35 Burst results for "Bryant"

Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 d ago

Kate McKinnon, Pete Davidson departing from 'SNL'

"Some big names are leaving a long running comedy franchise on NBC Where you'll have to pay close attention to the cast of characters for next season Saturday Night Live because some of those on the show for season 47 will not be there for season 48 among the comedians bowing out our Kate McKinnon and Pete Davidson two of the show's biggest names the canon's been on for ten seasons Davidson for 8 also leaving 80 Bryant and Kyle Mooney It is one of the biggest cash shake ups in recent years for the show and it comes after recent seasons have seen these Saturday Night Live cast remained virtually intact I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia: AP-NORC poll

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00:58 sec | Last month

Many say Biden not tough enough on Russia: AP-NORC poll

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Freeman reaches 3 times, scores in Dodgers debut, beats Rox

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00:40 sec | Last month

Freeman reaches 3 times, scores in Dodgers debut, beats Rox

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Notre Dame beats Rutgers in double-OT to cap First Four

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Notre Dame beats Rutgers in double-OT to cap First Four

"Notre Dame won a double overtime thriller over Rutgers eighty nine eighty seven while Wright state have the right stuff to be Bryant ninety three eighty two and the second day of first for NC double a tournament games in Dayton all I can send you and you have a late with one point four seconds remaining in the second O. T. and moments into Saint Patrick's day to enable the hours to survive and advance Atkinson led Notre Dame with twenty six points in the first game Wright state's Tanner Holden outscored the nation's leading scorer Peter kids thirty seven twenty eight to lead the raiders to their first ever NC double a tourney win I'm Tom Mariam

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Curry sets 3s record, LeBron the winner in NBA All-Star Game

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Curry sets 3s record, LeBron the winner in NBA All-Star Game

"Steph curry wins the NBA all star game MVP as he leads team lebron pass team around one sixty three one sixty definitely something I wanted to experience and once I I kinda knew I was I was failing it you kind of want to ride the waves and and and see how it ended up curry connected on an all star game record sixteen three pointers en route to a game high fifteen points to help team lebron improved to five at all all time team Durant led one thirty nine one thirty eight going into the fourth quarter but the target score was set to one sixty three twenty four points more than the leading team in honor of Kobe Bryant lebron James sent the game winner on a seventeen foot fade away the highlight of the evening came at halftime when the NBA honored its seventy fifth anniversary team in an on court ceremony I'm Danny cap

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Testimony wraps up in hate crimes trial over Arbery killing

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Testimony wraps up in hate crimes trial over Arbery killing

"Closing arguments are set for Monday in the federal hate crimes trial over the killing of a model our brief by three white men in Georgia prosecutors rested their case Friday after calling three witnesses who said they were called racist statements by two of the defendant's father and son Greg and Travis with Michael defense attorneys called one witness a neighbor who said a white man may be the same one the McMichael's reported to police as suspicious in twenty nineteen the pair along with deber William Roddy Bryant pleaded not guilty to charges they violated our B. civil rights by chasing and killing him in their neighborhood they were already convicted in the state's case and sentenced to life I'm Julie Walker

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 FBI witness: Defendants in Arbery killing used racial slurs

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

FBI witness: Defendants in Arbery killing used racial slurs

"An FBI witness testified the defendants in the a model every killing used racial slurs during day two in the federal case FBI analyst Amy Vaughn led the jury through dozens of conversations Travis but Michael and neighbor William Roddy Bryant had in the years before they were convicted of killing armory in the state's case in text and Facebook conversations with friends the N. word was often used McMichael advocated violence against black people and bond told jurors Brian's racist messages showed he was upset his daughter was dating a black man the F. B. I. wasn't able to access Greg McMichael phone because it was encrypted while the three were sentenced to life in the state's case there now standing trial in a separate federal case charged with violating our pre civil rights and with targeting him because he was black they've

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Testimony to resume in Ahmaud Arbery death hate crimes case

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Testimony to resume in Ahmaud Arbery death hate crimes case

"The prosecution continues its case in the federal hate crimes trial of three white men convicted of murdering Ahmad are very on Tuesday jurors heard from neighbors that the defendants are described how the fatal shooting in twenty twenty shocked them they also watched graphic cell phone video and so crime scene photos of Aubrey's body before hearing exams of interviews the defendants gave to police father and son Greg and Travis with Michael and neighbor William Roddy Bryant were sentenced to life in the state's case now all three standing trial in a separate federal case charged with violating our pre civil rights with targeting him because he was black they've pleaded not guilty I'm Julie Walker

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Testimony to begin in Ahmaud Arbery death hate crimes trial

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Testimony to begin in Ahmaud Arbery death hate crimes trial

"Prosecutors were to begin calling witnesses Tuesday in the federal hate crimes trial of three white men convicted of murdering a mod are very on the first day prosecutors told the jury that evidence each of the defendants had a history of making racist comments to win convictions on the hate crimes charges they must prove our pre was chased and fatally shot because he was black in opening statements defense attorneys called their clients use of racist slurs offensive and indefensible but insisted their deadly pursuit of armory was motivated by an earnest though a Roni is suspicion he committed crimes not by racial hostility father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and neighbor William Roddy Bryant were sentenced to life in prison in the state's case I'm Julie Walker

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2022 Pro Football Hall of Fame: Meet the newest members

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

2022 Pro Football Hall of Fame: Meet the newest members

"The newest members of the pro football hall of fame were announced in attendance were former services go forty Niners great Bryant young three time Super Bowl champion Richard Seymour former Green Bay Packers safety and Lambeau leap inventor leroy Butler Super Bowl coach Dick vermeil and Tony Miceli the first ever Jacksonville Jaguars player to be named a hall of Famer the late Sam mills raiders legend cliff branch and former director of officiating art McNally were also named to the two thousand twenty two class all eight men will officially be enshrined in canton Ohio come August Jeremy takeover eagle would California

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Jury selection beginning in Arbery death hate crimes trial

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Jury selection beginning in Arbery death hate crimes trial

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Bart Herbison Tells Us About the Nashville Songwriters Association

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:15 min | 5 months ago

Bart Herbison Tells Us About the Nashville Songwriters Association

"When I talk about the Nashville songwriter association, they asked, well, what is that? So let's start off here, but just won't tell a little bit about how you got into this and also about the national songwriters as well. Well, me first a little hoity toity. My father was a painter in Paris. A house painter in Paris Tennessee. And look, we grew up in a rural area, somewhat poor, and music was the thing. Music, my grandma played piano in our little Methodist Church, and everybody was musical in my family. Three brothers played Trump at I blew mine, the other two played theirs. And I guess it's 16 years old. I got a job as a dish jockey at the local radio station, which was an NBC affiliate, and ended up doing some work on a national show they had. But a guy that grew up with me became a very famous songwriter named Jimmy Stewart, he wrote brotherly love, the last number one for Keith. Whitley, a little less talk for Toby, and I just was always drawn to that. I always drawn to they just make this up out of thin air and I said as a child some day somehow I'll work with American songwriters, and I did. For us, the origin story, I don't sing, but remember please release me let me go. The waste our lives would be a sin, release me and let me love again. That was written by Eddie Miller. Yeah, singing was not part of that too at bar. It takes a while to pass the bill. And he was a real southern gentleman, and he thought we can orgas the songwriters. There were only 80 songwriters total 80 in the entire town of Nashville in 1967. And he reached out to all of them and a lot didn't want to risk their career because even our friends within the music industry didn't necessarily want to see the songwriters quote unquote organize. But Eddie got married John wilkin Chris Christopherson fully and boulevard Bryant Liz and Casey Anderson, a bunch of really important songwriters and 42 risk their careers to become an advocate advocacy group for American

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Carlson FG gives Raiders 16-14 win vs COVID-ravaged Browns

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

Carlson FG gives Raiders 16-14 win vs COVID-ravaged Browns

"Daniel Daniel Carlson Carlson drilled drilled a a forty forty eight eight yard yard field field goal goal as as time time expired expired to to give give the the raiders raiders a a sixteen sixteen fourteen fourteen win win over over the the Browns Browns third third string string quarterback quarterback Nick Nick Mullens Mullens to to give give the the Browns Browns a a fourteen fourteen thirteen thirteen lead lead by by throwing throwing a a six six yard yard scoring scoring pass pass on on fourth fourth down down to to Harrison Harrison Bryant Bryant with with three three forty forty five five left left Derek Derek Carr Carr was was twenty twenty five five of of thirty thirty eight eight for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty six six yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown he he rallied rallied Vegas Vegas after after being being picked picked off off late late in in the the game game I I know know what what you you are are learning learning to to get get down down to to have have a a chance chance you you know know and and Daniels Daniels proven proven over over and and over over again again for for me me you you know know everyone everyone wants wants to to comeback comeback wins wins and and all all this this kind kind of of stuff stuff good good job job as as like like the the matter matter if if you you don't don't make make the the catch catch the the Browns Browns were were without without twelve twelve regulars regulars including including quarterback quarterback Baker Baker Mayfield Mayfield along along with with head head coach coach Kevin Kevin Stefanski Stefanski I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Rockettes end season as New York tallies record COVID cases

