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Edinburgh Puts on Gender Neutral Version of 'Jesus Christ Superstar'

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Edinburgh Puts on Gender Neutral Version of 'Jesus Christ Superstar'

"University upper group is reportedly performing the first gender neutral production of Jesus Christ superstar. Jesus is played by a non binary actor. Someone who does not identify as male or female, and Judas is played by a woman. The 12 apostles are played by female or non binary performers. So here's an interesting question for the cowards of the left that cowardice is one of the distinguishing characteristics of the left. They only attack people who can't hurt them. Would they ever have a play about Muhammad as non binary? Of course not. Because they're cowards.

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Author Jim Wallace on Conspiracy and the Resurrection

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

02:46 min | 5 d ago

Author Jim Wallace on Conspiracy and the Resurrection

"When you were that atheist, let me ask you this. You were convinced that the resurrection of Jesus had to be some kind of hoax or conspiracy, and that the disciples cooked it up. That's pretty common. When you talk to people that don't believe in Jesus, that'll be the first thing. I talked to a guy from Princeton divinity school that believes this, right? He's a smart guy. Yeah. But think of that. He went to Princeton divinity and unlearned his faith. Well, okay, so we always have knowledge and wisdom are two different things. So I can get a lot of knowledge going into school, but I may not be wise. And what made me wise about the whole conspiracy theory issues is working a bunch of conspiracies. So anytime you have, if you're working our gangs for two years, any time you have more than one suspect to commit a crime or a murder, then you have what we can add a conspiracy charge. Here's what I've discovered. To have a successful conspiracy, and I think we're so we love conspiracy theories. I mean, we are, I mean, a lot of Christians. Feeds an appetite. Yes, it feeds an appetite we all have. There make great movies, make great novels. We love to talk about them as though they're true. But here's the hard truth. Is that you need a certain number of things in place in order to have a successful conspiracy. And here they are. Pretty simple. You need the least number of co-conspirators. It's easier for two people to do something, tell a lie, keep a secret than it is for 22. It just is. You also need to hold it for the shortest amount of time possible. It's easier to hold a lie for a day than it is for a year. So a great conspiracy is when two people commit a crime. And then one immediately kills the other. Well, now we've kind of captured it. The first day. Yes, the first day. So we kept the time span short, and we only have one remaining perpetrator. But those are the first two things. The third thing is that you really want to have good communication, excellent communication. What's the first thing we're going to do when we get 5 people who committed a crime? We're going to separate them. And ask them deep questions because they can not talk to each other now to line up their stories. And I'm going to go way beyond the initial story of the weeds to catch the lie, the spot the lie. You also want really super strong family or relational connections, right? And that's going to be really important. So these are the kinds of things we're looking for when we see a successful conspiracy. Here's the problem with the gospel authors, is there's way too many of them. It's not just the 12, right? There's a 120 in the upper room in X one. Remember they picked Matthias to replace Judas. He was also an eyewitness who had seen Jesus from the baptism to the resurrection. They picked from a group of a 120. But Paul says there are 500 who saw the living risen in Christ on the same day. So how large is this if you just told me that, oh yeah, I believe in a conspiracy from last year involving 500 people that all lined up. Yeah, I'm going to be suspicious already. There's too many people. If you're taking an entire sector of the federal government two decades to hold the conspiracy, I'm sorry. Someone's going to break.

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Praying for the Persecuted Church

Pray the Word with David Platt

02:47 min | Last month

Praying for the Persecuted Church

"Matthew ten versus 22 and 23, and you will be hated by all for my name's sake, but the one who endures to the end will be saved when they persecute you in one town, flee to the next for truly I say to you, you will have not gone through all the towns of Israel before the son of man comes on ever we read about persecution in the Bible, which is often as we're reading through the New Testament because it's promised here by Jesus. We need to pause and to pray for our persecuted brothers and sisters around the world. There are so many in our family. Our brothers and sisters who right now are experiencing this. They're being hated by everyone around them because of their love for Jesus. They're being persecuted and imprisoned and isolated and punished in different ways. They're following Jesus their proclaiming Jesus and it's costing them greatly and the Bible is clear when one part of the body hurts the whole body hurts. So we need to identify with pray for our brothers and sisters in Christ who are experiencing persecution and at the same time to not be surprised in our own lives wherever we might live and even if we live in a place where there is relative freedom to proclaim the gospel to not shirk back in any way in fear from following Jesus and proclaiming Jesus that we would not be afraid what others might think of us or the risk that following Judas and proclaiming Jesus might be to our reputation to our comfort, maybe in some senses to our jobs that whatever it may cost us that we would faithfully follow Jesus that we would follow in the footsteps of our brothers and sisters in places like North Korea and Somalia and Yemen and parts of India or Afghanistan, Pakistan, God we pray right now for our brothers and sisters. Your sons and daughters are family and these countries in places in the world where they are being persecuted for their faith in you, God we pray for your strength for them. We pray for your help for them. We pray that you end up hold them with your righteous right hand rep you would give them boldness to follow you and to proclaim you, even at great cost,

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Where Did God Place Leadership?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:13 min | Last month

Where Did God Place Leadership?

"You want to go back to biblical scripture? Who was the first creation? It was Adam. Adam is a man. Now think about this for a minute. The woman gives life, but God created Adam first. Why? He gave him dominion of all the earth. To name the animals, all of those things. Then he created eve so he can become fruitful and multiply the earth. If God wanted to, he would create eat first and not at him. It's because God has a lineage, has a structure that we should abide by, and it don't make any one person less important because without a woman, there is no humanity. That's important. Look at the apostles. 12 apostles. Minus Judas, who portrayed Jesus. The 12 apostles were all men. Why were they all men? And then people may say, oh, because there was a time of but the messiah came through Mary. And so the leadership role in the leadership of the church, the leadership based on Judaism and Jesus Christ, was all predicated by men leading.

