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 Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 8 hrs ago

Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

"The giants behind a solid defense picked up a thirteen to seven win over the eagles earlier this week the giants fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett but the defense was the key to victory forcing Philadelphia into four turnovers eagles cornerback Jalen hurts fourteen of thirty one only a hundred and twenty nine yards he tossed three interceptions giant's quarterback Daniel Jones running plays called by offensive assistant coach Freddie kitchens was nineteen of thirty two hundred and two yards and a touchdown pass to Chris Myrick giants foreign seven Philly now five and seven might

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 Suns extend win streak to 16 with 113-107 victory over Nets

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

Suns extend win streak to 16 with 113-107 victory over Nets

"The sons of run their winning streak to sixteen games by downing the nets one thirteen one oh seven Phoenix never trailed and led by as many as twenty two before improving to seventeen and three Devin Booker scored thirty points a Chris Paul had twenty two for the sun's core one away from tying the longest winning streak in team history Paul added eight assists and five rebounds becoming the first player in NBA history to reach twenty thousand points ten thousand a system five thousand rebounds you gain you know we get opportunity to to have fun hello so we don't keep taking it one game at a time and I got said and will join a moments because

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Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 d ago

Kraken beat Panthers 4-1, deny Florida home-ice win record

"The Panthers were unable to set an NHL record for consecutive home wins to start the season the streak stalled added eleven games as Jordan Everly scored twice and Chris greeter made thirty three saves against his former team leading the expansion crack into a four one victory over the Panthers Ryan Donato Jimmy Alexis also had goals and Janice don score had two assists for the crack it who are facing Florida for the first time Patrick Corbin Chris had the goal for Florida and Spencer knight stopped twenty three shots in defeat I'm Dave very

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 Booker, Suns extend win streak to 15, beat Knicks 118-97

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 d ago

Booker, Suns extend win streak to 15, beat Knicks 118-97

"Devin Booker scored thirty two points in the sun's ran their winning streak to fifteen games by blasting the next one eighteen ninety seven Booker was fourteen of twenty seven from the field making four three pointers to help Phoenix beat New York for the seventh straight time Chris Paul had fourteen points and ten assists for the sons who tied the second longest winning streak in team history the Andre eight and finished with fourteen points and thirteen boards in the win Phoenix's two off the team record winning streak said in two thousand six oh seven Kemba Walker scored seventeen points for the Knicks I'm

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The Incredible True Story of Squanto

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:09 min | 3 d ago

The Incredible True Story of Squanto

"In 1608 before any ships before any people settled in what's now Massachusetts, I never knew this, because we all know that the Mayflower landed there in 1620. Chris, you knew that? I did at one point in my life. Right. So 1620 is when the pilgrims land at Plymouth. Sorry. But I always assumed growing up that that's the first time that anybody came to like what's Massachusetts. But I found out that's not the case. And the story of squanto, which I'm going to tell right now, which just wait, wait till you hear this. It starts in 1608, and it turns out that English trading ships would travel from Europe from England to Iceland, Greenland make their way down Nova Scotia all the way down and they would trade with the natives. Now I never knew that. So the natives were familiar with English sailors coming and trading and giving them knives and pots and pans and they would give them pelts and whatever. And they would trade. I never knew this. Well, in 1608, a group, a group, a ship led by a captain hunt lands or drops anchor off of what is today Plymouth Massachusetts. And the braves come down to the shore to trade with them as they've done before. Well, just so happens that this captain hunt was a bad man, and instead of trading with the braves, they whack them over the head, put them in the long boat, take them out to the ship, throw them in the hold, sail to malaga, Spain and sell them into slavery. This is 1608, one of the braves was a 12 year old. Boy named tisquantum. Now this is true story. This is all documented. I've done the research. Others have done the research. It's true. So he has bought by some kindly friars, who seemed to treat him well. Teach him the Christian religion, and this is the part that we'll never know how this happened. But they arrange for him to be freed and to travel to London. Now imagine from malaga Spain to London. So this is an Indian from what is today Massachusetts, a Native American, a patuxent, makes its way to London with the idea, and this is where it's crazy of getting back across the Atlantic to go back home. I know. It's like being on the moon and saying, so when's the next ship going back? There's no next ship going back. What are you talking about? But I guess the idea was not insane. He worked in London from what is it around 1612, 1613 for four or 5 years with a family called slany. This is all documented. This Indian named squanto to squantum learns the English language. He's there when he's there when Queen Elizabeth is on the throne, we're talking Shakespeare is writing his play. So he's in London. This Massachusetts Indian, and this is years before the pilgrims ever get to Plymouth rock, crazy, right? In 1618, I believe 1619, a ship is found. For him to go back to his home. And he's going to translate obviously because he knows the language. He's going to be on the ship working with these English as they're stopping, you know, and he's going to be doing the translating and so on and so forth. So somehow he gets passage on a ship. The ship ends up having to spend the winter in I can't remember if it was Iceland or Greenland. It's in my book. Where does it say? Newfoundland now, hold on a second. Anyway, the point is that it took them quite a while to get there, right? So they basically, no, it was Newfoundland. Sorry. They spend the winter in Newfoundland. And then the next spring, this is like 1619, they bring him to what's now the coast of Massachusetts drop him off. Thank you very much. Goodbye. This sounds crazy, right? This is document. This is a true story. So a year plus before the pilgrims land. This Indian has made the journey from Plymouth to Spain to London, spans 5 years London, learns the English language, learns the ways the English, and then ends up back where he started. He finds his way on foot to the village, which is right where Plymouth is today, right? Village where his Indian, where his family is, they have all been wiped out. In ten years, he's dreamed about getting home, he's dreamed about returning. He's dreamed for ten years. He's thought in his mind of doing the impossible to get all the way back

