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Fresh update on "xavier" discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"January 31st, 2023, my 6 tenth anniversary of IGN saying, hey, can we interview for you for a job? I'm one of your hosts and WWE superstar Greg Miller alongside Forbes 30 under 30. AKA the future class of gaming, AKA the okay beast blessing and yo Ye, junior. What's up Greg? You're looking good in this spawn on me, shirt. Becky, I appreciate it. Shout out spawn on me. They did this Bonnie's life. Great award show. From the spare bedroom. Exactly. It looked fantastic. I was actually kind of jealous because all their assets looked incredible. And I was like, how do we get on that level? That's what I'm saying. Get rid of them. I don't know who I assume can't fire designs because it looks like someone came by design subject. Impossible, possibly. Yeah. Bring them on. Sure. But yeah. Congratulations horizon for winning their game of the year. The Cheddar bay biscuits award. I love it. I love all the names that they have for the rewards. Do you get did you get a chance to check it out? Yeah, just parse it here here and there. Here obviously when they started recording, I caught pieces of it last night. Always so happy to see, first off, the caliph spot on me do well. Second off, Paris Lilly get insulted by Xavier Woods. 1000%. That was amazing. And then of course, then have to not know what present the next award. Could you imagine setting somebody up in a fee like that? I just get roasted by Woods and then you just pop up. Hey everybody, it's me, parents. Ellie, I can incredible. The part so I missed that part. I need to go back and watch it. But I saw you already reacting to it on Twitter. And that's when I was like, oh, shit the spine is going on. I need tune in. The part I tuned in for was toward the very end where horizon won multiple awards. But in between, they had a rap artist come through and do a rap about every single game that all the big games I came out during the year and do different punish lines and connect to them together. And they've done that for multiple years. I've caught the spines before where they've done that. But every single time it continues to impress me. I don't know where Khalifa is finding these rappers that are just super excellent lyricists that put in all the work to actually make these verses. As relevant as possible, but it's fantastic every single time. When it hits it hits. I still to this day saying game of the year, which was a Malik plays rap that he did for IGN when uncharted two one game of the year. I'm getting down with my naughty dogs. I'm like demon souls. I'm just too fucking hard. I was like, that's fine. That's fire right there. You were probably two years old when that came out, but I was at least 7 and a half. Okay. Mad about me and young men was Jesus Christ. As we see here, as Woods just going in, just destroying him. God damn it. Oh man, that's why you gotta like Xavier Woods. You know, except when he turns around on me, he needs me. As you saw last night, my clip that I put up where he attacks me in front of Cody Rhodes, but Cody Rhodes defends me. I was going to say give you a chat. He didn't give me a shout out, but he was like, he was okay. I thought he was all right. And okay from the man who won the Royal Rumble. He's probably going to win the world title at WrestleMania, come on now. If Cody Rhodes said I was just okay. I would be on cloud 9. Well, Cody rosa probably say you're better than okay. You think so? Yeah. Because Woods would put you over. You would say how great blessing is, and then he'd be like, of course, if anybody interacts with you blessed, they love you. That's fair. I don't think you. You're the gift that keeps on giving. I don't believe that. I appreciate it. It's true. Also, how high is your chair? I feel like you're very high today. Not high enough he says. Well, I'll see you guys higher, ladies and gentlemen, let me prepare you for some stories. The big three are skipping E three. PlayStation VR two is having its forecast, maybe, and more. We'll talk about it all because this is all of the games daily. Each and every weekday and a variety of platforms, we run you through the nerdy video game news need know about. If you like that, be part of the show, but now you're way too low. Be part of the show for free. It kind of funny dot com slash KMG. This is gonna be like when your parents are like, don't play with it, you break it, you're gonna break it and have to be the lowest chair possible all day long. Like I said,
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Josh Brown tree. We started the NBA where Milwaukee won again, Giannis Antetokounmpo put up 33 points as the bucks topped a Denver team playing without Nikola Jokić one O 7 99. Elsewhere the 76ers beat Brooklyn in a high scoring affair one 37 one 33. Tyrese Maxie had 27 off the bench for Philly. And the warriors beat Memphis one 22 one 20 as Steph Curry put up 34 points for Golden State. On the college hardwood, fort Frank Tennessee blew out Georgia's 70 41 behind 11 points and 7 assists from zakai ziegler 13th ranked Xavier top 19th ranked Yukon 82 79. On the ice Toronto dropped the rangers three two, Mitch marner scored the OT winner for the Maple Leafs. Carolina beat Dallas also three two in OT. And in the NFL chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes says he is, quote, good to go for Sunday's AFC championship game against Cincinnati following a high ankle sprain and Kansas City's divisional round win over Jacksonville this past Sunday. I'm Josh Brown tree, AP sports.
"xavier" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"When the people walked by that store, it's really unexpected to see a bunch of mangroves in a window. So as a store owner, what is this about? In order to say, oh, these mangroves are reclaiming their island. Mangrove seedlings used to hang on this very location on trees before all of this concrete was poured. Well, when the installations came down after the seedlings were germinated, we planted them. 25 acres of them on Biscayne bay, but more importantly, we inspired thousands of south floridians to become environmental stewards, to care for the environment. We did this in partnership with dozens of schools, museums, and libraries. And it wasn't just about creating ecosystems above and below the water line. It was about developing a cadre of eco emissaries. Of creative problem solvers of Miami's driven by empathy and love of community. Art did that. Art has that power art has the power to break down barriers and bridge divides, art can help us see things in different ways. When you look at one of those yards signs with a number on it and ask, what is this about? That's the moment when the seat of awareness is planted in you. We piqued your curiosity when you're engaged in an eco art project and begin caring for mangroves, walking in that forest, collecting them, sharing, talking about the installing them and then planting them. You begin to develop a personal connection with nature. Finding ways to provoke that moment of inquiry and importantly, creating pathways for further action, that's what socially engaged art does. And it is my hope that all of us across all sectors use the power of art. That universal language, the power of art, to engage our communities. So that individuals can tap into their own creativity and work with others in finding innovative approaches to build a more just a more loving and a more beautiful world. Thank you. Ted-talks daily is hosted by me, Elise Hugh, and produced by Ted. The music is from Alison Leighton Brown and our mixer is Christopher fazy bogan. We record the talks at Ted events we host or from TEDx events, which are organized independently by volunteers all over the world. And we'd love to hear from you. Leave us a review on Apple podcasts or email us at podcasts at Ted dot com. PRX.
"xavier" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"What can we do to grab the attention of those individuals who are disengaged? I ask these questions as an artist, as an educator, and as a lifelong resident of Miami, Florida, one of the most climate vulnerable cities in the United States. In Miami, we're already seeing storm drains that erupt with water after heavy rainfalls. And cars and properties that are damaged due to flooding from high tide. And we've all seen the devastation. Of hurricane Ian as a barrel at a 150 miles an hour, bringing ten feet of storm surge to the Gulf Coast, just two and a half hours from my home. My home sits at 6 feet above sea level, but today we see cranes populating Miami skyline. Building more and more skyscrapers at the water's edge. Thanks to this brazen over development, many Miami and sought to aware of the threat that sea level rise proses to their families, their homes, and their communities. I myself wasn't aware of just how dire Miami situation was until I traveled to Antarctica. I went there in 2006. As part of the national science foundation and Arctic artists and writers program. I spoke with scientists there and I learned just how vulnerable my city was. I was standing on the very ice that threatened to melt and drown the only place I've ever called home. So I took that ice and I made art with it. I took ice a glaciologist brought back from their field stations and melted the to create a series of Antarctic ice paintings. Paintings made in Antarctica with Antarctica and about Antarctica. But they were just about Antarctica. They were about where Antarctica was going. I returned to Miami transformed by that experience. And pivoted my art practice to one where, for 15 years now, I've been trying to ask, how do we best engage the public around climate issues? Just a few years ago, I worked with the village of pinecrest to develop a socially engaged art project that would make sea level rise impossible to ignore. We called it the underwater homeowners association. Let that sink in for a second. We used those Antarctic ice paintings as the backdrop for yard signs that would map the elevation of people's homes. People use an app to find out how many feet above sea level their homes are. And then they would either paint that number on a yard sign or take home a pre made one. And they would place it in their front yards. Now you can imagine when your neighbor from across the street asks you what that number 8 in front of your house means. It's a perfect opportunity for you to tell them that they too live at 8 feet above the sea. And it is in their interest in their personal and financial interest to understand the consequences of a warming planet. The strangeness or weirdness of these signs, remember, these aren't political signs that you aren't home for sales signs. These are elevation markers. Is a key component to socially engaged project that makes random people stop long enough to ask, what is this about? And it is in that way that many of my neighbors realize that all they lived farther inland from the ocean, they weren't necessarily less vulnerable to the rising seas. You see, in Miami, elevation generally increases as you move inland until you hit this ridge. And then it starts dropping as you approach the Florida Everglades, the river of grass, or what I call Miami's second coastline. As these yard signs were popping up, house by house blocked by block, I worked with schools to paint four street intersections with their respective elevations. We called that road elevation drive. Because it showcased the elevation of a neighborhood. Rising as you drove inland, and then dropping after you crossed that barely noticeable ridge. And as if being flanked by bodies of water on both sides wasn't enough, Miami has a third coastline. It's the water beneath our feet. In the aquifer. This is where saltwater intrusion is presently threatening our drinking water. And it is the reason why when it comes to sea level rise, dams are not a solution for Miami. You see, my city is built on porous limestone rock and the water will just come up through it. Now, as information about this about our project started getting out, all hell broke loose. People started calling the mayor's office. What are you doing? How are you supporting a project that's going to inherently diminish our property values? And the realtors were a gas. How are we going to make sales in the neighborhood? This backlash, this desire to hide a number that's in every single one of our flood insurance documents. Made the city officials actually reconsider the support for the project. But by then, it was too late. The project had broad community support, hundreds of signs were all over the neighborhood. People wanted to do something. So we convened monthly underwater homeowners association meetings. Where people came together and they learned from relevant scientists and experts and practitioners and ultimately began planning for its future with faulty septic tanks and risky real estate and water that would rise, but unlike a hurricane storm surge will not recede. I want to emphasize what I'm talking about here. I'm talking about social practice about socially engaged art. The objects are important. The art science, the street murals, but the art is the process. The art lives in the interaction in the community coming together to plan to strategize. It is in this way that socially engaged art provides a mechanism that brings different people together around a shared challenge. And importantly, it generates a sense of agency of responsibility. I first started working with my neighbors on environmental issues, when I witnessed a destruction of wetlands on a drive down to the Florida keys. Miles upon miles of mangroves were being bulldozed to make space for a wider road. And I imagined someone driving down that road in the future, being clueless about the ecosystem that once thrived there. Just like many of us today are oblivious to the nature we've already destroyed. So I used eco art. I brought my neighbors my south floridians on walks through majestic mangrove forests. There we were. Knee deep in water, crawling through mangrove roots, and I would explain that these trees sequester carbon from the atmosphere. They support by a diversity. They protect us from storm surges. We collect that mangrove propagates seedlings that we would then give to store owners on Lincoln road, the busiest shopping area in Miami Beach. We asked those stone owners to grow those mangroves as vertical nurseries right there inside their stores. A volunteers put the seedlings and possible cups and hung them on the merchant windows as installations that referenced the city grid that displaced the mangroves on that very barrier island.
