18 Burst results for "Chris Armstrong"
"chris armstrong" Discussed on Swarfcast
"You don't have to be superman. You just have to be a firefighter. And you know they're both superheroes but just You're still human. And i get it. You know we all make mistakes and Tr just trying to get people to slow down. Think about every little move. It's not a race right. These machines are so fast. You don't have to rush through anything. If you take your time like we were talking about earlier take your time and set everything up right and these think it through. The machine actually tends to run for longer periods of time you know. Yeah that is. I see that as a big takeaway from this conversation. It's just slower than and that leads to faster in the long run. Share blown steady wins the race. I mean it is. It is a coin for good reason. It sure sure this a couple more questions What is something that you learned last week or in the last week. But it's something that i learned in the last week. Something really interesting i hope. Yeah yeah. i've i've learned a few interesting things last week. What do we want to talk about i'll give you. You can give me your top two if you want. Well when funny thing that i learned this week is that apple. Carplay does not work with any other type of automotive interface. And so you ki- lose those functions when you try to pull your phone in machine-related oh man. Let's see because. I can't even talk about some of the things that i learned. Because of confidentiality maha and that really. That really puts a damper on this one. I'm gonna go back a little bit further. Oh back to the pentagon this is one that everybody's gonna like so the heavier that you feed it. It scares some of the guys. 'cause it's pretty aggressive feed right but it's auto the pentagon the pentagon the esker pentecost parting tool. Okay you gotta feed it really heavy. And it will turn the chips into a tiny square every time and A lot of guys are a little. When i see their feed right. They they didn't wanna do it and It's wonderful little bitty squares and the squares are great. Because they're they don't come up they don't they. Don't come up everything. Yeah nothing wraps around the park. it's absolutely wonderful. It's one of the simple things that i think. A lot of the people can benefit from. Its put that tool in the machine. Do you have anything else. you'd like to say to. The people of the world keeping machines plainclothes simple things in life out awesome from today's machining world. This is worth cast. If you like this podcast please subscribe to the on your favorite app and give us a five star rating in review. And don't forget to tell your friends. Follow us on facebook instagram in today's machining world dot com to join our mailing list read episode summaries and watch videos of extended interviews. I'm new graph. My occasional co host is. Lloyd graph are managing editor is rigidly done. Our audio engineer is william steffi for information on advertising or to submit an idea for a future podcast follow the contact information at today's machining world dot com..
"chris armstrong" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Price tag for this new building to be covered by splashed seven funds Hall County Fire chief Chris Armstrong. My job is to give the men and women of Hall County fire services. Tools and equipment in the training that they need that actually make a difference in the field. Right? There is where the rubber meets the road. That's where the action happens. And this is our way of making sure that we're providing the new fire station to be situated next to the inference of Tad more Park, which has been getting some worked on done on it as well to help revitalize the entire area. And the company that makes that makes H P A C items in technology is planning to open a manufacturing plant in Hall County Dong one Tech Corporation based in Korea. Company planning to spend $700,000 on its new facility on Centennial driving gains film the company saying it will hire 40 people at the onset of the operation. There's more news it access W W went. Thank you much BJ and little bit later on this morning. I have this pack of Calories. So what is that? I have the limited edition Gingerbread Oreos. Thank you, too. Brian, who came by and I didn't realize this. It has five festive designs on the cookies. We get to pick pick which design because that does make a difference in habitation. Absolutely. Yeah, Absolutely. So, come on now, I guess maybe in six o'clock Our world will have a shot of these. So okay, I'll get a fresh coffee have not opened them yet. So they are. They're fresh to go. I am unbiased, Totally unbiased. By the way, it's 150 calories for two cookies in case you're curious, Okay? Right? Huh? It's worth it. Yeah, I went to grams of saturated, he says, don't count. Not at all. Not at all. That's what Christmas is all about. Well, not all about, but it's now It's a good portion of sides to go over that. No, I'm good. Okay. Thank you. It's actually in the name so Oh, yeah, Come on. I'm just a second forecast for you, as things get a little milder going into the weekend Saturday could see 70. Yeah, we'll talk about that. We'll get a look at what's going on with your drive and get an update on business news from Fox. This update here is brought to you, in part by Oakwood Tire and more and the Norton Agency. Able to be you in time. We're at 5 37. With mornings on Main Street For 92 years my family has seen North Georgia through recessions, Depressions,.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics
"Name means cowardly. That's the point of craven the hunter he's not the mighty hunter. He is a coward and a jerk and a loser you're not supposed to no one should ever. Make Craven an interesting character. That's not what that character supposed to. I. Don't care what you WANNA. Do it I don't care how much you know. He's a hunters like no, he's they. They killed him. They killed him off in the late eighties, but then bring them back in like two thousand ten. Why I I don't know because he had a bunch illegitimate kids run around. They could you know and that's and that's. The latest you know. All my illegitimate clones kill each other you know. Well. He didn't make him kill each other with. Myself, and then that shows I'm the greatest center because I have. The most dangerous gay? Second No. Arguably, it's man but probably its monopoly. yeah I hate craven but speaking of Racist Newton switch. You did mention. Arguably, yes. But we need a lot of money to play monopoly with real money. because. Everyone starts out with fifteen thousand dollars and that's a that's a whole thing. Mean muskets into. If you listen to our boys podcasts full, we talk about we talk about monopoly and the flaws in the basic. Economic Structure of it. I know I said we just you don't start out your life with fifteen hundred dollars. You know everyone starts out at the same place. We're talking about fantasy for twenty five. I got I. got the Scotty Young variant do where he says I ain't doing this for free no more. WanNa. Do that pay four title covered by but but the but. Doug Antonio. Anto don't WanNa do anywhere anyways. So. Pan, dimensional superman. Being controlled by what is clearly out the maker. They'll call him that but they oh, the helmsman. Is the maker unless he's like one of those Moreland guys I don't now they're looking for this thing there's a macguffin. Isn't macguffin to be found and Superman has to find it. And he's so powerful that. Yes I do I. Do know the Mutant. Ninja. Turtles I don't even remember them. They're still active franchise. Yeah I remember the anyway. We get some Nice. domesticity with with Ben Alicia and the new kids. And the scroll one is already. Changing her shape to be whatever needs to be. And they decided to home school them. which you know to be fair Benson you know is that a real is that is that maybe not our best idea? Because if we do that than we are. Effectively. Lacking him into this life and maybe they need to normalcy. But of course, he's Kinda. Argument is not normal children. So what is they leave Valeria behind when they go to deal with? Quantum Superman? Yada. Yada. Yada. This is the sad part is is. We have a Franson use the last of his power. And he'll never have his superpowers again because he had this thing on the ropes he know the thing even says, you know this was the only challenge the me announcing. Yeah, but it's it's this. It's like as I said, this is a psychological block in his. Law empowers away before is over going. I know well, no but it's like every time Ben Grimm becomes human again and there's always and I can never he turns into the thing and I can never be Ben Grimm again. 'cause it's and Ben get sad too. You know because that Jimmy that's the whole macguffin plotline say it's the macguffin. Oh. It wasn't actually the McGovern we wanted we heal these people for no reason. and. Valeria today was super. Science 'cause uses a fixed point in space time. You've had this for decades and you haven't solved all the mysteries of the universe sheds like. No Dude I did, but maybe the next thirty, eight minutes, we can figure it out how Such. I am telling you if if if if. Oh Armstrong if Chris Armstrong is not doctored doomed. In an next in the MC I will riot. That is a that is the part he was born to play Lo que. But that's whole thing here is. He uses his power as he then goes to run a COA. To. Get His. While bring back the X. Men, we'll get the whole army reinforcements. And then Krecko is like, Oh, you're not a mutant you'll have powers. I thought mutants. In my genetics? You, know that's like saying that you know before. So walks through the desert he is not a mutant. No, he was always a mutant. Is a character he absorbed so radiation, but he never absorbed enough to actually have superpowers until he got stuck in the desert. How powerful Franklin is I mean a mental block is so strong. It's like he's subconsciously masking his DNA. Well, maybe, and here he is. He's crying. He's being sad just like Ben Grimm always does as as I can never be Ben Grimm okay. Bump them thumbs e Franklin the opposite of Ben Ben always wants to be normal. Franken wants to be anything but normal one exactly. But what he want. Franklin problem and this is so it's actually the exact same problem. But it's also trying to choose what side of the coin fallen. So, Ben as I say Ben's issue stems from the fact. That changing forms has a severe psychological coal. Let because you physically change yourself. Who you are when you are the monster and who you are when you're yourself become two separate and distinct entities and he sees this with she hulk with. Bruce Banner with anyone that does the transformation anyone who shifts from one form to another. they get this separation of sense of cells. And as much as Ben would like to be human again. He can never give up the power of being the same. And if you were to be able to just change back and forth whenever you wanted to. His thing persona would become much more monstrous. And he knows it would cause the psychological split within himself. So he avoids it with Franklin it's a little bit of the opposite where. It's not that he will. Become. It's at that. He wants to be a human it's that he fears what being. A God really means. because. He knows he could be a guy and he enjoys being guy who wouldn't. But he's also really afraid of that power that if he had that power all the time, he's afraid he.
