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"chris  tie" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

Boomer & Gio

04:42 min | 3 months ago

"chris tie" Discussed on Boomer & Gio

"I didn't know that when i called in the next morning. News didn't travel quite as fast back then did now and literally five minutes later my agent. Who's sitting in the studio that day because of the cj foundation had half hour right. They called me and asked me if i would be interested in doing morning. Radio shows you what the body wouldn't cold. i mean that was. That's how fast it happened. Yeah and then you when you came in. I know you did a test show with monica crowley. Who were chris. Congress after the dog show. I just i said i quit. I'm done just wanted. There's no way i could do this. I can't work with him. I work with him for an hour on a football show but for four hours. Having to sit in there i just couldn't. There was no way that we could make it. We tried a lot of different things. I think we put jim cramer on and all different things but then you said you wanted all sports. You want us found. She said i wanted to sports. Yeah but you sports sports obviously don't sports at wip and philly the ill-fated Sports guys showed any w and around the country but the first day boomer. And i ever met because we talked on the phone once was at fifty sixth and seventh in ww studios right and it was me boomer. Her the architect. Chris olivero and you just the four of us and you had us go into the studio. I gave you listed to talk about the topic. Do ten minutes on the topic. And i'll never forget one of the big stories that day and this is right around july fourth i think was july. Fourth was a rod's wife now ex wife. Cynthia wore the f. You shirt to yankee stadium. And he the front page was him with the toronto stripper right and she wore nephew shirt to yankee stadium. And that was the first topic i talked about. And i've always said the showy did that day any w studios was the show. Did you know ten years chris. Tie turn to chris after just a few minutes said this is the morning show. He looked at me. You sure i said this is it. I can hear it. yeah so how how..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"chris tie" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That point, we do that, Dude. It's over Chris Tie reporting, federal officials say the six they arrested plotted to take Whitmore hostage mover to Wisconsin. And then put her on trial for treason. Hurricane Delta is now packing 120 mile per hour winds is a Category three storm. The National Hurricane Center says parts of the Gulf Coast could Seve life threatening storm surge later today, and hurricane warnings are in place from parts of Texas to Louisiana. That's where reporter Maria Via really says debris from previous storms is making preparations dangerous. This is the fifth time Louisiana has been under a state of emergency. This hurricane season. Southwest Louisiana is going to get more of a punch from this. Then we would like to see for sure late Charles Mayor Nick Hunter to be facing yet Another hurricane is just a really scary proposition. The mayor tells me he's worried about all of this turning into projectiles. Right now, the city has picked up more than 1.5 million cubic yards of debris. Many homes in the region still haven't finished repairs from the previous storms. North Carolina Senate race has been upended by controversy the Democrats involved in a sexting scandal while the Republican tested positive for Corona virus. Democratic candidate Cal Cunningham has largely avoided the public and canceled campaign events. Fox News has obtained text messages disclosing Cunningham's affair with public relations strategist Arlene Guzman. Todd Cunningham is married with two Children. In one Cunningham writes. Quote would make my day to roll over and kiss you about now in another text Cunningham rights here. Want to see Guzman Todd again, she replies. I don't think you realize the magnitude of what you're doing. The military.

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"chris  tie" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"chris tie" Discussed on Live Your Dreams Awake Podcast

