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Fresh "Chandler" from Mike Broomhead
"Out and heat back up on ABC 15 meteorologist Iris They're mostly young Ford is 84 degrees in Chandler New this morning. The backbone fire has now grown to more than 38,000 acres, pine and strawberry residents still out of their homes. It's still only 1%. And containment stare out to 60 remains closed between Camp Verde and state route 87 Steira 87 closed north of pace into Clint's. Well, the Rafael fire south west of Flagstaff has grown to more than 24,000 acres. All communities south of I 40 west of I 17 are on standby to possibly evacuate. Arizona's largest fire of the year continues to burn south of Globe. The 181,000 acre telegraph. Fire is 87% contained 52 structures have been damaged or destroyed. And then there's the new Why Rick Fire a mile north of Hebrew, it has burned 7100 acres, has shut down state route to 60 between Hebrew and Clay Springs. Now because of the fire, danger and limited resources. The Coconino and Kaibab National Forest have now shut down.
Fresh update on "chandler" discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News
"40 W H A s. Our top story is Covid 19 metrohealth officials continuing their push to get more Louisville Yin's vaccinated as of Tuesday morning. A little over a million doses of the vaccine have been administered in the city about 53% of Louisville's population has received at least one dose. MetroHealth officials say. All Covid related hospitalizations and deaths are among those who are unvaccinated. A new study is out, showing a significant number of Kentucky is believed the risks of adult vaccines outweigh the benefits, potentially threatening the future of public health. A new study conducted by the foundation for a healthy Kentucky says that one in four adults in the state believe the potential risks of adult vaccinations outweigh the benefits. The study found some common trends among those that believe vaccines were potentially dangerous. Here's former congressman Ben Chandler, who is the president and CEO of the foundation, People in rural Kentucky. People with lower educational levels of white man. Typically, Republicans are more hesitant and more concerned about the efficacy. Not only the covid vaccine but of all vaccines. Chandler says that misinformation is to blame for much of this vaccine skepticism and that if people don't get their regular vaccines, serious problems can arise in the future of public health. Jeff Milby, NewsRadio 8 40 W. H. A s with the overall covid statistics on the way down. A new crisis is emerging in the shadow of the pandemic, and NBC's Jim Ryan says it may outlast coronavirus by decades, as schools closed and social distancing took hold. Pediatricians and child psychiatrists expected a change in their patients, but I don't think we fully anticipated how big of an impact that was going to be, says cement, the clerk of the multi care Behavioral Health Network. With the number of young people showing signs of depression, anxiety, even suicidal thoughts, she says. We need more inpatient psych facilities, which takes time and money. In the meantime, she says, it's up to parents to monitor their kids to ease their concerns. And to seek outside help. If it's needed, Jim really, and ABC News. We're moving from Covid to the job market, a job fairs scheduled for today at Cardinal Stadium from 10 until two inside of the Brown and Williamson club. Dozens of local employers will be on hand, including GE Appliances, FedEx, Rum, Cay, Spectrum, Walgreens and Enterprise, Rent a car. And will end in New York City. The Big Apple on the verge of electing a new mayor. One contender, claiming victory in yesterday's primary A B C's Derek Dennis has the latest. Our.
Fresh update on "chandler" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"World Trade Center, but the issue is with the sculpture of this angel right there, The Milton City attorney argues. It's a religious symbol, and the angel was not part of the original design approved by the city. Jack Chandler is the chairman of the 9 11 Memorial Committee. Part of the Milton Police Foundation. That worked to put this all together and he says the angel is not about religion. We're looking at a Angel of Mercy. She represents freedom and peace for all mankind. Public documents show a woman who lives close by complained, saying a religious symbol is inappropriate for city property. King County is moving forward with its purchase of a 100 room hotel in rent in the House. The homeless counties $28 million purchase of this extended stay hotel will become semi permanent housing for people living on the street are already in a shelter situation. The purchases being made with county and federal funding, and with the blessing of city leaders right now, some parents and students in the Lake Washington school District ER, calling for accountability after the district's website was hacked with racial slurs and other offensive messages. We have blurred those messages, parents and students saw smeared on the district's website. They were up for about an hour. When the website was hacked last Thursday. My heart instantly.
Fresh update on "chandler" discussed on Drive Time Sports
"Mm. You know if aliens showed up And they wanted to know about sports culture in this country. And they wanted you to prove to them that football was King. All you would have to say is We televise and cover their practices. That's all you need to do. You know how the NFL is King? We care about practice. I know Allen Iverson. I need these drops on my Don't have the drop, but you can hear Alan Iverson in your head. We care about football practice to a degree. Some more than others. But we as a society as a sporting society, care what happens at practice. We can't say that. When it comes to other sports. Preseason games or not. Well watched. We don't NIT pick and dive in. The things that happen at practice, uh, in other sports, generally. But that changed today. Because the collective eyes of the sports world Was on The rink today when the Las Vegas Knights of Golden Went out onto the ice. To see who we get to start in tonight's Game five. Would it be Robin Lennar? Who, as we found out yesterday, uh, likes to get to the rink a little bit early for one specific reason. Not many people know. You know, I come to the game four hours early. Every Get up my own bus. Four hours earlier, I sat for two hours and Watch. You guys talked Twitter on me, you know, get me motivated. And then there's Marc Andre Fleury, who's misplay of the park in Game three. Could have been the turning point of this series. Robin Leonard comes in last the other night. Was terrific. Vegas wins and then the question. Who do you go with in Game five, and we had a big conversation yesterday. About Marc Andre Fleury and look Marc Andre Fleury has gone through this before he has been scapegoated multiple times in his career. Doesn't mean that the coaches were wrong in making those, uh they were. In fact, we were proven right, because more often than not actually all the time. Matt Murray Robin Lennar came in and Exceeded the play of Marc Andre Fleury, or at least were perceived to and those teams had success. And that was the point. I'm getting at nobody escape go to more than Marc Andre Fleury. But also him being scapegoated. Kind of has worked. And that was my point yesterday. And we thought maybe one more time Marc Andre Fleury would be stabbed through the heart. With Peter de Boer's sword. But perhaps not. Because Marc Andre Fleury. Got the majority of work today morning skate and, according to multiple sources, is expected. To be back. Where he belongs in between the pipes for the Vegas Golden Knights tonight. In a Very pivotal. Game five. So all is right with the world put away Photoshopped Marc Andre Fleury's agent. Floor is back in goal. Which presents an opportunity for him to get scapegoated again. If Vegas doesn't play well tonight. But I think because of all the goalie stuff, what's gone a little bit under reported Is who else they might have back tonight. There's being Vegas. Chandler Stephenson. Could potentially return to the Vegas lineup tonight. Chandler. Stephenson has not played since Game one. Of this series, and I would submit to you That he has been The guy that the Golden Knights have missed the most. In this series. Haven't missed the goaltending Robin Lennar, although they got it the other night they've been missing. Chandler Stephenson. And if you think back to the lab series, it wasn't So much stone and patch already. That we're giving the avalanche fits. It was that line but who is anchoring that line? I would say to you that Chandler Stephenson might have been the most important and consequential player for Vegas in that Avalanche series. It's just that his contributions did not always show up in the box score because he was being flanked by two Guys who score a lot of goals. Plus, he's on the ice a lot with Alex Pietrangelo, who scores his fair amount of goals. I think really, The absence of Chandler Stephenson is what is What has kept the Canadians in this series. Because I still think Vegas Is better by a bit. By a lot of it. But when you don't have the anchor to that top line your best line The effects of that are felt throughout the lineup. So with the potential return of Chandler Stephenson Yeah. Could be curtains for the Canadians. We might just have a couple more games and Be done with this thing. Potentially I think that that's how important Chandler Stephenson is. To the Vegas Golden ninth. Now. The one thing that throughout this this series Has kept the Canadians in. It is not just the absence of Chandler Stephenson has been the goaltending. Of Cary Price. And in Game three. He was Jon Snow. Drawing his sword in the middle of the battlefield. With The army of the Vegas Golden Knights charging at him. That the battle for Winterfell Have to go back and binge watch game of Thrones. But if you've watched game of Thrones, you know the metaphor that I'm making Carey Price has been very good in this series, and if he can continue to Stop shots like he has. And I know Game the last game. It wasn't Um I think last game was was the greatest evidence of that because Vegas just didn't generate That many opportunities and I think it's much easier to Make a bunch of saves when a bunch is.
"chandler" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Me now. First-class father michael chandler. Welcome to first-class fatherhood. Thank you for having me. And i appreciate the opportunity all right. Let's start right here. How many kids you have how old i have one son and he is four years old. He turned four in january. So he's almost four and a half involved in any sports activities yet. i do. Yeah so he's he is in flag football and he is in t-ball and we've got a couple of different. He gets to school this week and we got him involved in a summer camp. Every single week associated with our our school which is right down the street and keep busy. Keep him around other kids socialize and having a good time running all over the place just like oh boy should be doing. Yeah very cool. I love that. Michael if you could just take a minute here to hit my listeners. A little bit about your background. What do yes. I mean i. I've i've been wrestling. And then now i fight for a living For about the last twenty years. I wrestled in high school wrestling. College was an all american at the university of missouri in two thousand nine. Then i transitioned in to mixed martial arts right away in two thousand nine Fought outside the ufc for a very long time won a couple world titles and bella tour and came over to the ufc just fought for the world title in the ufc. Lightweights on top five lightweight right now and Chasing the gold and also trying to be a better human being at all times. Yeah it's inspiring to watch you over your career here. Michael been crushing it. In the octagon outside the octagon and along this journey about. How old were you when you first became a dad and had to becoming a father kind of change your perspective on life so i was right about thirty thirty one when i became a father We adopted our son actually so he was He was already about ten months old way him. So we got you know. Skip those first ten months of Of his life which was really just the baby stage and whatnot so we So kinda got thrusted into hood pretty quick even though it. Was you know for any of the listeners who have gone through the adoption process. Which is Its grueling at times. Because it's a long process a lot of A lot of paperwork a lot of background checks. Physical health background checks. Fbi criminal background checks. Financial background checks physicals All of those different things and make sure you are Fit to be parents of the daca child so It took about a year to get the process going and then at at one forty pm on a certain day we got an email saying we were down with our paper book paperwork and eligible to adopt them at one forty six pm. Six minutes later we got an email. That said congratulations. You're eligible by the way there. This this down in texas that fits your preferences perfectly and within forty eight hours of that phone call down in texas. We were waiting at a hotel room. waiting to receive and and take custody of are the greatest blessing on the entire planet so Although it was a long process of you know getting all the prerequisites done for adoption of six minute match was very quick so It was used blessing. In god's time and it was absolutely perfect of us use the greatest joy of our lives. Yeah very well say. Got quite a few dads out here. Who have adopted. I understand the process can be long and painstaking but definitely worth it and thank god. It is as extensive as it is so that the kids can find homes. I think no greater formula from apparent to adopt a child and give it. Give that love to somebody. That's not their own and make them their own saw props to you for you. Do you guys planning on having any more kids or adopting any more kids. You guys one done here. We are we. We've played around with the idea. I think i think we we were both in in the position where we thought man. We're like we're so happy so content with with just our son have like. I don't need love any more children. You know like we we. We didn't necessarily want to have a a huge family. I think. I think maybe one more might be on the horizon. You know Still kicking around the idea of my wife and extremely busy and we just love loving on our son. We love what he's involved in and haven't thought too much crazy forward thinking into the future but it been huge joy and you know as you know probably talk about a lot on the on this podcast. It's becoming a parent is it's the most important thing that you can do as a human being You know fighter world champion and businessmen and even husband is those are all great things but the being Being a father in leading child. Especially for me. I have the joy of having a son and i i. I want to turn them into a a wonderful young man a high functioning individual. Who's gonna yeoman is going to grow up and be a leader of his generation and Really excited about that and also excited about maybe expanding family. So we'll see. Yeah very cool. And i talk about on the show a lot. Michael is the fatherless crisis we have going on we have so many kids are growing up without a father or father figure in their life and it's having a devastating result on our society so It it's awesome to see you know people that do adopting give kids an opportunity to have a father grow up with a father figure so it's cool that what would you touch down a little bit there. But what would you say are the top values that you're hoping to it. Still unhappy growing up. I think more than anything. Hard work and accountability. You know not not hard work. Because i'm a fighter and i'm a guy who's going to work hard and do all that but we're just d- Wiping the sweat off your brow and being able to get done with day of of of work not because of You know not because of building finances not because building treasures up here on earth but but but doing the most with the talents that you were given and finding his purpose and finding what that what that thing is that makes them tick what. What is the purpose. That is on his life. And and finding god's best for his life and i truly do believe that i speak over every single night that when he walks into a room people will take notice when he walks in a certain direction. People follow him when he speaks. People will listen. I wanna speak these things into that so that he is so confident and so Secure in himself Things that i didn't really get growing up i had. I did have a great family mother and a father both in the home. A great father But it wasn't spoken to me. That i can really take the world on an take. Take everything squeezed. Every ounce of joy and happiness and success in in accomplishment. Out of this life I want him to believe those things about himself. And then through osmosis through the people that he is around. I want him to be able to to rub off on to other people just by being around him I wanted to love Fiercely want him to be a leader. As i said in his generation..
