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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:12 min | 6 d ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"In the middle of july. Well it's just past july but that doesn't matter we have some breaking news. The steelers are getting ready to report training camp this week and on monday july nineteenth it has been reported that the pittsburgh steelers have signed defensive. End malcolm ingram the third. They'll get it outright. Melvin ingram the third to a one year contract the ign- out of the deal has not been reported at this time. In fact the pittsburgh steelers have not officially announce the signing yet but it is being covered by all the major news outlets even. I'm pretty sure it was brooke. Trier yes it was brook prior of espn. That confirmed the story with Melvin ingram's agent. I know There's other reports from ingram himself Nfl networks ian rapoport. Add the story I think it was rappaport. He might have had the story of him visiting all these different guys. I guess i should have made sure i was Doing the right one was he. Rapid port rappaport. By the way that they're all reporting about mel ingram joining the steelers on a one year deal. Now if you don't know anything or don't know. Much about melvin ingram the third. He was drafted in two thousand twelve by the then. San diego chargers he has been with the chargers for the last nine seasons. He had three pro bowls in there in two thousand seventeen two thousand eight two thousand nineteen i say. He's a defensive and he's also listed as an outside linebacker depending on the scheme at. They're running so he would be coming in as an edge. Rusher with the pittsburgh steelers. Now what does this mean. It now means that one of the positions were the steelers had the least amount of depth as much more fortified. The steelers were going into the season with t. J. watt alex highsmith cassius marsh. And quincy rochet. As the four main players. not counting. Any of their undrafted free agents that they had signed as depth as the players at outside linebacker bringing in ingram it does not mean he instantly becomes the starter over highsmith. I honestly personally. I doubt that's going to be the case. I think he's brought in to be that next guy rotational piece in order for the steelers to have you know. Keep that three. What a lot of times works best as a three man rotation with the outside linebacker group ingram. He's only got forty nine career sacks. I know some people like that doesn't seem like very much. He didn't have any last year like a lot of things that we've seen. He had a pretty rough two thousand twenty. He only appeared in seven games. The problem last year was his patellar tendon in two thousand nineteen yet a hamstring problem in two thousand thirteen. It was an acl. two thousand fourteen. It was his hip. But so you're like. Wow that sounds like an awful lot of injuries but there was also a four year. Stretch of their from twenty fifteen through twenty eighteen or ingram appeared in every game. But if you're talking about bringing in someone he's thirty two years old if you're bringing him into the steelers to add depth to the position this could be a fantastic signing because he's going to get playing time but he's not going to be asked to do too much. I think it really helps your up. One of the question marks with the steelers defense going into this season. So that's what we have from ingram some of his other stats first career. He's got fourteen forced. Fumbles and seven fumble. Recoveries he did have a fumble recovery for a touchdown in two thousand seventeen. He also has three career interceptions. It was one each of the last three seasons. We even had an interception at twenty twenty even though he didn't have a lot of playing time. So that's some of the things that talking about ingram. In that regard. I actually went to to say something that Jeffrey benedict shared right away with The bt esi staff on our on our slack channel if. I can find it here. Which i need to yes. This was his initial thoughts on ingram from looking at some film because geoffrey. And i are going to be ready to do a steelers vertex article about ingram as soon as we can. And he says that his intelligent stands out he reads plays in reacts quickly powerful not a twitch guy. Good motor has a spin to go with his power. Rushes makes him think of highsmith to be honest which is pretty cool and l. ingram also played both sides so that means he could be added on either side for for the steelers of for the outside linebacker. So it's it's pretty exciting the steelers. It's we'll see what the contract details ended up being. But that's the news today. July nineteenth that melvin. Ingram the third has signed with the the pittsburgh steelers We should be getting something official from the steelers before too long. But at this point as much as it's hit the the media outlets there shouldn't be any concern over that so make sure if nothing else you're checking out behind the steel curtain dot com. It is your one stop shop for all things pittsburgh steelers we will have extensive coverage on the ingraham signing as well as everything as the as the players report to training camp this week. Also make sure. You're checking out all of our podcasts. This will be one of many topics that gets covered over the next several days. And it's here. The two thousand twenty one off season is all but over and the preseason is ready to start training camp kicks off this whole preseason time. The steelers will get on the field on august fifth in the hall of fame game. It is here. It is exciting and make sure that you are checking out behind the.

