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"marcus antonius" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Adam Copeland problems back next week market shops is gonna join us in just a moment at Thompson scribe great piece in the athletics day entitled to be in a range almost all the time and away from markets to come on the show to to kind of give me to ask a few questions on it but I I thought it was great because it gave me a perspective that I can't possibly have Adam that you have that Marcus has in it's not I I'm I've never been uncomfortable with the topic of race a lot of people get uncomfortable I'm not uncomfortable with it I'm curious about it and I know I can always do better but it it it puts me in a position it's a strange position for me because as we pray as I prefer a show every single day I feel like I'm very versed in everything that I talk about even if something pops up but this one unless you're in this position as you guys are you can't possibly know you can't possibly know so you can't speak about it in an overly authoritative position and so I thought in reading Marcus's piece today it gave me more perspective which I like to enjoy it's a great piece yeah I think I think it yet to defer worse right it's it's sympathy versus empathy it's it's you can feel bad for the situation and want to change it but feeling it yourself is a unique feeling and being a person of color even if sometimes different than being an African American in this country and I think that's that's sort of the the differentiating we need to do here any Marcus's piece that you're talking about where he gives a unique perspective from an African American standpoint is to hi friends talk to me this week into asking you know how I was doing it and Marcus Antonius piece points out that some of those friends who want to touch them so much about basketball they're not there to talk about race or or these sort of tense moments and intense times the what's unique about this in reading it is I thought it was it was well written it's fantastic but it's nothing unique from my perspective right it's it's it is now and I think I think that's something that is lost on people who are not African American is the shared experience that so many black people in this country a half and Marcus B. and older than I am shared some of the exact same experiences that I'm sharing and you know you we talked earlier about the watch right some of that stuff looks identical to what we're seeing right now so the shared experiences have gone generationally they've gone for hundreds of years back to it to you know times of slavery so this perspective is is well unique in that you know somebody like you can read it John and and feel like you've got more insight for me this is this is what I've experienced every day of my life and what I've experienced specifically this past week well you know it's interesting too because of the tweets that Richard Sherman road again another thing I would suggest that you read is Albert peers P. still yeah because he went a little bit deeper on with with Richard Sherman and what Richard pointed out in his tweets which are in again I. I could imagine the difference between all the accolades that you that you get on a full ballfield all the cheering you get then Richard Sherman was saying that you know obviously in cove in nineteen that people can't recognize him so he's he's seen in a completely different life he takes off his mask PPL it's Richard Sherman they're comfortable so was it was just a rumor it was a really it in just a short two weeks just really illuminating from from the standpoint of I would think you know a guy like Richard Sherman who is so recognizable like that he is that he wouldn't be having to go through those those type of things and I understand I know where he grew up but I'm saying that you know if I would imagine if Richard Sherman is walking around the the bay area and and and a lot of people recognizing that he's seen as the same celebrity is that he is on the football field but that's not the case and it's especially not the case when he got a mask on because a cove in nineteen so just interesting perspective that everybody can gain from it and that that that that doesn't go through this like you said on a daily basis it's just it's it's it's not something that for a lot of people is on their mind and then you're reminded you're going wow I I just didn't think of it like that I thought Richard Sherman was a superstar all the time but if that's not the case well that's and that's what like we mentioned Jaylen brown from the the Boston Celtics earlier he said that like while I'm a professional athlete I'm a celebrity in a basketball player I'm a black man first and and somebody walks into a room and sees you that's the first thing they see they'll see that I'm six foot six planned for the Boston Celtics they see your African American and and a part of Marcus's pieces were making the connection with them now is that this isn't just about what happens to athletes into people it's about what happens around