Chris Urmson: Aurora CEO - Autonomous Driving
"Hello and welcome to our first episode of behind. Find The tech in twenty twenty. I'm Christina Warren. Senior cloud advocate at Microsoft. And I'm Kevin Scott all right so Kevin. It is twenty twenty which Shh is both the new year and I guess a new decade although people will get weird technicalities and it's always a great Chance to kind of look back at what's happened over the last ten years and reflect on new opportunities. Yeah I mean I it. Is I think in their industry and for human beings in general really easy to get completely used to new innovations that in our lives. But like when you think back ten years ago the world looked like a very different place than it looks right now so smartphones were just catching on. They were nowhere near as ubiquitous as they are all right now and the things that you could do on them were far far more constrained than they are right. Now I mean for. For God's sake people were renting movies from blockbuster In two thousand ten right very blockbuster was actually still a thing and instagram hadn't even been invented yet. Coley different world you know I do now that we've hit twenty twenty. Do you have any forecasts about what the next year intact might bring her even the next decade. Well well I think one of the themes that we spent a bunch of time chatting about last year on the podcast was artificial intelligence machine learning and I think we are are certainly going to see the trends that that had started in the prior year's continue to accelerate as one of the reason why I'm really interested in chatting with our guest today So autonomous vehicles. For instance. I believe are going to make AK- ton of progress over the next couple of years in particular and I'm really looking forward to seeing some of that stuff. Play out yes I couldn't agree more. It's funny I don't have a driver's license But I've actually been on a few self driving car panels over the years and I I think the technology she behind it is so fascinating. Which is why? I'm really really excited about your conversation with today's guest. Chris Armstrong and Chris is an engineer. Who's known for his work in pioneering self driving car technology? Yeah and you know one of the reasons that I'm especially interested in self driving cars and I'm looking forward to this conversation that we're about to have Chris is that There's so many ways that the world is going to change for the good once we we are able to put this technology into the hands of lots of different companies so One of the things that will hear about Aurora's. They are a company building the self off driving car technology as a platform for other companies to use to build autonomous applications. And so you know one of the things that I'm sorta hopeful for that will come into the world in the not-too-distant future is some technologies. That may help my grandmother. So I'm I'm lucky enough to have a grandma that's still still alive. She's eighty nine years old and lives in a very rural place in Virginia And she can still drive which is awesome but the day is coming where she's not going to be able to To drive her car car in the same way that she is right now and Like then it begs the question of how she has access to all of the things that she needs in order to help her live and independent life. So how does she get her prescription medicines. Like how does she get her groceries and You know just just sort of the staple things that she needs to exist. And one of the things that I think could be really incredibly beneficial with these self driving thing. Technologies is Like the possibility that you'll be able to have autonomous deliveries for people like my grandmother. I think you're absolutely right. I think the potential for the stuff is really fantastic. So let's hear more about some of the potential for this technology from Chris Aronson Guest today is Chris. Samson Christie's the CO founder and CEO Vera accompanied the bill self driving vehicle technology before founding Aurora he was CTO. Google self driving car program prior to that. Chris was a faculty member of the Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University where he was the technical director of the Darpa urban and grand challenge teams. I'm really excited to hear what he's up to these days. Hey Chris the the show. Thanks for having me so I love to start by learning how you got interested in technology in the first place as a kid. Were you taking engineering classes or programming classes when you were in high school. So are you discover that in college back. When I was in high school there wasn't really computer science at high school And so I Bought Oughta some kind of Tandy x eighty six clone or whatever Back when I was in probably ninth or tenth grade from money for my paper route A- and you know tried to learn to program at first where you go you know you don't if you recall this but you go to the bookstore and you'd buy You know this paperback for Back Book. That was program whatever it was and it was just the source code listing and this before C. D. Roms even pete which people probably don't even remember that that's right we Before that actually bought a commodore sixty four and of course that was exciting. Because it didn't have tape drive right right or it didn't have a floppy drive floppy yeah and five and a quarter inch. Discs that's what had YEP YEP so anyway so we was doing that and then this language C. Plus plus which seemed to be the hot new thing And so started. Actually the first programs I really learned with C. Plus plus. Wow that's rough. Yeah yeah it was a little crazy. A I mean I guess on some some level like CPS was challenging lodging first language. But the good thing is after you've mastered as downhill it's all downhill And so did. Did you know from all of this experience in high school that you wanted to get a computer science and engineering. Gary you know up in Canada so apply to you you know variety of schools got into into a couple of them And then in my senior here I met a girl Turns out now. She's my wife. And decided I wanted to stay at the University of Manitoba which is right in central Canada and Manitoba and got into the computer engineering? School computer. Seem like you know they had a future.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on THEMOVE
"Retreaded read that one pau some violette situ will blue bent alone Rosa Lantau Rouge. Which one do you think it is? Okay thank you. It's not that one. I won't tell you what your job good job love you. They don't leave. I'm your ride home. Not Try to walk yeah so I didn't know if that is funny that I didn't know that if you're down there in the bottom they're like oh I wanna be the Lantern Rouge I mean I would not want to be the but now but I guess my thing and and you know our loyal listeners and viewers just never cease to amaze. I mean our man Joe started this trend with all these mockups yes and putting our faces on all these things and and yet again another hit look at this from the break- The fifty pick aside. Can I also say one acknowledge knowledge something and say it George if I was as lean as I was in that picture you don't stand a chance. I agree now fortunately for you. It's not that way anymore but that's from our friends Sean Antonio more yeah very much sean in Orlando. These have been great by the way is very fun what next what next started with dumb and dumber now. We're in bed together. We pick it up and knock knock notch next year which we just found out the tours a lot earlier next you're starting in June. What was it mid <hes> and third week of June and July so we're going to be a couple of weeks earlier to the <hes> to the summer Olympic Games but that's all they always do that so every four years the tour just asked to start? It's tough to compete no the Olympic Games for for T._V.. Ratings and just people sports interest I mean how much sport can you take but we might have to do. The move on the Olympic Games can be fun. I'm happy to do to cover the Olympic Games. Yeah yes completely agree men and women the -solutely my girl Chris Armstrong comes back and wins a gold medal from no tap tap tap tap tap you when it's the second last day I get yelled at because I always tap on tables. We've got a big sign. Here's a little science says no tabby tabby now the t shirt every day no Daffy tetris listening before we get into <hes> some questions and I guess touching on tomorrow stage <hes> little more business fuel for tomorrow. Today's show also brought to you by feed..
