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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

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03:55 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"You need job and if you said the basket hydra face. Because i will say. That is one of my problems actually. I really don't know how to hide my face. Even when i'm hiding it in my face it looks like hiding it in my face very very strong reactions in your facial expressions that ed are. It's perfect for the stage. But i imagine subtlety parts absolutely. So she's going to bask on. So i'd say hey if you could hide their neared you're doing great. You're lucky well. Have you guys had shitty jobs like that with like just awful bosses and if so what have you done like afterwards like to just deal like play video games drink like if what have you done just like get rid of those negative feelings that built up all day. I'll be honest. I haven't had any like majorly shitty bosses like. I've been very fortunate that even like the the bosses. That i've had that i didn't care for were mortgages dumb than they were like in any way Harmful to my person which is sort of like damn. I hate talking to this idiot. But otherwise like truly like couldn't couldn't be you know less it more innocuous than than they are. I've terrible bosses. That i think for me one of the things that i think that was like when i needed comedy the most. I know one of my had like my blog for years and i would just write. I learned basic. hmo code. So that i can have a word. Document up typing the blog. Post but that putting the code in an extra secretly copy of pasted onto the extra webpage. But that was something i need it to do. I remember like this is the way i get out my creativity because these people are working my nerve or like i have to go do a show that night or something. I think i also did a lot more of my own creative work. Not a shitty job. I was like writing more just for me because that was the only way i kind of feel like you can take my freedom. You know to have like my thing. I have a voice exactly. Yeah i don't know what to do without energy. It's just like it's it's fucking sucks but if you need the job like you live in a fucking capitalist house i don't know what else ernani either be polite or move to the woods. Those you're the woods turns out it's also expensive. Got up doesn't sound like much of a position to do something about that. you could. Hey look find someone who owns like property in the woods. No one's around. Take the house from them. You don't have to murder them. You can keep them. Yeah keep them alive but chain radiator him about kathy bates movie where sabah misery naps james cons foot and then pretend like she's still a fan of his work like you haven't wanted to do that to like a comic year a fan of john mullany coming for that leg. Oh my god. What john mullany langston kerman in the misery remake okay. Now that's a reboot. I'll allow that's alisyn quote is bits back at him. She talks about. His father is very catholic lakes despite the curse tire thing. It's always a light. Spend our with you true delight. I'm so glad that you didn't stop replying to our emails over time. And i get really anxious about it because i'd be like well i don't wanna see thirsty. I'm thirsty up. Fine if you podcast is five and so. I'm just glad that the fact that you guys didn't give up on me means the world to me. And i'll never give up on.

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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

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08:25 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"I'm i'm curious about like as now that we are opening up a little bit of that like you know like at the very least that may not be a critical mass society but definitely like large swaths of our society are believed that like genders is uh spectrum and that there are a lot more people who are like nba. Or you know. I'm wondering if these things will change the expectation. Yes or still in twenty years. You know a someone like me who is essentially an emotional coward. It's still coming i think. The expectations are shifting. But i don't think. I think the unfortunate thing is is that history still exists and the documentation of history slowly greece. So people were still like what my grandfather did it. Like this and tradition says in my family we do it like this and so many people still value all that stuff that it does complicate your ability to just be like fucking you know. I'll be a girl who gets on one knee on a hot air and we'll do it that way. Whatever got a flash mob and make a youtube video. That's like my father did yeah. I don't know many men who like genuinely would would be happy to have their girl flash mob them and then be on one knee with the ring for him to wear. You know what i mean. Yeah yeah sorry. Also just also okay. I agree with you both said i agree with you. If you don't have to bring it up if you're feeling like you want to get married it sounds like because you have been together because you said three years now together and you thought you knew how he felt and i feel like maybe you're already you're like okay. We're not gonna. He's not the guy for marriage or something and then he started to say this stuff. You were like wait are you. Now you're trying to kind of recalibrate the expectations you had and that's what it sounds like. You wanna talk about and it's also something you might want to talk about with the therapist. What's your homegirl. Because the question is are you feeling differently. Now that he's talking wedding or you like wait a minute. Maybe you weren't a wedding. That way i i was content with the life that we were potentially building and now you're complicating Being like yeah. I'll marry you. And as i abraham i moved on career right exactly stopped expecting that. So maybe it's like you know so. I wonder if that's part of this. Yeah and then also if you have a conversation the next time he brings it up guys just like just joking around just push ask a little follow up on the question like whatever if he says something you take that opening. I wouldn't be like. Can we sit down and talk about the potential for marriage and our future relationship next. He's making one of those jokes you can be like. Are you forever real. And what has what has made you suddenly feel this way or do doing. You're right now stood mary. Don't bitch Okay i'm ready. Let's address definitely how all marriages at start a day. That's a take so of time to answer one more question with us. Let's do one more. I'm into that wonderful all right. This next question comes to us anonymous from instagram cowards. Taking a strong stance immediately before here in the question. What would be the best way to respond to someone telling a story in which they are clearly being a huge karen especially when that person is your boss. I can't really tell her off because she's my boss da. Luckily my mask hides most appalled facial reactions as i nod and attempt to look sympathetic to her plight. I've had numerous instances of this recently. And i just freeze up. How should i handle these situations. Ignore it address it or somewhere in between by the way i need this job and a good recommendation letter from her in the next year or so takes in advance and love the pod. You're saying nothing. Yeah you. I mean this seems pretty straightforward. You said you needed the job exactly at a recommendation. Like you like you. Yeah you're not in any position to To present morality to some person. Who's in charge of you. Just shut the fuck up take it and then when you get to the new job you tell them bad stuff about the lady that recommended you. That's accurate i have a feeling. This person is either white and or like upper middle class. Some some combination of wouldn't that wouldn't they be used to just holding their feelings in no then in that case they're like i should say something as opposed to all of us who've had jobs where like to shut my fucking mouth because i need this job right right like i. I remember. i had like the worst. I i worked for a woman who is essentially just like trump like i understood the trump administration. Because i worked for someone who was just like the poisonous that seeps into the whole work space and all that kind of stuff and i kept a twitter thread about this person and all the awful like racist and antisemitic and great. Just outright crazy. Shit's she said. And i hashtag shitty tap job even though it lasted nine months and this was something. You are posting. This wasn't just like the drafts folder. No yeah i posted it but like there was no way that they could have figured out i. They could have figured out if they really wanted to but they weren't robbing me. So so you vented rented elsewhere. I gotcha go. yeah because what. I'll say this person do not post it. They will find you if we've learned anything from From people's choices on the internet none of it is a secret and they will find you and you will not get that recommendation. Oh yeah don't do that in twenty twenty one twenty eleven when no one was doing that kind of stuff sure. There were eight people on twitter and exactly nobody knew what we were doing. We do and they will find you. People like right. It's not even simply because again. It's not name the job but it's just a world where there enough people who have the time inclination to find out to figure out who you're talking about before it it'd be like i don't know people like okay. Look judging background at at photograph they are in a office like talk. Your whole life is ruined. They're calling your mom. Rian telling her she's a bad lady for raising. You just all complicated. Don't do it okay here's a pitch. What if you got like an outdated like it was a tumbler or she'll fires. Angel city's website. About how terrible your. How much of a karen your boss. Yes spark up that black people meet dot com page. Send some messages like if he. Yeah if you need the job and you need the recommendation you just have to suck it up. It sucks or you have to make a moral choice and be like. It's i should tell this person about themselves. It's it's more. It's a bigger imperative for me to tell this woman about herself than it is. I don't think it is that at least based on the description. She's just like yeah. This ladies canavan knowing and sal i. She's doing the right thing. She's a monster. She just isn't great so you could show i mean what does she is. What does she's like like the dog. Parker the bird-watching park like talking calling the cops on black men or something like that. Then you should include that in the letter they like unless you have a real good when you. I mean it's gotta be egregious but if it's just generally herbie like again you believe that black girl with straight a.'s. Got a scholarship instead daughter. Yeah i do. I have to just be like i'm not in tomorrow..

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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

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06:42 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"You can rate and review the show on apple. Five stars please. It'll only take ten seconds. And it helps us tremendously. Okay that's it. We love you deeply now back to the show and we're back with links turban henny penny any Honey to you too we so we get questions all kinds of ways. We're getting these. Dm's on on twitter emails. A couple's therapy potett gmail.com. We get voicemails voicemail. If you guys wanna leave us a voicemail call three two three five. Two four seven eight three nine. You have a three minute limit so you have to just going to say i love them the most so give us a ring. Three minutes generous. That's that's a long time. And if you're exceeding three minutes you got to self reflect. You're making a mistake. I'm gonna say love the pod cash contacts for my friend and Twenty six years old. My partner boyfriend is thirty. Yeah they've been together for about Three years for about a year. And we're at the age where a lot of our friends and our peer groups are going to get married if they haven't already married and People are starting to ask us when we're gonna get married and That's something that we have talked about before. And the general consensus was. I have always wanted to get married. I've always wanted that ticket. Union in partnership and boyfriend has always thought she probably wouldn't get married just because he has not had any successful marriages in the family. Kinda has More of a negative view of marriage based on your history however recently in the last few months even attending a lot of weddings bringing up Things like our wedding this or when we have a wedding will do it like this. And i thought maybe you was. Just you know having some fun playing around but We actually serious about getting married. He said. I wanna marry you You know i. I do want that But he keeps going back and forth. I'm not really sure we scams of it and the last thing he was freaking out and think that i expect anything. I'm not in a hurry to get married. But i would like to know if he is has changed his mind or is on the scene pages he Do you have you based on how to bring you the topic of us in a relationship about seen her she shares typically womanly pushy or Maybe you had to talk about it in the production flay I guess is my question. Thank you so much for your help. if you answer this either way i'll be listening and i love you guys sushi. It petard trust so much. so thank you bye. Oh my name is no. I shouldn't say okay. What a dear heart sweetie. I know real post-coital that's when you bring it up. What do what do you think what do you think. I'm gonna guys playing agenda game. Charlotte time tim taylor. I well. I think that men rarely bring this subject in less. It's something that they're relatively serious about. Like i don't think that he's just I don't think he would say it if he felt like. Yo i i completely have no intention of ever committing to this person any further. I don't even know that. I believe it's necessary to talk about at this point like i think that if she's saying look i'm i'm good right now. I'm not trying to get married anytime soon. I'm twenty six. Which baby girl. You don't need to be nowhere near marriage twenty six. What are you even doing. You should go to five guys. Enjoy yourself all the toppings you can. Your metabolism is is still working. You ain't got to settle down yet. Yeah i would. Just i would chill and let him continue to sort of evolve into these feelings with you and for you as opposed to sort of like try to add a definition and complicating your expectations with his new definition. That he probably isn't even fully settled in in the first place. Yeah i'm like it's so weird. How still even in two thousand twenty one. The stuff is so gendered. It is so when she has to tiptoe around it because it doesn't want to scare was scare the guy that eventually. He's the one who's going to have to ask. I mean i asked you even though we're both like on the same page kind of talked about adopt about it. Yeah i'm still the one that went and got a ring and asked you and then langston. I'm just assuming because we all live in the society. That was the same way it was for you. Yeah i kept telling her she could ask me at anytime and she didn't care for that. Be one big. i think. That's that's patriarchy a work and the in in a in a more. Just future fellas like you and i. We will have to suffer through the experience that we through. I really like wake twenty years ago. When i like discovered like feminist philosophy. I was really like. I'm like oh thank god thank god. I'm not the one who's support. I thank god. This is not like written in stone. And the non. The one who's supposed to always make the first move or do this or do that. You know have giant muscles last day on me if you want. Just say the word let them to sell the man if he needs to get new titi titi meet meet. That was not going to be the title of new titty pretty good title. I'm not even gonna lie to. But like i really like..

