18 Burst results for "Chris Crazy"

"chris crazy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:42 min | 4 months ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"You for telling me, specifically about maxi, had no idea that he even played basketball for the 6 years. In a second year. I have said, I agree, Chris. Okay. You need embiid obviously, right? That's what I mean. You need that third guy. But we need that third guy. It's got to be either him or Harris. And it's maxi brother. Maxi looks good. Oh, yeah. I'm a big fan. Okay. Here you go. Good one. Basketball guy. He's now just trying to bait me here. Richard, you're actually wearing a suit out of the Dennis Scott collection. What sport did Scott play Chris? Crazy Dennis Scott suit last night? Oh no, I didn't. Oh my gosh. Well, this is an Easter fat. He was Easter themed as well. It was similar colors. It was three piece. It was nice. You know. Because I don't know, I was going to wear a Passover outfit. Are there Passover? They're not. I don't think so. Sure. Although you never know. I saw the governors of Georgia and Iowa tweeted out happy Passover memes, both of them included bread. What are we doing? One of them had one of them had, I think the governor of Iowa had a menorah for like, okay. Just come on, every now and then governors just Google the word Jews. Just do it. See what pops up. Did you see that they put bread bread? It's just like the whole thing is we needed to get out fast as a people. Because, you know, our lives are being threatened. We didn't have time to make the bread. That's the whole that's the point. Concept of the holiday. Thus, there's no outfits to be worn. Thus, me deciding, you know what? I'll go with sort of an Easter tuck. Take a look. It looks great. What do you think? We're working. I found a Dennis Scott did like a mob situation. And then there's moss? It was outrageous. It was outrageous. Very similar. I appreciate you telling me that you like my look today. I do. Thank you. I do. I'll take a break. Even though the show is hosted by an Emmy nominated basketball now guy. Basketball. We're going to talk football. Multiple lanes I traffic in multiple. Trey wingo will pull into my lane, Arlene. When we come back, and now a message from discover about rewards. If you're a loyal credit.

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"chris crazy" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | 6 months ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on WTOP

"Visit greenbrook TMS dot com that's greenbrook TMS dot com We're here to help H 7 18 Traffic and weather every ten minutes on the 8s married a papa is in the WTO traffic center All right thanks Chris crazy morning most things are happening toward the district and we'll start there We know that the first Sterling is closed right now between her excuse me This suitland Parkway is closed between first Sterling and south capitol street both directions that's part of the two 95 corridor work so they have detours posted If running south and is kind of a hefty deets we're turning around on south capitol should be prepared all other anacostia crossings are available and there's nothing on two 95 What else to watch for Well in southeast Minnesota avenue was closed between B street and east capital in both directions and overturned vehicle happened northbound so they shut the roadway down at that point following direction around It's kind of a triangle An easy workaround per se on an early Saturday morning We have another closure on capitol heights along southern avenue due to a crash in both directions just to the east of bending road between heath street and 8th street southeast They close southern avenue So here to follow police direction Early morning crash in northeast on New York avenue bloomsburg road took out a power pole so we still have dark signals with no help at that intersection be sure to stop to yield the right of way We'll expand our horizons checking out the capitol beltway moving well both in Virginia and in Maryland on the Maryland side I've got nothing on two 70.

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"chris crazy" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

Healthcare Business Secrets

04:32 min | 10 months ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on Healthcare Business Secrets

"Welcome to the show terry. Thank you so much coming on. I really appreciate you. Can you give audience a little bit of insight as to who you are and what you what. You're all about sure james and thanks for having me. I am a licensed psychotherapist. Mma relationship expert and also the author of a pretty new book called boundary boss the essential guide to talk to be seen and finally live free. And i have a lot of online courses. And i've got a big youtube channel where i'm really interested in helping people up level the joy in their life and less than the suffering in any area and i think that boundaries and healthy love have a tendency to do that. Yeah i love that. I would love to now. What got you to this point of doing doing what you're doing but also in this way because there's a big difference between being an expert at something and like i'm a house official soap doing the clinical thing and then becoming an authority where you're recognized for doing and it's and it's at a lagest scale so don't go to this point and then also allowed you to transition into the social media will the courses world that kind of thing part of it was just my ambition and my dharma right. My purpose was to reach as many people as i could with. What i knew was transformative stuff that if someone just had a good coach just just had a good guy to set someone who could be like. Hey maybe this would be a great place to start that thing that you want to change and so i knew that i couldn't just stay in a one on one practice because even though i did it for a long time i've been in the trenches for two and a half decades but then one of my friends who was She she actually became public because she wrote a book. Ernest chris kharitonov chris crazy. Sexy cancer was the book that she wrote many years ago but we were friends and part of she was going to be on oprah so this was she was like you have to be crazy. Sexy life coach on my site of Okay so that was. I didn't even have a website at that point. That was two thousand eight. I believe she's like but you have to have a website before the oprah thing goes live in that in two weeks. I was like well my dad so i had my first most awful website in two thousand eight..

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"chris crazy" Discussed on Mind Pump

Mind Pump

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on Mind Pump

"You don't wanna be when anyone and couldn't help. It was just somebody that i wanted to be with. But i do. I do agree with you. Think there's some value in that in that pursuit. Here's the other part of it too. We're constantly being told especially young. Men are constantly being told. That being married sucks it's boring. Oh you got kids. life is over. We're sold that message on top of it then on the other end of it. Is this plethora of availability through all these apps and stuff and you can go on apps and see people who just want to have sex. And so i. I think all of these factors playing the to saying what what are the statistics on People staying together find each other through these dating apps. It isn't it isn't getting better. Isn't that part of why it's had so much. Success is the people that actually use these apps. And that's a good question. I believe i mean. I think you're right because you've got to think there's there's some argue i think either case. That would actually be good right less people. Maybe less people are getting married but the ones that do more of them. That's what i would think. Is it you you get to filter out so much more man. I mean there's probably a lot of relationships looking back now. That if i had to have had met him through a dating app and actually had their profiles. Like oh look. She was bipolar. And they're not going to put their their profile you. If i could have out a lot earlier you know what i'm saying. I mean wasted six months to figure it out. You're and you're right actually more likely to stay together see. Yeah that's that's a great observation. I would agree with that. That's interesting very interesting. Yeah but they're not going. Put that their bipolar on. Unless it's bipolar people trying to find other dating apps you cheat a carbon floor. Check your chris crazy. Love dot com. Have you guys. did you guys know that. There's dating apps for people with std's so they meet they meet up for people with the same std. Yeah i it's it's smart. That sorta helps right out the okay. Yeah i don't know. I just feel like we're getting so good now mind you. I'm i've never used one of these apps in my life before. So i don't i don't know what it's like to be someone going through that but i would imagine that it's making the process easier to get to figure to figuring out what it is that you really want and you can filter that at a much higher rate though where we have to take that more of at chance back when we were dating. You meet somebody. And let's hope. I guessed right on this rise. Yeah you know so. I don't know i. I think that i rejection stings more when it's Like online it's like. Oh you know i just slight left or whatever it is now i mean the truth is i. I don't think that i would ever let's say things didn't work out with katrina and i or whatever like that and i was all on the market at forty something years old right. I still don't think that i would use a dating app. I still. I think it would just prefer to do with the old school way. So even though. I'd like the old school way like order bride. Speaking of surprise i watched a movie yesterday. That was surprisingly amazing. So remember the original suicide squad when that came out The it wasn't that good right. Did you guys like the originals. It wasn't that good. The new the new suicide squad. H- laris really dwell may different castes. Saint people different cast. It's a different spin and you can john. Cnn not one. yes and the way the. It's the way that they did it. They did it such a good job..

