19 Burst results for "Three Black Guys"

"three black guys" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:08 min | 6 months ago

"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.

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"three black guys" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 6 months ago

"three black guys" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Do you know that the world media thought that Kyle rittenhouse shot three black guys? You come somebody a white supremacist, you must assume that he's targeting black people, right? Listen to Glenn greenwald, on Fox News the other night, talking he lives in Brazil interestingly enough. So when you see Glenn greenwald, the independent journalist on Tucker Carlson are on TV. He's coming to you from, I think Rio de Janeiro, but not mistaken. He doesn't live here in the United States. He watches the world media. Listen to Glenn greenwald's analysis of the way the world media covered the Kyle rittenhouse case. If you rely on the media, you should feel betrayed, you know, I'm somebody before I was a journalist who worked as a lawyer inside courtrooms for more than a decade. So I knew that it's very difficult to cast a judgment about an event this complex without seeing the evidence at trial. So I waited before forming a judgment. And when I did sit down to watch the trial, I was infuriated that everything I had been taught to believe about what happened here by the media was radically different than the facts of the case as they developed. And Dan, I don't know if you've seen this, but multiple media outlets around the world, like the biggest ones in Brazil in Holland in the UK have all repeatedly reported that the people that Kyle rittenhouse killed were black because they were misled by the American media who kept saying this was a white supremacist on a terrorist hunt and therefore they naturally presumed because they were deceived also by the American media that his victims were black. Isn't that incredible that actual media outlets around the world reported that Kyle rittenhouse shot black people? The three people he shot were white.

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World Media Thought Kyle Rittenhouse Shot 3 Black People... He Did Not

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:55 min | 6 months ago

World Media Thought Kyle Rittenhouse Shot 3 Black People... He Did Not

"Do you know that the world media thought that Kyle rittenhouse shot three black guys? You come somebody a white supremacist, you must assume that he's targeting black people, right? Listen to Glenn greenwald, on Fox News the other night, talking he lives in Brazil interestingly enough. So when you see Glenn greenwald, the independent journalist on Tucker Carlson are on TV. He's coming to you from, I think Rio de Janeiro, but not mistaken. He doesn't live here in the United States. He watches the world media. Listen to Glenn greenwald's analysis of the way the world media covered the Kyle rittenhouse case. If you rely on the media, you should feel betrayed, you know, I'm somebody before I was a journalist who worked as a lawyer inside courtrooms for more than a decade. So I knew that it's very difficult to cast a judgment about an event this complex without seeing the evidence at trial. So I waited before forming a judgment. And when I did sit down to watch the trial, I was infuriated that everything I had been taught to believe about what happened here by the media was radically different than the facts of the case as they developed. And Dan, I don't know if you've seen this, but multiple media outlets around the world, like the biggest ones in Brazil in Holland in the UK have all repeatedly reported that the people that Kyle rittenhouse killed were black because they were misled by the American media who kept saying this was a white supremacist on a terrorist hunt and therefore they naturally presumed because they were deceived also by the American media that his victims were black. Isn't that incredible that actual media outlets around the world reported that Kyle rittenhouse shot black people? The three people he shot were white.

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"three black guys" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:50 min | 11 months ago

"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.

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"three black guys" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

KPRC 950 AM

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"three black guys" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"three black guys" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

06:29 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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"three black guys" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

Say What Needs Saying

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"three black guys" Discussed on Say What Needs Saying

