17 Burst results for "Cheriton"

"cheriton" Discussed on Two Friends Talk History

Two Friends Talk History

04:49 min | 8 months ago

"cheriton" Discussed on Two Friends Talk History

"And now i feel bad about it as a dea who's probably the biggest figure in terms of literary sources about magic in the greco roman world. She's the powerhouse of magic. The are vilified woman exactly. The world's worst mom killed her own children not an all version. No and some you know envious killed her rival things in there so many sources that discuss her. But i mean some of the things that are less discussed rather than her killing the children and hurt you know her feats winning the golden fleece for jason are how she brought her own father back to like restored his youth with her children and how she uses like potions that and she lives and other witches liker in the imagination. That has filtered down to us. Whether it's like you know looking at pre-raphaelite paintings and seeing these beautiful inspiring strong and for roche's women that you would wanna get on their bedside Absolutely i recently read. Natalie haynes pandora's jar. She has a chapter on medina in that where she goes through some of the different versions of the media story and it was fascinating. Because i mean medina is such a smart and multifaceted and robust character. Like she's one of the few women who there's so much going on with her. She's so clever. Nobody's really nobody's really accurate level. I actually love the version. Where after all the things that happened even after her children staff she gets to go mary. Achilles elysium khloe he gets the prototype of man like right you should get to cash prizes. And it's funny because That doesn't sound much like a punishment and gets away in in the plays and performances with the dss macintosh. She sails away on her little flying. Cheriton taken away by hermes and some apotheosis slig- thing so again nope real punishment for that which is kind of interesting and i know you're right. She is an absolute powerhouse in the world and may be deserving of her own episode exclusively knows talk for ages justice. Dear any of the figures really. I think they're so interesting. The really deep dive. But yeah i think can we look at these women. We might pitcher people. Like medea and sir see look zone. Not and heck italian in the goddesses associated with with trout even for seventy herself. But it's interesting that when you delve into conceptions of magic's was Surrounding women accused and or depicted. As which is it often has obviously misogynistic tint to it. But also it's about trying to garner some control of the world in an attempt to do so like whether it's aging or powerlessness or sense of place and that often reflected in depictions in modern media whether it's the craft. Were you know a young poor girl or teenage outcasts trying to fit it in our exactly or something. Like charmed were forces leaking..

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"cheriton" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"cheriton" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"She's one of the specials it's all about the signal the signal is the only thing that matters. It's not even that it is a thing that matters. It is the only thing that matters. you can do. Whatever the hell you want so long as you are signaling properly ale see things that you signaling properly because all of the good audio cheering her all. The blue are cheering her. I mean i tweeted out. Robespierre was not famous for going over cy and saying to marie-antoinette and company gang screw the monarchy and then eating the cake with them. If you're gonna eat associated so scary to me. I was on on the subway in new york. Not wearing my mask. And i looked over and i saw what looked like a political advertisement and said we're starting a revolution. This is about equality this is about freeing people and it's the this is what is the revolution i looked. It was an ad for old navy. Yep revolutionist sells products and this is what. aoc either doesn't understand or she does understand and she's pulling on all coal themselves. The resistance will through the trump administration. They agreed with the corporation. They read with hollywood. They agreed with the academy. They agreed with media. Agreed with pallor capitalist. The people and it's it's interesting question though. About why see. She was around a bunch of rich people and why are rich. Why would rich people embrace this message of tax the rich tax me because you know and that's the point. People are making an defense well. It's actually braver to go around. Rich people with that message. But it's not exactly the same thing. I mean if i were to go to planned parenthood fundraiser with a shirt that said you know imprison abortionists. I would probably get very different reception. You why were. They embraced the region. The reason which actually sounds like a great idea to do that. But the the reason is not number one they it's it's not serious virtuous signaling but also for these rich people. This is the ruling class. They know that okay. Yeah you raise the taxes on me a little bit. I can afford it. But also i'm in vet. You know we're all part we're all comrades were part of the same crew here so i'm investing in you and you're going to advance my ideological agenda so sure take a little bit more money. It benefits me in the end. Not so much so. Let's be frank about this. Most of the people that have very good accountants and those accountants are tasked avoiding yup great let just like every other human beings not giving charity and it's also why they're not actually bothering to sign checks that are above and beyond what they're supposed to pay to the federal government the federal government every single person that room there a provision on your tax forms that allows you to send extra money to the federal government. Now one person that has ever signed a dollar that provision because no human being has ever signed that provisioned of the irs tax form. Almost they are completely and utterly delusional. It is insane to me that we are supposed to pretend that this was some sort of act of true bravery when she's walking into a place where they are cheering cheering for her now. His there's a quote by thomas. Cheriton wilson williams put out a A a fantastic quote from stefan's wide where he says anybody who is is saying something. Supposedly revolutionary who is risking. Nothing is of course not drink anything revolutionary because she's not only risking nothing. She's benefiting from all the look sleigh queen kind of nonsense. The reason these people do this is because he gets them off the hook for the same reason the corporations at now the left is fine with all of them being wealthy. It's the reason why the left doesn't care whether athletes are wealthy. Only cover the business. People are wealthy because business people might actually live their principles but athletes signal their principles and then live like the business people within italy. Aol she though in this anybody. Anybody like this yeah. Let's rolling call that iconic. Yeah they did absolutely because. I'm sure that that you know some of us have read tom. Wolf's radical chic. Yeah this is all just radical chic. The single greatest political essay written read it. It's it's a an essay about leonard bernstein holding a dinner barney unbelievable and And the whole this chapter of the book which was originally a cover in new york magazine before new york magazine was complete trash. Anza and the entire articles about leonard burst the conductor hosting the black panthers in his in his penthouse apartment. All these celebrities and all these white celebrities are fawning over these exotic revolutionaries and the exotic are saying directly to them. Yeah you know when the time comes. We're gonna kill you we're asking and all these people clapping for them and cheering for them. And the thing is that in this particular analogy is not the black panthers. She's leonard bernstein. Putting on the cap right. Joseph conrad's the secret agent this exact scene where she hosts this woman the rich woman who hosts all the radicals in town who actually blowing up and killing children all this. But she's hosting them and they keep saying to you know you're next and she goes yes. I know it's so this week. Young man forty two. And yet i had to subject myself to humiliations have been older man of forty five and get a colonoscopy. Oh my god. Welcome to the club pal. It was not great great. Would be the official crucial. Oh you don't know what fun it really. The only time and jeremy's life has not been bullshit. You're not they. Clean you up. But all i did.

