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"chris chip" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

06:28 min | 3 months ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Channel 33

"I'm looking at my notes here and see that. That story was on september tenth. Nineteen ninety two the anchorage daily news. I posted a story about this. Tiger was called to later. The new york times published it and so before he called me he called another rider should brown and ask chip if he would like to write it and ships at no. There's no story there. i'm not gonna write it. And interestingly chip brown had been a year ahead of me after college and had been mentored by the same david roberts and unlike me at hampshire. I was a climber. I and i wasn't didn't even think about writing. Chris chip was a serious writer He had friend named tom. Because i started the campus newspaper the hampshire college climax they imitated new yorker. Did their own column called talk of the town in college. Paper and ship had quickly gone onto distinguished career. He's a great writer and National magazine award a couple years earlier before mccandless story came up writing for esquerre. I think so. He wasn't offended at all market. I understood why mark asked him first and then he turned it down in mark. Asked me and i you know. Add another story to right. I wasn't sure. But i something about that piece in the new york times. Move me too. So i said know. Let me just look into it and see and more look into with the more i i since there is a real story here. I was really taken by them using hiker so i immediately got back to markets within a couple of days. I wanna do this And then lo and behold mark got a call from chip round saying. Oh you know. That story asked me if i wanted to do. And i said no. Well i thought i should let you know. I've i've actually. I'm doing now for tina brown's new yorker and You know that. I don't know mark was philosophical. I don't think he was pleased by that. But you know whatever that's no that wasn't really any ethical violation and and i knew chip on chip justly regarded me as i'm sure he didn't see me as competition at all. I was the slacker younger than him. Who had done much in so the for me. It was while the new yorkers doing this. We're doing it is mark. We gotta be. I you know we got to be some like no is more important to write a really good piece. Being first dozen matters javad it does matter. I would really like to be i. I'm gonna. I'm gonna try. I wanna go full speed ahead in march it all right. Let's see what happens. So right away was an you know. The new yorker had tremendous advantages over outside It was a much more widely. Read in why Publication it had unlimited budget. Senator tina brown. They could publish. They did publish weekly so they're scheduled wasn't pretty much. We either get it in the november issue which closed in mid october or the the actually december issue close knit october or the january issue. When they you know they could do it. They could crash into fast so my original deadline. I got a publishing contract. We want a thousand words one by october at mid october. Basically october twenty first. I think nineteen ninety-two and man. That was like three weeks from that point. It was three weeks literally from the time. I signed my contract but at already been working on it and this was a complicated story that all these loose ends and so i immediately contacted family and being climber who'd made the solo ascent of a mountain called the devil's thumb when i was twenty three in nineteen seventy seven really helped me show them. The article is written. I show them the book of climbing articles written. I said look. I might understand your kid. People are saying he was suicidal. He was crazy yet mental illness. I don't think so. I think he was a lot like me. I i went into i did. I was much more. reckless went. Did a much more dangerous thing hike alone into the glaciers of alaska for three weeks. And i climbed this mountain by myself and i wasn't suicidal. I know i'm not crazy. I think i can add them the story and they okay so they agreed. I flew to maryland to interview them. I'd call this sister'd interview her. I went to south dakota when i found leads there so i was just constand. Move and outside gave you a budget of fifteen hundred bucks. They were not a wealthy magsi. So i was like literally hitchhiking at times and I kept thinking Shop ended up. You know he he had thought nothing of find. Alaska in chartering helicopter. Flying into the boston did whatever needed to. And i didn't have time or the money to do that so i focused on what i thought was the owner of the story is i learned them and i just pursued them. Full speed ahead and writing. I went in it was it. Was you know crash from start to end and surprisingly i just talk. I called mark an hour ago to fact. Check my memories in. He told me some things in confirm some things but he said yeah. We wrote that really fast. You wrote that really fast There was maybe one vision in one. Rewrite it really. We didn't spend any time talking about how to structure it. You seem to know how to structure it from day one and we just went with it. There wasn't really time to mess with it on and it ran in there. It was their nominal january. Nineteen ninety reissue which came out the second week of december nineteen ninety two and you know. The publisher had questions is depressing redis. But it ended up. You know being a big hit for the magazine So that's how that's how that happened and you beat new yorker. Yeah by by two months by seven or eight weeks. Yeah which was and you know chip wrote a really at piece. I mean if you read mining His we all talk. Talk to all the same people you know. We did all the same research. We have slightly different approach. As as i said he was. You know he went to hampshire. He's he. He was obsessed about writing in dabbled in the outdoors and climbing. I had no interest in writing anything even term papers. But i obsessed with climbing So he came at it like a normal journalist it was. It was a sympathetic piece..

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"chris chip" Discussed on TeeVee

TeeVee

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"chris chip" Discussed on TeeVee

