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Coach K back, No. 8 Duke rolls inside to beat NC State

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 5 d ago

Coach K back, No. 8 Duke rolls inside to beat NC State

"Mark Mark Williams Williams just just missed missed a a triple triple double double Apollo Apollo Ben Ben Carroll Carroll had had a a team team high high twenty twenty one one points points as as eighth eighth ranked ranked Duke Duke beat beat North North Carolina Carolina state state eighty eighty eight eight seventy seventy three three Williams Williams had had nineteen nineteen points points eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and eight eight blocks blocks in in the the return return of of head head coach coach Mike Mike Gesicki Gesicki who who missed missed one one game game due due to to a a non non cove cove illness illness I I had had so so many many of of those those symptoms symptoms and and are are really really almost almost I I have have no no energy energy at at all all and and just just to to save save them them I I couldn't couldn't keep keep my my eyes eyes on on the the blue blue devil devil shat shat over over fifty fifty eight eight percent percent Duke Duke had had a a season season high high fifty fifty eight eight points points inside inside freshman freshman turquoise turquoise Ian Ian Smith Smith scored scored nineteen nineteen points points for for the the ninety ninety nine nine wolf wolf pack pack Duke Duke is is fourteen fourteen into into overall overall foreign foreign one one in in the the conference conference I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Eric's Tips for Becoming a Better Writer

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:31 min | Last week

Eric's Tips for Becoming a Better Writer

"How do I become a better writer? How do I expand my vocal to talk intellectually? I think that's a typo. I think it means vocab. How do I spend my vocab, which is really a sloppy way of vocabulary. Better speaker. I say that if you want to become a better writer, you need to read the classics. You need to read great writers, great books. Great books. Yours means everything. Well, you can read my books, but you can read anything written before 1980, probably. But reading the classics learning how great writers and thinkers have expressed themselves. That's always the way to become a better writer. It's a good way to become a better thinker. So I do think reading the classics, whatever that means, is the way to become a better writer. And when people say how do I expand my vocabulary to talking intellectually, that's a silly question. Nobody cares about the size of your vocabulary and nobody believes that speaking clearly speaking accurately understanding how to think logically. That's all that matters. If something appears quote unquote intellectual, that's nice, but it's not dispositive to use a William of Buckley vocabulary vocabulary. It doesn't ultimately matter. If you can think clearly and express yourself clearly and that's everything. So don't worry about sounding intellectual.

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Raiders Beat Chargers to Claim Playoff Spot

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last week

Raiders Beat Chargers to Claim Playoff Spot

"Forty forty seven seven yard yard field field goal goal as as time time expired expired giving giving the the raiders raiders a a thrilling thrilling thirty thirty five five thirty thirty two two overtime overtime win win over over the the Chargers Chargers and and a a spot spot in in the the playoffs playoffs Las Las Vegas Vegas beat beat the the odds odds of of winning winning its its last last four four games games just just to to reach reach the the postseason postseason here's here's quarterback quarterback Derek Derek Carr Carr this this was was the the coolest coolest thing thing to to see see this this team team come come together together and and be be able able to to still still decide decide that that this this is is what what we we wanted wanted to to do do and and it's it's it's it's a a cool cool feeling feeling L. L. A. A. got got the the game game to to overtime overtime when when Justin Justin Herbert Herbert connected connected with with Mike Mike Williams Williams for for a a game game tying tying touchdown touchdown with with no no time time left left in in regulation regulation I I am am mark mark Myers Myers

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Williams leads No. 3 Purdue past Penn State 74-67

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Williams leads No. 3 Purdue past Penn State 74-67

"Travian Travian Williams Williams provided provided twenty twenty one one points points and and nine nine rebounds rebounds off off the the bench bench to to carry carry third third ranked ranked Purdue Purdue past past Penn Penn state state seventy seventy four four sixty sixty seven seven William William shot shot nine nine for for twelve twelve from from the the field field and and scored scored ten ten points points in in the the final final eight eight minutes minutes after after sitting sitting out out much much of of the the second second half half in in foul foul trouble trouble hit hit the the go go ahead ahead bucket bucket and and added added a a three three point point play play with with a a minute minute left left putting putting the the Boilermakers Boilermakers ahead ahead by by five five Mason Mason Gillis Gillis added added fourteen fourteen points points for for Purdue Purdue which which is is thirteen thirteen eight eight to to overall overall and and two two and and two two in in the the big big ten ten Jaylen Jaylen Pickett Pickett had had twenty twenty one one points points and and ten ten assists assists for for the the Nittany Nittany lions lions I'm I'm Dave Dave very very

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Short-handed No. 25 Texas Tech takes down No. 6 Kansas 75-67

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Short-handed No. 25 Texas Tech takes down No. 6 Kansas 75-67

"Bryson Bryson Williams Williams scored scored twenty twenty two two points points and and Carson Carson Dolly Dolly had had a a career career high high seventeen seventeen to to send send Texas Texas tech tech to to a a seventy seventy five five sixty sixty seven seven win win over over six six ranked ranked Kansas Kansas not not only only says says defense defense was was the the key key the the game game plan plan was was to to try try to to keep keep them them on on the the side side a a lot lot of of defense defense I I mean mean we we don't don't think think fenced fenced up up much much we we just just trying trying to to get get stops stops with with a a lot lot of of defense defense rebound rebound and and if if the the office office goes goes with with it it I I mean mean we we would would it it to to tech tech never never trailed trailed in in the the second second half half despite despite playing playing without without its its two two top top scorers scorers Terry Terry Janet Janet misses misses fifth fifth straight straight game game with with back back spasms spasms and and Kevin Kevin mccullar mccullar got got hurt hurt in in practice practice earlier earlier in in the the week week China China by by he he had had twenty twenty four four points points with with six six three three pointers pointers for for Kansas Kansas which which ended ended an an eight eight game game winning winning streak streak and and fell fell to to twelve twelve until until I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Arbery killers get life in prison; no parole for father, son

AP News Radio

01:08 min | Last week

Arbery killers get life in prison; no parole for father, son

"The the man man convicted convicted in in Oman Oman armories armories murder murder get get life life in in prison prison with with no no parole parole for for father father and and son son Greg Greg in in Travis Travis McMichael McMichael the the three three white white men men convicted convicted of of chasing chasing down down and and killing killing Ahmad Ahmad armory armory were were in in court court today today in in Brunswick Brunswick Georgia Georgia judge judge Timothy Timothy Walmsley Walmsley handing handing down down the the sentence sentence life life without without possibility possibility of of parole parole Travis Travis and and great great but but Michael Michael received received life life in in prison prison without without parole parole plus plus twenty twenty years years and and admonishment admonishment from from the the judge judge we we are are all all accountable accountable for for our our own own actions actions ones ones yes yes the the court court room room for for a a minute minute of of silence silence I I kept kept coming coming back back to to the the terror terror that that must must have have been been in in the the mind mind of of the the young young man man running running through through subtle subtle shores shores for for fifty fifty two two year year old old William William Roddy Roddy Brian Brian who who helped helped corner corner armory armory with with his his truck truck life life with with the the possibility possibility of of parole parole Brian Brian cellphone cellphone video video captured captured parts parts of of the the chase chase and and the the moment moment neighbor neighbor Travis Travis McMichael McMichael killed killed armory armory with with a a shot shot gun gun he he had had grave grave concerns concerns that that what what had had occurred occurred should should not not have have occurred occurred a a month month mother mother Wanda Wanda Cooper Cooper had had asked asked the the judge judge for for the the maximum maximum sentence sentence when when they they couldn't couldn't sufficiently sufficiently scare scare him him or or intimidate intimidate him him they they killed killed him him Nick Nick Michaels Michaels and and Brian Brian still still face face hate hate crime crime charges charges in in a a federal federal civil civil rights rights case case that that begins begins next next month month courtroom courtroom pool pool courtesy courtesy of of court court TV TV I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king

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 Prince William seeks nominees for $1 million Earthshot prize

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Prince William seeks nominees for $1 million Earthshot prize

"Britain's Britain's prince prince William William is is seeking seeking nominees nominees for for his his one one million million dollars dollars of of shocked shocked prize prize prince prince William's William's appealed appealed to to innovators innovators around around the the world world to to submit submit nominations nominations for for the the competition competition aimed aimed at at finding finding new new ways ways to to tackle tackle climate climate change change William William and and his his charity charity the the royal royal foundation foundation launched launched the the price price in in twenty twenty twenty twenty inspired inspired by by John John F. F. Kennedy's Kennedy's nineteen nineteen sixty sixty two two moonshot moonshot speech speech that that challenged challenged Americans Americans to to go go to to the the moon moon by by the the end end of of the the decade decade the the prize prize to to be be awarded awarded to to five five winners winners every every year year until until twenty twenty thirty thirty is is billed billed as as the the most most prestigious prestigious of of its its kind kind each each winner winner will will receive receive a a grant grant of of one one point point four four million million dollars dollars to to develop develop and and scale scale up up the the ideas ideas Charles Charles to to this this month month London London

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 Rapper Pooh Shiesty pleads guilty to federal gun charge

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 weeks ago

Rapper Pooh Shiesty pleads guilty to federal gun charge

"Aram Aram stores stores pleaded pleaded guilty guilty to to a a federal federal gun gun charge charge who who shapes shapes the the has has entered entered a a guilty guilty plea plea at at a a federal federal court court in in Miami Miami to to a a series series of of weapons weapons charges charges and and in in doing doing so so avoid avoid a a possible possible life life sentence sentence instead instead he he faces faces up up to to twenty twenty years years in in prison prison however however both both prosecutors prosecutors and and the the rapper's rapper's lawyers lawyers are are recommending recommending a a prison prison term term of of about about eight eight years years in in the the end end the the judge judge will will determine determine Williams Williams sentence sentence at at a a later later hearing hearing the the commercial commercial appeal appeal newspaper newspaper reports reports that that as as part part of of that that deal deal prosecutors prosecutors dropped dropped three three charges charges including including one one that that would would have have seen seen him him put put away away for for life life who who shows shows the the first first gained gained attention attention for for teaming teaming up up with with rappers rappers like like Gucci Gucci mane mane his his first first commercial commercial mixtape mixtape was was released released last last February February and and peaked peaked at at number number three three on on the the Billboard Billboard chart chart I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel around around

