4 Burst results for "Stephen Goliath"
"stephen goliath" Discussed on How Did This Get Played?
"Would go to all of this length to create a christian unlicensed video game so that christian households could be like you can play this game kid and then relegate the gameplay too absolutely absurd reinterpretations of the bible you get a full text of a bible verse and the noah lifts a cow over his head then stacks awards or a sheep on top of that and delivers them into his arc. There's only like ten or twelve animals that you can collect and i can't even so it's so bad and i yes. We probably played the music in the opening. If we that. I thought but the the music is the same for every single level of the game in baby moses. This you have to deliver Baby moses to the end of the nile you just carry a baby through the length of a level. You can't kill any of the enemies are all trying to hurt you. And then in david and goliath you. You're hurting sheep every time. I'm sorry every time. I would come back to the menu. Which was stephen goliath again. Because i don't remember there being a goliath. And then i realized i was once the other sheep one. Yeah it's it's a. The david and goliath is is so. Because i played them in sequence and when i was playing through this time and you know this well i have a history with this game which are christian then peabo and both of those are very like. They're they're non violent but like i'm like okay. I understand why these are non violent. They're meant to be like these are tasks. I'm i have i have. i'm. I'm you know wrangling animals for the arm. I am escorting this baby. I get why these are. Why don't have an attack but you get you get the david guy. Great i get the fuck up with this is finally action with and no. It's just a worst version of noah's ark. You're just hurting sheep again. It's so it's such a disappointment. But i guess i'll get to it this way. I'll address this now because it just brought it up so i played this game as a kid. I was not raised in a very christian household by parents were pissed cappelli and i went to church on sundays. You know kind of a standard of very mainstream religious upbringing but not super religious but did have a good friend one of my best friends in elementary school who has an evangelical and his parents are evangelical and so i was exposed to a lot of christian media envious dad some gay porn but that's another.
"stephen goliath" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"Of most people won't just take time to look up what really happened. Eight netted. History. Yeah I mean the thing that bothers me is that if something's interesting and I feel like real life is interesting. There's so many things in history. That are very interesting that you don't need to change things if you don't really have to and I think that that's just a Hollywood sickness of embellishment and they think they can make it better if we do this. And it just one of these things that they fall into these formulas that they all. We have to have a romance in this movie. You have to have this tied up in this. This character has to be tied to that character. So it's poetic and this and that and I feel like that that becomes a trap and that's why we have so much stale bullshit movies now and it's just it is have been having since beginning at time but we haven't seemed to learn revolve As filmmakers or as people who the audience to be smarter and to want more. And you want to be entertained. The I think the thing is that we want to be entertained. So much that will be willing to just give up everything else also would probably enrich us. You know in a lot of ways so I feel like the they. Could you know babies pump the brakes a little bit on using this fucking script writing formulas and let's fuck fucking explore some shit every once in a while? I mean Anthony. I do exactly what you just said is. If it's a editing movie I will subconsciously I will leave. I'll be like well. That's the story I don't need to know anymore. And that's the problem and it does eventually will poison your brain. If you continue thinking that way and don't dig for the truth. I ultimately it comes down to the viewer. This Article has some great couple of final lines that I'll throw in there. They say at the end of the day or other at the end of the movie it comes down to each individual audience member knowing that a movie can simply be a great story or great representation of history in art and that both of those movies can be enjoyed or maybe historical films are just the Natural Process of truth into Myth and myth into legend. And I see that also happening with the movies that get it right You know like your glories in your Schindler's list these guys become legends. And you hope that they're represented accurately I. Yeah I don't know I can. I can enjoy a good history movie. Even if it's accurate I guess I mean just something that came to mind while you were talking about. That is like stories have been embellished. Forever right yeah like even like movies movies do it. But like I like not everything in the Bible probably happen the way it happened. It's written in the Bible with you know. I'm sure there's somebody like David in Urwah. Was David and the giant Goliath Stephen Goliath like I'm sure there was a tall person that probably got his ass kicked by a small person. Was he nine feet tall not write stories? I think this is just human. Nature to embellish. Yeah it's like playing telephone like the story never ends up the same at the end because I think that this is the difference. I think over time we only had an oral way of translating. Yeah well and then we had books and then you always had the trust the author but now in this age I mean and and this is like really fucked up because we can't even trust video. Now yes we have a little bit more accuracy we have maybe a perceived more accuracy of things records of things in things that how we went down and we have multiple multiple sources and stuff like that. I think that like in those old times you had no choice. But to embellish. It was too tempting but now for telling a story that we do know something out. I think that that that there's nothing wrong with actually fucking including some of them again information. You know I think that the the way that way that they just do is like okay. We they instantly. Did THEY STEAL? The idea they still. What's special about it the gut it many fucking just fucking another it's Fucking fucking lathering with fucking sugar and spice and everything nice for your Gilead. It I really comes down to. Yes the filmmakers. Have a little bit of responsibility if you're GONNA put that tag in front of the movie but you should. You should also expect criticism and give me something entertaining. But I think even if it's wildly inaccurate if it gets you thinking if forget you talking if it gets you questioning I think that's all part of the. What if they just put this? We got the idea from a real thing but this is all bullshit. Enjoy the all this shit up. That's inspired by true events. You can do all sorts of leeway with inspire. Just don't go peace on feel like the like the minute like dumb people see that they don't understand what they mean. Good topic is the..