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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

Behind the Steel Curtain

06:12 min | 6 d ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain

"In the middle of july. Well it's just past july but that doesn't matter we have some breaking news. The steelers are getting ready to report training camp this week and on monday july nineteenth it has been reported that the pittsburgh steelers have signed defensive. End malcolm ingram the third. They'll get it outright. Melvin ingram the third to a one year contract the ign- out of the deal has not been reported at this time. In fact the pittsburgh steelers have not officially announce the signing yet but it is being covered by all the major news outlets even. I'm pretty sure it was brooke. Trier yes it was brook prior of espn. That confirmed the story with Melvin ingram's agent. I know There's other reports from ingram himself Nfl networks ian rapoport. Add the story I think it was rappaport. He might have had the story of him visiting all these different guys. I guess i should have made sure i was Doing the right one was he. Rapid port rappaport. By the way that they're all reporting about mel ingram joining the steelers on a one year deal. Now if you don't know anything or don't know. Much about melvin ingram the third. He was drafted in two thousand twelve by the then. San diego chargers he has been with the chargers for the last nine seasons. He had three pro bowls in there in two thousand seventeen two thousand eight two thousand nineteen i say. He's a defensive and he's also listed as an outside linebacker depending on the scheme at. They're running so he would be coming in as an edge. Rusher with the pittsburgh steelers. Now what does this mean. It now means that one of the positions were the steelers had the least amount of depth as much more fortified. The steelers were going into the season with t. J. watt alex highsmith cassius marsh. And quincy rochet. As the four main players. not counting. Any of their undrafted free agents that they had signed as depth as the players at outside linebacker bringing in ingram it does not mean he instantly becomes the starter over highsmith. I honestly personally. I doubt that's going to be the case. I think he's brought in to be that next guy rotational piece in order for the steelers to have you know. Keep that three. What a lot of times works best as a three man rotation with the outside linebacker group ingram. He's only got forty nine career sacks. I know some people like that doesn't seem like very much. He didn't have any last year like a lot of things that we've seen. He had a pretty rough two thousand twenty. He only appeared in seven games. The problem last year was his patellar tendon in two thousand nineteen yet a hamstring problem in two thousand thirteen. It was an acl. two thousand fourteen. It was his hip. But so you're like. Wow that sounds like an awful lot of injuries but there was also a four year. Stretch of their from twenty fifteen through twenty eighteen or ingram appeared in every game. But if you're talking about bringing in someone he's thirty two years old if you're bringing him into the steelers to add depth to the position this could be a fantastic signing because he's going to get playing time but he's not going to be asked to do too much. I think it really helps your up. One of the question marks with the steelers defense going into this season. So that's what we have from ingram some of his other stats first career. He's got fourteen forced. Fumbles and seven fumble. Recoveries he did have a fumble recovery for a touchdown in two thousand seventeen. He also has three career interceptions. It was one each of the last three seasons. We even had an interception at twenty twenty even though he didn't have a lot of playing time. So that's some of the things that talking about ingram. In that regard. I actually went to to say something that Jeffrey benedict shared right away with The bt esi staff on our on our slack channel if. I can find it here. Which i need to yes. This was his initial thoughts on ingram from looking at some film because geoffrey. And i are going to be ready to do a steelers vertex article about ingram as soon as we can. And he says that his intelligent stands out he reads plays in reacts quickly powerful not a twitch guy. Good motor has a spin to go with his power. Rushes makes him think of highsmith to be honest which is pretty cool and l. ingram also played both sides so that means he could be added on either side for for the steelers of for the outside linebacker. So it's it's pretty exciting the steelers. It's we'll see what the contract details ended up being. But that's the news today. July nineteenth that melvin. Ingram the third has signed with the the pittsburgh steelers We should be getting something official from the steelers before too long. But at this point as much as it's hit the the media outlets there shouldn't be any concern over that so make sure if nothing else you're checking out behind the steel curtain dot com. It is your one stop shop for all things pittsburgh steelers we will have extensive coverage on the ingraham signing as well as everything as the as the players report to training camp this week. Also make sure. You're checking out all of our podcasts. This will be one of many topics that gets covered over the next several days. And it's here. The two thousand twenty one off season is all but over and the preseason is ready to start training camp kicks off this whole preseason time. The steelers will get on the field on august fifth in the hall of fame game. It is here. It is exciting and make sure that you are checking out behind the.

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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