them that affects you all right again Marcus Thompson joins us the athletic at Thompson scribe again the peace you should read to be a rage almost all the time please read in the athletics and a great job around everything else going around our country right now as well in markets joins us courtesy of the my guess on how markets are you so it's cold it's cold chain today can revise our race has early public seven other women of color that's exactly what it was like two is on tour because on a Monday you know it's gone I'll expect you to come in and we also that's a that's not you at all we we usually talk and everything else on hanging fruit I was talking to coach just a minute ago I in reading your piece it looks like I was I'm not uncomfortable talking about this topic whatsoever what makes me a couple of times is that I can't gain your perspective in incomes perspective and so in reading your piece today it gave me a little bit more perspective which I always enjoy writing but I I really enjoyed this one specifically you know I always yes man I was it was cathartic she wrote that because like it largely really like I said you just run out of places to put the range of my mommy thing is I just don't wanna be that guides you through my family different because this event you know and that's that's been a marker to route the black experience right thank you Bob would I'm not I wouldn't be surprised if it's water regions we get out there such great issues with hypertension and heart issues right were number one and all that stuff okay you just walk around with this amount of stress in rage and you know I know that I watch my back I watched you know people live that way you can then try to log me no hope and no escape you don't know what to do with it so I never thought I would I don't think we would be here I thought we were on an upward trajectory somehow convince myself that people were thinking we were we were getting our humanity I really I really did I remember having my daughter and children like how rare it was for African Americans to look at their child injuring for that child and it be real or not becomes emotional by trade yeah I'm saying like you know you're gonna be like you know stand now bottle of the president yeah but right now we need to be present and when they said that to me one of the elementary school was like yeah you go on the whole there okay let me just say I'd like the most outlandish state though my dreams are limited but I don't feel limited thinking about my daughter so just the fact that we keep coming back here and they have been revealed either way we work as far along as I thought it would be we I have regressed it is mad is mad and maddening one of the maddening it's like a it's unbelievable how I do it sometimes it's unbelievable so I I had to write mostly because I'm about to be allowed me to figure out where I was going to put this I can't go play who yeah I'm saying I don't think it will keep you with all the young thing like there's not there's not then there's no other way to do so I kind of had to write and you know you never know how you're gonna you never know how people are gonna receive when you kind of like open your mind like that and here's the one thing a coach on the you don't talk about the one of the reasons I'll had reservations about writing it because I'm just I don't need to hear people's comments I hate will not one comment of you trying to dehumanize Bellamy what feeling Bellavia said like I don't care how long I don't even care like that's possible I don't care if I'm wrong I don't care if you have a good point you've been away too long all the way out of this range before you start critiquing what I gotta say right so it was last year have a look at the comment that's good but there's gonna be one and there was somebody trying to tell me like they have the authority or credibility to tell me anything about what I've experienced in my life you don't see a computer for was like you know don't say a word to be black except you know something's not gonna help me with you I just couldn't I couldn't Kay and you'll come in I know what people who posed to me at some keyboard and not something that I would like to hear that well these are like I'm not even a writer but you know clientele county the great man he does really knows how to get the best out of me and he he encouraged me to write it he told me how to frame it and he told me like a lawyer what matters so and he helped me totally blew up properly and not get billions of the motion we understand that the lead the way he also yoga values are NBA editor he's really great about this a black out there's a responsibility to help people you know I wasn't writing it for that I'm at the stage I wasn't right before that I was right now so I can I can talk to my daughter about it and after talking to a from a place of reason and love and humility and gravity and not from a place of anger and hurt so that's why I will be can can I ask you something really quick as a follow up just because you brought it up the cubs I want you to jump.
