17 Burst results for "Chris Class"
"chris class" Discussed on Science Friday
"I think there's an opportunity to i mean. These are challenges that you know. I'm a material scientists slash device. physicists person. And so i'll i'll have to defer to some of my more clever colleagues who really do look at some of the economics of these things but certainly if you talk to people who are working on. These technologies dan and day out. We don't really feel like we'll have succeeded if we leave people out. It doesn't do sunny good to have you know regions where we've got you know nice clean parks and electrified cars. If there are other places where say for example we were generating all of that electricity with coal now clearly given solar prices. We have an opportunity to get rid of that but we do need to think about kind of the implications of putting utility scale power plants in different places and what happens when those power plants reached the end of their lives. That's again something that we're working. Pretty actively on to try to develop what we call circular economic concepts one designing these systems from the beginning So this is an active area of research for us at enron. Well an ira. I think your question really gets to the right way to be thinking about this. Which is that. we shouldn't just be looking at. What is the cost of of solar. And what is the cost of natural gas in comparing those two things and trying to decide which is the right resource to go with what we should be looking at. His total system cost and increasingly as variable. Renewables are starting to drop in cost and some of the technologies that we discussed the the information and communication technologies. That would allow the grid to talk to our homes and use our homes as sort of distributed batteries in all the various ways that they could do that as those costs start to drop is starting to become clear that there might be a system that is radically different than the grid that we use today. That is still cheaper than the grid we use today and i would point to an analysis by a gentleman named kris clack who works for a firm called vibrant clean energy built a very granular computer model of the electricity grid that integrated the weather and and made all sorts of assumptions. About what technology costs would be down the line and he estimated that having a high degree of distributed renewable generation out in the community on the edge of the grid as they say You know if we think of the grid is a wheel with hub in the centre that the power plant and spokes that go out grid. Edge refers to our homes and chris. Class models spat out of solution. That said that having a lot of grid edge technology would be the most cost effective solution saving something on the order of a half a trillion dollars. And so i think that as technology changes the assumptions of of what is going to be the most cost effective grid is also going to change and we really need to be thinking hard about what that means for policy making you know every step of the way so would the grid be more localized which is the better way to make it so that everybody has their own source of power like their solar panels on their roof or to make it more centralized. Sam what do you think. What's your opinion about that. I think that the that the answer to that is yes and my read of of the studies that have been coming out is essentially that putting more renewables at the edge of the grid and making it so that your local circuit the you know the local feeder that the big transmission line connects to from some faraway power powerplant making it so that that local circuit is optimized on its own and is is much of the time generating the electricity that needs what that does is it. Frees up that big transmission line to do other things. We have to take a break when we come back. Continuing our dive into solar energy and how it's disrupting the.
"chris class" Discussed on Do By Friday
"Don't driving me kill a lot of people but also helps a lot of people get to work on time. So it's impossible to say bad or not executing some advanced high risk transactions on the markets trading my ass medicine for dick medicine. Anything else like that. We'd like darth drills or anything else that just kinda makes you happy chris. Class chris classes always such a like a. He's like a cool drink of water. He such sweet. Like positive. Person should follow chris. Class on twitter like he'll. He'll make you happy. Don't you think you fall chris. He does on my seventy-three folders site. That was chris leap really. Oh wow he also taught me everything. I know about photography which is not a reflection on him from being on and and my my my my internet friend and a devon ham debit. i don't know how exactly pronounce it web design a person in england. She puts lots of good pictures of desserts and dogs. She's great. I'm just looking down the list here. There are other people who made me very happy. Jack wade makes me happy. Oh you know i had. I had a second funny. Follow this one. I'm more comfortable. Admitting all right because you know had that one funny follow the funny follow. We talked about the funny follow person to we talked about last week. He started falling on twitter. The oh yes yes. Yes but here's a good one. Here's a good one. This person who had this very very funny tweet. You know what this just sounds like bragging. And i don't mean it that way. Oh all brag more than you. I got recognized the apple store yesterday and it was really weird. Shut your mouth. Tell me more about that what happened. What was the situation. You're masked even ask you recognize. Yeah i mean who is that mess. They the wealth also. I want the apple store masks that they have the you know how last week i was like one. What are those. Tell me more about those. They are like a mix of an end. Ninety five or k and ninety five and a regular sur surgical masks. There aren't like wrinkles but it it fits around your face in a way that is truly one of those ones that give your room for your mouth to move like on. Its own like you get. But i've never seen it anywhere else to try to find. And i'll try to find it but they should sell those. If they had any sense i was like. Oh what is this. Like when the i bet they make them big. They've gotta make them the themselves when they made the pizza boxes. For the mccafe. It looks like an apple. I bet that's was very much a thing during the johnny years where it's like. I've decided to care a lot about this thing. Okay here we go here. We go so this was retrieved by a lot of people and now it's like a like a big big viral tweet but a person tweeted and this. This is the tweet okay. So don't look for context here. This is the tweet out of nowhere. This this my kind of tweet for everyone asking the recipe. Is you cover. Whatever you're eating in olive oil and too much salt and then you roasted at four hundred until it's kinda burned. I thought that was me not a people pleaser. Also me doing stand up routine to make sure the waiter likes me. Followed that person because i thought gosh i'm always