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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Sounds terrible. I use it was during and that to me. sounds terrible. see those seven. She's only seven. I love them. I'm rooting for him. My parents were very good about that kind of stuff. Except i always wanted a nerve boomerang. I always wanted to. I don't know why. I'm so obsessed with boomerangs but there was something entrancing about them. When i was a child could never have one one. Yeah we got nerf ones. We got like a real. You know australian one and shit and couldn't figure it out for the life of me but it was a dad. Who would do that stuff. You know what i mean. Yeah yeah that sounds wow. Dad's dad's what's that like guys going cut to commercial so is your registry all boomerangs. I hope so. I actually haven't checked. I wasn't a good helper in setting the whole thing up so we'll find out whenever it now again. We don't have any boomerangs on their it. But i do. Yeah like to be that kind of guy i'd like to. I just wanna buy. I wanted to bad. Yeah i wanna. I wanna look at your homework after you down with it and make you change the answer so that you get good grades like i want to do all the things that are. You're supposed to do who your kid will resent you that. My mom is an english before she retired but she was an english teacher with a master's degree and she would fix my papers. I'd be like i know better and you didn't help. She told me right. But one hundred percent. And i think that's to your to your question. It's striking that balance right of being like yo. Here's what i would suggest you would do. But i can't make you do this thing. I need to sort of allow you a level of agency to go and fail and then seek my guidance. Later as opposed to like my dad at times would keep me up until midnight changing things until it had sort of fit what he expected as like a quality assignment in slide on a big dog. I'll tell you you writing this essay about catcher in the rise truly solving my life problems. Arrange it's so funny because it's like. I still don't even know like what i'm like. What are you supposed be able to say. Meaning what reading level should you be at like. I don't know so let alone doing some homework or like an essay where this sounds dumb. But i'm rewrite would be able to know i don't know man maybe you're maybe you're not bright and we gotta get you out of this school because it's embarrassing. This is crazy. Thank you think all parents like in a way that like you have like romantic. Chemistry with a partner are just some parents and kids. Who don't have any kind of like parental chemists. Yes yeah we talk about all the time. I don't mean like strange parents. I know type chemistry. Yeah i think you just spend some time with people and you're like oh you ain't my favorite by what you like that like love. There's care i want you to succeed. But i yeah. I'm not rooting for you. But that's that's what makes me so. That's what so lonely. Sometimes this idea that a person who made me and also in my mom actually did raise me right like she was. We don't vibe. It's like it feels very lonely. Just isolating the sense of like if you don't get me and like take you made it. You know what i mean. I'm like and so interesting that feeling like you know. My mom doesn't think i'm funny. Mom doesn't think of funny and it's like well you do you then. Do you want to impress her. Are you trying to get her to laugh. or you. Like whatever lady. I'm over no i don't i don't anymore. No no no. I'm not trying to make her laugh. It's if anything. I think the issue is like i just kind of kind of pull it all in like i don't really set taylor a lot of my business. I really try to be killed emotionally. I have to psych myself up to just like okay. What are the things. That i'm allowed to say that will not get like pushback or accidentally start a fight or accidentally sizing so. That's the negotiation. It's exist not relaxed on my end. I got you but it's very you know. That's why i think about you know like becoming apparent and kind of that decision to it's like what do i want to do out here. I get to truly start. A person from scratch is that. I wouldn't have like for. Why chemistry with the with the kid and then we're stuck with each other for eighteen years longer. Yeah it was several the relationship in this economy. They don't just leave and be out in the world alone at eighteen. So you know kid. It was nice raising. You don't think there's a lot here firm handshake at the door. And good luck out. There champ got a question with that. Seems like a good place for a break. We'll be right back. Hey y'all wanna pop in real quick and let you know that if you like what you hear and you want to support the show..

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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

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05:44 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"The power and that wasn't enough of your own wrinkly asked. Robert deniro wasn't enough for you. Weird thing that Oh bobby d is Is back out on the streets. She can come in now. She's dropping something off. Couldn't stay outside. The door simply could not have waited is what i say what was going to ask couple about being a dead being dad sure. Are you last the stupid question. Well i just wanna know so your dad famously white as you say on your podcast my mama told me i call them. Famous famous. Famously caucasian famously. Oh i remember what i wanted to find. Go back and then. I'll ask about his naomi in the same way that you want me to write. I would rather you should. I should leave you rather than kill you. If you level up and you wanna trade it. And instead i will get whatever implants you want me to. Oh whatever wherever you want wherever just to stay current okay sweet. Pecs and whatever. Yes yeah i mean. Look i've been i've been lifting. Weights started lifting weights and coir. Okay so i could get them naturally but we don't want to waste that i'd be to spend that time let's expedite. This bad boy gets a new titi. meet under. they've. That's exactly what i'm gonna say the doctor i'm here for nudity. Meet well yes. I see that it's checked on the check on the checklist here titty meat. But yes no sorry. I didn't mean. I didn't mean to derail the dad conversation. Oh no it's fine. So your father's famously. Kasur were you guys close growing up. Yes yeah my dad's he's a good guy. He was very involved in my life. I think Things got a bit tumultuous with because he His his white his current wife. And i did not get along at all. And she's been a in his life since i was a pretty young like six five or six kind of thing like he he has been married her for a very long time and we never liked each other. It got real sort of rocky particularly in my adolescent years and so I to this day hate her guts and that makes it challenging black. She's another black lady okay. We love dad's type but she ain't crowded though so you know i don't care for her very much area by so maybe you can even add question. No no no. I totally get it. But it's so funny. 'cause you're like we never liked each other as an and the reason why i'm inclined to agree with you about her is because i don't know how you dislike a five year old child and that's picking up all the things that i'm not even putting down correctly is is she very much was like opposed to the idea of my existence. Because i was my you know from various relationship and so any adult that enters a situation with a grown man. Who has a kid is like. I don't like that kid because it reminds me they used to have sex with the different lady fucking weirdo ravioli. Be shot in the knees down like a horse that can't run anymore natural inclinations to yes and someone should i be advocating a person. No no yes. Shoot my dad's wife. So that made i think our relationship at home a little Complicated and i. I spent more of my time at my mom's house sort of like in bullfight protests and An attempt towards a different type of sanity. But my dad. Yeah he's a good dude. He's always stayed very involved in in my shit in my life and helped me through a lot of stuff. So i'm a fan. I like him. Have you thought about like what are the things you know in in When is when is your wife do. October fifth is okay. The baby okay. So you have a couple of months. They'll have you started to think about like what are the things that your dad did that. You're like oh. I wanna do that or i don't wanna do that. My dad was like a super advocate. For like any activity. I wanted to do. He would like he. You know we played basketball all the time he would like by weird like frisbees and teach me out at throw the weird. We bought boomerangs in all kinds of like soccer. You would try to teach me how to do stuff. You and i mean i would love to be that kind of Active dad and in my child's life. There's this dude who lives up. The street who teaches is is clearly like train his daughter to make the wnba and She'll be dribbling to balls down the middle of our street at almost every day. It seems like walking behind her with a beer and scientist a. It's a sweet endearing thing to watch this little seven year old like oh my by her Slightly drunk dad. And i wouldn't be mad at being guys. Seems pretty lisa leslie. That.

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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

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08:33 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"We do something different. Try anything pause. Was sam j. Hbo like referencing that. But it's like there's like besides besides sam show like how like there's a few others i think did he did a monologue. That was just straight up. Stand up and i thought that was bad. That was pretty cool. I do remember pete's show at the time being a version of groundbreaking when it it sort of launched. I think you know the further we get from these things the more they start to just look like little dots but at the it was like yo his shits is different is kind of weird in like up close in a way that other late night shows weren't and now you know it's yeah we're with with pause. I think that was our main goal was like. I don't think she's gonna look good behind a desk. So let's figure out a way to make it feel fun. Kurt thrive in. It really felt like we were crashing. A comedian party which was right. Like all those interstitial with them. And i'm like there's bestselling samsung what you're pointing out like. Wait who's oh. Oh oh yeah. I've seen that person on the lineup. Okay okay like newer new york comedians. That somebody's these girls which i use for all genders young girls. This raise these young girls out here. Grl's g. u. r. url s. Exactly yeah so wait okay. So did you have serious relationships before nikki. Like like when you think like serious like did you have any or yeah. I think i in a very unfortunate Sense i think. I am a serial monogamist where like i tend to find myself in longer versions of relationships and there was a period. I think you know a few years. Before where i was just out around town dogging out but for the most part i've like done a year year and a half two years with people for over and over again don't always great. It is great. Not that's good. Were you in them just to be in those relationships or like were you. Were you committed in that. I guess i guess my question is were you afraid to be alone. Did you just need someone to keep the bed sheets. Warm i think the answer that i probably would have given then is no i think. In retrospect i think there's probably a level of truth to that. I don't think that i was like dino lead like sitting at home. When i have to have somebody right. That's i don't think that's my instinct. I'm pretty good at being alone. But i do also think that i was thinking about my life and and what i wanted to be in represent and all these other things in a relationship at times felt like it would service that feeling and that's not necessarily why you should like you said did andy. It's you sort of. Just meet a person. you're like. Oh chemistry chemistry. Not just i can kick it with you for a while. And there's a big difference and it takes us a minute as adults to just figure out what that difference is. Yeah like it's definitely experience thing it's not like there's like a first of all. There's no class at school where it's like. Hey this is this is what's gonna feel here at love. Doubts on my teachers knew that feeling ever but allowed drag them. No i think that's one hundred percent true and it's why don't trust people like trusses waited worth. I have trouble with people like yeah. I met my high school sweetheart and we just stayed together forever and never had any downs like none. You ain't never go like vulgar. Might not even be it for for anybody much less me. I know i know it's funny though. I believe in like checking in on yourself in relationships in a negative way. But i'm very much like to me relationship something you have to choose every day and every now and then i'm just like am. I still happy aseel. Happy like just like myself. There's sometimes you'll be like i still love you. I do and that was a good check in. She did he checked in and she was like status. Update we're doing fine. I also to one of my big fears. Because i watched too much true crab not necessarily he will murder me but the sudden change in a lover shrinking that you are okay and then having someone come to you and be like actually i would like to kill you for the shirts and like i'm always telling andy where i'm like if you ever feel like you don't wanna be with me like my never. Don't cheat on me leave me. Please leave me please. Don't you dare go try to have a side piece. You talk about germs. Like could you please like lean gave me you have to. Yeah it's it's it's tough i think I always think about in. This is weird. But i always think about Tim robbins and susan sarandon right like they were together like twenty years at some point. They were like now. We can't keep doing this. You you and i are not meant to be together and i know at the time and this is maybe the internet being whatever the fuck the internet is everybody was like. This is terrible. If they can't make it what's going to happen to me and blah blah bias. Like you'll but they did it. They beat the they did the thing they kept checking in much. In the way you're saying and at some point the status wasn't coming back fine or good or any of those things was like. Yeah we gotta move on and twenty years is a full relationship you beyond the game you you made it to the end and maybe we just need to be more okay with the possibility that like relationships have a lifespan. They have a limit that they can go. And sometimes that's forever. And i hope it is in in my case in your cases but then maybe it's not in. That's okay to your enemy. This is until the grave. That's not fair that's fair and if you hurt. Her faster was there. Was there one of those guys. I've never been that. Investment like celebrity couples Did when when. Danny devito and carla rhea perlman when deputy and re perlman separated. I think they might be back together but when they separate that there was a little bit of like is are any of these things permanent do do either. You have one of those trying to think i can't. I don't have a person. That's like conscious. A relationship. That i i will say though as i get more and more in this business and i think about relationships like i always i never liked was somebody is like married or in a relationship and then they like kind of get famous and then they get like hot young thing regardless of gender race. Not say it's like little he's like. Oh i see you basically leveled up your basically like abbie new partner now and that really upsets me even know these people just like what grade is is a personal attack whether you intended there. Yeah i get that feeling. I feel like the person when i tend to go with the answer. That pops in my head i even. If it's not the correct answer the when you ask the question the first thing that popped in my head was robert deniro in his wife his life. I know grace hightower. I didn't know her name but it was just like that. Cool black lady. A robert deniro together. That's a cool story. And then you find out that like oh shit. Robert has moved on. Oh bobby's ed you know. Now he's out on the town in his seventy year old dixon but it's also like things like grace was also gorgeous flawless..

