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Fresh update on "chris " discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Moving people and technology forward. Four 45, George Wallace, not allowed to cheer about it Nats park as of late, but maybe something tonight. Yeah, that's good. I like that. That's always the positive, right? Well, when they got to cheer for next week, mister pussy. There you go. They got to cheer for Juan Soto and Josh bell this past weekend in different uniform tonight. Top prospect CJ Abrams nationals number one prospect in 11th overall in baseball will make his debut this evening for Washington. One of the 5 prospects acquired in the trade a couple of weeks ago. He's been promoted from Rochester to take the place Luis Garcia goes on the injured list, so Abrams will play shortstop this evening, no pressure on him whatsoever. Orioles, game and a half out of a wild card spot now after dropping two straight will be in Toronto rangers have fired manager Chris Woodward today the fourth skipper to be fired in the middle of the year a little league softball World Series Texas beats the team from Maryland 5 four to win the championship. The college football pre top 25 preseason rankings around for the 9th time Alabama number one to follow by Ohio State Georgia Clemson and Notre-Dame towards WTO before
Harvick wins again; NASCAR playoff picture remains muddled
"Last week Kevin Harvick broke a 65 race winless streak and this week at Richmond Raceway he stalked the leaders all day pouncing in this final stage to take home the checkered flag for the second time in as many weeks It's nice to be able to get to victory lane and to do that two weeks in a row I think today was just a total team effort They were great on pit road The back to back winner said he almost let the lead slip through his hands in the closing laps but held on to keep a hard charging Christopher Bell behind him at the line I screwed up Not from just not from coasting around That's for sure Bill would finish second followed by Chris bush or in third I'm Jerry Jordan
Bassitt, Mets blank Phils again for 17th win in 20 games
"The red hot mets made it two or three against the Phillies with a 6 to zero win The mets have won 17 of their last 20 Chris Bassett picked up his tenth win as the mets held Philadelphia to two runs in three games It's hard to score on us I mean that's kind of what we're built for and we're going to have face really good really good lineups hopefully in the playoffs Francisco Lindor knocked in his 82nd run the most ever by emits shortstop Zach Wheeler took the loss Mike mancuso New York
Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Breaks Down the FBI Raid
"Let's jump straight in with what you guys have done in judicial watch. So allegedly, the raid executed by 30 FBI agents, they didn't leave the warrant there, or at least they didn't show the supporting documentation. The lawyers had to I'm not going to disclose who you spoke to. But the lawyers were in a tough position, were they not in Mar-a-Lago? Yeah, I have informed opinion and my informed opinion is that there was a showdown of demanding the warrant be produced. The agents just wanted to go in, raid the building, and the lawyers had to say, excuse me. Well, let's be clear. I mean, when they want to raid a search warrant rate is conducted, the objective is shocking awe. They wish to disorient and subdue the target environment. Who's ever there? And they're good at doing it. And even, you know, somebody who's in anticipation of it or is a seasoned person, there's an effort to suppress the environment so they can take control of it. And they're very good at it. Nonetheless, the sylvan obligation to provide the warrant, more importantly, on Tuesday, late afternoon early evening, we filed a motion in the southern district of Florida to get to the affidavit. So a warrant is an authorization to go violate your Fourth Amendment, right? So document that underneath has to have something which supports. And so the supporting document is an affidavit. Normally by a supervisory special agent of the United States. Correct. And it explains this is our investigation. This is our target. This is what we're looking for. We have reason to believe a crime has occurred or is occurring. So in this case, it would have to be because it's about classified documents. Somehow a crime has been committed. To those documents correct. Or is about to be imminently committed on Mar-a-Lago. Otherwise, you can't do it. Correct.
Chris Farrell Unpacks Merrick Garland's Latest Press Conference
"All I can say at this time. Ladies and gentlemen, we started the show with that live. That was the attorney general Merrick Garland, who was 30 minutes late to a press engagement that was announced just over an hour ago. No questions less than 5 minutes long. It couldn't be better time for us to have in studio the guests we do have a man with years of counter intelligence experience under his belt in the U.S. Army now director of investigations and research for the people who have been central to uncovering the truth about what happened in Mar-a-Lago. He is Chris Farrell. I'm Sebastian gorka. This is America first Chris. I wasn't expecting much, but I wasn't expecting him to celebrate the counter terrorism work of members of the Department of Justice. Was anything substantive said in the last three minutes by the attorney general? A lot of hollow platitudes for sure, but one good thing was identified. And that is he claimed that he personally authorized approved the search warrant being a submitted to the judge. So now we know a responsibility lies. And so any other finger pointing and second guessing set that aside, Merrick Garland now owns this and it looks like he's going to eat it. This is for him to hang with and to be he's claimed that he's claimed the responsibility. It is his. We'll talk
It's a Peculiar Artifact of Our System, But...
"It's a peculiar artifact of our system, but cabinet members, secretaries, directors of agencies like the FBI and the CIA. And the president keep their security clearances until they go in the ground. Until they die, they have their clearances. So the idea that president Trump wasn't allowed access to documents likewise is utterly spurious. Is a Dodge is a faint former president still even receives briefings from intelligence agencies. Former presidents have been invited to talk about issues of national import and national security by new presidents. It's how we do business in a normal administration.
Sebastian Reflects on the Presidential Clearance System
"Served in the Trump White House as deputy assistant to the president for strategy. As a result of that political commission, yes, that is what we were called politically commissioned officers of the president. I had to go undergo a background investigation. And acquire a top secret SCI, clearance. The clearance system in America, it's different in other countries. Has a very specific genesis and purpose. The intelligence communities, the 17 big agencies, there are many, many other small ones inside various departments and armed services, but the 17 American federal intelligence agencies serve one person in government. Their job is to provide intelligence, raw, or finished intelligence, to help the president of the United States make national security and foreign policy decisions. That is the only reason they exist. In fact, the whole classification system for documents for clearances exists for the president. It doesn't serve the chairman of the joint chiefs. It is not subordinate to the Speaker of the House or the vice president. It serves the president. That is why, for example, the president can give a clearance to anyone he wishes to, likewise he can strip only he can strip a clearance from anybody he wants to. If he wants to give his best buddy from high school a top secret SCI, code word, SAP program clearance, he can. He can just click his fingers and make it happen, because this system works for him. It is predicated, it exists to serve him in protecting America as the commander in chief. Likewise, should he wish to strip someone in federal government in the executive as the chief executive, he can strip them instantly. So the idea that a president or former president is a misusing classified information is impossible. He could wrap his fish in chips in classified information. If he wanted to, he could declassify in theory every single classified document or piece of information in U.S. government, who caused chaos, but he has the power to do so.