Davis, Lakers Bounce Back To Beat Suns 109–102 in Game 2
"Anthony Davis led the way with thirty four points ten rebounds and seven assists as the Lakers defeated the sons one or nine one oh two to even their best of seven series had one victory apiece lebron James had twenty three points and nine assists Los Angeles stretches six point halftime lead to fifteen but then had to hold out in the second half for the win Devin Booker had thirty one points for the Suns deandre Ayton added twenty two points and ten rebounds game three is Thursday in Los Angeles George Chandler Phoenix
"chandler" Discussed on TRAINED
"Be cognizant of the fact that we can help influence cultural discourse that's us cross fit powerhouse and west point grad chandler smith on a pro athletes responsibility to stand up for what they believe in. And i'll tell you. I believe in chandler smith. I saw him compete. I thought okay. Here's a guy who's going to dominate the sport for the next decade and chandler started to make good on that promise. In the last couple of years he's rocketed up the leaderboard about one hundred spots into cross fits rarest air. His mental discipline largely shape is wrestling. Experience and military service has paid dividends even a significant injury. The partial loss of finger has seemed to spur him forward instead of hold him back then last year. Things got complicated now. Former owner of cross fit made some very racist remarks for a few days the future of the sport itself was up in the air as crosswords highest ranked black athlete all eyes were on chandler. And just like he'd always done in competition he rose to that moment vowing to sit out the games his sports super bowl. If changes weren't made today we're talking about what things were like for chandler then and what they're like for him now. We're finding out. How an athlete who seems to have no weaknesses manages to find a few just so we can fix them. We're getting down to the details. What muscle groups and mental skills. Chandler's developing in hopes of steamrolling. This year's games we even trade notes on our favorite ice creams which we'd for performance reasons..
Reilly Smith's First Career Hat Trick Lifts Vegas to 4-1 Win
"Reilly Smith recorded his first career hat trick in the golden knights pulled into a tie with the hurricanes for the presidents trophy lead by defeating the blues for one get out there so our stock we see a big knock me on it but knows a lot of people out here that's not exactly at Chandler Stephenson also scored and Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty shots as the knights extended their home winning streak to a season high seven games biggest allowed just seven shots over the first two periods with the seventh turning into a goal by Colton parade co the golden knights have a four point lead over the avalanche in the west division heading into their showdown with Colorado on Monday the ads have a game in hand I'm Dave Ferrie
Pietrangelo Gets Winner for Golden Knights in OT Over Wild
"Alex Pietrangelo scored one fifty three into overtime to send the golden knights past the wild three to the translocation or the credit for his goal to Alex talk three one three if you can find a whole find a pocket you're gonna have a good chance of documentary pasturing the soul the shot no luck it was that was a great play by and Chandler Stephenson had a second period goal and Reilly Smith furnish the tying score late in the third for Vegas after Kerr real caprice up scored two goals in it too tense band midway through the period for the wild Marc Andre Fleury stopped twenty six shots for the west leading knights who are five points ahead of the third place wild can tablet made thirty one saves for Minnesota which went five wanted to against Vegas this season I'm Dave very
Richmond Truck Recap Nemechek Wins
"Nascar truck series racing from richmond. Raceway five to one is. We're gonna look at things here. Johnny solder their number five chandler smith tyler ingram kyle busch number two at john hunter. Nima check stays ahead of his team owner to nab his second win of the season. He definitely tried and turn three he. He got to my bumper me. Loose but I knew he wasn't going to me as as far as being the team. Owner and whatnot You're you're definitely going to do everything they can to try and race. And i'll do the same. We've raised against each other a lot through models when i was coming up through the truck series series simon f series and. It's nice to be able to have two wins to his one so far this year out of the three that he's run so It's it's always a step in the right in the right direction and we just want to continue that. We want to continue to get stronger every single week. And i feel like we can whether acadian c. j. t. led a race high of one hundred fourteen laps. Kyle busch motorsports by the way as one. The last four races with kyle busch john name check martin tricks junior behind the wheel point. Standings look like this five to one matt craft and is in fifth followed by austin hill sheldon creed. Ben rhodes and john hundred nima check. Is the point lead by twenty roads and nemechek each have to win so far. This season off next for the truck series is kansas speedway on may first seven thirty. Pm eastern on fs
Correction Officer Taken Hostage Rescued Inside Oklahoma County Detention Center
"Oklahoma jail has been freed as Quinton Chandler from member station K. O s U reports the suspect was killed. The officer was taken hostage while passing out medicine to detainees. Jail staff say are especially difficult to manage. One detainee allegedly released others after attacking the officer. It's unclear how many people took part in the attack. Detainees uploaded videos of the incidents you multiple social media platforms in the videos. They complained they were acting in response to the jails, inhumane conditions. They said they weren't able to take regular showers and weren't getting enough food. Limited views from the videos showed filthy conditions. Authorities say they will investigate how the officer was taken hostage and the decision to kill one of the detainees for NPR news. I'm Quinton Chandler. Hundreds of
Bindi Irwin and husband Chandler Powell welcome first child
"Irwin is a mom. The late Crocodile Hunter, Steve Irwin's daughter posted an instagram of herself in her husband, Chandler Powell in their newborn daughter. Born Thursday on the couple's first wedding anniversary, she said Grace Warrior Irwin Powell's middle names are a tribute to her father. Describing him is the most incredible wildlife warrior Steve Irwin, of course, died back in 2006 after his pierced in the chest by a sting. Ray Bendy is a wildlife conservationist major tape TV debut is a little girl on her dad's show, The Crocodile Hunter.
Channeling a spirit
"Welcome to kids myths and mysteries. So i'm your host kid crumb today in my month long. Look into all things around ghosts. I take a close look at channel. Lena spirit the practice of channeling a person's body being taken over by spirit for the purpose of communication has been around for a millennia. There are countless stories of shaman which doctors prophets and others who claimed to hear voices or received some supernatural knowledge from the spirit world. Chandler's also sometimes known as psychic mediums. Often use what are called spirit guys friendly spirits who give them knowledge and help them help others with the spiritual journey according to experts sonya. Roman and dwayne packer authors of to channel. How to connect with your guide. Channeling is a powerful means of spiritual unfoldment unconscious transformation as you channel you build a bridge to a higher rome loving caring purposeful collective higher consciousness that has been called god all that is the universe universal mine. Channeling involves consciously shifting your mind and mental space in order to achieve an expanded state of consciousness to achieve the expanded state of consciousness channels usually meditate trying to break free of worldly influences and tune into a higher consciousness. They may imagine themselves seeking out specific spirits of the dead. Or they may be. Contacted by unbidden by some unknown force. That wishes to communicate while most people channel to seek inner wisdom entire books have been written supposedly by ancient spirits. Channel through modern mediums and factor are hundreds of such books many of which can be found in new age. Sections of bookstores are libraries round. The world. the most famous american writer channel. Or was jane roberts who claim to channel an ancient and wise entity name set for her nineteen seventy-two bestseller. Seth speaks as well as several popular sequels. Roberts as seth dictated esoteric information to her husband about a soul the nature of consciousness spiritual truths higher planes of reality since the nineteen eighties. New age mystic jays. He night has claimed channel round also known as enlightened one thirty five thousand year old warrior spirit who described among other things being born on the continent of atlantis. Night became a multimillionaire writing books and offering seminars. In dvd's teaching the wisdom imparted by her rump. Thought another prominent chandler in the one thousand nine hundred nineteen ninety s was actress shirley maclaine who wrote a bestselling book and a popular television mini series on the subject. Channeling has waned in popularity in recent years so it is still practiced and it's widely accepted in a new age community channel. Information from different sources is often a dozen different spirits presumably dwelling in the same after world. Give a dozen different accounts if the spirits are truly imparting be important cosmic wisdom and universal truths you would expect different channels in different places and times to say the same things instead. Studies have shown that channel information changes with the times and tends to reflect the idea's popular in the culture at the time because there is no way to verify information and descriptions of different planes of existence the nature of the soul. And so on. There's no way to know what if any of the channel information is accurate but clearly much of it cannot be correct would help verify channel and as a real phenomenon would be to have accurate concrete and verifiable information revealed that only the spirit world would know for example. A person who truly channel einstein should be able to continue making important discoveries long after his death or a father who died unexpectedly and left his affairs. Disarray should be able to tell his wife and family through chandler were important. Documents are located to help and settle his estate.
Arizona's State Farm Stadium vaccination site will transition to overnight hours as temperatures rise
"Vaccines. 24 hours a day. Katie Ares Peter same or joins us Live with the story. Jackie, the Heat will be on so starting April, 4th State Farm Stadium will offer coronavirus shots from five p.m. to nine a.m. on Lee Health Services director camera, Crist says the vaccines, which requires sub zero storage temperatures will be fine, but Our technology as it gets over 90 and 100 degrees will not work as well or at all, and we want to make sure that we are keeping our patients and our volunteers and staff out there say Phoenix Municipal stadiums. Pod will eventually move. Chandler Gilbert Community Colleges site is already moving to Dex Common Mesa next month. Dr Crist insists the state can still rapidly vaccinate Arizonans. As long as more doses arrived. Reporting live Peter same or Katie. Our news. Canal County just southeast
Homeless encampment to set up behind Bellevue temple in Seattle area next month
"Homeless encampments. Bellevue is getting ready to host one next month more from co most Jonathan Show. This is the well manicured lawn behind Temple, but NATO or on the Crossroads neighborhood. We do this because it's our mission starting next month. The temple is paying $3000 for a fem thing, Rabbi Sydney Danziger says up to 40 homeless men and women will be allowed to set up right here. These are just Good working folks who are looking for a stopgap. This will be the latest stop for 10 City for an encampment that moves around from one community to another. This time around the Jewish Temple, the city of Bellevue and homeless advocacy group share wheels are partnering to make this happen. We have a code of conduct we go by. We can't camp approvals that we enforce. Organizers say there will be regular covert testing, strict security idea and background checks, No drugs or any type of illegal activity will be tolerated. And Bellevue PD says the encampment doesn't necessarily attract more crime. But even with the assurances, the possibility is there and I would like to see it. Tightened up some neighbors like Karen Morrison Chandler Dang still have concerns. I like the city, too. Do a better job informing us. The city says it's working on that with mailers and updates to its Web site. It's not a perfect science, but they keep trying to let people know And there's actually already an ordinance allowing this arrangement, But it's been nearly five years since 10 City for use the Temple's lawn. Rabbi Danziger hopes others get more involved. I hope that more and more faith based organizations start using the rights that they have to host these tent encampments on their land for Bellevue Jobs and Shoko Monix. In the first case of its
Golden Knights' 3 PP goals spoil Sharks home debut, 3-1
"The golden knights scored three times on the power play this poorly sharks home debut with a three to one win the knights got goals from Jonathan Marchessault mark stone and Chandler Stephenson Marc Andre Fleury was solid in the biggest net making twenty four saves and drawing praise from coach Peter de Boer defensively I thought we were good tonight I thought you know we we kept them away from the front of the net flower made a couple big saves when he needed to be cleaned up a lot of rebounds around our net Tomas Hertl netted the only sharks goal due to culvert nineteen restrictions San Jose was forced to begin the season with twelve straight road games I'm mark Myers
Fire in Greater Boston Area of Worcester, Leaves 2 Dead
"Triple Decker hears WBZ TV s Nick Emmons. This building here a triple decker home off of Shock Avenue just off Chandler Street. If you're familiar with the area Was engulfed in flames around 7 30 tonight when firefighters arrived. Visibility in his area was really bad they could barely see through the smoke. The flames were shooting out of the building. Once firefighters were able to get their bearings in this neighborhood here, they came across the person who had apparently jumped from a rear balcony off this triple decker here. That person we understand, suffered life threatening injuries. They were taken to the hospital. We do not have an update on their condition. But again, this fire was incredibly fast moving the big concern. Was other buildings as well that are within feet of this triple decker. They did not want this fire to spread. Ultimately, when firefighters went into the building to try to put out the flames, it was just too bad inside and they had to evacuate. This is what the deputy chief told us. The fire conditions inside deteriorated very, very quickly. Way pulled off firefighters out for their safety way did extensive exterior fire fighting operations over the next hour or so to bring this fire under control. Years of sense, sent crews back into the building way have been been able able to to search search the the first first in in the the second second floor floor of of the the fire fire building. building. Unfortunately, Unfortunately, we we do do have have two two deceased deceased residents residents on on the the first first floor floor there there just just now now getting getting to to start their investigation into what went wrong here at this triple decker The Salvation Army. The Red Cross now trying to help all the people who were displaced from this home here tonight after this tragic situation as far as an exact head count of the amount of people who lived In this building here. We don't have an exact number. But the deputy chief told us at least 13. People were living inside that building at the time. We've seen family members here, consoling each other outside as they're staying warm in a nearby building here, but just a tragic situation here and it causes yet to be determined. WBC's Carl
"chandler" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"And you know sometimes you can throw in horror element so then things like trauma very popular and very hard to do that stuff now. People are very unhappy with a line of dialogue characters protrayed. So i you know the way i get into it. Now's my pay. i'm doing horror. It's supposed to be dark. It's supposed to be messed up. Some people still don't quite understand it but that's fine because it's supposed to be that way and that's kind of i feel like i'm more comfortable doing it. My think than congress. I can't compete with like hollywood level cry movies and a cop movies and it's really hard talent house all the cool stuff that they can do in that. You know with our. It'd be a little inventive. I guess yeah. There's definitely some latitude for that. All right. why don't we take a short break. We're talking to richard chandler filmmaker and we'll be right back back with more on john refill making on the scifi. Talk indie podcast. Say one apple take back on sci-fi talk with richard chandler. I gotta ask you about your experience on castle rock. Oh give us a really good one I worked on Both seasons that the last one i. I don't think you could see me. I i was in kind of a crowd. I was mesmerized. People like they They did a lotta take for this. But i never heard anybody say they saw me. I do have the wash season two. I did watch using the one. You can see my hands and the piece of my beard. hand somebody a manic and his wild. I mean nathan literally took a whole day to shoot this scene and not as only clip that survived and i was like damn i was like of course you know 'cause i was like the had all these like dolly shots and stuff but i've been and they just didn't didn't use them but the was awesome. I mean it was like there's this is just crazy is the amount of of stuff going on was just great to watch. What's it like to kind of play in the stephen king universe it was he was like surreal. You know they have the super old house up on her hill. You know is why you had to drive like the driveway was up on a hill. It was like surrounded by woods. It just like a couple for that out those. I'll never forget the experience. Because i'm sitting there thinking to myself like man this i feel like i've just entered this like other little ground for a day. You know with the way the house walls and everything. Yeah be wild so the pandemic I mean obviously you. Nobody's really shooting anything or those. Some things apparently returning to shoot obviously different precautions. But what's it been like for you. It's been really hard. It's been hard to even promote things. I think a lot of people are just on and off of social media. A lot of people are very distracted. it's odd. You know we had a. We had a relief in the beginning. You know in the more in the beginning of the year and it was much different than parts unknown being released. I really felt like you know. People's attitudes went from my very happy every like. Hey i want to see what's up to kind of just like very like you know everyone's just angry at everything now and that's been very difficult To get things going. Because as. I'm sure everybody knows you house to take extreme precautions. Now you need people to communicate the they don't so you gotta like yeah..
