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"chris donald" Discussed on Barstool Rundown
"They did the rundown Nick Saban has the coping yes. She Will Not Be Coaching Alabama Georgia this week not the highest profile person has gotten covert but in the state of Alabama foreign away the highest profile person has gotten a covert. I thought that he was gonNA coach from a box. I Ki- I think he'd be in a box virtually maybe he's practicing virtually he's he's running zooms he's running practices through zoom but I don't think he'd do the game like that. He's doing on oculus rift he might be doing it virtual reality of your own. Sponsorship you know I thought that he was that's what he's doing. He's grow cheese right now. See something Bernier we all have simultaneous strokes. I don't smell anything. You don't have a sense of smell right now. I am no I do smell that. Oh. Okay. Well, what you smoke from that way. So it's almost like grilled cheese smell like some sort of burning smell burt grilled cheese though. Hey Hey. Who is that? So my growing cheese. Pizza. Tommy grabs grabs a slice of pizza. WHO's ever it is I feel like you guys are being dismissive of Tommy. Smyth thing to be dismissive of producers? You're right I'm sorry go ahead I'm sorry tummy. Pizza. Sprung. Saving Kobe, we're good with that. Brown, you had one more little quip to add I. Don't like it. You don't like. The Nick Sabin has it. You don't like covet is ruining your trip. Yeah I'M GONNA still. Go. Leaving tomorrow to go on Saturday morning, you know we're going to be an hour away and start with you WANNA come over and hang out why do that though I? Go fishing I don't WanNa I. Don't. WanNa. Go to Starkville, did you go to my uncle Donny's? Either Squirrel. Stool. Uncle Sam. You could just bring us back some. It doesn't travel well squirrel students. ALL MAKEUP UP TODAY Oh you did do the NFL show that makes sense watch I on Sundays. Ninety soccer legend. Says, he's had sex with a whole lot of women and the Common Electra is the craziest person. He's ever had sex with surprised. The about which part what soccer star. I I just Alexi. Lalas just read the title of actually I didn't even read the title Navy, the title and said the soccer star here's the soccer star had sex with a bunch of women. A. Yugoslav. Slav Slavic Slovak. That's be Slovakia. Lithuania be crazy during sex because it's over so quick. I know what you mean. Nick. He also said he's had sex pool for hours with Carmen Electra L. print. Yeah. That's probably worse than a Prune Dick he thinks you all think there's anything worse than that. Well Child Hunger. There you we have it. AIDS. Although you can live with these days, right? Yeah. So you're fine with that. Trivia for prep, I'm not fine with AIDS. I heard that we'll chamberlain. Regretted saying how many women that he had sex with and embellishing that number twenty thousand is what he said I. Wonder if this Yugoslav will fill the exact same way. Well, I don't know he just came out with today. It seems like he had sex with her back in the nineties. So it seems like something he wanted to get off his chest. That was when Rodman was also having sex with her. Sima Competition Rodman. Dennis. Rodman said Robin from Batman Chris Chris Donald Robin. Williams I robin the singer Okay. Remember. I do show me love. Yeah Go..
"chris donald" Discussed on KQED Radio
"100 of Ginsberg's former law clerks line the steps of the Supreme Court as her flag draped casket was carried into the building, some of the clerk serving as honorary pallbearers. A crowd coming to pay their final respects stood in complete silence in front of the court. Some stood with their hands placed over their hearts. Ginsberg's body will lie in repose under the portico of the Supreme Court through tomorrow should be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery next Tuesday. NPR's Windsor Johnson reporting. With a Koven 19 death toll in the US and more than 200,000 and climbing. There's even more urgency now to develop a vaccine. Dr Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert and a member of the White House Corona virus task force. Tells members of a Senate panel today that he thinks the vaccine will be available before the new year. Currently, there are three platform candidate vaccines. I'd have answered into Phase three trial very soon. There will be 1/4. As I mentioned to this committee. We feel cautiously optimistic that we will be able to have a safe and effective vaccine. Although there is never a guarantee of that. But found she is warning the public, especially young adults who have been driving the latest surge in Corona virus cases not to let their guard down. In addition to the Corona virus risks, the U. S is also grappling with regular flu season. Which means people are being advised to wear their masks. A new poll finds Almost half of Americans say they're facing serious financial problems amid the pandemic. NPR's Chris Donald Who's the findings come from NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard Teach and School of Public Health. It was striking. How many people said they were still struggling Latino and African American households in particular, were twice as likely as white families to have fallen behind on the rent. We spoke to Linda in Iran who took part in the pole. She lives in Phoenix, Arizona, and lost her accounting job with the tow truck company, So I started getting unemployment. Which was a big help at first because we were receiving that additional 600 from the federal government, but that recently went away Neuron O has four kids and she's a single mom. She can't find a job and she can't keep paying rent on state benefits alone. No one can live off of $240 a week. But despite broad public support for another financial relief package from Washington, Congress remains deadlocked. Chris Arnold. NPR.
