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A deep dive into American Thanksgiving
"Four hundred years ago a ship pulled up on the shores of cape cod mass sits. The merchant ship wasn't carrying. It's normal cargo of dry goods and wine this time it carried more than one hundred people people seeking religious freedom and a new way of life seeking a new world but the world they found across the ocean wasn't new. It was his oldest people who lived there the wont people the people of the first light. It was as old as the corn beans and squash. They grew and as old as the songs they sang. This week on unreserved. You've probably heard about the first meal the pilgrims in native american shared so today. We're going deeper into that history and finding out more about the walnut people and how that votes arrival changed everything. This year to commemorate the arrival of the mayflower celebrations were planned in the united states. Womp dog people were consulted in the lead up to the mayflower four hundred events. This time they wanted their history and truths at the forefront and to examine what it meant when the mayflower landed on this side of the ocean. Things weren't unfolding in exactly the same way in plymouth. England when art historian stephanie. Pratt was invited to advise on an art piece. That was going to celebrate the mayflower voyage. She decided to help correct. Its course and in doing so. She brought clarity to the conversation about the mayflower in. A part of the world were indigenous. History is not as well known. We've reached her at her home in devon england. Stephanie welcome to the show. Hi there so this project you advised on a part of your involvement with mayflower. Four hundred Massive program events mostly in the uk To mark the mayflower voyage. That happened four hundred years ago. So how did you get involved with mayflower four hundred well as sort of a a slow buildup i suppose i began probably in about twenty eighteen to advise on what was called the educational committee or the the educational program for mayflower for hundred and i kind of was snuck in by a friend of mine his name is danny riley and he is probably wanted to spearhead people along with his wife angeles sherlock who have really been very critical of the whole process. The help build up the complete while what they would call sanitizing of history. And so you had some reservations about taking on this role. Can you can you tell us why. That was why i think danny himself said you know this is gonna be kind of a poisoned chalice because You know that you're going to be helping. Make them feel better about what they're doing. And so i know that you were part of shaping. A massive art installation near where the mayflower would have departed plymouth. england near where you are today and it's a. It's a sculpture of lights that spells out the words. No news world's Can you tell me about that sculpture. Well the the artists that were involved in that sculpture. They're called still moving. And they've known each other for many years and i think when the first Announcement of ding for art projects under the mayflower umbrella came up. These guys took advantage but they admitted to me later on that they at the beginning had really no idea what the mayflower was. What it what it represented certainly not what representative indigenous peoples north america. So they were told at the beginning. You know you have to be careful with this but what they came up with was the idea that they would have in lights. The words the new world and they presented that to locals in plymouth. some of whom were very critical and said no. You cannot absolutely cannot do that but you need to talk to stephanie. So they came up to exeter where i live and asked me about it and my very first reaction was says. No that's ridiculous. You absolutely cannot say the new world what are you talking about. There never was a new world. We live on one planet. This is what it is. You know trying to teach little kids. I guess that's how i felt and And they were very very grateful and they listened and luckily they had another idea which was to put up a changing sign or changing signed edge. Which would move between the words new worlds no new worlds no world and so forth so they had several iterations they would use and i said yes. That's that's the one you need to go with.
Gates: The U.S. isnt helping get a COVID vaccine to the rest of the world
"Many organizations are working toward a covid nineteen back scene but even once it's discovered, we'll still have to manufacture and distribute it around the world that is a big incredibly complicated and expensive task. But ultimately, it may be the only way out of a crisis that has devastated the global economy and according to a progress report from the gates. Foundation has actually reversed progress towards poverty education and carrying diseases that report is out now. And Foundation Co Chair Bill Gates joins me today for the first of three conversations. I asked him about the scale of the vaccine distribution problem. Well, the European countries have stepped up here we don't have enough yet to buy for the entire world. The US is kind of unusual. It's funded a lot of RND that is helping move candidates forward, but it's only funded manufacturing procurement for itself and so is the Congress looks at. No Supplemental Bill. The historical leadership that the US. Global health whether it's smallpox eradication an issue polio. Congress will step up as yet. It's been a no show on this. How frustrating isn't I wonder I? Mean you're personally funding factories that are all working on a vaccine. You're you're sort of trying to organize this extra governmental effort. WOMP certainly talking to the Congress about their great history that they're rightly proud of on a bipartisan basis of how the USA showed up here. The benefits are stronger than ever because even from a selfish point of view at stopping the epidemic returning But strategically, and from a humanitarian point of view we should do what we've always done. Help save these lives and help try to get things back on track the. Report shows that not just the deaths from Cova, but also the disruption to the economy, the schools, the health system causing gigantic setbacks even far more deaths than the disease itself is causing in the US you mean globally, mostly globally, their health systems far more fragile their ability to come up and borrow a lot more money at the government level isn't the same as what the US can do. So they're suffering far more. One thing that is a priority of the foundation it sounds like is is equity overall, and in this case, equitable distribution of this successful vaccine. Tell me about the role of manufacturing and shortages around manufacturing. That could make that a big challenge well, a number of the candidates including Astra. Zeneca Novak's Johnson and Johnson and snuffy can be made at very low cost and very high volume, and so we've set up arrangements where. Not. Just the company that invents the vaccine and supervises the trials but also other companies who have high volume manufacturing capacity can take exactly that same vaccine and produce billions of doses so that you get many factories getting up to speed ideally were getting over billion doses out in twenty, twenty one and enough to end the epidemic and twenty twenty
Federal court rules in favor of Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe
"This is National Native News Antonio. Gonzales the Mashpee womp og tribe, the National Congress of American Indians and the United South and eastern tribes are urging the Department of the Interior to reaffirm the status of the Massachusetts tribes reservation after a federal court, Friday ruled in favor of the tribe. The Interior Department had intended to disestablish the tribes reservation. The US District, court for. For the District of Columbia found the Interior Department's two thousand eighteen decision. The tribe did not qualify under federal jurisdiction was arbitrary, capricious and contrary to law in a statement Chairman Cedric Cromwell said the court righted. What would have been a terrible injustice and committed to fight if necessary to ensure their land remains entrust as the interior department is ordered to reevaluate its decision. Minnesota Department of Health. Officials say they're increasing the amount of COVID, nineteen testing among people who have attended protests over the death of George Floyd Melissa Townsend reports. Thousands of people have been gathering together across Minnesota for nearly two weeks. Floyd was an African American man who died after a white police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes. Health, officials say these gatherings put many at risk for contracting covid nineteen. Mario and is a at physician and head of the center of American Indian and minority health at the University of Minnesota Medical School in Duluth while I'm really fearful of impact. The protests are going to have on rising rates of Cova and I have to admit. I went down to one of them myself because they just felt like they needed to be there. And also just let African American people in particular. Know about the solitaire. But I do worry Minnesota's Commissioner of Health Jan. Malcolm says her department will step up testing. The coronavirus takes about a week to incubate so Malcolm is encouraging people to get tested about a week after they'd been at large gathering for national. Native News. I'm Melissa Townsend. The Canadian government has delayed its promised National Action Plan to tackle systemic racism, facing the country's indigenous people down carpet has more recently announced the delay in implementing the plan because of the covid nineteen pandemic, the plan followed last year's inquiry into missing and murdered indigenous women and girls. That inquiry presented its final report in June, and it concluded that decades of systemic racism and human rights violations had contributed to hundreds of missing. Missing in murdered indigenous women and girls over the years, Sheila North is a former grand chief of northern Manitoba. She says she's disheartened. By the delay in the action plan against systemic racism, north also takes exception to comments made by at least one Canadian political leader that systemic racism does not exist in Canada as it does in the US I go meet that the mothers and the sisters and family members of the ones. Ones that have been taken a very very sensitive and touchy subject, and for people to be blatant, and to be so dismissive like that is just reminiscent of what they've been dealing with for many generations and very hurtful to here, and it's very concerning to know that this this kind of thinking still persistent Canada North says indigenous people make up just over four percent of the Canadian population, but more than twenty four percent. percent of the country's prison population. She says there are parallels in what's happening to black Americans and indigenous Canadians. Especially in their interactions with police, she says the biggest difference between the two countries is that the death of George? Floyd was caught on camera. She adds racially motivated. Incidents take place daily to Canada's indigenous people, but out of the public's eye for national native news. I'm Dan Kerpen. Chuck and Damian Tonio Gonzales.
