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"daniel smiling" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

07:46 min | Last month

"daniel smiling" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Ramona. I'm stealing acing. That's a bit right yeah yeah. It is Wednesday. Does that mean I two weeks ago? Wednesday was booty booty again today. No I think it's more of a bedhead day. You see the picture. I posted a Daniel on this morning. I have not have not opened. This morning. Yeah, he was, he was a see we I. I can't get him to really smile for photos. Like Daniel Smile but of I say Daniel. CAN YOU SNORT? He'll always snort, and then it kind of like you could almost catching them in that about like smile turning into a snort. So then the picture it kind of comes out perfect. Yeah, we've been getting a lot of snorts lately. that we're in the snorting phase so there you have. You know what phase we're also in the Reggie Bush's back face. Oh! Oh. How about that? I never thought I would see it. I mean they were so dug in on that and it was so stupid for so long. Yes, that all of a sudden. It's just over like Oh what what he's back and they posted a video to him this morning. USC Welcome. Home Reggie and it was like regionals highlights. All the wonderful things Reggie Bush does it was like Oh. Forget about those ten years where we shunned you. Really is like I. Just think I was having this conversation with Travis a second ago I. Hate the NC Double A. for a lottery ounce. Mostly, because I just think that they'd take advantage of kids, right baby. They also do this thing where we saw people win championships or raised banners, right winning conference championships. I was just telling Travis. As much as the Reggie thing resonates here of course, I mean think about it. USC At that time was they were the professional team. Yeah, right? They got covered like professional team. I was I was there for that. That was that was like to me. Better than NFL football rugby, the Pete Carroll era, at USC, was the greatest show on turf man. They had amazing weapons that had mazing offense defense superstars when it heisman trophies being the national championship hunt every single year like I was a I, was a columnist at the Daily News at the time and and. I went with them to Ohio state and went to the Rose Bowl. It was that was. It was on George like it was like we were. We were one of the centers of College Football University. It's just it's just different. It's in La too like I'm sure it's a big deal in Tuscaloosa or or Gainesville or whatever, but this La, so when when the when the trojans are rolling, it's a different field reggie Bush. Was the Guy Man? Yeah, he was look I would say. He's one of the top five single greatest college football players. I've ever seen play in college football like as far as just. His skill level at the time. Just `electricity. He brought to the feel like there are certain guys right now. He's one of them for what better or worse, I know people. I don't think people think he's polarizing anymore. But Tim Tebow was one of those guys. Vince young was another Vince Young look, Charles. Woodson was another guy I and read to me. Those are the five guys that I look at in that generation of the nineties and two thousands where I was watching college football ongoing like those five guys are just way different than the other guys. And he was one of them. He was one of those guys that anytime he was watching. You had to watch on television I, I remember watching the Fresno state game like think about it. We all we call it. The Fresno state game. Yeah, big no disrespect to Fresno state or their alums, but that's the moment that we talk about when