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"washington square park" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Joining us now, Of course, Once we hear that introduction, it's two guys talking baseball. If you're out in North Beach, there is expanded dining now outside in North Beach, and John Dugan has done a great job of Getting a little bit more space there facing Washington Square Park and, of course up in Westlake. Now it is take out and grab and go on Lee And, as John says, we will put the food right in your car. So Check it out. Original. Joe's in Westlake is well by that brings in Bruce Jenkins to the Chronicle. Bruce, How are you doing? Well, Marty, what's going on? I'm not too much. We've got a very special guest tonight, and it's someone you know Kurt AG will are And he'll be coming up. Probably Bennett, who knows about a 30 tonight something like that. But hey, is an iconic sports copy editor and Bruce. He's worked for the merc with, but you're a C and gone Zo and Pedro Gomez and he's worked at the Chronicle with you and the Ostler and Susan and Henry over the years, but he's a fascinating story. And what Got me in his story, which we're really going to enjoy listening to is the drama of the copy editor who's gotta work against the deadline, he said. It's like working without, you know, High wire act without a net. Yeah, I did that for about seven years on the Chronicle death before I had a chance to write full time. And you know, I was there at night editing baseball, you know, one night after another. The Giants in the A's, especially when one of them was at home. He had a really pressurised situations where I thought it was great. I really I really enjoyed it. Uh, you know you do the best you can. But, you know, Kurt, when you get somebody like that, In your sports department and you've become a writer. And now you have somebody editing yourself to have somebody like like Kurt is just it's just invaluable. I mean, he's really knowledgeable and listeners will discover he's been all over the place. Seen everything done everything and and what I really liked about him is that there's always questions that come up. When you're editing somebody's copy and you gotta you'll change it are here to try to get a hold the person he would always Try to get a hold of me. Uh, usually by telephone. You know, I just got this one question about your career column in which you really appreciate as opposed to somebody just changing it without talking to you. And maybe they don't get what you're saying. You would like to have a say in the matter. I I recall never really calling him on. So Yeah, You're right. You're right, Kurt. Thank you so much. It wasn't like he was coming up to some ridiculous suggestion. And, uh, I was sorry to see him leave The Chronicle. Yeah. Great story Really. Fans are going to enjoy. And I'm glad that you got to know him when you were the copy editor who did you edit? Who was some of the people that you had to call and say, Look, you know It was first and third. Not the first and second. Well, I edited Bob Stevens for years, and not only that I've mostly died took dictation because I was the fastest type is probably in the whole building. And I went when men Bob Stevens are Jack Smith or whoever it was, Um You got on the line with their with their game stories. They were that they were dictating which over the phone, which is a real and in that, In that case, you're really you're you're taking dictation, and you might even do some editing at the same time you want, but I gotta stick a common there or maybe a dasher. Maybe that's just an excessive words, something that nobody could argue. You know, when you when you're dictating, it's easier to make mistakes that you'd love to have Just one more. Look at it. It's supposed to do Get it off the top of your head, but but later on, uh you know, I did it, um not not just the base, or you will get it. Ira Miller, you know, covering it wherever he was maybe covering and earlier That was our expander. You know, I got it. I got a chance. Tio. It's some of the really, really great sports writers. And it's It's invaluable because you get used to their style and he realized what makes him so good. And, uh, you know, the really good ones. You don't really To touch Glen Dickey. You know he has contractors or his stuff was so clean. I don't know if I touched it in eight years. But, you know, it's a cz. You're talking. I'm sitting here and saying If I didn't go to the game and that everything was on TV, I guess maybe could hear it on the radio of Don't know how you would follow it, but To sit there and type of Bob Stevens is Game story is like one of the most thrilling things you could ever do and creating. Hey would say in whether hot enough to melt the paint off of battleship comma, and I'm just a spirit Giants pieces at the banquet table of base hits comments, some of them gorging themselves obscenely. I mean, this is Bob Stevens on deadline. I mean, what a what A what a treasure to be quick and accurate and also Hysterically funny. I mean, that's that's his priceless and he was with us for decade after decade, he goes way back to the seals way before I got there, and he was an honor to work with him. Well, Curt says the same thing about Ostler You know who's who's so clever with the words. Oh, God, very rarely would ever say anything. But if he ever did, Scott would just say. Don't even mention it. Please go ahead. Make me better. Yeah, that's that's exactly right. And you, he says he never had a touch anything you wrote. That's what he said. I don't think that's true. But God bless all right. Very good. Well, we may have baseball this week. Let's started.