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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"I was going to be a professional comedian whereas the literally the girl i dated before nikki Broke up with me. Because she said she didn't believe in my dreams and comedy don't see it for you not realistic. I'm going somewhere better. You know what i mean like. That was fully her energy and who at the time. I think i was working for a fucking moving company and also teaching kaplan classes like she wasn't wrong An evil hearst never forgive but she wasn't necessarily wrong in that instinct year but she probably feel bad now. You'll ask television on television. And you know she was like own. Shit i should. I hope she feels terrible. Our bowel movements are difficult. Every time it sounds like a car neckline most johnny carson would do this character and he would always make these like really like arcane kind of like insult to people like him. I hope a sick yak leaves a present in your drawer. Okay your sock drawer. See him no johnny carson. I don't either. People don't know references to comedians. Passed away when you were six. I'm never really maybe this is. I think this is just maybe thing that probably black comedians into more often than than not never gave a fuck about late night and everybody revered like oh carson letterman and all you have to watch these old near genius. The thing that they do like i like when conan does that hip thing otherwise. I'm i'm chilling on late night. It's boring yeah. I definitely felt. I've always wanted. It was so funny. Because conan did his lascaux is like everybody else social media. Which is you addressing him. Which is all these things about like i. I saw the first time. I saw. I was in and i was like by good decided realize he touched. Somebody lives twenty five years. Or i just didn't have a good picture of me with him. I had of him. And pete home show but like i didn't have any post i'll never forget. Cut my face out and put it over pete's face that's the way to do it. I will say he was my favorite. I think he's i do genuinely think he's brilliant and really think he's just the funniest guy is just that format to me was never liked interesting enough to be like deeply bought in is just like all right. Yeah he's the funny one and the other guys are i guess. N- fine nineteen fifties format. I don't know why it took until the last couple of years you'd be like should.

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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Who how will i go. None of that should just like yo. She's fun this is a great hang. And i think i was in a place in my life. Which i'm i'm a firm believer that this is more of the difference maker than anything. Is that if you are in a place in your life where you are willing to try to make a relationship happen adler much more likely to actually be able to make something happen. As opposed this nebulous place. Of like if i meet the right one maybe i'll do. It counted thing it was like nah. I'm i'm down to get a baby boo so she seemed cool. Let's see if this is it that makes sense. I do a lot of it almost half the battle is just the person wanting to be in the relationship and then if you just happen to walk by the right time you could be the one you in. That makes feel real. Pretty when i tell her that. All buddy general like with guys. Like i like andy like humor in ready to have a relationship where you were i wor- i work very like i were indeed. Well yeah 'cause. I had my shit not figure it out but i was on the path to like being happy and so just being on that path in the first place like open me up to be happy and other areas host to just like when i was like even in college when i thought well yeah i didn't i didn't i was compromised. I was constantly compromising right. With what i wanted to do. I say this a lot but make sure but like i was compromising between what i really want to do which was again. I couldn't even admit it to myself but like comedy in some way and what my parents wanted me to do. Which was lawyer doctor right. And i constantly like finding something in between those two things like philosophy professor that's the white inbetween read. It was high professor but silly. I did jokes. Yeah so so then do you in the in the case of the relationship where you then like were you acknowledging that with with naomi with with everyone around you or was this just a private consenting in your head where you're like now i'm ready to be a big boy and do the i wasn't conscious. I mean it wasn't like to therapy and could actually like articulate these things that i could go back and be like oh right okay so the fact that i could you know with women before i would always wait to it was safe to. I knew they liked me to like make a move and what they owe me. I was the first time where i was like. Oh no i like her. I'm gonna make the first. I'm gonna like ask her out. Even if had a weird way that like asked her out facebook but like it was a long time ago. Man doesn't nine babies. You did you poker did you hit. It was so funny though. Because like we but i will say this right now when you say that about being who you wanted to be kind of being you know we met right so we met at a time when you were like. I'm a comedian. Now and oh look. I'm meeting a girl in the comedy space. It's like okay. this is it. You know what i mean like. It was kind of in line with the community. You wanted to be a part of the part that career you wanted to pursue kind of worked in that way. I mean now langston chemistry and there was a thing where i'm like you listen to the commissioner like zipping your zaps but like you had like this fun night and i'm sure that was also part of that kind of like. Oh this is fun. We we have chemistry and you until you have chemistry with someone. You don't really realize how rare it is Oh shit all those other relations no offense to my other girlfriends but like i liked them but right. No i think that's one hundred percent. Sure i think that like you. And that's part of why these questions are so often difficult to answer is like i don't know i just didn't like them other ladies i. I don't have like a precise way of articulating. What the differences. But you know. I've spent time with a lot of great people who truly the vibe wasn't there and that's not a reflection of them being a bad people but they're probably not right or meet writing right but now you what i what i always love about your relationship what i find so interesting is like and i remember the very first time i saw. You do. stand up some brickland bar hunting. We were in the back of someplace real dinging but at the time. And you were. You were a substitute like you might have been visiting even new york at the time and you didn't live there but you're you're talking about being a substitute teacher. I used to be a full time teacher. Okay then okay. I was say substitute. And i wish i would have been able to sustain a life on doing sub word. That would solve so many of my problems but now i was a fulltime teacher. And that's probably true when we met i probably. I may not have been a fulltime teacher anymore. If i was visiting new york i was because i was living in boston. And at the time If i was like In new york. I was working more like A test. I was teaching kaplan class. Oh yes fifty. Sat prep in jeddah. I did that. Yeah i did. Sat's injuries yeah okay. Gre seems to because you're working with like adults than like reasonable human beings. Sat feels a little more depending on where they place you at least can be a real pain in the ass. It was just rough. Because like i also like i was trying to tell the students that like. I'm sorry that you have to take these tests. That they are not like i would. I would tell them the truth. These are standardized for like white upper middle class. People and i like you should not feel bad if you're not getting it i'm going to try to teach you some of the stuff bipolar. Don't beat yourself up because the ida very different instinct. I get your black ass in their goddamn test. No they did not. I worked cool teacher. I feel like you would at least a time when you were like teaching. What grade did you teach. I taught full-time ninth eleventh and twelfth grade english okay except for those. Those pests on tenth graders. I taught everybody. Were you cool. The kids like you. They did like me. I i think the thing you find out is you think you're cool and they kind of think you're cool but that's very temporary that at the point that you do something that they don't like you ain't a cool teacher anymore. You just ma fargo. They're talking shit about in the hallway all the cool teacher because they're younger than everybody else. Like twenty four. When i got my first teaching job and so i was younger and i looked more their age and i knew their references. We listen to the same music and shit like there was a bond in that sense. But then you assign a homework assignment and they don't do it and you give them my f- in their life that any really ain't cool leaves the naslund's like nah. I'm just. I'm just trying to make it through this dog not gonna let some sixteen year old. Who doesn't like reading ruin my life but we listen to kid sister. Yes like there's no bond here. We just happened to old enough. We might be in the same club but you're not so shut up stupid but when did you always know you wanted to be a comedian actor because you are married to a professional woman. She's a professional woman out here working. You know and. I think you've done well for yourself. Your book busy blessed but obviously it's a journey like was that always the intent when y'all got together were you like. Hey this is it. I'm going to need you to subsidize me for a little bit i. I had the good fortune of meeting her. After i had already kind of started doing stuff like i. I didn't meet nikki Broke met her sort of on the come up. I was still teaching the kaplan classes. But like i was like a few months out from the insecure pilot. Lifetime then you know adam devine in fucking The oscars like there were a few things that sort of followed that immediately affirmed the argument. I was making that..