Army tops Navy 20-17 in first OT game in 123 rivalry games
"Click the 39 yard field goal in the second overtime to give army a 2017 win over navy. Hit a 37 yarder that tied the game with one 50 feet of play in the fourth quarter, his game where they came at the army had recovered on AV fumble at the best three yard line. I'm just so down for the coaches and for this team to put me in a position to be able to do that. You know, this team fought so hard. All season and especially in this game. Quarterback tire Tyler were over 62 yards for army who improved the 6 and 6, Xavier R ligand for 102 yards for a navy, Michael luongo, Philadelphia.
Man arrested in fatal shooting of Migos rapper Takeoff
"A suspect has been arrested by Houston police for last month's fatal shooting of popular amigos rapper takeoff, I Norman hall. Houston police say a 33 year old man, Patrick Xavier Clarke was arrested on a murder charge in the shooting of takeoff and that the entertainer was an innocent bystander. Clark's arrest came after another man was also charged in connection with the November 1st shooting outside a bowling alley where there had been a private party. It's believed there was a dispute over what police are calling a lucrative dice game, dozens of witnesses all fled the scene and investigators pieced together events with ballistics video and audio recordings. I Norman hall
Boost in people seeking HealthCare.gov coverage, HHS says
"The government reports there's been an increase in health insurance coverage. On Norman hall, the Biden administration says it's seeing a big uptick in the number of new customers buying private health insurance for 2023 from the affordable care acts marketplace. Early 3.4 million people have signed up for coverage and increase of 17% compared to the same time last year. The boost in enrollment comes as a number of uninsured Americans this year reached a historic low of 8%. More than 665,000 new people had bought plans on the marketplace since open enrollment started on November 1st. Health and Human Services secretary Xavier becerra says people are buying a good product. Norman hall, Washington
Giants stop Jags at 1-yard line, hold on for 23-17 win
"The Giants are 6 and one after a goal line stop secured at 23 17 win over the Jaguars Julian love and Xavier McKinney hauled down Christian Kirk inside the New York one on the final play giving the Giants their best 7 game starred in 14 years Jacksonville players tried to push the pile to no avail and fell to two and 5 The G men had a pair of 100 yard rushers Quarterback Daniel Jones ran for a career high 107 yards 35 coming on the winning drive that ended with his one yard scoring plunge Saquon Barkley finished with 107 yards on 24 carries I'm Dave ferry
Giants spoil Packers international debut with 27-22 win
"The Giants did a nice job closing out a 27 22 win over the packers in London First saquon Barkley took a direct snap and ran for a two yard score to put New York ahead with about 6 and a half minutes remaining I knew what we were doing And once I saw GB go out I knew it was only a corner there So I was just like Jim is making a block and it's a foot very so I guess right Then the Giants made a goal line stand as Aaron Rodgers had a fourth and goal pass swatted down by Xavier McKinney with just over a minute left The four in one giant scored 17 straight points in the second half after trailing 20 to ten Barkley had 70 yards rushing at Daniel Jones was 21 of 27 for 217 yards I'm Dave fairy
The latest in sports
"AP sports I'm Bruce Morton College football's defending champ sent a resounding message to one at all Third ranked Georgia delighted to sell out Atlanta crowd when it thumped number 11 Oregon 49 to three bulldogs coach Kirby smart said his guys delivered on a pregame promise The expectations I have is for orgasm to play at their best and our coaches to prepare at their best and I think that our guys really did that this game Stetson Bennett threw for 368 yards and accounted for three touchdowns Meanwhile in Columbus number two Ohio State prevailed over 5th rated Notre-Dame 28 ten Tom merriam has details The finding Irish led ten 7 and a half time and held that lead until the final minute of the third quarter when the buckeyes took the lead for good on a 24 year old touchdown pass to Xavier Johnson from CJ Stroud It was the second TD pass of the game thrown by the Heisman Trophy favorite Baseball some tight races in early September Dylan cease came within one out of a no hitter in pitching the White Sox past Minnesota 13 to nothing combined with the guardians lost to Seattle Cleveland still leads the twins by one game and the pale hose by two in the AL central In the east the Yankees advantage over Tampa Bay shrank to four games when the rays defeated The Bronx bombers two one Corey Kluber delivered 7 shutout innings which earned a bouquet from his skipper Kevin cash He's just had a lot of success against the Yankee lineup They know him he played there last year They know how he attacks guys but when he's executing like that it's really tough Over in the national league the mets eastern division lead on Atlanta dwindled to two games New York fell to Washington 7 to one while the braves got a 9th inning bases loaded walk to Robbie Grossman to edge Miami two to one I'm just glad I could do anything to help the team win a game and fortunately we came out on the better side of that Pro basketball the Cavaliers made a serious personnel upgrade when they dealt three players to the jazz in exchange for three time all star guard Donovan Mitchell Bruce Morton AP sports
No. 2 Ohio State wears down No. 5 Notre Dame 21-10
"Second ranked Ohio State score two second half touchdowns to knock off number 5 Notre-Dame 21 to ten in the opening game for these two traditional college football powers The finding Irish led ten 7 and a half time and held that lead until the final minute of the third quarter when the buckeyes took the lead for good on a 24 year old touchdown pass to Xavier Johnson from CJ Stroud It was the second TD pass of the game thrown by the Heisman Trophy favorite We got the win and it's one of us gets the number 5 team in the country kudos in order day and they did some good things and that's a really tough first game Oh how states defense shut out Notre-Dame over the final 42 minutes forcing puns on the last 6 Irish possessions I'm Tom
Monkeypox Is Not a Public Health Emergency
"The White House has declared monkeypox a public health emergency. Sort of like Michael Scott, declaring bankruptcy. The Health and Human Services secretary Xavier becerra basically went out to the middle of the office and shouted. I have declared a public health emergency. Here he was yesterday. In light of all of these developments and the evolving circumstances on the ground, I want to make an announcement today that I will be declaring a public health emergency on monkeypox. Okay, and then Xavier becerra said to reporters quote, we are prepared to take our response to the next level in addressing this virus, and we urge every American to take monkeypox seriously. I'm not going to take monkeypox seriously. On a personal level. Sorry, not going to. I don't mean like, I'm not worried about people getting monkeypox or transmitting monkey box. On a personal level, I have zero concern about getting monkeypox, and you shouldn't either unless you are engaging in promiscuous sex with people you don't know. That's all. This idea that everybody is equally vulnerable to monkeypox in the same way that you were vulnerable to COVID is totally crazy. And the fact that the federal government continues to push this line is ridiculous on its face.