we talk about Fresno state, not not not. Not Derek Carr. Yeah, well Derek Carr played there, too, but Derek Carr not not the other car brother. We talk about Reggie Bush. Video game they know those runs in that game, and like I mean we used to watch. Every Saturday like never, and I would just like to Knin. Trojan game on right like it was and Pete Carroll. I think it was also just because we didn't have the NFL. At that point. You know there's no. There's no pro football team in town and there's Pete was. Charisma just boozing out of him right like he was, so he's so charismatic. Everybody like everybody in La connected to him. I was A. I don't know. The Lakers were really good back in those those days as well. But life. Fills not like that right Phil Phil. Jackson has charisma, but he's not like raw raw. Touchdown Monday or wishlist, he's not he's not A. He's not p Carol and I think. Pete really had. The city captivated a lot of years Reggie. Was this electrifying performer Matt liner was the guy who won the highest moons. That's amazing guys on defense to like that that era has been sort of. I don't I. DON'T WANNA like they're trying to recapture it, but they've also been running from it. They've been hiding from it. It's been hard to to sit. And look back on that with any kind of fondness, except for I was there I saw experienced. It was awesome like you had to get to the coliseum five hours before the game where you wouldn't get a parking spot. Is it was it was so hype and it was fun to get there early because the tailgate was amazing and the scene in the party, it was it was. It was everything you? You would want out of college football experience, and it's because of this weird awkwardness with Reggie Bush, and them having to deny him in him I just felt so stupid like no it is, it's stupid. It's no different. Honestly Jalen rose right and Juwan Howard and Chris. Webber and the Michigan, Fab, five, they won big ten championships. You know what I'm saying like. They had to take all that stuff down. One, of these time honored traditions that are just ridiculous, and I mean that almost like ironically when I say that saying how the NC Double A. loves to take banners and Heisman trophies and things like that and. And then what ends up happening, which makes it worse than I think compounds. The issue is that they punish kids who weren't even involved right like that's the other part of the equation. So something happens in the past, and the guys are the pass. Get punished in a certain way, and then the kids who have nothing to do with it and up getting punished to so let me ask you this, though like one of the things about Reggie those specifically. They had the heisman taken away from him. Shouldn't he get that back to yes? I mean here's. What here's what I don't get I really. I don't understand why relationship deteriorated so much. That's what I want to talk to Bruce Feldman about when he comes on and joins us in the next segment. But it it would. It felt at the time when the MTA I started really investigating Reggie Bush. USC had a defiance about it. Mike Garrett was the ad back. Then Pete Carroll was the coach still he kind of left town pretty quickly thereafter, but before all the things came down, but you could. You could feel the drum beat coming, and they had a defiance, and there was this one. There's an audio recording of Mike Garrett at booster event. where he he really like laughed off, the investigation laughed off the seriousness of it, and I still believe to this day like the reason. Why that you got punished as severely? Is because of the way they. Handled the NCAA like the NCAA likes when you grovel, say likes when you. Beg and you sal I'm so sorry..