"marcus antonius" Discussed on Historical Figures
"Voice actors will dramatize their incredible lives reimagining their greatest and weakest moments. Then we'll examine Zaman. They're controversial deaths. Some deaths came too soon. Some remains shrouded in mystery and some changed the world forever ever today. We're covering Guayas. Julius Caesar a Military General Caesar rose to power as part of the Roman triumvirate for it but then took power as a dictator in the first century. B C but this great power led to his infamous death breath now back to the life of Julius Caesar Guys Julius Caesar Man. Where do you even start with him? You almost WANNA start right with his death. It is among the most famous deaths in history and all that but if we started with the death then we'd miss out on on one of history's greatest stories the story of a general who altered the course of an entire empire and really an entire world. Well why don't we start from day. One sounds like a good idea to me guys. Julius Caesar was born on July twelfth one hundred B C in the city of Rome he was a member number of genes. Julia whom according to Roman Legend were descendants of aeneas the star of virgils and need and the ancestor of Romulus and Remus the ancient founders of room and of course in these legends aeneas is the son of the Roman goddess Venus. So Caesar was descended from the Gods. Technically Lee yes well. His family must have been pretty well off considering they were direct descendants of one of the first Romans not exactly while Caesar's father also named that guy is Julius. Caesar held minor governorship in Rome's Asian province. Modern Day Turkey. The family was on the lower end of the political and financial totem pole. The governorship most likely came from the guy says sister Julia marrying guys. Maria's a very prominent and important figure in Rome at the time guys seemed to be at the top of the baby. Names list back in the one. Hundred's as was Caesar in the JEN's Julia according to Roman history. Plenty of the elder Plinio Flinty the elder yes plenty. The elder ancient Rome had the best name they did. Well according to plenty the elder the name Caesar came from one of the ancestors esters of the family being born of Syrian section which originally came from the Roman Word Kite era to cut Caesar Caesarian section makes a Lotta got a sense of the later biography of Rome. His Story Agusta would dispute this. It asserts that the name Caesar comes either from the Latin word for thick hair for gray is or for killing an elephant. That's a very specific image. But knowing Caesar and knowing that he would later have coins printed that featured elephants. I'm Kinda inclined to believe that last one. While Caesar was home-schooled taught by his mother a real Yukata and by a man named Marcus Antonius knife. Oh who would go on to tutor. Many Rome's greatest orators and politicians like many ancient Roman and Greek legends. There's not much recorded about his formative years and it's not like today where parents like to document. I meant every single moment of childhood all of the biographies on Caesar Begin at his teenage years. Though it's possible. These biographies originally had paragraphs about his younger days. If they did they are now. Sadly lost to history in his teenage years are in fact. Very good place to start with Caesar's journey to the top of Rome a journey that would let's start with tragedy when Caesar was sixteen. Come on father. We've gotTA GO in other father. Father Father what's wrong. It seems soon as if it is time to take my journey to the river. Styx you hold the power in this family. Now you are the one who has defined power be good son. I'll be better. I must be better. The death of guy was devastating. To the JEN's Julia I would imagine in any time in history. Losing a loved. Point is an easy. Well yes but I was also talking. About the loss of the family's political power gas was grooming the young Caesar to succeed him in his political life hoping hoping to continually increase the family's power and to restore the great Julia named to its mythological origins. GEIS's early death. I assume meant that Caesar Caesar was too young to take over his father's political career. That's correct Caesar's entire life up to that point was heading towards that destiny and now in an instant it had been swept away and consider that now at the age of sixteen. Caesar was the head of the family the burdens of his family's life and welfare now rested on his shoulders. Caesar didn't back down from these challenges. He turned this into a positive of sorts to make him and his family better than his father could have ever imagined. It began to plan a new path towards a better life. His initial plan was to Mary into a wealthy family. He was soon engaged to a wealthy woman named Katsushika Sushila whom he had been promised to since his birth. Caesar generally would have had to wait a couple years before actually getting married to his lifelong bride but with his father's death breath. Caesar