"xavier" Discussed on WTOP
"Ain't even New York town. All the cars they were driving were from out of state. Run away, cover. Run away. FOSTA mayor Michelle Wu tweeted when we march, we don't hide our faces. Your hate is as cowardly as it is disgusting, and it goes against all that Boston stands for. Health and Human Services secretary Xavier becerra says roe V wade will not stay overturned, but Congress needs to take action to codify it. Becerra on NBC's meet the press. I don't believe this decision by this court in Dobbs is going to stand long. It's just not America. We're not about taking rights. Thousands of flights have been canceled or delayed this holiday weekend, and it could get worse. Jake rayner is at LAX. Staffing shortages and weather problems are causing major delays and cancellations. According to flight aware Friday and Saturday combined saw more than 1200 flights canceled and well over 13,000 flights delayed within into or out of the United States. Forget October, CBS Serena Marshall reports, we could get a summer surprise. The former president preparing to throw his name in the 2024 presidential race, aids telling CBS News mister Trump readying for a political comeback, as soon as this summer. The move is reportedly in response to recent January 6th testimony. This is CBS News. Never miss a moment, top news from WTO, 24/7 360 five. Listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO P app. 9 O three on this Sunday, July 3rd, 2022, 81° will cool into the mid 60s tonight. Good evening. I'm Sarah Jacobs with the top local stories we're following this hour. A full Independence Day fireworks show is on tap for the national mall this year. This is going to be the first one in years that is closer to what we were used to pre-pandemic. This year, the fireworks will be shot off from both sides of the reflecting pool. Mike littered with the National Park Service says these areas will be blocked off. North of the reflecting pool in constitution gardens, the memorial to this 56 iron is a Declaration of Independence. There is closed this year because it's within the fallout zone. But since they're not shooting off fireworks from west Potomac park this year, that entire area will be open. For those looking for the best place to see the show, literature says there's really not a bad place to watch from the mall. Los Anderson WTO news. This 4th of July metro riders can expect delays of up to an hour, speaking with our news partners at NBC four. Metro interim general manager Andy offs says riders should pack their patience and expect overcrowded platforms on their way home. The concern is after the fireworks ends. Because people tend to go down at different times. But when the fireworks end at approximately 9 30 or so, they're done. And so the spigot gets turned on, and everyone goes to Smithsonian. So we're just trying to make sure, you know, we're setting folks expectations that it is going to be very busy. Metro says it's rail capacity will be lower than usual this 4th of July. And expect the mall
Elon Musk Loses Son Over Pronoun Insult
"Even the world's richest man is getting hit with this bullshit too. He's getting the splatter too. Elon Musk's no good and spoiled son, Xavier. Just filed legal documents to not only recognize his gender identity as female, but also to say I'm cutting the ties with my father completely. But just the completely, I'm going off on, I don't want to be a Musk anymore. So Xavier will now be Vivian Jenna Wilson. That's what the documents say he wants. And she also added that she no longer wants to be related to my biological father in any way, shape or form. And all this is because Elon Musk openly tweeted a while back that he supports trans rights, but he hates the pronoun bullshit. He tweeted pronouns suck. And he's right. And that cost him his son. Can you believe this? Can you believe this?
Bynum's 27 points lift No. 11 Friars over Xavier in 3 OTs
"Eleven Frank Providence needed triple overtime to defeat Xavier ninety nine ninety two Jerry Bynum provided twenty seven points including a three pointer to put the friars ahead by five with twenty eight seconds left AJ Reeves finished with sixteen points and al Durham had thirteen to help Providence moved to twenty three and three overall the Watsons put back gave Providence the lead for good the friars are thirteen and three in the big east their most conference victories in a single season Adam Kunkel had twenty points and Paul Scruggs added nineteen for Xavier which has lost two straight and seven of ten I'm Dave Ferrie
No. 14 Villanova holds off No. 17 Xavier, 64-60
"Number number fourteen fourteen the the Lenovo Lenovo number number fourteen fourteen Villanova Villanova won won a a top top twenty twenty five five matchup matchup and and improved improved to to twelve twelve and and four four overall overall by by pulling pulling out out a a sixty sixty four four sixty sixty win win at at seventeen seventeen Franks Franks a a beer beer calling calling Cholesky Cholesky dropped dropped in in twenty twenty one one points points and and Justin Justin Moore Moore scored scored ten ten of of his his sixteen sixteen in in the the second second half half helping helping the the Wildcats Wildcats secured secured their their fifth fifth straight straight victory victory Glaspie Glaspie was was coming coming off off a a season season high high twenty twenty eight eight point point performance performance and and more more is is the the reigning reigning big big east east player player of of the the week week Paul Paul Scruggs Scruggs innate innate Johnson Johnson each each scored scored fifteen fifteen for for the the musketeers musketeers who who trailed trailed by by double double digits digits in in the the second second half half before before tying tying the the game game with with two two sixteen sixteen remaining remaining I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
"xavier" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Thank you He is now 6 36 on Wall Street and that's time for the Bloomberg sports update Is John Stanford That tough loss Monday night of Kansas City They came home to find 13 positive COVID tests all but one of us turned out to be false positives with the miss practice time caused saquon Barkley to misses fourth great game face to the first place raiders nice opening drive Daniel Jones CD passed to Evan in England for that to be the Giants only offensive touchdown but a Xavier McKinney picked 6 three grand you know field goals and the Giants defense only allowed one T a 23 to 16 win over the Raiders at met life the Giants coaches Joe Joe But probably the way the team responded this week to a lot of things as a short week There's a lot of things you come off you know in terms of Monday Night Football traveling you know the deals we had as far as the COVID stuff the guys are now the building So very proud of the way the team came out and responded and prepared through whatever we got throwing this week So I was good well earned team victory Devonte Booker again in for Barkley rushed for 99 yards McKinney had two interceptions in the giant sealed the window of the strip sack fumble of Derek Carr Only giant sack of the game The theme of the day quarterbacks for first place teams struggling Josh Allen couldn't get anything going for buffalo and a stunning 9 6 loss at Jacksonville dak Prescott worst game of his career Dallas lost at home to Denver 30 to 16 It was once 30 to nothing Jordan loves first NFL starred in for Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay lost at Kansas City 13 to 7 and Matthew Stafford a rough game last night the rams were beaten by Tennessee 28 to 16 at the garden Cleveland beat the next one 26 one O 9 as Ricky Rubio's score 30 70 made 8 of 9 three pointers The nets won one 16 one O three at Toronto Kevin Durant with 31 James Harden season height 28.
Playing It Safe, Giants Steal a Win From the Raiders
"The giants got a strong defensive effort to beat the raiders twenty three to sixteen the three and six giants jumped on top early in the third quarter when Xavier McKinney intercepted a Derek Carr pass and returned it forty one yards for a touchdown we can help seal the win with his second interception late in the game Carr threw for two hundred ninety six yards but ended the final drive with a fumble raiders now five and three it was their first game without released receiver Henry Ruggs who is involved in a fatal car accident on Tuesday might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey
Morant scored 26, Jones 17 to lead Grizzlies past Nuggets
"John Marantz twenty six points eight assists and seven rebounds carried the Grizzlies to a one oh six ninety seven win over the nuggets we have scored a ball usually with you know the players we have honestly I was gonna lock in defensively and you know how Thomas's work come out you know with a bang on the defensive end and that if you allow Austin's Tyus Jones chipped in seventeen points as Memphis beat Denver for the first time in their last four meetings Xavier Tillman had twelve points no collie Oakridge led the nuggets with twenty three point seven rebounds and seven assists while Aaron Gordon added fifteen points and ten rebounds Denver's major problem was from outside the arc where it made just twenty four percent of its thirty eight attempts I'm Dave Ferrie
Iowa St. wins another close one against No. 8 Cowboys 24-21
"Brock Purdy for property threw for three hundred seven yards and two touchdowns to help Iowa state beat eighth ranked Oklahoma state twenty four twenty one Rizal scored the go ahead touchdown with five twenty nine left then the cyclones defense forced a three and out and stop the cowboys on fourth down with one oh nine remaining Purdy completed twenty seven of thirty three passes and Xavier Hutchinson had a career best twelve catches for one hundred twenty five yards and two scores for the cyclones Spencer Sanders went fifteen of twenty four passing for Oklahoma state finishing with two hundred twenty five yards and three touchdowns I'm Dave Ferrie
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Know you've lost people to you know ending themselves sooner than they should be and i just really sensitive when i see. People put out very scary messages about their mental health in their state. So i just been really happy to just be able to be in people's box just like yo was good like what's something you interested in. Let's take your mind off this moment. You know what i've learned. That is one of my not owners law snuff law. It's one of my own. I don't know what to call it but I am very self sufficient in my self care and most of the time it really really works. It really really You know i have. I have a grasp from how to get myself out of a rut. You know what i'm saying. But i do not have a grasp on how to tell people I need help or this would assist me in my efficient self care vis would I kind of just all about. I'm just going to suck it up and do it myself. I'm gonna do whatever i need to do to take a trip. I'm going to save the money. I'm gonna is always about putting everything in my own hands myself could care does it. All ways Usually if it includes community. It's like accident or idea of somebody else like somebody else to do this together. I didn't bring it up. And i just i just act my cell phone because they invited but there are some things that i would. I would love to be more intentional about including community into myself care because usually it's not my idea is somebody else's idea and so i haven't been. I haven't got to the point where i have fully. I'm able to verbalize. Hey i would love to do this with my community. Recently said about roller skating. Recently i put up being up on my facebook. And i said hey i want to go to the rain. Cool wants to do a trip to the west. That was down so much. Audience them up and see you know how that works out right. I'd take a pot of like his similar in. I've been learning to i'm used. I've had moments on you to say something. They usually take video down our privacy But as of late just that you know what. I'm tired of sucking things up a bad example to myself It's a bad example to the people who do follow me. Who think. I'm always shaw that i'm never impacted by things not going once. I see you know what. Let me just go ahead and just show my ugly in again in the vein of challenging myself though you know so it's still a part of myself building and like the talking about skating debt. That was a huge mental health decision. Because i i like cardio. But i don't like trade mills and i don't like running the money's her again it is so i said why needs something that i can do. That's not just bike riding. 