"Joining was based on the teachings of Meister, Eckhart who was emitting mystic within the Christian tradition. Of course, he was also damned than excommunicated as you would expect, but his his his whole story was about a, we are originally blast. That we committed world original lasted. Let really really thinking of Dan. In a very powerful positive way and still with traces virtual traditions was not an original blessing beginning with beauty. And then moving beauty into acknowledging are paying but embracing both systems then be able to access the created by within and then using that creativity to transform both ourselves in the society that we were a part of I've found listening credibly inspiring story an incredibly inspiring way and it wasn't just I was inspired because what was the greatest joins me in those days was watching a open flowers. It was just amazing and I often upon by Golden blood styles for all. Even those things that do not flower everything's are. Lasting I thought was like that was in this snaring from within because awareness about. This was a huge. I was counterculture idea in Ireland in the AC's because we had been very very. In Kind of shaming gives a sin all kinds off. For those of us who are older it was like. Trudging through treatment to try and get out of. Mine. By gration and so many men years I believe for us to be able to get out of the place to begin to see the world through the eyes of Utah and see us as divine creations original box, our own creation so that that was a lot of the recounted. Married very rewarding and rewarding because as I said, rocky people owed all. But there was still I had started going to some of the sacred places in Ireland because I very connected with the earth and I just love to be national nature and thousand, nine, hundred, eighty as. I was asked to accompany. Indian. Anywhere With, a group of people around the sacred places. And that was an amazing training. Every time I stopped besides the any on the boss. Round on my face they went chairs of Saga's reign chooses joy I. Think New Year's recognition and the resignation was talking about being. Aware for all the time I was anxious touch. The. Deepest roots spiritual tradition, which was held in this country in the land in the sacred places. On the The cherries were like quite unexpected and explain the reviewers, Astros, and later about a week later, I went to the islands owner Scotland's, and again had this reason experience. The Spiritual House he was vibrant and that was popular within balance within the places. They're. So that began a whole new search not so much that I was leaving creation centered spirituality. But in fact, my striker himself as hildegard being was another All of those people would have had some of their wisdom coast from the early healthy Christian tradition, which was like that show the light into the Dark Ages Europe and so they would have had a grinding in so. It seemed I was doing was going under that lair of it. So inspired me to find the foundational layer on Geneva which wasn't. Ancient spiritual tradition office country. So it was like at husband knows as he ace and this is two thousand fifteen and that journey has been ongoing every day than I had the great fortune to me on father's Sean within a monkey leads Dole Abby, and did, of course, within for week in in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, and that really wetted my appetite for what is. Spiritual traditions. And a deeper question was underneath oil the stuff of our. Owners. Under DOT Christian are. Quite Divisive Kristen story attack sign in the eighties. Underline jeepers, spiritual story a wasting to be recovered was requesting. Discovery. Dustin fact there is an amazing urge tradition. That housing dormant in this country is now over the last hundred years in a special way beginning to bubble to come through. To The music should poetry. Plays, the writings, and now in the last twenty years to actual spirituality that is. True or amending many people in this country it's like the solar this. Is Beginning to awaken from thousand years and Donovan beautiful singer from the seventies and sixties. He has a line with says when the truth is buried deep beneath the thousand years of sleep time demands in China ranks and so again driven span and it's like we are becoming aware of say amazing. Value and profound spiritual traditions that we have within this country and within our DNA but it's kind to. I went to newgrange I. had the amazing privilege hunting to tickets for new grains in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, six, the first time I was ever Ukraine's going into the chamber for this office sung-tae in and to say blew my. Under, statements and so. I didn't have the language that time but one I realized was that because it was an extraordinary loop in pretty constant, I was the prestige also tickets from somebody. Couldn't use them why you chose to send him to me I would imagine somehow Sola Violence Fox's in because. He wouldn't have many other people you could salmon. I tink when I reflected on that, I realize that in some way that visit newgrange was like an initiation into the mysteries of his. Will I didn't have the language for now? I didn't. My consciousness wasn't all sufficiently even be able to say. However, it profoundly affected me, and so it deepens my crest for. Four knowing of. This country and one of the ways I of under. The sequences because they lose such a resonance. Movie go there with open. Hearts. And with out of our minds, if you like away from the rational thinking, we get to experience. So all of that was hard of watch. I suppose Chris Tie was on and it wasn't like I didn't have a business plan tablet said because with this work you can't do that. I'm reminded overlying David White. Says what we can plan is too small for us. I could never imagine. How my life would. When I pay from the American. Exactly thirty years ago and..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"chris tie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Haven't had a chance to actually say that very and there were some games today Arson games today. Number 10. Notre Dame beats Duke 27 13 in South Bend Irish one No. One's Dr Lynn Clark, where this Glynn. Wendy. Rainy, sluggish start but a win for the Irish this afternoon. Hey, it's football weather and she said a win is a win a lot that Notre Dame needs to work on to prepare for the University of South Florida next week, but a new era Notre Dame defeating Duke in the first ever conference game, Notre Dame wins 27 to 13 and not the greatest start by the Irish or quarterback Ian Book. You know, they get 23 out the first two possessions they have. You can have scratching your head because Duke's moving the ball. Duke is moving the ball down the field and you're scratching your head thinking. Okay, Well, yeah. But then obviously they put some things together. But clearly both themes in terms of their practice and preparation. Great game playing by Duke executed well, but the Irish started to pick it up after after the first quarter. Well, a couple of three announces, you said, And then Notre Dame really ignited the fans by a fake punt that eventually led to the first touchdown that gave Notre Dame believed in 73. That really changed the complexion of the ball game. As you said Duke was really moving the football great quarterback in the form of chase Bryce, who finished 20th 37 for 259 yards. He was moving, but The defense for Notre Dame kind of stepped up and they looked very good. Jeremiah. What's the Kormoran with sack as well as I say, boss Qi. But I told you last night that we expected Notre Dame to dominate and I was really disappointed the offensive line, but you had to be impressed with the running back situation. Williams Number one running back coming out of camp 19 carries for 112 yards and two touchdowns and that's something to capitalize on. You want to take something positive out of a game? It's a win. That's a positive, but also a second positive is Notre Dame can run the football. They can run the football. And how about as you mentioned Kyron Williams? Here's a guy who made the most of his opportunity. Had a great camp and had a great day starting today, but, you know, want to 105 total yards to touch dance on 21 carries. That's a day's work for a kid that's imprint and clearly has the ability to break some tackles and make some place And it's the one thing that Notre Dame has this year is breakaway speed. Kyron Williams and Chris Tie ree on special teams who showed some strength in some speed on kickoff returns. But that 12 combination of defect Notre Dame has breakaway speed. But Carter Williams of South more out of ST Louis on Lee I've carried last year and that was in the first two games. 19 carries today 112 yards, two touchdowns. But that just shows you that this student athlete over the past couple of months really dedicated himself to getting better. And said, I wanted to be the top running back in the stable at Notre Dame. Come ball, That's what he did, and that's something really Teo to capitalize on one downfall. There was an injury to Kyle Hamilton freshman All American last year. He has either an ankle or a leg injury was not disclosed to us, but he did leave the ballgame. He did walk off under his own power, but Losing a Kyle Hamilton. Your secondary is going to be a big blow if he cannot play next week or even later out of the football season. You had to be impressed again without Ian Book does What Ian book does. He manages the game but steady, solid. You know what you're going to get out of him. He has no another one of literally like a day at the office with his performance. Good quarterbacks get things done. There were a lot of mechanics that that he needs to work on. But they didn't have spring football. And so this is the first time they've been in the game type situation and walk out with a win that huge, But a lot of fans were scratching, saying in book hasn't progressed but you and I go what he's gone through, especially with being in isolation because he's being kept away. Oh, I'm a lot of his teammates and from the student population. He lives in a bubble. And so here's a chance for him just to get out and enjoy life and play football and you only have to take your hats off to him to say that, you know, he came out of the situation and performed like he did today. All right. I need you to hang on through this break. Okay? Sure. Will. Dr Lynn Clark from Irish 101 will come back. We'll talk more Notre Dame football on network. Indiana's Indiana sports talk.