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"chris crazy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Should it be frustrated that man. I'm two goals away from basically winning a stanley cup for the first time since one thousand nine hundred am i. I don't know if that's good or would i rather just have gotten just dominated or i don't know how i'm supposed to feel because it feels like i'm closer than i thought. I was getting that close again. This is the nickname with the hawks. Is supposed to be rooting for the hawks. So i could feel better about. Hey no one saw this. And the hawks ran through everybody. But the hawks losing now like am i supposed to like that or feel right night so i need some help. Please help me all right so a similar situation. What is the Chris crazy shot villanova national championship. Game christian can do whatever that was right right so that year at the national championship. I i'm pretty sure. Georgetown villanova i want to say twice in the regular season. Georgetown my alma mater really quick to schedule and our amount of notice. The third most popular basketball player in the history of georgetown basketball for know it starts patrick ewing. Then there's alan iverson. Monica mcnaughton. And then i think it's too can be or alonzo. They might be tied for market down six forty five han embarrasses me. But it's all good all right so that year at national champion. And i remember thinking i'm gonna root for the biggies right. And then of course they go on to win next airport literally sick to my stomach at like villanova won a national championship. And i'm going to go right. But i will say what you. I think saying. I need help with that. Saying explain it. I got it saying that. I feel good because the team. We lost two one at all or went. Further than projected is better than the math of we. Were this close so by default. We're better than the you know what i mean like that whole whereas good as almost there. That only makes them more frustrating. Because you were that close. And then you've watched him eight the next team. And you're going oh there a walkover like i would think we could have won. We could have done the same thing to lousy goals and we could have done that. You're dealing with a blood rival. Yeah i think that the team that beats you doing well helps you because then it's like all right. Well i mean they'd be to. They ended their business. They ended up being the champ. Yeah eight say. Espn eight seven to nine. three seven. Seven six. How am i supposed to feel about that. And then how. Am i supposed to feel about the hawks as well. It's sort of similar to if you're the packers and we're going to get to the passes and if you're green bay if you're pakistan's you feel good that the bucks ended up winning right. The buccaneers go on to win the super bowl. Well that one's an order. You go wait a minute. The chiefs had no offensive line. We kind of we could have won. Their only. aaron rodgers was allowed to play down only on. Rogers ran that one in if only we could have won a super bowl. You think that was just super bowl. That was the super bowl the nfc championship not the actual boat. Because the chiefs were were so compromised. The offensive line that it was noticeable. That one is tough though because it. Yeah literally is like to place see. It's not easy being a fan. It's not easy being a fan. You have no control. You have to figure out how you supposed to feel. And i do think in are very smart producer. Pat made this point earlier. I do think it has to do a little bit with your teams outlook like. Are you going to be back in the year if the window was closing and your packers fan. You're like oh my god. We don't know what this is going to look like in the fall so you might your window. Nobody knows what that's going to look and that we'll get to like i said in a little. While because i got something to say about the keystone jay zubin allan hahn monica mcnutt in for the guys presented by progressive insurance cars homes boats motorcycles. Rv's and more progressive dot com. So how about this. The countdown sixteen days till we get to. Nfl training camps opening that is dallas and pittsburgh because they'll play in the in the hall of fame game nineteen days in tampa because they start on thursday and they'll pay the cowboys who already have their camp beginning and then everybody else twenty two days. That's how close we are to start of training camps with that in mind do little road to camp and pats gonna jump in to help us out here with better worse or same as last season morning pat morning. Appreciate you monica. Calling me very smart by the way our producer producers work hard. And this isn't necessarily. That's for sure this isn't just the record wisey. This is just in general better worse or same as last season. so let's start with the cleveland. Browns cleveland browns. I think we'll be same. Yeah i met same sue but we're not going with record. We're just going with what they look like the way they ended the season. I think that's they are. Remember the thing with cleveland to me is like everybody's forgetting i was like. Oh too much pressure on on beker baker and trying to get the ball. Ldl enforcing it and he improved. When adele went out and the whole thing. I think they're at four as talented as they are on both sides of the ball. They're going to have to work through some things against i'm with you. Same is not bad again. It's how they finished right. That's why seem don't go by record. Don't go by what they look like early in the season baker started figuring it out later on how to manage without looking like a game manager. He's a leader on that team. They love him. Their running game obviously is where they're gonna make their money. Their defense has gotten better I just think they're going to be good. They're just not.

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"chris crazy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Nobody brings that up. So why is it Why is there an actress now? When there wasn't then when the greatest player on the planet who had just won three in a row? Who might have think about this might have won eight straight. This is Bill Russell territory might have But he wasn't in the game. But there was no actress because he was quietly doing his thing elsewhere. The greatest player the game. Whatever else was proceeding this year, we've had the most front facing voice of it all, suggest That he the Ron didn't say Astra's but by deductive reasoning he's given birth to this injury conversation which has allowed us to espouse on the LeBron. I brought that up if they were in the final Hello, talk to me. Y'all better go ahead with disastrous conversation. But I level I love LeBron because of obviously how important he is to the game, 100%, But we also like I know how I'd be. If I was him. I'd be just as petty Listen, I'd be just as petty like, Well, we don't lose a D. So let's put an asterisk on this. All things considered. I am not naive to act. As if this was an uncharted territory for all of us, whether you were playing in the NBA or just living your life. We're doing this on the heels of a pandemic. There's gonna be certain things that make us all uncomfortable. And to be quite honest. We got another year of a tight turn around. So just get ready for more astronauts, which is nonsense, Stupid. Can I ask you this, though, speaking of actresses and like how fans should feel about certain things Feel a certain way. So tonight the Stanley Cup finals Game four. Okay, and the Tampa Bay Lightning could win in a sweep over the Montreal Canadians to win their second straight Stanley Cup, right? That could happen tonight. And the Islanders, my favorite team, my favorite hockey team. Lost in seven games to the Lightning lost one. Nothing in the in Game seven. Painful. I think about that. Oh, Am I supposed to feel good, and it's the same thing Like the Knicks lose. The Knicks lost to the Hawks the Hawks got at the conference final. That's another one of my teams. So with that in mind Do I feel good that You know what The owners lost, too. Dominant champion that just won their second title. And you really pushed them as far as you could push them to the edge. And they you know, it took everything to overcome you. So I feel good about that. Should it be frustrated that man there? I'm two goals away from basically winning a Stanley Cup for the first time since 1983 and I don't know if she's good, or would I rather just have gotten just dominated or I don't know how I'm supposed to feel because that feels like I'm closer than I thought I was this hour of them were getting that close again. This is And then the next thing with the Hawks is like Was I supposed to be rooting for the Hawks? So I could feel better about Hey, no one saw this, and the Hawks just ran through everybody. But the Hawks losing now I'm like, am I supposed to like that, or I don't feel right now. So I need some help. Please help me. All right, so a similar situation. What is the Mm. Chris Crazy Shot Villanova National Championship game. Chris Jenkins, whatever That was, right, right, So that year I was at the national championship, I think I'm pretty sure Georgetown of beating Villanova. I want to say twice in the regular season anyway, Georgetown's my alma mater really quick. Just get folks up. And I remember that is the third most popular basketball player in the history of Georgetown. Basketball. Everybody know It starts with Patrick Ewing. Then there's Allen Iverson, Monica McNutt, and I think it can be or Alonso. They might be tied for market down 6 45 Han embarrasses me, but it's all good. All right, so that year about the national championship and I remember thinking I want to root for the Big East, right? Um And then, of course, they go on to win next in the airport..