"chandler" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Indie Film
"Scene one apple take one scene one apple. Take too high this edition of scifi talk. We have richard chandler. He's an actor cinematographer. A director in writer and producer. Welcome richard. that's quite a background. Thanks for having me on. I appreciate that you like doing it all. Don't you doing some of it. I guess i'm not gonna ask you what you don't like but that would i. It gets confusing. Sometimes you know. Keep your your known for parts unknown which is an interesting film. 'cause deals with wrestlers and supernatural little. Bit talk about that project. Little bit hurts. Unknown was our last feature recently had release on amazon prime in a couple of talk forums. Yeah it's about like a family wrestlers fair download lock. They've hit some hard times but they're kind of psychotic and They're looking for you. Know an outlet for blood and mayhem. And you know. They gradually come across as they've all been blacklisted and fired from their jobs and everything so you know they kinda descended into this. Like almost co like mentality. I guess you could say got to be gratifying. That platforms like amazon and netflix exists. So that movies like yours. Have a place that can be shown. Yeah totally especially amazon. A little like oversaturated. About like yeah without them. Probably just be down to like festivals and stock. So it's definitely a good thing. And i guess there was some negotiation kind of thing to get the film The get the rights and all that. Well yeah i mean you know you go through like a third party. Brian cases. Wild-eyed yeah and they you know they kinda they set about stuff off all that fun stuff that i don't understand as an artist you know i hear you. I totally hear the business of show business. Yes i totally. Don't i see looking at the very popular. Imdb there's a few things you're working on including a called ted bundy had a son. It's funny people mentioned are not one I it's it's one of those weird concepts where everybody contributes to it like remotely which i guess really works these days This this was started a long time ago. So i guess he. The director was.
West Virginia rallies to beat Army 24-21 in Liberty Bowl
"Backup Austin Kendall threw a twenty yard touchdown pass to T. J. Simmons with five ten left giving West Virginia a twenty four twenty one win against army in the liberty bowl the cadets had a chance to tie it with one fifty left before Quinn rescues thirty nine yard field goal was wide left Josh Chandler ended army's final possession with an interception and led the mountaineers with thirteen tackles Simmons had two scoring grabs before announcing after the game but he'll give up his senior season and enter the NFL draft tell your Tyler had three rushing touchdowns to tie liberty bowl record but the cadets fell the nine and three I'm Dave Ferrie
"chandler" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"I can't say enough. I'm very grateful for all of them so good. I wouldn't be where i am if it wasn't for them. That's for sure. Chandler buddy. it's been great talking to you man absolutely i hope it didn't ramble to know graphic. It was good no idea. We like these just kind of low key. you know. Talk sessions and try to figure out who you are you know. I've enjoyed know. I don't really do too much of these to be honest ever. Actually this might be the first radio. Show podcast. I've ever been killed at man come back. Yeah let me know. i'll be here. He lives down the street so yeah like two minutes away from the cold. It's funny i can make it. You wanna play a couple more tunes and we'll call her sweet. Got to think about what play here. Well speaking to my good friend marseillaise. Carol is a tune me and her wrote gather When i was bumming on her couch for two weeks when it didn't have a place to live back in january Very nice to let me stay there. We've got a song out of it though. So this one's called think going to your own tune but i read this one with her here and she sings harmony on. She makes it sound ten times better. So there's a version on youtube of this song. That might be more attuned to your ear With.
"chandler" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"More important than ever right now. Yeah it's a great unifier and it's tough. It sucks that that's been one of the hardest hit industries in this entire thing. Yeah Hopefully hopefully comes back. Yeah yeah. I mean never. Every morning on our show will highlight any new business. Any new funding opportunities for musicians like around the us just like. Hey you know the other week we heard main was releasing a state fund for live music to kind of come back and start paying artists again and Bullock i think he signed something for artists to get a little entertainment fund again our budget. So i mean it's it's their people realize that it's definitely been missing and it brings people yet brings people in different establishments there get. It gives them business. It's a it's a win win. You know you're providing for the culture of your total immunity and you're you know you're helping the economy out connor percent though. I don't know yeah it's it's really cool and it's sad to see like a lot of the bigger cities. Like austin and nashville. I think has been hit bad a lot of these big garage that have been there forever at various of hemorrhaging money at this point and and they're having a shutdown and i think austin and asheville there very very gentrified. Now they're changing places You know to be honest. You could with this scene up here. You could see a lot some of those people. It's a different. You know weather wise and stuff like that and how big the city is know big. Big boseman is it's a lot different from nashville. And also of course but you could definitely see a lot of people to move in this area. They're big scene. In boise idaho to and you can kind of see that. Boseman boise scene. I guess connect in a tour leg. Yeah so. I don't know it'll be interesting to see. You know what it's like in the coming years but there could be the next big music spot or what do you got going on in the coming years food l. The people where where do you got coming up. Yeah they can come. Check you out here. I'll be I'll be at sage lodge Down prey near emigrant there on thursday residency there And then i will be at in. How wisdom montana. On friday toe. Yeah at the antler saloon. Check that out. That's in back to back. Yeah oh back. Yeah back to back and then i got. I got saturday off so probably go find live music off. Always i love just being able to sit down somewhere in a bar and listen to have year low playing. Don't like saturday this past saturday. Didn't have gig. And i got to go see that a an and another guy who's great. He lives out in red. Lodge is named daniel cosell amazing singer songwriter. Been doing this for for years. Plays a lot in this area I got to sit there and enjoy watching them. Play and get to hear what else is out there absolutely. Yeah kind of hear what people are doing and how they're kind of taking the scene you know making their own. I mean it's crazy. We've heard we. We recently did like an artist mission where we just kind of fanned out on facebook and just said hey you know if you've got stuff we'd love to hear it and i mean just vast amount of john lewis differences and some of it was like this is from montana what you know what i mean and it's crazy like somewhere hip hop somewhere wrapped we're meddlesome we're folks somewhere. You know bluegrass kind of what austin. Wow yeah it's crazy austin's never always just just been this country seen it's man. Yeah it's it's hip like I think Leon bridges right hurt. His lovely bridge got a key. Part in the austin scene there it might be fort worth but texas jenner. Arriving i mean he is he you know and of course. He's huge now. Yeah and he's not country Act so yeah. That's really cool. To see there are so. I mean such diverse culture in that respect for the for the music scenes and tell us what makes it what it is absolutely. Are you do on the buckhorn sessions. I am actually. Yeah when his own you plan so doing the bug. It's going to be november seventh. I want to say. I got that right. But it's gonna be me and marseillaise carol if you guys have her You should definitely get here on the show for one thing. She is an amazing singer songwriter. We've written Assam together that play and Her husband is carol. Mazing guitar player lead guitar. He'll be playing lead guitar and then dangerous l. We'll just mentioned. He played on saturday us for gonna be. Does he live here in town. Daniel daniel lives in red lodge but the last like i feel like the last five weeks. He's been in this area for music. You know playing gigs. Or just watching gigs. You know he likes hanging out around here. Lots of toys you know. He's always in town but yet daniel he you know he he's. He's he's a great guy very talented. Like i said he's been doing this for years and he's he's going to be more like your blues Like stevie ray. Vaughan light man wants what i would love if i can find a blues player to get on for a little bit the therapy so sick absolutely. Oh my god he is he is. I love me some blues. Yeah i had never heard of steve on until started following john mayer. That's what i think. That's what's important. He's got a little stevie ray. Vaughan video absolute. Oh yeah he was. That was a good correlation. Yeah to go. You can hear it in his voice when he gets to those like. Yeah there's definitely a lot that's interested in making their you know you wouldn't think about it but yeah it's it's funny but but yeah. Yeah dan daniel he is. He is quite a talented talented guy. that's cool. How'd you get into that that buckhorn. What's how'd you get into that. The who invited you. So i think i want to say that eighties. I want to say they reached out to her. And then i think maybe she kinda invited us along. I want to say. But i know amanda stewart did it a few weeks back Her was a sweet no was found street. I think she did it with fountain street right. Yeah i thought so. I wanna say and so there might have been. I think it could've just been like they asked her. And and you know You know who else will be good for the sessions and she kind of reached out. But that's one thing that's really cool about. This community is like yeah. You play a gig somewhere. You enjoy it. You want your friends to play it. You give your friends their contact or give the contact and yeah. It's a very help. Help help me help you. Type of community exactly and there's like new restaurants and bars opened up all the time breweries all the time and they have no idea about anything about the music scene you know and they start with one. They go to an open mic night or something they start with one person. And then it's domino and everybody's ever met this museum. They're just the nicest people. And yeah.