"chris armstrong" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Of firefighters service members and citizens lined the route of the funeral. Procession from Chris's firehouse in the Bronx at the church and then hat. On this day. We remember our product, Chris, an old who have made the supreme sacrifice for that country in the armed forces of this nation in the fire departments, and the police departments throughout this land. Sergeant Major Chris Armstrong remembered Chris, calm, mature professional marine pound. His chest. Try press. Drone on about what he was going to. He just did. Placed his marines welfare above his own always. I never saw credit but he always gave it. He focused on mission and the welfare pushed his marines, what they thought for beyond their physical and mental limits. All to make them safer, more competent, and combat effective. Chris protected the country and served the city as remembered by fire Commissioner, Dan. Niagara who said Chris, I act of gravy was signing up for the F D N Y in two thousand three he was a young firefighter full of endless potential strong, dedicated and focused on the mission of saving lives. He came to the Bronx, where he would spend his entire career I ladder, seventeen and later at ladder, twenty-seven early and often he was tested responding to fires, and all manners of has its emergencies, and very quickly, establishing himself as a reliable leader in his country with the Bility's far beyond his years of experience, his fellow firefighters took note describing him as a total professional and the type of firefighter that everyone. Wanted to have in their firehouse. Their words tell the story of an extraordinary individual with a burning passion for his job. And truly a born leader. Back outside in the rain. Marines carried Chris flag rap casket down the steps of the church..
"chris armstrong" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Citizens lined the route of the funeral procession from Chris firehouse from the Bronx. But the church and then hat. On this day. We remember profit Chris on old who have made the soup cream sacrifice for that country in the armed forces of this nation in the fire departments, and the police departments throughout this land. Sergeant Major Chris Armstrong remembered, Chris com. It sure professional marine didn't pound his chest. Try. Drone on about what he was going to. He just did. Placed his marines welfare above his own always. I never saw credit but he always gave it. He focused on mission and the welfare, he pushed his marines what they thought. It'd be on their physical and mental limits. All to make them safer, more competent, and combat effective. Chris protected the country and serve the city as remembered by fire Commissioner, Dan. Niagara who said Chris, I act of bravery was signing up for the F B M Y in two thousand three he was young firefighter full of endless potential strong, dedicated.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on Decrypted
"So what are the old school cyclists think about this are they are they excited about what it means for the sport? I mean opinions are pretty split when it comes to this. But there are some people in the sport who think that needs a bit of a reset. I tried it with Chris Armstrong, who's one cycling gold medals for the US at three different Olympics. She's one of the most decorated US cyclists in history. Like the Super Bowl or you think about the gaming that's going on virtually all the different fans and all of abuse. And all that is on that cycling doesn't have it. They don't have it. They have it at the two hundred francs those numbers are going down. And they definitely don't have him in the women's cycling. And so a lot of times the women's inside show them in any one of the most important things is that it doesn't have a lot of mornings. It doesn't have the viewership doesn't have the TV time. But a lot of the larger Baltimore's have in America's and so it's really hard to compete against done. And so I think that the east more pot for can really be mad, but christen said cycling isn't particularly lucrative for most athletes, whereas E sports is already a billion dollar business. Exactly. I also talked to swift CEO Eric men at the race that I was at now he really believes that swift has the potential to become a real spectator sport, just like e sports. I it's it's no secret that it's very difficult to commercialize professional cycling. But you know, putting on a new puffing like this. That is more tuned to the changing audience. I think there's a real opportunity for us to commercialize. It certainly the cost of putting on as van is far cheaper for for more cost effective closing down roses major cities. So I think there are lots of opportunities around selling tickets Rena. Garrett. You have a pretty finely tuned filter for startup spin. Wouldn't you hear Eric men talk? Like this. Do you believe he seemed pretty excited about it? He told me vision sation recycling becoming an Olympic sport sometime in the future. So of course, I'm skeptical that might be a bit of a stretch. But at the very least he says cycling is ready for a serious shakeup. I think of cycling sometimes it's like crooked. It is very difficult to explain to someone what is actually going on. So we need to experiment with formats where someone can just drop in exactly who's winning and who's not winning. So Eric is experimenting with new formats for races. Like a lot of traditional road cycling races in Europe are pretty long they take place over many days and for the uninitiated it can be hard to follow. So busy changing any minds and the traditional cycling world. Well, he definitely is. When it comes to training, at least a few really high profile professional cyclists are singing the praises of like, Matt Haymond. He is a serious legend who just retired from pro cycling in two thousand sixteen. He won the Peri ruby, which is one of the most important races in cycling. It's Prudhoe two hundred and sixty kilometer one day race with some stretches on cobblestone roads. Now Matt won the race just six weeks after breaking his arm and a crash. He tried. Nd on swift because he wasn't supposed to be outside. I used to be a traditionalist, and I used to say that trying to of, but you know, the last two two threes. It's really changed my way. I mean, there was a point they win my arm was actually healed. And I'll tell them my coach, I'm actually getting quality work done on being more effective. Tom affective and inefficient. Now being retired. Is the flip side? You know, I've got a family of God. I can't go out for four or five hours about. So you know, it's it. You know, it really did change change that whole indoor China thing used to be a stopgap when when he couldn't find a couldn't get out because of the raining, and now it is actually not on the paper rice on it. But it is really. Probably front. But for now, it will be going too far to say that the pro cycling world is intimidated for most people swift Silla training platform, not a race. So garrett..