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Brown, Smart star as Celtics beat Suns 123-108

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 weeks ago

Brown, Smart star as Celtics beat Suns 123-108

"The the Celtics Celtics jumped jumped all all over over the the Suns Suns shooting shooting fifty fifty eight eight percent percent in in the the first first half half in in leading leading by by as as much much as as thirty thirty points points Jaylen Jaylen brown brown and and Marcus Marcus smart smart each each scored scored twenty twenty four four points points as as Boston Boston stopped stopped a a three three game game slide slide topping topping Phoenix Phoenix one one twenty twenty three three to to one one oh oh eight eight Robert Robert Williams Williams had had ten ten points points ten ten assists assists and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds for for his his first first career career triple triple double double punctuating punctuating it it with with five five blocked blocked shots shots fired fired I'm I'm one one of of the the people people on on my my team team has has to to set set the the tone tone with with this this person person been been a a starter starter you you know know enough enough about about this this what what they they look look like like it's it's working working for for for for just just one one moment moment jobs jobs on on the the team team just just to to come come out out with with their their energy energy Devin Devin Booker's Booker's twenty twenty two two points points let let the the sons sons who who were were again again without without starters starters de de Andre Andre eight eight and and then then J. J. Crowder Crowder in in the the league's league's health health and and safety safety protocols protocols Phoenix Phoenix entered entered with with the the top top record record in in the the NBA NBA but but lost lost for for the the third third time time in in four four games games I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Brooks' 3 TDs push Oklahoma past Oregon 47-32 in Alamo Bowl

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Brooks' 3 TDs push Oklahoma past Oregon 47-32 in Alamo Bowl

"Kennedy Kennedy Brooks Brooks run run four four hundred hundred forty forty two two yards yards and and three three TV's TV's as as part part of of Oklahoma's Oklahoma's ground ground attack attack that that racked racked up up three three hundred hundred twenty twenty four four yards yards and and the the sixteenth sixteenth ranked ranked Sooners Sooners dominated dominated number number fourteen fourteen Oregon Oregon forty forty seven seven thirty thirty two two in in the the Valero Valero Alamo Alamo bowl bowl Wednesday Wednesday night night well well you you quarterback quarterback Caleb Caleb Williams Williams guided guided eight eight straight straight scoring scoring possessions possessions passing passing for for two two hundred hundred forty forty two two yards yards and and three three TD's TD's including including a a six six yard yard score score Drake Drake stoops stoops son son of of acting acting coach coach Bob Bob stoops stoops head head coach coach that that he he was was tipped tipped off off about about the the play play coach coach Gundy Gundy said said on on the the headphones headphones you you said said Drake Drake got got a a run run a a great great route route and and when when shown shown is is a a snap snap the the ball ball K. K. look look look look that that way way threw threw a a great great ball ball Drake Drake ran ran a a great great route route it it was was a a touchdown touchdown Anthony Anthony brown brown threw threw for for three three hundred hundred six six yards yards and and three three TV's TV's for for the the ducks ducks which which couldn't couldn't dig dig out out of of a a thirty thirty to to three three halftime halftime whole whole whole whole floors floors San San Antonio Antonio

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Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 3 weeks ago

Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project

"I'm glad that you have written this expanded edition of America on trial with clarity on the ridiculousness of the 1619 Project. One thing Erica might say that reinforces the point you just made that slavery was in institution from time immemorial is one thing the 1619 Project neglects to notice as they're saying the slavery was introduced in 1619 when black slaves were brought by Dutch traders to Virginia is that slavery was already widespread in the area of the American colonies, practiced by the Native Americans. Who enslaved each other. Can you imagine, can you imagine? But again, this is because we're both Christians. We understand that mankind has fallen. And a part from the God of scripture, what we do is scandalous is inhuman. So yes, slavery has existed. Always, it's a horror and we are right to be horrified by it, but if anything, it has been serious Christians that have labored against the slave trade. I wrote a book about William wilberforce, whom Frederick Douglass revered, so if a freed slave like Frederick Douglass can revere a white English man for taking a biblical stand against the slave trade, you do have to wonder how we could get to a point where we have to clarify that slavery was not invented by white people in 1619 and Jamestown. It's almost funny, but it's but it's

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NHL postpones 14 games; won't resume play until Tuesday

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

NHL postpones 14 games; won't resume play until Tuesday

"The the NHL NHL now now says says the the league league is is on on hold hold until until at at least least Tuesday Tuesday one one day day later later than than originally originally planned planned teams teams will will return return to to practice practice on on Sunday Sunday and and William William Neil Neil lander lander to to the the NHL's NHL's list list of of players players and and call call the the protocols protocols the the maple maple Leafs Leafs forward forward joins joins teammates teammates John John Tavares Tavares Morgan Morgan Riley Riley goaltender goaltender Jack Jack Campbell Campbell along along with with coach coach Sheldon Sheldon Keefe Keefe the the international international ice ice hockey hockey federation federation is is canceled canceled its its under under eighteen eighteen women's women's World World Championship Championship for for the the second second straight straight year year over over covered covered nineteen nineteen concerts concerts however however the the IIHF IIHF is is allowing allowing the the men's men's junior junior hockey hockey championships championships to to begin begin in in Canada Canada on on Sunday Sunday is is scheduled scheduled I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Good health and good cheer? Not on this NBA Christmas Day

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 weeks ago

Good health and good cheer? Not on this NBA Christmas Day

"There there could could be be a a Greek Greek freak freak siding siding with with the the bucs bucs take take on on the the Celtics Celtics on on Christmas Christmas yes yes intend intend to to Cooper Cooper was was no no longer longer on on Milwaukee's Milwaukee's injury injury report report after after missing missing five five games games due due to to health health and and safety safety protocols protocols the the NBA's NBA's marquee marquee game game on on Christmas Christmas day day will will have have their their son's son's hosting hosting the the warriors warriors Monty Monty Williams Williams is is Phoenix Phoenix team team tops tops the the entire entire league league by by a a half half game game over over Golden Golden State State to to be be in in this this position position so so what what about about you you know know our our players players in in other other words words so so when when a a lot lot of of games games to to get get this this kind kind of of recognition recognition so so we we could could be be weighing weighing on on Christmas Christmas nets nets coach coach Steve Steve Nash Nash says says James James harden harden will will play play on on Christmas Christmas against against the the Lakers Lakers but but much much of of his his roster roster remains remains up up in in the the air air due due to to call call the the protocols protocols the the NBA's NBA's Christmas Christmas day day matchups matchups begin begin with with the the Nixon Nixon hawks hawks and and then then with with the the jazz jazz and and Mavericks Mavericks I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Christmas Music (MM #3929)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Christmas Music (MM #3929)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout my career, I've spent a lot of time dealing with Christmas music. Most of it being country music because it worked in the country music industry for so long, but also working with adult contemporary formats, middle of the road, music formats. I know a little bit about Christmas music. And when it comes to the end of the day, I still prefer hearing the classics. What's now considered ancient Christmas music? From people like Andy Williams and Dean Martin and Mel Torme and Nat King Cole and all that stuff that I hated as a kid. Around my house, we used to hear all that music all the time in the 1960s and 1970s. And by then it was still old, but there's something about going back to it and the feeling it gives me to this day. Sure, there have been great Christmas songs. Some people would say, since the 1960s, I'm not even going to talk about wham or Mariah Carey, or Michael buble, or any of the Christmas music that's come in the last 20, 30 years, but give me the old stuff. And I know I'm not alone because I've got friends, probably of the same age who were the same way. There's something about the holidays and that old time music. They really put you in the mood.

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Christmas Music (MM #3929)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Christmas Music (MM #3929)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Throughout my career, I've spent a lot of time dealing with Christmas music. Most of it being country music because it worked in the country music industry for so long, but also working with adult contemporary formats, middle of the road, music formats. I know a little bit about Christmas music. And when it comes to the end of the day, I still prefer hearing the classics. What's now considered ancient Christmas music? From people like Andy Williams and Dean Martin and Mel Torme and Nat King Cole and all that stuff that I hated as a kid. Around my house, we used to hear all that music all the time in the 1960s and 1970s. And by then it was still old, but there's something about going back to it and the feeling it gives me to this day. Sure, there have been great Christmas songs. Some people would say, since the 1960s, I'm not even going to talk about wham or Mariah Carey, or Michael buble, or any of the Christmas music that's come in the last 20, 30 years, but give me the old stuff. And I know I'm not alone because I've got friends, probably of the same age who were the same way. There's something about the holidays and that old time music. They really put you in the mood.

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Joe Biden Hails Supply Chain Win But Problems Persist

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:34 min | Last month

Joe Biden Hails Supply Chain Win But Problems Persist

"That. You know, I was on special report last night. And Brett bear played the clip of the president saying not to worry the supply crisis is all over. And he came to me on the panel is on the panel with Morgan ortagus and Juan Williams. Both good friends of mine. Old old friends. Why don't I have been out on the lead circuit for a long time? He actually is right about charter schools, and that's about it. But I love one. So I'm on the panel with one and Morgan, who has also another old friend and Brent comes to me first with the supply chain, not a nothing to see here, move along, in fact, Brett told a funny joy about the droids. And I replied this way, cut number 12. Good news. We've saved Christmas, and that is because President Biden recognized this challenge early. We've saved Christmas. You, it wasn't a problem to begin with. We shouldn't have worried. What do you think about that? You can't make this up. And I mean, any American is trying to get an at home COVID test right now. Can't get one. In fact, you can't get a booster appointment in a lot of places where suddenly serious people and the president made a good appeal last night, cited president Trump getting a booster as well. So people want to get a booster. They can't get a booster. And when you go to stores, lots of stuff is missing. And that's because if you run along the Huntington Beach and that's where I like to go and I'm in California along that Newport made Chinese boardwalk. The cargo ships are lined up as far as the eye can see because they might be going 24/7, but you can't fix what was broken in a year overnight and it's still broken.