looking. I'm always looking for like not the usual and like a funny lays good follow and she's falling back. I thought it's really fucking weird. And guess what she is. Guess issue issue person. Well no famous our way for this. You can't have one person hog all the flu loaded. Nachos did you haven't come over to say. I think you should leave. An auditor lady fully loaded nachos remember what they were the nachos and his dates eating all the ones with the eating all the fully loaded was like just like a little a little chunk near and some cheese. All i sure as i. I didn't think i'd like la. Yeah she's on the caserne name but she's on the internet all senator. You talk more about that in the did you see anna and the dog. That's a good dog. Yeah there's a good dog that comes to work and the dog wants to be loved that the dog just staring out through a door. I mean when you're here you're family Fan when you leave fuck you. Who doesn't love being on location in the office. I like twitter. That makes me happy. Yeah Out of context gilmore girls. That's fun. I like data law. That makes me happy out of context. Pok mon oh so really. You've got star. Trek gilmore girls. I've got nathan. What are some other out of context. But i don't think. I understand that i feel like no. You would not know definitely definitely not pokemon enough to understand and the well. It's just like screen shots from the anime from the mid nineties that we all watched very. It's just you know. Sometimes sometimes there is a polk amman with boobs. And you don't know why but there it is why not yeah or pregnant and eating itself or something. Yeah yeah yeah. Cj cj from guardian says we. We should check out shelly cloud. What is that look at looking at my twitter. I'm trying. I'm trying to bubble up. Positively o- me very cute very cute little kit buoy photographer that the our friend Cj from guardian says we should be using shelly and you said something about it being expensive. I think yeah it's really expensive. What is it. When i couldn't figure it out looking at the website. It's is it like the as ubiquity is to wifi. shelly is to home. Cj is c. j. gone general conversation last week. It was nice. Hey i like. I like what you make. No it's it's i don't i i was trying to like i was watching youtube videos and like okay. This is really good then figure out a way to try it out but it just almost feels like a more complicated. Hugh situation like you've got you've got to go all in or you need to use like most people aren't gonna install home assistance. Did you get the update. You got the update and i was telling you about. Did you ever get the hugh o. Hugh update yes. I did yes it. I was shocked. It looks and works way better and it's got some nice little chunks of funk that are handy i love the way it's trying to encourage you to make sure cuts. I think that's an interesting idea. And it's encouraging you labs again and it's just like oh someone must have been tipped off about what was coming up at the dub dub keynote. I should spend more time with that and do we do. Wc hey everybody should do an intermission right here. Maybe we should do. We'll replay like in west side story or like with the wind. We're halfway through people going p. Maybe put a make another find some intermission music. I didn't get your approval. Should we do that. We have that we won't get intermission. Put some music so very my needs to go get sandwich. They could do it now. I guess or do you want them to be here for the journey. Do you want them to be here. Step-by-step with us. No breaks off. Gas no breaks wait wait. What is what is happening. Are we taking a break or no like see an old movie. I think. I wanna say all the old movies that were often based on plays most plays or to acts correctly on that. If you need to quin jump in here. Yeah you know quinn. I we've never said a but just jump in anytime. Alex said it's okay but you go and you see you see in oklahoma a movie. You see the thing about west side story. Have you seen the movie west side story. Of course it opens you..
"chris class" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
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"chris class" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That's another beauty of this campaign it, however, you want to engage with us. There's a way in an opportunity because we stream all of these events on our platforms. Aaron There are a lot of states the president one where the polls are close, or he's behind and you've seen all these polls. Wisconsin and Michigan, which he was there on Tuesday. He's down in some polls, almost double digits to Joe Biden. Do you not believe all of those poles as the president? Not believe all of those poll? No, We certainly don't believe all those holes because we know that they're fake. We know that they're suppression Hold. We see it time and again to know that the president's enthusiasm is out there that the supporters are excited, and we thought Justin Wisconsin that those who registered to attend the president's rally over 50% of them were not Republican. That's huge, were still bringing more voters into the fold were still bringing more people into this movement into this party. Even in the closing days of the campaign, we have the grassroots army in the grassroots effort to turn these voters out and make sure that come Election day they show up and they vote for President Trump. Georgia is a state that Joe Biden visited on Tuesday. No Democrats won there since 1992. He thinks they have a shot at stealing that away. President can't afford to lose too many states. How confident are you about the state like George or North Carolina or even Florida? We? We feel like Georgia. We're in a very good position in but we feel good in all three of those states. Listen, if Joe Biden wants to try and wake him his campaign time for the one of that he does day outside of the basement in a state you've got no shot, and I mean, absolutely have at it. Remember, Democrats always have this grand hope that they're going to flip these Republican state. But I would ask you to ask, you know Robert Francis O'Rourke, how that worked for him in Texas because They felt the political operation there. They poured money into the state, and they tried to wring out every Democrat voting taxes. And they still off the same thing you're gonna see in Georgia there. They're not gonna be able to pick that one up. You know, I just saw there was a poll out of Texas the other day word. Joe Biden was ahead by two points. I assume you don't believe that one either. No, absolutely not. So as the president gets ready and gets closer to Election day, I remember in 2016. I think he had, like five different states. He hit On the Monday night going into early Tuesday morning. Is that going to be the case again? I mean, I can't give any hints or tips. You can absolutely expect to see President Trump. He will not be outworked. He will be all across the country, Chris Classing. Aaron Parini, director of press communications for the Trump campaign. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you..