06:07 min | 4 months ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"Hey folks welcome to a special episode of the projection booth. Today i m wrapping up coverage of south by south west. I'm hoping that i will be able to catch up with a few more movies along the way. There's that sparks documentary. That i hear is pretty fantastic and looking forward to seeing that. I doubt i'll be able to speak to the director of that anytime soon at group. Baby if you're listening. Please give me a call on this episode. I am talking huge director. Malcolm ingram about his new film clerk. It is the kevin smith story. What is there to say about kevin smith. That hasn't been said before surprising like quite a bit. Ingram puts a lot of effort into this. You can really tell that. He respects and admires smith and that he and smith have been friends for a long time. Smith is a little bit of an open book. We've all seen his tribute to his wife's taint on twitter. God paints me to even say that but this movie actually does a good job of kind of re contextualising smith showing us the humble beginnings the clerk days. The big breakout that he had and what he's done since he's gone through a lot of different phases in his career. He's done a lot of different things over the years. I haven't necessarily gotten down with all of them. Still haven't seen yoga hoosiers. Because i hated topics so much not a big fan of comic book. Men that tv show. But hey you know what. He's trying different stuff more power to them. I had a great opportunity to finally talk with malcolm. He is talking to me from his car. So we'll be warned that this is not the best audio quality in the world at least didn't get into an accident so there is that as a positive i had a great time talking with them and i hope that you enjoy this conversation. It's going well. How are you doing your world premiere. It was good man. It's you know it's crazy. It's fucking it. It's it's crazy. It's a privilege to get to share your movie. It's a weird way to show your movie helmet socks. The past years bizarre. But i'm glad that people finally seeing a lot of people are liking it. Well they should. It's a great talk. Thanks fan like it's interesting. 'cause thing about reviews into like well could you believe so essentially. It's very looking at stuff. I usually try not to get stuff but it's funny like there's very very confusing malik. Some people are just like it's formless. It gets the budget up. And i'm like no. It's it's kind of a traditional like examination from period to period of the massacre. It's just very funny like you. Just find yourself. Arguing with critics. Like what am i doing like everybody's allowed to have their it. You just got caught in these traps of like you wanted to spend yourself and you just like don't be like one one reviewer like said something pissed me off and i was like 'cause they were factually incorrect and i'm just like i'm gonna send them an email. I'm like just calm down. Let people either indians you. Don't fuck and fight everything you know and there's movies little personal because i made it better friends. You don't wanna fuck that up right. It's very complicated thing. So there's no on so if people take it wrong or people you know you kind of i. I'm a little defensive china. how did you in smith meet. Remember the charleston film festival in ninety four. I was ready for drip magazine. He was showing. We met a french restaurant. He were pinkett dot craigs funny. He was just like you guys having pancakes crepes erred. You know like. That's the first time i have is. Kevin and i gather is wearing that i was a huge fan about it without specifically shannon or that was this movie co ballroom movie mallrats. This kinda think was scorpion. A mall you gotta cash shannon doherty and always at the time why should and here in it. It's just a very funny story. I was a fucking shannon doherty man like you read about like i was a huge shannen. Doherty brenda like i live whereas uber. Doing a lotta booze and drugs back. In the days. I had a wall shannon. Listen i just had all pictures of of her on my wall in my living room like i was a huge actually like not only do they. Kind of got her castle in a mall rat. But it's actually get to hang out with. It was incredible. She does not disappoint. She's a wonderful feisty firecracker human being. She's nobody's meeting. Her was amazing. And i met her under the best circumstances balls like this is the kind of digest even like. I like your career end. Smith's career bennett intertwined. Like even all the way back to your first feature having like jason lee and jason mewes in that. I mean it's just i didn't realize how integral your career is his embarrassing. Actually i mean. He likes to work for the magazine. And then i was doing on set for mall rat and then he invited me to stay for the entire shoe and he ended up getting some their max where he had The end up getting money to make these micro budget movies and literally at the end of the mall. Chitty offered to make my first movie. Which fucking blew me out of the water he gave. It might have made my first movie. And because on the set. All the time and i'd become friends with jason lee and carmen his wife at the time like i was just like you guys to come out and make a movie. They're like yeah so it was just like base stole the cast of ball rats. Even please in the movie. Joe or nab you know.

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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Kingdom Radio