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"daniel smiling" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

13:25 min | 3 months ago

"daniel smiling" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Character or seen we'll share it on our feed now. Here's a word from our sponsors. Thanks ENJOY THE EPISODE. Daniel in the lion's den once upon a time in ancient Babylon there was a wise king named Darius. He ruled his lands fairly doing his best to hear every problem and help every person be they rich or poor soon. King Darius realized that one man simply couldn't do the job alone. There were too many people that needed help too. Many issues spread all across. The Kingdom. Darius was overwhelmed but that's when he had the idea gather the wisest the smartest the most engaged people in the kingdom he proclaimed and bring them to me here in the palace. His messengers spread like ants in the spring crawling back and forth over the kingdom gathering up the best and brightest light crumbs. They brought them to the king and he formed them into a council of the wise. From among the council he picked the three wisest Daniel. Julia and Buzzer King Darius. Put them in charge making them. The three leaders of the wise from that day on King Darius relied on the leaders and their council to handle the day to day problems of the kingdom. They did a good job. And for the most part everyone was happy healthy and had plenty of food to fill their bellies. It was a pleasant time for the kingdom and its neighbors the people celebrated King Darius and alongside him. They celebrated Daniel the wisest of the three leaders. The two would look down from the king's window and the crowds would roar their approval. I don't see why Daniel gets all. The praise sniffed junior. One day we're leaders to. Oh Daniel you're so great oh Daniel we love. You sneered Buzzer. I'm so over it. These two were jealous of Daniel. Because as wise as they were he was wiser and as clever as they could be he was more clever. Still they complain to each other endlessly about how it wasn't fair that they should be overshadowed and Daniel celebrated of course they were overlooking the fact that not only was Daniel wise. He also kind a trait. The common people loved and Julia and desert both seemed to lack and as the days went by with the Kingdom happy and thankful their bitterness only got worse and worse finally. They decided that in order for them to be the best of the best they had to get rid of Daniel. He's too smart to trick. Said genia her nose crinkly and anger. We have to make the king get rid of him but King Darius loves him. Besser said he'll never kick Daniel out. Yes he will whisper. We just have to find a reason. Why the pair of leaders follow Daniel every day and night for the next week waiting for him to do something wrong. They followed him from the market and they followed him to the church. They followed him all over Babylon and never once. Did they see him do anything to get him in trouble? The only interesting thing he did was pray. Each night to his God the God of Israel. He'd wish for good health for the king and for the people and he would thank God for his high position in life. Thank you Lord. He'd Finish Amen. Giunea and Buzzer got together after their week of spying and realized they'd come up with nothing. Daniel was a good man and he didn't so much as literate candy wrapper or cross the street. Crooked that may have made more sensible people realized they were in the wrong but this pair were totally blind with jealousy. They wanted to be the king's favorite and they decided if they couldn't do it. Honestly they do it. This honestly. Part of the job of the council leaders was to bring new laws to King Darius. These were usually little things meant to help the farmers and craftsmen of the city and improve overall life. Junior and Buzzer saw an opportunity there and drafted a law in secret. Just the two of them that anyone who prayed to anyone other than King Darius had to be punished there was no escape. No excuses or exceptions and the punishment was terrible. Anyone caught would be dragged to the far end of the palace and thrown in the lion's den and the Lions were always very very hungry. Julia and Buzzer slipped their law in with a dozen other laws and distracted King Darius as he signed them of course he trusted the pair. Nearly as much as Daniel and didn't have a reason to be suspicious. It felt to the king like a perfectly normal morning the next day during the time when Daniel always prayed junior and buzzer sent the palace guards to his room. They found him praying to the god of Israel and breaking the new law. Daniel was locked in chains and dragged before the king. Daniel King Darius said astonished. What is he doing here? Daniel what are you doing here? Yeah I don't know my friend. Daniel said I suspect something is Amiss. Sir said GIUNEA. He broke your law. He prayed to the god of Israel and not to you. What craziness is the king snapped? He can pray to whomever he likes as long as he's good to the people of Babylon I'm happy to have him. I'm sorry Sir said Bizzare showing him the new law the king had signed. But you passed this law just