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"mace ace" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Well it is the The day after the tragic death of Kobe Bryant along with his daughter gee-gee and seven others aboard aboard that aircraft. That crashed outside Calabasas yesterday. John you're You're on the team flight. back from Philadelphia yesterday. Good afternoon. take us inside what what went on how you heard about it. Well let me first say that. I don't know oh I haven't even had conversations with you. Yes since this happened correct. I don't know how I'm GonNa do the show today. I really don't I'm just GonNa Talk Doc To answer your question. The plane is the you know me have been Traveling professionally for twenty two years. I fly all the time for personal. It's the worst flight I've ever been on I I think anybody on the plane would say that We were in the air from Philadelphia. Normally we would have flown home right after the game. But they've been trying this thing and there's such a good road team that it would imagine the stays for a while where they protect the integrity of your sleep schedule in other words they look at it and they say well do we guys getting back to La at three or four o'clock in the morning they said No. Let's let's have him stay on the regular sleep schedules and see if that helps and all of a sudden now. They're twenty five on the road so it's worked well but this is maybe the second or third time we've ever done it. So we play the game in Philadelphia on Saturday night and our flight is at eleven am eastern eight am Pacific on Sunday planes in the air and because of modern technology. Now you can connect to the Internet can't use your phone but you can text and you can email and you. You have access to live news right and I had twitter open and I saw a tweet from someone. I know that I followed that. I know and he he said I can't believe Kobe. Gone in a helicopter crash and I went. My friend has been hacked right. This is a social media hoax and I actually my first thought was let me reach out to him and tell him he's been hacked. Sure you know then check because he he he was listed. TMZ TMZ and the stories there and my stomach dropped almost never Z.. Get some right. Yeah and I said I'm just is GonNa wait and I'm not telling anybody else on the plane and Michael. Koga who runs backstage Lakers sits up five rows in front of me and he turned around with this looks. Let's face it. I knew he knew what I knew and I held up my computer. Any said any chance. It's wrong and and when we realize to give people background we travel with security everywhere. We go the security is a company. A hired by the Lakers. And we've gotten to know all these guys really well. There were three of them on this particular flight. Our first thought was that. There's probably probably some of them at least one of on that helicopter and when we saw these three guys go into action And they were able to confirm it with their boss on the ground. The plane just everybody became inconsolable. Whole plane I think I'd the texture do? This whole plane was crying praying that we somehow had it wrong or that. Somebody was because we were in a confined space that somebody was playing a very elaborate. Well executed practical joke right. And when in Frank Vogel got up and walked to the front of the plane to tell the players we knew. Yeah this is real and and you know what Mace Ace. I don't remember the rest of the flight after that. I just don't i. We still had like three and a half hours left we it. I just remember looking about it. Sitting there watching everybody Cryan landing and when we landed on the ground around there are a couple of people. I was particularly worried about the first one is the head of our medical team. is a woman named Judy Judy. CTO Yes who's in charge of the trainers the strength coaches. Everybody if you picture pyramid. Judy was hired this year and we all knew her because and the way we got to know her was that she worked with Kobe throughout his whole career to keep him healthy and had this incredible track record of Kobe playing playing through anything. Yes and I'll tell stories before the end of the show that you know Koby literally played through everything and we all knew judy like so many of us. I mean I put myself in this. We owe our career to Kobe without Kobe. We don't have any of. The experiences are riches or trips to the finals or anything but her in particular you know. She works with all sorts of athletes in this was the biggest athletes. You work with him because of it she had you know she got a relation relation with Rob Pelinka and when we were ready to hire ahead of medicine we hire judy and all you do is hugger I and they're all being hugger and then the other one was allison alson. Bogey who's the head of PR FOR US for years. Kobi commanded such a media presence that John Black who was our director until Alson Elson replaced him a few years ago. John Handle everybody on the team but Koby really needed his own person. Yes and that was alison so for years. If you wanted to get to Kobe you you went through alley. And she was the same way I mean just just completely inconsolable and and so we when the plane landed the they did a good job of making sure that no media got to the terminal where we were got everybody out of there and you're seeing now individual reactions from players but the Lakers haven't issued a statement from the team or from genie or from Timor. Mr Anybody yet. And I think the main reason for that is they don't know what to say yet and right before we came on the air. We should continue to repeat this. The game tomorrow night's been postponed. uh-huh the Lakers are not gonNA play and that's a smart decision I am. I don't know how anybody could have focused on playing the clippers tomorrow night. I just don't. I'm not even sure Mace that. The clippers could have focused no hers. Don Evers Yeah Yeah And and eventually we're GONNA have to play. My guess is it'll be Friday against Portland staple center and then we have a game Saturday night in Sacramento as of now. Those Games are both still scheduled but to give you an idea of what it's like to be part of the Laker family family. Today I got an email last night. From Sam who runs Samantha and human resources that first thing this morning they had set up grief counselors slurs on site in our building in the first person respond. The email was Frank Vogel. Just say thank you very much for doing that. And my guess is most of the people who work in that building made use of that right. And you're a big advocate of of making sure you stay in tune with your mental health and and everybody's mental health now is a mess. Yeah you know I mean. I exchange those text messages with you yesterday. I had been doing my podcast Chris. Morales was there. My friends who Kalinski was there And I got a text message and I just froze I just froze And again like you thinking it's not real Somebody got hacked it can't be true went into the TMZ link As you and I often talk about. TMZ generally gets these things right now almost always gets these these things right and then came in yesterday and did three hours. I guess on the air the this scene outside side Staples Center right now in here in. La Live Plaza started yesterday There are fans wearing their eight jerseys in their twenty before jerseys and as I was driving up today fans or bringing flowers To The Alive Plaza withers There are a couple of different shrines right now. to Kobe Bryant Last night The Grammy Awards were stopped by what went on. I didn't didn't I didn't watch one second of I. Didn't I think that that anybody anybody who lives in Los Angeles it just the world's stopped as we know it all right a couple of things We're we're GONNA help you get through this and our phones today which they as you you know. We have a kind of running joke. We don't take a lot of calls today we will today. The phones are open. Eight seven seven seven ten. ESPN if you want to talk about this and again we're gonNA keep repeating this. Because I know a lot of you had plans and I know a lot of Laker fans wanted to make sure be there tomorrow night. Yeah because it was going to be. I came back from could we. There is no game tomorrow night it has been postponed the NBA has announced it So the Lakers will not play against the clippers tomorrow night there has been no announcement thus far on win. That game will be a sign interesting tweet from somebody. That said Lakers should just play. Eighty one Kobe's eighty as of this point the NBA is saying they will reschedule the game but there is no news as to win that measure. So we're going to be here till six o'clock at six o'clock we're gonNA run rebroadcast of Kobe game. I sent a note earlier today that I went back and listen to the fourth quarter of that game. Where Koby it'd be brings the Lakers from fifteen down and ends up with sixty points and it is vintage Kobe? It's like A. It's a love letter to Kobe. He's he's basically the crowd chanting his name up until we'RE GONNA rebroadcast game in its entirety Though that will be the call of Michael Thompson in me if you WANNA watch the game the ESPN Byan. Call the game Mike Tariq. Oh did that night. ESPN's can rerun the television broadcast at six o'clock tonight so a lot of Kobe. Love audaciously going to be going around tonight. Not only on our air and a lot of people's air all right Mason Ireland seven ten. ESPN just a heart breaking day for so many Laker fans for so many sports fans not just here in Los Angeles but around the world tributes to Kobe Bryant who along with his daughter. Jonah and seven others died yesterday in a helicopter crash outside of calabasas Mason Ireland. We will get to your phone calls today. Hey I know a lot of you guys have got recollections that you wanNA share we are still. I think it's fair to say absolutely stunned by the news. Pardon me when I woke up this morning. Thought it couldn't be true right. I think a lot of people are going through that emotion and I wanNA keep repeating because I I know people are tuning in and out. There will be no game tomorrow night. The Lakers clippers game has been postponed. So I want to mention that at least just once a segment which feels like though the right thing to do right a and you know he had such a gravitational channel pull I over one hundred text messages this morning when I woke up just because I covered him. Yeah imagine what it must be like for his family. And the few of the play with the Lakers and Jeanie and it just. It's just stunning news. Here's Blake and Tarzana..

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"mace ace" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