"These cases hunting here that individuals were describing to me the basis. And i was like if i were to use poor misguided judgment with no factual basis. I'm thinking of three black guys in there. I think they're going to nod their head. Listen and do all the proper in and responsible things as jer and make that men guilty. Because there's just there's just something about it. And it's just like and i and i get the role of a lawyer. How they say this. Their job is to make their client happy. Del do what you gotta do. Play the performance. It's literally a play. Do what you wanna do. But he has to go to jail with as it will cause bedlam. We'll still. I'm glad he's in jail or unfortunately i. I'm actually really glad that you brought that up. Because i kind of felt that a little bit. I'm like i think they just made him guilty. And i didn't want to say it. I didn't want to say it. Because i felt bad about that. I i hold that the justice system did the right thing but in the back of my head. I'm like i mean he is guilty clearly. But i mean when you when you when you get into a courtroom. There's things you have to follow. You can't there's no emotion there right. It's this this this and this and i was. I was super worried that it wasn't gonna go that way and then when it did. I was actually shocked. Did you watch the trial did you. Did you guys watch the trial. I do not get involved in a brief recaps of it. I didn't watch it. You know long segments by any means that i. I watched parts of it i. I watched a bit at the beginning and then a bit at the end. mostly i. Actually i actually feel pretty substantially different than brandon. I think I think the i agree with a lot of what you guys were saying about the the the public sentiments potentially influencing the case. I think the two there are two separate questions in the first is that is there sufficient evidence that he was guilty or not guilty of a rather that he was guilty of the charges and then the second question is whether justice was served whether whether he actually retained his right to due process justice and equal treatment and all that i think that so as far as the charges go i was out outside of the potential influences on the jury in all of that i was actually kinda surprised by the results. I think that the way that the system works is right. It's beyond a reasonable doubt. And i think that you can show. I think that there is a case that can be made that can show beyond a reasonable doubt that he is guilty of manslaughter. Yeah i think with the evidence that was presented. It's hard to say beyond a reasonable doubt that he had either intent to perform felony assault or intend to kill. Or whatever. And i think that murder. It's hard for me to say. Truly that with beyond a reasonable doubt that he is actually guilty of it so as far as the ruling goes. I was a bit surprised. I think that you know the it would have been just manslaughter as far as the influences. Though i just think that there's there's there are too many potential factors right now for me to be confident in saying that justice was served. I mean you had people like if we're just focusing on during and after the trial you had people like maxine waters talking about the case you had people like joe biden who even after even though he wait until the the jury was was deliberating every one of them had their fucking sell smartphone..

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"three black guys" Discussed on TV Literate

TV Literate

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"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.

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Finding the Judas in Judas and the Black Messiah

Morning Edition

07:02 min | 1 year ago

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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"three black guys" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"three black guys" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"three black guys" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"three black guys" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

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Women activities, but protesting you just fine. And there's obvious reasons why you didn't see this anywhere on the Main street. Not a thing. Maybe on Fox, maybe. Maybe. Yeah, maybe. Maybe. Maybe there's a lot of good stuff in these hearings that we plan the show that never gets anywhere. I harbor bad feelings towards found there's a lot of people I know. And I wanted to friends who died of these horrible treatments that he was. Democracy is responsible for killing people, but they won't deliver nothing. Good. The fact we put so much trust in him is just irks him to me. Well, yeah, What He's definitely got the Ah, Which jerks and of Trump, apparently of things, you moan and groan about it. About the popularity of 1000 compared to Trump himself. That's that's wrestler stuff. That's just wrestler stuff. Momenta. Good observation. Lee got that gene, That's for sure. Because he was in the W W E for all practical purposes. Yes, Moe, I don't know anything about rest. I know a little bit, but he actually on the show yesterday, he went into a lot of the parallels between were really trumps history with wrestling. And when you take that into account, and really you don't have to focus that much. He's no. He's playing the hell he's playing the bad hell. He's got his every single. The same, but it's the same show. When you think about it. Well, there is definitely a lot of showmanship. Winning unfortunate lot of people have not seen any of his speech. They refused to know they're scary. I would recommend you've never seen a trump speech, Go back and watch one of a rally around a rally speech around rally. It's not a speech, per se is more of a rally a pep rally and Trump goes up during ad Libs, usually about an hour, sometimes longer. I start off short he was, I think is in 2016 2015 2016. He was he could only do about 35 minutes. They got to an hour, then Denny rewritten Deac. Tebow's two or three times. And it's highly entertaining. And it's everybody all jacked up and it's all presented. Mr was always a couple of blondes behind him wearing the red hat to get the big smile. You don't even know if they're attractive, but they get this huge smile. And there's always about three black guys right behind him to. It's it's all staged its actually. Well done. Ah is always pointed his Mussolini look to the left. Little ride left shit shoves his chin up. It looks like Mussolini the vest, and I mean, it's just unbelievable to watch these these presentations. They're just so Slake completely different from Obama, but justice valid when it comes to entertainment value. Oh, it totally different in Obama. And, of course, and then after the break, we'll have the our friend bite in who come out of the basement for one talk in a place he didn't parent know where. Iwas And we have clips of that is sure there's a lot of short clips on love. 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"three black guys" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"three black guys" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Numerous new you will would. You. Shop, that's ready to a very abbreviated edition. His shop talk because Jones took too long to get, too. That's okay now. This is the segment where we discussed something that happened outside turn. We're older sports and today's big trending story involves space. You're going out of this world space x was planning to launch the first ever manmade space launch since two thousand eleven by the United States unfortunately bad weather couldn't do as they've postponed. Until may thirtieth, but it got me thinking guys had the opportunity. To go to space. Would you go rob Parker you already know I'm a black man to Antarctica. You know I'm going to space. Yeah I heard. Rob's looking for a direct flights to Uranus. That's not true or I don't know. I was just curious. If those reports are not high falls, I, I have I have zero interest in going to space. Nothing out. There impresses me I. Don't need to see the big dipper. The little dipper I don't need to see the rings of Saturn. Of. It and I'm not even entirely sure that we did land on the moon wrong. I'm just saying I need answers first and until. Evidence. Because? They don't have a Taco Bell. Rob What about to hell? No Ain't going to space. I can barely swim. You want me to go to outer space. You crazy. I would be on the first flight. I'm. A man I jump plane I went skydiving. I'm good. I don't need to go to space. Rob Parker I. Hope that their seats of on that spaceship for two because I be sitting right next to go all the way to the top and see what's going on above there, so we can come back and be like. Hey, Yo flatter Thursday, news by Right Rob Parker so full of crap he won't. He won't walk into a liquor store if if the Diet Pepsi prices are up. But he's going to go all the way to space. GimMe a break. It's now. Let me, let me peel back. The curtain we discussed is off the earlier. Rob Parker sent me a text. He's all hey. I was the third black guy in an article. I'm definitely going to be the first one in space. Are To do this topic all right we're going to do. seriously. I want to be that guy. Are you kidding me way? There's no Wi fi up here. A shot. How about good pose a picture on the Graham? Out Kidding who took a picture with me in this rock? By the way you see, but you see the latest instagram picture from. Rob Park Hotel us, he's got this look on his FA-. To crap your pants like. What are you doing I? Was Win a Negro League. The homestead grays I wanNA play the majors. Look, said the Poop poop kings here believable your this is a banner performance by Rob, Parker all in honor of his dear friends with the Detroit Pistons. He's been washing.