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Charlie Airs His Grievances About the GOP

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:02 min | Last month

Charlie Airs His Grievances About the GOP

"Charlie, I see a sincerity and heartfelt pain, not many people are conveying right now, but probably very much show our feeling. Thank you for your vulnerability and honest portrayal of pain and hurt and disappointment. It's true. I'm so hurt by the Senate Republicans in the midterms, it's not a fulfilling feeling. To feel as if the people that you work for hate you. I know that's a very logical and simple truth claim. But when the people that you are trying to rally support for have disdain for you. We've talked about Dante's inferno or Dante's divine comedy. Not an easy read, but I encourage you guys to attempt to either read it or to read an analysis of it. For example, you know, someone asked me the day said Charlie did read Shakespeare. He said, no. I read commentaries on Shakespeare. I mean, I couldn't understand the deeper, beautiful meaning of most Shakespeare plays. So I need an expert who has studied at his whole life or her life to tell me whether or not Shakespeare, not whether or not, but what is the beauty in this in this play mech bath, a Romeo and Juliet. I'm just not going to pick it up. I haven't committed my life. Nor do what I have the talent to be able to understand it. So anyway, in Dante's divine comedy, he says the worst thing you could do or the 9th circle of hell is betrayal. It's deceit. Treachery. And the three examples he used is cassius Brutus and, of course, Judas iscariot. No, I'm not going to say that all these Republicans are moral equivalents of Judas. You might say that. I love your thoughts freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. But it's a very similar moral behavior, isn't it? Which is I'm going to tell you one thing and I'm going to do the exact opposite.

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"judas" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

03:09 min | 3 months ago

"judas" Discussed on Discerning Hearts - Catholic Podcasts

"And you see there, the sacrament of reconciliation, it says, is Christ's work of subjecting disobedience to mercy. So we stand a name our disobedience, and then he subjects that to his mercy. And the end of that is a reconfiguration, if you will, of baptism, when you leave the confessional, you are born again, because when you sin, we leave reality, and we enter fantasy. God doesn't live in fantasy. When the priest says your sins are forgiven given and I absolve you, because you brought truth to that encounter, bless me father for I have sinned, I don't excuse this. I'm going to tell you exactly what the sin is. Because I want to move from fantasy to reality. Why do I want to move from fantasy to reality? The whole culture says the opposite. Because God lives in reality. So the more we sin, the more isolated, we become, in our fantasies, whether it's greed, whether it's gluttony, whether it's sloth, whether it's lost, anger, it doesn't matter. When we move in that direction, we move into what the book of acts defined Judas as. When they had to replace Judas after he killed himself, they said we needed to replace Judas and after that they said, who went to his own place? What a horrible but accurate description of all of us when we sin. We have to replace this man because he went to his own place. Isolation, loneliness, hell. And every time we choose sin, which is the immediate hit which then opens into emptiness. We have just touched the depths of loneliness. There's always a lie with sin, keep eating, keep eating, keep getting the pleasure of fat and sugar in your mouth, keep going, feel it, that's the facade. Then after the depths of regret, why? Because sin carries in it, its own punishment. Isolation from the good. From virtue, bless me, father, for I have seen, I'd like to come back to reality now. Because I want to live where

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Jesus Stories

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

#41 Holy Week, part 6 - burst 07

"Now, here's a piece of trivia for you. How many men were named Judas among Jesus disciples. The answer is two. There is the Judas who will betray Jesus later in the evening, and there is a Judas who is also known as thaddeus. He has a question for Jesus. Lord, why are you going to reveal yourself only to us and not to the world at large? Jesus answer goes back to what he's told them before. Remember what I said about repetition? All who love me will do what I say. My father will love them too. We'll make our home with each of them. Those who don't obey don't love me. This message comes from my father. It's not mine. I tell you all of this now while I'm with you, but when my father sends the Holy Spirit, he will teach you everything and will remind you of everything I have told you.

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Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie get into Rock Hall of Fame

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie get into Rock Hall of Fame

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Following Jesus Is About What You Give, Not What You Get

Truth For Life Daily Program

02:18 min | 10 months ago

Following Jesus Is About What You Give, Not What You Get

"Judas thought that following Jesus was about what he was going to get. So he went out and said to them what will you give me? She understood that following Jesus was about what she was able to give. That's why you see missionary biographies have always had the impact that they've had. Sadly, many of them have fallen into the catalog lists of out of print tales of another era. And one of the things that might be done is the on air thing of many of these old stories and good books so that the heroes of the past might become contemporary for a new generation. So that, for example, CT stud who gave up a fortune that was his by inheritance and went off to Africa with the story of the good news, his father had been converted. As a result of the visit of moody and sankey, his father was phenomenally wealthy and stud when at Cambridge, he played cricket for England, he was, it was far better than The Great Gatsby. That's where he lived. That was his whole experience. And he actually turned his back on all of that in order to go to Africa, but he gave away his fortune and kept some bite for his wife. His wife found out about it. She was really angry because he had given her a little poem. She was supposed to say in the morning with her devotion. She was supposed to say, dear lord Jesus, you are, to me, dearer than Charlie ever could be. He wanted her to understand that so that when he died, she would know that her best friend was Jesus. And she said, why do you keep all that money back for me? He said, well, I wanted you to be okay. She said, do you think that Jesus can only look after you? And he can't look after me, give my part away as well. And so they gave it to they gave it to general booth of the Salvation army. At what was the kingdom logic? Here it goes. This is CT stud. If Jesus Christ be God and died for me, then no sacrifice that I could ever make for him could ever be too great.

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Judas May Have Been a Mouthpiece, But He Wasn't Alone

Truth For Life Daily Program

00:51 sec | 10 months ago

Judas May Have Been a Mouthpiece, But He Wasn't Alone

"John actually tells us in his rendition of this that it was that it was Judas iscariot who led the charge in this respect, that he was the one who gave who mouthed the response. But in much the same way as Peter's denial, where Peter is the one who makes the denial, but we're also told that all of the disciples said the same thing as Peter. And so when you take John and you apply it in relationship to Mark, you realize that although Judas may have been the mouthpiece, he clearly wasn't alone, and the sort of overwhelming reaction of those who were the avowed, devoted followers of Jesus was not to actually bow down, humbled by what had taken place, but was actually to scold the woman for what she had done.