11:42 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Binge Mode

"Mitch I guess don't fail yourself. Okay Wow I'm the obt your Anne and don't fail the battle on please gathered learners head to the Jedi temple. Teach US everything we need to know about the other clone wars the only Gandhi Tartikoff Skis Star Wars clone wars the micro series which debuted on the cartoon network in two thousand and three Gandhi. Tartokowski represents kind of American success story. That should be available Elba. Everyone can he was born in Moscow. Nineteen seventy beginning in the early seventies. The Soviet Union with basically no explanation began allowing significant numbers of Russian Jews to leave the country in nineteen seventy seven same year. New Hope hit theaters. His parents had dentist Senate Assistant. Principal move the family to the US in search of a better life and they ended up in Chicago. Haga I just wanted to fit in. I wanted to be American. I wanted to be normal. Gandhi said in two thousand seven mini doc about his career. Young Gandhi immersed himself in American popular culture comics cartoons of course star wars. When he was sixteen his father passed away and a steady paycheck became important career goal? He considered studying. Advertising is in college but when the classes he needed filled he took what was open animation. It was a moment but one that Gandhi where he earned whether he understood would it at the time or not had been working toward quote in high school. I would drink on Friday night. Wake up on Saturday with hangover and watch my cartoons. Tarkovsky said in two thousand thousand eight during a speaking engagement at the Rhode Island school design deep in my heart. I have always loved animations by the time Lucasfilm approached cartoon network about a potential. The animated series to tie together episodes. Two and three Charter Kofsky had already established himself. In the Industry He had created Samurai Jack dexterous laboratory and helped produce use the power. Puff girls quote. I was out with my boss and this would be my collazo vice president programming at cartoon network and he goes Gandhi. We might have star Wars Turkovsky said at the two thousand fifteen on C.. International Animation Film Festival. In France the reason for Lucasfilm's interest in an animated series is is an almost perfect encapsulation of the unique relationship that merchandising and creativity have in the Star Wars universe the Prequel who'll based toys manufactured under license by Hasbro. We're not selling well folks credible. According to Gandhi Laszlo told him that quote the the movies didn't do as well and then sells many toys as has were wanted so they kept begging George. We need more content in between the movies. Lucasfilm pitched the idea of an animated needed serious to cartoon network. The initial idea was that the episodes would be one minute long. I said well I would love to do it. But one minute episodes are basically commercials. And so I don't really want to do that. But if we can get at least three or five minutes I could see what we could try and do with charge. Kaczynski told Lisa Grant Shaw at SCIFI DOT COM in two thousand fifteen lucas An Apparent Fan of Samurai Jack Greed. The project went from theoretical to happening very quickly quote. It was one of those things that just kind of happened in conversation. In the next next thing you know they go. Yup You can have more time and you get two weeks to make a presentation so then it's me and the art director Paul Rubbish just kind of freaking out and figuring out what's going to be the style. What are we going to actually do for it? Because they said we just want clone wars so we had to figure all that stuff out in two weeks time. Tarkovsky told Sifi the vaulting show show star wars clone wars debuted in November. Two thousand three. It was the first star wars television series since the E. Walks animated series which ran from nineteen eighty eighty five to nineteen eighty-six series covered events linking attack of the clones to revenge. The prequels prequels basically within prequels Tartokowski and his team team had to stay within the boundaries. Set by the film's while not contradicting anything that might happen. Insists with an edict to keep character arcs and plot progression to a minimum star hours clone. Wars had to depend on action to tell the story his mission statement for Samurai Jack the series which he was working on before clone wars is instructive in this regard as he said at the NC NC Film Festival in two thousand fifteen quote. I always complained about action shows so I go okay. I'm going to do an action show the way I see it stylized visuals rules visual storytelling little dialogue artistry combined with bad ass action and this philosophy would of course carry on to his next project clone wars which even even by. Today's standards is extraordinarily violent. Yeah it's knocks violent. It's pretty wild. It's depiction of warfare. At least to my eye I draws more on news coverage and general cultural awareness of the Iraq war and modern warfare rather than the kind of world were too aesthetic that the prequels is known for drawing on the fighting is grim and urban and desperate crash clone troops pinned down by snipers smart art missiles homing in on targets. The show was produced using mostly traditional animation techniques pen and Pencil and paper which candy prefers clone wars uses is this style to depict space warfare in the air and cities and underwater cities on a titanic scale and the Djeddai meanwhile are almost godlike hot like one can sense influence of the matrix in a standout sequence involving Mace windu. If you've only wash films you might be a little perplexed. By macy's reputation. Mutation as a master swordsman. He quitted himself well in the battle of genus and of course decapitated Django in front of his quote unquote son clone son. A later though some would disagree he basically got owned by palpitation. I mean palace killed his colleagues right in front of him and then Maye duel with him for a while at Basically Twain with them also distracted by Annika who had spent his entire life doubting basically ago in Tartikoff's Ke's clone wars you understand why Mason by extension the SU feared and respected. Mace finds himself surrounded by an entire army. Needs keynotes like when I say Army a whole whole army like I don't know ten thousand battle droids he then proceeds is dispatched to them all by himself. Force hurling them away in vast numbers like they were matchsticks breaking their Chelsea's with punches and kicks six dismantling them with gestures than using the pieces like a storm shrapnel to shred more score upon score of droids. I'm not sure any jet lead. I in a video medium has ever been as powerful as this six minute or so segment of Mace in the original clone. Wars animators I mean. He's just like unbelievable. Delighted by the one-sided demolition a young boy smiling and thankful for the jet is actions to free his planet landed offers me to drink from his canteen may success then proceeds dead serious like twenty miles away it's like he just jumps jumps into the fray which is in the distance and he just like flies twenty miles. It's nuts homeland or ask. It's so crazy crazy. This series introduced several original characters. Most notably assange venturous in general grievous. Yes while do they grievous now in his first appearance in this incredible look exactly the say exactly the same count do happens. Upon the death of Marianne assange venture at gladiatorial arena and noting her talent talent the force he poached her as his apprentice and extended duel between assange and an-and is a particular highlight of her appearance on the show. Grievous I was asked for personally by Lucas before the second season quote he called me to San Francisco. I had lunch with him. We talked about Star Wars and then he wanted me introduced general grievous and it is quite an introduction. The good general cuts through six jet nights with ease. Killing three in sequence. Plays quite like an animated harpen with grievous. Like hanging upside down like a vampire than just appearing out of nowhere fighting them with to light sabers that he holds in his hands and then he holds with his feet. It's the way you hear your hand before. You see 'em or shadow creeps into the frame. It is quite impressive. Several of the voice actors from Star Wars would continue in their roles in the various series and video video games which followed James Arnold Taylor. follows mel on twitter. Now great moment in my life. I followed him first but still Joe's great absolutely nails you and McGregor as you would like to mail your nails you and Macgregor's mellifluous stones and would go on voice obi-wan-kenobi among others in the two thousand eight clenwar series that followed as well as stores rebels. Tom Kaine as Yoda Corey. Burton is count. DUKU would go onto play zero the hut in the clone wars and a few other characters because episodes were briefed the dialogue even for the primary characters was spare. You'd you'd spend more time parking your car than you would going in to do it. I just come in and say man antic etiquette. Why and Aleve? I love it. Star Wars clone wars ran from two thousand and three to two thousand five. The series was a hit for the cartoon network network. The show twice won the Emmy for outstanding animated program of more than one hour for CBS's wanted to end the Emmy for outstanding individual animation for background key designer Justin. Tom Thomson after the series Gandhi. Still Preaching the Gospel of Traditional Two d animation did work in advertising and return to same jack in two thousand seventeen. He since moved onto onto movies with. The hotel Transylvania series next in line. Now you may be asking what about the action figures information. It's hard to come. How `Bout Hasbro of course did capitalize on the success of clone wars by releasing action figures based on the series included a size for interest and it can mace ace? Obi Wan Yoda Duke. Agrees and clone troopers among various others. The idea of a star wars television show see you clone wars. We see rebels. We see resistance assistance. We see the Mandolin. Plying the uncharted waters between star wars movies is something we take for granted now is completely normal and and that is all because of star wars clone wars. Thank you to Anikin and your shirtless sequence with your body paint great stuff thank you for almost having sex with Padma in an alley. They came really close. Hello really close strategic pause there. You know what I'm saying. You great show if you haven't seen this yet you're wondering how you think it sounds great and boy is it. You can undo some very light googling and find your way to a nice handy edited cut of this on Youtube where it's all right there for you in one sitting delightful now I presume you are acquainted with the collection of half truths and hyperbole known as one Kanobi am I well. Let's how to get better acquainted. I would biblically well. Let's help acquaint everyone else before we conclude today's episode.

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"mace ace" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Tell the hardest thing is like for fucking twenty years. I came home at two o'clock or I came home at one eight food and then I go up to my bedroom and I'd lay down like a little baby and I'd take a nap for two hours. Now you get on a fucking movie set. We were getting picked up four thirty in the morning. Not Coming home till seven thirty at night. Hey you working fifteen hour days. Don't get the fucking nap. It is the hardest thing I saw you guys in behind the scenes videos. It's like do. That's a long fucking doc. In Day people don't understand hockey amazing. You work four hours a day maybe an and you stay fit. Yeah that's checks checks that that that you don't think actors do that whole scene filming that movie. Christopher Nolan's by far and away the most powerful guy onset he snapping at people know he's he's What's interesting about him is like I think that he sets the tone? The moment the sun comes up like everyone is standing on set. The Sun hasn't set hasn't rose yet and like when the directors the guy I leading the charge on his feet all day and I counted. I saw him take four bathroom breaks and the whole twenty two days that we were shooting. I mean this guy's a fucking beast and you know I it rubs off. It's like when you have a captain. That's just a workhorse. You can't it's tough to kind kinda let it slide. So yeah just get said Scott Stevens captains working the hardest zero thing. Were you able to meet Michael. Can I see him on the year. No so they they they shot I see this. I definitely can't say a lot of right right. He wasn't He wasn't filming when I was filming but that would have been. Yeah yeah that can brand names named you to memorize lines. I don't know if we mentioned it last time. You're on the DO I. I can't fucking Oh man. I had never memorized I. I realized once I started this I was like when I hear a song on the radio that I've heard for twenty years. I know none of the fucking words so now all of all the sudden they hand you like last night. I had an audition today for Anna the Shonda rhimes new show about the Russian girl that came came to New York and Condo these people out of money all. Yeah Yeah Yeah finding an so I got I get the pages last night. Six o'clock at night. I gotta addition. Today it's four pages missile dude. I've been up for fucking twenty four hour to probably twenty six hours. I can't memorize shit. I have to read it four hundred times before it even starts to sink in a little bit that I gotTa say it out loud another two hundred times in the mirror in the mirror non the mayor but the whoever's around like I literally like my wife or I I've asked the dog Walker to read lines with me before like anyone that I can find a human that's GonNa fucking heartbeat might trainer when I do my go to the gym for an hour workout. He's running lines with me the whole time. He's like telling me for that. The extra I should. But I haven't Amick warm-up eating lines gives I know you had that issue with the dog groomer the dog tip the a tip on me and then called me. Cheap hotter she she. She texted somebody thinking but she accidentally texted Sean. She writing a nasty message. What's Sean be cheap? First of all so she I get a text message and it's from the groomer and the groom or thinks she's texting her employ. Oy In it says Shawn's coming to pick up the dogs. Make sure you add twenty percent onto his Bill because he's cheap. That cheap fucked bevere test so she sends ends this to me so I write back like capital Aloe Al la ha ha ha ha ha. You fucked this one up and then me immediately. mmediately go to instagram and just on our load on her. That's all but you don't feel bad at all songs that you don't feel bad. I love when the moment you know. When the instagram goes private live it and the facebook and the yellow pages start coming down you know been effective like they go silent for forty eight hours and I did exist exist penalty on him when he's been driving he's like I did my job? I did my job. Are you worried about getting killed in one of these videos. Because I'm worried for you you'RE GONNA go one of these trucks and tell one of these drivers. Go Fuck Yourself. You told me earlier. His dream to walk out of his door and see somebody in the act of stealing wakes up. Yeah I've I've I've played. I've played it out in my head. Four fucking hundred times if I come out of my apartment and I see the guy. And he's cracking my lock. There's one scenario where I drop kick him and then I curb stomp him. There's another where I where I get. I have my bike bike. Lock in my hand and I last sue him with the lock and like suck in Steven Seagal right like I'm going well. This came up a lot a lot. Alan stolen bike stolen. Maybe we could reenact a scene and then we flavors like when you pick up the machine would be. You looked good. I already would be a great. You elect guy I would. I have been so I'll tell you like three days ago. A guy got out of his truck with a hammer and it was the first time he got a somebody's got out of their car. It was a heating and fucking cooling van and the guy we we got into it. I started it. She gets out of the car with a hammer. So I always have generally my backpack and I carry around a fucking giant. Can of bear spray. Gomer you know what bear spray is not mace. Ace hairsprays hairspray over over was gonNA last fucking dares Mason doing a thing to a bear. God knows hair sprays. You got a fighting chance. You got a fighting chance with bear spray. So I'm like fuck. Do I go for the bear spray or are I'm thinking to myself. You got to be pretty accurate to come at me with a hammer and you're gonna get me in a spot that's GonNa put me down like really really you gotta get me on the temple or the top of the head and I can fuck in Juke and move like if you're coming at me I'm going to take a step. I'm going to try to rocky in this. Yeah like hey hey he. He has his trainer. Reenact.