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"three black guys" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"three black guys" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Autozone DOT com today to start your job fast. Get in the zone autozone rundown. It's time for this league. Numerous will it would've about you shop. That's ready to a very abbreviated edition. His shop talk because Jones took too long to get to. That's okay now. This is the segment where we discussed something that happened outside turn. We're older sports and today's big. Trending story involves space. You're going out of this world space. X was planning to launch the first ever manmade space launch since two thousand eleven by the United States. Unfortunately bad weather couldn't do as they've postponed until may thirtieth but it got me thinking guys had the opportunity to go to space. Would you go rob Parker? You already know. I'm a black man to Antarctica. You know I'm going to space. Yeah I heard Rob's looking for a direct flights to uranus that's not true or I don't know I was just curious if those reports are not high falls I I have. I have zero interest in going to space. Nothing out there impresses me. I don't need to see the big dipper the little dipper. I don't need to see the rings of Saturn any of it and I'm not even entirely sure that we did land on the moon wrong. I'm just saying I need answers. I and until evidence because they don't have a Taco Bell. Rob What about to hell? No Ain't going to space. I can barely swim. You want me to go to outer space you crazy. I would be on the first flight. I'm a man I jump plane. I went skydiving. I'm good I don't need to go to space rob Parker. I hope that their seats of on that spaceship for two. Because I be sitting right next to go all the way to the top and see what's going on above there so we can come back and be like a Yo flatter Thursday news by right Rob Parker so full of crap. He won't he won't walk into a liquor store if if the Diet Pepsi prices are up but he's going to go all the way to space. GimMe a break. It's now let me let me peel back. The curtain we discussed is off the earlier. Rob Parker sent me a text. He's all hey third black guy in an article. I'm definitely going to be the first one in space are to do this topic. All right we're going to do serious. I want to be that guy. Are you kidding me way? There's no Wi fi up here a shot. How about good pose a picture on the Graham out kidding with me in this rock by the way you see but you see the latest instagram picture from Rob Park Hotel us. He's got this look on his FA- take your crap your pants like what are you doing? I was win a Negro League Jersey. The homestead grays. I WANNA play. The majors look said the poop. Poop kings here believable. Your this is a banner performance by Rob Parker all in honor of his dear friends with the Detroit Pistons. He's been washing.