"chris class" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"We have seen that our mortality rates still stays down and that people in this country R don't want to live in an endless locked down like the one that Joe Biden would promise. We know the American people want to re open and re opened safely. And we know that Joe Biden is an unmitigated disaster not only in terms of how he says he would approach the Corona virus. But also how he did handle his own pandemic. We saw each one anyone where his own people said, Hey, we got lucky that nothing went wrong. That could have been a huge disaster for the country because they weren't prepared. They left stockpiles depleted. And Joe Biden time and again when he talked about things he would do to address the Corona virus. He's either saying the president, xenophobic for stopping inbound flight from China, which we know saves lives. Or he's trying to say things that the president already did when it comes to that event Production act, and this is something that kind of drives me a little bit nuts about media right now, is that Confused over 70 Times, and Joe Biden keeps saying, Well, I would use this. None of the media pushes back out of it. Well, sir, Actually, the president's already used 70 times right behind on all of it and your operation works feet is going to make sure We have a vaccine in arrested amount of time because of President Trump leadership is a clear contrast Thie American people We believe they can make the right decision for themselves. They don't need the government to do that for them. These rallies. The president still holds several of them in a day or so, a lot of people packed together at a time in which we had a research in the month of October. President says. We're rounding the corner with us. All of these cases rise back up. So is easy facing more criticism, and is it open to criticism when he has a lot of people banded together again at this time? You know, the American people have the right to peaceably Assemble. It's the First Amendment rights of the Constitution. And so we believe in that the campaign also takes house and safety very seriously. We do temperature checks of every individual. We hold these as outdoor events. We also have back We encourage everybody to wear them and we have hand sanitizer available. But the First Amendment right cannot be trampled on by the American people. And so we are going to continue to get our message out there because when they're over 95% negative coverage of the president You have. We have to get past that We have to work around that, And that means talking directly to the American people at events and listen. If people can't join us in person, they're always welcome to join us online. That's another beauty of this campaign. It, however, you want to engage with us. There is a way in an opportunity could be stream all of these events on our platforms. Aaron, There are a lot of states the president one where the polls are closed, or he's behind. You've seen all these polls. Wisconsin and Michigan, which he was there on Tuesday. He's down in some holes, almost double digits to Joe Biden. Do you not believe all of those Poles? Is the president Not believe all of those poll? No, We certainly don't believe all those poles because we know that they're fake. We know that their profession poles, we see it time and again, you know that The president's enthusiasm is out there that supporters are excited, and we thought Justin Wisconsin that those who registered to attend the president's rally over 50% of them were not Republicans. That's huge, were still bringing more voters into the fold. We're still bringing more people into this movement into this party. Even in the closing days of the campaign, we have the grassroots army and the grassroots effort to turn these voters out and make sure that come Election day they show up and they vote for President Trump. Georgia is a state that Joe Biden visited on Tuesday. No Democrats won there since 1992. He thinks they have a shot at stealing that away. The president can't afford to lose too many states. How confident are you about state like Georgia or North Carolina or even Florida? We? We feel like Georgia. We're in a very good position in but we feel good in all three of those states. Joe Biden wants to China with his his campaign time for the one of that he does day outside of the basement in a state. He's got no shot, and I mean, absolutely have at it. I remember Democrats always have this grand help flip these Republican state. But I would ask you to ask Robert Francis O'Rourke, how that worked for him in Texas because they felt the political operation there. They poured money into that state may have tried to wring out every Democrat voting taxes and they still off. The same thing you're gonna see in Georgia there. They're not gonna be able to pick that one up. You know, I just saw there was a poll out of Texas the other day word. Joe Biden was ahead by two points. I assume you don't believe that one either. No, absolutely not. So as the president gets ready and gets closer to election Day I remember in 2016. I think he had, like five different states he hit on the Monday night going into early Tuesday morning. Is that going to be the case again? I mean, I can't give any hints or tips. You can absolutely expect to see President Trump. He will not be outworked. He will be all across the country. Chris Classing Aaron for any director of press communications for the Trump campaign. Thank you very much for joining us..
"chris class" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"My guest in the studio on amazing Americans with this daughter Kelsey in studio and they were sort of talk about that career year Colorado guy you're from boulder and how did you even as a million times and no but how did your restarted in cycling because I know you're doing it very young yeah well I mean I was I believe fifteen fourteen or fifteen and my friends and I had heard about the red thing but as my circle race in so we went down to north both of our check it out in the end I was just gobsmacked he used the term I was standing right by the fence then these runners for just put anything but I mean you know and you could reach out now almost hurts them in you could hear the whole sound of bicycles in in wheels than in the guys having you know saying much own move left move right or whatever in this whole this this course in the ring with Justin thrall me and so I rode my bike home is best thank then and now my parents that I'm going to be a place which is that with the resounding silence his bike racing back in the seventies with at least in America it was more like breaking away lot of guys Davis will see something like that on TV like a bike race and think I want to do that some day and then when they get into the sport Scott Hamilton was a guest on the show recently said the same thing they find out how difficult it is how much time is involved and they they get scared away by that that obviously did not happen to you you stuck with that sport now and then I love it I mean I love immersing myself in the closer and I don't know if it was because it was it was so so different from the culture that had grown up with in America with mainstream sports here it just suited me and I was sued yeah and so I I used to love both training I mean I didn't love it every day but I would do the training and I love competing I love who in winning I used the I didn't love bike racing but I love winning which I would say is is probably the main motivator in in my career was way is getting their arms up you know I crossed the finish the kill see wouldn't you look back at some of the video in preparing for this interview I did some of that on you two just everything you can find on everything available on you too but when you see some of these races that he won in their arms up in the air in the cash register and all that stuff what would your thoughts when you look back at that stuff I mean I love does have its so funny watching his old interviews and