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Brown scores 34 points, Celtics beat Cavaliers 111-101

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Brown scores 34 points, Celtics beat Cavaliers 111-101

"Jaylen Jaylen brown brown poured poured in in thirty thirty four four appointed appointed Robert Robert Williams Williams the the third third had had a a double double double double as as the the Celtics Celtics beat beat the the Cavaliers Cavaliers won won eleven eleven one one a a one one brown brown says says he's he's still still trying trying to to round round into into shape shape I I missed missed a a lot lot of of time time armed armed with with an an injury injury and and just just trying trying to to work work my my way way back back in in at at the the same same time time when when games games Williams Williams delivered delivered a a career career high high twenty twenty one one points points and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and seven seven assists assists helping helping the the Celtics Celtics and and Cleveland Cleveland six six game game winning winning streak streak Jayson Jayson Tatum Tatum added added eighteen eighteen points points for for Boston Boston which which led led by by as as many many as as twenty twenty three three the the Cavaliers Cavaliers were were missing missing starters starters Isaac Isaac a a choral choral Evan Evan moblie moblie and and Jared Jared Allen Allen each each of of whom whom is is in in the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocols protocols Gerry's Gerry's garland garland led led Cleveland Cleveland with with twenty twenty eight eight points points Kevin Kevin Lowe Lowe had had eighteen eighteen inch inch ID ID Osmond Osmond thirteen thirteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

Court Junkie

02:13 min | Last month

9 Minutes and 29 Seconds: The Derek Chauvin Trial

"Thirty pm on may twenty fifth two thousand twani at the intersection of east thirty eighth street and chicago avenue in minneapolis. Minnesota was the aftermath of something. Horrific that had just occurred there. Donald williams was calling nine one one of the emergency designing killing In front of chicago He is pretty noisy. Guy wasn't the rest. Yeah neck the whole time. I'll do ninety man win. Went by breathing was arrested. Nothing you've already made green light these stupid. If not responsible when the ambulance you're area cattle. Donald was talking fast. He would later say he called nine one one because he didn't know what else to do about what he had just witnessed. He told the dispatcher that he saw a police officer quote pretty much. Just kill this guy. Who wasn't resisting arrest. He had his knee and this dude's neck the whole time. He said officer nine eighty-seven referring to the officer's badge number he had seen. He said the man hadn't been resisting that he was already in handcuffs when the officer knelt on him pinning him down on the ground then. The man stopped breathing and was non responsive when the ambulance came he said. Would you like to speak with us sergeant. That would go. What a wasn't the rest for. Let me get you over to the best thing for thing. Don't be his own off. Duty firefighter day. Your washing it. As well jacob go the one person he told the dispatcher he had been standing there watching with a woman who was an off duty firefighter. That woman told the officer to check the man for a pulse. He said but the officer refused

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"william m" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

History That Doesn't Suck

05:15 min | 4 months ago

"william m" Discussed on History That Doesn't Suck

"Former governor then descends from cotton shake hands with the mining. So goes a typical day in william mckinley front porch campaign rather than storm across the country to rally up the voters. The republican candidate is leading voters. Come to him and they definitely come over the course of the campaign. Roughly seven hundred fifty thousand americans from across the nation. Make the track to the mckinley. Halmi canton ohio to hear him. Speak against his free silver democratic opponent william jennings bryan. The republican will continue to assail. The democratic will over the free silver issue. Will mckinley loads what he sees. As will brian stirring up divisions and making class warfare to quote the ohio republican on another front porch occasion my countrymen the most un-american of all appeals observable in this campaign is the one which seeks to array labor against capital employer against employee. Basically william m doesn't want this to turn into a campaign of main street verse wall street but that dynamic is definitely taking shape with particular thanks to his own campaign manager and republican national committee. President mark hanna. Working out of new york mark leans into the class division rhetoric as he courts donations from industrial titans. This produces serious results the tycoons or robber barons whom we've come to know quite well pony up john rockefeller's standard oil donates. Two hundred fifty thousand dollars. John himself throws in another two thousand five hundred. The barren of banking j pierpont morgan donates. Another two hundred fifty thousand dollars to the republican cause and those still reeling from the panic of eighteen ninety three and the pullman strike various railroads managed to muster another one hundred seventy four thousand all in all with donations from business tycoons pouring in daily the republican campaign spins about three point five million dollars by comparison. The democrats raise a measly three hundred thousand dollars to put that another way. John rockefeller and his company alone gave will mckinley. The rough equivalent of eighty percent of will brian total campaign budget. And that will go a long way toward shoring up. The republican candidate not leaving his front porch. Look we'll mckinley isn't stupid will. Brian is a brilliant speaker. I mean striking crucifix. Pose while making a tasteful jesus reference that skill and that's why along with considerations for his wife. Ida's health will. Mckinley isn't about to go toe to toe. Travelling the country he bluntly tells his campaign manager. Mark hanna. I cannot take the stump against that man. It's a smart play but also one that will mckinley can make in part with massive war chest with that capital. The republican hires one thousand four hundred speakers to go across the country stoking. Fear that o'brien administration will mean the destruction of american business. Industrial leaders threatened close down if the great commoner as will brian has called gets elected which scare some workers into thinking twice about voting for the democrat. The republicans also published one hundred twenty million pieces of campaign literature as well as newspaper articles attacking brian. The mckinley campaign even suggests that the young nebraskan isn't just for free silver but a true radical an anarchist. Just like the protesters at the hey marketed decade. Back sound stacked. But it's not like william jennings bryan doesn't have his supporters grover cleveland style bourbon. Democrats now called gold democrats peeling off but will. Brian is seen real success. Rallying democrats all over the south and west while some industrial workers fear. Brian's policies will lead to their place of employment getting shut down. The unions counted out with support in fact october meeting with workers. In new york's union square. Some even call him quote the new messiah. The light of the world the fearless tribune. Of the people william jennings bryan close quote moreover. The populist party joined the democrats in nominating will brian. He gets support from the significantly. More radical eugene debs to eugene rights to the democratic candidate quote. You are at this hour. The hope of the republic close quote and so the very different candidates campaign and they're very different ways. we'll. Mckinley gives front porch speeches and relies on mailers and hired speakers. Will the free silver messiah. Brian leans on his rhetorical skills. The young nebraskan travels over eighteen thousand miles on four nonstop railroad trips. Giving five hundred seventy speeches between august and november. He averages eighty thousand words a day drawing thousands of listeners in up to twenty three speeches a day which is more effective. We'll find out shortly but one thing is certain regardless of who wins between big business financing and across country speaking tour a new era has begun an american presidential elections..

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"william m" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"william m" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Them like a thousand percent and you know it's you. I wish i could say that every time it worked. Because i have a great time certainly tried to and everything i do. But there are certain. Come along. you just You just got a great feeling about him. In matthew is in that category for me. Nice nice wherever. You're going home hoping to catch a buffalo sabres game. I know you're a big fan. So quickly can do that. Well here's the deal. So last summer project that i've been working on forever Finally i it's a film that i co wrote produced directed leading it with my with my best friend. Kim coates who. I met on black hawk down and i wrote. Oh yeah great. And we shot the film last year in in mostly in my hometown of buffalo. A little bit portland new york and Nice i rapped the film up finished it and everything locked it all off about about two months ago. We took it to the woodstock film festival. And then the napa film festival We won an award at each festival but sunday after the bills game. The bills are playing the sunday afternoon. I will be there in the parking lot at about eleven. am and then after the game. There's a beautiful theater in downtown buffalo called the north park theatre and old. They built in the twenties six hundred seat theater. I'm doing my reading of of the film. Thank you buffalo for that. My hometown made it possible for me to shoot this movie and we have. We are packed out the door. And we're going to have a little we're gonna have a little good time Seeing the film on by can't see the savers they're not playing Okay but that say just there you go. Oh the film is called colebrook. I believe and i. It is an award winner. And congratulations on that. So that's that's awesome. Why don't we take a short break. And we'll be back with.

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"william m" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

07:25 min | 6 months ago

"william m" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"When we're told talking about his business order president network and we're gonna take a deep dive into the important role of the order appraiser and what makes a successful and the different ways to determine replacement value that say a mouthful. Isn't it data work to the show much. Here's absolutely great to have you here now. I've david inaugur just speaking little earlier about the ins and outs of the auto prize and network and it's for us to cover in a relatively short amount of time but first of all david let's say a little bit more bad. Where are you located time for you right here in the point so fantastic and it's obviously summertime they is. It is now being that. You're in the automotive industry do you. Do you have hobbies. It would wanna them because yes obviously. Yeah i spent a lot of time. Going car shows and lot of my friends have collectible cards. We i work on my own personal vehicle and settle the me and all my cures. All how automotive bug in common do you have In particularly and you collection do you just have one. I don't have you know. It's funny as appraiser. I don't have a collection. I i have a lot of clients with cars it. I end up with a lot of friends with the asked me to hold their vehicles so there you know one of my friends getting divorced we stash this car for me. And i'll keep it shirt and registered and you can drive. Different cars porsches. Ferraris exotic cars cars. Yeah i love a love having cars an always had some some really nice cars in our in our office data favorite as far as a favorite. I don't have a favorite har i. I like some obscure hers. These moscow panshir is one of my favorite ours. If i had to have one right now on san i love you know you what we've got a place called. The bird would a museum here where i live and have all of the ears of vehicles and it is an amazing experience when you go to these places and they start off with the wooden wheel type vehicle all the way up to current day and everything in between it's like going through a times and like a time warp do you. I guess my question is how back in the order appraise business. Do you go with the vehicles. We all regular basis. I appraised brass. Eric cars to eighteen ninety. So they're all you know some of their original vehicles that you know from the from the day i remember that stands out the most one of the original portions a big wagon wheel type of vehicle but it was electric back in the day. Those those original cars. That portion was a chapter man and so one of their first cars was actually electric. So when you when you're in the the guy can only imagine some of the exotic you would say guess. What are the some of the most expensive ones that you've seen there. There's been a couple that are just like my dog. just i can't believe my eyes when i see it. So one of them would be one of my clients has what's called a worry. So back in the sixties furry did not produce any convertible cars and the local importer in the united states. Wanted to import believed that they would be easier to sell flory's if they had a convertible and keep in mind back in the day. I didn't have a jewish network or part serves and so one of the first cars. They came out with a car that he wanted import. It was called was was a it was actually a. It's called berlin at convertible so his organization was called the north american race team. So they those early cars. There's ten of them in called mark in a rt. And i got on praise one of those and client one in his other update on the radio basis. And it's probably in the million dollar range that's blow and i sit he thinking to myself. I'm looking at and speaking with an encyclopedia of knowledge as somebody who has started the business in this game. I'd love to. I learn about the genesis of the organization. How did they come back. Was purely on the sesame. I needed to stay employed. And my my. I've always pardon me. The appraisal business engineering background. So i work as a as a as electrical engineer. I worked in nuclear physics and worked on all kinds of accelerator part. Quick slow readers for universities. And my job i had right before doing all appraisal business be were acquired by a company that is headquartered in colorado. And we're in california and They said that they would relocate all the everybody that needed to go out there and i declined the relocation because i'm from california i i do something california. Get another job you get and so basically out on the sesame. They offered me position. I'm helping them. Transform all the price of the californian support and everything to colorado and during that time they financed my office. My internet might cell phones. Everything i needed to run a business except for i wasn't working full time. I help them. Transition everything out where to go on the in that time period i had been doing some some some might form of appraisal or it was and my friends with asked me to do these things for him. I do it and developed a system for sending him photographs and in communicating with them value and conditional this since i had developed that i use the time that my employer with pain for to look into if it was a viable business for me to do appraisals in if i did appraisals if i wanted to do a big how would i how. How can i utilize people and local markets in florida and mean orland san diego and all different people to work together to do these appraisals on a national basis and what legal requirements to do that pitfalls. Try to try to put together some kind of a business model to wear. I mean the people people in those markets. Can you got and i can utilize.