Julie Kelly: Leaking Info to Corrupt Media Isn't Helping Garland
"Julius is that why you think Garland gave this kind of rushed this is sniveling coward of a human being gave this rushed kind of pathetic presser yesterday where he just scuttled off without even taking a single question They must know this that the narrative they've lost the narrative at this point They've lost the narrative and I'll tell you Dan leaking information to The Washington Post and now just within the past 15 20 minutes to The Wall Street Journal Instead of letting the legal process or doing what they said that they were going to do which is wait until this afternoon to hear from Trump's lawyers and then they would release at their leaking it to the same regime propagandist who obliged the American people about everything related to Donald Trump for 6 years This does nothing to restore their credibility It actually burns it even further because the only people that Americans hate more and trust less than the federal government is the news media And they're giving it to these mainstream outlets who promoted the Russia collusion hoax and every other stupid scheme that the government has put the anti Trump government forces have put together So this is not in for Merrick Garland and Chris ray basically to low key threat in Americans for criticizing this or criticizing the agency That really is certainly not helpful and will infuriate people even more Julia I'm having
Suspect who tried to breach FBI office dies in standoff
"Ohio authorities are investigating why an armed man tried to breach an FBI field office as officials worn a rising threats against federal agents following the Mar-a-Lago search The anger has grown after the FBI searched Donald Trump's Florida estate this week Users on a social media site popular with white supremacists and anti semites have warned they're getting ready for an armed revolution Trump and allies like GOP congressman Troy nails have joined in the criticism This corrupt DoJ and the FBI The online chatter threatening violence against federal agents has caught the attention of FBI chief Chris wray and his boss attorney general Merrick Garland I will not stand by silently when their integrity is unfairly attacked Calling them dedicated and patriotic public servants Sagar Meghani Washington
A Look at the Suspects in the Christa Helm Murder
"Let's look at the suspects for the police. Sandy Smith, Chris agent, and the person whose house she was murdered in front of. Definitely in the Hollywood party scene, potentially had mob ties and definitely was a shady character. The next suspects a guy named Rudy mosel. A drug dealer who was roommates with Blair aronson, the keyboardist who worked on Christa's disco album. And so I was to say that crystal was storing large amounts of Coke from azela and during that time she stole some drugs from him and he found out and got a bit violent toward her. Another crazy thing Rudy sprag that he was the one who committed the murder. Now we all know that there are false confessions that happen. They happen pretty regularly in murder cases, but this is one that I would take a little seriously. He wasn't looked at deeply at the time of Christ as murder, but when the case was opened back up in the mid 2000s, cold cased investigators found that Rudy had been dead for years so there's nothing they could do with that. I think he's the general favorite of whoever killed Chris to helm. But with investigators unable to interview him, there was no direct evidence linking him to the death. So the case is still unsolved to this day. What I would do is I'd like to know what sandy Smith saw. And why did he lie to the police? What's also interesting about this case is investigative found tapes among her possessions and audio recordings of her sexual encounters. I love to hear those tapes. Another fascinating possible suspect is Tony sirico. Pauly walnuts himself. The roommate Stephanie said that he showed up at their apartment right after the party to check on Chris as well fair, but that ended up not happening. And what ended up happening was he went to their apartment to steal fur coats and personal items of Kristin's. So Stephanie have always believed that it was Tony who initially stole Christa's tape recordings from her room after the murder. Why he did that? I don't know.
A Series of Strange Situations Surround Christa Helm's Death
"Investigators had very little to go on at the scene, but they matched the keys to the car and the apartment that you shared with Stephanie. Stephanie Warsaw. When police went to the apartment step, they told him that a roommate Krista had the car last night. And this is where the story gets even weirder. Kristen's roommate Stephanie told investigators that sandy Smith was Chris's agent and was a mutual friend of both, and she said that Chris had called Sammy from the party earlier that he didn't try to get him to join the party. When asked about that night sandy Smith told investigators that she was sound asleep and never heard a thing. I mean, he was a he claimed that he had no idea that Chris had been stepping a mere feet Amir several feet from his house. That's weird to me. But according to witnesses, that statement is false because there were other people coming and going from sandy's house all evening and the person who found Chris body was on his way to sandy south. So that's the line. That's a first line. Why was sandy trying to hide this from the police? We don't know. In the recording from recessions at the disco studio, working on our album. Investigators found that they were littered with personal drama and tension. On those on those audios. Apparently your backup singer patty Collins was having a secret relationship with Krista, but Christa denied being a lesbian and that upset Collins, when they heard the recordings investigators went on the hunt for patty Collins, but she was never found. To this day, we don't know where she went. We don't want she left. Another weird thing. Christa was said to have been carrying a handbag that contained a diary. But again, like I said, the purse, the diary, never been accounted for. So after a few months, this case went cold. The police had too many leads, too many loose ends, too much on their hands. They passed things off and moved on to the next until there was nothing left to do.
Christa Helm Was Playing With Fire Before Her Murder
"There was a thing back then, make yourself relevant, go to the right parties, you'll make it. And when she went to these parties, she made people like Warren Beatty. She met Mick Jagger. She met the Shah of Iran. And she made a man named Bernie cornfield. His name you'd never think stands out within Jagger Beatty and the Shah. Iran, but Bernie kleinfeld had at a time in LA. Now Chris the helm slept but he was a guy who was in money to finance here. But Krista slept with some of the men and women she met along the way. Word like that gets around. Her sex life probably would have been irrelevant except for the fact that she kept a not so secret love diary filled with the names of people she screwed, even a rating system. This is never a good idea. Writing shit down on paper may make the wrong guy nervous. So instead of keeping that information private, she would talk about her diary and the secret tape recording she made with many of her friends. And some of her friends warned her, you got to be careful. You know, people don't want to be in these recordings. They don't want to know about this, man. This is very dangerous. One of her friends was really adamant about it and she knew it was dangerous and she thought Christa was playing with fire, especially because people believed the famed seeking actress was getting ready to blackmail some of her lovers. That's desperation. At some point, Christie tells her friend that she'd gotten into something deep and she needed to stay off the radar for a while. This is February 12th, 1977, 5 days before she was killed before her dead body is found outside of her agent's home in West Hollywood. And given the fact that she had multiple stab wounds, authorities believed it was a crime of passion. That the murderer probably knew helm. Didn't make the case any easier though, as several people might have wanted to kill a due to her complicated life.
