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"bobby sands" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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"bobby sands" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"If it was like the seven three giants game in one thousand nine hundred the Monday night, or where touchdowns in points are such a precious commodity that when you come by them. It's it's like you four because nobody could score like, so I kind of enjoyed it. But I do expect it I'm in the minority there and the ratings are down decades the lowest possible rating, really. Yeah. They came out with it. Oh, yeah. Surprising. The Rams away. Those are the markets. They wanted right? We've had enough enough of Bob Kraft dancing with Cardi B. Maybe not everybody. Murph said, they were still I didn't hear this. But what were they doing in the world? I didn't know what it was as big parade. I said I said, I tell you what I said I went I went for the truth from a roast in the saints, like stop wine is stop crying get over it till now I have like a a begrudging respect for how long they're doing this. I drew the analogy. I mean, this is like this is approaching like, Bobby Sands hunger-strike territory, man. I mean, we're getting into like, by the way. Dog mad respect at this point. You know, what I mean, even the oppressive British at some point had to respect Bobby Sands commitment to Bobby Sands. It's like because everybody because there was a point whenever we thought, Sandra. He's to give up. Crabtree Oregon, very deep. I know it's bad. Anyway point being is that. Yeah, it was kinda like damn they really carrying this thing to Super Bowl Sunday. Damn who DAT. You guys really believe a lot of people. I mean, listen Super Bowls over the what are they looking to do? Stop in the British weren't leaving Northern Ireland either buddy. So he didn't stop. You know what I mean? So anyway, the point being that the many people were saying if the saints, and this is hypothetical if the saints were in the game data scored points, drew Brees would have gone underneath copes. There's more Baldy out there calling out Gough for not releasing the ball was not coughs. So we how many I keep talking about. Joe now, I'm back on my Joe kick. Right. You don't want back on my kick. First of all because you know, again, just seeing Brady get six, and.
"bobby sands" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Now, it's goff's the same drive goff's scrambling on the sideline oh he's coming. And I'm telling you a hundred times out of one hundred I've seen a flag thrown. I thought that was on that hit that one though, I know one foot was inbound, but I'm saying from having watched the NFL for the last X number of years. That's a flag every single time off also do the finger on that play where he was like out of bounds. And then threw the ball out of bounds two thousand. I was like I can't give you any credit for this. That was a different one was that different play different ones. But I know what you're talking about that play. But you know, he's you know, what I mean that's a late hit every minutes. I mean if it was Brady, right? If that's Brady one probably would have been an injection sportsmanlike antigen tough breaks for them. Okay. I'm just going to say, that's my that's my Rams defense for the day. And by the way, did we did it not feel like in the fourth quarter when it was three to three in the this. The pats got that ball, and he threw we'll route to gronk did you hear the crowd? I was like oh God game for the pats. I mean that was obvious. There were no Rams fans buildings at all. I didn't see anybody. I hardly saw any Rams fans. Rams jersey, nothing exist. Well, do they mean, I would think maybe some St Louis fans would have been Rams fans. And now nothing. Just the more indifferent singer. Said after the game they're a little rattled by the whole pro patriot deal. And did you see his ultimate you talked about the Whitworth line at some point? We're all gonna die at some point. We're all gonna die anyway. Yeah. I was like, yeah. But you should try to win the ball. When you're when you're when you're in it, you know, I don't know. I thought that was a little heavy. Yeah. We'll ask Bobby Sands. Man. Rest in peace. Recipes they say tragedy. Plus time is comedy lobby. We're on stage NASA calcium Murphy goes dedicate, this one Bobby Sands a little pause dedicated to Bobby said, and then he played he's gone, right? Passed away. Yeah. Good morning nica. That game. Oh my gosh. An avid football fan high lead disappoint. It wasn't enough for me at guess what? I don't feel sorry for the Rams whatsoever. On new in my head. I'm like, I know football is played in all four quarters. And I'm like, you guys shouldn't even be here going, right? That's the other angle shoot. Even be should've been the saints voodoo Gerson. I'm wondering I now would the saints have been held to three points. Who knows? That's a good question. Costa said drew Brees is a phony anyway. Coming up at seven fifteen Ian Rapoport, that'd be good. Maybe we can get to the bottom of this giant raiders at oracle park, which some people in the forty Niners camper saying, it's not a done deal yet. Matthias speaks though, I respect Raj. Rules. Listen, that's NBC. Burial rod Smith. I broke the story about an hour who who's a big Raj Matthias fan. I'm dead serious Lee hammer, huge gives a news. Araj thi-. Straight shoulder. That's four zero eight love though, I think they're both. Fifteen months and Banff. I think that one's gonna be pretty Super Bowl ish. Laid out. So they can play. Eight fifty daily dose of death. If that's okay with the Laker fan, if that's okay. Eight oh, eight today's a good day for calls. Eight Camby are all your thoughts on Brady getting six to tie, Michael Jordan, Bella chick being the true genius of all. And of course, how the fallout plays out for golf and McVeigh eight oh Camby is the phone number on these sports later. Here..