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"judas" Discussed on Mega

Mega

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"judas" Discussed on Mega

"That was one that I'm pretty proud of. Pastor of puppets. You know, there's a lot of good stuff, I think. I don't know if everybody's if you're interested. I'm on band camp. You can find me on band camp. Oh, really? Yeah, what deal has got some stuff on bandcamp? Awesome. Not to plug. I'm not trying to plug anything, but we're up to I don't want to be a liar, we're up there, you know? That is really cool. I'm looking at the band camp now, and it seems like you guys are up into the dozens of dozens of streams. Dozens of listens and fantastic. You know, over a hundred songs, so that's really impressive. I've got to check that thing more often. I didn't know we'd broken double digits yet. That rules. He is good. The Christian version of things is always the better version, you know? Because these people are out here innovating new types of music and creating original art and all of that. Well, you know what happens when you're innovating a lot of times. The prototype sucks. You know what I mean? You're putting out a Metallica album. You're putting out an Oscar winning movie. Stuff like that. And then we come along, we put Kirk Cameron in it, guess what it is now. It has a message, it has purpose, and it's a way better movie. You take a Mötley Crüe song and you make it about our lord and savior and all of a sudden, it's like a plus material. I started Judas Priest to less Judas more priests. That's one that I think was a pretty good one. Mega life instead of mega death. Instead of Black Sabbath regular Sabbath was a band, a tribute band I started. I do want to ask you about kind of the, I guess a lot of people would call it competition or stringent hierarchy that exists within the tech booth because a lot of times I'll go up to the booth and I'll say, hey, you know, could I get a cable and somebody will be going? You can't ask me that. You've got to ask him that. And or I'll say, could I get a little more in my monitor and they'll be like, no, you've got to not ask me that on the cable guy, you've got to ask, you've got to give permission to do that or whatever. So I just want to ask you, is it kind of that way back there? Because as far as I can tell, it's a lot of middle aged white guys really taking the job seriously, which is great. There is a bit of attitude back there. So I wanted to ask you about that. At our next meeting, I will not mention you by name I'm not going to out you, but I'll make sure we talk about that. Okay, I'm not here to write anybody out. One who's the most sensitive is Randy. Yeah, Randy's been going through something lately. I don't know what's going on with him. I need to make him a metal mix. I don't want him doing too much 'cause I don't want him to get burnt out and all of a sudden we got no light guy. Nobody to touch the bulbs or turn them on. That'd be a nightmare, you know? Yeah. What's the main reason for burnout? Is it just you're so overworked?.

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"judas" Discussed on Mega

Mega

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"judas" Discussed on Mega

"Is that right? Really? That's what I'm thinking based on my reading. I mean, just think crown of thorns, he gets murdered, he's got holes in his hand, there's blood everywhere, he comes back to life. That's a metal album. All right, I don't know why mastodons not doing an album about Jesus, you know what I mean? He did chip over the tables in the temple. That's pretty metal. Oh, oh. Heaven, yeah, he did. And he was anti authoritarian. I suppose, right? I mean, that's why the Romans killed him. Yeah. Yeah, that's right. You know? And I mean, just like, just like me, you know, Jesus had a bunch of friends with no jobs. That's metal to the core. Having a bunch of unemployed Friends, you just hang out all day? Yeah, that's a normal. Hang out with sex workers? That's what poison and Mötley Crüe did. You know? Yeah, now is that who you liked, poison Mötley Crüe before you got into the good stuff? Yeah, I mean, I couldn't get enough. I was listening to Judas Priest, Megan death, Metallica, all sorts of stuff. And then what was some of the Christian ones? Well, really slayers the only big Christian metal band that kind of popped, which is why I, you know, before I was doing where I'm at now, 'cause I'm very busy with the tech booth and making the singing slides and stuff. Now, I tried to start a couple Christian tribute groups. I'll be honest, I didn't really take off, but you know, I was trying to do my part to bring Christianity to the metal universe. What is it that you like about metal? What appeals to you? Is it that it's making you feel okay that you feel angry? I don't understand it because when I hear it, I say this is offensive to my ears. I don't follow. And I just want to know like, what's the appeal? What am I missing? What is it that really draws you in? What do you get in from it? You know, that's a very good question. I don't get a lot. I don't get a chance to talk about what metal does for me because a lot of Christians are kind of scared of it. And I get why, you know, there's a lot of scary monsters on album covers. There's a lot of scary names like slayer and stuff like that. I think what it did for me is, you know, as an angry teen listening to angry music made me less angry, kind of like listening to the blues makes you less sad. I guess. Does that make sense? That's what lets alone for me. Yeah. Yeah, less alone..

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Dolly Parton, Eminem, Lionel Richie among Rock Hall nominees

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Dolly Parton, Eminem, Lionel Richie among Rock Hall nominees

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Pastor Mark Driscoll: 'Everything That God Creates, Satan Counterfeits'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:48 min | 1 year ago

Pastor Mark Driscoll: 'Everything That God Creates, Satan Counterfeits'

"I believe everything that god creates satan counterfeit so i believe that critical theory. And that's what we're writing about is the opposite or the counterfeit of christian theology. And so what happens is within critical theory. We're basically good and we're getting better. The bible says were bad and getting worse the bible says that there are unchangeable fixed laws. That come from god. Critical theory says that there is no such thing as law and it's contingent and dependent upon each individual and culture and in christian theology. You own your own failures. Your personal sins in your shortcoming in critical theory. It's not personal. It's systemic the victim of various systems that have oppressed you so rather than repenting of your sin and changing your life. You attack other people and turn yourself into the victim and all of a sudden. You're jesus and you're the good one and they're judas. they're the bad one. And so in the name of justice your job is to attack dismantle everything they say and we see this with canceled culture. We see this with throttling and we see that in the end. Cancel culture is the counterfeit of the crucifixion. We believe that jesus got crucified. Now we ended up crucifying people in their careers and their reputations and christianity. You're supposed to be born again. The counterfeit in critical theory is your welk. and so. that's the counterfeit of being born again. I mean everything is just a counterfeit. What i'm saying is critical. Theory is a cult. It is a new. Demonic religion ideology that has taken over every spirit of academia and culture. And those who would claim to be christian and seek to reconcile these two things are responsible for a massive generational apostasy in the name of tolerance diversity open-mindedness inequality and it's just all misery and it's all just simply

Daniel Kaluuya Wins Supporting Actor, His 1st Oscar

Z Morning Zoo

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Daniel Kaluuya Wins Supporting Actor, His 1st Oscar

"The Academy Awards belong to Tyler Perry, and I'm going to play it for you in a second. But I also want you to know that one of the highlights of the entire show was Daniel Cholula, who early in the ceremony one for best supporting actor for Judas and the Black Messiah, and he thanked his mom who was in the audience, but it kind of embarrassed her at the same time celebrating. Let's celebrate life, Man, we're breathing. We're walking is incredible. Incredible. It's incredible. My mom and my dad, they had sex. It's amazing. Like I said, I'm here was they cut to his mom who had just look at her face like, what are you talking about? And it was great, And it's like Maura Ward shows with that guy, please, because he really cut through a lot of the preachiness That was on last night during the Academy Awards that

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Chloé Zhao’s Oscars Victory Greeted With Censorship in China

BBC World Service

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Chloé Zhao’s Oscars Victory Greeted With Censorship in China

"Chloe Joe was born and raised in Beijing. But news of a win is being censored inside China Post celebrating Miss Charles victory or being pulled from Chinese social media sites on the Chinese state controlled media have not mentioned the awards. Jing's disapproval of Chloe Joe appears to be linked to an interview she gave eight years ago in which she said growing up in China was being like in a place whether in lies everywhere. From Los Angeles, Sophie Long reports on the ceremony. Nomad lamb, Nomad Land won best picture and its lead. Frances McDormand won her third Oscar for her portrayal of the widow and her journey through grief on the American West. Nomad Lands. Director Beijing born Chloe Zhao won her cross highest accolade, becoming only the second woman to win that category. In the awards 93 YEAR history. Anthony Hopkins won best actor for his role in the father. And best supporting actor went to Daniel Cholula for his role in Judas and the Black Messiah. Sophie Long reporting from Los Angeles, BBC news

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'WandaVision,' 'Emily in Paris' Top MTV Movie & TV Awards Nominations

Tim Conway Jr.