"chandler" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"Carry on that. Songwriting torching away. I was gonna say what you want to do with your career. You want to play and that. I'd like to do music as fool a fulltime career. You know Eventually Ever since cova hit of course it's been you know definitely more challenging to get more gigs. But i mean it's been better than i thought it was going to be. I thought it was just gonna be no music at all but you know there's a way to play certain places and have like wild ride the other night i think with with map right over there. Well no that was me you were. You're young. I was just sitting up from her there. Well you didn't. I thought oh that's awesome. I didn't like put it together until you look back because shower out the show. I did and i looked looked over. And yeah okay. I didn't realize from like the backside. And then i had to leave. Kevin knows people. That's one thing if you see him out you'll like he's the one you'll always see out. I'm the guy behind the scenes. And i do the like you now. I'm more introverted. He's the guy that's out and meeting the people ledger peyton and i have the most. I have the most regular face. You will never notice me in the crowd. You'll be like there's one white dude bro. That's awesome so where's the coolest place that you feel like. You've played around your hands down the old saloon down immigrant. Just that there's a lot of characters down there as you agean and it's of course of venue. Nothing like anything that happens in south carolina. The new it's so new to me and I think the history there the just the people there the community there. They're all just so supportive and they like their good music. You know play in small towns. Like i mentioned like play like shared in montana few weeks ago and then i'm playing in wisdom montana on friday night i've never been to. I've never even heard of that. I've heard of it. Isn't that almost out toward the line. Idaho okay sounds like two and a half hours. There could be a wisdom. The other wonder which you get to the wrong line. The other was wisdom east west. They have a football ralph. Where every year the to was they had their five too bad joke. I'm sorry Us when was your first gig. Because you said you didn't start playing out. Yeah so man. I didn't even. I played open. Mike at the spoke at big sky was my first. That was my first time like really getting comfortable playing in front of people. And there's a guy who ran the open mic nyse names Everybody calls him hoppy. Nicest guy great musician as well. Great songwriter is names jake. Everybody calls him hopping. I remember getting up there. It was like tuesday nights. It'd be a late start at like ten o'clock so you know for tuesday night be like but it be so fun you know and i just kept i loved it kept doing it and and kept out and then i didn't have my first. My very first gig would have been an when i was working at. I worked guest ranch in paradise valley. I was kind of quantum at every the old saloon community the immigrant community down there. And i a buddy that ran an open mic night livingston at the medicine bar grill. Livingston has cleo cleo toll also great musician grazing songwriter. He's from he's from here or he's i think he's from oregon but he's lived here for a while but he ran that of mike night i would go there religiously one summer every monday night and that was another light when it goes into like one yes but again so fun and he had a gig at the mid one night and he's like hey i can't play this gig and you can you fill in for me. I'm like yeah sure man. Totally and mike. I don't really know what i'm doing guys got a pa system and all that and He's like yeah man that will out. I'm like all right here. Goes nothing in the. After that i was like man i i enjoyed that and then it was played on that little porch area. They to win. You know kinda unplugged and Just kind of trying to build a stage presence. Get comfortable and not be back home. If i ever played any open mic nights which i did maybe like once or twice i be shaken. You know and it'd be like a coffee shop when like where it'd be like really quiet. So everybody's focused on you. You could hear a pin drop. There really wasn't like the open. Mics were the real lake gateway into building that comfort. Because it's far enough. People are chitchat and some people watching some people aren't and it's not as not as anxious i saw as intimately there. Yeah so why not. Let me ask you this. Why not nashville or not. Yeah manso or somewhere. Around there nashville. Allston are definitely like in the scene of music. I would say those are the top you know cities of course huge cities and ruin like crazy which boseman is too. I think when you move to a place like that and for me not having any experience or anything in the music world nine planet. Gigs moved to nashville. You are. You're a small fish upon austin too. Sure yeah that makes sense. Yeah and but out here. I feel like a lot of a lot of those texas artist. From austin and nashville. Come through here. They tore through here. So you can kind of build a connection between those people that come through here if ever were to go to nashville or austin or somewhere like that. I already know somebody there who can kind of like a foot in the door and so kind of doing it in that And that approach. I guess But i don't know man. I mean the the music scene is really like it's it's growing here a law I got a buddy and missoula he. Lissouba was named jackson holte. And he's got a band called the highway patrol. They're probably one of my favorite bands. Ever heard i mean. I i i do enjoy their music. And he's a great writer but in a hint he's part of this more americana folk country scene you know but I think a lot of the gigs. From what i understand in that room and that scene are kind of going away from zuolin he come when you know normally year outside of covert. He'd come and play in this area. A lot more like livingston bozeman at safi had to drive from missoula in because You know. I think it's just it's kinda different scene you'd think the bigger city you know Of mizulina would have more of those gigs like that. But i think it's think it's somewhat kind of from what i hear declining there and growing here but i mean i could be wrong. I never really. I've never lived in missoula. I don't know exactly what's going on there but the housing market. There's it's taken off. That's whatever and there's a lot of places that they've kind of taken from the industrial side of town and just made these really high end kind of places that they're doing here. Basically yeah. I mean not as fast and i don't think they're going out of style quite as much but Yeah still still. Kind of the same thing. I think over there and Definitely southern missoula and northern up towards callas bells those little towns all the way up there blowing up. So i think the entire western. Yeah of montana's is everybody wants a piece of that. Divide i mean you know. I get it i get it jurists of some of this novas. Change some people's mind. Well it's kind of the winter and we'll see if levels out a little bit. We need like two months of negative twenty being from south carolina and ever experienced winter. Like this you know. Of course. I'm kind of i'm kind of surprised. It hasn't really hasn't really affected me too much. You know. I mean i enjoy it because it's so different from where i grew up. I guess i don't mind it so you ski a lot. Actually don't really anymore. I'm probably going to hell right. That's why i came up. I was gonna say wasn't that. I'm probably gonna probably gonna get out there little more than i have been winter. You know just. Because i am. I tough this year just with all the big resorts and yeah you have to like today ahead or whatever that's interesting. Yeah but but yeah. I don't know i. I might get out there. And there's a lot of risk involved as well as i'm not a good skier of course and so fall and break my arm. I'm out of laying music for a while. So if i fall break my leg and not. Mar moneymaker yeah. Yeah there's things like you know the the risk involved. I mean it is fun. I i do enjoy it and you know. I enjoyed working on a big sky. You get you get the free look pass. And it's not it's it's a good. It's a good employee. Community there to be. No there's working the front desk. You definitely see all personality types of folks go. I bet you know. But yeah the the employees Kinda keep him more grounded there and keep his saying because they're you know the them think the same as use like sure they're in the same and head space but yeah you're all the same thing together. Yeah it's it's not the same people and so there's a lot of connections to be made there totally better really kinda helps you out when you're going into like i didn't know anybody out here when i came out here and having those people that are just like down earth and level it. You know Would you do specific there. I just worked at the hotel front desk. He's guy yeah. Okay yeah just did that. For a couple of winter seasons work together and for a couple of seasons down ohka emigrant and then got a job at a bank in january and then now i'm working at gibson factory building guitars over. They're trying to screw anything up. Too bad huntley original gibson huntley told him that interview but they didn't. They didn't by next week. After i was kidding about that. Blueprints is kind of funny. Been playing more appointed martin for a long time martin and their martin's or they're kinda rivals in a way so yeah okay got people telling me you've gone. He got into the dark side. I mean they're both they're both great guitars both have great histories making guitars and man. You know i've never. I've never really done any woodworking or anything like that or working in factoria just seeing how tedious of a job. That is how to each little like you know. Part of making guitar is like i'm currently so i'm glue in the tops together. Currently is what they have me do. And okay before. They're just like right off the one of the first steps of the process and then putting these guys They call it. The rosette the circle around the sound hole. Yeah which. I didn't know it's actually two giant sticker isn't it what's that giant sticker isn't just he'll slap it on pill cheaper sorry stugotz. It's actually a plastic piece that you goo- in there. No kidding you have these plastic slats. Yeah and you turn to the side and you cut them up into strip small strips like this and you actually put them on their side and you put them in that pattern. Whatever the sound hole pattern and you just glued it right in there. That's crazy now. I've been trying to learn to do that. And it's so. It was like the the woods engraved like. It's not just laying it on top of it would write your machine that puts a little bit. Okay circle divet. Wow we're those go and then you go back in there and fill it with exact design alexander plastic smoothie down access for plastic. And and then you put a coat over it. Yeah yeah i think. That's you know what i don't know too much. What happens after..
"chandler" Discussed on The Auideo Show
"From zeba. Way prayed up to the good load big forgiven man in lowest his sins washed away now mom. She crossed joe biden on a rainy day muddy flooded about one if he'd had his home place klom float away his mama hollers dan from on a thirteen or fourteen. My older brothers When i was a kid. I grew up listening to them play. They never really played any gigs. Or anything you know out anywhere. But know i figured out since they did. I guess i figured i'd give shop shot at two and and just kind of kept at it. I guess what was that was that where was i'm from south carolina original. Oh nice so so. Yeah from florence south carolina. That's about an hour west of myrtle beach or two hours north of charleston south carolina. If you've ever been down there some beautiful places there You know it was fun. Go into visiting towns down there and everything and and you know as a kid you know basically a i decided to move up here. Never actually skied before. Never learn never learned to ski as a kid never went skiing ever and i moved out here. I got a job. Working at big sky ski resort. And where did you do for them. Actually worked The front desk at the huntley law. Really you know so. I just got regular front desk job. Wanted to never had seen the rockies before you know and and came out here and and just loved it man I remember my first season season at big sky. Worked to their first season. I went to my first. I guess real like music experience out here was like when i kind of discovered like man's this is cool. Scene was was big sky. Big grass down in big sky. Big bluegrass festival. Having you know guns for that one and You know some some some local wax will play laney. Lindbergh dogs play. And and you know couple months into me moving up here. I remember going to one of those shows. I think it was billy strings and i met Who's one of my buddies now. Haven't seen her but Taylor birla ge he's he was a part of the suite. Sage ban with amanda stewart and he was like the first person i kinda like in the scene. Did he move. he is. I think he fought. I think he's been fighting wildfires down in colorado this summer and i think he's just gotten back but i need to hit him up. Sin taylor if you're listening to this together do some and man but there. Your band retail had them over for like a kind of at home concert deal that we live streamed and they were good. Yeah they're good people to average garrett amanda and taylor and You know i. I definitely a definitely hope. They put together some show soon. I think tomba everything. The fan that was one of the last shows went to murray bar. and then it was sweet sage. I think they're now's a fun night. But then i think the next week or the week after it was like that's one every. Yeah wow yeah but yeah great people. That's crazy. And yeah. When i met taylor and you can just hit it off talking about music and stuff and i was like man. You know this. You know these artists that i like to you know you're around my age and like you don't really see that as much air back home where i'm from in south carolina. At least the people. I knew grew up. Grown up so yeah. There's kind of a niche or a niche songwriter. Kind of cult following here of people that really like that folk vein of artist very much. So and i think it does really well here in terms of writing music and performing also especially in different towns rather other than bozeman as well Do you perform anywhere else. Other than bozeman area do you get out mostly between here in paradise valley okay but recently this year have been getting out to more like smaller towns smaller gigs. You know like You know towns that. I've never heard of like you know a play the other week and Sheridan montana montana. I never been there. It's out by guess is by you. Go south in your twin bridges out there. A lot of towns that are named after famous towns manhattan hamster. Funny it is funny. Yeah there's some there's some funky town named down south to as you can imagine and south carolina. There's some there's some it's the weirdest one you remember. Oh man oh man. Well there's like some are like you know like that are named like address biblical towns like bethlehem and like and stuff like that interesting. I mean there's a lot of you know International you know town names to. I guess yeah kind of religious town. Yeah over yeah very much. That's awesome so what's the biggest difference between down there and up here. I guess i'll cash friday. I mean the culture is certainly a lot different. You know Down south. It's it's it's a it's a lot. It's a lot of church and about las churches lot of football. Yeah i mean you know. People are big football fans here downs. Downs out it's pretty much related. Yeah yeah it's a everybody's got a team down. There got basically you totally lot. Lots of trash talking going on. Yeah in schools are football teams or clemson in south carolina gamecocks. Yeah and they're like their rivals but clemson. They've had a really good football team. The last few years. And i've always felt the the the game fans are always more knowing than the clemson vans got glimpse stepped up their game. It's fun it's never really been into football or watching or anything but you know if there's trash begun don't even care about only a dog responding when it's not you exactly tell them get back shots fired on you were. What were you into as a care. Then in south carolina man in a mostly as like a really really young kid i was i was into i. I remember being into basketball. Actually you know a lot you know. It was never really good or anything. But you know i was a big fan of michael jordan also as in what space jam cam and everybody's a fan koby bryant feeling ill. Basketball jones soundtrack was far. Yeah i think it's mostly because my older brothers played basketball. I kinda go to games. I don't think i got into it with that. You know and then. I guess it wasn't until about house about thirteen or fourteen. You know kinda paying attention music a little more you know for that. I probably just listened to whatever's on pop radio at the time Sean kingston and what. Now all those golden.