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"cheriton" Discussed on SMRPodcas

SMRPodcas

08:15 min | 10 months ago

"cheriton" Discussed on SMRPodcas

"Today is sunday september twelfth. Two thousand twenty one this show number five hundred. Sixteen of the from our podcast. I'm your host. Rod simmons joined by my co host and partners in crime. Chris asi rob done would. This is a special episode. Because you're probably thinking. Why are we recording on sunday and not on our typical wednesday night. It's because we waited to record because we have in studio with us today and we are all in studio We got together. But we also brought in. Allison cheriton cast podcasts. We came down to have some of chris's delicious barbecue. And steve will not be on but her husband is with her as well because they came to maryland to finally physically meet chris in person because they've met robin myself But we're all here for the show. Welcome to the show. Allison thanks for having me on. This has been so to treat these going on. Oh man what a weekend. We've had so far. So chris i will make jokes and say he messed up the barbecue usa. But i've never seen so much meat in one place in my life and carry so much meat a at one time we had eighty pounds. At least at least at least i was kidding. Around that he was going to kill the fatted calf. You can kill the cow and the calf and the chickens and the fish everybody out. Allison you can't let him off the hook rodney or not gonna let him off the hook. It wasn't it didn't place. I no no definitely. I agree with you. I expect perfection man. I told rugby. Plus i said he was just a little better than the mcrib solid. And you know. It's a very popular sandwiches zero kidnap oil. The meat for that is that is the best tried at one time. We had to see what the consistency was was trash. So this food was incredible. I the ribs were my favorite thing and you weren't you weren't happy with my happy with my rose but i mean again. It might fell right off the bone. Chris that added say all that wasn't his best work that's blasphemy would've we Chris paid four chickens. I did he had. He made one brisk for us at then. He made another one for his godson. I'm the nice guy. You made four racks of ribs yup salmon yet pork pork. That was the that was the other one. Yeah alison steve jumped in and they actually shredded the pork. The which is awesome. Never done how would how got to pull this. Big about bone came out easy. There's two bones. So i got the first one and i'm like suppose smaller than i remember. We're pulling. I looked as i can stevens pulling it away and i was like i just grabbed her pulled the other by this whole thing. They let us do the p- pull the pork. Because you know that was such an honor delay. You're just getting us to do the hard part i will say. It's nice because if you ever want to do it on your own what you want to know. What is it consistent. Look for because some of the pork will be. I don't wanna say it's hard to pull. But you have some. Because you're getting through the bark but once you get into the body of the meat which is probably notice it just started shredding falling apart. And i sometimes i'll skim the bark off and then just cut it into strips so you can just eat the bark right and then because that has the majority of seasoning sugar and so it makes a nice consistently kind of eat separately or throw top of the sandwich if you want. That was good. Good meat coma last night. Good stuff i. It was a lot of fun. i was fun. Sean steve how to wrap wrap ribs and you know some of the tricks to the trade and then we're hanging out on the patio. Because i work hard to build those chairs and straighten up the patio and put up the little Little fencing thing that kind of blocks off the ac unit. And i was like man. I really got to break this thing in this year. So i was really happy about that well and apparently your weather is perfect. It's always like seventy three degrees slight breeze. No bugs that was. I love it here. I mean you couldn't pick a better weekend. Honestly some off. The trees are starting to turn orange. So maybe we'll get lucky and you might catch a few on the way out because that's my favorite part of living in maryland. Is one those trees. Start to change colors and they're cool. Breeze can sit outside without being destroyed by bugs and yell. We've gotta talk about bugs. So we're we're we're rods house and this was so funny. The first thing i hear is his oldest son drew. Who's eighteen squealing like a little girl screaming because there's a bug outside the house right and so your wife karen runs over and she starts like tapping on the on the window to get attention. I've never seen a bug ignore somebody but was losing his ever loving mind. You chris was still out was already outside. And so we're inside and we're just left her heads up because it's on the other side of the glass roof but it really really bothered him. It was it was. It was a mortar horn and it was a large murder thing was so what i love. Is it drew is losing his mind. St thinks the best thing to do is go outside through that same door. aden aden runs. It gets them a flyswatter and he goes out there and he's he's i'm sorry but great white hunter. He's going to get this thing. I brought trying to hit it with a newspaper but steve. Steve brought it home. And we have a picture you can make in the show notes. It was largely never seen. I've seen