"washington square park" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Where the fountain was here in Washington Square park and in about ten to fifteen minutes hundreds of people that were here and listening to the various speakers and that really with a message here that as they say George Lloyd is gone but racism and police brutality are not in the mood here you know it it's it's a little bit more reflective somber if you will at times but also for school at the same time and that is a very measured approach to what these people are saying also as always with all the pros that but I've been to it's a very diverse crowd one of the speakers actually got up who is African American hold out for a round of applause from all the white people who show up to these rallies so it just gives you a sense of unity and that message shining through here there was also a black Iraqi war veteran who got up here and spoke and he talked about moving forward and how you know how how what steps need to be taken after all these protests are done he said that we need to dismantle a broken system and build a new one he talked about the word focus and state and he said it's easy to let anger when so that that continues to be the message here and I you can see the remnants of the vandalism that wasting in Washington Square park up from a little more than a week ago and actually right now right at the base of the arch and you can still see some of the graffiti there with the other metal fencing that surrounded the metal fencing all around in the center where this fountain normally fit them right in the center where that that normally is the gentleman who told me that he's been here sitting here for seven days is sitting at a table and that that cable has a bunch of flowers that surround the base of it and then there's a spot on this list and warm and also a poster board with the names of black people who had died at the hands of police tell the crowd with many very spirited here I'd say at least a hundred if not a couple hundred here are that have been here now for the better part of that an hour and a half Michael Mike Rosenberg live at the protest in Washington Square park there's also a huge group of protesters heading over the Brooklyn Bridge right now they are said to be heading to city hall in Houston this afternoon thousands are paying their respects at a public viewing for George Floyd who died two weeks ago today in Minneapolis at the hands of police Pam Robinson grew up with Floyd in Houston and is among the mourners sell it wasn't good that I'm telling you he he arm he trying to make a difference with the young people he used to talk to young people out of time about stopping the violence so he was a good guy he was not a troublemaker at all CBS is Michelle Miller from Texas on who else is expected there today Joe Biden will meet with the family today to offer his condolences he is just one of the list of dignitaries and celebrities expected to support the family people who are honoring Floyd this week say his life will change the nation for ever a Minneapolis judge has kept the one million dollar bail for police officer Derek Shelton as he made his first court appearance charged with the murder of Floyd shop and was handcuffed wearing a mask and an orange prison jumpsuit CBS news update Ahmed Piper four thirty four at W. C. B. S. as New York lost its phase one re opening today merit applause you encourage the use of mass transit W. C. B. S.'s rich lamb has the story mayor de Blasio celebrated the opening phase of the city's restart we knew we would get to this day would take a lot of work but we are finally here he noted hundreds of thousands of new Yorkers are getting back to their jobs in construction manufacturing wholesale and nonessential retail now can do curbside and in store pickup and looking forward to the day in a few weeks when they can go back to their normal operations the mayor announced twenty new miles of bus weighs in bus lanes said eight hundred school safety agents will be going into the subways to hand out free masks and said the Staten Island ferry is now increasing its schedule to run every twenty minutes in rush hour we'll have social distance markers in place to show people where they can be on the ferry and the mayor cautioned we got this far by hard work and discipline and we've got to stick to it to get to the next phase rich lam WCBS newsradio eight eighty governor Cuomo rode the subway to his daily coronavirus briefing where he spoke about the sacrifices so many of made to help fight the virus new Yorkers always rise to the occasion always they rose to the occasion after nine eleven in many ways new Yorkers I think represent courage and unity and when things are tough new Yorkers are tougher and that's what they did here and I'm so proud to be governor of New York and I'm so proud to be in New York for but the governor did warn if people get sloppy infections could go back up and he's urging anyone who attended a protest to get tested for covert nineteen in New Jersey governor Murphy's allowing public and private clubs swimming pools to reopen in two weeks Monday the twenty second the state health department will release the new rules for those pools.