"Doc Doc look back to the doctor who flash CAST JASON SNELL back with you here to talk about season. Twelve twelve episodes six practice and joining me from. We're forming two points of a triangle across the globe is Antony Johnston. Hello Hello Jason. I'm so relieved that this was overall a good episode because often last week take off really jealous Erica and Steven got right to the flash past because obviously last was so good in so many years and I was really it because let's be honest. It's not unknown. I was really dreading this week. would be a complete let down by comparison. So I'm very happy it wasn't I mean and I agree with you. We'll get it out of the way right here. I was relieved as well. The same feeling which is Not that I don't have some quibbles with this episode but it was good episode like if that other episode hadn't happened And this was episode five. I would have said look at that like because I haven't loved I love the first you know for you episodes of the season but this one I feel like is almost the archetype I think of what Chris chip no wants doctor who to be which is it looks great. It's globetrotting there's action. There's lots of dialogue. There's lots of. It's actually good. I think funny jokes and there's a and and it is. I think true doctor whose history it has a point which is it's sort of educational and couching the educational aspect of it and they kind kind of social aspect of it in science fiction like all of that. I actually think like yeah. I see what you're going for here and I enjoyed it. I thought it was. The pacing is amazing. Right like the the number of scenes and shots and locations. Even though it's mostly South Africa it's still is locations the by the beach and they're in the city and all of those things like there's a lot in this episode and it moves so fast I really enjoyed it. What some of that gets to one of the very specific the reasons that I liked this episode? which was the in media res- opening but I wish I if you're right that this is more the archetypal all kinds of episode chip? No wants to do. I wish he would. Yeah I really really wish they would because the first twenty twenty eighty five minutes of this episode were almost flawless from only as as so often happens with who it was only when we started to get to the resolution of why this thing was happening and how we were going to solve the problems suddenly it was like then okay. Things started to fall fall apart but up until that point it really was almost flawless. It's so well directed and yeah like I say one of the very specific things that I liked about it. Just just because this really appeals to me and the kind of on just the kind of stories alike but also specifically the kind who are like started completely comedia- res- adventure already happening And so we get to see the companions. 'cause obviously we always see the companions onions in comparison to the doctor and then not as competent as the docks who because who is. That's Kinda the point of it. That's how it works but because we're a step further down the chain as it were and now we get to see the companions through the lens of people who don't even know that doctor. The doctor exists. It's like their own companions right right but they suddenly also appear as if they're highly competent well-informed knowledgeable daring. Aaron do adventurers which was really Nice. Made a nice contrast but also yeah just the fact that barreled through with people going wait. Wait what's going on companions and like Yay. There's this thing going on. We haven't got time to tell you. Yeah it just really that together with the direction which was very horror movie like almost. I'm sure that was deliberately with you. Know because of the kind of episode that it was trying to get across this feeling of dread and and You know impending doom was really successful. I thought I mean absolute all credit so the DP the camera on the director. Everybody involved in that really set the mood. Yeah I agree completely the the way the story gets told they did TAC. There's a moment of the very very very end of last week's episode where there's like. Oh there's a thing it's weird it's happening on three continents we should go do and that it's funny because that basically provides this episode with all the setup you really need and the gap is the boring boring stuff that we don't need to see. which is I'm going to drop you off here and I'm going to drop you off here? The audience will learn that along with all the characters that they find in Peru Madagascar and Hong Kong. And you know whatever that store is where the the the cop on the edges rest is rugby-tackling shoplifters and I just yeah you're right. It puts the companions in a in greater positions. Because they're the they're the doctor they're the positions of authority authority. It uses the fact that there are three companions right like I know. It's sort of Ryan's over here and Graham and Yaser over here but like the splitting them all up and then the doctor's got her mission like I thought that was really good. They mentioned earlier but I want to say it again shooting in South Africa like yes. I I love that Dr that that Black Mirror episode that semi eighties that is literally the same shot the the same mountains. It's in Cape Town right like whatever but it looks so good and it's varied enough on a doctor who budget that this like. We're in we're in Madagascar Asker. We're in Hong Kong. We're in you know in the in Peru were in all these places and like it feels like a globetrotting adventure. Sure in a way that I like doctor who to feel I. I wanted to feel like the doctor can go not just anywhere in time and space but also anywhere on earth and have in this case like because we have a target here and they don't even need to show it like they say doctor. This thing is happening in Peru and she just POPs up and the load people onto the CARDIS. Let's go back to Hong Kong load people off of the artists and the and like I loved it. I kind of love that it ends up being kind of the doctor and the crime solving gang and they keep collecting people as they go and yeah I thought it was. I thought it was really fun. And that the added characters made it that much more fun than that it really like the scenes and locations. And you're right the first half hour basically. I thought this is perfect. This is this is fun and looks great and is taking me on an adventure. And that's what I want from doctor who wasn't Hong Kong. There is no way that that street was it was. It was a narrow street and there was they Hose down the roads. Do when it's night and the roads are hose down because they look better and all that but it was like you know that. Yeah okay. That's fair but that beach each relative. That looked really good beach but what you said about them not explaining non over explaining what was going on the star. Because it's like you say set it up at the start of sorry at the end of the previous episode. That's I mean you know who all too often it does explain probably too much to spend too much time explaining things that we can kind of figure out now some of that. Obviously he's because it is a family. Show you go Barry Mind. They're all going to be young kids. What Jin sometimes you know? Yes you're going to need to sort of help to bring them along for the ride but but at the same time I really appreciate when. Sometimes they don't do that and they're just like yeah you'll figure it out you know you've seen this kind of thing before you've watched the show before we know how it works folks you'll figure it out it's fine and I that helps them create a more mature style of storytelling. The I really appreciate shape and as I understand why they can't do it all the time but when they do do it and the and they pull it off then it really works I think yeah I don't I I don't necessarily need and you're right. Maybe maybe is necessary from time to time but I don't necessarily need the all right. Everybody where where should we go. Why don't we go to this place? Kirk Doc oh here we are everybody. Let's go out. Oh here's a strange person. I wonder what's going on. Oh there's a mystery will be solved and here. None of that is necessary. The mystery is being solved. Everybody is on the case and instead as an audience member I love because it really doesn't make any sense and you're trying to put it together of like wait a second so there's the spaceship and the astronauts texting that he needs help and which doesn't really make any sense but whatever and how does he have a cell phone with him and he's not? There's going to be a twist right that it was that it was a bait that it was lured by the aliens to get for some reason that cop out to Hong Kong. Yeah no maybe there's a dropped scene there where he explains that he tried to escape and stole a phone and then they dragged him back and they didn't want to show him before that but it is never explained but still. It's like the hiker the two bloggers who go to the river in Peru and there's garbage everywhere which again and it's not actually a weird thing that's happening. The garbage is not the aliens the garbage is the humans who have turned this beautiful natural thing into a spoiled location location which is part of the message of this episode. But still it's like what does this mean and then Ryan pops up and meanwhile one of the one of the women is gone and then you know. There's the the the mystery of of the sailor floating face down in the water and Madagascar. And what does that mean. And how and this episode goes really deep where there I had literally no idea I was like. Are you ever going to resolve the story. Because I felt like we got about forty minutes out of fifty with very very little idea of what the resolution was going to be an all the whole time I was thinking to myself. This resolution is going to be really abrupt because they have run out of time and like literally there is a moment where the doctor stands there and we see her thinking which is it can be good but it also can be very spur three after Colin scrapie and ex positional and. I can't decide where this episode falls down but we're she's basically like oh it's plastic caustic. It's like okay and and there's an aunt's reference and she's there's a funny me laugh and it's followed by come on brains move it along and Graham says did she say say brains with slamming. There's that time later when she's when she's like you are only in this episode once we're literally just straight after it's been on but when she's I think at gunpoint from the scientists and she says like Oh wait half off all all that one cycles oh like you say very stagey very theatrical bar this is this is the kind of quality that you look for in adopter. Ada Ask somebody who is going to be playing. That character is somebody who can pull that off. I haven't say doctors do that. They all it's part of the character is part of the show. You've gotta that'd be able to sell that. Yeah that's actually the moment that I was sold on David tennant in his first episode. There's that moment where he tastes the blood on the alien spaceship spaceship and he goes. Oh blood control I remember this. I haven't seen this for years and I was like okay. I believe I believe that. He's the doctor now..