pictures of ones the other people end up killing but zine one at the house was like wow it is so it is on the flyswatter but it is still fully intact. You can tell what you can see quite yet big bug. it came in and get some b plus barbecue. That was pretty much. The highlight of the trip for me. Honestly it was so for us. It was nice and for anybody who's covert conscious. Just 'cause i've talked about my friend. Who's a battle for his life with covert allison and steve took cova tests prior to coming down here to make sure because my daughter of all everybody who was there at the house. My daughter's the only one is too young kogo vaccinate now for now But she's ten so they only at twelve and above so they got cova tasks so we were everyone's very covert conscious about this trip. Which was fantastic. Family was only scary part. But i love the Pilot said hey. I really appreciate. Y'all have your mass on keeping them on. Take them down briefly tickets. You're just got a cocktail doesn't mean you don't have to have your mascot guys are killing it. I really appreciate it so it was like really positive about everybody. Doing it and everybody around us was maso adding enough to duct tape. Anybody to their seat. No not quite that bad. We'll take another test when we get back just verify that nothing happened on the trip. Have we recorded since that video came out of. I remember we mentioned. I still go back and watch that video. It is crazy they. They literally duct taped the dude. That guy was going. We'll see it's just this disgrace. It kind of reminded me like yell. Every time i've had to toss somebody out of a bar when my bouncing days just always that moment of realization. It's like oh. I really messed up yet. I mean they silver instantly for second once back hits the ground outside and they kind kinda slide across the country a little bit kinda like they look at you like oh i really really messed up. And then it's like comeback tamar imagine. He had that moment once once he couldn't move and they're like maybe i was wrong. Yeah maybe maybe. I kind of went too far before we record too long phone turned off. I do have my dogs for this show. I apologize the rookie mistake. You know we we've only done five hundred. In what are we won't sixteen episodes and probably a hundred fifty combined shows of other stuff that i've done over the years and this why fits in with us so well because your shins will get kicked.

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"cheriton" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

05:46 min | 11 months ago

"cheriton" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE

"And i welcome everyone so today on rumble. First of all. I'm going to give you some information about a big announcement that we're going to be making this coming tuesday august seventeenth And i don't want you to miss it. In fact i want you to be the first to hear it so i'm gonna let you know how you can be the first to hear it on tuesday morning so stay tuned for that. But today our guest is going to be jordan cheriton From the investigative reporting group called status coup and jordan is an investigative journalist. And we're going to hear about his latest exclusive report about the cover up of the crimes the crimes the water crimes in flint michigan. There is New news on this. And i want you all to hear it because i can see that the mainstream media's once again that covering this they think everything is now hunky dory president obama went there.

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"cheriton" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"cheriton" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"Something i i i i i think i left this out but i tell you that i went to his own. A house while i was in danbury I think i read that. But i did. I don't remember if you told me you read. Somebody's i told you know. Mike kennedy cited. I'm driving around these places. I walk my family places and the dissipate that yeah. Yeah but but but i really went. Then it's time we we. We have a visiting day over. Do i'd like. But i thought i left that out but i just want you to know that when i told you i thought you were going to do to keep that in mind. I think that if he was concerned about that he wouldn't have been treating me so bad. Why i don't agree with fitting. I would screw it up like i did. Maybe he's right. I guess he is right then. If arrive at that if i knew what he knew it at my point douglas durst testified to the incident being discussed here when security team informed him of his brother's presence on his katona property. Douglas and his family escaped to safety. While neither deborah nor bob say explicitly what bob intended the implications of these comments in the context of douglas's fear makes this conversation particularly chilling. Although deborah and robert durst remain married they have not lived together for many years. And according to a new york times article. Deborah lived with one of durst lawyers stephen home until his death in two thousand nineteen. Curiously homes obituary in real estate. Weekly says quote. Mr home passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his family and friends including his wife. Deborah lee cheriton cheriton has remained married to robert durst. Since their november two thousand wedding durst has also looked elsewhere for companionship. That's where gene clark enters the picture. I.