'cause there's only but so i can get interested in writing by after a while i get tired of the repetitive motion. You know only been able to fit in certain spaces and so forth. So rollerblading was my or. Is mike connection to building another community that is responsive right because i think people sometimes get frozen and even though they see you're trying to put an effort day themselves are stuck to so they won't respond to you saying sometimes like. Oh let's go wild Event because so much of what harms us as you know. People is being visible so again. That's why i've been enjoyed being people's inboxes. So i've been going out to these these skating spaces where most of the time. I'm the only black person. Or maybe i'll see one latina kinda stressful innocence. But i also know that by doing it in being seen out in public on the streets in dc or in maryland. That people start to go. Wait i can do that too. I can show up. I should show everything is not violence. I don't have to internalize on my experiences around white people. I don't always have to feel left out if You know just because i won't go to your left out in the you don't show up so i just try to go there. So other black people go away. Acne joined this facebook group in. Come out in actually still enjoy myself even on might be the only person so i've actually having a lot of fun. You know skating with other people have actually met on a black queer person who is a a we call it a certified instructor so analysis found out this pavilion nearby. That i can go escape. You know pretty much until night. And i didn't know that it was only thought winter. This group with these white folks somebody go. Hey you notice a place. You can go in his black neighborhood in skate outside all day on. They have the dj out there. They have free events that got food vending and even know in iran according. Yeah it'd be. It's all types of. I learned that it's off the city city. That you just really gotta you gotta get the house. You got to get the fuck about the house. 'cause this is some stuff that i just found out this fire as jazz bar. Mom took me to. And i was like i will come here all the time. Like if the if this is five leases item. You're the fire so me and my girl gonna go on next week. Because yeah i i'm i'm trying to find spots where i'm not just in the house. Tell me this. I feel like i feel like we both have been you know expressing our visibility during a time where we are coming out of the dark because prior to you know when we first started mike Kinda showing.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Back into it actually in dc. I went to the practice skate willow. Yeah so skatin- is actually a thing like I don't know if you've seen it. But bishop olds from. He's starting to go viral instagram. Who was just on steve. Harvey show talking about his experience skating. Dnv and he referred to escape In his temple hill skate palace. Right now i think but it used to be called. Krystal skating balanced. Everybody in this area has been knew everybody in this area at least one birthday party in them off so it's iconic like they won't let it shut down like somebody keeps buying it after they over over-clogged somebody buys it right now. Indicated for all is. Okay they trying to get in there. i went there when i was eight years old. The guy tried to give me lessons on those squads. And i hated it. I couldn't keep my feet going in one direction. And i told my dad. I don't wanna do no more cancel my lessons. He was like. Are you sure you should go. Give me some airlines. Would you can't do that. How you going to do that now. Look thin out was like by me though skates. He bought me these these little plastic as they had purple aces and he took me back to the skating. Rank in now is with the guy getting less again and he saw me he was like you don't eat these lessons. You good so to lessons in will qua- as acid A went back in lines. The dude was like unique these lessons so within debt. Same month. I started doing three sixties. I always jumping over stuff jumping off of stuff like woodham space out to the plastic bust on things. I want banks out. So i ended up not continuing skating for a long time literally. Just got back into june this year. Just got back there some type of To to jay talked about it. I'm queen On queer they talked about. It is some type of renaissance happening with roller skating and that the data pandemic really just swelled up. Everybody is as you see people. On tick-tock you see people on instagram. Just skating around the city escaping and just is just something about skating. But i think it's because it's outdoors thing There is a cultural blackouts and this to happen escape and that was really in the eighties seventies eighties. There was a black as moment of skating. That wisconsin and you know we make every motherfucking thing win the With the bucket of what is it called when skating around the room together nine. Different aligned with the lights basically lie on roller skate. Really add up. they'd be fucking it up. 'cause should be it was a. It's a cultural mama in an always come back and fashioning so i thought i just think that it's amazing that because it's called within we're embracing something like that because i just because you can you can go out and solo escape. Nobody can go six fetal. Put on a mad. Like you're moving your. It's not like a bicycle where you're scared to stop and put it somewhere. Somebody's it's on your feet. So i think it was a matter of convenience but also a lot of people would are just now getting into skating main learning so they actually started making three wheel skates called. Try skates that's what i love. I have three pairs. Escapes snap repair of aggressive skates. Which is more for escape park. I have a pair of eighty millimeter. Wheels also have the three will wandering intimidators the big whales on my favorite. Because you exert less energy but you can go further. You can spend a lot. You can do a lot of dancing on the conversations. I've had since people see me on escapes like people smell when a see skating like reminds them of something just triggered some endorphin people when they see rollerblades or they. See so your feet. Suddenly life isn't the same humming. Trump would not need that. It was just two seconds before they laid eyes on ryan. No and this is so many different age groups do you said in the seventies and eighties. People were skating. Selassie people seventy something years old tomorrow. You know what. I'm gonna get back on it like what they're doing. That was seventy years old. I saw him on you to escape part like die. People are out here. And i love is a good way to be active. It's a great way to stay in shape. Yes it is. I got ads now. We see these. Hey yes actually. When i was at the eighth street festival i saw a young woman. She had those on. She was looking at me with last as i'm looking to her Would be there some type of so. I was at the women's march here in houston so vs. Y'all can't see us exchanging these low pin these shoes. They look like inline skates instead. They don't have wheels. They have these like jumping bouncing things on the bottom of wear you jump up and down way. It's like a spring attached to him a little bit. It's not necessarily a spring but it's something that makes you out. And so i was at the women's the houston black women's march and i was speaker at it and this lady was in the audience and she was just jumping bouncing up and down throughout the all crowd and i was like i need to wear them then fucking fire. They are on. I know people think amazon is a devil but you know that is a guilty pleasure of mine. But they're called the new bounce. The new bounce jumping shoes kangaroo jumping shoes for kids adults in someone's always tons of different sizes. But i absolutely love them and i wanted to get a pair because i think they're amazing in their super fun. Yes she was. Dancing them related. Yeah she was having good electric slide and she was doing ac- on it just was fire. I love him. I wanted to try to get some of them as well. Just so i can just try to see if not i'll return to my budget's i'm looking at some right now. What else. what else got you joy. I you made you like flirting. Okay is trying to date right now. Out is already. No people have weighed expectations. Like almost slow mover and a lot of people. I because technology because a hookup culture. They just want everything to be so like responsive you gotta be on it right now today. Sydney auburn chair. At first of all i drive segment. I like to cook there. I to be private so i know it seems backwards compared if you seen also but like i really am the state of myself type person so i can interest sending people. It takes lie way. That's why i said like flirting. Because i like to compliment. People stop taking joy in giving compliments the people throwing up in people's like In boxes and just trying to be a positive influence because like right now a lot of people who were on social media together. Nobody's actually paying attention to each other. So i just tried to like certain People like looking well an example. I have is. I follow a few mental health professionals. They're both black women. On one of them was recently giving us some insight into her experience as as a social worker. She does every day. You know housing. Sometimes they need education so she Education so she's as he said like she stressed out right now especially 'cause kobe like everything is stressed like stressful. And she's saying that allowed people in order to not necessarily responded to her her needs in what she's saying she needs and so i've just really just been focusing on being spiritual you know hug. People cuddle people in the heart reach out to them verbally. The no like. Hey i hear everything you're saying you.