yesterday my king. The king snatched the law and read it on his throne his space growing Paler. His is wider as he went. This can't be. He muttered as he went. I don't remember deciding this nor do i King Darius said Daniel. He realized what was happening but he seems strangely unconcerned showing me legal scholars. The king called and they were summoned together. They read the new law front to back and back to front and even upside down but no matter how they read it. It said the same thing I I'm sorry Daniel. The king said finally it's the law. I have to throw you in the lion's den. Yeah don't worry about it. Said Daniel Smiling. Even in his chains. I wouldn't have changed for some nonsense law. Even if I had known. Faith is important to me and the God of Israel won't let me be harmed because of it. The king nodded kindly. But he didn't see how the God of Israel would protect his dear friend from a pride of hungry. Lions junior and buzzer smiled at each other. They'd gotten away with it and now Daniel was going to be dinner and out of the picture now. They want the wisest of the wise and the people would cheer their names. It was perfect. The next morning Daniel was dragged in his chains to the far end of the palace. There set into the stone of the floor was the lion's den. I'm sorry Daniel King Darius said I don't want to do this but the law is the law. I can't give you special treatment. Daniels smiled and laid a hand on his friend's shoulder Dole. Worry my king. He said I have faith. And the God of Israel's knocking to let me get harmed. Wish I could believe you. The king said and then he gave the signal. Some guards cranked giant wheel and slowly. The iron cover of the lion's den lifted into the air underneath was giant. Sandy pit walled with stone and full of prowling roaring hungry. Lions junior and buzzer smiled at one. Another a secret sly smile. I can't watch King Darius said and he fled from the lion's den before Daniel could be thrown in all that night he couldn't sleep couldn't eat couldn't rest every time he closed his eyes. He saw his friend in the lion's den and they snapped open again. It was a long and miserable night full of long and miserable shadows the next morning as soon as the Sun Up. King Darius ran back to the far end of the palace the guards were already there and junior and buzzer still smiling smugly under the heavy iron lid. They could hear the lions contented purring. Sounds like they ate well. Besser whispered to Judea and they both laughed. Open the lion's den. The king said. I can't bear to wait any longer. The guards turned the wheel again and the Iron Lid rose slowly into the Air Daniel Daniel. The king called not daring to look Daniel. Did you survive unlikely whispered Julia Fat? Chance agreed buzzer. Then from deep in the lion's den. Good Morning Friends Call Daniel. My faith was rewarded. An Angel came and closed the lion's jaws so they couldn't bite me. It was awesome a miracle called the King Tears of happiness rolling freely down his cheeks. Get him out of there. A ladder was lowered and Daniel climbed out of the lion's den when he emerged. The king gave him a hug and apologized. I've struck down. That Law Darius said people can pray to whomever they'd like as long as they're good to each other. Why shrieked June more jealous of Daniel than ever? You're going to change the law. This is ridiculous. The lions like probably just weren't hungry. Yeah agreed buzzer. Look at this. He lay down on his stomach and stretched his hand into the pit wiggling his fingers see. They're just not hungry. But just as he said it. A lioness leaped into the air with a snarl buzzer screamed and jerks his hand back the jaws snapping shut inches below. Not Hungry said the king laughing you know last night. I thought a lot about where that strange law may have come from and I remembered you and of visiting the day before with a stack to sign. I wonder who it was. That wrote such a brutal punishment. The king turn to stare angrily at junior and Buzzer. I think you two should be gone by tomorrow or else. We'll try this whole lion's den thing just one more time. The pair looked at each other and then turned and ran from the palace. They kept running and running until they were out of the kingdom and no one ever saw them again back at the Lion Ston. The king turned to Daniel. I'm glad you made it through but I'm confused a little water. You confused about friend. Daniel asked as they walked to the throne room. The man's still had the same quiet confidence as always as though spending the night with the pride of hungry. Lions was just asleep over at his aunt's house. If the God of Israel is watching out for you why wouldn't he? Just keep you out of the lion's den. Why let you get thrown in at all? Daniel smiled his gentle smile. My friend Mike King. Faith doesn't always keep you out of hard situations but faith does always bring you home safe home. Well said my friend said King Darius well said the king made Daniel the greatest of all his advisers and for many years they solve problems and made new laws to make lives better and throughout it. All everyone was always allowed to have faith and they could express it however they.