Monmouth Poll: Jan. 6 Hearings Having Little Impact on Public
"From newsmax here's a Monmouth poll the house January 6th select committee hearings have done little To change people's opinions surrounding the 2021 capital attack a new poll found Regarding former president Trump's culpability in the assault and claims of election fraud public opinion stands pretty much as it was before testimony Not only that Trump's favorability rating is nearly identical to where it was immediately after the 2020 election Also foreign pan Democrats would lean toward backing a comeback bid in 2024 according to the mammoth pole Of Trump Overall just 8% of Americans said the hearings have changed their minds about the capital instant Basically unchanged from 6% who said the same in June When we released our June poll I said the committee was preaching to the choir these current results suggest they haven't recruited any new singers since then said Patrick Murray director of the independent Monmouth university polling institute and the survey found 38% of respondents believe Trump was responsible directly for what happened on January 6th We know who they are Hardcore nut jobs That number stood at 42% right before the testimony of former Trump White House aide Cassidy hutchison So it's going down It's gone down Another 26% of respondents said Trump was not responsible But he encouraged those involved 32% Trump said Trump did nothing wrong regarding January 6 Hmong Republicans just 5% said Trump directly was responsible 23% said he encouraged the attackers I guess it's those 5% in that 23% that Larry Hogan and Chris Christie are really going to be fighting over
The FBI Has Become the Mafia With Kash Patel
"This is not a novel challenge or issue. Nixon, there was a debate for years, for years, between the U.S. government, the national archives, and the Nixon estate as to which documents were personal and pertain to him and were to be kept by him and which has to be surrendered back to the archives. The way that was settled cash was years and years of litigation and discussions, never be correct me if I'm wrong. Never before in history was this question resolved by a raid by 30 FBI agents in plainclothes. Yeah, that's not how law enforcement works. And you know that's how politics works. It's when you have an attorney general who essentially is a beholden to the radical left agenda. And when you have a director and Chris wray at the FBI, who is beholden to nothing but his own ego, and fails to understand the simplest constitutional oversight requirements like you saw when he appeared before senator grassley last week to demand questions about whistleblower protection and also comment on the Russia hoax and he failed to do all of it. He failed to he didn't even know that some of his top lieutenants at the FBI were the same corrupt FBI agents who broke the law in the Whitman prosecution, which resulted in acquittals in the russiagate scam in the Hunter Biden hypocrisy, which was falsely labeled Russian disinformation. He had no idea to be reminded of that. And then he wanted to fly away on his private jet to his adirondack vacation home instead of answer questions before the United States Senate.
Armed man approaches FBI office, exchanges gunfire with cops
"In armed man in body armor tried to breach a security check point at an FBI office amid increased threats against federal agents after the FBI searched Donald Trump's Florida home Authorities say agents at the Cincinnati field office confronted the man who fled and later exchanged gunfire with police There have been growing threats against FBI agents and offices nationwide after the Mar-a-Lago search Violence against law enforcement is not the answer no matter what anybody is upset about or who they're upset with As he visited the bureau's Omaha Nebraska office yesterday FBI chief Chris ray said in remarks carried on WOW T the threats are deplorable The FBI's warning agents to avoid protesters and to put away their security key cards while outside the office Sagar Meghani Washington
Caller: FBI Agents Should Resign Following Unprecedented Trump Raid
"Know, this whole thing is just got me so furious. I can't believe this is happening in this country. You know, my Charles was bad. Years. Careers, civil servants. He conducted himself honorably. Above board went book a model agent. And as he could see what's happening right now, he would be absolutely appalled and disgusted and I don't know why more resigning. Well, you know what? Ari fleischer said this. And I want to bounce this off of you. He said, I have said this raid will end in either Trump's indictment because the DoJ found what it was looking for or in the resignation of disgraced FBI director Chris wray.
Charlie Welcomes Trump-Endorsed Candidate for Arizona AG, Abe Hamadeh
"Are very worried about the overreach of the federal government and Arizona is a beachhead at all goes through Arizona. It is the front lines on every single level. We've been talking about how attorney generals better start acting soon. And enforcing the rule of law against these criminals, the cartels, these far left activists, the nominee for the Republican Party in the wonderful state of Arizona, Trump endorsed and endorsed by Rand Paul is Abraham Hamada, Abe. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Abe homine, but close enough to her. Oh, okay. Well, I did my best. So tell us about your campaign. Well, it's been a rocket ship since we received endorsement of president Trump in June on June 14th. But so far, you're exactly right, just listening to your segments on the show. This is quite unusual times that we're living in, you know, typically we've been fighting only the federal government, but right now we're fighting basically the radical left is infiltrated every aspect of our lives. I mean, now we have to fight big tech. I mean, if you remember back in February, when GoFundMe was going to use that money that was donated to the Canadian truckers, who stopped them from doing that. It was state a Jeep to stop GoFundMe from setting that money to radical leftist organizations. So this is unusual times where we have to fight back not just the federal government, but even big business and big tech who can become as tyrannical as government. So my opponent that I'm going up against Chris Mays, you know, she's going to be funded by George Soros. She was funded previously by Tom steyer. Michael Bloomberg is going to make a big push for gun control. So this is who we're going up against Charlie. So this is very worrisome, but luckily, Arizona has many good candidates. And I think we're going to be the leaders of the America first movement
Chris Kohls and Sebastian Discuss Top Gun's Unwoke Success
"Before you very deviously got us massively sidetracked, Chris calls. Let's get back to the question that I want answered. Top Gun: Maverick, should we lay significant into its anti woke success? Or is it just some really powerful dude having fun? Yeah, it's not shocking. I mean, Bruckheimer produces it. Brooke heimer created the original Top Gun. He's a sort of known conservative in Hollywood. So was he involved in the sequel as well? I believe so I saw his name on the IMDb side. I don't know how involved he was. But yeah, he is the original creator of Top Gun. But yeah, I mean, like I said, run an inflection point. Any time you're at an inflection point, you're going to have people on both sides. So somebody like David zaslav, who's coming into Warner Brothers and who sees, okay, this is not working. Like, look, if maverick is one of the most popular films in the history of the world, and it's creating this point of difference where it's not woke and everything else is woke, you're definitely going to have people going, okay, nobody's going to the theaters anymore. Maverick comes out. Everybody goes to the theater, holy crap. I mean, people that you can't ignore that. The most woke thing. There is a direct correlation between how woke you are and how much money your film is going to lose. And how unwoke it is and how much money you're going to make. I
Sebastian Talks to Chris Kohls About Warner Bros. Shelving 'Batgirl'