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

'WandaVision,' 'Emily in Paris' Top MTV Movie & TV Awards Nominations

"Series want division has scored a leading five nominations for the MTV movie and TV awards, including best Also in the running for best TV show. The boys Emily in Paris Bridge attending Cobra Kai Borat. Subsequent movie film is nominated for best movie, along with Judas and the Black Messiah, promising young woman to to all the boys always and Forever and soul. Oscar favorite Chadwick Boseman earned a posthumous nomination for best performance in a movie for his work. Ma Rainey's Black bottom. Wanna park

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"judas" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"judas" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Some point so This is this is a reality here. That based upon the the denial of of christ's mercy baseball the denial judas denial of god's mercy god was all the more offended and therefore judas damn so in other words we can take the kind of liberal argument. The argument that the neo modernist giving us that. We can't know that judases damned and you can't say that judas dand we can take that and turn it on its head because what they're saying is yes but you're you're making an affront to god's mercy and what we can do is you can say. Yeah but the approved. Ecclesiastical writers who spoke exactly of judas and mercy said the exact opposite they they. They made a similar point but they came to an opposite conclusion. Similar point is just. God's mercy was up to the task of forgiving judas and restoring him to grace but judas refused it and because of that. There's the front the divine mercy and therefore the suit of contraception on judas part of any forgiveness of any restoration to grace so again. I think it's a powerful argument. Just look at the look at what exactly these fathers doctor say about mercy itself and how judas denied it. It should seem obvious that judas lost crush naski continues for two reasons. I of jesus make no sense. Otherwise again he's talking matthew twenty six twenty four here. He is depicted as killing himself in despair. Which is immortal sin. Despair was one of the worst leading to another mortal sin. Suicide the church in the past it did not even allow suicides to be buried in church grounds because it was taken for granted that anyone who could hate the gift of life enough to snub. It out obviously could not have the love of god and his heart. Nowadays we are more attentive to the psychological confusion and anarchy that many people especially in the modern world can be trapped in but this does not make suicide neutral or inoffensive it remains objectively the gravest sin against human life because it.

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Actors of Color Sweep Sag Awards for the First Time

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Actors of Color Sweep Sag Awards for the First Time

"The screen actors guild has announced the winners of its sag awards. Npr's bob mondello reports. They could possibly up an oscar calculations for the first time at the sag awards performers of color one in all four acting categories viola davis and the late chadwick. Boseman won best actress and best actor as blues musicians in marinas black bottom daniel polluters fire return as activist. Fred hampton took best supporting actor in judas and the black messiah and as minorities feisty korean grandmother us young yoon won best supporting actress because the screen actors guild represents so many voters at the academy awards. The sags are often regarded as predictors of oscar success last year. The guild awarded best acting ensemble parasite beginning that films march to a best picture. Win at the oscars. This year's award for acting on samba went to trial of the chicago. Seven

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Black Actors Sweep the Sag Awards

AP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Black Actors Sweep the Sag Awards

"Actors Guild Awards are historic this year, says Our Oscar Wells. Gabriel got my time Come. History was made at the Screen Actors Guild Awards this year for the first time ever. Actors of color swept the individual awards in the movie category. For best male actor. It was Chadwick Boseman winning costume asleep for Ma Rainey's Black Bottom costar Viola Davis won for best female actor, Best supporting actor goes to Daniel Cholula for Judas and the Black Messiah, while best female Supporting actor went to young Young Eun for Minori. The award for best ensemble cast goes to Aaron Sorkin's 19 sixties courtroom drama. The trial of the Chicago Seven A Moscow Wells gave Rio

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"judas" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"On the game today look at the judas contract now on. Hbo max john maher voice night wing. He tells us about the former robbins relationship which star far well night wing starfighter have a deliciously complicated relationship It's interesting because you know night wing steps in and he because of his commanding nature kind of begins to call the shots with the titans but yet star fire is the one who really should be calling the shots and then sort of coupled with that. There's a romantic relationship There may be a a A progression of their relationship of sorts So it's interesting to watch the The professional banter and the romantic thing happening at the same time kerry walgreen voice starved for the cool thing about the movie. Is that you get a lot. More of star fires origin story. And you also see kind of the development of her relationship with night wing which is very from and sexy. Even superheroes need love and i actually kinda liked that. They explore that in in these movies. And you know you're fighting crime one day and then you're talking about where to hang things in your apartment when you've just moved in together the next day. They're just like us us. Carry walgreen on the story of the judas. Contract describes are so great and so fun. And i just love the fact that they dive into the personal lives of the superheroes as well as the action. Adventure Because there is something really cool about thinking okay. What would a relationship be like between these two crazy superhuman superheroes. You know It's and honey. I gotta go off to work. And every day. I may be killed by mutant alien from outer space. Okay have a good day. One of my favorite scenes is Star fires talking on the phone with night wing and she's cooking dinner and he's off fighting crime or something and she is a terrible cook and she butchers the dinner and basically says you're to have to pick up something on the way home. I really relate here. The actress carrie walgreen comment on the titans. T star fires relationship to the teen. Titans has evolved over the course of the movies. She was one of the team members when she started. But at this point in the judas contract she is actually leading the team And it's a bit tricky because now that night wing has come back into the picture. There's a little bit of a power struggle. They're a which is even more complicated because they're dating so it's very interesting you know. She's trying to find her footing as a leader. She's trying to find her new role as not just a member of the teen titans but as someone that they are looking to for for guidance. So it's it's pretty neat. It's a it's a cool development of the character sean. Maher tells us about a moment. He really liked in. This animated. fill my favorite senior. Probably the scene when corrie and dick are moving in together and they're starting to unpack their things and cory's just unpacking these weapons like weapon after weapon after effort in lieu of art or photographs of her mom. She's not need monster weapons much to dick's confusion. And yet they kind of just goes with it and let her do her thing. Look for the judas contract whenever you get your digital content and now it's on. Hbo for the cave. This is tony water thanks..

