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"samuel mule" Discussed on First Things First
"Will be the single healthiest. The chiefs have been all year long even unhealthier than we had some offseason injuries coming into the only contributor from the regular season who will not play thornhill who got hurt and week seventeen of the year the rookie safety safety I if the niners are going to win. They're going to have to get into the thirties. Not The twenties thirties. I say thirty four twenty six chiefs. You know. I'm I'm going thirty five thirty the forty niners and there's a couple of different reasons. Why the biggest reasons that they have multiple ways to win the game first of all they can run the football successfully and they can do that? We'll continue to run into another eight games by Jimmy Garoppolo but also believe that Shanahan and Jimmy G. can find a way to throw the ball successfully okay and we're talking about one of the best game planners in the game in College Shanta and he uses shifts emotions to fool the defense make there. Is You know kind of messed up. But not on what they should be looking at in. I just think that Jimmy G. can get it done the other way they can win. The game is a defensive side of the ball. Twenty seven ten days in the season six best in the NFL. There the second best team in pressuring quarterback they can win on the defensive side of the ball in all the games that the Kansas City chiefs laws they had a turnover. Either famour interception. I think that's something that the forty niners towards getting and they're going to try to get the possession down from twelve to eighteen. They made the chiefs only have eight possesses because they're running the ball all well. The forty niners have a great job. Great chance of winning this before we've been following this thing longtime right like are my childhood watching blowout Super Bowls and then as we've gotten older. We had the first time we saw Tom Brady wasn't really about Tom. Brady it was about the greatest show on turf against the Patriots Defense. That wasn't introduced individually Komo News time ever hear the pictures and they'll come running out and TV scrambling because they had all this time built up from that game the modern NFL was kind of the month. The old cliche is in fact. True Defense Wins Championships. It is in fact darkness before the Dawn. The tough to get your when when the going gets tough and whether it was Seattle in New York against the Denver broncos and Peyton Manning Fifty touchdowns or the New York giants against. Tom Brady's undefeated team when that front for get into the backfield. There's there's very little you can do because eventually they will rattle even the best quarterbacks even the brady's even Aaron Rogers looked scared day Erin freaking. Rogers looked scared. Look completely out of sorts in the first half against the niners defense. I believe they win. I they win. Because they acquired Emmanuel Sanders. Great midseason pickup. I believe they win. Because Jimmy Garoppolo got hurt last year which allowed them to draft Nick Bosa and Deebo Samuel Mule to game changers. They are the only team the NFL with the type of speed. The Kansas City chiefs have and the front four to get after Pat Mahomes. He will be terrible but he won't be perfect perfect and you got to be perfect to be dazed. I understand I mean defense wins championships except for the years. It doesn't right like when Atlanta New England in Atlanta's great offense trump's out twenty eight three in the New England very often comes all the way back or Philly and New England where there was no defense seemingly played in that entire game or in the year that Aaron Rodgers actually did win the super bowl when they're playing a superior defensive team Pittsburgh and yet Aaron Rodgers gets them out twenty one nothing the overwhelming offensive for on that side of the football but the one other element here are you mentioned the two thousand one patriots. And you're right. That game wasn't about Tom. Brady in real time. We now look back to. It is the beginning of his really the beginning ending his legend because he leads them on the drive to get the field goal sometimes not always. Sometimes sports works in almost perfect story ARCS. Tom Brady's career. You're now that we know how it's closing it's perfect. It started like that Patrick Mahomes has been the best player in NFL history through thirty five games. Nobody's ever had a better quarterback position -sition opening thirty five games. That is thirty. Six game is not then a super bowl loss to Jimmy. Garoppolo is thirty. Sixteen is being the best player on the field. Having having a near-perfect performance continuing the near perfect performance in these playoffs leaving his team to a championship. At least that's the way I see only that you point out those game. Let's go back to Atlanta. Tom Brady was rattled. The Falcons should have won that game and it was because the Falcons could get to Tom. Brady without blitzing people right that those one of the Games even the Philadelphia Game. No Eagles did not make the Patriots.
"samuel mule" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"And your sin will find find you out verse thirty one. So Samuel went back with Saul and Saul worshiped the Lord and Samuel said bring me a gag king of the kites gag came in confidently thinking surely lead. The bitterness of death is passed but Samuel said as your sword has made women childless so. Will your mother be childless among women and Samuel Samuel put a gag to death before the Living God of Heaven at Gilgal. Now let's be very clear. We have two different kinds of worship. Lifted up we have the worship of King Saul that is made up up of people pleasing we have the worship of King Saul that is focused. On how can I use worship to accomplish my own own goals. How can I use worship to satisfy some hungry desire in my heart how can I come and consume consume the wonderful things of God to give me strength so I can go back out and play with my Amici Buddies? That's the worship of King Saul you have on the other hand. The worship of Samuel Samuels worship is not what's seen in the public expression of dancing and shouting samuels worship is taking a gag and just flat out putting them to the sword soared the worship. That God is looking for in my life and yours is the willingness to stop all the posturing during and just take the Amici out and put them to death. That's straight up isn't it. What kind of worship or are you have you been over here dancing with Saul figuring out how you could accomplish what you desire to accomplish get a little strategy for success? Get a little inspiration. Because you know you're going to go back out and play with kites and your life or have you come over here with Samuel and you just flat out said bring me these AMA- kites they're they're finished my life. I'm not going to walk any more. I'm not not going to play games with God. It's over it's finished it's done. There is no bondage age of sin that cannot be broken by the blood of Jesus Christ and if there's a bondage of sin in your life and you're you're saying well you know I just have to wait for God to come and do this. The newer worshiping God like Saul. You're playing games. If on the other hand you're like Samuel you'll see this the deal you'll see this bondage and you'll fall on your face and you'll stay on your face before God until the victory is won by the blood of Jesus. Christ it's not you win the victory. It is Jesus who will win the victory but he will win the victory as you come into his presence and you lay on your face face and you wait for the victory to come and you cry aloud and you stand by faith and you plead the blood of Jesus Christ and that thing is broken and your delivered and you walk free. So you worshipping tonight like Saul Making excuses for your sin in posturing ducking and jiving worshiping like Samuel Flat Up. Take it out kill it. It's done I'm finished high. Choose the living. God of Heaven Samuel Mule left for Raimo but saul went up to his home in Gill Breath of Saul until today Samuel died he did not go to see Saul Saul again though Samuel mourned for him and the Lord was grieved that he had made Saul King over Israel all across this great city of Washington DC. There are many pastors in many Christians. It's worshiping in the human wisdom of saw and they don't believe either God will bring judgment upon them. They believe it's okay to have their kite buddies playing under their tables. They believe they can just relax and enjoy the good life. They don't need any nights of weeping they don't need to press in and read the Scriptures from Genesis to revelation all they need are there videos in their television and their sports their nascar all they need or all the fun things they need to route call and they need their drugs. They need all the stuff they play you with. They need their sex. They need their violence. And all of this is brought into the body of Christ. And it smoothed over and you sit in the sanctuary and you look around around and there's absolutely no presence of God in that house all but there's fine sounding music there's a beautiful show going on the lights are on. The spotlights are going to smooth tongue. People are doing their number. God's judgment is about to fall on the house of Saul and will be under the Christian who is in that house because it's fall will be complete now. One of the struggles that I have is your pastor is how to speak a word that does not compromise because all of my training has been in the art of compromise. All of my training has been in the art of motivation and pleasing in positive thinking. But I come come to you tonight and I try to just remove all that varnish and say to you. Your soul is on the line. If you worship in the way of Saul you will die you will be separated from the presence of God you will walk and confusion and misery. You'll have no victory over sin but if you walk in the way of Samuel you will be blessed by Almighty God he will lift you up. You will wake up in the morning and you will be clean before God there will be nothing between your heart and the heart of the Lord God of Heaven and joy will rise up in your spirit and you will say I'm clean by the blood of Jesus I have been washed. Washed the blood and you'll go out into your day's Labor with joy on your face you go out there. Speaking an honest word word of love and comfort and confrontation. Wherever you go there will be no compromise? There will be no game playing because the Democrats don't live under your table anymore. They're dead. You've had the victory. Oh I'm sick of of people never gaining the victory in Jesus. He didn't come and die for us to beat up every day by the devil he died so we could walk in victory in authority in power. How do you worship tonight? You worship in the way of Saul worshiping the Waves Samuel ID card mighty God of Heaven. Heaven King of kings and Lord of Lords uncover the secrets of every man's heart. Lord Begin with me so uncover Lord God expose let there be no hidden s Lord. God examined the heart and the spirit and Lord for those.