pushed the engagement head quite a bit while. Caesar was trying to settle his future. A civil war loomed in Rome. Much of Caesar's just childhood was surrounded by the social wars a war between Rome and the other cities of Italy over the rights of Roman citizenship. You're telling me the social wars has nothing onto twitter. Unfortunately no although Rome would end up winning this war it was only the beginning of the republic's troubles the social wars featured. The rise is a number of military stars but none were more significant than Lucius. Cornelius Sela and Gayus Marius Guys Marias as in Caesar's Uncle by oh I'm marriage one and the same sylla was actually Marius his protege during the war. But they're opposing. Political ambitions would soon lead to them breaking apart Sola uh-huh and Maria were members of separate political factions and the social war strain on Rome brought a great tension between the parties to the surface. Selo was an optimist and believed in the authority of the Senate and the power of the upper classes whereas Marius was populaires who pushed for more input from the popular assemblies and tribunals Dell's age-old battle really in the aftermath of the Social Wars Sela and Marius both sought to lead the armies to war against another enemy mithra dates rates of Pontus who was warring over Rome's eastern territories and the Senate initially voted for Sola to take the army's to war however when Sella left the city a tribunal voted against the measure and transferred the power of the army tomorrow and. When Sola got word of this he wasn't happy he marched back to Rome home preparing to take on anyone in his way? We have to get out of here. Why haven't you heard Sylla's marching on Rome? What sella's marching on Rome with Rome's own army and with your relationship with guys Marias? We need to get you to safe place quickly my place just outside the city we can hide you there. I must get my wife Hurry. We don't have much time. Caesar could only watch. WATCH AS Roma's own men for the first time in its history siege the city it was an image that would remain with him for the rest of his life Sola. It was successful in taking back his command he exiled Marius and probably left Rome. With all of its soldiers to fight Mithra dates but as someone who was making his way to the Eastern Provinces Marias formed a ragtag army and staged their own invasion of Rome. Marius alongside his ally Lucius Cornelius. Cigna Anna Purge Rome of many of Solis followers and declared Sola an enemy of the State Lucius Cornelius Sela and Lucius Cornelius cinna on opposite ends ends of the war. Men Names agent role must have been very confusing. Yes they seem to be. In any case Sola was now an enemy of Rome and because Ozzy was so far off even when word reached him he could not immediately return. It was a good idea in theory. At least take back power and either hope that Sela dies in battle or that you can build your following enough to take down well your own army. Marias died early in the next year leaving center in charge of the new political movement. But Marius left one gift for his family specifically for the Young Julius Caesar Out East and Caesar's young age meant inheriting his is father's old governorship was out of the question but Marias and his followers were able to procure the position of Fleming dials. For Caesar Instead Caesar was now L. The high priest of the leader of the Gods Jupiter. That seems like it's a pretty important position. It definitely was not as powerful as governorship. It was says respected. Jen's Julia was making its way back to the top Senate.
"marcus antonius" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red
"Time concert, so kind of on that one, I don't think it fits into the trend will address some of the other bigger stuff on on the open Cup narrative about the Rapids in their entire history. When we get to ask, H, T, H, L, shall we move on, Mark? Let's go. All right before I mentioned before we start previewing Vancouver, Whitecaps, I do want to remind our listeners. Do you have a special deal with the Denver post's head on over to them or post com backslash HD shell who had a really good deal on all digital content that they're putting out, whether it's smart stuff that marks doing stuff that a Jake Shapiro's hewing with Rapids and other stuff. I wanna give Jake a shadow Mark because the Rapids play their open Cup game. The exact same night as game seven of the Stanley Cup finals, nj coup sitting next to me in the press box was very gracious. In not ruining the score for me so that I would have the blues about not being able to watch the game and then experiencing at the narrative happened and as a former Saint Louis native in washy graduate. I'm say, I'm very, very happy blues, gut it out. The Bruins when a Boston team loses in the final in professional sports. Mark America wins with that listeners this coming Saturday at BC place up north in Vancouver. Canada north wall of the Colorado Rapids will be taking on Hoover