8 Burst results for "Liam Nilsson"
"liam nilsson" Discussed on Radio Free Endor: A "Star Wars" Podcast
"Why click and festival on with all tools being used in new ways. Yeah no that's a really small alien. The got shot in the negatives like oh to get a bigger good. And then the uc's big gun to take out the over two both Why likes bobby. What's when that small alien. You mentioned the child and put a knife to his throat. Wake don't hurt the child if you put one mark on him. There's no place you will be able to hide from me. We strike a bargain. There's a lot of value in this wreckage. Take your pick. if that's a threat off isn't it if liam nilsson could say himself If the if the child if the child gets captured we're going to see a new film. The mandalorian taken yeah. I don't know who you are. But i will find you and i will have to love to do that with the help. Pretty i am synthesizers. 'cause i'm really cool. Apparently all think but did you notice instead of running for the child surely with apropos. Have did they get there right. Dinge says he says you know there's plenty of of profit in the wreckage. I've gotta know. Take what you want any points to the guys jetpack. Even though there's a jetpack. The of amanda of baba vets japan's line now. Well that's not a jet pilots rocket pack. Its steam same thing. Yeah lasco plot armor off course. Yes yeah true. And he actually the swap our thinking. Oh man he's losing his rocket now the main and then it gives it to him. He forgot to take control of the lab. Okay it's yours okay. You okay forgets to controller. It need launches to guy and you just push and the child looked so pay. It's the mandalorian goes gives them a shrug danila. The guy goes for the jets. Only comes back now so. Nicholas your brother. Chris egos will thought so. Cool the way. just lowlands. Just like a spacex ship and then fellow which is spacex deutsche. Quite lie to be fast. I it was quite easy to fly without a human But the reason they they did not take a vehicle back to Maasais louis was that it was right about driving. It wants. Yeah yeah probably. Because i was thinking how to take it there to do to ambushing. Any answer won't back and that was a serious war. Bhagwan serious ballpark. The moons run someone down in the marines came out. Yeah but look managed to get back to to the maasai xlii and to the ship and he didn't even stop for a drink. Change straight to business. He was my last lead on finding other mandalorian. We might be in luck. Dr mandible here says he connect you with someone who can help you you cover as call this round. He said what's the bit hundred that's a high stakes game. Hey he's on the hot streak pot right away. Look as you said he was on a hot streak pure cry and he'll russ he says the contact rendezvous with the hanger. They'll tell you to find some mandalorian. That's what you wanted right. This right will stop your moping more importantly bring back any of that dragon meet that are not have any maggots of new aliens. Yes now this is. This is where we said. The director of this episode was praised and read now. The lady that was fixing the mandalorian ship palo moto. She was actually playing. So by with dr mandible the mandible. What was he. Chris from emma giant. And yeah he was a giant and said that would be the link with With the director of its galaxy fall away. Yeah and She she suddenly knows her business because she actually managed to get the mental. Laurie to sob- the round for a knowing that she would go to win it. So that guy hats that dot so bendable hats gave The mandalorian the the information. But it wasn't even information at the end of the woman information yet frog lady. Yeah that was pretty cool. So i like i was saying to a crisp became on there that this with broke this down to three acts and that to me was the first act where where he actually made it back to tattoo wing. Now this act to say chris would be the passenger. Yeah we yeah now. What did you make of this. If they sat it just goes to show without a droid. I'd see three. Pm people still gone communicate. You said only last week as he got lucky. Universal translated news. Something like that. And i said well no and i said he's got to learn many many different languages in his business and then this episode actually proved me wrong. They didn't know ever. Yeah just know sets sat languages. She was really i. I looked at design like a frog and she was caveat. A vat of x. Spawn in this love and i said to set to my nikki. My wife. i said that should have assigned Sane and you can buy this galaxy's edge maybe so but that would be exploitive slave trade legal. Yeah true give or the new republic new opponent yet but you put your drinks in it to keep it cool kunia. Maybe so without the ex the ex now she says she says i'll state by life on it actress life nico's okay because he so true said disney and then he goes. How long have you known today voted.