"samuel mule" Discussed on National Prayer Chapel, Pilgrim's Progress
"No. You're foolish warrior lawyer. Who got the knife put in you and you're bleeding and you're giving way to the sin? She got too close to the devil. I want to tell you a story tonight. One of the most frightening stories in scripture. And you know why these stories are given to us for warnings and admonition so that we will know the ways of Satan and not be taken off guard so we have the story of of King Saul King Saul does not establish a capital in Israel instead. He keeps going home to his daddy's farm and he operates out on the farm. He's a warrior king. Everywhere he goes. He defeats the enemy but he defeats the enemy in his flesh and his military strategy. The power of God no longer falls also him he is simply now doing the work of God by Sheer Strength Energy and cunning of the flesh. And he's very successful. He knows how to Schmooze with the right people to convince them to go his way. He knows how to give. You've the financial rewards to the right people so they will approve of him and join him. Because there's more wealth from the booty that's coming. He knows that it's a game. Being King for him is a business. He's a politician compromises. The name of the game and so in I Samuel Two fifteenth chapter we find the Prophet coming to Saul and anytime the man hand of God comes to a politician. Look out there's trouble. He says verse one. For Samuel Fifteen verse one Samuel Mule said to Saul. I am the one. The Lord sent to anoint. You King over his people Israel in other words Mr Hotshot. While you're listen up God wants to talk to you. This is what the Lord Almighty says. I will punish the Amici for what they did. Israel when they way laid them as they came up from Egypt. Now go attack and totally destroy everything that belongs longs to them do not spare them put to death. Men Women children infants cattle sheep camels and donkeys at what the Lord God of Heaven is literally saying here is Haram. These people Harim these people. That's a Hebrew word. We get the word Harem from this word. He sang the Lord. God of Heaven is saying I claim all of the advocates for my Harem. They belong to me. I'm exercising my authority over them and I don't want you touch one thing that belongs to them because everything that they have have is hurry md it belongs to me and I'm saying utterly destroyed them now you recognize in Romans twelve. He's also harimi US he saying. Present yourself as a living sacrifice climb on that altar of burnt offering Roman. Six you dye your life has renamed. It belongs totally and completely to God and so any area of your life where you you want to claim a portion of your life for yourself you are now walking in the shoes of King Saul now watch saul summons the men he musters them two hundred thousand foot soldiers. Here's ten thousand men. From Judah Saul goes to the city of Amtrak and there. He sets an ambush in the ravine. He attacks the end the kites he scattered them verse eight he took a gag the king of the Amici alive and all his people he totally destroyed with a sword but saw and the army spared Eh gag and the best of the sheep and the cattle the fact cavs and the lambs now he's not spearing gag out of some sense of love his purpose is to cut off eggs thumbs and his toes and make him scramble for food under his table. That was the custom of that day. What would that do that would say saul is a great man because a gag? The King of the kites is the dog under his table and so it would be a point of pride he let the best of the sheep and the cattle the fat calves and the lambs everything that was good. He saved these. They were unwilling to destroy completely but everything that was despised and weak. Take they totally destroyed. Now comes the word of the Living God to Samuel Verse Eleven I am grieved that. I have made Saul King because he has turned away from me and has not carried out my instructions. Samuel Samuel was troubled. He cried out to the Lord all that night. Now we're seeing a contrast here God God sends saw to do a work of harimi of claiming for God. A whole people. This is it's God's judgment upon them they have filled up their cup of iniquity and wickedness and God is using his people once more to bring judgment upon them but saul is unwilling to execute judgment instead he reserves the best for himself. The so you have on one side. A Righteous Prophet who now falls on his face and spends all night grieving over the sin of Saul Samuel spends all night grieving weeping before God what Saul doing in the meantime in time. He's feasting and partying and building a monument to his own glory. He's saying look at the great battle one and look at all the booty we've taken. This has been an awesome battle so many times. When we misunderstand misunderstand and forget that we're aliens and strangers in the Earth? We're ready to go party. And we don't spend time time on our face before God I'm going to be very straight with you if you have not spent that time on your face before. God you're not after the heart of Samuel your after the heart of Saul and you're probably dealing with God's God's judgment coming very soon upon your life you're right at the door if the judgment has not already begun to fall God will not allow God will not allow his people to always rebel against Tim. There will come a time. When he says enough and His mercy will be taxed his justice will swing into action and his judgments will fall? So that's why the National Prayer Chapel. We've positioned ourselves between the city of Washington. DC and the throne of God and we are beseeching God to send Dan Judgment But unto repentance and not damnation rightly he should send destruction on the city the of Washington we have positioned ourselves in a place to plead for his mercy. Because we know God. We know he's long suffering. We know he's Merciful. We know he's compassionate. We know that Moses had the ability to go before God and lay on his face and 'cause God to relent and use judgment unto repentance with trusting God does not change these. He's the same yesterday today and forever and that if a people will come and intercede for the city that he will move with judgment unto repentance. Now let me unfold this ugly ugly truth for you all night. Prayer time early early in the morning. Samuel got up from the floor an inverse twelve he went to meet Saul but he was told Saul has has gone to Carmel and there he has set up a monument in his own honor and has turned in gone on down to Gil how when when Samuel reached him Saul said the Lord bless shoe. I have carried out the Lord's instructions. The Lord Bless Shoe Shoe. I have carried out the Lord's instructions. It's almost like a parent coming home to a naughty child and the parent walks in the door. And just how. How did it go daddy? I did the dishes. I did everything you asked me to do. Everything is wonderful. Everything is fine and nothing is fine. They broke the dishes. They did all kinds of things that they weren't supposed to do but they don't want.