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Breathing Lesson with Janice Stieber Rous

Can We Talk?

06:35 min | 2 years ago

Breathing Lesson with Janice Stieber Rous

"We're not only marking a year of the pandemic but also preparing for a second covid passover. It's a holiday that celebrates liberation and rebirth. And right now those things feel and also out of reach. We're all mix of hopeful and deeply exhausted i don't know about you judith. But i could really use some. Tlc let's do something we've never done before on this podcast and frankly we don't do enough in general. Let's spend the next twenty minutes. He can care of ourselves. That sounds great and we invite you our listeners. To take a moment wherever you are whatever. You're in the middle of and just breathe with us to help us do that. We've invited janice. Stephen rouse the founder of body dialogue and my aunt join us. Welcome janice hello honey and judah what a joy to be here today. Thank you so much for being with us. Will your approach to bodywork in great so many different kinds of approaches breathing. Yoga alexander technique centered in the way that our bodies physically. Hold all those stresses. And you. And i have talked a lot about the way our life experiences. Sit in our bodies and we've collectively been through so much in the past year. I mean personally. I'm pretty exhausted depleted. Can you talk about what anxiety and exhaustion does to us specifically to our breath be. I really would be glad to do that whether you're aware of it or not. You're telling your stuff to your body all the time and your body's talking to you. It's a two way street so when you are exhausted and you say to yourself. Wow i'm really exhausted how going to do this. We're already set up for exhaustion right but busy logically the diaphragm literally. Which is your main breathing muscle. The diaphragm literally cannot work properly. When you're tired you're trying to get a breath and you're not getting it so even if you sit down and say wow. I really need a breath. The inclination is to take a breath and actually what we need to do is let out the exhaustion and let out the air so that the air can come in the more we can let air out the more you'll have capacity to let air in so if we wanted to do a practice together it's important to actually feel what it means to exhale. Believe it or not most of us are holding our breath so much of our day and even night. It's not really surprising. I mean you even just think about the phrase holding your breath in all the ways that we use it figuratively right. It's like it's what we do when we're not sure what's coming next. And that i feel like we've just been in that mode all year and i've been thinking about. How covert is is is the virus that affects breath also. So maybe i'm thinking to metaphorically the idea of the shortness of breath being the actual nature of this virus. With that's appoint judas. It isn't a metaphor. And you feel brokenhearted. Your body actually experiences the exhaustion of that so the experience of actually inviting yourself to xl means to really let go which when you're frightened is very hard to do. So that's the double bind of this disease that it it attacks our fear as well as attacking our nervous system. So not that. You're thinking to metaphorically the metaphor actually is the message and it's actually physiologically. Impacting you when you're thinking to yourself. I can't do this. One is going to be over. I cannot keep all these balls in the air and keeping my children healthy and make sure that i get the house cleaned for pessa. You're actually experiencing that in your body. That's not a metaphor. So what i say to you. Sit back and feel the ground i literally talking about. Can you let go enough to exhale all that. Worry to exhale all that anxiety. And i'm being very literal here. I want you to literally think of everything in your body releasing into the ground and noticing as you feel your feet in the ground and you feel your bones going into the chair. And you feel your back being supported. Try to imagine that you're being held so quiet if you can your mind and if you have a lot of judgement right now just let it go because it won't help so just be open hearted an open mind to this moment and feel your feet on the floor and your spine supported in a chair and take a moment if you're driving. Please don't close your eyes if not you can close your eyes and just go internal and just notice. What are you doing. Are you holding your breath but the first pieces to just let it go. And i'm going to suggest you just really site out and i'm going to invite you in this moment you and due to just to yourself you right now and you're going to open your mouth and just literally go as you do that. See if you can imagine some of this worry some of the pressure some of the tension and narrowness that. we've been feeling squeezed. Can you release it in your toes in your throat. In your tongue. Back of your. Is it in your palms. Can you just let all that constriction and tightness go and notice that if you can let it go the air will also come in

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Many Firsts Are Among The Oscar Nominations This Year

Monocle 24: The Globalist

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Many Firsts Are Among The Oscar Nominations This Year

"But let's continue the oscars theme. The nominations are out and for more. I'm joined by the film critic character sandwich. Good morning karen good morning. It's have you with us. I'm just for those of us who might not have studied the runners and writers in great detail. Just tell us who the big nominations this year. Well this so there are six films tied to the second most nominations outside of manque which had ten am s. Nomad land the father. Judas monari a sound of metal and chicago seven trailer chicago seven and they're all different studios so it's a very very widespread range this year. Tell us a little bit about what the general verdict for the on. The on the nominations are well. It's it's a diverse selection and people are pointing out. There's a lot of i. For example the first time. Two women have been nominated as director that some the emerald fennell. And zoe louise l. nomad land as the first time in asian americans been nominated for best actor and the first time a pakistani and also extent origin and Muslim has been also nominated for best actor. That's is ahmed sound of metal. There's so many. I is almost almost almost have time for all of them. But the fact is that the the the membership of the oscars vote the voters of the academy have expanded less couple years to include a more diverse younger crowd. And i think that this is also reflecting the market of people wanting to see different

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"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

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"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"Up serious time and energy work to fighting that war. I think that even though those that decided that the focus would be judith. And not the black messiah. They may have had their own reasoning but to me we benefited nonetheless. Because we need to look at where the judas come from and is not some hair brains conspiracy. It's a group of people sitting in a room somewhere. Far removed would their starched. Jc penney's white shirts and their loss crab on clip on tie and a little four ninety. Nine we've cases deciding our future. Ooh deciding the of our children telling our grandchildren talent. So the role that leaky played he played it well. The conflict experienced in playing the role as well as what we saw in the final film result all reflect the twisted perverted sick. Since of someone who would actually submit to being in agent provocateur against her own community. Wow with oh that just enclosing. Yeah william neal. William neal was a conflicted man. The real william. Neil and i hope that before he left here this plane of existence it he was able to achieve some sense of some sense of peace. An answering. and it's william o'neill or o'neal in new york okay so we o.'neil But nonetheless i really think there's a lot to be learned by studying what our enemy creates to attract us and ensnare us. They want the money but they want to get the money as they entrap us in their perceptions of our reality isn't it isn't something so i will say just all that will the fact that william neil o'neill got william o.'neil Committed suicide he did the The documentary and He committed suicide january. Fifteen nineteen ninety so that documentary was sometime in late. I believe it was. I on i on the prize because i remember the title is on the prize. You know there were several Serious geysers volumes of it. So yeah so it would make sense that it was an eye on the prize. Which is a Award winning and So i think with this. And i feel with this movie the message that you mentioned something about the message that sent with this movie and i'm sure that people were perceived many different things on different levels. I think that let's say for black lives matter now. Any people that are First of all if you're on the ground with activism this movie says so much more but to pay attention even within your own cohorts own your own organization owned who exactly you know. And how the harm that will be designed to come from within tools and be lady by the external.