Whitecaps are currently thirteen thirty four sue the Colorado Rapids. He nights analysts season. The Vancouver Whitecaps are sitting in ninth in the Western Conference, Mark. They have eighteen points off of sixteen games played a four six and six record with a negative three goal differential, who spots Redline the Rapids remain because I haven't played an Cup game since less smoke. In eleven the Western Conference, they have fifteen points off of sixteen games played four nine and free with a negative nine goal differential. They are one five in one the season at home Vancouver straight, even in nine played wins redraws and three losses at C place. We won't talk too much about the actual swat markets still very. Similar keen, all the odd non had just joined the team as Iraqi international outside back for Vancouver, Novi, so got any rose the relatively healthy yard. Rain is a good attacking player on a couple of former Whitecaps who on the rapid right now, Marcus, Santa Silva, head coach and they're still trying to evolve some of their tactical ideas. They're still very much looking forward to their Rostro pursue days as they try to spend all those big bags of money that they got in the transfer from alpha Davies to. Fire Munich, Mark your thoughts on the current state of the Vancouver. Whitecaps how they're similar or different from when we last saw them play the rapid and what you are expecting from this game on Saturday. I still don't understand this team. I don't really know what to expect from Vancouver. There's still a work in progress. I suppose I've, I've tried to tried to invest in the lineup. I can't im- they've rotated fairly large amount. There's been a lot of being calling it inconsistent is probably unfair. But yeah, there, there's not a lot of players on this lineup that I can point to and say, difference maker lockdown player, certainly going to start, you know, even your Raina has been coming off the bench, sometimes hasn't been prolific in terms of scoring or assisting. So you know it feels like Vancouver is very much a work in progress. That is like fifty percent of where they're going to be next year. In next year. They're going to eliminate some of the players that we see this year, and it whether gonna try some new things, I don't know, you know, the formation that they've been going with the is three five to it's, it's it doesn't involve a press. It's, it's I'd say it's pretty hybrid pretty flexible, but it's not they wanna win the ball in the midfield. You know, the, the concept of what you call a low block. Or, you know, sitting deed, I haven't seen a lot of that prevent Hoover. But that may have more to do with the fact that I've seen a lot of them their games played on at home. Antipathy home teams don't sit deep. So, you know, I think a team that really Vancouver wants to cut apart your lines. They want to keep you pinned down in the midfield, and force you to kick it long and get frustrated, they're not defensive. Team but they defend. Well is I guess what I would say they're not a very good attacking team but they can score. So and trying to figure out what exactly Marx Santos wants to be known for in who on this team is the guy who everybody is gonna say this is the linchpin the thing that holds it all together. You know, none of those things have emerged yet. Yeah. No, I grew Mark. I wanna save in couvert almost had Chicago fire syndrome when I look at the fire and I look bulk upon man is his this with the resources or lack thereof they've gotten from ownership and from Nelson Rodriguez. He kind of just takes his approach that were just going to deal with things game by game and try to get a result. And if that thing means that we completely change lineups our tactics from we tweak will absolutely do that. Now. That's Valco Parnevik in his third year with the team. And they just haven't had any consistency because the cog. Oh, fire fire at the ownership level in obviously moving out of bridgeview in back before. Field. That's another topic for another podcast for another year when the Rapids are actually playing Chicago again, but I kinda see that, you know, Marco Santos is still trying to figure out what his identity is with seem. They brought most of their big pieces back with -ception of a few guys who are relatively benschop sins of Marcus Antonius, saying who's available in the league, who's a guy like who's the guy that we can get right now while those might be great depth. Pieces are great. You know, two to three year projects over the course of his tenure with the Whitecaps like they didn't get any anybody who's like this is a lockdown star like the he didn't walk in and say, okay, we've got an open EP saw, we're gonna go get my guy and we're gonna get him in January in time for the star of this in that I think a lot of his experimentation has been out of figuring out, what of players who were holdovers from Carl Robinson. What does he have in them? In what he wants to try and implement taking stock of, how valuable are they me or