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Rockettes end season as New York tallies record COVID cases

"New new York's York's coronavirus coronavirus surge surge shuts shuts down down the the rock rock cats cats along along with with some some Broadway Broadway shows shows the the Rockettes Rockettes Christmas Christmas show show has has been been canceled canceled for for the the season season after after the the state state reported reported its its highest highest daily daily numbers numbers over over twenty twenty one one thousand thousand just just under under half half those those positive positive coping coping cases cases in in the the city city so so Broadway Broadway shows shows also also had had to to Nix Nix performances performances because because of of outbreaks outbreaks among among cast cast members members disappointing disappointing tourists tourists press press it's it's not not a a way way to to get get here here Jill Jill Bryant Bryant came came in in from from Kentucky Kentucky all all fax fax it it let's let's hope hope all's all's well well with with everybody everybody but but it it is is such such a a disappointment disappointment one one day day snapshots snapshots of of bars bars statistics statistics can can begin begin on on reliable reliable way way to to measure measure trends trends but but the the new new record record punctuated punctuated a a steady steady increase increase that that started started in in the the western western part part of of the the state state in in late late October October and and is is taken taken off off in in the the city city in in the the past past week week as as the the Omicron Omicron variant variant spreads spreads Julie Julie Walker Walker New New York York

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Patriots out-run Bills in14-10 win in blustery conditions

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Patriots out-run Bills in14-10 win in blustery conditions

"The the patriots patriots have have sole sole possession possession of of first first place place in in the the AFC AFC east east following following a a fourteen fourteen ten ten win win over over the the second second place place bills bills Damien Damien Harris Harris scored scored on on a a sixty sixty four four yard yard run run in in blustery blustery conditions conditions in in which which Mack Mack Jones Jones attempted attempted just just three three passes passes the the pats pats have have gained gained the the bills bills to to twenty twenty two two to to ninety ninety nine nine yards yards rushing rushing with with Harris Harris delivering delivering a a season season high high one one hundred hundred eleven eleven this this week week office office morphed morphed into into a a teen teen I I was was gonna gonna run run the the football football I'm I'm at at work work and and you you know know I I think think we we should should all all be be proud proud of of you you know know I I think think the the mental mental toughness toughness and and what what we're we're able able to to do do as as a a team team defensive defensive back back Myles Myles Bryant Bryant sealed sealed the the victory victory by by batting batting down down Josh Josh Allen's Allen's past past the the goal goal line line with with one one fifty fifty five five remaining remaining billing billing on on this this night night and and for for following following its its seventh seventh straight straight win win buffalo buffalo was was seven seven and and five five I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Emmett Till investigation closed by Justice Department

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 6 months ago

Emmett Till investigation closed by Justice Department

"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting a a justice justice department department investigation investigation into into the the lynching lynching of of Emmett Emmett till till is is being being closed closed the the US US justice justice department department has has told told relatives relatives of of Emmett Emmett till till it it is is ending ending its its latest latest investigation investigation into into the the nineteen nineteen fifty fifty five five lynching lynching of of till till in in Mississippi Mississippi a a person person familiar familiar with with the the matter matter who who spoke spoke on on condition condition of of anonymity anonymity told told the the Associated Associated Press Press about about the the closure closure of of the the investigation investigation the the fourteen fourteen year year old old hill hill who who was was from from Chicago Chicago was was abducted abducted tortured tortured and and killed killed after after witnesses witnesses said said he he whistled whistled at at a a white white woman woman the the justice justice department department reopened reopened that that investigation investigation after after twenty twenty seventeen seventeen book book quarter quarter the the key key figure figure Carolyn Carolyn Bryant Bryant don don as as saying saying she she lied lied when when she she claimed claimed till till grabbed grabbed her her whistled whistled and and made made sexual sexual advances advances relatives relatives of of Donna Donna who's who's in in her her eighties eighties have have denied denied she she recanted recanted her her allegations allegations two two white white men men Roy Roy Bryant Bryant and and his his half half brother brother JW JW Milam Milam were were tried tried on on murder murder charges charges that that the the quoted quoted by by an an all all white white jury jury months months later later they they confessed confessed in in a a paid paid interview interview with with look look magazine magazine hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi

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Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

"It's day two of jury deliberations in the trial of three white men charged with chasing and killing Ahmad are very after the twenty five year old black man was spotted running in their coastal Georgia neighborhood the disproportionately white jury will have to decide a father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William Roddy Bryant were acting in self defense as their lawyers say but the prosecution says you can't claim self defense if you started it and the three men with the gun were attempting a citizen's arrest of an unarmed Darbari they say they suspected he was a burglar meanwhile the peaceful demonstrations outside the courthouse have led to tighter security some small barricades around the building Georgia state trooper standing by the steps and doors I'm Julie Walker

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Trial in Ahmaud Arbery's killing nears going to the jury

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 6 months ago

Trial in Ahmaud Arbery's killing nears going to the jury

"The trial of three white men in Georgia charged with killing a modern library a black man could soon be in the hands of the jury prosecutors seeking murder convictions planned to wrap up their legal arguments today then the judge will give instructions before the jury begins deliberations armory was chased and shot in February of twenty twenty after he was spotted running in a neighborhood outside Brunswick in closing arguments yesterday defence attorney said father and son Greg and Travis but Michael and neighbor William Roddy Bryant we're attempting a citizen's arrest of a suspected burglar after armory was seen running from a nearby home under construction prosecutors say he was out for a jog I'm Julie Walker

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"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:04 min | 9 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hither folks. I am talking to see l. Bryant host the ceo bryant show The filmmaker behind runaway slave and the author of a book a race for freedom. Talk talk about that. Seal the book race for freedom of which you wrote. Is that pretty much a reprisal of the ideas that we're talking about today in case somebody wants to hear more about this very much so you can get it on amazon or go to go to Runaway slave movie dot com as well and and find it there. It is a book that outlines how america has been established for a race of people who would understand the value of liberty and freedom We are endowed by our creator with certain unalienable rights and among them as life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We we don't know whose face jefferson had in mind when he penned those words. But we do know this. I know this for certain. When he wrote those words he guaranteed that the day would come. If we were true to those words that i'd be here speaking with you. Eric and you'd be speaking with me in a free america. That is the race for freedom that is a race for freedom that has been established on this earth and it is a race of people. Americans who in fact have created the greatest nation together on the face of the planet red yellow black and white. Whoever you are in this country you have been a part of this great experiment that has worked up to this point if we stay true to who we were founded to be. We don't train change the definitions if we don't allow people to change the definitions of who we were founded to be We will remain the greatest beacon of of hope in in on the world and in the world and we need to be clear to that. You know when you're talking about the ideas of the founders who were all white men. The ideas were not white. Those are american ideas. I will go even farther. Those ideas don't only belong to america. They belong to god. If if anything is good it is of god and it does not have a color it does not have a 'nationality truth is truth and the idea that people would get so Pinched and circumscribed by their views. That they would say well. Those are white ideas and anything. If it's true it's true for you. and why would you throw it away. But i mean we have so much anger that people are saying that just because i don't like that group of people or i don't like this. I'm going to throw away. Their good ideas biden has done it with trump's plan for afghanistan. They do it with a. If trump talks about hydrochloric win. They go because he said. I hate it instead of thinking about what is right and what is wrong and what works. People are just animated by a motion. And so when you talk about you know these ideas and it's called A race for freedom your book. You're you're saying that it's about ideas that are make that make us free. It has nothing to do. You see this going on to sixteen nineteen project. An attempt to redefine everything as though truth is not truth as though what thomas jefferson wrote isn't true for every person of every colour. Absolutely right that you're absolutely right eric. That is not a white idea is an idea given to the create creations of the creator. According to jefferson is a right that that that is set us free and when we talk about sixteen nineteen Project most americans don't even realize the absurdity of Founding this type of argument in sixteen nineteen when america did not become a nation until the constitution and in seventeen eighty nine was actually ratified seventeen. Seventy six we declared our independence. Seventeen eighty-nine the constitution was ratified. America was a country. Eighty six years. After america became a country. It began to live up to those founding documents that we all are created equal. Slavery went away in eighty six years. Not four hundred years wasn't four hundred years. It was eighty six years after the founding of this nation that we had the the war that has never happened in any country. The country goes to war against itself in order to free people. That are in bondage. Those those white soldiers who marched north a march south with their guns in hand they may have never even seen a black slave. They didn't know what this was all about. They just know that liberation was in order here. That's what we are. that's how we have become. The greatest nation on earth is exercising our freedoms well. It's amazing what we're talking about. I mean this country about slavery Slavery is not a color issue there have been slaves. Since since the dawn of humanity there has been evil and sin and humans oppressing humans. So the idea that it's a racial thing is just preposterous. When i wrote my book. Amazing grace about wilberforce and the campaign to end the slave trade in the british empire. It was so obvious when you look into it that they were black africans selling and enslaving other black africans. It had nothing to do with color. So it's really a bizarre racial to the point of racist retelling of american history. six nineteen project is just. It's it's a wicked fiction. But the left and the media who seemed to be going out of their way in terms of their ignorance to not simply not look at facts. They keep promoting this ridiculous idea. We've just got a a minute left. If you want to respond to that absolutely i will. It is a again time for all of us to stand up and push back and above all tell the american story Tell the story How this nation has become a great nation not because of the words written by old white men but because of the principles that this country this nation has been built upon and eric. I want to thank you again for having me on the show. I pray that god will bless and keep you and your work and whatever you're doing. I pray that god will order your steps in his word and it's good to be your friend and make your acquaintance and hey i believe we're going to have you on our show real soon eric tax. I let it come on. I look forward to it You know i would. And one of the further debts. That i owe larry. Taunton is introducing us Just a pleasure to get to know you folks. You can follow seattle bryant on twitter instagram facebook at rev c l bryant. The book is a race for freedom. The film is run away slave. God bless you my friend. Ceo brian to be continued. Don't care you're talking to go-to straw album. Hey eric everywhere..