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Kreider, Rooney lift Rangers to 4-1 win against Islanders

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 4 d ago

Kreider, Rooney lift Rangers to 4-1 win against Islanders

"Chris Kreider has fifteen goals already this season after netting two more in the Rangers for one verdict over the islanders post pretty complex training the right areas Rosalyn there's five of five or on the calendar our platinum plan some absolutely incredible on the scale Kevin Rooney also scored twice against the Isles who have dropped seven straight in regulation since a five a one to stretch Igor she started may twenty saves as the Rangers won for the sixth time in seven games the Blueshirts also dropped their arch rivals to a one three eight U. B. S. arena India draft got the AL's within two to one early in the third period but New York one oh for six on the power play I'm Dave Ferrie

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Booker scores 35, Suns win 14th straight, beat Cavs 120-115

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 d ago

Booker scores 35, Suns win 14th straight, beat Cavs 120-115

"The sons of stretch their winning streak to fourteen games is Devin Booker and Chris Paul carried them to a one twenty one fifteen victory at Cleveland Booker finished with thirty five points and Paul hit four free throws over the final eight point eight seconds to help Phoenix keep the winning streak alive Paul finished with seventeen points and twelve assists we try not to get too high try not to get too low and we control we control and we we talk about everything you know what I like no I no guessing you know how this guy feels and it's it's nice to be with a group like you they'll McGee added thirteen points and twelve rebounds in twenty minutes off the bench the Cavaliers dropped their fifth in a row despite Jared Allen's twenty five points and eleven rebounds I'm Dave Ferrie

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Maybe Joe Biden Was Smart to Pick Kamala Harris as VP

Mark Levin

01:27 min | 4 d ago

Maybe Joe Biden Was Smart to Pick Kamala Harris as VP

"EPO I always quarrel with people who say you know Biden stupid Biden stupid but not actually Biden may be the most maniacally smart politician we've seen in some time because he picked her I mean you think about it Clearly the man doesn't have his faculties He just turned 79 years old He can barely put together a coherent sentence because God knows what's going on in that adult brain of his And there's no I'm sorry There is no possible way he's running for reelection in 24 And people are already sort of like you know it's like what's the old Chris Rock joke when he would go into a neighborhood and people would pick up their phones and down 9 one and then just wait right People are just they're sitting there with their hand on the Twenty-fifth Amendment button Just waiting to push it because he's so close to just completely losing it in front of all of us And yet the one thing that is looming there The one major decision Joe Biden made before he was elected anything They always say the first most important decision of future president makes is who is running mate is going to be Who will be the vice president who does he pick Prices have gone up And families and individuals are dealing with the realities of that bread costs more the gas cost more She is the greatest presidential insurance policy of all time

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Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 5 d ago

Brian Laundrie died of self-inflicted gunshot wound, attorney says

"A medical examiner in Florida has determined the cause of death for the boyfriend of slain travel blogger Gabby potato officials say Brian laundry who was found dead last month in a swampy Florida nature preserve shot himself in the head the Sarasota county medical examiner says it was suicide an attorney for his family says Chris and Roberta are still mourning the loss of their son and are hopeful these findings bring closure to both families laundry had been the subject of a manhunt as investigators search for clues in the slaying of his girlfriend Gabby potato in Wyoming during their cross country band trip laundry was named a person of interest in her strangulation death but he wasn't charged a warrant was issued for his use of her bank card after the twenty two year old woman was reported missing hi

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Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 5 d ago

Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got back on the winning track after two straight losses by defeating the New York Giants thirty to ten Tom Brady threw for three hundred seven yards including touchdown passes to Chris Godwin and Mike Evans it was seven seventy second career touchdown breaking the franchise record formerly held by running back Mike Alstott giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw two interceptions each of which led to a Tampa Bay field goal the only highlight of the night for New York was a touchdown pass from Jones to tackle eligible Andrew Thomas I'm Tom Aikens

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Firm Tied to Hunter Biden Brokered $3.8B Deal for Cobalt Mines to Chinese Company

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | 5 d ago

Firm Tied to Hunter Biden Brokered $3.8B Deal for Cobalt Mines to Chinese Company

"Hunter Biden's firm helped Chinese company purchase rich cobalt mine in $3.8 billion deal. In investment firm that counts Hunter Biden among founder, its founders helped the Chinese company purchase one of the world's most lucrative cobalt mines from an American company. Biden established the firm, bohai harvest RST, equity investment fund management, with two other Americans and some Chinese partners in 2013. Hear that? Hunter Biden? Started a firm with Chinese partners in 2013. No, no, no, but hey, the real problem? Is moms and Grand Junction that show up at school board meetings? Who get their entire house searched by FBI agents? The American members controlled 30% of the Shanghai based operation and served on the board. I'm reading from Fox News dot com. The company notably completed a deal in 2016 that saw a Congo cobalt and copper mine transfer from an American company to a Chinese outfit. For the sum of $2.65 billion. Bhr served as a minority stakeholder to buy out around $1.1 billion of shares from London mining of Canada, who owned a portion of the Congo mine. Chris Clark, a lawyer for Biden, says he no longer holds any interest directly or indirectly in either VHR or scans. But Chinese business records reviews reviewed by Fox News in April 2021 showed that Hunter Biden continued to hold a 10% Chinese private equity firm stake in ball high harvest RST equity investment fund management through hunters, company.

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Chiefs lean on D to stuff Prescott, Cowboys in 19-9 win

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Chiefs lean on D to stuff Prescott, Cowboys in 19-9 win

"After starting the year three and for the Kansas city chiefs of one four in a row after nineteen two nine one of the Dallas Cowboys the chiefs defense led by Chris Jones who had three and a half sacks limited the cowboys to three field goals I think this is the first time within four weeks where we had all our guys healthy and able to mention play together that's a huge part for us as a defense both cheese touchdowns were scored on the ground running back Clyde Edwards a layer was activated from injured reserve and scored the second touchdown to give the chiefs a sixteen to three halftime lead Greg Echlin Kansas city

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Eric Reminisces About His Friendship With Larry David

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last week

Eric Reminisces About His Friendship With Larry David

"We continue now with Eric's interview at the Babylon B we'll have to ask, because you said that you were friends with Larry David at one point? Yes, at dinner, his apartment. When I was writing the hero pieces, the Atlantic monthly published a couple of them. And there was a humor reading. So it was like 1987 and somebody got me to do a humor reading with Roz chast's husband you know Roz chast, The New Yorker cartoonist, whatever. Her husband did some stuff, and there was somebody else. I can't remember, but I was one of these like two or three people who like in a basement in New York did a comedy reading. And this friend of mine that I met at one of these writers colony says, you got to meet my friend Larry. He will love you. He loves you and he's so funny. He's one of these before he became famous. Like right before. So he came and he loved what I did like the humor pieces. I think these fewer pieces are on my website, Eric and Texas dot com air contacts dot com. Eric and Texas dot com. But the humor pieces are still there. And so anyway, so we became friends and he really loved what I was doing, and he connected me with his manager whom he eventually married, and she was only taking she had him. She had Chris Elliott. You know, like, really, I was like, I've made it now. Yeah. And then I became a born again Christian and I threw it all in the garbage. I burned all of that with my elo albums and all that satanic stuff. Because humors of the devil. No, I never really overtly turned away from it. I just kind of drifted away. But so Larry and I became friends. I remember he had a dinner party in his apartment, and the actual Kramer came in. But at the time, I didn't realize he was the actual Kramer. Did you know he was racist? Or not so funny? That's a funny question. That's a funny question. I would kill to meet Michael Richards. I just love that man so much. But yeah, so I think when I became like a conservative Jesus freak, Larry David probably had problems

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The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