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"william m" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

03:17 min | 6 months ago

"william m" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Reclaiming six to seven. Pm as the happiest hour so you can do whatever it is that makes you happy and if that involves a glass of bourbon. Remember maker's mark crafts bourbon carefully. And they asked that you enjoy it that way maker's mark kentucky straight bourbon whiskey forty five percent alcohol by volume copyright twenty twenty one maker smart distillery inc loretto kentucky. Hey everyone april buyer is back now. Officially as my much-needed co host as you know from previous episodes april brings great advice insight and years experience. I am so thrilled to have her well. Megan let's divan. Will you tell april. And what's going on. Yeah so. I'm twenty seven. I lived in chicago. And i work as a shafts and when i was nineteen i was diagnosed with engine out service which you super common but i know a lot of women. Don't only talk about it. But by the time. I was twenty four i had already had five surgeries in. I actually had full hysterectomy as the last surgery. I had my uterus taken out I just left with my left. Ovary like no flow into no service like everything is got. And then i have really bad damage They think they might have even found some in my retinas. The other day like really wide spread endo everywhere. So it's definitely a chronic illness. It causes severe chronic pain. I have fibromyalgia because of that. So definitely not a fun disease to live with. Oh i am so sorry. Megan yeah you know what. It's kind of those things where i could be like super pissed at every single day and i do on sundays but most dangerous just like it is what it is and one in ten women avid. So it's like incredibly comet so and that's the big thing like no one talks about it at this point i'm healthy. I'm happy like green department. Great job loved my life. But whenever i go to try to date a guy i'm right. When do i bring that up lender. I bring up that i'm can't have children and i might adopt one day on like faster one day like i'm under no biological time clock like have children right away so it's kind of an interesting thing if i'm dating a guy my age third usually trying to decide like what netflix. They're going to watch that night. They're not running their own business..

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"william m" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

02:30 min | 6 months ago

"william m" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"You could have had a big mac to as a side note dipping. Your fries into a chocolate shake is also very effective when it comes to curing heartbreak. The mcdonald's big. Mac burger with a sauce so special. You've gotta use your fries to pick up the last drops.

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"william m" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"william m" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"That sounds like a character in a movie that i would love to watch denote. I mean like almo- or someone who is like has these romantic longings and pleasures that you seek out and make for yourself. I love that it left me vulnerable in relationships so re. Oh yeah yeah that quality was like here you go. I hurt just hearing that. Because i feel like some part of me gets that longing has been a very interesting word. This is very random. What i'm about to say an. I don't feel like someone who tells the story lot simply because it involves a singer that i grew up loving and i always feel namedrop but one of my therapists at a certain point over the last four years after my divorce sent me to amy. Grant's house he was just like you need to meet amy grant and i was like okay. Love her record. She already seems in djelic the best so i imagine you walking into like a house of light the best person and the most cozy beautiful household and she's married event skill which is like there was this. I mean they probably mortified me talking about it like he came home from the guitar store. It was just very like of course. This is happening. Went numb here. At amy grant house but she talked to me so much about just a terrible divorce she went through and falling in love with vents. And like having all you know like an aching longing that she feels like makes her not only love her husband but like her husband and i just remember thinking like oh the word longing it resonates in me so heavily and i don't even always know what it relates to i just as a kid. I was longing as a teenager. I was longing and even when you know the ban was like on top of the world and we're doing things for the first time that were so crazy. There was always a part of me and it got me into trouble a lot. Which is why. I say like when you say it was hard for your relationships. I relate to that getting manda trouble to that like longing feeling can you identify with the longing was four. Why i think i could guess ally. I feel like most of my deepest wounds or deepest things that really got set in to my foundations or just because of my parents growing up and they divorced. I was like a very dreamy. Romantic kid and i was like. Why is this happening every time we went to the mall. I would throw pennies in the wishing well and just be like. Please get back together. I was like. I just was longing for some version of my life that i thought i would never get and then i became a teenager. My parents became friends again and they never dated again at that point. I didn't really long for that. But i was always longing for what i didn't have an. I do think that that got set in with my parents divorce and then it sort of became applied to other things throughout my life. It was just a groove that was worn so deep it was comfortable. That was a comfortable feeling for me. That made me think about. If you are like me in the sense that i was never comfortable with the idea of a man taking care of me in any way. Yeah i think that that idea..

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"william m" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

02:50 min | 10 months ago

"william m" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"The way things flow. This man other is about this. But i literally with right and we'll worry like the almost forget about what i wrote before because i traveled in the final.

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

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"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Was going to ask. You have any consistent practices or habits that are helpful for you. In what sense in any sense it could be? Yeah. Could be walk could be meditating could be having a glass of wine could be like whatever it is like what? What are the things that you've found to be helpful to your soul and? I think noticing stopping paying attention and noticing. Whether, it's something beautiful whether it's something interesting someone interesting like actually paying attention in and gets lost in my head that it's actually has to become a spiritual discipline on. It's the type of meditation to stop and pay attention to something even for ten to fifteen seconds so in the art of noticing. Is massive it it. It brings me into more states. Calm and peace because there's a lot in this world that makes me angry as you can obviously tell but. With the rage that I think can is useful and can be useful cultivating. Anger rage, but also cultivating. Stillness and paying attention and quiet. On Com sometimes they use like APPs to help me do that. Meditation APPS or again it could just be. Walking and actually noticing beauty I think that's at the end of the day. That's what I want to be doing. The most with my life becoming more aware beauty. I love art and entertainment because I think there's a beauty to when it's done well, and so I'm always in wanting to engage stories that are beautiful in that. Tell the truth. And like it's like nourishing to my soul to watch TV show that's just very well done. That has poignant telling telling something truthful, even if it's hard, love it because it nurses selectively and. Yeah. I love beauty. That's awesome. What's a non? Star Trek. Example of what you're talking about. Oh I mean. Lower to start. I feel like. Head when you're saying it. What maybe I just went back and Rewatch DOUBT NAB Downton Abbey. And several other masterpiece theatre shows, which I thought were beautifully well done. thought the just the subtlety of performance writing was was brilliant, Sharp, witty, clever without being over the top. I think there's something really cunning about that type of humor. Also of these are all British examples, but the crown on Netflix is a big is a a really gripping story about Queen was. On different decades of her life and kind of told fictional own. Lens. But it's it's telling the. Truth about her lifeless stories, and I don't know. There's something really honest and guttural about it also I think if you care about power analysis, there's such such an interesting thing to watch it to see how we shifted from Godot Nappy does the same thing how he shifted from monarchy's into democracies in just that turn of the century. What that did their culture I just? For an analysis of power like I realized how much. You'll thinking is wrapped up in Christianity as well as in our even here in America and in our current political. Systems. We carry a lot of the roots of that type of colonialism in so when I watch it. That's what I'm actually noticing paying attention to. so yeah, those shows I mean I love. I love comedies. Actually watch a lot of old shows to go back. I'm watching watching cheers right now. loved years. You know to dancing health sexist. He doesn't really charming which? is a different era but the cast and the chemistry of Characters brilliant I'm also what else am I watched a taxi a love Mary Tyler. Moore the Dick Van Dyke show host old black shows living single Freshman, year I've been going back through. The exits. Feel maximum. Yeah Man. I just been like things that reminisce childhood I really love to to watch and. And some there there was a beauty in simplicity to them. Some number problematic and still are but yeah. Psyche. You can't even tell you I just watched. The politician on Netflix, which is brilliant does show is incredible. If you haven't seen it, go watch the parents. They just dropped season to season. Two has a cultural and Bette midler. And it's brilliant man. It's just about this young kid. WHO's you know writing for politics, but he doesn't have moral center. As the things get away with select run for student government in the first season in for college in Indi- season to these running for New York State Senate. As it's just brilliant. and I feel like it's an accurate representation of you know a lot of our politics right now, but it's a comedy and It's just as beautiful to seven tiger. Fay's beautiful. Have, you watched veep. I loved veep. Veep was incredible. Bro, that last season of veep was so accurate. All of it was accurate with better I felt like that. Last season felt so current I was like man to idiocy, but you know what the same thing was. Parks parks and REC really showed the idiocy of our politics. And then when trump came along as like. Oh, like this isn't just like a few isolated places like. Type of like mob idiocy, which to me. The town Polynesia's overtly represented. You know in. It's silliness Yeah! I loved doll all that stuff. All right last question total secretary should have worked in earlier, but I'm just curious are you? Have you read anything on process, philosophy or theology at all? A bit, I don't. Have grasped fully to let quite articulated just because as a form of theology I haven't like. Studied at studied it I have to it. I'm more asking because I feel like it would dig it. Yeah. I I am the funny thing about me, is oftentimes I? Intuitively come to some of those places and things and think through them without knowing there's like a formal theology around in like a formal hillary on me all the time, but because I do that, even with like a actually I don't know brain things choose like you just described perfectly so-and-so's theory it on I'm like Oh, I didn't. I don't even experience. I. I'm I'm relatively aware of process theology vibe with it so far, but I don't not enough to where I could like. Let me explain to you what I do or don't. Do that right, but I should look into it more. Yeah I can. Recommend some some good starter spots, but The way it deals with. Power like God's agency and stuff is super interesting. Yeah Anyway. Kuhlman, thank you so much for for taking the time and Yeah I. Hope. We can hang some time in. The real life once the Rona is gone, love you. Know. And then you WanNa tell people where they could find out what's going on with you or. 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"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Word, the good ones and we're fighting evil out there. We're we're. We're fighting evil like Jim. Falon said you know When you grow up, know you just think you're like everybody else in natick comes as we watch TV I, think he said it comes as a great shock to you when you're watching. Gary Cooper kill off the Indians that year the Indian. Like you so here you are like my dad grew up watching your Capri loving derrick cooper, but also having to understand that he was the Indian story that that that Gary Cooper would have not been a hero, Tim. He would have been his lecture. But yet. You're giving it in such a Polish pretty. Hollywood package that says you know root for this. This is the good guy. These are the bad guys and now. I feel like would argue. Entertainment media is doing is telling stories from multiple vantage points in perspective, rather than just the propaganda of the one like dominant empire scrip that Hollywood initially game listen, it's first fifty sixty years of conception now we're beginning to have marginalized peoples stories, but also to see a different angles two storeys now because. We're choosing to be more honest with our art. And that makes that's actually in a positive way, and that's why I think. A lot of the shift is happening to us. Because hip hop existed as A. As a you know a rebuff to dominant culture right now. It's funny that the one hated genre when I was a kid. Hip Hop was hated. White people hate it. Announced them on John or in the world black culture so much black culture is just exported around the world as as dominant culture now. It's just so so bizarre, and so there's there's there's reckonings in within that, too. That are happening. Barren field..