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"chris crazy" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

"Another thing. That worries me about antidepressants. Bipolar is this idea that they're harmful on their own but safe when used with the mood stabilizer. That's kind of like saying that head. Injuries are safe as long as you have a helmet on for my money. I'd rather just not have anything. Hit my head at all helmet or not. My general approach. When i think that a medication is harmful is to avoid it completely. Not just lower the dose or use it with the protective mood stabiliser. The other reason that i think that experts differ so much and this is a big one is that they seem to differ in how dangerous they view hypo mania remember. Hypo mania is the only disorder in dsm that bhai. Its definition does not cause significant impairment but significant impairment in this context means stuff that would make you lose your job lose your relationships suffer legal consequences or get hospitalized. That's what mania does but most patients. I see with hypo mania. Say that it does cause it may not attract the attention of the police but it eats away at their relationships. Here's how one patient described it in a youtube video. One of the other things. I do when i'm newly if it's the kind of high hyper mania. Euphoric mania is not only. Do i enjoy socializing and talking to people. But i will want to talk constantly so i will interrupt. I will junk from topic to topic conversation without realizing. I'm doing it without realizing that. That's probably quite rude so it drives my mom crazy. It drives chris crazy. Probably poetries of what's because it looks like gloria what they're saying but in my head. I finished not conversation. I wanna go onto the next thing. So i'm keep keep up with me keep. May we have stuff to talk about going onto the next topic so my speech gets quicker. My thoughts flying faster. She's talking there about the positive euphoric hype ameinias but even there. She's impatient and irradiating to others. That she cares about that then when ran a gas last year for a more horrible and uncomfortable old if that stops. I don't want to talk to anyone. I don't want to have compensations. I don't wanna see anyone. Because i just feel this fiery energy that i cannot release and i don't want to target at anyone i don't want to be snappy person that i become. I recognized behaviors. not nice i recognized. It can be mean. And then i just feel guilty if i snap chris. I snap my momma. Whoever one of the experts datta ale schaffer from toronto. Put it this way. There is some time misconception. That hypo mania is a benign experience without significant distress or consequences. I do not find this to be the case hypo mania while not as severe as mania in destabilize the onus destabilize lives and leave the patient with an unsettling sense that their illnesses not under full control. These patients can no longer control their own thoughts which race with doom and gloom. They long to shut their mind off. Which when you think about it is a devastating wish that could result in intoxication overdose or even suicide. The some patients actually like their hype. Ameinias though confident energized. They get a lot of work. Done not to mention euphoric. What's wrong with that. The harm comes down the road as hypo mania can worse. In the course of the illness the thing is the higher you climb higher the full. So i always know that women grind through manic episode at the back of my older at the time. I might convince myself this gonna forever. It won't and the fool is always horrible Smack bang into a depression. And it's just so heartbreaking when you've had a period of time even if it's been quite brief like a week also feeling on top of the world like as if it to bath every day as if it's christmas everyday and how do you get them to accept treatment. I mean if they don't think anything's wrong. I'll start by validating their experience. I'll say you're in a really good place right now so you probably don't need much help from me. In fact the only thing. I can probably offer here is to help you stay in that good place so you don't crash into depression and usually at that point they were member that what comes up does come down and will work out. Some sort of preventative plan which may involve a mood. Stabiliser lowering antidepressant or adding in a behavioral intervention. Like dark therapy. Do you ever use despondent six despond. Ix yeah it was. Fda approved in two thousand and nine. But i've never seen anyone prescribe it. I've read about it in an american newspaper called the onion. I ever prescription depressant hit. The shelves today approved by the fda last month despond x is intended as a treatment for the approximately twenty million americans who are insufferably. Cheery tests proved the drug is effective at reducing a range of symptoms from squealing loudly when a friend calls to use the phrase cool beans and excessive hugging. Dr elway calls the drug a huge. Step forward in the battle against exuberance. If you're in a good mood every so often that's fine. That's normal this for those that have a persistent positive outlook on life. Henry of new haven connecticut began participating in a clinical trial of despondent. Six weeks ago. I was always telling people how cute their outfits were and bringing them little gifts. I beam at anyone who made eye contact with me. I didn't realize left and have to be like that. Not everyone is convinced. That despond says the cure all for perkiness. However in this week's time magazine michael pelosi of ucla argues that many patients get similar results from natural remedies. Something as simple as a diet of corn syrup and white bread and a total lack of exercise and now for the word of the day sleep onset latency. Have you ever heard a patient complained that they can't fall asleep. What they talking about asleep onset. Lighten see the time it takes to fall. Asleep is how it's measured objectively in asleep lab. The clock starts when the lights are turned off. Well sometimes when the patient gets into bed and it stops when the patient actually falls asleep they look the eeg changes act griffey or other behavioral parameters to figure out if the patient is actually asleep. Also subjective sleep onset latency which is usually measured by a straightforward question on the pittsburgh sleep quality index during the past month. How long in.

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"chris crazy" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on KGO 810

"I mean the data show that it I mean, all of the cases were that that they could contact trace were transmitted inside. And so this is the data looked incredibly strong. You know that In the real world, it's just transmitted much more often invite unless people are very close or talking loudly to each other, and that you might even if you have a lot of people in an enclosed space. The 6. FT may not be quite enough because the virus can build up or, you know, move in different ways. So it's really world data is starting to show that that's the case. And I think that this is the end that speaks to our question about contact racing with the more contact tracing studies get done, The more people participate, the more we learn. You wrote something last week that I was thinking of you when I saw this thing from the Imperial College in London on if you saw it yesterday or the day before they did this study on like 365,000 people. I'm doing this from memory, but They found that the antibodies were diminishing quicker than they expected. And if the idea of a non vaccine herd immunity Ah, the point it pushed it back. On Dad, Of course. You know, we're worried about that. Although some of the modern and AstraZeneca studies say the people are really responding to the vaccine that people they've studied, and they're anybody's or 45 times a level than they are naturally. But I wonder why that isthe if this study hasn't been peered reviewed yet, But it is a big number. And, you know, I interviewed somebody today on the N immunologist who does similar work on and and he said he thought that that study was misinterpreted by the press. Can. That wouldn't be the first time I misinterpreted something. What part that was misinterpreted that the it looks like the type of what you really want with immunity is just the ability to fight the virus, and that isn't necessarily Measured by the antibody taters. There are things be cells and T cells and he went through the whole mechanism and from what he could see from that data and from other studies. People retain enough immunity to fight off the virus for a fairly long period of time for a period of months. But it's one of those things that people are variable, and so they're always going to be a few. Exceptions, people that just don't mount a good immune response. So we also have these really sort of shocking cases that that get talked about a lot of guy out in Nevada and someone else in Hong Kong who were seemed to be infected twice with two, you know, could two completely separate infections. Why women less than men, So why men more than women? I should say, Do we have any idea? Have you heard anything about that? Yeah, they're starting. There was a paper on that and I can't remember what they included. There was. It was definitely a biological difference, though that had to do with it wasn't a behavioral different. It wasn't that men take more risks. It was that the AM men and women seem to get the virus Justus easily or justice often, but men are more likely to get severely ill with it. So it's It did appear to be. Ah, something related to biology. That's always one of those things. You wonder in the back your mind. Is that like something that's been there for 10,000 years to protect the people that propagate the species, you know, I mean, I don't know. Exactly. Yeah, well, there are different because the female immune system has to be ableto. Tio have a you know a foreign another another person in there and and and not react to it as a foreign body. So there are differences in the male and female immune systems and other consistency, a logical differences that might account for that. I mean, if you guys could figure it out without us, you probably would get together and do that. I'm pretty sure that's that's the word I think we've missed. You take get together like we do now, with zoom and say, Look, thank you really Don't miss him that much So the but let's talk about contact tracing because I don't think people really understand what that is. And it's impossible without testing. It's all just you know, it's just table coffee. Talk it Sze. Nothing without good testing. How close are we to getting the instant test but is fuel pause false positives as possible? Around number one and number two. Can we do good contact? Tracing technologically? Are we anywhere near that and getting people? I mean, you know What every 30 40% of people still won't get the vaccine. So how we're going to get him to let us look at their iPhone. So we know if they're close to somebody it's been infected. I think that the automated contact tracing may not work as well as the humankind where people actually do the footwork of and call people. I think that you know one of the big problems start technological. It's the people. When they get a call from a contact tracer, or they are asked to give up their context won't do it because they're paranoid or they feel like they're ratting out their friends. But I don't think people realize how much is that going to help everybody that if you participate, you're you're stopping clusters of disease that could propagate outward and affect a lot of other people. And so You know, it's one of those things. I think that people like me have to keep discussing it so that people recognize this is not, you know, It's not somebody you know some authoritarians person going after you that scientists need to stated understand how the disease spreads and that the contact tracing can it can it stop the clusters of disease from spreading outward? You know, I was thinking about mentioned holidays earlier. I was thinking, actually, you know, we should vote on Halloween. That would be perfect. Right where everybody is dressed up, Chris. Crazy people and on and they go to and the right. Of course, everybody has voted. 80,000,081 Million people have voted. By mail, early voting, and that just goes to show you that there are people taking this thing seriously. I mean, one third of American mean one third of American arms. I want Fourth of America about Has said. You know what? I'm really worried about this, You know the level of of of distance, though, between some of Trump's followers who have been told time and time again. That they don't need masks. The president has said this way haven't on tape saying it. His mocks people who wear masks on then you know these rallies. Nobody's distancing and we're hearing after every rally. A couple days later, people getting sick and I just wonder how you know the prediction from the University of Washington. I think it was about half a million people dead by February a minute. That doesn't get your attention..