Protesters again fill NYC's streets post-curfew
"There were lots of protesters out in Brooklyn and that's where ten ten wins reporter Samantha Liebman was marching from Washington Square park that numbered in the thousands have dwindled by the time it reached the Upper West Side a demonstrator Carlos Polanco felt they needed to go past the curfew because that was part of the problem the police are breeding individuals it is not just about them trying to create order they are not they are the reason that there is chaos that there's this order and they are the reason why we are
NYPD chief takes a knee with protesters in an act of solidarity
"Chain of protesters spilled across the lanes of the FDR their backs against the New York City skyline and a wall of NYPD officers organizer jasmine Sanchez kept the crowd tight and moving very simple that's how we get our message tensions remain low there was no pepper spray at no violent clashes no fire set as police allowed protesters to chart their course Laurie side sitting down house in St one hundred's Tiffany and held up their fists one of the NYPD's top brass stopped by a protest gathering in Washington Square park last night and took a knee with demonstrators Gothamist editor David Cruz was there he says before the chief of department Terence Monahan showed up at the scene with a squad of officers he spent several minutes speaking with a demonstrator both of them were sort of trying to show some local solidarity in time there were some people who were throwing water bottles over their direction as a means of just trying to kind of like spark something and then all of a sudden it just turned peaceful manner to Blasio says they're pushing up the curfew tonight to eight
Looting and destruction despite curfew in New York City
"A curfew for New York City went into affect it'll eleven PM but many protesters or ignoring it fox's Brian Unisys covering the looting that's going on we are at the Macy's in Herald square and the literacy even got here and six o'clock they were peaceful protests are legitimate peaceful protest Washington Square park we salt and white PT chief of department Terence Monahan meal with protesters in in in a peaceful show of solidarity this is not that there has been criminality and rights groups all throughout midtown Manhattan now for hours and fact of mayor bill de Blasio has just said that the curfew will be changed to three PM starting
Revisiting the Archive: Larry Kramer
"I've talked before in this series revisiting the archive about anger. How it can fuel action? How an anger is partnered with love? It can produce a kind of righteous rage that propels us those of us who lived through the AIDS crisis. Know about it. Some of US learned it from Larry Kramer who died this week in Manhattan where he's lived for. Decades Larry was famous for being one of the first billions to sound the alarm during that last epidemic. The one that began forty years ago he was on the front lines even before aids was called AIDS and became a global epidemic at swept away more than thirty million lives before AIDS. Larry was best known for his work as a screenwriter and author but the virus that was claiming so many lives in the political indifference political negligence that greeted it turned Larry into a very public activist. His friends were dying and he felt compelled to do something more than to just bury the dead and mourn their loss in nineteen. Eighty-two Larry co-founded a gay men's health crisis now known as GM five years later he co-founded act up the AIDS coalition to unleash power. Act Up came to be known for its brilliant use of public protests to bring attention to the epidemic by early nineteen eighty nine. When I I met Larry AIDS take in more than sixty thousand lives. Most of them. Gay Men Larry quickly earned a reputation as an uncompromising firebrand with a fierce temper. I'm not proud of it. But that kind of person generally inspires me to run in the other direction. I was more than a little anxious. I approached the door to Larry's apartment in a building that fronts Washington Square Park in New York. City's Greenwich Village. As I said when this episode originally aired I got myself worked up. Nothing I brace myself for a tornado and found the teddy bear. Here's the same. Larry welcomed me into a spacious apartment and showed me into his all white book line living room and I took a seat opposite him across a broad desk as I said at my tape recorder and attach the Mike to his shirt. We talked about how we both had wanted to find a husband early in life and settle down and that led us back in time to Larry's memories as it confused and Unhappy College student in the Early Nineteen fifties. I pressed record interview with Larry Kramer Thursday January twenty six thousand nine hundred eighty nine at the home of Larry Kramer in New York City. Interviewer is Eric. Marcus tape one side one. When I went to Yale I thought I was the only gay person in the