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Develop certain habits with my sliding ugly. Do this us. We're we're trying to shrink ourselves where we're in this is my beliefs on. Everybody has different conditioning when they grow up. But i'm we're i'm conditioned to You know beam people are pushing me to be more masculine and be more. I make the rules. I do what i wanna do. Did it up. But my my my transition said you need to shrink yourself because being all like that. It's not womanly and being all like this. That's not going to make dues like you if you're trying to do all of this masculine freaky quote quote unquote magically. Freaky stuff trying to give them do that. None of you gotta be this way. This is how women are. And this is you know you know blah blah blah. We are we but me. I felt like i was. I felt like i was sexually intended to shrink myself. Like i am supposed to be catering to his knees. I'm supposed to be catering to what he likes. Or i am not going to be Desirable enough to keep his attention desirable enough to Be in competition with the rest of the options that he has. I have to subject good. I have to take did good. I have to know how to do all of these things. But now that i'm grown on that's just bullshit but that's what i felt like. I had to do early on in my sexual experience. When i was in my teens and early twenties or i want to say that's not not alien to the the woman experience. That's exactly what they want for you. That rice or trans. That was designed for you to shrink. So we're going to be quiet to take all based object voice to not have muscle tone. You know i remember. Seeing people questioning serena williams insane issued a woman because she has muscles all. I've seen it countless times. You know the culture attacks black women who are urban are self sufficient that she has strong forearm How many times. We saw sierra be dissecting in every image because she's athletico she's toned and she slim instead of plumping. You know literally literally rumors saying that. She was a hermaphrodite literally. Black woman is not allowed to exist outside of the idea that she's soft in suppling and she doesn't have hair but at the same time this comes from the community of people that literally believe men only have to stop thrown. Women only have estrogen so you tend to find that in that those territories that they think that way. So i think what you experienced as exactly what a lot of women feel whether or not they know how to articulate that. That's that's what a lot of women are actually facing and a lot of them are accepting it. It gives a when you play that. Hyper sem hyper submissive. Rawal it does give you a certain level of capita social capital. It does give you you know if you if you are fitting into those ideals in regards to whatever those ideals. If you've got the right features we've got the right texture hair. You got the right color skin if you've got the right body type if it's if it's you know it is what it is. It gives you social capital like you actually can commodified that and armor benefit formula. We know the european green. Yeah absolutely just romi black women to try model after the white will actually having her skin. So now i reject that Like pretty people. I do but i reject the whole notion that is something that everybody's supposed to aspire to because like you said it depends on you know things that outside of our choosing is based on biology is based on your parents your ancestors giving you certain features in giving you a certain experience of class in race in so i think a lot of women find that the more feminine they become more accepted they become the more they become commodified. The more people want to uplift the more people refer to you as an example of feminine exceptionalism. A lot of just don't fit it in. That's just the fact like if that was the case his shaving. It wouldn't be out here doing there. It wouldn't be out here. Donna waxes because if you let if both sexes if all the sexes let everything out the way that it would in nature nobody would really look the way we think we do the way we present ourselves absolutely and and it's so arbitrary 'cause it changes as well shit every five years. There's always a wonderful 'cause it allows us to be even more if we invested in blending allows us to be as do but But for somebody who is trying to chase it girl every so often you you you you get this big booty and the next decade. They don't want wanted right. They don't want to be in the morning is like natural girl will one day. Here bring back the seventies net bag. You know yeah so. Tell me what is bringing you joy nowadays. What is bringing you the most joy in your life. What is some hobbies that you are having that you are like. Oh this is my shit right now. What does that recently. I have gotten back into rollerblading I can't do them. Quads can't do two wheels on. I can't do that. I need any line really on the total opposite. I cannot do line. I have to do plots. Just hold on. Let me show you got me a new air so i could go roller skating. They're so cute. If so comfy. I can't wait to wear them and take them. I just my homework that we need to plan some type of trip to the rolling so we can just have some fun like. Is there a fucking gay day that we don't have to worry about biggest.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Al-anon how did you start to shift what you were sexually attracted to. Because i know you talked about you know identifying as a lesbian for really really long time and then you talked about being an i know based on how we talked about in our past You know data trans women. And then i know you dated guys. How did those things start to shift for you and you get comfortable with that. This is it actually started okay. I had my first boyfriend. I was thirteen years. Lasted for about a week I'm actually still friends with him. He used to sit in my lap. people joke with him. All the time like who's right past relationship demanded relationship on but for me that experience was me trying to explore what types of relationships not necessarily the gender of the person but i felt that to protect myself from predatory practices of men in males that i had to pick a binary language and say i'm lesbian. I came out bisexual my first day of school high school but once guys kept harassing me. I say oh no. I'm less year and it's a me just cutting them off from the conversation not because they're male but because of their behavior and what type of predatory practices. I'd already been exposed soup. And that which i knew what i was going to have to expect Soldiers using lesbian ages. It was my defense but also was pretty much true. I don't typically have attractions to men to males or two masculine of appearing people So before transition. When i was eighteen when i was seventeen years old actually had a conversation with myself because I was on the website called crush spot. I don't know of anybody familiar with that. But you know back in the day lag planet spacing fm And there was this downlink hopeful. Good about down downlink. Would i got a lot of people off this site at new africa. Wasn't there for that one. I was over the back pages today. Show was on a crushed an found this profile of this person. I was like yo day sexy. They ignoring the artistic creative they dance. They did their own videos in everything was really really attractive. It was like right in my highly of aesthetic. But then i found a a masculine page and i said this looks like the same style but just a man so eventually. The person address it because so many people was noticing the commonality between the Persons page in edit out language the dancing the body on so this person came out and say yes. This is me on both pages. And that's when i was like it took me all the two seconds to be like Yeah yeah yeah like that But i like the more feminine version. Because he he could pull off any one of them iga pull whatever he wanted to. He was finally hailed as a female But i prefer the more feminine expression data so from that experience i had a conversation with myself just like yo if i taught myself as the masculine person at him. What stopping me from Except somebody who's of a very similar experience which closest term will be trans woman. And that's when i was like yet. I'm i'm cool is so it's okay with me So from there. I just started to explore not necessarily the binary about dating insects. I started to look more into emotional connection spiritual connection. I'm dating styles other types of practices that determined chemistry and compatibility beyond just do genitals today Because i mean identity day is not necessarily just looking at somebody that makes me happy. It's the intellectual connection it's the activities we share. It's the lifestyle agreements you know. So i had to look at the other items that make up a relationship in look at those other compartments as important as well. So that's that's where i started exploring Dating now indicates my sexuality because just like in the date. Somebody don't mean you fucking on a so Legitimately went on bbc in a and just said hey. I'm tryin and i'm experimenting. I'm cool if you want to experiment with less clear that's all it is. What is a essay. So i studied. You know the language of the apps in the ads and stuff. I started find hookups. In that way. Because i didn't want relationships with these people i just wanted to know. What can i do sexually what turns on turns off. I was about twenty one years old when it happened. I was in pittsburgh which. I really appreciate it because in pittsburgh it's not as racially diverse is more white people out there but they're still people out there who come from different experience than in the area where i pretty much can look at it and go. I know your type. Yes loudest just literally experimented. People were unhappy when i stopped and was like all right. I what i want. They will stay with some unhappy characters but of course you know what i don't know this is just my little bubble but it just feels based on me. Listen into z. Me listening to you and me listening to other trans men that i that i know it just feels like y'all are We now want to be Just have a little bit more freedom than we give ourselves. Because maybe i i'm just now getting to the point where you know i'm on jack and i'm saying hey this is what i want. This is what i wanna do in boom boom boom boom and you know letting let me be known but it's still i'm still connected with the same type of peoples are normally i bet. And that's what. I found interesting when i started interacting with the gay community because i came from the lesbian community and they don't even like bisexuals allowed. It's also israel off from the rest of the experience of other people that have also get into gay. Male spaces was dare hairline. Like whoa hold. Different terms got a whole different like dance in ways of navigating in Skews i'm not trying to put the blame on sis or gave him but they tend to be more focused on how categorize you and like putting you into a box It's not as much fluidity unethical. Part of the is connected to like safety. You know passability stuff like that you know. They had to do with in their cultures butch I just found. I just find it interesting. That among people that are of more trans masculine experience. We tend to have certain personality types. Because the way that you're socialized because of the way that you overcome that socialization as a masculine body appearing person you learn to push in areas where people don't want you to like you learned to navigate how you want to because nobody's going to give it to you as a woman nobody's gonna give space. Nobody's gonna let you know. Do things you literally have to take it. So i think it's something that it comes with the territory of Person growing up in a female body going up in the female experience that new.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"They were like a boy but i didn't feel like this. Whatever this and i i. I've said this before on the show. It reminds me of The analogy. I always uses a crayon when you while korea box of crayons as a regular due to me. You have this twenty four box of crayons but when you are when i had when estrogen high. I've got like this fucking sixty four box with the pencil. Sharpener on the sides of various color goldenrod. Perry winkle have a more of a ray of emotions that calm. And it's just it's just different so if this is what feeling like a girl feels like river. Real did all ideas. I felt like something else. I don't know that language before not quickly stop myself. Because i just realized i didn't have. The length of worse provide the proper details. I've felt neil. I felt that i was not supposed to have a fee. Nobody i know people get upset when you say terms like that. But i'm just trying to be understood immediately I didn't feel like that. I was supposed to have a female Puberty i didn't see it for myself when i had dreams when i have visions when i had thoughts i had the quote unquote male progression In only thing they interrupted at was menstruating so ages. I don't know how to describe it but also said dot more to spirit. Because i feel spiritually both. I don't necessarily feel that. Because i felt that i was physically male that it meant all of me was solely masculine. I felt like i was supposed to be a balanced person. I just thought my body should have been different. Not just thought. I felt that That's going back to the conversation. About brain mapping. And i guess the closest description is like a missing limb syndrome This film they were things that were there was supposed to be there. But we're not. Like i would literally laugh about it because it's actually hilarious because there was a time i a few times i got up went to you. Get up your groggy and you go to the bad drink.