"chris armstrong" Discussed on 710 WOR
"It's fifty degrees at two o'clock that evening, I'm Lisa Matteo. Police say the Yonkers teenager who was hit and killed by a stray bullet wasn't innocent bystander, friends and family members gathered tonight to remember eighteen year old Maryland Koto Montagnier who had dreams of one day becoming a surgeon those. Was ripped. It was around six thirty on Thursday night. When the high school junior was shot in the head near Morningside and lake avenues as she was walking with her nine year old sister who was not heard authorities say the identification people of interest in the case while three people are recovering from stab wounds following a brawl at a New York City public housing building. It happened just before five o'clock Friday afternoon at the Chelsea houses on west twenty fifth street. Police say a fight broke out in the building's lobby leading to the stabbings. No one has been charged in the case L train riders adjusting to the new schedule as a year long repair project gets underway. These women live in Williamsburg and say they'll be forced to take Uber lift more often to get into Manhattan over that's my solution. So over lift, you know, all that that's going to do maybe look into that more. It's cheaper easier to get her out superstorm, sandy left. The tunnel in need of repairs, which will be completed on nights and weekends. Meaning trains will arrive every twenty minutes. I hero firefighter and marine killed in action was remembered yesterday during his funeral service in midtown. Saint Thomas church was filled to capacity outside thousands of firefighters flooded, Fifth Avenue for blocks. They stood shoulder to shoulder gave a white glove salute. As Christopher Slepian's body was carried into the church. A husband and father worked at ladder. Twenty seven in the Bronx, fellow marine. Chris Armstrong says slut stood out as a respected leader pushed his marines. What they thought we're beyond their physical and mental limits all to make them safer. More competent and combat effective. Rain was killed by a roadside bomb Afghanistan earlier this month. I'm Scott Pringle. Wwl argues, the measles outbreak continues, especially in some Brooklyn neighborhoods and parts of Rockland county. Now health officials on Long Island say they can confirm case in Hampton bays county, executive Steve Bologne says because of this case people should get Faxon aided humanization rates in community will help protect those who cannot be vaccinated, including infants under twelve months of age these..
"chris armstrong" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"There's a lot of people and a lot of men. I think that lack confidence, but I don't know if that will. For me. The only reason I look at other like exes or whatever they are, it goes sit or not. I only looked to see if they are in relationship. Just like he said, like. Who they're with in. I would be sad if they were because I think it reflects on me, not them. I think you're Lamade on Lorne. Yeah. And also you just want to know if someone found another person 'cause euro if you are alone, you're like, oh, I hope they're still alone oddly. And I was just gonna say them bay fucking really didn't understand. Is that like why if this person is apparently the go Stor in yet they still are infatuated enough and there's still interested enough to want to have you part of their digital life, but they also and they also don't want you to find somebody else. But at the same time they're too scared to be with you or they don't wanna be with you. It's like seriously, I guess what he was saying. You can't have you want your cake and eat it too. You don't want to be with that person, but you also don't want somebody he, you aren't repulsive to the person, but he doesn't want to spend his life. With you? I remembered what I was. I think a lot of the times people look at other people's stories, maybe that they were romantically involved with and are no longer with to see how they're living and to see if they're like happier with or without. Right. I do. That's why you look your. And then sometimes even I would go as far to say that some people look hoping that they're not doing well. I will are terrible people, but also without them. Yeah, but also understandable. Jared, were your thoughts? Yeah, Jared need, no all your thoughts on people on there or two days with this guy, and then he goes to do. Yeah. But then so he'll walk. I obviously a don't want to be with him. I liked him. So it sucks. I'm not reading into it like, oh, he likes me. It's just, I thought it'd be interesting to have this podcast because I just wanna know what's going on in the head. Does that make it just doesn't make sense to me. It doesn't add up doesn't he's? He doesn't want to date you, but he finds tractive. That's fucking weird. That makes sense guys just work differently than us. They just let hot girls, but we're looking at Hawkeye McCain, have him, fuck it. We don't care about looking at you and you. Yeah, exactly. Somebody's haunting you like you. You have to understand that you have to take accountability in block them or do whatever you need to do to get their picture out of your whatever's best for you. Yeah, that's on you. It's not on them. So the idea of trying to put effort into a wise, you watching my Instagram stories and he's not willing to call me or want to date me, I think is putting way too much her into a guy that clearly does not wanna be with you and is clicking on your Instagram stories for a number of differ reasons one because he doesn't think it's a big deal to because maybe attractive. But those one day is three. He might be clicking then like what's skip over it, but still shows you doesn't. Doesn't look over, but I don't really know what to do about it. I'm going to look. What can see. It's also what Chris Armstrong was just saying where people they want their KiKi needed to. It's like they wanted to keep you like in the realm of their life, even though they don't want to be with you. It's just so bizarre to me. I get it. It's just fucking bizarre to me. I wouldn't watch someone shit if I'd go to them. I would not want anything to do with them. Yeah, not if you go. I understand looking at Xs Xs, I don't understand, goes ING someone and wanting to look at that. That would just remind me of how shitty I am. You went on dates with this guy, and then you texted me just tested you back. We like textile, and then we like plant a FaceTime, FaceTime, and then he never like FaceTime back or picked up the FaceTime next thing from their exactly. And then kiss him on the dates. Anything..