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"mace ace" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Tell the hardest thing is like for fucking twenty years. I came home at two o'clock or I came home at one eight food and then I go up to my bedroom and I'd lay down like a little baby and I'd take a nap for two hours. Now you get on a fucking movie set. We were getting picked up four thirty in the morning. Not Coming home till seven thirty at night. Hey you working fifteen hour days. Don't get the fucking nap. It is the hardest thing I saw you guys in behind the scenes videos. It's like do. That's a long fucking doc. In Day people don't understand hockey amazing. You work four hours a day maybe an and you stay fit. Yeah that's checks checks that that that you don't think actors do that whole scene filming that movie. Christopher Nolan's by far and away the most powerful guy onset he snapping at people know he's he's What's interesting about him is like I think that he sets the tone? The moment the sun comes up like everyone is standing on set. The Sun hasn't set hasn't rose yet and like when the directors the guy I leading the charge on his feet all day and I counted. I saw him take four bathroom breaks and the whole twenty two days that we were shooting. I mean this guy's a fucking beast and you know I it rubs off. It's like when you have a captain. That's just a workhorse. You can't it's tough to kind kinda let it slide. So yeah just get said Scott Stevens captains working the hardest zero thing. Were you able to meet Michael. Can I see him on the year. No so they they they shot I see this. I definitely can't say a lot of right right. He wasn't He wasn't filming when I was filming but that would have been. Yeah yeah that can brand names named you to memorize lines. I don't know if we mentioned it last time. You're on the DO I. I can't fucking Oh man. I had never memorized I. I realized once I started this I was like when I hear a song on the radio that I've heard for twenty years. I know none of the fucking words so now all of all the sudden they hand you like last night. I had an audition today for Anna the Shonda rhimes new show about the Russian girl that came came to New York and Condo these people out of money all. Yeah Yeah Yeah finding an so I got I get the pages last night. Six o'clock at night. I gotta addition. Today it's four pages missile dude. I've been up for fucking twenty four hour to probably twenty six hours. I can't memorize shit. I have to read it four hundred times before it even starts to sink in a little bit that I gotTa say it out loud another two hundred times in the mirror in the mirror non the mayor but the whoever's around like I literally like my wife or I I've asked the dog Walker to read lines with me before like anyone that I can find a human that's GonNa fucking heartbeat might trainer when I do my go to the gym for an hour workout. He's running lines with me the whole time. He's like telling me for that. The extra I should. But I haven't Amick warm-up eating lines gives I know you had that issue with the dog groomer the dog tip the a tip on me and then called me. Cheap hotter she she. She texted somebody thinking but she accidentally texted Sean. She writing a nasty message. What's Sean be cheap? First of all so she I get a text message and it's from the groomer and the groom or thinks she's texting her employ. Oy In it says Shawn's coming to pick up the dogs. Make sure you add twenty percent onto his Bill because he's cheap. That cheap fucked bevere test so she sends ends this to me so I write back like capital Aloe Al la ha ha ha ha ha. You fucked this one up and then me immediately. mmediately go to instagram and just on our load on her. That's all but you don't feel bad at all songs that you don't feel bad. I love when the moment you know. When the instagram goes private live it and the facebook and the yellow pages start coming down you know been effective like they go silent for forty eight hours and I did exist exist penalty on him when he's been driving he's like I did my job? I did my job. Are you worried about getting killed in one of these videos. Because I'm worried for you you'RE GONNA go one of these trucks and tell one of these drivers. Go Fuck Yourself. You told me earlier. His dream to walk out of his door and see somebody in the act of stealing wakes up. Yeah I've I've I've played. I've played it out in my head. Four fucking hundred times if I come out of my apartment and I see the guy. And he's cracking my lock. There's one scenario where I drop kick him and then I curb stomp him. There's another where I where I get. I have my bike bike. Lock in my hand and I last sue him with the lock and like suck in Steven Seagal right like I'm going well. This came up a lot a lot. Alan stolen bike stolen. Maybe we could reenact a scene and then we flavors like when you pick up the machine would be. You looked good. I already would be a great. You elect guy I would. I have been so I'll tell you like three days ago. A guy got out of his truck with a hammer and it was the first time he got a somebody's got out of their car. It was a heating and fucking cooling van and the guy we we got into it. I started it. She gets out of the car with a hammer. So I always have generally my backpack and I carry around a fucking giant. Can of bear spray. Gomer you know what bear spray is not mace. Ace hairsprays hairspray over over was gonNA last fucking dares Mason doing a thing to a bear. God knows hair sprays. You got a fighting chance. You got a fighting chance with bear spray. So I'm like fuck. Do I go for the bear spray or are I'm thinking to myself. You got to be pretty accurate to come at me with a hammer and you're gonna get me in a spot that's GonNa put me down like really really you gotta get me on the temple or the top of the head and I can fuck in Juke and move like if you're coming at me I'm going to take a step. I'm going to try to rocky in this. Yeah like hey hey he. He has his trainer. Reenact.

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"mace ace" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Tell the hardest thing is like for fucking twenty years. I came home at two o'clock or I came home at one eight food and then I go up to my bedroom and I'd lay down like a little baby and I'd take a nap for two hours. Now you get on a fucking movie set. We were getting picked up four thirty in the morning. Not Coming home till seven thirty at night. Hey you working fifteen hour days. Don't get the fucking nap. It is the hardest thing I saw you guys in behind the scenes videos. It's like do. That's a long fucking doc. In Day people don't understand hockey amazing. You work four hours a day maybe an and you stay fit. Yeah that's checks checks that that that you don't think actors do that whole scene filming that movie. Christopher Nolan's by far and away the most powerful guy onset he snapping at people know he's he's What's interesting about him is like I think that he sets the tone? The moment the sun comes up like everyone is standing on set. The Sun hasn't set hasn't rose yet and like when the directors the guy I leading the charge on his feet all day and I counted. I saw him take four bathroom breaks and the whole twenty two days that we were shooting. I mean this guy's a fucking beast and you know I it rubs off. It's like when you have a captain. That's just a workhorse. You can't it's tough to kind kinda let it slide. So yeah just get said Scott Stevens captains working the hardest zero thing. Were you able to meet Michael. Can I see him on the year. No so they they they shot I see this. I definitely can't say a lot of right right. He wasn't He wasn't filming when I was filming but that would have been. Yeah yeah that can brand names named you to memorize lines. I don't know if we mentioned it last time. You're on the DO I. I can't fucking Oh man. I had never memorized I. I realized once I started this I was like when I hear a song on the radio that I've heard for twenty years. I know none of the fucking words so now all of all the sudden they hand you like last night. I had an audition today for Anna the Shonda rhimes new show about the Russian girl that came came to New York and Condo these people out of money all. Yeah Yeah Yeah finding an so I got I get the pages last night. Six o'clock at night. I gotta addition. Today it's four pages missile dude. I've been up for fucking twenty four hour to probably twenty six hours. I can't memorize shit. I have to read it four hundred times before it even starts to sink in a little bit that I gotTa say it out loud another two hundred times in the mirror in the mirror non the mayor but the whoever's around like I literally like my wife or I I've asked the dog Walker to read lines with me before like anyone that I can find a human that's GonNa fucking heartbeat might trainer when I do my go to the gym for an hour workout. He's running lines with me the whole time. He's like telling me for that. The extra I should. But I haven't Amick warm-up eating lines gives I know you had that issue with the dog groomer the dog tip the a tip on me and then called me. Cheap hotter she she. She texted somebody thinking but she accidentally texted Sean. She writing a nasty message. What's Sean be cheap? First of all so she I get a text message and it's from the groomer and the groom or thinks she's texting her employ. Oy In it says Shawn's coming to pick up the dogs. Make sure you add twenty percent onto his Bill because he's cheap. That cheap fucked bevere test so she sends ends this to me so I write back like capital Aloe Al la ha ha ha ha ha. You fucked this one up and then me immediately. mmediately go to instagram and just on our load on her. That's all but you don't feel bad at all songs that you don't feel bad. I love when the moment you know. When the instagram goes private live it and the facebook and the yellow pages start coming down you know been effective like they go silent for forty eight hours and I did exist exist penalty on him when he's been driving he's like I did my job? I did my job. Are you worried about getting killed in one of these videos. Because I'm worried for you you'RE GONNA go one of these trucks and tell one of these drivers. Go Fuck Yourself. You told me earlier. His dream to walk out of his door and see somebody in the act of stealing wakes up. Yeah I've I've I've played. I've played it out in my head. Four fucking hundred times if I come out of my apartment and I see the guy. And he's cracking my lock. There's one scenario where I drop kick him and then I curb stomp him. There's another where I where I get. I have my bike bike. Lock in my hand and I last sue him with the lock and like suck in Steven Seagal right like I'm going well. This came up a lot a lot. Alan stolen bike stolen. Maybe we could reenact a scene and then we flavors like when you pick up the machine would be. You looked good. I already would be a great. You elect guy I would. I have been so I'll tell you like three days ago. A guy got out of his truck with a hammer and it was the first time he got a somebody's got out of their car. It was a heating and fucking cooling van and the guy we we got into it. I started it. She gets out of the car with a hammer. So I always have generally my backpack and I carry around a fucking giant. Can of bear spray. Gomer you know what bear spray is not mace. Ace hairsprays hairspray over over was gonNA last fucking dares Mason doing a thing to a bear. God knows hair sprays. You got a fighting chance. You got a fighting chance with bear spray. So I'm like fuck. Do I go for the bear spray or are I'm thinking to myself. You got to be pretty accurate to come at me with a hammer and you're gonna get me in a spot that's GonNa put me down like really really you gotta get me on the temple or the top of the head and I can fuck in Juke and move like if you're coming at me I'm going to take a step. I'm going to try to rocky in this. Yeah like hey hey he. He has his trainer. Reenact.

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"mace ace" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