"liam nilsson" Discussed on Big Time Basketball
"NBA Champion Brian Scelo brainy former NBA, general manager, and Executive Ryan mcdonagh. Low and welcome back to Scallon. Pals everyone I am Ryan mcdonagh and I'll be joined as always by the White Mamba Brian scallop brainy we are on twitter our show is that Scallon Palace he is at brainy IMF Mukti NBA US so welcome or welcome back to our viewers and listeners on radio DOT COM and twitch TV scale. We have a packed show today as we always do here on Scallon Pals. On radio DOT COM, there were two games in the NBA last night scale. One was very good and competitive was not So we'll get into the Boston Toronto ending, which was wild I think unprecedented in playoff history with two lead changes in the final half second including one to decide the game. I'll also talk about the LA. Clippers blowout win over the Denver Nuggets the clippers look great. The nuggets look fatigue. We'll also get into the two games tonight in the NBA. Scowl game one in the western conference between the La Lakers and Houston Rockets, and then a pivotal game three in the Eastern conference between Milwaukee and Miami. But scale where I WANNA, start this show because we talked about it on the mini pot. Overnight is with some some breaking news investigation. I did scale your ass last night. About how John, Moran, didn't vote for rookie of the year I called people the League office I call people with the Associated Press. Reuters. And all these news agencies over League scall-, and I hate to expose you like this on air. But they told me it was actually you they said Ryan scale. Lebron he's the one guy who didn't vote for John Moran, for rookie of the year and I was shocked I couldn't believe that they said you're actually voted voted for Taco fall. Well. No. Yeah I would I would have voted for Taco ball but. seriously. Can you get your thinking cap on through? There are still things going on this show today. There's there's like I don't know if I want to call it talking from from Toronto but it it's definitely it's more than nothing. Let's just say that and now did you find out who made the vote we are going to find out? It's like Liam. But what it is an issue because the Memphis Grizzlies official team twitter page. Put something up this morning. Good morning to all of you except the one guy except for one person you know who you are. That individuals waking up for those of you who are new to the show it was not actually scowls. He doesn't have a vote a lot on this show here on scalps and radio DOT COM. But if and when we find out who it was ninety nine out of the one hundred people who voted voted for John mirant rookie of the year that was cows choice as well as mine I thought it was a no-brainer of but. One person and we shouldn't only say guy could be a woman. We don't know who it was Gal but one person chose not to vote for John Mirant they vote for voted Zion Williamson despite the fact that Williamson only played in about a third of New Orleans Games this year job played in almost every game for Memphis and played very well for the grizzlies. You've ever seen the movie taken with Liam Nilsson yes. Yeah. You know like. When he finds out, his daughter got kidnapped and finally the kidnappers got in contact with him and he said I don't know who you are but I will find you I will hunt you down and I will kill you. We're not GONNA, kill the guy of course. I. Literally. Line where he's like so serious and it went from the kidnappers trying to bully Liam Nilsson, and next thing you know I, you know the kidnappers like wait a minute who did I just? I, I was not expecting this at all. That's that's kind of the Lai we to do with this guy we're going to hunt this guy down we're gonNA find this guy we're gonna find out who you are. You'll never be able to high. High anywhere on this earth. If you'd better find the Dr the darkest deepest corner of the world and we're going to find you, we gotta find out who this guy is man. It's unbelievable. I'm surprised to hear that came out and tweeted or said anything like I'm the guy that did it. You know you gotta own. If you're the only guy I, wonder if he thought that there was more people that we're going to vote his way. Now I hear what you're skiing scale and just for those of you know scale very well he's not actually going to find the person down and beat them up or assassinate them, but he does take. About balloting very seriously and I bring it up, see all because they have to pose this as a as a question or a potential option here it could be a woman. So what are you going to? If you find out this is like a small sweet you know petite woman and here she is you know years from now or hopefully sooner than that whatever and go back to normal. You know she's sitting in a media room somewhere at computer maybe eating a pregame meal and here comes six eight Brian scallop raining fuming with smoke coming out of his nostrils because he wants to the individual who did not vote for John Mirant because it's You know like ever since the me too movement, I treat everyone the same Ryan so whether it's like some some some low level beat writer out of some city. I'd never known as one of the best writers in the world I'm GonNa, go at any a man woman child I go all of them right. I like to the Metoo Movement taught me a lot. It taught me like we should treat everyone equally so no I. I I'll go I'll find out who it is. I'll tell I'll tell the right to your face. You got your guide, your boat taken away. When scale says, he treats everybody the same he doesn't necessarily mean he treats them all. Well, it's the same it's all aggressive. He speaks his mind. He doesn't hold back. He's unfiltered..