Mark Levin

01:39 min | Last week

The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election

"Tom milanowski Democrat New Jersey Lauren Underwood Democrat Illinois Sidney axe need Democrat Iowa Abigail spanberger Democrat Virginia Conner lamb Democrat Pennsylvania Carolyn Bordeaux Democrat Georgia Ron kind Democrat Wisconsin Lizzie pennell Fletcher Democrat Texas Hele Stevens Democrat Michigan Tom O'Leary Democrat Arizona Sheri bustos Democrat Illinois Matt Cartwright Democrat Pennsylvania Jimmy Gomez Democrat California Susie Lee Democrat Nevada Susan wild Democrat Pennsylvania Kim schrier Democrat Washington state Elise a slot Nick Democrat Michigan Stephen horsford Democrat Nevada Chris Pappas Democrat New Hampshire Colin allred Democrat Texas Elaine lauria Democrat Virginia Mike Levin Democrat California Charlie Crist Democrat Florida Peter defazio Democrat Oregon Tim Ryan Democrat Ohio And as they say the Amnesty provisions in the filibuster proof reconciliation package which only needs majority support the

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Will GOP Messaging About Election Integrity Help or Hurt Republicans?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:29 min | Last week

Will GOP Messaging About Election Integrity Help or Hurt Republicans?

"So last night, Mike lindell sat down with president Trump. For a 40 minute interview. And you know, the mainstream media dismissed it, barely covered it, ridiculed it. But I wanted to ask you, I want to bring it to you. And I want to talk a little bit about Mike and former president Trump and you. I want to talk about that continuation of putting your neck out there and saying that something was wrong with November of 2020. We've got to get that fixed. And or we may never know. We may never win another election. Chris Christie has emerged. As a guy who clearly, at least, I think, as of today, wants to run for president in 2024. And the former New Jersey governor has the approach of we can't look backwards. We got to look forward. We got to make the our political opponents be Biden and the Democrats, not one another. Republicans shouldn't turn on Republicans, and he's got a very stern and harsh assessment of president Trump's behavior on January 6th. He just thinks the president should have been more forceful in condemning the rioters. He tried to reach the president. He says, numerous times, they wouldn't take his call. And, you know, I'm sure he's going to get a lot of flack for that. But I want to play some of this interview. Because I want to talk a little bit about whether or not you think it's a good approach because right now, Republicans seem to be in the driver's seat. We've got a divided government. We have a divided nation, we've got a lot of polls showing that the Democrats are underwater. And it seems to be almost a foregone conclusion. That we're going to take back the house of the Senate next year. Nothing is guaranteed, but it sure seems like it. So the question becomes, as president Trump continues, his messaging about election integrity will that help or hurt

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Panthers lose Barkov to injury, but stay unbeaten at home

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last week

Panthers lose Barkov to injury, but stay unbeaten at home

"The Panthers route the road weary islanders six to one to remain unbeaten at home Florida got goals from Jonathan Huberdeau Ryan Lomberg Patric Hornqvist Aaron Ekblad Frank Vatrano and Carter Hagee our teams are tied and I mean yeah Chris have so many good players on the team so much that the Panthers chased a Sorkin from the under not with four goals on seventeen shots in the first period Semyon Varlamov finished the game Kyle palmeri got the lone New York goal on a brighter note the islanders and the NHL second longest road trip lasted thirteen games through twelve cities in four time zones the Panthers snapped a four game winless streak with their eighth home win I'm more in Ruston

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Critical Race Theory Defender Tells Parents He's Got 1,000 Soldiers 'Locked and Loaded'

The Dan Bongino Show

02:02 min | Last week

Critical Race Theory Defender Tells Parents He's Got 1,000 Soldiers 'Locked and Loaded'

"And with spokesman like this guy for critical race theory I mean what could possibly go wrong So Jim cue up for me cut 6 So this guy apparently is some activist according to what I saw online His name is Malik Austin and he loves critical racism theory That's what it is I call it critical racism training CRT He loves critical racism training Malik Austin So he went to a bunch of school by school board meeting apparently in front of a bunch of Fort Worth parents And you know with advocates like this for critical racism training you know you wonder why the Democrats got smoked I mean this guy's just terrific He says and I quote I want you to listen to this coming up He says he has over a thousand soldiers ready to go Locked and loaded Locked Locked and loaded I thought the hat tip Chris roof on Twitter by the way I thought we were the domestic terrorists What's happening to this guy The FBI investigated is there Merrick Garland memo Of course not He's probably gonna get a contributor job but MSNBC But check it out you can hear it for yourself The audio is not that great at sun gym's fault It was just taking off an iPhone Here's Malik Austin pro critical race theory proponent telling parents he's got his soldiers locked and loaded check this out We're not the board If you want to talk to me I'd be happy to talk to you Time Time Bye There you go Pro critical race theory guy Says he's got a thousand soldiers locked and

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Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Closing Arguments: What We Learned

The Dan Bongino Show

02:13 min | Last week

Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Closing Arguments: What We Learned

