section section. Yes when you provide the fork it makes me think maybe there's something with the fork and a little less telepathy but day anyway. Hey gary gary grabbing a fork or something but jerry. I wanted to hear a little bit of The net flicks Yeah No offense is what is called. Where'd you shoot at there. We started down in new orleans man. Ooh it was a little scary because they don't have a regular comedy based fans down there And i mean they had people that had never been to like an auditorium had people because i came from a small town people that have come out of nowhere to see this. I mean they had people thought it was like a sporting event they had a woman. They had a woman yelling literally. Yelich cheering the entire time. Like yelling defense. Like as if like had no idea that a throw roundabout about seven minutes like had no idea what this was. So wow that's scary because it was unique. I've done the he do. Stand up in front of your crowd and it's awesome. Yeah and then you go do some corporate thing or somebody talk to you in a some charity event for the old blue hair society. Or whatever and it ain't the same it ain't the same so filming it. Wow it was a mix. I was a little scared. But i thought well if i never get to do this again at least i get to do it like at home and stuff you know and people cheered weird parts like it would be a joke and everybody's like cheering like like a political statement. It had a little bit of a trump rally feel to it at certain moments. It really really did. Well let's Let's i just told. Gary grab grab few seconds seven so we can hear it tough time at a tough year family stuff you know always man. My uncle just got busted for a thuc.
Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast
"three black guys" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast
"Yeah so we had to do a little mitigation with the fan. So you're actually remove the drywall and and sealed up the cracks in the foundation which allows the fan to work more effectively. Okay that's what we did. Kind of sellers took care of that. Right okay so that got out there. You pivoted from facebook and craigslist to room. Stir and you'll get into rooms field now the third black guy and this is probably the biggest black eye on. Yeah probably about a month in from owning the property There was a massive flood in the basement bathroom and that was directly the bat. That was a bathroom them. Tenant was was using so not only was. I manage seen a full construction project. I was managing expectations with the tenant. So that was that was definitely a challenge but was able to complete that construction. It did take about a month and a half and Yeah i think that silver lining is is is all the good contacts that i developed with managing that construction project. Right away. plumbers drywall. Guys carpet guys You know you name it. I'm much more confident going into my next property. And the and highlight the something. Just like your attitudes i remember aquino your email updates from laura and then it would just be like cringe like how like we just a we. Unfortunately it happens to get the wall hours like you hit the jackpot. Okay you know most appropriate. Then you know there's a certain certain number of hey just stuff happens and just it makes us. We feel bad for you. We full bound a situation but happened. But you always kept a great attitude. Which i think is a big difference maker between people that keep moving four and a half success and not because it's always a win that if you get punched in the face like that and you're at two hotels. Hey this happened. But here's the good news. Here's what's making me ready for the next property. I think that's such an important point to share so taking a step back from that. Why how'd you train your mind set to go there. Because i feel like a lot new investors they they need help on the mindset there what what made you go to that positive space versus going down a dark rabbit's hole morgan. Oh that's just the way you're wired. Yeah i would reference the spreadsheet that we're looking at is the positive outlook. Is you know things do come your way and you just deal with them and you just know that in the long term all this is gonna work out. I did have a flood but it's insurance. Luckily enough you know insurance took care of a lot of it So there was a little bit of a headache there. But i wasn't too much out of pocket financially And yeah like..