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Behind you. Always even when you dead wrong you got to die. Hard clowns out here shucking and jiving for you at the courthouse. Look at r kelly clowns yes. Lgbt folks that have money. They have a certain symbol of power but even dim. Yes kevin hart got his opportunity to host the oscars taken away. Yeah he did but you know what really didn't get taken away from him because he had to do apologize. He wasn't even being in like no he can't do it at all. Then motherfucker said ali had to do was apologized. He chose not to apologize he. He led his ego. Keep them away from their job. he's still could have did. The job was apologize. Yes there are going to be some powerful. Why gays was coins. That sometimes can pull some strings and make shit happen. A perfect laid out. Example of this is a book. Called the deviant wars by eric. Savini has tons a white gays pulling strings making should happen after wrongness has been done to them absolutely is going to be that but more than likely the people who are affected by your jokes by your culture of disgust around trans people your culture of homophobia around queer people your violence against masculine women. I keep hearing a lot of queer people talking about how is just jokes. And i'm like he was talking about beating. A masculine woman asked and that is a problem that basking women tell us all the time that they don't feel safe around since demand because they get violent and as a black woman myself a trans black woman. I have to understand the feeling because we know how who are being asked and who are killing us who are who is the culprit of intimate partner violence. Who was the person who was wearing us out. We know we know what the stats are. So strange for me to see people even within our community not understanding how where he is saying is a problem and it's not just jokes those affect the most marginalized people those jokes. I don't have rich white gay money to protect me from the nigga on the bus. Who don't want me to sit or the train who don't want me to sit next to him because you have incited his anger against the alphabet people. So now he's calling me impossible pussy or or i the abcd motherfuckers or the alphabet people in all the things that you put in his mind and say to me did you put did. Are you forcing him to attack me. No but you're giving him the fodder to use to wear me out. And i don't have the rich white money to get me off this mother fucking bus. So i'm not so i'm not exposed to these ignorant uneducated motherfuckers. I don't have the rich white money to insulate myself from the harm that you caused me as a black. Lgbt person and that's what you not understanding the white people in some circumstances may have the power to wear you out to cancel. People that even though i say once again even the baby honey. He got his apology. He back on the roster. He back doing this thing. He's still making his coins. Nobody fucking cancelled if the fucking kushtia mr jail who barely can work now. But even her and that's a and you know it's a whole other class conversation. This is a millionaire talking about stop punching down on my people we talking about you. Your people is millionaires is not black people. I know you dog whistling to poor black people to make them think yo people is black but really when you say your people it's millionaires. That's who your people is. We are calling you out for the day you are saying and using your youth platform. We're calling you out. Don't try to say you you punch and down on my people bitch ain't nobody punching down on you when you sit there luxury home in ohio with asian woman. You ain't down motherfucker you a millionaire. You protected your insulated. And this doesn't mean that. Racism is not wearing us. How this doesn't mean that the white man on the heel is not a problem just like you but you are inciting the nigger in the valley to fuck with us throwing a stone and hiding your hand you are punching down period and don't by give about your white comedian friend that you wanna parade. I'll out like the hours. The best of friends. Get the fuck outta here. We we we. We know that game will white people pull that car out water. My best friends are black and he. Lets me call a meager. He does like anything. When i sing nigger in a song. He likes the joke of me being in black faith. We know that game. That game is stupid. Forgotten here but anyway. That's enough for me. Talking about dave chapelle. I'm just tired of the idea of everybody pretending like they're not black. Queer people black trans people dealing with the ramifications of what all you motherfuckers are saying about us erasing us from the narrative because you wanna have this shallow ratio analysis. 'cause you don't want to be held accountable for your bullshit. Your statements are going to disproportionately affect black trans black. Lgbt people so when talk about beaten us fucking with us calling us different names and derogatory shit and bullying in us. It's going to affect us on the bottom period and that's what you need to be held accountable for. I don't give a fuck about cancelling you we know you got millions. We know you already got a check from net flicks. We know you got the power to insulate yourself from being canceled. mostly y'all motherfuckers. Do you already got paid that. Don't stop us from trying to hold you accountable for the disgusting contribution that you add to the culture of transphobia in america and i'm really kind of tired of having this conversation about intersex analogy. I'm really tired of it. I love to throw it around like you know what the fuck you talking about. Like kimberly crenshaw you know like you really broke down the theory motherfucker. Jato it around these fucking buzzwords like y'all know but you don't fuck no you to put it in practice. But anyway fuck dave chapelle any motherfucker. The don't get what i'm saying. This has.
"xavier" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"I know that intersection analogy is fucking. Y'all motherfuckers up this week. I see how is really really tough for yard understand. There are people at multiple intersections of aversion. Let me blow your mind. There are black trans people. there are black queer people. What would have thunk it if you go. By the analysis of black men black sis gender people who support dave chapelle. You would think that there were any black people black trans people at all. You would think it was only why. Because that's the extent of their analysis when they are defending being held accountable for the bush that they are saying. I am tired of the hypocrites when it comes to the. it's just jokes motherfuckers. Because when it's yo shit is not just jokes. When it's about you when you got some rich racist white man. Talking about colin black women roaches or nappy headed. Hos when you got the comedians dressing up as women like medina and all the big. Comedians got to dress up as women to get home. Dennis o. they emasculating. The black man is not just jokes. It's not just funny jokes. In the series. I am also tired of oppressed oppressors. Atkin like they are to fucking stupid to understand how they contribute to other motherfuckers oppression. We focused on black men right now but you white women listened to 'cause y'all seem just like black man can't understand how their male privilege and their misogyny whereas us the fuck out you white women have an issue with this but flip it to gender. Y'all can feel immediately win. There's some misogyny can immediately see when you being oppressed because you're a female but you cannot see how you add to racial oppression by ignoring the privilege of your whiteness. That's probably why y'all motherfuckers work so well together. Y'all got one motherfucking. I you got to offer gender and black men got an eye for race and so we all come together. Yeah i to is too good is but y'all still got them broke. Ugly bad is that clearly. Ain't working every time some out of your mouth but this ain't about why women guy got a break today. This is on the black man. You know what. I'm tired of you motherfuckers. The premise that i liked to throw out. There's this false idea that somehow the gays are coming up faster sweetie on the books. Now we know with practice. The cultural practice doesn't come just because some laws change but racial discrimination has been on the books since nineteen sixty four now like i said i know that cultural practice does not change win the laws change or when something gets on the books. But let's just talk about what's on the books. It would has been illegal to discriminate against black people since nineteen sixty four. Now remember this technically. I know the culture. Don't change as quick as Papers being signed technically owned the books it has been illegal to discriminate against gay people. Sexual orientation remember. There's a difference between sexual orientation and gender identity but illegal to discriminate against them since one thousand nine hundred four so thirty years later is when the gays guy that technical protection because culture change in k when it comes to gender identity. We didn't get the workforce protection until last year. Twenty twenty june june fifteenth to be exact. How many years is that since. Nineteen sixty four fifty five fifty six years stonewall happening sixty nine so took over fifty years to get transpeople protections so it's not going to the so the idea that queer people is going fast. It's a lie. We're just now getting specific rights. Were just now being able to not hide. We're just now being able to have protections so that we can work without people firing us. Black people already had that remember. I know full. I know you're not that bereft think i'm saying that culturally once nine hundred sixty four happened. It wasn't any kind of racial discrimination. Come on now. We ain't that slow. I don't need to explain that. What i'm saying is on the record. Technically that's when the protections were supposed to start and that's when the shift in culture started to happen nine hundred sixty four sexual orientation guide on the books in nineteen ninety four with the bill gender identity gap protected on the books. Twenty twenty in the middle of a pandemic against i was feeling real. Sorry the dying so the idea that queer people is getting getting faster. Results than black people is a lie queer. Black trans people have been dealing with racial homophobic transphobic discrimination for decades all of that shit compounded wearing us out. And we're just now coming to the you just now here in our story on shows and movies and shit. We just nah protected in all three areas. Win the last time do have we seen a george floor level march for a queer person win. Have we seen a george floyd level march for a trans person and being murdered by the police. Tony got killed by the police to one. Nobody even talking about him like that was forced down for. It was forced to us to talk about tony. Mcdaid is forced because we like how now we gotta voice. We got the internet to be able to say. Look this is somebody else who got murdered iovine even doing no george floyd protests that level for black women we had to literally create a hashtag to say thank because black women were being erased out of the narrative of police brutality period. Black sis had men are always the center. You're always got motherfucker rally.