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"daniel smiling" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

13:26 min | 4 months ago

"daniel smiling" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"In that first segment talking about his new book Franklin and Washington the founding partnership Bethlehem is with this she's in Cambridge Massachusetts author of the self help compulsion searching for advice in modern literature better I'm looking forward to our chat I hope you're doing well how are you I'm great how are you hi Beth I'm fine the self help compulsion what does that mean compulsion is the the drive can find advice in what we read and and and and all sorts of media and found a magazine it's this kind of human longstanding desire to find counsel and wisdom to live by thank you all for your book and book with a chapter called self helps portable wisdom well what is that about so this chapter is really laying out my argument for the history of this relationship between literature and self help and arguing that both literature and self help genres that people have always kind of turn to for advice and in particular it's looking at the way that self help has actually been an agent of reading literature the help often quotes literary authors snippets from poems and novels and thinking about how they'll help it spread all over the world in Africa and Japan through this kind of de contextualized quotation of literature and then you move on and I'm going to need some help here in pronunciation Bouvard and Vishay slough birds D. Y. A. just tell me a lot to unpack all that Flores of course yes so this is about a lava lake effect snow there the author author Madame Bovary and because one of his last novel that he ever wrote it called blue bar and P. PJ and it's quite a whole areas tags published in eighteen eighty one and right to copy clerics who he kind of retired clerk who who go to the countryside they inherit a kind of windfall and the third just dabbling in on Thursday he I wire self help philosophies and and enterprises from kind of learning how to make their own Jan reading about philosophy and are trying to start their own school and things like that and so the argument of that chapter is trying to show that so how this actually goes back much farther than most people think all the links in the late nineteenth century and then also you know spread all over the world so many people are surprised to think of a French author of that time reading about the company in fact very much carrying the idea of self improvement and that kind of way that we can be kind of stuck in this cycle of always trying to better ourselves and with some kinds can have negative consequences author Beth blunders are gassed bath we now arrive at negative visualization you go a whole chapter on that can you explain what that means visualization is cheeky reference to the rise of positive visualization and it's looking at some authors in the early twentieth century I think that most people wouldn't associate with self help at all like Henry James Edith Wharton Virginia wall and it's thinking about how the literary authors were responding to the ride at an early self help philosophy called mind your any thoughtful activity and so this was an interesting kind of precursor of the positive thinking movement that we know today and it combined kind of strange that Hinduism and Christianity and really kind of originated this idea that by thinking positive side we can actually put out kind of positive energy into the universe and she whatever we desire joys for life a whole chapter who is Joyce and Y. for life he joined with the author who wrote one of the most famously difficult novels ever written and this is called unity that published in nineteen twenty two and it's a very experimental novel that and describes the life in the a day in the life of this one man in Dublin and this novel is so difficult that it kind of the last thing anyone would think that in relation to that work is practical advice but what's interesting is that many popular readers and also literary scholars have actually turned to the book and tried to find can now get a wisdom to live by in its pages I thank them for me it's a really interesting example of how people are so eager for a life that they'll look to even the most difficult and complicated high modernist works of literature in order to find what they seek so one of the founder in in that book Ulysses any nuggets that you're aware of for good share I mean it actually covers the whole because it's set in a day instead of twenty four hours it actually covers a huge fan of kind of product that everyone kind of encountered so it's the story of that my husband he's dealing with and I fear that his wife is is he having an adulterous affair and so it has really interesting reflections on marriage on kind of navigating the city of Dublin on and you can even kind of more mundane things like how to survive small talk and let you do what you feel excluded socially and so it's really presents a whole compendium of of reflections on all different aspects of kind of daily urban experience I want you to move to modernism without tears what does that mean the idea is looking at a couple of self help books in particular Amanda by county road a really popular self help book in the nineties called how Proust can change your life so that was looking at how that again another very difficult author Marcel Proust and how he can use to find kind of leave them to it by and and so the idea is sort of a joke in a sense that many doctors are kind of looking to modernize them for advice but ignoring the more difficult parts of it so that's the weekend cheers aspect of it and and that chapter also has a section