13:05 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"We've got this guy. We tied him up. He's al Qaeda. Okay here's your three thousand dollars. was there any vetting process. And then what happened to a lot of those people because most of this torture began In Afghanistan. That's correct. Both of the physical torture at Guantanamo detainee. Fini suffered was most severe in Afghanistan and there was not a whole lot of vetting. They pretty much thought that whoever they had could be a potential terrorists that was a terrorist. They didn't really early Betham all that much. Most of them were just put in these big tents and a Helluva tied up and tortured and then ultimately plane center Guantanamo if they actually captured someone who was a thread they sent him to what they call a black side to see a black site round the world about one hundred twenty five never there was no official number but approximately that number of people were sent to places around the world and severely tortured by the CIA or by proxies at the CIA for the rest of the people were either in Afghanistan Afghanistan. And then I'm pretty much sent to Guantanamo. They figured they'd vet them in Guantanamo which was naturally. All that happened happened is like I said a lot of his politics All right and so your book is essentially an oral history. You have been working on. This is for at least a decade at this point. What was what was the impetus for this for this book Doc? That's a great question. What happened was back in two thousand and eight? When President Obama that time candidate Brcko bombers running and John McCain running Republican Republican Party? Both men said that they want to close Guantanamo. And actually president. George Bush also said he thought Guantanamo should be closed so it seemed like in the air. It was going to happen and my concern. I don't ever since nine eleven I had done work on terrorism post nine eleven and it seemed to me that yes they were probably going to. Whoever became president was probably going to close it and I was concerned that these these stories of Guantanamo would fade away into the dustbin of history if you will and there was no narrative Guantanamo very little written tobacco channel by that time and no one had really told full length stories all histories about Guantanamo? And once that close it'd be over. I felt left and so I was excuse me as long as you asked. I was actually inspired by my father. You probably know the Shoah Foundation which Steven in Spielberg started in the nineteen eighties. He wanted to document the Holocaust and there were Holocaust denies that time and my father had not been an But had barely escaped from Austria just in time and he was one of the people interviewed by the Shoah Foundation nations. I happen to be present when they interviewed him on camera film and that inspired me. I thought we should do that too. We should film these all all his people. Both at detainees were there and Americans who were there. As prison guards interrogators interpreters military official sial government officials people who saw it from both sides and so I was very fortunate. There was someone who had a small foundation in San Francisco Cisco who bay area who often me some money to be able to go to five countries in two thousand. Nine interview sixteen detainees. He's got the the project started and eventually we interviewed one hundred fifty. Eight people both detainees and others over that decade telling the stories on film and no one else has done that in the world of course and we have over three hundred hours film that we donated the Duke University Human Rights Archive. They'RE GONNA put most of it up on the Internet. Did you at the time when you started. Did you anticipate that. Ten years later in the that Guantanamo would still be open that there would still be more than two dozen prisoners. Some some of whom will just will die. They're actually you know it's funny you ask that. Even though I thought it I will. Maybe these men will close Guantanamo. I also don't trust what I hear even from people who have good intentions and I felt that I don't know I don't know if that will happen in someone even from the Obama Administration when he won the transition team in call me up and said Look Peter Look We. We're going to close Guantanamo and we're going to hold hearings and you don't have to do this and I said well I I would love to know that's true but I'm going to start this just in case that's match and so I was still doing ten years later and so so it's not that I'm cynical even skeptical but I just just know the way politics works and I it good example. That SAM is a lot of people when we tell people what we're doing. A lot of people said well Guantanamo's closed. I said it's not closed. Why do you think that? And it's because President Obama said four times. He was closing Guantanamo. People leave if he said it he did it but he never did and honestly. I'm not sure we want to go into. But it wasn't just Republicans blocking income that reason why he'd never did but beside that he never did and and so even people with very good intentions. Don't always follow through and and I felt we had to do this for history. I do actually want to get into that. But let's first talk a little bit about talk a little bit about some of the the of these Spoke to yes and and you know the thing that I was struck by was I talked to To advocates of of of abolishing the capital punishment and one of the things that they talk about. Is You know you never hear the stories of and obviously they shouldn't be centered right. I mean the EH. The victims are but you never hear the stories of how the people who actually kill people how how it impacts the executioners and and there's a quality of work here that I think sort of like brings that out as well but let's start I mean I don't know if there's a detainee that that is that that sticks out in your mind that is most relevant. I'm curious about hearing about and I may be pronouncing his name. Murad benching Benchellali. Yes I mean he was French and he's he he was kind of naive. His brother actually had some connections to toews organization and went off gas and he encouraged Murad to a follow him. Murad was a young man and fact Sam there were. There was some number of juveniles in Guantanamo. who were over sixteen? There were few under sixteen but most were between sixteen and eighteen and they were held as adults and Murad was I think eighteen eighteen or nineteen but he was naive and he kind of followed his but the to Afghanistan and then was caught up like so many other strange's in Afghanistan and purchased list and brought to Guantanamo and he was miserable one of the reasons why he caught my eyes because he was in very depressing. We interviewed him the first time we interviewed him the second time as well and it was because he felt that what he saw in Guantanamo was much worse for him than fiscal prisoner was a psychological the logical prison and I don't think people realize that a lot of the torch. The physical beatings were done Afghanistan. But when the men came to Guantanamo they were more psychologically tortured and to Murad into most of the people. We interviewed detainees. That was worse as one other fringe. Detainee said to us once you pull out the knife start to heal but with psychological torture. You've never heal and the rapid the UN repertory special repertoire offer. Torture told us that after fifteen days in isolation people usually never come back fully and so these men were held in isolation sometimes for for more than a year and they also there were also other ways that they messed with these men in in ways that Murad Express. You just couldn't come back from it. There was something called frequent flyer where they took these men and move them to a cell at let them stay there for two to three thousand house and came to him and said time to move and move them to enter another sell for two or three hours and then came back time to move again. They did that for two or three weeks of the men never got got any sleep and they just removed from cell to cell and that was called frequent phineas done as well. I can go into other ways psychological culture please do. They were told that they were GonNa go home and they were dressed in street clothes they were going to put on a plane and go home and then they would kept in another camp where they were told to getting going home and then they never were going go home and then some days later weeks later they were they were taking them back to their cells and said I guess you're not going home and then another man was told once that his mother was on his way to Guantanamo and she was going to be raped gang-raped if he didn't start talking and so it was so it was in terms of how they mistreated these people they did. They took away what they called comfort items. Where if you didn't behave you didn't tell them what they want to hear? You even denied toothbrushes toilet paper if you will whatever it took to get them to be just more miserable and took defeat into feel like there was no way out in fact some people said there was no way out they were. They thought they were the rules. The the rules in the prison also changed day to day. That people who in charge just made up rules as the day went on and so the men never knew what to expect from moment to the moment and they also played with another way. When we detainee a week is the week is now? They're the Muslims in China when we get told us that they came to pick up his meal and ask for a spoon. He said You'd never gave me a spoon today. And they said yes we did and he said No. You didn't so they brought in what they call the Earth Force which is a force of sixer Gods that come in and Mace Ace the detainee and then beat him up and carry him out and bring them to isolation and and the he said they did that they probably knew he didn't have a spoon they did. Just throw them off. God they kind of want people not to be resisted not to fight back and so you never knew if you're going to be earth did not and this is another even though it might be. Physical and sapphires goal to people is really more psychological. Because you never knew when you be earth it would just happen for leases. That were not rational now. I know that you spoke to a whistle blower and that there is Some military guards you spoke to. was there anybody who you spoke to. Who or have you learned subsequent through other means that how how systemic this was I mean how when they when they start this like frequent flyer program as they called it or when they would put someone in isolation for that had extended period of time or or do any of these things were they were? They were these people where the guards with was the commanders. Whoever authorized this I mean how how high up the chain did it go in terms of authorization A.? M B How how studied was this or was this? Just sort of like Something I learned when I was a working at a jail. You know. uh-huh private prison in Pennsylvania or something like that I mean. Where did these ideas come from?.

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"mace ace" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That's a great question. What happened was back in two thousand and eight? When President Obama that time candidate Brcko bombers running and John McCain running Republican Republican Party? Both men said that they want to close Guantanamo. And actually president. George Bush also said he thought Guantanamo should be closed so it seemed like in the air. It was going to happen and my concern. I don't ever since nine eleven I had done work on terrorism post nine eleven and it seemed to me that yes they were probably going to. Whoever became president was probably going to close it and I was concerned that these these stories of Guantanamo would fade away into the dustbin of history if you will and there was no narrative Guantanamo very little written tobacco channel by that time and no one had really told full length stories all histories about Guantanamo? And once that close it'd be over. I felt left and so I was excuse me as long as you asked. I was actually inspired by my father. You probably know the Shoah Foundation which Steven in Spielberg started in the nineteen eighties. He wanted to document the Holocaust and there were Holocaust denies that time and my father had not been an But had barely escaped from Austria just in time and he was one of the people interviewed by the Shoah Foundation nations. I happen to be present when they interviewed him on camera film and that inspired me. I thought we should do that too. We should film these all all his people. Both at detainees were there and Americans who were there. As prison guards interrogators interpreters military official sial government officials people who saw it from both sides and so I was very fortunate. There was someone who had a small foundation in San Francisco Cisco who bay area who often me some money to be able to go to five countries in two thousand. Nine interview sixteen detainees. He's got the the project started and eventually we interviewed one hundred fifty. Eight people both detainees and others over that decade telling the stories on film and no one else has done that in the world of course and we have over three hundred hours film that we donated the Duke University Human Rights Archive. They'RE GONNA put most of it up on the Internet. Did you at the time when you started. Did you anticipate that. Ten years later in the that Guantanamo would still be open that there would still be more than two dozen prisoners. Some some of whom will just will die. They're actually you know it's funny you ask that. Even though I thought it I will. Maybe these men will close Guantanamo. I also don't trust what I hear even from people who have good intentions and I felt that I don't know I don't know if that will happen in someone even from the Obama Administration when he won the transition team in call me up and said Look Peter Look We. We're going to close Guantanamo and we're going to hold hearings and you don't have to do this and I said well I I would love to know that's true but I'm going to start this just in case that's match and so I was still doing ten years later and so so it's not that I'm cynical even skeptical but I just just know the way politics works and I it good example. That SAM is a lot of people when we tell people what we're doing. A lot of people said well Guantanamo's closed. I said it's not closed. Why do you think that? And it's because President Obama said four times. He was closing Guantanamo. People leave if he said it he did it but he never did and honestly. I'm not sure we want to go into. But it wasn't just Republicans blocking income that reason why he'd never did but beside that he never did and and so even people with very good intentions. Don't always follow through and and I felt we had to do this for history. I do actually want to get into that. But let's first talk a little bit about talk a little bit about some of the the of these Spoke to yes and and you know the thing that I was struck by was I talked to To advocates of of of abolishing the capital punishment and one of the things that they talk about. Is You know you never hear the stories of and obviously they shouldn't be centered right. I mean the EH. The victims are but you never hear the stories of how the people who actually kill people how how it impacts the executioners and and there's a quality of work here that I think sort of like brings that out as well but let's start I mean I don't know if there's a detainee that that is that that sticks out in your mind that is most relevant. I'm curious about hearing about and I may be pronouncing his name. Murad benching Benchellali. Yes I mean he was French and he's he he was kind of naive. His brother actually had some connections to toews organization and went off gas and he encouraged Murad to a follow him. Murad was a young man and fact Sam there were. There was some number of juveniles in Guantanamo. who were over sixteen? There were few under sixteen but most were between sixteen and eighteen and they were held as adults and Murad was I think eighteen eighteen or nineteen but he was naive and he kind of followed his but the to Afghanistan and then was caught up like so many other strange's in Afghanistan and purchased list and brought to Guantanamo and he was miserable one of the reasons why he caught my eyes because he was in very depressing. We interviewed him the first time we interviewed him the second time as well and it was because he felt that what he saw in Guantanamo was much worse for him than fiscal prisoner was a psychological the logical prison and I don't think people realize that a lot of the torch. The physical beatings were done Afghanistan. But when the men came to Guantanamo they were more psychologically tortured and to Murad into most of the people. We interviewed detainees. That was worse as one other fringe. Detainee said to us once you pull out the knife start to heal but with psychological torture. You've never heal and the rapid the UN repertory special repertoire offer. Torture told us that after fifteen days in isolation people usually never come back fully and so these men were held in isolation sometimes for for more than a year and they also there were also other ways that they messed with these men in in ways that Murad Express. You just couldn't come back from it. There was something called frequent flyer where they took these men and move them to a cell at let them stay there for two to three thousand house and came to him and said time to move and move them to enter another sell for two or three hours and then came back time to move again. They did that for two or three weeks of the men never got got any sleep and they just removed from cell to cell and that was called frequent phineas done as well. I can go into other ways psychological culture please do. They were told that they were GonNa go home and they were dressed in street clothes they were going to put on a plane and go home and then they would kept in another camp where they were told to getting going home and then they never were going go home and then some days later weeks later they were they were taking them back to their cells and said I guess you're not going home and then another man was told once that his mother was on his way to Guantanamo and she was going to be raped gang-raped if he didn't start talking and so it was so it was in terms of how they mistreated these people they did. They took away what they called comfort items. Where if you didn't behave you didn't tell them what they want to hear? You even denied toothbrushes toilet paper if you will whatever it took to get them to be just more miserable and took defeat into feel like there was no way out in fact some people said there was no way out they were. They thought they were the rules. The the rules in the prison also changed day to day. That people who in charge just made up rules as the day went on and so the men never knew what to expect from moment to the moment and they also played with another way. When we detainee a week is the week is now? They're the Muslims in China when we get told us that they came to pick up his meal and ask for a spoon. He said You'd never gave me a spoon today. And they said yes we did and he said No. You didn't so they brought in what they call the Earth Force which is a force of sixer Gods that come in and Mace Ace the detainee and then beat him up and carry him out and bring them to isolation and and the he said they did that they probably knew he didn't have a spoon they did. Just throw them off. God they kind of want people not to be resisted not to fight back and so you never knew if you're going to be earth did not and this is another even though it might be. Physical and sapphires goal to people is really more psychological. Because you never knew when you be earth it would just happen for leases. That were not rational now. I know that you spoke to a whistle blower and that there is Some military guards you spoke to. was there anybody who you spoke to. Who or have you learned subsequent through other means that how how systemic this was I mean how when they when they start this like frequent flyer program as they called it or when they would put someone in isolation for that had extended period of time or or do any of these things were they were? They were these people where the guards with was the commanders. Whoever authorized this I mean how how high up the chain did it go in terms of authorization A.? M B How how studied was this or was this? Just sort of like Something I learned when I was a working at a jail. You know. uh-huh private prison in Pennsylvania or something like that I mean. Where did these ideas come from?.