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"cheriton" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"cheriton" Discussed on Jury Duty: The Trial of Robert Durst

"I did it was the l. a. single-permit okay. So it's kind of dating any form time to of you have this. I object to answering well enough. It's platonic yes when you say platonic. Can you define what you mean by that. We don't have a relationship that we are. The people have like best threatens. The way that you and mr durst refer to the love nest that it would be a reasonable interpretation or somebody listening to that to believe that you know what they're more than france yes. People could interpret it so in authors. Were tell you that looks like my. That would be up to him. Why don't you still for a moment. That does oslo. Contain roughly a hundred and fifteen thousand dollars. Do you know how that god there i. I didn't where you at that time that you had sent offer that kind of money that potentially could aren't welcome back to season. Two of jury duty the trial of robert durst. I'm your host carryanne solis. I'm joined by my co host brittany bookbinder. Last week the prosecution in the trial of robert durst for the murder of susan berman presented evidence from some of the women who have close personal relationships with the man on trial. The jury heard from susan. G donohoe watched the conditional witness testimony of gene clark and heard audio of robert durst wife deborah cheriton in this episode will examine the lengths that these witnesses have gone in order to protect robert durst and the facts behind there on the record testimony. We lost speculate on the prosecution's strategy for introducing that testimony. That's coming up after the break.

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"cheriton" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!

Disorderly Dogs!

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"cheriton" Discussed on Disorderly Dogs!

"And i realized that i was going to have to do master's degree to basically i wanted to be accredited with the right people. A i think because of the invetment you can't just saying it's really important evidence based what you're saying and to be able to show your credentials and i wanted to do the same with behavior. I realized i was getting damascus. I'm actually that he often that working knows about just as a behavior training adviser for big Doke residing on wealth cheriton. uk amazing experience so. Yeah so i got sort of backing educationwise year in a kennel environment as well. Which was amazing and with a charity. The high which in my opinion accepts some of the most challenging dokes the will into rescuing the yuchai so i really wanted to go that read so my credit. Tensions i'm working on now is i'm already league day. Free professional and i am just going through estimate price to become a full. Apd member who is also a main haiti group in the one of the main. The grapes in the wow. I love so much that you had like hands on experience like that because i think that that's missing from a lot of like just trainers repertoires but also i think like in the veterinary field. You know what. I mean like you have to go and do it because you can. Thank you know things on paper and you have to be able to step up and apply that in real life with these dogs who didn't read the textbook rate like they don't understand that and say that's ready way experience with pets because we we we do things like we do like do stuff went dokes austat. I'm telling us to back off and we do. Things are uncomfortable and scaring them an an older. Of course some dogs they like coming to the vets most of us like we have a very way biased population of dogs. We spend time with dogs. Do not slate despite normal behavioral side. Yes you've got huge amount of experience with some situations but there's lots of things that you never will actually have done much with just things resource guarding anytime. You have a seat race. Scott into that really is category guarding..

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"cheriton" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

Greg Laurie Podcast

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"cheriton" Discussed on Greg Laurie Podcast

"Now Start. Rediscovering right. You know so many kids have no idea that Paul McCartney was in the Beatles yeah. You know that's so crazy to that because we lived through the yeah. I have a friend Eric Metaxas. Your best of all time he says. Paul McCartney and wings. Paul McCartney. In the Beatles wings of big seriously because that's He's a little younger than me. Some lead songs, but come on the Beatles. Favorite Beatles album. That's that's my opinion. I'll tell you my revolver. Here's why revolve a lot of people because it was before certain peppers and it was not quite you'll Beatles transitional eleanor rigby out you know kind of attacks, men certain Janjic, and see where they're going. But it was a moment time and of course, rubber sole in the heels of it George. Cheriton went said you could have released them as a two album set. You know evolve everyone says Sergeant Pepper's but I think revolve if you eliminate sergeant pepper yeah. I would say the meet the Beatles. Yeah. Of course, because that was the one that made just a while. Yeah you know and then. The white album was amazing. They just riney a Massey out released. The white album is there's so many great things going on that album you know and it was too bad because it was at a point when they were not getting along. Yeah. But they were writing journal Great. Song is my guitar gently weeps one of the great. Solos of all time and it was enjoy garrison. It was Eric Clapton. This. This discovered glass onion. That's. Everything I, said. Listen to blackbird. Yeah, and you go. This is a piece of art. It is absolutely you know songwriting is I've you know I realize this a long time ago that? I'm sitting there with Pink Floyd. In our house because they lived with us a while we lived together. And who are we listening to listening to Birkbeck wreck? And we're sitting there going. Wow, that's really good. What he did right there. Now we're talking about the construction of the song though how that verse Went right into the b section never let's just effortlessly and then it went right to the course and then what did he do? He had his little something else. and. Then he went back to the B section and we're all sitting there because we're all songwriters going..