California Creek Fire Zero Percent Contained, Chief Firefighter Says
"The People Fighting California's wildfires include our next guest chief. Chris Donnelly is spent twenty two years as a volunteer firefighter in Huntington Lake California. Good, morning sir. Good. Morning Steve. How are you this morning I'm okay. We've reported a lot on the sheer extent of the fires. How have you been spending your days where you are? Well we we began this this fight probably on Saturday morning about six am and what we did I was get all of our people out of Huntington Lake. Huntington has about probably five hundred and fifty summer cabins in an additional hundred and ten. Condominiums, we had thousands of people at Huntington and Once I had is on the fire, very clear to me that he was going to burn into Huntington and lives were at stake. So we spent most of the time getting people out. Well, I'm glad you've been able to do that. But of course, because of course, we have been following stories of some other resort areas, vacation areas where. There for the summer there for vacation there camping have had to be evacuated emergency ways. you said you got is on the fire can you describe the landscape the way it looks to somebody who's never been there and what the fire looked like. Yeah. Honey. Lake is quite unique word seven thousand feet, and we are the reservoir for a very large electric generation facility. That's two thousand feet below us. Virtually down a steep just just a cliff. and. So when I heard a sheriff's deputies go through our area to begin evacuations about five thirty in the morning on Saturday. I called our dispatch and and and they told me where the fire was. I drove down there about fifteen to twenty minutes away. And look down into the Canyon to about a thousand feet below us and saw flames and new as soon as the morning wins started upslope of Valley. That that was going to be a threat to Huntington. So I recommended that we do a mandatory evacuation at Huntington and began that vacuum evacuation about seven thirty. Our our teams, we we knew this was coming eventually with so much deadened down and the droughts over the years. And temperatures have been drier and well, it's been hotter and humidity's dryer. So said so much deadened down is this mostly forested area that we're talking about This heavy forest. Read for in white for as much as eight feet in diameter. And Bark Beetle infestations probably killed a third of that forest and Ecorse was. Caused by not not too much water much hotter temperatures in the last ten or fifteen years. and. So we have a lot of lot of fuel out there in the forest. You you focused a lot clearly on the evacuation is everybody out safely so far as you know from your area of responsibility. Absolutely. We made several passes through our small community. And we verified that everyone was gone, and then at that point, we had lots of strike teams which are groups of fire engines each. Totaling about thirty five engines by about two PM. At which time is started releasing our personnel to get their families and get out. So right now, the the only members of our fire department, our one company officer, which we will keep their throughout the battle. But it's simply not safe to be there. Well this helps to explain number that we've been hearing the past couple of days we're told this fire is zero percent contained. Is this a circumstance and of course, it's true of all wildfires to some extent circumstance where it's abundantly clear that the massive -ness of dead vegetation that you've described that the extreme dryness means that you really this is something that is beyond human control. At this point I think that's a that's a good statement. I don't know what the future of Huntington Lake is. But at this point to it does not look good. Has. The fire actually reached the the what had been the settled area of Huntington Lake. Yes. We have loss cabins of on the western end of the lake. All communications are down into the area I am not there at this moment. So it's very difficult to get serious information but about six PM last night, all crews were pulled out to about the middle of the lake. And we don't know if they re engaged or not. You said, all crews have been pulled out to the middle of the lake. Do you mean that they went out on the water? No. Okay this is copulated on the north side of the lake, and so a mid mid way on the shore you retreat retreated to a more defensible place is what you're saying. Thank you for much much better said, yes, Gotcha Gotcha I want people to know if they don't that you are as you describe it a brother in the Catholic church maybe a layman would think of you as a monk that is another thing that you do besides volunteer firefighting for twenty two years. How does that inform the way that you think about an event like this? Well you know I'm a teacher at Saint Mary's College and I've worked with kids since probably nineteen seventy. So it for me, it's all about caring people and touching hearts and. It's it's that center of people that I worry about the most you can rebuild cabins and you can go somewhere else but it's the people. So you know just a a little. Thirty second bit for you. Yesterday morning, I drove by a cabin and made a PA announcement directly to people about you need to get out now. Yesterday I called her and told her cabin was gone. And she shared with me that are great. Grandfather that cabin in one, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty. And her grandmother talked about the moments out playing in the woods and collecting pine cones and. As she broke into tears. I. Thought. How many stories like this am I going to be hearing? And how hurtful this all is. Income on their summer cabins, they gotTA someplace to go, but it's the hurt and the loss and. Tens of thousands of girl and boy scouts that. Were at Huntington. And Church camps and private Anson. There's so many lives. So many memories that probably won't be there in the future. So for me, that's what it's about. It's about the people. And all the all the loss. Donnelly thanks very much for your insights. I really appreciate it and we'll continue following the news to see if you begin to reach a point where you're able to battle back. Well, we'll look for that moment to. Chris Donald is chief of the Huntington Lake Volunteer Fire Department, one of many areas in California facing massive
Donald Ronaldo, Madrid And Fraud discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"Hi, john. Thanks in Madrid soccer star, Chris. Donald Ronaldo's pleaded guilty to tax fraud. He'll receive a two year suspended sentence and pay more than twenty one million dollars in fines in Spain judge can suspend sentences for two years or less for
"chris donald" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Or hurt that Trump has a Bill on his desk where he's going to mandate that the workweek the four days long, but I'm only against that. I don't want to work an extra day. I think it's how many days you work per week on average, Chris Donald Trump may not have turned completely Russian remedy, but he's definitely a mild shade of orange. Well, see know if you can't make fun of some people for the looks, but you can make fun of orange colored people. You. I was listening to your program about the four day school day. I think it's a great idea of some great home schoolers that they have programs that they take their children to and personally when my kids were in school. They were up and down the hallway more they were in the classroom, anyway, and all the teachers are great. Some are stellar was small another own. And personally, I think it's a good idea. I see home full children, and they're better than some of this hits that are in the grammar schools. Yeah. But home school kids are not sitting around. They're studying with one on one or like one onto our one on three teacher classroom ratio. Just go your home school. Doesn't mean you're at home watching Netflix. Unless you're probably on my account. We found out that the Warren county average ACT is eighteen that means about half the people are below that does a very good job in the morning. He keeps you both sides of the issue. The only guy that gets both sides. People like him. The call brings up some very good points. Very good points. Let's let's save that for the. Hall of fame for Saint Louis, callers, Charlie Charlie Charlie channel five news story shooting the police yet did the carjackers is running across the lot witnesses said he did turn and fire toward the police. But then the police were killed them. What does that mean? They overkilled them. That's very sad. I mean, I I don't want anyone to die. Obviously, there's a great book on gunshot wounds among kids, it's written by Durango. And I think he might be with us tomorrow. Chris can you confirm the time ten fifteen tomorrow in studio.