world and tried to kill myself because I was so lonely. Did try to What am I think that was fifty? Three was the year my freshman year. Yeah is awful. I mean I do want to go back that far curious because I was a college student on seventy six desperately unhappy. We're at Vassar College. There were there were a lot of gays. They weren't that many people think there were a lot if there were so many gays. Why was I so unhappy? Miserable person and And deaths seemed very appealing at moments during my freshman year when I was dating a woman in making off the man by in life and fifty three must have been much more difficult than seventy six at Vassar. You can even start in shifty. Three Easter I knew I was gay. I think from the day I was born and I think that there have been I. I now know that there were isolate. They were experiences all through before. I even got to Yale. And they were all covert in guilt. Inducing on on everybody's part so the it seemed as if all those early years were spent trying to deny these feelings the feelings would sort of get to strong erupt in and I would have an experience. Which would autumn always make me feel guilty in one way or another and then you put it you become. Sylvia's would come down for a while a week a week or two and Yale was awful. There was a gay bar called parolees. It was awful the time when I finally have the courage to go there. It was only two blocks from campus. But it was a million years away. It was very dark and grey and inside and smokey and and filled with old old older man and I only went the once and somebody picked me up. A car drove for like hours before we found a place that was quiet to do it and then he drove me back where you didn't say a word all of that list of yourself. I eight two hundred aspirin. Oh my God talk about slow and Miss. You must have been pretty miserable to swallow two hundred and yours anymore. Will after you wanted out. Was that who knows. It's a scene. I'll never forget the scene of taking pills the Yup and find you're still better. I didn't wake up. I I went to bed and I got scared and I call. The campus. Police came took me to the hospital and put myself and that was in woke then I fell asleep and I woke up in a room with bars and after grace new haven hospital and there. Was this very unpleasant hospital psychiatrist. Who said all right Mr Cramer? Why did you do it and I go fuck yourself or words to that end he said? I'm now you're not going to be let out of this hospital until you tell us why you did it. And I just had a few rubbed me the wrong way and I wouldn't have told who who knew why I did it anyway. So my brother who's always sort of looked after me came and got me out and he was friends with the dean of Freshmen. My brother had been the before me and And it was you know ordinarily when something like that happen you were shipped off to go join the army really in those days. Yeah and then you come back to Yale and you've grown up but they let me stay. If I went to the University of Coyote. Just his name was Dr Fry Clement Fry. And he was about in the sixties he had silver hair and it was a good looking man he whereas reptiles button down shirt and You just knew that. He cared more about Yale and he ever did about you
"washington square park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Washington Square park and along the Hudson River punk kicks off tonight it runs through Saturday for the rest of tonight here in our area we're looking at mostly clear skies will have lows tonight in the mid fifties for tomorrow Wednesday were looking at rain I've probably starting sometime in the late afternoon tomorrow could be real heavy at times as well it's going to be windy tomorrow as well gusts up to about twenty nine miles an hour hive about sixty seven in the daytime tomorrow night more wins even heavier than in the daytime high winds of about thirty eight miles an hour for tomorrow night again heavy rain at times low fifty three degrees looking ahead to Thursday about a twenty percent chance of more rain early on in the day it'll remain partly sunny through the day on a Thursday those winds will stick around too we'll have a high of about sixty degrees right now though here in New York City sixty three degrees under sunny skies you're listening to WNIC at four thirty five support for NPR comes from W. NYC members and for a move offering premium print products FOR creative businesses of ten to ten thousand employees with dedicated twenty four seven account management find out more at move dot com and see three dot a I see three dot a I software enables organizations to use artificial intelligence at enterprise scale solving previously unsolvable business problems learn more at C. three dot a I on Tuesday it's All Things Considered from NPR news I'm Mary Louise Kelley and I'm ari Shapiro many lawmakers are returning to Capitol Hill this week and they are largely United in their opposition to the president's shifting policy.