860AM The Answer
"three black guys" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Folks are struggling with some kind of paint, some people say. That sound like you? Are you struggling with back neck foot knee? From exercise or just getting older. Just getting up every day and dealing with life that sound like you. You might wanna consider ordering the three week quick start. The doctor to formulate it really factor selected the four best ingredients, each of which are 100% drug free to deal with pain from a different metabolic pathway. 1995. That's less than a dollar a day to see if we can get you out of pain. Then, after that, well less than the cost of a cup of coffee a day to stay out of pain. Over 70% of those who ordered the three week quick start. Go on to order more. Just go to relief after dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 183 84. That's 805 183. 84 I'm sure you've heard about the family of the Texas team that was fatally shot by the police during a wellness check. There's a text I'm in Kansas. You haven't heard about that. Oh, um Family called for a wellness check. Please show up. Routine ends up being Killed. One cop fired his weapon 13 times at this 17 year old. The 17 year old back the minivan out of the family's garage. The cop that is going to be hit. Open fire on this guy. Has happened by the way in 2018. There's some now unseen videos that have surfaced. That I mentioned that the team is is white. Who cares? Steve is in Atlanta, Georgia. Stevie on the Larry Elder Show, Larry Larry. Belated Happy Birthday. Thank you for my For my booster shot of truth today on and keep vaccinating a man, but, uh What? I'm not gonna listen or are, But I'm just curious What the all out crazies that long word for a O. C all out crazy's all outcome. He's all out control freak. What is it that they Say they would have us do rather than intervene in a situation on anyone's behalf, whether they be black, white green purple from Mars. Juvenile, Whatever. What is it that they would have us do? Other than sit idly by because we're white. Well, Steve as the thing Joy Behar pointed out regarding the teenager that was stabbing another teenager, she should have been shot in the arm or the leg that that that's what you're supposed to do. You're not supposed to kill a black person supposed to shoot him in the armor away. David is in Weatherford, Texas. David from the Larry. Oh, the show. Thank you so much for calling. Oh, my goodness. Thank you, Larry. It's a joy talking to you. Um, I was just wondering you're talking about all of these white savior movies, and I was wondering Is it possible that the legend of Bagger Vance would be one of both? You know what, David? I think so. And I'm thinking one of my favorite movies is the sting. But remember that movie Oh, yeah. Now I remember the premise The The reason they did. This thing is because they wanted to avenge the death of this black man who taught Robert Redford. Everything he knew. So this was a white savior movie too. Thank you very much You got it isn't isn't the gladiator with Russell Crowe White slavery movie. If you think about it, didn't he saving the Oh, listen to Every movie, the white slavery movie think James Bond is a white favorite movie. Bond, James shaken, not stirred. And I think in the first movie, Dr No. Doesn't open up with three black guys. Uh, call three blind mice and they're walking around and I think it's something to do with With somehow saving these black people. I'm not quite sure close, but no sooner it's hard to say. Hard to say well starts in the home. You.
"three black guys" Discussed on Brewsing Banter
"Looking at. You need a person who do you reach out you go you. Just sit there and wait for them to come to you. Because i'm going there for one thing. I wanted to drink beer. Your issue is my coat right near saying i'm not thinking about that. I'm all for the good beer. And i feel so i'm coming. How would you make you think the. Add on us and like to meet like saw you know coming from sales and you know you have to level set you know you have to find common ground with someone because coming up. I got dreads somebody from you know. Statesborough georgia this. Why did not trying to hear what i'm saying. You know what i mean. So great ground with him in the middle. I'm also swain's borough fire something that you gotta common with their. And if i got beer in common with you it changes the game so when i come in here talking about the heart talking about your process talking out your portfolio you know now now if colored stone issue that's your problem you know what i mean right right so many things on a problem to their problem. I'm not looking at. You was ready to show something that shows me this value hand but you feel man. I'm i'm taking everybody at face value some of my closest friend all different colors you know gophers creed. Only tastes may be best friends or black white. Got black slate. did that people face value black. He got you job. Rob remember remember. That weren't the only black guy in a brewery. it was just a bunch of white people in the burry. You weren't the only black guy just the opposite way around. it's just a bunch of white. I i mean. I don't triple started off in his game with being on the way i'm always with three black guys when i go into. Y'all know y'all know model to move. Like i knew under one rid along all we all believe. It ain't no jim jim. Kerr was gone. Fuck y'all you get the fuck out. I'm by the xbox hops. Let's see the thing was it. Wasn't that question. I want people like me. I i look at like a conversation. People ask me about it. I have a reputable source reference. Archaeologists like cashable actual information have intellectual conversation of if you wanna be in your bag because you feel we taken from you. Which is the case problem right. Close break here exact. yeah. I only say that because i was going by because i was walking i was like. Is this a pandemic. People are now my goodness. I mean no way to white. What i was the only black person after i left i was like oh i don't think i don't know this question is more come. I think it's cool. That people bring their their outside knowledge and stuff like that of like benny with telling us about bringing her her marketing beer. I'm beats and stuff like that to her. Hurt their brand and you bring in the other connections and and the thing that you learned over the years to to what you're doing as well. I think that's awesome. I.