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"chris chip" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:26 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Don't forget the head over to Facebook like bulls and bears radio. And of course, follow us on Instagram at bulls and bears radio right now, what we wanna do is we want to thank our sponsor and actually check in with them Online Trading Academy. See what's going on down at the campus. Right now, we have coach Chris shawls on the phone with us. Chris what's going on? Hey, man is really great to be back with you guys. Thanks for having me. As far as the academy's concern, man. I gotta tell you. It's just it's a great time at the campus. You guys know this for twenty two years we teach make better decisions in the markets. And now we're really excited to be able to offer education in real estate. It's a great time at the campus. Well, when you talk about the education real estate, I mean, what are some of the areas, I know Online Trading Academy has been teaching people for years, but in the financial markets and they've been doing a lot with real estate over the past couple years. Tell me what's going on. Well, talk about real estate. There's you know, there's a couple of key areas that we're going to be focusing in on and one of them being wholesaling one being in more of a fiction flipping virement one being more in a rental and one being really towards commercial now, obviously there's going to be processes that are geared more towards income generation short term type income, and obviously also some that are really geared up more towards long-term wealth building as well. Hey, Chris chip good to talk with you. And so excited about is that deal board process and that product at the academy has put out that's really kind of be cutting edge and help a lot of people with that analysis of find good opportunities talk a little bit about that product. Because I know it's been up for a couple of a ward, and it's proprietary to OT a real estate talk a little bit about the deal boy, and what it can do for somebody when it comes to making decisions in the real estate market. Indeed, it is definitely award winning. And it's stain is proprietary. But what's more important? Is it how it streamlines the process of acquisition? In other words. How do we find the deal? Anyone who's ever been involved in real estate already? He knows that one of the biggest problems. They're going to face is finding the deal and part of that problem in finding the deals they're having to battle with a bunch of other retail, real estate, investors and way, the people are taught to do things are one way in the way that institutions do things that are another way the core model of Online Trading Academy that teach people how to connect an institution. What the deal board is allowing us. The basically do is from the comfort around home and spare time find deals on institutional level. Here's what we know champ Blackstone. Goldman Sachs berkshire-hathaway they are not sending their analysts driving all over. God's green earth gas cards burning up three dollars gallon gasoline looking for the right opportunity. And if you've ever pulled off any interstate anywhere you seen find to save houses. I can guarantee that wasn't left there by Goldman Sachs investment analysts. So so so the idea is how do we find these deals on an institutional level? And the deal board has been put together for two students of the academy where you can streamline that process of finding the deal in literally from the comfort of your own. Home find the deals that others. Can't in other words, they're made aware to the public. And that's really what's so important here and see the key thing is a lot of people. Go to the courthouse steps they drive around looking for overgrown lawns, and what you're saying. Somebody can sit in their home. Because of this proprietary tool it'll streamline data into their house at allows them to vet an opportunity. Other words, go through a do a full analysis before they even leave their own driveway. Whether it's even they wanna look at which is going to be a game changer for a lot of real estate investing. It's got to take a lot of that time in that a lot of people are utilizing to go find deals just to basically get the best deals in maybe fun. Some that can close on his well. Well, here's what we know. We know that by the time of property find his way to an auction. And obviously, there are a lot of people that have actually stood there on the county courthouse options trying to pick up deals for pennies on the dollar. But here's what we know. By the time, they get there. That means they've already been passed online institution that ultimately they've already been looked at and decided it wasn't worth their time. And if it's not worth their time, it really shouldn't be worth RS. The problem, though, is that people are taught to do things specific way. And the way they're taught to do things is opposite of the way the institutions handle their real estate holdings. So we're doing the school teaching people again how to think and act like institution how to maximize our time doesn't take much to sit at a computer and find opportunities, especially when you're looking at what seems like an endless supply and renewable supply of opportunities in the middle state world. It's just a great time to be a part of the academy. Yeah. It's amazing. I appreciate your time. Chris what's great Adam about the real estate program with this deal Boyd product is that literally you're going to be fishing upstream. In other words, the best opportunities are plucked before they get to the mainstream, and you're going to be able to take advantage of how to look for properties and find these best deals there's things you can do search for probate deals. You can search for deals where people are going into foreclosure, you can actually use this tool type in zip code or specific county go in log into that area. And it'll list everybody that's laid on their mortgage. In other words, you actually have a proprietary tool that gives you opportunities. Potentially for a pre full closure that people don't even know about. In fact, that notice default might have been given today, and it shows up instantly on that product. So what it does it allows us really the best most ripe opportunities there real estate investing world right in front of us. And then we focus on the disciplines of fixing flip or wholesale deals or alternately having multi unit residential deals we're able to generate a residual income off a rentals. I mean, there's so much opportunity out here. And this product is designed to help people stream on the process find the deal, and it's going to be a game changer for a lot of people. Exactly. And the sponsor of bears Online Trading Academy is rolling out there ta real estate program and I'm excited because we have a class coming up, and we're able to give away few cease to this class the five hundred dollar value on the premier real estate investing class, and if someone's new to the real estate market or they're trying to get involved into it. This is a great opportunity for them. They actually have a unique opportunity where at this class are actually going to be given away in the Lexa kindle fire him. 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"chris chip" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Now builds it as a four cylinder. So it's like a little I don't know. It's an eighteen hundred or something that makes like two hundred ten horsepower legance for your point this post on pelican parts is Chris chip foods, just destroyed. The before picture. I mean, look, it's it looks like it was you know, a lot of lake filling a week. Yeah. It's that didn't that didn't make we we actually told that her car had been used in a drug smuggling operation, and that's why we still from her. And that's why we had to we had to confiscate it from her and she was all freaked out. Oh god. Yeah. Those actually is going to get arrested. I was just reading speaking of drug smuggling I DuPont registry. Because of course, I do and you know in the back there's like the random category, there's an Apache the magazines here. There's a nineteen Eighty-six Apache speedboat listed, and it literally says. Early says from the cocaine cowboy era of offshore boats boat was a fully liveried race boat on weekends and a functional work boat during the week awesome. Know kind of work that was. Right. The weekends by little a lady to go back to Cuba. That's sad was a work boat during the week. She charters. I'm sure. Yeah. Uh-huh. Oh, I love when they put those on the the sideways display trailers the catamaran's where they're tilted too bad out. Yeah. Chris has a hard out at seven. So let's get to some of our questions. Yeah. It's got a fancy schmancy dinner of extremely fancy dinner. Great movie, by the way, all we had the director on the show awhile ago. That's cool. He won an Oscar later man that movie rules. My wife Wayne about the history of Ferrari racing. Oh, you saw race to attorney exactly. Exactly. Reiver's dying. Yeah. Exactly lost like six of them in in eighteen month, period. It was crazy. Yeah. Have you seen one? Yeah. That's my other two former once Michael fast bender narrative. All right. Let's see David says your three car garage for a hundred and twenty grand it's not much for three car garage. You know, where do we go with their Vinny? You shove him for two thousand mini Coopers. You give change could have changed. I I would spend the money on the garage itself. She right. I got you world's nicest Toyota, Previa, ten grant. Yeah. There's my utility vehicle gives me one hundred and ten grand. I'd have a a Porsche nine nine seven GT three high miles seventy grand k-. Hi miles. Fuck it..

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"chris chip" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"Now builds it as a four cylinder. So it's like a little I don't know. It's an eighteen hundred or something that makes like two hundred ten horsepower liggins ribs for your point this post on pelican parts is Chris chip foods, just destroyed. The before picture. I mean, look, it's it looks like it was you know, a lot of lakeville like a week. Yeah. It's that didn't that didn't make we we actually told that her car had been used in a drug smuggling operation, and that's why we still from her. And that's why we had to we had to confiscate it from her and she was all freaked out. Oh, God is going to get arrested. I was just reading speaking of drug smuggling I DuPont registry. Because of course, I do and you know in the back there's like the random category, there's an Apache where the magazines here there's a nineteen eighty six Apache speedboat listed, and it literally says. Early says from the cocaine cowboy era of offshore boats boat was a fully liveried race boat on weekends and a functional work boat during the week awesome. Kind of work that was. Right. The weekend. My little lady to go back to Cuba. That's sad was a work boat during the week. She charters. I'm sure. Yeah. Uh-huh. Oh, I love when they put those on the the sideways display trailers the catamaran's where they're tilted too bad. Yeah. Chris has a hard out at seven. So let's get to some of our questions. Yeah. It's got a fancy schmancy dinner of extremely fancy dinner. Great movie, by the way, Senator all we had also the director on the show awhile ago. That's cool. He won an Oscar later man that movie rules. My phone Wayne about the history of Ferrari racing you saw race to attorney. Exactly. Reiver's dying. Yeah. Exactly you lost like six of them in a in eighteen month, period. It was crazy. Yeah. Have you seen one? Yeah. That's my other two former once Michael fast bender narrating. All right. Let's see David says your three car garage for a hundred and twenty grand. It's not much for three car garage. You know, where do we go with their you him for two thousand dollars mini Coopers? You have change. I could have changed. I'd I would spend the money on the garage itself. She right. I got you world's nicest Toyota, Previa, ten grant. Yeah. There's my utility vehicle that leaves me one hundred and ten grand. I'd have a a Porsche nine nine seven GT three high miles seventy grand k-. Hi miles..