Kingdom Radio

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Kingdom Radio

"Kansas City. It is halftime. Thank you to radio. We will return momentarily and welcome back to kingdom radio halftime. They look sometimes being Chris and I need a little break AAC from the action here because hey look that's a lot of information being spit out a lot of emotion too because we love what we're talking about here and sometimes we just need a little break to breathe. So let's get into this. The chiefs chargers game here in depth. It's a Mexico City Monday night football game and I will say to start this out. That chiefs have not done a very good job and primetime games and and that's something that I would love to see change. This is absolutely a climate where mahomes could air out the ball possibly further than he's ever thrown it. The holidays got the weapons to do it and look so. The chargers have gone back to back games with over one hundred and forty five yards rushing on the ground. And obviously that's something. That's I've been exploited it within the chiefs defense all season long. We've had a few weeks here. And there. We shut down the run and but for the most part look the candy. Chiefs are the fifth worst rushing team in the league. We've had five one hundred years Russia's against us so obviously we need to stop the run and and Patrick mahomes needs to have any electric evening as well as the rest of the team. So Oh Chris. Let's get into this real quick Mexico City chiefs chargers. What do you have for us? So first and foremost I WANNA throw this. It's out there that I'm really upset. With how the chiefs have been preparing or lack thereof for playing at that altitude For them to just SEO will we can play in Denver. We'll be okay. It's not the same because timber is not truly at a mile high altitude. estadio AZTECA is a very different animal altogether. And if you ever watched the. US Men's national soccer team. Play the the Mexican national team in that stadium. They're very different Team because they're not used and soccer players. They're running for ninety plus minutes a game and they get gassed in that stadium and it's very different than playing in Denver and I I really wish they had done more to prepare for this especially with as much running as we. We rely our on our wide receivers to do in the second half. They'RE GONNA get gas unless we properly manage their output in the first taff on the flipside San Diego. They've actually. They went to Denver her and practice there to prepare for this it. It takes longer than a week to get ready to play that altitude and get acclimated to it and so I don't think that they. Hey you're gonna be at full potential either but they'll at least understand what they're in for by by having practiced in the high altitude they won't be able to play at high altitude at as at their normal ability. But they'll know what they're in for that working against us and the elements are absolutely factor. Here look altitude. WHO does no joke? And then you add in the element of how many times have the chiefs truly played you now in Mexico City and the answer. That was what never maybe once zero zero times. The chiefs have never played in Mexico City so this is outside of anyone's realm for this team as far as climate temperature Everything and even the environment mm-hmm at that we will be in we. We don't know if there's going to be chargers fans or chiefs fans. This is going to be something completely new. A whole new demographic everything is brand new in in this game the only thing. The chargers really have going for them is they have been announced the home team. So this is a completely neutral environment urban. And how will that affect the chiefs. And I feel like there's GonNa be a lot of chiefs fans represented. They're coming from Kansas City. But also I feel like having Patrick Mahomes. There's been a lot of You know fans down in Mexico that have probably taken notice of a player. You know like our yeah. Yeah absolutely and I think it's going to be a fantastic venue for the NFL to get into and get involved with much like they've been doing with The England Games. I've been seeing Murals painted all throughout Mexico of Honey Badger of Andy Arena. Patrick Mahomes and I'm not saying that all of Mexico City is going to be room for the chiefs. We we're going to have fans there who are there to root for the team true for players. Who are there? Just for the love of the sport and they're going to be becoming fans and I think it's a great opportunity for four chiefs kingdom to spread as borders and bring in some new fans as well and we're a family here Aaron Chiefs Kingdom and we love fans from all across the globe and speaking of family. I want to talk a little. A family family event is well Sammy Watkins. We'll be facing off against his brother. Jaylen Watkins who was a safety in the chargers secondary. So it's going to be nice to see you know possibly the two walk ins brothers going at it. I'm not sure how that'll play out. But it could be a possibility so I thought that was kind of a neat little thing to throw in there because we all love Sammy Watkins here and she's kingdom and it's just neat to see you know some some some of this family AFC west. I think it'd be great to to to see those two brothers meet up and go at it awfully to family brawl right absolutely because I'm sure you know that especially to guys. NFL coming from the same family. I'm I'm sure the competitive nature runs extremely deep within their blood. So L let's stick to the defense here with the chargers outside of Jaylen Watkins look the chiefs. Really have to look out for that duo on the chargers defensive line and Malcolm Ingram and Joey Bosa and in the last two games they both have combined for seven sacks but on the flip side of that they can't see chiefs is only given up eighteen sacks on the season and come into this game with a healthy offense offensive line so you know with those stats being thrown out there. And those two impact players with Eric Fisher coming back. How do you think I think we're going to control the offensive line? Because the line of scrimmage is going to be everything and a game like this and we have to control the clock. So will Chris Break this down for me here and kind of give me your your impact players and you know the the role that the chiefs are going to have to take to get you know the offensive victory against the chargers can sell to throw some other stuff really quickly Thomas Davis Davis. They're leading tackler may that he hasn't been.

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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