"samuel mule" Discussed on NFL Live
"People talk about it this way. They love their quarterback. This is a classic matchup. What are you looking forward to most? I can't wait to watch. Pass rush both sides. The Smith brothers. You Got Bosa and I love watching that as a defensive player defensive end I I love watching pass for our show. It's going to be a great game to watch. You Got Two quarterbacks out there you've got to defenses looking to get after them and we'll see who gets from the most so for me. This is Zych a psychological. Because I go back to a out back in two thousand and ten. When I was with the jets we played New England patriots and they beat us down forty five to three and we faced off against the Patriots in the playoffs? And so my question is can afford the niners guard against you. You're watching the film. We beat them down. It is social psychological. You go on a game on the flip side of the packers alike. We've got a vin jostles like they literally took our will so it to me is not necessarily excellent knows it's the psychological aspect of a rematch when one team got a beat down by the other team and psychological forty niners prohibitive favorites in this game number one seed in the. NFC team has just been bludgeoning top competition all year. battle-tested they go on the road and beat New Orleans. Then you've got the packers who I get the number two seed but everybody's saying well look at point differential. They win ugly. They have close games games against the lions this year against the redskins they as good as their record indicates. We'll talk again. We'll be cheap on Sunday and we finally have these two teams facing off as we've already talked about thirty seven to eight the last time. These two teams play. It really wasn't much of a contest but Davante Adams amongst the players are not available during that last game. So so for the packers I think Damian right and saying you know for the niners. It's shown to comfortable for the packers. Its main downing us all year. Just what we've been doing. It's worth fourteen thirteen times already this season I think listen. The trenches is obviously we're most games are wanting loss but can Aaron Rodgers. Not just have a moment but have like that four game. It seemed like this year. We've seen lots of moments of of old Aaron Rodgers but in order for the packers because to be the forty niners in Santa Clara. We're going to need to see the old amnuay. Just put it all together against that really really good for his defence packers last S. loss was there in Santa Clara but they haven't lost since so they are a completely different team than that team. They okay quarterback quarterback. Steve Young is with us now to talk about our final four quarterback so Steve. Let's run through what you believe is the key for each of these quarterbacks to be successful salon Sunday and let's start with Ryan Dano well the twenty percent chance that they get to play their game which is run the football keep the score under twenty eight and Patrick Mahomes. Somehow AH going. That's fine knows how to win in the playoffs. And you guys have just talked about that but in reality the game is going to need more than four touchdown and Ryan Tannehill. It's GONNA be responsible. It's Derrick Henry. Run the football is going to have to have a more expansive football game. He can do it. It's GonNa be fun to watch because I think that the titans should go in thinking you you know what we got nothing to lose and Ryan should feel the same way all in many ways. He's a guy that can make a big name for himself more than anybody else in the playoffs this weekend. Patrick Mahomes you return to the championship stage on Sunday. I love that. He's puppy. Feels like completely healthy. I think the team is as good as they've been then and I think that they're ready Nafta the existential scare last week of almost being balanced in the playoffs early that they are now ready to go. expansively the fifty one. They're not going to score fifty one against the titans but I know that Patrick Mahomes is going to be you know he's looking to be the MVP not just of the playoffs but of the season of other super bowl. This time for Andy Reid to get off the Schneider Right. This is his chance an Patrick Mahomes. They're gonNA write them in a big way. And Damian was just making the point about Aaron Rodgers. Is that in this new offense. He hasn't had a complete game. There are great moments. What do you expect from him? I I agree with one hundred percent. There's no way that the packers beat this team. The forty niners without superman and I mean Aaron Rodgers carrying the football out of the huddle like. I'M GONNA run for fifty sixty yards. I'M GONNA changed the dynamic. I'm going to put doubt into the front four. I'm GONNA worry worry in their on minds. I don't know where he's going to be because otherwise if they just been sitting behind the center under they're going to try to run the football they are going to be. They cannot do the thing. The thing that they've won with link recently Susie is not what will help them win over the forty nine all right finally Jimmy J. biggest game of his young career and I think it'd be gets in a shootout and it's going to be a real challenge. That's Jimmy shown that he can win the shootout. He's also shown that he can like last last week. Manage the football game bowl. They're huge you know A pluses for for quarterbacks to be able to do I think he's an athlete about the position especially in his first full year. He's going and say look. I'll kyle you tell me what to do and I'll do you want me to go score. Forty eight in New Orleans. I'll do that. You want me to hang back. Let this running game handle it in the defense. I'll do that as well as long as he can. Not Be the reasons they lose. Throw that couple of touch dated other couple interceptions fumble return touchdown. That's the kind of thing that he just can't allowed happen. Any time. Pressure pressure on all four quarterback Steve Stick around. We'll be back later got quarterback Bingo. We know you love that. We're going to touch on so other. quarterbacks marks okay good see an like we have all season we're going to break down the biggest games and they take your style so the NFC championship game. Now remember when we do these matchups. This says not career just this game so guys. Who are you taking at quarterback? I mean I I'm for okay. I'm glad you glad you said that. Because just this game justice garoppolo listen and a lot of it has to do with all the got George Kid who you can lay a claim that he might be the best tight end and national football league Emmanuel Sanders. diebels Samuel Mule got a plethora weapons even running back. You'RE GONNA throw the ball to but air watch got faced that password that number one pass defense so that's an easy one to me rob running backs. Well I'm going with the three headed monster with San Francisco. I mean look you got Brita you got some really really explosive glose. Running backs came Coleman and most start with a lead the team in rushing When you look at what they have in the backfield defensively you have to gain plan for? WHO's in the game? They have three guys who are very explosive different styles but they all are very productive. They can catch the ball field and with that I have to go. The forty niners no Aaron Jones. That's one guy. I said. Three three headed monster shuts. Tough I gotcha. Before we hit the pass catchers up data George who we know. Don't Miss Practice on Wednesday return to practice on Thursday. His good to go. It's an ankle. ISSUE IS GONNA make sure that he is as good as he can be at this juncture of the season. And really when you're in week nineteen what's the difference between one less for one more practice. George Kennan should be good to go which is part of the reason why I'm giving the edge again to the forty niners through their past the midseason acquisition physician of Emmanuel Sanders. That one has really paid off. George Kit almost unstoppable tight end in football at least in the NFC right now. He's tremendously cost them. faxer factor in in the passing game as well so maybe the packers can lay claim to some of that disrespect. They were talking about because we're three for three up. Picking the have been torched by top tight ends incur data. Rob Defense will. This is look. This is looking one-sided we're going to go with look both teams here have awesome awesome pass rush. Both sides have great pass. rushers put look this forty niners defense. It's not just boasted. They have multiple guys that get after the quarterback they have a secondary that can cover. That's why I am choosing the San Francisco. Forty niners on defense defense gave up just seven first downs while third most ever aerial the player presses fewest. Thank you teams humming. Break the streak. Here I'm GonNa go with the packers who we commission crosby's at a bounce back here this