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"chris chip" Discussed on Don Talk

Don Talk

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Don Talk

"I think I've told you guys that before. So that was a fantastic moment. And meanwhile, I'm the doctor who podcast or sitting in the room. So I believe it's my duty to bring up the one thing that happened in doctor who this year, and that was our brand new doctor. I have never come across a doctor with some exceptions some of them were this way, but few of them to where as soon as that doctor says one phrase out of their mouth go, but Jodie Whittaker the minute she opened her mouth. I went I'm in. Let's let's settle into this. 'cause she's here. You know, she became the doctor the second that she fell into the. Car of that train right through the roof the minute she opened her mouth after she fell. It's like she's. And it just got better from there. I mean, I know there are some grumpy people out there that didn't quite like this. Because they felt it was a bit more mainstream and stuff like that. But I I would like to remind those people that back in the eighties. We had the seventh doctor era where Sylvester McCoy was a fantastic doctor insult fielder. It was a fantastic companion. It wasn't anything to do with the characters. But we got so mired in our own cannon that it sort of destroyed us. I would be quick to point out. We need to make sure that doesn't happen. Now hilariously enough for anyone that seeing the teaser for the new year special. Chris chip mill did tell us as the new show runner that season eleven would feature. No new returning monsters. Do we didn't have any no returning monsters for season eleven and of course, we get a teaser trailer for the new year special, which is technically not part of the season eleven dollars immediately. We're going to get dollar. So so that's, you know, Dr Who coming back to where maybe some of these people go. Oh, yeah, we get our monsters. We get all the dying time. You know that love it whenever Dr Who experiments and try something new the third the third doctor's first season. Was that way where there were no returning monsters, and we get some of our most iconic doctor who monsters from that, we got the side Laurean. We got the autobahns we got a bunch of different creatures that. Nowadays, we look at and go, those are freaking awesome, doctor who creatures and those came from the first season of the third doctor saying we're not gonna do any returning monsters. So. I mean the way that this season treated history as well is a way that Dr Who has not treated history, probably since the Hartnell era, actually weirdly enough, and that's all the way to the first doctor so all of these things combined we had a fantastic season of doctor who as far as I was concerned review wise if I have to go down that route and I'm looking forward to seeing what she's able to pull off next season. Even though all we've got is a special, and then we have to wait a whole other year before she comes back. But then again, that's what television shows with big budgets do all around the place even game of thrones did it, but luckily we're getting off with just one year as opposed to how game thrones like multiple years. So I'm fine waiting a year. Because whenever it comes back means they will have taken time to craft the show, I love so dear. So instead of being the. The. Fan who goes out there. You wait a year on the one that goes, no, you're working on it. You're crafting this. Go ahead and take a year. I can way back in twenty twenty. Yes. Well, my only be with the new doctor is the writers gave her too many companions flight they stole her power to to shine by giving her a whole bunch of that. They drowned her in children. Now. That's interesting. I've I've actually not he giggles because he knows how I feel about what I'm what giggling about is. The fact that see she and I've already had this conversation. And I kinda and you're right account would know how you would feel about it..

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"chris chip" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"chris chip" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