Connecting in isolation: Indigenous people create, find and share community online
"Good afternoon I just wanted to show everybody what I had for sale tournament. Some quick cash. I have tons of these hoops through the loops. Dangles anything that's like Brick stitch dangles is thirty. Five dollars for me. Anyway come on my staff level. This is for those of you. That can't get out and smart yourselves. He's allow sacred smoke. Sage runway all negative feelings negative energy Tyler Nizhny late and I'm GONNA be dancing with today are affected by Kevin. May this stent from the protected by stay safe in the hope? That was a little bit from the Social Distance Powell. Facebook group page which was created to bring together people who would normally be hitting the PAO trail pretty soon but earlier this month. North America's largest power. The gathering of nations in Albuquerque made the difficult decision to cancel. The event powwow season is a community stable for first nation people. It's where different nations meet and also where indigenous vendors make a large chunk of their annual income. Dan Simon's the founder of womp somewhere usually heads out on the road to sell his jewelry and Art Ed powwows but because events are being canceled he decided to launch a digital Powell which he's calling the social distance Powell. He joins me from Montana. Hello Hello recently. Gathering of nations cancelled their annual general gathering. As I mentioned as a Vendor Palau's are where you sell your jewelry and art. So how did it make you feel to find out? The POWWOW was cancelled so for me. Personally have had different experiences with this. This is all felt like a dream. Hopefully I think I'm waking up from soon because Kind of amazing that this is all of our reality right now. Not just one person who is experiencing this. Everyone is around the world you know and a lot of vendors. I don't want to speak for myself. Many vendors rely on POW income for a living just like myself just in two months of the spring. A lot of vendors lost between TEN THOUSAND AND THIRTY TO FORTY THOUSAND DOLLARS. Tennis became general bracket there that income that we're losing and I was really depressed about this because I try to provide for my family. And this is a damper on me. You know myself and I know it's heard a lot of other vendors and there's not really a platform for all of us to sell their wares and not just vendors but no singers that are affected by this dancers that are affected by. This theory was not really a platform to share our voice. So I'm blown away and that's taking off. And it's pretty amazing supporting love all the support and love outweighs anything that's negative absolutely so vendors like you. How much can people make on the Palo trail? Typically I don't want to speak for myself but Most vendors bracket would be anywhere from twenty five thirty thousand up to one hundred two hundred fifty thousand. It just depends on what you're selling. And so how? Do people participate in the social distancing power? So we are on a group page on facebook right now again. This is just a week old so things are transforming as I'm talking. We're trying to focus on live feeds. There's a lot of people that are sending pictures in you know. We all are kind of used to Facebook and getting those likes and comments but for us in the group. This isn't what it's about it's not about the likes and comments it's about people having the platform in all being heard and One thing I've learned to withdrew pages on facebook. There's with people trapped in their houses. Right now is a lot of negativity and this is a lot of negativity. So it's coming out at us in. I know people don't mean to direct it at us. It's just what happens with humans. That's what we do a lot of time. We attacked ourselves now. This is the time to kind of sit back and reflect on. How did we end up in this space that we're in right now so Dan? How does the FACEBOOK group work exactly? Okay so anyone. That's on facebook Join the group There's about a reaching about seventy thousand people on there right now this past weekend. We had her first Powell online. It was kind of a test. No-one some you're on there I mean all the everything's up there on the group it's been really positive in. I hope it continues in a positive way. In on dangle that I have helped so many people there are so many people stuck in their homes and this has been an outlet for them to not feel like they're in that space to connect with others and all the people at is brought together has been kinda magical. I wanted this to have the platform where we area this week were featuring storytelling so there are some people sending in videos just upon their stories their traditions you know from their own tribes so you had said earlier that you've received a lot of love and support but also criticism. What kinds of love and support? Have you received from community? And how is the turnout been? Read you a one that I just sent in my other founders today on this motion to tribal enbrel human name but he says thank you Sam. My mom is able to get that medicine from your page. She's an eighty four year old elder and she loves what you've created so getting those messages. I like. I said it's definitely outweigh the negative things we've received on this. So is this something that you're planning to continue this is in its infancy so This is a platform. Want to keep in create. We're kind of still deciding what route to take. This is definitely the world right now. We don't know what's going to happen with this virus. This is definitely going to continue as long as it's virus continues and then from there We're GONNA see what happens. Know as one of my elders. I'm from the peak while Driving Connecticut myself so one of my elders tall oak. Just WanNa give him a shout-out He always told me. We can't plan for tomorrow. You never know what to expect for tomorrow so I can't plan just kind of do a creator guides me to do so. During the pandemic indigenous people are gathering together and getting creative of how they do it over the Internet. Is this something that you've been seeing a lot of in the United States well after this platform launched? I've been seeing people all over the world a lot of Canadians. Well in the states So it's been quite the outpour I mean just in an hour. We get a hundred posts people wanting to post you know if you look online anything you'll see a social distance. Pow is now a movement in. I didn't expect us to become a movement. I've had other groups online. This is the first one that went viral. It's just again all kinds of crazy. Well certainly speaks to a need right as indigenous people when we have to gather and be loving with each other Well thank you so much for your time today. Dan Welcome is pleasure to be here and I hope it continues in a positive way. That was the point of all this suggested. Kinda spread. Light love and positivity with everything. That's going on.