Airlines Near 50,000 Job Cuts as American, United Feel Squeeze
"Couldn't wait for lawmakers in Washington to pause and use Chandler's bill already beginning to lay off thousands of workers. This add to the job concept announced across industries from energy to finance our global economics and policy. Aditya Kathleen Hays this year Kathleen the Airlines one bluffing when they said it was make or break time, I mean, we had from back in allies United Airlines. Why now? Why today Because they made it very clear that by this time by the end of the third quarter by the beginning of the fourth quarter, they would need to have more funding on the Sunday news shows. David Parker, the CEO of American Airlines. Made this point very clear. He was so optimistic that Congress the White House could get it together and get something passed. But they haven't In fact, so today this afternoon. No surprise. It was why the advertised American Airlines. Ling off 19,000 workers. Parker's saying that we're not done fighting. In fact, he says they can reverse the layoffs if aid is extended in the next few days, Congress adjourns November sees me this Friday, October 2nd And they'll be not back until mid November. So unless they change that the clock is ticking even louder. I guess you could say that United announcing 13,000 workers being laid off those job cuts also Beginning immediately. So, meanwhile, you know He said. It was just me. The House Democrats were supposed to vote on their their stimulus package, which is supposedly very much like the old 12 point to, maybe, but maybe raising a bit of $2.4 trillion But they postpone that before a meeting of Nancy Pelosi, speaker of the House, the Treasury secretary, Steven Mnuchin. They met for 90 minutes. They didn't come out with anything definite, however. Steven, you did say they're making progress. And then he was on Fox business today. And hey, said that quote here it is. The president has instructed us to come up. On the amount of stimulus they're willing to pass. Come up significantly, so we have come up from the $1 trillion deal. Wow. He also told Fox business he sees the stimulus bill costing between 1.5 and $2.2 Trillion. He also said that he and Mark Meadows, the White House chief of staff, spoke with the president before they had their meetings on Capitol Hill and Trump has already said that he's willing to pay up to $1.5 trillion to pass the paper pass a bill that big and also remember the Democrats. The Republicans Trump Mr Mnuchin. Larry Kudlow, the White House chief economic advisor have been talking about Let's do some targeted stimulus. This country brings us right back to the airlines. Why This is so highly visible. What It seems to be the element that is putting the pressure higher now for them to do something. Maybe this week.
Trump Jr. rallies young voters in Arizona
"In an effort to court young voters Donald Trump Jr made a campaign stop in Chandler today for a student's for Trump event, the president told his son, Donald Trump Jr. Spoke to a diverse crowd of young and older voters this morning about current events, including immigration, race issues and even the Supreme Court vacancy. However, the message to supporters was clear. If they don't act, Arizona could go blue. That's why we need you guys out there agree, making whatever phone calls you'd be making whatever donations you'll be making whoever
Inland West Coast Roadtrips
"If, you're ready for a memorable road trip where there's more to explore the freeway rest stops Chandler O'Leary wants to take you up the US west coast. She joined us a few months ago with tips for driving the Pacific. Coast highway from San Diego to big Sur, the redwoods and the Pacific northwest rainforest. She's back to recommend a few of the inland highlights from the desert playground palm springs through the orchards. California's Central Valley, old western Sacramento, and all the way up to my home turf around Seattle the detailed in her book the Best Post, a road trip Alice Chandler welcome back. Thank you for having me. So we talked about the coastal route before now we're GonNa talk about the inland. Route make a case for not taking the coastal route because I would think everybody wants to go up the coast, but you make the inland sound pretty good. I feel like if you like your vintage, Americana this the road trip for you and yeah, you're not gonna see the coasts until you get all the way up to Washington but if you're really into things like palm springs and mid, century architecture old neon signs, a roadside attractions, you're going to get tons of that on this route. I love roadside attractions, publicity stunts from fifty of your. What are few of those that come to mind because I just think they're so funky. The giant oranges that used to be Oliver California and there's a couple of them left and they were they to be drink stands for you know when you were thirsty on the road, you get fresh California orange juice right and they're still a couple of them left along old either farm. There's farm country all the way along the way absolutely all three states. So we're going sixteen hundred miles and apparently it's the old isn't isn't like the highway ninety nine is of it is yeah and in California highway. Ninety nine mostly is still intact and it's even a freeway in some places, but once you get into Oregon and Washington because of the mountains, it starts getting a little bit tricky kind of pick. Cherry pick sections of the old road and then connect with I five. Yes. It's just like route sixty six how it's kind of been swallowed up by interstate in places like five is it's sort of the enemy on the other hand. It's practical because he gets you from A to B in a hurry. Yeah. What's your philosophy you're gonna go from going basically from San Diego to Bellingham Right What's your philosophy on the balance between I five in the old roads I think you wanna use I five when you WanNa, make good time and take the old rose if you wanna have a good time. That's kind of how I look at it good time or have a good time. That's good. So let's talk about California first of all New Mexico on one side of the border and collection collects. It collects co is on the or is on the California side and Mexico on the Mexico side. So that's where a route starts are these kind of sister towns in away or are unfortunately there's a big old wall separate him so you Or now you have to go through the big international the big national checkpoint because I did that between San Diego and Tijuana was easy just walk across I think right now that's not the same as it used to be, but it may be again I mean who who knows what we're starting in Calexico then What's the flavor of collects goes? That's just a springboard or anything to do there. It's a sleepy small town and but it's kind of you kind of get the flavor of where you're starting and you're going to start out in the low desert. You're below sea level here that's below civil come into palm springs. A waste. It is palm springs to us. Palm Springs is is kind of Wacky. It got big in the nineteen fifties. So there's a lot of great mid century architecture there, but it's very glamorous. It's very glitzy. There's a lot of designers their fashion show was movie stars that doesn't retirement communities to. snowbirds it's kind of this weird mix of college spring breakers and snowbirds. Okay. So you put that in your checklist and then some I know in your book, you talk about a lot of worthy detours you know in one of your favorites would be Joshua Tree National Park. Yes. Joshua tree is stunning and Joshua tree trees actually the high desert. So it's above palm springs at altitude. So it has a completely different desert climate different plants, different animals. So Joshua Tree is one of these cartoon book yeah. Of Justice Joshua Tree is these classic kind of quintessential cactus Yes. Yes. So what do you do in Joshua Tree National Park Jessica cactus there's a great hikes. There's actually only those cactus in one small part of the park is an enormous park. So there's different bombs great rock formations they are beautiful scenery and
"chandler" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Becomes free and you know that leads to all sorts of chaos and. The government has taken over. It gets pretty weird. Yeah. That was that's an interesting one because I mean everybody. Everybody was walking around with gas masks in and And now it's just like people are and very bizarre like. All right yeah. We really couldn't have predicted that but it it looks just the way everybody's like dressed in acts towards the you know the apocalypse part of the movie. is a little bizarre now. it's wild. Yeah a lot of guns and and Gasman said, Stephanie was was. Was Interesting. It seems like you kind of. Kind of. kind of steer yourself towards the horror in defense. Yeah. Definitely. Past five, six years I think I've moved towards that like a lot more draws you there I mean I think my plotlines for always Kinda Kinda dark and. You know it's kind of. Comedy is really hard to do these days. people you take the value humor and you know sometimes you can throw in horror elements. So then things like trauma very popular and very. Hard to do that stuff now like people are very unhappy with a line of dialogue characters portrayed. So I, you know the way I get into it now is my pay I'm doing horror opposed to be dark it's supposed to be messed up. Some people still don't quite understand it but that's fine because it's supposed to be hat way and that's kind I feel like I'm more comfortable doing it. My think than Congress. I can't compete with like Hollywood level cry movies and a COP movies and It's really hard. Tack has all the cool stuff that they can do in that. You know with our you'd be a little inventive I guess yeah there's definitely some latitude that. All, right. Why don't we take a short break? We're talking to Richard Chandler filmmaker and we'll be right back. Hi, this is Alan robbed and you're listening to side talks and I am an itinerant Caucasian theater worker. Pack on Scifi talk with Richard Chandler I. GotTa Ask you about your experience on Castle Rock..
Is Your Dream Viable? Here Are Some Steps to Figure It Out.
"A couple of years ago the team here at Hollis coat started to dream. We started to ask ourselves if there was a solution to the question that we got most often from our community, the question was from ten dis of my personal growth conferences or my business conference people would come and they would feel so inspired and. They take all these notes and then meet these cool people and they'd be in community and they would go back to their very real lives and struggle to keep the momentum and struggled to feel connected and the thing is I know exactly what that feels like because I've experienced that many times in my life and honestly when people begin to ask I started creating inside the programming tips and tricks and things that they might be. Able to take home with them. In fact, if you've come to a rise conference, then you've probably had me council you on the things that you're gonNA, need to stay in that momentum. Once you get back home I thought that was the only solution because I honestly couldn't come up with another way like you can't sort of carry me around in your pocket. You can't have a psalm the DJ playing your favorite music beans you know. Guiding you in a meditation or sharing her wisdom. I didn't know how to give that to you outside of a live event, and then we had an idea. was there a way that we could create an APP? And if we create an APP what would it be and how in the world would we even afford that and who knows how to make an APP, and what would we do and we started asking all of these questions which I think if you're listening to this, there's a good chance that your a dreamer to and that you have something on your heart that you believe that you're called to more and all of my biggest successes in life and yes some of my failures have started with this process of just asking myself all kinds of questions. What if what if this what if that? And we started to wrap around the elements that are so core to our events or to our community and project rise APP started. and. It was a very long process to get from there to here. On Monday of this week, we launched the rise up and when I looked this morning, we had over twenty thousand members of our community inside doing workouts taking meditations going on a gratitude walk with stacy flowers going on a hike with Trent Shelton doing workouts with me doing workouts with Chris Chandler it is so amazing to see the community already start to take it and run ardy start to give us your feedback so that we can continue to evolve and make something. Great. I love knowing that. So many of you have already tried it but I also understand that there are a lot of entrepreneurs who listen to this podcast and I wanted to talk a little bit about how I approach something like this project. That's this big and frankly a project that is this great of a financial investment. If you have any concept of APP design which PSI for sure did not before this started Then, you may be understand. That this was a massive undertaking, not just in terms of the hours required to pull it together. But the team of people who helps it to fruition and the big giant jump into the deep end, spend all the money and hope to goodness that you're onto something. So I thought I would talk you through how I concept the idea how we worked as a team to make it happen. But also, what are the things about this APP that I feel so confidently are going to make it success that are going to make it a success that means that it was worth investing several hundred thousands. Oh my gosh. So many hundreds of thousands of dollars to see it come to life.
What Has Changed Since George Floyd
"Protests against racial injustice are motivating some political candidates to take on challenging races. In the suburbs of Phoenix, Arizona Democrats are targeting a predominantly white district that has been held by Republicans for nearly a decade. Steve Goldstein from member station Cage's reports. That ethics violations committed by the incumbent could make the race more competitive. Arizona six Congressional district is centered in Scottsdale. Its residents are highly educated, affluent and early 75% white Congressman David Schweikert was reelected by double digits here in 2018. But Schweickart had been under investigation by the House Ethics Committee, and on Thursday he admitted to 11 violations and agreed to pay $50,000 fine Schweickart perspective. Opponents immediately pounced on the news. Here's Democrat Anita Malik. There's a part of me that's glad that we finally have closure to this investigation, but it is so infuriating to see him simply get off with a slap on the wrist. Even before acknowledging the ethics violations, Schweiker was already expected to face an intense general election campaign, in part because of an electorate that wants more action on combating racial injustice. One of the Democrats. Looking to challenge him is African American businessman Carl Gentles. While he believes many here are worried about education and jobs, he says, the killing of George Floyd has led to more direct conversations about racial injustice in the district has seen before. While George, Florida's African American I am an African American, and certainly I can see myself my son, my father, my brother in the face of George Floyd beneath that. Officers NI. I think people can see their own family members, no matter what race they are in the face of tourist Floyd Tianna Chander is one of those people Gentles is describing. She moved into the district eight years ago. Rallies and protests illustrated for her the dramatic need to find solutions. Chandler is middle aged and white. It's not okay to just be silent anymore, and we've got to figure out what the heck got us to this point and how we can try and sort of turned the tide and get rid of some of that racism. Hate Willingness to look the other way when things that we know what an OK continue to happen. Schweickart has been silent on race related topics. But the changing political environment since the killing of George Floyd may force him to talk about them. Erica County, which accounts for 60% of arrows on his population, has seen a clear shift toward more progressive voting in 2018 that included pushing Kirsten cinema to US Senate victory, becoming the first Democrat to win in arrows in a Senate race in nearly 25 years. But it's not just that Phoenix is growing rapidly, more diverse as Quentin James He's the founder and president of collective Pack, which is focused on electing African Americans across the country. There are a ton of suburban white women who are seeing these videos and wondering If those votes for Donald Trump in 2016. If don't do that, again, Republican consultant stand Barnes understands why Democrats are generally optimistic about 2020 here but says it's misplaced in the Phoenix suburbs. I do not think the racially charged politics that we're living in that the moment plays favorably for the Democratic nominee. In that congressional district, in part that it's so overdone, and I think voters are numb to that kind of play. But Quentin James believes that voters now more than any other time in recent history, are looking to choose the best candidate. Whatever color they are part of what folks One also know is Do you hear me? And are you going to fight for me? And it doesn't take white voters to get white candidates just to do that, or Blackwater's only looking for black answer. I think that's the core question, James says. As candidates of color are becoming more common, voters are increasingly more comfortable with choosing them to bring about changes many in the public are calling for for NPR news. I'm Steve Goldstein in Phoenix.