"bobby sands" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So dude Eshelman getting the MVP. I heard you saying this morning could have gone to a defensive player, I'll probably share easily and probably should have give it to Belichick is the question. Did you give it to? I mean, I thought Stefan Gilmore was deserving Hightower. Had two sacks, right? After starting in a defensive game. You probably should have taken just given was relentless though. He was in in the Rams never figured him out. They never get whether it was to leave or Peters or they never figured out how to Dublin they never figured out a Chuck them. They never figured out how to stop them off the line disrupt him, and he's just he was he was as open as the day is long. It was just an I just thought we were. I felt like it was a box score MVP was let's look and see who had the best game offensively. And that's kinda who got well, you know. And if you're going to get into sometimes gives the giving out of an MVP and a Super Bowl can sometimes be sort of an artificial thing. Brady you thought possibly, right? Talked about sixteen when Montana got it. It was like isn't that great again? You give it to the quarterback defensive players have won eight in our lifetime ever, Larry Brown. The Cowboys game proposed in high like in retroactive MVP handing out. Let's give it a Dan bonds for that goal line tackle in eighty one or eighty two actually I'll give it to Archie reach for pumping his fist pump was good. So anyway. Copes and you look at a kid like Jared Goff in Sean McVay, and you think of it in terms of the forty Niners. Does this? Does this slow the Rams role enough that the ninth enroll in gos- still gonna be wandering around in a daze next year when they come to leave is not come on. Yeah. Sean McVeigh he's got his act together. They just they I said it briefly this morning. I think having gone to Super Bowls in the past as a veteran team. Like the way the pats are relative to the Rams having to go through this for the first time two weeks of waiting all this stuff. Overnight. David a great point. He said the Rams also had to answer questions for two weeks about the saints. Yeah. Right. They didn't get a chance to move by the way. Did you guys? See New Orleans didn't stop. They March in the city ice cream. Mama's starting to respect how insane they are. I mean, these guys are out of their mind. Interesting. You've already flipped so now you're onboard. We'll have gone so long. Three. Bobby Sands hunger strike in the prisons, dude. It's incredible. Okay. Now, let me just stick up for the Rams one little bit here. Just for the hell of it. Because we got four hours to kill on a ridiculous Super Bowl, right? This is I'm telling I'm ranking all time great stands one Bobby Sands Northern Ireland two the saints fans after the Super Bowl. By Trump and a Santoni strokes deep geopolitically. Yes, they did in nineteen Eighty-one a bunch of Irish prisoners went on hunger strike to protest Britain's occupation of Northern Ireland. It was legendary was global news in one guy the leader the leader, Bobby Sands. He went the distance. You can only to the house you stick it to the house. He was like, that's it. Now, there's pain. Even at the end. They're like come on, bro. Some water is like no f Britain a went down. He went down still talking about them forty years later it worked. Saints fans in the streets to her neck three top three came into. Okay. The NFL's completely hollow attempt to cozy up Luther King before the game. There's kind of a failure. You guys won't even employ this guy for. I was I was kind of offended but the simplest non violent gesture that Colin Kaepernick has done. He can't get a gig. And now you're coming in and telling us that you guys are best BFF's with the king family mad, really bad for. Yeah. It was really bad for him. Anyway. I'm stick up for the Rams two things one. There was a point in the third quarter where they started to put it together girly broker run. First down away holding on. I'm not Sullivan. I think call it on Senator John Sullivan. No replay ever never saw it. We're like, wait. Okay now..