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"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"Did okay the character person. I play jim brown and then the person i played malcolm and you know i mean you know color wise. I think the person that played jim brown was much targeted niche. Jim brown is actually. He was actually. Yeah really yeah much. Jim brown actually. No yeah nice body. Those big old. Yeah he was. Meghan added. That sam cook was not knowing. He's sam cook. You know no and any look. He was good looking. This guy was funny looking. you know. listen. I appreciate it. That regina kings efforts you know what i'm saying at that time. Yeah and even a guy that muhammad ali was not pretty like how mohammed ali cassius. Cassius clay clay look like queen latifah. Well you also would there be said anyway. But what so final words on judas in a black messiah chris for the most part I will give it. I would give it four out of five stars You know I'm glad it didn't necessarily at the theaters. Glad was i'm glad went straight to you know straight the streaming services Great show Good good good story. Didn't cover hampton enough But that wasn't what the story was all about stories about the the messiah and the juice juice and the messiah So it actually showed and gave us you know some insight as a man would say Into looking further into The the actions of co intel pro The history of that moment in that time And that was enough to at least be the tip of the iceberg for us to look towards something better being that it was really me on. Act that also as ali brought up you know. We also kind of look at The black activism in the in the community and how best looked upon and how it has been viewed historically with our government agencies to take down. But i'll eat your your thoughts. That's to me. Why Counterintelligence program coin to help grow as carried out by the fbi cia a us government agency Def- department offense on and on and on and on and on every level state county fed all that it's important that we as individuals understand a. We have been in a pool speed award since we landed the fist occasion may have increased. We may have gotten national agency. Focus on us but we've always been at war. We supper to not giving.

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"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"And john what john did. John was very clear about why he was beginning being given access to the media. Okay could you. Don't he was the boy. Yeah he could see lop rank and it was the golden boy broadcast grey-haired. The silver fought gazillion. But john new and extensive meetings and deliberations around what he would say and then once they found out that they would not be interviewing alpern his budgie carter. Because john and eric had came from new jersey. I think i think jersey and connecticut new jersey but they were transplants. Bungee was black. La through and through. He was known by multiple generations. He was known as when he came out of prison. All whole weighing of black man came with him and it was like now we not doing us old criminal shit. We have some new shit to do and that potential they i mean that's why the The black august movement founded inside the prison walls. that's why it was so dangerous. That's why george lester. Jackson was a field marshal her. That's why the oh yeah jackson. Yeah let's get it. You know that. Then you gotta look at george. And then his his brother jonathan. Jonathan took what his brother taught and yeah and implemented it like. I'm coming to yet. My brother out of the joy and i'm coming up in your house and i'm taking people and we go get him. Oh eagle or you kill us all. That's why angela davis came in right. They couldn't she had bought one shotgun that they actually had evidence of. Remember the shotgun looking out the window. Angela david ceiling pitcher of her okay. There's some pitchers but you know she was with the Cpa usa communist party of united states of america. Shalem club yes. Okay Taylor momo's much more active. What i think much more active in southern cow. Then he were up here. Okay okay and it was it was i think it was a conscious decision but nonetheless none the less they. I think our enemy very very carefully analyzed where the real threats were. That's why hughley wasn't asked naked. If you look at how if you look at huey and you look at bobby seale remember the chicago trial. Yes where he was chained to the chair in the bound movie recently chicago seven chicago seven. They call it the chicago eight. He just happened to be talent was no other. I'm here handling my business. I'm not gonna do it. That over there y'all's war okay. But that's the thing that i think. A lot for our community is most disturbing. Is that not enough of us. Know how our enemy was banking so therefore we missed the boat when trying to arrive at an understanding. Yes right. Certain people were assassinated. When they were fascinated samba time they got to brother free ad in mark they was at the end of a campaign. It was the beginning. The beginning was actually sixty seven early. Sixty eight then january sixty nine. They kicked it off and that whole year. Assassinations disappearances martyrs. Bladder bladder The lady that was a down all the all party houses. Just yeah. I mean it's at attack surrounding people you know i mean they were just like walking and just like they see. That's the black panther office and they just fired shit up. They care about the neighborhood the community. Everybody said whitney is is your phone..

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"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

The Vibe Juice Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on The Vibe Juice Podcast

"The guy right to actually go round from from city to city to city specifically because now he's on the run and they're looking for when they have a warrant for this guy and he's he's on the run and they probably let that guy go. He actually ended up probably. Yeah walk in with well on a murder charge. You walked wild wild absolutely. They were the the the the fbi. How can i say this. I'm saying get myself in trouble. You know what i'm saying. You know what i'm saying. What they were some dirty underhanded willing to do anybody. Criminal underworld the fbi and cia. I mean diabolical very liberal. Very design very intentional. What was it. The kotel pro was elements of the department of the army or defense right the fbi and cia rank so all three saying we're being used in fact closer to wiretap earnings right is to see and supposed to be doing jack shit in his the us. Right yeah ha ha yet but they were because they were because they had this program. That was a three day was fascinated by these three organizations right department. Advance the cia and fbi one could switch over and say oh. It was not doing this. It was them doing this right cover and they they gave coverage it was You know and to this day. It is still It is it is still you know it's still being done. Yeah right. I was looking at You know not to take us too far away from show. But i was looking at No it's all. have you seen long. No fall back on now. Snowfall is back Season three or four three three so falls back. But you know as i look at the show right. I started to think to myself. Why these fuckers in jail right you're not talking about the jews. Were selling the you know the the the franklin right right right. I'm talking about the the eh guys. The a and all those folks were brand kilos of cocaine in specifically to destroy the black community and then to utilize the money that was that was being the black ryan fond right to find to wars to fund a war. You know what i'm saying..

