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Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"charles matthews" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"Like for albek, they had me come to a photo shoot and then they wanted me to take some of my teammates, I ended up taking my managers out to a dinner and paying for it with the money that they gave me. And stuff like that, like posting on Instagram post and certain stuff that they send me. And they'll give me, I like it when they give you the capture because it makes it so much easier, but sometimes they'll make you like bring it or I know I had eggs during the NCA tournament. They had me make a video and send it to them and then send it back. But I mean, it can get really, really, I guess, daisy 'cause I mean, I know for me, I try to do my best with school and basketball and, you know, like coach painter says you got that list of priorities that you have. And it's easy, like, you know, I can speak from it's easy to have that shift when you don't want it to. Things can overlap and, you know, unless you're really good and you got a good feel for it, you can definitely priorities can definitely get flip flops and you can definitely worry about the wrong things real fast and that happened to me last year. I was fortunate enough to, you know, be able to get it back in order in time, but I know for some kids it can definitely affect them and definitely mess them up when they don't want it to. Is your T-shirt and IL? Like could I go buy that T-shirt? I don't know website. The player's truck. Of course. All right, players. That's Charles Matthews website, right? Yeah, yep. Yeah. Cool. Hey, hey, Jeff. One of the things, you know, I think that we can do to make this thing better is I feel like in coach alluded to some of these things early. We've got to figure out a way with all these things that are going on for it to stop making a mockery of education because this is still college. And for most of these guys, if not all of the education is what's going to level the playing field. These NIL deals, although some are big, this is not life-changing money that we're talking about. But these are the decisions that we're talking about. You know, you look at you look at, you know, kids that like our guy. I just use them for an example because that's what I know. You know, our guy had a chance to be the all time leading scorer at a school and his number to get retired. I mean, that's a life-changing decision to put your name in the port and I'm not saying he's not going to get money that's going to change his life because it's rumored that he is. But not everybody's going to get that. And you know, coach talked about being able to do a certain amount of these things after X, Y, and Z semester. I think is a great idea because you also have guys that are transferring that are not very good students or they only take an online classes and all of a sudden they're transferring because they have a certain GPA or even when we used to recruit a junior college player..
Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"charles matthews" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Two teams when they play kind of, you know, like I think about those Michigan State games when you saw Charles Matthews and Nick Bohr, you know those guys getting in each other's faces and nothing dirty. Nothing crossing the line, but just intense physical basketball. So that's what I'm there's gonna be a lot of players back from from both these teams from last season, so yeah, I'm hoping I know they've got a few more trippers and things like that. But I'm hoping we get their defense of player of the year victim. Defensive player of the year he transferred. Yeah, he'll Maryland 734. I'm sorry, Dennis. Go ahead before I never seen a coach of my life, You know, go out. Do what? You want Our fire that and I don't think you'll ever see it again from Juwan Howard. But I stay that and the year before he was running out of the court, But you can stay and I thought he was gonna attack. The referee Didn't that was No, he did that It was strategic. I don't think it was a strategic against Maryland unless they actually through one of those banner things, Adam, and then you know, that's what it seemed to me that it seemed to me. That's you're like Wow, What kind of torsion said to ignite Juwan Howard? You know, after a blitz of banners here, then matter just have to stay in your box. Or, you know, I don't like that. That's the thing that fits. So that's the thing that fits into me. I think he didn't say that. You know what? So I hope the maze rage get some some banners, full banners going to put two Shin's name on everything else. But that big 10 banner when Illinois comes in having I think plea. Illinois is there for the opening, and that's when the banner goes up. I would just get us a way to thank you. Why don't we just save the banner? Raising ceremony for that Maryland