"You agree to keep getting sucked in by this rittenhouse trial So bigger the prosecutor is wrapping up his closing arguments and he keeps saying things that are so beyond stupid they're hard to believe it's coming out of the mouth of a person over the age of 12 Listen I don't know the guy personally I mean he was handed a turd sandwich and he had to make it work as a case but he just said something so crazy You know no less than an hour ago he was talking about how rittenhouse doesn't have the right to self defense because he was in possession of a gun at the scene and now he's claiming that gross croy so I always butchered his name who approached rittenhouse self admittedly with a gun in his hand and admitted to pointing it out his face is now the real self defender like it's a new DC Comics self defenders What is he talking about I mean did he not understand there was the jury scene video of this Repeatedly I just called Jenna Ellis One of my favorite attorneys won a president Trump's former attorneys during the break And I said you gotta come on Give me your perception at two 30 of what's going on here with this case Because it just keeps sucking me in I know there's a thousand things going on to border inflation The China situation A thousand things going on right now The interview with the BLM guy this weekend Steve Bannon But this is really serious stuff I mean he just seriously tried to make the case No less than an hour ago that rittenhouse this is not a case of self defense because rittenhouse had a gun And now he's claiming they're not stupid They just just now he's claiming they gauge gross the guy who approached rittenhouse went to fire him in his hand was somehow engaged in an act of self defense an act of self defense by chasing him down While rittenhouse is sitting down on the street getting attacked by a mom you're like wait so that's self defense but what rittenhouse did to fend off the mob isn't This is just Chris is crazy pills time All right before I get to Jenna in the case And Jim Mike keep your eye keep your ears on this case You hear any other gems like that from binger Let me know I mean this guy really I mean he needs to find a new career after this Maybe retraining take the pee away at HP project management test or something Try something different This is legal thing bro it's not for you Yeah learn to code Learning will be bad for that Learn the code immediately You get a coding degree or something This legal stuff

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"chris e." Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

04:50 min | Last month

"chris e." Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And start the season, knowing everything that we do like idiots like me know it and rustle Westbrook doesn't accidentally set one ball screen for a guy who's destroyed the entire league running three one inverted pick and rolls for 20 freaking years, not one. Now, Chris, let's calm down. Let's calm down. The Lakers shot 9 of 19 from the foul line. Anthony Davis was two 7. They make four more free throws to the whole discussion is different. Taylor Horton Tucker hurt Trevor is a hurt when Ellington hurt. Kendrick nun who I think would be a very big part of their team hurt. Anthony Davis, awesome. LeBron James awesome. Russell Westbrook will be better. I think the Lakers are playing Phoenix in like 7, ten hours. I don't know. They'll probably win everything will be fine. So I'm not going to overreact to that loss, but that Russ, that Russ, the Lakers are not getting out of the west with that Russ. That Russ, that Russ, and I said this at the time of the trade. Ultimately, I don't think there's that much difference between Russ and buddy healed and keeping KCP in keeping Schroeder because LeBron and AD are everything. But all things considered, I'd rather have gone the buddy healed, keeping KCP keeping Schroeder a little bit because the fit is just so much cleaner. That Russ, they're not getting out of the west with that. You shoot yourself out of a series with that. And we've seen that happen before. But, I mean, it goes back. We've had this conversation before. Third stars, you think about how much attention the first two attract AD LeBron, the sort of way that they can play off of each other is two stars together. You want your third start in a lot of cases if you've got Steph and KD and you're blessed to have those two. You've got clay because it's someone that makes you pay when they're away from the ball when they're not involved in the play. Scrambles the defense when you get the ball to them because they can't leave that person open. Ray Allen, Chris Bosh, who when you look at statistically just at the numbers, it was a different time in the NBA at the time. But Chris Bosh was not a knockdown three point shooter. You know, it's more of a mid range guy that could really hurt you at the elbows. But guys that can hurt you with the threat of a jump shot. Russ can't do that. Russ that's the default defense of position you want to take with Russ is that you dare him to shoot. The backboard, the backboard is threatened by his jump shot. The backboard is like you said that to me. It's not that it's wrong, but damn. So I mean, I part of the reason I went in on the Rus trade and then I kind of stopped as far as like I did write one piece on it, basically saying, I don't know about this. But then I stopped because I'm like, okay, it's beating a dead horse, but also I trust it most of the people in the NBA that are running their teams doing their stuff. It's kind of what you said. That they're smarter than I am. Because you and I know this, like, we know that Russ does not fit there as constructed as we know Russ's game to be. So I'm thinking, man, you're gonna spend the whole off season really trying to kind of work with Russ and kind of talk him through what you absolutely have to have out of him. You have to. And granted, like you said, injuries that they had, poor performance at the line. First game with the relatively new team while playing against a team that, you know, some new pieces, but these are mostly guys that have been there and the warriors rotation. But it was just exactly what I worried about what I expected when you got Russ that you know he's not moving much off the ball. He's not really going to cut and slash. He's not going to set any screens. That's the nightmare she's not going to help your defense. He's not going to help your defense much. And my thought if you do see more of this, and I just said this on my own podcast on open floor. Sports Illustrated. At some point, they won't do it because there's too many egos involved, and I don't imagine that Frank Vogel wants to have this conversation. Rust would be better off their bench. And it's just the truth. Because you wouldn't, you wouldn't be pulling the ball out of LeBron's hands and have him just standing there. And run a less efficient version of whatever you would have run with LeBron and you don't have rush just standing. They're not being a threat to anybody other than the backboard. Like that would be the better play and then you sprinkle Russ into those rotations with AD and LeBron then later at times, but you let him run the show when you don't have a creator of his capability and the second unit. That would be the answer. It's too early to really introduce it loudly, full throatedly, but I said throw it to the word. But I don't know if you can do it this soon. Obviously, you wouldn't do it this soon. They'll win, and then it won't be an issue. But if he's gonna put up performances like that, where he's not moving, that would be more useful to what they're doing. It probably would be more useful anyway. Even if they're successful somewhat successful with this, playing him with your second unit frees rust to be more what he is and what he wants to do..