12:17 min | 1 year ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"Bob they were icon ick pop culture figures in the nineties and Ziprecruiter dot com slash beach that being said let's get into this week's interview which Ason Muse of Jay and silent Bob Vein here on South Beach sessions those of us certain age have loved a period of time and Kevin Smith movies over a decade and this guy was at the center of them chasing amy and Jay and silent Bob got going in the pop culture zeitgeist. Jason Meals is Jay from Jay and silent Bob and the reboot is in theaters October fifteenth if you WanNa Find Theater is near you go to fathom events dot com slash reboot. I loved how they were able to do things early with what were obviously very small budgets and Jason joins us now I appreciate you doing so it has been uncomfortable journey for you like through Through all of these films thank you for making the time for us I'm curious as you look back to the very beginning of the film journey what do you think would have happened from there what were you thinking the career path would become Kevin I met I was thirteen he was seventeen group in the same town we were friends. I helped him at the quick stop where clerks was shot he's to say hey I think you're funny and sodas are friends Brian Johnson while Flanagan it you guys know him from tell em Steve Dave cats and also comic book men we all grew up in the same town he's like I think you're funny I wonder if someone in La picture funny wonder if someone in Portland or Chicago the other people think you're funny you're weird sense of humor or is it just US Jersey Guy The jersey humor and he wrote clerks and he said man. I'm writing this script I wanna be a writer I WANNA be a director writing this movie I'm GonNa make it myself and I wrote a character based on you and who you are as a thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen year old so we shot the movie I was like yeah whatever brokers I didn't plan on acting by the time we shot clerks I started roofing I put roofs on how assist we shot at nighttime when the movie was done it was tough for me to get through I was super nervous at in I never been in front of a camera I was saying and doing things I've always done all of a sudden I used to do stuff for my own entertainment and do it for myself and and now all of a sudden people are like with the camera going either snow say this dance in front of the store now and so it was odd but finally we made it through my point is even after that though I went back to roofing Kevin edited went to Sundance was doing his thing I didn't know anything about movies and the process and what happens you try to get them sold if you make them independent alien stuff so I didn't think anything about a career I didn't think about acting or anything clerks get sold Miramax buys it Kevin says I also got a three picture deal I'm GonNa make a movie mallrats I got offered and I'm writing are characters in there again and even still I kept roofing and whatever came down to us go into Minnesota and we made mallrats after mallrats I was a little more comfortable but I still didn't think had this is what I wanna do this is a career pet policy probably I think I want to get this is so much fun I'm having a blast I can't imagine when I get home I have to start roofing again and humid summer and cold winters and stuff while I was there I got offered to do an independent movie called drawing flies by a director named Malcolm Ingram who was on the set for a film threat magazine so went to Vancouver and did another movie so now I've done three movies that's when it started being like wow man I've done three movies implant on it maybe this is something I can do but when I got home I still had to deliver pizza and do construction then I did chasing amy which was only one gene so it's not like I got rich or anything I still continue to work it wasn't until we left to go do dogma that's when I started being like wow this is in my v movie and I really WanNa do this I don't WanNa roof anymore I don't want to deliver pizza and I really WanNa make go of this but it's also around the time that I found the love of drugs now I'm like fighting with hey this is maybe something I could do and this is drugs and and stuff so it was never something I planned it I didn't plan on it even at the first movie second third movie it really wasn't until dogma that I was like wow I really am enjoying doing movies and that's awesome credits under my belt and this every time I do a movie I have so much fun in it so much better than delivering pizza and her son houses and stuff so I mean that Sorta just when I wanted to do it and and you know it was a struggle because then I was also fighting with drugs but then like got sober and I did another independent movie called Vulgar and then that's when we did Jan saw Bob so I started to get sober for that it took a while before I planned on it and can never really thought of it as career path until like you know movie number five and stuff and that's only because I'm like well I've done five movies there's people out there who haven't done any movies who want to be an actor actress what have you so I'm hoping this will help me push off and do some more movies and and get some more opportunities so you mentioned started to get sober wasn't that a condition of Kevin Smith's to do Jay and silent Bob it totally was to tell you what so by then at that point I was pretty messy it was even before dogmas so around chasing amy is when I started using wasn't full blown like Kevin he knew but he didn't know Oh and then he found out and he's like you know we're about to go to Pittsburgh and shoot this movie you need to get sober and I couldn't leave Kevin side for about two months before dog well I wouldn't out with him when he went to check scouts and meetings location scouts and all this stuff and I had to spend time with and that's why Kevin tells a story about how I memorize the whole entire script which is a true story because I literally would have to sit in the car while he was doing a location scout that would take literally like five hours and edit the sit in the car or I mean I could walk around with them but I would sit in the car just reading my script trying to make sure I memorized my dialogue so I didn't want to mess up my dialogue because he told me Alan Rickman was going to be in the movie and I can't mess around like he's a serious actor he's British you know the British created acting and he scared me into thinking like I gotta be my fish but I had to get sober for that movie and then yes by that point it was more just like hey you gotta be sober for the just because they're going to ensure you and test you but for Jason Bob after Dogma I relapse and he said Hey I'm not making another movie with you unless you get sober and that's when it became like a condition of and then same with clerks I realized after jam Bob Strikes Back and disappeared for almost a year and a half or so because stayed in La I met a girl I was staying at her house I went from Rehab and left three had to go stay with this girl and disappeared and then before we could do irks too it was like hey you have to be sober and I had gotten the Rehab for six months and I was sober for another six months about a year sober when we finally you know Kevin Are we're gonNA shoot clerks too and I'm gonNA write us in there and we're GONNA be in it and stuff so but yeah it became like conditions on if I could do more movies and stuff Mitch was the hardest of the Rehab experiences in your recall it was definitely when I went away for six months because it was a situation where I mean they were all hard to be honest but in that case I was court committed 'cause I went in I had a warrant turn myself in a it was the longest ever stayed in Rehab he it was a rehab where you didn't leave the property leased most of the rehabs even if they weren't the fanciest rehab somewhere fancy we're like really sterile hospital type rehabs but most of them you would get a van and go to meetings and stuff she'd get to see the world a little bit this one was on a property you never left you never left it and it was literally an old psychiatric hospital that they turned into a rehab so there was literally you like cops and and that was really tough not to mention that in the back of my head even if I ever got fed up and was like I'm Outta here I can't take it I couldn't leave because there was the law over my head saying if you leave Rehab you got sentenced to six months Rehab if you leave rehab spend a year in jail so that was really tough because there's always that fear of like hey what if I- obsessive mind jumps they did at one point and luckily my probation officer gave me a chance because I love what I came right back I walked up the property and turned around and came back in with technically they could have put me in jail but my point that was really out but it was also there was a few times where I didn't go to Rehab and I did it cold Turkey suppor- redid it and and right before jam Bob I did that I did it cold Turkey and it was it took almost a month because I was not doing heroin I was doing oxygen cotton which painkillers they say is worse because it stores in your fat cells where it might take ten days to read like get over withdraws you still feel not so good but after about ten days the worst of its over for you're doing heroin but the oxy's I'm not even exaggerating it took like two months it's before I physically mentally could sleep move and felt physically okay and I did it all at home and it was really really physically tough it was really tough what was the height of it before that last one where you decide to quit cold Turkey because you could get your Kevin Smith is helping you your life clean right Kevin Smith both in career and friendship 'cause personally he is he probably broken his heart a few times the story of of addiction leaves a lot of broken hearts in its path and yet you guys had the relationship grow and he loves you I think if I've got this right you correct me Jason if I'm wrong but didn't he have you in studio sort of getting through a director's cut and at the time you were barely able to do anything because you were on heroin during that recording sessions yeah yeah like I nodding out and stuff and falling asleep and then there's like the commentary part where I like passed out and there was another time with the Jay I'm Bob Press John get he brought me to the press junket you know when you.

