35 Burst results for "Chapman"
AP News Radio
Guerrero gets 3 hits, Kikuchi earns the win as Blue Jays beat Brewers 7-2
"Toronto scored Ford first inning runs and never looked back at a 7 to one over Milwaukee at Rogers center. Trailing two, nothing that James got to start her Adrian Hauser, thanks to RBIs by Vladimir Guerrero junior in that Chapman. Alejandro Kirk and Kevin bijou scored an inning later who tripled the lead to 6 two. Visual added two hits. In the case, especially when I'm not playing and getting my swing dialed in and making sure my head's not moving a whole lot in my load just so I can see the ball for as long as possible. You say kikuchi went vibing and recorded his 500th career strikeout to improve to 6 and two. Houser took the laws, he falls to one and one. John Luther, Toronto
AP News Radio
Jansen has game-winning hit, Blue Jays rally to sweep Braves
"Kenny Jensen's two run single brought home Vladimir Guerrero junior and Matt Chapman as a Blue Jays beat the brave 6 5 at roger center. Jensen's game winning knock was his second hit of the afternoon, sent me more than 40,000 into a frenzy. It's a good team over there, so I had a feeling it was gonna be, you know, big blow is going back and forth throughout the series and stuff. So just kept at it. George Springer hit his 5th home run of the season, Atlanta had three home runs over their own from Ronald Acuna junior, Ozzie albies and former J Kevin pillar. Nate Pearson wanted out of the pen, as Toronto's won three in a row. John leatherbee, to run
The Eric Metaxas Show
Rescuing Sudanese Slaves: Todd Chatman Shares One Woman's Story
"Serve a good God, a God who allows us to participate in his work. In our generation, we're talking to Todd Chapman with Christian solidarity international and part of God's work right now through Christian solidarity international is literally freeing slaves from captivity. And I want us as the western the American church to understand the evil in the world, it will deepen your faith if you understand the evil in the world and if you understand that God has appointed you to take apart and doing something about it. That's a fact that's a fact. Todd, talk to us about some of the stories or one of the stories of one of the women that has been through this process. So we can put more of a face on this, because. I guess the one that first comes to mind is a woman named joke and I had the opportunity to meet her and learn her story. He's about 26, 27 years old now, but she was taken captive when she was three years old. She was at her home in South Sudan, her grandma was there with her at the time. They were just going about daily life. And these raiders came into her community. And they grandma was too old to have any value, so they left her behind, but they took a joke and they took her mother as slaves. And so they take them to the slave camp in the north and they were separated. Mom was taken, you know, to one family. Duke was taken to another and basically now her life just became this nightmare of doing whatever her slave master. Told her that she was to do. She was raped by this man, even though he had his own family. He raped a joke. She got pregnant twice. And finally, he was able to come into freedom just a few years ago because she happened to meet this Arab slave liberator that we partner with to go in and negotiate freedom for these slaves. And he found he'd met her at a market. He identified that she was likely a slave, began to have dialog and said, look, I think we can get you out. And thank God we were able to do that.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Freeing Slaves for Only $250: How CSI Is Changing Lives in Sudan
"Todd Chapman, a spokesperson for Christian solidarity international. They are doing God's work. They are freeing slaves in the Sudan. This is an amazing thing, I want to get a little bit into the weeds Todd about how this how this happens. We've said, first of all, that CSI says, if somebody gives them $250 from this program, that is enough money to free the slave and to set them up in a life of freedom, which is key. So talk a little bit about that. What does that mean? Yeah, so for every $250 gift, so part of it first and foremost is going to go to buy the kettle vaccine that we used to negotiate their freedom. We talked about how these slaveholders are primarily cattle owners and they can get their hands on these vaccines so their cattle needs so we exchange that. And we negotiate the freedom of as we can. Sometimes it's one person. But, you know, one of the things that's happened. Some of these women have been held captive since they were children. And they've since had children while they're in slavery, and so oftentimes now they have children of their own. And so more and more, we're trying to make sure if we can free a woman and she's got kids. We try to negotiate the freedom for all of our kids. We don't want to leave those kids behind. Obviously. So that's a part of that. You're $250 gifts, but the majority of the gift actually goes to what you said, Eric, set them up so that they have the opportunity to have a sustainable life. And so we've got what we call a bag of hope. And it's really not a bag as much as just a collection of the goods that they will need to get themselves started on a new life. And so it's food. It's some crops that they can plant and grow in seasons to come. It's a mosquito net because obviously in Central Africa where Sudan is a mosquitos malaria can be a problem. Blankets cookware just the basic stuff to get started out.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
The State of California Is Seeking to Disbar John Eastman
"So if they want to disbar this constitutional scholar, they already got rid of him at Chapman. Which is another discussion we should have. So let me repeal the charge of the state of California bar. Composed as all of these association by leftists and cowards. An official complaint of 11 charges on reading alleging that John eastman at Denver to quote plan promote and assist then president Trump in executing a strategy a strategy unsupported by facts or law to overturn the legitimate results of the 2020 presidential election by obstructing the count of electoral votes of certain states. And as is written in a very important piece by roger Kimball, was a major thinker. Not a single one of those charges is true. And then he writes Wikipedia and other left wing megaphones, please no ladies and gentlemen. That he is right about a Wikipedia. I used to sue. I used to actually send checks to Wikipedia Wikipedia has been thoroughly corrupted as well. If you want to look up a list of the kings of Britain, its magnificent, if you want to do music research as I do, on the keys of all 104 haydn symphonies Wikipedia is terrific. If you want to look up anything or anyone that is conservative, I have not been able to edit the Wikipedia page of Dennis prager for about 5 years. I can not touch it.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
FTX Founder Sam Bankman-Fried Arrested in the Bahamas
"Sam bankman freed was set on his way by two Stanford law professors who are very good law professors, but law professors don't really know a lot about the world. I've been a lot of professors since 1996 and I kept my hand in private practice under the arrangement I hit with Chapman and I only teach one semester a year now, but I like being a professor, but I like being in the world more. Most professors are simply not connected to the world. So if they were giving sandbank men free advice, even if they're very good law professor doesn't mean he was getting great legal advice. He was arrested yesterday. That happened late last night. I just posted on my Twitter feed, a story from Alice news items, the last thing I read before going on the air because it's the latest breaking news and it comes in the earliest. FTX founder Sam bankman freed was arrested in The Bahamas at the behest of U.S. prosecutors on Monday. The day before he was due to testify before Congress about the abrupt failure last month, one of the world's largest cryptocurrency exchanges. The arrest marks a stunning fall from grace for the 30 year old entrepreneur, why they known by his initials SBL. Who made a boom in Bitcoin and other daily asset digital assets to become a billionaire many times over until FTX is rapid demise. That's a Reuters story that John Ellis is quoting at the top of F of Ellis news items this morning.