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"chris e." Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:57 min | Last month

"chris e." Discussed on The Lowe Post

"I never thought I would miss Jeff Green in my life, but he's really doing well E paid a great opening game for Denver. The nets will be fine. The nets are still my chance. I can't back up. I'm not just gonna back off after one game. They're gonna be fine. Everything's fine, but it would be nice if Kyrie would participate in the endeavor of basketball, but that's a whole separate bottle of X. I will say the bucks, everything I said about the bucks in the off season about how I think winning was just going to imbue them with an emboldened confidence and force. I really thought that manifested in the first game. They played with incredible downhill force and confidence in that opening game and it was almost jarring the contrast between them and the nets who have a little bit of a softness on defense that I think they're going to have to overcome in the bucks were just like fierce and forceful. You know what I mean? Oh, no, absolutely. I mean, a lot of that, you could imagine we come from just Giannis, too, where it's so interesting too, because he's kind of gone back and forth on this. I know, you don't want to hold someone to what they say in the very moment right after they went a title. But he was saying if I never do anything more than this, you know, I'm content, you can't take this from us, which is true, but also it didn't take very long for him to start saying I want more. And I'm hungry. But also, you know, it's just kind of the way he's wired. And so you knew that he was going to come back really confident. And I feel like this group should be doing that. Even if even if they win fewer games this year, which they don't strike me as a team that is going to take their foot off the pedal too much, I think it'll probably just be more because drew and Chris Middleton had long summers after the finals run. They were in the Olympics. So they could win fewer games this year, but I think that confidence is there regardless. And they do, it is interesting. They lost PJ Tucker, but this is a team that has a physicality interrupt this to it. I think that that is something that I think sometimes those teams that are newer that are kind of super teams because they're built around guys that by nature, you don't want them, you know, doing American gladiator type stuff because they're back skies that they can't have a softness to them. So it is interesting to think about that in relation to Brooklyn. I loved American gladiators, by the way. What was your favorite American gladiators event? I didn't watch it. I don't actually know anything about it. Just figured it would be a nice buzzword to throw in your podcast. You never have seen American gladiators? I don't think I have. Oh my God. I think it was also a little bit before months. I'm though. Yes, for the older people in my audience, my favorite American gladiators event for all the older people was when they had to shoot tennis balls at a target very far away while gladiators were shooting tennis balls at them and they had to hide behind stuff. That was my favorite one. Anyway, then I don't feel so old. On NBA today the other day, we had a moment where genet was talking about Carmelo Anthony, making the top 75 lists. And I had carmela on my ballot. I know there was some controversy whether he did. I just don't think you can be in the top ten all time in scoring and not be on the ballot. I have come out Anthony. Holy cow does George Carl have some qualms about Carmelo Anthony, but he belongs. Anyway, Chennai said to Malika, members of the younger generation, like me and you, Malika, and I'm sitting right there, like, wow. I know I'm an old man, but that's a little cold. No, you're not. No, you're not. I don't even know. Oh, so the one thing I will be watching every time the bucks play the nets is who guards Durant. And their answer in the first game was mostly Chris was mostly Chris Middleton. Middleton did okay. I just don't think that's a tenable matchup in the I mean, it's tenable because anything's tenable and Chris competes. But the height he's giving up and the ease with which KD, you can just shoot over him. I just don't, I feel like that's not the answer, but maybe that's the only answer they have. This will come across as a seemingly silly question, but I think it's a smart one because they did it last year. Do you feel like they're capable of getting someone at the trade deadline who can do it? I mean, that's how they kind of survived last year. Or to some extent, Durant, obviously towards them last year as well. But they did have someone to take up those minutes to try to do it. I can't think about the trade deadline yet. It's too soon to think about the trade deadline. My brain is just wrapping around that I've got to watch all these games again. I will say they do have an interesting answer in Giannis that for understandable reasons they're not super psyched to use. They use Giannis on Jimmy Butler and he just completely enveloped him like some sort of Venus flytrap. But in the playoffs, but KD's Katie's a different piece. I just think that's, I guess they play three more times. I'm going to be either two or three or more times I haven't checked the schedule. I'm going to be watching that matchup every game they play. Yeah. And I think, honestly, whenever you get teams like Brooklyn, where you've got so many guys that are in there, you know, who knows how Aldrich does and whether all just makes it through the season just as well. With his issues and stuff like that. I feel like what you've got teams with three max guys, they go through a whole lot of metamorphosis over the course of the season anyway, where they're going to they're going to change. And so I could see it being between that or harden's health, or Katie's health, the idea that the matchups are going to look totally different. From one to the other. And even with the Miami matchup, so Miami just won that in a blowout against Milwaukee, but Milwaukee wasn't playing half their rotation. And so I wonder what all you're going to be able to take from some of that from some of those matchups? What do you think of the heat game one? I was very curious to see how this team looked, what rotations they played. I like them. I mean, I really like them as a playoff team. I'm a little worried about their depth in the regular season. And they killed the bucks last night, so who cares about their depth last night, but what struck you about them in their first game with Kyle Lowry and couple things? Tucker. Couple things. Lowry, I think made one shot. Obviously, didn't need a whole lot of his offense last night..