"bobby sands" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Mental pod is also with the social media handle you can follow me on Twitter, Instagram. There's also a Facebook show page and a forum on our website as well. And for those of you, sometimes get emails from people that want to know how they can take the surveys. Well, if you go to our website, you'll see. A little link there that says surveys, and so you can either take one or many, and you can also browse other people's responses, which I find pretty fascinating, obviously, I'd do it. I do it every week. Shoutout to those of you that are patriot donors monthly patriot donors, you've probably been notified already, but I took a chunk of bonus material from this episode and put it on patriot. So there's an additional thirty forty minutes of of this episode. If you are a patriotic donor. Let's see let's kick things off with an awful some moment. This was filled out by. A woman to cause herself in my feelings. And she writes, I went to a gay club with my friends because my worker invited us. She's a cool more masculine lesbian who I've been attracted to for months, but recognized it is only that she's also fifteen years, my senior we danced together. Centrally with liquor in our systems, I'm married to a man, but he doesn't mind me exploring this side of my sexuality, I pulled in close to her and kissed her gently on the neck, and she said careful we have to work on Monday, Ben lusting for her ever since. And we've been texting nonstop since. Then not sure what to make of this whole situation. And the reason I wanted to read this is because you said that you're married to a guy, and he doesn't mind you exploring this side of your sexuality, and I was just going to suggest if you're not already just keep things transparent between between you and him. So that you both kind of are on the same page people. I know who are in poly-amorous relationships as really important for them to make sure that there isn't any kind of miscommunication or that one person thinks well this, you know. Means one thing and the other person thinks it means something else. So just my two cents. I got this Email from somebody. And you know, I love getting emails where people share that the podcast has helped them in some way. And this might be one of. The coolest. Email setup gone from somebody. And he writes, how this is from Mark. He writes, just listened to your episode with the IRA volunteer. That's episode with Jake who is a former IRA soldier slash volunteer. As young man, I was in the British army and was trained to hate people. Like this. I was not given the valuable insight that this man, so eloquently articulated in your pod I've seen the movies about Bobby Sands. And it doesn't change my opinion. Just listening to this man was what I and anyone on the other side needed to hear if that time this type of conversation is really something that everyone needs to hear before entering armed conflict. This is an awful some moment filled out by this name of woman who calls herself am I pretty now? And she writes, I've managed to monetize my insecurities and professionally people, please as a self employed cosmetologist, it's the. Most stressful thing keeping my business of float especially because I'm.
"bobby sands" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Mental pod is also with the social media handle you can follow me on Twitter, Instagram. There's also a Facebook show page and a form on our website as well. And for those of you, sometimes get emails from people that want to know how they can take the surveys. Well, if you go to our website, you'll see. A little link there that says surveys, and so you can either take one or many, and you can also browse other people's responses, which I find pretty fascinating, obviously, I do it. I do it every week. Shoutout to those of you that are patriot donors monthly patriot donors, you've probably been notified already, but I took a chunk of bonus material from this episode and put it on patriotic. So there's an additional I don't know thirty forty minutes of of this episode. If you are a patriotic donor. Let's see let's kick things off with an awful some moment. This was filled out by. A woman to cause herself in my feelings. And she writes, I went to a gay club with my friends because my co worker invited us she's a cool more masculine lesbian who I've been attracted to for months, but recognized it as only that she's also fifteen years, my senior we danced together centrally with liquor and our systems, I'm married to a man, but he doesn't mind me exploring this side of my sexuality, I pulled in close to her and kissed her gently on the neck, and she said careful we have to work on Monday, Ben lusting for ever since. And we've been texting nonstop since. Then not sure what to make of this whole situation. And the reason I wanted to read this is because you said that you're married to a guy, and he doesn't mind you exploring this side of your sexuality, and I was just going to suggest if you're not already just keep things transparent between between you and him. So that you both kind of are on the same page people. I know who are in poly-amorous relationships as really important for them to make sure that there isn't any kind of miscommunication or that one person thinks, well, this means one thing and the other person thinks it means something else. So just my two cents. I got this Email from somebody. And you know, I love getting emails where people share that the podcast has helped them in some way. And this might be one of. The coolest. Emails set up gone from somebody. And he writes, how this is from Mark. He writes, I just listened to your episode with the IRA volunteer. That's episode with Jake who is a former IRA soldier slash volunteer. As young man, I was in the British army and was trained to hate people. Like this. I was not given the valuable insight that this man, so eloquently articulated in your pod I've seen the movies about Bobby Sands. And it doesn't change my opinion. Just listening to this man was what I and anyone on the other side needed to hear at that time. This type of conversation is really something that everyone needs to hear before entering armed conflict. This is an awful some moment filled out by. This name a woman who calls herself am I pretty now? And she writes, I've managed to monetize my insecurities and professionally people, please as a self employed cosmetologist. It's the most.