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"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:49 min | 9 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Hey folks talking to see l. bryant he's the host of the l. bryant show. Who do you think was going to be the host of the seal. Brian show if not seal bryant bryant. You just make an An important point about so-called systemic racism. Me said there's nothing in america that the color of your skin will prevent you from being able to accomplish today. So why do people talk about this thing. Called systemic racism. What are they saying. And how are they getting that wrong again. I i refer back to My my fellow citizens. In america who happened be white by by label In in this country you are allowing the narrative your birthright to be stolen from you you are being hoodwinked swindled and bamboozled by a redefining of who we have been in american where that has brought us to The greatest nation on all the earth. We has america. And we were looking at the fiasco and afghanistan and all that but it was. It was in the minds of white european men. That's a fact. Don't run from that and black folks. Don't run from the idea that we contributed heavily even to this present time in the growth of this nation if there is a conspiracy of america being an evil country than black folks. You have been a co-conspirator in doing that even in times when you were told what to do you are now at a point where you have choices all of us do. That's the beauty of america. Anyone a great idea. It doesn't matter who you father was anyone on a great idea in america and make money. That's what black wall street was all about. There were people making money in america today. Twenty twenty one heading for twenty twenty two fast very fast very quickly. there is nothing eric. Metaxas that the color of my skin in this country would stop me from doing. Stop my grandfather. I just can't ask you question here because you sound very optimistic. Do you think that america will ever overcome It's systemic racism enough. Where someday in the future we might. The white people in america might elect a black president. You think that's going to happen. You erica at something. That seems so far fetched doesn't it. It doesn't seem possible because the racist whites will never go for that. And you understand that. Not the racist white people who could elect the first black president. I guess that they want it. To those raises. White people could elect the first black president in the future. Eric if in fact you know they they could ever get their act together there in that racist. I don't recall. i just don't see happening. I just think you're way too optimistic So we've had a black president and that black president Bought into ideas. That you are outing as anti-black this is the irony. Isn't it in other words that we're being told these are. These are good ideas. These are bad ideas. These are black ideas. Well ironically anybody with cultural marxist view or a leftist view. blm at the top of the list. Their ideas are harmful to blacks. But somehow because of the way the media goes they're able to act as though this is what black people say. This is what they want. Same thing with the women's movement the the women's march the day after trump was inaugurated. It was the whims. It was not a women's march. It was an anti trump march but but minority groups in this country. They sort of ally with the left and saying we speak for black people. We speak for women. You know that al sharpton doesn't speak for your average black but somehow he has been able to get away with with pushing that idea. You see what we need to understand and realize wakeup to eric. Is this if antifa or black lives matter. Al sharpton for that matter is right then rosa parks mega and dr martin luther king even malcolm x. Wrong you see. There's a stolen valor. That's going on in america today. One of the things that i really despise and hate is when someone says that they served are in our nation's uniform as a soldier and then as found out that they were not that stealing the valor of those who wear the uniform. And this is what you are seeing in those movements. We've just named like am and anton. And even they al sharpton of this world. They are stealing valor from those. Who actually did pay the price. There is some twisted idea that you can relive the civil rights movement. No that room of the past. That i mentioned in just a a moment to ago We like to spend a lot of time in that room of the past all of us. Do we have three rooms that all of us live. But but that's the one we love to spend time in. Is that room with the past. And there's not a pitcher. There's not a piece of furniture. There's not a moment that you can change in that room with the past. Why do they wanna keep us trapped there. Why do they want to keep us thinking about that. When you're thinking about that the pain you don't think about that child. That is yours that wife that has born that challenge that woman that has warned that. Cia when you're thinking about how much pain and suffering you've been through to get here you you feel like you almost deserve to leave them to their own pain and suffering. That's where Liberals socialists democrats have led the black community but there is an awakening that is going on as we speak. And i thank you that you allow me this opportunity to speak and on this platform because It is something that needs to be heard. I do believe and it is a conversation that needs to be had. We are talking c. L. bryant a film is runaway slave much else a dunk away.

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"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:58 min | 9 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Flow there folks. This is the eric metaxas show or so they tell me Part of what. I like to do on. This show is introduced my audience. Which would be you technically to people that. I've gotten to know to friends new ideas. Recently i was in birmingham alabama with my friend larry taunton as with the fixed point foundation. He's been on this program many times And we were doing a conference there And he brought a few people to the conference as speakers whose work i was. Unfamiliar with one of them is c. l. bryant and i had such a fun time getting to know c. l. bryant that i said. Hey you know be a nice gesture to let my audience know who seal. Bryant is into bless you as i have been blessed so my guests for the day. Co bryant c. l. welcome to the taxes. Show thank you so much for the invitation. And i'm glad to be here with you. Well we had fun with larry. Taunton in birmingham and part part of the fun for me was was getting to know you and so let me tell my audience. You've been a minister over thirty five years. You're in shreveport louisiana you were the president of the a. c. p. I wanna ask you about that You made a film and award. Winning film called runaway slave. I wanna talk to you about that. You've written a book called the race for freedom. Your senior fellow with freedom works in your the host of the seal bryant show so if somebody has know anything about you i've just listened a bunch of things but tell us a little bit about this but i want to get to know you. Where did you grow up How did you come to be serious about your faith about your your conservative view of political situation What's your story growing up in a middle-class black home upper middle-class black home. i was Privileged as a child growing up in in america and many of us Don't realize that The middle class black americans in the span in this country have indeed benefited from the fruits of liberty. only one side that is shown in my life story is one that shows A conservative core value rooted and grounded in faith church. I'm a child of the sixties. I was born in the late fifties and So i grew up in a narrow when america was changing and of course my parents were activists. They were part of that change. My father was in the restaurant business and all of that. Some people say that will. Maybe you've never seen the other side of it. Well well yes. We have Because all of our parents and so forth who came to this country regardless of how we got here have experienced struggles and so have mind but it led me through the acp and let me also to the tea party. This lifestyle of mine and his life. That i've lead in this great land of america and that's the story that i was telling When you and. I were in birmingham together and i do admire. Your work is well eric. As so many millions of us do and i. I'm just so happy to be here to share as much of it as i possibly can with you if my life well part of what. Our friend larry taunton did and organizing this conference was Help us to get to know each other. Not just you and me but the other folks who were there. It's it's important actually that we know who's out there who's working on the same team What is their story when you mentioned growing up in a middle class or upper middle class home. We're living in a time right now. That makes it sound like being middle. Class or upper middle class is white. That's how crazy things are there. There is a group of people on the pretty radical left who are redefining everything and they're defining blackness not about the color of your skin but about an attitude it's kind of a marxist attitude it's a kind of an attitude that's kind of mired in poverty and it's all kinds of bad stuff but you said that your father was in the restaurant business. Tell me about your upbringing. Tell me about how you got to be where you are. How you came into the ministry. My upbringing was one as i said centered around the church. I grew up baptist born catholic. But i grew up baptist and shreveport louisiana and i'm blessed to live in florida now but just the same my ministry again When i got married and as a child of privilege minute andrew get into trouble because there's hardly any trouble you can get into that your father. Who is you know. A person of influence can can't get you out of and so my ministry began actually When i got involved with a bad crowd and i realized that this is not the way. God had intended things for me to be and went through. A period of rebellion is a lot of teenagers. do but here in america If you are able to apply the content of your true character then god will bless the rest of it and unfortunately here you you set. The definitions are being changed. And you know eric. When we talk about the definitions being changed you also changed destinations when you change desk definitions and unfortunately white americans in this country are allowing the definition of what those old white men. The franklin's the jeffersons the handcocks alexander's. What when they signed on to this declaration of new country They they define something they made it a definition and even those of us who were unchanged at the time could see but freedom was all around them and if they could only get become a part of that that is the type of home. I grew up in helping me to understand that freedom is all around you and they didn't go through what they went through so that i could be black. My parents always instilled in me that they went through what they went through for me so that they could be free and i am a free man and it's because i was raised in a home to help my self look at myself helped me look at myself as a free man and so that may be the difference in some of the upbringing of some today and some that were brought up in my Ethnicity in years gone by. Tell us what freedom works is i mean. I've certainly heard of freedom works. But i realized when i met you in birmingham i didn't know too much about tell my audience. What what freedomworks is freedom. Works is the largest if not one of the largest if not the largest grassroots organization in the nation we boast six million activists plus around the country and my job is senior fellow of freedom works. I've been involved with them for twelve years. it'll be thirteen actually this year since the tea party movement began. We're actually one of the fathers of the tea party movement and we brought one point five million activists to washington dc. At least they descended to an event that we put on back in two thousand and nine on twitter. Nine eleven and friends. I have to tell you that if you want to get involved Motivated and involved in the process of saving our republic go to freedomworks dot org freedomworks dot org and of.