"chris donald" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Off of the bridge. Both sides the bridge after the bridge were completely full of water. Rivers. Yeah. I in near where I live book the bus didn't come this morning. Okay. I I live near the bus stop by son. So the the bus didn't come. So I saw the parents waiting there with their kids and like screw this. I'm just gonna I guess driving to school. I got my jammy pants on. And I look like escaped mental pay. Do we need to cause a scene about this school district? No, not picking kids up on a on a rain when they needed most quite the opposite. Actually, because if you see I deleted, the tweet because I was just frustrated I want to hammer out a tweet never do that. When you're frustrated sometimes it's all you can do. I know it was all I could do because I'm stuck in trying to take my kid to school wanted people to know that you've been done wrong. Thank you midterms. I gotta get my angst out there. So I did. And then, of course, colleague and a guy we know we real friendly with who works for H CPS said, hey, where was it? You know, me and said where was it? What happened? I'll take care of. They probably sent another bus. Well, what's the excuse? We will rest until we find out why the bus wasn't there to better be a damn good excuse don't need anything other than. They did do the best. They can they sent a replacement bus in those kids got to school. I had to drive and so I did. And I'm looking at the roads. And I realized man wit when it starts to creep up like that you ever think about what what forty eight hours of straight rain would do seventy two hours let alone like a week. What that would do to us? Yeah. That's that's my worst fear as far as outside of fire because then like if you just kept going and going, and then you're talking about rivers cresting in areas like that having to deal with like a serious flood when your house is underwater. Right. I can't even when I see pictures of that, it it just blows my mind. Yeah. And not even just your house, but every road, you try to traverse out of there is underwater, and you're not supposed to drive through it. My first year in Tampa. I lived in south Tampa off Manhattan, and I'll will tell you every even significant rainstorm, you would get Manhattan's flooded L produce flooded. You can't get by Dell. Maybe it was a nightmare. So look hope it doesn't rain tonight. I don't know what it's looking like, we'll get your galoshes on the ground, of course. Because there were a few tornado warnings. Yeah. All across the state down south further down south and then out in central Florida Lake County area had a bunch of tornado warnings today. Yeah. I heard did I hear torn attic activity or did. I just hear warnings. I I was hearing tornado activity or seeing it on Twitter while I was laying around all morning watching nothing, but the coverage wall to wall coverage, and I think it actually takes a little bit of time before you can say one hundred percent without photographic proof that it was a tornado because when their circulation like that it can still just be really bad win. Sure. And and that's what you're going to see tomorrow. So definitely stay tuned in this radio station. We will be live tomorrow. And I know Mike's new in his his Christmas party a cafe cheapo tomorrow. So, you know, stay tuned for that. I'm sure they'll have weather updates for two. He's still thinking about you. And I hadn't down to the beach tomorrow pre show shreds NAR. It's been awhile since we shredded the NAR separately. And I think it's time we shred the NAR together. But these windy conditions. Paul said are going to create sees. He said don't overlook the Gulf of Mexico. You know, everybody. Sometimes dead is better. I mean, I I think if we both get our, you know, our nipple tape down nice and tight I think we could I think we could definitely we'd have to go fins fins on the body board. Okay. And don't call the boogie board and demean our sport fins on nipple tape adhered to our. And then I think we should probably go masked as well. Because we're gonna be spending some serious tube time out in the choppy NAR. Yeah. Who's probably gonna spotter? You think people have thought probably hardly, you know, when you watch movie the endless summer and those guys like go surfing around the world. And you're like, I wish that cool. Yeah. That's how people feel listen to us talking about shrill they do because not it's not for everybody. Not everybody can shred the gnarliest. We do on our Maury body boards. Especially when you're looking down the eye of Easter coming in from the Gulf, right? Lotta people see that as something treacherous and scary. We see that as an opportunity for the NAR while we wait for all year. Hello, it's ju- grab alive. Live who are you? Oh, yeah. This is Chris Donald. No, no, no. I think we should probably just take this battle. Yeah. Yeah. I don't even know what happened seventy seven five seven nine hundred eighty five Hughes continuing to try to people calling up with something innocuous, and then making nonsense noise towards well. Played, sir. I wonder what the lot I've noticed the volume is down in the parking lot here. I imagine that less people are out in about you know, a few days before Christmas. I'm never working right now. And I notice when I'm going Christmas shopping in the past. Now, you do it all online you see how many people are out there on the roadways not at work. So right now, I probably a lot of people fighting for the last tickle me Elmo at WalMart. If that's a hot toy this year, which it's not I realized a lot of people waiting for packages today and with this terrible rain because I was waiting on like three or four packages. So I took a big ask cooler, and I put it out of my front porch. And I said, please put the packages in here genius. Is proud of that. I'm going to do the same thing. Yeah. That's genius. You done you done shopping. Oh, yeah. Seventy seven five seven nine one zero two five eight hundred seventy seven five it is take it back Thursday an opportunity to walk back anything. You might have said anything we might have said to you. I might have said to you any grievance that you have in the tradition of George Costanza festivus for the rest of us. We address on Thursday for take it back Thursday. It's our final one for two K one eight. So we'd love to have this opportunity to kind of set things, right? Yeah. I would think even the deepest darkest things that maybe you think that you could just never bring to the air ten today's the day when we wipe it clean for two thousand nineteen like that wipe it clean for twenty nineteen. That's a nice rhyming jingle. You're actually that wasn't planned it. Yeah. Seventy seven five seven nine hundred to five may preempt Christine details. Call and say that if I could take back the