Reese’s created a machine to swap out all the Halloween treats you hate
"And every Halloween as you eagerly dig through or your kids trick or treating candy you're bound to come across a few pieces, you don't want but this year instead of trying to bar an exchange or fight over the good stuff. You can simply swap it out with reese's candy exchange vending machine, the candy company created a special candy converter machine that allows you to put in the disappointment in and get a rhesus peanut butter Cup out. Instead in a survey commissioned by reese's ninety percent of Americans said they wished they could trade their unwanted Halloween. Candy and four out of five say they'd like to swap it for a racist Cup. Unfortunately, there is a catch the machine will only be available in New York City for five hours tonight placed outside Washington square park from four
N.J. surfer dies of brain-eating amoeba after dip in Texas wave pool
"Their stories in public because it's like very private issue. We are surprised that people actually send us their stories a few feet from. Here's another tribute one Dr Christine Blasi Ford the photo of her being sworn in before testifying on Capitol Hill is surrounded by pink yellow and orange flowers. It's titled Our Lady of courage artists. The Lee be says what motivated her to put this together was absolute rage and minorities. And that's how a channel rage is make art in Washington square park. Mike's melts to be CBS NewsRadio eight eighty a surfer from the jersey shore has died of what's described as a brain eating amoeba after being a wave pool at a resort in central Texas. Twenty nine year old for breezy Bela vetnar
"washington square park" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast
"The flat iron building and the and then the madison square park in net felt pretty you get you get washington square park you get a massive square park you get the flat iron you get madison square garden you've pretty much got it pretty much stay building something on the when you go downtown will say if the empire state building is different colors depending on what night it is then you nailed new york central park probably in the game i would say that the swing and there's going to be real rough ooh although there was a lot of like phantom straight like you know your club don't have to see the thing you're swinging from you just have to know your swing dan yeah i feel like you wanna say la new are no i'm thinking specifically about ones that like i grew up in kansas so it's not like i got to play any fucking games there and then like i moved to minneapolis and i guess there's tony hawk level that doesn't look anything like minneapolis no it doesn't so watchdogs to was the first time that i had been living in city and it was like near the end of my time in san francisco and it's not certainly not one to one they're things that just kinda jammed together and stuff but it doesn't pretty good job and so that was really cool novelty to play through that while i was living when did sleeping dogs come out because i remember it was around the time i i went to hong kong i can't remember if i went to hong kong and then louis looking for locations from the game or the other way around but i do remember at some point like looking through the game being like oh yeah no condensed this part but you know this park is still there and that kind of that that was another kind of interesting one anything yes i do when i i played the last of us i was living in boston having that start there was very cool especially 'cause i feel like we've had more now we had like followed for but i feel like there weren't a ton of games set in boston's was very exciting for me even though there wasn't the crazy one to one stuff there were some still some landmarks i recognized which is always pretty cool but if that was my big one and then also when i played uta five was literally days after i had a trip to la and that was crazy to just see how weirdly accurate everything looked especially for a city that is supposed to be fictionalized of the city yeah yeah so i think those are my main ones cool all right what about is that for the emails seems for emails where up to corrections correction center in the beast cast that giant bomb dot com bee's cast that giant bomb dot com those are the corrections no you want to just get in there and help us along appreciate the push here you go abbey what do we got for corrections we have this first one from francis do you wanna read it vinnie sure quick correction on episode one five nine one fifty nine dan incorrectly stated virtual racing was on arcade and saturn it was i available on the sega genesis and thirty two x thanks keep up the great work thank you france i associated virtue with saturn because virtual cop in virtual fighter snoring saturn games sure by that one more we got this one approximately one million times about the pg thirteen ratings standard you like to read this one for michael sure jeff and dan were pretty much with pg thirteen steven spielberg was basically personally responsible for showing the npa that they had a big content gap between and our jaws and raiders basically set the table but the immediate triggers for the creation pg thirteen are generally considered to be gremlins and temple of doom parents at the time were outraged by the level of violence and horror on display and movies that were built as one step above so the ratings group took action and created another tier in the three month gap between temple red dawn that make sense shit does nice read grimm's great grandma movies listed nearer fantastic well temple doom it might be one of the weaker indiana jones movie action weaker now but yeah what's the weakest crystal we count that it is and.
"washington square park" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Michael riedel in the morning on the radio home of the mets seven ten w o r voice of new york an iheartradio station we do have a beautiful day shaping up forty seven degrees mostly sunny at ten o'clock good morning i'm terry mccready a new york city student walkout in protest of gun violence scott pringle reports lashed out at the nra and remember those killed on the nineteenth anniversary of the columbine school shooting affects of gun violence are lasting devastating and life changing students confident voices will force lawmakers into action on stricter gun laws matter regulation harder to get whatever it is it will happen if we just keep fighting rebecca says she'll get in trouble but school officials didn't stop students from leaving the building we all walked out they held the door open for us in washington square park i'm scott pringle for seven seven years after playing lark cans best friend on tv allison mack is pleading not guilty to sex trafficking james flippin has the story smallville actress appeared before a federal judge in brooklyn late friday after being accused of participating in upstate new york sex coal called nexium some victims apparently were branded near the pelvic area and were blackmailed with nude or compromising photos the group's co founder keith ranieri is already being held without bail on similar charges the fifty seven year old is the leader of an international help organization in the albany area described by some experts as a colt and prosecutors say that mac played a key role in grooming victims james flippin for seven ten w o r checking your w alarm sports nets five three over the braves nets.