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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"It now. Let me tell you what happens here because you did the live show nine hundred years ago but what happens here this version had. We're gonna talk a little bit about how you make love work then going to answer people's relationship questions because people out here struggling length his struggle. We're going to get your heart gonna get to the core we're gonna get we're gonna we're gonna drill like it's armageddon. That movie where they drilled into a they were drillers right. Wasn't that high. Don't know the premise. I think they were drillers. That then god sent to an asteroid in space because they were the best drillers a ragtag bunch of drillers. Who who only drink in fuck each other's wives but damn do they drill. Yeah like you see the executive being like well. They're drillers for the best drillers executive when they're the best watch. Michael clarke duncan walk in slow motion. You'll see able to. But i just i want this on record. We most cursed recording that. Oh my god. We're star-crossed wrote you. In april. I kept dropping the ball. And then mabel got sick and started peeing everywhere. The naomi got sick and started peeing everywhere. Let me say. I don't wanna put that much responsibility on you all that you you were very kind to skip over my antics. But i had one point was scheduled to record with you while i was in new york and the night before we had wrapped shooting on a pause was sam j and i went out. I'm usually behind the camera. I'm not doing anything. But i finally like went out drinking with them and left my backpack which included all of my lake. Oh my laptop. My sound equipment. Everything in it at a bar then went to that bar to recover it thinking. Oh yeah i'll get it. I'll show up. And i'll still be able to record with y'all it wasn't at that and then i spent like literally a day and a half trying to track down said backpack which i did eventually on god. Oh my where was it. A very kind person in the production of the show gathered everybody's drunken Like grow remaining things and brought them back to his house so hero true heroes along with the strength to carry all your shit. Do you wanna shout that person out right now on the pod. The wrong instinct. I we eventually fired. That person for unrelated things. I feel bad name is bruno. He's a lovely man. Saves my life and i would've kissed him on the mouth if it weren't cove it but otherwise he was going to get a pack battle smooch smooch. I was saying that my goal was really to get underneath. I said i wanna get a deal under the surface with likes to see if i can dig deep because you know i think of you is such a cool customer. You're cool customer. You're like look even when you talk like that excited likes yes. Maximum his peaked. Exactly why i think this is. This is my happy excitement. Excitement gets real high and everybody is very jarred. By the fact that i i lose my shit constantly on on my peers and my family. I'm a yeller at home. And that's bridge with my wife. I'm sure of it. what are you. That's very surprising. So you're yeller at home like what's the kind of stuff we talking like. What would trigger yell. How small if something will trigger a yeah like. I don't know that. I probably am exaggerating when i say i'm a yeller at home mostly because we're recording and i don't want this documented but i do think i think we one of the things that we argue about probably most often is my wife has attended c- to finish my thoughts for me like i'll i'll be saying thing and she'll be like yeah. You're saying this. I that'd be. I know that's not what i'm saying. I'm gonna say it the way i was gonna finish in. Let me get my idea on. She's like okay. Go ahead and then sometimes it is what she said and that makes me angry is just. we're communication. Yeah now does that to me. But it's more like she's just trying to like because i'm a little a little verbose languid with my speech Floored sometimes and she's like fucking wrap it up. I get where you're going. Come on get to the period. Yeah but it's like nah. I worked really hard on this sentence. Let me know what i mean. Yeah yeah. I didn't read the sars for nothing. We all know how huckleberry finn ends but let me tell my version saying yeah. I have a rafting trip to talk about. That is very racially sensitive. How did you and your wife meat. Because i also think she's a cool customer and by that. I mean like when y'all are very mellow she's like a little soft spoken meaning like she like you have to really listen. He's not here yelling for you. Hoes okay you have to release that you have to focus and then i'm just like i like your outfit. Will you be my friend. Hello dami mike. Well that's fine. That's what i'll take. I'll take it but she's a big fan of yours. I for mostly if that's clearing swoon. Her behavior shame on her because she loves your comedy loves you as a person that said We met through a mutual friend. Who i went to undergrad with and nikki did teach for america with and that person was then living in chicago. I went back home to visit my family. Nikki was visiting our friend. We hung out one night. Made out in the club and then I spent the next like three months trying to convince her to keep hanging out with me. Despite the fact that i was living in new york and she lived in baltimore. Wow i remember you. Guys were long distance and i didn't realize it was like that that you met separately but also how honestly that's all i ever wanted when i made out to bars for them to. Then how do. How did you know gesture that one night you were like. Oh i got to see her again Just like a fun time. You know what. I mean like would truly. It wasn't like i knew it wasn't like deep. I'm deeply in love with this person. At first sight. I simply must. 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"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

Couples Therapy

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Couples Therapy

"Well ladies and gentlemen open your hearts. Loosen your butts. It's time for couples therapy. Yeah this means they can both hang with. He's talking excellent impatient with brunches and cuddling to situations and conscious uncoupling from net flicks. Stable them hulu tech sex regret unusual. You everybody eating therapy dads you and welcome to couples therapy. My name is anne and naomi. We're real life couple real. A couple of comedians and couple's therapy. We answer a couple of questions from a couple of different listeners. Naomi we are flying high high baby butterfly in the sky. Bitch we are reading. Ray moded you want to know why because of our burn is the new jeopardy host right in reading rain but i bet you did because our sweet daughter bay belaid is cancer free. Yeah asset it remission. Re fan done. Don't remission shuhei. I wanna now. I want someone to stage a fiddler on the roof. Reboot what do you call revival reboot Set in oncology ward. that would be great absolutely. Yeah no we just. We just got back from the from her. Post chemo checkup. Yep yep they did. They didn't x-rayed ultrasound. They checked her. Every which way. And there's no sign of cancer. We don't go back for three months and that's it go. Every three months gave her lex rei make sure she's good everyone. We wish our baby girl a long remission. Okay and i really think it's possible ten years. Ten years tenure remission. She deserves it. But i mean my god. We get through a lot so this last couple of weeks netflix. Special done kholodov's copy done mabel cancer-free official official. Hey we got tested. Both of us are negative. Cova negative even after being in new york. So i'm telling you it's working out so we are at a good place. Fda love you just like. I did all i know is the first time i've been one was the first time. How many months in was that. Were you said it. I feel it at the same time. Yeah i felt it then also feel. Ibm whoa somebody loves me. That's i did. Remember after. I said i love you. Put on shades. And you did sing old time rock and roller wherever the fuck that risky business. Shit yup yup yup yup yup whatever. The risky business should speaking of risky business. I was hoping i was going to have a risky business this week. Because you had jury duty. And i thought it meant i was gonna be in the house by myself so i was gonna have like sad risky business where i did law dri and Order takeout every meal. You could still. That could still happen. It's just that with a los angeles jury duty. You have to call the night before you're on call basically the whole week. If we need a jury you come in right right. So i thought you'd sit there like because in new york at least did it. You sat there for like three days and then whether they called you you had done your time for another seven years. So that's what. I was hoping this would be now. I've never seen risky business. But isn't he doesn't. He turned his house into a brothel. Or something i kinda thing. That is what happens. Which is why. I called it like sad risky business. Because my wouldn't have that kind of entrepreneurship be being lazy. Open up you turn into a tick tock house. Is that the modern top. The modern risky business. God isn't that gross the freeze tick-tock house. But you know it's not grossly eddie when we get responses from our listeners reader response and we all follow ups we also love reader responses using are ours if you have if an episode helps you in some way. They love to know so now. Do you want to read this. This this for from our G mail account absolutely. Here's this wonderful tender letter high end. India i've been catching up on past episodes for a big dramatic reason. I'll get into and wanted to say. Thank you to both you and ricky lindholm for the episode. She was on ricky listening over the course of the first six months of this year. I bought my first house with my husband. Sold the house and got a divorce. Who has a busy six. My now ex dropped the bomb on me. Two months into having a house that he's actually been unhappy for a while and after one whole day of trying to talk through our issues. He said he wanted a divorce. This was completely out of the blue for me. There were honestly no real red flags. He apparently had a crippling inability to communicate and covered that. With the everything's fine mask. He truly did not appear to be that kind of unhappy. Getting my life together took a little time and finally listening to the episode with ricky. Last week gave me an incredible amount of peace. I couldn't figure out the words to describe what was so wrong about the man. My ex turned out to be. But ricky said it perfectly when she said you have to find someone who is not emotionally week. That couldn't recover from disappointment would make the week decisions and can't take care of themselves. It struck me to the point that i backed up and listen to that advice five times. I've finally saw. We actually is instead of the mask. I had falsely thought he was being able to define the underlying issue. Really helped me organize my feelings. I thank you both for all the great nuggets of wisdom. You shared along the way and for creating this place of funny. People sharing their troops and wisdom. I look forward to your new episodes and my brighter future. Hope- hopefully find someone in the future. Who actually misses this bit. Yes you yes you will. I am so proud of you. Aren't you just a proud. Yeah and i wrote back. And i was like. Hey do you wanna be anonymous. Do you want you know. And they said they're doing better now. They have like a support system. I love it. I love that that is a lot to go through a. You are within a day in day. Who's like i can't imagine. I can't imagine like i was well my therapist. I wasn't repressed. I was just watching my feelings from a distance so there were happening. I just wasn't expert. But like i can't even imagine i know i can't imagine but you know what it's a true blessing that this person finally showed you who they were. You know timing terrible part of somebody being trashed daytime. It's never gonna be great trash but honestly you're doing great. I'm so glad that ricky and by sending us could help leaves ricky. We were there at the table. Yeah we set the table. So i'm just a proud. It's so nice to know again that we do episodes that there are people listening right. You know we're not just talking to the void and we just love to be part of your world so truly honored feel like ariel the little mermaid right now and you know who is the prance from little mermaid okay. We like the segway. I've never seen the movie. There's a prince. I mean it's a disney surprise. Yeah why today's guest a troop rinse right. You're very right. Who's today's guest eddie. Today we're talking to lakes and kermit. Oh yes little powell. Vars you've heard is dulcet toads. You made a leg said from his standup comedy from his work. On pause with sam j from his work on the amazon showed the boys from his work on hbo insecure. I mean he's out here honey and he is still just wonderful in humble wonderful and humble and this is a real fun episode. So why don't we get into roll.