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"chris  tie" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

I Read Comic Book

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"chris tie" Discussed on I Read Comic Book

"Are amazing listeners to make donations and support of the protests calling for racial justice a huge thanks to Kelly Gruber for unlocking this interview with Ted Brand and Rowe Stein artists on the hit Eisner award nominated crowded from image comics. Welcome to the show. I. Thank you for having us. Salaam, pay money to unlock representatives like oh Well, you know this is your second Eisner nomination. So you guys like a pretty big deal now. Still feel like. Many question marks. In place. So. You've been in comics now for a handful of years and I never even asked you how you got into Comex. She Fluke. Quite literally. because. We both went to university, to, STUDY COMA HAS TO MAKE COMEX YEAH yeah. which was you know a lot of fun. But it. -sarily, prepares you for ninety industry. No what we Didn't have enough while we were there wasn't a lot of vocational focus so it. Didn't come together off towards we both tried and failed the. Doing stuff but the Just out of the blue. So One day on Tumbler Jerry Whitley was looking for. His two. Volume three of Prince. Louis. Because Fallen through yet ran the currencies that they have had had supposedly shoes. Meant, they were unable to full of health. and. It was just I mean it was missing and we. Both knew instinctively that because it was. An. Established. Big Deal the. Relatively the princess. Neither one of us was up to doing it ourselves. Well, it's also we never done anything like that BIOS l. know exactly. What the time precious there is no way. So. That was all started as working actually working together. I was going to ask how did you decide? that. So for those who don't know. At least uncrowded and and it sounds like on on all of your work in comic. So far row is the peninsular and Ted year the INCA, right? Yeah and then we we generally workout the pages. We'll get labs together. Okay then. On princess said Moore Mursal during the color organized measuring we went back to that for. The recent to Jamie mckelvie dreams in the off joke SOS envelope. So you both at university trained as artists top to bottom. What made you decide like how did you split the the duties up between? You did one of you dislike prefer inking over pencilling or I don't know I'm just. It's a it's so neat to be that you are this unit and you work together an and your artists. So cool. It's like you really have this kind of simplistic. Oh so how did you? How did you like divvy up the what? What's way is kind of natural inclination in a way? Yeah. 'cause I'm incredibly messy yeah. I am less visually creative outlets. I Don I think I've long suspected function of the of my autism that I'm not very good at. Generating. Things, but I'm very good at fixing them. Interesting. So I really like making out the I count pensyl- good. Body language saved my life braids on can fix like the balls yes. I am I I've never been able to convey convincing body language facial expressions. If if I'm not directly cozying tracing an image is I was I was never going to be pencilling. I feel like I can really relate to that because that's why I became an art historian I loved are enough to know that I was bad at it, but I'm good at reverse engineering it. I've I might have accidentally cut you off. Completely go. That's Okay That's totally fine So I'm I'm really bummed that the Eisner's this year are gonNA be remote because. You know it's so much fun and we have to get you both out to San Diego so that you can kind of bask in the nomination and go to the lovely for our ceremony. And get dressed up maybe. for, volume three. You don't owe any KOGYOSHO. vessels. Male attire for the is news. Hey Chris. It's true but Chris Tie, he classed up the place last year for listeners who maybe don't know Chris. Bella is the writer of crowded. And the editor. Juliette Copra. She was pretty shoes just pretty snazzy too. So I feel like the team has set the standard very high. You're going to have to find some really really formal cargo shorts. God, it's going to be hot. I can just get some Tuxedo tribes, cut them off at the knee and then use the. Remaining cereals make pockets, your mouth stuff. I'm I'm so sad that conventions are canceled this year and we actually met at the last convention that I went to before all the world shut down. Yeah it was a lot. Messier, but it's the responsible thing today. Yeah I think so too. But. Yeah. You know that just was by first time at. An it was, it was the best show I can't wait to go back. Do you Do you go to a lot of shows? Raw. Variety factors some of as with Paul both in money and time. Because crowded his very intensive book. Because he's crater doesn't pay very well. So Ray. and. When we're not big enough names that we can get many conventions to actually pay for us to go. Well maybe two Eisner nominations later. We'll. Maybe we can. All right listeners start rattling the sabers because you definitely want Ted in road come to conventions when it's safe to do. So again, they are tons of fun really cool and you could buy their awesome books. So just putting that out there. Yes. If you've got a local convention in the states, do do plug international guests if if they pay for us to come, we would be delighted to. That would be fun. We need to get you back out here. So you mentioned that you. Met At university where you are studying comics? Yes. What made you decide to study comics? Do you go way back as a kid being into comics or like how what was your introduction to as a medium? For me, I wanted to be animator. So I stood my first year of university studying innovation and I hated it. With a passion. Because I didn't have the patients to..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on For your reference