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"chris crazy" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

08:11 min | 1 year ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"On the count down the top 27 to the week with Juicy J. Lamar right from number 20 aboutthe Maid guy like a mango weekends with the breakfast club. What? Alice deejay envy. I'm Angela and I go by the name of Charlemagne. God and welcome the weekend with the breakfast club. Hello? Yes, we can't then 20 biggest joints in the country requested by you. We got a special guest joining us this week. We have killer Mike and Robert did Nero. Also with Marvin and Trey pert joining us this week? Yes. Looting my man killer Mike. He just wanted change make awarded to Billboard Music Awards this past week. So salute my guys look to his queen shape loved horrendous. Solomon, Who you given your donkey to this week's docket A week is going to South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham. He actually got donkey twice this week, So I gotta pick one now, Angela G. That room was for the people he s and get ready for versus seeds into also, well, congratulating people who has some new deals Come in. We'll tell you what Hip hop artists are headed to television. Well, let's get the countdown cracking here. Number 20 is city girls. Kitty. Talk this weekend with breakfast, eh? Rose. Stop these robes having Alan Arkin, coach's kid, but you can't make movies weathered in a way, but it could be choosing crap in it. I'm not but his cash with no no, but but cash in this But baby look like you work for me. You know what? He's got a bad to be poor. What From Who? Win a prize is so clear the war can you go to war you want. It's really pretty, please Me, But did he make my wrist He's going crazy about me. Making Cuban fresh happened. What? The Spanish king euros dollars these robes by having Alice the kid's parking coaches. What? You fail to make movies in a way, but it could be chosen craft don't know, but his cash with top so not but Oh, no but cash when his baby's top talented, it's Chi wills any pain because you like how that part Celia give speeches filled looking guy, So they got away with my poker faced Eddie. You know, I don't play with my play with my full no games. That m any. Maybe today, but I feel you looking up. Did on them. And you make your own stylist these robes. What Katie Having kids parking coaches put you make movies weathered in a way that it can be posing, trapping it don't know, but his cash I'm not but a bit. But cash is but a baby's top. What is it called? Cutting Help, Chris. Crazy disappear. Just feet. Yeah, we can't be afraid. In a million with it. You could get a week about what is the one place never be my home. It is made a better meet accident. The Spanish King wrote these robes but having the kids parking coach's kid you put you make movies. I did in a way, but it could be chosen crap in it. But his cash so not but bad, But cash is up. But, baby, what is the city guards and you're listening to the weak It is weak to breakfast clothes. 19. Don't never stop if you want to be on top, no fat back so You better get money, dear Rich, baby happy and I think I met it's doped up tap tap tap tap like sundress. Got a big booty Go. I don't like your bed. Calico West, I'd like to call you, baby. I know you think you got a good look at it as a kind of go like that little girl to be in my eyes who was a big girl free travel back in Hello, Base. Fatback, baby. Capt'n, You better stop being money. They're rich baby. I think I might have slapped me. I shall be reckons happen. But time for trouble. Max haven't been a crap in a blackout. Don't tease him on money fast. Don't keep these crisp frieze blow base that back, baby. Chapin was not known. It better stop getting money. They're rich, baby. Happy. I think I'm happy. On my show. You have a big eight fingers on us on you better get the cart and make a slight life in the market to look when he passed me, but only never been aligned Photo really kick that thing on the price. You could never take my date with no break out with the baby. Boys When I went out from the way they want to go down that planeload Robert, let him have that bass that bass baby. You better stop being money. Dear Betty tapping my baby. I think I'm in. It's just crossed over the top 40. I can't even say it was probably because of God. Morning just he said. He got some rocks for me when they asked me to.

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"chris crazy" Discussed on Mark Kumar Podcast

Mark Kumar Podcast

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on Mark Kumar Podcast

"Podcast secrets, Dot Com without any further ado less meat, this amazing podcast or who is GonNa keep you some deep inside of how does podcast or take his episodes from start to finish today we have an amazing podcast with us and he is going to be sharing with you. So other tools, tapes and secrets that he has used to create amazing podcast. So please take a moment to introduce yourself to Matias. Man thanks again mark the mighty mark with the Sipa pod class podcast cloud a man thanks a bunch those see the name on the screen names. Dom Brightman, and I'm the host of the going North podcast and my mission is to coach empower and equip. Others to share their stories. Especially, authors in my guess is all about giving authors especially, self published first time off as a platform to share the story to get the stories heard and help them to get some momentum there built. So they can run for a lifetime. Awesome. So how did you come out with an idea or podcast? Yeah. Funny enough. This is my God six years ago I believe I think it was six years ago folks. got. This radio Voice. All muscle use it for so must podcast and I'm like I don't know what the Hell is going to be about start one. And couple years pass and I actually spent on this ultra side quest like an RPG game imposed my first book or as I like to call my first entrance to the business of immortality, a publishing going north tips and techniques to advance yourself. And that book was actually one heck of a launchpad to. The podcast itself because sadly, I lost my father after a long battle would dementia six months later after the publishing of my book and then three months later. After he passed. Then I realized you know what? Maybe this is top me to get back on that main question starting a podcast. And that really leads me starting the going North podcast based off my book and the main Macho. My life is advance to advance yourself. So it's about giving authors that opportunity to share their stories because my first ever I know what that was doing, and then I got in my first ever podcast interview and ladies expecting more content from an like. All right. So let me make sure this doesn't happen for anybody else and now. Three years in now because this is actually the middle of August when I started recording episodes for my lodge back in. September. Two, thousand, seventeen. So. Three era anniversary of podcast two, hundred, seventy, five official episodes in. It's crazy. Now that is awesome. Man I'm happy for you three hundred. Chris Crazy show you got. A lot of wall well to the experiences and the crazy stories that happened and led to it can't to dive into that. So tell me this the very first time when recorded, you're very forest podcast. Tell me about that experience. Oh my goodness I man it was trash straight dumpster juice some call a dumpster fire now because I use skype and I, didn't even know what that guy was doing with like trying to record the other track I was able to record it using my oh computer I didn't have the MP three recorded going in the background and the sound quality was so bad actually had to five or dot com and outsource the all you ending piece. Because my guest even though he could still hear them..