"womp" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"Let's see why it's wrong about our forefathers flower most of American history depict a hospitable first Thanksgiving sixteen twenty one grateful pilgrims in the new world offer a warm invitation to meet Queen and members of his tribe but the chairman of the Mashpee WOMP inox recalls that depiction a myth. You know we sent nine hundred men over to the first to see why they were shooting guns in practice in arms to say hey. What are you preparing for? And they were fan for some kind of war to take our people down and so we sat down with them to have a discussion in let their lead a feast. None of that is true. None of those rows will love the the whole idea. We send our people over to the mayflower. I don't know did we send our people over to Plymouth from Leiden. I don't know I don't think so. We're talking about historical experiences and what they're setting up here the CNN and this speaker is setting up here is the idea that the natives were so terrified they were so afraid they were just trying anything to broker a peace but pilgrims wouldn't give them a piece and it was a tense fraught Thanksgiving total BS. Not True. The womp no egg Indians allied allied with the English intentionally and out of their own interest. Actually without the English there would have been no such thing as the womp inauguration so our best ally that we had our best ally when we sailed on the mayflower landed plymouth the the best ally of the Englishman was a Pokanoka Saito. HMO named Massa so at NASA so it was a polk and his tried had been devastated by smallpox in years before that when in the English arrived mass. Oh it sent S- Cuanto squander was a pawtuxet Indian who was being held as prisoner by Massa. He sent squander to help. Broker uh-huh Alliance. Why did mass? Oh it sense Cuanto because squash to talk about the hand of Providence. On the sailing of the mayflower in the founding of America squander was possibly the only native American in the entire Western Hemisphere to have a command of the English language. Why is that because Swan ahead? Oh head lived in Spain and England and he'd been captured by a by explorers brought to Spain he was a slave in Spain. Franciscan monks bought. Squander freed squad almost certainly baptized Catholic. Which is very funny that a Catholic Indian would be the one to help? Save the Puritan. Pilgrim's story for another time. He's freed they then put him on a ship. Get Him to London. S- Cuanto lived in London actually talked with the pilgrims about the various streets of London sales. Back to the new world somehow hops. This ship Knicks it back to his old people. The pawtuxet the pawtuxet tribe is totally totally wiped out. He makes it down to the POKENO Massa. So it he's then held captive there and then the pilgrims Land Plymouth accidentally they were trying to sell to Manhattan. They get blown. Of course they land exactly where the only Indian who speaks English fluently who is a Catholic who understands their religion and their native country happens bins to be quantum brokers apiece. If you don't believe in providence because of that I don't know what other evidence I could possibly show you but squander brokering that the piece was a huge advantage to Massa so at these Massa so it and the the Pokanoka Indians were not just some helpless victims here they were not not being just absolutely destroyed. Impressed by the English Massa so at us the English to his own advantage he created an alliance to help him oppose the Narragansett Indians and and he actually established through that alliance with the English. The WOMP inauguration that this guy on CNN is pretending was a victim of the English pilgrims. The woman knowing nation would not have existed without the English. How did the peace breakdown? How will CNN try to break down history? We'll get to that in a second. I I gotta think our friends over at Express Express..
Mario Kart Tour Has Record-Breaking Launch
"Kart is doing incredibly well. We're following up something. We've talked about before this is. Kevin A gamespot. It's been one week since Ah Barenaked Ladies Songs that accused anybody else as John Wayne. It's been one week since Mario Kart to arrived on. IOS injury devices and despite its aggressive micro transactions actions. It's already proving to be a big INTENDO. The game amassed a record breaking ten point one million downloads on launch day in now that number has climbed to ninety million mobile double analytics Tracker Sensor Tower reports according to censor tower that makes Mario Kart tour were Nintendo's fastest mobile game launched to date by comparison the previous game game to hold that distinction animal cross pocket Camp Animal Crossing Pocket Cam hit fourteen million downloads in its first week while Super Mario run garnered thirteen million prints these although unlike the other two titles players had to spend ten dollars everything beyond Super Mario runs. I three levels sensor tower shares some other interesting data on how Mario Kart tour is fairing thus far it seems the game is more popular on Android than IOS devices accounting for nearly sixty percent of its downloads however Iowa's owners have spent far more money on the game more than and seventy five percent of its gross revenue comes from the APP store the US leads in terms of downloads and revenue according to censor tower. Mara tour grossed more than twelve million dollars in its first week on the market however Nintendo's most successful mobile game is still far and away fire emblem heroes since it launched back in early two thousand seventeen title has generated more than six WOMP. Sorry six hundred eighteen million dollars. Pocket camp currently sits at second with one hundred and eleven million dollars in revenue while jerk lost close behind with one hundred six million dollars.
"womp" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Being more details on a death investigation after a man's body was found in a dumpster on Monday in Auburn. WBZ TV's David Wade has an autopsy determined that he died from traumatic as fix yet. But the attorney general doesn't know if that was caused by an accident or something else. We know Bradley most recently lived in Manchester, and Nashua authorities are now looking for anyone who saw Bradley after may tenth to contact them with their information. Four men have been charged with aggravated assault and battery in connection to the brutal beating the north Quincy T station last weekend. A man from Weymouth suffered broken bones in his face last Friday night after being beaten on the trains platform. Police were helped by surveillance video, along with that investigation, the form and making a court appearance on Wednesday and it was a win for the womp nog tribe in mashpee on Wednesday the house of representatives in Washington approving a Bill that reaffirms their rights to over three hundred acres of. Land for a potential one billion dollar casino project and Taunton. The Trump administration was trying to reverse a decision made under the Obama administration that gave them rights to that land. President Trump has called the Bill sponsored by Senator Elizabeth Warren, a special interest casino Bill. Jim McKay for WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio osteoarthritis is the term. We all know as most of us feel it every day. This is Dan Rae. We call it. We're interior joints. It's the looseness and pain that I felt in my ankle before, receiving prolotherapy, injections from Boston prolotherapy, you might feel the effects of osteoarthritis in your knees, hips, your shoulders, or.