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"three black guys" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"three black guys" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You see three black guys walking down the street in your original one and three is somebody ought to avoid full somebody said there are you kidding me well somebody said something like that now the last several months my fellow Salem talk show host and I've been speaking all across the country what we've called the war for America's soul tour thousands attended but these events were sold out so we filmed two nights in Sacramento and in Tampa you can now watch the events on demand even buy the DVD it's a front row seat to watch my fellow Salem talk show host Dennis Prager Mike Gallagher Hugh Hewitt's bathroom Cork up even Michelle Malkin was there and me to watch it now go to watch Salem media dot com that's watch Salem media dot com rate is here in southern California Hey ray how you doing your work going great Hey are would like to Gorazde right on you could be funnier but I can't hold it together that much you're officially died we're never gonna let you live this down I thought that the five minute lady cook great lady called and you're over work there yeah your car's a global card wireless charger on the highways we're going to put you we're going to restrict you from being off ever to go for the saturation of factors he's inspired to go to you for for thank you for the call I appreciate it Tim is in Louisville Kentucky Tim you're on the Larry on the show thank you so much for calling thank you Tim anybody I listened the morning and I'll listen to he hear it then I listen to Mike Gallagher then Hollis and and there's Prager and Sean Hannity amassing Cork but Monday is the best when I get to listen you buddy wow what him thank you very much for that that's awfully nice of you all right most people never heard of Qasim stolen money five years ago the BBC did a piece called the is this a rainy in the most powerful man in Iraq it aired September twenty three two thousand fourteen we'll play some of it in the stifling heat of August Kurdish forces battled the jihadists of Islamic state it was here in July Allah less than a hundred miles from Baghdad the peshmerga halted the I. S. advance the Kurds backed by US air.

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"three black guys" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"three black guys" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"This nineteen ninety nine I remember that so like sun came out of the game and I remember thinking this like such a long time or what yeah I know and I remember dancing that on new year's eve of nineteen ninety nine he danced to that did I like to think that yeah what I mean not by myself why did I mean I I dance to a two and three black guys got the biggest kick out of it that never seen two black guys laugh I bet as hard as those two guys I believe it is the old man that is a white man trying to I think if well yeah and all those things okay all right I'm I'm always been to put a question mark when responding do you want to kiss my but no I didn't know that's a question is no I was actually respond to a nice email so where we going now all my gosh OMG look at all the stories we have of course you've heard manifold has been hospitalized they're going to kill this guy in in prison is what they're gonna end up doing well there are couple of polls that you remember yesterday what our troubles seemed so far away we had a fox news poll the liberal media going nuts all and look faction news says that the majority of people they want to impeach the president well now ladies and gentleman in the wacky world we live in there's a new CNN poll of polls as with big what is it like show of shows we had a poll of polls that's really called the C. N. N. poll of polls what is it like living you know just forget shut all the other polls that is the only one account forty six percent believe trump should be impeached this is a CNN poll more people think he should not be impeached and think you should forty nine percent dealt the poll of polls includes national polling conducted between December fourth and fifteen by telephone and in averages results among registered voters across the polls the newest poll from ABC in The Washington Post on Tuesday morning found forty eight percent of registered voters want Congress to impeach and remove trump from office just above where CNN's recent poll out Monday night found support for impeachment to and removal of forty five percent supporting us support for impeachment removing president Nixon was similar to this level in the spring of nineteen seventy four according to a Harris poll with similarly worded questions and take over in the majority support for impeachment June of that year Nixon resigned in August but of course there was a crime committed there once people understood that there had been a break and then the Knicks and the been covering up that was a different story there is no crime here folks no crime no time we got no time for no crime you want to find a crime come back and talk to.