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"mace ace" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

11:24 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"That's a great question. What happened was back in two thousand and eight? When President Obama that time candidate Brcko bombers running and John McCain running Republican Republican Party? Both men said that they want to close Guantanamo. And actually president. George Bush also said he thought Guantanamo should be closed so it seemed like in the air. It was going to happen and my concern. I don't ever since nine eleven I had done work on terrorism post nine eleven and it seemed to me that yes they were probably going to. Whoever became president was probably going to close it and I was concerned that these these stories of Guantanamo would fade away into the dustbin of history if you will and there was no narrative Guantanamo very little written tobacco channel by that time and no one had really told full length stories all histories about Guantanamo? And once that close it'd be over. I felt left and so I was excuse me as long as you asked. I was actually inspired by my father. You probably know the Shoah Foundation which Steven in Spielberg started in the nineteen eighties. He wanted to document the Holocaust and there were Holocaust denies that time and my father had not been an But had barely escaped from Austria just in time and he was one of the people interviewed by the Shoah Foundation nations. I happen to be present when they interviewed him on camera film and that inspired me. I thought we should do that too. We should film these all all his people. Both at detainees were there and Americans who were there. As prison guards interrogators interpreters military official sial government officials people who saw it from both sides and so I was very fortunate. There was someone who had a small foundation in San Francisco Cisco who bay area who often me some money to be able to go to five countries in two thousand. Nine interview sixteen detainees. He's got the the project started and eventually we interviewed one hundred fifty. Eight people both detainees and others over that decade telling the stories on film and no one else has done that in the world of course and we have over three hundred hours film that we donated the Duke University Human Rights Archive. They'RE GONNA put most of it up on the Internet. Did you at the time when you started. Did you anticipate that. Ten years later in the that Guantanamo would still be open that there would still be more than two dozen prisoners. Some some of whom will just will die. They're actually you know it's funny you ask that. Even though I thought it I will. Maybe these men will close Guantanamo. I also don't trust what I hear even from people who have good intentions and I felt that I don't know I don't know if that will happen in someone even from the Obama Administration when he won the transition team in call me up and said Look Peter Look We. We're going to close Guantanamo and we're going to hold hearings and you don't have to do this and I said well I I would love to know that's true but I'm going to start this just in case that's match and so I was still doing ten years later and so so it's not that I'm cynical even skeptical but I just just know the way politics works and I it good example. That SAM is a lot of people when we tell people what we're doing. A lot of people said well Guantanamo's closed. I said it's not closed. Why do you think that? And it's because President Obama said four times. He was closing Guantanamo. People leave if he said it he did it but he never did and honestly. I'm not sure we want to go into. But it wasn't just Republicans blocking income that reason why he'd never did but beside that he never did and and so even people with very good intentions. Don't always follow through and and I felt we had to do this for history. I do actually want to get into that. But let's first talk a little bit about talk a little bit about some of the the of these Spoke to yes and and you know the thing that I was struck by was I talked to To advocates of of of abolishing the capital punishment and one of the things that they talk about. Is You know you never hear the stories of and obviously they shouldn't be centered right. I mean the EH. The victims are but you never hear the stories of how the people who actually kill people how how it impacts the executioners and and there's a quality of work here that I think sort of like brings that out as well but let's start I mean I don't know if there's a detainee that that is that that sticks out in your mind that is most relevant. I'm curious about hearing about and I may be pronouncing his name. Murad benching Benchellali. Yes I mean he was French and he's he he was kind of naive. His brother actually had some connections to toews organization and went off gas and he encouraged Murad to a follow him. Murad was a young man and fact Sam there were. There was some number of juveniles in Guantanamo. who were over sixteen? There were few under sixteen but most were between sixteen and eighteen and they were held as adults and Murad was I think eighteen eighteen or nineteen but he was naive and he kind of followed his but the to Afghanistan and then was caught up like so many other strange's in Afghanistan and purchased list and brought to Guantanamo and he was miserable one of the reasons why he caught my eyes because he was in very depressing. We interviewed him the first time we interviewed him the second time as well and it was because he felt that what he saw in Guantanamo was much worse for him than fiscal prisoner was a psychological the logical prison and I don't think people realize that a lot of the torch. The physical beatings were done Afghanistan. But when the men came to Guantanamo they were more psychologically tortured and to Murad into most of the people. We interviewed detainees. That was worse as one other fringe. Detainee said to us once you pull out the knife start to heal but with psychological torture. You've never heal and the rapid the UN repertory special repertoire offer. Torture told us that after fifteen days in isolation people usually never come back fully and so these men were held in isolation sometimes for for more than a year and they also there were also other ways that they messed with these men in in ways that Murad Express. You just couldn't come back from it. There was something called frequent flyer where they took these men and move them to a cell at let them stay there for two to three thousand house and came to him and said time to move and move them to enter another sell for two or three hours and then came back time to move again. They did that for two or three weeks of the men never got got any sleep and they just removed from cell to cell and that was called frequent phineas done as well. I can go into other ways psychological culture please do. They were told that they were GonNa go home and they were dressed in street clothes they were going to put on a plane and go home and then they would kept in another camp where they were told to getting going home and then they never were going go home and then some days later weeks later they were they were taking them back to their cells and said I guess you're not going home and then another man was told once that his mother was on his way to Guantanamo and she was going to be raped gang-raped if he didn't start talking and so it was so it was in terms of how they mistreated these people they did. They took away what they called comfort items. Where if you didn't behave you didn't tell them what they want to hear? You even denied toothbrushes toilet paper if you will whatever it took to get them to be just more miserable and took defeat into feel like there was no way out in fact some people said there was no way out they were. They thought they were the rules. The the rules in the prison also changed day to day. That people who in charge just made up rules as the day went on and so the men never knew what to expect from moment to the moment and they also played with another way. When we detainee a week is the week is now? They're the Muslims in China when we get told us that they came to pick up his meal and ask for a spoon. He said You'd never gave me a spoon today. And they said yes we did and he said No. You didn't so they brought in what they call the Earth Force which is a force of sixer Gods that come in and Mace Ace the detainee and then beat him up and carry him out and bring them to isolation and and the he said they did that they probably knew he didn't have a spoon they did. Just throw them off. God they kind of want people not to be resisted not to fight back and so you never knew if you're going to be earth did not and this is another even though it might be. Physical and sapphires goal to people is really more psychological. Because you never knew when you be earth it would just happen for leases. That were not rational now. I know that you spoke to a whistle blower and that there is Some military guards you spoke to. was there anybody who you spoke to. Who or have you learned subsequent through other means that how how systemic this was I mean how when they when they start this like frequent flyer program as they called it or when they would put someone in isolation for that had extended period of time or or do any of these things were they were? They were these people where the guards with was the commanders. Whoever authorized this I mean how how high up the chain did it go in terms of authorization A.? M B How how studied was this or was this? Just sort of like Something I learned when I was a working at a jail. You know. uh-huh private prison in Pennsylvania or something like that I mean. Where did these ideas come from?.

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"mace ace" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

GamesMyMomFound

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound

"Thanks. Yeah what was his name. I can't I can't find it. I enjoyed this series. The first one for me at least was definitely the weakest but I hurt a for Seattle. I was a little. Oh in my mind like I was named the Astor Kerak in Phila- as I'm probably pronouncing around but he has a navias kraken fellow Yeah this was the weakest for me out of all of them just because like I said palpitation was a chatty fucking gaffey and it felt like it felt like this was made. It's not necessarily anything wrong with it. Felt like this first part was written for people who have never watched star wars accents where they had to explain everything to like. Get you up to speed. I could kinda see that I mean a lot of the parts were Batur is just just going out and doing whatever he wants. He later realizes that he needs the emperor to explain that. He's like his right hand and goes back to what you were saying of him. Being chatty Cathy it's it's very weird that he would be the one the emperor would be the one to go out and talk to people because usually as as Baiter to do that but but I guess he had to. Nobody knew who vader was like. That's one of the things that they talk about. It here is that they have no fucking idea who he is. It's yeah well there's been a part where like he's he captures a Janai and he's going to take her hostage. And he's with all these storm troopers in there and she's like you fools. Don't you know you're taking orders from Djeddai. I just tosses them all out of the plane. He's like that was your fault. Yeah I I definitely want to talk about our that is yeah. We'll talk about Joe. Kosta new is great. She's break character. But yeah it's like it has like the reboot problem with with any any movie or show that gets rebooted and they have toy explain. How things are different now? Were they just say like like hi. I'm palpitation and you're you're the dark lord of the city and I'm the one leading the empire it's like. Yeah we know booth passed this like we WANNA reading. This comic is not going to understand who these scare fears are simply picked it up for the first time that this was there. I started to meet that person whose who is like. I want to get into Star Wars. The best place to start is the third darth vader comic series. Second Debit Account. Fanfare Fun. The second even if it's the second I'm GONNA to start with the second darth vader series of of comic books. And that's how I'M GONNA get into sure they exist but it seems those that read read comics. This was just a number one doesn't say volumes doesn't say issue twenty six it just one so means get into it. Marvel is very bad about doing doing that because they always feel like they can up price whenever they saw an issue one. They don't feel like doing it over and over again. Just do it like like look at how like why anyone who's watched star wars rebels knows like that show like even clone wars. This shows just like they just start. They're just like the first season of foam is is a little rough but they learned their lesson pretty quick and unravel unravel sorry. I was like all right. We're in this is star wars. You know what the fuck is going on. Yeah I really need to watch rebels. Did like that in his first fight against the jet. I is ask fucking beat shift. I liked that and he just like I killed them. And he's like no it just sitting there rebuild themselves at the bottom of the cliff. Yeah and again. It shows how the Jed eye are there. Too Confident or too cocky. Like he should've went down and finish the damn job when he had the chance. And Yeah I want to say that when they reveal like how the metal like prosthetic is connected to his by. It just looks so painfully painfully connected. Like it's stuck right in there and it's painful to help activate. His anger is making more powerful to. I've read that. I watched the video. Jio somewhere about that. Just looks gross yeah interesting about bidders armor is designed to make him stronger and more intimidating. It's all it's all very carefully designed breath like because I mean initially it was designed by balancing invader just built upon it himself. which actually is something I love in this series is like is how it shows vader like building up his armor over time throughout series like see him adding pieces and putting it together with the Force Act too even when he gets to new terrain on a different planet he switches like his goggle color to like look around? Yeah acclimate threats sunglasses mode. It's still cool. And just the way that he'd beat the I two of I thought was cool that 'cause he's I mean he just like sheriff fight you care about these people were just good. Destroy the whole city. So you're preoccupied murder you. Yeah it's like now starting to show like as part of the Darth vader that. Like an unstoppable. Killing machine doesn't care about anything that's kind of what makes them intimidating. which isn't any original movies? Really the old movies. Excuse me his fucking interest is like entrance is like one of the most iconic villain entrances of all time. If not the most I mean you. That's the story behind that. How like originally they had to do that? Voice over with Earle Jones because the English guy. Reciting the lines. Yeah Xavier Karasu is like Is Not copy. But he's like very proper posh English for instance later tell me what the death star plans are. That wouldn't have were willing to work at all but I just and again. Why didn't I should have just been like the needs out many with the needs of the field like fuck these people I need to kill? You would say the damn galaxy but no. Let's try to rescue somebody die in the process away. Well they will explore explore that later but yeah I like about other. You're not talking about this comic. Are you talking about no in this comic later. Where characters does just that? Yes yes okay. I forgot about that. But there's one scene that I really like I really reason. I didn't like preventive for a long time as I don't like the fact that vader turn evil in such a dumb way like I think that he shouldn't there's a scene here after he makes his mace's aces lightsaber and he comes. Back to pauline again. It's not real. It didn't happen but I like the idea that if it goes like all I see you have a new saver. He turns it on and Closes Green Green. And he's like Oh chosen start fighting. I just that idea. I would have loved to see a world where he killed team and goes back. Act Obi Wan and he's advocate and they. Yeah they really they have Like dream sequence in this where I'm really dream vision. He gets when he's initially trying to turn the lightsaber crystal. He can't and like it. Forces him to the. It's like the first. It's the first introduction of the concept of like the forest focus on must've far and why he's there. Yeah yeah but it shows like like in his mind he sees he sees himself failing going to want to kill him because he's just turn into a monster at this point and lasts backings backings like no. I'm better than this. I may have killed that old guy. I don't like I I have never liked I. I didn't like how he turned evil. But that's neither here nor there it's one thing to lose your mom but like to just suddenly WanNa kill children during that over. It seems like a stretch. I mean it's something.