"bobby sands" Discussed on KQED Radio
"His first three feature films were all tough-minded in harrowing taking on subjects seldom tackled in commercial cinema. Hunger in two thousand eight about the nineteen Eighty-one hunger strike by Irish nationalist, Bobby Sands, filthy, twenty eleven shame a drama about sex addiction again starring Michael bender. And then the breakthrough of twelve years a slave in twenty thirteen which won an Oscar for best picture and a directing nomination for McQueen with that history song. Critics wonder why McQueen would now turn to the well-trod. John reid. I don't know what the surprises because I want to go where I feel the best stories. So that could be anywhere. It's genre. We're kind of used to it. It has its own particular tropes. Where it I've seen you earlier films. I think they they're exploring something that in many ways, we haven't seen before we haven't seen before in this picture. The conventional always has to be broken because otherwise we see the same film all the time. I mean, that's Hollywood really that's not how I wanted to sort of handle this particular understanding of high speed, indeed, this is a heist film with a twist many of them McQueen adapted it from one thousand nine hundred eighty s British TV series of the same name in which the widows of men in a gang feves attempt to carry on after their husbands killed land. Make sure Queen watched it as a boy and a seed was planted just related to the protagonists these women who were not capable and being judged by their parents. Johanna was being looked upon as job in under. The time husbands aren't coming back. This film. Transplants and updates the action to present day, Chicago. I've learned from your late husband and my father. That you reap what you hope. So it has an all-star in diverse cast led by viola Davis Veronica forced to take on a dangerous scheme after the violent death of her husband played by Liam Neeson. Has been left me the plans for his next job. Just pull it off. Protest you anyway, because I'm the only one standing between new bullet in your head. Embedded.
"bobby sands" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"I know is one that a lot of people talk about from four years, even before deadpan, can you share a little bit about that one myself and another participant wrestling all kinds of things going on. And then the last that I'd ask you is one that came year after deadpan nineteen ninety eight drummer, I guess each one of these is completely different that's ideal. But this one is pretty inventive. What you did there with that? Yes. To cameras three cameras. In fact, an oil drum one on each access of the drum one sort of on the side of it been a tilted it on it. So I've enrolled at around Fifth Avenue and so at that period of your life. How do you make money doing that sort of thing? It's obviously everything's about money. No, of course. But you well know things about money. I didn't I didn't. I don't I'm not interested in that sort of you know, if that's. Limitation put on Maidan IRA again. I think you wouldn't offerings. I wouldn't do. That's not my aim. I totally hear you. And I respect that. But you have to eat, right. Yeah. But how'd you make money? I mean, it's it's kind of an old question. Maybe brainless bashful about dog about money in those. But that wasn't my name. And I guess I'm thinking though. Eaten? Yes, I'm close. So you go. Okay. So one other thing that just obviously was attorney point after those earlier works. It seems like you are not particularly interested in narrative at all in those earlier years. I mean is forms of narrative. I think again, this classical story kind of narrative, everything's a narrative, everything you look at his narrative and anything even gawk. So the painting sunflower there's an article in there. Right. I mean, again, yes, it's much most of oversea let's classical less than once upon a time in the end. But you can always find a story within an image. Always. So what happened I guess in two thousand seven that led to you being able to make a feature film for the first time was that even something you had the desire of doing or how did that come about? No. I I mean, of course, Wednesday. Why you and I was interested in film. But you know, again, it's to me the subject Dimond the form of it wants to be and the subject that came. Into my head. That time was about was Bobby Sands this hunger strike and the foam that it was asking falls through. So no pros thinking about it was narrative stories I thought. Okay. Well, this has been out to feature film and the financing though that made it possible that came from UK Chow four, but was it on the basis of those earlier works that we've just talked about or what? I was very fortunate to have relationship with Marian Goodman Goodman gallery, through those soul to institutions museum of not for example debate, and you know, and other collections and whatnot. So that's that's how I clued in an eighteen so through that sort of having that sort of reputation, of course, people sort of interested in in what I want to do and I met John Young husband. But interestingly John was not it wasn't from film fall. It was from the division of tunnel full. Okay. And she gave me nine hundred thousand pounds to make Hunga my first feature film, and there was money from Northern Ireland film and with Welsh association, and it sounds like Bobby Sands had kind of captured your imagination since you were very young. What was it about him that you think that that I thought to myself this is the first and it could be loss for whatever. Again, you go into Khasi stop. What have what will be will be? I thought okay. This is the Phil wanted to make. So if I don't gonna talk. In the film. This is it, and it was about I think that attitude of his until ways of musing his his life as a kind of a weapon, notice may change, whatever you think about that. You know, the pros and cons of about. How did the he didn't white wh- full? But for me, I was interested in in that pod burnishing history. Yeah. Which was in fact in the cop it for a long period of time by the time. Shame came along you head reach inclusion that you shared in in that earlier interview that I had with you that you that I.