"three black guys" Discussed on TV Literate
"I'm megan and it's almost valentine's day. It is happy. Valentine's day jillian. Have you done stats on sunday. Which feels kind of an old religious or something it does. It's a little strange i. It doesn't feel like a sunday kind of holiday. You know right yeah matter do on the fourteenth yeah you gotta do you gotta do sunday. It is it's weird that it's like a sunday holiday but also it could be a tuesday holiday which doesn't feel like a tuesday holiday really either. No it doesn't it doesn't. It's like a friday saturday holiday for sure. Yeah yeah why. Don't they make it like the second friday in february. That would be good. Yeah okay. let's start a petition to do that. Okay so yeah. We've had kind of a crazy week this week. We're sorry that this is a couple of days later than we usually have things out but we had like a crazy ice storm and we lost power and it was like a whole thing. Yeah it was wild yes it was. It was not fun. But that's okay because the lights are back on. And i still do know people who don't have power still our friends still don't have power which i- praying for them but yes so we will hopefully get back on our normal schedule next week but we still wanted to grace you guys with our presence a little late sunday better than never right yes. Exactly right so jillian. What have you been watching this week. Oh my god so we've actually been watching a lot of tv this week and it's like yesterday with no power. It was the worst. We couldn't watch tv but with watching house. Obviously still. it's still good. Trash could trauma trash but we've also watching okay so i used to watch this show when it first came out when it was on cable. It's called ghost brothers and it says three black guys who go and do ghost hunting stuff and you've never heard of is really cool. Yeah it's on the discovery plus app. Now i've been trying to catch up with that. Since i watched like the first two episodes and then just kind of like forgot or cancelled. Cable or something. But like yeah. It's really cool as you know. It's a very whitefield it is. I was gonna say. I was just trying to think of all the ghosts shows i've ever watched and i don't think i've like i've never seen a black ghost hunter. I don't think i've seen some ghost hunters of color but never a black one. So like that's awesome. And i liked that that representation out there now and it's really funny because they don't really know much about like witchcraft and ghosts stuff. They're just like we just got these tools and we're going to go and look at stuff and so they'll be like oh. Wow wow that's kind. I kinda like that because it's kind of like almost feels a little unbiased or a little bit more unbiased in the people who are lake. It's gonna be ghost. It's gotta go in like have all this extensive knowledge of stuff. So i like that. I like the idea of kind of just going out and seeing what happens so ghost brothers a super cool also like their first few episodes that i watch their in light kind of historically black places cooler like you know. They're investigating plantations with slave quarters. And i'm like you know they're the only people who should be allowed to do that. Yeah definitely it's it's always a little. I don't know gross watching a plantation ones. When it's like just like white stereotypical ghost hunter. It's just like it makes me feel very uncomfortable. So yeah yeah.