"Somebody who's been an actor, been a writer, worked in Hollywood, understand kind of pulling the plank when you're having the first initial meetings about investing. I can kind of pulling the plug when you've got the first week of dailies. Pulling the puck up to the whole thing is even been scored in ADR. How does that happen in Hollywood? I'm just curious. They have $90 million invested in this. Some people are reporting to have a $100 million of it. I don't know if that's rounding up or what. Just to cap off the green jump Pierre and the whole communications department jumping ship and all that. The reason I believe that batgirl was so terrible wasn't just the wokeness, it was the people they hired. So the woman that wrote Birds of Prey, I don't know if you saw that movie or heard about it. Birds of Prey is one of the worst movies that's come out. Joker spin off who's that woman, Margot Kidder? Yeah, exactly. Yeah, Margot Robbie. Who's very cool, by the way. I've met rogel Robbie, she's actually awesome. But yeah, Birds of Prey was a disaster. And I watched that just because I wanted to see how bad it was, and it was hilariously bad. Anyway, I got a video coming out about batgirls, but I'm giving it to everybody now already. But they hired the woman who wrote that to write this. I mean, that was feminist garbage that came out. It was a flop. It lost them a $100 million, no joke. Worldwide, it lost them a $100 million. They brought it, oh, you know that pile of dog excrement that you wrote? Could you do that again? Please, we want another one of those. We want to lose another $100 million. So she
"chris " Discussed on The Spice OH! Life (Chris & Angela)
"Happened was huge. I mean, it was the punch or slap that was heard around the world. You know, everybody heard about and it is, I mean, when you saw it, I mean, I became in there. I felt very sorry for Chris Rock. I mean, I felt really bad for him because he that's his job. He's a comedian. So it's like, you know, come on now. You got to expect that out of him. That's what he does. You know, you expect Chris brought to sell joke when he's up there. So I just really think that he should have waited and just did this. Did this on Chris terms, you know? He said that he wasn't ready and that he would reach out when he was. So that is my take on it, and I really think that I do think will is sincere. I think that he's really kind of got beat up already in regards to, you know, the public and the media and all this other stuff. But I really think that this should have waited. A little bit longer. Yeah, so this is my take on the apology. I believe that how he worded it. If you listen close to it, again, I wish I could see it, but he's sorry he said that javi said it, but whatever happened. He's sorry about the mess. But I go back to when this original all started, there is something more there to it that we just don't know about. He could have had some running with Chris and maybe joking because you can never tell sometimes where the will switch is serious, you know, can sometimes because he is an actor. But he could have told them in one pass and like, hey man, next time I'm telling you next time in Chris Rock, be like, all right, bro, I got you. And Chris Rock thought nothing about it. I couldn't get something to mention a few months ago, a year ago and backstage, whatever, and Chris Rock go out there and do his job, do what he's paid to do and do what he makes a living at. And Will Smith was serious about what he said. Now I'm just giving these to just me giving theory. So I'm not, I wasn't privy to any inside information. Again, another scenario could have been him, you know, one time his wife was in the middle of filming that animation came home probably upset one day and really really emotional. And he was there and he saw it and maybe that connected. So it doesn't make sense that that just, that is the beginning of that. Like that happened out of the blue, because even when he apologized with that 5, nothing is a little over 5 minute apology. It was never specifically saying, man, I should have never put my hands on this guy. He didn't deserve that. Me also yelling and telling him to keep mine. That's really a clue. When he said that, keep my wife named him out. That's a clue. That's something that like a sound like Dave had some kind of conversation in regards to that before. I don't think that was the first time that was brought up. Now, maybe it wasn't brought up to this level. Again, and I'm not making excuses either way, but maybe Chris Rock didn't think much about it because this man knows this is what he does for a living. That's like telling somebody, hey man, don't act again. Will Smith because Will Smith is an act. That's what he do. Telling the comedian not to say this, that in the third or keeps on specifics person's name at their mouth. It's pretty tough request for professional comedians. That's true. In fact, what it does is what if he knows comedians well, it didn't exacerbate a certain not only is he going to mention it. Almost half of not all comedians go to pinching it, which is what kind of happened. Yeah, I think he made the situation worse. So just I believe apology because it was him. That wasn't an apology that somebody said, hey, here's your problem. He wanted to say it, how you wanted to say it. And so him saying it how he wanted to say it is basically I got, hey, I don't want to, this was a mess and I'm not saying it's the way it went down and how it all went through. I'm not okay with it. I'm not saying I'm justified in it because now that all emotions went away and all that smoke was cleared, he see how and saying that was. But it doesn't sound like he'd take back how he felt in his emotions and all those things. And he thought that by doing this and these things going down that way, he didn't think that people would see it that way because he's in the moment. Now that he's had time to jump back from it, you see all the response from it. Sometimes when we are at in who we are as a human, he's just in his mind, he's Will Smith for some moments we do forget that he don't think he sometimes can slip. I'm Will Smith with over 1 million followers a 100 million followers are 200 million followers and I'm an actor and I'm an influence of people, some kind of way. All those things don't stick with you every moment of your life. Humanity kicked in imperfection kicked in and he made a decision that he not like having a real friend. And he'll be fine. I mean, he's accumulated wealth and he's good at what he do. This is a bump in the road. Yeah, I totally agree. And also, with all the other people that were influenced where that were affected, not affected by this, he apologized to his mother to his brother and to his wife and kids. I mean, that's a huge thing, you know? And plus, also, he apologized to quest love because, you know, Chris was up there, presenting that Oscar to him, but you gotta think to that when you're talking about violence. I mean, you assaulted someone. And of course, everybody, that was the great debate in regards to whether he should have been arrested right away or whatever there was so much going on in that, you know, within that time frame, but I really, really think that even though he is sorry, that's something that you can't take back, you know? So things are not going to be the same, but for me, I really want to see those two men things. I know it's not going to be the same, but you know, for things because they were obviously close at one point. They were close. But it's like what, you know, what can be done to mend this, you know? If will is really sorry for what he's done and it could be Chris like, hey, there's nothing you can do. You hurt me, man. I mean, you know, Chris was solid for a few weeks. So it's like, he obviously was definitely hurt and just think about the embarrassment of that. And that's something that he's not going to ever forget. That's, I mean, that's going down in the history books. But at the same time, it's like, how can it, well, we can say everybody, 'cause we watched it, everybody watched it on TV. How can we, how can all of us get past this? And just move on and just let things, you know, you know, you know, people have the consequences of,