and the scene around cycling to that was in some ways a bit of a heyday of cycling the US when my parents were writing the clicker is classic I think what I've always done really inspiring though about my dad's story is that he wasn't necessarily the best right away and it it took him awhile to find his stride within cycling and he had just like this fervent belief in himself which I think a lot of people can take and take inspiration from I like he his parents were both academics and didn't necessarily understand what he was doing and he like move to Philadelphia and waited tables and Lake Road is bike all the time when he was eighteen straight out of high school and just kept writing kept racing and then it's easy to look back and only see all these times that he was winning and winning high and that's really fun like the pictures of you with an elephant but I the whole backstory to that is is pretty crazy and the and cool man I I think about that a lot with my own experience with sport have taken not with me for sure yeah you see all the highlights on YouTube right you don't see the hard work and that the losses back behind all that stuff yeah Davis was very it was Sir goal for you when you started were you thinking you know what I want to be the tour France champion I'm gonna was there something in your mind when you're first started cycling your I'm going for that well there is I mean it is online with that would have sounded better yeah I have a an actual headline from the bowl David amber in the year I graduated high school where it says basically I. one the future is the professional but very which at that time there was no professional in America and you know we were an amateur entry because of the Olympics in because they hadn't established server the ground groundwork for pro race me it think of my initial goal was just being able to be a professional and somehow I could see that through all of the the obstacles that late in my because there wasn't really built like thank I mean I had these big muscular arms which you know looked great on the beach but help me run up the hill it must have it and so so I was not a barn climber I did have a great spring in that served me well for the type of racing that was one in Colorado near the thing that I had in those early days there was really helpful with Brian Kiefel from wheat ridge and run and run and run and has his own story bit run and I used to go head to head week in and week out and then we made reach others so so much better and then we joined forces on the same team and he was just the most unbelievable he may and and I could tell him where no one else could through the lines and in the corners and we had a lot of races where we finished one two in even though he was leading me out the last mile or something and I just had this printer around him in the final two hundred yards you know he would he would carry his speed and still finished second which okay all right Paula Jones tune that belt line going this route I'm sorry this and he goes no I mean you had your job and you were and I had by I always thought the word sprinter when it comes to cyclists was always kind of misleading because you call yourself a sprinter in your your great sprinter won the best ever but you people need to keep in mind you had a ride six hours before you got to be a full sprint right yeah yes you know like a fifty yard dash guy no I mean well well I used to compare my running style the light for a day Anderson I mean for who is the Berlin this would let us know I'm thinking all Floyd little little bit of Floyd of bull leg yeah and you know charging for the life we're honored by and more gray but yeah that was something that it take me is Kelsey spoke earlier it take me a few years of of the natural endurance to be able this spring well after a hundred and some miles and that's where the hard work came into play for me was that in Durrance and climbing were always my he leaves you but but I eventually overcame them well enough not to be competitive in the overall US the case number is thank the turf but to be able to win stages and in the in the eventually when the overall it Chris class well and something to keep in mind is that his team seven eleven when he joined after the Olympics was the first American team to go to the charter front so when you ask sort of if you thought he could win it I don't think that was even an option before because they never heard of American writers really even participating in so they are like bootstrap in their way through hat and there's some there's some good stories from last time yeah there's the old seven eleven team yeah yeah you gotta love it I love the uniforms too I guess days Davis Phinney is a former professional cyclist only battling Parkinson's disease these days is helping others do the same thing we're talk about that as we continue we'll take a break this is amazing Americans news time eight thirty world leaders are trying to de escalate the tension spreading in the Middle East hoping for a peaceful and nonviolent resolution but president trump may be taking a different approach president trump appears to be going for deterrence instead even at the risk of inflaming things even more he has been tweeting taunts and threats at the run he's also been bragging about American military hardware saying that if Iran attacks us again we will hit them harder than they have ever been here before ABC's David Wright 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"chris class" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Tearing up their lawns. causing traffic problems at leaving behind Hey Katie in one segment we can use the word Stanky again staking mass cows and bulls. what the heck is bank they stank swat is this all about well remember folks back in the day this was a rural region lot of farms I guess what they're still a few out there yeah this is wild because San Jose's animal care service team has gotten into the fray. they've asked the owner of they they know that there's a person in the area that does okay own cows and bulls so they've asked this particular person to look into whether it's his house that are wandering into the neighborhood late at night. like waiting for him to not look at our current guys will tell. off yeah so I'm all for trespassing. but I'm looking at this cell phone video to Larry is the cause like mom they're just chewing away the lawn cracked it up yes nibbling. but they do belong to somebody there not just wild hours right yeah there they belong to somebody there just trying to figure out this who the somebody is. more power to him. yeah this is interesting only one third of Americans believe Jeffrey abstain killed himself only one third that means two thirds two thirds are involved in a conspiracy you know I had this thought that did you see the video that went viral it is I think it was yesterday or was on Wednesday of the woman who ended up giving birth in her jail cell. yeah on her on her own as she was she was it but how in the hell was that security footage crystal clear and able to be distributed everywhere yet that one security camera surrounding the biggest story in basically in the world it was your punk you are full of baseless information how dare you well they're all a source told me well had on it this is amazing. it just is it's plain as day that some issues going on but if you go down that road well basis information conspiracy. gosh what really. you don't think anything fishy is happening here and you know what at the end of the day we will never know it's just I I I I compare it to that horrible shooting in Las Vegas man that was swept under the rug so fast we will never flip and no yeah you never know if he had too many powerful friends who I owe my gosh yeah you think you're looking at you know this is EPS dean and then you put him in a Celly when you make sure that all of the security is top notch surrounding that at six I would make sure that okay the cameras are in proper order I would make sure that the guards are checking regularly