Finding the Judas in Judas and the Black Messiah
"The 19 sixties, Fred Hampton was chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party. He was a rising leader, organizing disparate multi racial groups in Chicago. Until police shot and killed him and another Black Panther member in an early morning raid. There's a new movie about Fred Hampton out this week, it is called Judas and the Black Messiah. It's not a question of ball. It's a non violence is a question of resistance to fascism or non existence within fascism Film got rave reviews after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last week. It's the second feature from director Shaka King who, until this project came along, was on the verge of giving up making feature films altogether. MPR's Andrew Lyne bonked takes it from here. Yes, Judas and the Black Messiah is about Fred Hampton and how he led the Black Panthers in Chicago. But it's also about William O'Neill, the man who infiltrated the Black Panthers in spied on Hampton on behalf of the FBI. Shaka King told me that the Lucas Brothers who co wrote the story, sold the idea to him like this. Their pitch that they laid out was we want to make a movie about Fred Hampton and William O'Neal. That's kind of like the departed the 2006 Martin Scorsese movie Inside the World of Cointelpro, or Counterintelligence program, the 19 sixties project where the FBI infiltrated and disrupted groups like the Black Panthers, and I was like I see it. I'm done. I'm in Judas is a tight, intense movie. Yes, like the departed and other Scorsese type crime movies. It's a long way, though, from King's first feature film newly weeds from 2013. So what you got here? Newly weeds tells the story of a young couple in Brooklyn who smoke a lot of weed where Judas is loud and fast. Really? Weeds is quiet and tender. I'm done. I'm done online. Won't want Wanna hang out. We hang up. Yeah. How are we supposed to go to the Galapagos? If you mind the bag every two minutes. It hits similar beats as movies by other indie darling directors like Joe Swanberg or the Duplass Brothers. The film Independent Spirit Awards even gave King the Someone to watch award after it came out, which came with a $25,000 grant. Not bad for someone fresh out of N Y. U film school. But after that initial fanfare, I was so depressed after making newly weeds and my expectations for the release just not coming to fruition. The movie didn't get much attention outside the festival circuit from agents and distributors, largely because it was a movie with black actors who no one knew on at that time that was deemed worthless. The film's release in 2013 wasn't that long ago, but it was just before what a friend of Kings jokingly dubbed. The Black Excellence Industrial Complex. You're Selma's and Moon Lights and Black Panthers when movie studios realized they could make a lot of money by releasing films by and starring black people. Nearly weeds. Loss of momentum burnt king out on the idea of making another feature film, But he did have an idea for a short rolling around in his head. It was kind of silly kind of outrageous, sweetheart. Lips. Excuse me, miss. It's called Moon Yang's after the Italian slur for black people want heard on the streets of Brooklyn in it, King and two others play these three black guys who talk like they're in the mom movies. King has such a fondness for It was somewhat inspired by King's experience growing up in a mostly black part of Brooklyn, but going to high school in South Brooklyn, where everyone the Irish Americans, Greek Americans, Asian Americans, Jewish Americans, all talks like the Italian American kids, and those kids were Hilarious. They were profane. They were quick witted, and we were not friends put like I could appreciate their sense of humor. The movie is a concise examination of race, gender gentrification. As King's character gets into an argument with his sister over a MetroCard, you did not have a dime. Put 1000 until the white guy comes by and says hi to the sister. Hi. How you doing? How are you? You guys just don't know what both outta here. Oh, Polluted the movie is fun and poignant, and the process reminded King how much he loved making movies. That movie saved me. You saved me. I didn't see that or know that about Shaka. But I could understand, and I could see how that could happen. Charles de King, no relation to director Shocking is the CEO and founder of Macro which since its founding in 2015 has produced movies and TV shows featuring non white people, including Judas and the Black Messiah. It was before the oscarssowhite moment. Of 2015. There's a lot that's happened since then. There is much more of an openness and I think an understanding of the business opportunity there. Which brings us to King today, making a movie about an anti capitalist black radical at a very capitalist Hollywood studio without watering down the politics. The deal is to respect the authenticity. Fred Hampton Jr is the current chairman of the Black Panther Party, Cubs and son of Fred Hampton. He says he and the other Panthers had their guards up when they were approached about this film. The Panthers have long been subjected to propaganda campaigns and misrepresentations. But he says King and the rest of the cast and crew definitely navigated the crossroads between their creative goals and the Panthers. Political ones. Well enough, anyway. Revolutionaries never satisfied. You know, I wish there was more political cartoon. We could've pushed. In a certain point, However, I'll put the people's need before before my needs my wants and desires. For instance, the relationship between Fred Hampton and his partner, Deborah Johnson, was a tricky thing to get right. The poet.