For your reference

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on For your reference

"I had problems with the overarching concept of the episodes, it's not to say that the ending is what did me? Well, I didn't have a problem with it because essentially, they make it seem as safe both Jaden and Chris tie. Yeah. And that's when all and that he can see everyone in the community is getting Alex and updates of what's happening. How about those two kids hanging around the police, the crime, saying high around the police, which is weird because he'd think that defrosting police would do strong get people out of the area, but there is essentially the ones that give Chris away the guys fake. They make an advance symbolic all literal. I think it's a say that they'll always be like a social presence like the lowest bay. Voyeurs if you like to call them. You know, there are people that stand in front of burning buildings of terrible tragedies and take fighters true. Who are the worst kind of people workum being less shit people just in general? But you know what I mean? Like there will always be voyeurs in world events. And I think that's what these guys represented maybe. Right. And then you have the whole WikiLeaks, which we don't have time to get into today. But, you know, people getting shit that they shouldn't get involved in and it's quite true to form. And then you have turf graces character his the head. And he's very like Jack Dorsey isn't he like the? Of Twitter and how even even he'd doesn't have hold of decisions or it's essentially going beyond his initial vision, and it's all about profit margins. Oh, yeah. Just profit margins right now, just trying to get you more addicted to the screen. Interesting. But at the same time, it's conversations that we're having now it's not futuristic. All I had on issue of is. Well as much as Chris to responsibility of killing the wife, he blamed, let's call it Twitter. For his accident because he looked at his phone for one second. And he got into an accident. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. I had qualms with the episode, but as a as a simple story. With the acting from Moscow and dams and just amazing amazing, and these these two particularly other sort of actors that you say you know, if they get paid a dollar they're going to give you a thousand dollars worth of acting. Yeah. The passion the passion is so real in this, but it, it's effortlessly done, and we are taken on this journey with them, and it was made quite clear, because seventy lay is to mocks character. Chris. There were seventy lays and you. It was amazing as a as just something to watch. It was amazing. Whether it follows the black mirror sort of elk, I wouldn't really say, sir agreed. Let's wrap up. We've got Rachel Jack and Ashley, too. Obviously miley. Cyrus is in it. We've also got angry rice Devonport as Susan Powell who. A growing of episode. Majlis fine. She's married to Ozzy, sir. She's fine. A humble qualms of Miley. I have qualms with the fact that they're pretty much just made ham onto a Hannah Montana. This was not a block mirror episode. This was fogging Hannah Montana, and that's all I'm going to say about this shit. Maybe you give us your opinions. Again, we do talk about the dwindling quality. What do I do? What are you, what do you want me to do? I'm not the president of the Miley Cyrus fan club. But if you take it for its concept, it is quite interesting. The fact that you have a popstar that releases a toy that kids Mersa, -ceptable, will buy and this toy isn't it isn't, you know, when we were growing up way, just have like five phrases that are just copies and says an elope over and over. It's actual AI based on her personality. Very interesting. It's a very interesting concept that you have for an episode and you start to see how that becomes troublesome and how her whole celebrity becomes an issue, and how she needs to continue to have this image. So from technological sort of standpoint, I thought it was quite interesting. And just as a life of a pop star, I thought that was also quite interesting, as well whether you want to creatively move into something else, or not. I think it just fell a bit short because. Like you said, it's. It wasn't really executed as well. But you know what old would jaded, maybe people with a bit more spring in this step? Can enjoy it. But it it was okay. I think I think that costing was perfect. I think Miley playing Ashley was right. Yeah. Then, again, the story just felt shot it felt really teeny Bopper. It felt really like a teen movie. To it felt like a team movie, I think of watch these not, not a my car age growing up. But I. Okay. Why you had to explicitly. Very clean. Look of love. All you put a fix Luke flow. Anyway, it's just like a teen movie. It just got distracted a lot of times watching this. It didn't really didn't captivate me the fact that the have Ashley having a doll version of how with air it just felt normal. I think in the nine in the late nineties we had like. Poppy, the fossils, chronic poppy, being yet I had one of those and not to that level or maybe my parents, couldn't afford the legit ones, had I had the counterfeits it just didn't feel. That revolutionary or that different just in. I didn't get the peace owed. But I did think it was quite interesting. And I guess it's one of those things we've talked about before with your frame of reference, if you'll pardon the reference, because you can pick at interpret. However you want and as lackluster, as this episode was, what I took from the story is grief as fuck and hod. Right, that poor little girl has to try and deal with her mother passing away the same as the other sister, but she's young. Right. So she's trying to deal with in the best way that she can. And even when she was like play doing makeovers and doing dances, and her older sister is like you're basing yourself. I'm like lever. Learn like she's trying to deal with it. In the best way. She can you can see the whole formulas dealing with grief differently. The fathers themselves terrible in his project. The sisters just trying to listen. Two or trying to play. And listen to what the mother loved so is dealing with grief differently, and this and that was kind of touching. But I think Molly quite world Harrell. Yeah, she did. And she probably heard in on like her experiences as well. Yeah, for sure, and you could tell so, I think that's all for me. All that's all he can get from you on this call. We did it. We talked about black Mira and because it's on Netflix. I'm sure we'll be here next year. When it will end. I guess we will know when we not. Hey, yeah. Well, so let's let's dive into for your reference. I would go with inside number nine each other series. Nice. It's home ity crime horror. Whatever your flavor is they have different episodes of different things. It's amazing how they took us a few episodes to realize that there are two guys that appear in all of the episodes, 'cause it's done quite well stunk what you could tell the relationship between the two is great the chemistry at amazing. And you would love this inside dominant, if you love the logical series even if you don't it's just good. So get on it a watch it. I've got. So the first one, I have is the we'll all about Britain today, 'cause I'm going to suggest humans. With our lovely. Reigning Queen Gemma Chan, so definitely check out humans. They talk about androids as well. And it is quite an interesting point in take on what it would be like to have androids even though the dad of that family shit. And the second share that I will reference is, if you enjoyed Damson addresses, acting in smithereens, it should definitely check him out as Franklin in snowfall. Greg. Yes. That's all we need to talk about really guys. Thank you so much for listening. We really appreciate it hurtful guys enjoyed this episode. If you watch other stuff perhaps we have in a percent on that, so feel free to check it out. Subscribe to us, if you want to be out today on when we upload on Twitter and Instagram where for your ref pod. We're also on Facebook, and you can rot us on hollow f- wire podcast com. And if you like please leave us a rating and review on, I change guys. We'll see you next week. See. Luigia..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

11:09 min | 2 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on For Your Reference