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"chris e." Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

06:12 min | 3 months ago

"chris e." Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Hey guys welcome to another episode of view from the cheap seats. We love doing the show. We love talking about sports. I mean we're always rainy. And i are always in a situation where there are times. We've got a lot of work that we're doing and we're working on dump people town which is our other podcast. Which if you're not tuned into that please check it out. Work on our patriot. We work on other things but when it comes down to it we love checking in with how we feel about sports and checking in with some really great sports minds and this week we have a great one. He has a phenomenal show on sirius. Radio siriusxm called full ride. He's the host of that co host along with rick new heisel his name chris. Childers i argue. He is one of the best voices. Radio is a young boys but he is nominal. he's been on this show before an in crushed it in many ways. So i'm very excited to talk about the couch landscape. What he's excited about an i patriot. Fans he's gonna tell you which teams he thinks that are right now out of the top twenty five that are gonna be in the top ten which teams in the top ten is going to bounce out and he's gonna tell you three games to watch out for this year. That's only on our page on. But first we talk about. We'll keep it sort of in the world of football and in the world of former great college football players. And we talk about. Tim tebow tim. Tebow got cut. Got cut relief. Jacksonville jacksonville state. They killed his football career as a tight end before it even got started. I know it's and it was his career and it was. It's not short. It's his choice his life right. We're talking. I'll take that choice away from So his old college coach urban meyer. Who coached him at florida and then went on to ohio state to be one of the most successful college. Football coaches ever including brilliant stint at utah is trying to make the leap into the nfl. Very difficult to do guys very difficult to do all that cronyism of college football. The fact that. Tim tebow was a great quarterback friend. Let's not mince words. Tim tebow was one of the best college football players ever. He was up there. In the same way that christian leitner was one of the best college basketball players ever. It doesn't mean you're gonna be a great pro. He proved that he could not be a great quarterback in the nfl. Didn't give dan ackroyd averse to sing. And we are the world. They gave him some background saying standing back. But tim tebow had dad his stint in the nfl and then laughed and tried to play baseball and then left and try to do some announcing and then left and now you know urban meyer somehow thought magically a guy who couldn't make it in the nfl was now going to come back and be a tight end on his team. I would argue that. His attempt to be a tight end was a longer shot than him trying to make it as a baseball player. Yeah because what you realize is you. There's a viral clip going around of him. Not knowing how to block someone or literally blocking on the way jan. I would block somebody if we went out to aren't like an elbow and then he fell down right and the guy moved like an inch. Now it's it's become a viral video. And the way randy. And i look at it as almost the way we look at. Stand up comedy when we see someone like when i saw someone who was trying to do. Stand up comedy even like some jeremy piven who has done successful stuff on tv. He's telling a long story. I get into the judge jokes quick enough. I'm like he's not. Let's not focus on the fact that he is not seasoned commun- let's focus on the fact. That comedy is hard. It's hard so i'm gonna say the same thing about the. Nfl is hard. Look at him with his shirt off. You look at him wandering around. Donna's the guys like cut like this guy should be a great. nfl player. Well it's not just about how you look. It's not how much weight you've lifted. It's not the shape you've got in your body and he's still in his twenties so like yeah all great in our twin. But it's almost like the same argument. So now i i think differently about the argument with their like. Oh lebron could be a tight end today. I don't know if he could be a tight end today. I don't know can do the blocking. Yeah 'cause the blocking is part of it you know you're on the route does what he's doing that navy. I mean the tim tebow experiment it ended up in flames and it also to me. It speaks to how i. I'm not sure. Urban meyer is going to do well as a coach in the nfl simply because he made the tibo decision. That's not a decision. You make in your. That's a decision you make after like year. Two or three when you're playing with house money. When you've got jacksonville back into contention and people like mad whatever. Urban meyer's can do. He can do no wrong. And trevor lawrence was a little shaky now. We don't know what he's going to be when he when he gets his feet under him and starts understand. This created league. He could be good but so far he hasn't looked like a world. Beater gardner menchu. I saved you all the way. Human but urban meyer has a long way to go. He's definitely not in a mid tier and the top. You point to the tebow decision like you play that one with your heart and you should have played it with your head. I don't even know where tim tebow goes from here because he clearly is a guy who needs to be in the spotlight. Some people say go back to announcing he was okay and then i'll take it as an announcer because he's a loved. I probably be a right wing. Politician sure role life politicians acid florida. That he could be a congressman from gainesville. If wants to you that really want to do that. Or he could celebrity box either. Logan or Jake paul yeah. That's like his next celebrity boxing. Celebrity boxing is his next heavy scott. He's in shape. Could he do it. He could be the next great celebrity box and boxer. He's bought about twenty five to forty to fifty now. I think you should celebrity. Box barbara boxer. That'd be unbelievable to me. That's the call than it adds politics. It's celebrity boxing. I would do barbara a series. Where barbara boxer gave her analysis on some of the greatest female fighters of all time including christy martin. I watched that documentary on netflix. Which was amazing. Okay deal with the devil. Boxers boxer on boxers. That'd be amazing sponsored. By mac walden. They make great boxers. They do it all right. Let's take a break. We come back. Chris childers is here and then later on the show.