AP News Radio
Finney-Smith's late 3 helps Mavs to 116-115 win over Nuggets
"The Mavericks had just enough at the end to escape Denver with a one 16 one 15 victory. When the nuggets double teamed Luka Dončić that freed up Dorian Finney Smith to hit the game winning three pointer with 17 seconds left. It was Chapman Luca. They ended up putting a 5 man on me, so it was either going to be me or a swing swing, but they were stunting and it was living with me shooting. So I'm just happy we got the win. Tim Hardaway, junior was game high with 29 points for the Mavs who have won three straight. The nuggets have lost three in a row. Bruce Morton, Denver
AP News Radio
John Lennon's killer says there was 'evil in my heart'
"The man who shot John Lennon told a parole board he knew it was wrong to kill the beloved former beetle but that he was seeking fame and had evil in his heart John Lennon whose music lives on was gunned down outside his New York City apartment in December 1980 convicted killer Mark David Chapman was up for his 12th parole hearing in August in a transcript AP God under a freedom of information request Chapman said the decision to kill Lennon was my big answer to everything I wasn't going to be a nobody anymore He also told the board I knew what I was doing and I knew it was evil I knew it was wrong but I wanted the fame so much that I was willing to give everything and
AP News Radio
Matt Chapman homers twice, Blue Jays beat Orioles 6-3
"Match up and had two home runs on George Springer at a three run shot as Tom double up the Orioles 6 three and roger center The third baseman hit his 25th of the season of Baltimore starter and losing pitcher Jordan lyles in the second inning then belted his 26th of the campaign in the 6th Tonight where I felt like I was in control and able to find the barrel consistently is a good sign and you know we got our most important baseball left to play The loss was costly for Baltimore and keeps the Orioles four and a half games back of the final wild card in the American League John Luther
AP News Radio
Kiner-Falefa helps Yankees squeeze past Red Sox 3-2
"A safety squeeze led the Yankees to just their second win in ten games three two at Boston Isaiah kinder falafel provided the tie breaking bun in the 9th inning to give Aaron Boone his 400th career when his Yankees manager Kind of falafel also hit his first Yankee home run tying the game two two in the 5th inning Andrew benintendi sparked the 9th fitting rally with a one out double Boston scored its runs in the fourth inning on a hit by pitch and a sacrifice fly a rolled as Chapman got four outs for the victory Scott afros worked a rocky 9th inning for his second save allowing a pair of one out singles before closing it out I'm Dave ferry
AP News Radio
Hernández HR, Blue Jays halt Guardians' 6-game win streak
"Solo home runs by my Chapman at the Oscar Hernandez led Toronto to a two one one over Cleveland at Rogers center trailing one nothing jump and hit his 23rd of the season of starter losing pitcher Tristan Mackenzie of the 5th inning followed by Hernandez 17th of the campaign to lead off the 6th I know how to have power And when I put a ghost in on the ball of the ball I go outside out of the park So right now I'm just thinking to get on base and for my teammates and for the team The Guardian 6 game winning streak comes to an end John Luther Toronto
AP News Radio
Orioles hit 4 homers in 7-4 victory over Blue Jays
"The Orioles had four home runs to back the pitching of Jordan lyles as they beat the Blue Jays 7 to four Ramon urias got the Orioles going with the three run blast in the first off starter and loser you say kikuchi Anthony Santander and Ryan Malcolm went back to back in the third and Austin Hayes hit a solo shot in the 6th We're going out expecting to win every game so I think we've been in this mindset now for the last couple of months and we're just continuing to play good baseball The Blue Jays got homers from Kevin biggio and Matt Chapman lyles improves the 9 and 8 Felix Bautista earned his 5th save Craig heist Baltimore
AP News Radio
Jays' miscues lead to Gordon run in 10th, Twins win 6-5
"Nick Gordon slams a three run Homer and scored the winning run in the tenth inning of the twins 6 5 verdict over the Blue Jays Gordon had three hits and was the automatic runner when he reached third on an error and scored on a Fielder's choice Toronto forest X ratings on ray mail tapio RBI single and I thought new Minnesota closer Jose Lopez making his twins debut Tyler O'Malley became the team's first hurler to go 6 innings since July 24th Malley allowed one hit through the first four innings before giving up homers to Matt Chapman Santiago espinal and Vladimir Guerrero junior
AP News Radio
Chapman homers, Berríos gets win as Jays beat Tigers 4-1
"Matt Chapman and Jose barrios sent the Blue Jays to their 12th win in 15 games four one versus a tigers Chapman belted a two run Homer and burritos improved to 8 and four limiting Detroit to a run in three hits over 7 innings The lone run allowed by burritos was a Homer hit by his brother in law javi Baez Chapman has 20 homers this season after going deep four times in the series Jordan Romano finished for his AL leading 24th save striking out Miguel Cabrera to end it Detroit made 7 errors in the series Four on Sunday I'm Dave ferry
AP News Radio
Reyes has three hits, Castro HRs, Tigers beat Blue Jays 4-2
"The tigers allowed just four hits in a four two victory over the Blue Jays Brian Garcia became the 15th different pitcher to start for Detroit this season allowing two runs over three and two thirds will best retired four batters to get the win The Blue Jays lost all star right hander Alec manoa in the 6th inning after he was hit on the right elbow by Jonathan scopes comebacker The team said x-rays revealed no fracture Harold Castro provided a two run single Willie Castro homered for the second straight game and Victor Reyes had three hits for the tigers Matt Chapman homeward for the third time in two games but the Jays lost for the second time in three games since the 7 game winning streak I'm Dave ferry
AP News Radio
Chapman 2 HRs, Kikuchi wins in return as Jays top Tigers
"Much up and had a pair of home runs as Toronto down Detroit 5 three at roger center The Chase third baseman had a two run shot in the fourth off starter Tyler Alexander then a solo blasted left field in the 6th for his 18th home run of the season When I let it come to me you know good things happen And for me to be able to just produce and help guys and take some of the pressure off the top of the lineup is huge Willie counter won Jonathan scope had solo home runs for Detroit He was a coochie went 5 innings giving up a run and two hits for the victory he improves to four and 5 Jordan Romano picked up his 22nd save John leatherbee to run