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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"He's pretty relatable to and slowly over the course of like, you know, what five six years after of doing QNA's after movies, you get comfortable up there. And suddenly I realize oh, I have another usable skill. I could just go up and talk about the movies like it's fun to make the movies and stuff. But now, I can go up and talk about the movies, and that could be its own unique thing. What do you think about the kind of explosion of podcasting in the last? I mean, even in the last year or two where now everybody's got a podcast, and it's blown up. Somebody was there funny. Look, I'm happy for it. And I've been out there for years. Tell them people like record a podcast like I would end. Most of my shows like everybody should be recording a podcast at this point. Because you never know could turn into something Bubba, I'm all for it. I'm all for the democratisation of conversation like let everybody a chance at at bat. Let everybody step up to the Mike. Let everybody have their own fucking show. We all know how to do it. We've all listen to media watched media our entire lives. And when you do that, you're always like man if I was in charge. I'd do it differently. Well, here's your fucking shit. Right. Handle entry. None whatsoever. Nobody could tell you know, there's no like gatekeeper who's like. Well, your art is not good enough. Hence, you're not going to be a part of this. You sit down the microphone, and maybe somebody interesting or your phone your phone, and now they have apps where you can literally publish from your phone smart. Very smart. But yeah, it's crazy. How easy it is now, and I'm all for it. I think everybody should have show you now with that many people doing shows everybody can't expect to have an audience. That's the only problem like when we started. We started February two thousand seven is easy. Find an audience because there's plenty of audience and not a lot of shows right now shows get created all the fucking time. Like when we started all of the shows that I've started like, you know, he's take pictures of the charts and shit like that. And I tunes like the screen shots launching at number one. And be like, oh my God. Like, even my friend. Malcolm Ingram had a podcast called the blowhard. And. And when we when we launched that we launched that fucking number one like it was so easy back in the day. Now, I doubt I could launch podcast number one. It'd be hard. It's crowded marketplace. And now the dominant podcasts seems to be the political podcast political podcast and true crime. And like people love produce storytelling, which to me is like I mean, that's fine. You undistributed through podcast by all means, do whatever you want. But that that's like, you know, those dog casts and PR level. Great coming from NPR talent, in some cases, like trained professional. I didn't take anything away from anybody. All are. Welcome. All I'm like, the lady and poltergeist rush over children. All are welcome. That being said, you know, I think of podcasting as kind of like ham radio like a bunch of enthusiasts. Who are like all I could never get play in that community..