moment where I went to hug, my friends instead of hugging her I I would take back that moment and explain to my friends. Hey, I'll talk to you in a second. Let me just make sure this lady is taken care of as a fan and as a person. Yeah. You know, I was actually, you know, harboring some guilt about the way the whole thing went down. But yesterday, she came for me. I thought she came for me. So now, I and she didn't come for you in a good way. No, no, no. She came for you leg, bats. Yeah. She said that you said something you didn't say that. You didn't like do like her? I do like her. I I wouldn't say I'm one of her biggest supporters, but I've been there for. Yeah. She listens to the show. And you've always been the one to go. Hey, let's give this brought a chance at least a little bit a little bit of a shred of a chance. He said some terrible thing, I know live. Hello. We all have low grew. How are you, sir? Today. I'm great, sir. What's your name? And what can we do for you? Speech impediment. John I have. Oh, jose. Now, there's the Howard Stern show, sir. And they label people or allow people to label themselves speech, impediment, man, or whatever. We're we're kind of an authentic shown, we'd we'd just encourage you to be yourself, sir. Okay. Well on on every other show, I've talked to on the bone. I've always been referred to a speech impediment, John because my horrific speech impediment. Why wouldn't say, you know, I wouldn't say anything about you is horrific. I didn't I didn't even notice. I've never heard you on any other show you ever heard him. I know I feel like we could be being set up. That's just being I share your reputation. No, not at all. Not at all, my friend, not at all. Okay. Well, what is it John that we can do for because we're going to empower you by stripping away, the speech, impediment part and just calling you John your speech impediment. Doesn't defending John defines you. Thank you. However, a while back back when lovey Smith, which fired from the hold on one second ticket back Thursday, John. Yes, sir. Okay. Hold on one second. Sorry. Okay..
"chris donald" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Then get in your car and have it automatically drive. You home say thirty miles away. I'd be asleep inside five minutes, but you can't be asleep. Even in a driverless car you have to be alert and ready to take the wheel. The fact is we're still human without technology. We haven't gotten any better doing any number of tasks we haven't gotten any faster, and we certainly don't seem to have any more disciplined than our ancestors did. So if you are still humans, what do we do? Now that our technology is bringing us cars that hurdle down the highway at seventy miles an hour without us. Doing a darn thing. In addition to getting the driverless cars to work as perfectly as possible. We also need to design the driver experience. So that the driver stays alert. Well, you can't have the driver get up and walk around. You can't have him play video games. You can't have him buried with his head in a novel or work on his computer. Surely someone has worked this out. Actually, it doesn't seem so Ford found that the engineers who were testing. It's driverless cars kept falling asleep. Alarm bells didn't work flashing lights didn't work having a second engineer in the car didn't work. So besides figuring out how to keep a driver alert. The technology has to be able to tell if he is alert, and if not pull over on the side and part when he wakes up it will to being human. Isn't easy. The technology is getting better, faster and cheaper. But you're not. Again, this is five minutes. Five minutes is produced at the studios of weedy in San Francisco. Five minutes is a production of tech nation media. I'm Paul lane core. From San Francisco. I'm regard, and this is tech nation today on technician the moments of your life. That's right. That's what your brain remembers not whole events moments. Dan, heath joins me to talk about the power of moments, then on technician health. It's the power of viruses against cancer. I'll speak with Dr Harry, Gruber, the president for science and innovation at Tokyo. Jen about their genetically engineered viruses their first treatment for cancer glioma, blessed Doma has received the breakthrough therapy designation from the FDA also colorectal cancer, breast cancer, lung pancreatic and renal cancers and melanoma, he'll explained how the virus works. Dan, heath the author of the power of moments. Why certain experience have extraordinary impact opens the book with the story of signing day. So this starts in the fall of two thousand two friends, Chris barbeque and Donald commence are sitting in a pub in Houston, Texas. So Chris Donald were helping to start a school together startup charter school called. Yes. Proud and they were spending fourteen hour days at work, and they had gotten in the habit of after these long days, they'd go sit at this parliament have a beer and share the only item of food on the bars menu. Which was a reputed tombstone pizza. And this one night they were watching ESPN on the bar TV and ESPN was highlighting the upcoming signing day, which is the day when high school football athletes declare what colleges they're gonna play ball for. So it's a big day for college football fans, and as Chris and Donald watch this stern to groan and moan a little bit about how much attention we pay as a society toward football players. And meanwhile, the kids that they were serving at their school, primarily from low income Hispanic families a lotta times they'd be the first person in their whole family to graduate from high school are almost certainly be the first person in their families to go on to college. And they said, why are students get this sort of treatment, and don't we have misplaced values, and at some point in the conversation things just tipped and all of a sudden, they said why why don't we create a day like that for our students and the idea for senior signing day was hatched and as they conceptualize. In a few months later. They actually had the first example of this. Here's how it worked there graduating seniors would take the stage one by one I should tell you one thing about. Yes prep is that in order to graduate. You must obtain admission to a four year school. They can't force you to go, obviously. But they can't force you to get admission. So you have to go through the application process. And so they knew every single one of their graduating seniors would have admission to college. And so these seniors they would take the stage one by one and they would announce where they were going to go to school in the fall, and they would bring up with them onstage some kind of school swag, a t-shirt or pennant or like the kids do who are signing with colleges to go to college to play athletic, sir. Exactly. Right. And