"washington square park" Discussed on WINS 1010
"In the region rallied against guns in washington square park the celia sparrow and others walked in to make a statement at long island high school for the arts damn peace garden other people are walking out because i feel like this is impacting all of us in a different way then walking out of school just like more spiritual you could say meanwhile a teenager with a shotgun in guitar case walked into forest high school in ocala florida but opened fire at least say that nineteen year old sky boucher managed to get into the main building with a gun and opened fire on a seventeen year old student school resource officer deputy jim long was there in three minutes and took the accused gunman into custody devotion saami reports other students and teachers used desks and cabinets to barricade classroom doors wins news time five thirty six federal prosecutors are recommending charges against the nypd officer involved in the two thousand fourteen chokehold death of eric garner on staten island but other officials are questioning whether the case can be one isn't it parents split in the justice department the new york times and cnn reporting that prosecutors within the civil rights division of the justice department and now recommending an indictment against police officer daniel pantaleo while deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is leading towards no indictment the nypd police union issued a statement saying that it's a fishing expedition that shit stop so officer pantaleo can move forward in two thousand fourteen state grand jury declined to indict pantaleo for allegedly putting eric garner in a chokehold causing his death gordon was unharmed and had been confronted by the police for allegedly selling loose cigarettes carol d'auria ten ten wins.
"washington square park" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The app faith groupon prosecutors are recommending charges against a new york city police officer in connection with the death of eric garner but some in the justice department are pushing back the new york times and cnn or among the agencies reporting that the civil rights division of the justice department is now pushing for an indictment of police officer daniel pantaleo federal investigators have been looking at possible civil rights violations since two thousand fourteen that's when a state grand jury decided not to indict pantaleo for the death of eric garner also deputy attorney general rod rosenstein is reportedly leaning for no charges also in a statement eric garner's mother gwen carr said the justice department is failing to uphold law and order for the sake of politics she said nearly four year delay is outrageous carol d'auria tinton wins news high school students in many parts of the country including here in new york walked out of school friday on the nineteenth anniversary of the massacre at columbine high rally was held in washington square park thousands here like seventeen year old kelsey who thinks this causes more important than any punishment they may get for walking out of school to attend this rally definitely worth it as long as we could save another life or signs reading enough is enough and protect kids not guns students called on lawmakers to enact tougher gun laws decatur responsibility deeply planes represented and then talk for you claim to serve they want things like universal background checks a ban on assault weapons roger stern ten ten wins in washington square park most of the students weren't even alive when the tragedy at columbine took.
"washington square park" Discussed on Z100
"Z one hundred into the weekend nice finally the days that we've deserved sunshine like in the sixties i guess fiftythree today sixty tomorrow sixty three by sunday sunshine all the way through must note by the way washington square park today at noon on new york city students are planning their second gun protest since the parkland shooting and they're saying that it's going to be much smaller than the large marks that we all took part in several weeks ago but washington square park at noon today you're going to see a lot of activity there is very interesting this is the nineteenth anniversary of the shooting in columbine columbine can't believe it was nineteen years and look at everything that's happened since then it's been it's been just a crazy ride so anyway so noon today by the way this is not a recognized walkout by the school system so kids will marked as absent yeah there are some schools that are saying that if you walk out you're going to be penalized for it i heard that sebastian maniscalco did such an incredible job at radio city hilarious he played last night he's got two shows tonight in two shows torn i think it's amazing how someone like sebastian maniscalco who is so funny and put so much into a show can do two shows in one night yeah we can't even do one show in a day we're not even funny man you put all your emotion and passion into it it's you know i say that would broadway people to like when they have a matinee and then they have a night show i'm like oh my gosh they put so much sweat and tears instead i show how the hell do you.
"washington square park" Discussed on WLOB
"I could see how it would be irritable but i just don't see how it could they could possibly overthrow the government they know how government works that could be the problem there basically an anarchist groups uh he he me who i am that's terrible terrible all right so we've got the scream also a buoyed the city parks ladies and gentleman a if you have small children or pets that might be susceptible to highpitched screaming you might want to steer clear of washington square park in new york city a hilbert others ride light to put light to chat about um apparently millennials are want to get rid of capitalism is that correct this is a yeah this is true according to harvard university poll conducted last year about fifty one percent about half of eighteen to twenty nine year olds are opposed to capitalism and you're seeing a lot more people especially last year with the rise of bernie sanders starting to support socialism you know i would i remember a story we did a couple of years ago there was a high school in iowa and the school was actually teaching kids that socialism was better than than capitalism here is there any indication were kids are getting this idea of millennials are getting this idea that that capitalism is is bad yet there while there learning it in in colleges and then also uh they're starting to identify with socialism as a political ideology and i don't think hollywood's doing too much to.