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"bryant" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

09:02 min | 9 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Felt to me very eighty now. I know seeing go ahead. I've only met you once. I only know you through characters. You played but that felt very eighty to me. Yes was it. What would you think that the way that you said is in fact indicative of your inner self. I think it's all i've got. Yes eighty from originally. I'm from phoenix arizona arizona. I think you know what it is. I i asked that. Because and i'm sure this makes no sense. You have a midwestern warmth to me. Do you know what i mean so even saying like this is what you do. You have a warmth about you at. I remember when we met like it was funny because we in person fairly recently but both of us haven't we met before know and you know what it it was a soul connection delta. I yeah. I don't know. I i did live in the midwest for seven years. So maybe it i. I went from ice hearted desert bitch absolute potato yet so you know i think we had a instant soul connection which is why like i was like you know. We have to continue this. This phoenix on. Oh about phoenix's it's flat from grad schools from there. That's it those are my two facts. Only interesting to me. Phoenix sfax ph. Act yeah you know. It's really really hot. Like sometimes it's like one hundred seventeen degrees not habitable. No not good not a good place to live. And i spent my entire childhood deeply sunburned. So oh gosh. I can only imagine. Sorry i'm trying you go. I was trying to put myself emotionally in this place. And i don't know if i would feel emotions in a place that is so hot i think i would just be kind of like grasping just for the slightest bit of coolness and therefore i would never dig deeper and myself. I don't know if that's no. I think you've hit it on the head. I mean i think in a weird way. Because i was so hot for so many years i just had like a low grade anger at all time us and now i mean anyone who knows me knows this that like i cannot stand to be hot like if i'm hot for even one moment i think it's like ptsd. Also i like. I had heatstroke as a kid like a cold time. Which is like you're literally poisoned by the sun haunting. You know. yeah you can't win you him back to the hospital for heat stroke. I didn't i actually just got scooped up and put into basically a little like ice chamber alive fat or something. Yeah but that's it. I don't know is bad. The closest i get to this or my is when we have gone to palm springs and again the desert right. And when i'm walking around a place that hot it's it's i feel like there's an adversarial relationship between man and the land. Okay if it's like. This is not habitable space. What are we doing. There's no reason they should be houses here. Like everything about it. Just feel so wrong and like we're trying to. I always think we're trying to make happen. Basically like we're trying to make this a place where there are movie theaters and restaurants and really. There should be nothing here. Do you see what i'm saying. 'cause like everything you need to use to cool it down right. You're angry about manifest destiny app. It feels like you know way humans. We should have just stopped stopped. The colorado river stopped at the colorado river. That's what i see right. Absolute i just think it changes the way you feel about the world because also i would imagine you have to be an indoor kid when the sun will kill you so you're just to make them in the house completely like choreographing spice girl songs in my bedroom. But yeah that was i mean. Yeah movies if someone had a pool you would dip your ass in there. You know that. I don't know i don't i i loved it but i can't ever live there again. Can i just say by the way poisoned by the sun would have been a great slater. Kenny album title could be huge their next one. But no no. I asked about the like the emotional. Sorry first of all. I just gotta therapy. So yeah he just got. Oh we did a real. Did you do a real one. We did a real. There was like some family stuff in there. No mine was sort of light. Actually like in compare like i mean i still cried. I cry every time but it was like a positive cry. Which is nice. Oh yeah you wanna positive. I've almost teared up in therapy but almost teared up. There's a few. I don't want my therapist to feel like she's made me get here like i don't wanna big britches. Oh you don't like broken. Yes exactly like practice. Kind of like real because of course. Obviously everyone knows. I'm a real man's man very super mask right. That's what it says in the chad. Yes oh i put on the chat by the way it says please agree when we talk about eighties masculinity please but no no put like so. I'm in this place where i'm thinking about stuff and i'm trying to like real always kind of war midwestern person or is that something more that's like as you as you move to chicago as you maybe started performing. I know for me personally. Performing was kind of like impetus to become more open because otherwise it was just going to be like obscure bullshit on stage. Yeah yeah. I know what you mean. I don't know. I mean if we really want get down into the therapy dirt of it. I think that because i was like a young fat girl in like a place where everyone was in tank tops in swimsuits like year round. I was like. I got a really trick. Them into being being okay to be around here. And so i will dance and do you wanna see me humiliate myself. Check this out. Kind of like deep deep people pleasing energy of like. I swear i'm not horrible. And then and then. I i actually think in a weird way then when i got chicago i was like oh this is like kind of a tool. I can use to like. Make comedy or like. I don't know you know. I mean like almost take my people pleasing tendencies in like get under a little bit or like use it like to play the opposite and get a reaction or like you know i mean i feel like a lot in like my comedy or whatever like playing the opposite of my type or whatever like there's a lot to type and i think they're like people please friendly sweetie is something you think you know but you have no idea. Yes yes yes. When did you become self aware of that right because there is obviously a point where you were just reacting like like you said to like i want people to like me and then there was a point where you've got control of it and you could use it as a comedic device. I mean honestly probably only in the last ten years like when. I really got into therapy and started being like oh wait. Why do i do this or like. How do i act in space or like why what. What's what's why hunting this down. You know what prompted you to get into therapy with something happening or was it. Just as you're saying right now you just having some questions that you wanted to make sure i got snl and was like oh no need to speak with someone. Yeah really it's very You know yeah rips your heart a little bit and i had never been on camera i.

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"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Tell the american story Tell the story How this nation has become a great nation not because of the words written by old white men but because of the principles that this country this nation has been built upon and eric. I want to thank you again for having me on the show Pray that god will bless and keep you and your work. And whatever you're doing. I pray that god will order your steps in his word and it's good to be your friend and make your acquaintance and hey i believe that we're going to have you on our show real soon. I think max. I let it come on. I look forward to it You know i would. And one of the further debts larry. Taunton is introducing us. Just a pleasure to get to know you folks. You can follow a c. L. bryant on twitter instagram facebook at rev c l bryant. The book is a race for freedom. The film is run away slave. God bless you my friends. See o'brien to be continued. Don't have late ahead talking to to. Hey folks this is a reminder While.

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"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:17 min | 9 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Am talking to see l. Bryant host the co bryant show The filmmaker behind runaway slave and the author of a book a race for freedom. Talk talk about that. seal The book race for freedom Which you wrote is that pretty much reprisal of of the ideas that we're talking about today in case somebody wants to hear more about this very much so you can get it on amazon or can go to go to Runaway slave movie dot com as well and find it there. It is a book that outlines. How america has been established for a race of people who would understand the value of liberty and freedom. We are endowed by our creator with certain unalienable rights and among them as life liberty and the pursuit of happiness. We we don't know who's face. Jefferson had in mind when he penned those words. But we do know this. I know this for certain. When he wrote those words he guaranteed that the day would come. If we were true to those words. That i'd be speaking with you. Eric and you'd be speaking with me in a free america. That is the race for freedom that is a race for freedom that has been established on this earth and it is a race of people. Americans who in fact have created the greatest nation together on the face of the planet red yellow black and white wherever you are in this country. You have been a part of this great experiment that has worked up to this point. If we stay true to who we were found it to be. We don't try change the definitions if we don't allow people to change the definitions of who we were founded to be We will remain the greatest beacon of of hope in in on the world and in the world and we need to be clear to that. You know when you're talking about the ideas of the founders who were all white men. The ideas were not white. Those are american ideas. I will go even farther. Those ideas don't only belong to america. They belong to god. If if anything is good it is of god and it does not have a color. It does not have a 'nationality truth is truth and the idea that people would get so Pinched and circumscribed by their views. They would say well. Those are white ideas and you think if it's true it's true for you And why would you throw it away. But i mean we have so much anger. That people are Saying that just. Because i don't like that group of people or i don't like this. I'm going to throw away. Their good ideas biden has done it with trump's plan for afghanistan. They do it with a if trump talks about hydroxy chloroquine. They go because he said. I hate it instead of thinking about what is right and what is wrong. And what works People are just animated by a motion. And so when you talk about You know these ideas and it's called A race for freedom your book. You're you're saying that it's about ideas that are make that make us free. It has nothing to do. But you see this going on to sixteen nineteen project. An attempt to redefine everything as truth is not truth as though what thomas jefferson wrote isn't true for every person of every colour. Absolutely right that you're absolutely right eric. That is not a white idea is an idea given to the create creations of the creator according to jefferson. It is a right that that that is set us free and when we talk about sixteen nineteen Project most americans don't even realize the absurdity of Founding this type of argument in sixteen nineteen when america did not become a nation until the constitution and in seventeen eighty nine was actually ratified seventeen. Seventy six declared our independence seventeen eighty-nine the constitution was ratified. America was a country. Eighty six years. After america became a country. It began to live up to those founding documents that we all are created equal. Slavery went away in eighty six years. Not four hundred years not wasn't four hundred years. It was eighty six years after the founding of this nation that we had the the war that has never happened in any country. The country goes to war gainst itself in order to free people. That are in bondage. Those those white soldiers who marched north or march south with their guns in hand they may have never even seen a black slave. They didn't know what this was all about. They just know that liberation was in order here. That's what we are. that's how we have become. The greatest nation on earth is exercising our freedoms well. It's amazing what we're talking about. I mean this country when you think about slavery slavery is not a color issue there have been slaves since since the dawn of humanity there has been evil and sin and humans oppressing humans. So the idea that it's a racial thing is just preposterous. When i wrote my book. Amazing grace about wilberforce and the campaign to end the slave trade the british empire. It was so obvious when you look into it that they were black africans selling and enslaving other black africans. It had nothing to do with color. So it's really a bizarre racial to the point of racist retelling of american history. Sixty nineteen project is just it. It's a it's a wicked fiction but the left and the media who seemed to be going out of their way in in terms of their ignorance to not simply not look at facts. They keep promoting this ridiculous idea. We've just got a a a minute left a and if you want to respond to that absolutely i will. It is Again time for all of us to stand up and push back above all..