year after some questions about whether he'd be on the roster this year. JK Scott very effective second year punter. We talked about these great moves. Brian Goudie kisses guesses made for the packers at Areas Smith Preston Smith two first round picks contributed tyler urban was acquired on waivers midseason. And I know that the less less than spectacular punt return. You're seeing there. There was a point this year when the packers had zero and I mean literally zero punt return yardage the return the cannot get those coveted hitting yards that can be gained changing. Plays really sharp move by Brian. To kiss to add tyler urban and that special teams tmz edges a slight one but I give it to Green Bay. All Right Final Category Coaching Damian. GotTa go with the San Francisco. Forty niners on the coaching aspect. Listen I think they have the best play call out of the four teams right now in college Shanahan just the most diverse scheme that you probably won't see on offers and then defensively. They got they have the they have a system where it's not complicated. But they have rush cover they keep it simple so guys complete fast. So I'm going to get a chance to CISCO FORTY NINE floor go back twelve years together. We're on three different teams together. They know each other very well. Makes things things fascinating there. Gandhari is carried the titans this month accounting for sixty. Nine percent of the team scrimmage ours that would be you a record for a single postseason Eric. dickerson is the only player who has even eclipsed sixty percent of his team scrimmage yards doing so in one thousand nine hundred eighty five. The chiefs defense weighed in on Henry. Starting With Matthew Berry obviously put together a great season. done a lot great. Thanks for his team and everybody leaning on them and I think the mentality is you know somebody's GonNa have to stop him Somebody's GonNa have to make a tackle on him If we want to get Tamiami so you know this one goal one objective To to win the game but In order to do that and we got we got to slow down twenty two no doubt. Yeah you guys take his legs out. We talked all week. Kill the engine Him As dies in his legs Chopping down you tackle them I he tender care you for about five yards so Hit him though and our legal within a game but just you hit them lower. Okay guys the Henry is on fire. We have our defensive tackle. Chris Jones had were told US earlier in the show did practice today. That's good news but rob. What would be your plan to try to stop Derrick Eric Henry? Well I put it this way. You cannot stop him. A good player is going to make plays you try to minimize the damage. And I'M GONNA show you a couple of plays here on another team stopping his feet. If you can penetrate the line of scrimmage and make him stop his feet that's when you can have success and watching some of these players during the year when he makes that sudden stop and then has to regain himself. You need other guys around the ball. And also playing across line of scrimmage if you're getting pushed back across and you're getting getting beat online must be the line of scrimmage line is is doing the best of moving the line of scrimmage back you're GonNa have big positive yardage so I would say stopping his feet number one and playing playing physical Atlanta scrimmage. I remember back in two thousand fourteen. Were playing the Super Bowl all week for two weeks we talked about playing Lynch and how every single play. It's going to take everyone everyone on the field. Not just.
"samuel mule" Discussed on Native America Calling
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On the Big island for months have been sharing their thoughts to prevent the construction of the one point. Four Billion Dollar Observatory sorry project. There's dialogue on this anywhere. You stand on this. Give us a call joyner conversation by calling one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine million native and before the break. We were introduced to K- aloha shooter on the line with US too. If you WANNA chat directly with her Phone all nine again are open. One eight hundred nine six two eight four eight is the number Kahlo. Welcome back and also want to bring in another voice joining us out of Honolulu. Hawaii is semi Wando Wilder King. And he's the Executive Director of Imo Imola. TNT in he is molly our pleasure to have him here as well Samuel Mule. Welcome law. Thank you for having me and semi. Don't tell us a little bit about where you stand all this My the group was founded by my friend Martin to create a safe space for native Hawaiians who support TNT because we've experience the brunt of the bullying and racism online against supporters of the TNT primarily. From I'm not sure who they were in general but there are some people who are identified themselves as native Hawaiians economic me saying that we were fake Alliance for supporting the telescope and he's kind of intimidation they should tactics and you know threatening people threatening people's jobs so she wanted to create this group immoral. GMT to protect those people. And she's been kind of supporting TNT for a number of years more recently. I've been more of a silent supporter like many people in Hawaii and when the protests started this year or last last year now happy new year the I decided I needed to speak out now and so where I come from is a native Hawaiian. I look at this issue and I see that. This is the tel.. The thirty meter telescope is an amazing project that I support and I consent to and I think is an excellent thing and I've and we've been speaking about informed consent. I think there's much informed consent in our community on my end and I have consented to it and that's why I think it's a good thing. The the reason I support it is because number one. It is culturally consistent with our values in in Hawaii. It's about the search for knowledge it's about advancement of knowledge for human beings for mankind about sharing that quest for excellence and I think. PMT provides all all of that. And I've spoken with one of our Puna here namely Mommy Lum. WHO's the Kahuna of Hayao on Big Island? And she's taught me that the the the sacred nature amount of CARE is not such that it prohibits construction or any human use at all indeed. You know our ancestors. I use the mountain in the ways they could. They had an ads. Corey on top of Mount of care where they mind an area. That's one hundred times the size of TNT. They mind rock out of it. It's because it was. It was used for that purpose. So the sacredness of Monica as for the advancement of human knowledge and human in no. And you know human excellence. And that's one of the things we've quoted her on our website and we have a number of flyers and that's what she explained it's just that the TNT and the nature of it you know it's not even an ad score right we're not signing for weapons or for or for tool it's a thing to learn about the universe and our place in it and to study the stars and so it also continues our cultural connection to navigation and to stargazing and Tequila Hukou and just the fact that we can navigate the stars from the telescope. And that kind of way I think the titans scripted like that which I thought was really cool metaphor and so that's the that's the number one reason I think is a great thing number. Two is the benefits that the TNT provides to our community are amazing. I mean there's a one point. Four billion dollar construction costs which is going to bring. I think they said a couple of hundred jobs are into jobs. Construction and construction jobs are always that kind of spamming in your opening bid. You were talking about you know deconstruction efforts construction jobs that would provide so those are great jobs they last for ten years and then there's the jobs that will be created wants telescopes operational. I think it's something like one hundred forty jobs and then on top of that. TNT is giving a million dollars a year and scholarships and that goes into a thing called the thing for the fun goes seven hundred fifty thousand dollars to the Hawaii Community Foundation which distributed to schools and two students. And then there's another two hundred fifty thousand that goes directly to the foundation and the by nation is from my understanding. A group that gives scholarships for college only two native lions so there's that benefit specifically to our people which is excellent and and then that's in addition to the fact that EMC also it's required to give pay a million dollars in rent with a fifty fifty operational timespan and that money he goes eight hundred thousand to the Office of Management and the Office of Medicaid Management as it has had issues for sure and I think a lot of that has been brought to light by. Ah but it's also improved dramatically since nineteen ninety. When you look at the audits you see that you know? They've cleaned up their act. They're