"liam nilsson" Discussed on WEEI
"Jackson trial, representing him Representative Robert Blake during his troubles was the expert legal analyst on the Scott Peterson case, and he's represented just about anybody when it comes to the world, and when it comes to the world of crime, but now at sports in the courts and speaking of crime almost every week there's something going on with sports and the court. So we love having him on. He's also a nationally syndicated talk show host as well. If the great, Brian, Brian what's up, good Saturday to you? It is a great Saturday to be with the sports, Scott. I just I cannot wait to sports God. And you know, we got Robert Kraft doing his prayer. Did. Did you hear this statement? He made today. Yeah. That was written by his lawyer. I'm sure he never even saw when it gets sent out. Yeah. What about what what's the latest in the Robert Kraft thing, and many apologize and released a statement today? Right. Get your violin out and be prepared to cry crocodile tears. I am truly sorry. I can hear the violins. Now. I know I have hurt and disappointed my family. No. They love you, Bob, you, you support them, and you can go to the day spiny tiny want as far as they're concerned. I don't think they really care by close, friends and my coworkers. Oh, yeah. Tom Brady is really upset that he's been hurt. By by Robert Kraft is somehow gronkowski is not all that upset by all this not unless the check bounces correct, correct? If the check is in danger, they're really upset, but otherwise they don't care our fans in our many others who rightfully told me and hold me to a higher standard. They don't Bob don't hold you to any on air standard. This is nonsense. Well, when you're worth six billion dollars. I'd be surprised if a guy's not have a little harem on the side, and and not having some professional girls on the side taken care of. That's what rich guys do isn't it? All right. You're right. You're right. This is a guy thing and a girl thing. Now, if you're the guy thing, hey, let's talk about all the girls that we had something going on with. I mean, Donald Trump talked about locker room talk when he was caught making all these kinds of statements. Guess what the NFL is nothing but Walker room talk. But then on the other hand the girl thing is the metoo movement, which just frowns on this. This is absolutely terrible. Terrible. And it's a guy thing and a girl thing the guys see it one way the girl see it another and me, I see it a third way. I have a whole different take on this. I am so opposed to human trafficking, sex trafficking, drugging girls putting him into a life of prostitution kidnapping them. I mean, Liam Nielsen in his movie taken I'm gonna find you. And when I do I'm gonna kill you was the famous line from Liam Nilsson. Into the to the sex traffickers, Dave where are the sex traffickers in this case, he said, I have a very particular set of skills. Remember, that's what I have a very particular. Correct. Correct. Well, Brian this that was going to be my next question on this graph case the whole thing was supposedly based on a sex trafficking ring going on all through Florida. And so so far it hasn't been that way. I know the investigation is still going on here. But what are they thought he is going to be held accountable here for illegally putting cameras, and and and they're sewing naked people in the massage rooms and a lot of them were innocent naked people and putting secret cameras in there. And then making police stops of cars coming out of the place illegally making traffic stops under false pretenses, if there's no sex if there's no sex trafficking going on Brian Oxman. What are we going to do about the authorities here? What are they going to be held accountable catching the men who we call the Johns or catching the girls who we called a hose does not rake up human trafficking. I am so tired of law enforcement and their garbage that this is to be their big effort catching a bunch of guys doing it with girls. I really don't care too much one way or another about that. What I do care about is destroying the lives of young ladies who are put into literally slavery. And there is nothing in this Florida Palm Beach sting operation that was aimed at the traffickers, it's a farce. All right. You also mentioned that there's illegality involved in the sting operation. They stop craft in his white Bentley on oh, no. It was a Rolls Royce once in a Bentley it was a roles. Royce driven by his friend they pretext that there was some kind of traffic violation. There was none. And then they ask craft who's a passenger in the front seat going to the airport to watch the Kansas City patriots game. They asked him for his ID because they didn't know who he was that was a total pretext, but the one that gets me the most Dave in order to plant that camera in the day spa in in the orchards of Asia day spa the police called in a bomb scare and the. Bomb? Scare a big bomb. Scare a fake one fake one. The police called it in there. No such thing. It was a it was a fake bomb. Scare the owner then called the police and invited them to come and check out the place, and while they're checking out the place in this illegal trespass in this terrorist activity of calling in a bomb scare they plant the camera. I'm sorry. I do not condone illegality in the pursuit of arresting