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"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:52 min | 9 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"He's the host of the seal bryant show. Who did you think was going to be. The host of the ceo. Brancheau if not seal bryant. Seal brian you just making an important point about so called. Systemic raises mu said. There's nothing in america that the color of your skin will prevent you from being able to accomplish today. So why do people talk about this thing. Called systemic racism. What are they saying. And how are they getting that wrong again. I i refer back to My my fellow citizens. In america who happened be white by by label In in this country you are allowing the narrative your birthright to be stolen from you you are hoodwinked swindled and bamboozled by a re debt defining of who we have been in american. We're that has brought us to The greatest nation on on all the earth. We has america and we are looking at the fiasco in afghanistan and all that but it was it was in the minds of White european men. That's a fact. Don't run from that and black folks. Don't run from the idea that we contributed heavily even to this present time in the growth of this nation if there is a conspiracy of america being an evil country than black folks. You have been a co-conspirator in doing that even in times when you were told what to do you are now at a point where you have choices all of us do. That's the beauty of america. Anyone would a great idea. It doesn't matter who you father was. Anyone on a great idea in america can make money. That's what black wall street was all about. There were people making money in america today. Twenty twenty one heading for twenty twenty two fast very fast very quickly. there is nothing eric. Metaxas that the color of my skin in this country would stop me from doing. Stop my grandfather. I gotta ask you question here because you sound very optimistic. Do you think That america will ever overcome It's systemic racism enough. Where someday in the future we might. The white people in america might elect a black president. You think that's going to happen. You know erica. I that's something that seems so far fetched doesn't it. It doesn't seem possible because the racist whites will never go for that. You understand that. Not the racist white people who could elect the first black president. I guess that they want it. To those raises. White people could elect the first black president in the future. Eric if in fact they could ever get their act together there in that that racist. I don't recall it. I just don't see it happening. I just think you're being way too optimistic. So we've had a black president and that black president bought into ideas that you are outing as anti-black this is the irony isn't it and other that we're being told these are. These are good ideas. These are bad ideas. These are black ideas. he's well ironically Anybody with cultural marxist view or a leftist view. blm at the top of the list. Their ideas are harmful to blacks. But somehow because of the way the media goes they're able to act as though this is what black people say. This is what they want. Same thing with the women's movement the women's march the day after trump was inaugurated It was the winter. It was not a women's march. It was an anti trump march but but minority groups in this country They sort of allied with the left and saying we speak for black people. We speak for women. You know that al sharpton doesn't speak for your average black but somehow he has been able to get away with with pushing that idea. You see what what we need to understand and realize. Wake up to eric. Is this if antifa or black lives matter. Al sharpton for that matter is right. Then rosa parks met gathers and dr martin luther king even malcolm x. They have to be wrong. You see. there's a stolen valor. That's going on in america today. One of the things that i really despise and hate is when someone says that they served are in our nation's uniform as a soldier and then found out that they were not that stealing the valor of those who wear the uniform and visits what you were seeing in those movements we've just named like liam and and and and even the al sharpton of this world. They are stealing valor from those. Who actually did pay the price. There is some twisted idea that you can relive the civil rights movement. No that room of the pass. That i mentioned in just a moment to go. We like to spend a lot of time in that room of the past all of us. Do we have three rooms that all of us live in. But but that's the one we love to spend time in. Is that room with the past. And there's not a pitcher. There's not a piece of furniture. There's not a moment that you can change in that room of the past. Why do they want to keep us trapped there. Why do they want us. Keep us thinking about that. When you're thinking about that the pain you don't think about that child. That is yours that wife that has borne that child of that woman that has borne that. When you're thinking about how much pain and suffering you've been through giddy you. You feel like you almost deserved to leave them to their own pain and suffering and that's where liberals socialists. Democrats have led the black community but there is an awakening that is going on as we speak. And i thank you that you allow me this opportunity to speak on this platform because it is something that needs to be heard i do believe. And it is a compensation that needs to be had. We are talking to c. l. bryant. The film is runaway slave much else. Don't go away. You heather there folks. I.

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"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:32 min | 9 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Senior fellow of freedom works. I've been involved with them for twelve years. it'll be thirteen actually this year since the tea party movement began. We're actually one of the fathers of the tea party movement and we brought one point five million activists to washington dc. At least they descended to an event that we put on back in two thousand and nine on twitter. Nine eleven and friends. I have to tell you that If you want to get involved motivated And involved in the process of saving our republic go to freedom works dot org freedomworks dot org and of course you can follow me on twitter at rev c. l. bryant. Thank you for that. Eric rev c. l. brian so let's be clear c. l. stands for cleon lewis. I got a big smile on my face when you say qiliang. Because when i was watching the mets as a kid one of their one of their home run hitters was cleon jones and i have not heard that name in a while so your name is leeann. Lewis go by c. l. brian. I want to ask you about the film runaway slave to talk about that and where people can watch it. This is important. It is because it is a film. That was way back before its time. Everyone is in it from Dr thomas soul glenn beck herman cain allen west Star parker elvia king. Everyone's in this film. And even al sharpton and jesse jackson or you can go to away luigi. Watch it any way. You're telling me absolutely watching and how you can get it off amazon and runaway slave. We'll tell me ten. Ten years ago won a lot of awards. Tell folks about it. Because i know a lot of people won't have seen it So we want to make that possible for them to check it out so they get to know you to absolutely. It's a movie that directs the way for black people to recognize the type of tyranny that has been surrounding them for the last sixty eight years. He'll forgive me. I thought we were in a longer segment folks. Let's put a pin in it. We'll be right back with c. L. bryant talking about his film runaway slave love burning. Hey folks are you concerned about memory loss for you or a loved one. Viva lords founder prayed. That god would show the solution to memory loss because her mother had dementia after.

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"bryant" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

04:26 min | 11 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"You mentioned empowerment. She is guest editing. Something called racket magazine. She's writing the cover essay time magazine. I saw that you weren't liking. The idea of this is the highest paid woman in sports and somebody was suggesting see. They don't need sports journalism anymore. The most powerful people don't need sports journalism. And you didn't like that so much now. What i didn't like was store. I didn't like the ideas. Is there room for you know for a traditional sports journalists there is there is plenty of room for it. There's plenty the thing that always gets me about. This is that. I think we go out of our way to try to find the apocalyptic moment and actually when you really take a step back and you look there's plenty of things to say there are plenty of people that want to hear. There's all kinds of opportunities to say things is there. Are we at a critical point in terms of control. One hundred percent we are. I was watching the The tina turner documentary The recent one. That came out and i was looking at that and i was doing. This is in the complete control of tina garner. It's like when you you have to really dig it in read so many other sources to find out what it's like the death of truth machiko. Kettani book the death of of having some form of commonality because the people who are telling the story these guys are in a position right now. Were they won a they wanna ask the questions and give you the answers there. Will they wanna cut out the middleman whether you whether it's the last dance whether you see with every athlete having their own production company whether it's now asaka doing her thing and this is one of the things that we have to navigate and it's no different. What they're doing is no different than what rob manfred is doing. Rob manfred is commissioner baseball. Busy answer questions. No does roger goodell answer questions. No barack obama answer questions no and he had promised to be..