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Why Culturally Relevant Teaching Is Important

The Teachers Impact

02:11 min | 1 year ago

Why Culturally Relevant Teaching Is Important

"To this episode. Let's dive right into it. So one of the think about culturally responsive teaching. I define. It is being attuned and acknowledging students diverse backgrounds. Educating them with the lens that there heritage background and cultural assets are advantages and can enhance their education and having a worked in urban schools. I see that students already possess a genius within them because of their diverse backgrounds and because of the cultural assets that they bring to the classroom and it is up to me to us as the teacher or teachers to facilitate a nurture this genius within the children that we teach and i was made aware of this time and time again in my teaching i saw a second grade poetry lesson using a poem by langston us and the students were able to dissect and find hidden meaning within this boy without a lot of prompting. It'd be difficult for the students to have this kind of insight to have this kind of critical thinking but they were able to dissect it to break it down honest and understand it without me. Having to prompt them and realize how much of a genius students have when they can bring their backgrounds cultural assets their experiences to the classroom culturally responsive

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"langston" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"So yeah i just heard from him so he is on the way. It was a little tough day here. What he was saying actually over the sound of blocking engine in his brand new toyota. Tacoma god one. He wet beast mode on the truck purchase. And we need that because let's face it we're not just in the education business. We're not just in the podcasting business. We're in the construction business. I mean this is a really exciting venture lake sin. Tell me how you're feeling right now in me and i mean you know i i. I'm i'm surpri-. Oh this is a weird echo. That's coming in all my in ono were we to weakening down. We could teach a class on. You know this is every time there's a mistake now. I go well. this isn't a mistake. This as a teaching opportunity the chance to learn. I think eco- correction one on one with professor langston kerman. You know he's qualified to teach it. He's lived it. Buddy i've lived out. I'm living it our right now. And i hope i fixed it. I can't tell if i fix. I think it's solved sounds good. I think all soobee short class. This is why we do alive. We we've gotta learn together. This'll be this'll be short class Great sorry just got a text from my wife. oh no. She's not pissed one of those classic divorce texts. Yeah she's not pissed she said. I'm actually happy. I think is the best decision for both of us. They we should just you know. Let's get to know ourselves a little better. Let's do a big divorce. And i'm saying gotta think about it. I'm the padre now with langston. Just had a cool class idea. She's now figured out how to turn your echo down because that might that might actually be better than a divorce. Yeah she's and now she's typing and she saying. This is exactly why i want. You know why wanted divorce. I'm not interested in this. I've told you so he's tricky. I'll say that that found because this is really fascinating stuff. But it's so awesome to have you here Do you wanna talk a little bit about what you've been up to. I mean we're going to get into the class stuff that that we worked on together. We workshop that we workshop. Did you guys really gave me a lot of solid coaching. I think we solved it. You solve it and listen. It's out people people can hear it. It's called my mama told me and it wouldn't be what it is worth not for podcast university and all of the learnings that i sort of gathered here all of our alumni you know where so proud and we love to support them out in the world and soda here. Come on and say the name of your show and i. I can't wait to check this one out. It sounds really good. It's it's solid and and boy that i learn a lot. You know you you wanna be able to give back to these these universities and you guys have done a great job of of not calling every day and asking for more money you just let your your students and go out into the world and religious..

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"langston" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

"Evergreen clegg lawyer. Yeah into my podcast. It's called my mama told me it's about black people and conspiracy theories nicole has an episode or unfortunately you're not welcome on the ice but i've heard it's really good. Yes and it's silly and super-problematic so you can listen to that and it's it's with the big money players network and they want me to say that they're they're real emphatic about me telling you it's with the network in with With yes there you go inside. You did what your loved plug things. Ooh so farah says next week our episode is looking to be family funeral with. I mean i don't even know what so many movies okay. Well of course it's time for our five a lou yard second. She says it. Every week and i laughed. Every it's like. I always think i should pass it off to you and i go. I'm in fifteen times now and it's going to keep happening love it. So this one comes from ak big dogs nine hundred seven bad wigs and good times. I've been listening since star wars but the real mcu medina cinematic universe is my favorite season. So far nicole lawrence reaction these crazy hilarious and melodramatic. Movies are perfect in every way. You don't have to watch the movies to enjoy the show. If you aren't listening you should be thank you and this one comes from lord jesus one-two-three dinner date. I have listened to this from the beginning but this season got my girlfriend into it too and it's just brought us together so if you ever want to have a giant lesbian and a tiny lesbian cook you a home cooked meal and talk about the tyler perry empire. Please let me know we will pay you for your friendship. What an offer you guys. please write more. Reviews will pick mortar. read they have five stars. so don't we start time. What if any way to describe themselves as if someone looking your kitchen like is that if they pay me. I'll talk to them. I wanna know what they're gonna cook. That's my main concern. Well give us five stars Next time Thanks so much for everyone who has been doing that. And we'll be back next week with what family funeral gonna be good okay.

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"langston" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer

"Okay. This is the twelfth episode of our third season of newcomers. We're working our way through tyler. Perry body of work for the first time with the help appearing scholars super fans and sometimes people who've contributed this season is fifteen episodes. So there's literally no way we can get just no way. There's i mean. I would literally be doing this for twenty hours a day so we wouldn't be. It would take much longer than at the combination of time. It's taken tyler. Perry to make all of these things watch so we can say that we have experienced another film within the medea cinematic universe it's medina's witness protection from two thousand twelve and we'll be watching more movies and tv shows in the weeks to come before we jump into that any final thoughts on the ruthless pilot from last week that we watch. I'm i still sam by. It was not as exciting as the oval or the other movies. We've watched. But i did watch the second episode to see who sent me the picture. Yeah the like whatever guy the head of the colts. It was so disappointing. You're like he lives in a world market like it was it was truly like they went to world market and they were like. We're not gonna buy stuff. We just wanna shoot in world market so hard. I don't wanna watch that show ever again. But i do. Oh yeah the highest the highest. I do need to watch The oval and i know you're watching the oval. And i'm really jealous you posted in your instagram story that there was a beheading on the ovilla which is unsolved be heading. The first daughter throws herself out of a moving car. That's going to miles an hour and then the first lady goes. This bitch really jumped out of that car. That bitch jumped out of the car. And i was like. That's your response to your daughter jumping a moving car. The it's perfect. I love it so much. And then the way they clean up this beheading. Flip the mattress. And that's not. You can't do that. You gotta get a brand new mattress. It's like it's like the woman from the pilot right that he's she's like your horace yes they said i get a plus one then. Her head is just sitting in the bed. makes it up like what. Why did he pick it up. Like didn't he think it was connected to her body and he was going to like hold her like what is happening. He thought he was going to kiss her. And i in the world that we have made it like up to kiss pigs there. He's like No one's scores out everywhere he's covered in blood and then kyle who's trying to become like the head of the secret service. Guess he comes in. He's like i. I don't clean this up. What did you take. And he's like some molly and then he throws away this huge plate of cocaine. And i guess molly as like you gotta save that for another time and a president is walking like his because he picked up a dead woman's head and then they toss her head in this laundry basket. And i was like tyler you what but see. This is a pisses me off. Because i knew that happened in the oval from your stories and then i was excited for this movie on. This movie does not deliver in any of those ways. Which we we've been getting used to. How crazy all of these are shows so well before we get into it. So medina's witness protection is available on. Hbo max you can record it on filo and you can also watch it for a fee on apple tv. Google pay and voodoo spoil. It so watch it. I if you care about that But i think we were both disappointed by madonna's reduction and we've been we've been loving every so because i want to hear what he thinks about this i we we have been so into the season so far and i was like. I was feeling pretty excited to watch. My friend even was like. Oh that's a good one. And i don't know how i feel. That's big dipper saying he likes this one. We can't trust dipper saying that. This is good too. I truly now. I'm questioning anytime. he said. Anything has been good well. His taste is questionable. Which i would love to discuss with him at a further point we he. He likes to watch bad stuff. You so i mean he's he fits right in but let's bring our guest out. I want to hear it. Our guests things about this show were so excited. It's langston kerman. Langston median writer. Actors was appeared on series including insecure and south side. He currently hosts the podcasts. My mama told me for big money players network. I heart radio so welcome langston An exciting yes langston. Thank you so much for being here. Let's get into it. Have you watched any tyler. Perry before i head and i actually vowed never to do it again. You all forced me to know so far is in force me to ask. I had made a firm stance in my life. That like. I'm gonna get that. Toxic man out of here is our like nope. You're going to do it for a bit long running doing over the course of a season. So would you seen before. If you remember i believe my my last straw was daddy's little girls. I finally put my foot down hours like if this is the best he can do. I'm out. yeah we like that one. That was going to say. I think it's his most. I think at least critically acclaimed film is the one that i think stands stands on the firmest ground is far as being considered a film industry. That is true. I think that's true. But i but i also think that movie had like a lot of weird. There's always a surprise raped or that wasn't a radio. You know accusation like that one was our first you dip into that sort of thing dramatic. No no ha ha funny. It's not really yourself the top to herself in a very serious thank top. That's the shift that tyler perry sort of creates his his union. So had you seen this witness protection movie. Before i had not i i was not going to see it. I in fact was was devastated to find out how many people consented to be a part of this project. What are your initial thoughts on witness protection. Well i think I think there's a part of me that wants to believe he tried his best. And then i know that's not true. You know what i mean like. I didn't put his best foot forward. I i was excited. That romeo miller is finally getting his his just do it was heartbreaking to see what would point eugene levy head sort of sunk to in his career. That was so confusing to me. Because i thought eugene levy would definitely elevate this movie whatever it was gonna be. I was like it'll be really funny when he's doing his thing him interacting with medina. I thought it'd be funny. We tend to like media show. But but i was like i. He didn't even get a chance even in the bloopers i was like. There's not enough silliness happening. There's there's no it isn't like the freedom to play really felt like you know one thing we've learned by doing the show. Is that like tyler. Perry works extremely fast. Fooding full movies in eight days like aps made a full series of television which is insane full movie in eight days. You all have been in plenty of films you know. That films are are months months at a time. It is shooting entire film..