"stephen goliath" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Twenty six minutes before the top of the hour. Thank you again, for joining us, pop, for instance, in for Dennis Prager, and I want to continue just for a few more minutes with our friend, Peter personnel. Who's a friend of mine. Also a fellow clevelander. And so with that I've got two stories here, pay Peters of the United States commission on civil rights as well. And I've got two stories that are kind of local that I wanted to comment on, and I really only have time for one. This is short segment. I'm going to skip over Marcia fudge in her unbelievably in -sulting comments to the president and Trump voters, and I'm going ask you, your thoughts on Gibson's bakery. Taking down mighty mighty overland college. The People's Republic thereof in, in an unbelievable case of defamation. Libel slander intentional infliction of distress and attempt to destroy a business little local bakery, one. Well, technically it's going to have to be capped at thirty three million because of tort reform law, but was awarded by the jury a grand total of. Forty four million dollars in compensatory compensatory and punitive damages an wanted to get your thoughts on that before you run. Pete. Yeah. Well very quickly. I think the schools beyond a local story by it's clear that this is really something that dogs, the difference between the social Justice elite or social Justice warrior mentality in many of our academic establishments. In fact, it's pervasive. And whoa people. You had, I think almost everybody knows what the facts are by now and that is that you had three black Oberlin students who were engaged in suspected shoplifting. And when EPA headed it turned into at least, the, the narrative was that this was nothing more than a racial profiling, and the college is a Q was accused of promoting a boycott of the establishment and getting students all wild up consistent with the. Standard social Justice narrative of when you've got an oppressive white Gemini and you've got poor black or. Whatever intersectional multicultural group, you wanna think of who are being oppressed by them, and we have to take matters into our own hands and exact some form of social Justice. Well, normal people look at the situation so this little bakery, was crushed by this huge institution terms that Leeson terms of dollars and they're woke mentality in using their, their if it of students to engage in, for at least engage in some form of virtue sibling, and all the people who don't live on campus said this just completely won't enjoy spoke in that regard. I think that we've got all these inflated environments in almost every academic institution. But the problem here is there, no longer just going to be insulated because they're graduating tens and tens and tens of thousands of individuals who share that social Justice mentality. That's completely at odds with reality. And now we see them populating almost every one of our institutions from the upper reaches of tech companies and other corporations to, you know, other colleges that they may go to, to media. You name it just about every institution that we can think of has these folks at the highest echelons under that, Sean everyday people who've got to work for a living who have to deal with reality regular basis. Not the fantasies that the social Justice or engaged in or this manufactured view of what America is all about that, it's the fault of all, that's evil in the world. Whereas the opposite is just the truth. Americans aren't buying it. And I think that the jury in Oberlin putting them promontory on that saying, no, you can pull that sewing us that it is see within the confines of your campus, but in real world that horse is just is just dead. It's not going to be written off. I love it. You know, it's an old. Cliche to say that a trial between a little guy a behemoth is Stephen Goliath. They really was what this, this really well, there's a little tiny family owned bakery. That's been there for one hundred and fifty years, that has been by the way, very progressive, in nature with women's rights, going back through the years with civil rights for African American Sonal so forth for them to be attacked in called racist and say, they have a long history of racial profiling really was just such an unbelievably insulting thing to say an a little tiny bakery, going up against all of the resources of that very well billion dollar endowment holding college. It really was David versus Goliath of glad to see David get this victory as well. Peter, keep up your great work, my friend. Thank you so much coming on, Peter Kirsch. Now Cleveland attorney, and a member of the United States commission on civil rights. We'll talk to you again next week. Thank you, thanks. You got it. That's Peter Kirsten. Joining us appreciate you. Joining us as well right back to the phones.
"stephen goliath" Discussed on KTRH
"And welcome back our final segment which steven coyle hear stephen goliath the phyllis steen he was he was a giant was he one of these giant set you've been talking about yup six finger sick the yeah by the way he had four brothers announced weighed you king david the youth david took five a smooth stones from the river or the brooke kid run because he was ready not me to was finished with go why else he was gonna take on goliaths brothers but it says david's mighty men in the bible took him on i want to share something interesting about that even from special operations guys that deal with these things that go bump in the night i have you seen the animated series attack on uh attack on tightening i have not seen okay the the japanese have gone wild over uh giants y'all and these are two hundred foot giants and you can go on youtube in watch the attack on a tight and now there's a movie coming out but what's fascinating david not only uh took off again elias had after he did all the the uh pebble hear them in the four got it he's separatists had an what's what's most uh astonishing to me is in the attack on tighten the movie the the the information given is the fact that they have to take the heads of the giants off in order to kill them now by the way these are obviously not herbivores these are huge giants and they've actually made a movie out of it it's the most popular series in japan and it's called attack on tightening so people my while we got now why do i bring that up because you brought up to me david and goliath goliath was a full scale six finger six toes and dela rosa teeth that's how the delineation was made as to the giants nelson music walk about five finger giants i suppose but the interesting thing is is that many of the skulls that have been found around the world have double what they call well it and dention meaning two two two.