yeah I stead of sleeping I he was supposed to be assigned a roommate that roommate mysteriously disappeared. yeah some some is being hidden here but you're right will never now New Jersey man thinks is corn stock. might have the world record with twenty eight cops cobs of corn I tell you. what's the no yeah I mean you talk well I've got I got a bunch of corn in my backyard. and I planted you know this is just my little my little farm in the backyard I planted fifty corn stocks Bob and I'm figuring I will get if if each has to I'll have a hundred cops. some only there in my particular case Bob ten of one of my doing wrong. I only get one most the time I get to occasionally occasionally I'll get three is it a do you grow up sweet corn yeah it's a what's the variety of using this year it's I think it's the variety I'm using there's so many different ones this call the checker board so it's white and yellow okay and all my guy sweet as honey yeah I am seeing most sweet corn varieties will have one to two years per plant. as they tend to mature more rapidly yeah so twenty eight is a freak of nature. yeah I would think as a freak of nature brought to you by Monsanto and I don't think I need it right I was just gonna say what how did he genetically modified that I was reading this story though and the guy the guy didn't even plant the stock himself right right this is this one was actually a squirrel planted this one. in the center it's kind of an odd place so I'm wondering how I was able to do this because you know. Courtney's partners in order to to to bring about the fruit so to speak I'll also what I learned from Bob Tadami did actually call him. now before this year because I was planting my corner different location and I was just can I was curious about this location because the weather on that side of my house is completely different than on the other side you know how it is here in the bay area sometimes and he explained to me that corn is actually a grass. really went into which I didn't know it's Chris class wears a grass that he went into how this one he said right good tried to grass I think that part of the the house climate will be fine let's just wait and see and so I'm waiting to see how the. I hope it works out because I love the court I absolutely love sweet corn and if it works I'll bring you guys and some as well Hey a better chair up Optimus live longer Katie. there's a good reason to turn that frown upside down optimistic people live as much as. fifteen percent longer than past well I'll leave it yeah anger ma'am what people are angry the negative. right yeah you G. H. is a you can tell those are the people that harbor it to a year to get the frown that scalp there are. yeah those people you have the people who just go around hating trump all the time. they're just using area on. yeah yeah yeah so pitch the camp she she's that's part of the problem. right all backed up. herbal it's awful. no scientists actually combine data from two large long term studies. one of the studies included. seventy thousand women at another about fifteen hundred men. all who completed questionnaires that assess their feelings about the future now wait a second only fifteen hundred men men are like I don't want to do a survey on god women are like Iran her what is it why would somebody women take the survey and that so many men ladies please I would just sit on the couch eating Bon bons I got nothing better now the difference when the dishes were done so we figured we could participate I had about twenty minutes before I had to start the vacuum self. okay so the control for health conditions behaviors like diet exercise other demographic information and the scientists were able to show the most optimistic women lived an average of fifteen percent longer than their pessimistic peers. all right sure looks like we have some sometime to live here okay good I don't know that he'll is with the men though. it's lazy yeah yeah lays elimination all the trump haters of they're gonna live fifteen you know percent less time than us to knock out a with a loft. let us hope the cares of a morning show I've been talking about doctor John Filippini the Danville this doctor he's doing something very special for.
"chris class" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Minutes. We hope you'll come back. I was asking you how your faculty in fact appears receive just. I'm guessing it's rough. It's not it's not very good. Just ignore me. Okay. But people that matter people can make policy in my life. It's pretty badly. Many years, I was the professor in international business. It was an associate professor beneath me, who has no prospect promotion at I was pulled over and over again because he wasn't publishing enough. So I out rank him and he was not a person of great growth potential. He was paid more than me. The fact the faculty terminate your racist. The lowest possible rating. What I do. Okay. And I got crummy raises my last apartments. Chairman tried to get sick. He was good to me. But my first department sermon right badly. Very badly indeed. I've had some problems with liberal groups attacking me on Twitter. And when. Particular one group of doctors college would not reveal who they were they were upset New Britain, and the very upset a liberal, a woman congressman on NS and women say several years ago when the house was gonna would start marking up the Republican replacement as well. We're going to have hearings on the Bill without the Bill. Reality was, it was coming can be that it was going to be available on Wednesday. Not Monday or whatever it was. And I said, I thought today we were going to get great Clinton nagging. Tweeted that and a group of women doctors Colby, sexist, racist and all this stuff in the university came down on me, but they. Individual mice OC, Peter, when you speak speak for the university of his remarkable, I guess you've been endorsing my conservative us all these years, but any case on that day on the day seriously, the room, decided it was no longer. Enough loom enough slots to have the mailbox emeritus professor. Can get their mail? I went back couple of months later it was being kept him in mellow vote, but only had two. Neil? I can't believe over two months, I think Chris class mail. So what's happening is you're writing a letter and says he doesn't get right? All right. The department has been instructed, not to tweet anything. I do not to promote any of my articles or anything like this out to you. I've been published every week for the last four or five years by the Washington Times here. Former relationship, I'm not Holland this there. But they welcome my submissions and they publish them. By the Baltimore Sun, which is a liberal outlet. This week, I'm published by hill, which is in the middle of the road. Also a paid Holum the Dow Jones marketwatch financial power. I mean, I'm I'm, I'm a paid contributor on the BBC. I'm not a question. But I've had other things happen too old on I against the clock. Thirty seconds. My office burger to disappear. Walk into my office. And my, my oldest is empty okay. I had my courses disappear from the calendar on the day, registration begins and it isn't my deem. That's turning the case. It's, it's what, what, what our friend calls, the deep state going into business for themselves. Oh, let's close. Let's close close at George Washington Bridge, because Peter MAURICE about to go across. Yeah. I, I just I'm just happy cyst on the campuses, and the alternative points of view are being pushed. And I'm not I'm not get my point of view, Maryland. Nominally there, you can't get it hit everything to help me do the encourage me to I hope don't. We'll talk back. Thank you, my friend, take care. Bye bye. KABC. Live and local, it's two thirty, I'm Liz Warner. Measles cases are on the rise across the United States. The CDC says sixty new cases were reported last week, bringing the number of cases this year to nine hundred forty the CDC says this outbreak is the worst since nineteen ninety four even after the disease was declared.