11:50 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on KGO 810

"Dr drew eight hundred two two five. Hey, your calls that number speaking to jail Lorraine political and political analyst also podcast host Mr. Trump's attempt to find a chief of staff Westwood correspondent Jim Rupe? At the bottom of hour to talk to us about a pair of nuns who embezzled substantial amount of money from southern California Catholic school to go to Las Vegas and gamble. Good times. Right now, gone out to Deanna Lorraine for the program. Thank you great to be here. So what do you think? We're looking at to fill John's Kelly's spot as chief of staff and the White House because it doesn't seem like anyone's really climb to get the job. And do you think there's even a possibility that it remains unfilled with this president and his unique leadership style? You know? I mean, I don't think that's going to happen for very long. I think that someone is probably going to either step up to the plate or have someone step up to the plate. You know, how he is? She doesn't really he doesn't really keep things open this long. And I, you know, he's not someone as well as I know Trump's that likes to be embarrassed or being a position of leaks. So the longer he keeps his position open. I fear that it could make him. Look a little bit weaker embarrassed to say he hates appearing. Like, right. I wonder if he's going to do Jimmy Carter did just say I can handle this alone and not fill the position Jimmy Carter. Did not have a chief of staff for two and a half years. You know, right now, we all be an issue of trust big time with him with Trump and his advisors, right and people in the White House have turned on him. They believed on him. There's been many instances of betrayal and his mind. And and really the fact that so he does have to choose someone really really carefully. And that's the reason why he said that he fired in many ways, I guess there were were got back him that he was being dishonest or disloyal, and I would rather have him keep the physician open longer and really find the right person. Or what you said do what Jimmy Carter dead and keep the position open and just have him do that job. He he does seem like he can play the role of many hats. And I think that it's a possibility that he can keep it for himself because he doesn't really know who to trust so much with this White House. It's a very unique one we already know he doesn't trust the media and be he tweeted out about eight hours ago. Fake news. Has it purposely wrong? Many over. Ten are vying for and wanting the White House chief of staff position, why wouldn't someone want one of the truly great and meaningful jobs in Washington. Please report news correctly. Thank you. Well, I'll tell you why they wouldn't want it because it's kind of a thankless job. And in this administration. It seems most people leave his administration bruised battered instead of raised up to a higher. Reputation. Right, right. And that's the thing. It is gotta be someone. I think in his close circle of trust not a newcomer. And he you know, it it's easy to get on from bad side. And nobody wants up vision of being called out publicly the a tweet, right? If they be doing something wrong, right? And this is a this is an unprecedented unprecedented presidency where he's done that many times before all the time. And you know, it's a very sensitive in and unique position. And they have to do it. Well, and they also have to gain his trust true. The media might be making the story a mountain out of a molehill, we won't really know until the next few days or the next few weeks will in what I have a question why not just make Jared Kushner chief of staff, I mean, obviously, he trusts Kushner and his daughter, Ivanka, and the I think that's why he put them in the places he did because he needed to people that he felt were were loyal. So I mean, it seems like Jared Kushner is. Pretty much doing the chief of staff job in the sense that he'd never had to go through John Kelly to get access to the president. So why not just make him gatekeeper? You know? Of course, there's the pretend that there's a potential for him getting accused of nepotism or already be the accusation for him working there in the first place. That's true. That's true. I guess you would have more elevated position. But we actually don't know. Maybe that's the strategy. Maybe that is the strategy to have it looked like it's it's not being filled for a while. And have this person originally turn it down just a bit. He can say and kinda feel more justified in making Jared Kushner, his chief of staff. What about basketball? Governor Christie governor Christie is my pick. What about him? Well, Jared would never let that blur. Keep saying that the bad blood between him and Jared Kushner is preventing that you agree. Possibly. Yes. Possibly, and you know, and that's the thing. That's that's why he keeps the family member so close, and it can be a good thing. And it could be it could be a negative at the same time. I personally like Chris Christie a lot. So I think you would make a great Chris chip Jeeva staff, and I think that he's very loyal to Trump. I don't think he would have to worry about leaks or any kind of disloyalty or betrayal. There. Don't you? I don't know. The there. Jared doesn't trust them. So damn having to work together. I'm not sure is very different nudes Christie and Trump. I don't think I think I think at least their styles, very similar. They think the same. But. Styles are very similar and. Yeah. They're very honest. They don't hold back punches, and they tend to kind of come from the same mindset. I think. Are the chance to share the podium with the governor Christie a couple of times in the last time. I did he unleashed somebody else that was up there in the podium, and I just went up to him afterwards. I just said I just love hanging around. You never. It's always entertaining. Always interesting and appreciate actually political on what? Yes. Yes. Did you see that? I was there. Yeah. That was fantastic. The old back. No punches though. That's what he's all about. He he has gloves off. And he doesn't care how he looks or how it's going to look, and that's what I do like about him. And it's what I like about Trump to which I think could make a great deal between them, very interesting. That's for sure are you that they'd explode. All right. Well, I I so if I if I get go ahead. Some people were also thinking about Steve Mnuchin. I don't know what you think about him or or Mick Mulvaney, even Ryan's previous. But I hope that that's not him. Because I don't think that he I I really don't think he should be back to an elevated position like that. All right. Yeah. Did you by the way, see the the? Somebody from the house or the Senate said a spirited discussion today between Shumer and Pelosi and President Trump. I did not see it yet. No. What was it about? It was spirited. There was a yelling match about the wall is the only match by the wall. And it seemed to me the and the reason I bring it up is. I don't think anything comes of it. It's out or a particularly meaningful interaction, but to my I it was political grandstanding on Trump's side to appeal to the sort of Ann Coulter Lewinsky wing of his constituencies days and Nancy Pelosi was doing her opposite thing to secure her position as speaker of the house, and I don't know what Schumer was up to they just sort of. They started yelling at each other. But is that I don't know where they accomplished anything. But I think it was more political posturing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You're right. I did see a clip of that. And and to me, it's just more of this grandstanding and posturing that they do to make their sides clear. I think it's very clear where each of them stand on it. And I think they may be headed for a government shutdown. If they don't move an inch. You know, I think that Trump has been trying to reach over the aisle, they have not. So what would we have, you know, thousands of migrants potentially coming through our border. We have to be really concerned. I mean, this is this should be a number one issue that all Americans should be concerned about right or left, which is which is what concerns me that. It's not well what? Now, Mexico has gone on the record saying they're going to invest thirty billion dollars in their southern border. That's not in their border in their countries, south of them. They're gonna actually invest economically. Correct. To try a new stem the flow of migrants headed up there. I mean, they're going to try and actually deal with the problem. You know, I mean, it's the Democrats want nothing. They're just offering much less money than the president's asking for. And they're saying we don't want a wall we want offense. I mean, I think everybody kind of has to come to terms with the idea that something has to be done. Otherwise, you know, all the symptoms of the greater problem are are going to be just as big as the problem itself. But, you know, Trump's position on this wall or this fence, you know, to his base. It's like well Mexico's gonna pay for it. Now, they're definitely not. Now, we need five billion of our money. And so the Democrats are going to try and exchange something for it. But it's not clear what has to be a fence and candy can't become concrete created what I don't care. It seems like semantics securities we want who cares. How they do it. I don't care. It could be electrified fly into the country. So agree, it's enhanced security, and you know, Democrats say will if they build a wild and people are going to go under the while. They're gonna go over there. They're gonna fly over drug. They're still gonna pour regardless, but it is a strong message. You know, it's a strong political message for our country to say, this is something that we're not tolerating anymore, and we need to put our American citizens. I even we have the the mayor of Tijuana wearing a make Tijuana great again hat. He that Trump was right? Right. And so people I think are starting to really see the consequences of embedded migration, and with you know, the huge amounts of it coming through. So I do think that all of this, you know, the migrant caravan and things like that. I think that it's only it's strengthening his base. And I do think it's strengthening actually people from the middle of the aisle thing, you know, this is just this has gone too far enough is enough. Enough is enough. Let's see what that means. I mean, if it means a government shutdown. I don't I don't I'm trying to figure out who would either benefit or lose more from a government shutdown because I you know. It's like a game of chicken. Yeah. Yeah. If someone's gonna lose and someone's going to be embarrassed. And so you know, one side is not gonna look good coming through. So I I would like to avoid a government shutdown as possible. I don't you know, it's hard to say who wins from that situation. But we will you know, time will tell ticking remind ourselves that when they say government shutdown. I it really only shuts down something like five percent of the government. Right. It's it's a particular piece. That's shutdown. I forget what's included. Yeah. Go to national national people don't get their paychecks. I mean, it's it's not trivial. If you're one of these people that but in terms of the thinking of it as government shutting down a little bit of a misnomer. Yeah. It's a little bit. It's a little bit of a misnomer for sure it's an exaggeration. And it's a very it's really more of a threat than anything. It sounds really terrible and catastrophic, but regardless it would just be I think it would say a lot. If Democrats actually gave a little bit more because it would show their constituents their side that they do care about American citizens and American safety baronets help spot now because their base is so riled up. You know, getting ready for twenty twenty. They don't wanna see any cooperation with the president. So they have kind of a tough position as well. They've put themselves in that position. Now, you know, I mean, they've put themselves they've made themselves so anti Trump, and the anti Trump that that even when something is really good for the country..

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"chris chip" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"News Radio twelve hundred W O, A AI. We're taking calls last half hour in Jim in Covina, California got stranded. Sorry about that. Jim. I tried to get you on earlier, but we just ran out of time, but it's open line. So you're you're kicking it off on coast to coast. Go ahead. Yeah. Continue the same subject. I got I'm getting up a cold. But it was the Kennedy assassination was all CIA orchestrated 'cause the three hobos they got caught. No one really ever talks about him one of them with Bradley, Chris. And he was the when they let him out. Why would the police he get let out? The news people carrying wine bottling up at paper bag, and it's like why why would they give him back his wine bottle? And if you if you Google is photo readily, Chris man with the hobos, and he's exactly the same and other two guys. They're not hobos. They're like gin. Right. And what the guests were saying about Bush somebody had to orchestrate it, and I called George Noory two weeks ago. And the guy was talking about the Kennedy gets asked the nation. And I said the Cuban missile crisis was over. It was it was almost like a front from Chris chip UFO because there was a treaty signed after World War Two like we got half the Germans dying in his they got half German sane. Still decrease during that time with saying the Kennedy will I wanna down you up over the Kennedy calls up the CIA saying, okay what what about this? And they're going back and forth fighting over it. There's no no, yes. No. And all of a sudden, they find again and defunding. CIA plenty says, okay. At the Kennedy told him there's going to World War three is going to start the United States gave the rust in the UFO. That's when Kennedy told Marilyn Monroe. That's when they killed Maryland run out. You're going to have to go with the time line, which would be from the Cuban missile crisis. That one year Gobert sixty two time he got shot a win Butch was running around here. And there. Kennedy got killed Dorothy Garin got killed ten. Involved with Laurie iron case. Okay. So let me let me let me jump in here NS question. So are you are saying UFO right that we gave the Russians over a down. But we were supposed to share technology over a treaty. They knew we had a down crap. Krushtchev couldn't go to Eisenhower because he was to bowl headed he waiting for Kennedy to get an off week a boss Kennedy around, and that's what he did for that candy eventually got shot because he told Marilyn Monroe and they for the time. That's what the CIA had to kill him for the time. That's what had been done there. Just to say like, you're not you're not supposed to do that. You bring you bring up some elephants. I I've never heard before. So again, I'll write that down. I'll take a look later on. I can find any other way that people have made those connections in the past. In the meantime, I'll go east of the Rockies, Laura is in Maine. Coast to coast, Laura, how far away are you from Kim bunk port. Probably about an hour and a half. Okay. I'm about what do you call it? The next town over from Augusta. All right, and it's open lines. Where do you wanna go? Basically what I agree with that woman. I've never his hand or saw him personally. But I never thought goodbyes even looking at his face or any of his family, especially his wife, and stolen bones. And which from what I understand what I've research has some satanic background to it. Also, you know, you talk about the the trial. Commission. Yeah. He got himself involved in. And I really believe that he is set to order is in in this capacity. The new world order. I never got the I just never got an evil vibe from it, which I think is interesting that I think that's why. And it's part of the interesting for me. Anyway, the very compelling contrast. This week has been drawn between a public image of sort of been nine friendliness, and what was really going on perhaps behind the scenes. I mean, if even half of what Russ Baker writes in family secrets is true. It's still very chilling. But but I I get evil or satanic from him ever. I. Maybe it's more chef. It's like this morning. I get up and he's on the news. I'm like what the guy frigging. I'm sick a year. It's almost like, you know, rewrite history for the next couple of weeks. It's pretty common with any kind of president though. Right. I mean, there's there's a lot to be said for that. I know it may be irksome for some if that's not your political allegiance, but we kind of went through that too with McCain. And I think that as a country there are national people national figures that we do venerate and we during that period of time of morning like you would perhaps even in your own family. You kind of boil away the impurities for a period of time. I just wanted to. I just was tired of hearing about how he was just he seemed like the way they described you was like Forrest Gump ING his way through history. And I just think he was much more of a player than that. And that's why I wanted to do that show the first couple of hours if you missed it, you.