"womp" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"And I'm gonna tell you about it. But the thing is that candy was thinking about just telling it to Porsche. So it's like. It's like she's Niimi is has Porsches back in a situation that she created. I don't know. I don't think we'd be have we even really seen any have someone's back on the show has really gone to bat for someone who never never never. You know, we all know that you thought the tattoos or hot at first. But isn't it weird? Now that you're gonna marry a guy with other women's names tattooed all over his body permanently. And she's like they can just to say, they taste good. The que- Savan, Melissa. She starts singing MAMBO number five. Eric on his neck. I let them just the same. And they still don't come off. I like to think of them as brand names. And it's like, why don't you just admit you were pregnant before you were monogamous, and she has a cell Sally from you know, wherever once in China mature, your monogamous issues. Okay. Sally jonah. I was pregnant when I was monogamous. Okay. Miss you. How to answer like Anini, you know, just your guns and say it with a lot of attitude know, back off I didn't even know that was like an issue that she was having about like admitting when she got pregnant I didn't see that as being thing. So now, we move onto the ni Greg cancer segment. Womp, womp wall. God. This was I feel so bad for Greg. Anybody going through that? Of course, you feel for but Meany such a dick about every single little thing. It's like she can't even pretend to be nice. And now this thing where she's doing the victim thing where she's like, what was it? Greg like Greg's abusing her on the stage. I'm like, he's man with cancer like sitting there about to cry and also have to say there was a blind item a few months ago after a couple of months ago after they filmed this reunion that Greg was sobbing, please don't leave me and stuff on the stage in a bunch of stuff that they apparently cut out, and it's like cod this limit. And I don't know if I'd just rather than the blind items on. So I I couldn't believe it. I mean, so basically she said said that they're in counseling now and that they're actually seeing Dr Jeff even though Neak can't stand him. Well, that's going to be productive. Emmys got to see a flashback of Dr Jeffey like. Meany Meinie whenever I taken size Niimi naming. Naming aiming may may in it. But you know, it's free now, it's like a Bravo Bravo person. So she's getting her free therapy. And also she probably likes it because she can storm out of every session. So you would take his side which she doesn't get every situation. So Greg comes out on stage. And we find out that they they're not even sleeping in the same room anymore, initially, it's because of his colostomy bag, but now post cloth bag, it's just they're just not in the same room. Now, I don't really know how that necessarily works in terms of sleeping arrangements and a colostomy bag, but I kind of feel like you could probably still share the same bed. And I don't know. I just feel like what a way to make like your husband who is battling cancer. What a way to make him just feel so shitty about himself. I'm not gonna sleep in the same bed with you. Because you've got a colostomy bag. Yeah. I'm not even sure how all of that works. Yeah. Yeah. I could speaking totally out of out of turn. Because like, maybe it's like realistically, it's like it's too much process. But I just think in the context of ni it just felt like another selfish thing. Well, then this other little little micro argument that you can tell that they've been having forever. He's like, so, you know, why wouldn't you go get chemo? And he said God led him to holistic or whatever. And then he's like, well how what advice do you give?.
"womp" Discussed on MonsterTalk
"And so the shamans make her a the medicine men. Make her this mask, which will know. Frighten the monster away. And so when I was reading into it. I've found all these different versions of the story. And there was a more recent version of the story where actually there's no demon of madness. There's just this woman who wants D the secret rituals that the men are doing. And so she makes this cap mask in the in the medicine and catcher and Turner into a cat as sort of like punishment. And I haven't been able to figure out where that particular version comes from. But it seems like there's this whole complex of stories around this weird unnatural calf, maybe a person who's been transformed or is maybe like a sort of memory of this woman wore this cap mass to to beat this evil spirit. And is also a really handy term just to apply to Pat that you see in the woods. You don't know what it is? Yeah. It's to me. It's this will sound weird. But one of the earliest exposures I had to the womp as cat was actually from the computer game hunt. The wampler. And later on. There was a really cool game called mule which was spelled like M dot EU dot L dot e which is. Yes. Yeah. Which is both use labor implement that was a Danny bunting game from Ozark entertainment. So I'm the fact that they were Ozark. I don't know if they brought in relation. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know if they brought in the Wolpe's from the hunt the Wolpe game or from local folklore, but it really had nothing to do with the main part of the game. The main part of the game was really fun sort of cooperative yet competitive trade game on another planet. But at the same time, you could earn extra money if you went out into the mountains and hunted. The womp is on the planet. You were colonizing. So. That's a little bit of nerd trivia. Yeah. But it's neat because the womp is falls into all kinds of categories if falls into traditional folklore, and then it falls into crypt because people see them as sort of phantom chasm that falls into the alien big cat mysterious cat species sort of stuff that we talk about a lot. So did the Cherokee had one pa- stories before American was colonized by Europeans. Well, that's a little that's a little difficult to parse. This is something where I have to. I have to be straight up. Like, obviously, I'm coming into this doesn't outside for an my understanding is entirely based on what I've read an I referenced this book earlier, and I want to sort of plug it again now that I'm in front of my bookshelf and looking at it James Mooney was this ethnographer who did this really incredible. This really incredible long-term study of the sort of like. History, and and formulas and mythology of a bunch of Indian groups, but the only book of his that actually made it out of this huge opus that he was planning on writing before. He. Yup. Since sacred formulas at the Cherokee, and that thing is a gold mine. First person interviews, and and sort of like materials that he got when he was talking to mostly the eastern band, but a little bit of stern band as well and sort of like, cosmological stuff and and traditional. You know, what folklore's called wonder stories and also there's a lot of really good monsters in there, as you might imagine like the Tanna, which is, you know, the big horn serpents, and but with stuff up this cat there are there are folk tale that are Cherokee that seemed to be folded into the legend now, but whether or not they were originally for me, personally, speak Don has done a lot of research. I had trouble piecing together. Where even the name comes from originally..