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"chris crazy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Well, yeah, I need them to cooperate and green light it and we'll have a discussion if we need to, Uh, I understand to back tales that discussions are continuing, and there's potential for some kind of resolution. We'll see where it goes. Is the resolution along the way kind of a schedule of the willing and if you don't want to play, that's okay. If you do want to play that, so it it would be less than 14 schools, but it would be some number. Well, that's one route. I can envision several other routes that would enable Ohio State to fulfill the contract that it has on it for the money to flow. You know, it's the thing people forget. This this impact every Student, happily. Ohio State. Why's that? Because all the rest of them don't make any money. They all live off football revenue stream and sew women's teams. Men's teams. We're talking swimming, lacrosse. Soccer, rugby, wrestling, gymnastics, you know, on and on and on all the way through fencing. Uh, all of those kids are you going to be facing? Perhaps the shuttering of of their programs or downsizing of their programs Because the money's not there is more in just about the football team. What about third party beneficiary law? That is, if a third party is intended to be the beneficiary of a contract on someone breaches. The contract that keeps a third party beneficiary from benefiting doesn't a third party beneficiary, whether it's a vendor, whether it's a contract employee of Ohio State that should be paid. If I state football or whether it's a fence, they're not able to get a scholarship money. What about using the other party is a third party. Dhoni beneficial Well, that's creative way to go about it. And, you know, potentially, that could be a ah, a way to approach it. We'll see how the thing shakes out as you know. The facts determine what kind of legal Syria have. So as the attorney general of Aha, you're saying there is a viable legal theory to go to court to require the big 10 toe let the willing to play football. You bet for are. Please don't hurt least not where it's not legal. In other words, if if governor Wittmer in Michigan will not allow Michigan and Michigan State to play, But let's say you have five or six goes that can play. That that's the theory of your recovery. Let the willing play the under willing not to play but is Jean Smith, the athletic director of Ohio State, agreeing with you? I am not pitching Ohio State until we actually have a failure of talks which hasn't happened. Do you anticipate the talks must go one way or another within the next week. Pretty soon. The season's starting to get a little bit long in the tooth. And, um you know the other places there playing. I was just talking to my buddy Chris car down and he's the attorney general down in Georgia. Wait. We're just a couple weeks ago, and we're kind of bat it back and forth about know how Cove it is impacting our states and our officers. I said, you know, Chris, Crazy thing is You know, the SEC is playing football in the big 10 is not And there's dead silence for second, said Well, David. I don't see how that's different than any other year. That's a pretty good party. But I got to get him back for that. No question. So you anticipate within a week because I wouldn't I would think the head coach Day and others have said they need about 30 days to prepare from start to finish. And so if they agree to play football, the first game could not be until toward the end of October, which still gives you the opportunity of getting six games and to qualify for the national championship. And if you want to play play If you don't want to play don't play. But don't keep the willing from playing because of the unwilling if the unwilling don't want to play so bid, But if they're willing want to play, why should the unwilling keep their willing from playing Because the unwilling don't want they're willing to play? You know what I'm saying? You got to come back and haunt you. Special counts. I'm gonna let you make the closing argument. You just did it. I've done some pretty good closing arguments in the past. I bet you have right now. One last thought is serious matter. And that is Ah, No. You attended this morning. The funeral of a slain murdered police officer. There is a general lack of respect in America for police officers. They're being spit at far works thrown their way they have incendiary devices, literally flamethrowers have been used against police. There's been 24 cops who are police chiefs that have resigned because they can't take it any more than where they were being traded by their political authority. Can you put in words what happened this morning in Cleveland with that murdered police officer. Well, Yeah, it was. It was a funeral of its eyes. Detective been on 23 years. Um Everybody loved. The guy here just signed on to an FBI violent crime task force up there and, uh, the day before. And he he was killed by a 16 year old 17 year old 18 year old is what the people have been charged with it up there. Uh, just a tragic story, but But here's the thing..

"chris crazy" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

14:03 min | 2 years ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"He's got a spinning me around 11 is a dog. I love this guy. A miracle, love anything. She's never quit. Nobody plays more eighties music, then Sonny, one of 79 Love eighties Lewis, Michael Jackson. I want some eighties music, the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties. You guys close to mine, the silver screen. There's no truth. Wait. Sonny 1079 kicks off your workday with a 60 minute commercial free work day kickoff. It's a great way to start your work days. Stress free. And commercial free with the greatest hits of the seventies, eighties nineties Wait days just before 9 a.m. right here on studying 1079 Great stuff like Zizi top. Chris Crazy about it. Crazy about it. Sonny 1079 playing more of the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties for the Palm beaches next. Hi, I'm a 2020 census taker. As I walk around your neighborhood, you'll see my census bag and ID badge. We're coming by to assist anyone who hasn't completed yet and will be wearing a mask and following local guidelines for everyone's safety will be asking some simple questions that will inform funds for health care, education and more over the next decade. But right now is your chance to make a big difference. Shape your future. Start here at 2020 census dot gov. A four by U. S Census Bureau. Let's let's forget ever stop asking with so much cooking. It's a good thing. There's family size at BJs Wholesale Club and up to 25% off grocery store prices. Order online for in club pick up or delivery, Not a member joined BJs Wholesale club today. Here we go.

"chris crazy" Discussed on The Daily Boost

The Daily Boost

06:33 min | 2 years ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on The Daily Boost

"About this focused thing. How to stay focused on what you want. In, particular. As a kid I grew up in. Manassas Virginia. Suburbs of Washington DC. I grew up at a time when every single summer mom and dad went off to work, and kids were just latchkey. Kids is that we were I? Think it was. And I feel that way. I guess it was that way, but we'd get up in the morning. My mom would be off to the office and what I. What would I do? I would wake up and go. Wow, I'm often a grand adventure. Not sure I called it that, but it sure felt that way. Running through the the the battlefields of the bull run national park. The MANASSAS national battlefield all kinds of places, just kind of doing stuff all day long all day, endlessly nonstop adventure, and in the evening it would probably end. In a game of hide and seek. And we play that game. So as grow into adults I've done the same thing over the years I had that same spirit of adventure. Go out and go go, but then something happens as we start doing the adult thing. Have you noticed? That? We tend to find other things that are more important. Shopping and Eating food and paying bills and feeding the dog and taking care of the kids and mowing the lawn, and all that kind of aid is so important. It seems like when you come. Become an adult. That's all you have to do as a kid. I. Guess Cleaning. Your Room was important, but it wasn't so important that you're going to go on your grand adventure unless you had to write. But also kind of fall into that now I. Know for fact that as you were a child and maybe a young adult. You had all these ideas in these dreams in your head. How was life going to be? What were you going to create? And then life began to happen, and suddenly you're focus shifted to get out of bed, Doodoo go go go go back to bed, right? If. You had a good day that that's what would happen. It's my guess is happening right now. There's more that these days than ever before Stephen Covey used to say we shouldn't be living in the urgency and the crazies zone. If you're willing to be an important zone, that's where things happen. That are good life. That's where you're focused needs to be. Right now there's a lot of urgent out there. Crazy? Trying to control stuff, trying to wonder what to think about things trying to just trying to navigate the world as it is today, but I've asked you a question if I may. And certainly when it comes to focus. When did day-to-day tasks? Become more important than achieving lifelong dreams and goals. It didn't by the way. It's just things that we do so. The very first thing that I want to draw your attention to is to draw your attention off. Because if you're focused on the stuff that pops in your life all day every day I got news for you. There's going to be more tomorrow. It keeps uncommon. And what happens is your in fact distracted. What is attraction well? It's a form of focus, isn't it? What do you mean Scott? Distraction is not focused. WHAT'S THE AD is focused on that now that? So I'm going to ask you today. If you're having trouble focusing to think in abroad large picture, just remember Stephen Covey. The reminder that disdained the important quadrant if you will. In other words when I gets busy. When is Chris Crazy? When when you feel, things are urging. You gotTA run out. You gotTA. Take care of it now. If the fire is burning, you gotta go put it out now. What you fire can't burn your entire life. But you get used to it, don't you? You do. So you take care of it? And then you say where was I? What was really important that I wanted to do? Maybe a long time ago, maybe a week ago. What did you want to do? What did you accomplish for your family? What did you accomplish for the world? Where did you want to contribute? Or join a step up. Where'd you get off track just a little bit? It doesn't matter how long ago was could have been a year ago. It could've been twenty years ago. Makes no difference. All you really have to do today is say okay well. What was that become aware of? It think about these things in your life that are awfully important that you just not paying attention to. Guess what just happened. You just paid attention to it. You brought it back into focused in yet. Maybe it's on a computer file someplace. Maybe a post it note in the corner. Someplace maybe stuck to a mirror in the bathroom, but would you want to be focused on? In the middle of the day when you're focusing on a tuna, salad sandwich. You can't focus on what you really want to do, but you just. Did you just so just for this moment, just think. What should be focusing on? What's important to you? What's the most important thing in the world for you? It could be bigger than life right now could be bigger than anything. Be So huge can't even imagine doing it. But still lives, doesn't it?