"I had problems with the overarching concept of the episodes, it's not to say that the ending is what did me? Well, I didn't have a problem with it because essentially, they make it seem as safe both Jaden and Chris tie. Yeah. And that's when all and that he can see everyone in the community is getting Alex and updates of what's happening. How about those two kids hanging around the police, the crime, saying high around the police, which is weird because he'd think that defrosting police would do strong get people out of the area, but there is essentially the ones that give Chris away the guys fake. They make an advance symbolic all literal. I think it's a say that they'll always be like a social presence like the lowest bay. Voyeurs if you like to call them. You know, there are people that stand in front of burning buildings of terrible tragedies and take fighters true. Who are the worst kind of people workum being less shit people just in general? But you know what I mean? Like there will always be voyeurs in world events. And I think that's what these guys represented maybe. Right. And then you have the whole WikiLeaks, which we don't have time to get into today. But, you know, people getting shit that they shouldn't get involved in and it's quite true to form. And then you have turf graces character his the head. And he's very like Jack Dorsey isn't he like the? Of Twitter and how even even he'd doesn't have hold of decisions or it's essentially going beyond his initial vision, and it's all about profit margins. Oh, yeah. Just profit margins right now, just trying to get you more addicted to the screen. Interesting. But at the same time, it's conversations that we're having now it's not futuristic. All I had on issue of is. Well as much as Chris to responsibility of killing the wife, he blamed, let's call it Twitter. For his accident because he looked at his phone for one second. And he got into an accident. Yeah. That's what I'm saying. I had qualms with the episode, but as a as a simple story. With the acting from Moscow and dams and just amazing amazing, and these these two particularly other sort of actors that you say you know, if they get paid a dollar they're going to give you a thousand dollars worth of acting. Yeah. The passion the passion is so real in this, but it, it's effortlessly done, and we are taken on this journey with them, and it was made quite clear, because seventy lay is to mocks character. Chris. There were seventy lays and you. It was amazing as a as just something to watch. It was amazing. Whether it follows the black mirror sort of elk, I wouldn't really say, sir agreed. Let's wrap up. We've got Rachel Jack and Ashley, too. Obviously miley. Cyrus is in it. We've also got angry rice Devonport as Susan Powell who. A growing of episode. Majlis fine. She's married to Ozzy, sir. She's fine. A humble qualms of Miley. I have qualms with the fact that they're pretty much just made ham onto a Hannah Montana. This was not a block mirror episode. This was fogging Hannah Montana, and that's all I'm going to say about this shit. Maybe you give us your opinions. Again, we do talk about the dwindling quality. What do I do? What are you, what do you want me to do? I'm not the president of the Miley Cyrus fan club. But if you take it for its concept, it is quite interesting. The fact that you have a popstar that releases a toy that kids Mersa, -ceptable, will buy and this toy isn't it isn't, you know, when we were growing up way, just have like five phrases that are just copies and says an elope over and over. It's actual AI based on her personality. Very interesting. It's a very interesting concept that you have for an episode and you start to see how that becomes troublesome and how her whole celebrity becomes an issue, and how she needs to continue to have this image. So from technological sort of standpoint, I thought it was quite interesting. And just as a life of a pop star, I thought that was also quite interesting, as well whether you want to creatively move into something else, or not. I think it just fell a bit short because. Like you said, it's. It wasn't really executed as well. But you know what old would jaded, maybe people with a bit more spring in this step? Can enjoy it. But it it was okay. I think I think that costing was perfect. I think Miley playing Ashley was right. Yeah. Then, again, the story just felt shot it felt really teeny Bopper. It felt really like a teen movie. To it felt like a team movie, I think of watch these not, not a my car age growing up. But I. Okay. Why you had to explicitly. Very clean. Look of love. All you put a fix Luke flow. Anyway, it's just like a teen movie. It just got distracted a lot of times watching this. It didn't really didn't captivate me the fact that the have Ashley having a doll version of how with air it just felt normal. I think in the nine in the late nineties we had like. Poppy, the fossils, chronic poppy, being yet I had one of those and not to that level or maybe my parents, couldn't afford the legit ones, had I had the counterfeits it just didn't feel. That revolutionary or that different just in. I didn't get the peace owed. But I did think it was quite interesting. And I guess it's one of those things we've talked about before with your frame of reference, if you'll pardon the reference, because you can pick at interpret. However you want and as lackluster, as this episode was, what I took from the story is grief as fuck and hod. Right, that poor little girl has to try and deal with her mother passing away the same as the other sister, but she's young. Right. So she's trying to deal with in the best way that she can. And even when she was like play doing makeovers and doing dances, and her older sister is like you're basing yourself. I'm like lever. Learn like she's trying to deal with it. In the best way. She can you can see the whole formulas dealing with grief differently. The fathers themselves terrible in his project. The sisters just trying to listen. Two or trying to play. And listen to what the mother loved so is dealing with grief differently, and this and that was kind of touching. But I think Molly quite world Harrell. Yeah, she did. And she probably heard in on like her experiences as well. Yeah, for sure, and you could tell so, I think that's all for me. All that's all he can get from you on this call. We did it. We talked about black Mira and because it's on Netflix. I'm sure we'll be here next year. When it will end. I guess we will know when we not. Hey, yeah. Well, so let's let's dive into for your reference. I would go with inside number nine each other series. Nice. It's home ity crime horror. Whatever your flavor is they have different episodes of different things. It's amazing how they took us a few episodes to realize that there are two guys that appear in all of the episodes, 'cause it's done quite well stunk what you could tell the relationship between the two is great the chemistry at amazing. And you would love this inside dominant, if you love the logical series even if you don't it's just good. So get on it a watch it. I've got. So the first one, I have is the we'll all about Britain today, 'cause I'm going to suggest humans. With our lovely. Reigning Queen Gemma Chan, so definitely check out humans. They talk about androids as well. And it is quite an interesting point in take on what it would be like to have androids even though the dad of that family shit. And the second share that I will reference is, if you enjoyed Damson addresses, acting in smithereens, it should definitely check him out as Franklin in snowfall. Greg. Yes. That's all we need to talk about really guys. Thank you so much for listening. We really appreciate it hurtful guys enjoyed this episode. If you watch other stuff perhaps we have in a percent on that, so feel free to check it out. Subscribe to us, if you want to be out today on when we upload on Twitter and Instagram where for your ref pod. We're also on Facebook, and you can rot us on hollow f- wire podcast com. And if you like please leave us a rating and review on, I change guys. We'll see you next week. See. Luigia..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on KOMO