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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:29 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seven percent, I'm Roger badesch the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Seven twenty WGN Jon Hansen and Esmeralda Leon filling in for the next hour up till five o'clock for Dave plyer as early feeling good. I'll of course, so rocket along. Here we go. You stayed up late. So you just stayed up through the night that after doing here you're alive. No point in trying to take. All right. So as we move on conversation wise, it's well, we went from pillows. So you know, I thought. Our next guest is Katie. Yo, you're an amazing inspirational person you yes. Yes. Don't certainly I I've done a couple of interviews with the last few weeks, and I'm so excited to share your story and your organization story with our WGN listeners. So you are a co founder of able which stands for artists breaking limits and expectations and you offer individuals with down syndrome and other developmental differences. The chances to collaborate on stage and movies just to be artistic and express themselves. And it's it's an amazing organization. Thanks for coming on the show today. Thank you so much for having me. I really appreciate I so you have a theater background yourself. So why do you walk through? How you got to this point where you started an organization that helps all these people on. Yeah. You know, I grew up performing I grew up participating in a show choir and theater programs in school and all of that. And I did my bachelor's at Syracuse university and drama and at Syracuse. Us. They have a program during my time. It was called the young actors workshop now it's called all star cast which was started by two faculty members there Lizzy and Malcolm Ingram who had a daughter with down syndrome and Becky was her name and Becky had to actor parents. And had no idea why she couldn't be an actor as well. So they started this program for her that pairs undergraduate actors with members from the community to Syracuse with a different developmental differences and intellectual disabilities. And so on. Maybe do shows every year. And I just loved it. It was I started to realize for me, more exciting and fun and fulfilling than the rest of my college education so fast forward a couple of years to doing the actor grind. And I still kinda held onto that feeling. And I had a really bad injury on a show that I was in Rosh, which was kind of a a soul searching moment for me. Wound up going with a friend of mine to volunteer at GT's playhouse, Chicago, which serves individuals with down syndrome, and their families, and this friend Mallory, and I just started this little weekly drama program that has snowballed into a nonprofit organization, I never thought I'd be running. How does it manifest itself in in plays and even recently some movies too? Yeah. So we do generally with our teen on sambas. We do two plays a year. We'll do a classical play something from the the bigger cannon like Shakespeare or we've done Gilbert and Sullivan operettas we've done Christmas. Carol. And then we'll do a devised play where are actors can take the females from the classical play and write their own stories and put their own spin on it. And then my co-founder and my husband, my partner in all things has been taking some of those devised stories or some of the the monologues and conversations that have come out of us creating those shows, and he has turned those into some screenplays. So we've done now too short. We didn't like a little series of short films and then to feature films based off of the imaginations of our ensemble. I imagine a lot of the people that you work with the students are some of them probably already maybe are already outgoing. And there this is a really great opportunity for them to explore something that they want to do. But I mention you've had also some kids and teens and young adults that you've seen transformed from who they were and the benefits are not just what happens on the stage or on the screen, but helps them in their everyday lives. Oh, absolutely. I mean, we're over a creative outlet and were also a social outlet. And I think that that's a big piece of it. And when we got started at GT's playhouse, there was a big conversation over when with the families, we were working with when they wanted programming to be in the big thing, we they kept asking for was they wanted something on Friday nights because we're working the teenagers and the right at that point where when they're at school all and most of most of the people in our program are in mainstream schools, so they're hearing all the other kids at school talk about their weekend plans and what they're doing over the weekend. And so for our guys it was important to have a place where they could say, you know, I've got I've got a plan for Friday night to I'm going to rehearse all I'm going to be with my be with my friends. So there's there's a huge social side as much as the creative side. And and I think anybody who's done any sort of any. No, you've got a theater background. It's it's cooperation and teamwork and social skills just as much as it's whatever artistic thing you're making. What are the some of the challenge has been since you guys have started, obviously, it's a difficult task in and of itself and managing any teenagers or young adults into any performance. But obviously, there's different challenges along the way with working with students with down syndrome and other developments a differences, right? Yeah. You know hormones are are real. Thank the I think the thing with Bobby Leeson is just the filter is not quite there. So it's not necessarily that they're feeling or experiencing something different than we may have been right? It's just that. They're gonna go for right? There's a lotta search ready. Trying just like any. And we've got a lot of we'll see we'll out of one two three and hands to yourself. Let's end this hug. Let's keep it professional. I got a lot of inter on Sombor relationship. So just working to keep everyone is professional and folks. So it's basically indistinguishable from any group of teenagers, sir. Yeah. No teenagers are figuring stuff out. We do have a responsibility to kind of teach them, I think a little bit more so about about acceptable boundaries. And what's what's expected behavior, and what's unexpected behavior? Especially for individuals with with intellectual disabilities in particular there at the statistics around them being abused are are staggering. They're seven times more likely to be abused. So we want to make sure they're kind of able to advocate for themselves and life. Hey, this is cool. And this is not cool. Like don't do that. So what's it? Like, we talked about this. When we did an interview for our the public affairs show, a WCW, the idea that different actors bring different things to the table all the time, and you know, like like any other actor actors they? Bring something different to each character that they play and it must be fun to watch them. Discover a new character put a different spin on it. Whether that's exactly what they intended. Like, everyone's got a different perspective for sure. So what's cool about how we run a show at able is that we we try to give everyone a chance to be the lead. So we will start if we're starting with the last show we did with Cyrano. So you know, as an example will start the first sightsee two or three weeks of rehearsal just with characters and everybody learning all of the characters. So everybody has a chance to tie in literally different hats. And and see what it is to be Cyrano or to be Christian or to be rough San or any of these different characters and start to think about what they relate to what they like what they they want to embody them. And then they can around midway through our rehearsal process addition and tell us who they're the most drawn to and are on sambas splits rolls. So someone will play two or three. Different roles through the course of a show, and then you get to see all of the different sides of their personality, and you get to see seven different interpretations of the same character. And how each person can bring their own something to it. Whether they're a really physical mover, or they're, you know, they're very bold Tucker or they love to sing or whatever it is. They're able to embody that in their own way. So long is the whole process from all these auditions to actually putting that out. We'll take ten weeks hersal select ten ninety minute rehearsals. And then one longer dress rehearsal about two hours. And then it's up we do one big show. You get one chance good partners here in the city that have helped you guys put on shows we are incredibly blessed with our relationship with Chicago Shakespeare theater, they've been just angels to is they they we do field trips with them to go see their professional productions they'll send actors to us to talk to. Who is their education teams, really helpful for us and we've done now to shows with them. And then this December will be our third and fourth shout, technically at bear. We partner a lot with.