"three black guys" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"three black guys" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"You the more I believe you're a fictional character because it was about that sure you you grew up kind of rough in London yeah I went through the foster care system a lot and everything and then I end up go and ended up in a boarding school really I when I was eleven the school I went to was Wilson whole school and it was like subsidized so older kids from the hood from the really bad places of of London and broken homes what kind of stuff and the school the buildings look like some out Harry potter running but without the magic of the movies robots but we would like literally living Harry potter and the education I gone was amazing I felt every cross but when I would go to get a job in England as soon as I saw the school who will win yes this will take you like the kids in the rough neighborhood yeah I felt like you know the English version of fresh prince from Bella so Alex Toth when when did you start singing I actually started music what I what I got kicked out my house when I was sixteen years old for becoming a more really so yeah this is not I mean so Alex you're in New England yes did some guys on bicycles right up and talk to you okay how did you learn from it it's an American well I used to work at McDonald's I'm going home I'm like Sweden everything working right Donald's name thing I turn up when walking to my doorstep or walk up and what did I see two sister missionaries smiling the thing there was some fourteen hall in a sense of humor so anyway I will do it hi I've heard a lot of reasons for converting to Mormonism but that was never been one of the so if you say we could be here all day but eventually you decided to leave London and you came to Salt Lake City yes you are and yeah and you joined the Mormon tabernacle choir yeah yeah I was there for eight years my men have this manage it in such a hostile right so after I left the quiet left about four years ago and he said this is how we had publicize made sense Alex boy eight was the first black lead singer of the Mormon tabernacle I was going to ask you how in the course of the injured people how you would stand out but I guess I know three this three black guys in the car when I was in the choir yeah we see collections three pieces of licorice in a sea of marshmallows what what is it like singing in the course of three hundred people can I tell you when you are singing with three hundred sixty people in a spiritual sense sing about god telling you man save my life really really and in a way that you're performing with boy bands prior to that did not always you had a boy you must be so many like things that only you have done from having a boy band that opened for in sync and the Backstreet boys I'll bend the budget was opened up for us yeah in Cardiff in nineteen ninety five I believe and this was when we only had one hit and in the backseat was came and they were the first boy band ever with old this thing is could actually sing my group so four of us right yeah and only one of us could see and that was me right right so I'll go into the studio record all my really and then we get on stage and not turn over there Mike soft all my boys Mazen don't know I'm not gonna tell you could you could look it up did you know that they know that nobody could hear them no because they started to talk to their voices so we just turn the marks of four told the engine is the term that myself so they didn't know to this they don't we are the best singers in the world this is like that thank the officer of the Mormon tabernacle.

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"three black guys" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:09 min | 3 years ago

"three black guys" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Be mistaken identity there. Thanks for filling in. Are you is this your last day for now for now Gallagher this weekend? I am not. Oh, this is a great weekend. I'm thanks. She does a great job Lucia Daniels Kelly, you know we were talking about this a little bit off the year. Let me preface please hear my words don't, don't insert things that you think I think that I'm not saying racism bed, we have to we have to kill it, whenever we possibly can racism bad. But I'm I'm not even so sure this is actually a story, although it's out there was at a time union. There's a controversy involving the Gilman school district, and somebody dropping an end bomb. And so there was a group text that was going on among players on the varsity basketball team. And there was something that was put in the yearbook disparaging comments about the basketball team, put into the yearbook, and so they were discussing it in the group tax, and they were joking around around about whether they should jump the guy who had posted the kind of black joke about the boys basketball team. Someone else later in the conversation throughout the N word, so unscreened capped it and put it out there. So now there is some controversy over racism and the use of the word, and it's interesting because the district says, you know, it's a high priority for us. We, we don't tolerate this diverse community and cetera et cetera. But here's my question. It didn't take place on school property on school time. It was in a private group chat again. I'm not saying the word is okay. Not, not, okay, Sam clearly, but should they face disciplinary action? I wasn't posted to Facebook. It wasn't posted to Twitter intentionally. I mean I don't know where it was relating. But again, it was a private group text. So the thing is we don't know right now. The district won't come on confirm that it's even basketball players and they won't say what consequences if any, so they're not so, and that kind of in that context. As far as the fficials school punishment. I don't know from what I know, but he, I would think probably no punishment would. I don't know that I think there should be. I mean, I certainly don't condone the use of the language at all. No. But it also was in a private conversation. To me, my take away is I it's just disappointing. I just don't realize I just see that the stuff is still out there. You know, it's just it's just this appointing me to be naive, but I didn't think people use the N word anymore. But I know better people do, unfortunately, we have an update another involving educational institution and race. We talked earlier this week about this incident. Oberlin college in Ohio long story short couple years ago. There was a big incident at this well known bakery in town. Little family owned operation. Three black students go into the bakery. Then the owner comes out and accuses them stuff. And no holds one to the ground long story. Short, the students accused the bakery of racial profiling because they were three black guys and the school immediately jumps to the defense of the three students, the school itself starts a petition drive, the they cut they cut the school. They cut the bakery on any business on campus. They basically trying to shut him down ruin their business. Well as it turns out, it turns out that one of the three kids, try to buy booze with the fake ID was underage and shoplifted shoplifted wine and these kids admitted to shoplifting. And so the, the, the owners at a bakery, will not, we're not involved in racial profiling, they profiled shoplifters who actually stole from them. And so then, so the, you know, of course, all the time that has passed since the original incident, people are hating on the bakery, and try to shut them down and hurting their business. They sued, they, I guess there were rumors that they were offered a set. They said no way you keep your money. We want the truth out there. And we talked earlier this week, a jury awarded him eleven million dollars, then they had to decide on damages they could triple the damages. Well, we found out yesterday. They, they triple the damages. They say overland college bakery, thirty-three million dollars. Yeah. So that seems like Justice was done here. And again, what we what are we saying racism, terribly bad racial profiling unacceptable? But can we at least before he tried to ruin somebody's life and their livelihood? We get the fact straight before we shut them down and Ogle Poland college thirty three million. You were saying earlier this morning up tuition increase, maybe. Yeah. I don't think insurance is going to cover that hold thirty three million. This is this is a really interesting story people ask me sometimes why love my job so much. It's for stories like this in this respect. This story is not important really. But it's probably the best story, we have today and we get to talk about it. There's a valedictorian in California Natalie, Burs her name. And she took this opportunity shoes as valedictorian giving the commencement her commencement speech at the commencement exercises. And she, she started off by conventionally thanking her parents, and she ran down a long list of teachers by name thanking them for the great job, they did. And then she took out the heavy artillery. She started with guidance counselor. Can I count.

