Sep 17, 2020
Samuel L. Jackson Will Teach You To Swear In 15 Languages – As Long As You Pledge To Vote
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“Listen up — if 2,500 of you click a voting action below to make sure you’re #GoodToVote, I will teach you to swear in 15 different languages,” Jackson wrote on Twitter.
Listen up – If 2500 of you click a voting action below to make sure you’re #GoodToVote, I will teach you to swear in 15 different languages. Go to https://t.co/nVk8WzUm8N now! pic.twitter.com/g4eUmHwuP9
— Samuel L. Jackson (@SamuelLJackson) September 14, 2020
Jackson has earned a reputation as a prolific profaner throughout his acting career, notably in films such as “Pulp Fiction” and “Snakes on a Plane.” But for the record, he’s not the most profane—according to survey conducted by Buzz Bingo, that distinction goes to Jonah Hill.
“The study analyzed more than 3,500 film scripts to establish which films and actors are the most foul-mouthed overall. According to Buzz Bingo’s results, Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street is the most expletive-filled movie in history with 715 total swears. In second place is Uncut Gems with 646 expletives, followed by another Scorsese flick, Casino (606 swears), and Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back (509),” the website reported.
Jackson has sworn onscreen 301 times in his career, while Hill has sworn 376 times.
In fact, the 71-year-old actor is profane even in public service announcements. In April, he urged Americans to “Stay the f*** home,” during an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”
He used poetic verse to deliver the message:
Stay the f*** at home
Corona is spreading; this s*** is no joke
It’s no time to work or roam
The way you can fight it is simple, my friends
Just stay the f*** at home
Liberals and Hollywood celebrities are busy pulling out all the stops to get out the vote in November. ABC this week aired “VOMO: Vote or Miss Out.” “Hosted by Kevin Hart, on the behalf of former First Lady Michelle Obama’s nonpartisan organization When We All Vote, ‘VOMO’ gathered a grab bag of celebrities and politicians to implore the audience to ‘Vote or Miss Out,'” Variety reported.
The lineup was announced at the start in rapid succession, but with a group including 2Chainz, Jay Leno, Dave Chappelle, Amy Schumer, Arnold Schwarzanegger, LeBron James and Ann Romney, it would have been whiplash-inducing no matter what. With giant gatherings rendered impossible by the ongoing pandemic, “VOMO” nonetheless found a way to get enough people in one room to give Hart and several in-person participants a rare live audience, all laughing from behind branded VOMO masks. Some people, like Leno, dropped by in person to join Hart onstage for a minute or less and crack wise about how “you can’t go to bars…you gotta stay six feet away from women, every guy is Harvey Weinstein now” (sure thing, man, thanks for that crystalline insight!). Others, like Chappelle and Chris Rock, FaceTimed in from around the country with stuttering wifi connections that may or may not have been part of the joke.
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What Sam Darnold thinks about all these Jets injuries
Good soldier he is, Sam Darnold isn’t looking for any excuses.
No Le’Veon Bell? Doesn’t matter.
No Denzel Mims? Not his focus.
No Jamison Crowder? He’ll worry about who is in the huddle with him.
As the injuries to the few playmaking skill-position players on the roster pile up, as the narrative continues to swirl that the Jets’ quarterback doesn’t have nearly enough help around him, Darnold has refused to at least publicly acknowledge the deck may be stacked against him.
Already, Bell (hamstring) and Mims (hamstrings) have been placed on injured reserve, meaning they will miss at least the next three games. On Thursday, Crowder — Darnold’s most reliable weapon who caught seven passes for 115 yards and a touchdown in Sunday’s lopsided loss to the Bills — didn’t practice due to a hamstring injury. His status is uncertain, potentially hinging on him practicing on Friday.
“Obviously, if he’s missing practice [on Thursday], we need to make sure that he’s good before we put him out there,” coach Adam Gase said, noting the team is still “evaluating” the injury.
That potentially leaves Darnold with the uninspiring quartet of Breshad Perriman, Chris Hogan, Braxton Berrios and Josh Malone at receiver. His starting running back, Frank Gore, is 37 years old. His top weapon might be tight end Chris Herndon, who appeared in just one game last year due to injury and suspension, and lost a costly fumble Sunday. And the powerhouse 49ers and reigning defensive rookie of the year Nick Bosa are coming to town, undoubtedly angry after blowing a late lead to the Cardinals on Sunday.
“I think for me it’s just about doing my job every play. For me, really whoever is out there, you’ve just got to get the ball to them, make sure that they [are] in the right spot at the right time,” he said. “I’m going to do my job in getting the ball out and getting it to them and making sure that they have enough room to run after the catch.”
Darnold believes he didn’t do that nearly enough in the loss to the Bills, completing just 21 of 35 passes for 215 yards, with 69 of those coming on a wide-receiver screen Crowder took to the house. He wasn’t at his best, committing a few glaring mistakes — an across-his-body interception on the move, a delay-of-game coming out of a television timeout and failing to throw the ball away and instead taking a sack by the sideline — and his focus this week is on rectifying those errors, not worrying about who is or isn’t out there with him.
“I think I definitely [have] room to improve,” he said. “For me, it was looking at the tape on Monday and just saying, ‘OK, this is where I need to get better.’ ”
Darnold has been encouraged by the play of the mostly new offensive line and spoke glowingly about the possibility of rookie running back La’Mical Perine making his debut on Sunday after returning to practice Thursday.
“It’s going to be a good year,” Darnold said.
It hasn’t started out very well, not for him and certainly not for the Jets. Injuries have hurt an already underwhelming group of skill-position players. But Darnold, in this huge season in his development, insists there is enough talent around him. He’ll try to prove it on Sunday.Filed under denzel mims , jamison crowder , leveon bell , new york jets , sam darnold , 9/18/20