"chris armstrong" Discussed on I Don't Get It
"And this guy named Chris Armstrong who wrote this book called May's of love. He's a relationship expert was talking to bustle about different. Reasons why people hunt. And so we're gonna, call them up and ask him why the fuck people do this, and I see the he is from Alexandria. Virginia learn very, yeah, he lives in Virginia. Yeah. All right. Let's give them line. Okay guy. So we have Chris Armstrong on the line, author of maze of love. And Chris, I was just telling everyone listening that I read that you spoke to bustle on. I was reading an article on why people onto aka, why people that goes to or your exit. So watch your Instagram stories in like your photos, and we would love your insight on this. Definitely have a lot of opinions about it. Well, I mean, I think for one, I think. Sort of people want their cake and eat it too. So even if someone doesn't want a relationship. They might get what they want out of you initially, and they might feel your come into close to them was his on them by the way, it's not on you make that clear. So they're, they're going to do what they do up front to get their cake. But then the two part, which is a haunting is really saying though I don't really want with this other person wants, which is usually a commitment relationship. I'd still rather not see that person with someone else because at the core were very controlling. People were very. Competences affected there frankly, too. So if I haunt you, it's because I don't want you being with someone else because that's gonna make me feel about myself even if I'm the one that dumped you. That makes so much. Yeah, it really does. And I really probably wouldn't thought of it my own man. I think what I think is annoying Chris and is because when I if I have ever watched someone story that I am no long Amna longer talking to is because I feel like I may still have feelings for them, but is that like inaccurate is not a reason why people would watch? There's so that the first reason was the cake and eat it too. Okay. The second reason is either still interest or even infatuation in obviously range from. I'm still interested to Noam actually infatuated. So absolutely. If I end up haunting, not me particularly, but if someone ends up haunting someone, it can often be because they didn't want it to end or they. Wanted to end, then they're having second chances, but they're, they're afraid to sort of put that on the table. So they'd rather just watch from afar because they're still an active interest. That's absolutely part of it. But I, what I would say is I've had about nine hundred clients in about in about, I'd say a quarter of the cases they've dealt with haunting because most of my clients are single frankly, and. Having done just a lot of sort of polls in a lot of focus groups. Most of it doesn't actually have to do with the infatuation. It has to do with a cake and eat it too philosophy. The third one is really just a matter of of. Boredom frankly. So I was not particularly, but I might have been a relationship with someone and it ended for whatever reason and we are so Pronin humans just in general to surf the internet to look at social media profiles to sort of, I'd allies all the information I call a sort of the everything eliminated problem. And what is your person to haunt than somebody that I was just with? But again, that's not one of the more common ones, but that's about the third reasons. I'm just bored in. It's part of my sort of social media, internet sort of hunting habits, but I'd say most of it is cake and eat it too. So I'm I'm confused about the infatuation because if you're doing avenue actuation and why don't you just want to be with that person or contacts isn't like actually want to be with someone..