Robert Kraft. I just I I find it offensive. I find the police department offensive. There's a motion to suppress the evidence of brewing by Robert Kraft attorneys. I think that motions gonna get granted, you know, what it sounds like to me, Brian, and I know it's an ongoing investigation. But at least right now, this sounds like to me is the city of Jupiter Florida and the authorities there in Florida where we're looking for Wales we're looking for big guys to embarrass and shake. Down and get them to pay these huge fines to make this thing. Go away thousands of thousands of dollars and that fills up the city coffers and that fills up all kinds of money that the city needs and these legal traffic stops. And it sounds to me more like shakedown operation than it does a sex trafficking ring billionaire Wall Street financier, John Childs, he was involved with the orchards of Asia day spa. They caught him on camera. John Davidson's who's the former city group president Kenneth why sell seventy five year old president of the Florida, boys and Girls Club. He was also napping. This originally there was one hundred and twenty five guys, and you know, the fine per count is five thousand dollars they've charged craft with two counts. So you know, if you have ten thousand dollars per one hundred and twenty five guys, you're right, Dave, this was a scam to police. For profit get the John's to ante up and their pay their fines. I by all this, and maybe get a district attorney elected in the upcoming election. All we we get. We get noted ever heard of Jupiter county in in in Florida before we knew where Palm Beach was but not Jupiter police department and the bottom line of all of this is what have you done to stop the sex slave trafficking. And the answer is precisely zero Brian let's say, you know, most of the people who went in there, we're not getting sex acts performed on them. They're just going in there for regular massages because it was a licensed massage place. What if you're just a regular customer there? Bryan. You don't know the cameras there your film, naked for for everybody in law enforcement in legal enforcement, and all these lawyers to see wouldn't you think you have a good lawsuit. If I came to you and told you something like that happened. Wouldn't you want to sue somebody the answer would be yes day? But that's not what happened here. What happened here? There's one hundred twenty. I five guys who were caught performing sex acts. All right. This is the problem Robert Kraft says look, this was all consensual that you know. I didn't I didn't solicit prostitution. I wasn't paying for sex. Excuse me. There's a hundred and twenty-five guys who were named in these charges each one of them are photographed engaging in what we would call the happy ending where they were either engage in oral sex of some kind or there was actual sexual relations of other kinds. We don't know the details of this. When you say, I I really wasn't going there for for sexual favors and there's one hundred and twenty-five videos of other people getting sexual favors. A jury is very likely to say as you is. I would say we don't buy that. We don't we don't buy that at all. So even if you went in there, but they filmed everybody not just to kill people, right? Brian everybody everybody everybody who even win and therefore legitimate massage. Now now, they weren't charged those people weren't charge their privacy unquestionably got invaded because the plant of the video is pursuant to this terrorist act of of a bomb scare I mean, come on, you know, that the police want access to your house so someone from the police department. Calls you at your home and says, there's a bomb planted in your in your house somewhere. What do you do you immediately? Call the police and invite them in under totally false pretenses because a terrorist act has been committed against you. And then the police are here to tell you how they are upholding the law, and they are so substantial. Uh-huh. Uh-huh. I this bothers me a lot Brian. When we come back. I wanna talk to you about the Colin Kaepernick settlement here. And I think we've got the real numbers now, or at least something close to it. And it seems like you were right all along about what the real settlement was going to be getting hanging. I think it's way even lower than what you've now heard this week that I think it's even lower than than what we've been told with another segment with a great Bryant, oxen when we come back with day Smith your radio. This is straight heat. Now, you have a family have children, you should be looking at things a different way. Because you know, when you bring your child to gain you don't want this stuff set around your kids. You know, there's a reason that you know, I pick and choose what kind of sporting event, I bring my kids to especially when they were younger. I was really picky about it. And where I'm willing to sit like I'm not willing to take my eleven year old daughter up into the Puna. You know a football stadium because I know what goes on up there. The foul language. The massive amount of alcohol gets used to fight subjecting, my daughter tobacco farm, and that's one of the problems that there's no self awareness with some of these fans straight heat with Patrick Crayton. Weekday mornings at ten eastern on SP nation radio. Radio.