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"chris  tie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Lives, but news of another school shooting even that phrase another school shooting, they remind you how outrageous crime has become a commonplace of aunt. We were just a few days into the fifth month of the year. And there have already been forty-one feuding newest schools. You might recall some of the names eagle Chris tie in Colorado, Frederick Douglass. High school in Baltimore that became well. Known for a new cycle some school shootings might be a mishap like the accidental discharge of a weapon some happened in classrooms, others in parking lots, but they all contribute to the feeling of vulnerability in our schools. And now our houses of worship institutions now have protocols when shots rang out in Charlotte university's office of emergency management tweeted run. Hide fight secure yourself in mmediately campuses are locked down. Police have probably trained the press has learned to report more about victims than the alleged shooter active shooter drills are now a part of school life. Many parents have grade school children have been heartsick to hear youngsters of the age when they still have show Intel come home to talk about it real were teachers had to bolted door helped them hide in the closet or crouch on a floor to rehearse what to do in event of an attack. But it's. Cook told us, it is only responsible to understand the increased risk to our communities. There have also been attacks in recent weeks on the f- about of Paul away synagogue in California or one worshipper which killed and three wounded the burning of three African American churches in Louisiana eleven people who died in the attack on the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh, five months ago. People in places where Americans are supposed to be safe. Feel peace and keep open minds and hearts. Now might feel they have to worry about seeing. A message flash.

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"chris  tie" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Welcome to the artist John podcast. I'm johnny. And I may Jay we're so glad you joined us on our weekly show where we share over a decade of coaching experience to teach you the social skills. You didn't get in school. If you're a new listener we were on live in person social skills training programs here in sunny, Los Angeles, and we help everyday people advance their social skills in all areas of their life. Whether it's dating business networking building out their social circle or even improving relationships with your family and friends, check us out at the artichoke dot com from lore. Now each week. We give you an insider's view of what we do bringing you episodes full of content that we pull from our signature boot camp program, and we are work the monthly themes, you can work on in your own life. Just by listening to this podcast this month. We're talking about confidence. We all have our struggles with it and one way or another the past episodes this month are filled with great tips strategies, and even personal stories about what confidence is how to build and rebuild it. When you're weak goes sideways, and how to be more compassionate towards yourself. So that you can grow. To become more resilient to life subsets. So make sure you take a listen if you haven't already today, we're running our monthly QNA episode. Our guest today is our trainer Chris tie. Walker? Someone we've gotten to know really well in the last six months, and that's because he's a big reason we were able to get in shape and run our half marathon last month. We also learned a lot about ourselves through the process being coached by Chris sure, he yells at us in the Jim pushing us to our complete boundaries. But it all comes from love. So we wanted to share part of that experience with you because our experience working with Chris has involved a lot of goal setting and working towards our goal is a big part of building confidence. In fact, we talk about goal setting on day one of our camp. Absolutely. On tuesday. We go over not only your goals for the week..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"We had great conversation here about the book. Check it out fire them. Now, the seven lies digital marketers sell to business owners politicians and not only that we learned a lot about your personal life. Thank you for opening up and sharing some that vulnerability with our listeners. Yeah. And if any business owner is just totally like wiped out doesn't understand what's going on. We created through the book, but a free digital media audit. They can go and fill out for three minutes, then go fill out all their publicly digital footprint and my team will literally assess everything they do put together. Into a free consultation. Call to kind of get them moving forward and we've typically seen businesses go. Improve. There are alive about fifty percent. Just in the two or three things they can do to improve. And where would I find that Philip Stutz dot com backslash audit? Thank you so much. Oh. All right that wraps up for Phil stats. He had so much to offer on how the best engage with people in the digital space and the value of balancing that with a real live contact. Yeah. I love that. He offered his own personal experiences away to drive home. This point about meeting people where they are and making authenticity a priority in all of your communication. So we're gonna leave you with some thoughts about authentic communication, especially for those of you heading home for the holidays. Yeah. I love that. He offered his own personal experiences away to drive home. This point about meeting people where they are and making authenticity a priority in your communication, whether it's in politics or outside. That's something. We can all agree with here at the art of charm, if you're like in our show, please leave us a review go to I tunes. Find our podcast, the art of charm and show your thoughts. The reviews are great for new listeners, and they really help us out to we're always trying to improve. And we appreciate all the love you've been sending our way the Arte charm podcast is produced by Chris Olen. With production assistance. From Michael herald this shows recorded a cast media studios and sunny Hollywood, California, the shows also engineered by Danny Lubar, Bradley, down them. I'm Jay, and I'm Johnny thanks for listening next week. We get back to talking about confidence, and we're hosting another QNA episode with our kick ass coach Chris tie Walker who helped us train for our half marathon, be sure to tune in and listen to some of our fun stories of training and how to create the right mindsets to build confidence. That's right. We're gonna talk about setting goals working towards them. And how that process is the heart of confidence building. So enjoy your holiday break if you're on one and please travel save we'll see you next time.