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"bryant" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

05:27 min | 11 months ago

"bryant" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Dan batard. Welcome again to south beach sessions. We have been using this platform to introduce you to some of the new people who will be helping us make metal arc media the voice over the next couple of years that we hope will echo. We have a among us today. Probably the finest journalist we have around here certainly in the conversation. Look it makes him bashful but howard. You've been doing a lot of good work across many many years and you've been doing a lot of work in sports. That isn't just about sports. So we are thrilled to have you. Obviously and i just wanted to introduce the audience to you a little bit by graphically so thank you for being with us but let's start there when and how did you decide that you were going to try and make a go of it a hard way as an artist as a writer that is not an easy way to make a living no non especially back when you get into the business they the first of may tell you jay school was if you think you're going to make any money in this business. Think again go down to speak men holland goal Go into the business though. Go into the mba program. So now i mean to me. I think that I always felt like. I had it easy and when i say easy i simply mean that when you talk to college student you the to. I talked to my own child. Now it's life is to to prompt thing. Right will what he wanted to do. In how do you get there and for me. I always knew what i wanted to do. I always knew. I wanted to be a report i knew i wanted to write. That part wasn't the hard part. The hard part was okay. Now that you know this is what you wanna do. How do you get there and so to me. I just i kind of look at it as it was process of elimination. What else did i like to do. What else did i want to do. There really was anything else. So i had to make a go of it them and i'm glad that it that it's worked out the way that it has but it certainly has been a circuitous route. What were the challenges early on. Well i think that the first thing you know growing up in in boston and then going to school in philadelphia temple university the the first challenge obviously was trying to figure out where you fit right. I mean i think that's one of the biggest things that we also have go through. I didn't even have any intention of going into sports. I wanted to go into politics. All i wanted to. I was like a total news. Junkie isleta meet the press. This week with david brinkley. Cbs in the morning. You know all of those face. The nation all of those different programs and and i was completely influenced by the op..

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"bryant" Discussed on New Equals Reason

New Equals Reason

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"bryant" Discussed on New Equals Reason

"Player Past about ninety eight and they not say great things about but kobe did what few can do in life. he copied a man's talent to a t. And it works. You have to understand it worked part when you copy somebody and you're not that person it doesn't tend to work the same way. What koby deed was. He copied a man's game to the tea. And if you're around my age you can remember koby plan. Kobe didn't always play like jordan. When kobe won his slam dunk contest. Coby played as kobe would play his style. on the i think it's up in smoke smoker. All the smoke is a stephen jackson. An matt barnes. Podcast great podcast. It's actually the last interview before the late. great kobe. bryant passed away which we all know the helicopter crash him his daughter and other people on board. I'll rest in peace. I watched it. I'm not a. I loved kobe's game kobe's great but i'm a celtics fan. You know me talking about lebron and kobe as a celtics fan in modern day where i knew and understood what was going on is not something that comes natural to be on a positive note from me. I'm gonna dedicated. Boston celtics fan. Paul peirce is my main. I would argue. Caputo peres has gave given kobe. Lebron all they could ask for and he doesn't get mentioned nearly anywhere close in this conversation. These are facts you can go back and watch highlights old youtube. I have to say that it's so that the listeners know i'm celtics fan. I'm recording this from my celtics man room. So when i say these things that come in from pure basketball eyesight. I taste what kobe bryant was able to do. You would never see again. Not just on jordan but any other player the fact that you can put so much focus and drive and determination in something. That is what i was saying in part one. That lebron to me doesn't have own the jordan level. But when you look at what coby was able to do. Kobe had it on a jordan level. He might ahead it more. He might have had it more than jordan because he was able to take his bill. And they if i can duplicate that exact thing that i've watched him do. I can be labeled just as good if not better. The man shaved his hey changed his number. He was all in. Think about that. When you go. I'm going to copy what this person has done. And i'm not gonna hide it. I'm gonna let you know. He changed the way he talked. He changed the way he walked. You have to understand what that man pulled off if you think about something as simple as cutting your hey..

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"bryant" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Over the last twenty four hours his former teammate. Shaquille O'Neal tweeted. There's no words to express the pain I'm going through with this tragedy of losing my niece. GD and my brother. Kobe Bryant I love you and you will be missed. My condolences go out to the Bryant family right now and the families the other passengers on board. I'm sick right now. Magic had a lot to say on Koby be one of the things he tweeted was. He gave his knowledge time and talent to tutor so many at the youth level collegiate level an MBA and WNBA players. Words can't express US impact that he had on game of basketball. I know basketball fans all over the world will miss and especially the city of Los Angeles. We'd love you forever. Number Eight number twenty four and Michael Jordan released the statement he said. I am in shock over the tragic news of Kobe. Jonah's passing words. Can't describe the pain. I'm feeling I loved Kobe. He was like a little brother to me. We used to talk often and I will miss those conversations member stations very much. He was a fierce competitor. One of the greats of the game and a creative force. Kobe was also an amazing dad. Who loved the deeply and so great pride in his daughter's love of the game of Basketball Ali vet joins me in sending my deepest condolences? Vanessa the Lakers organization and basketball fans around the world. There was I mean it really. The whole world is something to say about we. We have some sound from the grammys. Last night they did a very nice tribute to Alicia keys. Talks about being in the House that Kobe built. They were as we live in Los Angeles. Those were in Miami now obviously but I can't even imagine what people in Los Angeles are going through and if you saw the scene at staples last night with all the fans. You're bringing flowers hours and they had a tribute outside of a stable sue him. I mean obviously Kobe allots who fans people all over the world but the city of Los Angeles is is hurting extremely deeply right now I have you know I mean our hearts with them. Obviously we both lived there. Mount Music and sports connect with us. I mean when when you listen to music it often is during sad times and it takes you to a different plays. Sports does the same thing. There are so many markers and moments that Kobe. I mean there are. People that have been Lakers season ticket. Holders they raise their kids through Kobe. They took their sons and daughters to watch koby and their relationship built through Kobe. So you don't have to explain a lot of people yesterday and social media or I can't explain how I feel. You don't have to know because we all are all feeling the exact same thing actively together we're experiencing and trying to find a way to express how we feel because even if you had never met Kobe and you've never even seen gene. Kobe play experience as a as a basketball fan. Or even if you got to know him after basketball it's just certain people throughout history have the ability ability to affect millions of people without ever meeting them. They're just giving that gift of inspiration have that it factor. Whatever it is that you want to call it that allows them to transcend generations and political lines? Where you're from or your gender or anything and just affect you on a deeper level so everything? Everyone's going through. We're all going to the same thing we're experiencing get together and Kobe was a great a risk taker he. I remember the L. A. Times he came out off-season anymore. This white outfit remember the hats. Yes and people but what is this. That was Kobe style. That was Kobe. Saying you're going to look at this and you're not gonNa see me in this. I always appreciate that about Kobe. When public public figures pointed out there and Kobe? Did you know he just. He's he's all timer he's he is the reflection and and the reaction at the grammys last night. Kobe transcends sports yes. Isn't that gone. So the chiefs are obviously happy with their choice of Patrick mahomes and the two thousand seventeen draft. You were just talking.

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"bryant" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Over the last twenty four hours his former teammate. Shaquille O'Neal tweeted. There's no words to express the pain I'm going through with this tragedy of losing my niece. GD and my brother. Kobe Bryant I love you and you will be missed. My condolences go out to the Bryant family right now and the families the other passengers on board. I'm sick right now. Magic had a lot to say on Koby be one of the things he tweeted was. He gave his knowledge time and talent to tutor so many at the youth level collegiate level an MBA and WNBA players. Words can't express US impact that he had on game of basketball. I know basketball fans all over the world will miss and especially the city of Los Angeles. We'd love you forever. Number Eight number twenty four and Michael Jordan released the statement he said. I am in shock over the tragic news of Kobe. Jonah's passing words. Can't describe the pain. I'm feeling I loved Kobe. He was like a little brother to me. We used to talk often and I will miss those conversations member stations very much. He was a fierce competitor. One of the greats of the game and a creative force. Kobe was also an amazing dad. Who loved the deeply and so great pride in his daughter's love of the game of Basketball Ali vet joins me in sending my deepest condolences? Vanessa the Lakers organization and basketball fans around the world. There was I mean it really. The whole world is something to say about we. We have some sound from the grammys. Last night. They didn't very nice tribute to Alicia keys talks about being in the house that Kobe built. They were as we live in Los Angeles. Those were in Miami now obviously but I can't even imagine what people in Los Angeles are going through and if you saw the scene at staples last night with all the fans. You're bringing flowers hours and they had a tribute outside of a stable sue him. I mean obviously Kobe allots who fans people all over the world but the city of Los Angeles is is hurting extremely deeply right now I have you know I mean our hearts with them. Obviously we both lived there. Mount Music and sports connect with us. I mean when when you listen to music it often is during sad times and it takes you to a different plays. Sports does the same thing. There are so many markers and moments that Kobe. I mean there are. People that have been Lakers season ticket. Holders they raise their kids through Kobe. They took their sons and daughters to watch koby and their relationship built through Kobe. So you don't have to explain a lot of people yesterday and social media or I can't explain how I feel. You don't have to know because we all are all feeling the exact same thing actively together we're experiencing and trying to find a way to express how we feel because even if you had never met Kobe and you've never even seen gene. Kobe play experience as a as a basketball fan. Or even if you got to know him after basketball it's just certain people throughout history have the ability ability to affect millions of people without ever meeting them. They're just giving that gift of inspiration have that it factor. Whatever it is that you want to call it that allows them to transcend generations and political lines? Where you're from or your gender or anything and just affect you on a deeper level so everything? Everyone's going through. We're all going to the same thing we're experiencing get together and Kobe was a great a risk taker he. I remember the L. A. Times he came out off-season anymore. This white outfit remember the hats. Yes and people but what is this. That was Kobe style. That was Kobe. Saying you're going to look at this and you're not gonna see me in this. I always appreciate that about Kobe. When public public figures pointed out there and Kobe? Did you know he just. He's he's all timer he's he is the reflection and and the reaction at the grammys last night. Kobe transcends sports yes gone so the chiefs are obviously happy with their choice of Patrick mahomes and the two thousand seventeen draft. You were just talking.