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"mace ace" Discussed on Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

12:02 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Lift Your Eyes Forget the Channel

"Equations Chapter Five. This is nineteen to twenty Christian singing. Why and how music is part of who we are as human beings? We all know that music stirs the soul and engages. The hot but music isn't just something that happens to us. Music is something we do. Human Beings Seeing of course not all of us are very good at keeping Chin. I'm certainly knows but most of us still seeing or at least we humming along under a bridge to the tunes. We hear other. Seeing indeed. Human beings often sing to give. This has been true of societies. Society's down through the ages wither it's fruit chains anthems or chance at sporting events seeing has brought people together stood hotson consoles and enable people to express together what thy love and long four and some ways. Modern Technology has changed changed. How we in our Western society engaged with music? We now have instant access to a huge range of music from around the world record for our convenience convenience so we can play it back at Leisure and listen in private as a result we can each pick and choose and consume music. According to our individual tastes this means that the phenomenon of singing together using voices to sing one unsown with others needs to us is becoming less common in modern world on one Basser on one street corner. You're likely to find fifty eighty paypal with the pods listening to fifty different songs rather than a group of people all singing the same song and this. This means that the I.. Jolt Christian practice of singing together is becoming a little strange and antiquated and our world. I'll play the piano and I've been involved in church music for many years serving as a musician and music later in various contexts. One thing I've noticed is that when visitors who aren't familiar with church which come join us. They can find the whole idea of people singing together a little bit foreign uncomfortable. Yes despite its Strangeness Business We still do it. Why do we Christians resist the modern trend towards individualizing music and keeping singing together when we mace? Ace why does singing together matter to us so match in these verses from visions the apostle pulses else's something in some important things about Christian singing and what pulses he helps us to see why Christian sync together. It also helps us to understand a little bit more about how we should sing together. Officials Chapter Five US as nineteen to twenty speak to another with Psalms and hymns and spiritual songs singing and making music with your heart to the Lord constantly really giving thanks for everything in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ to God and father who first. Let's look at why Christian seen Christian singing is a result of what Paul has despite a bass in the previous I. He said Bay be fulfilled by the Spirit's innovations being fulfilled by the spirit is about becoming who we were made to be for the sake of God and his purposes God has a great plan for his world to sum up all things in Christ and we believe of his play. A key. Part in this plan as Christ's body the church over the final fulfillment of God's plan weren't happened until the Lost Austin when Christ returns nevertheless even now through his Holy Spirit God is bringing us towards fulfillment a neighboring us to leave for him him and his purposes as this happens we have some work to do building one another up and growing together as cross body yet this is not ultimately are ironwork. It's God's work. God's spirit brings us to believe in Christ and strengthens us in Christ and in these verses we see that one important result of being fulfilled by. The Spirit's is that we seeing this tells us something very significant about Christian. Singing singing by itself doesn't cause God's spirit to welcome US rather it's the offices. The Spirit's work in US through the Gospel causes us to seeing. This is unfortunately absolutely one of the fundamental and serious resolve Bethel music a large and influential music publisher in the US. I they see it as a task to you. Create worship songs that carry God's prisons to worshippers and worship events to host his. That is God's presence I'm quitting From the missions titles but asking does not Harry God's presence instead Christ prisons among us but his spirit through faith in his word carries us. God's spirit leads us to sing praises to the God who signed us if we get it the wrong way round out. Singing will end up replacing. The Role of God's Holy Spirit will fill. We need to work ourselves up into a sit in emotional allstate throughout singing said that we can bring God's presence down to Earth. This is disastrous for AL faith because it makes our emotional state rather than the truth of the gospel of Jesus. Christ the measure of God's presence among us in fact the idea that our activities activities can carry gone. His prison ultimately adultress. The True God carries us. We don't carry him you see. The Nasdaq is up to forty-six a why do we seem. We died seemed to cause God to work in us. We sing because God is at work in us by his spirit bringing us to trust and know the Lord Jesus Christ through the message of the Gospel. Singing is the result of this work of God in our lives. The first few words Paul uses to describe singing he might sound a little strange. At first glance. He doesn't start by saying sing to God but speak to another in other words. A- singing is a form of speech to one another. This means singing. It has an important horizontal dimension. Singing involves building one another up through the use of words by using the word. Let's speak Polish. He deliberately connecting the idea of Christian singing with all the things he's already said in the face and about Christian speech at Christian life together involves speaking the truth in love to one another. This means speaking the Gospel of Jesus Christ speaking the implications of the Gospel and speaking the Gospel shaped way within the network of loving relationships characterized by God's love for us in Jesus we to build one another up with the truth of the Gospel rather than get carried away by false teachings an empty words. We are to speak the truth rather than lies to one another. Aw We had to speak words that point people to Jesus and build them up in him. Speaking to another in this way is at the core without lives together as Christians so pulled describes singing as a form of speech to one another he says important indications for how we understand and practice singing Christian singing is not simply a private individual experience. It's not even a private individual experience among others having their own private individual experiences in the same room it's not just about building building assets up as individuals rather it's about being built together as the body of Christ and that means that practice of singing should not involve involve shutting others others off for example. We should spend out singing Tom. Church with is closed only concentrating on their own individual experience. It's as we sing. We should be opening ourselves to one another to build others up and to be. Intern built up by others Christian. Singing is not about each individual scene individual words to himself or herself rather it's about everybody. Seeing the same intelligible Gospel Gospel focused words together building. One another up in God's word what are we to seeing pull he. You mentioned Psalms Hymns and spiritual songs. He's not talking here about three different forms of soul. All three terms commonly used in the Old Testament discard pretty much the same thing. Israel's responsive prizen worship to God but the three different words help us to see that there are different aspects of the one activity of singing to the woods. SOM- helps us to focus on the musical aspect of singing. Assam was originally a song accompanied by string instruments. It's related to the phrase making music and this is when it cut. This is when it comes to singing. Why the musical aspect aspect is important? Why well there's just something about music? Isn't they. Music has a power to affect us. It gets under under asking instead. Sol's music helps us to engage in a deep emotional level with the truth of the Gospel is particularly powerful. When used to help us to consciously engage our whole bangs a mind wills and their affections with the truth of the Gospel the emotional powered our music is a wonderful gift from God now because music is so powerful there are dangers associated with it? For example music can be used to manipulate their emotions and bypass our minds. And wills this happens when the music itself rather than the truth of the Gospel ospel dominates the experience when repetition volume or other musical devices a used to overwhelm the experience so that the words themselves become largely irrelevance and we need to resist this danger another danger associated with the deeply emotional power of music. Is that music can divide us. Yes we will come to church with different past experiences and different emotional reactions to different kinds of easy and this is where we need to remember that singing. Singing is not just about ourselves but about one. Another as God's people gathered together we need to sing a variety of songs and some types so that all of us would have varied preferences experiences have a chance to engage our whole beings with the truth of the Gospel. We need to keep bearing with each other and forgiving giving each other in this. It's profound active love to sing a song. That isn't your style for the sake of brother or sister who loves that style and will be built up by.

"mace ace" Discussed on Off the Red Carpet with George Pennacchio

Off the Red Carpet with George Pennacchio

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Off the Red Carpet with George Pennacchio

"The first couple of episodes is kind of his new budding relationship with Sean and developing you know not a mentor but just two buddies and it's kind of like homo not to loneliest guys on the show. It's it's almost like the two the two people that are very quiet with their internal feelings. And it's it's he started seeing sprinkles of it in in the episodes where they start sharing are the Alex Park wants to share. The only person he feels safe in really sharing with is is Sean. I think when you talk about this show there is clearly a love for being here and you you know based on that one time watching the show. That was too difficult. How I don't know the the white we're but how maybe on spying for people who are tuning in people tune into the show and when it's over they don't necessarily forget it some of the episodes last asked and some of the themes or the illnesses that you guys tackle people know someone were you know? There's a there's a connects next people. That's the word connection. Yes and that's to me is is anybody who watches this show is someone you know. Eventually we will all be part of this system in some way or another whether it's kids whether it's her mom or dad or US individually and I think that the cool thing about this show is you know Freddie Moore's Moore's character along with the other residents and doctors you know it's always about what if or how do we or it's not this. Could it be that you and I found having been in that system in the real world that is not always the case and and I love that. This show teaches people to go. Oh no question it questioning question. Your best advocate. Where your your son or daughter's best advocate another doctor continuing to make rounds as Morgan resnick? She's played by Fiona Guberman. I'm conflicted sometimes about Dr Morgan. Because for instance in the first episode of the new season she is so happy be when someone has cancer. And you don't know how to react to that moment. Well the clarify. She's not so without that they've cancer cancer but she's so happy that it's opportunity for her to get to do her for Solo surgery and it is a very curable cancer. So it's not you know and here's another thing. You promised me a disaster about a first date you let this character loves the. She's kind of like the tornado in the the room. Sometimes isn't she well things up but she also is gifted is that gifted with I say this in with all the love and the world as my mother got older in life there was a filter that disappeared and she just said whatever it was she was thinking. Morgan has that filter at her young. I mean it's amazing. I would like that filter. No filter Morgan. It is unapologetic in many areas. Including just speaking what she what she thinks she's she's very opinionated. And the thing about Morgan is. She likes offer opinion in her advice. And she's not doing it to be mean but she's just not wasting any energy on being Mace Ace. So it's sometimes it's the harsh truth and people don't always enjoy enjoy the delivery the Russian producers of the show of decided that the residents. We're going to get more opportunity this season. So that's going to be great for your character. Yeah it's been amazing. Morgan is much bigger part of this season. And it's really cool like there's so many different sides Morgan. That people are going to get to see She's very competitive stuff. That happens and and you see more for vulnerability more of the things and she's going through in her own life and then also the different ways in which she helps other people patients and her co workers. It's a really cool journey to be on and I'm loving it win we've seen have Morgan can be when it's all stripped down. And when she needs someone in her life is they're going to be someone this season that you think Morgan will be spending more time with or being more open up with. You definitely see some of that. I would say a lot of Morgan's organs journey. This season is how she grows through helping other people and how how she gets affected by Being there for her co workers in her patients and during times. It's it's really cool. The thing about the good doctor is that it's always asking questions. It's always bringing gop controversial or as you know issues or things that people are GonNa talk about and they really try hard to present both sides fairly and and equally on the show and not necessarily tell you which is right or wrong but just to really start a discussion about topics and it school to the apart about and sometimes you agree with your character stance and sometimes you definitely do not but you know that's the beauty of the show and its storytelling is it gets people thinking and talking talking and one last. TV Doctor. I spoke with in Vancouver Hill Harper. WHOSE ALTER EGO DR Marcus Andrews? I think when we see the first episode of the new season what we see is a man who is listening. And I think that's really important because your character's been so used to doling thing it out taking it in is pretty powerful stuff. Yeah it is and woods. And that's what's exciting about playing the character because getting into a rhythm of of playing a character where everything is is him telling people what they're doing wrong and trying to put up walls and barriers to be kind of impenetrable. But you know someone who's in a leadership role that's able to maybe take some self analysis. Wouldn't that be great in this world. We live in today that our leaders would be able to look in the mirror and actually do some salve analyzing. That's what happens with this character and I think that's an interesting thing to play. I've I've asked people you get a sense. It's of what the new season will be for us because I watched one episode and I'm laughing. I'm intrigued and I think three times. I'm trying not to have tears tears in my eyes in a room full of women. Well he to me. What makes the show brilliant? And what makes the writing. The best on television is the fact act that it can simultaneously be touching be funny but also be really smart and it. It's really interesting because usually folks folks default into one category. Oh it's very just melodrama or we're just going to be funny or we're just going to try to hammer you over the head with with message. Our show is able to ride a beautiful wave. And that's all due to to David shore and the writing staff and and that's why it's wonderful to be able to play it because because every time you pick up an episode and every time you you don't know exactly what you're going to do not just one-dimensional we're GONNA see. More of the personal life of Dr Melendez does and and Christina Chang. We're going to see more of the personal life of the good doctor. Are we going to see more of your personal life. If you know what I I always wonder how come last season. My wife never walked down the stairs of our big beautiful house. We saw we did so. Hopefully we'll see more this season email. I am the character on the show. That is happily married. I wear I don't have on right now because I just came out of surgery so I don't wear my wedding ring in surgery patient. Lose the patient lift. Things are going well so But usually I have a wedding ring on and and hopefully we'll see The other half of this ring a lot to see them. I really enjoyed my time with the cast. Cast the good doctor. I always do and it was great to be in Vancouver on the set seeing what it really looks like behind the scenes. And I'll tell you it's very impressive off and you can keep up with all that's happening on the good doctor. Monday nights on A._B._C.. For off the Red Carpet George Pinocchio. Thanks for being here by..