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"Slash get lit. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sasha Rachel Martin. In the 19 sixties, Fred Hampton was chairman of the Illinois Black Panther Party. He was a rising leader, organizing disparate multi racial groups in Chicago until police shot and killed him and another Black Panther member in an early morning raid. There's a new movie about Fred Hampton out this week. It's called Judas and the Black Messiah. It's not a question of all its of Nonviolence is a question of resistance to fascism or non existence within fascist rave reviews after its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival last week, it's the second feature from director from director Shaka King who, until this project came along, was on the verge of giving up making feature films altogether. NPR's Andrew Lyne Bond takes it from here. Yes, Judas and the Black Messiah is about Fred Hampton and how he led the Black Panthers in Chicago. But it's also about William O'Neill, the man who infiltrated the Black Panthers in spied on Hampton on behalf of the FBI. Shaka King told me that the Lucas Brothers who co wrote the story, sold the idea to him like this. Their pitch that they laid out was we want to make a movie about Fred Hampton and William O'Neal. That's kind of like the departed the 2006 Martin Scorsese movie Inside the World of Coolant, Oprah or Counterintelligence Program, the 19 sixties project where the FBI infiltrated and disrupted groups like the Black Panthers, and I was like I see it, I'm done. I mean, Judas is a tight and tense movie. Yes, like the departed and other score says he type crime movies. It's a long way, though, from King's first feature film newly weeds from 2013. So what you got here? Newly weeds tells the story of a young couple in Brooklyn who smoke a lot of weed where Judas is loud and fast. Newly weeds is quiet and tender. I'm done. I'm done online. Won't want Wanna hang out coming up. Do that. How are we supposed to go to the Galapagos? If you're buying a bag every two minutes, it hits similar beats as movies by other indie darling directors like Joe Swanberg or the Duplass Brothers. The film Independent Spirit Awards even gave King D. Someone to watch award after it came out which came with a $25,000 grant. Not bad for someone fresh out of N Y. U film school. But after that initial fanfare, I was so depressed after making newly weeds and my expectations for the release just not coming to fruition. The movie didn't get much attention outside the festival circuit from agents and distributors, largely because it was a movie with black actors who no one knew on at that time that was deemed worthless. The film's release in 2013 wasn't that long ago, but it was just before what a friend of Kings jokingly dubbed. The Black Excellence Industrial complex. You're Selma's and moonlights and Black Panthers when movie studios realized they could make a lot of money by releasing films by and starring black people. Nearly weeds. Loss of momentum burnt king out on the idea of making another feature film, But he did have an idea for a short rolling around in his head. It was kind of silly kind of outrageous, sweetheart. Flips. Excuse me, miss. It's called Moon Yang's after the Italian slur for black people want heard on the streets of Brooklyn in it, King and two others play these three black guys who talk like they're in the mom movies. King has such a fondness for It was somewhat inspired by King's experience growing up in a mostly black part of Brooklyn, but going to high school in South Brooklyn, where everyone the Irish Americans, Greek Americans, Asian Americans, Jewish Americans, all talks like the Italian American kids, and those kids were Hilarious. They were profane. They were quick witted, and we were not friends put like I could appreciate their sense of humor. The movie is a concise examination of race, gender gentrification. As King's character gets into an argument with his sister over a MetroCard, you did not have anything. Put 1000 or.