"washington square park" Discussed on The AskGaryVee Show
"It happened is different he just doesn't happen the most people like i think most people don't have a video get eight hundred million you know variety reach a changes the nobody's life has been changed by viral video drew like like not not like people that are trying to do something consistently like i know you could bring up one or two people like i get it but like if you wanna you just keep going and grinding i think he guy i think you guys are interesting like i remember your entire page the way you guys rolled everything about it like i got for your met your memorable to me so i think you should continue to hack i mean it good to see in the channel chanted me work this week me another allah my heart teed you know how are you told me he will actually leave love is i mean that from the bottom i actually said this week me up giving details gonna stop by the rule will actually has a pretty good start benefitting yes so my advice is exceeded the voter online instagram pay when would actually i learned i still leaned towards the internet internet it's just noah from cross the brick and mortar in put up the money for a story i you have you want it with a warning then he should try like like it's it's harder to wait a lease a good chunk of money quicker but if you wanna smudge will try is to go back to your nothing you took a step forward you know what i mean i feel it then the types of you.
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"Raised to be entrepreneurial minded but my dad was came from eritrea an for usafrica and he's never worked for anybody here he's just been always doing his own income and yours rewind up for us but he also really push score because i'm mean i don't with a lot of immigrants do i get it and so it's not that i'm doing it because it score i definitely see like the perils of how it is to were like i'm doing an international where i can i see what the engineering lifestyle is and know that always be call now but i can easily see myself was like i am signs much better to get into an earlier like entrepreneurship because the because you can fish like controversial worship is a game of chicken it's like uber says the game like its who's going to blink first and when you're younger and you can live with a levin home east or in your fucking car it just easier when you're forty two and have family in kids and like renton like it's harder so the senate said you're you're in a funny spot because you're pulling for like you've basically shift in a short period time show tendencies of cynicism to both i'm like i don't know i i think like i he it's funny i don't keep this advice often like i think be really interesting for you to like a fouryear thing where you do two years of one in tears the other and then come out the other side just aside sort since then would look for pakistan sean of that's where need a good listened to the mice is these guys that are really good job dig they really dead suck i mean like i'm mentor for like.
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"Detail even can't get the cnn how are you good to see all sealant or mike outgoing tranship yet i watched your hacked the rich guy video how would you do that for like a wall street purpose like it's very same exact way and networking is the most important thing right if he only it's the only sick but that's not an environment that is as rewarding an opening to which is why exactly it's the best sometimes it's very structured programme folks i really have done those hats before smaller firms fought for like a big bag for sleigh ground yes absolutely don't want to sap except for the person that it's now frowned upon to think about it right if you're a winner and you've watched thousands of interns go through and be scared to say hello and in some kid rolls up and isn't scared you're the anomaly so i think at your age with your whole life in front of you it's better to try picked the wrong guy or gal and get fired over and or kick the right guy and the guy becomes mentor for your whole life the upside is so much greater than the downside losing that internship means diction getting the fuck in dire girl that becomes the mentor for your whole life because you have balls is everything the end it's actually practical to take the risk and smart it's a smart people don't see it that way but just mark your valuing the short term internship over all the whole lifetime upside.
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"And i got he said okay yes i totally for examiner i really urge are in town and then i was like oh i own visit of beer for long so um my question kind of his on nineteen years old and you know you really like kinda shook things around for me i was always reading books like start with lie and like 7 habits of highly effective people but i'll still kinda like sitting on the couch here and you kinda got media like no get up get up like do something i knew i always wanted to be like you don't entrepreneur and start a business and i was like well nineteen i don't really know know what i'm talking about because they haven't done anything a nineteen people wouldn't really taken seriously so what's your sense same with the other guy you know just do a whole bunch different figure out what you wanted to amend tireless cher shirt but it is so you know i'm doing like three d printing services like tacky schultz programming weapons line and i'm trying too much different things you you're doing a bunch of things in one narrow thing i when i give not when i give advice i mean dope farming and go like sell flowers like you're staying in like it sounds actually like you do know we wanna do based on what i just heard is like you have a passion around tack i think the question is do you taste more things within that would you actually really go rogan fucking try to go sing she i hear me so listen it's a blend you abrupt the book so resolving i'm really proud of that never gets talked about i've never sentence.