"liam nilsson" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Miss. So shy. Shamim Lia Begum bright to be was the comeback. This interesting stories, right? So this this wind of last couple of days, but this ISIS, the ISIS bride, right? Read the whole story in get the groups of it's interesting story, just because of you know. Would it it kind of it kind of ties in a little bit to council culture, and it kind of ties in little bit like, you know, public shaming and forgiveness and Liam Nilsson thing that happened recently happened a few weeks ago with him saying he wanted to after somebody family got breaked. He went to go out and be all black people shows, you know, virginal racism, if not in a antithesis of racism, but we're reaching think original point where we have into trying to really come to grips with the idea of forgiveness with the idea of taking a PD term and oopsy, right? We live in an era now where you can't make a mistake. You can't make an oops. You can't fuck up. You can't fumble. Right. A fumble is is is a is paramount to counseling is paramount to you kind of going out on a big apology toll. And is paramount. You may be losing everything you've kind of what's hard for right? But with reaching a point people signed to realize that the reactors coming up becoming a little bit ridiculous. And it may be. That would no actually teaching people to be banned people. We're just shaming them into irrelevancy into hiding waiver may be an building resentment for whatever it is that happened led to write and this situation now with this Shamima Bigham is a probably a different example. Maybe the more extreme example. But an example nonetheless because I did it that you can only go by what someone tells you can only go by the strength of someone's word. You can't necessarily read too much into anything. You can only go by what you see. And what you hear right? Yes. It make a kind of an informed decision based on that is hard to do. But that's what we can do. So essentially destroy follows the teen so ISIS bride Shamima begums was news has told Sky News appear on screen. The issue of Begum. I says bride bacon toast guide us people should have sympathy for her as she spoke out for a wish returned to UK the nine year old who was just given birth to a baby boy. Boy in Syrian refugee camp also said that the UK frontiers have had no evidence of her doing anything dangerous in response in an interview with sky Joan spark she claimed that she has just a hassle during of four years in terrorists caliphate in Syria, where she married a young Dutch ISIS fighter cold Yego wriggle free weeks after she arrived in the country as a fifteen while she was aware of the beheadings executions being carried up extreme issues. Okay. Because she had heard Islam Mickley that it was allowed. So this gives fifteen Ryan shows whisked away to Syria to become a brand to be for an ISIS Fiso right in this much as says, and it really is really coming to see people on social media have a really spent -pinion on what the deal is just a life is in danger. She wants to child grew up in a safe environment was the, you know have guaranteed limit. She comes back to the UK be prosecuted. But of course, you know, but you government can't do that. Right because expectedly she was living with living with terrorists that she was. Aware of. But the best part what full years, right? So they obviously going to want to question and find out what exactly was going on gay some kind of intelligence, and maybe that investigation might transpired. She was actually more active in her role that she's kinda known. But there's this interview with her on on Twitter is or was very interesting. Very limiting and kind of had made me have sympathy. For also understand why some people are kind of cautious about inviting back into the country. And I wanna just kinda play view guys here. It's gonna pin screen and it really again. I'm not really sure what position I have on it in general, but it's interesting composition. Have especially with the counterculture. Have going one moment where if someone makes one mistake we can't just go out. You can't we can't take their word for it kind of made amends. We kind of have to other than what it is. We have a process to come into gain integrate back into society. Right. Some goes away makes a mistake. How do we reintegrate back into society? We banish of forever. Are there? Some things are unforgiving. Qabail? What is I don't know? But let's play this interview and see what she has to say the. Delo people should have like sympathy towards me for everything I've been through, you know, when I I I didn't know why I was getting into and I left, and I just hoping that maybe second my child. Let me come back the head of the foreign intelligence services in the UK says people like you are potentially very dangerous. But would you say to him? They don't have any evidence against we do anything dangerous when I went to Syria. I was just a housewife and four years stay at home Muslim to cover my kids. I never did anything dangerous made propaganda. I