making sure that things are kept in order. They've they've established rules for the mountain now so these kinds of things have been sold and that money that eight hundred thousand dollars go to support you know protecting the Waco Kuu bug and the and the animals and the four that are on not a cat and mapping the historical sites that are on a care and keeping track of that and then another two in two thousand dollars I read goes to the Office of affairs. Fun and so Samuel when you take a look at all this in. It's great that we're hearing different information understanding about this place and where to conduct a mile. Lease stand on all of this And that's good to hear here to have this dialogue. Maybe you haven't been able to hear this kind of dialogue and you have some thoughts. Join the conversation. All opinions are welcome. One eight hundred nine six six to eight four eight is the number Samuel hang tight got a caller on the line. We're going to go ahead and say hi to Nicole A who is in Hawaii listening in online Nicole. Thank you for giving us the ring. You're on air. Yes I agree with you sir I actually unfortunately fortunately have to work in Alaska. I work in the aeronautical industry and so hard to find good stem jobs in the state of Hawaii and I also would like to show my support for T. M. T.. And I agree with you that. I'm not native Hawaiian. I agree that Hawaii was found by wait. Finders who found their way by the stars and that with the TNT with this position so close to the equator and with hot you do the clear air. You're bored US an opportunity to study the stars. Like we've never had a chance to look for with the exception of Hubble and so I also like to throw in my I support for the TMC and just respectfully ask protectors What their stances on that? I'm not unique opportunity. She's not even the Canary Islands. The alternate stories are the alternate by fourteen cheese could provide like we can here in the state of Hawaii. Okay Okay Nicole. Thanks for giving US ring in Killa. Sounds like she's talking directly to Kia on the last part of her question Do you consider yourself yourself one in any thoughts You know regarding the way finding I'm glad that use knowledge that that we are way finders One of the primary way fire finders oppo navigator nine hundred Thompson has come out about the desecration of Monica and he has said that this desecration and I mean th. This issue is about disrespecting attracting And Racism by the University to the people that's been his position there is one other wave finder who supports TNT But the majority of them and he's the leader has house actually not supported it. You know it's a false narrative to kind of frame this issue that it's like coins against point. This is really not About that and also I wanted to answer some of the things that were being said first of all as a practitioner. I am a practitioner. Actually and the Office of Management Does have its issues but one most important issues that it has is is that it continues to desecrate.
"samuel mule" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"The line that youtube cut off. This is what she said. She never mind you guys see if you want to cut off a leg or an arm arm. You're mentally ill but if you want to cut off healthy breasts or a penis your transgender if you wanna cut off a leg or arm you're mentally ill but if you WANNA cut off healthy breasts appeanas your transgender now. This right here is the reason why there should be no hate speech laws because when that is defined as hate speech. It's clear hear that what they're trying to do is control reality when you try to control as they do in England if you call somebody by the wrong pronoun the police can show up at your house and question you when they want to tell you what Pronoun you have to use. Try to do in New York With government workers they are controlling how you can express reality right it. It's fine if you if you're loopy enough to think that a person who cuts off. His penis is suddenly woman. If you're lucky enough to believe that you're allowed to express express that I believe in free speech but if you don't let me use the Pronoun that I think is appropriate. You're essentially saying you must see reality this way and if you don't see it that that way you must lie by law you must lie about the reality you see now again. I think people on the left would find that just as offensive as people on the right I would say You know there again. There are things that feel good in the moment the feel good in the moment that really destroy you so it might feel good. I know with some of these college kids is it feels good to hate on people who say I don't see it the way you see it so you should and they say well you should be censored for hate speech and that feels good to them that makes them feel strong but they don't realize is of course that it's all about who decides and if they give the government the power to decide on hate speech one of these days it's GonNa come back on the scene. It happened again and again where they come. After the right they come after the right and then they go after the left and they eat eat each other. This is the thing that I just think to me. I just think that the left would be as eager as the right I to say no absolutely not three speech. Let's hear from everybody. Let's hear every opinion and it really is interesting to me that they don't censor these neo. Oh Nazis these alt-right guys who come on and say horrible things about the Jews and the box they don't censor those guys because they know they make the right look bad but they do censor Dennis prager anger and they do censor things like that because they know they make sense and they know they undermine the left's position. I don't think anybody in America. I don't think we're in danger of the old right. I mean all right. Some of their opinions are evil and I think evil is always a threat but I don't think this country is evil and I don't think this country is GonNa Follow Down The nineteen thirties Germany where we just lost. The devastating war in our economy is on the ground. And all that stuff. That's that's not happening here. But I would just think the left themselves would say bringing on they censor the answer they censor people who make perfectly reasonable statements like that. But they don't censor Nick Fuentes for instance who's like the sniggering antisemitic racist guy they don't censor him and I don't want them to censor him. I don't want them to censor him. But they don't censor him because they know he's not a threat they know he makes the right look bad they censor that stuff because they know it undermines their entire worldview. And that's what they're trying to protect. I want to end a final reflection before we head into the Cleveland. Enlist weekend if you're not a subscriber and you're not got haven't got another kingdom and you're just kind of circling the drain in these final five minutes of clay goodness I wanNA and talking about a couple of movies. I saw because they really did surprise me with their points of view The first is shaft. Now this is the new shaft where shaft Sun comes uh-huh And he teams up with With Samuel Jackson the old shaft and To to break a you know criminal rink and I love action movies. Action Movies are for men. What romantic movies are for women? Right we always make fun of women for watching these romantic movies and the same plot over and over again and then we go off and watch ABC's movies where guys beat up like fifteen hundred people alone and we love them and so everybody has his own drug. I love action movies and And I love Samuel Mule Jackson. I think the guy has developed a persona in these movies that has absolutely riveting and he does so well this introduces also to young people who have I just never saw before for. They've been around but it kind of other things that I haven't watched a guy named Jesse Jesse usher and Alexandrovich ship. Who are both Absolutely delightful awful in it and play the young leads so that Samuel Jackson. PNB The old cool guy Richard Roundtree is also the original shaft is also in it. He is just absolutely great. I gotta I was a little suspicious when I saw that. Thirty two percent has got a thirty two percent rotten tomatoes rating from critics and he ninety four percent from the people. Okay the people love this movie and I I loved it too. It's not Shakespeare. It is an action movie. which if you love action movies like I do? It's a wonderful action movie. I really had a great time. I'm not telling you it's a fellow or you know what or anything like that. I'm just saying so. So here's the scene where the father and son meet and the father has been raised by the mom and he's this kind of upright the millennial type and he comes and sees shaft to his just a womanizer and a violent guy in a tough guy inherited breath junior doing. What are you wearing resistible? Some kind of stripper name.