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Sen. Rand Paul Schools HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra on Natural Immunity
"But here's Rand Paul grilling HHS secretary baccarat about another simple question You guys take over the healthcare system You insult people on vaccines What makes us believe the government doesn't suck and you guys are so competent and baccarat has no answer Check this out Are you familiar with an Israeli study that had 2.5 million patients and found that the vaccinated group was actually 7 times more likely to get infected with COVID than the people who had gotten COVID naturally Senator do I have to get back to you on that one I'm not familiar with that study Well you think you might want to be if you're going to travel a country insulting the millions of Americans including NBA star Jonathan Isaac who have had COVID recovered look at a study with 2.5 million people and say well you know what It looks like my immunity is as good as the vaccine or not And in a free country maybe ought to be able to make that decision Instead you've chosen to travel a country calling people like Jonathan Isaac and others myself included flat earthers We find that very insulting because against the science are you a doctor or a medical doctor I have worked over 30 years on health policy You're not a medical doctor Do you have a science degree And yet you travel the country calling people flat Arthur's who have had COVID looked at studies of millions of people and made their own personal decision that their immunity they naturally acquired is sufficient But you presume somehow to tell over a 100 million Americans who have survived COVID that we have no right to determine our own medical care You alone are on high and you've made these decisions a lawyer with no scientific background no medical degree This is an arrogance coupled with an authoritarianism that is unseemly and un American There you go Can a nail did right there
"xavier" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch
"Major communicator. On the these issues what do you think is behind this decision. I mean based on all of your reporting and this being your beat The people you're talking to about this like why do you think the white house isn't pushing or encouraging bizarre to take a stronger role in the federal response. And why are they doing things in this way that you just laid out. We'll part of it is the structure that we just talked about right. You have an entire white house team jeff. Signs has his own staff and he's also working directly with health officials across the agencies. And at some point you have to make sure that there's not essentially too many cooks in the kitchen right not too many people trying to lead. And so that is the structure that biden settled on early on the other factor. Though is that ba himself has no real public health. Medical background you know. He was a longtime democratic congressman He was california attorney general but has not really been in the weeds on a lot of these public health issues. And so officials had told me that that his limited the ability that he can really contribute to these in-depth scientific discussions when they're trying to figure out. Okay what direction to take the kobe response. And that is a major contrast to many of the others who are working on response murphy. Obviously a doctor rachelle will ski public health. Expert anthony fout. She been there forever doing public health for decades and so in comparison to that expertise. Bazaar really doesn't have a specific. Lean adam cancun vixen. So much for talking with me. This has been great. I really appreciate it also. Today the federal reserve is signaling. That it's on track to begin withdrawing some of its massive support for the us economy later this year during their two day meeting this week. The fed's policy makers left interest rates unchanged but half of them penciled in the possibility of an interest rate hike next year indicating that they think the economy might be strong enough by then for the central bank to start ending. Its support more aggressively. And it's post meeting statement. The fed's policy-making committee said the rise in cova cases has slowed the recovery and officials forecast that the economy would grow five point nine percent in twenty twenty one which is significantly lower than their june estimate of seven percent and president biden is acknowledging that his administration should have consulted with the french government before announcing a new trilateral security pact with australia and the uk which saw australia pull out of a multi-billion dollar submarine deal with france. According to a joint statement released by the white house describing phone call between biden and french president emmanuel macron. They quote agreed that the situation would have benefited from an open consultation. Among allies the conversation appeared to mark a de-escalation and what has been one of the most tumultuous periods of the us french relationship in recent memory. An episode during which the us oldest ally openly criticized the by the administration for not making macron's government aware of the partnership. Today's episode of politico dispatch included music composed by brake master cylinder later today. Don't miss a live conversation. Politico is hosting with senators. Kirsten gillibrand and joni ernst legislation to overhaul how the military deals with sexual assault and harassment. You can find more on that ad. Politico dot com slash events. I'm jeremy siegel. Thanks for listening..
"xavier" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch
"So back in mid august there was a big debate within the administration over whether people needed cove in nineteen vaccine booster shots and that debate led up to a big meeting between the nation's top public health officials. Cdc director rachelle lewinsky. You had evac murphy. Who's a surgeon general. You had representatives from the white house. Cdc fda preparedness response and their job essentially was to all kind of come to a consensus on recommendation. Would americans need booster shots or not. And how exactly do you roll that out. The one person who is not involved in that discussion was hhs secretary. Hobby are bizarre and the reason that that stood out is that he is the number one health official in the country. He is joe. Biden's hell secretary. He runs the eighty thousand person department of health and human services which is essentially responsible for ending the corona virus pandemic. I'm jeremy siegel. This is politico dispatch and today. A madame cancun. I'm a healthcare reporter here. Politica adam kane grin on a question central to the federal corona virus response where is. Hhs secretary havi air. This has been a pattern where the structure. That's kind of emerged is that there's a team at the white house right. That leads the covert response and they've been working in many cases directly with subordinates. At hhs so the cdc director the head of the food and drug administration people within hhs senior officials who are doing a lot of the daily day to day policy work a and b. Sarah has been involved in some things right. He has been briefed regularly but he has not been hands on deep into that day to day. Work trying to end the pandemic and that's been consistent across his first six months in office here. I imagine you talked to sarah in your reporting tried to talk to him. We did we did. What did he have to say about this. Well he had a couple of things to say one you know when i originally approached the white house back in december about what besir israel role was going to be. They said that he was going to quote. Be an empowered leader at the forefront of the code response. I asked him directly i said. Do you feel empowered. And he said absolutely completely and his contention was that one. Hhs as a whole has been at the center of the response has been integral and to a degree. That's that's true. Hhs has been involved. Even if he himself has not been Completely involved day to day. And then i guess the third thing that he said is that he maintained. It wasn't really his job to be making all the policy decisions. Rather his job was to be taking those and translating them into concrete on the ground initiatives. But according to your reporting i mean. He is notably absent from a lot of these high level decisions. High level meetings If he's not there where exactly is he. What is this era doing well. That's that's kind of been. The central question is what underpin this story and it's been a question that people outside and an inside frankly. The administration have had for several months. Now i kind of held off on writing the story for a while. Because i was kind of convinced that lookie had to be doing something. You know a consequence in there that would explain why we have not seen him really out front on the kobe response What i found in my reporting was a couple of things as one. It's not that he's not working. There's a lot of things going on a department. There's a lot of things that needs to be managed day to day but when it comes to the top priorities here for the biden administration. Almost all of that is run and directed out of the white house and not the health department. So you have co vid you have drug pricing. And some of the negotiations happening with congress to try to get their major social spending bill and you have kind of this attempt to chart out what the rest of the health agenda looks like to date. We have not really seen. Sarah take a strong hand in leading those activities. What are the repercussions of this situation. Like does it hurt the federal corona virus response in any way. Does it hurt morale for members of the health department. Like how does this actually play out in real time. Perhaps the main reason that it matters we've seen over the past few weeks month or so. There's been this big debate over booster shots. Who should get them. When should they get them. What the evidence says. And what we've seen. Is the white house really clashing with public health agencies underneath. Hhs so that's the cdc the fda the national institutes of health to degree this disagreement between the white house. That wants to move fast. That wants to make sure it's on top of the pandemic and the cdc and fda scientists who say well wait. Let's make sure that we have all the evidence to make the best possible decision and those disputes in the past few weeks have spilled out into public. We've seen to top vaccine. Fda regulators resign. We've seen a back and forth in public over. Who should be getting these boosters. And whether the white house is decision to announce a booster plan early on was appropriate and what has been lacking in all of that internally is to health secretary and hhs taking a strong role in essentially mediating hope those factions right. The white house for various reasons cannot put direct pressure on cdc and fda otherwise it would look like they were trying to put politics over the science. You hadn't really thought about it until you were mentioning this. The fact that fda and cdc are both part of hhs it totally makes sense but yet does make you think. About how some of these. Open scientific feuds and confusion. We've seen would play out differently if you did have the person at the top of the the department overseeing both fda and the cdc taking a stronger role. Yeah and. I think you're seeing now some signs that hhs is starting to realize. Hey maybe we haven't been as present as we needed to be a earlier this week. We reported that. Hhs had brought on leslie doc. Who worked back in the obama administration. He was an adviser to hillary clinton's twenty sixteen presidential campaign. And he is this well known. Democratic communication specialists in his job for the next several weeks is essentially to fix the communication and policy coordination to come in and make sure that the white house is working better with cdc and fda with hhs right the middle there doing that job. Is there someone who has taken a sort of singular leadership role when it comes to the federal cove response. The clear leader is jeff. Zein's he's the head of the white house krona virus response team and that has been on purpose if you remember back to december when joe biden rolled out his first major health appointments. Yes heavier sarah was there. But jeff designs was also there as well and it was clear that he would lead the response across the government so not just health issues but economic and everything in between at hhs. What we've seen is vivek murthy. Who's a surgeon. General has taken a lead role in communications and messaging and explaining things to the public. And then you've seen cdc director rachelle walinsky taking a big role in explaining the science. That's behind allowed. The decision making that the white house is doing and so between the three of them they have been among the most visible They have been the ones who have appeared probably most often at regular white house. Cova briefings on tv And the only one. I guess i would be remiss to to mention because he is so ubiquitous. Is anthony foudy. Who is a chief medical advisor to biden. He obviously has been leaned on it as a trusted and kind of.
QB Debate Continues as No. 13 Florida Routs USF 42-20
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Biden Admin Withholds Millions of Aid for Hospitals Treating COVID Patients
"Hospitals bulge again with Covid 19 patients. A wide swath of the health care industry is exasperated that federal health officials have not made available anymore of the aid. Since Joe Biden took office Now $44 billion from a provider relief fund, created last year remains unspent, along with 8.5 billion Congress allotted in March for the medical care in rural areas. Right. That's over $50 billion With the coronavirus Delta variant fueling 1/4 pandemic surge, they write healthcare institutions, lobbyists and lawmakers. Have ratcheted up complaints to senior Biden administration health officials, imploring them to decide how the money will be divided and when it will be distributed. Is this not amazing? All the people going on and on about how the federal government knows everything. Fauci, the CDC, the FDA, National Institutes of Health, HHS, They're sitting on the money. And other than Amy Goldstein. I haven't seen this anywhere else. There's just no good reason for the administration to be sitting on these funds, and Mark Parkinson president, chief executive The American Healthcare Association, a trade group that represents nursing homes and assisted living facilities. Many running short on money, he said, because the virus is heavy concentration of long term care centers early in the pandemic, a stop causing potential patients and residents to stay away. Parkinson said he has had four conversations for Since February. The agency and the Department of Health and Human Services. It is in charge of the money. And one last month with senior aides to HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra. Each conversation we came up with the feeling would be that month, Parkinson said. And we've been wrong.