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"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"So biased against Christianity that you're unwilling. You praise these Greek mythology, and but can't actually see how the Gospel Narrative actually unmasks the hidden violence that's intrinsic in these texts, which is a to blame someone for. The majority of Christianity they see is imperialistic and. When you said the winners, whatever it just. I don't know if you saw that clip of William Bar recently saying They're asking him like when people look back on I, think they were talking about when they dispersed the protesters From in front of the White House. Peacefully protesting. As. Trump is talking about supporting peaceful protesters, and then they. Drive them away with violence He's asked. You know. What do you think history is going to? Look back and think about destiny. Smiles histories written by the winners and all that is. True. And so brutal it's so brutal, and it's also not true, but here's the thing. They're trying to revert back to that type of worldview. They're trying to, and this is why what they're doing the deal. Jay is so evil because they're trying to undermine the work that the DOJ has done a good positive work whether it was working policing or prosecuting civil rights, crimes are hate crimes, and then even more recently was trying to rewrite the narrative on trump's corruption with me. Report in. You Know Roger, stone and and Flan the trying to get these people. People off what he william bars. Trying to do is he's trying to rewrite the narrative from the place of the Congress, but when he fails to realize, is that our our history will be written by by the marginalized in the people because what the civil rights movement particularly well, let's say the emancipation proclamation all the way to the civil rights movement. What it did and this is why black people are gonNA, always be thrown of the flesh to dominate white culture is we unmask white culture dominant culture for what it really is, and now because of. Decades of of Black people beginning to flourish beginning to to own their stories begin to tell their stories. It's it's a soon. Nami wave of of AH blacks stories that have been in black resistance that is overpowering the dominant narrative myth that of that America has created, and that's what's happening. This historical right now with people in the protests, acknowledging systemic racism is actually were saying no longer are we letting the conquerors rule our perceptions of reality, or they're false revisionist narratives of history. We are like we. The people are telling her stories, and we're telling them from the position of marginalized Silla William Bar. Underestimates once again is he thinks retributive power brute force power is going to conquer all, and while it may work for a time God ultimately has the final say in God's final say crucified land. Always its meaning that the marginal that the victim is innocent and the victim has oyston. The blood of the victims speak. It speaks louder the blood of. The blood of Jesus speaks louder as the scripture says in the blood, the Bulls and goats. You down the blood of Cain and Abel speaks a better word like it speaks better word, and that's the the monumental, Victoria's beautiful thing about what the Gospel but also in our current context is. You're not going to shut up the marginals. You'RE NOT GONNA. Do you are not going? There is no way in hell you're going to do it. And the fact is the GIG is up. It's the powers and principalities have been exposed for what they are so now. They're just using brute force to get away with it. Yeah, I think that's true. The idea that. There's a monumental shift that's been happening in his continue to happen and technology is part of that and. Democracy is a part of that but do. You can't. There's not just one narrative right that will know forward like it the more. That we have access to to more and more voices like the more these different voices will march forward, and in the end will continue to expose I. think that. The? The deeds that are being done to try to silence them. Yeah, but that's you see that. In the book of revelation, the blood of the saints in the Martyr's is crying out. How long will lowered right like every bar? Every person that you kill for police brutality, you raise of ten liberators or hundred liberators are thousand libraries. What I'm like every blood. Every every drop of innocent blood is spilt Speaks a better word than the word of the conquerors and you raise up. You radicalized actually. Had to learn the hard way in the middle, east of more we started, the more we perpetuated war in the mid. We've learned it, but. I think that the people have learned to I. Don't think the government has learned it yet. But I think the people of America have learned like Oh, you mean our presence in this is actually further radicalizing people because we're the purveyors of violence here. In, and the people are realizing that the people of America in mass action realize that even if the government doesn't reflect that yet, which there's only so long, we can live in that dissonance before things have gotta change whether not peacefully or violently and obviously the the gospels, pushing us towards a nonviolent resistance but you also can't. You understand it when it happens in its violent you to? To, I tell People Mike Woody. People upset about statues being torn down I'm like why are you? What are you these? These idols of white supremacy. Europe said let's our heritage. No not actually isn't because you're. You're honoring some of those cruel vicious people in our history and and I feel like the kids right now. They grew up watching Harry Potter man. They are out in the street, hunting or cruxes. And they had like they're telling this this world you know, the the the power. White supremacy is found in these monuments and we're GONNA. Destroy them all, and so we can get to Baltimore himself and that's what's really beautiful about this moment is the people cannot will not be silenced, and that's the beauty of being in my opinion black in in this country was I grew up understanding the dominant narrative, but I also news false, and knew from a very young age that the dominant script was false, just because the skin color that have I was already. Clued into another narratives. that. Did that change the way to use saw like foreign policy issues when you were younger to like. Did you equate? The way that you were treated with the way that the the country was shooting people in other places. Yes and no, because the indoctrination is so strong when I was in first grade I went to throw in Christian. Assemblies of God Prep School in Dearborn. Michigan, for like I in second grade, and I'll never forget ushered us into the gym for an assembly, and they had ROTC guy there with the American flag in balloons, like the colors, red, white and blue, and then we singing like worship songs, argh! Is An awesome God? He, you're right. You know like wild like praising the troops in the Gulf War Christian school. Yeah, is A. is it simply private school, and unlike so that nationalism your indoctrinated fairly early age, so you know Wbz Boys? He was a black scholar talks that black people in this country deal with the PLO consciousness. You're given a double consciousness, a young age where I think white Americans just have the one dominant conscience consciousness that they attribute you know everything to we. We are given kind of the paradoxical thing being black, and just going okay, we'll figure this out so I'm giving resistance also giving the nationalism to, and it's so prevailing so strong, and it looks good on TV, and you know, and it's like it's cohesive in looks good in the White House in there. They seem strong and and it's it's. It's scapegoating to like. It feels good to know the.