"womp" Discussed on Here & Now
"And he joins me now in the studio. Hi Cedric, good afternoon. So let's start with this twenty fifteen decision under the Obama administration that put the land into trust in the first place. How significant was something like that? It's extremely. Significant for a tribe to have territory over which it connects or Cise undisputed, civil, and criminal jurisdiction. And that's exactly what the reservation status creates. When you look at federal Indian law as it's evolved from the nineteenth century forward, power to tax tribes is the power to destroy by having a land and trust. It removes that threat from tribes from states or other jurisdictions. Okay. So fast forward three years to twenty eight teen, the Trump administration goes back on the government's promise. What's the basis for the interior department's decision to take that land out of trust, essentially, dissolving the reservation. One of the things that occurred relatively recently is the supreme court of the United States ruled that in order for the federal government to take land into trust on behalf of a tribe, it had to be under federal jurisdiction at the time of the passage of the Indian reorganization act in nineteen thirty. Four from what I can read into the early reports. In my preliminary analysis of this ruling is they differentiate between federal awareness that the tribe existed, which they absolutely did at the time of the Indian reorganization act and prior to that versus federal jurisdiction. And they did not see that it met that particular standard. So the federal government is essentially saying that they haven't been dealing with the people of this tribe in a formal way for long enough in nineteen thirty four. That's the critical piece here. Okay, so it is complicated as native American law tends to be with the United States government, but by forming this reservation, there was something important that happened here. It allowed the tribe to start building a casino and the decision to take that away. His put a stop to that economic development project. Now, the citizens of the tribe are saying that it's much more than that. I want to hear something from vice chairwoman. Of the mashpee tribe, Jessie, little DOE Baird who's testified to a Senate committee last month, and she's talking about how the reservation land helped revive the walnut language. Having a reservation allowed us to open our own tribal school here, want children attend to tribally run pre school and kindergarten where they're taught in our language. It would be nearly impossible in an off reservation school to exercise this level of cultural sovereignty. What do you make of that? What does the community stand to lose by losing the reservation? I'd say that the loss of self governance is a way to destroy tribes in so control over territory, whether it's civil action or civil activities like the school or criminal jurisdiction. Both of those things are central powers of self governance. So whether it's zoning regulations for construction of homes, a civil code to regulate domestic relationships, custody of children, marriages, divorce. Verses all those things that we think of in the general way that governments function that's been removed now from the mashpee womp dog tribe and by the way, this is of great interest to Indian country more broadly because I think this represents the first time that land has been taken out of trust status against the wishes, the tribe since the termination era of the nineteen fifties. Let's talk about that. This was when the government tried to assimilate native Americans into the mainstream culture in essentially ended recognition of tribal sovereignty. And if you go back even further than that, I mean, this is something that has happened ever since the United States government and native people started making agreements with one another. As soon as the ink was dry, they were ripped up. So put all of this into context how this fits into something that's been happening for many, many generations is very much part of a broader pattern. Find Lauria junior one of the foremost American Indian intellectuals of the. Twentieth century described federal Indian policy is like a pendulum swinging from one extreme to another from some federal actions being relatively pro-indian to those being violently anti-indian and racist. And we've seen the entire spectrum of things even within the twentieth century, there is another option. There's a Bill that circulating through congress that would preserve the reservation. What do you think of that option? Do lawmakers in Washington, wanna touch this at all..
"womp" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"But then I felt like there was no need to return to them after that. Then it was okay. Then we see them just, you know, continuing on. Yeah, good point. Diminishing returns. In a way throughout this episode, there were kind of buildups or builds up to disappointing reveals, oh, you're talking about ranger Ben. Certainly chief among them was ranger Ben, which not only has been a multi episode buildup, but Alex also films the reveal as we slowly creep into the room. He's talking to Carol and then be kinda come around a corner at a glimpse of him, and it's Brian kirwin and no offense to Brian Kerr. Right. Exactly. He's a good actor and a fine looking gentleman, but like it needed to actually be Robert Redford or the joker. Sure. Expecting point. That's brilliant. That'd been taken in turned out. It was my God. That's hilarious. Yeah, I really respecting something more revelatory than so that's been. It's the guy. Odd. Yeah, more odd, even than a guy who carries around a photo of CJ in her bikini. She was something a bikini, you know, that was a bit disappointing to. It's like this guy like this dashing guy. It's like, sir, LANCELOT finally arrives. It goes. Here look. Look at this well. I was a little disappointed about the dashing Ben. I'm like, that's it. Great. He's like, I keep a photo of my love and lock it in a bikini. I was like, womp womp quote someone famous. Yeah, we'll disappointing, but I also thought it was almost a recurring theme in the episode. I thought CJ finally decides to go on Taylor read and her guess supposed thrashing of him. I'm going to reach down and rip off his puny little face. I also found a little bit less than satisfying. There was no knockout punch or anything. It felt more like maybe it was technical win by points. Yes. Well, said, one, first of all, his show is just the worst of the worst. He's not even really there to interact hardly letting her get a word in. It's almost so cheap. Like, why would she go on that show? It's like accepting an invitation from Alex Jones or something like there's no plays at the even respond substantively to what this guy is saying. And then when she does, yes, she she's very articulate and has a good little run, but it's it isn't the knock at that. We've come. Mm to expect. Yeah. Taylor read, I guess, is based on Bill O'Reilly. I can't really actually comment on how accurate it was because I never watch those shows do on Cajun. I'm neither a hardcore list. I like to watch Laurence and like Rachel Maddow. And I'd like to see also occasionally what's happening on the other side. So in small doses and how, how did this feel to you? It felt like an exaggeration pushed beyond credibility almost just because he in the early segments isn't really even letting her speak, not giving me a chance to answer if you just want to blow V8.. Why don't I leave a cardboard cutout of myself. You can talk all. It's just an overwrought version of what you get on Fox News..