should we look for moving? Them on. So it's been a lot of experimentation from Vancouver, and I think we could see a lot more in this game as well. Mark they've had a couple of weeks off. They have not played a game since Friday may thirty first that was an Malysz league play game on one drug in strana. See they did not play over the international window and then Vancouver as a Canadian team plays in the Amway Canadian championship that will take place for another couple of weeks. So they haven't played anything in what will what's now as tonight, the to open Cup rounds in MLS team playing in between last week and from the ones who won this week as well. So they've had a couple of weeks off, and they also had a bunch of injuries, Jordi Raina was questionable Alliott, non who I just mentioned with questionable as well. So you know they have a bunch of injuries. So with eighteen days off. You know how healthier those guys for once who were out. They also have four guys who were called up to the Canadian national for the Gold Cup will not be with them. You know, Henry, who's a very good, she'd centreback who I really like. Kind of a copious pari type in terms of how we choose way on Maxine purple, their main, sorting goal people will be out. So there's a very good opportunity chance that Zach mcmath Lashley be starting for the team against his former team. The Rapids Russell Tiber kinda their bulldog in midfield. But hasn't always been started will be out on also Derek, Cornelius off the top of my head. I don't remember a whole lot out of. So it's kind of hard for me to preview the team for a couple of reasons. One being just what's the silo play approach? Marco sentas is gonna have against the team who, if they wanna make the playoffs, they should beat at home. But also considering who's healthy after, you know in. Almost poll, three weeks off from Lakeway also dealing with the fact that, you know, you could argue they've got re lockdown starters, three guys who are regulars in the eighteen who are missing from fat. And, you know, they vary things based on them being healthy, but maybe not fit having not played in a couple of weeks versus the Rapids, who are maybe also nursing some of the injuries that they have, but also played ten days ago. So, and then you also have a factor of them, you know playing on turf in off the top of my head. I don't think the Rapids have played a turfing yet this season other than the game against Seattle Sounders so homage of that is a variable snow of the honestly, my PB Vancouver. Whitecaps is I don't know see from this team on. And, you know, I, I don't think rationally gonna get a good sense of that until we see the lineup to see a healthy. What's mar Martha Santos going to do with the team, given the circumstances, I guess given that Mark was focused more on Rapids focused Tampa, the Rapids had a great run of form going into the goal Cup rate? They gave a couple. Starters on guys who I think needed rest, they gave them rest in the game against Mexico United. I would assume we would expect Conor Casey to not wanna change formula. Go there. You know, four one one whatever you wanna call it with the team. The two why players and Kaik Mara. And just hope that they can, you know, lead Vancouver have the ball. Get forty percent possession. Try Nick something on the counter, no. Yeah. That's you know it's a road game so you can expect that interestingly enough, it's, it's another one of these light weekends for Atta last because of the Gold Cup. So there are only. Four five games on Saturday. I guess it's not that light, but it's a little Bill in Whiteside. So that's interesting thing to watch out. Also in couvert, Colorado will come right? Off of the US playing Trinidad and Tobago in the Gold Cup. So people will be coming back to back off of that game. You know, US in Trinidad and Tobago is something of maybe could be a revenge match an after tonight, Trinidad is gonna need to win in order to progress out of the group. So I know that I'm talking about the other games because. Are slightly more consequential. But the other piece is that we've entered the real dog days of summer for the Rapids where the games don't matter, don't feel like they matter that much because, you know, we've gone through the early narrative of team we've changed coaches already we're not quite into the stretch. They all matter for the Rapids. They can't really afford to lose. But this game screams play for a draw in a more than almost any other Colorado hats, you know, they'll be a little bit of Ross. They'll be the questions of her. They'll be the questions of we don't really know what to expect in Vancouver. They lineup differently every time and, and just overall road road leanness. Although that's not really a word, but I like inventing words road. Leanness. For me. I think this is this is come out and play a lineup intending to get a result, and try to get a win, but I would say definitely if it's the sixty th minute, I think unless the Rapids down a goal after the.