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"langston" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"langston" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Here with Sally Langston, Who's a private detective? Her own private detective Agency of Viper Private Detective agency now, Okay, So, Sally, some someone comes to you and says, I think my wife is cheating on me. What are the tools that you have is a private investigator that you can use to make a determination as to whether or not that's true? Well, you know, Every case is different. You know that for me listening to the client Lot of detective Don't listen to my clients. I like to get into Just asking all the right questions. You know? What have they been up to? What's changed? What's going on? I do have tools. I have GPS tracking it don't play in the gray area. There's always the contract involved with me. Um, I'm not going to be going and putting it on just anybody's car. You have to own that vehicle. So, uh, I've been in the business over 20 years and, uh, not going to break any laws or lose my license over it. So We know I know you know this, but we can't really play with anything as far as audio video is is open. A lot of clients asked me to look and peer in people's windows. That is natural Egal. Um it's cute because people are just like, Yeah, I don't I don't you I don't care. Just be. Just just shove that camera in there and I'm like I can't do it. You know, it's funny because I did work at a time where I was able to film inside windows and it was you had to be so many feet on a public property s o money feedback and the cameras were so good. You know you were able to get that stuff inside the windows. Much of your time to be a private detective. Now it Z like you're Ah, sluice your back to the old days, knocking on doors. It's not as easy as it used to be. And the laws protect people's privacy to some degree, unless you're in a place that You know, you don't have that expectation of privacy like an opening a restaurant or somewhere outside, But you know, you bring up a really good point. People think I'm just going to tap the phone or I'm going to record his conversation. And that's not legal. But it is legal to videotape without consent. Which is true. It's pepper, you know, like in a bathroom, sure, but right, but that audio, it's you. I mean, Illinois has some of the strictest rules and it is a two person complies. So both parties have to be aware for it to be legal. And a lot of people will come to me and say, Oh, look, I have this tape that I made of my husband talking to me, and first of all, it was a crime to have done it and I can't use it in court because the judges won't hear it because it's illegally obtained. So even if you have it, you're not gonna be able to use it. And I tell my clients and sure you do, too. Don't do anything illegal. Because if you're at odds with a human being like your spouse, what happens if he calls the police who tells his lawyer that you've been doing this? And now you could be the one in trouble, right? That's exactly right. I had a funny case where I was following someone, and, um, I used to call the clients when I got something good. And, uh, I had been outside a house and had told on Well, what about your husband has brought his girlfriend She because family's house and this is just crazy. They're having dinner, right? Oh, my God. Oh, my God. And then all of a sudden, you know, like an hour later, I'm videotaping. You know, I'm not video chipping at that moment, but this woman pulls up brothers. The house grabs the girl by their rights or down the crushed. I'm like, Oh, my God. That's my client! I am not here. Yeah. Crazy stuff happened some surveillance emotions. They're so high, and you really have to be careful. We really have to be careful out there. People are doing some crazy things. Yeah, And that's the thing that you know you watch those shows the cheaters or whatever. I mean, I actually have a hard time watching those shows because even though it is kind of amusing to watch all this drama played out it really people are people are in pain and at the worst time of their life there. Being videotaped in that pain, and it's you know, it is hard to watch because it's their life. It's not. It's not funny to them. Obviously. Definitely, um, infidelity cases. I get a lot of calls about. You know, girlfriend boyfriends, and I don't do that. I only do legal cases with attorneys on 100% with an attorney and I will work with any client. That hat is going through a divorce. But mainly my best cases are Um Help protect the Children of a divorce. Which child custody. Um, I still receive phone calls Christmas cards with pictures of how happy to families are today. It's very rewarding work. And and that that is that is rewarding work, and there's a lot of that tour. People come to me and they say, you know, I want sometimes it's a man who says I'm afraid someone's gonna accuse me of doing something with my Children. So can I. Videotape. Can I have cameras here and you know, I want to catch my my wife screaming at me. So can I put a audio too? You know all of that kind of stuff and you gotta be very careful. I imagine right giving them advice what you can and cannot do. Yes. I mean, a lot of things can backfire on you like I was just telling you, Um you know, if you're if you're open and honest with someone, and you just don't know how it will be perceived in a court Aziz. You know, judges are very 50 15. They could follow the law are they don't even have to They can they can choose to listen to that audiotape. Uh, and use it. So it's really hard to know what's gonna happen in the divorce case. I, but I stay. I don't play with that grain and I just don't like it. No, no, I'm just curious about this. I know people are on dating app. So all of the time is there some way to determine quickly whether somebody you're in a relationship with is in on on a dating app are on all the dating app store. Some of them. Is there some quick way to do that. Well, if you guys use the same credit card, Yeah, sure, Crazy..

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Dallas-Fort Worth Representative Ron Wright Dies After Contracting COVID-19

TIME's Top Stories

01:00 min | 1 year ago

Dallas-Fort Worth Representative Ron Wright Dies After Contracting COVID-19

"Texas republican u s representative ron. Right had battled health challenges over the past year including lung cancer treatment as died more than two weeks after contracting covid nineteen. His office said monday. He was sixty seven. Right died. Sunday spokesman matt langston said. He said he did not know the cause of death but right and his wife. Susan had been admitted to a dallas hospital in the previous two weeks after contracting covid nineteen right announced in january that he had tested positive for the virus. He was also hospitalized. Last year over treatment for lung cancer complications despite years of painful sometimes debilitating treatment for cancer. Ron never lacked the desire to get up. And go to work to motivate those around him or to offer fatherly advice. His office said in a statement right represented the sixth congressional district in the dallas fort worth area. He was first elected in two thousand

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Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry

Encyclopedia Womannica

06:27 min | 1 year ago

Storytellers: Lorraine Hansberry

"Today's storyteller was a playwright and activist. Who stories centered. African american working class families despite tragically short career. She became the first black woman to have a play produced on broadway half a century later her work remains one of the most celebrated snapshots of black struggles and black joy. Here's the story of lorraine hands berry lorraine hands berry was born on may nineteenth nineteen thirty on the south side of chicago. Her father carl. Augustus was a prominent figure. Within the city's black community having founded one of the first african american banks growing up lorraine and her three older siblings played host to a number of famous people including langston hughes. Wabc boys duke ellington and olympic gold. Medalist jesse owens. Despite their middle class status and cultural connections the hands berries were still subject to chicago's deeply ingrained. Housing segregation agreements known as restrictive covenants were widespread throughout the city. White property owners could collectively agree not to sell to african americans. This practice created a ghetto known as the black belt which ran through the south side when lorraine was eight years old. Her father secretly bought a home. In one of the so-called restricted heads in nineteen thirty seven when the family moved in a white mob attacked a brick was thrown through the window narrowly missing lorraine the local homeowners association filed an injunction for the hands berries to vacate lorraine her siblings were chased spat and beaten during their walks to and from school the supreme court of illinois doubled down on the legality of the restrictive covenant. And the hands. Berries were forced out of their home eventually the. Us supreme court overruled this ruling on a technicality. Thirty blocks subsequently opened up to black families across the south side while this ruling and the hands fight did not outlaw restrictive covenants. It did signal. The beginning of the end for the practice lorraine attended. Chicago's englewood high school where she became interested in theatre. She initially attended the university of wisconsin. Where she cut her teeth with the communist party but left after two years in one thousand nine hundred fifty lorraine moved to new york to be a writer by nineteen fifty one lorraine had found a home in harlem and began socializing with many of the great thinkers who had once visited her family back in chicago. She started writing for paul robeson freedom a progressive newspaper at a protest against racial discrimination at new york university lorraine met robert number off a jewish writer. They married at her family home in chicago. In nineteen fifty three in nineteen. Six robert co wrote the hit song. Cindy oh cindy it's prophets allowed lorraine to stop working to focus on writing. She began developing a play that she initially called. The crystal stair langston hughes poem mother to son she would later changed the name to a raisin in the sun. This too was from a langston hughes poem called harlem. What happens to a dream deferred. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun or faster like a sore and then run a raisin in the sun centers on a black working class family in chicago south side as they try to improve their financial situation. The patriarch of the family has died and a ten thousand dollar insurance payout is imminent they the money to buy a house in the cheaper all white neighborhood nearby to they use it to invest in a liquor store and education lorraine based many of the characters on the families who rented from her father and with whom she attended high school the cast safer one character was entirely black lorraine was in her twenties and the play itself dealt with racism life in chicago's black belt and the pain of assimilation into white culture topics that were considered risky for the predominantly white theater. Going crowd it took over a year to raise enough money to put the play up. When it debuted in nineteen fifty-nine a raisin in the sun was the first play written by a black woman to be produced on broadway and the first to be led by an african american director lorraine was twenty nine years old. The play was an almost instant. Hit the new york drama critics circle named it. The best play of the year just five months after its broadway debut arisen in the son of in london's west end in nineteen sixty one. A film starring much of the original cast was released and several of the actors received golden globe. Nominations perhaps the most important element of the play success was that entailing box stories. Lorraine also make theater accessible and previously unimaginable ways as the writer. James baldwin noted. I had never in my life seen so many black people in the theater and the reason was that never before in the entire history of the american theatre had so much of the truth of black people's lives and seen on the stage. Black people had ignored the theatre because the theatre had always ignored them lorraine would go on to finish in stage. Just one other. Play the sign in sidney bruce. Deans window about a jewish intellectual the play which explored themes of homosexuality and the bohemian lifestyle. Debuted to mixed reviews in nineteen sixty four. It ran for just over one hundred performances closing on january twelfth. Nineteen sixty five. That's same day. Lorraine hanbury died of pancreatic cancer. She was thirty four years old. After lorraine's death. Her ex husband robert had several of her plays produced posthumously to be young gifted and black became an autobiographical work. Drawing on lorraine's letters interviews and journal entries the title came from a nineteen sixty four speech of lorraine's when she spoke to the winners of a united negro fund writing competition. She said speech though. It be thrilling marvellous thing to be merely young and gifted in such times it is doubly so w dynamic to be young gifted and black

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Washington DC learning center uses art therapy to help children impacted by gun violence

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC learning center uses art therapy to help children impacted by gun violence

"With gun violence, and it's ramped up during the pandemic was saying this young voices one of the Children taking part in an after school program turned full day learning pod at the Langston Lane Apartments in D. C. Betray Ron Center is using art therapy to help local Children impacted by gun violence Center president and founder Ryan Nickens in a video about the program. They are almost vulnerable Children, and when things happen, we don't always engage them. In the more serious conversations. The Children meet with therapists at the nonprofit with a focus on giving them outlets to encourage grief, processing and healing. Every bonked W T OBY news coming up after traffic and weather. We're going to talk with an Alexandria and they never about the

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Bowser names Contee new Washington DC police chief

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Bowser names Contee new Washington DC police chief

"Against a national search for a new police chief for the city and W T. O P has learned that she will name Robert Conti to replace Peter Newsom. The 48 year Old County is now an assistant chief in charge of the homicide unit. He's been on the force for 31 years, joining as a cadet while he was still in high school. He sees Attorney General Karl Racine telling W. T O P. He's pleased with the mayor's pick the native Washingtonian who understands the District of Columbia. And I think really has a firm grasp of, you know of the community on D trust the community, and I think the community trust him as well. Conti grew up in the Carver Langston neighborhood of Northeast Washington during the crack coat crack cocaine error of the late 19 eighties. He's has said he witnessed police using brute force during that time. Karima

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Boston's Black Nativity Celebrates 50 Years

Radio Boston

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Boston's Black Nativity Celebrates 50 Years

"Black nativity is celebrating fifty years in boston. This weekend written by langston hughes. It's a gospel song. Play that re imagines the story of the nativity by placing it in an early twentieth century. Black neighborhood so he's talking about the in like the hotel and the he has characters who talking behind the back of the management about how cruel they were to turn away a woman who was about to have her child. The boston show is the longest running production of black nativity. In the united states and edmund buried gaither says this year they were planning a season long celebration gaithersburg involved in every productions since one thousand nine hundred seventy and is now in charge is the director of the national center for afro american artists. We would be getting and congratulating each other. It's the context of the virus. Most of that has just disappeared and we have had to think about how to reinvent ourselves. Based on what's possible gaither says the celebration will instead be a virtual gala saturday night celebrating joy love and hope it will pay tribute to the productions legacy and chart the next fifty years we have over a long history faced a lot of difficulties and we are still here so we are our president evidence of survival so let us draw on the strength that has seen as through previous stresses to give us the hope in courage to get through this one and let black nativity be part of what sustains.

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Baby Found in Crashed Car After Person Shot, Killed in Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Baby Found in Crashed Car After Person Shot, Killed in Washington DC

"Driver of a car carrying a baby was shot dead this afternoon in Northeast D. C. D. C. Police say a man was driving on 21st Street near the city's Carver Langston neighborhood when he was struck by gunfire and crashed his car into a pole. This happened just after four o'clock this afternoon. Police say a baby was found in the car. The child was not hurt. No word on any suspects at this time or details coming as we go through the evening on double d t o p.