"womp" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"And we've just been running around the daily wire office with knives. So the video wouldn't have worked. If President Trump didn't have the goods to back it up, but he does have the good. So you get both aspects of it. I'm so pleased that Republicans are finally using humor. Again. It's been probably since Ronald Reagan Republicans haven't really used humor at the federal level, but he's going you saying, look, this guy womp womp be told us. It couldn't happen. All the experts said these jobs are gone. They're never going to come back and the experts have a lot of opinions that often are untrue. We'll talk about that. Certainly when we reflect on September eleventh and we when we reflect on ambassador Bolton's comments yesterday on the international criminal court, but just look at look at the economy all around us. Small business optimism is the highest since the Reagan administration, the NFL, the small business optimism index is at the highest level that we have ever recorded, and it's not just going to the very tippy tippy top of the socioeconomic ladder. It's actually affecting blue collar jobs. This is really important. This is the first time in a long time. We're seeing jobs in goods produced. Being industries mining, construction manufacturing. They grew tremendously over the past year, three point, three percent. This also is the best rate since nineteen Eighty-four. Since the Reagan administration, they told us if President Trump were elected, the economy would implode that the markets would crash. The jobs are all gone. They're not coming back. They're not coming back Donald there, but they are. They're, they're growing and growing. That is a great thing which makes me think from the mouth of Nancy Pelosi herself. That Democrats in their heart of hearts actually think President Trump is going to win. They actually think that he's going to survive because Nancy Pelosi gave her party some hope within the last few days. She said, I'll we need some new blood. We need some new blood, but there was an important caveat, Nancy, take it away. I do we, it's time for new blood and we should move on and Hillary Clinton had won and the flirted Care Act was protected. I feel very proprietary about that. I was happy to go my way we didn't know who would come forward, but. That's up to the caucus. They give me the honor of serving and it's up to them to choose who comes next, but to have no woman at the table and to have if we're able Care Act at risk. I said as long as he's here, I'm here, you catch that as long as he's here, I'm here sounds like Nancy is betting on prison from being here for a while because that is her that is her play right now. She's as long as he's here. I'm here. She needs a foil. The Democrats need to for the American people want the TV show to keep going on. So they can talk a good talk. He's out the generic poll impeachment of peach, man. I think that the Democrats are betting on Donald Trump, staying office for a long time and speaking of bad democrat plays in recent weeks, they've somehow managed to turn against the American flag..
"womp" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"He's a dodgers fan. And he is. Shirtless Christmas grazed by a bullet a witness says he. Saw two, vehicles and to them A friend of mine that up put an effing. Back I'll do, it a friend of mine that ethic in the back I mean Stray bullet, or whatever, you know. Like, whatever yeah this just. Went off the fire department came down and I seen the person on the. Ground dead The suspects were seen escaping an dark colored vehicle again right now there's. No other, information about the suspect womp womp so his friend gets shot so he decides, to not know with him stay and be interviewed by reporters and again they're so. Hard up for anyone is going to. Go on camera and say they, saw, anything that they have, to go, with shirtless. Guy, who drops an f-bomb. He's normally in that part of LA you don't go on camera go yeah It was three blank males one of them with a newsy driving. A tangerine orange nineteen seventy seven Camaro. And then there was an AM. G C. class Mercedes backing him up Low, pro tires chrome. Rims with spinners and they were, they were blasting No. One goes, on TV down, there you? Don't identify, who the shooters are you. Just you just say. What happens so, anyway nobody saw nothing? To, dead no one saw nothing so that happened then there. You go well I don't, want, to, get, to sports or anything but of course the. Young man reached the heights the near heights near nearly touching the sky today at. What you at the new not. Fulton County the new stadium there in Atlanta Atlanta Braves pitcher Sean nukem to outs into the ninth inning it needs one more out for a no, hitter and the dodgers break. It up he's that close to touching. Heaven and then of course the down. Is that, somebody goes back, in his? Twitter feed, and they find out that. When he was approximately. Thirteen years old, he was calling gay. People Effigies, HMO's, and, he was calling his friends those pejorative names. And he was tweeting out rap lyrics that had end bombs and things like that. So clearly had he achieved a. No hitter major league baseball would not record it would've scratched the game they would have given it to the dodgers because of tweets from twenty eleven, how old was the guy The youngster is twenty no he's he's twenty five but at the time yeah. The time he was stupid Young and. Stupid yeah he was he he was, seventeen sixteen seventeen like. That guy, that Milwaukee Braves that hater guy same thing that when he. Was young he tweeted stupid stuff and again I just mega I, just say a silent prayer to Odin a Twitter didn't exist when yours truly is, approximately fourteen or fifteen but that can traverse city the controversy. Of the dirty tweets by, the losing me, he want he wanted, to game guy for, one hundred thirty four pitches does unheard of but he he he won the game didn't have no hitter but there was a larger cloud on the horizon when we come back up play. The tape because one, of the Braves broadcast team had the temerity to criticize the dodgers batting practice outfits, so have a seat everybody whole safely off to the side of the highway. Exit safely. If you will and. We'll, be back in a..
"womp" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Of Belise keep. Up the good work thanks God keep up. The good listening Sean, what was your, your your African improv troupe going to be called Uganda be kidding. Me right we're. Trying to secure. Locations. For a twenty thousand nine hundred tour right and I was going to, join forces. With my Kenya believe it a comedy troupe we're going to try, to do some cross promotion. I I really think that. You, know. The world needs more laughter South American division I can't believe it Yep yep Broadening folks right now singing. Your app so we rented this house on the ocean there for our honeymoon and it was out it jutted out over the water and it was. All window the wall was. An entire the whole wall. Was window how fantastic is sitting there on, the couch you couldn't see anything. At, all Except for ocean wow Who was and I and I thought every single day we were. There for two weeks I. Thought every single day would you ever get tired of this is every day it was just magical to. Me I thought would that wear off or. Or could you if you're. Lucky enough you got the kind of money where you can have a place like that I think the human brain after a while it, just can't take the same stimulus over and over again react the same way Hope you wouldn't lose the capacity, to say that's beautiful I'm a fortunate person I don't know I don't know yeah For a while after I got back if. I, wanted to like meditating calm myself down I would try to picture that that very seen sitting on that couch yeah I took my. Banjo with me on our honeymoon. And I'd sit on that couch and play. My banjo. Looking out over the. Ocean horse isn't. Your horse named. Band The musical instrument according to some hey Honey I'm. Going to bring the banjo oh I almost sold that Benjamin my wife said you can't sell that banjo that's the one you took on, our honeymoon the honeymoon Banja exactly, how, many, guys take a banjo on their. Own You're the only one because they, love the White House. We, lived the, had a. Monkey, in the attic which was, really cool wow night the among keys in. The attic monkeys downstairs to, if you know what I mean I have no idea wow so. That's that's great now the part of the story our kids really, like monkeys in the attic if you have the rest, they probably aren't ready to, hear in my, favorite memory of that honeymoon. Always will be my wife's sitting on a rock inner bikini trying to open a coconut by smashing it on the Primal Wow. Wow I'm sorry to be so, plot oriented but was she eventually able to ensure that. Every, day She wants you to sit there and her bikini cracking, open a coconut on the right and then eat. Coconut fresh coconut is. We looked. At the I can't believe you. Came back and wasn't easy I hear that anyway. Moving along, just. Thinking about that relaxes. Me here's a nice note from Tim and Redondo beach, good morning everyone. Good morning to you it's occurred. To me that you guys mentioned the president, an awful lot he's even more popular than Hitler what While playing a ding with each, mentioned would certainly. Get old quick you can't ding. Ding All, right You need to womp womp you're digging of. The dang Yeah yeah how's that Swamp womp womp womp the digging. Of the day out dare you perhaps you could just take a day off after each one thousand mentions. Of. The, t word wow well we'd have to have somebody, compile each mentioned Tim but if we, hit. A. Thousand Trump's I'd say would be about it's time to. Take a day off I like your idea I know you had a couple of Trump free days back. During. The, election and I would be like that except, it, would happen at least once a week Oh Tim you're writing with a keyboard dipped in sarcasm saw, a media mogul has got a book out I can't remember his name right now.