on here at the end and landers thanking about their reading of a kind of bizarre very the real story by Ann Arbor public Daniel went into the stories actually about an advice columnist and it's called miss lonely hearts and European lenders were actually twin sisters I'm really fascinated a critique of that story and they say that that is the protagonist was kind of to negative and but he should have sort of last are his problems more and learn to persevere so it's a really kind of interesting reading that they advance on their own but rather well known short story stop practicality practicalities hunger means what if the buyer for practical advice in this chapter is is thinking about the contemporary novel and the really wonderful contemporary novels that are explicitly kind of engaging with and according to reader's desires for practical advice so I look at both like Sheila Heti novel how should a person be and Cheryl used novel how to live safely in a science fictional universe developed that are kind of using the frame of the how to and I'm very interested in the genre self help in our thinking about how what did self help actually has to offer readers and how could a novelist kind of learn from that and meet this demand among readers for practical advice Ben how did how did you first become interested in this whole topic interested in the topic through actually my teaching I was teaching a course and it was called reading for life advice from Socrates to self help and I became really interested in the way that some of that early self help in the Victorian era with using adult literature actually so even though one of the very first self help book by Daniel smiled which was called self help and it was published in eighteen fifty nine and one of my worst pieces of invited you know don't read literature don't read a novel and it's too much of a diversion from improving yourself but at the same time he really used literature and he quoted literature a lot and heating very interested in literature so I was keen interest in that relationship and that kind of rivalry between the two different fields where were you teaching when all that struck your I was teaching at the university of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia in Philadelphia yes I lived there for quite some time well it's my home area about really you know I was the general manager there seventy Sixers for twelve years from nineteen seventy four to eighty six and I grew up in Wilmington Delaware soul those are those are my very different from Florida it is every year you yours like in Philadelphia did you get caught up in all the revolutionary war history and all that was going on there what an interesting place for me to be and particularly the university of Pennsylvania because of the history of Benjamin Franklin university who I might say kind of the first self help American anyway the first American self help author and he actually ended up figuring in my book and I became really interested in in the way that he kind of imagine his self help project in the way he was using within traditions from other places the way he was borrowing from Confucianism and other traditions so yeah I enjoyed being there and I think it was a productive setting for that the origins of this project in the first segment of my show here others stood today I interviewed an author named it Larson whose new book is out Franklin and Washington the founding art partnership so I finally find it quite interesting that though that you have brought up Benjamin Franklin at the end of your book bath it's called a coda the shadow university of self help first of all what's a coda and and then explain the shadow university of self help it is a little kind of N. piece that you kind of attached to two expiry buckets it's something sort of similar to a conclusion but offerings and further reflections are on the topic that you might not have had space to explore in inside the back in in my case this was kind of the occasion to raise the question of what is the relation between the way the way scholars and professors teach literature and the way that they'll help described literature and can we think about and literary scholars and professors learning from the fact that and so many readers are turning to self help as a way of being introduced to famous other telepaths so it's arguing that actually students are very eager for advice about how to live and that maybe we in literary studies could kind of encourage that in a way that would be productive for them and also kind of not ignoring the more formal and kind of academic side those of literature a Bedlam is are gassed her book is the self help compulsion bath idea contained as a author of of many self help books myself that all the self help principles can be found from Solomon in the book of proverbs in the Old Testament I I think that every self help writer the basically is taking Solomon's material updating it modernizing it putting stories around it and then looking at that's just my observation anything you could add to that well that's a really interesting theory IE I tend to feel similarly but about connecting Jim Greco Roman stoicism so I have a theory that a great deal of contemporary self help and especially without health concern with positive thinking and positive visualization is actually an updating of a stoical philosophical principles the idea that nothing is inherently good or bad but it's how you think about it how you describe it that makes it what it is that's what I mean is with us the folks I just want to remind you that we are trying to bring Major League Baseball to Orlando and you can help by heading up to the website Orlando dreamers dot com Orlando dreamers dot com and just plug.