game So we can just say, Hey, we know one banner that's not coming down in its room. Right there, my friend or Maryland, either one. I like both of them. I mean, come come with 100 Bandit Just have 100 grand for the Maryland The Terps they go 734 1918 50. Let's go Toe five oclock did Mike what up, Mike? How you doing? Hey, I'm going on a Caribbean cruise. Thank some young boys, So I'm gonna take Philly. Hadley and JJ's out. Never to, Uh what? My boat. What do you think, man? That is a squad right there. Good luck. Go look with you. Because that you know they go. Come break back at you Freaking picking girls? Well, In their face. They're gonna like it, man. Because the shrimp in butter and a good thing, right? This is everything. I think you know. Five o'clock I like I like you know what? Know what? I like, five o'clock and it's right. Up your alley when it comes to shrimp. What's that? What's that? Like downtown Indianapolis ST Elmo's has got the shrimp cocktail sauce that is made with like 5000 strong horse radish like you eat that I ate some last week. It was so strong. I had to hold my nose and I thought I was gonna pass out. But it's so good. My dentist ST Elmo's is, you know, one of the strong points and downtown Indianapolis. Yeah, I've been there and done that. And A thanks for bringing that up, man. But you know, we didn't have was not our boys from Michigan. You know? Why didn't we let him go? Who we talking about, Mike. What do you pay? Right? Oh, pretty quickly quickly got to go. It was time he got drafted Mike. Trust me. Come on with these When your first round draft pick that time to wave Bye bye to your one of your favorite sons over here. We should have kept him at home, man. I think it is well off. Yeah. Were selfishly we always want to keep all these great college athletes. But inevitably, no matter what we know that their time ends here in Ann Arbor in its University of Michigan, so you hope that they can all ended as successfully as quickly pay and that you're able to move on and be able to play your sport at the professional level. So It's tough to say goodbye to not only quitting toe all of these student athletes, but inevitably, you've got to at some point. And like I said, Man, you can only hope to go out as well. Is that yeah, to your 0.0.5 o'clock. You know, Jamie thinks that in the end, and he's gonna be trashed this year, so you know, maybe the Lyons says we're gonna be trashed. I didn't say they were gonna be trashed. I just said Carson wins. It's not a good quarterback. Now you could. You could supplement that with a good running game and a good defense. Let's say, eight nights where they're trying to do 89. Finding him 19 898. It sounds weird. I'll tell you. I just I feel like I ever twilight. So, Yeah, I hate I've got a question for Matt man. Let's hear it. All right. There's uh you know, we lost. Just leave our land or do we have anybody that's going to come up? And even if all that in any time soon It's It's tough. It's tough to equal. One of, you know, one of the greats and Justin Verlander, but we've got a few guys again. Casey, Miles is the first guy that comes to mind. He was the number one overall picture. We saw him pitch a great game with the last night last night. Yep, so I am pitched a great game here last night, So he's the guy that you look at out of all of them. And there's there's a few again. Boyd's been looking pretty good. Spencer Turnbull again. I think he looked really good today to me. I thought he had an outstanding outing. But but my XYZ, really the guy where he seems like he can do it all. He's got that high fastball at 96 97 ondas looking like he has the potential to be a bonified. Eight top, You know, not only top of the rotation guy, but you know, top of the division top of the A l kind of pictures, So he's the one that I would say if you have to pick any of them. He's the one to watch. And I'm sure both miss and Dennis both big baseball. Nuts over here would probably agree with me. I would say the next one. That's up. I mean, Terek is, you know, school's looking, You know, he's had ups and downs. I think down the miners, you're looking at Matt Manning being one of the big ones as well to come up. It was almost kind of like, you know, uh, horse race between him and Casey, Miles who's gonna be the one that gets the nod to come up to Detroit in case he's right. He's right on the heels. He's close to coming up and Being being a future, you know, either. Pitcher number one pitcher number two, basically, alongside Casey. My So Mike. There's some guys down in the minors right now that are making waves. Just gotta give a little time. I know that. You know that. It's It's probably gonna be another Bismol year for the Tigers. But given time, man, it will be good. He'll be ready to go and you're gonna have yourself a nice little pitching staff. But Javy that's Ah, He's one of these one in a million. My dude. All right. Here's my $10,000 question. Ali..