"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Durant and boxing? The summer's just evaporated on me. But we are at the end of July. Good fight still ahead of us though, Danny Garcia fighting this weekend. You've got Virgil Ortiz back. Next weekend, they're a little bit further down the line. Anthony Joshua, a huge heavyweight matchup against Alexander usyk. My guest this week Keith I keep probably thinks I'm going to talk right off the bat about the flirtation that we saw this week between Jamaal Charlotte and Demetrius Android. But Keith, I promise. No discussion of Android Charlotte. I have exercised that from my mind and I am not going to get invested, especially since I texted someone that would know something about who said there's nothing to it. So I'm leaving that alone. One thing I would say is that I was told that after Demetrius Android parted ways with matchroom, Al hayman was among the people that his people spoke to. So there was some sort of opportunity there for him to join PC. I don't know how close they came exactly, but he wound up signing with Dimitri solita. And seems like he wants to fight Chris eubank, but if there was ever an opportunity for the fight that you've wanted to see, your whole life, Chris Maddox, I think it's gone. Don't tease me with that Demetrius Android talk to PBC stuff, Keith. I'm not prepared for that. I'm just not. That this would. He's not going to get Chris eubank, by the way. I don't know if Chris eubank Connor Ben comes together. I know they're hopeful. They can find a way to make a deal over in the UK, but in the event that Chris eubank does not face Connor Ben, he ain't fighting Demetrius Android. That's just not happening. So it would be in an Android Charlotte. It would be a good fight for Demetrius Android at this point based on what it is options are because he would make good money to go over here to fight eubank. But any other thing before we move on to what we're actually supposed to talk about, I know eubank Connor Bennet is a huge fight in the UK for obvious reasons. That's a pretty tall order for Connor Ben who's a welterweight moving up to I know they will fight at a catch weight and everything, but Chris eubank is much bigger than him. I agree. And this wasn't on my list of things to talk about because it's not a fight that's been made yet and they still seem to have some obstacles to overcome, but, you know, Eddie Hearn, I was reading boxing scene this week. Eddie Hearn had some comments he made over in the UK about how this is not a cash out fight for Connor Ben.
"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Will be in the fall Hall of Fame. He just probably won't be there for a first down to pick, but I think I think, you know, he'll be voted in the banks of someday, especially for the guy that doesn't have love for the sport. And he's still doing great things. Yeah. And actually, it blew my mind that Bradley isn't in yet. He probably should be in. So yes, Bradley, we go in ahead of them. Ivanka Calderon, you can still make a case Joel castle, mayor, Chico Corrales, there's quite a few names. We also need to have a separate conversation, Jacob. Yes, we do how fame and why there needs to be three every single year. Exactly how that conversation as well. One. That's gonna start leading to guys that get in, that don't belong. In that Hall of Fame. But that's another podcast. All right, I wanna finish with Danny Garcia, the two division world champion who is back on July 30th at a 154 pounds, making his debut at a 154 pounds. He has not fought since December of 2020, Ben really an active, not really been on the radar since then. Here's Danny Garcia about making his jump to one 54. Well, you know, like I said, I like the fire champions, even like Tony Harrison. It'll be a great fight for me. You know, he's been around for a while. He's a former champion, so I feel like he earned his stripes and, you know, that would be a great fight in the future. Anybody that wants to do four. Laura's called me out. I heard him call me out, so I think that I think he has a belt at middleweight. So we can do that fight. Or any of the champions. Well, there's only one champion where Charles. So whoever, my dream is to be a three division champion. So in order to be a champion, you got to fight and beat the best. So there's really no secret to it. All right, jamel, I'll put it to you. Can Danny Garcia be a player at a 154 pounds? Yeah. Especially honestly, I would say that based off of a circle who is with. If he's right now, he's with the PVC banner right now, all those belts are tied, but then PVC river being honest. Shout out to John Jamil Charlotte. But I believe with him coming in now, obviously getting his feet wet within the division. We all have seen it. He probably need one, maybe two wins before he, you know, he gets a shot at whoever, you know, allows him to fight over there and jamel has all the belts or so, but I believe, you know, long she just acted again and just, you know, puts on a win or two. I think they'll give them a good give him a shot. And that just had the Apple right over there. We've all seen it. It's like round Robin. Yeah, Jake, I don't know what we're going to learn against Jose Benavidez. On July 30th, that's a fight that Garcia, if he's close to his best, should win, but he's an interesting name, at least at one 54, and he sure sounds like a guy that's looking to make the big fight. And he's not just targeting Charlotte. He's mentioned Tony Harrison as someone he'd be willing to fight. That's an excellent fight. He's mentioned eris landy Lara..
"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"All right, on Saturday, the undisputed lightweight championship will be settled once and for all when Devin Haney challenges George Cambodia in Australia. Down under for all the 135 pound belts, George Campbell, of course, coming off a huge win over to a female Lopez late last year, and George joins me here on the show. George, before I get into your preparation for this fight, what is the last 6 months or so been like for you as you have gone from, you know, relatively unknown contender to four belt world champion. Yeah, look, it's been amazing. The support has been right up there. The whole country behind me, you know, a lot of the world behind me that was so impressed from that big victory I had with Lopez. But my tunnel vision in my obsession got more. I became champion and I became hungrier. I got to build my own private gym, which was real fun. And that's what I put in the work for at this whole camp for at this whole time. I got to really continue to perfect my craft. But these laws did get busy, a lot more people wanted to make me. You did get right back in the gym. I mean, following you on social media was probably a week maybe after you got back to Australia and you were right back in. Actually, I was back in the gym when I went to the Devin Haney JoJo dies for an in the MGM Grand nonstop because I'm never content. I'm always trying to get better and better and that's the corner photo I am so even while I was scoping out my opponents after my big win against Lopez, I was not enjoying the high life. I was not partying. I was not celebrating. I was back into the June because that's what I do. You wrap that Devin Haney fight like you said against JoJo Diaz Devin won that fight for a while, you thought you were going to get vasili lomachenko. Of course it didn't work out lomachenko's got his situation in the Ukraine. How did you feel at the time about pivoting from lomachenko to Devin Haney? No problem. I always said that all the Devin Haney or lomachenko whoever wanted the fight whoever made the best do and everything made sense also thought them both. No problem so I got a lot of respect for lomachenko obviously he went to the war. He's fighting a bigger fight and no problem. Devin Haney was one of the guys that we wanted as well and he came to the party respect to that and here we are. You had the leverage as the four belt champion at lightweight and you used it. You got a multi fight deal effectively in this situation. You're having the fight in Australia. Why was it important for you to have this title defense in Australia? Of course, you know, I had to go earn the builds of teeth in my life as in his backyard. I had to do and I can't let you back to back set. I deserve this, I deserve to have the do the way I want it and the way it makes much sense for my future, my family, but for me I love to fight. And being so passionate about falling, especially here in Australia, I had to bring this back to Australia. It had to be here. I had to defend my belt at home. Nothing else mattered by 40 here in Australia because it's been a long time, so now I get to have my people supported me and that's the most amazing part about it, because I get to really get to.