Do you own an iPhone? New study says you're probably rich
"You can buy one get one voucher so if you bring that of an unwrapped toy you buy one get one of that game oh cool yeah and please come and bring because we do events like this we show up at places like at harbor park like the tides are letting us come as guests and then if we come there and like nobody brings toys we really look like womp womp first time doing it there to have a big turnout i knows his last minute 'cause it's friday but hates right you know yeah all right for today's weightless poll question of the day congratulations you didn't know this but if you haven't high phone apparently you're rich new you're looking at your iphone right now going i'm not rich there's a new study out from the national bureau of economic research that found the products and brands then are supposedly the best indicators that someone is rich in other words having these things doesn't necessarily mean you're rich but if you are rich you probably have these things number one sign was iphone other signs that you are rich you have a passport your car has bluetooth and he'd seats you own an ipad and your cell phone services through horizon i don't know why i i'm all of those but horizon i'm sprang in poor no you know she's fake rich now the funny part of this same article is did they asked the same thing back in nineteen ninetytwo so these days iphone indicates that rich thing the results in survey back in one thousand nine hundred two are much cooler because back then the top sign you rich was if you used or if you owned and used grey poupon mustard i know that is it was the old mustard that was fancy yeah where the guy would go putting me do you have any grey poupon rain's world yeah signs that you were rich in ninety two if you owned an answering machine you used kodak film in your camera and you owned a sylvania brand television those were you're so smart meet pager right we'll see i'm glad you ended up for the pointless question of the day today i want to know when you were growing up what was the one thing that you had to have because if you had it you were a baller mine would have been okay so if you felt like if you had that that meant you were kind of baller status razer phone yeah maybe what was your status symbol growing up when you were growing up what was that item that if you had this you a baller and it doesn't have to be anything serious okay maybe it was like every pokemon or a willis little circle things paul joke do you had an impressive paul collection you were.
"womp" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Anything but the bottom line is when you absolutely your country we not enough of that place are you defended him in claimed he wasn't talking about not making fun of the down syndrome kid he was going want walk because he thought here we go liberal talking points the liberal bleedingheart sob story stuff that's what he was saying what wa for well he's forever going to be known as iran and now it turns out the other shoe has dropped he has been dumped oh by a top speakers bureau in washington dc because of this and they said that you know he claims he he claims he wasn't mock obviously claims he wasn't mocking it the ten year old girl but speakers bureau says well because of mr womp womp no longer going to have him know want want want want for him when it comes to his speaking engagements why iran so much money would you pay to go see him speak i just wanted these guys i don't even remember what he did seconds or something i mean whose the whose book and hand whose book and him to speak now the down syndrome convention and while you're on the subject was sean spicer doing what is yes i haven't seen sean spicer in a long long time with amazing book coming out this summer you'll see him oh we'll be here what's amazing to me is how these people and the story lines it's like oz they come and go so quickly i mean as i was i was i was saying to giancarlo was a giancarlo abc news rewind to friday's len berman and michael riedel in the morning catch them live tomorrow from six 'til ten on seven ten w o r first opened about ten years ago we were we're small just a few of us but it was exciting i always dreamt of having my own business was kinda slow at first but things started picking up we had big plans but in our wildest dreams we never never thought we'd have this much work with so many businesses caught off guard by the storm reid waste management has never been busier what will become of your business after a disaster.
"womp" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Can join our conversation at eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two eight two and i say oh and the oscar goes to can we cut all of the full outrage when it comes to immigration please from crying propagandists on msnbc to people on other news channels yelling and screaming that they're offended because corey lewandowski said womp womp can we just stop pretending that you're all upset okay no one cares about this issue no one cared about stormy daniels no one cared going all the way back to the escalator ride down and trump towers from when he picked when donald trump on john mccain when he allegedly made fun of handicapped when and on and on and on it's just the latest outrage of the day why here's why the democrats don't have a message for two thousand eighteen they hung their hat on collusion and then they hung their hat on obstruction and then they hung their hat on stormy daniels and everything fell to the wayside nothing was sticking and meanwhile the economy is booming we had the summit with kim jong un the kickoff to hopefully peace finally happening in sixty eight years and the korean peninsula so many accomplishments that's just within the last few weeks so many accomplishments with the trump organization i don't want to go through them because it sounds like i'm giving talking points but the point is the trump dossier investigation is falling apart the report exposed what i feel is bias and corruption within the fbi i've called many times here on the savage nation for now the dismantling of the fbi the democrats needed something and they're desperately searching for something and this was it and this but they've gone too over the top they've gone way outside the bounds of believability it's delusional is it sad for parents to be separated from their children.
"womp" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
"Right but they look at him and they go okay this is a guy who can speak responsibly on this topic that's his responses womp womp it's just like i don't even know how this person she should never be allowed on tv to speak about issues like this before and the people who think womp womp is an appropriate response to this this is where this is where my sentence runs out i don't know what to do next because i'm too lazy to be a part of the resistance but god bless the people who are i decided last night night tweeted this that i can no longer engage people that do not believe in facts there was a man that was saying people aren't kids aren't getting separated from and i said and babies are just strolling over the border alone and he's a year tomorrow it blows my mind that you want to own the libs so hard that you just reject basic effing humanity at this point and if you think about it corey lewandowski and the other trump campaign manager corey lewandowski sing womp womp the other ones in jail for witness tampering that should tell you all you need to know about this administration and i also get that the president realizes that this is his basis favourite issue is the wall and immigration and he knows that he has tremendous support with a with his people for this but at some point this has to go beyond just politics.