"chris class" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Morning. My name is Morgan. And for roughly the next hour and ten fifteen minutes, we're going to hit people talk about their family member or neighbor, or whomever. They knew who served, and those just something for them to be proud of the dad that the mom that they brother served in the military peeping, America safe. Linney. Hello there. Hi. Hi, coincidence, because I was just thinking about this thing that you do every year. I was just wondering just today. If you were going to be doing it, and I was determined to call in. I never usually do. But I decided that I would thank you for calling in. I wanted to mentioned my father and his two brothers all of whom served in different branches of the service. Tell me about your dad. I. My dad's name was miles. Miles marcus. And he served in the tail end of World War, Two, I think he joined up right out of high school. In what branch navy? Okay. He was in the Pacific. He was also in the. Korean war. Okay. I'm not too. Sure, kinda hazy all run together where, you know, when he was aware, but he was in the Pacific and was a radio man. Bombers. I think that took off from aircraft carriers. Okay. Do you agree with me? Nowadays, a lot of people don't have the same respect sense of pride about any relative who served on any level. I think. Go ahead. Sorry. I say kids as generic term, I think the kids today. Just don't have the same respect for uncle Joe, who was in Korea. They should. Indeed. But I think it's not real to them as it was to us. I was thinking about how we say the war. You know, like what did my dad do in the war, or, you know, such and such happened in the war? To my generation. I I'm going to be sixty eight that's you know, World War Two and it was, you know, I was born in fifty one. So obviously, it was over. But it was still a very real thing to, you know, my parents and my grandparents, and you know what they hit experience, whether they were serving or here at home, and I'm not sure that somebody who. Sixteen or seventeen. They don't have any real experience of it either. Whether living through it like my parents did or just. It being you know, a, a more recent thing, and Vietnam, Vietnam, ended April nineteen seventy five. That's true. But that wasn't a war that anybody was behind. Terrible the way those boys were treated when they came back it wasn't their fault. And I'm glad that they finally built the memorial, and they're getting a bit of respect that they do. But, you know a little too little too little too late. Yes. Been for most of them actually four people in my family have served from my father, his brother Ralph. Yes. In the army, I honestly have no idea what he did. He was the older brother, and then the younger brother, Jean. Served in the air force. Now this was in the fifties. So that was peacetime and then my nephew. Going the marines right after nine eleven. So you're fairly covered. The four major services army navy airforce marines. Absolutely. I was born a navy brat. Where I have never been. I was born there lived there for six months. But I you know, I can't really say that I remember California. Let me thank you for remembering that, I do this and thank you for being my first call. That's a first for me to every the first caller. And thank you for doing it. Are you enjoy the rest of your weekend? Thank you. You too good girls. Linney. And here is rose. Hello, rose. Rosa marshfield. I'm here. Can you hear me loud and clear now? Oh, good. Good good. Thank you for doing. This is so special as you heard from Lenny, I've been doing this off, and on for ten twelve years here in BC. It's great. We appreciate it. So much you appreciate it. And who would you like to talk about Bill? Woods. In the army, who symbol Massachusetts. He served three times in Korea. In twice in Vietnam. And now they to mention him. Andrea. And what did he gave? I see Chris class. Okay. And I thank you for doing this. Eleven problem. This is something as I say, I. I my father who's long since passed away. Was in the army and I know a lot of people 'specially out here. We are on the cusp of Memorial Day weekend. You miss that person with you knew them just heard of them from other relatives you miss that person and. Yeah. Chance to tell the world that you miss that person. Thank you for giving us this chance. Welcome rose you. You have a good night's sleep. Now. Warm Syros Mark in Ohio. Hello there. Yes. Are you listening to the radio? No. I'm just talking to my, my cellphone. Oh, okay. Go ahead. Yep. So anyway, just calling from Columbus, Ohio, first time caller just really love listening to though. And this is such such a gift to give us more than this opportunity to give it to the hat to a family member, for me, it's was my dear dad, who was a combat were in World War. Two army signal corps into per and was out of his name. James P Sullivan was from St. over in Worcester. And he was chasing Rommel's temper gays for almost and North Africa. During the that I think this was around forty two or so he just come out of high school and on tier signed up as most of the guys did. As you intimated. Right. And, and he got his. One lung blown out when one of almost done little too close to them was shipped back to Utica general and the rule at the time for as might get explained it to me was that if you were sent stateside during as a combat soldier, usually more seriously injured in you're out for the rest of the time. Yeah, but it was this was now, I, I guess. He's so he was healing in. Utica general Utica. New York win. Hugh will hito was on the asset, and who was on the decent, and they changed so they changed the rules because they were really grateful, but, but he'll, he'll take over the world. And, and so, so they said that you in fact, even though your sense, stateside, you're still very eligible to rejoin an active military combat post. And what was really amazing was. That next door to the hospital was a high school gym, when they would do the physical to determine whether or not you were combat ready this, and my dad said on his day when he was down there comb through it. They lined up all the guys in, in this basketball court, and they got a bridge table, half court with a dark Dunkin a nurse. And they said, if you can get to the half court on your power or someone else's, but you just crossed the line. And you've you, you under back. Yeah. And these guys, as you know, as broke out, so the greatest generation, these guys were carrying each other. Some of them could not. We're not vertical and could not make it on their own power. But they were so determined to, to support our country and democracy for the rest of the world. That they were determined to, to help each other get across that line. Right. So, so I mean it was just so moving to hear him talk about that. And then he was shipped over to Tokyo Bay. And he was on the on Vance team with a number of PT boats. They're calling in to, to set up a communications before the huge invasion that was supposed to happen. There were, you know, many troop carriers ships Trump's the forces our about fifty miles outside Tokyo Bay and it was rumored that about ninety percent of. There'd be nine percent casualties that every Japanese man woman child would fight to their death, right on the of the emperor, and, and we would take it on the chin as bad like and so. Yeah. You here. Hold. Or do you want, you want to hold it all in need to hear you, and now on hold, and now the rest of us will sit in listen to CBS news? CBS news update tragedy tonight.