The Eric Metaxas Show
Greg Laurie Discusses the Faith Journey of John Lennon
"To my friend pastor Greg Laurie of harvest church in Southern California, the author of many books, the new one is called Lennon Dylan Alice and Jesus spiritual biography of rock and roll. So Greg, you're sharing some fascinating stuff that John Lennon called in, I mean, I had heard that he was watching Christian TV kind of hanging out in the Dakota during this strange period in the 70s kind of raising his son there just being a house husband and watching Christian TV and that he called up Billy Graham's whatever called up the number on the screen and professed faith in Christ and then you said wrote about it in his diary. Yeah, I wrote about his new film faith in his diary and he recorded two Christian songs. If you go to YouTube and Google John Lennon comet Christian songs, you'll find that they were rough songs, one almost made it on his final album, a double fantasy. But even a double fantasy, you can see him beginning to soften. He writes in his song beautiful boy about his sunshine before you go to sleep, see a little prayer every day and every way gets better and better. John was changing. Now, here's a tragedy, and we all know that. John was murdered by Mark David Chapman. And so I begin this book with this statement. There'll be three surprises when we get to heaven. Number one, some of the people we thought would be there won't be there. Number two, some of the people we never thought would be there will be their number three, we will be there. So here's my premise on John Lennon, because I wasn't there at that moment. He did survive the shooting. They put him in the back of a police car and rushed him to the hospital. The officer asked him, do you know who you are? John did if in the final moments of his life, John called out to the Jesus. He professed faith in his prayer would have been heard just as surely as Jesus heard the prayer of the thief on the cross. So
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Justice Department Investigating Trump as Part of J6 Probe
"Washington Post reporting the Justice Department is investigating president Donald Trump's action as part of its criminal probe of efforts to overturn the 2020 election results. According to four people familiar, they are questioning witnesses before a grand jury. And that's all we know. And here's what I'm here to tell you. Just wait, just wait. Always just wait. There is no story until there's a story. I think it would be reckless in the extreme to prosecute Donald Trump for the actions of one 6, his inaction, in other words, it would be unprecedented. And I don't know what law that would proceed under. The electoral count act is subject to interpretation. There was a wrong interpretation in my view, but not in illegal one by John eastman. The old dean at Chapman with whom I worked for many years in old friend and he was wrong on that, but it wasn't a criminal act, and so I think this is all kind of show for the hard left, never Trump crowd.
Asian American History 101
"chapman" Discussed on Asian American History 101
"You're listening to Asian American history one O one, a podcast about Asian American history from generally known historical happening to the deeper cuts that we don't hear about in school, where your hosts, Jen and Ted, the daughter and father team. Welcome to season two episode 22, lots of twos. This is another installment of our midweek interview series. Today we are so excited to share a conversation with Yvonne Chapman. Ivan Chapman is a Calgary born woman of Chinese descent. Horizon acting has been relatively swift after moving from Calgary Alberta to Vancouver, British Columbia..
All Songs Considered
"chapman" Discussed on All Songs Considered
"Bar or have a class with. And Francesca, you write in your essay about how important her music was to you in graduate school. Can you talk a little bit about what kept you returning to her music after you had that initial, incredible experience watching her perform. The way that on that first album, you have this combination of very politically outspoken songs like talking about a revolution or behind the wall, songs where she's really speaking truth to power. And these really private songs that feel like private songs, baby, can I hold you? As long as that feel like they still have this element of not quite being sure. And I think that my own feeling of being both put on the spot in a way to be like one of the few African American people in my program and how graduate school always encourages you to sound like you know what you're talking about even if you don't or that you totally everything. And you know that you know all the footnotes and there's a way that you're required to have a kind of confidence. We all do our best to profess that confidence even if we don't have it. But also that sense of still being in formation and I often think maybe other academics like myself are people who postponed are full adulthood until after we've done all the check marks of the goals of our education because we don't have enough time to really reflect and for me Tracy Chapman was an album where I could go into myself and really think about questions that I had and not have full answers. Could you tell us about a particular song that you remember listening to that really exemplifies this quality of kind of being not totally determined and these personal elements of her music? One of the ones that I love the most is for my lover, which is a kind of peculiar song because it is this sort of country break in the middle of everything. It's got the twang. It's got the slight guitar. It's got the synthesizer that sounds like it's a harmonica. It really sounds a little bit like the old west. In the song though, Tracy Chapman is singing about love against the odds and kind of what it means to be an outlaw lover. The ways that she talks about being surveyed by the outside, like whether it's through the medical establishment or the law, they're just these ways that to me speaks to the history of LGBT to folks, the line where she says, every day I'm psychoanalyzed for my lover for my lover, they dope me up and I tell them lies. I love that part because there's this true resistance spirit, but at the same time there's also this feeling like she's the fool, you know, for loving so hard and so there's also that element of uncertainty that is also.