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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Mike Drop

Mike Drop

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on Mike Drop

"Right people for kids calling into a pulled earn winter so i'm sitting are looking at this you know and i got with probably a gag ball stopped in my malcolm ingram who do do and we're sane cormon knowing that this is bad like you chunk us in there we're not to see this is you'll have bottom through a might not worked out as well as it did for houdini but you know anyway the somebody was smart and the crew was like don't do that they might drowned or like thank god and the kind of went on a little bit longer after that with some spray glue and some working gauge catheters but now it's all part of being indoctrinated into the world's biggest brotherhood right and immune to me to the fact that that's one of the highlights from being at seal team three till july out how important it is is acm useful tool mulder yep you read a correct were you're gone correct yourself for get out of here yeah episodes that we did two platoons three together and then from uh from there uh were what what can you tell us about after you left there yes who did some deployments um i also hung out training cell from timetotime between deployments then after that let's see we got back from iraq and yeah were all disgruntled remember that nowhere in riyadh some leadership issues going on so everybody would jump and bowed out of seal team three i i actually was asked to screen for this programme i had no idea what it was i went over to war com there was probably sixty other team guys and i always went into a room now it's kind of funny it's like this big conference room victorian a whole bunch of people sitting around the table not one person in uniform and i'm in my uh whenever was dress blues whatever and i sit down and you know they start asking these probing questions you don't worry from who are you kind of like kind of like what you're done to me right now the difference was is a a hand me as blank sheet of paper like we want you to draw the quarter decades on my car now i guess sketch the quarterback you have one minute ready go my god my memory sucks undrawn it and this man i put the.

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"malcolm ingram" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"malcolm ingram" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"I wanna say melvin gordon inger yes malcolm ingram yes they are aid duo for pass rush yeah they they are dominating so his back better be right because he's hitting the ground at least once in this match a michael crabtree at he's a must start for me i am arcing enrique every single week the only time zone may be consider denver it would be dim yes ipods or heat of their planned jacks yeah that's that's fair but his teammate amari couvert is startle sue i would unplugging amari kooperen laura and i have a man assuming the dare car place if their cars out then amari coopers out to me because he only got two targets last week with ej manual but he is still heavily targetted and as and of course as a martyr cooper himself set the ball is going to find them yes very uh ethereal who is getting very deep in philosophical yep you can start america per and crabtree this week if car plays here maher you got to be the ball gotta gotta you are the ball you envision the ball there is no y'all ooh yeah see that's that's that really pop culture as the way he's playing lately though there is no ball is still blocked because he's not worried about it right sunday night football the new york football giants eats give me give me a little bit rough for the newark football giants this week they are travelling to denver to face the broncos were they are twelve point underdogs forty point over under.

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