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"bryant" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"bryant" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Aztecs back a question mark and they say Kobe died. And I'm thinking it can't be Kobe Brian. I know of no other Kobe but it can't be Colby Bryant right and then I'd take Kobe Bryant Question Mark and they say you know the helicopter not and and I mean I almost cried myself. I mean I was distraught and I couldn't believe it yeah. It was like a punch to the GUT A- and and even to this moment when I really think of the final that Kobe is not coming back I feel that same. I'm feeling in my gut and so then you know you start texting. People people around the League related to the League and everybody has the same same reaction. They're devastated. They can't believe it. Is it true and let me throw this. Chris if I may we were talking about this earlier is that as many great players as the NBA has had and I. I'm old enough that I remember watching the Lakers. Seventy two with Gail Goodrich Jerry. West and Wilsonville Sharman coached team. That's aging myself millennials. I'm kind of old There's been about seven to eight players. Who have really craft after the image of the League? I think Dr J. Lo'd out. I think it's a very short list. I think it's magic and bird. I I think it's Michael. I think it's shack. Koby Lebron and Steph because of the three point shot. I have a very small list of people that when I think of the NBA and it style and its coolness and it's related to young people Kobe's like one of eight to me. Am I shor your doctor. Jay Is the first person that made basketball to me. I would go out and mimic him. In the made it cool. He was the first guy. There was a guy before him named Spencer Haywood. I'm going way too far back. That had some of the same qualities but I think Kobe's in that class. No I agree because to this generation and he is there Michael. Yes now whether you not you think Lebron better whatever Kobe's the guy they look at because as we said the grace the beauty of his game and we can't. We can't belittle this. He won five rings like we. That's one reason we say Jordan's the Goethe's he won six. We may who knows when the next time. We'll see a guy five rings SEF Scott. Three Lebron is arguably I believe the greatest we've ever seen he's got three in sixteen full seasons durant has to. I don't know when we'll see a guy be the best player or the second best player on his team and win five championships so Kobe is associated with grace with toughness with killer killer instinct and with Winnie. You can't get a better combination in that and I'll say this Colin and I won't criticize the NBA. If they don't do it I think think they'll handle it the right way in my opinion the NBA should retire. Kobe's number eight and number twenty four across the league totally totally agree. They've never here's the reason. None of their icons. None of their superstars has ever passed away in the prime of his life Moses Malone and Wilt Chamberlain I believe are the only MVP winners who aren't still alive. And they were in their sixties when they pass away which which most would look at as they okay lived a full life for the most part. This is the first icon in the NBA. That was cut short so early. And I think it's appropriate for them to honor him by retiring his Jersey throughout the league and an immediate induction into the hall of fame the NHL. If I recall did that for Gretzky ski there several steps there were like. What's the point of waiting for the right bag media induction into the hall of fame for Kobe and retired? The number and I know this is a time when we're all very emotional national and there's a lot of suggestions boasts feel right and baseline right to me. Chris I appreciate this tough day for you. We're really glad glad you're here. Thank you very spruce. Art.

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"bryant" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"bryant" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"In the middle of the street. And it's challenging as it can be you find a way to get around it and you got to move forward in in thinking about what you learn from. What's going on? Of course we're waking up thinking about everything that happened yesterday. We had the grammys last night. which almost didn't seem real? Because we're we're all thinking about what happened in California Calabasas with Kobe Bryant and his daughter and all the people who lost their lives on that helicopter. And we're GONNA talk about all of them today not just Koby but anyway so everyone's sort of in a fog in days in a little shock because of as Gandhi said the immediacy of it the finality of something that happened in the a flash of a second right. Yep and it's one of those things that you just think of all the things you could have done differently and I think all of us have been in that situation where somebody walks out the door and they just don't come home and we really take advantage of what a blessing it is for someone to leave and come back. I know Daniel you wrote something really beautiful on social media last night and see the thing is I know where you're coming from. You Just Lost Your Dad. You're raising a family in so dead family. The Kobe Bryant story involves all of that and more. Yeah it was very very tough because of that the just the fact that somebody had tweeted out yesterday that these people had plans for tomorrow. You know what I mean. They sat down. They had breakfast this morning. And they're like all right seen in a couple of hours and you don't see them in a couple of hours and having to deal with my little guy who who had a million questions and trying to give him answers. Does that put his mind to rest. When you don't even have your mind at rest remains so okay so we go through what we're thinking and what we're feeling we're talking to our friends about it eventually? We have to turn it to the point of what are we. What are we learning from all this and we'll figure that out? Let's let's let's kind of go down. That wrote today. Let's have a good day. Yeah that's what we have to do. We have to give you a great day in welcome to the show. Our first caller today is Kelly in beautiful demoines Iowa. How you doing out there Kaley? What's going on? I'm with you driving early. Were you going so early. It's way too early driving. Where are you going? I told myself start working out or at least intentional movement every day in the new year at some of our classes. We're work in a bar class. Yes yes yes..

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"bryant" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

20 Minute Morning Show

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"bryant" Discussed on 20 Minute Morning Show

"Murphy on the twenty minute morning show for this Monday January twenty seventh. Everybody's still reeling from the death of Kobe. Bryant Kobe Bryant is dead at the age of forty one he he died in a helicopter crash. Flying over Calabasas California on his way to the basketball clinic that he and his daughter were running in. His daughter was a prolific athlete. She was in the plane as well. Gee Gee as she's known by and eight others were on the plane who perished and everybody cannot believe that Kobe Bryant is gone. I wrote this on my facebook page. I wanted to just say this briefly. Because how's the crew. We're going to get together and do an analysis on the life of Kobe Bryant. Later on in the twenty minute morning show For today once once we record but I said this Kobe Bryant is gone. His daughter is gone. His wife and remaining daughters are left left alone in this world. Brothers and sisters. I am a man who has lost. All of his family members like so many. I grieve often in the privacy of myself. The loss of life is heart-wrenching. The only thing we can do is to give each other the love that we deserve from one. Another that Kobe's death breath be a call for us to run into the arms of one another and serve each of 'em be humble and drop are false egos us before our time comes. We must learn from death. Death feeds life. If you understand have the courage to love. Even if people don't love you back this is the love Christ is trying to get us to challenge. People are fake love. Let's be real. He'll put another facebook post on. I wanted to read it to you as I was lying in embiid just looking scrolling through my phone I said as we born Kobe. Bryant's death. Let's remember that tomorrow's never promised to us. Yes we must spend our lives in the way of God and express our gift to the world like. Kobe did with his talent. All of us have a rendezvous with death less reflect on his death as a call to action for our own lives and then I put Hashtag time time and how we use it and the time and how we use it as exceedingly important because we do not know the day or time that the give of life will call it back and just like that. Kobe Bryant is gone just like that and the twinkling of an eye just like that. I wrote another post I want to share with you. I said life is short. Every moment you are alive is a sacred moment. Spend your time loving your moment. And God's universe and inspire others to bring the God inside of them out for the world to see Kobe. Bryant expressed his God hood in his life as a world class athlete. What will you give to the world tomorrow? Fill your life with truth and love for God has created for what God has created out of his mind. That's all of us when God takes good people away from us. He's doing something for the human to ponder and I put in quotes your lives are not your lives. They belong to me and I call interview back and the twinking in the twinkling of an eye to where it all began. This has got talking and then I said so again. Love is the best protection against the fear of death for love. Cast it out all fear. Don't be afraid to love. Love show show unimaginable. Love to your spouse your children in everybody that you come into contact with for you do not know when you're rendezvous would death will occur but when it does you can take the sting of death like a soldier and the army army of the Lord and that's what it's all about. It's about showing love to your fellow brothers and sisters every day Kobe. He is not here anymore but we are here and one day. You won't be here and yes I mean you know so shocking. When we got home yesterday afternoon my son was scrolling through his phone and he just just screamed out? No no no you know what's wrong. He said. Does it. Go on your phone going your phone and I want my facebook page and I post I saw was about the death breath of Kobe. Bryant so death is inevitable. I don't want to sound more on the podcast but we have to talk about it. But we're going to get more into it later with the group when we discuss The life and the death of Kobe Bryant one of the greatest it is athletes ever to walk the earth with the greatest work ethic of any athlete. There's been documented. I mean it's just his. His life is just incredible. You know a working out at three. Am Four am to get better and more proficient and put more distance distance between you and your contemporaries is just an outstanding work ethic that we should all follow Kobe. Bryant rest in peace brother. We're going to follow up on this podcast at just wanted to get something out to let you know that You know we own the Cason. Jason we want to express but God has put us of the life of Kobe Bryant and share some information. Not so see you on the next episode of the Twenty Minute Morning Show. We're GONNA get in-depth and talk about Kobe Bryant..