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"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"Was saying that all the best works of literature have this exact thing going on in the scapegoating thing happening and also he would argue all histories to now. Will One of things he did in the academic world, which was really controversial, was he theorized from a lot of the ancient mythologies like that like the the Greek titans, and like Poseidon and Zeus, and he actually argued that. Academia leads to read these things as like stories, Rene argued that they were actually hiding a type of hidden violence underneath them that these figures were what he called defied victims that at one point in time, somebody was you know sacrificed in order to bring peace to the community. Somebody was scapegoated than sacrifice, northern precinct piece to the community, and then in the aftermath of peace, being brought to the community, people felt like let person must have been a god, because the positive thing that happened, and so then we start telling stories about these gods, and so he kind of like. Really like through a wrench in. like academic work around These these ancient stories that world loves to praise, and then he so when he does a lot of his work. If you read the scapegoat or I see Saint Paul's lightning, he's actually going through a lot of like Greek mythology and pointing out. How these people were deified victims, and he shows it in the text and one of the things that led rene. Christianity was he said. A lot of the Greek mythology. It's only a partial reviewing. You'll see partially how person could have been identified victim, but in the story of Jesus the scapegoat mechanism gets exposed completely on across because the victim is innocent. And that's the. Feature of of being a scapegoat escape goal is always innocent, but the mob you know creates the violence they project. They're sending their blame onto the scapegoat. And then they sacrificed him in order to bring peace to the community, and it's. He was like it's an unconscious desire. That humanity does this and he was. He argued anthropologically. It's the roots of you know ancient world, though this is the way in which lead mitigated violence with each other was too creepy, sacrificial systems, and then he seen it in the scripture I like about the Old Testament about their type of sacrificial system Abraham and Isaac and Wants to kill his son. Isaac in supposedly got told him to do it, but you know renee argues actually I don't think God told Abraham to kill Isaac I. think that's what he thought got demanded of 'cause. All the other nations resumed now. It actually was angel to stop him and provided the ramp the bush. Now that story alone is, you might feel like that might feel heavy. I'd probably described it really heavy. But when you really sit on that what she realizes most of our evangelical Christian Understanding is built on the idea sacrifice, and that God desires sacrifice. Get what we see clearly in the text is while it may appear that God ordained. Sacrifice got his also seem to subvert this type of sacrificial system. And and so that's Rene argues with the ram in the Bush like. God sending Angel, to say, Hey, don't only son I. Don't are that type of sacrifice, but if you need to sacrifice something maybe start here, start with this animal, and and then ultimately we get to the book of Hebrews Fast Flow to the whole history of Israel. Excuse me, let's go to David you know. David is the first profit actually just say out of his mouth sacrifice. You've not desired. Inefficient system that way doesn't desire sacrifice at our whole idea of atoning for sin, and getting close to God was through the snake, the nature of sacrifice, the logic of sacrifice, really and when we get to Jesus and the you know what we've been discovered is this isn't the heart of got at all to the point where Jesus becomes the sacrificial lamb. To take away the sin of the world, but really it's just to expose the sin of the world, and that's why he's the final lamb slain because he's like. Hey, you don't need to good. You need a scapegoat I'll be the scapegoat, but don't scapegoat anymore. Yeah which is the big shift for a lot of people say? That the story of Jesus. And The crucifixion is the ultimate confirmation that got really really wants. A and and Gerard saying no. It's the opposite like this is this is the final thing meant to be like. This is not what it's about snow, and it's about in the book of Hebrews makes that abundantly clear Roberts years later post the. Crucifixion that you know it sets up this whole glorification of the sacrificial system only to say the blood ables and goats doesn't do. That, it's not enough and it actually was never enough to begin with, but that's what we need it. We needed the vice. We needed the blood, and that was the one thing that that begin to stand up to me with Rene Jacques once you see it as hard to unseat it. It's like Oh. We desired the blood of Jesus. We might like this is how we admit in that way. It's like Oh. This is how I crucified. Kreis, because every time I go my brother. You know every time I. Enter into blame accusation, which leads to jealousy and you're scapegoating. I am recruits. Find Christ like I desire to do this. There's something innate me live because we've Nick Desire. And we can't help something. Inside of us that that needs to mimic desire yet here Jesus comes along and says don't be like your father. The devil be like if Father Heaven was good patient kind loving. He was like you're GonNa Minute Jesus was all offering an alternative pat. He's like you're going to mimic you're human. You're GONNA, Mimic. Who are you going to mimic though you're going to mimic the satanic power, which desire sacrifice above all else, which which desires violence and and says that God uses violence to accomplish his purposes, which is what the ancient system ultimately was confirming in what are basic human nature confirms to. Or are you going to enter into a positive nemesis? As renamed call, it and be like your father in heaven, who is loving, gracious kind forgiving lays down his life for his enemies, rather than exacts punishment on his enemies. So That is a big shift from The retributive, which is another way of saying violent punishing Gospel that was given that God commanded. You know Jesus to be punished for my safety. God commanded innocent person to you like. You know to what? It's it's like when you put it. In those terms, it's actually use you sort of see how barbaric it is, and how a lot of the ancient world was ruled with that type of empire, thinking said that the conquerors win that those who are violent are the ones who shape history, or they're the ones who are. Fulfilling the will of God and actually would argue with Michael Malicious episode. Was that the foundation of of our world? Today is built on concern for the victim, which is a relatively new thing in in a on a mass scale in human history. Mostly Incheon writings weren't doing that. And Rene argues the Bible's really the only the first religious tax and the first he argues the first literary text to completely argue that the victim's consent and not guilty as conquerors would say. Yeah I think that's a huge shift that that idea because. You can look back and see this kind of imperial thinking. And I think you can see. Even after. Christianity embraces empire and becomes empire. there. That, thread of of anti imperialism of anti scapegoating can't be killed and it keeps cropping up. And it changes. The way that? Society sees a bunch of these things in ways that I think a lot of people. Don't realize that they don't give it credit for, and that's what renee argued in the academic world. He says you're.

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"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"What are some of the? I guess as you were like reframing What were some of the touch points that were? Bringing you back around to this. Whole I don't know what to call it. like what what things were you re experiencing or like? Seeing new is You. Think we're reading some James Cone. Theology Rene Girard? Yeah. Some of that stuff. That was kind of blowing your mind. This is this is a new way to 'cause like you're saying. It's so ingrained in new that you're feeling like I can't. I can't get rid of this. Is there a different way to? Experience it as? Well I think one of the early lessons learned with my family when I was teenager was that God was not static, and that there was always a progressive revelation. The God was constantly moving forward. I remember having talks with my mother as a teenager and I remember theorizing long before ever language for these things, but the arise into my mom. was like when when God wrote in Genesis or you know spouse come house framing about the time you know about heaven and earth in the stars being created like. He can't breakdown physics to them, so he's just using language. That would understand right to help. Bring them closer to an understanding as limited as languages I, remember talks about. Ahmed like. Fifteen sixteen right in my mom's like well. Yeah, but what about this like pushing back? and so one of the things we discovered a family together though there was progressive revelation, and so we were always open to listening to different thought leaders and people who were. Talking about God ways in which that felt true and right and good as you talk about this past and so I mean early on. It was like td Jakes. Progressive for us. Coming from the Church denomination am listening to like td Jakes tbn Christian television network was light law. Like he just had a way of explaining the Gospel that just felt bigger, right, there was guys like Rod Parsley Mark Sharona different ones. Wanting to buy them a lot of other preachers, and then as I got older. That's when I started. Reading books by Bennie I remember reading good morning, police spirit by Bennie. Hannah right after I, started speaking in tongues, and that was like a revelation. Mean I'm started serving on charismatic speakers across Rick Joyner book who wrote the final question which comes prophetic vision of of? I don't Dunno of Eskan logical in time stain, and and that just blew my mind away I ended up going to Bible school at Morningstar for a little bit because then learning the prophetic. Imperfect worship while I was there Listening to my fickle and Kansas City, the I hop, prayer movement, and the call like and I started surrounded myself with. These people who carried a progressive revelation that were kind of taking me from Gloria glorying and in the middle of that and that's you know how as well how ended up Going to. Death in hearing, Bill Johnson reading his books but also in the middle of that I was also reading. Light Greg Boyd Greg. Boyd was of big A finger for me, primarily around his whole cross, the sword, and the myth of the Christian nation in the of Christian religion, those books also got to blame that book about The heart guys relates to God's judgment. What is got judgment? Is it a punitive thing in just answering some of those questions about suffering the nature of evil? I I started getting the Greg. That open theism started really theorize. Reading that who else I think I. I discovered John Martin through that and He introduced me to brains on who also I think. Jonathan Martin actually introduced me to Rene Girard because he preached a sermon. back at his old turnabout to Charlotte North Carolina. About the peaceable kingdom, and it was based on. Rene Shorts Work I. See Satan falls lightning. And always say they're always in these major thinkers came along who kind of like maybe shifted a major core value. And I think greg boy was one of those guys with nationalism. I, think James Combs like that for me in recent years, but the thing about James Cone was I been familiar with his work as a kid because black liberation theology parts of it were taught to me as a kid and I didn't even realize so when I read Jim Komo's Oh. Oh, yeah, like it was. It was like the Black Church. Even though we were very conservative, there were still elements of some of Liberation Theology. That were injected in that. My Dad was very much. Bring some of that back in the nineties, even celebrated kilonzo and all that stuff. We were super Afro Centric, but Say James Komo's one of those people didn't Rene Girard did something that I just I thought was kind of. Well. The interesting thing is I think. It deserves real critique critiques using it deserves real analysis to look at. the work of nature art in a scapegoat as relates to Black Liberation Theology or the impact of white supremacy, because it seems to me that Rene Girard without explicitly saying it is very much pulling on the black liberation struggle as his metric scapegoat. And I know that in the recent. Biography broke his the evolution of desire that just came out lapped glass. Jere Burns on copy There's this I haven't finished a book I. Read Most of it A. There's a kind of ongoing conversation about Rene when he was in North Carolina had. Apparently witnessed the lynching. And it seems to have like up. He randomly maybe tell a few people here and there, but they can never kind of. The woman who was writing a biography about nature. She's kind of hunting down like it seems. This would be true of Rene that but nobody could very few people can really substantiate only two or three people's again. He mentioned that today, but The thing about Rene. The scapegoat that I found so Maybe explain that a little bit. Yeah people aren't familiar with yet. The scapegoat mechanism that Rene Talks Wilder's two things backup. He talks about this theory. He created called mimetic theory and medics. Siri theorizes that humans don't just mimic behavior mimic desire. And the the thrust of mimicking desire. In us is what sets up arm, jealousy, envy, and rivalry between humanity, because we begin to desire the same thing. If there's not enough of that same thing, then we enter into rivalry in that leads to scandal. at leads to community breakdown, and ultimately lead Rene argued it would lead to violence and that's where the you know. That's the mechanism and how it works well. Medic theory, but also the scapegoat mechanism and one of the things he did as an anthropologist, but also literary critic, was he? He was just reading all the great piece of literature, and he found one common denominator. Is this triangular Desire to guys or after one girl. And it creates a problem in you. Jealousy leads to Envy Envy Lisa Jealousy than that leads to rivalry. Let leads to scandal, then that leads to sacrificial violence, and so he.