so they had created this one day when these kids in their difficult academic work would be celebrated with the same pomp and circumstance that a great football quarterback or running back would get and when they made their announcement. You know, the whole room would erupt in cheers and applause and afterwards the students would be matched with their families. And they would sit down at a table and sign a letter of matriculation signaling their intent to go to school in the fall. It was kind of like a governor signing a Bill and Chris barbeque told me after that very first run. There's barely a dry eye in the room. It was so clear what these families had sacrificed to get their kids to that moment, and they knew right away from the very first run that this would be the most important day of the year. A yes prep and since then every year it snowballs a little bit the graduating senior class gets bigger. They add more schools. They invite every single student at yes prep, come from sixth grade through graduating seniors along with their family. And to give you an idea of the scale. I went to see this last year. They now have signing day in the arena where the Houston Rockets play basketball. I'm here to tell you when those graduating seniors take the stage, and they do in exactly the same way as they did that first time ten thousand people cheer them on. Can you imagine ten thousand people clapping applauding cheering for what the students of done? That's a defining moment. What's amazing to me is that it never existed before right out of thin air. And that's exactly why we wanted to start the book with that story because that is the theme of this book that this moment this senior signing day, which by the way has spread to schools across the country. Thousands of people every year. Now have a defining moment that was conjured up out of thin air by two friends in a bar one night with a tombstone pizza in hand. And it just goes to show us that that if we are fossil and intentional about creating these special moments. We can we can make some of the most memorable meaningful experiences that people will ever have you also point out that we remember in moments when we go back and look at various things this little slivers of of moments livers of memory that hit us about what happened. It's how we we. Call them slivers is a great word that psychologists have learned so much about how we remember our experiences, and there's no sense in which when we look back on say a family vacation from a few years ago or a semester in college. You know, there's no film that we can load up and play from beginning to end with perfect recollection of our. Our memories. Of course, what we remember. It's sort of like a trailer from the film. It's just a collection of scenes and moments and snippets and psychologists have even learned that there are certain moments in particular that we disproportionately recall one of them is called the peak, and when we're talking about positive experiences, that's the most positive moment of a positive experience. And the other are the transitions, you know, the endings the beginnings factor study of memories from college found that forty percents of people's memories came from the month of September. Which of course is the beginning of the school year. And so what this tells us is number one when we talk about experiences, and this is really a book about improving experience, whether it's for a customer or for a student or a patient or even your own kids when we talk about improving experience, ultimately what we're talking about are moments particular moments, and that Furthermore, it's the peak moments in particular that. Really come to define these experiences. And so the question is are we investing in peak moments? First of all we got to recognize their their. There's peaks this transitions there's pits when I was reading your book all of a sudden I remembered that time I went into apply for a summer job at a big firm and near Stanford. And I remember the receptionist Chris years and years ago, I was eighteen and she said there will be no summer jobs. There's no reason for you to fill out Napa location. I said I'd like to fill out location. Finally, she gives me the application and to pan, and I go over and I fill out the application, and I so remember handing her the application all filled out. She's looking at me straight in the eye with this. You must be kidding. And I was so mad at her. I kept the pen. That's what I remember. I'll show you that was your souvenir. This what happened to? And the dumb thing was I ended up getting a call in about a week got hired. It's how I discovered computers change my career change. My major took off that you know, define my life. If I listen to her would have walked out the door. Gumption? Lebron's that. Gumption? I got this noise. Pay off like that. But I mean, it's it's funny. You know, it's like these moments and an understanding them. And and then I realized you know, it was sort of a pit moment that could have been worse, but turned out to have real silver lining. You talk about filling in those pits. How do we do that? There's a great study of service experiences where the researchers asked people to recall a really positive encounter. They'd had recently. You know, maybe it was with a restaurant or hotel or an airline probably not an airline as I say that. But they found that twenty five percent of these positive moments that people recalled actually started with a service failure something went wrong. You know, your food came out cold or you missed your flight, your hotel room wasn't ready, but the way that the staff handled it was so great that they actually flipped a pet or what could have been a pit into. A peak. And I think that that's a nice metaphor for life that life, of course, is full of of natural pits and peaks, but that if we're alert to those moments when people need extra help, we can potentially be an asset to them. One example, that's a little bit more kind of high stakes comes from a healthcare group called inter mountain health and Colorado. And it concerns patients who learned that they have a cancer diagnosis. And of course, that's just a horrible horrible blow a terrible pet, and as we can all understand. But what they've done is. They've said look we can't do anything about that diagnosis that's not under our control, but we can be there for them at this extraordinarily vulnerable moments. And so what they did is they organized this kind of all hands action plan day that happens about a week after the diagnosis and the patient and their family. They come into a room, they sit there the whole day and their entire care team cycles in and out. I mean, nurses, surgeons on colleges physical, therapists dieticians they're coming to them to create a plan of care. And so that.