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"bryant" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

12:37 min | 2 years ago

"bryant" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Lakers magic sauce you grew the magic sauce and you got drafted to Charlotte. And what was your first reaction to her and saw that Dan you hear the Leykis purpose it well. I knew it was going on there. There was a trade in works right and so when I got drafted good representation he knows and so I get you know get drafted into the phone with the GM of the team that drafted and also get on the phone with the Charlotte. Gm He's just tells me what's going on by my media front and he goes well. It's a good thing trae and you can use you anyway mother. Okay Okay and so that's what happened on draft night so I was already. I was already triggered AMMO. I was triggered. I was reading Jim like fuck the media trying to try yeah yeah. What'd you telling me to tell okay all right. Okay you go on to a team. That's they are raised screaming like with so much talent on this team. They should be a championship team. You go onto team straight out of high school. You know I goyo over to go straight out of high school and its press. You've got eighty Jones Nick van next shock. You got all these guys this in front of you and you come come out with the total confidence of opposed to play on this level well. Here's the thing is probably good for me to play against those top players zero all stars stars playing against them every day in practice iron sharpens iron yeah the flip side of that is going to a team in which I play immediately right and all these stuff the individual stuff that people talk about the end of the career the numbers and all that stuff would be much better and he's probably be hiring also but going to the Lakers complain behind Eddie Jones and Nick Benzel taught me a lot. Barscott was were watching kind of starting to figure things out a little bit made practice very very competitive and I had to do a lot had to try to perfect damn floor because if I made a mistake coach Zhang meow Zo understanding what that feels feels like every day in practice has got to be a war because I gotta prove that I deserve the play. I deserve to be here every play matters and so. They're raised me that we was because I was taught like that too like if you WanNa play you WanNa play during Game Day. You show it in practice. Yeah man listen our vets will come to practice. They wouldn't want practice real back to back up. Whatever immune deficiency say not off problem all the scrimmage right now in all this ball to talking and we withdraw crazy but you know we were just young and you know wanted to prove ourselves and you were in the way when you decided to go out of high school. Did you think about college like was college that she was going to go to and yeah it was it was tough for me because I went through a whole oh process of of thinking it through trying to think through as clearly as could right and like you know my two top schools were Duke in North Carolina home and then trying to figure out why in coach K. Reputation for letting us play at the time Grant Hill was the player that was there and you know he was the spread the floor rant screen roles and he's kind of ahead of its time yeah US running the game with Duke with a spread offense and saying do you want to do the same with me and then on the flip side of that Carolina and and Dean Smith didn't do they the opposite he had a system yet structure but his players came off fundamentally sound and ready for basketball those those were the two teams and Dean Smith. Stop recruiting He sent me a letter and said listen everybody. I talk to seem to think you're GONNA go pro. Don't WanNa waste your time. You know best of luck if you if you change your mind just know this could be a home for you. They told you going to be a lottery. Pick wasn't really sure because I always always like the guard. The come out of high school hadn't been you know what I mean. It was like guards can can't do that. Sort of thanks of an air is up in the air by by the difference of when you came in straight out of high school you went into a League annual team. Grown men got kids families and all of that as opposed to now now. You know these guys come in nineteen. Whatever they got plenty of guys an age group everybody around the same talk about how different how different how difficult that was for you come near literally at eighteen and a real grown man. I everybody say when you get to the NBA unit grow mentally but right now. It's more of a a young man's league like when you came true grown man yeah well now. It's like college just a young go to class Brian. Level back then it was true Roman. Oh man and I think it was positives and negatives to that. The negatives relate to any of them right there things that they could do a team that I couldn't do. you go out to a to a certain club as a team. Go to a bar a team. I can't go legally can't go like us it. It was it was hard and I think that actually I had nothing to do. So what am I going to do. I'm going to play basketball basketball so I think that's we're not I think about it some the my behavior originated from and so I got into that habit so even when I became legal. I still wasn't going to hanging out team because I was so condition. Listen to focus on one thing and one thing so speaking on that. I've talked to my boys and everybody's about this. I I played in. La For four years I've never seen can you anywhere other than the state. I don't know how do how it had by so much. He will proceed like nine. I love how you the Black Bruce Wayne. He takes helicopter well. I I was obsessive Bro. I was really obsessive about this game to me. Everything was competitive advantage as well. I didn't want to be around guys. You know see see meow no one. I'm not working. I don't want that you know and I was really really about that life. I was always going at it and then to know what I'm doing. Now I had to prepare for early. Twenty s started thinking about Oh. I got to think about what comes at the end a writing. I know it was GONNA be films and novels and all that sort of stuff but I knew it was going to be something something around writing so I had to practice that when I was in playing basketball spending time with my wife Family I was writing. I didn't have time to be going out and doing stuff not to say I. I didn't do it but right at one one point US right reps too I was. I was actually helped me a lot because it helped me with assemblies metaphors. I you know with the creative writing aspect of it and being able to say things in a condensed format. How can you say a lot in in one bar one boy how can you minimize the Ark of which trying to tell helped me a lot and gives them by going through this story which you and like the rhythm of of the words by just like us like all the rest of the east coast do they all have fairly sign aw Philadelphia's you know certainly Neo ragging Philadelphia. We believe are better than anybody from anywhere right so it's a little bit of that too but like at the time. I didn't understand what it was that I was learning but in looking back it certainly because podcast show for example like the Pune. He's he's right. When you listen to the show there's a lot of harmony and rhythm even in the back and forth dialogue between characters. There's a certain rhythm that you that the ear has to be in tumor and that just comes from the music. So what made you start. The journeys talk about that the podcast a lot of your stuff in the content. I liked the fact that is geared toward the kids in trying to help him learn and just getting them especially with the books man 'cause my my fifteen euro he he's he's a big reader in like he wanted the wisdom. Dr Books this man. He wants a new book so like for him. It's something like oh he's for real like a kid has high you know reading IQ in high reading level and he he's originally from La so Kobe's you already know like Yo. I gotta get the book and then now you heard about this book so his dope to see how you you inspiring kids and that man of like that they want to go get the book. It's like you know every course shoes come out with a Ball Jersey but like the book is a whole different different lane inspiring kids. What made you go that the rich the kids are future console like how can I take information that I've learned my twenty years of playing and before that in still at down to teach kids at an early age teaching these things and nine ten years old how to deal with pressure how to do things I sorta thanks thanks. How can I distill these messages down at an early age that these kids grow up with the Lego and the pianist was something that was just finally. I don't see any shows for children anymore. That are fun. So have you showed. Oh that's for kids. Involves animals enough of the dam had them in here about a damn talking chicken anymore. I'm done give me real kids kids dealing with real issues playing sports which is the greatest metaphor we have life learning from each other parents out of the get. The overbearing coaches out of there. Let the kids just hang out and trash talk each other and learn learn that confidence and you had a bunch of teammates all star team as hall of fame teammate. What teammate that you took took something from that stuck with you for your career. A couple things one was more tactical in nature which was Eddie Jones and he taught me how to chase guards around screens off the ball so I kept getting hit screens on the gloves kind of shadow. He was excited. He was great. He trailed behind you trail behind outside shoulder get around to pick. He body up to his slide right through that. Oh Yeah taught me that that helped me out a lot and I use that forever Gary Payton as well taught me how to get through screens on on the ball those things yeah because like you know getting hit with ball screens is like the worst feeling for guard when Your Garden Wall and so he taught me how to move up into to the ball handler make yourself thin and then slide through screen those the two things that I take the you think like our era was so competitive that we weren't given no secrets. Chris out like this era is like you know. Also we always we never got a chance to sit out have conversation conversation. We joke that we were so competitive but it always was the respect factor that I grew up in an era where you just play a level basketball higher than yours and that's how you work going again. I never was taught how to come from the hood. I never was taught how to go on. Jimmy put the work in on you. GotTa put Your Weight Room Work into like I got to the League again. I want to go into the room playing eighty two games on my body's breaking sure on down the Ho Ho like what you what was the I had some really good mentors information was in Goslin share information generally but if you ask they just may especially if they know you're cut from the same cloth. GP GP me he went on and on on and he loves and we were playing may face them in the playoffs right but he was still sharing information because of the respect factor of furthering game. It's always there. You might win share information with nobody you know but he did with me because knows. I'm about their life and so when I had those mentors giving me guidance you you know Jerry West is agreements will remind list goes on and on and on man I agree guidance. You just saw this. I looked at what they could do and I was like I can do it too. That's the worst thing will work harder than they did and see why. I've got drafted right. We always dard one the first one I once alone Mike. I'm like do the biggest comparison I give people. When I I had to start checking I remember movie love and basketball right and she's like like Gardner. Grill this out like that's a lie. I had that feeling with like two. Maybe three different people the first time I got it called transition. You know you get caught and j running down your back. You transfer being.

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