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"daniel smiling" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:15 min | 8 months ago

"daniel smiling" Discussed on Mixergy

"Someone's GonNa call you up so you know me. I'm doing the frequent form. Let's see if somebody calls me up. Sure Enough I get a phone call coming in directly to me and I talked to the guy for a little bit and then I say I'm sorry. Got Something else going on right here. I've got an interview I'm GonNa have to Talk later he says if I call you back. I said sure forty-five minutes goes sure. Great and sure enough. They interview was done a few minutes. Later I get a follow up phone call from him Daniels smiling the whole time as I did the ringcentral ad here on mixture. She because he said that's what he uses ringcentral his people all over the world have ringcentral on their phones. We expect that somebody fills out a form. Let's give them in a magical email that will automatically convert them into a customer. Would Daniel realize was. Let's give them a phone and it could connected their computers if they're on a desktop connected their mobile phones if that's what they want and let's send them a message and since ringcentral integrates with all these different APPS. They gave me a whole linked to the APP store. If there's an APP out there they will integrate with I think I can say fairly certainly And so as soon as I fill out a form boom they get alerts and call Andrew. Andrew gets a phone call if Andrew doesn't respond to the phone call. I think when things at Daniel's smiled and told me was we'll send you a text message because maybe not picking up phones and we'll follow up with you a few times now all that can happen with ringcentral and if I call them back in the person's on the other line and it goes to voicemail and then it goes to their team so they could respond if I text them it goes through their team. I say all this because I signed up for ringcentral just before we talked to Daniel. I'm amazed by all the features. If if anyone out there has got a team of people and they want experiment with the calling your customers as soon as they buy or as soon as they fill out a form and seeing if a human being can answer questions and do Komo or do whatever it takes to close the sale instead of a set of emails. I think you'll be amazed by it and if you want a set of phone number one phone number if you want for the whole company in addition addition to you also get a new phone number for everyone on the team. If you want all that you can sign up for ringcentral I did. I actually signed up down getting Video conferencing which is what Matenaer using right here to communicate with each other. I guess that's never gonNA use. I get text messages which I love because I want my assistant to help me go through my text messages. Messaging Via text is going out of control on my phone. I get all that and so much more. If you WANNA sign up I'm GONNA give you guys a url where you can get it as.

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"daniel smiling" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

Ross Patterson Revolution!

03:50 min | 2 years ago

"daniel smiling" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!

"She nods is I scream out into the nights, your death will not go on a venue may cool. We climax hard together hers lasting longer than mine. Obviously, she falls to the ground on SAFA me and begins sobbing lightly. I wipe her deers away in her hair back behind her ears because it's in my face and I can't see anything. You're definitely pregnant after that. She exiles deeply and says, sure of it. I scoop up off the floor layer on the bed next to my plate of food. Don't eat that. I say, is I head over the wall and grabbed my banjo. She nods knowingly and positions or self against the headboard holding my dinner played Nestle myself between an thighs and begin to play it soon for her. She feeds me my dinner. She sways her head slowly to the rhythm and continues to feed me as I like my Joe seductively. What happened out there today? Saint James. What can't understand you? Your mouth is full of food swallow and look off into the distance. I killed some end today. Also we might be out of gold. What do you mean? We might be outta gold. The mine is empty. I sent my chinaman home. We've got enough to live up here for the rest of our lives anyway. Actually, we don't. Those men took all of our gold out of the barn and put it in that color into melt and throw totally fuck and Mexico into a stop playing my banjo what they covered. Totally fucking Mexico and Mayan goals. Yes, all of it. And Mr. Paulson did nothing to stop that either. She shakes her head? No, maybe it's not a bad thing us losing all our gold. You've become a different person since you struck it rich. I missed the old you. We were so much happier when we were simple farmers working eighteen hours a day, all seven days a week just to live. She knows I hate when she talks about me being poor, but she goes there anyways. I stand up and carefully placed my banjo back on the wall before putting my jeans on, maybe you were you pretty much just hung out and did the sing shit you were doing now cooking and cleaning tending to the kids and whatnot. I was out there busting my balls wide open every day just week. Each shit made out of corn meal. Put my boots on throwing a shirt and holster as I walk out. Where are you going Saint James to handle shit like a boss. I stop Mr. Boston's that fuck should be home by now. On my way out. I see Daniel sharpening his knife on the front porch. He looks up at me as I bass him. Are you going to kill the rest of those men Pau? No, sir. Done when you kill someone or multiple people in the same family guy, did the rule of thumb is you give them at least a week to grieve before you kill another relative. That's why I'm going to give Mr. Paulson a workout. Can I come with you sorry? But you're too young to see something like this. Go down. This is some old school shit that will fuck man up on the inside. Daniel smiles at me as I hop on my Steed and head off into the nights. This is a revenge rides. There's really no need to explain in great detail how my pets are flexing it max level, as I glide on my horse alongside the river down to Mr. Paulson's house. I've got other shit on my mind. I do however manage to take a glance at my reflection in the water and see my triceps ripple as I hold the reins. There is perfect as you can imagine..

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