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How To Stay Focused on What You Want

The Daily Boost

04:37 min | 2 years ago

How To Stay Focused on What You Want

"About this focused thing. How to stay focused on what you want. In, particular. As a kid I grew up in. Manassas Virginia. Suburbs of Washington DC. I grew up at a time when every single summer mom and dad went off to work, and kids were just latchkey. Kids is that we were I? Think it was. And I feel that way. I guess it was that way, but we'd get up in the morning. My mom would be off to the office and what I. What would I do? I would wake up and go. Wow, I'm often a grand adventure. Not sure I called it that, but it sure felt that way. Running through the the the battlefields of the bull run national park. The MANASSAS national battlefield all kinds of places, just kind of doing stuff all day long all day, endlessly nonstop adventure, and in the evening it would probably end. In a game of hide and seek. And we play that game. So as grow into adults I've done the same thing over the years I had that same spirit of adventure. Go out and go go, but then something happens as we start doing the adult thing. Have you noticed? That? We tend to find other things that are more important. Shopping and Eating food and paying bills and feeding the dog and taking care of the kids and mowing the lawn, and all that kind of aid is so important. It seems like when you come. Become an adult. That's all you have to do as a kid. I. Guess Cleaning. Your Room was important, but it wasn't so important that you're going to go on your grand adventure unless you had to write. But also kind of fall into that now I. Know for fact that as you were a child and maybe a young adult. You had all these ideas in these dreams in your head. How was life going to be? What were you going to create? And then life began to happen, and suddenly you're focus shifted to get out of bed, Doodoo go go go go back to bed, right? If. You had a good day that that's what would happen. It's my guess is happening right now. There's more that these days than ever before Stephen Covey used to say we shouldn't be living in the urgency and the crazies zone. If you're willing to be an important zone, that's where things happen. That are good life. That's where you're focused needs to be. Right now there's a lot of urgent out there. Crazy? Trying to control stuff, trying to wonder what to think about things trying to just trying to navigate the world as it is today, but I've asked you a question if I may. And certainly when it comes to focus. When did day-to-day tasks? Become more important than achieving lifelong dreams and goals. It didn't by the way. It's just things that we do so. The very first thing that I want to draw your attention to is to draw your attention off. Because if you're focused on the stuff that pops in your life all day every day I got news for you. There's going to be more tomorrow. It keeps uncommon. And what happens is your in fact distracted. What is attraction well? It's a form of focus, isn't it? What do you mean Scott? Distraction is not focused. WHAT'S THE AD is focused on that now that? So I'm going to ask you today. If you're having trouble focusing to think in abroad large picture, just remember Stephen Covey. The reminder that disdained the important quadrant if you will. In other words when I gets busy. When is Chris Crazy? When when you feel, things are urging. You gotTA run out. You gotTA. Take care of it now. If the fire is burning, you gotta go put it out now. What you fire can't burn your entire life. But you get used to it, don't you? You do. So you take care of it? And then you say where was I? What was really important that I wanted to do? Maybe a long time ago, maybe a week ago. What did you want to do? What did you accomplish for your family? What did you accomplish for the world? Where did you want to contribute? Or join a step up. Where'd you get off track just a little bit? It doesn't matter how long ago was could have been a year ago. It could've been twenty years ago. Makes no difference. All you really have to do today is say okay well. What was that become aware of? It think about these things in your life that are awfully important that you just not paying attention to. Guess what just happened. You just paid attention to it. You brought it back into focused in yet. Maybe it's on a computer file someplace. Maybe a post it note in the corner. Someplace maybe stuck to a mirror in the bathroom, but would you want to be focused on? In the middle of the day when you're focusing on a tuna, salad sandwich. You can't focus on what you really want to do, but you just. Did you just so just for this moment, just think. What should be focusing on? What's important to you? What's the most important thing in the world for you? It could be bigger than life right now could be bigger than anything. Be So huge can't even imagine doing it. But still lives, doesn't it?

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"chris crazy" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

10:04 min | 2 years ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on Denver Real Estate Investing Podcast

"They're still out there. So if you have a vacant property and it's not renting right now. Don't blame Cova. You need to look at your rental rate. You need to look at the quality of the property because of it's priced appropriately. And if it shows well you should be getting activity because things are still rent and are you. I know it's been a roller coaster lasts six or seven weeks and so it's very different from ruining property now than it was four weeks ago when we were in lockdown overall on your portfolio are you seeing Like more wring concessions more rent drops or people having or investors having to do that to get their properties filled. We're not seeing a lot of rent. Concessions or drops units. I think every I think everybody is holding breath right now to see you a what's what's going to happen. Are we gonNA have this huge fall off a cliff with rental rates or we're GONNA have to do that The this is cool. We're just talking about tents landlords working together. So what this first when this thing. I hit a one thing we we reached out all of our current landlords who said hey. Here's what's going on. We don't we don't know what's going to happen exactly tennis paying rent if you. Mr Landlord or Miss Landlord WanNA proactively help out your tenant and give them a rent concession. GimMe one hundred bucks off this month's rent or fifty bucks off or giving them month free whatever. Let us know. We're happy to offer that to your tenant Chris we had over twenty five thousand dollars come in to us from our owners said you know what everything from you given twenty five bucks off to give them months free. Just just off. The twenty. Five thousand bucks does speak so well to landlords. Doesn't it the fact that these landlords are these that doesn't make the headlines Ducking no no? That doesn't make the post and get that story out there that's right because what makes the headline. Is the one stupid landlord who posts a notice when the tenant has covert right? But that's not the norm? The norm is landlords are landlord saying hey I wanNA help on. I want to give what I can wear. I can and I think we'll see that again now In the month man we stepped up as well. See you know what if you waive? The rent will waive the management fee. We WE WANNA WE WANNA help and most landlords want to do that now. I don't think we'll see a whole lot of concessions with rents dropping unless tenants really can't pay but so far tennis have been able to pay now on renewals as it relates to the renewal season. If this hadn't happened the codes that haven't happened. The conversation unite would be having right. Now would be what we expect to see for an average rent increase rates for the next year. Because everything's coming up for renewal and I would have said to you. Well Chris we expect to see somewhere between on average four to six percents increase in rents to keep up with the increase of taxes. Hoa's and insurance as we expect to see. Well that has changed with with the Kobe stuff. It's not you you can't get that run increase right now. It's not appropriate to do it. It's not wise to do it. It's not it's not good. Pr To do it in the market may or may not be able to bear it. We just don't know that so what we're seeing. A lot of folks on the renewals is either flat or just let things go month to month right now. Let's just let let things roll out. See what happens. Tenants want flexibility. Landlords Wont Let Flexibility. So our recommendation to a lot of those landlords. And you know what? Let the lease go month month for a couple months. Let's see how the stuff rolls out in. Maybe you'll have to drop the rent at that point in time. Maybe you'll keep it flat. Who knows but we are in such a unique timer now and everything is so fluid and changing so quickly that I don't think it is benefits a landlord to lock in a rent reduction. Because what if in three months from now where we're back to normal and you're like darn it. I lost out a twelve months on renewal because I overreacted. When things got crazy so waiting is not a bad plan. Radio all right. So what do you have? I know you know your investor yourself. you definitely have your finger? On the pulse of the market. The rental market Lava investors out there saying hey should I should. I wait before I buy them. The rental property is a good time to buy or rent. Drop off a cliff which it sounds like. They're not going to what's some just general advice. You have out there for investors when they're looking at the bind hold investors Good time time about the same time to buy if rents have fallen off the side of the cliff in the last two months. They're not going to. I mean you can't even buy toilet paper right now right. That's crazy. The world is yet yet rents stable. Right I mean wiped. Set Me to the store. She's like Hey I'm at the store. I see clorox wipes it's a limit of one. Get over here right now and buy one. I mean that's the world. We live in right hoarding toilet paper. So this is the craziest things ever GONNA get. I think I mean if it gets worse than just pack it up and his armies are coming right so if rents haven't dropped now than what in the world could make Red Stripe? They can't crazier than this so I think it's safe from that standpoint. The other attractive thing to buy is interest rates. My Gosh I mean we you know. People used to remember when trump said trump called a couple months ago. He called for the Fed to take interest rates to zero or less in everybody. Lighting trump. Slow stupid what. Guess what. The conversation is now. Interest rates may go below zero. That's the market. We're in which means. Is it a good time to buy you bet it? It's I said we started in nineteen seventy eight and nineteen seventy eight if you went out to buy an investment property you're paying eighteen percent interest eighteen percent interest. We're now at what I saw three to half on a thirty year fixed and worse sub for for investments. Now Yeah Yeah so from that standpoint. Yes it's very true. Here's what scares me though Chris. If you would've told me as a property manager a real estate but you said hey mark it'd be approached me in January you say mark. I'll bet you ten bucks that in. May there will be a a law a national law that says you can't Victor Tenant if you have a federally backed loan for the next four months. And there'll be a governor's order that says you can't charge a late fee and you can't have an even if they don't pay rent upset. That's the stupidest thing I've ever heard. We don't live in a communist country. Get Out of here Chris Crazy but that's happened as happened in if that sentiment. I think locks in to some extent if the light because the legislature coming back right. The legislative session was supposed to end the day before yesterday and for landlords. That was a good thing. They were looking at some anti landlord stuff if they come back now and they say ou we we. We can't let landlords charge late fees because that's what they were saying before if they come in heavy handed. I think in personal pain as well. I think from an as an investor standpoint. I think gosh if I have to worry about the government saying you can't you can't. Victor Tenant Unit. They don't pay that. That gives me concern. That really gives me concern. Do I WANNA take my investment money and do I WANNA put it in real estate in Colorado because if it's that an landlord friendly then I really have to think twice about it so I I do worry that we will see some landlords when this washes out in prices stay stable or whatever they don't drop I think we will see some investor. Say you know what this landlord in game is not for me. If if the government can say my ten it doesn't have pay and I can't do anything about it. This is not a game I want to play and I think we will have some people inside. I'm out I want to sell. I'M GONNA go put it back in the stock market. We saw all this money flow at the stock market and real estate. If this thing isn't handled well by the politicians and they come in too heavy handed on landlords. I absolutely believe we'll see a five to ten percent reduction in the amount of rental homes available. Because you'll see a lot of small landlords that say I'm done I am. This is too risky for me. I can't risk not being able to picked by ten. If they don't pay rent that's interesting. I never thought about the angle before. But Yeah so. That that could be one of the downsides out his Absolutely absolutely so mark as we has close out this segment. You got any like just other data points. General commentary when I share the listeners out there from the trenches yeah I think if your landlord as I said earlier you want a number one uses an opportunity to ensure that your your applicant screening processes tight. How tight are you on that number one? You want to make sure that you're following Currents Best Practices as it relates to showings. That's been at that has been a problem for PM's and a lot of investors. Gosh how do I show my property? I I've got a stay at home order. I've got a vacancy. How do I get somebody in there to see it? So you want to start looking at if you haven't done it look technologies do video tours. There's things like electronic lock box showing is things like a companies that will use agents to show. There's a lot of technology there. You've gotTa make sure your marketing your property right now or else. You're just not doing anybody any good but yes I would. I would look at everything like this. There's always opportunity I our mantra. Our company Mantra for forty years has been followed. The opportunity follow once the opportunity today and the opportunity in very near future based upon the craziness is there may be some opportunities to buy. You may have some of those investors that I just talked about that. Say You know what I'm out in. That's an opportunity for buyer to come in at great interest rates. Have a solid lease agreement. Have a solid leasing. Process had solid tenant screening process in place and pick up a good property. So if you're a long term investor I'm still strong on the market great so mark thanks so much for taking time today and we will definitely check on the next month to just kind of another update from your end on. Leasing stats Rental data so thank you so much and if People WanNa get in touch with you. What's the best way from get in touch with you And or great property management. Yeah the best way to reach us through our website which is rents are ent grace. Gra C. E. DOT COM rent grace DOT COM and. They can jump on there. We've got a.