never encourage people come cereal. Did you know what is I'm estate where doing when you left for Syria because they had beheaded people there were executions. Those stains. And I was I was okay with that. Because you know, I wouldn't I I started coming religious religious just before I left, you know, from why her Islamic Linda is all allowed. So I was okay with it again. Is there anything that? You would like. To tell them. Please don't give up on trying to get me back. A really don't say. Must have been a terrible shock for them. When you left. Fast. They try they try and ask me to come back by kept saying, no them. And then often was they gave up an of off to four years most for health now kind of. Exactly face the early. The hope. So interesting to be in right because on the face of it, you're gonna you can just say, you know, you can get fucked, right? Because you know, we've watched enough movies with washing-up of homeland to know that this could easily be a double agent right this. It'd be a bluff she can easily. Come in say that. She's you know, she's please. Forgive me. I'm sorry. I didn't mean it. I didn't know I was getting into. And then suddenly she turned around. She blows up the fucking tile brick dry. It could easily happen, right? People can easily understand why people have that idea because we've seen love movie instances over HUD, enough instances, what is happened. But also, there might be another side of it white. You just literally an innocent fifteen year old who was caught up in ideology co-top with being overly religious, right? And when across to Syria in order to kind of you know, seeking lightermen every may be too, you know, band together with brothers and sisters, and she that she was fighting a good fight. There could be something very kind of way. Honorable about that. Right. But there is appalled me also wants to say that maybe we need to get back to the point of even even I'm not big pharma counsel caution that sometimes it's gonna be OTT people. Don't get ostracized. Not being an being given a Rupak to redemption again route back inside to SCI. He's been emphasis on the consequences of your actions. Right. I think sometimes in life in general is seems that the consequences to your actions, really depend on where you stand politically. Right. So happen with coveting kid in America who wore that make America. Great Harrigan and in front of the native American dude banging the drum. When it transpired that effectively. Whatever the story that was being spun in the media that supposedly this guy was shot in the split Civis native American guy that whatever starting they spun it wasn't necessarily true. But it seems that that's just fizzled out. Right because the kid effectively is a conservative, and that's not really in vogue at the moment. And later American represents everything conservatives pay and everything liberals kind of hey about conservatism, and that's basically disappeared. So the consequences of your actions, the consequences of being a celebrity and openly calling for people to punch a little sixteen year old boy because you don't like the women's head on Esa via as it is on the other side, right on the other side, if someone did that to a person for the left, you know, there'd be kinds of river. So the consequences kind of really depend on your level of the level of celebrity have hammers money Harvey Weinstein might not see out of prison because of the amount of money resources, these he has right? You probably won't see that. But if you're if you're not the general dude on the street and you end up doing. You probably wouldn't do what he did you probably get way. But if you did what he did, you probably wouldn't have resources to to kind of fight in court, and he's still probably has still
"liam nilsson" Discussed on Bodega Boys
"I see my neighborhood on going to kill. I'm gonna Myrtle other any people from Fiji walking around. South wrongs, probably not probably how many black people are working on Ireland Liam Nilsson. He's talking cash it about there's no black people were Ireland Stein, though. I have. Not also is Irish RAB seen this. It's kind of depressing. Also. We think Liam no don't got the heart for that. I think. I don't think if he's all black is going to go push them. Also is guns in Ireland. He had a cost which is like oh blackjack like you wanna blackjack. Yeah. You're going to beat them to death. I don't think the stones for that. Everyone's like, we should forgive him. Because he's turned over a new leaf. He's no longer has the hate in his heart. Here's a wild part of the whole story that no point. Story that got reap asked him to kill a black person volunteered to ship. He's been wanting to do and now's much. This is the same as giving fruitcake. Sorry. Sorry. Sorry. Fifty five years old saying he was he got gas the by his movies. He start is the same way to pox believe he was Bishop from juice Liam news thinks he's the father from take. It was terrible father, by the way, how you get kidnapped by door to get Natalie. Holloway twice almost killed