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"chris  tie" Discussed on The Art of Charm

The Art of Charm

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on The Art of Charm

"Hate running now Amy drags me to Berry's bootcamp class. And I hate running guess what? I hate Barry's bootcamp because of the running I did not mind the lifting weights. But I was like this sucks. I don't like this class. I'm forced to run and oh, by the way, everyone else in classes, probably ridiculing me, right? This is the narrative that's going on in the back of my mind. I kept going to Berry's bootcamp classes, I still disliked running. But I kept going and slowly. But surely I saw my speeds take up on the treadmill. I felt better and better after class, and then I just said to myself. Well, what would be a challenge for someone who doesn't like running? What would be something that you're like? Wow. I can't believe you did that you said you hate running and half marathon popped into my mind. We dedicated time we set. Goals. One forty five for me, two hours for Johnny. We hit it hard in the training. I hated running during the training finally went on my long run broke ten miles actually felt really good after it's starting to feel the runner's high started see my times creep down. All of a sudden through all of those actions, the training, the long runs the enjoyment that was associated with it. I started change my own narrative, I actually enjoy running. I no longer hate running was able to break that cycle by taking different action zones. The story action cycle a lot of us are unaware the story. Now, we've probably raises awareness around the story for you. We have to start thinking about ways that we can break that story action cycle by changing our actions. I it always starts there. Because that's the one thing that you can bring to a conscious level. And if you can get some wins there, then you can go back and start to change the internal of that story. And I wanna give large props to our trainer who coached us through this Chris tie Walker because if it would we were definitely we've fought them a lot. Absolutely. And he had us mentally emotionally and physically prepared for that marathon, though, I was getting worked up leading up to it. I just do that that two hours that morning was was running, and it was going to be painful, and it was going to be a lot of self talk challenging ourselves. And I was ready for it. And I know you were ready for it. And though we were there's still some apprehension going into it. What for talk about? But we were prepared for how we were going to deal with any of those questions that came up while we were doing that. And one fifty nine for Johnny one forty four for me. We both beat our goals going into it. I wanna say also had a Pittsburgh a mouse. Sake. So I could say there's a couple more..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So my thinking as I'm going to set an alarm for every four minutes and ten seconds, and when that alarm goes off, we're gonna make sure to mention sports that way. People can accuse us of not talking enough sports. Is that a good idea about idea? I think it's a terrible idea. All right. Well, we start all right, so four minutes and seven seconds will mention sports just in case we don't get sports, seven, eight, six, four, five, six, eight, three, seven. If you wanna talk to us, we have a wheel. What else do we have? We have a poll going on. We have the sports alarm and we have callers, and we've topics. What do you wanna start with Allison? Oh, oh guys. I forgot eight minutes from now. Very big deal. Very big deal today as you all know is ten ten, right? So today on ten, ten at nine, ten we will give you our ten, our ten. What are ten? We're going to get your Tenny ten at nine ten. You will have a list of ten things. Chris will have a list of things, ROY, we'll have a list of ten things, and I will have a list of ten things and that's coming up today. Ten, ten at nine, ten, exciting. Our list of ten. It's really exciting. Should I spend the Wheeler? Should we just talk sports? Here's the problem. Saying this on the air everywhere. I know I shouldn't be saying this on air. I see that there's callers, but the call screener doesn't have names yet. It's not working on line one. Okay. Hey, George, what's up. I mean, I don't know if you guys are doing the if I looked like thing anymore. None I today. Yeah, just gonna ask you like what's like your favorite. You got talking about what you guys are doing copy copier. What's the best place to get coffee or eat like around you? All around FIU. How far? Whichever you the main campus? Right? Modesto? Yeah. Yeah. How far are you willing to go. I don't know. I'm not trying to go into like further Miami. I just maybe like maybe like three miles. I mean, I love God. I you know where that is on burden eighty seventh avenue. That's a good place. There's lots of little bakeries around there. There's like party cake bakeries and different bakers like that. I mean, you can't go wrong. There's also the place right across the street from the fair one hundred sixteen I don't remember what it's called. It used to be called, Tammy, rose Trump. I don't know what it's called now. So, yeah, you should be able to find some good. Oh, an Publix. I think Publix has to want to go public. All right. Have a good day. You're also George Google that. That's so rude George is look, that's, that's my area like that. Those are my streets over there by going to spend wheel, are we getting the storm? No, that's going to Tallahassee. And by the way guys, please stop making jokes at Tallahassee is getting hit by hurricanes this week. That's not cool. It's a category for, oh, it landed on Chris tie. Thought. So I talked now. Yes, and that's Chris sign, whatever you want to talk about. Oh, man, we have a lot to talk about. I'm trying to decide if I want to go softball update or if I want to tell I feel old like the first time I've ever actually felt old in my life. What do you guys want to here. It's a year. Just start talking, dude. Okay. ROY Trumpy. So a couple of weeks back, my softball team got screwed over by umpire. We I'm just updated because the day that you said that I'm buyers shouldn't be in softball. Did you say that he said, I said that in baseball there shouldn't be empires. It should be robots, right? I still, I said, yeah, home plan on Pires should not be calling balls and strikes. That's a whole different thing we could get into last night Yankees, Red Sox game on why that point is right by me..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show