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"chris crazy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"She goes, and that's why those guys are at the back end they're really hard to find, and they last for a while. But those guys the pitch the seventh eighth innings one year their lights out in the next year. They're almost unusable, and it feels like in Kelly situation. We're in one of those years. Words usable, it's hard to predict how these guys are going to do a specially if they changed teams it. How much is the fact that he's just pitching at home everyday like he's pitching for his hometown team. If you will. Right. He's born in Anaheim went to UC riverside for school. How much of that? I'm playing for my hometown team and I want to perform well for the team I grew up watching so maybe, maybe they played angels closer riverside. No, I'm just saying being in southern California. Yeah. Some people like. Just do guys some people love being in their hometown with their people in, in the stands in having a bunch of people that you get to deal with on a regular basis, people hate it people like the, the conversation. Go back to Paul George. This most recent offseason, that, hey, he wants to come home and be around. There is also that he does not want to come home, because there's a whole bunch of people, they're gonna be asking for a whole bunch of things every single night that there's a Laker game and he's gonna skip it. He didn't wanna do that. I dunno which can't Kelly falls into, but it could go their way it can. But, but I'm not going to use that as excuse. Why struggling I think is just a first of all he's pitching in NL? Okay. It's chain scenery. And it's a totally different situation where has probably get comfortable. I mean how many, how many games have you picked so far? He has pitched in let me see here Tandy to twenty two. That's a handful of games. Twenty six strikeouts. So game. That's not why you. So. That's what you found a gun. I get it. But that's where he's at he's a strike on a gang. We hacked. No. Volley birthday, gene, wilder wilder. But we're movie is that Charlie and shock factor. India, Charlie walk willy Wonka. Willie walking. Puck was Charlie. Okay, wasn't okay. I knew the movie was right. Well, you know, Walker fires really one, screw up the chocolate factors. Depends on who you talking to. But gene Wilders birthday today, he would have been eighty six years old are we've lost him. Yeah. What was he? He was in the restraint Pacers over St. it was in, in us history with Richard Pryor. He was another one that I liked to. It was another one. Richard Pryor movies together that bad. Nice chemistry funny. So today we're on money. Yeah. They were in one, and I really, really liked. But that's good for him. Eighty six years old. That's good for. He's dead. You knuckle when he was stir-crazy star crazy, Christ silver streak stir-crazy seventy six and nineteen eighty starred crazy. Nineteen eighty g wild eighty six years old, day, if he was with us, Chris crazy. You're the one in there talking about doubling down and stuff. Say. Usually, we have we'll have a conversation during the break every once in a while, and more often than not, I'll kind of two now because it's not for me that one was that was obviously thoroughly joy to myself. God eighty six years. Those birthdays brought to you by Jaguar land. Rover of Newport Beach off the seventy three towards the sea. Visit Land Rover Newport Beach dot com. Land Rover, above and beyond Shaggy's doing a good job with the ding day..

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"chris crazy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