"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"You know, to so to speak, like, hey, I'm the real deal. That wasn't a fluke against your female. But he can't ignore the fact that Devin is a phenomenal box and I'm throwing that word out there again phenomenal. So I don't I do. I like that angle. And I like Chris's angle too, you know, the fact that he's not getting under Devin's skin, which means Devin is not going to gay we're off to get out of his game plan. He's going to stick to the script. He never does. Skills pay the bills. He always does. And Bill hating, we had a conversation with him and he brought up a point. Listen, how many close fights have you seen Devin and it's true? We haven't seen him in any close fights. Now granted, you know, he has two names on his resume that we know of former world champs credible fighters in JoJo and linares, but still in all, even those fights were not close in my opinion. And George has struggled with sub Paul opponents. I don't want to call names out there, but in 14 female, this guy has struggled with guys that don't even come close to a Devin Haney boxing ability. Oh, it's Mickey Bates, Lee Sylvia opera. Yeah. I know, but I like Mickey bay. I know. I like picky bait too. I think he's eventually going to fight Devin farmer, maybe sometime. And Mickey bay is his team haney. He spars with Devin. Devin Devin gives him the business. And that's even more help in the camp saying this is what Campbell's has. This is what he does. Everything seems to point in Devin's direction, but I think that not having your father being in Australia, knowing that you have to fight him again and not having been Davidson. Maybe that kind of lifts it up closer to a 50 50 fight, but if that affects him. If that even affects him exactly, you know what I mean? But we're talking about skills and the eye test. Yeah, Devin Haney. Yeah, I would just say one other thing, the and Barack alluded to this..
"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"He showed durability as well. But you got to edge in the person who never has close fights. The last three of Cambodia's fights were all split decisions. Devin Haney doesn't even come close to split decision. He barely even loses around. It's hard to bet against somebody like that. And Barack, I'll add to that one of my favorite attributes that Devin has is a lot Floyd Mayweather is conditioned. I mean, I've never seen Devin Haney tied in a fight which is so important in the championship level when you're talking about 12 rounds. So here's a guy that is probably gonna be at the same pace that he wasn't the first. He'll be the same pace in the tenth round. That goes a long way. So just look, obviously the attributes are there. The skill, the speed, everything that you need to go in enemy territory and get a win. Now people are worried about enemy territory. People are worried about home, cooking because of what we saw with many pack out and Jeff horne. And I talked to Barack about this early in the week. You know, I said, hey, maybe because of that fight, they're highlighted now. You know, the microscope is under those judges and they don't want to effing up. So they're going to try a best to be as fair as possible because they know they're going to be scrutinized for that. So maybe it might be a blessing in disguise that that happened with Manny Pacquiao and Jeff phone and Devin gets a fair shake when it comes to that decision. I mean, I'm hoping for that because, you know, to both of you guys points, this guy has so many things against him. I mean, look, credit to you all, Judah, who's been in enemy territory when zab Judah for spanx and his son became undisputed welterweight champion of the world. I mean, he's a guy from Brooklyn, New York. He has some toughness to him. So, you know, Devin has some tough people around him, but it's not like having his pops did. So he has a lot of things against him, which I think will add an extra chip on his show, the more motivation to shut everybody up, especially George Campbell's. What kind of sport are we dealing with here where corruption is just okay for us to talk about..
"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"To make them. I'm here to say I want the fights made where there has to be the zone and showtime showtime the zone, one platform, the other platform, this 7 and third. That needs to be at, and that needs to be said by javonte and his team. And maybe that's what he means by taking the training wheels off, being my own man calling the shots because you and I know and Barack knows that if the fighter wants to fight the fight can be made. A 100% and now that the zone does pay per view, there should be no problem making tanking line Garcia. Yeah, I agree. And look, the reason it has to be a joint pay per view is because look, showtime has invested a lot of money in tank Davis over the years. They deserve to be involved. Similarly, the last 5 years has invested millions in Ryan García. They deserve to be involved. There's no, this is, I mean, tank is the bigger star, but Ryan is still a huge draw. His gate in San Antonio was an excess of a $1 million. He's fighting at new Staples, I refuse to call it crypto. He's fighting Staples. It's just like the crypto either. It's just the sound, right? The sound is so great. But he's going to do a big number there, fighting Javier fortune, who has no fan base. It's going to be all Ryan García fans that are there. These two sides need to get together. It's not as big a fight as Mayweather Pacquiao, but it's a fight that will exceed 500,000 pay per view buys and do a gate north of 10 million. That's not nothing. That's a real number. Probably do closer to a million sales in my opinion. I'm predicting that now if that fight about javonte, Ryan García does a million pay per view sales. I'm saying, I'm saying it now. Can you act like that's freaking crazy? Well, he just said 500. I'm doubly said north of 500, which is a phenomenon nowadays. Could be 5 O one. Could we be 5.
"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
"Not like, I'm not so thrilled about the phones because he's supposed to do that. Brock did he show you anything you haven't seen before? No, no, not at all. I already knew that he can box, you know? I already knew that he had speed power footwork and all of that stuff and he's more so of a boxer than anything. It's just that he happens to have explosiveness. The happens to be faster than most of the fight is he getting there with. So no, he didn't show anything. And then when you got a guy who was throwing shots as wide as Rolly, but he did show that he can take a shot from a really big guy, you know, he took a couple of shots. It seems like every time Rollie would catch him flush, he would leave a mark. That's how hard the kid probably punches. So he showed that he could take a shot and not get flustered, but stay with the game plan and execute what he wanted to do. And Chris, you know, going into this fight, if I'm not sure if you remember, but on social media and doing interviews, take said it. You know, he made it seem as if I noticed God has been below in the ring room. When he was going throwing shots at me with a promotions, he would say, hey, they making me fight this clown because this is my last fight on the contract. In other words, I know he doesn't belong in the ring with me. I know that I'm levels above him, but you know what? I'm gonna knock this guy out. You know, for bragging rights. Like Barack said earlier, so it's not like javonte was going into this fight. Oh, I'm going to fight such an amazing fighter and I'm going to prove to the world that I'm this great. He knew that he was fighting a guy that was less experienced than he would knock him out..