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The Harlem Globetrotters

The Past and the Curious

09:20 min | 2 years ago

The Harlem Globetrotters

"The Savoie ballroom was a jewel of jazz age. Chicago theatre opened in the nineteen twenties just before people in the United States were hit by the Great Depression which left many Americans poor and hungry throughout the difficult time. The Savoie was a place to find joy on the south side of Chicago. The building was regularly filled with residents from the largely African American neighborhood. Who gathered to dance to some of the biggest stars of the day count basie Duke Ellington Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong? Were just a few of the people who banged out. Tunes as people jibed across the giant DANCEFLOOR. Dancefloor was so big that it actually doubled as a basketball court for the Savoy. Big Five in the late. Nineteen twenty s the five-man team hosted games to fill the slow nights in the ballroom. A young man in cab. Calloway would sometimes seeing during halftime but back then basketball wasn't very popular people cared about contests like horse racing and boxing baseball. Not The five on five game that depended on getting a ball through a hoop. It was a long way from the sport. We know much slower and much lower scoring than today. This team from Chicago would eventually work to change that. But they're Savoie audience could never have guessed how at some point. There was a dispute among the players of the Savoie five and they broke up. Three of them led by Tommy. Brooklyn's start a new team and rename themselves. The globetrotters it was an era of barnstorming. And when not at the Savoy they set out from Chicago to tour the Mid West region of America there were no organized leagues of teams and players in the Nineteen Twenties and thirties. Instead semi professional teams would travel from town to town and earn money playing teams from whatever town they were in sometimes. Businesses might have a team of employees so a barnstorming team like the globetrotters might play against some guys who had spent the whole day assembling cars canning vegetables or even driving taxi caps. Other Times barnstorming might play a team made up of members of a religious group. The House of David. Those guys never shaved so they played basketball with beards down to their bellies. Making James Harden's beard look like a five o'clock shadow soon. A young Jewish immigrant named Abe Sapper. Steam entered the picture with the globetrotters. Abe was a terrible basketball player but his other skills were valuable. He knew a lot of people who did bookings and many of these towns and more importantly he had a car these five teammates and their manager. Abe would pile into his model t like sardines attend camp and hit those cold slick winter roads. It was the nineteen twenties and they understood that random people in random midwest towns might be surprised to find that all five members of the team coming to play their local guys were African Americans. There were very few professional sports comprised of African Americans at this point so they decided to alter their name to help people know what to expect at the time. The most notable and best all black basketball team was known as the Harlem rent which was short for the Harlem Renaissance in the Nineteen Twenties and early thirties. The New York neighborhood of Harlem was an epicenter of black culture and it was a time referred to as the Harlem Renaissance. People knew about these incredible artists and musicians. Who lived there along with the writers like Langston Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston so the globetrotters who were very much from Chicago? Ask themselves how do we make ourselves sound dignified worldly and clearly a team of African Americans the Harlem Globetrotters? Will it matter that? We're not from Harlem that we've never tried it around the globe new super nope cool. Let's pile into a small unheeded car and go beat some people in basketball and they did just that it was remarkable. How good they are. They beat nearly every team from Wisconsin. Illinois Iowa anywhere else they went then they pile back into the car and head on down the road to the next game throughout the nineteen thirties. The team built up quite a reputation. They might have been the best basketball team in the world. No one agrees on how the famous tricks came into the game. A popular explanation is that they'd slip into the fun and flashy dribbles and drives after they safely put plenty of points on the board against their opponent. This did several things one it entertain the audience. Once the actual threat of competition was gone. No one wants to watch a blowout so a fun. Show of tricks kept the locals entertained but also no one wants to watch their local fellas get trounced a group from the city coming in and wiping the home team can really anger a local audience and the Harlem globetrotters new. This trick plays would thrill any crowd and win them over. The focus slowly became not about the final score but about how much fun it was to watch these incredible athletes and their astonishing an often humorous approach to the game. I we win. And then we cloud Abe Saperstein once said now most people agree that the real clowning didn't start until a man named goose. Tatum joined the team. Goose was an incredible athlete. Who could put the basket ball through the hoop with ease? But he also had a keen eye for comedy he found inspiration and funny movies and carefully watched the acts of clowns and other entertainers his favorite gags would show up on the basketball court. Sometimes goose would tiptoe over and pretend to spy on the opposing team's huddle all while making sure the audience in on the joke other times he'd hand the refs at trick ball after a timeout upon dribbling the ball. The referee grow angry because the ball never bounced back up. It just plopped devoid of air on the ground. Sometimes goose would disappear from the court altogether while the game continued only to be found in the audience eating popcorn. He even had a bit where he would pretend to be knocked unconscious on the court. The refs in his teammates would try everything to wake him up. But no amount of shaking or poking prodding would open his eyes. It was only the smell of his own Stinky Shoe. That would get him back up on his feet again. Much to the disgust delight of the audience in Nineteen forty-eight Abe Sapper Stein was with a friend who just so happened to own a basketball team called the Minnesota Lakers. The Lakers were the best team in the brand new professional basketball league which would soon become known as the NBA. The League did not allow black players on any of their teams regardless of League affiliation and regardless of the color of the player skin each man believed his team was the best in the world. They'd never meet in a league as it was so the natural solution was to stage an exhibition game between the Lakers and the globetrotters. It didn't seem so to the men at the time but game between an all white. Nba team and an all. Black semi pro team would prove monumental. Eighteen thousand people came out to watch which was easily twice. As many people as most professional basketball games would attract the time. And despite the fact that the Lakers star center who stood six speed and ten inches tall was seven inches taller than anyone else. On the court. The globetrotters one on a last second shot. It was a powerful moment. The next season those Lakers would go on to win the National Championship. But when they played the Harlem globetrotters a second time for a second exhibition between the two teams. The globetrotters came out on top yet again. The following year the NBA ended segregation and three of those same Laker Whooping Harlem globetrotters Chuck Cooper Nat Clifton and hang designee. Became three of the I four African Americans to join the League and play professional basketball. This was nineteen fifty three years. After Jackie Robinson had broken the color barrier in baseball the globetrotters still continue their entertaining shows today. Keeping the spirit of barnstorming alive. They get a lot of credit for how they support communities and bring joy to so many and educate kids about health. But it's easy to forget about how important they were in integrating professional basketball. They now tour and play with just one team often known as the Washington generals according to most sources the globetrotters have beaten the generals over sixteen thousand times. How many times have they lost though? That question is harder to answer. But it's just a few. The most recent globetrotter loss was way back in one thousand nine hundred seventy one when both teams lost track of the score when clock expired. The generals were ahead. That was not supposed to happen. And people expected the GLOBETROTTERS TO WIN. And it's usually agreed that they will today. It's all about the show the fun and the love of basketball not the competition. This is what made that loss. So shocking reports from nine hundred. Seventy one SE. The stands were filled with silent shocked faces and even a few crying children. Luckily it's been smiles for all since then

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"langston" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

20:10 min | 3 years ago

"langston" Discussed on Never Seen It

"Still like holds like the RBI recor some shit yeah and he was the most racist man his lawyer Caleb sign has really funny joke about if he was racist and they call it captain move away a short term memory loss that that is not fifty first date apart hey I don't know this that was comedian seemed love this movie goon which is it a good movie haven't seen it preyed on by shape shifting evil clown um so that is anyways baby it follows follows no thought on the first thing then you set it like you were so sure that's right and looked at me to tell you it was right Bobby Duke part of this now okay Baba Dukes not a clown no depression but it's a shape shift initiative okay shape shifting clown it feels right yeah I don't feel I feel Oh strongly about it yeah and tell me the beginning again while on a carefree cross-country escapade through Mexico with a gorgeous older woman carefree cross country trip through Mexico with a gorgeous older woman who goes out with older ladies isn't that that movie were where she he's being seduced by Mrs Robinson the graduate the graduate ooh that'd be a good one network just watched the graduate better mash up than with this ends up being okay are you ready we're looking for it to Mama Tambien Oh fuck you the why do so many you know it was a lizzy no fan of yours all right makes him replace go build the perfect movie how it works works is you guys will try and build the perfect movie you combine two movies from the category I give you to get as close to one hundred percent rotten tomatoes scores possible without going over prices right rules apply or combining percentages combining to percentages as close to one hundred without going over a take turns and Langston you'll be I in you guys are trying to make the purpose perfect Nicholas Cage movie oh that's pretty good okay here we go Nicholas Cage think strategy you WANNA go hi low low high mid mid I am going with ooh conair let's go connie I'm thinking that's in the middle now you're going to need a low one now I think I think so I think there should be a middle the thing that I'm finding is no one the nineties are such a crapshoot for whether movies we like we appreciate action he's now so they tend to do pretty well if they're pretty good but late eighties through the nineties it's it's sort of like everyone kinda hated a lot of the critics or audience critics for your movie as so few reviews it doesn't have it we will go off audience score on air there are a lot of them yes so this is just turn right now I pick now you pick your Nicholas Cage Oh wait and then I'll tell you but I'm trying to come up with one that will add to his one hundred competition okay so what did you pick con air I thought you had to pick two you will you'll pick one now okay and then we'll review the scores assist got him listen now I get it I'll go national treasure ooh critically everyone loves nationals because I got my low score in my short oh national treasure to okay so we're looking this up wow Okay Lincoln Your First Movie Pitkanen or you're a fifty five percent I knew it was right in the Middle Kenny national treasure forty six percent oh y'all were on the same team that is almost perfect I noticed national treasure would have done better I think it's a great movie because I was coming in less I was coming alot next now I can all right Kenny since our no Langston you have the higher number you'll pick I you'll where he signed her as close to it as you can remember that Kenny is at forty six so I need to get.