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"mace ace" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"All in the book is called bring in the right hander and since you were a lefty I was a little bit puzzled by the title and then I opened up the book and read the First Paragraph in the first chapter and you talk about how your brother who was a right hander introduced you to the game of baseball is that's why it's called bringing the right hander well. That's a pretty good gas. Ask but no that's not it at all it was when I was writing a book run that I took a look at the numbers the games that I had pitched it then I started figuring how how many complete games that I have how many games did I finish as a relief pitcher and it dawned on me doing the math that three out of four times that I went out there somebody had to come in after me and when to manager made the pitching change between innings the last thing that I heard him say to the home plate umpire was bringing the right hander and that was my call for exit and I went back to the dugout was a lot better than my second choice. which was it's a cold day? Dan Hell which refers to the fact that someone told me about my chances of actually getting this book published. I like the brother story a little bit better. I think that makes it more family oriented. I would go with that then. Tell me a little bit about growing up back in the Midwest because you played on the school yards of the ball fields of overland Missouri well. It was a different kind of existence than what I'm sure kids have today everything it seems today is so organized back then we we went outside to play and like a lot of other kids of men and women who are now under sixty s we went out in the morning. Stop back for lunch and made sure we were home before for dinner and there were no play dates we met at a school yard. We met at an open lot and we played our games and made the rules accordingly. If one team needed an extra player than we sent somebody over to the other team the whole idea was to play and that's exactly what we did did your brother factor in to any great degree as far as your love for baseball Jerry probably to a certain degree because he introduced me to it and when he got home from mm school and I got home from school we played what we could in the backyard. Dad didn't get home until a little bit later so yeah he was there he was first. He was foremost my younger. Brother didn't come along until a couple years later but once I discovered baseball dad then got me glove that was for a left handed thrower as opposed to my as opposed to my brother who was a right hander and it just grew from there when Jim my older brother went to High School of course he had his high school friends but but I kept the traditional live backyards and school yards which were close by and all of the kids in the neighborhood and some other neighborhoods were able to put things together other and we played all summer long in all my father was in the Air Force and he was based at Shenuda field and ran tool annoy now that's out in the middle of the cornfields builds and I'm sure to some degree. It was probably a little bit like what you know you played baseball because the Midwest is really family oriented and everything and I remember an American Legion game. I was playing playing when a thunderstorm rolled in over the planes and lightning across the sky and the last thing I remembered standing on the mound was watching the backstop glow. Was it like that for you or those games James when you play during the summer with the other kids and everything something like that did it had that or about a Jerry not necessarily because we weren't out near the cornfields Elsom we were actually in the suburbs and even though there were some open lots there were there were houses. It was a subdivision and of course we didn't have the romance that you would have with the cornfields and and plane Sunday ball agree to that but we were on the ground floor of Little League League when it started I think it was in the early fifties and gradually because of the number of kids that were coming into the Saint Louis Area McDonald aircraft was building airplanes at that time for the government and so there were a lot of families that were coming in from the south some from the east some from the West and they all kind of congregated aggregated in the area where we were so there was a need for sports and baseball it seemed to explode at that time and a couple of real estate agent Scott together put together a six field complex and that was front and Center on the baseball activity in the community and the surrounding areas. When did you think that this could be a job for you that you could make it to the major leagues well? It was never a job to me was more of a love but I knew that I could play okay and I knew that I could be successful. I was bigger than the other kids I could throw harder but just how good I was you. Don't know that until actually you grow and you play against other kids but I could hold my own not only with kids my age but with a couple of with kids that were a couple years older when I reached fourteen after my freshman year in high school I tried out for the local American Legion team and much to my surprise. I made the team and the reason why was the coach told maces aces. I've had a lot of kids come through here but you definitely have a chance to play ball in the major leagues. I'm GONNA take you you're GONNA pitch. You'RE GONNA pitch a little bit here a little bit there but I'm GonNa bring you along and by the time you're a senior and it's your turn to get into the amateur draft. I'm GonNa make sure that you're drafted as high as you can. It was because of that kind of foresight and the same kind of approach with a high school coach that I was able to make my way kind of a fast ask jump through high school and to the second round draft choice by the cardinals back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven so I guess there is some truth to the to the phrase it takes it takes a village to raise a ball player you on your first Major League game in nineteen sixty nine. Tell me about it. I signed with the cardinals in nineteen sixty st seven which Kinda surprised me because they were in the background of all of the teams scouts that I had talked to. I really didn't know who was going to draft me but the cardinals signals did they did so second round and I guess they saw the benefit of a local product that did have major league potential because it would help them. I'm further down the line. I didn't know just how beneficial that was to me simply because they had won the world series and they had a stock farm system but to my advantage was expansion because of that good farm system that the cardinals had San Diego Montreal took a lot of guys who were slated ahead ahead of me so that I was then in a year where I should have spent the entire year in Aa Ball. I spent it in tripling. The cardinals didn't play quite as well all in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. They were still pretty good. They were twelve games over five hundred but that was the year the cubs and then the last part of the year belong to the mets who blew the cubs CBS away and pass them and ultimately became world champions but because the cardinals were looking to get younger I had a good season in AAA. I led the League and a couple of different categories including innings pitched in games one. I was one of the top prospects in the organization ended merited a call up in nineteen sixty sixty nine which was just a little bit over two years after I graduated from a local high school and that first game was against it was against Montreal all and a former cardinal farmhand Jerry Robertson pitched in the minor leagues. He was one of the guys that was ahead of me but he got his major league shot with Montreal and it was on a cold Saturday afternoon that the game was delayed a couple of times by rain but we managed to get it in and I was happy about that because I I got my first major league win. Who Was it took you underneath their wing because invariably we hear during that era of baseball that when a rookie came up there was always the veteran or veterans friends who would usher them along the way in the early going? I think it happened even before I got to the Big Leagues of course my high school coach he was instrumental dreux mental and teaching me the game fundamentals and I could say the same thing about the American Legion coach so I had two coaches in Saint Louis as an amateur that prepared me for Major League ball long before I was even ready George Kissel the longtime cardinal coach in the minor leagues spent a number of years. Here's with cardinals and just about every capacity and anybody that came through the cardinals organization in the fifties sixties seventies all had Georgia's imprint sprint on them and it made a huge difference so that by the time I got to the big leagues I was brought along probably as well as anybody based on a number of years of experience experience that I had and then once I got the big legs well there were a couple of hall of famers that were playing that I could watch emulate and ask questions and and as a result well it it kept me around. It got me up to the Big Leagues when I was twenty years old and kept me around until I was forty one. What was your reaction? When you were traded rated the first time that was a tough one because it was a salary holdout and I had dealt with the cardinals before at the minor league level and the way that we figured out the salary that I was going to get? I chose a number than I thought I was worth and then I doubled it in that's where I started. They started headed low and we met somewhere in the middle and I figured what experienced I have other than the fact that had negotiated a couple of contracts the minor league level level. I thought the cardinals had reverted to something like that. I got a six thousand dollar raise for half a season in AAA and half a season in the big lakes and I won fourteen games so after I won fourteen games my full first major league season I thought well six thousand dollars sounds about right to me eight four my for a salary for my second full year cardinals didn't see it that way they offered three. They stuck at three and I you gave him a price hoping to meet somewhere in the middle. We never had a discussion that produce that Jerry Rice is with US and again. I want you to check out his book. It's an interesting read about a game saying that he loved and he pitched in twenty two years of the major league level. It's called bring in the right hander. We continue with more of you and sports byline. Are you an active stock market investor. Will then you know these three.

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"mace ace" Discussed on The Full 48

The Full 48

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"mace ace" Discussed on The Full 48

"In the off season. You know either gaining fifteen pounds of muscle lose fifty pounds of fat or <hes> shooting shooting like ten thousand day. What's which boxer you checking well so so right off the season right. It was like crazy for me so right. After the season I took like forty forty-five days off and I actually gained over twenty pounds. I every offseason saw mommy mom my mother's used to it so again over over twenty pounds and and now all back to my play. I was closer to seventy five number unlike between two fifty to fifty five. Is that your right deal way always to fifty to fifty five and the Celtics have any particular <hes> requests or go along that line or is that they're fine with. That's where they want. Celtics maybe two three days. That's it okay because I've been so busy shoveling everywhere I I taught him. Sometimes they might have mediocre. Come over Celtics practice little bit worker workout little with the guys but I'm like a leader yeah. It's my first or second season. I got my going to nine seasons. I'll be there you oh you know the the the as I do yeah so was there anything in particular you want to accomplish this summer in terms of the off season training or your game well. Another league is changing engine a lot obviously and then now people are especially the big message. You don't really see back to basketball players anymore now everybody UCLA almost eight about such shooting threes <music> and put the ball on the floor that I'm that that's what my my main man focused. This summer should a lot of threes trying to put the ball on the floor and then if I if I feel like if fewer team meeting of course give you confidence and then I remember media there with Cambe dineen sitting next right so he said you know that the three point shot is now for decoration how Mike Okay say no more. I got you so that was the green light from the moment. They introduced you yes. I'm my I'm <music>. I'm confidence like I'm GonNa taking threes. You might as well say it now because a media day you're going to have to come up with that number of how many threes you shop per day or whatever because that's what we do in training everybody trots out so how many how many threes per day at least one third to two hundred. It's not enough to two hundred tries Mace Ace. George Mason makes me sad that you're shooting at the percentage. Well I mean I'm I'm good at provoke Roy Moore but I don't really I'm not against anybody but I'm just even if you play pick up some time you got so much confident because I mean you not is nice now real by when the game time hits and that's what matters but I I think if your team is in your give you confidence..