"chris donald" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Do even remember what tapes I do. I do we are going to talk now to Chris. He was former CPAC director director external relations at the American conservative union. And now he's gonna tell us what we need to seek climbing up the charts conservative books, and I think we're gonna talk about a friend Eric's book as well. Chris. Children's book has made the conservative book club bestseller list and the great ride. The great Eric Metaxas. Wrote a wonderful book, it's a children's book. But I think it's a book that hits on a message. That's really important. It's called Donald drains the swamp. It's Donald the caveman book and Donald the caveman may or may not have a resemblance to our forty fifth president of the United States and the genius about the book is it basically, basically tells the story of Donald Trump, Donald Trump and Donald Trump. I like that Chris Donald Trump. I like that. It tells the story about Donald Trump for children to kind of understand why Donald Trump won the presidency, and it talks about the story about how the people that live in the swamp are being persecuted by the elites, the ruling class the of the big dinosaurs. That lived there one of them, including the George or Soros, and the Chuck like looks a little bit like some billionaire financier, right? I mean. Ama may or may not look like, George Soros and Chuck Schumer. And basically, they go to Donald a caveman and ask if he can help save them from the swamp creatures the slippery slimy disgusting creatures that live in the swamp, and it's a wonderful children's book. And if you're looking for books for the holidays for thanksgiving or Christmas, you should check it out. It's number eight this week on our bestseller list. And we love Eric Metaxas. So kudos to him. I have my copy housing Eric studio not long ago. He gave me his signed copy gave me a signed copy for the boss. So Donald J Trump is getting his copy as well. So caveman Trump story book will be going to the White House Trump Eric Metaxas. We love he's a guy who writes books on the deep deep issues on bond Hoffer front the allergy. But he can do fun stuff. Like this as well. Anything else we need to watch in the last minute. Chris what else do we need to be aware of the conservative books? Well, we we've got a bunch of books coming out soon. I. Tori, Lewin TAOs ski and David Bossie have their book called Trump's enemies, which is coming out at the end of the month. I look forward to but they should also check out. Dr Sebastian Gorka, why we fight. It's we just had just. This book out why we fight defeating America's enemies, but not policies. And we just interviewed you on the conservative book club podcast. I should check. That out. Our interview out two is a wonderful interview. Great. Thank you. Chris. Listen, you've got to follow the conservative book club, especially because if you look at the video stream right now, they have they have propaganda material as slick as ours. I mean, they have a piece of paper on the back. Says book club, and I have fifty two days to go..
"chris donald" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And it shows democratic challenger Jay Pritzker in house speaker, Mike Madigan is to grooms with the message that together the state is well that had to be bleeped out and east Aurora school district teacher has been charged with violating reporting provisions after she allegedly new another employee was sexually abusing children was a bit Laura. First grade teacher at bardwell elementary charged with the King County state's attorney's office with misdemeanor failing to contact a state agency to investigate abuse. And secretary of state Mike Pompeo says the Trump administration is revoking the visas of some Saudi officials implicated in the death of writer, Jamal kashogi. It is the first punitive measure taken by the administration against the Saudis since kashogi disappeared after entering the council at in Turkey on October second visa. Records are considered confidential by pale did not say, which are how many Saudi officials would have those visas revoked let's get an update now on WGN sports. Here's Kevin Powell. Thank you. Jim Clayton Kershaw has never pitched at Fenway park or face the Red Sox. Chris sale last face the dodgers in two thousand twelve when he was pitching for the White Sox. The two left E acess meet in Boston tonight for game on other World Series. The Blackhawks allowed thirty three shots on goal in the second period of a six three loss to the lightning on Sunday. That was an NFL that is an NHL record. The defense will have to be better when they host the ducks tonight Corey Crawford. Chris Boden pre-game at seven base off at seven thirty here on WGN bulls point guard. Chris Donald is four to six weeks because of a sprained MC L and his left knee coach. Fred Hoiberg has done was injured going for a layup in the second quarter of last night's loss in Dallas. So another tough injury for the bulls in the early going the bears prep for the jets continues colo- max they'll considered day to day with that ankle injury on the home of the Blackhawks northwestern Wildcats. And why? White Sox baseball, Kevin Powell WGN sports, your money, traffic and weather next on WGN. Nearly.
"chris donald" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Bus ride up there bandstand santa fe on thursday also free lot to do summertime in santa fe how dare you chris cuomo screamed kellyanne conway over and over and over again last night she was so insulted by implications at her boss and the administration of donald j trump were somehow treating children and immigrants harshly cruelly over and over again she screamed at chris last night's part of their stick how dare you hughes insulted women's shoes insulted as a mommy of course her kids were home safe he was very just very put off by chris cuomo situations unfortunately for everybody in this disingenuous and dysfunctional administration and as soon as they say something their boss tweets proving the point of the person they are so incensed at so offended by how dare you chris donald trump went even further today now he's calling basically calling the illegal immigrants the mommies with with the babies cucaracha that's how i take it nothing but cucaracha trump tweeting today the democrats are trying to bring migrants to the united states to infest our country they're going to infest us cucaracha supposed to be talking about the economy but you know the donald went off angry tirade very harsh apparently a reflection of his growing frustration that he can't get what he wants like his new little buddy from north korea people need to treat me like his people treat him with total obedience and if you don't i'll squash you with.
"chris donald" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"I'm fine with that yeah boston philly new york's and three right now that strong agree they're gonna yell at me philly gonna yell at me for not being balsam l me for being one they should been one two and three fold you dick you know i'm i'm on their side i know you are i know you but yeah i was i was pleased you left with only being called your name i think to your face at least yeah i they call me in the head by their back i was pumped like every corner we turned was just someone i knew which was a wild syn kalu just planted various people from his high school around the city the man wow it's coley mic the quarterback of the football team well that's simply not true because one of those kids i literally haven't seen since eighth grade and i barely knew him then so it was just a wild sane and then chris donald literally one of the best basketball players i've ever seen was a great above me we had said like twenty words in high school we did a lot more communicating after just because i got markedly better at basketball and that that helped him respect me more human hoping cation passes yes when i was on jv and he was on varsity i remember one time he just walked up and it was when like the two k for harare had come out.