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"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"My. Parents being ministry, my grandfather, being a missionary uncles, aunts who are ordained ministers like. God faith and spirituality in the Bible and Jesus are all things that have. So speak. They've been in my my consciousness like. I don't think I could remove him. I tried And so the interesting thing about deconstruction ride is well. Everyone's looks different, but for me deconstruction. Which I realized I don through several times in my life even as a kid I gone through. Some different experiences in Church in childhood or my family has that were really traumatic, and they forced us to see God in a bigger way and and it's funny, because that's where the journey always lead. It was not as much of a rejection of God which is totally legitimate I'm not dismissing that for anybody actually. I just know that that's not where. My journey fully has ever been. It's constantly been in. Seeking more like awareness of of Of God and knowing that the religious structures I was in didn't not only just didn't have a right, but they were actively engaging, got it and when I, even that phrase, the God. What is God right like? I'm thinking I'm talking about the ultimate that ultimate sense of reality, the thing that is moving slower I mean that's language out us now, but even back then and my child Predator my teenage years, I was always searching for the ultimate and constantly willing to to leave behind any any structure, any institution, any form thinking that caged dot in. I think freedom was always my compass internally in every time in church, a Catholic, a constantly ruffled up against structures that were were oppressive, her unfreezing, and so, but it wasn't just me as my family. everyone in my family has gone through their own journey with with Christianity and finding a God. Who's more, inclusive or more bigger more wider than than we thought so. Yeah, I find that deconstruction something happens multiple times in your life, not just one big. Traumatic, experience that caused you to maybe walk away from the faith forever Again, if that's what you need to do, I've always been A. Champion at least in the last six years I've always been a champion of that. You need to walk away and it's not. It's not hitting for you. Can you have every right in your conscience to walk away and to do that? But for me just never never felt that I've never done that something about the idea of God always culturally whether even in the abstract called to me. and I've always found that or felt that to be the voice of the spirit in my life. I had to realize that pain was actually the doorway into the very nature, of Scott it was like it's through discomfort that you would know the kingdom. Doubt is the doorway to faith always. Certainty is the doubt was the question of who am I wear? Am I just even matter God? Where are you like I? Don't even know you're at I. Don't feel you I feel so lost him alone and bank in the cosmos, and it's not till I. Wrestle with the Shadow. I truly can see the light. Circular, motions shower light darkness in life. You'RE GONNA. Go through that knowing an unknowing. Thirteen, UNFORT-. Learning God knowing.

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"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"The franchise. was just that it was just kind of mind numbing entertainment in that way, and and even George Lucas. Admit that I've seen a conversation between. Gene run very son and George Lucas kind of talking about this reality. Star Trek Star Wars very much you know. Of course. They had some themes around, but the themes. Yeah, it's more mythic. It's more almost like a fantasy. It's just. Exactly. We're star Trek Fantasy Western yes. And Star Trek well the original series of star, Trek. Has A lot of western feels to it as well. I think in terms of the format how they shot. The template of the day. And they you know they. They use that format to communicate a lot of truth and but. Yeah I. It's a frustrating thing because I think when you really look at the legacies of both. You Know Star Trek Truly Sifi. It is everything that is amazing about sci-fi. It's theorizing about a better world in future. That's unimaginable to us. Currently. It also gave us so much technology. Star Trek also so many astronauts and people that signed up for NASA. were influenced by watching Star Trek as kids. I mean the IPAD is pretty much an invention from star trek like there's so much tech actual technology part of our day to day lives, and even the modern space program was modeled after Star Trek to the point where even this new space force that Donald Trump is trying to. Push forward. They stole the emblem for. So I duNno, it's the original and and I'm in love with. I love all the shows some more than others deep space. Nine's probably my favorite, and then the next generation, original series and voyager. And then the new show star trek discovery epic. They literally shot it like a movie. It's one of the most action packed. Great story are from whole seasons beginning to end I love I. Go back and Rewatch them all the time. And then these are the car an. Is there an order that one should approach them? You know star. Trek's a hard one because it's thirty years of. Original series sorry to count next generation deep space nine voyager. Enterprise Discovery Card there are seven star Trek shows in the last thirty years, and then there's about twelve to fourteen movies motion picture film, maybe maybe fourteen fifteen when she had more than newer ones that we're kind of the Judy Abrahams renditions, which are kind of like a different alternate timeline. So it's it's hard because I. Don't know where to tell people to the. You could start chronologically I wouldn't necessarily do that. I probably would highlight this. I would say start season two of the original series go through that just these into, and then of the of the like the old. The old old ones start making start there. They're weird. They're they're so different. They're so seventies sixties and seventies and so abstract, and just the way they're shot is just kind of cool to there. I would start there and then I would start season three of the next generation. And maybe why not start the being well? There's always kind of a thing star. Trek shows are always the best, the first season or two. Okay, but usually by season three or four they they pick up so much, and that's another thing you kind of like you commit to the series, so I think if you start there and watch some of the highlights and best you can then go back and watch some of the older episodes. They were good episodes and some of those earlier seasons. But they're still trying to find their way so to speak. You could tell by like season three. It hits its stride. It was even nominated for Emmys next generation was because of how good the acting was and the storylines. Start Season Three. They're same defacing. The accident destroys nine from the beginning. All seven seasons are incredible. the voyagers the same way it's like a lost in space version of Star Trek and then I. Don't know discovery. You could start those from the beginning. Those are very well written from the beginning, so I would really I think in this time where everything feels really dark and it feels. Even sometimes hopeless I think what Star Trek is offered is at its best. It's brought a sense of optimism about the future and a sense of hope. And it has like I said help. People work through real moral conundrums and philosophical. Issues that resonate like there's a lot of teams around. Sina Phobia and around Racism a lot of the episodes and I don't know I think it's feels more relevant now than ever has, and so I'm happy that they're relaunching the whole star. Trek Franchise they've got three marshals in the works brand new star trek shows CBS's developing. On top of the two ones that are already on air. And so yeah, they're really rebirthing. The whole franchise colleges a really exciting to me. Yeah. That's cool. Yeah I feel like. My kids would probably dig it. They're like super into everything. Sci Fi and fantasy. So. have to start intimate with them my. Not The excited, but yeah. My mom wasn't the biggest fan of it. Either should watch this they are. David fused these things called sharks which are little ten minute blow things, one or two of them are animated, and now they're about to drop a new star trek show. That's completely animated. It's called lower deck's. That's about canal. Yeah, there's there's some I think kids would would really take some star trek so cool. Yeah, as I was like doing some research to talk to you today and looking through some the star trek stuff I found. Some of the Vulcan Philosophy was Gerrad like so the whole infinite diversity through infinite combinations. real into that And then this quote from Gene Roddenbury saying mankind will reach maturity in the day learns value diversity of life and ideas. ooh is good. One I've heard that before, yeah! And then this one Is In an episode? Maranda talking to spot, and she says I understand. Mr, spock, the glory of creation is in its infant diversity, and he says and the ways our differences combined to create meeting and beauty of ood. Super into that and I I, this is making me WanNa Watch. The show was Yeah I think those ideas. I don't I. Mean I heard that when I was younger been like. Cool. Like I. Know I. I was two. And a kind of gets at at some of this the way you balance, goodness, truth and beauty but I. I I was too much way too much truth. You know when I was younger and. So those differences to me weren't. It was something to to be sorted out right to figure out. What's the right? What's yeah, and also too? I think there's. On top of that, there's a sense of. We want to be heroes so bad. And Star Trek does this interesting thing of showing you? How at times you here on at times, you you try to be. The hero makes you the oppressor. And, so there's there's real like it's showing you life and truth from multiple angles rather than you know sometimes the action fantasy stuff is just about being the hero which I think. That's why psychologically we.

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"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

Carry The Fire Podcast

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"william m" Discussed on Carry The Fire Podcast

"What he will. William Bars tried to do is he's trying to rewrite the narrative from the place of the Congress? But when he fails to realize, is that our our history will be written by by the marginalized in the people, because what the civil rights movement particularly will. Let's say the emancipation proclamation all the way to the civil rights movement what it did, and this is why black people are going to always be the thorn of the flesh to dominate white culture is we unmask. White culture dominant culture for what it really is, and now because of. Decades of of. Black people beginning to flourish beginning to to. Own their stories. Beginning to tell their stories, it's it's a Su- NAMI wave of of a black stories that have been in black resistance that is overpowering the dominant narrative myth. Of that America has created, and that's what's happening in this historic moment right now with people and the protests and acknowledging systemic racism is actually were saying no longer. Are we letting the conquerors rule? Our perceptions of reality, or they're false revisions narratives of history. Four you again, thank you for taking the time I. Really appreciate it and excited to talk to you I feel like A. Have had a few lately. Where I've talked to someone where I've heard their voice like a fair amount, feel like I kind of know them, but it's like a total false. False relationship. But. Do that in my head you're you're kind of my friend. So that's and what we've had some limited twitter twitter action. But Yeah I appreciate it. Yes the show were kind of talking about the the good that you're in the beautiful. and. just using those as lenses to look at. Everything around us, and I liked to start out asking I feel like this like a bucket for the sense but growing up. what would cause you to feel a deep sense of wonder about the world? Yeah I grew up with the very strong. Curiosity my dad. Really cultivated curiosity and me and my siblings He was constantly. Putting us in new environments environments that were made to stretch us. I mean I was I was swimming really well by two years old? and. He would take us down the street to the park in Detroit. I how to play tennis. Right or he would. He would stretch us kind of beyond like. Even some of our. Cultural values to try different types of foods on Internet. Judge it and to find things you like about it. What music was like that literature reading psychedelic group in a household that just valued curiosity and I think that was my window into. Wonder you know. Like I mean he was? He was really cultivating that as a value for you oh. Yeah, absolutely! My Dad was cultivating. Cheered curiosity beauty and wonder about God about the universe. We were a big star. Trek family too, so I mean he would like sitting down in the basement when he would like. He would be working on different things, and he would put on video tape recordings of all these old shows whether they were westerns or like little rascals Shirley Temple Star Trek. And, so I would just like soon. My Dad while he was kind of tinkering in the basement and Mike Watch these TV shows that just would like. Expand my brain and my horizons, and so yeah I think I have to give it up to my dad for. Giving me like a real sense of beauty and wonder an all. That's awesome. And it's a perfect transition into. I was going to ask you about star Trek because I feel like. I don't really know. That I know of I. Don't know any like trekkies, but I feel like you post about it a lot. Probably. No good and it. It's been like. I grew up. And I saw I would see some next generation and you know movie here there, but. I was never like way. In I think. Part of it. I didn't love the. I like the grittiness of like star, wars or something like the way that the universe felt a little more like lived in. But I think part of that is just because you know. It's supposed to be the future and star Trek and so. Stuff's cleaner or something I don't know. Like too much like button pushed about an ethics, but I remember seeing some really interesting episodes and You've been tweeting out some stuff. Some of the newer shows and just little snippets and I. I don't know I'm realizing there's a lot. A lot more there that I need to dig into so what? What draws you to star Trek? So me on it, yeah! So Gene Roddenberry. Who is the creator of Star Trek? He had a pretty unique philosophical vision of. Human history, but also our future he he was theorizing. In which humanity had overcome a lot of our baser instincts, and had put down war, famine, disease and poverty had overcome those things. And transcended them, and so he theorizes universe where our ability to lay down. Our propensity for war would actually cause us to. Want. Travel the galaxy and increase technology to explore strange new worlds, new civilizations, seeking peace and exploration. You know and so star Trek was really much a optimistic vision of the future, and especially being created in the nineteen sixties so much social upheaval gene put the first interracial cast on television. That's what Star Trek did back in the nineteen sixties had. You had an Asian American a Russian American a black woman. Of course, white men, you had you had so much diversity in the cast and crew of the original star Trek Enterprise. And and that was his point and there was. A fun little story. Nicole. nichelle Nichols who plays lieutenant you Harare was the first black female. In that role in in the Star Trek world side, no also star Trek did the first interracial kiss between her and Captain Kirk the first time on American television. An interracial couple had ever kissed own star. Trek, She had wanted to quit the show, and then she met Dr. Martin Luther King and Martin Luther King at told her. Star Trek is the only show I. Let my daughter stay up and watch, and it's so important for you to be on this show because you represent what black people look like in the future. And so she brought that back to gene Roddenberry, and that you could tell it really had an impact on them, and it pretty much became the core philosophy moving forward for all the Star Trek movies TV shows. It's the universe. That is more dealing in philosophical concepts. That's why star wars thing is interesting. Because Star was just action fantasy that's not based in any type of reality. Star Trek has has a moral guiding principle, and it's wrestling through moral quandaries. And Philosophical conundrums on the regular like that's the entire thrust of the show, so I think it was packaged a little slower and a little more intellectual which I think. If. You're into it. You're into it, but if you're not, you're like I. Just WanNa see laser fights like i. just want to see. And I think that's kind of like star. Wars kind of becoming.