Z. Pathetic shoes of this three of those movies. Got. Should he got isn't third one? I think he's someone else. Get their kid back. I don't know. I've never seen garbage moves only watch good movies like moonlight Bill street born, which is wonderful show considerations. Also, he rides extra hard for the horse carriages sense. It makes perfect sense. Like, why would you want those things go if ever because people said the course cowardice is central park are basically slavery for horses. And he was like, yeah. You can't get enough. Keep it read we need it. Yeah. What are the horse is gonna do if they're not gonna walk around the central park? They eat grass. Meanwhile, horse was like, oh, excuse me. Merging on FDR, excuse me. Horsing. Hey, my feet are not built for this. Hey. Oh, what do you mean? Attracted chiller, turn. Way you come into the city often. Hey, you know, I know a place you get a wicked Bela Heo over mccarter you daily. Everybody mcdonald's. So people don't know all the horse. Join carriages the horses. Have New York accents eve, any hats that they put on when they go home and bell. Nothing's weirder than when you get on the train like at seven o'clock all the horses that pull the horse carriages. Get off a work. Get on the train the horses to go home all of the clan bar. What a day what a fucking day might have family from Milwaukee on my back. All my God. Just wanted to go fast. Let me get to more sprigs rela. Hey, listen. Let me get some what do you call it? Let me some apples apples for the whole table. Buy it. I'm buying. Louis. I know you've got a big dick you still doing stud services? No, he, you know. Ever since he took down back page. It's been a little Hartfield hard for everybody independent contract work independent. So get dismal Russa's talking about having another on. Again with the reproduction. I'm like, I got a good job and pulling the course pulling the carriage here. Why don't you go in the US better land is right there? John. It could be a racehorse. Spatial today to one black racehorse in highschool. I'm never hear the end believe K. Unbelievable. Sometimes they come home and just like.
Liam Neeson Admits to Past Thoughts About Killing a Black Person
"And no red carpet at the New York premiere last night of Liam Nilsson's latest film, the actor is under fire after saying he had thought two decades ago about killing a blind person in a revenge attack episode one close to him told him she had been raped black, man.
"liam nilsson" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"A. Okay. We're keeping it real. With Al Sharpton on news talk thirteen eighty W A. Okay. I'm your host revenue. Al Sharpton, Reverend Michael wall, Ron is out calls Reverend while run as a new plan, lean Liam Nilsson, the active a made the statement that a friend of his was raped by black man anyone to go out and kill any black and it has raised. Of course, a lot of controversy. Your reaction. Yeah. Well, let me tell you what in this day and age what I appreciate about. Liam Neeson was not his anger or desire to one in hurt or killed a black person. But the willingness to be honest about what he was gonna do how he felt and the transparency about that especially this age where you have people like we just said the governor northern who will lie, and and and not own responsibility for statements or decisions made. So I I'm grateful to hear from Liam Neeson that he was enough to say it. But once he said, it there's still some insanity attached to it. We also know that over these years for for centuries, those kinds of statements thoughts, and then actions have been played out in countless states and cities around this country against African American men or women. So there's nothing new, but what is the honesty to say it? Yeah. I probably right there with you on that it is insanity. But at least he admitted let's go to Mike in Chicago WBO in sixteen ninety six thousand nine AM in Chicago might Reverend Al revenue. Nope. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Look, I. You know, I'm frustrated with all the chocolate forgiveness. You know, this guy. This guy's a racist. He wasn't twelve years old when he did this twenty five years old. He knows exactly what what he was doing. There's no reason to. To even debate that you know, he's he's a racist. And. I just heard you talk about Liam ISI. I think that that white man has a problem also and his honesty. I think was just him being bold enough to say he has no respect for us. I I don't dispute that at all. I think that see I think that you've got to ask yourself. A thank you for your call. My end this atmosphere, which is what Mike started with a lot of people are saying and doing both things 'cause they now feel they can. When you talk about like north remained Virginia. Let's not forget it was in Virginia where neo-nazis marched openly this year. And talked about anti semitic and racist slogans. But no, there's no question in my mind that the is an climate that has been set that gives people BULLDOGS the boldness to come out and express their raw, racial