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"chris chip" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It scares me. And I would be nice to everyone a deadly class. That's all. That's that's of course. Now, I think I'd just be the quiet timid one. I'm like, listen, I'm not trying to die today. Like, I got too much going on. Yeah. So so the class look out for that in January everyone and next we have a doctor who I don't know too much about Dr Who I'm before we started. I had the worst impression of Dr Who which I'm not gonna show off this show. Maybe a little later, but we'll see Christian doctor who is kinda surfacing everywhere. This week. What's happening with the with this story here? All right unsubstantiated reports. So don't hold me to this. But there's a rumor that the BBC hasn't denied that Jodie Whittaker who just took over as the new doctor. I emailed Dr and show runner Chris chip mall or about to leave. That's kind of a big deal because one they just got on. There would be one of the shortest ten years. Not since Chris Eccleston as someone done a one and done as the doctor. But beyond that when they announced that Christian take over writing for Stephen Moffatt right at a Sherlock. And I was do that Dracula show they did it. It's so eighteen months in advance. They give you plenty of time to let you know like a there's going to be care. Attention paid to the handing over the reins. And this seems like a situation where they might legit up to change the entire creative makeup of the show. When you give people eighteen months, you give them enough time to kind of figure it out the goal is that you're not gonna notice a writing difference. Right. So you stopped watching community, but there's a community one through three and then season four Dan Harmon was fired right and tell there was a writing difference between the characters act.

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"chris chip" Discussed on Bigmouth

Bigmouth

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Bigmouth

"And I don't really want to watch it, and I have to find the control really really stressed by it. But I play at doing as well. So it's BBC the BBC like credits boring stuff. You've got a lot of time. But still that clipping them you get about ten seconds. And I I'm so boring. I want to see who's done some the music, I quite night to could cost you, and then the exact juices DOE. How will we ever get to know who the future? Rostrum camera Ken Mola's every little details. When you're watching streaming service. It's not that you're watching telly when they've got us, you know, flinging advert, so the next programs got not surely you have more time. So please, please. Can you give me some credits? Start lopping them off. I think the BBC's been doing this for ages, and they will usually tread on it tragic ending a major cliffhanger with Cohen Opitz results from strictly on the BBC will say because you view, shown and shed by me, we are very much in the minority say what most view is one is to just. Yeah. We don't care about. She'll say you're watching on I player that for the reasons they don't have the next program in China. I don't see why they should be doing that. It's insulting my interest in the next new Ken. I agree. Well, my closing Tom chesser is I'm incredibly it's continuing rolling culinary series of doctor who the Rosa Parks decide which I thought was really good. But the thing that stood out to me. I thought was really worthy of Coventry the villain was actual outright racist. If even looks like he should be able to March right now he had that's Jeep it got a, hyper masculine. I'm cool heck cut, and he's rationale was Rosa Parks from civil rights moving. Then this is the moment when it all goes wrong decide I thought was really brave of doc data. Just relieved to see the beginning, the BBC's track record of the moment with news and other political strands. He was something redressing the balance. I'd also nobody popped up. Well, you know what maybe space race? That's a point. People of both sides of the face racism debate, this doctor who is a real return to cool to who values right educational dramatic child focused, right? The almost back to the haunt Moliro. So I'm really loving this here. He's gone. Sorry. Sorry. Batman co. Not have anyone come in and say that. All right. Well, let's give. Good on getting involved in. This children's amazing person. I'm absolutely I think what you're saying really is that he's BBC editorial standards with their it's insane obsession with balanced some things there is no balance. Nobody's going to pop up in the middle of Tom Baker and has a point. Should out the thing that was in the radio times preview this episode, right? This is written by Alison Graham in the radio times. It's an old episode co-written, boy, Monory Butman and Chris chip..

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"chris chip" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Great to have tomor back in the lineup. He's centering that third line with Marshall Bowery and his right Plumer Durgin and Tyron all your four flying at pumpkins didn't expect to get Tom lack back for a while. But he was cleared to play this weekend. So he is in the lineup. Iran. Also in the lineup after missing some games and the falcons win the drop. Bring it up bring it in. That's pheno lost it in the corner. Going the other way with Caniggia's Chris chip it back into the air force in picking it up is going to be Hutchison feeds across for heat heat. Couldn't get any does retrieve it now, and he takes a tough angled shot right down the goal line in on Christoph Lewis who swats it away. Picked up by four check by Canisius here McLaughlin, four check with the falcons managed to bring it out to phenol at center ice. He will send it in thousands will change on the fly and the grits try to dig it up to two hundred feet away. And we've got a tripping call coming up here on air force trying for the takeaway that was either stone or Sarah, Tori, and his stick got cut up between the legs of one of the grips, and that's an easy. Call tori. Go to the box two minutes for a trip. You gotta stick in the legs of local gastro grow. Who's coming out from behind the back of the net air force trailing one zero fourteen twenty two lift first period. I e the game goes against air force. The grips are on the power play on the season. They are two for twelve on their man advantage is so here we go. They drop it in front of Christopolous year site circle. And before they put it down. We're gonna kick out algebra to leave him in. And now they false alarm on the face off. We will do it again. Kyle Hake for air force will take to draw against Hoover who has the only goal of this game for Canisius scored about a minute forty five seconds in. Win the draw there on the power play Alger from the point near side. Leads high slot. They send it to the other side. Top of the circle back to the high slot for shot historic. Got a piece of that one kicked it away. And then the has tried to clear it and Senate up and out of play. Let's see where they're going to put this puck down here. Still in the air force. And they'll keep it in his own that went up of air force. Boy, what a chance by Austin elder who rotated down on the backside post and had a good look in front of Christopolous face off at this time on the other side of the ice away from us in on the right side of Billy Kristof. Loose puck is in the corner. Doug off the wall by the Griffiths. Cameron heath. He passed away. Save Christoffel is no rebound. Billy. The leather. There hasn't been the catching glove that's Cameron. Heath one of the best offensive defenseman in Atlantic. Hockey. A senior at Troy Michigan comes into this game fifty five career points. Had a good look on the power play Billy slides over and makes the save one thirty two left the penalty territory. Faceoff stays in the air force and force playing from behind here in the opening period early on after giving up a goal on the first Russia the game by Griff. There is a win on the face off in a clear by Dan Bailey up the ice coast puck followed.