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"william m" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

13:19 min | 2 years ago

"william m" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson

"With Mike Tyson. I'm Evan Britain and Mike Tyson. I'm like we've got I mean what can we say. Dad Is Legend Status Man. William Shatner on your welcome. Welcome to the show. You know. Captain Kirk in the course of Of A career. You a lot of these things here but I've never been so so Happy to be at one then talking with you really appreciate that very much. I've been admire Mike. Sure longtime saw saul film on him when he was younger and followed his career with all as you went through his fights and and then the journey through his life. I've I've followed it pretty closely so excited to talk to you about not going to be and of course you know. We watched you still puberty before puberty and Charlie in state. Yeah Mike I have to say William Mr Shattner Sir Bill. Bill Bill I remember when I was six or seven years old. Living in New York City I was born in New York City lived in Brooklyn. My father was a painter and artist and and on this particular night I went into the city with him to go to one of his art openings and afterward he took me to video store and he said Eb you can pick out any video you want. I said Okay and at that time it was still vhs. And I found one of the original star trek series series of video tape. It had like three episodes. No but this one episode. It became like sort of an allegory for my life. This man Captain Kirk had crash landed on this planet and he had to fight off. These yeti like bigfoot alien creatures and I was trying trying to find what episode it was last night but I couldn't find it but I have to say I was like Captain Kirk is one of the Battisti ask dudes. I've ever little childhood memory of yours for your dad. Absolutely people do that I saw with my father is. That's but but my interest here this afternoon Is With you guys end with Mike Tyson. This do you watch any of the football games this past weekend and say which we can about this guy. Lamar Tamar checks and UNBELIEV. That's exactly where I was gone about him. That's exactly where I was is going to. Martha's attitude to compare with them every so often. In an era a decade age an athlete emerges either that is like one of the great. That's what human beings is supposed to be like physically and when you came out it was the same thing here was a boxer walk. Cer- whose talent was limitless. Lamar Jackson as as a as a quarterback who's talent you know the limits. He's just starting your talents as a boxer was unknown and and in everything as an actor as an athlete who rides a sport now is Competing on horses in various disciplines. But in every walk of life you need you need the confirmation you need whatever your body's required to do you need the talent to whatever it is you're doing but most importantly you need feed the hungry. You need the rage you need the the intensity you need the wanting and the wanting can't be taught capi bought it's there it's not there so you. He came out as a boxer. And and that's why I wanted to go with you my my bewilderment Alterman Te in-fighting. Can I go there with you. Please please I as a kid in school. For a number of reasons. I was in a fight two three times a day in Montreal Canada. I was defending myself and I had to take on one two three people at a time and I somebody gave me a yearbook from my high school. That I hadn't seen and my nickname tuffy because I was always in a fight but the fights. We were in especially in the winter and Canada with the heavy overcoats. And everything you swing and you hit you know not much happens. You're wrestling around on the ground. I've never been in an adult fight. Where guy has got this as a weapon and wants to knock me down and presumably the rages to kill? I was once in a in a in a in a actors makeup room. I was in my makeup room and I had a tussle with the guy with a fellow actor backstage. He had said something and we swung we missed and was all okay and he comes in my room and kicks the door shut and we're locked in a room together and I am so angry that I'm looking at his jugular and I'm thinking a leap on him and bite his jugular. That's how animal I had been and the door opened up. They stopped us from from fighting. That's as close as the nettles. I come to fighting. Yeah I have never had a guy pound my face pound my body as an adult who could kill me. That's the feeling I want to know about. And you saying really like amazing like you'd never been fide like who hasn't been a a lot of people haven't been in a fight interesting. 'cause I explain it to my wife I tell my wife. FM This during our on when we were just really getting into to the as a married couple and I said You have to understand what I did for a living people. Avoid their whole entire life. That's right yeah that's right. That's the dichotomy that that and the the difference in our upbringing. I know you came from the streets. I know you were tough. Guy On the streets age sixteen custom modifying you find customer motto. You Start Boxing. And this talent that you had add but also the rage and perceived to be -rageous. It's really not the perception of rage. Tell me about that. Fighting his findings fighting VOL- about daughter fighting not fighting the perception exception of fighting. Wow I give an example via the perception of the person who what is his name A key and leave the greatest of all your perception of fighting him right well so the perception of fighting him would be to run away. Way of less. Yunhu that his he'll that is Tendon in his heel was the only vulnerable part of his body. Exactly Klay but in order to do that. You have to risk the chance. Years rubber-belted survey take that risk. And that's what fighting about taking risks. Okay okay so so. Let's talk about the guys on the ring. Who now you know you're covering up your jabbing and a lot of kick and you can't kick him in the balls and and you can't use your fingers to poke his eyes out things that on the street? If you had to save your life you might be doing anything you can think of the minimal minimal amounts of stuff that you read about that are that are hurtful or or deadly. You would be doing to save your life but you're a kid and you're able to kick and bite. That is as primitive as the vikings with their broad sorts. Parts the vikings with their broad before Guns when you had to face the enemy with a knife or sword or your hands does anybody ever forget. Nobody talks history of of a battle fatigue. That's interesting that you bring that up. You know you know how gladiators got discovered during war and some of the captives prisoners of war. There some of the other way with Sam Greek and I call them Persian. We're bored so when I fame in twenty four hours before the water laughs long twenty minutes towards over day they break up and they plan to fight another war. So this scrimmage stuff but but when they catch some Persian the sense of the Greek school they they get bored. Hey let's make them fight each other and then they start fighting in each other and then they fight to the death and then some of the guys the grief gives them the pertinence some of the winning the money they may and so they said wow I got money any now out of now. We're eating drinking from fighting. I like fighting for entertainment. Yeah eating they gave me money and so now this is how the creative Roy gladiators got creating I understand now. That's an interesting phrase. I like fighting. Do we know people who like fighting absolutely but they don't make hurting people and then that's something. Yes so so how do you. How do you explain that? 'cause you hurt somebody to win the fight right absolutely but the fact is And you're talking about yourself. No I'm talking about fighting in general but you in particular no I I like I like the fact of hurting mighty in generating. Yeah that that was scary for them. Yes yeah the opponent. They knew that you liked hurting. Yeah and it's not that I like them I like to portray the perception like hurting people so wait a minute. You're talking about abuse. Take several levels of things going on you. You removed yourself from absolutely liking to hurt somebody but you wanted to give the perception of liking to hurt somebody Jack in reality. You didn't like her with the. Why did you like to give that perception? Because that perception Thaksin he becomes intimidated imitated. You're the intimidator by saying I'm going to. I'm going to eat your children know by thinking I'm going on each to. That's what I mean by saying. No you wouldn't need their children because they don't taste particularly you need a lot of hot sauce the the but the perception perception is open. And so when you said I'm GonNa tell them I'm gonNA eat as kids. It was all a beast and I'm coming in the ring and I'm going to start eating eating you first before and from my priorities anik over the years he possibly. I will lead to give but but wait a minute. So you're the first question is why do you want to give that is to intimidate intimidate them. But but I'm going to eat. Your kids is is like that goes beyond absolutely and you mentioned to go beyond you. You're trying to think of the what's the worst thing I can think of to intimidate them. Probably Yeah but you wouldn't do that out of the ring ring. No did you never intimidate anybody out of the ring before boxing. Anything other to do than with with boxing any other endeavor. Did you ever try to intimidate somebody. And in the new unintimidated well. I know I knew what intimidated was. I didn't know what it was would have been committed kid I. That's what I saw in the film and that's what I wanted to talk to you about the fear 'cause you whereas afraid as I am about being in a fight because I don't WanNa get banged up but I don't WanNa go to a hospital. I don't want to die. You're living on the streets and you're fighting for your life every day so you had. Did you use intimidation then not much. When I was a kid but I will just fight the might I would I went through a winning on glass. Yeah was winning. But it wasn't a strong LYTHAM. This is really weird. It's just came to me naturally. Elite fighting don't WanNa do it came to me naturally. Even when I was scared the fight the guy might hit him. Enough break knows by accident thing. Stop foucus purpose stuff like that. That's all it's incredible because because animals don't think choices have natural instincts instincts to do whatever it is supposed to do. You can only teach a horse or a dog so much but if there have been bred to herd sheep like a like a police shepherds there particularly prone to listening to orders on the they've been bred to do certain part..

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