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"judas" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

08:24 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on For Your Reference

"Fucking. Something's wrong. oh why the call. How'd you get the keys. A lot of change a lot. Aval shop show known a- done to see black those just one after the other to the other like fucking hell should the guy already to lose their when you say that you're in this kind of revolutionary and you delivered all sorts of things like powered noise. You're fucking friend. Yeah you know. Fbi as you know from history and go to the lowest of lows to the fuck they want. yep so. Don't don't think that it's too long to get out block blockbuster into lots even expected you should expect that shit and it's interesting. 'cause you're mentioning earlier like fred hampton was already but you know we come to further solidify that because he mentioned that he gives his life to the cause Obviously we weren't expecting bill to have that but also at the same time he was. He was a criminal so it would be dutiful for him to go to jail anyway. But i guess it's just like the asher in him spartakist reference for him to want to survive inner beyond all doubt because if he escaped right at the start of the movie when roy court him and he just disappeared and try to go on the run. That would have been much easier. Because when we get further into the movie the hooks asset in him and he is deeper and deeper in the web. He can't get out and i. I guess this is a qualm that i have. I know this is based on a true story but also at the same time it is a vessel of entertainment and there is a story so for me. There needs to be depth of characters especially if agreed out if all curriculum. That bill is the protagonist Non nolan trademark of the film. Then he needed to have more dimension to him like. I didn't want to have an american idol sob story. But i definitely wanted to have a bit more context as to his motivations as a person. Because i don't understand how you just wake up. Try to evade jail. But the cost of that. The cost of that is betraying your word. I can never reconcile that. And i guess maybe to soften that edge would be to give us a bit more of an inkling like was he shunned by his own community. Did people thorough and spit hate in his direction. Like why doesn't he care about black people. As much as the next person down the road well guest profit litmus test in the movie. That was when roy austin. Did you feel ma. Mark martin luther king. Yeah outside a think anna. How did you feel when malcolm x. Died broth ask me all these questions and just stop painted the picture for him. He knew i've got my congregate candidate would do exactly what they beat just to resolve himself and no one else. It's a genius test isn't not it is it really is. But that's what i'm saying like we. We had no choice but to not root for him is what i'm saying. I'm saying from. Obviously because i know enough about the history from story point of view i felt like he was a bit lacking those two to sit there and do nothing is to me from my point of view your mining urine but to go out of your way and continue to feed information to institution. That just wants to see not only you but everything you stand for that. Glimmer of herp diminish. That's a big cost. And i couldn't reconcile y. He sir easily did it because up until they had that tearful merman. But even after that tearful moment i didn't really see any sort of inner conflict for bill and when i did see pur- chance any sort of conflict within him. It was him trying to make sure he wasn't getting ratted out. It wasn't him seeing the bigger picture. I knew that he'd already fully bought in. He went when he was in. Roy's like all men. How much money are you making boy. Oh boy i've got a whole lot of information for you but i you know. Scratch my back. And i'll scratch yours and it's just not model of. I couldn't see beyond that in terms of trying to relate to this guy thinking. Oh my god. What kind of childhood anyhow portrayal did he grew up in where he didn't really care about black people and the callers and to just done their family isolated in getting money for yourself or are you going to spend it on. What are you going to spend it on every every other fucking boston is being killed off. You'll be fucking money all load with. What what use would he be petroleum. I suppose this guy right because you know there was a very interesting setup at the start of the film we. We didn't mess around. Which i thought was great. We got straight to. What the premise of this film would be. And i really enjoyed satiated being the setup of the dynamic between bill and also fred. It was very interesting to me. And i i thought we get into some some real tangible moments between the two of them right because in this particular case. Bill was being forced to do this. It's all okay as much as this is. A terrible thing is doing it because he has to write but as he continued to generously offer information. It started to wane on me. Why why why are we. Why are we going through this and obviously i. It's it's to replicate life events and people have just fucking assholes not what happened but at the same time from a like from a from a cat and mouse Tit for tat sort of chase. I wasn't necessarily getting that. Because everything he did. Reinforced his betrayal. There wasn't any moments way. He slipped and he wanted to help the black panthers and he he he gave them information beforehand so they could be ahead of the curve. There were no moments of that. dodgers brings other disconnect to who he was as a character in astronomy reason to damian whatever level with it could so we just watched him float along the story causing all this mess causing all these issues this especially just by the title. You exactly what's going to pan out if you're not familiar with the history you do exactly what was going to happen anyway. Hang on for those playing at home. Would you like to enlighten us with the store. Or judas was one of the bow of jesus twelve disciples and i think Using block on miss is fucking redonda messiah because we know jesus was black day. Oh i look. Free is up. That's a nice. That's a nice plug for prince of egypt episode bought with yours hop it. He betrayed jesus for thirty pieces of silver on the kiss with a kiss on the cheek took the silver allows like. That's the mad so we knew it was going to happen. In this case is his price was two hundred bucks and a gas station. Yeah you go while we're talking about bill. I want to talk about a case. Sane of bill being reminded of what happens to snitch because that actually had some texture to it or eightfold even harder not to get his identity revealed. He wanted out as soon as possible. If you ever found out that he was a snitch. You knew exactly what hopkinton people fucking around because then we find out that you know Those and other informal those killed an apparently he wasn't even the bomb the formal safe and just their children the fbi or doing this every single place. And this guy's baking withdraws up the ranks pretty quickly because it could offer the big guy something for lucky for bills. Casey could off to drive around town everywhere he wanted to go in all like d'amato fucking trusses fbi and the cia of yeah It boggles belief that that these institutions. You should be putting trust in or whatever because history can.

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"judas" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on The Nix

"When did you think so. Just said note for both these movies. I think we're going to go full spoilers. Because he's are sort of real life events Yeah so we feel less worried. About spoiling sports spoiling them spoiling them work. Yeah i kind of had the same reaction. I i watched a bunch of black panther stuff last year like those an amazing documentary. I think there's one about the panthers specifically what about friend hampton. It is a crazy story especially considering. I think how. They've been framed in so many ways. Like i pop culture machination. It's like oh they were dangerous but you know on the maybe on the right side of history and clearly they were mostly on that history and that's often dis- dangerous to people that are not on the right side history so i. I liked the way that this movie was clearly just grounded in their viewpoint. I feel like we have not seen a lot of that. I mean i feel like we should have way more movies about all of this era and all of the various characters players in this absolutely and i think the keith stanfield really i was reading the other day that he like when a little crazy making this movie like it was really hard for him to come back for making because he plays the ultimate judas like he is really betraying kind of things that really believed in. Yeah i mean as an actor. Here's where i think. The movie failed for me. A little bit is you. Don't get a sense of enough of his character of the real guy. I forget his name but history doesn't care about him that's fine but it's like you know ultimately he didn't care about him. Yeah you don't really get a sense of like This guy was and what made him tick like his. I feel like stanfield. Performance really brings out the conflicted feeling of okay. I'm a little bit intrigued violence. And i understand why it would help me as somebody who's basically resorting to shitty crimes or whatever and shaking down gangs and a fake fbi badge. But it's sort of like. I don't know the transition i feel a little letdown a screenplay of like who is this guy right. That's an interesting story. Because i understand. Why shocker kings latched onto it. It's sort of like the ultimate sort of judas story. But i don't know i just i don't know i almost rather seen more about fred hampton which i think has been really celebrated in now man ole stuff i mean i knew fred hampton was. I mean we grew up in oakland. Black panther lor is. It's taught you know it's like one of the few places where you know we had malcolm x. Elementary school we were taught. The history of you know true. Black history of of true leaders. Even though the rest of the united states wouldn't necessarily call them. That was but i was maybe my teachers to win it..