"samuel mule" Discussed on Laces Out
"Patriots in the Super Bowl on the first. I think he says is the biggest loser loser is here tiki barber and so everybody's watching this as if you're a giants it's fan just want a super bowl. You're watching Mike Francesa yeah all right and so like this thing just keeps fucking perpetuating itself uh-huh like over and over and over and over again all based on a comment that most people never heard they didn't hear the context of it inorder they follow up and know the intent of it and so it was it was like this cross Blue Cross nonsignificant at all in the in the overall meaning of it means absolutely nothing more story though right. I'm being honest because I've never I never not hated you. Whatever like that only when you were a jet with all those jet right but I think in a New York New York Fan Ho career love you to fucking Duffy because I thought she was absolutely in horse you left to how you perceive bothered a lot of people yeah and I've done to know you say to us. Most is is in love you to death now but that story's never told and it's never repeated never repeat it because it's more interesting the other way on a serious so. I'm glad you told I wanNA talk about one of the quote that you had throughout your career. that I assume was not very a well received. He told The New York Post picked it up and talking about Michael Strahan's contract negotiations bad whenever we talk about this she she said that straight and wanted to beat me up never never going another guy's pockets and said. I don't know if you realize how much seventeen million dollars is the. That's absolutely ridiculous. Turn that down. He's already. The highest paid defensive player in the League. He's already making more than most quarterbacks. Michael is not thinking about the team. He's thinking about himself. He was in looking back on that now. Obviously you've kind of been through the ringer. You know you're in the league ten years. This was very early in your career. This was two hundred in the first half how'd that go over in the locker room and then kind of how did your and Michael's oil changes season and there were three contracts attracts needed to get done Jason Seahorn needed to design extension. I needed to do one as well. I think this was this was all one going into two. I can't remember you're going into the two thousand and two says yeah going into so after a one so we're all looking for deals and the tower cap is hard and it's you know at that point not one hundred and seventy five million eighty seven million so seventeen percent or seventeen million is like thirteen percent. Ah The cat which is a lot of money for the event and you know Immi- mind. We've just like lost a super bowl. had a bad follow up here and I'm thinking to how do we keep this thing altogether. It's it wasn't about the money it was about. Let's let's make sure we have everybody MHM and so I made those comments and it just it went over wrong and I was wrong dead wrong and I remember straighten coming to me and say teak. GotTa love you but I want to beat the shit out of you. Get like a contentious for a little bit you know he got saved but you know like resurrected did our relationship Jay Glazer really used to be with the with the giants and now take Jay Glazer is one of Michael's best friends Yep. He's one of my best friends in fact when he got kicked out of his apartment on ninety seconds. St Louis lived with me. This is right after I was married so I buried in Nelson Jason. Sleeping on my couch and remember he has now adopted son from his his his girlfriend there together -gether kid like crapped his diaper. He has no idea what he's doing. I don't know how to change the diaper like come. I got this on change of Samuel Mule diaper and like we we had this really tight relationship and I remember Jason Me. He's like you. GotTa make this right with straight hand. I'm like I don't bake. This registry handed like pissed and he said I'll make it right. Mr Han until he got us together and we talked it out and then it would literally went away. Strahan's is one of my closest friends to this day. and he's done an awesome job in his post. NFL career has both crush on the near Vinas he he did it the right way with finding a producer who was a content producer and partnering with her candice and creating something together. It's amazing what they've done. It's a smart way to do it. I wish I would've thought of that and done it that way because he's exploded. It's been an amazing where his career is and it goes back to like him always using his personality 'cause this. Would you see that's exactly how we have in the locker room jokester messing around guys. I mean he lists you Ryan. It's his he's just really engaged. Spirit exactly thank right. I know you got to do your show taking tyranny kinky boots dude. I WanNa talk about it for a second athletes. Take risk some more successful very few you put on big red booth and then prance around with drag queens for six six and a half weeks. I'm I'm not making it. I'm not trying to go there. because I know you and your street why kinky boots so kinky boots the run was coming to an end and just just recently ended a six months ago five months ago or so and they had come to my manager lap and ask if I want to do a walk on role so for those not in Bombay Broadway terms a walk on role is a famous person or a non famous person who has relationship with the production just walks on and does something like in Kinky boots would be you know putting boots on the on are putting shoes on on Iraq singing part of the chorus. Maybe doing a little bit of a dance and walk on this on. Hey I'm here in this. Role is whoever freight you walk off and it's it's it's not really acting not really learning anything so they had asked me to do a walk on role. I was unavailable. I couldn't do it fast. Ford to October of last year and they reach out to mark again and say look the productions coming to an end. Oh we have one of our talent. One of our actors has to take a seven-week Qaida six six and a half seven-week Asia's would Tiki be interested in taking this role and I didn't know this the show I didn't know kinky boots. I didn't know what was I looked it up and figured out what the DC was but I didn't know what it was and so I was of course I'd I'd love to do that. Let me let me rewind for two seconds and so back in two thousand and three three two or three when I was starting to dig into media a little bit more. I took an acting class just because I wanted to learn how to project like you had no it now but when I came in to New York I was shy painfully shy and so I wanted to learn how to like project be a presence in like show myself and position condition myself and hold myself the right way and so I took this acting class with this woman was Peggy Lewis and she taught kids like little kid kids like seven-year-olds it was like twelve year olds and so I'm in this class with her mostly private lessons but sometimes it'd be like little kids aren't learning things like juggling and you know talking hocking while you're juggling and you know blocking and moving from one place turning in turning to address somebody etc etc etc but also how to project talk loudly and speak from your your gut as opposed to your throat which which where's your where's your vocal cords out until after you know six six eight months or whatever this is back in two thousand two she's like. I think I'm going to a production. I'm like okay cool. She's like I would like you to be in it like okay and so she produced this play called Women of Manhattan Uh by John Patrick Shanley people know John Patrick Shanley because of moonstruck wrote Moonstruck as well so I played a character named Duke the Duke Duke Duke Congestion Right and I had to say like that Duke and my role was this African American not with reo but who grew up in the sixties and the south had lived and some lifting what went through for blacks in the in the south in the sixties moved to New York become accomplished and really really all I did was like date white women and so it's it's a it's it's a powerful scene because you think