"bobby sands" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"I am obsolete convinced that the nationalist community doesn't have an option. That the minute we begun to Domon change of a very moderate type. We were baking under the ground and the only way that we give respond, oh, that was by organizing ourselves on wants not spiral, begins, people began the organize the step against the repress them. That's that's where conflicts come out of the. The moral question is is very straightforward for me. I mean, I think that every person needs to live with the choices to make and. Really isn't good enough, particularly in the sense that hap- accredits who run the state than who seen difficulty in the bomb of children than men and women widens enough, gourmet style Iraq are going to call me at tyrod time a mom. Real people who will tolerate people with the violence of exploitative capitalism who will force people to work fifteen hours a day. Basically the food on the table. Those people have no right. The judge. I often think of the person who watches it. NFL players, kneeling during the national anthem and saying it's obscene as if someone being shot who is unarmed isn't obscene. Let's talk about. Being jailed. And that experience. It's one of the things that fascinates me the most about the the history of the IRA is the strength that was gathered during the most difficult times in the in the movement and newer. I mean you had a front row seat. You were in h block with Bobby Sands, who is kind of the would be fair to say the Martin Luther King kind of of what I think of you look at. I'm always fire. You saw sparked of. The cult of the personality. He gets dangerous thing. I think that. It was an palest- philosophy that the description of a good leader as dot later who is able to say. And all almost. The people have Donald for themselves. You know. So if you're that type of leader who is and I'm not Champa with Sean close to the media, creates this in the media does that part of the human condition. We need an individual to admire the look up to and hopefully with good hair, hopefully it'll could. He had a nice. Haired guy. Buddy had that seventies collar is really a shame that that happened to be. That'd be. The seventies, oh my God. You couldn't see the rest of his leisure picture. So I was taking on the cages. Yes. I mean, I for me the the hints blocks were really the fulcrum and which the future direction of the struggle was forged. And we will be back and just a moment to hear about the h blocks. But before we do that, I want to give a shout out to blinking who has a new sponsor of ours. If you're like, made a list of books you want to read is never ending, and there's no time to read them all. Thankfully, blink has solved this problem once and for all plinking is the only app that takes thousands of the best-selling nonfiction books in distills them down to their most impactful elements. So you can read or listen to them and expand your knowledge all in under fifteen minutes anywhere. Anytime from your phone, I checked out the biography of Leonardo. That's a tough, tough name to say. Leonardo Davinci by Walter Isaacson and the blankets version of this. I read in about fifteen twenty minutes, and I learned so much about his life. What Nate his paintings, crate, what his passions were, how he synthesized his curiosity in different. Areas of art and science and to the genius creations that we know.
"bobby sands" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"I want to see what happens now. I don't. I don't think that's a total that was that was a concept twenty or twenty five years ago. I think the complacent society an and it all came around the time of the end of history. And this general idea the mature democracies had generally as you say satisfied complacent. I think that's what's going on if you are right that Australian politicians of bold because they can't think of anything to do then that is shameful. Because what does trade you could and should be doing is taking the lead in dealing with climate change? A strata has these enormous mineral always bet a few times. Yeah. Well, and and indeed is part of what's going on again. Now I understand is how ova energy. And climate policy. But you know, a straighter could be in the forefront of all this Australia's politicians could be in the forefront of this and if they are really bought, if you'll right, and if they can't think of anything useful to do except keep stabbing each other, both in the front and in the back, then shame on them. We will doubtless have more on that story as it unfolds over coming days as well, but we will move on finally tonight. And despite the mountainous evidence by now assembled that asking the general public for their opinions is always a terrible idea. The city buggers of Brussels have done it anyway, conducting a competition to rename Twenty-eight streets and squares we can at the very least be grateful that as things stand, no, Bruce Alois will be obliged to get new station, reprinted giving their addresses street MC street face instead as if in collective defiance of the well loved pub game, they have chosen the names of actual famous Belgians. Jacob g. t. like the new names? Yeah, they're whimsical. I think they're kind of fun. I mean, I, I think government buildings generally should have quite portentous names. I think worships should generally have quite serious. I think roads you can have a bit of fun with and from personal. I used to live in Arlington, Virginia, and Arlington is culturally Washington DC. In fact, it was part of Washington DC until about eighteen forty, but it's in Virginia. And so this was two thousand seven, two thousand eight. I lived at the intersection of not one, but two straights named the Jefferson Davis highway Jefferson Davis, of course, the president of the confederacy. Those streets have only been renamed in the last couple of years. So you can get very, very badly wrong naming streets after long dead politics. This is great this, this does happen. A lot of as you will know, Robin in places where there has been a political to molten upheaval street signs get taken down and replaced with new ones. We all know longer at war with Eurasia and so forth there, but they can also be celebrating there is of course a Bill Clinton boulevard in Pristina in Kosovo. Another street, I think on right insane named after Tony Blair. My favorite historical fact possibly of old time pertains to the renaming of a street, which is the street on which the British embassy in Tehran sits Robin knows this story. It was on Winston Churchill street in Tehran in one thousand nine hundred one. It's a great pub. Quiz question. If you phrase it like this, these limit government of your on renamed it after which other member of the house of Commons. It was cool CRA hunger-strike Bobby says, and these still Bobby Sands street though. I think the British embassy moved the entrance for so they didn't have to put that on this stationary. Robaina you are you in favor of the sort of municipal? Well, I'm very much in favor of whimsical street names, but did you London his way ahead of the rest of the world on this London has the best whimsical street names as far as I know of any city in the world, and many of them are ancient. I mean, for example, would you not love to live in shoulder of mutton ally? It exists, it's in east London. You might be less keen to live in Trump street, which also exists here in one of my favorite one. Not very far from where I live in north London is a street, could crooked usage. I'd love to live with love to live on the usage..