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"judas" Discussed on The Nix

The Nix

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on The Nix

"Welcome to the knicks where we talk about puff culture until we can't stand it anymore and lean exit. I'm justin heart tongue. And i'm fanny darling as always a quick warning. There might be spoilers for anything. We talk on this podcast but we always do our best to late. Knew that they're coming this episode. We are reviewing two films about important periods of history with Serious award buzz judas in the black messiah and one night in miami.

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"judas" Discussed on Neue Encounter

Neue Encounter

05:07 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Neue Encounter

"Starved. The show judas the black masada do look. I can't believe this movie came out. Because i remember seeing the trailer literally like a year and a half ago or something. It was a long time. I swear we saw in our last movie theater outing like we're probably watching like the invisible man or something and it just a trailer and we were like looks really good. And we're like don't you. Do look houston food jesse bugs. Yeah i feel like the solid trailer so long ago. And i i every time i saw the dates of when it was coming out so far we now. It's here on hbo. Max i feel like an indeed isn't theaters every. Hbo max thing. That's coming out every movie that's coming down. Hbo max is also releasing in theaters. That's the whole thing of it. Can't wait to see dune. Later this year from the comfort of my bed who. Nah.

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"judas" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Pond's Feed

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"judas" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"To the guy that was in game night. Yeah jesse plemmons was on friday night lights and breaking bad People call him young matt damon or fat matt damon. He's we call him a thrift store matt damon thrift. Store matt damon. I mean some other actors here key stanfield dot. Me fish back at. It's i mean a lot of talented people in one bio-pic and i mean here's It's another film that i think is being hype for oscars. Would that coming up. In april will an watching this. I was i was kind of depressed. I'll say the reason i was depressed. Not really against the film itself. Is i think the film is solid. But you get everything. Just does witnessing the story as i even talked about earlier before we even started talking about movies. You just feel betrayed growing up as a kid having the read all the Having to study history. Because what. One thing that i think this movie needs to be a requirement for history historical earning. Because you get you get reports out there of schools. Having black history be an optional of but you have to learn. Us history this is us history but their version of your sister. Because that's gonna that's been the controversy with education in your sister is that we would get the we get the American version of american history. Which is let's make make america to seem a little of as little as possible and it's interesting that today we get more and more historical lessons about what really happened in real history from things like tiktok out of all things. That's how i found out about what really happened on thanksgiving back when the holiday was first thing and this is just one movie to show you spending hundreds of dollars on these old history textbooks to find out that they didn't give you the real story -cause what this film tells you is that america's been fed a life for so long on how it views other people and black people knew this for years but there were playing white people who didn't and yeah. I was a kid growing up as a little kid. I mean they fully spending time with young people from different backgrounds other asian india and even black and spending time with their families so i i got educated i got education from them but to know i mean i got started. I'm as i grew Older i mean learning more and more things about you know what happened in the real world and the real orchid however. i'm presenting. What what i was about to say. But we're regardless the message. Take away from this film. Is that all.

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"judas" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"judas" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Very few celebrities that we know of one they get this big family. They won't be at about saying that. Hey they see something that's harmful than you should tell them no or anything. No definitely but there's this idea of someone says this one tweet hurtful than you went. They're done they should be cancelled. Well i'm going to say right. Now i apologize for both mean cody. Not seeing the serious level is a genus problematic dialogue and it was reported just recently. Lucasfilm has parted ways with the actress and also with the character. There was going to be a spin off of her character in the mandalorian and they scrap that so. I think they're pretty much gonna get rid of the character. Altogether because of her tweets which over tweets are basically about You know they're they're pro trumpy a the holocaust. She's she tried to compare something. That was the depression of conservative. Beliefs are really atrocious again. Yes we apologize. We did not know that. Her right wing believe spewed into bigotry and hatred. We just thought oh okay. I haven't i haven't idea like i thought that our age she i mean she knew she was probably i mean so. There were a few tweets. I saw her. she was playing on. What did you say. Oh we just said well. I think the reason why we're like okay. We shouldn't cancel this person immediately. It because we were saying this right after a what the actress who played sheree from black panther. Yeah she said something stupid about vaccines being deadlier Take vaccines am cova. Doesn't real or something like that. And she what she did she Apologized and said. Hey you to. I was trying to help people out. I didn't realize that this was harmful information but gina was doing a series of intentionally harmful tweets. I mean pretty much. Yeah as you mentioned bigotry racists as she was cheering on people at the capitol as she was doing a lot reading all those tweets Really you're gonna put the stuff out there while you're confer disney. I mean why don't you just shut up and take the disney money. But that's not what these celebrities do. They just feel the need to get crazy on social media. Which will cost you your job. Disney is a Disney doesn't oh you anything if you're trying to hurt their image than yeah they have the right to fire you and there are. Some people saying cancelled disney plus because they are removing the right to free speech. And i'm like well. No free speech is important. But if what you're using your free speech to do is to harm others than that. I mean they are a private company. They can know if they don't want you to. Abc things in your saying these things than i mean the face punishment. But that's what's currently going out. Just a battle between whether or not to cancel disney plus which by the way none of you are gonna cancel disney plus. Are you kidding me. What happened to cancel netflix. Cancel who i mean. So many things on the catalyst and nobody's done that. So yeah i mean i'm only goes up to say about that. I was actually talking with somebody else about that on my instagram. just recently. 'cause he post something about it and i just think it's a shame at these celebrities feel like just because they are in the limelight that they can say and do whatever they want and if if they weren't in the limelight and wouldn't be as a punishment but people would still talk you like you and i were on. We're just on social media right. They can do faulk for saying those things but we're not going to get punished.

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