The Emma Guns Show
"chapman" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Show. My guest in this episode with the podcast is Tom Chapman. Tom is the founder of the Lions barber collective. He's an award winning barber author public speaker, global barber director and international educator. I saw Tom give a talk back in October 2021. We were both at professional beauty on the timely stage, and I was very lucky to get to hear him give his talk and I knew immediately I wanted to chat to him on the show as I thought his insights would be something that you, my most excellent listeners would find interesting and potentially helpful. Tom started the lines barber collective after losing a friend to suicide and the mission of the collective is to reduce male suicide rates by encouraging men to talk, while they get a twin, an appointment that might seem superficial, but which involves close contact and thrust, and the lion's barber collectives work has had a meaningful impact on his reveal previously. This can be lifesaving. While I know it's lifesaving, we've saved lives and I hope we continue to save others. And Tom's work highlights something that I think perhaps gets overlooked in the beauty industry. And I know lions barber collective obviously is focused more on men because of the experience that Tom had. But just let's look at the industry as a whole. That's the value and intimacy of the relationship we have with our beauty professionals. I know I've opened up to hairdressers in the past or I've been having a wax and I told my waxer who's a friend who becomes a friend about something that may be going on at work that I haven't told anyone else. They provide a safe space where people can often feel more at ease and comfortable to open up about what's really going on and about how they are really feeling. And I was blown away by his insights and how obvious it is that spotting red flags, knowing how to speak to people who may be struggling is something that anyone working in beauty, anyone who has close physical contact with their customers clients and or patients depending on what field you work in, should be an essential part of the training, in the same way that help and safety is, because it is health and safety after all, right? So I invite him on the show to share his insights and to spread the word, you may not think a hair appointment and eyelash tin or a leg wax has the potential to save a life. But when you hear Tom's experiences, when you hear Tom's insights when you hear what Tom's work has achieved, you may change your mind. So during this conversation we discuss creating a safe space for people to talk. And this is relevant whether you are giving somebody a blow dry, giving them a fade or whether you're just talking to a friend, his insights oral value. And especially for men for whom opening up about mental health can be more of a challenge with a little bit more of a stigma attached to it. We discuss how to ask helpful questions and to do so in a way that validates somebody's feel, feelings, feels, rather than minimizing them. And there's some really interesting insights that Tom's Tom shares in the episode on that. He also shares the signs to watch out for to spot if somebody may be struggling with their mental health, just things to keep an eye on, and if you are in the position of seeing somebody, semi regularly, maybe you are working with them, maybe you work with them whatever it might be, just something to notice so that things don't come as a shock, maybe you might have spotted a decline, perhaps. Why you won't give someone ideas if you broach a conversation with them that might seem difficult or sensitive. And why we need to offer support to people who work in beauty and grooming to offload after a day of constant interaction with people in much more. Now, just to that point, he says something on the show, which is so obvious counselors, therapists, anyone who works in that kind of line of work has somebody to offload to has a kind of a debrief at the end of their working day because it can be a lot, but that isn't something that's afforded to people who work in beauty people who work in close contact in the way that hairdressers, beauty professionals do. And this is all work he's trying to do to change that to really support people who work in this industry. So I'm really delighted to share this conversation and hope that we can achieve that we can achieve some changes to how beauty professionals educated so that this becomes part of the training. I'll let you Tom do the talking for now as you can tell, it's something I feel quite passionately about and you'll hear exactly how passionate how passionate Tom is about it too. I will put the link to Tom to the Lions barber collective to his TED Talk to his books because I think his fourth book has just been published. I'll put all of the links to those things in the show notes, but for now, I'm delighted to welcome Tom Chapman onto.
"chapman" Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"And my next guest. Is the owner of the charm city skate park venue for skateboarders inline skaters and bmx bikers offering skating and events. We have jason chapman on a podcast. Welcome to the podcast Doing well thank you for making the time. Thank you for hopping on. So i this this is this is ted. This munson. glad. We're able to get a third time trying. This is our third time trying. Yeah so i. I think this one's gonna work. Yeah i guess the third time literally charm yes. Chump cities arc so How'd you get into skateboarding. That is long story So when i was a kid My brother was in the navy. He's kind of like my hero and navy skateboarding by way. Navy again is weird but he I felt talk gone around the same time. And i was like oh shit jets six. So we're in the planes real bad. No end of this thing called the kids card It in its equivalent of rotc. But it's a little more heavy duty 'cause we actually drilled with like the The reservist the navy reserves in fort. Mchenry no i would be at at the navy reserve yard on the weekend. Doing true and i was testing like really well for planes That was like my the whole field. That i was going to and they They okay so you next year I wanted to test your isolate intern down colorblind. I can't fly jet if you're on them. I don't know if it's changed because they have all kinds of You can get correct surgery and Same classes in context handled colored Finance at this point but back then it wasn't a thing so like later and i quit like a a and that like the exact day that equity that assault wants to people skateboarding. My neighborhood and i was like oh shit they. They had a jump ramped out so they were like jokes in the joe brand getting air and like getting all right. Well we can't do it with a plane gets escape right. And that's how that is literally exactly outlet and then i just never stops keyboarding. So that's that's kind of the thing is like taking taking something that it didn't quite work out in the way. Maybe you were intending this like. Oh well mike my causes somewhere else so and speaking on. Maybe the mission. Right mission of charm cityscape park. So i gave that thousand foot view of kind of with the venue is about what the venue does. But you know if you wanted to like run it by someone. What is the mission of escape. Art should wow forget. So i started actually show.
"chapman" Discussed on Spoon Mob
"Maybe open a butcher shop. So we've been talking about a shop for oh since husky multiple friends and i Pretty much lay anyone who took over as the butcher after me. We've always had like the discussion of we should do this. You know like we would crush this. But it's kinda like you talked about earlier in And which you hit on where it's just it. Works is a lot of years where it's going to be tough. I don't know if that's it for me. Maybe i'll go work in her shop. You know to see the old man behind the counter. Like i'm totally fine with that. So data noah condition forever age will catch up at some point. So yeah. we're i think we're hopefully moves here. Chapman's will will will continue growing. And i can start to shake my way out of there on a daily basis and just get into another form of it. Who knows i mean. i'm. I'm enjoying it again being being in the kitchen so i'm just trying to find the best that we can. We can do right now so my retirement plan is to make grow cheese sandwiches at a golf course. That's how i want to retire. So i just wanna make bomb ass grilled cheese sandwiches at the turn so and hopefully get some free goals out of few more questions for you. Handful of questions we ask everybody so everybody can get kind of a compare contrast who would you say is the biggest influence on your culinary career thus far looking back on it My dad mainly from a work ethic aspect of that man busted his ass every day of his life and still does to this day. He used to take bacon from the butchering jobs. do landscaping so. He was constantly working. His work ethic is something that i think is rubbed off on both me and my sister. I think because that's ninety percent of of working in a kitchen. Is this work ethic in showing up every day and tried to do everything you can. So what's the one item in the kitchen that you can't live without can't be knife. Though this machine having a hand wash dishes would break you At six when it goes down like you feel it the restaurant so yet i say this. What's the one thing in a restaurant that you wouldn't fix yourself like this thing breaks and you're like i don't care what it costs for. Somebody come fix it. i'm not touching it. I'm not doing it. That i'm gonna stay the district scene. It's just like that technical. I'm not good at a mechanical things necessarily. Yeah it's anything electric. I don't i respect Way too much. What's a restaurant. you'd recommend. That isn't chapman. So you know somebody gets stuck overnight at the airport you know..