Canadian officials dropped charges against a First Nations chief whose violent arrest sparked protests
"The National Native News Making Camera. Kim for Antonio Gonzalez tribal governments have joined environmentalists Labor activists sent a lawsuit against new rules that rollback federal, clean water regulations, earthjustice filed the lawsuit on behalf of the possible Yawkey tribe of Arizona bad river band of Lake Superior Chippewa the on Indian nation of Washington State, the Fond Du Lac band of Lake Superior Chippewa of Minnesota. The menominee Indian tribe of Wisconsin and the tonal autumn tribe of Arizona. A C central reports, the suit contends the new federal navigable waters protection role actually weakens expanded protection for streams and wetlands that were put in place by the Obama Administration. The new rule took effect this week. It eliminates intermittent and ephemeral streams from bodies of water, protected under the Clean Water Act. The possible Yawkey tribe is concerned. The rollback will lead to damage of a major water source state officials in Arizona have supported the federal rule change, even though environmentalists warned the state could lose protections for more than ninety percent of its water bodies under the new rule. In Canada charges have been dropped against northern Alberta first nations chief who is the subject of a violent arrest a couple of months ago as Dan Carpenter Chuck reports, the arrest caught by police dash camera led to anti-racism protests across Canada chief Alan Atom of the ATHABASCA one first nation, no longer faces charges for resisting arrest and assaulting a Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer. Adam was the subject of a violent arrest in March. Police Dash Cam video showed him. Him, being tackled and punched in the head, he had been stopped for an expired license plate a statement from the Alberta. Prosecution Service says it had reassessed prosecution standard based on an examination of the available evidence, including the disclosure of relevant material and has withdrawn the charges. The arresting officers are under investigation over the incident chief atom says he's overwhelmed that the charges have been withdrawn having that it's time to move on a sign of relief in regards to. The whole ordeal that. Transpired under early mornings of Mark Steyn. And described that put aside in. Time to move on and continue on. Supposed to be doing. Adam called on Ottawa to address injustices against indigenous people, and said Canadians must open their eyes to the reality is that indigenous people have lived with for decades, the national chief of the Assembly of first nations welcomed the dropping of charges, but said it's clear that racism is embedded within most public institutions, especially the police Adams lawyer also said the decision throws a spotlight on systemic racism that has gone on for too long unchecked in Canada for national late of news I'm Dan Carpenter? In South Dakota the Cheyenne River Sioux. Tribe filed a lawsuit this week. Against the trump administration of what it says were threats to impede COVID, nineteen relief funds, and to take over policing on the reservation. The Grand Forks Herald reports. The tribe set up checkpoints leading into its lands in south. Dakota in April to protect tribal members from the spread of the corona virus. The lawsuit says pressure from Washington DC came after pleas for help from the state's governor and congressional delegation. The tribe is asking the US District Court for the District of Columbia to block the federal government from taking over tribal policing and forcing it to remove its checkpoints. On the Navajo Nation this week president, Jonathan, Nez and Vice President Myron leuser issued a proclamation to fly all flags at half staff to honor Navajo. Police officer Michael Lee who passed away to covid nineteen on June nineteenth Nez said lease saved many lives during his twenty nine years of service, and give his own life to serve and protect the community the funeral for officer. Lee is being held on Thursday June. Twenty fifth in Chandler Arizona. For National, native news I make an camera.
"chandler" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community
"And what did he do he? He immediately found another church. Who's GONNA leave from one church and just rush right off to another church? Okay and just move on. And some people found out about it. That he was he was going to be hired and they went to the church and said No. We can't recommend this guy this time now. I do want to bring up something that was said in that. In what Matt Chandler said in that video he said it was a grievous sin. Yes but we can't. He's not qualified at this time. Which means even village church was acknowledging that there could be reconciliation on this now they make it sound like no we said he. He shouldn't be fit from any ministry. At least according to what the some bloggers are saying so it sure seems like the bloggers are giving cover to Matt Chandler. Who saying they're just they're taking what he's saying verbatim but questioning everything. Thomas to sing when Matt Chandler is the one with the history of not practicing meth. I Timothy Five twenty. He's the one that has the the history of disciplining the victim and having to apologize for it. You know this is the thing that you end up seeing here. The Ma- is the one that has the history of saying in September that there was someone that was being investigated for sexual assault of a child but in October. He says he was drunk. Okay so he isn't being clear. So so who's worked? We believe it's really this simple. It's really this simple. There is some one thing that I see. That's a one to one analogy. And that is tone because tone what Matt Chandler supposedly claimed is he was fired for. The tone was fired for for drinking for petty drinking. Not For allegations of sexual assault to a minor. So if this is the case you now see what you know. He's done this once. He's done it again with with Dr More. He didn't say exactly what it was to the church. So you have two different cases where you have a lot more. That went on that. They didn't make clear. So are we to believe that he really made it clear. Thomas White that this guy was really wrong and you know there was all this you know history. They gave him and said you can hire and Thomas White just ignored village church and Matt Chandler and hired anyway. Now that may be the difference is if I look at the facts that we have so far. I have to say Matt Chandler. Adam minimum no matter what happened with Cedar Ville Matt Chandler and village. Church needs to step down and for for this blogger. Who wants to say that Thomas White needs to step down but not mentioned Matt Chandler? I think it's because he's a Social Justice Warrior. Okay completely biased. It's completely biased. Because Matt Chandler passed the buck. He didn't follow scripture. He didn't do as I timothy says he did not Repu- him in the presence of all and as I said earlier in the show that word rebuke there is an imperative. That's a command. God is commanding this to be the behavior you have with pastors and you know what I can't. We can't stress enough that Matt Chandler in this video that he did a week to two weeks after the allegation in two thousand seventeen. He said we believe that he is unfit for Ministry at this time. Just like you just said at this time that softens what he seems to be backtracking on now because I don't think he would say at this time based on the allegations that he's claiming right now what he says he told Thomas Way. Okay so saying at this time softens it it allows for for restoration. Okay and a job back okay. And and being able to job in the future leading everything for Thomas White to think that. There's there's some there so he what does he do. He sets strict counseling and process of reconciliation. It's GonNa take at least five years. He did did all his homework. There's no police report. Why because Matt Chandler didn't do his responsibility as a mandatory reporter in Texas and report the crime. He didn't do that so he they. WanNa blame Thomas White but no one wants to blame chandler. This is the problem. Matt Chandler failed he he sinned by not twice now twice he did not for those who persistent Sam rebuke them in the presence of all and that failure is costing Cedar Ville and every wants to go after Cedar Ville they're not going after Chandler and village church and I would say that if anyone who signed the petition to have Thomas White resigned. You better start a petition to have Matt Chandler and Village. Church resign as well. Otherwise you're a hypocrite. Because they send as well but their sin is what caused this one at a minimum. Because even if let's let's take worst case scenario say they did tell Thomas. All the information k. If Chandler was public about it Thomas Way never been able to even if you sit there and say well. We told them but he hired against our our instruction okay. Let's assume that happened. Would they be able to hire him? If Matt Chandler made this public the answer's no if all this if you're the argument is that that. Somehow Thomas was trying to help a friend because this is the argument that Thomas White was trying to help a friend and get them a job and so he was lying to his board of trustees and lying to the faculty and everything else. If that's the case had met Chandler done his job everyone would have known it and Thomas White wouldn't have been able to lie about it if the if he did that. They're claiming right so it's very simple. There's there's one place to start this blame. There's one place where we know there was failure. How do we know it? We heard it tonight in his own words Matt Chandler. Read the statement that he and the pastors the village church put forth to be read and it didn't rebuke him in the presence of all. It was watered down mild gave opportunities for reconciliation. And they let them go being that they that they have that pattern. I think they are to blame. I think that what we end up seeing here is that someone should start to petition for Matt Chandler to resign and those at village church. That also didn't follow. Matthew five twenty. So why do I keep saying Matthew I timothy? I've done it consistently. I don't know why it is I timothy. I think I know what it is. I'm preaching this week. In in in mark to where Levi or matthew comes to be a disciple of Christ so I guess Matthew. I've been studying a lot of matthew at this this week so I guess that must be eighteen as well. It'd be but that's not why I think so. We ended up. Seeing is is that Matt Chandler did not practice I timothy five twenty and he let a sexual Predator move out to another area. Now it wasn't ministry. Oh this is one thing I did. WanNa show let me show one more thing that I think is important with this blogger because I want to show you what his tactics are. Okay because when you read these blog articles I want you to know you need to put critical thinking when you read these things. Now what you have here is a list of of Faculty. Okay new faculty from two thousand seventeen two thousand eighteen. And so if you go through this list Dr Moore was hired two thousand seventeen and you go through this list. What do you notice and this guy says it? If you've noticed that Anthony. More IS NOT PICTURED. You are a sharp observer. Does anyone other than me. Wonder if emitting more is just a coincidence. I'm sure there's a perfectly valid reason or maybe not. Here's the simple reason you know. He's not listed with the faculty in two thousand seventeen. Who is this like a million dollars? Go for what. What's The answer Maybe Kizzie wasn't faculty member Vans Right. He wasn't as faculty he was hired. As an administrator he was in the admissions office for now. This is the irony. The Social Justice Warriors should be defending more. You'd think he's an African American who is hired in admissions to to help with diversity. He was someone who was sexually abused as a child to me. Let's see how many intersection points this. Anthony African American Ding Ding Ding. That's one sexually abused to. Diversity is his is he's he's and Versi homosexual tendency homo ding ding. Okay four points. Four intersection outy points. He has homosexual tendencies. But as you've as you've heard me teach intersectional you have one factor that brings you right back zero. Ns in Christian and hopefully we made our point. Well at least Steve Wolfe here. Not that he's a wolf. That's just his last name. Immune I guess what you know these guys with these names. I mean see rappaport. You can't use you know Silvestro. You can't kind of mixing but but Steve Wolfe says. I Agree Chandler. Village is really to blame in every bit of this and of course anthony more and he's right. Anthony Moore should not have lied if that's what he ended but he had at a minimum would have been you know lying to Jason Lee unless there he must be in on it too right keeping it from all the faculty the this is the thing so I I really. This is not something that Anthony I wanted to do but I think that maybe I had a little bit of a righteous indignation because of the fact that I saw everyone piling on with one guys one guy who broke. The story writes ten articles about it. You I've already shown you that he he probably. He seems to have a bias as well. He's had this issue with Cedar Ville for a long time from from when white got there and people started leaving because they were liberals that's why they were leaving. They weren't conservative Christians. They were liberal Christians so they were leaving. This guy had an had an issue with that. He seemed to to have this. Hebrew breaks the story. Everyone's using his articles and he writes several articles. That will the that does is. It gets you a lot of clicks. It's Click Bait but what do you see? Would you don't see as as we've seen he claims to have evidence doesn't give you the evidence over and over again he he uses logical fallacies he leads he poisons the well he's he's leading you in conclusions and so over and over again? He's appealing to things that prove that his arguments are invalid. Okay and so. This blogger should not be trusted as source you know who should be trusted as a source the independent investigation that Cedar Ville Trust the trustees. A Cedar Ville hired to do the investigation. That's where we should start to trust and they haven't ruled yet they're still investigating so anyone who signing the petitions to remove Thomas White too soon. You have the information. The only information you have is the guy who started the this stuff. Who's writing all this stuff? Who's a social justice warrior? Probably as far as we can tell and who quite frankly is lying to his readers. Why because there's a very simple reason. There's nothing nefarious on. Why Anthony Moore was not pictured with the faculty in two thousand two thousand seventeen? Anyone should be able to pick up on that as anthony did because he wasn't faculty they're not listening the janitors in their either. They're not listening to any other administration there either. I wonder I didn't do this but I just thought this now. I wonder if we go back and see. Did they announced faculty advisors or advisors administration new new administration. I wonder if he's listed under new administration. That'd be interesting because if that's the case then we know that this guy didn't do his homework but the simple thing is this and this all this this. This whole show is to point out. Two things really well. A couple of things might be more into one your doctor white. As far as we know we trust him to be innocent until proven guilty. We we assume that he is right. He's kept a consistent story he's had integrity and for those reasons we take his story especially with the fact that it's all hinged on the fact that the claim is that he knew everything from the pastors at from Chandler and the pastors at Village Church when they have a history of softening things. They're the history of getting things wrong. We've demonstrated that as well and you know what the irony some of those things. We demonstrated our from the same guys blogs some of the information I got from things he said and I followed the links so he should have known better. He should've known the background was there. So here's the thing you should assume until proven otherwise. Thomas White is in the right. You should not be signing petitions to have them removed. You should be signing petitions however to remove Matt Chandler and Village Church. You should be blaming them. If you're blaming Thomas White and not matching learn village church. Then there's only one word for that hypocrite because they're the ones who failed and caused the problems for Cedar Ville so Cedar Ville now. It's the deal with Matt Chandler's failure to do his biblical responsibility. So this is a thing. Couple things that we were trying to express one. Thomas Whites we want to assume is in the right until proven otherwise Matt Chandler needs to repent of his handling of Dr more a tomb and these others. Anyone else that he may have fired or let go. And Not Rebuke Them. If you're if you have pastors who are doing this if you're in a church keep them accountable that they should be doing this. They should be saying exactly why someone is stepping down and what the issues are okay. A so as a way of closing out. I'll just put this Steve Wolfe says. This has been great and highly informative but unfortunately I have to run hope to all next week wolf out. Well we're signing out as well Again may thirtieth. We WanNA remind you Justin Peters. I will be doing our snatched them by the flame snatched him from the flames seminar. But it's home edition. You can watch it in your own home..
