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"russ bush" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
"I remember Just like here. It is hamlet. Show seven one eight times. seven fourteen. Eighty nine Today's carbonated today. By the way again is what's your favorite condiment. We're getting more stop here on. Facebook live on the facebook delivery Right here in the chat room. You got this donor hunting. According to russ bush's bush's brown sugar hickory bacon bean or how you top your hot dogs we still want to know what your favorite bucket condiment hit us up. Live in the face of live. Sweet what would you put on a burger. See to me. That's where i was going to me. I like i like like a up mustard. Mix like zoos. Actually ketchup mustard mayo. Swirled around on how how thick bacon cheeseburgers image irregular cheaper. There's a lot of fundamentals here. You've got to play saying how fresh tomatoes in pretty fucking old bill. Your tomatoes having tomato be sliced thickly. Thin rally i like it. Wafer-thin joe guess what i gotta do show. Thanks okay get the whole. Yeah trying to get the guest on but just wrigley. Tomatoes see c. Was the mark. Hi is this march. Jason murray the author of the book. Thank you for letting me be myself. The you know. Otherwise i actually the authorized biography of rudy. Ray moore aka my prayer. Don't sound so excited. Try to combat denmark. What's going on. Let me know more just bullshit because we literally we talked about the fact that dolemite we were talking about this off air but now we'll bring that conversation on air because that's usually where the better conversations happen over there. I actually rewatch dolemite today. Just because i knew you were coming on. And i'm like i got to watch it again. I forget i've forgotten like half the shit. Of course ricky can recite the thing like shakespeare. Right i mean more was an iconic figure in in black cinema as well as cinema in general. Got stuff us us today absolutely. You are all of the. So i'll tons of things that are those skinny white dude. End up with the guy. The estate of rudy. Ray moore says hey by the way right. So you know autobiography or biography about rudy. Ray moore dolemite. How did that happen. Well cooks. i'll try to make it quick Nine hundred ninety one. I'm seventeen years. Old and i saw dolemite Just like everybody else. it was. What the hell did i just see. I just knew. I knew that i had to find out anything i could about. Who he was. There wasn't information available. You couldn't just go online. You know i had to all. I knew there was a movie dolemite and he was in it. I didn't even really know. He was a comedian that he had been singer. So just through. Just always having my eyes peeled for any comedy albums Singer things would just find random pieces here and there us record. Stores and whatnot came across an address. probably about three years into this and it turned out it was his and i was doing a little like like fan movie fanzine just like limited press l. publish thing and i asked him if he was interested in doing an interview and he said yes. And just from that point forward I just was in contact with him. we built rudy ray moore dot com around the mid nineties. Because there was there was no information available on him. He had really no reference of the internet Became over to my house one time and we were we were looking at his website and he just kinda stared at the screen and i had to kind of say well like. Let's pretend like this is a book. And here's your table of contents. And if you click on chapter one it takes you to this page. And he's always okay but that was an outlet for him to be able to to promote shows and so merchandise in things that that he just were so far out of his grasp and over time Just from me pestering him and always asking him questions about his career. Two thousand one. He agreed that i could write his biography. Worked on it Through that time. I was lucky enough to connect with virtually everybody who was Working with him in that seventies and eighties period Every one of them have passed away now so the book also includes their parts of the story as well as rudy's In there as well so it's it's a really nice document that encapsulates a little bit more than just rudy story. But everybody's involved motors. He gonna. I don't mean to cut you off because it was a short story became long so i had to answer your question. I want to think a piece by piece. So when rudy. Ray moore because we're rudy ray moore started. He was a singer. He was an entertainer. Not he had that a piffle to make the movie when he saw that he what he felt like anyway was that the black culture was not being represented in film the proper way and the way he saw in his everyday life or what he wanted to kind of show in that black cinema in the films later on he kind of pave the way for like the shafts and the super flies and all these other things that happened his movie though he pretty much the toll. My character was something that he heard kind of secondhand from somebody else. Am i correct on it. Yeah i'm sure every most people have seen dolemite is my name. And and there's there's a a large portion of that is is accurate. Okay you know. Yeah yeah so. I was a consultant on the film so but that also the part of my struggle is trying to to let people know that that's really just a tiny portion of his story. That's not his whole life story but he he did hear that story of dolemite from from the wino- rico. That came in to dolphins hollywood store that he was working at and just he. He saw what it did and he'd been. He tried anything in his career. Dancing singing he was already doing comedy but nothing. Nothing was really sticking. He had other comedy albums out in the sixties they were really tame they were they were double entendre. He had one album. That's all about beatnik jokes. And i'm sure the beatnik jokes were probably obsolete before the record came out you know so so so he just he. It's it's that tenacity. And he never gave up on himself. And i think that's really the beauty that they capture in that movie and that was one of the things that i always found so inspiring about him is that he never gave up on himself no matter what he put one thousand percent into everything that he was doing to try to make it a success. His failures far outweigh his success but he was lucky enough to finally find that one piece. You know that dolemite character that was able to break through and really if we look at his comedy. He's a niche of a niche of a niche. You know there's nothing mainstream about his his work. There was no way he was ever gonna break out like a red fox or richard prior. You know he's not gonna show up on on the jeffersons or or anything like that as a as the criminality neighbor or anything like that so so He just got lucky to find that one piece that he that he could do that. Was that was so He was able to personify so much. That people synonymous think of dolemite. You say dolemite and they know who you're talking about drew barrymore more.