Pants On Fire
"chapman" Discussed on Pants On Fire
"How long have you been down there days. You must be starving. Mommy and daddy mommy. Say down the tunnel. You don't wanna do that. Your parents asked me to come here if there was ever any trouble sir. One climbing the ladder on the air out a girl iowa. Just you and me. I'm gonna take good care of you why to i see four or four and she and rhinos elephants. Why i see three. In wales jesse media percents chapman and the last dog a movie length audio adventure. Happy animals stories. Tell us hundreds of years ago the earth warmed and the waters rose life as it existed before was washed away. Great cities disappeared beneath the waves and our ancestors fled to dry ground. He built new villages towns on the banks of dangerous rivers and lakes some say before the floods earthquakes old was filled with creatures of all. Save some sizes animals that could fly through the air and swim in the seas..
Pants On Fire
"chapman" Discussed on Pants On Fire
"Hey there christine from gnc media. And i'm here to tell you about our next great show. Iwa chapman in the last dog. It launches august second in. Its our very first feature length. Podcast so so what does feature length podcast me. It means that it's one file the length of a movie in this case three hours long. So there's no waiting every week for episodes to drop it's one story all at once. It's a movie for your ears. Set hundreds of years in the future when our planet has become a very different place in animals have all but disappeared. It's the story of iowa. Chapman a teenage girl who finds what might be the last remaining dog. The role of iowa chapman is played by sway bhatia of succession in mighty fame and dogo. The dog is played by. Michael winslow best known as the sound effects. Wizard larval jones in the police academy films. It's a thrilling adventure. Listeners of ages will enjoy so go and subscribe or follow iowa chapman in the last dog at apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever else you like to listen right now as a special treat. Here is the first opening eight minutes of iowa chapman and the last dog creatures hiding somewhere in the hot. I think i hear a breathing. Sounds like it has to be claws and sharp teeth escape from the for big moods or crawled from the depths of the dark waters kitchen behind the sack of green careful. Now careful to help us. We're there it's me mommy. I chapman the creature. I'm always the creature. Oh that's right. So what kind of animal are you today. Maybe one of those. What do you call them up. Rhinoceroses a grizzly bear fan as animals. Right daddy it's time. We talked about something you know that song. We always get her out of here. No one story about their fire. Machines be right there with the forest cardio. I don't think so. Somebody must have talked. I'll handle them. You put i want tunnel. Come on a chance to get past that dr the letter. I'll careful with your foot and here take your teddy bear. What about you daddy. We'll find you. That's climbdown say they're your mother and i talked to the regulators k. Don't we down here. it's just for a minute or two beetle bucking and if someone comes to find you someone who's not me or your mom you down the tunnel and pull the rope you pull the rope and then you run as fast as you can but gone you and teddy saying that silly song you lover but not too loud okay. Tunnel the tunnel for taking the animals to haven where the animals live. The ones that are left. I'll see you soon..
F1: Beyond The Grid
"chapman" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid
"He had a great feel for and sensitivity for the car and he and chapman when they they were connecting the headed great chemistry and a great understanding about what he wanted and he was still massively passionate about driving and his commitment to doing the job. Very good in all honesty that first year. It wasn't a great year because the cows ready. They've been at their peak. The previous year had an advantage and then in seventy nine they'd be really taken by improved versions of the seventy nine. I was impressed with marrow's commitment and focus on regardless of how competitive the car was of. just doing. the job is a great guy billy. I loved mary. Things a tremendous ambassador. Was there anyone inside lotus. At the time who begrudged. Barrio the constant touring and froing across the atlantic because he was still based primarily back in the states. Wasn't he yeah he was. I don't think anybody begrudge that at all. Because they knew any arrived he was going to. You know use gonna give it everything. He had in the time that i was lied when he was which was two years. I never saw really so once where he was compromised by racing. The state's racing and living in the states and racing europe. Did you sense. The relationship between chapman and andretti was chapman. And clark part to di chapman ever talk about it in those towns. Well i don't know what part one was like. That no had a real affection for mario here. You know at the time. It saying. I guess naievety age. It was in reality when i ride. Legislators was eleven years after clock have been killed so to me. It was a long time ago. But i'm sure it was actually still very very fresh. In chapman's mine. Probably he was forever. I think in mary found somebody you could communicate with. He believed in he. He respected. But i don't think he ever phone that sort relationship with anybody every mary was probably. The closest was chapman's genius. Still evident in those latter years if it was because his genius was was his his mindset is his attitude he questioned everything he never told you how to do something suddenly not me but he. I learned an awful lot. Because when i got it wrong i knew a row. He made that very clear. But it was the vizquel incredible experience to spend years where i have to say the genius. wasn't just in terms of conceptualizing at new cairo engineering. The car of the track he. He had such a asserted mind really. It's always wonderful to hear about the incredible work of colin chapman. Who is a bit of a hero of mine. He was a true innovator in his field. Not only from technical point of view but also on the business side of formula one as well and if something that interests you.
Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"chapman" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"And then you know just get rid of a couple of other guys that we don't need agreed we're gonna take a quick break where we come back The garrett cole phenomenon. Welcome back to the yard podcast. Think you and i are in alignment like there's maybe. We're not in alignment. But i'm not worried about. I'm still not worried about gary cole- long term. I think you can have this conversation into parts. i'm not. I'm not worried about gear. Long-term the stuff is there. He's throwing a hundred. The curve is nasty. the location is bad. He is learning how to pitch again without the aid of something that was very helpful to him but that did not help him become the number one overall pick and did not help him learn to throw one hundred miles an hour and did not help him take advantage of his pitch profile. Which when he was in pittsburgh he was a very good pitcher who did not throw the top of the zone. Who got rocked. On home runs on low fastballs et cetera and learn to relocate when he went to houston. Now he's gotta learn something else. I think he might have a little trouble for low while here. He's also still an all-star like that selection was not ridiculous. Chapman selection was deranged even at his slightly better area before he went on his twenty. Two point. five. Oh run in. Recent weeks didn't Not retiring better in saturday's game to sunday's outright hilarious very very funny but colts still you know one hundred thirty five one hundred five innings all star selection era under three major league pitcher and probably as. I'm not that worried about his status. You know in regard to the game in general however Prior to the spider revelations prior to all of this his yankee career sort of been defined. By what a great start in the wildcard playoffs a one zero victory at field this year which was sort of a a real jaw dropper. Like a great. Okay awesome although the rays strike out a lot and the raise offenses not wonderful and you know not being punked by the raises isn't gonna go and gary colds hall of fame plaque. But then again the homerun bugaboo The you know. Dom smith homerun the first inning. Is it too much to ask to get out of that. First inning unscathed..
Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"chapman" Discussed on Yanks Go Yard: A New York Yankees podcast
"Please don't bring him in. He cannot handle the moment. He cannot bail this team out. He's rarely ever been the guy to to be known for that. And aaron boone's hands are tied because he has to make the by the book decisions in order to not draw more from the fan base. Even when he's doing that those are not working out and chapman has been a big symptom of that problem. And i just don't. I don't care what you get for him. I don't i really don't care. Just get a top. Thirty prospects sent him to a contender. I'm sure somebody else will be happy to take him some team. Who needs some relief help. Who's on the cusp of contention. Lot other teams are in contention. This year that we hadn't previously expected to be so there's gonna be a market for relievers. The are going to have to sell low. I just think it. The damage has been done with chapman. Ineptitude in the postseason now not being able to save the yankees when they're on the ropes in the regular season. Look the yankees are what the mets are forty four or forty three and thirty seven or forty two and forty one and everyone thinks the mets are having a the season. That new york has been hoping for the difference really. Isn't that much but the expectations for the yankees are different. They do have a chance. To rebound but i don't think they're chance of rebounding is with this entire core. They need to make some changes. You need to make a mini retool. And i think that will revitalize them in some asi but it starts with. Just get rid of chapman. Nobody cares anymore. Nobody likes him yet. We traded the wrong reliever to the red sox. How awesome would it be to a foisted chapman on boston for a salary dump or whatever like all their fans are on their high horses about you know the yankees employing chapman as if yankee fans as if we love our oldest chapman. No he's a blight. He's the worst part of our fandom. By far and i will not lose one wink of sleep if the as managed to send him somewhere else and any performs. Let's say he dominates wherever he goes. I didn't care rate. Don't don't care at all and if your power ranking people that i wouldn't care if they dominated elsewhere by far and away number one is number two. I don't have any of these people in my life. And if they put a buffo numbers in seattle or san diego okay. Fine don't get just simply do not care. I mean in terms of who. You're trying to sell off at the deadline. Chapman is jabeen is obviously number one. It's not close. there's no one. In chapman's chapman is on the top of mount everest. And everybody else is just at basecamp being that's pretty tall mountain Huge number one number two is accurate britain for for monetary reasons. Everybody who's at the top of this list is in the bullpen. But if you can get somebody to take brittany get somebody to buy into the fact that he is going to be theoretically healthy soon. Then yeah great if somebody would like to take accurate to Sad i was excited when he opted back in. I've barely seen him this year. When i have been giving up home runs. Carlos santana and screaming as he limps off the mound in boston. Because of course thinking go our way It was it was cool seeing the spend money on britain's option and but it was uncool. Everything that's happened since then. No thank you chad green. I do think there is a discussion. That must be had around selling chad green. It's a tough one but when you're evaluating these relievers and trying to decide if a reliever is part of the future or not You know some teams. It's easier to do yankees. It's difficult right because often on these middling teams you're like is x..
The Short Porch
"chapman" Discussed on The Short Porch
"Martin luther roles chapman he comes into game nevertheless besides garrett cole spike eric cole. Not pitching well in game one on saturday. Yankees held a lead going into the final into seventh-inning technically the tonight inning seventh-inning and chattering green had just done out of a jam in the sixth inning using two pitches and they still bring. We've traveled struggles. Have been well documented. And they still decide to bring in a role the cabin somebody out. This man gets zero outs zero recorded. I'm sorry this isn't something sincerity. This summit Zero outs one. Hit the will and the one hit was pena lonzo who everyone knows the book. Impede alonzo right. Now it's well it's just well known. Demand cannot hit a high fastball. Right now all year you struggle with this pitch you throw a breaking ball. He's a chance to sit on it. And if you make a mistake he's gonna hit it out but he cannot hit a high fastball roles chapman who starts at bat with three relatively high fastballs these ahead one two and he decided to throw a slider which he hangs impede alonzo crushes the title game and then he hits conforto because he can't throw strikes and he walks mcneil and leaves the game first and second. Nobody offer look as lookie who seems to always come in these days just horrific situations and resembles situation. That's terrible he's this. Poor guy cannot come into cleaning like if he just gave him all his money and his contract nope baseload nobody up and then of course The mets score five more runs the innings to go up ten five win this game. Ten five and seven a complete another meltdown. Chapman like mardi semi four erase. Twenty two point. Two four yeah at again somehow someway they had this stirring up in the bullpen in game. Two to all era was like i think iran even settling. You gotta bring in chapman. The clear sound like no. No you don't you. You do not have if he brought in. And i know hal is said that i have a point to make this like palace. Aaron boone is right elitist team. He's not firing him three days after he says that although that would be hilarious if he brings in chapman and he blows the two games a one day. You like literally. You're trying to lose your job. It's very obvious wouldn't wanna manage move forward. He's like hey i am. I don't want to resign. I want you to fire me. But like i'm i'm trying to sabotage the team. So he didn't do all chapman out a ball and was out there storing. Don't know why. But you know he chattering come in and he was staying and he was great but roles jabbing moon vote here. I'm sorry man you're not my closer. We just can't be lower petra oversee house ago so this that that's that's that's i aged eighteen.