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"cheriton" Discussed on On The Way

On The Way

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"cheriton" Discussed on On The Way

"It's an extreme what you've been at it for two years now, right I went off I. got here. I went to this place called the hard hardwork sitter to get help. It's basically like a kind of image EMAAR I'm sure you'll have a program dolls like that the mental health. Art of of I guess you'd say the community if you need volunteer services for that type, so counseling medications were having. I started wanted their muscles for would take me day on Mondays and Wednesdays in. I wasn't a big fan of a I'm glad I took a lot of principals away from it still use to this day and I'm not telling anybody else Asian a it just wasn't. I went for about six months and then just majwal changed when based much church took over. The? Spot that a would you know had a call it a sponsor basically someone takes it to the twelve steps alcoholics anonymous. Once you complete that thin. You already take somebody else through the next steps of. Twelve. Steps while I was going to said, your church took the place of that. Yeah. Just the place that pretty much how. So instead of having A. Church that that. Spiritual advisory I'm John. Another asser nate. So I had to one group replace another group. Okay. All right and a little bit ago. You said You rededicated your life after you started going to pioneer Dr So at some point before that, you had given your life to Christ. Yes. That was when I was sixteen years old you're familiar with it. where in your neck of the woods, it's called the walk to May ass-. Yes. Okay. I make around here and I went to think about sixteen years old and. A change both for the good and the bad time is it because that's already alcoholic related got safe but I just I was too young didn't help the experience. My family didn't have the experience to kind of guide me. In the way, I should go after I got saved. Say anything they're false just the way things work and up slowly throwback get him out lifestyle but it was I was miserable Dan. because. I knew there was something out there I knew there was something bear but I just couldn't i. Could not change, I don't know how to change or that I was doing anything. Wrong. Trying to manage my addiction with. Everyday life life is getting in the way. And So. Basically, Walk to. Stay involved with it for a little while in kind of slowly bird off on my own. And Eventually. Quick owner Cheriton kind of backslid in this two years ago or year and a half moon. Here's when rededicated my life but started trying to. Reestablish that connection with God that I had lost I don't say loss but. What caused you to want to rededicate your life to Christ? Well. Actually, it's the people church the really happy and they seem to have something. That I wanted didn't have that they did. Now the. In. That was. Finding a balance between church in recovery in. That's hard because no, not most. Not, most apple deal with particular subject even though and it's A huge part of society I mean, Ninety five percent of alcoholics and drug addicts die from their disease. Ninety five per cent. And that's just any way you slice it fills coordinate those have emily. Almost synonymous on side. He didn't start off that way. I didn't just wake up one morning and become an alcoholic or an addict. No, and living on the streets is so hard. Man I mean. I have people come by Thorough Cup hot coffee on me. despicable cantors are trump. Let's go the bathroom. You have your backpack back backpack. 'cause you're still in which most people don't around with. And yet fly a lot of. The final place to at night. If you didn't, you had making that salvation, army for certain time in our certain number of bit if you weren't there that time or they didn't have. The money to pay for seven dollars today Than Yours Kinda Outta luck you know you unless you have some friends or a group that you're working with. thinking. That you all help each other of your alone by yourself. You're GONNA firing at jump if you're GonNa rob you. And that's that's the way it is and I got. beat up a couple of different times. So now that you're in Abilene and. Your with your mom, you've had the surgeries rededicated your life to Christ her. There's a lot of things that are moving for you and There's some stabilizing things for you. I'm curious for myself. How did how are you at two years sobriety? So you've had all these things happen in your life over the last couple of years, and in the middle of all that you're you're doing recovery also by right. Yeah. So how did you get to two years I'm still dealing with those issues I mean a lot of us out. At our we a lot to cry things were great. You know it's that they weren't once one got sober. That things would be a lot different. There were different. I don't necessarily mean they were for good in stop anything things are harder but you don't have that escaped that you would normally have to didn't care about your feelings you care about what happened but now you're having to deal with the wreckage. Of your past and you too slow start. With your immediate family in kind of branch out from there and it's a slow. Slow, process all the way down to say somebody stole twenty bucks from two weeks. You know two and a half years ago making that right in that I and that's took her may just about cleaning up the wreckage of the past as long as. The, doing the other personal harm might not do. And I didn't do this case broncos saying if. You were some guys wife and they're happily married now and they don't know about it. You don't have the right to go to angus when I did make yourself feel better. You know don't work. So it slowly cleaning up. The wreckage of my ass like I said, I thought once I got sober things would be great but they're not 'cause I. I was still alcohol or palm winners. It's a simple out still liar the nippy later. And all that simple. Still there I used to the alcohol miserable. So it's dealing with those in a Lotta people don't make it because they relapse. They don't deal with those issues and say you have fine away to do..