views. Is not just a climate. But clearly for some of these people there's a climate that is created to make them feel that they can be truthful with their feelings. But also, they feel it is no backlash a consequences. Because I and I and we've seen this play out where there are those who make these statements and make racist, insensitive statements. No matter what it is. And they actually believe there will be no backlash. So they could've fumes the bubble of acceptance with being the way the culture of us the particular stance positions, they take so definitely going to be some backlash. I'm sure it'll be people who call in to boycott Liam niece, and I'm sure he'll suffer some consequences because you know, for Hollywood is not about whether we like you as about the bottom line. If dollars are being impacted they started dropping people left and right. Yeah. Let's go to old Dell in Alabama on Sirius XM one twenty six Odell. Odell. Oh, let's go to Charles in Maryland, Charles. On wwl in Maryland. Wherever now Reverend Warren, thanks for taking my call. I just wanted to make a couple of points when I was in Sunday school when we talked about reconciliation in order for somebody to give forgiveness the person that offended would have to repent. Forgive me for not knowing the scripture and the policy letters, but Reverend north and has not done the repentance governor, author, he's not a minister governor, right? Thank you. Governor Norton has not done the repentance. So we can get to the forgiveness and reconciliation. I think we're talking about one point this one picture and not looking at the bigger picture. Governor north went to Virginia Military institute, a segregationist founded institute where he was known as Coon, man. Yeah. And then we find out from the medical school that north. I'm would have had to put these photos in an envelope. Seal it and put his name on it in order to submit it to the yearbook, so we're guardless whether or not it's him in the pitcher. He put the. Pitchers in an envelope and wrote his name in it, and he submitted and the nature of the school. The school yearbook was only shut down in two thousand thirteen because a new diversity administrative found out even in two thousand thirteen medical students were still posting and confederate. So he's got a long history of racial insensitivity. It's not just as photo. Maybe he's kind of like a nice racist. But he's a racist. And he needs to go as the irony with Liam Neeson is he's an immigrant from Ireland where he would be despise by British people. But this this this way of the US you can come here and be any kind of white. And all of a sudden, you know, where are you, man? Have been a higher position social white someplace else, all of a sudden, you get to a point where you feel here that you can just be at the top and abused black. To to really support your point Charles, and where it really confirms racism comes in. If he had found out the loved one had been rate, which is a terrible despicable act. But if you'd found out they'd been raped by white person would he wanted to go out and kill all white men. He would not have done. I think would not have done. Absolutely, absolutely. I mean, that's the easy test on that. Let's go. Go ahead. Yeah. I will say something really quickly the call and hopefully still listening. When I hear people start quoting scripture and stuff. I always my ears jumped. Because it was interesting to call us at according to the polish lettuce, which is Paul Jesus never made repentance, a requirement off forgiveness. You can read. Mark levin. Matthew six Matthew five you can call the role. He made it more about it. Even he teaches at decided to pray for give us as we forgive those. But in Jesus's teachings he doesn't make repentance necessary for forgiveness to occur. And that's we sometimes get confused. Paul says makes kind of a loser those statements, but those are not the Jesus state bans statements have nothing to do with really the person who defended it does. But it's about the ability to forgive Bill who claim to be on this particular path always wanna alert people that because we left with the stuff in Jesus's mouth. We love saying what the bible says. But I think the call the impalas tallest impulse teachings. He says I'm different things from Jesus, and that's one of them. Yeah. That's true. Thank you for that clarity. And you know, I was talking earlier about I forgave that tried to kill me demartin. Listeners years ago, and when I visited him in jail, and he thanked me for giving him. He had did nine years for sodomy. I told him I did not come for you came for me. Do what you do with your asking for forgiveness because you didn't add did it to live by the principals. I believe, but you've got your crime. But I didn't come forgiving. Someone has nothing to do with the violated has to do with the violated how they want to unload that. With their lives. Absolutely. In Indiana of Sirius XM.
"liam nilsson" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show
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