"chapman" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Hey everybody. Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez. Here today. i have the privilege of having the amazing steve chapman with us. He is not terrace. Chief executive officer and serves on the company's board of directors. Mr chapman joined nato in two thousand ten as the vice president of sales later becoming chief commercial officer and then chief operating officer as coo. He led the company's commercial entry into the highly competitive noninvasive. Prenatal testing market in which the company's panorama test became the market leader despite being forced to market. Mr chapman was appointed ceo in january of twenty nineteen and has been instrumental in extending the terrace core technology to address new oregon health and ecology markets achieving rapid commercial growth for the prosperity transplant test and establishing the terrace leadership in molecular residual disease testing with another product. They have called tara since he became. Ceo of notre terre is achieved a year on year revenue growth of over forty percent and has consistently outperformed earnings expectations prior to the tara. Mr chapman worked at genzyme genetics where he was credited with delivering record-breaking commercial growth and strategies that change pregnancy genetic testing. He's no stranger to this genetic testing environment and today. I'm i'm privileged to have him here. He actually started his career as a researcher in the department of human genetics had way designing raise identifying. snp's associated with multiple sclerosis. Just an incredible individual Very brilliant mind and super excited a chat with him today. So steve really appreciate you joining us if they saw a really appreciate you having me great to be here absolutely the work you're doing is a huge difference. Steve you guys around the cutting edge of genetic testing and how were actually using it to make a difference. What inspires your work in the space. The diagnostics base in genetics. Today testing particular is very fast growing sector of the healthcare market. It's very exciting. There's a lot of change very fast paced with innovation It's a very exciting place to be the all. But i think my inspiration. His grown over time to be more about the impact that we're making on patients and a lot of that has to a my personal experiences as having kids using the products using genetic testing important growing. My family it's really shown me you know our personally impacted gatien's on a day-to-day basis. And now i look. We moved to cancer. Moving away from prenatal hells having had friends and family.
The Dan Patrick Show
"chapman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"That's a long time ago. I had mashburn on jamal. Mashburn on my other pod to josh hopkins. The rex chapman show and had mashburn a few weeks ago or a month or so ago he was going through. He said you know that year. The first year i came in we had a great year but we couldn't make the tournament we were on probation. I said sorry. I did not go thirteen and thirteen that year that year. They're on probation. Patino they may they may have they may have. I don't know i lose track around. I did a story on kentucky basketball that year of but was that the chris mills fedex. You know well crew might if. I would have stayed in school and gone on to be a junior. Our team would have been Myself chris mills eric. Manual laurent ellison shawn kemp. Oh this swat. That's a squad. That's that's an that's an ncaa investigation is what it. It never materialized shawn kemp. Wasn't it that eddie. Sutton son took his. Sat tests for allegedly. You're you're confusing stories. Okay yeah but yeah. That was all kind of going. It's easy to get confused when it comes to kentucky basketball there rex. Those were so damn. That's what i meant many titles. That's what you're talking. You should be wearing your uniform tonight. You're you're you're phoenix. You got a lotta uniforms. Maybe just wear my uniform. That would be great. Just go with your socks and your shoes just walk in. Yeah sox tate and nobody's gonna think. Wow that's really rex. Chapman it'd be like dude. Is dressing like rex chapman. I i did that one year for halloween here. Who dressed up as you. yeah way. Where were you sober at the time. You're fifty fifty jump. Who knows have fun tonight. Behave okay thank. That's a rex. Chapman and his podcast is charges. It's great revealing. He sent me a couple of episodes that i got the kind of screen for him but he's still great. Take a break back after this. Thanks for listening to the dan. Patrick show podcast be sure to catch us live every weekday morning nine until noon eastern six to nine pacific on fox sports radio and you can find us on the iheartradio app at fsr or stream. It live on.
How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"chapman" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"We still see as a negative thing. I've that i don't have should reality. nice doors. Actually we all do have mental health. Because we won't have a brain. We'll suffer loss. We will have disappointment. We've all had those moments. Look into maryvale. I was looking back. Oh and and that is just out journeys we all. Their folders suv think about henderson nevada. Ob titian if you go into a nights. How birthdays weddings christenings yet. Least new jobs job interviews. They're will Role divorces funerals recessions with all these high points of people's lives. So we're going to be dealing with so we just need the skills to make ourselves safe as well as the consul in the well. I'm all for you on bringing that fru and i'm absolutely convinced that you'll see that fruit because you have the journey that you have been on tom you again what you wanna listen to. Your podcast has been incredible The first podcast you back a little bit. I guess sometimes today because in two thousand seventeen you had your silent took it about. You was raising your. You're talking about you then and you would. But we muggsy covered about lions bob. He wasn't a registered charity. I mean that wasn't straightforward. Was it just to get a position that was that was that was difficult and i was. Actually it's new to me. I've gone to industry stem hunt. Charon cut hair and have great interactions create create so going doing out constitutions for charity sandy of the chargers least phenomenal Really you blow me away. And i said in the previous podcast for people across the industry..
The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"chapman" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"For a number of different reasons. One of them is that he is willing to talk openly and vulnerably to help people in a way that is pretty uncommon so rex chapman story came through miami stardom. At a young age college basketball star. Everyone loved high. Flyer came to the miami heat for awhile. Played for a few different teams but rex. Thank you for being on with us. Because he's got a new podcast out Charges with rex chapman. We'll talk about that in a second. But what i'd like the audience to know is the way that you talk about some of the stuff you've lived dude the way the new talk about some of the stuff that you've been through is more honest than most places. I hear especially in sports. Especially where people care about how they're perceived i. I wish i hadn't done done stuff to have to talk about it. But i have Yeah you know what. I thanks for having me on. I miss seeing poppy everyday. Not used so much but hoppy i miss by yes. You're not alone there. Rex thank you. I know i gave the asshole television show and he's stolen from it he just stole from. I'm aware thank you Now but no. Thanks for having me. I you know that year in miami was fine. We weren't very good but You know i came down there and got to know you set sat with many days after practices and whatnot. Yeah dan i played forever Played in college played an nba. Got a very sick. I got a significant Painkiller problem when i finished playing doctor gave me oxycontin for a routine Appendix surgery in two thousand and for about eighteen months. I spent the better part of that time. Just in a fog of oxycontin. I was taken. Maybe forty bike in ten oxycontin day. Just chewing them up and getting them into my system. And i spent thirteen fourteen years just in and out of rehab and whatnot got in trouble in two thousand fourteen arrested went to jail had to go back to rehab finally got clean and you know for last night was two thousand fourteen so for the last six or seven years. It's been trying to you know. Continue to do the next