"chris donald" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I mean it's not a good thing but i'm very very concerned about the political use of all of this chris you triggered that in me so all i can tell you is just go blame you'll same yourself go ahead well they pulled some republican congress republican congressman about you know mrs bush and stuff like that and they also asked would you guys support trump in twenty you know twenty twenty and none of them said yes well he's going to have all chris you bet he's donald trump's gonna have all kinds of primary challenges john casick is pretty much already announced it profoundly disagree all he can deny it here but he's pretty much already in house chris donald trump may not be renominated by his own party and interestingly enough that wouldn't be the first time it happened in american history no joking around we had a president i forget who it was but it was in like the middle eighteen hundreds who was so bad as so bad that that he he was not even renominated for the office by his own party and he was from new hampshire i'm trying to remember the dude's name he was actually i looked him up once it was awful president but he was a he was a really accomplished politician before they mean very popular in the state of new hampshire state legislator mean by all measures the guy should have been a good president but his own party wouldn't renominated him and so that wouldn't so if donald trump were denied the republican party nomination he actually would not be making american history in in that sense charles thank you for calling from illinois and good afternoon to you sir and good afternoon to you all right we're always talking about changing the narrative regarding the minimum wage that is that has been taken and used as instrument to bludgeon you know democrats for ages why don't we start referring to it as the wage war upon which all wages are built because it's a lot of words the whole idea of messaging is you gotta do it a very quick fast four words yep and their long words they're long sam again they're they're tumbling out of the mouth go ahead sam again it's it's the wage floor always built on i don't know my sense of it is that's not the.
"chris donald" Discussed on Popcorn with Mitchell Davis and Jack Ferry
"She's trying all those fucking pals when she gives the information i love that they they like stream they like project the information on her face the computer screen on her face so stupid that seemed like i'm like what fucking computer program is this we just have like falling fucking batterings like supposed to be like we're all the fucking secrets where the spreadsheets fucking weird acid nation literally noting being projected onto your fucking face so so much of this movies like who cares dumdum zwolle notice it looks cool oh god it's so fucking stupid chris donald said that like when they did batman forever he felt like he was making a film and for this when he just felt like he was acting out a toy are you syria that's insane he was acting out a toy yeah like like he was just in action figures yeah okay i believe pick up on that i'm gonna be real this movie i think i had every action figure all the like vehicle you had like mister freeze i remember all those commercials they were like shoving it down our throats on nickelodeon and stuff and i think it's one of the reasons why the vhs ended up in the house just because it became like so part of my little guys were playing with these toys all the time and i remember that's why at somebody else that's good by multiples of him had a picky benthic that was like twelve twelve inches tall that was a moving george clooney that was like and it had like little wind and there was ice that would grow from the bottom and it was when you put an aucoin he would open his eyes new.
"chris donald" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"Dude for as i thought it was a now that's the name of one app of really what is that what is in our hands yeah what lentils i just guys lentils are app ibm's in the garage i got him soup if you want if i'm if i mean the middle part of highland lentils appetizers road and all that has this was all like a michael flatley code or something i don't know are you guys spies who have speaking of spy oh mad love drew barrymore chris o'donnell was that right madla said crazy love it was all there were tears of movie called malivai in a move no there's a crazy crazy to love and then there's a movie called mad love with abkhazian mad love no way i did you do the apps are madeleine i did the ibm's right wilem i'm trio drew barrymore eight you're all she's not a fan of the habsburg crystal donald robin kill them went forum why robin in that movie his emas rahman now he was route he was in batman and robin a bestseller batman suck okay yeah it i mean primarily when you're on a different set for a different movie you would want to be called the character that that you're playing on the that's at not just rajab ali enrolling or so i out i know you're sad it yet as yet what you're saying right yeah did you call him robin knows that oh my gosh this conversation so you're saying drew barrymore no announcing drew barrymore msi chris usa chris donald the person you were talking about at ziam yes robin.
"chris donald" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"All of that away tomorrow morning with a tweet so that's darlene super villain these associated press of chris my question to you is why is anybody going to pay attention to the dude tonight no matter what he says tomorrow is going to say the exact opposite where the next day he'll say the exact opposite of what he said tonight it in and tomorrow say something different that will be contradicted thursday there's no point to listening to his words because he has said everything at one time or another he's taken every position on every issue literally biz no benefit tick listening to any words he says they're all lives it's all nonsense may have never i've never had to say that about any of a person that i can think of it in my and i've ever gathered in my life i mean this literally zero value in each and every word that comes out of that dudes head now europe marketing if he does say something stupid we should probably will it's going to be interesting to see what the conservative review has say because they always defend the big issue to look for on that point is whether they keep calling him amnesty dawn's these was going to be talking about tonight is immigrationist milan time gov chris hang on a second me do this speechwriter and senior policy adviser stephen miller health after the speech and it will reflect his belief that mr trump is the leader of a global populist movements the democrats have selected massachusetts congressman joseph kennedy a third to deliver the official party response but i made very slow that's major garrett a cbs news agency bs but chris donald trump's speech was written in very large part by stephen miller who is himself the nazi whose himself need torius anti immigrant make america white again guy so donald trump is going to guilt give alana fireandbrimstone about the illegals in the wall and they need the border wall insecurity and all of this kind of stuff they're bringing drugs meant is a anyway that's with stephen miller rights for the guy puts it up on the teleprompter trump mouths it uh but he's going offer a pathway to citizenship a.