"chris armstrong" Discussed on Caught Offside
"Thought I'd give you a little trivia from the first week. Okay. You say I should say now that all of these are courtesy of me just scrolling through the off to Twitter fair. That's that's stuff. I haven't had a look at the opt to go. Trivia, is there without stats and stuff? All right. Go on. Actually. You know what? I take that back. We did that beautiful game of who are you at the end of the World Cup that was an all status ready? Yeah. Liverpool became the fourth club to reach five hundred Premier League wins over the weekend name the other three Manchester United direct, Chelsea, correct. And the arsenal. That is correct, very good. We'll free Zohar scored his twenty third goal for Crystal Palace over the weekend that's tied with this former player for the most goals and palaces Premier League history said again, Wilfred saw scored his twenty third goal for Crystal Palace over the weekend that's tied with this former player for the most goals in Crystal Palace's Premier League history. Randy Johnson? No, Chris Armstrong. And last one for you Paul pod, but his scored an eleven Premier League games and United have won all of them. That's a record that he shares with this former Liverpool Dutch international. Paul, pope said, again, Paul talked his scored in eleven primarily games and Manchester United have won every single one of them that is a record. He shares that record with this former Liverpool player who is a Dutch internet former over there on blanket. He was never a star for Liverpool. Blanketing go on Ryan. Babel I would. Yeah. I mean, we haven't had that money last year's, but I would not babble in the mix. Who is still playing? Yeah. Where is he? Is he in Turkey? Yeah, he's at. He's at a decent level. Actually. After I'd have to look. I don't actually know where he is. Yeah, there you go fun. You hate it. I didn't hate it. Let's see. Oh, oh my goodness. I almost forgot before we before we move on. Oh, it's back JJ. He plays for Schick this. Yeah. Yep. It's back. Baldness is back, but there's a way to prevent hymns sixty six percent of men lose their hair by h thirty five. The thing is when you start to notice that it's going, then it's already too Johnson. The ball crystal posture, bald completely bald associate him with Crystal Palace associated with Everton or Fulham, even. But he got his move because he was good at potus. Well, I so say them with some penalty king. He could score a penalty. Andy Johnson. I would ask him if that hairline is slowly starting to move backwards. Any bald spots yet, Andy. Yeah, Thomas graviton, yeah, old. Yeah. I ask you, do you wanna ball about to pop up relief about. Do you want your hairline to recede, or do you want to do something about it? I why do guys turned a.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on WJR 760
"In the frozen four at the excel centre in saint paul taking on big the big ten league champion notre dame in a national national semi final tonight the number ten wolverines interplay as one of the teams in the field going nine one one in their last ten games including a four to one zero sweep number two notre dame back in february so the things are going very well for first year head coach mel pearson number five ohio state will play number eleven minnesota duluth at six o'clock tonight all these tests being televised on espn michigan notre dame the semifinal to follow the title game is set for saturday night the red wings now just looking forward to get an over with i guess they will host habitat do modera all seven thirty tonight at little caesars arena the regular season finale for the winged wheelers will be seven o'clock saturday night when the host the islanders tom watson won the parthree contest in jack nicklaus's grandson gt made a hole in one on the final hole yesterday as preparations well underway for the eighty second masters gt who as the final hole while wearing a caddy bed having carried his grandfather's bag for the competition how how specialists that the younger nncholas fifteen years old had never made an ace before watson meanwhile sixty eight years of age won the masters in nineteen seventy seven and nine eighty one also won the par three contest back in one thousand nine hundred to by law have to inform you know winner of the par three which began in nineteen sixty has won the masters in the same year hence a supposed jinx tony fee now meanwhile have you seen this video maybe you have ranked number thirty two in the world dislocated his left ankle while celebrating a hole in one during the par three contest yesterday x rays were negative and he'll have an mri on the ankle this morning venos agent chris armstrong told espn female said he intends to be ready for his scheduled tee off at twelve forty.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The sp 500 gained one point four percent the twenty six fifty six the dow climbed four hundred ten points to twenty four thousand six oon and the nasdaq advanced one point six percent to sixty nine eighty one investors remain wary of turbulence it took just nine days for stocks to plunged ten percent from their latest peak which was reach on january twenty six benchmark us crude rose to fifty nine fifty a barrel the dollar slipped against the yen and the euro three bidders will gather today to compete for the boston herald gatehouse media revolution capital group and digital first media the winning bid will require a bankruptcy judges approval and proposed five hundred lien dollar deal to sell harvey weinstein movie studio appears in jeopardy after new york's attorney general filed a lawsuit that could catapult the company into bankruptcy weinstein company's board will not consider completing sale while the lawsuit is pending taking a look at the futures the dow is down one hundred eighty points the s p down fifteen and the nasdaq down thirty two at this hour bbc news time 509 at the winter olympics the us currently in fifth place in the medal count with six so far half of them gold all those american gold medals won in snowboarding events cbs's steve futterman has more from chang who we kim came here to career with high expectations she was the overwhelming favorite to win the women's halfpipe and she did just that a decisive victory afterwards the year 17yearold did show some emotion there were tear o'neill where chris armstrong so long it's it's finally here and you just go home with the best possible outcome and it's amazing us also won bronze in the event that little grew into ariel gold steve futterman cbs news at the winter olympics in pyongyang chang a lottery jackpot winner looking for anonymity may be out of luck after his lottery commission says he will ask the court to dismiss the complaint from the.