about it said Ed setting the mid eighties and so here's this you know suave black guy with a white woman in Manhattan smoking a pipe having a conversation onstage just me and her and we kiss at the and so this is like it's not I mean I'm cool but I'm not that cool okay so and so I I'd I've into this role and it's like it's hard man because I didn't grow up like that. I grew up in the south but I grew up in Virginia in Ja in Roanoke Virginia. You not like Birmingham Alabama and so I didn't I never experienced overt racism. I was always accepted for whatever reason and so I have anger and have like Layton. You know mistrust of the white man I didn't have that and so as I'm trying to figure out who this who do Giss. I gotta find that in saying certain words. There's giving certain emotions when I'm talking to this girl that I'm on this date with breath. It was it was hard but it was like empowering as it felt really good to figure it out and get the lines or at down and and finally perform we did sixteen performances at the. I want to say the New Hampshire 'em now that was a different show. I forget where it was but it was down in West village did sixteen performances and it was awesome like some of my teammates came heckling me. Also we really enjoyed it I thought well maybe I'll do. Maybe I'll act you. You know at some point. It just finds New York. Why not football gotten away. I started to get really good so as opposed to being now. He's thirty thousand yard rusher. I started rushing for fifteen hundred and yards and in eighteen hundred yards and sixteen anjar so just kind of fell away then life happens I retire. I start working at the today show and football night in America Erica starting a business with Steve Ross affordable housing. I'm like I'm doing all this stuff and just gone like this. Acting thing has gone now you've come back fast forward to to last year and Lepas trying to negotiate this deal. I'm like Hell Yeah. Let's do it why not it's New York. I'll take advantage of of of being on being taken advantage of the opportunity and go beyond the great white way informed a little bit by Eddie George George Live who was heisman trophy winner from Ohio state when we really good running backs and NFL history great running back in college history and it really good slash great in NFL history did Chicago. I remember talking to him on a radio billy right yeah. I'm on a radio show when he when he was on Broadway and he's like tiki amazing. It's so like uplifting uplifting and just like the energy so it with that information in mind. I like dive into this role little. Do I know who the character I'm playing is. It's a character named Don now. The story of Kinky boots is Charlie the factory owner. It's father pass away. He inherits a factory. The factory is going under under he goes to London to try to sell some boots. Tell some old shoes to one of his friends. He meets a drag queen named Lola on the street. He's trying to predictor Dr he comes back to the factory and decides I gotTa. I gotta I gotTa do something different to save the factory. Let's make kinky boots and so instead of making shoes price and sons shoes. I'd most beautiful thing in the world issues most beautiful thing in the world of shoes instead. They're gonNA make kinky boots and I'm the factory worker. That's like Oh hell no yeah exactly. I don't WanNa want that character. Interestingly family is built for someone who's built like you. That's the character but here I am and they called me fit don until until I have to like again in channel this person it's in that I don't I'm not familiar with but have to learn this row and it's a lot of lines a lot of blocking but blocking I mean like moving the set and you know getting in place in one spot so that someone can cross in front of me and you know holding ending a probe so that someone can take. It sounds like it's like all this blocking that is making me nervous. Learning the words was actually pretty easy. 'cause I just listened to the songs because I run a lot now so I listened to the song over and over and over and over again while I was running an prepping for marathons stuff that I do now so I got that.
"samuel mule" Discussed on Business & Biceps
"Saying. Dan like is it only in that case where you know one hundred percent jerry jones going to fucking pay. It's ongoing yeah. I think that's one. I think it's about so you know great parallel ear. We make the lady on bell. I think it's about economic impact if if you if you really are going to have an economic impact pack whether that be through a lack of coverage on sportscenter um which equals a lack of interest in your team possibly a lack of ticket sales possibly lower ratings on your games if you if you think as an owner you're gonna feel an economic impact from a guy sitting eating out was then you know you really gotta kinda. Come to the table. You know look lake on bell. I think because the pittsburgh is pittsburgh and they are who they are and they have the culture that they have. I don't think the <hes> the rooney's thought they would would see an economic impact and i don't know the numbers but i doubt they did because now you know a guy named conner conan the pro ball and you got to you know a backup and jalen samuels mules that had a great year at the end of the day. It's the offensive line opening bowls but yeah. I think it has everything to do with front from agent standpoint like do i know they're gonna feel an economic impact if my guys not on the field and if the answer is yes you know listen i can argue both sides of this coin but if you're an agent and you're working for an athlete and you know the team is going to feel the economic impact. It's your job to go out and get more the money that's that's. That's the agents job per se. Has there been a time in the past john where you saw within the fight game when you were you have see agent agent. You saw an opening like that and like you. Almost you feel like like once you once again. You're working for the athlete. You're not looking for the team or for the u._f._c. that your job is which you obviously get a cut of one hundred percent to make and get as much money as possible no matter the situation. If you feel feel like for one second that you have the leverage. Would you just fuck in jugular john that shit every time or would you take. Some of these are okay. Yes speaking speaking as an agent myself as individual right now. <hes> sure you go for the jugular every time because you have to understand that especially from the owner's standpoint or the organization standpoint they are business all the time twenty four seven three sixty five so they are going for your or jugular if you're the star who gets hurt and you're of no value to them and you don't have guaranteed m- your faulk your faulk so they're gonna jugular your ass us and again. This is speaking from an agent perspective not my personal opinion but yeah you have to be aware that if the other side that you're negotiating with is is going to throw you out like the trash if something were to happen to you well if you deliver well okay now. I'm going to fuck in do the same aimed thing the other way and you're gonna fucking. Pay me because if you don't know a lot of other people will when you got to look at it like if you if you think about these contracts and that's why the guaranteed money is getting so heavy because these guys have a certain small spot of time to get paid because and that's where a lot of you know general people don't really look at it like that like all these contracts like. I remember mike vick when i worked with him. He signed one hundred million dollar deal but dude that ah gigi he only played two years for the three years for the us. He never saw that money. He actually saw a quarter of it. Maybe you know what i'm saying like. They put out these big numbers but they can can hang a pink sheet in your locker. The next day you're gone and a lot of people don't realize that same with fight game if they if they lose a fight or two fights dana can cut that contract and five seconds seconds if ezekiel elliott blows out both a._c._l.'s tomorrow motherfucker..