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"charles matthews" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Thompson is a region's professor of English at Arizona State University and director of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. She's also a Shakespeare scholar and residents at the Public Theater in New York, Dr Thompson's expertise in Shakespeare and Renaissance literature. Informs her new book, Black Face. She joins us Now we assume Welcome to city lights. Thank you so much, Lois. It's an honor to be here with you. Blackface is part of object lessons from Bloomsbury Presas Syriza about the hidden lives of ordinary thing since they describe it. It's very sad to think that the practice of black face is an ordinary thing. Would you explain the horror that you experienced attending your son's third grade poster presentation? Yes. So sadly, This wasn't that long ago it was in 2012. And my son was attending a private school that build itself was being academically rigorous. And they had to do a year long research project on their hero kind of the person they think made the most difference in the world, and they had to then perform as their hero at the final poster presentation. My son was William Shakespeare influencing surprise influenced by his house. It's old and my little brown son, of course, never considered putting on makeup to be William Shakespeare. And I assumed makeup wasn't part of any of the Ideas or thoughts. But there were three Children in his class and 2012 who were in blackface, and they're heroes were Martin Luther King Jr. Serena Williams and Arthur Ashe. These little eight year olds weren't full black makeup to inhabit and embody their heroes. And while I tried to mask my dismay as I talked to them about their heroes, and it was clear that they were, you know, really full of respect and reverence for these figures. When I approached the principal about why this happened and where their conversations about makeup and what's going on, and it doesn't this veer dangerously close to black face. He didn't understand what I was saying. And he said, What do you mean? What is black face? And I thought, Wait a minute. This'd is our history, our shared American history. It shouldn't be that I need to educate the principle of a private school about American history. But then I realized, right, this is a history that We like to pretend exists only in the past that it's over and done with, and we don't need to think about it anymore. But as I discovered there were so many performances on American television In the 21st century. That employed black face from episodes of Saturday Night Live to Jimmy Kimmel's The Man Show, Sarah Silverman's show, 30 Rock, four Different episodes of 30 Rock. And, of course, Fred Armisen in blackface to be president Barack Obama for five years from 2011 to 2016. So there was so much in the current moment that was showing us black face that I felt like I had to write a book that said, it's not just in the past. It's happening now. We need to understand the long arc of how this came to be, and we need to find a way for us to end it today, collectively Oh, well, that arc is extremely long As you write. I was amazed to learn about the medieval roots of black face and you said some 40 plays during Shakespeare's time involved Black fates. Yes. So medieval. Theater was primarily religious based. So these were biblical stories that they would make come toe life in their local towns in England, and many of the religious plays depict the fall of angels and when they fell, and we're damned, they would appear in blackface, and we think they use different types of racial prosthetics. From oils like Bitterman to, you know, kind of more generally make up things, toe masks, advisers, wigs, gloves, etcetera. So in that religious context, some people have argued well, that's symbolic or metaphoric and not racialized. But it becomes clear by the time that Shakespeare's writing plays that those kind of symbolic blackness is Then transferred into characters who were supposed to be from Africa and Turkey and Asia, etcetera and the calculations by other scholars Matthew Chapman and Jonathan Burton. Individually they guess that there's somewhere between 50 and 75. Characters of color on the Renaissance stage. So you think in their tiring houses, which is like their costume rooms, they not only had a variety of costumes but also a variety of racial prosthetics from fake noses, wigs, bit of men's oils, etcetera. So this is very popular. Yeah, it This scholarship that you have done just makes me want to go back and read more about this. What is black face minstrel see right. So if we think about the medieval and Renaissance stagings that I talked about that's generally called black face, so it's the application of black makeup or prosthetics to appear as another race. Black face, minstrel See is usually separated out as a specific performance, tradition and genre. It started in the 19th century in America. We think around 18 30 that is a performance mode that is comical in nature and is used to deride and make fun of enslaved people and recently freed people. And TV. Rice is often credited as the father of black face minstrel see, because he said that he was watching and enslaved man in a barn and he was kind of hobbled on his legs but was singing a song and sort of dancing, and Rice said that he wanted to imitate that on stage for comical purposes and made up a song and a dance that became kind of the black black face minstrel Sitrick. Mission that started out as like one man shows that were performed in between other performances to becoming full minstrel troupes that would give you Ah, whole performance with different skits on this is where we get like the Mammy character and the dandy character, The Sambo character. All of those came out of this minstrel see performance tradition. Now a lot of scholars of minstrel, see, try and separated out from this earlier performance history that we call black face. What I try and do is say that they're actually part of a continuum and one of the most popular shows in 19th century America was a fellow Which, of course, was performed by white actors in blackface from Shakespeare's time onto this moment in the 19th century, and Rice himself even created ah minstrel performance of a fellow So you see that they really are related in the sense that Black characters on stage in the English speaking world. Were from the beginning. White performances in black makeup, So ah black character was from the beginning of, you know, English performance history. White endeavor. It's disturbing to read about Charles Matthews, who was seeing why Was he destructive? Yeah. Charles Matthews was this very famous English performer, and he created a kind of performance genre of a one man show that was called at home sketches. And really, they showed the kind of versatility of the actor by his rapid switch ing's between different characters with different accents and sometimes quick costume changes. So he was famous for doing like a Parisian urbanite and then a cock Me, you know, street worker and then you know a country Scottish last all in rapid succession, and these were really, really popular in the early 19th century in England. And and he came to the U. S. And 18 23. I believe at the invitation of the theater impresario in New York named Stephen Price, and he came specifically because he thought he could get new material for these at home sketches. But when he got to the U. S, he was quite dismayed by what he referred to as the sameness of walk and talk and dress like he was hoping his virtuosity is displayed by his ability to kind of make these rapid switches between characters. But the Americans, he thought all looked and talked and sounded the same. Until he said he met what? And this is his words from letters that he wrote to his friend's black gentry. And then his new show that debuted in 18 24. So this is six years before the first full fledged minstrel show by TV rice. So 18 24. He debuts this play called a trip to America..
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