"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
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"chris " Discussed on SI Boxing with Chris Mannix
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"chris " Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"So that's that's the peak for your kings teams and and for those teams for chris. Weber's kings teams is two thousand two. But i was reading a couple stories retrospectives last couple of days reflections on chris webber and i've forgotten about this but obviously you guys were still whole and going into the next season in that two thousand three season. You should have been in just as good a position as ever to to challenge the lakers spurs and again. It's just that conference is just monstrous at that time. But you guys were right there. I think you had the second best record in the west that year but see web. He hurt his knee around christmas time. And danny i think he gets worse and it and blows out. Some ligaments early in the play offs was that oh two or three season is like could you feel like this is. This is where it turned right. Like two thousand. Two's the peak but oh two three a chance to still like climb that mountain once more. Maybe maybe try to break through at a time when the lakers were per usual a bit. Dysfunctional maybe a little banged up and there was there was there was a pather. Perhaps the you know the spurs and the ones who who. Come out that your. What did you see happening across that last like full year of your of that group you know i think Kobe the best it. He said If you guys beat us that we went to overtime in game seven. You win a championship. Probably win a couple in a row because the championship gives you a different type of confidence. It gives you something bed until you win it. you don't even know that it's there and the inability for us to do that. Because brought in barack miller we were playing good basketball Kion clark jimmy jackson like we had cases but without at championship about that experience without those things all of sudden. I'm getting planet fasciitis a little bit and webbed with the knee in all these different things started happening and unfortunately we were just unable to to to close the deal and you can start feeling a little bit. And that's the that's the unfortunate part howard that talk about when i say that this is what i live with. When i interviewed coach out for the hall of fame i interview disallow. Still don't radio entered viewed See web in. I asked him. I said i haven't had a chance to talk. You guys ask you this question. I said but for me. Just talking every day and being around basketball's therapeutic because this is something that you live with in in it. It's painful because in athletic lifetime there's a window in when it closes athletically. You can no longer do anything about it. I can get into coaching. Do different things in their each of their answers were different. But that's that's the thing that you live with is is the inability to close the deal in.
"chris " Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Literally unhealthy. Air on the eastern seaboard. One hundred and seventy six and remember reading articles about political mobilization china around clean air. One of the points that was made in. That piece was if you're a rich businessman in shanghai. There's lots of things you can do to avoid the traffic or put in a water filter or send your kids to a private school but at the end of the day you gotta go outside and walk in the same area as everyone else in shanghai does and you gotta send your kids out to play in it and i thought about that yesterday but there's literally escape from this air like what whoever you were. Obviously people have to work outside. Have it worse but there is a commonality here that i hope is increasingly dawning on people that this is we. Don't get out of this one. Yeah i live in in british columbia and we've had this experience summer after summer and there is something unique about that claustrophobia. Especially in a place where most people don't have air conditioning or any of the kind of filters because the truth is you can buy your way out of it a little bit you can. You know have a sealed. A climate controlled environment with good epa filters and so on and look in china and the private schools are under dome. So never underestimate what. The super rich will do To to to escape the impact of their behavior just look at jeff bezos in his cowboy hat scanning the horizon as for his next toxic. Waste dump i mean. We were told when billionaires went to space they would have some sort of ecological awakening. We didn't realize they were going to be scouting for new new waste outs but yeah i i do think that music moment truly truly i also you know i like to think i can't be surprised by these guys but but that was something that was something else going to space sub orbital About where the soviet dog leica went but coming back and saying i had to relation we need to pollute up there clyde as oh he's a great a great pleasure to talk to you. Thank you so much for making tonight. Great to see. Chris take care. As i mentioned you can read my essay on. How heat is about to restructure..
"chris " Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"When when we wound up eventually getting together hours. I was flabbergasted because it was it it really was like wild. How did you guys meet. Well i started doing. The chris gathered show at the theatre..
"chris " Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"He is not just dominating you pretty much any opponent that he faces but to me. Joe ellis joel is scary. In how philadelphia defense can be scary but then you look at the other side of things and you wonder will go through stretches where they may be stagnant or struggles score so i. I don't know if there's a good answer and you also have shooters now like have shooters open up the floor again for seventy sixers that we didn't really see You know the last two postseasons or whatever whatever it may be. So i don't i wouldn't necessarily say one over the other but i would say that the the lack of inside size for the nets combated with what joel embiid into the league he. He's a star drops sir headphone did. It was falling out. But i also didn't wanna touch it. Because i thought it was gonna hang up and zoom. That's fair and we will end though on that note though sir we appreciate. I will look forward to your positive comments on the defense. You and our believe. It's clicking on all cylinders right. You're acting like we're saying they're one of the top defenses in the league. You you just need to be able to look like is yon is going to go for forty nine again. No but some point. You've got to stop like a guy the you got to stop an mba. You can stop a y'all got to get it. But but just to that point against i mean milwaukee scored one hundred seventeen the nets lost by three. They gave up twenty points off. Turnovers and james harden was sitting on the bench like a dance. Where the what's that would do a moral victory. Now we come on moral victory I'm just saying you're asking is yang. Maybe not in. I don't know the when you're projecting you're asking me to project. I think we'll walk. I also think milwaukee's top like really walk us. A tremendous team philidelphia's a tremendous state. Who who knows what. Joel also in sweat like doc rivers wrong. How that changes what you see. I mean i. I don't i. I don't think there is an easy path or easy route or easy answer for any of these teams just because you know a lot is just going to depend on the chess match of what the postseason and i think. That's what we're all excited for a lot as well for all of these teams depending on health Where where does that. Where does that janas block on. Durant rank for you. That was wild. Like i don't think i've ever seen like drake is never been blocked. No no i'm a seven footer. with a wingspan. That gets you up to like eight and a half getting blocked by on that. I've never seen a block. Like that. On a kevin durant type. No no and he came out of nowhere. I was shocked. I was shocked. Yeah i mean janas. He's news a freak. He's defensive player of the year stuff right there. Get your vote ready. Howard start changing your bony. That's right you both have votes right. Both votes is about tomorrow coming tomorrow. Brain of leaves. Oh.