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"mace ace" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

Reasons to be Cheerful

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Reasons to be Cheerful

"We need very large prevalence study to understand who is impacted negatively and then work out from there what they're doing being and whether there are potentially some will harmful types of gambling than others some more addictive types of gambling or types of gambling that are more attractive to to young people to children for example. Can we talk about you described <hes> gambling addiction as both a disease and an illness. Can we talk about what what are the underlying causes of that and also what you've found to be effective ways of treating gambling addiction at the national no problem gambling center so gambling disorder is the world over known as an illness in the old days it will seem more as as a as a weakness of the individual unable to resist environmental cues such as bookmakers for example on their way home from work. Nowadays we are very well aware <hes> that some people have a predisposing vulnerability. I'll start with the genetics of it. We know that all addictions there is a significant component is hera so about half of our patients have parents or grandparents who were problem gamblers. We know that impulsivity which is again very closely closely linked to neurobiological deregulation is much much higher in pathological gamblers and in other than in the general population so these are two factors that play a big part we also see people who start gambling at a later age who may not have the genetic predisposition but a gambling to fill a void maybe after a bereavement or divorce a loss <hes> sometimes a loss of a job with financial concerns and they feel that by gambling they might be able to to due to <hes> <hes> more money now there is one last group the students there is a large concern about students university people who are trying to gamble to make money to get through their degree years and we come across quite a few who drop out of university but who started with the mace ace perception that they would be able to make money from gambling and today those are the other factors that you've described are the students distinct from that sometimes the students get into gambling through what is known as an early big win and what happens here it is a well known and researched i factor or vulnerability where they witnessed early on in their gambling careers either someone else winning large amount or they themselves one large amount amount and large for their own budgets of course but deemed to be large enough to be exciting enough to create this reward pathway dis regulation that we i see so clearly now gamblers. I think henrietta obviously sees a lot of the sharp end of things that you in the in the in the canadian and sees a lot of these personal vulnerability factors which no data exists but because public health approach would would say in a very personal vulnerability okay then maybe family vulnerability but of course if you expose people in particular ways to dangerous things then those two things in combination are pretty deadly ainsley combination so a public health approach would start off by by saying. This isn't an ordinary commodity. We're talking about this is dangerous commodity talking about so big good good comparison indeed yes. Yes interestingly enough the prevalence. We talked earlier about the prevalence of it. People are very surprised when i say to the estimated prevalence of problem gambling in britain gambling disorder people's different terms is very similar similar to the estimated prevalence for britain of problems associated with illicit drugs and and how would we change what we did until the law and the way we regulate gambling if we.

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"mace ace" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"All righty guys before we jump into this carb free tasty tasty kito podcast a few housekeeping notes for portland next week next thursday friday saturday. I'm in portland baby on at the helium in portland and my favorite clubs get your tickets. Now t. fat k. dot com for portland after after they've been houston. I'm in houston at the houston. Improv september twentieth twenty-first just added though the ice house on the twelfth of september shaaban friends and ice house pasadena september twelve. That's not on the site yet but i'm sure i tell spray has on their site. <hes> so it's portland shoot portland i south pasadena houston september twentieth twenty-first than denver at the end of the month in september two thousand six hundred twenty eighth. Get your tickets now. T. fat k. dot com. <hes> episode is brought to you by the one the only on it on it dot com slash big brown. It's it's slash big brown and he goes straight that signed get ten percent off everything from fats and oils. Your snacks are fat butter. Maybe need to focus you. Get your brain right. Maybe need a new mood. I talked about just your attitude. They support <hes> everything man performance wise trimmed tac. There's fricking alphabrain creating retain join oil electrolytes to get the total kito daily. If you're kito kid you try and get rid of that hopper body. I do it planning on on on it helped me out through not only their supplement their workout gear to they just sent me my bowel ropes. They got frigging kettle beds cells. They got bags and balls maces aces. They got on-demand traded on it. Six body weight the kettle bell workout steel mace workouts. They got everything man. If on-demand it's online go to on dot com slash big brown get started today. Get to shred city with me. I got to october to get to do thirty five. Who's coming with me on it. Dot com sized big brown and last but not least the only way i'm going to get to my goal to thirty-five if i know exactly how many calories i'm burning. I'm working can out how good of sleep on getting any my heart rate. I need all that. I need whoop whoop just released the new woop strap three point zero which includes a new upgrades. The hardware luke's a suit of new software features to their app. The whoop three point. Oh strap has a five day battery life. I'm in charge mine over five days. This thing still going what is whoop whoop it is kind of loop is a performance tool to help you to track your workouts. Your recovery everything the thing..

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"mace ace" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"mace ace" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Take the i'll take the mentioned there even if it does have some negative connotations all right coming up next the dodgers are hitting home runs at a record pace. We'll explain e._s._p._n. L._a. Mason and ireland show mike trudell sitting in for mace ace today who has gallivanting across europe and he's in croatia. You've been watching succession no and here's the thing that i i downloaded read the entire first season when i went to lake tahoe and didn't watch any of it because they just we ram too much fun and doing download. It feels like the one app where you can't download okay. There's there's this thing called. <hes> you download this app called play on. I'll show it to you during the break and the promise it downloads in real time so you got to do it overnight <music> download anything off h._b._o. And then you'll have it and you'll have it for a week no kidding okay but i didn't want to do that for china. <hes> yeah lakers going to china this here and and that's coming up. We'll talk more lakers in a second but mike the dodgers got back to be in the dodgers last night at dodger stadium. Do you know who threw out the first pitch anthony anthony davis and did you see it right down. The middle yeah man fucking somebody rotate roach me is he gonna fifty senate sent out a first pitch for the mets and it was awful. Yes anthony davis davis's pitch from the rubber. Jarred shadow was z. was right down the middle rooted in there and apparently <hes> he make cody bellinger before the game. I was following some tweets from some people at work over it does spectrum sports net and they said that he had a really good time in in <hes> really enjoyed it and so so anthony davis comes out throws out the first pitch boba shet dante's son homers off of clayton kershaw early matter of fact he homered twice but but then the dodgers absolutely exploded for five count them five home runs. Here's what they sounded like. Sports net elect alexa opposites flatbed since take it the dodgers on the board sewn guys at the top of the order use your those more than the guys and it's always gosh the guys at the top of the order pol one swing now full of warm later in the game. If he comes up what's ahead. This is his to on pitch. That's center-field moncey funniest. Fly battle white works by skyscraper things in your homeroom nine. Months is whole food fishes run. It's a flare by the right center field against three yeah and that was the final score sixteen to three mike to put this in perspective. The dodgers have hit thirty home runs thirty over the last eight games including those five. You just heard last night that was joe davis an oil hershiser sports net l._a. Those thirty home runs or the most hit over an eight game span for any any team ever the previous was twenty nine by the seventy seven red sox and they're also on pace to break the single season home run record for the dodgers and they may finish thing about this with eleven guys. It's in double figure home. Runs bellinger has forty two months. He is thirty two peterson is twenty-five turner as twenty two key k. s. sixteen seeger and for do go have twelve each will smith has eleven david freeze a._j. Pollock and chris taylor all have nine. I've i've never seen a team. Hit home runs like this and so so first of all you have to acknowledge that the whole league is changing in the ball so like the yankees this year. There are doing basically the same thing but yes this dodger team is so special because not only guys that we thought were going to be good but there are five guys there that we were really sure i'd never heard of will smith and now by the way by the way will smith is about to screw me big time all right so we bit mythical money around here mythical ethical money sponsored ride the bicycle hotel and casino bergman who are going to not even you thought you had a chance to win this bet you said that dodger catchers at the start of the season and.

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"mace ace" Discussed on High and Mighty

High and Mighty

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"mace ace" Discussed on High and Mighty

"That's awesome Brad Pitt and so it was like sort of more of an action adventure version of tales from the crypt would have been cool but never APP reboot it <hes>. I think now that T._v.. So good people like the the concept of anthologies less appealing because they're blowing up more. Now I see we'll mini. Mini series are the idea of of an anthology was like wait. I can get Dick Donner to do one episode of TV year and he'll bring in his stable of actors and so I can have an all star forty minutes show everyone does he have any what about Black Mirror anthology black mirrors matter dude boy. Oh boy is it an anthology. Though it is yeah I and a lot of these shows are like anthology seasonal anthology right now where it's like. It's one season in the next few years definitely the exception to the rule but I I mean I love anthologies. I wish they were on all the time like short stories. They keep trying to do amazing stories. The remember that these stories was bad. It was bad but they I keep trying to Redo it. I think test from the crypt was the only successful because it was on H._B._O.. Violence and and like it was great twilight zone tales no boobs. obscenely wasted our for Young Ryan after senior William Saturday School Amaro just it was brilliant to have that guy fucking puppeteer appear to like it was such a great choice <hes> anyway. I can't get lost talking about the fucking crypt keeper but that is one of my outfits so this Fed ed guys talking to Serrano's number two is being recorded. Powers boothe is in a fucking van outside tapping the phone to Sorrento's restaurant so he's got the fucker on tape making the deal to hand over the kid at at the shadiest alley in all of Chicago. What's that alley that has all those buildings that no one lives in that we could all be in the windows outside the lot fucking Los Angeles one with just a payphone on pay phone filled with fucking empty cardboard board boxes so they agent Stewart he's there? That's our fucking dude from two fisted tales of vice president he he's at the phone booth and powers boothe shows up interrupts the hand off and is like getting a fucking car. If you WANNA keep breathing kid hey. You're my son now at that. Luckily into your child seat you sit in the back and I'll sit in the back on the on the phone removed kid all the all the plans of the bag is involve all right everyone hide and when I say go come slowly staggering out of where you're hiring then setup bad guys good guys rate the rate of all time bringing back so shit goes bad like right away the bad guys show up late and they're all like in buildings and they start shooting these empty cardboard boxes. Jake jumped into some boxes and guys are just fucking sprain garbage and he builds like a car out of the boxes and drives away and it's it's actually pretty cool. Jayco disarms a guy and does some fucking John Woo shit stories like double barreled shoot guy takes show puts ten rounds in a dude's chaz jumps into powers boothe is key booths car and powers Judaica cheerios back their powers boothe by the way also in insanely insanely good shot. His name is Great Mace Ryan. That's fucking one for the books Ace Ace God. That's my fucking son's name Mace Rogers. I can't do Mace Ace Gabriel. It's too it's too similar. Yeah staggered to like alliterative towards the end their Pailin Dramatic Mace Mace Ryan and then this fucking chase can mace. It's like guaranteed. He's going to be a disappointment Mason Glenn the two names or you're just like this kid's fault yet. Mace gets kicked out as either gets kicked out of school or is like only interested in shit. You can't stand as an actor and prefers to be called Moss uh-huh mispronounced class. She's lost native Spanish for more. I'm just thinking this right now..

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