"samuel mule" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Let's get back to my twenty sixteen interview with michael k williams. He's now nominated for an emmy for his performance in the netflix series when they see yes. Let's talk about another turning point in your life when you were twenty five. I think we like the night of your twenty fifth birthday. You got into a bar fight. That's when your face was slashed with a razor and you're the scarf at <hes> runs down the middle of your of your forehead. That's become almost like a signature. You know it's almost like you're. You're known for that. It's part of your look away and you've managed to make it a strange drain instead of something horrible that you have to cover up. That's going to hurt your career or anything like that but when it happened. What did you think assuming that you survive because i think you were also cut in your throat that night. Yeah the second cut it at fight and right at my juggler cow. Did you think that scar on your forehead ahead which is visible was going to affect your career as a as a performer. I didn't think it all you know <hes> when i got that <hes> that that scar when i jumped at night i was i was just beginning to my dad's career and i was just got a gig as a as a model that there was this company called rock embassy that that may tour jackets for like grow various recording artists that went untorn they would sell them at merchandise and <hes> i was the big one the big spokes models for that company and so i think it went all the magazines the hip hop magazine as it were like posters all in the subway stations and that whole wave of press without on november twenty two twenty first and then i get this it down my face on the twenty second so immediately. I thought my modeling career would that well. That's over okay. We're gonna now. We're going to focus on the next day on your on your resume dancing. Yeah scratch model can just a dancer so you know and that's when i say man. There's some good advantages that came out of growing up in my community that whole like fake tough skin thing it kinda worked in in for me in this instance because i refuse to look at myself as a victim and i kept it moving. I didn't allow allow myself to feel weak over the incident because i knew that mentally i didn't have would it would have taken to really deal with what just happened so i didn't mentally the league goes there. They wanted me to seek like therapy for trauma. I shut all of that now. I said nah. I'm good. What about the scar from your ear to your jugular ocular. I don't think i i've noticed that ever is out purposely where my beard it kind of hides it back there. Did you think you weren't gonna make it through that night. You know i think yeah. I think a lot of people thought that i wasn't going to make it to seat thirty. You know my mom didn't think i was gonna see thirty you know does she watch your t._v. Shows no. She liked bobek empire. <hes> every time that character komo's okay. Why don't we hear a scene from boardwalk empire and boardwalk empire choir was h._b._o. Series set during the prohibition era in atlantic city and <hes> steve shammy played nutty who is like the the king of atlantic city then they can basically controlled politics controlled the bootleg liquor you play the most powerful african the american in the city and you have a bootleg operation of your own and then with nuggets hope you run a very swank nightclub job in atlantic city and so you've accumulated a lot of wealth and this senior at a dinner party at your very well appointed home with your wife and children your daughter's boyfriend. The medical student is there to and you're feeling very self conscious because you're from the south you're from the country and he's very urban is educated refined. There's a sumptuous duck dinner on the table. Your wife asked the medical student to say grace your little drunk and you keep interrupting him and talking about how they should all be eaten hop and john rice and black eyed peas. Here's that scene and it starts with the boyfriend lord. We duck yes albert of course it is. Please mr crawford lord john. There's duck peas. This carrots fresh baked biscuits chocolate dessert. We'd like to thank you ask the question albert please. She made the putting all by yourself. It's very nicely the damn hopping jong albert you know that's not proper food for a guest now. Let's allow samuel mule to finish lord. We come together to be our guest with a light so i have always enjoyed that type of foods type food. My grandma would make it fun. Pardon laughing what joep happen john's albert. You're being ridiculous eating rice and beans all my life to meeting good enough. You'll have to forgive my husband's country. Ways are completely understand. The house and my country ways put the food on his damn table albert. You're drunk sir. I apologize. I'll leave state right. We you often right there inside. The house. Pretty clear to feel is michael k williams as albert chalky white on boardwalk empire so you're a character and boardwalk empire is from the south from the country. You're very urban. You're from brooklyn. What did you feel like you had to learn about the south and about prohibition era to play chalky white. Will you know terry there was nothing had to learn about the south. I'm first generation bahamian from my mother's but my father is straight from a small town in south carolina allina call greeleyville so <hes> i'll full working knowledge of the south would boardwalk and in portraying chalky white did for me was was it gave me time with my dad who's long hair again but not this not this timeframe it allow alameda go back and hang out with him in his in his childhood where he went through coming up as a man him and my mom uncle j. hugh uncle par my godfather jillian monk tommy all these men are deceased and and chalk white gave me time to hang with them in their era when they were young men coming up. That's what they all went through. They lived in so both in the wire and boardwalk empire pyre. Your characters are shot to death in the wire. Your shot by kid and work empires almost like a firing squad this like i don't know five gangsters who just kinda line up and shoot you and you die off camera kind of fades to black. Can i ask you what it's like to you. Experience your character's death. Oh wow that's i that is as a first time of the next question you mentioned who they got shot by young black teen on the streets of baltimore chalky white guy shot by a firing squad ironically of all black men in harlem and it speaks to was happening today you know in in our society and and so those images that you see on the wire and chalky and an import welcome pie in particularly with my character's demise. I don't take that lightly. You know anybody that was on the set that day. When idris elba and i had to shoot the scene with stringer bell dies our shaking like like a leaf and crying. 'cause i did not want to do that. Just didn't feel right like how do you come to these two dark. Skin strong-minded blackman strong-willed wrong willed blackman as we say in the hood these two kings house it always gotta come wash no end as the face off one of die. I don't wanna be a part of that. I i didn't know at that point. I question what am i doing my telling the truth or my perpetuating the the problem i suffered with that on the wire you know uh-huh and weighed on me and even though it's fake where i'd go in my in my psyche it trust me his very real and it comes comes equipped with all those emotions that comes from having killed so one that looks like you you know how do you how do you do with that. Would you go with that. That's why i take it. Michael k williams recorded in two thousand sixteen. He's nominated for an emmy for his performance in the netflix limited series when and they see us based on the story of the central park five he plays bobby.
"samuel mule" Discussed on Cat Scratch Reader
"Limit the catch rate of slot receivers so i feel like everybody thinks whoever plays nickel for them sucks because they're giving up like eighty percent catch rate. Even if it's only a couple of yards per catch the only one i could say that would even be close. This would be like the kicker. Maybe yeah people don't automatically disrespect them because the kicker but yeah as far as just like every down position guys not. I don't think anybody's is hated as the nickel corner well they. They gotta cover wide receivers who could be slot who could be actual prototypical wide receivers in the slot could be michael. Thomas could be rob gronkowski so yeah. They have a hard job. They have a really hard job in the n._f._l. Is slowly starting to value them but across the board not not quite yet. I'm shocked at the n._f._l. It'd be slow to embrace something very important to the progression of the game. Oh yeah yeah they're always aggressive and immediate when they act on things so this implicitly out of the norm the the n._f._l.'s very clearly going towards the past heavy league and underneath passing in passing two receivers of the slot is becoming more and more important n._f._l. Still like let's just nickel corners at that not that big a deal because they weren't important thirty years ago some of the n._f._l. Is looking at it right now. <hes> desma king is a good example of a team with the chargers who actually values nickel corner. They gave him a really really high valued contract and it's funny that the charges would do that because they actually had a good defense last year. It's kinda weird. Paying paying your nickel corner and having a good defense seems to correlate not sure how that works carefully calculator figures that <music> out john but it doesn't tell you that what do you guys think about ross cockrel being the backup backup quarterback and backup safety. I like the idea of being flexible. I mean he's the backup free safety to not just the strong safety and keep in mind that he broke his leg so bad last year that he had to learn how to walk walk again. Zen like it's advocate deal walker twenty nine thousand nine earning how to walk as overrated and brian. How do you feel about the fact that colin jones is listed as third on the depth chart at free safety jeff brad colin jones getting legitimately surprise me colin jones i i've said this and our slat group and i'll say it here colin jones if the eighth safest guy got cam you got luhia. Mccaffrey got greg olsen. You got more and samuel mule. You got the short the specialist and then you got colin jones so he's like eleven. O'cl is like there's almost most no way he gets caught. The also knows how to play strong safety free safe the ambig- nickel you can play free safety strong big nickel gunner. He can probably return kicks if they let him do it because he's got four to speed <hes> he can punt he can kick. He can throw oh you can do it. All this is cara swisher. I wanna tell you about my podcast rico.