"russ bush" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"So here is the question for today, , what is a crucial but often forgotten essential about the Christian doctrine of creation what's something? ? That's absolutely essential to a meaningful coherent Christian doctrine of creation but that we often overlook forget. . Well <hes> the doctrine of creation can be summed up in one sentence in that is that the triune God without opposition or equal and without the use of pre existing materials created the world <hes> by his will and for his good pleasure. . And so. . There's a lot each each one of those phrases is loaded <hes> one of the things that. . Most people pay attention to is the idea that he did us. . No pre existing materials a Krio Hilo. . That is the reason for that is is to because God is truly sovereign over that which he created. . It is not that he is one of many deities that who he happens to be the one that created the world, , and that the world is made out of some kind of pre existing material are divine stuff in which he had to battle it and defeated and subdue it, , which would would really impune on the docket of God's sovereignty. . We don't find any of that in genesis chapter one. . The thing that I would say many people forget is that last expression that he created a according to his good will and pleasure that is God has freedom he is a free gone nick would have been just as glorious if he had never created at all. . It would have taken away none of His Excellency's. . Throughout all eternity he had remained. . The sum total reality it isn't that he got lonely in created because he was a perfect society of fellowship of Father, , son and Holy Spirit that love one another with a perfect love that all of the glories and Excellencies were already experienced in a maximum way. . No He created as an act of of pure grace. . It is a gratuitous action. . Created A world different than they one that he did <hes> if he had so chosen and if it had been according to his goodwill and good pleasure. . So we want to preserve the freedom of God in creating. . Because I. . think that is just as essential because you do have some who thinks that God some somehow needed to create in it some creation fulfill some lack that he had and the Bible makes it very clear that neither of those things are true. . That God is. . Complete. . Insufficient enough himself and we add nothing to his caloric. . Now, , we have been graciously given the privilege of glorifying him. . In, , but that is a gracious privilege and so I think that is something that is forgotten. . The freedom of God in. . Create. . That's <unk>. . So I think that's a really good point. . I might <hes> maybe a little follow up question here if we lose God's freedom and creating what do we lose about God like how how does that compromise a not only a coherent view of God but are persuasive you have got well. . You for example, , this means that everything God did he did by necessity being not have done? ? That for some reason whether it's internal or external, , he was somehow compelled that he could not have done otherwise. . A I think we all recognize intuitively that this puts a constraint on the character of our the the nature God in a way that doesn't sound very godlike, , right? ? Though so It is no infringement are no restriction on. God . to say that God always operates within the constraints of this nature. . Words. . God. . Is a good. . God. . God is a Holy God God is a righteous God. . So therefore, , he always operates righteously <hes> lovingly. . In a way that is pure. . But within within that framework of his nature, there , are an infinite number. . Of others and infinite number of options available to him. . He could have not saved Ken keithly. . I still would have been just as glorious as he is. . But he he ordained a world in which I would be six. . This, , this was a free act on his part. . and. . So regardless launch where one. . COMES OUT ON. . The calvinists. . Debate. . In everywhere non kind of in between <hes> the point is is that I think all of us want to preserve the freedom of God in this way yeah. . Absolutely. . Well, , Dr Keithly that I think a really good answer to the question what is crucial but often forgotten essential about the doctrine of creation