"xavier" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Of artists listening to not only a big pro sinisa when making music. But it's just enjoyable. It makes you enjoy and makes you makes you keep loving music. It makes you. It makes you think that like dishes is endless. Ellison so many going to be announced every laying in a bed full of sounds. And it's just each enemy happy and we're gonna make you happy. We're on the same page. I used to be one of these. These guys before really stupid with pigeons and planes and long i'll be out there like what's good was popping. What do i want to check out what what is unique. Because i hate like when. I think what i'm trying to create something i hate listening to what's current because i think it influences. What i'm doing. So i try to delve into something. Might be something. that's metal. my listeners. Up the fifties. But it's new to me and it's like oh they use this song and it's like what the fuck it and it's new and it's just kind of what you're getting that thing it's just the possibilities are endless. You know what you'll find out there and especially if you're working within that creative space it gives you like endless like opportunities and potentially like like this kind of music thing. That's there's like. Oh i could try. This could flip this in this way. Or maybe i can try at this here or maybe i can put this out in this manner and it just opens it up. I think i got two more questions than i like to give an show. An opportunity to shamelessly plugged yet again because we get shameful here. Shameless plug banks. So here's been it hasn't been an instance where you you had rejection in your creative process and how you kinda got past that time time and that's just life that is jersey living. That is just like what happens when you get born you a lot of things you get a lot of doors closed your but you understand. There's doors the mice like there's many more doors you can go to and all of them are not gonna shut vase so just think about that and i don't want to put it into corny term. It's like there's a might. Ann admits on. If you'd think it'd be like this is your tunnel. And whatever light that you seeing like whatever whatever relate that you see the delay is equally like what you want to accomplish is how far it is from spends like. If you're light is like influencers. That is like going crazy by drinking. Sure that's your. That's your light ended. Its own is known as long as they are too. But it's just knowing that the light is there that's just drive and you're gonna get rejected and you're gonna be for a long time. I liked to pick the lock the door when it closes though you know what i mean. There's always i mean we gotta be doorknobs in the world philosophy. So megyn some doorknobs a super hard dog and somebody knock jimmy like kings four data keeper kenyans. The walls deke. Yeah and some skyros jimmy. I mean like. I like. I like to think like what i'm trying to do with this particular podcast as a way of kind of just helping lake is a few times i've had people on even looked at myself as artists is doing interviews. I am fucking artists. And i was like. Yeah you doing things artfully do these things matter to you. Are you having a good time or are you creating is and this is like having an idea. I'm fucking nobody but let me help. You see yourself and podcasting is an art. You and talking to people like anything can be classified as part in a lot of times. People miss that shit. You're right you're absolutely right all right so in this last question because you know would be remiss if i don't connect it to baltimore in any way because always got connected to baltimore because that's the reason that i'm doing this you know. It's a lot of talent such as yourself to different people. I've had only here that. Don't get the notice because of baltimore. They get noticed because of their talent. They they get that stamp. Because it's like oh you're from baltimore. We got so many people here. What are you talking about. The artists in baltimore is fucking. You don't unless i swear to god not even okay. I love ultimately look for maryland. Like i just want everybody. Put locates all level. Quick for sparking in maryland. The artists in maryland are fucking phenomenal. Negative needs to stop anything like really take notice one just quick second and just do their research is real quick stuff. Which so the question I i like to put out there. What have you this visit. So the the question. Put out there. And usually i had like the wall question early on. I would put people on east tough spots crab cakes from and it's i've found out is offensive. People's feelings have been hurt so the question. I'm gonna hit you with is we don't have covert right. Cove is gone. Say in a scenario and you have somebody visiting from out of town where three places they gotta go that you're like this is the baltimore experience. He's at three places you've got check. Lower nomo cove it things that good. We don't have to wear maskless. We make a whole scenario. Can you just make spanish crazy. Weekend is the party weekend by for. If you go on the laura work. I feel like personally me. I've been here. Let me just clarify you just clarify because the shortest it was homeless. The motel six ritchie highway. And i moved the ball marine with my mother and I think i've been here for about two years. Maybe two or three years. And i've been trying to gather all the experience of baltimore. Okay so two years. No private so perfect weekend i feel like is somebody thrown shot crown. Maybe traumatic maybe. Maybe chaotic culture. You should be doing some crazy shit If k. Dawn on his shit we go to the crowd. 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"xavier" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"Welcome to getting to the truth. This art i am your host ropley and today i have the pleasure of speaking with artists producer queer ours. You'd all relatives my man gibson. How does it going and how you doing almost la energy in the beginning. I like this bring it. I just bring it a flip. A table sometimes over honestly so yeah i wanna thank you for coming on. Glad we were able to organize this in. Get this sorted out because you know for for us to be in the same area more often than not over the last week last few weeks is like just paul microphone into the interview interesting interesting perspective on seeing each other in a pass like weeks of holidays this being around like some some political debates in such setting down in in relatives Basements and talking about things. So i wanna get into some questions about your art in which you're working all right now so if you want we can just go right into it. So tell us a little bit about. The show tells a little bit about your work. Well i'm a singer. Don't rap anymore but i guess i got that skill undermining my bill but mainly sing produce deals direction. Rag than you know song right Make a lot of music you know. I just sit all day at a desk and just make everything that comes to my head. And would you like me my john room. You'll feel free. Hit the army. I know how bad you want me to break down. I mean yeah. I read something in the spotify and i was like. That's a fire tagline. Something making like sad songs for the queer home users today. And i was like i like it. I mean because that's that's genuinely how right. Because like i mean if you want to talk about genres more experiments or be mixed which way i guess people would put indie pop near what i like. A lot of variations of public like two thousands pop show like But just those two. But i mean at the baseline day when i'm sitting down. I mean i'm just really rainfall like my queering like non minor homes. All the should really going through in like in a mean still like. I don't want i'm writing. Don't try to put like a agenda charter. Make it as transparent so everybody can truly connected so so so recently you had a. You had to release that. That came out recently. Tell us about that a little bit. Yes frontline lawn. Yeah that was. Just one of the first singles off my project that i've been making and Grates on amazing song. Like i made it with a brand from school. A is another artist from baltimore. That was in a collective called Ricky bad sounds okay. Really great really. Don't collective and yet his crazy really long. It's on homey. Jesse would slap so hard and my whole notion of all. I wanted to like really like make a video like visuals. Make make a whole thing. Only because i feel like with this project making that was like one of delight headline banners for the project of how it's really going to sound and Just sign excited man. It was crazy. I came across. I think it was either sent to me. Or i think maybe a gentleman behind you know this is full like audio. You have a gentleman behind you wearing odd colors right now. He's he's sitting over. And i was like okay. This looks fires know delve into it. Because you get stuff all the time but definitely when it's someone that you know either directly or indirectly you wanna give it a little bit more of a you can either go one or two ways. You can go wild critical like this might be buns or you can just go like i need to dove into this out of respect to this person. And that's the way. I approached it and i was like okay. I like this in slaps. And i you know much. Congratulations for you to get out there and it sounds like it's something that's very important to you to. It was honestly aborting record that i wrote for just like my music. Despite persson it was made sexual asked like honestly like what's the actual idea around him but it was super more of just being seventeen. Just lost glen bernie and dating somebody with like a dope front lawn always hung out at but we always hung out their house and like that lawn in that house of super significant for me in my travels and just growing up in my and it was just a really renamed coordinate record and if felt like a transition in my career or just like mental mental anguish and how i write songs in how i'm getting better and how like like this like two years ago three years ago when i i like really making music and so i was really record. I sold shortly. Sean amazing great. So and that's what you're supposed to feel is your movie you want to feel. You wanna take pride in what you're doing like when anybody asked me anything you know you how you might put something together and it might not be exactly what you want it. Come with extreme aquarian confidence. And i'm saying specifically for kyle back. They're extreme aquarian confidence or someone's like yo so how you feel about. This is your best episode. It's like my most recent one you know and it's like you want to take pride in what you're doing you want to take it. You wanna make sure it's that that thing and it's indicative of where you feel you're at as artisan as a creative How do you feel about maybe your some of your earliest of like maybe your first leg record or your first piece of production on the first time you say you know what i want to delve into this creative space. How do you feel. When did you start. And how do you feel. You've grown creatively. There do you feel like more of a voice in the last few years or do you feel like i am more confident and putting my voice out there now started back in two thousand sixteen was really. I wouldn't say it's out of the room. And i about like smith i was like i've been super assess obsessive about things that are really enjoyed and kind of musicals. Kind of like this subconscious. Name my dad. My mom just collecting a lot of records and stuff like that and it was like listen all time. Whenever i listened to music transcend me would just change into like a different person. I felt like.