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"three black guys" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"three black guys" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Like tore me apart. Like, I was like one of the great sports thing I've ever seen. You know, Brock Obama says a letter to the. Yeah. Like like this to care civil like, Barack Obama's letters like this. This is this is this is not like, it's it's very interesting to think about like. How you want to be remembered like the, you know, like thinking in the future, but like to actually have had that type of impact. And have it be connected to your artistry. Because I don't like I like the thing is like it wasn't like his like the stuffy wrapped about also reflected without a did in real life. It wasn't like like he had these two different worlds. You listen to victory lap. And I'm like, I'm ready to go like climb a mountain news. 'cause like it's it's it's extremely like. Pro pro yourself pro your community pro everything. And and so, yeah, I mean, I just I really it's interesting. How see think like fifty years ago Ali confide, and they had that big press conference. When Russell Jim Brown Kareem who is then Lewis center, they all came and came out to support him. And it was as big moment. There's like an iconic photo from it. But it was the sport. Figures come together and never really happened before. And I think fifty years later, it wouldn't just happen with sports now. It's like sports the sports community music community are so intertwined now. And I think that's something. That's happened. The last. I don't know fifteen years probably where and it started. With a lot of hip hop artist rappers dropping athletes names and songs his and then they started hanging out. And then it was like the culmination was the whispered twenty twenty twenty. Yeah. Like, you swear that that made sense. It would have made no sense twenty years ago. It'd been weird. Yeah. But now it's like it just feels like there are kind of aligned they all know each other will also the everyone knows each other everyone's moving and sort of the same circles. Everybody wants the same thing everyone. Everyone wants to say this. I think one thing about social media that has changed offer section of celebrity, ilise market my perception and people around me that I know is that when you know, more people you ask more of them too. Yeah. Right. So so like it it's like for a lot of us now. We love the music that people are putting out we love what they're doing on the football field on the basketball court the two or three black guys that play major league baseball. Like when we we love all of that shed at to the shadow to them like we we love all of that stuff that that they're doing. But we also want to see people that I've been powered in this way have a very very strong foothold in these communities. They come from. And these guys to be honest with you are leading, by example. Yeah, LeBron James is leading by example, Damian Lillard is leading by example. Kevin Durant is leading by example with what they're doing. And they understand the responsibility that they have and buying large. I'm inspired, by the way, a lot of them. You know are living up to it. And and really there some of the people that we should be talking about as well when we talk about these conversations, we shouldn't they'll be all about who's famous, and who can do the most because there are a lot of people out there that are scrambling together donations to to to do things like this. They need us more. We should be within more. But these guys are the like minded nip was probably like minded with res-q broken LeBron and all of these guys, I know he was with with LeBron. So they talk about strategies to help. And then they go on the execution..

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