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Protect the secret service so they can help protect the project day is that something that president trump has has said he does he doesn't wanna no no this is and it happened during the clinton email cherish something happened during the clinton administration where they and really the for the minute the clintons walked in they were trying to knock down the the security procedures for hiring people that the secret service and the fbi had working since the eisenhower administration or worked very well well they they did that because a lot of their employees even if the senior level had criminal records who are not the best to people some of them had criminal records that were you know wasn't just duis the marijuana there was one one person in the administration whose business partner had been arrested for trafficking cocaine so i mean that some serious stuff it and these are things that and and and they have this background check in this this system to protect the administration from the embarrassing things coming up later on and the clintons did everything they could to take it apart and did it rank and file sort of share your opinion of this or is there a lot of grumpiness gonna secret service when you make comments like this about there being dysfunction there i'll tell you that most people um walls bush the the people that are now they're so young that they don't going to be from adam there are a few still there um i'll tell you that most of them um appreciate what i'm doing chris armstrong ons amusing there voice i'm talking for them i know i am i've got messages acknowledging that very can't come out publicly i'm in a unique position i'm retired when i wanna in there was no confidentiality agreement and an iconic took and one of the things your listeners by not remember got me is i was the first employee of the secret service to ever in history there ever be compelled to testify against a sitting president in a criminal law case and that was the bill clinton impeachment monica lewinsky scandal and so i i guess up con of.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on WJR 760
"News breaks wound healing the paul w smith show news talk seven sixty wjr you know this this pains me because there are so many great stories about police officers that don't make the news they do their job and they do it right every day no headlines of course the vast majority of detroit police officers as we all know are courageous dedicated superb public servants you can't pay them enough to go through some of the things they go through but the things that make the frontpage story would be this sixth detroit police officers have been charged with extortion after receiving bribes from the owners of automobile collision shops in what the newspaper uh the detroit news and robert snell and george hunter put it the latest corruption scandal to hit the department in recent months so we do go upon the fearless leader detroit police chief james craig to get his insight on that to chief always a pleasure having you on a like why paul appreciate that and uh you know the way i'm looking at this story it's is certain we don't like you know these kind of cancer in style puts on our our agency but more importantly is that report out yesterday we started this investigation three years ago in 2014 by you extract guy here this has been a nagging perplexing issue in this department allegations of improprieties of of uh of like this that according to one senior investigation who investigator who really was on the front end of this 'cause it's been going on for about twelve ten the long long before you got here so rearm before here cleaning it up what exactly and so money issues i mean there've been investigations in the past unfortunately uh unable to bring closure but i gotta give a lot of credit to our law enforcement partner uh uh certainly uh uh they gelules side of the fbi and dan limit show with us attorney's and chris armstrong us postal inspector who really this collaborative worked this time so you know we identified this court group of officers involved in.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Am listening like a t vote cut of right yeah that's an interesting question i don't know it with some certainly so were almost two hundred stations so i'm sure some of the stations that broadcast is show have just like the station you're listening to have this rewind play functionality in their algae's but i don't know of a third party app that does that i don't think i heart with correct me if i'm wrong desire heart radio do that i don't think so i don't think tune in those either you can hit that one yet those loved relive do it has not yet well uh yeah that's right is it is a case so list so the way streaming works as effectively your downloading the file if your app keeps a copy of it locally than it would be able to let you go back or pause in all of that just like this when it's evil does is it's recording as you're watching a channel uh so it has a local copy of that you can rewind yeah it would require the apps functionality i don't think tune in or iheart does that is there a radio app the does it that gets the tech guy that's a very good question and i'll leave it for the audience to answer lille laporte the toco kfi am 640 next on the mokhele show combat from my soul journey washington dc and ready to get back added we've got your passes the seat four ragged iraq with me and chris armstrong hooker of roof into the very fame joins me to celebrate his forty years in the business mode kelley tonight at six five am 640 more stimulating talk and amy king live from the 24 are kfi news her major league baseball has suspended astor's player yuri curie out four five games next season for making racist gestures at dodgers pitcher you darvish it address it can try to prevent the astra some taking a three one lead in the world series snag when they take the field at houston's men it made heart la will send left the alex went to the mound the games at 520 on am five seventy ellie sports and west nile is infecting more than two hundred people in la county the here more than 15 of died in health officials say because of the recordhigh weather we've.
"chris armstrong" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Three touchdowns that's why he's apply for me and how about blunt i mean it looks like small would may not play with you feel confident going into to this week playing blunt is every week getting you five or six points that's what he's doing and he's going to score five touchdowns this year so you have to if you play him you need to touch down the irish chef wants to know bobby ppr flex deluca johnson or rashard matthews that's a good question but i would have to go to johnson emmys the number one running back in cleveland forgetting ppar points on him he's going to deliver for you uh erin south dakota aaron you're on the fantasy focus uh a pig to ppar a joe mick the camara chris armstrong care i actually of mckinnon ranked the best of that group and then i would go mix bobby do you know that jack nicklaus went to ohio state you know what are beginning to realize that now dave so you think this is something that of all is you around the streets of columbus this week like all this body carpenter he he's a local legend but he didn't he didn't know where with jack nicklaus when a subtle assumed if he wanted to college he wanted to ohio state i just thought that he went straight to play on the pga tour i don't know golf also you now you're demeaning golf now you see videoing the gulf and this the entire sport a golf obscene guys go play called for a year maybe they will have a long college career voting eric let's let's save ourselves any any lasting thought before we send the to operation football enjoy your day day venue to bobby thank you i appreciate their everybody have a have a great wonderful sunday afternoon enjoy your football don't play leonard fornet because he's not playing operation football with field yates and the great andrew hawkins coming up right now on espn radio and the espn app we believe everyone should stand for the national excellent players have led the league he knows that they're willing to continue to.