"bobby sands" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"On Tuesday a federal judge. Ordered the release of Bobby Sands Yokel own from immigration detention He was an undocumented immigrant from Ecuador an, ice detained him last month after making a food delivery to a military base in Brooklyn New York here to, bring us up, to speed. On BBC releases one. Manuel Benitez host of politica. On spectrum Noticias New York one one thanks for joining us thank you for having me so very interesting story here remind us abou- since your color on, how. He was detained, by is this was when he was making food delivery in Brooklyn correct in June I he went to make. A delivery that army base and like in many other, occasions before he presented his idea and why. See that municipal idea here in New York the many immigrants and million documented immigrants, have so they have a photo ID whenever they go to unofficial building in dot occasion the official at the army base dating like that ID and just, ran a background check on we ever since you're and he discovered on outstanding Deportation order from twenty ten it's because, he came in to the country in two thousand and eight and then in two thousand ten he based when his asylum application. Was in. I he voluntarily said. I'm going to leave the. Country he never left he never went back to Ecuador and in two thousand thirteen he married Sandra Chica now who is a naturalized citizen now he has. Two. Small daughters they, are also citizens of the United States so the judge yesterday was it was really remarkable to be in the. Courthouse yesterday the federal courthouse judge Pokrovsky who is a, George W Bush appointee he was extremely forceful. With the government's lawyer and he said things such as the powerful are doing what, they want the poor are suffering were they must remember the since you did you have a criminal record before he he just had that outstanding Petition order from twenty ten and should he have been protected because, New York is a sanctuary city does that should that play any role in this at all when it comes to an army base that's a federal government jurisdiction so, it's really hard to make dot case however the judge kept saying this. Person doesn't have a criminal record, he has been paying taxes is a family man, he has a, family were all citizens of the. United States in. This case so why is the government detaining him and what was their responding what. Was the government's case it was? At this outstanding deportation order that. He had violated what exactly were they trying. To prove what's happening lately and you know see now is that is is coming, into a community is immigrant communities all over the country and if. You have a deputy in order that you'd, never complied with and then they're going to do and they're going they're. Going to try to put you in the neck on the next flight back to your country to the. Country where you were born They've done that repeatedly and? That's what? They tried to do also with VW since they couldn't do it because a few days, after he was arrested on. June first a few days later there was. A, stay on his reputation, like a federal judge another one in. The same southern district I said wait a minute. We have to hear the case and what he has to say and we'll. Crotty judge Crotty yesterday was trying to say is that he started? The adjustment to regularise his? Status back in February of this year why don't you let. Him go through the process and once process is done? Even if the, government says we're not going, to give you a green, card then just deport him but given. Due process and the bread the judge actually did say Crotty said quote is there any concept of Justice here what I, thought was a pretty powerful thing to say in addition to what you were mentioning earlier you was an yes I was in the overflow Room in the? Courthouse it was packed with friends supporters lawyers and every time the judge said something like this everybody, was cheering Jim for, the family it's a really A lot of people can say this is the rule. Of? Law we have to follow rules we have to follow the law but this country always show some sort of some some sort of. Compassion for stories like us. Right and people are seeing how the government just goes unchecked right, now on how the messages? From the White House are immigrants are bad they, are all gang members and even when he goes to Europe and the president saying immigrants are this, drawing the culture and? I think, what's interesting about this? Case too is that maybe this is why, it was tugging at a lot of people's heartstrings in New York. Is that he. Does you mentioned. How did, I d, he had. A New York, City. Identification cards, specifically issued for, people who don't have more formal types of identification he was working he. Was working he was he was he's married he's a family man I mean all these things and in fact he was he. Was essentially outed when he, was working, so I think that was one of the things. That that maybe made a lot of. New Yorkers really About this case and many people, are wondering is the idea noisy now liability for many immigrants because it happened also to Margarito. On. Concept soon Silva grandparents from Mexico they've been in this country for twenty years and on July fourth they went to visit their signing. Law and they went to. The Ford Trump army bays around the buffalo area these show their, their audience and they were? Detained as well and they were really close to, deportation and they were released a couple of days ago again by another judge saying let's get them, through the process I? And this, is an idea once? Again for our listeners who are outside of, New York that New York City and stay created so that people. Could have ID. Right so the. New York, City like, many other. Cities in the, in. The country, since the early, two thousands some cities in the country because it's not resolution with immigration. Reforming Washington they've been trying to give some sort of photo ID to this undocumented immigrants that are part Of. The communities all over the country but there who they are waiting for their chance to to regularise their immigration status where do you see this going, what kind of message. If any does this send about people like. Us I think for, him hopefully we'll have a chance to have due process and to go through the process and maybe get green. Card that he wants by the message here is that how. Many immigrants how many undocumented immigrants likely you're right now are slipping through the cracks of this administration and their zero, tolerance policy because his case did. Get a lot of media attention and he was detained for a little over a month right, waiting for this to happen correct and we know that there are so. Many? Cases like his all over the country many of them don't get the same media attention by this, happening, and many immigrant communities all over the country are scared and fear that. They might be next be this.