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"cheriton" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"cheriton" Discussed on Nuff Said: The Marvel, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D, and Comics Fan Podcast

"From our own universe since it is actually a well established thing that other universes exists in this universe and the actual curse from Earth. A Universe established in ongoing tourist trade with that so although they shut that down because that was on a legal tourist rate because it gave people powers when they transferred into the other universe but Long Story Short. Yeah she is apparently Dimension Hopper now you're saying that you don't think Benji is. I know Benji from Australia but they have sixty five to. Yeah well I mean the whole thing with Benji is. We're johnny and sue storm other. You're sorry hey did you hear what I said. I said the weird thing with Benji is like she kind of working with the six one. Six jackals so I don't even know. The whole story is legit because yeah because like again Maoz Warren obsessed with gwen stacy. He went the earth. Sixty five that's what she tells Peter in this issue now. He's running around the herff right now because he he killed that six one six. Jack will kill the earth. Sixty five tackle. So but if she's in league with the six six Jekyll yes then. And there's that transit between I don't know what's going on but I just think it's interesting that we have a character named Benji. We have a sue and Johnny storm from the six hundred. Sixty five anti ray. Richardson African American Reed Richards. Yes in university five. But we haven't gotten a Ben Grimm yet but we have another character named Benji you know and for those of you who don't recall into the seventy with this thing sands a fantastic four. You was a teenager named Benji who had rings where he says. Sting roaring do your thing and that were missing. That will. Yeah that was the original Cheriton is it was meant to be scales not rocks. But what do.

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"cheriton" Discussed on Ze stoickim spokojem

Ze stoickim spokojem

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"cheriton" Discussed on Ze stoickim spokojem

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"cheriton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cheriton" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"cheriton" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"cheriton" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The goal. yeah. that was like perfect time in fact because rates you know them very well in the weeds you just wait. how old are you never. always something. you don't want to know all right thanks got a dark side here you know let's be honest he went from kind of an unknown quantity to all of a sudden he's one of the bears heroes that happen fast in the church. the album's super fast and credit to him and I got a state that this young man went through a lot through this process to be able to get the job for the bears and it wasn't easy but he has shown below that for early on in the season and he can be dependable and were you know when the offense was started when he was the one that was put not point so this is what you want to see our your guy and a lot of the biggest question marks and the biggest question mark heading into the season was do we have the kicker and now it looks like it and so over time I think we'll get a chance to really see him but now I think he can feel comfortable in his own skin and can also just gonna be that guy that can do his thing what is median kind of messed up a little bit in BC tell hop on a little bit and that's is taking work that is it that hurts so hopefully we can kind of get that thing right it's hard to do as the season goes on he got a practice you gotta walk on it so that's going to be interesting to watch you go forward Chicago Bears Minnesota Vikings predictions here at. it's it's tough I I just being an insider that bears Laksamana score yet I just but I believe in my heart it's gonna be a tough game Dalvin cook the running back from from the the Vikings they got a good running game going on their their defense a scout I just feel like listening to denture basement yesterday bears linebacker that cares of really good against the run so I sort of feel and the president of the stores win of the season at home and there I think it's going to be this Sunday I don't have a score yet but some of the I'm not gonna get W. so that's always good turn one quick question also about the competition but the Green Bay Packers they play tonight Thursday night football are you surprised that it's the Packers defense that's pull on that team instead of their offense. yeah just a little bit I mean because but that's always been the case is that Aaron Rodgers is always any time you're on the football field it's kind of scary defense now being better. that right there yeah actually scares should scare bears fans just a little bit because that's going to make them work the offense is going to start working and that's gonna be the scary part the defense can do that they are going to be one of those teams in Beijing gotta be able look at. I'm feeling hopeful I'm glad the bears are back to their Sunday games I like it. my family is excited to lease like it to be home for the weekend I'm excited about that we'll go bears that's that's all I can say at this point Cheriton we'll recap next week. our guys thank you very much thanks Jerry your timing is impact can I just tell you that. no one knew what it meant when he sang that song I really feel a few months ago but now it all fits it all falls into place now does it listeners co workers be very careful because bill left will remember your worst moment and bring it back to hard core is that's why it's fun all right we'll take a quick break actually there is nobody know it right this is a fun break let's do it this way we have a pair of.