"womp" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The beltway in this womp and it is amazing how really if you've never lived here you don't understand the mentality that everything in this city is driven by politics there is nothing else outside there's nothing no other outside interests and and i think that it's really brilliant on the president's part because i think he he gets a lot of input from his advisors but they're all part of the swamp so what he does he does something he goes out to america he goes out to the people he kinda puts it out there floats a couple of balloons on things he may want to do and he gauges the response that he gets from the crowds that's brilliant way a brilliant way to do it on before i run out of time with you because i know i could i could spend seriously an hour with you i want to move on just a couple of other things can we talk a little bit about the iran deal if you don't mind just switching gears here with me we we know he'll data the iran deal we haven't really heard much about it since then so where do we go from here with this iran deal pulling out of it okay could get down to the nitty gritty very quickly twenty second answer is negotiations are ongoing people need to know that the us is decision to violate the agreement that the us signed although not ratified by congress therefore not a treaty the agreement was violated by the us which means the other parties can maintain the agreement without one of the other parties unless one of the principal decides aware out too and that of the principal being iran so we'll see as the conversation's continued between our administration which they are and our other partners and it will whether or not we can come to a better understanding are better socalled iran nuclear agreement i'm not holding my breath on it but i do think conversations continue meantime the other parties they can maintain the deal or not so can you do you think we'll start to see maybe germany or or or england.
"womp" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"We're getting tired of one another or all my goodness gracious right before the postseason started here it comes is this the end as a patriot fan i've been hearing that for years and years and years every time they lose the super bowl can brady and ballot check can they ever win another one is this the end of the dynasty of the evil empire womp womp womp womp womp womp womp womp what's pump the brakes a little bit on the criticism of the golden state warriors because you know when the golden state warriors season does start it starts when they get to the western conference final because they'll get past the spurs they'll get past the next round but it really starts when they get to the western conference final when they have to go up against the houston rockets because in the west i really do believe or on the collision course like everyone else now we're going to see the rockets and the warriors and that's on staff needs to be healthy by he needs to be healthy he needs to be close to one hundred percent you've got to be ninety percent when you go play the tanakh it's but you could tell that the warriors and if you want a truthful opinion from the golden state warriors you either go to steve kerr draymond green but guess what we're doing on this sunday morning we're going to draymond green because last night after their victory after the first postseason game of the season up against the spurs where they basically sent the message.
"womp" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"But the traffic was shut down across one ninety five completely like they barricaded one ninety five embarrassing not done before no and the woman on trail access to the highway shutdown with a police car across it like stopped like cars were backing up on the womp an odd trailed because you've got the ramp that comes down around on the highway backing up you know back to the womp trail what time of like eleven thirty eleven twenty seven thirty what are they thinking did you start following the cars i know i came at a meeting stocks are you like are you like in the goofy mood today we know you are you disrupting me for a purpose no i'm actually find a i really interesting but i just i i'm trying to figure out what they're thinking and before i start making a federal case out of the whole thing i thought i'd open up the phone of four three eight wpro maybe there's plenty of people out there that have experienced that now look i respect funeral processions in fact i remember radio program that we had i don't know i mean years ago or i talked about the idea that you gotta respect funeral processions you gotta let them pass in traffic in an intersection so you know i know that they can slow down and preempt traffic from time to time i'm not it's not missing on me not lost me but a major highway is a whole different ballgame and i don't know how long it happened so i can't represented but at all shutting you gotta be able to say all right listen we got one or two lanes here but you can drive on the left lane or whatever or direct traffic around it but shutting down access to a major highway what the hell's going on what if there was an ambulance in that in that pack coming from seekonk trying to get the rhode island hospital and how would you like to be the one i don't i don't understand it was just way over the top for it i don't think it's got anything to do with with respect for the deceased god rest soul and again my condolences to those we're having a hard day today but we we're where's the what are they thinking stephen providence you're on wpro good afternoon stephen providence sean wpro get after.
"womp" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"I missed a couple i hit some warm burners i hit some that worm would laugh at they were rolling so slow hook issued out of a bunch of my sliced a bunch of them and every now and in about mud one every fifteen swings i'd crush one down the middle but still wouldn't get into distance at a wanted so anyway that was five days ago i went down to the sporting goods store and got me a driver and i'll tell you about my driver store when i talk to ted valor three six on thursday but it got me a driver after five days of going back to back to back to back at one hundred fifteen balls at a whack i'm starting to pick up a little bit of form now i'm sure to any golf pro around the world muck swing probably still looks like crap but at least i'm able to replicate it with some type of consistency trying to keep that left knee in a locked position and trying to just rotate from the shoulders rather than trying to get all katie womp as manatee you what neal was able to really coach me up from the ability he's been playing along with an i have and helped me out when i focus on things at neil taught me man i'm really hitting them straight down the fairway while straight down a driving range and i'm having a blast doing it so in a way i'm taking up golf i'll start working with my irons once i kind just i want to spend about another week just working with that driver just swinging a club and then i'm gonna start working through the iron and picking up that but what i really want to do is get out there and start golfing but until i have done some type of work behind irons in the woods i'm not going to get my ass on a golf course and just get totally embarrassed a work on swing buildup some consistency i'm having fun if a can out pick up the lesson here there because believe me i could use all the help and the damn world but anyway i got a golf conversation coming up.
"womp" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Do you know what gun control is accomplished so far nothing you people don't want more gun laws the instant you catch somebody breaking one of the gun laws that you want you don't want to do anything to them so don't tell me your actual they want more gun laws and you want to do something about the problem wonder if deontay long was one of those that was out there marching today why shouldn't high school going to be on the state state division one tournament starting friday thirty points a game convicted armed robber charges four counts of party to an armed robbery convicted of one of them the other three red and he's gonna be sentenced at a couple of weeks gun criminal they don't even want to kick him out of school yet they say we ought to be making the school safer what a joke what a joke that even serious about getting out of the schools that people that we know that are committing crimes with gods so tell me that you need to pass more laws than deal with these gun criminals more seriously i get he's just so fake it's so insincere it's so guessing genuis he's even one kid at nps demanding that they make their schools safer by getting the armed robber out of washington high school let's take twenty five minutes out of our data run around outside and have a good old time and pretend that we care suckering all of the adults who were dumb enough to let us do it paul clemson's fortyseven and sunny here you idiot i imagine it was eighty some places on the other hand i don't know how they were able to march routed boston forty eight inches of snow all over them out there what a weird winter this has been look at us out here no snow at all what what are we we we have a little bit of snow in february that was bought it nothing hardly anything little bit here a little bit there womp womp womp womp womp they just keep getting pounded over there all right enough of.