"chris class" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"So you know, we take a few shows on, it's not a lot and every now and then there's traveling component. But when we're on the jet, like we didn't really hang. I just sat in the back. We didn't really talk to anyone. Okay. I'm not about the private jet life either. You if it's up to me, I fly coach, I played coach's son. That's what I I like being with the people. If it's up to me on spirit. I'm on south west. Seattle, call at the gate. I'm not a first class guy. Now granted I think we're flying first class today. They twist my arm, and maybe Chris class g k but under normal circumstances. I'd rather be in the back of the plane with the people hopefully next latrine really smell. The folks good loose. Good. Latrine. What about middle seat? What, what did you know? I'm not a middle seat guy. No, not a middle guy because you start doing the elbow, jock all my gosh. We're fighting for the armrest when I like to get the window seat. Let me ask you this question. Are you which one are you guys are one of the other? You are you a first on the plane person or you can just chill out to the last. Listen. I, we've talked about the plane, the air airline traveled to pair them when it comes to getting on a plane. It is like every man for themselves just jam yourself up in the front. No lines. None of that stuff. Yeah. That's how it should be you out in front. Yeah. Yeah. You do just like looking around and just like you're staring at the board to see what to flight number, and everything and j- that way you just. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Hover right around. He's like a mosh of a muddle hobby. Yeah. The minute they started making you pay to put your bag up top it changed the game. You have to get on the plane like early you have to. I like to get there. I like to get on the plane a little bit early. Yeah. And that way, I kind of established dominance when other people get on the plane, you see anyone. That's having a little bit of trouble. Putting their bag overhead you stand up and you say, hey, let me help you that shooting. Everybody around. You sees you in the back guys, the Al phone. He's the guy to Highland has an incident. I don't think he knows how to fly right? I believe that he could convince himself to fly. Yes. Interesting. Yeah. Yeah. I don't have those thoughts on a plane. Richard just tweet at the airline. Yeah. Well, get mad. Well, you know, every time I do that. I I'm tagging you now. Seriously big cat. You know that. I appreciate that help to people with their bags. You'll feel like a king. Yeah. Just just to pay it forward. Like exactly how he's always selfish. It's just that I feel good about myself. Can we go free range here? I got a lot a lot. I want to talk. Okay. So let's take a break. Okay. You know, I've got I've got commercials, then I gotta do. Now. I know hey look, these solo shows don't pay for themselves. You know what I'm saying? PF commenter in barstool. Big cat finishing up their grit week right here on the rich Eisen show. Don't go anywhere. Back with more in a moment. The summer is heating up, which means that football season is just around the corner. I think that that's ridiculous..
"chris class" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"chris class" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is in the right car seat at the right age and size. Visit safercar dot gov slash the right seat to make sure your child is protected. Brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council. The young girl being discovered by industry inside while singing tour pumping. One and three hundred million the daughter of a clergyman from seven Maryland spending seven weeks at number one singles charts. Nineteen million. Going on to win seven Grammy awards one point four million. The odds of selling forty million records. One eight hundred thousand. The us of this musician performer having a child diagnosed with autism. And sixteen. I'm Toni Braxton. To learn more at autismspeaks dot org slash science. Early diagnosis can make a lifetime of difference. Autismspeaks. It's time to listen to you to speaks and the Ad Council. School. I wish I was at school. I wasn't school summer isn't fun when you're hungry. Chris class clean. Chuck lord. I wish in school. School child relies on free school lunches, we can help provide them with free meals. Visit Feeding America dot org slash summer meals to find your local food Bank for help together. We're Feeding America. Feeding America and the council. Unready to make credits Kim, I'm ready to classes from university. That will help me build a Mike spirit to prepare for the future. That would make me feel supported encouraged an connected quickly said to online today. No from bundle home and auto with progressive and save on your car insurance. Excuse me. Maybe we should add in the word money..
"chris class" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"What do you? What do a misogynist Chiel? We from Florida. We supposed to shine wanna give shy DJ Robin land. Thank you for keeping the vibes live. Let's go. Doc stars records. I'm not able to pick up the fall right now, we probably in the studio we party working hard or we're probably not in the office right now. Please leave your name your message and your phone number. We're back to you as soon as possible. Thank you. Hey, g with going on this is Vic Michelson from thousand island entertainment just kind of wanted to call and find out what's going on with the new album. I I hear you have some good ideas and pretty enthusiastic about you know, what you're gonna come out with. So just give us a call Fiqh Michelson thousand of island entertaining. Fought. So. Left. You. Guys, come on the one. Was about to. Fucking. She member put that. Running said Dona I Allen that switch. In. Impractical duck out. Hanging on. Quick big people seem sigma sit with. Stake? Clad it's getting outside is. Oh. He'll commit. Like this won't be right back. Trying thing. Pete. I open up. When. Male. About the my. Mega sour. No hope. Spouse. Baby food of negative. Day. Strappy I should have before. Okay. City alive. This one. Warm stove Saudi Sam. Right. Instead of fun. Staying. Nigga? We got a name. With set up in this stage got some. That we me. Not. On the product put it a never been in this fall. I should. The the. Has. Feel. Doc was way. Just decided. So. We need to say. Stop the plasma. CV fair. City. Sits far. Picture like slow. Make the peace. One. Maine. Dream, drew. Turban? Good to meet this goal papers. Chris class. Tell me this is golden papers. Quacks been pushed class. Tell. Wake up. Sid. Saint like to hit the three summits from the man, Mr President. Allow sticks. No. No, you can't get pissed credit cash street. That that grandad him cook. Field impact up. So even scale. On the. This is the papers. Wax pins class? Put it up. To meet this is golden papers. No matter the meat. The ball metropoles wax pin push class Pierre web. Could tell. Real easy to let you. Just just. Solely. Pleaded comfort and..