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"cheriton" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

The gamingfixx1's Podcast

06:25 min | 3 years ago

"cheriton" Discussed on The gamingfixx1's Podcast

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"cheriton" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

10:38 min | 3 years ago

"cheriton" Discussed on 1075 KZL

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"cheriton" Discussed on Dad Tired

Dad Tired

14:14 min | 3 years ago

"cheriton" Discussed on Dad Tired

"My. Interview with Cheriton voicing. Sheridan. So excited to have you on the show today, and I'm really grateful. They took the time to hang out with us for our audience who may not be familiar with what you're doing. Can you just give us a little bit of insight on, who you are, and what you're up to these days? Well, spent the last twenty years as a rutta speaker and broadcaster, and that those three things really two different levels of percentage. If you like so many is the broadcaster was the main thing idea to, and then a little bit of rising speaking on the side, and, and since we moved to the UK from Australia in twenty eleven it's kind of been flipped up a bit, primarily, writing and speaking, I do and do some broadcasting on the other side of the desk, rather than as a host on, now, kind of a guest on there is radio networks around the place. Presumably here in the UK, little so often on United States ready networks as well. So that's kind of what I do as a career married to Maron, and we make at home with a little cockup puppy, named Rupert ritual, scruffy. That's. Well, we, we, we moved here with we're going to have a dog. We've gotta have a really English name. So that's the that's the one we came up with as wonderful love that. Well, you know, when you had reached out to me, one thing that stuck out to me about your most recent book, and your story was your journey through infertility, and we've had so many guys who I, I shouldn't say, so many, we've had guys reach out and say, can you do a an episode on this topic because it's so rarely talked about and note, something that you talk about your one of the kind of the few voices out there. That's talking about this. Especially from a Christian perspective of loved, if we just kind of dive into that part of journey. We've got a lot of kind of facets of your journey, but if we could just talk about that, and specifically, just like take us back to maybe the beginning of your marriage, and what your plans were and and how you got where you are today there. I never had the compensation about children before we got married. I think it's because we just assumed it would happen like so many people we just shoot and we. We got married youth pasta, repeat of time, and I went into radio fulltime after that. So that took two different cities in the streets around the bit about five years into marriage. We had a compensation and still remember Merrin walked into the kitchen. And she said, Honey. I think it's time and I said, time for what and she said time, we started a family, and I said what right now. Let's go. And like any couple makes decision economists shoe that, yes, maybe not the first month that's going to be expected. But it's probably going to mate with disappointment, and maybe not the second month. Expectation will probably be followed by disappointment again. No, somebody couples, it's the third month. Right. Expectation is fully by excitement will for us. The process went expectation disappointment expectation disappointment expectation disappointment expectation disappointment expectation disappointment and after nine months, we went and got some tests done those tests reveal that there was a problem on my side, and that without the divine eventual, some sort of technological, help outdrew, having a child was going to be very difficult indeed. And Jared that really began a whole decade wondering through the wilderness of infertility and during that decade we had times where it was just. A difficult and so we kind of stopped. But then come, come back, again, in this whole thing is like a pendulum. Swing you have these emotions. Sometimes the pendulum is one end the emotions of kind of, you know what? Let's, let's just live, a childless couple, you know, you've got more disposable income with more flexibility, more freedom to travel, and more time in our hands. But then, you know another month passes, and then the pendulum swings the other way you start thinking about becoming Nemann adad again. So we had seasons of that we went through I've EF. Infects. My spend count was so low that we have to do a specific form of IVF cold xc, where they take basically take single spin injected into the we tried special diets. We tried special supplements. We tried Kerr practic which to this day, I don't know why you trying to if they say it's going to work, we did eight months of the Cessna to become a doctor, Terrence, and that we waited for two years for the phone call to come saying come and collect you'll daughter, your son. The Franken became by the end of two thousand ten decided we would do, as many rounds of IVF, as took and on the very last round, we had one embryo list, transfer and by the stage it was now ten years and decided, if this doesn't work we continue, allies childless couple. The embryo was transferred. And we were told we were pregnant, and there was jubilation among stuff, family and friends who've been working with us for decade. And then on Christmas Eve, would you believe of thousand ten we go? Sign Cole saying, I'm sorry. We got it wrong. And so with that Merrin, walked into our room, put the phone down. Cold up in a fetal position on the bed. And that's where L ten year dream have child into. Wow. Such a hard story, man. What can you walk us through just have so many questions, I guess, one like for your marriage? What, what was it like trying to one process that on your own as a man, and then to try to walk with your wife and really comfort her in the midst of this, I quote, can you describe some of that? Yeah. Okay. Well, let's take the first question. So, you know, I mean, carriage that you mentioned in your intro that you've had some guys reach out to you about this topic because it's just so rare, this is a very isolating journey food guys for a number of reasons. Number one, it's not the kind of thing you're going