12:10 min | 3 years ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Serial killers and predators with the FBI's original mind under if you saw or read the book, mind hunter or saw was it was a Netflix or Amazon. It was Netflix, and it is still up there. It is phenomenal phenomenal. It is the story of this. These two F B I guys mainly one and he's going to be joining us in about a half an hour that said we should talk to these serial killers. Because this is stuff we've never seen before. And I remember when this was happening when I was a kid because I remember my grandfather going they're just trying to make excuses. I don't care why they did it, but he made the point at the time because that was the prevalent theory, we should talk to them. And so he, you know, didn't become friends with them. But but create. The allusion of a friendship and treated them as the expert and because of his work. We now have be real science. And we we know a lot about serial killers. He is going to be on with us in just about a half an hour. Also, Dave Rubin joins us in about an hour. So standby for that. Pat gray joins us now. From Pat gray unleashed, the podcast that is sweeping America. Everybody's talking about it. Every everybody's every about it. Chris crazy. It's a little embarrassing. Then what do you have come down? What do you have? What do you have for today? I have a stat that I think you're gonna love on immigration. Well, legal immigration. I'm gonna love it the. Yeah. I think you'll love this, okay? From the entire populations of Guatemala and Honduras. One percent of the total population of each of those countries has crossed the US border. But you're thinking, okay what since nineteen seventy five nineteen eighty since last September. But you know, how old were you less six and so. One percent one percent of the population to pretty significant countries have illegally entered our country in the last nine months, nine months. This is definitely not. Invasion. You imagine. If one percent of Iran or al-qaeda one percent of al-qaeda came across in just was in nine months in nine months in America. Would we say there's a problem? I mean course, we would I would love to know what percentage must come across the border illegally from those two countries or any other countries. Seventy five percent seventy five percent. Get alarmed, then I start to get worried chain link fence at that point hang on just a second. Look at it as if well, it's not one hundred percent, right. We didn't empty out both those countries. Make the suggestion. I make the suggestion that let's slow down on this. Let's think about this for a minute. Okay. There's no place for conservatives to go right now. Like, I'd love to live in California. Never live in California. It's crazy. So why don't we look it Honduras and say, okay, I tell you what you guys sneak across the border and you come in here. And when you get about ninety nine percent, just alert us, and then I'm going to go down to Honduras and the entire country, and we will live as conservatives and men, you know, there's that's kind of a billing is kind of the ocean front property we start over and and just use the constitution and will live by that you guys. Go ahead. Go ahead. Good time. Have a good time. It's I I mean, it's not I the Democrats love to talk about sustainability. That's not sustainable. He's it sustainable that. Every nine months another one percent from those countries American countries or any countries continue to flood into the United States. That's a stain -able. Can you know what's not one percent of Canada? One percent of Canada crossed our borders over who'd be pissed the the left. Oh, yeah. Well, they'd be pissed because they'd be in their back bacon, and there and curling and all their say would not like that in the they wouldn't. But I would be just as upset if it was Canada mannerly doesn't matter if it's the UK or Canada, Norway. I don't care. It's unsustainable. We just can't do it you you heard Joe Biden yesterday talk about healthcare, right? Yeah. Where he said we have to provide healthcare. We have to. Design. So now we are fighting healthcare for one percent of the population of those two countries in nine months, we've we're taking on one percent of two different countries. And we're going to be providing their healthcare. How how is that sustainable? How who pays for who pays for us? We do right? Got to pay for the education. We have to pay for the health care. We have to pay for the living as if we capture them we have to house them. These you lie. No, it usually works against that point. Just yell you lie. No. It doesn't. Admitting. It would have been I love that. I think about that all the time when you predicted years ago, they're just going to start admitting all this stuff, and they have they are. And they're just they're just naked Marxist as I told I told you at the time. Remember what I said, they want to do they're dying to tell you. They are so confident that socialism is the thing they're dying to tell you and in it's in these moments, you need to remember what the truth is. Because the you know, it wasn't that different in the mid nineties. When Bill Clinton was saying, the air of big government is over they didn't believe anything differently than they just weren't telling you. Yeah. There were faking. They just believed that at that point the best way to advance. It was to say the era of big government was over. And now they believe the opposite. They think they can come out and admit it, and you're right. They're dying to do. And here's the thing we were conspiracy theorists for saying that that's. What they wanted to do nine years ago. We were. Now, they're coming out and saying it, and when you pointed out, nobody says your conspiracy theorist anymore. They're like, yeah. Wait, wait. Socialist. Yeah. That's a better system. Yeah. And and and then there are those people who I think the vast majority of the voting Democrats moaning Democrats are different than Washington big time. And I think that the vast majority of the voting Democrats, and you see this as evidenced by you know, Joe Biden being up thirty thirty four. Yes. Thirty to forty points ahead of any of the other competitors. There is this desire that no no there is this starving for anything other than socialist in the Democratic Party. And they are they are willing to accept Joe Biden, not being a socialist. But he'll give you the same stuff. He's going to give you exactly the same stuff. You can't he wrapped it yesterday and compassion compassion. Yes. But if you're in a lifeboat, I'm sorry. But when the lifeboat is full you. Must fear the life boat away from the people who are flailing. And I'm sorry, but we will all die. And when that happens who then can we help the no no one when the lifeboat has been capsized or sung everybody around. Correct. You you you have to you have to balance compassion with reason. Yeah. And when it comes to this situation, we are not able we're the richest company country in the world nowhere not nowhere. Not. We're the biggest debtor in the history of the world. We have twenty three trillion dollars twenty three trillion dollars, by the way. Do you know how much money we have spent on poverty since the great society speech from LBJ was at twenty trillion twenty two trillion dollars. Yeah. Yeah. So everything that we've done and the. Poverty numbers have not changed. No, everything that we've done. We are now in debt twenty twenty two or twenty three trillion dollars. We spend about twenty or twenty two trillion dollars trying to fix poverty. None of this is working, and you're all socialist programs. And none of them are working. It was fourteen percent poverty rate. I think in nineteen sixty five it's fourteen percent today after twenty two or twenty three trillion dollars the war on drugs. I mean, all these wars that we're fighting against it doesn't work doesn't worry. It doesn't work that way. You know, it's like telling somebody who's depressed just cheer up. Doesn't. Cousin word. Oh, by the way, the border if you would like to talk about real compassion. Mercury one is implementing child rescue systems at the border right now in Texas and New Mexico. The the we got this charge. We were asked by churches because these churches another another delivery is coming today to some of these churches two thousand people just dumped on their doorstep today. Wow. And the problem is these churches are didn't we say it was a thousand yesterday. And now it's two thousand two thousand day today. So we operation underground rescue got a phone call from one of these churches on the border and said, you gotta help us. You have to train our people because we know we are handing these kids over to sex traffickers, but we can't do. Yeah. They said we can't do anything about it. We have to you have to. So what would him in that position? Right. So we are sitting here providing training, so the churches can identify the smugglers and. We will assist the government busting up these rings. But we really need your help. Mercury one. The idea was to be a catalyst to restore the human spirit when it's broken. If I don't if if if our spirit of Americans on the border isn't broken. I don't know. What is these people have been abandoned American, citizens and towns and churches have been abandoned by our federal government? Let's help these towns out on the border. All you have to do is just go to mercury one dot org and donate five bucks a month. Whatever you can do mercury one dot org. But please give or you in call nine seven two four nine nine forty seven forty seven more on that later, Pat. Thank you so much. Appreciate it. All right. Well, we have a.

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"chris crazy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"chris crazy" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Today. The patriots just never make a mistake in a game when clicking they can still win because they're just on point. They're buttoned up there. Just rock solid. That's the point we want to get to where we're just not mistake. I think we've gotten much better taking care of the ball. But there's always stuff. That we have to work on when we get to that point with our talent. I like our chances because you're not beating yourself. So that was a good example yesterday watching New England do what they do the sheep. Yeah. Although Brady did throw a pick on his first pass of the day. You did get it out of the way early right? I wonder how many people would made some big bucks off of that. Big Bank off of that. Like, what are the odds on Brady's first pass of the day? And intercepted wasn't even on the board was eventually they were odds and odds today Dan, odds on what color with the gator. It'd be they dumped on belching. It was blue the the one they really dump was blue. And I think the choices were blue red yellow preference on your color of Gatorade algebra, basically drink any gator where you put in front of me. I don't really have a bike. Me a little bit. Blue. We're talking about the blue. The blue is grape, isn't it? It's not even like the ice blue this artificial. But blue takes it to the next level blues supposed to taste like listen to. As my buddy solely used to. Call it yellow. In Vegas because I'm going to go get some Advil and Gatorade. And I go I go get me saying is what flavor you want Marsha p? I know. Boys and very black cherry. It's out of control. I like the orange one. I like that one. I like to read run like the yellow one to take Gatorade. When you weren't feeling. Well. Four or five six can I get Laker voice saying, Bob, we have dancing cranes. Yeah. Yeah. By the way, seven zero seven says Stephen Adams in a seven game series is damn scare. Yeah. He is. I always liked atoms. Ever since data kicked him in the nuts twice. And he didn't even react. I'm like, this guy's amazing. Yeah. He was very care. Landed on me. Did you kick your sorry? Joel. That's it buddy. Crazy rush. That's crazy. Russ from Oklahoma City. Crazy. Russ kind of scares me a little bit. Chris crazy. Russ walks into the building. He already looks nuts. Five one zero says, can we credit the warriors for all this NBA buzz? Yeah. Some of it. Lebron is a huge part and LeBron going to the Lakers and warriors go. Yes. The warriors created a lot of hate out there. They did. Now. Meanwhile, the warriors gonna get at trade deadline here, which is Thursday at noon, and we've been talking about the Lakers working day and night as Michael Jackson once said to try to get Anthony Davis there now, quote, unquote, pessimistic saying that they're not going to get what they want out of their New Orleans not going to agree to a trade. But what are the warriors gonna do? We've heard talk of Wesley Matthews bench scorer. But that's about it. Myers saying, yeah, I see around the league than Anthony Davis on the block. I see porzingas leaving New York. How does it affect the warriors perspective? I don't think anybody's.

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