"bobby sands" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"He was convicted of causing explosions and attacking a police officer and when he landed in prison the british government had just revoked the status of political prisoner it had been giving to ira inmates samuel criminals medical prisoners trouble nights head as opposed to struggle then be seeing the need to take a and the idea that we would were prison close to prison uniform and speaking they say bird kremlin's was just not going to happen as far as you're concerned wasn't on lately the plumbing this was something we needed to do the first striker bobby sands died after sixty six days and laurence says when the news of his death spread the prison went quiet it was early in the morning off to the present guards cohen and is a very strange fin wings try very quiet there's no shed nerve cells then for inches hughes the second hunger striker died the third died quickly after him fourth man died after sixty one days then it was lawrence's turned to join the strike he wanted to tell his mother before she heard it on the news most difficult thing was to salem these that you're gonna join hungerstrike particularly at that stage after four people died of very close all through with let them all their thing was i told her as long straight morris choose were saying to oversee tarm wine at the same time this was the strongest thing better she would never have used her little for me in a way that was well you'd better do this if you love me or started with the hope.
"bobby sands" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is something that we need true little the first striker bobby sands died after sixty six days and laurence says when the news of his death spread the prison went quiet it was in the morning off to the prison guards and a very strange fit in try very quiet there's no sheridan or ales then for instance the second hunger striker died the third died quickly after him fourth man died after sixty one days then it was lawrence's turned to join the strike he wanted to tell his mother before she heard it on the news most difficult thing was to sail families going into an honest reagan particularly at that stage after four people died very close all through very close with muller first order is gonna longer straight morris chooser saying to always a tom what at this time was the strongest thing better she would never have used her low for me in a way that was well you'd better do this if you love me or i started with the hope that ever down terms of fears was always the concern polonium done for mobile like the end of the day toll through this while can up until seen through to them the first day the guards brought lawrence his breakfast and he lifted untouched they brought him a tray of lunch military dinner became more of a torture rather than anything else in terms of just the smell of it for the first three days i think he's still in hungary but i think often want it's hard to describe my memories was feeling cold some pills and it was really strange his time on just a columnist music at all and the only music that i listen to music detested company investor music or particularly the irish version of cooking western music because the music the selfish thoughtless you don't think about it or jimmy policies controversy phones eventually he became so weak he was moved to the prison hospital with the other hunger strikers become aware of just i weaker volatility started oversee see yourself in the.
"bobby sands" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Cubs out over copernicus homeless and why over pope action he's so long we got to take a right to and ready to the body hope was on immigration of his kick was covered over to help you kill on the near left wing as take all up fivefold down lives it left elbow here to begin since it based on log dive down the left lane left the freshmen redshirt freshmen cut off easy gobbledygook deleted thrive and a floater no good rebound by first thing on the back side go second bull market wicket up at your rightsided afford boards assignments and the next two set it up was 635 ago here a difference 24 does what he said he goes state overs led by eight early twelve before nap is on the right way tetchy to three on the way and he got it great favors hybrid mode that a big shot for the logos and anthony mathis was down twenty forty gree dude for anthony that's a confidence builder a bear any shutter without hesitate mitchell down to left lane against global pressure is beat snap is derivates scored lightly it it was too easy for the after mitchell look like a football player of his size but was down three losing your feet voice simon's near right corner on the base last sakti joe audiobook joe picture right quarter detroit floyd for the base blanked and he had expect away and stolen the daniels doubted he would doubleteam bellmare global turnover number five watson on the cross still lies in for a plumbing in the lay 10footer no good rebound bobby sands third goal ego's mcneeley in the frontcourt dwell on the same the tap the we've 22 on the shutdown toward and out an app is now there's another revolved away off the phone iron no good wellcontested by watson rebound the mitchell intend to go see.