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"chris chip" Discussed on SRSLY

SRSLY

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on SRSLY

"So last week I recommended subjected Anna's, y'all cajoled into watching the first episode of the knees areas of doctor who which is called the woman who fell to earth. And it's the first episode to star Jodie Whittaker as the doctor. So Anna, how did you go with her? Yeah. What a title? The woman he to us because immediately makes me think of like Bowie and you know the farthest corners of the intergalactic world. But the key word of the title really as earth in this woman is a very kind of like, you know, Dr Who can be so fantastical sometimes in this was I would say like grittier. Yeah, and more literal and grounded. Yeah, very grounded in the episode is set in Sheffield on. It's pretty much normal presentation of Sheffield, you know, with a few obvious departures. So I quite liked that. Today immediately bring Jodie Whittaker, and is the thirteenth doctor in this quite like relatable background and obviously each each some time, there's a regeneration quite often Nezar new, so of show runner as well. And now we've got Chris chip Noel taken. He didn't do the last season, right? He I don't think though this is where I make things up to. I am pretty sure he has been a writer owned up to for while doing like a few episodes of saving episode. Teradata. I normally come here. I think he's now taking over from Stephen Moffatt. It's like the whole thing, and I'm pretty sure I read somewhere that. That's right. Yeah, I did. I read an article a behind the scenes article that BuzzFeed did about the new doctor with he was one of the voices in it, and he'd said that a having the Nudo to be cost as woman was one of his like hard rules taking jobs. The other thing was that he wanted to introduce like complete, try and introduce complete party with everyone. So like more women produces more women camera operators like everything. Yeah, I really liked, which was cool. That was nice of him. Yeah, and she yet. So she I JD with. I've seen mainly a brewer before this, and I did really like her or not, but it's completely different kind of role where she was playing quite concerned and grieving parents and in in this she's really Bob Blais, which I'm now like, that's not a word you would've used. For the David Tennant Doxa, but as laid to similarities that, yeah, I think there are two. I think she's very David tenancy. Yes, very energetic and full of like non sequiturs and throwing out phrases all over the place and professor and David Tennant used to do this effervescence Goodwood. Actually, David Tennant used to do this thing all the time where he let interrupted himself as he like he was thinking as he was talking and she was doing he was doing the exact same thing. Yeah, which I really like actually, and it's nice to see. It's funny to think like the you wouldn't have expected us to be discussing female doctrine being like, Ashley, she's really similar doctors, but in that sense, he is really similar to a preceding male doctors. That's actually weirdly quite comforting because although you do what each regeneration to be different, you do want them to still essentially feel like the same character because they are for all intents and purposes feet down the same character. And I like the it didn't. It felt like a continuation rather than a like crazy departure. That's probably more important for her as a woman coming into a chief than to just be totally different. And then she obviously got her assistance and Chessel Floca. Yes, very, very trendy for her term issue. Dyspraxia law has Ryan vlogger and yes, he's a policewoman like a trainee year, visit Chea. And then is it Gary, the Graham, Graham, Graham, the thorough. They all look the same to me the the man's older white man who is introduced through in this episode through this really Saad episode of he. He's of Ryan step grandad. He's his Grun's second husband and she, she dies in the course of like saving the world for monsters..

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"chris chip" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Double Toasted

"And I think it's really cool thing that they have a female doing. I think she's a great actress. You've seen her in anything that she's done? Gonna do good. Now, the the bigger takeaway here is a different show runner. All right. So Steven moth that he was kind of the the father of modern doctor who after Russell Davies, he left the show last season. That was his final thing. So this is gonna feel like not only brand new show because we have a new doctor, but totally, it's a completely different. Show runner a different vision, none. I believe his name is Chris chip, Nell. He did a really good show called broad church on ever heard of it, but no. Really solid. It's a mystery set in London. But anyway, the point is this man. I'm cautiously optimistic about it, right? Like wha. What's the problem with having a female take over the role of fucking alien. It's not like he's a God damn man. He's not JAMES BOND going around schmoozing all the time. You know what I mean? So what's the problem here? I don't know my problems. Robert. Let's say my only problem is I don't know what the fuck is going on that show, and I don't give a shit about that show and people are going to hate me for saying that. But let's go ahead and jump into the emails of all because we slowly got to wrap things up here, and let's go ahead and hop onto the emails. Starting off with the Matthew Williams here says, hey, guys, I wanted to, I say, good job. You guys have been getting better and better each week. Oh, thank you Matthew. So this shows definitely want to check out until your audience about, heck I'll even be around it bubble, blah. Let's go ahead and see what his question is though. Let's see. I believe the show's going to stop seventy episodes. So what shows he talking about? The rise of the Phoenix is so it's a Chinese series purchase and being released on Netflix. So it says, why is this worth seeing Takehiro house of flying flying Tigers and Kurtz golden flowers and have told like house of cards. And various little finger story arcs and game of thrones so. Okay. That sounds that sounds intriguing. Oh, and that was the ruthless. Wonder who send us that, so Christian. What do you feel about that? I've never even heard of a combo like that, but that's pretty enticing when I hear that. Yeah. I mean, someone said once telling the same three stories over and over again, I don't know who it was. Might have been Shakespeare who cares, but it's true. It's like a lot of this overlaps. Right. Like I started watching this other show called succession on HBO or if you've heard of it, but it's about like the billionaire family or whatever. But it has a lot of the same overtones, like game of thrones house of cards, like these wheeling and dealing political kind of mishmash of shows. You know what I mean?.

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"chris chip" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:53 min | 3 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on KGO 810