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"The ESPN after Action Channel 80 and some against us by to hang out with us. They're here, thanks to the Goodyear Hotline. So we got the Super Bowl Participants are gonna be known in about two weeks and two days because we have championship weekend this weekend on the end of seaside Green Bay versus Tampa Bay. On the FC side you have buffalo versus Kansas City, and those were really minor stories in the NFL, especially comes to coaching hires, including the Atlanta Falcons, bringing in off the Smith was bringing a man who played for that team. The Atlanta Falcons, part of his NFL career. He is the host of the H D Connection. A great job by Harry Douglas, one wide receiver in the NFL. He is here on Freddie Fitzsimmons. I'm going to start because a little birdie Harry whispered in my ear known as my producer Chris Mitchell, that you and Arthur Smith have been good friends for more than a minute. So what kind of man are the Atlanta Falcons getting with their new head coach? Well, First of foremost, they're getting a stand up guy and I had the pleasure of being coached by Arthur. When I first went to Tennessee in 2000 and 15. He was on the staff. There. We develop a relationship that we still carry today and I just think the Falcons did a great job within this higher because one thing I know about Arthur's that he's always trying to grow every day. He's always trying to be the best coach. I was trying to be the best man that he could be. Hey demands excellent. Right. But he also is the type of coast and listen to his players listens to his coaches always trying to figure out the best. What's what's best for the team was best for the organization was best for the office. And that's the kind of person that you that you will, um, as your head coach for Atlanta Falcons organization. I grew up in Atlanta. So to have Arthur Smith, that kind of guy and need to know him personally be the vehicle to let us out is a bonus in the plus. And there's been a lot of big offensive names that came through this coaching cycle is from the play Calling perspective Toe overall offensive philosophy is what kind of philosophy does he bring to a team that is trying to rebuild? Right now? We don't know about Matt Ryan's future. We don't know if Julio Jones is going to be on the trading block. So what is he walking into? And what can his offensive philosophy do for this Falcons team? Well, I'll tell you this. I know. One of the things that Arthur Smith loves to do is the play action and to be efficient in the play action game, Courtney, you have to be able to run the ball successfully. That's why I thought it was a great higher for the Falcons because they struggle the last two years actually running the football successfully. So you bring anarchist Smith, another area that they struggled with last year. And the year before was red Zone and you look at artist Smith at the office, according to front of Tennessee Titans last year, the year before, there were top five in the red Zone both years. And when you have a guy who can give you a solid or put you in the best position for the run game to be solid, and that play action game is running, and we see what Kyle Shanahan does. That's the thing about are his office is a little bit of Madeleine. Flora. Cash. Shanahan a little bit of Mike malarkey, a little bit of stuff that he's picked up on in years past, so He's integrated all these things into one offense, and when you look at the layout doctor's office you had met Ryan. A lot of people said his teachers unknown, but the cat hit That he that the Falcons would take. If he's not. There is gonna be huge. So that's another thing that you have to take into consideration. I think the same thing with Julio the day of money would be so much But hopefully both of those guys can stay. There is not it is what it is. I know one thing that Terry part, though, and Arthur Smith, they're going to do what's best for the focus organization. In any decision that those two guys make you have to live with, because you look at the body of work. Both of those guys who put in you look at cherry partner the year he the years he was at with the New Orleans Saints. Look at the teams that they have been assembled while he while he was there under that organization, you look at Arthur Smith. Look at all the things that he had had done with the Tennessee Titans when he got his opportunity, so the decision that those two guys make People. They're gonna have to live with them because I'll tell you this. I'm heavily involved in football, and I'm going to trust the decision that those 22 guys make 100% breast up by Harry Douglas played 10 years in the National Football League, now host of HD Connection him on Twitter. Aged August 83 joining Freddie Coleman and Courtney Cronin and Freddie efforts, Simmons and ESPN radio. When I say Eric, the enemy offensive coordinator, cancel the chief is still without a head coaching job. What does Harry Douglas say? That's a shame. Necessary. On. I'm trying to put my head around to wrap my head around it because it's none of it makes sense to me right because Uh, not that people say is that he doesn't call plays right? But did any other guys that came before him? Calm places he knows. So it's Z kind of those things where We need to get out of this month, but nothing is gonna change it. So the owners make the decision to change, right? Nothing is gonna change until the head coaches that are hired hire guys in these positions. Um, T move forward. That's one of things I like about Arthur Smith. When I'm looking at some of the guys that he's hired if I'm not mistaken, I think he's hired two or three black guys already on this coaching staff and one of them being a quarterback's coach..