"bobby sands" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"As the first of all the close friend president assad who advised him to reform as a didn't reforms so then he became the sworn enemy of acid saying that he must leave and must go and the hotel a syrian imbroglio became very difficult for him then he switched yet again when russia stepped in decisively and particularly after a very difficult falling out with russia that hurt turkey can omically he made up with russia they're now good friends again andrawes switch sides on assad saying that he can stay for the moment but has to include other elements in his government so where he stands on the big grill political military and a political crisis in the region is not care no what is clear there is at the the tax had taken a leaf after the iranian book of renaming isad though is absolutely delightful to an ira to retail details please tell us well area of anwar said at and indeed bobby sands yes iran has had a long his of spats with britain the vase to god is the great satan the real great satan in america and in one of our periodic foley's outward the bergische it was the time when margaret thatcher's prime minister and when bobby sands who is an ira prisoner went on hunger strike saying that he was uh should be treated as a political prisoner and indeed he held out to the bitter end and di di di di of starvation watches pretty pretty extraordinary and was slight i mean embarrassing to the british government and the iranians then immediately cold the street where the bridge embassy walls the bobby sands street adjust to rub their noses in it and i think this is him before i think the bridge embassy in aden after britain left that colony and it became south yemen that was called street of the revolution above marx and engels or something like that it's a way of trying to humiliate those you don't get on very low the indy they've they've had again egyptians is that i think they and they named a street in 1918 one after.
"bobby sands" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"The clockworks are real quick dis hurme know that the sun devils is the nickname of arizona state visit these may be the most amazing developing story or squirts that he is in sharp did you see the video arizona state credit video of like hermis first day like behind the scenes and it begins with him in i guess the a dis officers the football same as it is behind them and he's literally signing paperwork and the somebody walks in holding a foothold in the jersey that says what did he wear forty six the nfl and they say edwards and football jerseys are tiny because you just we've rip them down over your showed won't be able to travel so it looks more and he goes was that is that i kid you a girls jersey reussir laver yes i mean this guy has been seen of a non warn football jersey in this or that he is completely taken aback by it not being a canopy he just get the feeling is there to be charismatic personable and recruit because he can i think he can walk to kids living room and win the mother purcell he better nowhere had said on the sideline need this that he needs to have no listening going on during games but they hired him police they wanted to keep the two coordinators who they love so much and both guys have left it's almost like bobby valentine being the athletic director sir bobby sands rest dropped more than he is and say university i hear you the latest sports update andrew bogus the four sports way of them good morning all the super bowls the olympics final fours isn't john wooden is ucla dynasty those the highlights of dick edberg's legendary broadcasting career edinburgh passed away this california home yesterday apparently of a heart attack he was eighty two years old be equally great marvelled word on.
"bobby sands" Discussed on PRI's The World
"She implored authorities to quote not remove decent men and women merely because they may have aired at one point in their lives mcallister's case was denied but since two thousand seven politicians have submitted private bills to congress to help him saying he served time in ireland has built himself up in the us and has a clean record here that is now changing under trump his administration's is immigrants can no longer rely on private bills to avoid deportation arguing it's a tactic the protects criminals mcallister now worries laughter returned to a country he fled thirty years ago during the focused on the good things that you do life there are focused on what hall dole new above lenses doable mcallister sagas starts in belfast where he grew up in the '70s and '80s it was a time knows the troubles along conflict in northern ireland that pitted a catholic minority against a protestant majority gals service catholic and remembers being searched and threatened by the police his wife was shoved out of a moving police car when she was pregnant i think it's for legal for papalii on the stone when you're living on the environment words dan daily choudens and murderers and killings of waddell or alternative devolve toll fate back in 1980 one in response to the death of irish revolutionary bobby sands mcallister joined an irish nationalist paramilitary group he served as a lookout during an attack on a cop he was convicted of conspiracy to murder and spent three years in prison when he got out he worked construction and tried to move on then in 1988 gunmen attacked mcallister's home mcallister wasn't there but his four kids were 26 ruined from of a coup forty seven shot into the hose the rug louis than those who so the the mcallister's fled and eventually made it to the us but a judge denied the family asylum based on mcallister's crimes in ireland won't you're tired with blood golden cold terrorist not for a difficulty overcoame the family was ordered deported but they're still in the us.