"chris class" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"One eight hundred thousand. The us of this musician and performer having a child diagnosed with autism. And sixty. I'm Toni Braxton. Urge you to learn more at autismspeaks dot org slash signs. Early diagnosis can make a lifetime of difference. Autismspeaks. It's time to listen to you some speaks and the Ad Council. Giving back to the community makes you feel good really good at insight we use advertising for good insight, improves communities doing things like educating people how to live greener, cleaner and happier lives. Join us IMC impact dot com. In school. I wish I was in school. I was in school summer isn't fun when you're hungry mass. Chris class a clean, the Trump Lord. I wish I was in school. If your child relies on free school lunches, we can help provide them with free meals. Visit Feeding America dot org slash summer meals to find your local food Bank for help together. We're Feeding America. A message from Feeding America and the council. My name is Jerry Reynolds. But you can just call me the car pro. Now, there's another way to reach Jerry Reynolds, the car pro besides calling eight hundred car seventy seven seventy seven or emailing at car pro USA dot com. You can ask him anything. You want to know about buying leasing your next vehicle on Facebook. Straighttalk no hot. That's what you get from the car pro since Jerry's your friend in the car industry friend. Car pro USA dot com. Nine nine nine nine thousand this hour. Ninety-three WIBC is powered by BMW, plumbing, heating, cooling and drains, your American standard air dealer.
"chris class" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"But my mission is like some day when Ellen retires. And then they give me, but that flaw on TV that Assan will be my teams. With that end of the universe. He man. Thank you so much for your time. Thank you. This is such a fun interview. Because it was like we went all over the place all over the place. But I feel like they got to meet you. I hope that they got to meet you in your heart. And this is this is nothing if you can get into one of Chris Chandler, if you can get into one Chris's class here in Austin, you will bless your life. Like, you don't even know, please introduce yourself to me if you all. Oh my gosh. And he's he's so nice. He will he will give you a hug, and he will. Yeah. He'll kick. Where can they follow you on Instagram is Christopher Jacob Chandler, Christopher Jakup Chandler? There's too many Chris Chandler's ago, and then website will be live in January dot com. Well, yeah, I'm thinking so much for your time. Hang out on more than just this podcast, which means that the next time, you're on Instagram or Facebook, or you to be sure and type Rachel Hollis into the search bar and checkout, all the fun things. We have going on on your favor platform. The rise conference is back on. Well. I mean, I guess it was always on. But we put tickets on sale a couple of months ago. And I know if you heard but are women's conference sold out in twenty seven minutes almost four thousand people twenty seven minutes. It's bananas we were super happy lot of people online super Bumba because so many of you have looked forward to going so many of you have been saving up money. So many of you wanted to experience rise weekend for yourself. Well sister, we got you. We are coming in hot to garland, Texas, come on. You had to do the great state of Texas. Right. It's about twenty minutes outside of Dallas.
"chris class" Discussed on RISE Podcast
"And so like, I don't know. I can't did you say this connection is the currency that will never go bankrupt. I wish I did. I don't know if that was me or I got probably read it somewhere, whoever you're. You're not from you. But I'm putting it out there. And that's what I believe is the basis for my soul cycle class in for how I want to be a human being and the world is to be one. That's open to connection in. What's around me in whatever capacity is possible. And that's really worthwhile. I think for people who are listening who are building careers or teams or products in. I mean, really any industry, but in the fitness industry for shore. Oh, yeah. Is that you truly have built a reputation and just to give you a an idea. You can't get into Chris's class and often you can't he's my friend. And I can't get every like Friday. I'm like, oh, maybe I'll take Chris. Nope. Already sold out better open. But. No, I'm teasing you. But just to give people an idea of how popular your classes are in. How loyal your audiences that you have built this following in this reputation through word of mouth, which nobody does in twenty eighteen twenty nineteen and beyond like, nobody's doing that. And it's really I think one person at a time like you've I don't know that that you weren't even I just know you. So I know that you weren't like, oh, how do I get more people in my class? You were just like let me take care of this person in front of me. And then the side effect was that person loved the experience so much that then they told someone else. So someone's listening in their building a similar business or career. What what are the things you've learned the last couple of years that you could share with them. So. I've been teaching soul cycle four. Almost four years now, and like there's definitely been trial. Periods of like what works, and what doesn't but the common denominator. Like, I said before is like are you connecting with the person in front of you? And yes, like music matters. And like as your class challenging enough is it, blah, blah, do create a space where people feel welcome. But the connection is what matters and people wanna see they wanna see something to look up to. But at the same time, they wanna see humanity. So in terms of like people that have their own business. I think of this is like the difference between online and retail. The reason why I would go to a retail store is because I would want that human interaction experience where someone's there to help me right then and there, and if they are not connected or in tune with the mission or goal of the business. I will leave store because unlike I go online and return it and do that..
"chris class" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Child is in the right car seat at the right age and size. Visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected. Brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Ad Council. My name is Jerry Reynolds. But you can just call me the car pro. Now, there's another way to reach Jerry Reynolds, the car pro besides calling him at one eight hundred seventy seven seventy seven or emailing car pro USA dot com. You can ask him anything. You want to know about buying and leasing your next vehicle on Facebook. Straight talk. No, that's what you get from the car pro since Jerry's your friend in the car industry. Just. Car pro USA dot com. In school. I wish I was at school. I was in school summer isn't fun when you're hungry. Chris class. According to Chuck, I wish I was in school. Fewer child relies on free school lunches. We can help provide them with free meals the sun. Visit Feeding America dot org slash summer meals to find your local food Bank for help together. We're Feeding America. Feeding America and the Ad Council today. My new dad threw a barbecue today. My new son, and I threw a barbecue. There were burgers and chicken. I burned everything the burgers. Chicken. The salad. They were delicious. They were awful. And then and then we had watermelon. I'm allergic to watermelon. And then we played catch. I broke Mr. Lewis' window. This is way comes window. Mrs Wacom's windshield. Somehow my hand. And then my dad, even drives car. It was a rough day..