right thing doing things like this. Amazing 'cause i remember time. Five years ago i was toxic toxic. Nobody wanted to talk to me so it's just been a process. I've got a lot of good friends that have helped me build my life back up and couldn't be more thankful one of the reasons i love talking to athletes. Who were as vulnerable as you though. Because this is what i always thought from afar. And i don't know you this way this way rex but i always thought that wherever it is. That pain medication killer started. I thought that was partially about the body. And i'm watching from faraway. But i'm like oh this guy doesn't know how to deal with the end of his identity and sports dying. It's so much easier. I don't think this is physical. I think this emotional. It is so hard to make that transition wrecks and you a star early. Yeah you're you're you're spot on its arrested development you know. I probably didn't really develop much past age. Seventeen or eighteen even into my thirties and forties. So i went straight from playing and it was you know had seven surgeries my last three years. And you know i was hurt a lot. I just was dying to play. I would do anything to play. So yeah i just It probably started with supposed to be for pay but for sure it was the first for the psychological not dealing with you know i was in a tough marriage because of me and my depression and you know sort of mental illness. Kinda stuff And i started self medicating and that's that's pretty much it. It took me. You know. Till i'm forty five years old before I really took stock of what was going on inside my own head. Try to figure out. Why was doing things so you are trying to bear looking You were trying to bury looking at it right. You didn't want to look at the analysis that comes with i. My career is over. This is who i've always been. I'm supposed to grieve this now in my thirties. I gotta agree. I've got the rest of my life ahead of me. But i i don't want to look at this. I'm because rex the amount that you were using. I've heard you talk about the detail that is crazy. Yeah l. is just a good thing that i i wasn't a drinker if i was a drinker during that time and mixing that with alcohol for sure be dead. I have friends that have died. You know obviously we know of the famous people. Who've died from opioids in this kind of this epidemic over the last twenty years. I feel fortunate to be here to be able to to share the story. I remember being in rehab and rick pitino came to see me in rehab and I was in louisville and he came and he said he looked at me. And i was crying and just numb kinda and i said i'm toxic. Nobody's ever going to want anything to do with me and you know. He just looked at me and said rex. You're going to help a lot of people with the story. This is your story and it snapped back and said this is not my story. Guess what dad. It's my story. rex you are. I can say this without equivocation. I imagine this is the life. You've lived your help and a hell of a lot more people now than you ever did. When you were flying across the sky for anybody with a basketball yeah i hope so. I hope so. 'cause it's not fun to talk about. I'd rather come on and talk about the the nets and the bucks and the sons. The sons in the nuggets last night. But i you know gotta gear up for it. And i honestly because i'll go speak to. You know i speak to groups and whatnot. And i'm kinda gotta get motivated to do it. 'cause it's it's painful every time you know when i think about but think about shoplifting. The apple store. I did that. I did that what i mean i. It just doesn't i dan. You know. I had never been in trouble with my life. Never done a thing wrong. Been sort of a a model. Nba off the court guy and so to reconcile that day in and day out still at this point is still difficult. Take us through because this has become a part of who you are. But i want people to understand the specifics wrecks of how this happens to somebody because i can totally picture that this only happens because your living a life unexamined right. I would fit a whole lot of people. Think well pain pain. And he's trying to get on the court. The emotional part of this i think is harder than the physical part of it and the physical heart is. The physical part is planning hard. Yeah very much. So the you know really is just basically boiling down to know what i had no idea for so long. What was from the time. I was in college. You know when from the outside looking in in the eighties. I'm sure people thought. I had the world by the tail. And maybe maybe i did. And maybe i should have felt that way. But i didn't. I can remember being in college and just wanting to spend most of the time now wasn't practicing in the bed for sure signs of depression and then i got into the nba and most of my teammates. I was the youngest player in the league. At nineteen kareem was forty one. Most of my teammates were married. So i'd go to practice. And i'd come home and i didn't drink or spoke or party or anything like that and i would sleep and i would so.
"chapman" Discussed on Something Who
"We can afford a skit carnation streets. Okay now she's joining doctor. Who oh wow okay. We got loads if he would talk about that. Okay so who who can give me. Let's talk to george galaxia because maybe he can give us a more ground level view of a friend rather than automatically going for the showbiz coastal owns. and then. How do we talk about liz off the doctor. Who and and how do we talk about. Oh she's come back in two thousand and six l. notes people can talk about that and it's kind of feast or famine noor kind of areas. Where you think. I could blow my budget and my filming days on loads of people talk about doctor. Who but. I don't need loads people talk about topics here. I need three. People may be to talk about about seventy s doctor here and so i walked home. I want fella pinch cliff. I want a. I was really interested. Actually i had initially thought of having louise jameson involved. Because i thought while you came after so did you work but obviously particularly someone like louise is very emotionally savia. Intelligent has been around. The convention sec so can suddenly give your perspective on liz. the is and also that that baton passing Of yes of liz..
How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"chapman" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry
"Just shared with us is head dot com artie. What is head on comedy but maybe just take you back a little bit and high. We actually Actually came a rides I because this this quite story behind it really. It was something head called with something. That's I originally set up Ten years ago And cardiff really never put on the dog hole. But it was. It was mostly the fact that being a headdress. Dining cole will I worked with brands over the years. But i felt like was it was a really difficult task to be able to get involved in. Show work or Campaign work all the different elements within our industry Kinda felt isolated. Dining cole mullan even been linked up with Brown served years to get onto the autistic teams kind of always felt like we will be forgotten. Dining dinan sunny cold war which actually writing spice inside but but the so head dot com kind of started off raise as a basis for me to be able to get the opportunity to branch into other areas of the industry and it really started with a bunch of friends. It was all friends I worked with the industry. None of them working in london. Everybody was in the small times upside villages outside of london. And i kind of took myself to to really try and get tsitsi for people. The headdresses started settled owners. That what it to work within other sectors of the head world But didn't want to make that transition to london. Didn't want to move to london. I mean. I didn't have the blessings of big brands night So the opportunities always felt like they were They were further away than evening. Grasping range so. So i kind of just put my head diamonds. Did a lot of free work an awful lot. Free work a serious about if miles traveling from coal to whatever anybody wanted me to go to actually build it as as we as i was building it it was just friends friends that buddies of mine that will be within the industry that wants to get involved and i pulled him into fight shapes different campaigns and slowly into tv work as i entered into a tv hairdresser which would be old by. By six years ago now Head dot com kind of developed from that basis. So this lots of names within had dot com. Which will mentioned later that were were that right from the very beginning even before anybody even even before even you had co