"Lives we, have put together two hundred million dollars to put seven football fields worth of netting. Underneath the the eastern side of the bay. Bridge I. Mean she's made the Golden Gate Bridge with the idea being. That it would deter people they would see it and. They wouldn't jump Those that do will be held there'll be hard for, them to get. Up and it's not gonna feel good falling on it I I don't, think it's not gonna kill them I think you know. This is a reputation for a, long time fifteen hundred people have died. This is longtime coming and they you know I know that there's been and I've made this argument about putting people. Out there putting boxes where people can call bridge. Has an incredible. Allure and now. It's been around with seventy five. Years something like? That and and I think this is just. A really smart thing to do. And I think this will save a lot of lives and I think as you know I'm I'm proud. That we've done it I'm a couple of people that are involved in it and it makes me I know they're proud what they're doing. It's dangerous, works few by the way up there it's not easy Chris from concord you work. With us suicide prevention is that right Chris Chip? Dicky I belong to, the rich watch. Angel air what we do in price walks with c. blessing and help us. Bridge police and we require trading tour volunteers system where we walked up bridge and. We profile so people that sit a profile, in general you probably imagine what that profile might be people that might want to and. Their rights how do you? Approach? Them Chris what's the first thing? You, say well there's Don't stay stops there so, soft approach which is hey how's how how did you see those dolphins down there or. What are you, doing with the rest of your Valentine's Day or hey you know blah blah there's a. Sauce approach than what we're Jewish we're trying? To, get an idea of their Janina most, of the people. That come to the bridge we're happy to be there they're tourists and whatnot. So people that are depressed or angry not eating your case JT would conversation or. They have what we call an unnatural objects, in other words their emotional state appears to not be here for seem to sit in. With the surrounding is there? A? Particular time of day Chris no? Actually, there It's, only statistics Are it's a slight. On sugar holiday It really doesn't, matter it's warning and then the coaches I believe it's. Five thirty or I think it's Then they actually, get all the pedestrians off the rich after that No when people you approach people and we if we. If, we feel that you know somebody appears to not, between, Jerry well, we'll try to do is we want to say hey you? Know soundtrack, or having a hard time, would you like to talk you. Know it's only what's going on and, these are all crisis intervention things that we've learned over the years not only, from the people that are in our group that are trained. Professionals but also from the bridge, that they've. Helped, with our training a lot of things to say, not say now if somebody really looks. Like they're really not spot but they're not really talking up. Didn't we might actually switched to a harder coach which is key You come to the bridge which idea, of, ending your, life now interestingly enough chip say jeez you come here to? Hurt yourself, nobody Trump's Serta hook themselves, bridge they're coming there and research. Dirty end up being I wanna talk, to you more to and as because this is something we're gonna be talking, about frequently but let me cut to a couple of points. Here do you do you believe, that there. Is, a certain allure to this bridge that this netting, would help stop people from choosing this. To commit suicide people just go to a, different place okay Start a number of years ago were five hundred people that have been proven that have? Been taken off the bridge over the. Years Parts typically suicidal thing track the researchers shot down. Five, hundred of these people to, find out how many of them were still alive and ninety four. Percent of them were still alive now the takeaway is oftentimes suicide especially something with the parades which does have a greater war That. Is, a temporary situation and oftentimes, in ninety four percent I mean that's just right there guys If you can stop that person from being, on the bridge and trumping often ending your life if you, could step between that in this. Case what, the barrier is just to Eighty four percent, chance that they will never do Yeah we will thawed your work Real quick because I know, we have to take other calls but do you think that the the the fencing? Can replace, a person, stopping them I mean you know sometimes having a human, connection can maybe change someone's mind but just maybe a. Physical barrier might. Not be able I don't know do you think it's going to be? Able, to. Provide, the same deterrent yes yes know number one's bridge which I want to give a quick. Shout out to during credible people they don't do it for the money and they, don't do it for. The same but they're. Incredibly trained they can't be everywhere now with the purchase with the barriers designed to do from my viewpoint, is twenty down below, the below what's called the court and you're not going to be. A, soft landing hipped up thing Being twenty feet it's And also charge I think what it's gonna do is. Its sap you out it's gonna wake you up if you really want to. Try, to do it now the other thing that bridge please told me we can get off the. Line I wanted to purchase least. Told. Me on their last watching. Said look the other bridge. Where this. Works install charge Ciro. Suicide since it was built, Chris good stuff man thank you, again so what's the name of your organization again if you wanna look it up okay we're on Facebook called. Blitz watch all one word. Bridge watch angel well. Way to. Go but that's all you know I'm telling? You there's something mystical? Even almost romantic about the bridge that draws people there and this is this netting can really make a difference I really believe in it I, really do Danny, hi man are you heard, that that's pretty moving stuff what are, you saying I think it's a terrible idea, and I'll tell you why it's not because I'm challenged and. I want people to in a moment of despair lose their. Lives and it's not about. Economic although I do wanna talk about that but. I, think they're missing something so obvious and this is the law of unintended consequence This bridge is an attractive nuisance news the word lure is an incredible draw for people who are. In deep despair who want. To end it all. And when. When it began the seventy five million dollars? Program and ballooned up? To more than two hundred nine dollars program when that program to put nets underneath the bridge was approved and is now being implemented what have, you done to, this branch you've taken away, it's attractive quality to those who are, in despair and they will no longer jump, from the bridge they will still be suicidal With that guy, just let's Christner last caller said the? Similar situation happened. Another bridge really put up a guard and ninety four percent of those people didn't commit suicide a. Couple of years later after Would love the chance to chat with Chris but I think I think we're missing the headline I agree yeah there you go What's the irony referred to I don't see. Any irony. Here. I think it's The Golden Gate Bridge will no longer be. That attraction for suicidal folks and we'll no longer have the opportunity to intervene we've got fridge walking heroes like Frisch and. The British police heroes. Who have an opportunity to intervene because bridges a. Magnet that's a great point we'll. Discuss that on the flip side of that you make a really. Good point. I, have a. Counterpoint, and we'll talk to you? Guys at eight. Oh eight oh eight one oh is it, worth the money I say yes and the change, of the look of the I don't think it's gonna look that much different. Especially from the way. We look at it mostly from, a distance up close you might. Notice it. We'll, talk. About that. Next, again if you'd like to comment eight oh eight oh.

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"chris chip" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"Sorts to blow everything up so overrule humming it's terrible it is really really a netflix pull you know you know fill matching its crushingly loud merlene bindingly dole utterly without coherence and purpose other than as a moneymaking thing but it is less obnoxious than the previous transformers films it is by no means the worst and as opposed to making me angry it just made me sleep ian toy it can you just did do it on the costing amend a big yeah i mean uniformly brilliant performances and our own and our very own jason isaacs yes yes i who cut of has these old entrance halfway through the fell beat does her and he plays zukhurov who was uclaf head of the soviet army great hero put so he he felt he could just tell style and what to do the only one really and jason play'seek over the yorkshire rights and yes which he's described himself as sending a little bit brian glittering klay's yes a little bit and smack a smattering of sean bean as well there's a year i mean i it's a front it is a fantastic engines because when he comes in every because everybody is terrified of saying the wrong thing except that phrase pages genuinely doesn't care as poses platelets play clip just to illustrate some of the points making here sending the accents point rather nicely so go steeper shami's the key to chris chip and jason as is it georgi zhukov or georgy zhukov uh we had long debates about that and i left up to them to decide sukhov zukile uh we've replaced all the swearing in his lot it with birdsong so is this song as conveys out like a i was the one who portrays by on on all rooms rapporteurs were sticky bolt thank you.

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"chris chip" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"chris chip" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Now there's been a huge announcement today we know who will play the thirteenth doctor for the first time the time road we played by women as well as the tires and the dolok also in reception is aross correspondent vincent downside vincent tell us more about the new delta okay so jody whitaker is 35 she's born in yorkshire northern england she pretty well known in the uk she's not an megastar but she was very very impressive in a tv series called broad church back showed how a murder pulled apart a fictional time endorsing people were very very keen on her performance is not tokia coincidence that chris chip knew who created broad church is now taking over as the next as we say these days show runner for dr who and how much cummings pilot program to change with the announcement of not just a new dr but the first female timely yeah i think you're absolutely right i i think a lot of people thought we were heading either for a black doctor or a female doctor i think genuinely it's chris chip mls choice but i think senior figures here the bbc would definitely hoping for a change but it's not just a matter of that lead casting completely radically different as it is i think quite a lot of longtime devote ties have been thinking the story lines may give got a little bit store jima last two or three years so incomprehensible in occasional episodes so under new boss but definitely with a new dr the first female doctor i think people are hoping that it will go in a totally different direction at how has this decision been received by the fans.

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