"langston" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

16:26 min | 3 years ago

"langston" Discussed on Never Seen It

"The news stories that you need to know join me Gabriel Sunday for the Sunday show it's like the New York daily with full-blown musical numbers got some some violent letting these drugs marijuana's Coleman politics could train the chickens out wherever you get your podcast go the Sunday show Sundays sometimes Mondays Onstar Burns Audio in a world where every conversation is about what movie or TV show you just see this is never seen it comedians rewriting famous movies and TV shows they've never seen hey everybody today episode Superfund Langston Kerman is back remember Langston previously had never seen scarface he's been in here with us a few times Langston has never seen field of dreams and and so he wrote it we read links and script were also joined by Kenny deforest once again and it's a great time he kind of nails it I have seen field of dreams I've been to the field of dreams played baseball there and like some kind of nail I it's fun so great script never seen field of dreams and so here it is but let's let's do this never seen it I'm your host Kyle it's the podcast where I've comedians rewrite famous movies and TV shows they've never seen before returning to the studio having never seen field of dreams Langston Kerman fuck yea we have gone G. rated since last freaky and I g that's still a little like I don't I don't know where the line is also back in the studio Kennedy Forest Hey good to be back baby any grew up in Springfield Missouri assume you've seen field of dreams Oh my God we had it on Vhs as a kid I've seen it probably meant a lot to you boy I was thinking about Kevin cost Sner when you sent the options and then when we decided feel dreams how all of Kevin Costner's movies are these weird isolated Oscar bait movie is that never turned into a franchise yeah he really takes big swings really goes for it and it did I pays off everyone even the title the title of the heavies the titles of his movies all sound like young adult fiction waterworld field of dreams this could all be twilight dances with wolves twilight Oh yeah his his Robin Hood is awful it's so funny because at that point he's so famous that they're like he's like I don't really want to do a British accent Oh yes fine uh-huh Loxley and he's like hey what's up John Hey Kevin you might try now no not GonNa do that anymore I'm going to be honest is I don't think I've watched many Kevin Costner films in general i WanNa Cup I wanted no nothing I'm trying to think the Highwayman was that when they came out on Netflix they pushed it was the most boring I have never seen a move I love nothing nothing happens in the movie give me a movie about paperwork I wish she lived in. JFK that's I WANNA move I've never seen that movie where nothing happens in the highway men who literally so little happened I turned it off now yeah it's it's a lot of walking around he's like he's got like a country band on this side does he really Kevin Costner yeah and he was the band called Oh damn what is it called it's something it sounds like a title of one of his movies are big enough band to have their own section in his wikipedia never mind no Here we go adventures it's called guitars with Kevin Kevin Costner and Modern West Virginia Kevin Costner Movie album called untold truths also sounds like an album that or a movie would have been in Weil let's play that underneath field of dreams well let's Blake Costner's trying to get it on spotify they just can't get over their vowed yet right sign up on that website to get his royalties but he doesn't Kevin Costner Dot com anymore I already out there called what are they called a modern West okay we'll play that in the background so never seen all the dreams we'll talk a little bit about I've been there while the field the field of dreams word they're playing a game there next year the Yankees are playing I had no idea this was a real place taste and I'll tell you everything I know about field of dreams after wait so is the movie based on a true story or did the field of dreams come after the movie are you asking if the movie is based on a true story where real ghosts well I don't know I'm looking at up to grab some field of dreams instruments but if you want to we're just gonNA throw there's no way we get in trouble for playing the music from famous killing each other music for from and inspired by Hatfield mccoys. Great what do I need here maybe MARACAS this feels right I'm GonNa go with this aren't however you want to cast it up Lincoln is oh that's right I got a cast you sons rich's I'll be playing the eggs because it takes place on a farm I'll thank you I would love if the eggs are going to help with the transitions between Ghosts okay so that would be like we're now going to side of the UCLA. Yeah okay I'm real excited why don't Kyle it's let's put you as Kevin Thank you seem like a good Kevin while that's nothing personal to you can they because congratulations my friend you're going to be Albert uh-huh wide enough for Kevin you kyle I'll take Jasper out L. handled Jasper and then Kyle you're going to be muskie okay as well be sound like the rest of the band members in Kevin awesome and modern modern over muskie on the drunk you're not going to be muskie because that's going to get complicated Kenny you're taking Muskie and you're GonNa Take Danny I'm Dante Muskie and Albert yeah the chipmunks and Kyle you're going to be some one congratulations on that and ever refer to me through that title and Kenny you're going to be mothers well okay it's one line from other Albert Muskie Danny and mother yeah all right cool I'm sorry that there's so many parts we gotta fill them see how many were in the movie all right let's whenever you're ready sure I should say that you know Jordan Jordan what's his name who wrote it's gone would get out Jordan Peele. He spent seven years on his film yeah I spent less on this the field of dreams. Okay this when people will hear written by Langston Carmen and literally no one else ever Exterior Cornfield Middle America Day a confident strong job white man stands in a clearing surrounded by tall stalks of corn his hair is just okay in his body is nothing to write home about the kind of man who was really handsome for the nineteen nineties and no one and no other integration after just fails targeted Kevin Costner Kevin Costner or Kevin Sorbo or nine Ninety two sexiest man alive nick note that really happened anyway he does off a pitcher's mound and then stares at his homemade baseball field it's clear that he's invested a lot of time into making this field perfect much more than he's invested in his wife and child they miss him and that child is very hungry. Oh yeah a bitch did his suddenly an ominous wind blows and the sound of God or a corn river you build it they will come as Kevin Spins around trying to see where the voices coming from he suddenly sees a man approaching from the instance he's squinting his eyes because he doesn't have glasses and he spent all his money on making baseball stuff despite being well into his forties with no problems still as the strange figure slowly approaches his dumb old is widened with shock and delight Holy Shit you're right young man Albert Sweet Tooth mcmurphy they say you were the fastest base her nineteen ninety-six ever saw still the fastest runner anyone ever saw Albert suddenly starts running around the bases he's not very fast at all takes almost an entire three minutes around all of the bases it's a little hard to watch after what seems like an entire caches song later Albert finally slides through home he stands to his feet breath covered uh three before Kevin can respond there's another gust of wind and suddenly another shadowy figure Roaches holy cow your Jasper Skyrocket Nelson Jasper spits tobacco and then smiles in new flesh my dad used to tell me stories about you he said your pitches were so fast they were undetectable by the human eye yeah baseball scientist wants came to a game and predicted my fastball reached is fifty nine miles per hour say fifty nine what's the matter son never heard of a pitch that can go as fast as Buick Skylark no it's it's not the one that I had never broke the sound barrier say as anyone ever come close to matching my old record I doubt it actually most well nourished teenagers nowadays could Out of nowhere Kevin feels a tap on his shoulder turns around and is now standing face to face with the very stout very pudgy man who is smoking a cigar and who is extremely large extremely pronounced breasts like the he's breasts are really big they're the kind of breasts that are hard not to talk about not because it's a sexual thing but more because they seem obstructive in almost unfair have to carry around I'm sorry are you muskie sisters the Ma'am Winks Kevin can just call him wash they hit some homers muskie swings a bat back and forth fan of you in men in black the he asks for some Sugar Kevin Spacey's off of those big floppy Kevin can't take the Greek flag they're bouncing around like crew fitted bedsheets filled with mayonnaise. I mean I guess I'm actually more worried about your back onto and a lot of pain job or pay her on a boat he dipped barbecue ribs and melt and who's going to die before the age of fifty from what doctors describe as daddy they made my stomach hurt this isn't turning out the way I imagine suddenly Kevin here's another voice from behind and he turns the now see a much more hands of much more athletic man than any of the rest this guy looks like a real player Jesus Obama Christ back Danny Driscoll my favorite player of all time three sixty one batting average two thousand thirteen. Rbi's twenty two grand slams your legend I also used to beat my lease don't I like to say the n word even when it's out of context what to see it's Arbor Day so let's round up cut you off I wanted to avoid pass out everyone was ugly look it up it's true Kevin is trying to make the most of okay before we get started a few of the rules have changed a bit since most of us is last played as long as pitchers still have to throw underhand then I think we'll be fine no no that's not a thing anymore can we still catch fly balls off about no oh now roller about glen rare really what about real thick leather belts and also business ties for some reason no not at all can we still tell dirty blue gums to go I don't know what a blue gum is but I'm GonNa say no wow the world Lee has changed what can we do well you can tweet as long as jokes align directly with what the majority of the population is already thinking how do you know what they're thinking you mostly find out after you get in trouble it changes pretty quick that's terrible don't worry no one is actually hell ever held honorable for anything that they say or do they just fake rules to maintain the illusion of order and and otherwise lawless space. I'm going to tweet little Mexican babies should be locked in cages until they should themselves to death honestly that's still fine cut to exterior porch Middle America continues on a nearby porch we other inside watching Kevin Talk to himself in compl completely empty field from their point of view they just hear him yelling baseball phrases and racial epithets back and forth the no one when is daddy coming back inside of mother puts her hand on her son's ending gazed us out at her husband deep in it's like attic breakdown is gone he go food the every every song in the sounds exactly the same this is the seven song that's played really the only sounded like tumbleweed background noise dot Mo v Sounds like play I was dying at the perfect I loved it the The boy the boy at the end is not what I expect oh well you know the mommy I think you handled as best you could give in his yeah but otherwise wow so thankful read thank all the rabbi wasn't expecting to say Blue Gums today it out there before you see your set later he got a warm up you've got to warm up I had to assign a racist and I made my choice my beard and you see he's got racist don't they would be so bad I think we I think we talked about this with basketball before yeah and are you in the COMEDIANS NBA facebook group Ernie Chan no there's a group of people okay we'll talk about this and toby about field dreams I'm just going to let this out yeah I'll say.

"langston" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"langston" Discussed on KQED Radio

"She set poems by Langston Hughes to her own music since then she's been working hard. She's produced several new human beings as well. As new albums the latest album, the capitalist blues is out now and Layla McCullough is with us from the south by southwest festival. Leyla. Thanks so much for talking with us nice to speak with you again. Thanks for making the time. How has the festival been for you, so far it's very interesting because I've heard about this festival for a long time. And and it's my first time actually being here. So I'm realizing why it has the reputation that it has it's kind of overwhelming. And it's like, wow, how do you break through? All of this noise. You know? But here I am. Well, speaking of breaking through all this noise. And one of the things about your music has always followed its own path. I mean, you've always kind of said what you wanted to say in the way that you wanted to say it, and you have kind of organized your life in such a way that you could do that. And I was reading an interview about this latest album. We're you said how have my previous records not been considered protests albums? Point taken which I feel like you're making a statement with the title capitalist blues, are you? Yeah. I think so I think that it's appropriate. It's been interesting even just being here at south by south west and witnessing the inequality that is so prevalent in our society just walking around the streets here, promoting my music. And yet the words that I'm singing still feel like they ring so true, especially in this sort of context where everyone is literally trying to get ahead and trying to move their careers forward. Trying to move their life forward in some way. And and then we're right next to this huge homeless population. I've been seeing like people nodding out on heroin on the street corners and thinking how did we all end up here at the same time in this moment. It just makes me feel like more sure of my songs. Does it feel a little disorienting in a way? Yeah. It's disorienting because I'm like, I don't want to believe that there is rampant inequality with and that it's difficult to see our way through this as a society. I don't want to believe that we're all so callous in some way, and that we're all just so self interested. I'm not absolving myself of that, you know, when I say that I feel that way about myself sometimes, and I'm like, this is so confusing. Because I'm using to be here. I have I have an incredible amount of freedom in privilege in certain ways. And yet. You know, I'm a black woman in the folk music world jazz world, just seeing all of the layers of my identity sort of juxtaposed.

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Overnight America with Jon Grayson

01:02 min | 4 years ago

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