"This one has a whole separate show girlfriends ten year old in my apartment and they want this is awesome. All the games. Look in tell your mom. She thinks that's a red flag. Awesome. And the other thing I thought of is so your girlfriend has cleaned up your bathroom because she was grossed out by it and, and this was even before I got this review, I said to myself is something wrong with me that I didn't think he's bathroom was fucked up needed to be like like either. I didn't think I would not go into your bathroom and go, I hope someone cleans. Duting on necessarily cleaned up your bathroom. I mean, who knows if it's unnecessary better, but it didn't look. It wasn't bad, but I'm like, okay, if you want to care. This might bother somebody. I'm all for it. See every week. Did they use it as leverage later? So far things are fine. That's good. Yeah, let them keep doing. Yeah. Yeah. I think there is a way to do that. Like, look, I like this level of cleanliness. I'm not judging you. I just I don't mind cleaning the bath. She knows what it is. She knows like she feels that something she can control on this early me, but just cleansing this is a control comes out of you. Yes. Cool. So yes. And now I want invite everyone over to my house because I didn't even score. Yeah, I just want because because I should look for the truth here, is it really a two star thing? I don't think so, but am I just stores not people? There's other a sign above your door. This hemmed as place, not a two star joint, right. So what Andrea fucking get on my ready. You're such a fucking bitch. Come on. I have to call you that word right now. 'cause you're pissing me off. Let's go. I haven't used the word bitch on a woman a fucking year. Get on Mike kind what what everyone's dirty next to Andrea though. Just we start with that. God, it is injured doing the shrug in rolling those what's up. She didn't even really look how surprise she didn't realize she's in the back foot enrolling her eyes every. Colette's historically. Everybody relax. Maybe you're being a little more judgment than was actually coming at doing judging me at all. I'm judging everybody all the time. We'll I, I understand. Like when you're talking about Kyle about control the way that she field, that's how I feel about cleanliness. So I'm aware that my ABS obsession with cleanliness is, you know, bordering on a mental illness, she only has so much control over people at the gym. She manages, she only has so much control doing comedy. She only has so much control quite frankly, over her children, a two. Place in the Nance when it's cold and Chris tied on the bed. I love her. I just want. I also want to point out this is this is Andrea suck and neuroses, and I get that like we are fighting a battle here because your brain is different than mine only in this way, I feel and so I can tell when Andrea had a neurotic night when my fucking desk gets moved around because just to Orem is papers. Because to help you though it's the help her get through some problems yet by the way cow stick around. Sounds like there's going to be a job opening. Well, I, when you were saying you got a two star review, I was reading like. Oh shit and my messages to you, like mother fucker, and then you're crying about you're upset about your. You could still come on maybe dick. To God by the way these scholars Atwood's. So I'm going to horse. They affect people, you know, my ex will sick one time and I'm taking care of her. And I, we have a, we have a white board with the sandwich whiteboard with that stands up like an inverted v, easel and easel. Thank you. You really are an artist. I, I on it. You're in the love hospital. Today's patient is an room number one. And then at the Ellen's been to the hospital too many times. And at the end of the flu, three days, she gets a score. Patient score was four stars..

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"chris  tie" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

The IGN Movies Show

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

"And she starts document her exercise regimen it's a press conference she goes all i can do all these set up and i'm sitting in the front row it i was passed because i was waiting around i lost my all afternoon because of lindsay lohan and she's shows up in rural entourage total starlet crap and his y'all out yeah how many she goes you know says how many in on my show us she gets down from the day s starts doing she said she could do like 25 third she gets to 12 gets backup you showed herds well next day i go in to do the tv spots and she's pair were chris tied and i know she has big ice pack on her ankle and she doesn't recognize me uh oh what would happen to your ankles she was awesome hassle yesterday made me do pushups and now it's what a jerk eyes so ice man years thinking oh my god is that how she got like hooked on painkillers mi the resume that happen jobs team is this sort of shadow influence i am going to see my under man metalcast in movie and derailing arrears low hand so let's move on let's let's make this the last uh the last listener question from from alexander cleanse look this is a bit of a thinker alexander climb wants us to know our answer from 2017 what was the most critically panned movie or box office bomb that you loved or at least liked more than the general sort of reaction so i guess like what's the one where we disagreed with sort of the masses the most i think david a you're probably i would guess bright would be over you also i enjoy valeria can i mean i haven't seen that one i was okay who was okay yeah i enjoyed it but i mean i didn't do very well you know in the box office but i enjoy that the again was a it was a plane movie was on a plane i was like washes i'm trying to thing is the guy who kind of a corral together our our biggest flop severe thing.

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"chris  tie" Discussed on Taboo Tales

Taboo Tales

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on Taboo Tales

"Almost hurry small price so when you was the us um was the us what you had imagined to beer how is a different from what you had pictured or seen in the media uturi here if you will air will you here in my first uh times in china will that with chanber we went to the morning shower with my friend uh julio and uh the anatomy we went clashed or in their bid it personally came in she say something a little all are lying i was like no in in late night say thank you and because in in mexico are we gonna see the phil perry uh difficult uh i gets down to manage noted beginning may the thank you not thank you and what am i foods uh what a guy who wasn't enough is rear snitching no but when you were to have still confused like fifty one from nigeria helps so i don't isn't it let me combine com money new uh but um uh i don't know it wasn't that what's former one by by ailing state is chris tying easily chico was when i thought he was so again i dunno was it easy for you to reach your goal in your goal was to get there and make money and send it back to help your siblings go to school so how how did you wait a job and do that while the way into the works is thank you call to a place they're not at that point a place in chicago.

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"chris  tie" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

Shutdown Fullcast

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"chris tie" Discussed on Shutdown Fullcast

"Who who who's who's the worst seem eastern michigan has lost to i don't think they played akron are they did lose their ohio so there's franks all h frank soler ohio's pretty good well akron is worse than ohio but they haven't played akron up be that as it may well i'm given texas the a transitive non transitive hypothetical lost to akron we can i mean we can probably work at that way because akron beat western michigan and western beat eastern okay yeah so we can get there eastern lost a western western lost to akron there is your connection akron is better than the university of texas the big 12 should abandon taxes and replace it with akron um for the for the zepce network from richard the the full quote i will read it in the entire thing i want to hear how my mississippi stable dogs defeated the alabama crimson tide if that is a bridge too far understand damn we picked a bad week to read this kono i i do this on purpose 'cause i'm a mean person uh workers i mean richard already knows how is mississippi state bulldogs defeat alabama chris tied happened last make sure did took him to the wire it was what was it twenty 424 something like that banda's drive in calvin ridley is running toward the end zone in bam the sniper got him no damn obama scored but then scored two quick scored to score two quick turnaround in nick fitzgerald through reliable mary nobody expected on on that hail mary from like the 32 it it it you know lake it didn't fly like in with twenty yards out of the end zone he threw it like stray up like he was plan that tank game 5 hunt yeah like his planned five hundred the tank game review angle the terrance sure easters straily up in it flew for like a minute and then it came down so fast it was with lynn landed right in a bulldogs arms and then they and then they went for two in it was it was i only remember it but it was really cool and they'd knocked off the tide um bulldog number one now yep it looked at each decide.

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