to raise with you mates at the pub. That's just not going to be a topic of conversation is going to be a hard thing to bridge, the topic with somebody else. Then statistically when you do bridge with somebody else, most likely they're not really gonna know what you're talking about it has. Hasn't been their experience because it's you know must people successful. Now there's a growing number growing percentage of people who want. But, you know, it's really hard to find some of the people who get it, and you don't get unless you've been through it, you don't get particularly if you'll the coals on the male side, you don't get the sense of shame, that can be involved in the sense of enact Nettie quasi, by the way, you know, infertility does not mean that, you know, you've lacking the realty, those two completely different, right? But you know, they can be a feat of the people are gonna miss something stand may maybe, I think you're gonna mix those two things up, and my masculinity is going to be questioned all sorts of things like that. So it's nice leading journey a speak to a guy just the day, and he's a pasta church and he said, you know, I haven't been able to speak to any about buddy about this. And when I have breached it with some people haven't really. Been met with much empathy. This kind of been this. Oh, just give it time and pray a little more. It can be a really long journey for some people. Some people at Smith along genius a matter of months years, but for some of us, we tried for decades, it still didn't work. So that's the question in terms of hells to deal with the penalty, I found it incredibly difficult. I didn't want to talk about it. It was a big doc topic. I didn't really know whether to, and it was a hunting to explore at the best of times in terms of our relationship together. It definitely places a strain on your relationship at times. A think of a time when we first looking into Ivy, if and we had this interview with an Ivy, counselor, and mentally was sitting there in the room. And she said, well, you know, the IBS can have strain on the marriage, and we thought she was talking about the drugs because when you go through via the woman is injected with all sorts of drugs that kind of center into hyper productivity other reproduce. Activity, and then off to it's always plunge into like a like menopause, if you're like and so that plays havoc on emotions and also things what we thought she was talking about. And she said, well, I'm not talking about that. I'm actually talking that decision making until cking about when you on the same page when one of you wants to just quit and stop and just move on a childless couple and the other person wants to keep on going, and making, you know, make this happen. And yes, it's chard interrupt you there. Did you guys experience that, like did you guys experienced times where you were not on the same page, as far as wanting to keep going versus wanting to keep up their much I would have been very happy to have called the whole journey to end about five years earlier than there. Yeah, she she, you know, I want to not full into stereotypes here because an an amend who vary. Driven to become fathers by was kind of okay? Off the way. I feel the set and I feel the loss, maybe even moso on in life. But I was kind of okay, either way we had kids, it's a little bit different for a woman because of the whole mental aspects of, of being a woman just the sheer internal desire God-given desire to actually become a mum to reproduce to hold onto nurture. And so in this is much stronger thing, Samaritan in. So she really wanted to exhaust of news. So, yeah, we did have those times when we and even times where we would sit together and pray about say looking into overseas option and normally with always experience in the past, we would come out of praying about something generally on the same page. Maybe some details change we would come out with some kind of. Direction. This was the one moment in life where we didn't we would say, think about are we going to go into adoption in the Philippines, for instance, and after praying about it, I would say, you know, I, I think we should also we shouldn't, and so we had a lot of little differences to wicks whereas result of that. Absolutely. Where you guys today, you said, even to, you know, it's you seem to even be growing in some of that sadness even more now. Like what were you at today? Well, let me out so that by touching on that little Strauss about to tell because that'll the to it as well. So a sitting nano with civic in this counsel's office, then we're thinking that she's talking about drugs. And she says, I'm talking about decision making and Merrin says this really to that to be the answer to your question. She said Sheridan, I have already decided that our marriage is more important than having a child. So if. This journey of IBS gets in the way of marriage. Then we'll call it quits engine win. She said that the counselor actually slumped in her chair. And she said, I'm so glad to hear you say that because just yesterday a couple set in the very same chairs that you're sitting in now and in front of the husband, the wife said, if this doesn't work if I the doesn't give us children now marriages over. And so that number until the kind of pressure that can be on childless couples to make this work. And sometimes it does feel like the whole marriages can be held to give it by having a child, which, by the way, is to really bad thing that number two making the decision that marriage is more important than having a child. I mean having one blow is bad having a second losing your marriage, as well. That's even worse. And unfortunately, we we come across that quite often as well. So we are doing quite well. We have been able to grieve and that's an important part of the process of moving on. And then we've been able to. We've been able to successfully move forward as a childless couple and then even beyond that this is a whole other discussion topic that, that we can explore as time together that we've been able to see God redeem out story and recycle it into service to other people. And that's been profoundly gratifying..

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"cheriton" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"cheriton" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

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