"chris donald" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The new year and already there have been eleven school shootings across the nation in elementary high school and college campuses the most recent and deadliest one happened just this past week in western kentucky at marshall county high school with two students were killed and eighteen were injured chris donald is a pastor in marion kentucky it's about forty miles away from the site of the shooting but kids from his church play sports against the kids from marshall county high this past wednesday passed a mcdonald held an evening vigil for the community at his church everybody very every ordered you know crime for the bent on praying for the families living on the walls children and the spurs equate incurs people weren't reserve this is not something god call and that we need to keep our faith in the all of the and look for answers plus an adult spoke to his complication about the shooter to uh string curtain b though it's not a time to hate the young land that big deal you know obviously he's laden he made some sun and loves a good place to start the shooting in marshall county was the tenth school shooting this year two days later in mobile alabama again was fired in high school them noone was injured that shooting brought the total this year to eleven pasta mcdonald's says you know it's kind of want them when you hear about a ham strikes away it's scary but when it's the next county over and how different view as the community continues to mourn pasta mcdonald says his door is always open while we help a lot of people on a long different warrior now we're here to help that's pastor chris mcdonald of life in christ church in marion kentucky the fbi has been embroiled lately in a controversy involving one of its agents and a justice department lawyer working on the investigations during the 2016 presidential election cycle some republicans say that the fbi is tainted with prejudice against president trump while democrats are defending the bureau as to professional for politics so we thought we'd ask for a little look back at the bureau's history with the man we call professor ron you may know him as npr's senior editor and correspondent one open if you grew up in the.
"chris donald" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Was because this is like the differentiate us assert dump kids roth and instead a set of one is there any those guys have been buddies their entire life oh yeah it's so funny now here he's going to ask him was never part you guys both trade out for for this or do you remember any of the things that your vision for the best one and in retrospect one that hurts me still to this day we didn't we weren't sure what it was because they told us that it was a secret projects and so we okay they can switch obviously kind of a dummy generic seen about a you were a kid who wanted to i don't know the breeze give access or something anyway the point we we go down there and we're about to be and then we get into the room they tell us we didn't want anyone to know about this and you need to keep it secret but this is actually in addition for timber miss making a movie of bat and mr speaker robert so we both additions for robin and we were both pretty sure we got the park the elevator abreu both like it norfield's i wish that he had got all the old john is wow didn't get the job wasn't a robin in the bell there in that have not using a good guess they ended up deciding who was and be an ambiguous relationship i really a big man a legend if one of those guys play robin in the original batman movie the lame burden way isn't that something yeah well chris donald ended up playing robin in batman forever roy was served movie yes nuts him burton but uh what could have been but could advantage and then what happened last night is jimmy kimmel on board a comic book had a comic book story when forty years ago.
"chris donald" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Of a long answer because it requires somewhat of a long answer arts let me make sure we got the question right chris donald trump is saying he's going to stop payments under the affordable care act and effectively reckitt and you're wondering how he can do that they directly article here goes first of all as a general proposition congress can and some times does give the executive the president the power to withhold some monies under certain circumstances foreign aid for example hit the president has to certify that a kung tree is making progress on improving with a with human rights right so a if a if the president says this nation nation x is not improving in its human rights treatment i'm going to withhold this grant of fifteen million dollars whatever so sometimes congress gives the president that power to the discretion to simply with hold uh you know the the the money however that's not our situation here that's not our situation here we have a unique situation here so chris here goes or hit in the original affordable care act there was an important crucial ambiguity and here it is president obama took the position legally took the position that the affordable care act itself authorizes these subsidies that's what we're talking about here causal sharing payments were talking about subsidies and it's it's it's it's millions and millions of dollars a month that go from the federal government to health insurance companies to perc said.
"chris donald" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The interview as requested jeff bennett npr news washington americans are more confident about the economy than they've been in sixteen years says npr's chris donald reports that's the latest word out today from the commerce department you have to go all the way back to two thousand and wanted to see a reading this high for people's confidence about the current state of the economy when you factor in where they think the economy will be in six months that's also near a sixteen year high analysts say more people are feeling good because job observers zero defied the unemployment rate is very well which as 44 percent still that confidence is not translating into a boom in consumer spending as many americans are still saving more than shoring up their finances after the recession and the housing crash chris arnold npr news the dow is up one hundred and thirty points this is and pr from kqed news i'm brian watt there's no rest for the weary us attorney general jeff sessions president trump's after him on twitter and senator dianne feinstein is calling for sessions to appear before the senate judiciary committee after reports he misled the committee about his meetings with russian officials he qe he's california politics and government desk reporter guy marsha roddy has more sessions had previously told the judiciary committee that discussions he had last year with russia's ambassador to the us didn't have anything to do with donald trump's campaign for president last week the washington post reported that intelligence intercepts show sessions in the nba masseter did discuss trump's policy positions on russia find signed the ranking democrat on the judiciary committee said today that it would be a quote grave breach of trust if sessions gave false testimony she wants sessions to come before the committee in august or september and testify for the first time since his confirmation on mars prodi kqed news more than five hundred employees of a facebook subcontractor now have union representation for their work in the company's cafeterias unite unite here local nineteen says it hopes to increase wages and make health benefits more affordable for workers but lined up sangyul rashid says it's not just about the paycheck ardour really world who feel united routed reward are warned to be reporter you know more.