"chris " Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"How was your friday show. I didn't get a chance to listen to it. It's in the queue. I was the friday show. I mean. I don't know how you could possibly mean waiting this long. I don't really know what else do you possibly have to do. You missed me and evan wash the scheduling czar of the nba talking about playing the discouraging of tanking. The fact that this late in the season they have way more teams competing than ever before we talked about all the other aspects of this compressed schedule and the weird season injuries whether that's upper down the two game series. Is that something that maybe we could see a real schedule next season when things return to normal all of the logistics and all the the fun insiders stuff about the schedule and all that this year. So yeah you should go. Listen chris when you've got your double dipping aren't you. You're taking interviews that you're using for prince and your podcast. Actually not this case. I did in fact talk to twice once for the story that i did last week. And then the podcast. Completely separate thing i swear. Now i'm i'm not knocking it. I think in the next couple of weeks. You're probably gonna hear several members of utah jazz on this podcast previous interviews that i've done but check out. Howard friday podcasts yet. Another one this week do have one coming this week with a. I'll just say with a former coach. I don't wanna spacey the name just yet in case that the scheduling doesn't work out. But i got some good lined up all right. Check that out on the crossover beat howard does his own podcast every friday and we do this one on tuesdays and for this episode. How did the chris paul his mvp candidacy. I wanna talk about the lakers. And some of their problems. They're having but you. And i have had a debate over the last few podcasts about the nets and the importance i guess of continuity of team chemistry does talent win out or will the nets when we look back on this three or four months from now a look back and say well. The nets needed more time as a group together as we often do at the top of every show we bring in somebody smarter than us today. It is sarah stock. The great analyst from yes network can check her out on f s one as well sarah. Welcome to the show first of all. Thanks for having me. This is my first time on yours and howard's podcast. And i'm honored i'm humbled and i'm gonna clip that statement because mannix. I think that's the first time you have said something relatively nice to me to my face. Since i've known you disagree with that. I know entire. I'm going to have to go back and check the tape. Because i'm pretty sure i was not at this tape. No thanks. I appreciate it sir. Settled the debate here. Because maybe there's a middle ground. Maybe it's not one side or the other but howard's of the belief and howard even correct me if i'm wrong. That chemistry matters with his team. That the fact that they've only played what seven games together i'm talking about. James harden kevin durant and kyrie irving x number of minutes and that may not change that significantly over the rest of the regular season. That is going to become an issue for this team in the playoffs. I look at it on a little bit of a different or a lot of different lens. Where i think that these guys just awesome durant. It's irving it's hard and all three of these guys are on the floor..
"chris " Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"A movie without the world, you know. Underneath the mistletoe Russell face on the globe last year. This time nothing about that. Chris with you. Yes, with you in all this Well, and I was doing also swear last year this time On some of the brothers together. Picking master leaving toe puts away sometime this way without the wrong, you know. Stay with you. Christmas without the one, you know. Yes, I know. Way talk.
"chris " Discussed on Chris and Rick Talk Guitars
"Hello. This is Chris Taketaro. That's Chris over there. Hello. I'm Rick today. Not unlike other days, we're going to talk about pet peeves. Oh, yeah. I hear a countdown. That this whole this whole series isn't just a string of pet peeves. Yeah. Let's it's an excuse for us to air our pet peeves king rant about our pet. Peeves, regardless of who really wants to know or not so to get the ball rolling. I know Chris has a long list of pet peeves that he stored away in that little noggin. What do you what do you got? Well, I just like start with a disclaimer that sending these pet peeves kind of moral reflection of our shortcomings than the things that were ranting. To get inside of these pet peeves and say, why does this? Let's. On vail. Some some fascinating things might not just old guys yelling at clouds, but I'm going to give it a whirl. You are to get off by saying clip onto Nur's. Oh, yes. I don't mind clip on tuners. Okay. There is a mazing. If you think about them, though, because this technology compare the cheapest clip on tuner that you can buy to the old desktop tuners right of your and they're more accurate. They're more lightweight bureau parts, but I don't like them. And let's figure out why I don't like let's unpack this Chris unpack it and see what it's underneath the dark underbelly of this pet peeve. I think what it is partially is that the start to me is holds the essence of guitar the classic telly heads stock. The classic Stratocaster the classic Gibson. Had stocked things of beauty for someone s and you stick this cheap. Casio like junk on top of it. And it's just kind of distracting more than anything. I'm not going to argue for MoMA. That they are helpful that they are isn't convenient. But. Every all have our pet peeves. I okay, I accept that. When I got my mandolin, and I was learning the mandolin it came with a free clip on tuner while I was learning the tuning of that instrument. I clicked that on there. You know, it was kind of a quick visual aid, great once I went, and how to tune the instrument took it off God it, and I use the old ears or a phone or any other kind of two hundred out of there. So I know why people use them super convenient easy access. You can see them instantly. I don't like them. I don't sorry. I share your view on the on the clip ons for for what reasons you cited. So I mean, you're preaching to the choir here, man. Yeah. It's kind of funky. And again like you say maybe like around the house. It's kind of neat to have training wheels and stuff like that. But when you're at a live show, it is kind of weird to see like, but I see them all over the place. Now, they got that clip on tuner on the head stock on that all these players. Referred to as the fanny pack of. Assessories and some people like took issue with I'm fine with that issue. But I'm like, yeah. It's just kind of a novelty item. I like again, go on YouTube live concerts of people use them. I know more power to you continue to use them and continue to Seve move it inside. And I see them on a classic. It's almost like you have like a pre-war Martin. And you know, and you drill any like one of those pre-empts in inside that Qatar. So you have Priore Martin with a battery rights. I don't know. I think people rely in general on tuners far more than they really need to 'cause everybody likes to have instant visualization on onstage. Your people are watching you wanna quick about it in the stuff. But if you never interact with your instrument as far as brave in tune, I think, I don't know. I think you'll you'll have a better era. If if you're able to do that, and you make yourself do that more often and other thing to point out is even the most accurate tuner if you rely on that for completely tune your Qatar Qatar might not be as in tune as you think it is. Because for me my guitar. I mean, sometimes I have to flatten the G string to get it to sound into. And I don't care what my two hundred says it's my ears. So that might be part of it again, you know, you know, us. Disclaimer. Disclaimer back to