"chandler" Discussed on The McMillion$ Podcast
"But when you originally talked to Dwight working together on this does you know that he was gonNA keep going. When do I had originally approach me with the ticket? It was coming from somebody. He had a relationship with in his real estate business. I had no idea that there had been other tickets or would ever be other tickets. Given to other people now was obviously disappointed to find out that that was not the case. But I did not find that. Out until after the Indictments how do you think your life would be different? Had you never agreed to take that game piece? I don't know we don't have that option. I've laid in bed at night and wondered about other things you know if I had done this or if I had it on dad or I think that's the human condition and we we do that. But if you spend a lot of time focusing on that then you don't have the ability to focus on what we are going to do tomorrow and a decision for GonNa Make Mara So. If I had participated in McDonalds staying at undoubtedly some things would have been easier. Some things would have been more normal especially for Russel and my kids and but normally boring. I don't have any regrets I I don't have a singer if I had it to do all over again. Gentlemen I would do it again and presented in the same conditions in the same light from the same context without the knowledge that I have obviously after the fact I would absolutely do it again. Can you ship us some of the sweet tea we had at your place? Yeah can I can get you some tea that T- comes from Sherry Lay Holbrook's Sherry is a longtime friend of mine and cater Sherri. We love you and you might good sweet tea. Yeah so I'll try to get her ship you some tea. In the upcoming episodes we will learn a bit more about you and the challenges that you faced and there's GonNa be some surprises. It's painful to watch and places embarrassing and places interesting in places but overall So far I'm happy with the level of integrity. Well it was really easy with. You would just turn the camera on and let you be you. I'll take that as a compliment. is a lot of fun. You know I'm still having fun you know all you gotta do is drop in on me One weekend and we'll We'll have some more fun awesome. Well stay tuned for more from George Chandler upcoming episodes. Thank you so much for talking with us on our podcast here. Yeah thanks George. It's been my pleasure. Thank you all right George. You're off the hook. Now you can go have a drink or three Matt's I think that's an order so now we want to answer. Some questions you sent in first question comes from John. Costa CH- he asks did I miss how Uncle Jerry's name became the focus of the investigation so early on within skipped on purpose or cut from the dock. If you remember an episode one when Doug Matthews reached out based on that sticky note he was given three names and this nebulous name of Uncle Jerry. Being at the root of it it's in there and now we have an audio question from Jordan Green. Let's listen to it. Hi My name is Jordan. I live in Florida. My question is how is Mark Wahlberg affiliated with your show? Is He a producer. What is his role that he plays in your show. My second question is did anyone else. Notice how awkward and strange it was when they were in the house of that guy pretending that he won the check and the way that doug rolled up the paper of his all like he was trying to be all neat. I don't know how to explain it but what in the fuck was up with that you can ask. Doug that from me well to answer the first question. Mark Wahlberg is an executive producer on this project. Along with Stephen Levinson Archie Gibbs Brian and myself. We teamed up with them to work on this project and they were great support group for us and also really helped us helped back us in directing the series when talking with HBO as season as they are They always had great ideas and feedback to offer US along the way and with what What was up with Doug Matthews? So you see how. Doug Matthews is all the time the way he is in the interviews within the show. That's how he always is now if you add the extreme kinetic energy and excitement of him being able to go undercover you're going to heighten your. You're going to multiply that several several times. And that's why he may have asked a little extra spazzy. During that time. In general those interviews are just so awkward in a way because you are watching two groups of people lie to each other and you're watching someone that had committed a criminal activity now fully lying to the people that know what's really going on and actually after I Open up birthday or holiday gifts. I actually wrap my paper the same way Doug did so I? I don't see anything wrong with how he Flexing for the camera. He was flexing for the camera car. So our next question is another audio question. And it comes from Lee Gardner. Hi Nick Malians podcast. This is Lee from Seattle. I watched the HBO documentary last night. Safeway recently did a which is owned by route sins. It's a grocery store chain but they recently did them. Napoli game so this is going to be interesting to see if these types of games will be played again. What are thoughts on this? Everybody wants to the chance to win even to this day. You gotta remember the the scan that happened between nineteen eighty nine and two thousand one involved more than just the monopoly promotions. That McDonald's did they did all these other promotions so McDonald's ran multiple versions of this game. It wasn't just the McDonald's monopoly game. There were different peel off prize games that they had run were branded. There was a how who wants to be a millionaire game. There's one for scrabble monopoly. Just so happened to be the most popular right. And the fact that you're seeing a similar version of the game out there in Safeway or albertsons because they all know that uncle Jerry's busted and he's not behind this but it is not at all affiliated with the original McDonald's monopoly game and we've no reason to believe that there any shady dealings with Safeway or Albertsons who maybe we should try to find the winner of that game. They have on the show them on the podcast. That'd be that'd be pretty cool all right. Our next question comes from Diane Horsh Ler just wondering who made the initial phone call to the FBI that triggered this investigation. That's is the million dollar question. Who took this entire thing down who helped the FBI discover this was happening what we learned is the FBI receives multiple complaint calls all the time? Like people who say like Oh. I think that there's a suspicious package down the street. I don't like my neighbor right so it came through complain. Call Rick Dan a supposedly. This might have actually been on his desk for a long time before Doug Matthews. Actually I saw it. There's a lot of speculation as to who made that phone call. We asked everybody about it and it was quite interesting. How many different. There are a lot of theories on on who could be and what happened and we talk a lot more about it in our last episode. Actually our next question is from Dera. Bryant's how did meaning Jerry Jacobson get the winning pieces through all those layers of security? This was the nagging question that the FBI had you know. We're following the same procedure. That the EPA. I went through when they actually investigated this case and they didn't find out until the very end. Thank you all so much for sending those questions. We look forward to answering more in the future. Well that's it for episode. 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"chandler" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"You're lying weasel comeback. It was that what was that. You're talking pile of Shit thank you. What's that Dave? All right don't the WHO he's and he's fired up what he fired. Up about comeback with a pussy another hangup what a pussy and this season but people that were our our friends mere hours ago Richard Chandler and Dave Cohen Tell People Don Subscribe to the jury podcast and stop listening. I don't WanNa hang up on you for you tape. We're we're good instead of instead of saying Holy Shit. Dave was nice enough. To Send me an email that would referencing me and my show out of an acronym. Your first instinct is called nate and a liar. That if you're well here's a here's Dave Dave I would say I would say I would say I would say if you're a big fan of mine. You're supportive supportive of mine when somebody reaches out to you and says oh they're associated with Kirk Minahan. I would also say personally me. This is why a lot of friends because I'm lawyer Eric Enough. I'm not able this because of our promotion that's it that's it. Even you know that our show Gerry. Callahan has been on the radio for fun when you. You're who thirteen if it wasn't for me. And and and the difference is I would have responded respond to the email and said hey by the way just so you know Kirkman. The hand is not what you think he is. He's a good guy I've worked with them. He's podcast good right. But you wouldn't do that if you WANNA do that. Because you're sir thank you. I'd Win Win Win Win Win Win when the floor is yours. I think all crime what he does this big defense. You're talking about give me one example one quite okay. I.
"chandler" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"You you could have the option like oh I listen to an intercom stay. I'll just check the internet thing right when nine was now. Let's say that's right when that would say to them was you. You know that you can go. Listen to part my take and then come back and listen to me. It doesn't matter you'll have to be married to radio DOT COM day as a matter. Jump around if you're one of the people we jump around to great that's fucking for them. They're never going to dominate. This stupid. Even iheartradio had some podcast people. Listen to what they they're going up. It's fucking gone but I mean enter calms me next. I mean that that's reality doesn't make financial sense anymore. They took on a company that was in crazy debt right so I don't know I don't understand the worst time ever to do it. Would you like to check out some of these Two hundred million dollar podcasts from I'd love to look I mean I have some money I don't have two hundred million in yet but I have some money so I might want to jump any obviously I have to look at other mocking and get this radio. Station doesn't see Henry. Outbid Richard Chandler for the rain is the real question. Do you think he was was really weird. I was going to turn it to W X. ooh maybe and make a pornography and he seems like a Christian guy. Yeah ooh La theories as you criticized raised Simmons for the first time ever long Simmons sweeps in offers McColl. One point buys us. I'M GONNA make you part of the ringer interesting move. I I don't know it's possible we borrow basically just hired Richard Chandler here so which So this is winging it with A. It's a podcast they do with Vince. Carter good I mean it's It's got scallon pal vibes. It literally is critic proof this podcast. I would imagine woke. NBA Player. Everybody's ass kissing fest. We don't use it but I mean like the no. Nobody's reason to criticize it right..