"marcus antonius" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Let's let's go on in a tyrant because you said Mark Tony Burr is this the market Tony bird at beat Prince Naseem at the time, or it's just the Marco into that's loss to what Manny pack. Yeah. It was a hall of Famer with. Who was sixty them. You know, like what version did we get you know, what hard Famer? The hall of fame like he was getting duct sixty year old. Again. With a Walker going to the ring come on, man. And no disrespect Mark onto in Barrera is easily hall of fame when I saw. Being disrespectful. I'm just saying he was older guy. When it comes all I'm saying, he's a tremendous guy. You know, the trip we met him at the triple gene can too. But at this point of his career. Oh, so that's the guy we've met outside the front of the hotel. Come home. I'm I'm not trying to be disrespectful at all. And I know, you know, that was no, no, no, no, no this this saying are star watching boxing in twenty fifteen. I am a black male guy who's about fast five. Five six I didn't. I don't know. I don't know who you would until Danny. And that's like mentor after we back. Grain. I mean, Amir Khan beating him no matter what let's give dancing or SIA credit for for air round with very ended the career beaten, Mark only borough. It's home all after losing too pack as after losing two one Mark as you know. So it's not the that's what I mean. Like the signature wind you can you can say Princeton. I'm not prince Hector Camacho, very great fighter. However, having him be a Durant sugary Leonard on his reser at the end of their career like that was the sugary Lennon Hector Camacho. It's not the sugar. Don't y'all give credited Danny Garcia for Morales. You said what y'all give credit to Danny Garcia from rallies that was like oh career to. Yeah. But but we were on the show. A y'all said that that was a good win, which I agree was a good win the first fight. I mean, so why can't we give credits him you're Marcus Antonius borough real quick on all real quick to everybody in the Czech? Give me one word that you think of when you hear a mere cons name. Just one word. Guys. Yeah. While they're doing that. Okay. When when Eric morass fought Danny Garcia who did he fight after Danny? See you. John you remember he didn't fight nobody that the end of the above that you're trying to set me up. So that's my point like the whole premise of these fights. Oh, that's right porch. And that was kind of like a pass on the torch. No, disrespect Margarethen berets is amazing fighter that which is at the tail end of his career where you know is passing on the torch. You know, no different when you said like Zab Judah, okay? We got sleep. We got glass, we got John. We got wife. We got lightning. We got white. We got not a Ducker. We got grants. Joe? We got minute up, but we got disease. He sleep. We got a AJ hatred. That's fucked up. We got one. Mario bet. You might like the one Mayweather avoid it. That's right. He did avoid him because he had the he had quick enough hands to to to negate for it may whether it's best attribute at the time. I'm not going to come. Disrespect here. Oh, talking all that. I like are they trying to give 'em night Shamil on like new titles for his movies. Like, that's crazy. Listen, though, Rick with we got wants a check for my guy, Milton Johnson. He didn't say anything just gave us Chessel big ups to him. That's for sure. And I think that was a I think that jet cheaper chat was just for nets like now being. Sleep in and shit. Yo listen, though, a real quick. And we don't even have to talk about it. I just feel like it's worth finishing up. He has Luis Collazo the same colossal that..
"marcus antonius" Discussed on Giants of History
"But it was the events that took place during these battles leading up to this victory that are of the most interest to us there was a roman soldier in this army a cavalry commander who stood out above all the rest it is said that during a battle in syria this particular roman soldier was the first to scale the enemies defenses he fought savagely once he was among them he killed almost all of the men that he came up against and then took the opposing armies leader and his sons as prisoners in another battle this time in palu siham the eastern gates to egypt this same roman cavalry commander took charge led from the front cleared the way for the rest of the army to follow and pretty much one the city by himself plutarch described the impact this soldier made on all those around him stating quote the alexandria nhs and all who were serving in the roman army looked upon him as a most gallant soldier and quote and here's how plutarco describes this man physically quote he had a very good and noble appearance his beard was well grown his forehead large and his nose aqua line giving him altogether a bold masculine look that reminded people of the faces of hercules in paintings and sculptures and quote so who was this gallant yet savage roman cavalry commander who per plutarco almost singlehandedly restored ptolemy the twelfth to the throne of egypt this man was none other than a twenty eight year old marcus antonius whereas we know him today mark antony.