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"Woody charging skies thousands of aspirin whose that so somebody else how long it he had the longest wanted to burma's yet your deep shared with i mean that's what everybody's in trouble sudi would should be to make their thousand dollars means in order to liberal restaurants might plus two more so vast surreal if you've got like that's the only thing you should be spending time in our sheep farming always beats hunter and everybody's just hunting like like i would like it's about lifetime value and like retention but wien or media would be a bad business if every year advocate a new people on it it's keeping gdp for five years and pepsi like if that he to provide rick valley and the biggest promised at those low prices it's hard to create roy so some people move and you that because it checks the box at the posh fell party they say that on social media and some twelve thousand dollars europeias gibson but klein service is a very tough business especially if you're actually asking for that little amount of money to pay for your life style tip because we should be rating with that little monies investing simple but you probably x he doesn't hours a month monte recurring revenue are you guys ration kelly doing the work if you have one or two with what you'll have some money for real boys reich me like the models could break man it's it's it's not gonna work.
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"Tech talk yeah i thought of it's not something i even think about israel because it's not right now is the best engineering talent in silicon valley us up yes attorney go you know it's like it's like if you want to be movies there in la like that's where it is like if you wanna like if you want to be like hardcore like like if you want to break out in current hiphop like atlanta's probably good place to be but it doesn't mean you can't be somewhere else like i have no passion zero to prove that your kunis jersey or arkansas atlanta is the next good tech hub it doesn't mean anything it's going to happen tech is acknowledged like it's everywhere like it's i don't even that's that's a boring for me two thousand nine conversation that was fun when i read crush every day that doesn't mean anything to the anymore but isn't from the moment i love the few are are you remember that and of course two years ago aussies thanks coming out of the meeting in a hurry of muslims we should to resort town of tourist gets to decide i could you still open that door gutted buzzer fell short of services of us his rush says from other people from the war effects were like other trio he had like the war flick clients singing you're dead as well maddest getting clients whose nothing keeping clients and having them get you other appliances how you build the biggest problem with that whole movement to all these agencies is the size of the clients of small and you guys are built of big slur.
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"As i had an on with another way of showing how community provide much value in new york that that we mad at him that i really like gary and so we have to give it to say i made in that you could move guide through either rainer or iran on this matter note corners now i buy it will newt gingrich commuters we need and certified china heaven i'm monopolies on the on the side of not by his one minute highway that again aisin's i get any people tummy hey misato seminole one unsolicited yeah and i wanna one known in the old ones any with witness or whatever you need to be in the west traffic being singled out there i want a nobody is there's nothing significant that i want to build right now from an engineering standpoint it just now where my had sat so i don't i don't nothing comes to mind that's which merely wanting to remind the mighty for engineering talent is very well have too many engineers of what i mean forget and so but anyway the idea was not leave it to use it can make it speaking of the next were whatever it is i can say true to provide the value of people seeking about hitting can do a for whatever you want i don't think that i think that's a boring argument i think that i don't think i don't think anybody smart believes that i think you're the bubble old.
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"Okay and i watched the yup i watched in real time and by greek there was no confusion a big so you can never win anything on defense boost your defence yes it was completely a blind thought the other guy was gonna put himself out of his was yeah that's the quickest way to lose here's what i was set of that to answer your question it's the candidate barack obama would have perfect because he's one of those kind of charismatic selfish legacy people that can do a whole thing but if you're gonna do in a third party you it's gotta be a a human beings going to have to be the person that carries that torch so while you build platform and interned in this just keep that amman because that's how it actually works yeah not just puma new all societies across human race the last fucking housing years of what we do we don't remember what what gandhi and martin luther king and lack of common john of the they're they're they're not the only person that thought third a person that dragged of course you need the post it's the advice i'm giving you now inter sam axes so that's the answer yet people full movement beneath the leader but the leader is the leader i'm i'm i'm not i'm not the person or for like created like pure honest entrepreneurship i'm just a person got it got it got a pushing come in.