"chandler" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Near a chandler is after all we can do. Just if there's a safe word is there anything. Are you hiding something from us. The bananas are turning breath of your. What's the purpose of your call you've really crystallized my entire existence with that question? Thank you thank you very much I. She's lying fucking lying. You believe certainly not you believe or Steve. I believe I don't think he knows who chandler is like. I'm saying Oh he's a he's a care who guy patsy naive. It'd be wonderful. Who who she she said? There's a pause correct. There was what the hell do you want. Fuck Big City swinging by think you're letting chandler get into your head. He's in and he's in and once he's in you don't get out and we have to go. We can't let Chandler listen. I think you wait. You wait until you've got the key not to the town of matter. WASCO guarantee right now. You're bargaining position enhances greatly that's true. I certainly understand that family does respect. Authority does Z.. You own the city than I think. We sure that's still happening. First thing you do you walk into the office you take Bikini. Set it down on his desk. You know what that is Chandler. Did you see that's the key right right now. What is it oversize wooden? He works on Saturday. He seems to Kinda guy goes in for few hours on a Saturday night. I would think it'd be I'm after pop in there. I'm I'm baffled by the hang up. We call one more time just going to hang up on us no way if we call again. We're we're super desk right all right. We got no inches from that lovely. What's her name Marie? The woman the status quo stacy we have a lovely just lovely lady. But clearly brainwashed yes shop and save now a parody yes a parody shop and save parody shop. It's a parody of shop and save no it parody. It's different. I don't know what the what it means. uh-huh what's the last name. Yeah it's French. Last name spelling P. A. R. A. D. I S.. Oh Yes yes yes fuck. Well I mean. I don't know what to say them. Trouble very troubling not good not good day Kirkman ancho bad day Richard Chandler. Good day great. Good Day now. Twist in the Pretzel Year. Well I we'll keep we'll keep our eye in that you know. We have to figure out what that is going forward. I worry for my safety in particular but won't a sacrifice if if you know what if what it takes me dying for this program to give it needs a little boy. You're what if Chandler wants me out of the picture. I'm saying you really have a choice of channel. Watch out of the picture the dead. It's Nice you think. Update Richard Chandler. Just hung up on us. Negotiations nations have fallen apart with Radio Titan. Richard Chandler China just hung up on us with update. Mike's Nice job may be in jeopardy which I feel is true. Are you saying that. Just in general the Ma- The WASCO is in serious. Doubt all right. I want them to buy something else. A little spooked her move onto something else. We'll try try as we might have got right now. He don't we say Steve Don't. We are a little spooked. Are you good now. Even that one is problematic but now God for God's Sakes somebody the pay Bill Simmons. No nobody's going to pay him two hundred million dollars for the Kitty I can use. Please tell me it's not the case I read that wrong. I thought it said twenty. I was still like. That's a little much sources This Guy Michael McCarthy is actually pretty good sports media writer Bill Simmons wants roughly two hundred million dollars hours for a from spotify technology other bidders looking to purchase the ringer sources told the site. So the sources simmons right sources one of the sources simmons essence that kind of Chandler tending where. He's basically saying I'm not selling unless I'm getting money using your head isn't he can think she's well. You can't go from Richard channeled through another radio. Well he's going to catching Titan Taylor is going to kill. You might as well just accept it. Just you know. Enjoy your day. Do you think that it's going to happen today tomorrow. Three weeks from now part. What is looking over my shoulder? He'll never tell myself Richard Channel. And that's the real mastery of Richard Chest true boy though so weird hang up very heating up right away either about it. Yeah he said he ought fuck. This guy can't do it. Yeah we've been waiting by the phone ever since that first call. To of course he knew the caucus can mastermind. I don't I don't understand. Big Huge businesses. Like this a Barstool if it sells would sell for less than that. I'm I'm pretty sure. VCX Mix true or the director. Okay I would think there's there's no way the ringers worth more than Barstool. It's possible that cannot be possible. It doesn't make me zoltan cheering for their numbers. Were it was between team. Fifteen and thirty. What far forty nine percent of the company or something? I don't know exactly who works up. Simmons disgust a sale with. At and T. Warner media. Two Thousand Nineteen at a purchase price of one hundred million out didn't happen but the disgusting sale means. I mean we could say this sale Richard Chandler right but you know maybe the same conversation precision but like explained Dave Dave a nice podcasting footprint. Right that's worth two hundred million dollars to second second hair. Have we stumbled upon putting the pieces together. Remain Richard Chandler buying the ringer two hundred million dollars. We saw. If you re down into the story it breaks out how much revenue the podcast bring in and ordering Iliad. No so it's not even most of the revenue leaving you a Barstool you're looking barstool comparing it as a podcast. It's not I'm looking at the whole thing. The barstools like the blog the radio all that bullshit. Yeah just a round there is i. I don't know I could be wrong but I feel like I'm just saying this anecdotally. Maybe proved me wrong. It feels like to me the bar so as a larger merchandise urgent slice than say the ringer. that a lot of ringer shirts and hats and stuff out there right. I mean I think I know Simmons has a very popular podcast a Ryan Russillo show podcast gaskets law download. Forget part my take. Forget Daddy forget we get far more social media buzzing any often put together. Yeah when his last time anyone said Hey. Did you hear this on Ringer podcast. Wash nothing else if I had mentioned that would you. Would you even know that podcast existed. No if if I said to you right now and we're all you know we're Jerry always says he's a podcast guy. Yeah podcast people. I listen to podcasts on the PODCASTS. How many podcasts are on the ringer? A guest saying name them. Oh I can name the Bill Simmons podcast right Priscilla's on there now rewatch ables. Yup Yep and that's the big picture friends Trying to be. I only know that because right onto if it wasn't right it wasn't that's all I play here. Same here. There might be some. You could tell I'd be like oh I didn't know that was on. There is the kinds on the ringer. Now she's the ESPN all right. She still has her own. PODCAST with Lenny. Though good and then she has the ESPN daily which is just one short story. So I mean I don't know what I don't look for two hundred million God bless rem. I mean it's insane but Simmons the Nice little run here while not being relevant for last eight or nine years even the amount of money he got from. Hbo For doing for doing nothing. And Andre the giant documentary. Yeah I mean it's in the TV show. The bombed armed was terrible. I I again. I give them Credit Simmons. Now at the point where he's negotiate with people now are young enough to have read him when he was super relevant and now old enough to be in the position to make deals. Yes does that make sense and yeah so the age now like the fifty year old guys. You're going to say maybe old enough to not quite know that he's pulling a fast one. I Don with correct correct I if he will never sell this for visas for two hundred million greatest deal of all time I would make unbelievable. We're also power. I wouldn't buy it for five million. I crazy barstools should be rooting for that. Because they don't know what four billion just gets in my larger point from sorry. Is the from yesterday from our meeting yesterday. Safe Jerry talking about this last night. Texted back safe cells now. It just does like safe sports. Talk the movie talk. Hero worship. Ask Kissing cells now no one. No one's GonNa really listen to it. It will create any any buzz but some enough people. Listen to it that they feel like they can justify it. I guess I would tweak that and say safe is a lot easier too. So that's I mean. I hate to keep referencing that already laying podcast. But it's like they talk about how they've built up brands that you now you know but at the time no indica yes I mean no even our world I mean of course absolutely but but I mean it's bipolar by point. It's easy it's Bill Simmons. It's a brand. It's easy to me. This is a sign that we're in the early stage of podcast bubble. Because you've got fifty six year. All guys who control a lot of money are finally saying. Hey here's this new form of media very low barriers to entry. There's GONNA be a ton of money here and so the people who expand quickly and then sell outlined Simmons can hit that two hundred billion dollar mark. That's like the popping of the bubble kind of S. You'RE GONNA come in and take over this machine and then try to turn it into a revenue giant and be like wait when the only yeah and I think they're you know catching up with. I've been screaming for the last six or seven years at radio is dead. Yeah and these guys are finally realizing that they're not gonna any bang for their buck. They're saying wow. This is what everybody under the age of forty really now is listening to consuming and all the all the big money feels like it missed out. Yeah and anybody. WHO's you know? Twenty five years old say Is Never listened to the radio. I mean really not really I mean you know when I was a kid yes about it. But it's not but that's how they consume their stuff every day. That's why we talked about really. I shouldn't be surprised or audiences younger. That's who listen to the stuff and it's just like so. This is what I've have been saying for years about radio when I when I was trying to get a podcast on my logic was those radio. Companies could be the biggest podcasting awed casting companies because when the Internet is in cars. You're already like radio DOT COM could've been something huge like if you if you were an option on radio DOT COM right. They blew it then..
"chandler" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"A loyal listeners you have clicked play on the spin off show here on the jock in nerd podcasts. My name's anthony you know who i am. I'm the jock and on this episode. I could not be more excited to have this guy on. I have on sean chandler one of my favorite youtube reviewers from sean chandler talks about he's on my show holy crap i instagram. This guy randomly slid into his d._m.'s and he responded super cool. We'll do decide to come on my show super humble super enthusiastic about movies. We talked about his path from being just a regular guy and developing into the youtube rotten tomatoes certified movie reviewing sensation that he is and we get to talk inert out about the what more could you want from this podcast now. You're going to check it out. This is the great and powerful youtube. Being sensation. Sean chandler in the job spent they don chandler first off. Hey i am surprised that you responded to my instagram immediately and said yes. I'll come on your podcast. I kind of get that a lot. People free wow you actually responded to me like yeah. I try to i'll i won't name names but there are other other youtubers that have instagram's that i really enjoy their youtube videos for in i will write them something and nothing response. Yeah i <hes> well. A big part part of that is recently. I felt like i can't respond all the comments on my i used to respond on every comment on my news then <hes> both because there's is just so many and then also just kinda for somewhat for mental health reasons that you sometimes it just gets toxic in there and i can get swept up in that and so then i'll respond for a window of time when i post a video but i don't wanna be distant from the fan base. I want to interact with people that's like the whole idea in so whenever it went fulltime on youtube a to back in february started instagram it turned into a neat little place where <hes> i could still interact with people's much as possible <hes> to this point in time. I feel you like i'm not. It's not creating a problem for me and also if someone's a jerk. It's just block them so like weird in. That's i haven't done that. I've only done that a couple of times where people been like what are you doing. This is talking about like what do you do like wolf. I don't think why do you feel like you can just say this to be that. I'm gonna keep taking this. This is weird like like you're just being defensive like no. I don't have a you don't have the right to say this to me <hes> but so actually what i'll do who is <hes> one of the great things about instagram as you can just shoot little videos inside of the direct message thing sometimes it's right. That's camera right there and you can do fifteen second videos and so like a week ago. I got a big announcement stuff. I got accepted under rotten tomatoes since i announced that on my channel intellect into like fifty people all kind of congratulated me a ton in the wild..
"chandler" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"You've I got the league. And you first start plan who's the first person to Bush. I think it was Kobe had that sixty one who. Most of the Christ, man. It was crazy. I always start the game offices. I'm coming off the bench at the time. So he killing I'm looking I'm looking at dantonio looking down kinda like this on. I don't wanna go to gain the day. I last down he called me go. And so when I go in its August core like quick ten twelve points. He had he's slowed down. He's scored by eight women against. How's it going? Good second half third quarter. Saint thanks about another eight points man, fourth quarter. Come. I just go crazy like last three minutes. He just go crazy score late sixteen eighteen straight from like this. This is the mazing still show. Yeah. One play when he'd like it did a double pity on a shot should ever. Dance. Probably the best move ever seen. I remember that day. I was sitting there like this is Craig flakes. Spike was almost side the whole week is crazy. We had the he was purchased. Maybe do we have bronze came in half fifty five and a triple double. Then we had Paul Pierce. Come dirty in a game. When the whole week is crazy all three of them that was that was watching. I got somebody Spike Lee on the sideline argue Coby Coby point that they were doing. The same was all type of it was crazy. Yo yo you tell them with the knuckleheads cube Rigetti miles in the building. We got a special guest today. My brother brother lives my rug, you know, Tom vow from al-mahde from Benny ha ha been hobbled Michigan. We got ill too will send Chandler in the building or pre said you stop it through. All geez. I to more than eight miles. You You know? know? This is killed rich and miles and nothing has we coach push. That's when I knew I was like, I'm the of this fact finder right here. This is a story that people don't call me solve K district background. I did deal with a lot of loose from Nashes crappy come from OG standpoint. But it's always give. So what are you doing here? I thought I was just coming over to watch the game. And you guys got microphones set up in the backyard. Okay. Hennessy celebrates individuals who push beyond their potential by sharing. The extraordinary stories of how they're energized pushes them to never stop never settle. The most recent spotlight highlights world champion cyclists Marshall. Major Taylor's never stopped never settled race against his toughest rival himself. Learn more about him and others on Hennessy dot com and join amazing cocktail with Hennessy very special today. And always remember to drink responsibly talk about like what you from. I got a best friend from Lansing Michigan from Lassie Michigan. But grew up ISE Louis, and we've been best for instance, like fifth grade, and I know like the different parts.
"chandler" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"So they're days michael chandler here on the espn five rounds podcast great interview good talker and after hearing him in that interview bread do you think he leans bella tour or do you think he's really giving the ufc a serious consideration i think you know he he went out of his way at every every opportunity to talk about how great bella towards been and i don't think he's doing that you know just so that they don't get mad at him i think he genuinely respects and appreciates the way that the promotion has had his back and he's been there guy i mean through to regimes beyond revenue scott coker bella tor has always valued michael chandler and they they'll continue to valium here but he's in a great spot you know the lightweight division has never been better in history of the sport the division may have never been better than it is right now and you know it's interesting to hear him talk about fans fans reaching out and saying we want to see you in this fight we wanna see you in that fight i mean at the end of the day money is going to dictate i think anybody's decision when it comes to this you know like like he said you have a short time to do this if one promotion is willing to pay you far more than the other one that's probably the route you're gonna take and it's a route that i think most of us would take but it's i think it's weighing on him that all these fans and him himself i'm sure that he wants to get involved in that mix in the ufc i i know he does and isn't it interesting that you asked what fight it no matter the the stakes are no matter the situation he says eddie alvarez and that's the one he hears about the most and the alvarez is in the ufc so i just wonder how much that will play a factor into his decision making i it's it's very interesting situation for michael january i i don't think you can debate at all that the better fights for him are in the uc i don't think that's even up for debate but bella tower is going to come with very strong offer and i think it's.