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"chris e." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

01:32 min | 3 months ago

"chris e." Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"At the end of the night. I had my man you know man and make it tough for him you know and were playing. You know especially when nellie guy here. We played the way they were playing now. Trying to you know go fast enough on on on giving nights walking locker room. Say not go one. Twenty one twenty on the board. Say we get that number we add. Yo yo yo. We lab on location everybody knuckleheads season six full of fake. We got the blackest one and we got a very very very very special guest today hall of fame dream a one one of the best evidence straight out of brooklyn new york city. We get golden. State's fine had a little bit. Indiana book goto base last thing. John's fines we got chris. Molly molly bill. Jt building lucky left. Dr appreciate you place to be can't talk. This.

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"chris e." Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

06:42 min | 4 months ago

"chris e." Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Probably about forty percent of us are here to witness the car crash we we are assuming carcass and their sixty percent of people who just want 'em night shamlan to be good again and they're hoping this is the bounceback and then you could just feel feel pocket by pocket as everybody on that side peeled off to arson and then there's this line where and i think this has become like a mean at this point but in the moment we all knew the breaking point when it just there was no one left hanging on there is the people are fleeing this apocalypse and this disease and it's supposed to be as of jet and they come upon a man who very genially turns to these people who are refugees fleeing death and just got hot dogs. You guys like hotdogs and offers everybody hotdogs and that was just i mean it was like it was like watching. A door kicked open hall of the senators. This movie it is just heckling. It's just yelling. That was great. That was great. I don't think i've ever seen that movie. the i think. That's one of his senior. Yeah is it's the wild thing about that movie. That's so funny is while you're sitting there watching it for the first time as they're presenting all the problems you can think of half a dozen solutions off the top of your head scientist. Saco trees are attacking us with their spores. You could go into any skyscraper above the treeline problem solved any. You could go into a car and closed doors and windows drive somewhere else problem. There's many many ways to avoid spores being released now during covert obviously. That's like a macabre thing to say people were living but that movie is so you're like i could. I can think of ways that. I wouldn't die during this. This is the most low stakes experience. I won't ever have during a thriller. Here's my take away from that. Chris says that you could avoid cova by going into a car. He would know he's trapped in an apartment for two weeks That's how i solved it. Well a fourteen days. Chris you said. How many movies did you like. M night shyamalan. How many how many did you get before. Could you hoping he gets good again. Yeah how many did you like. I mean six sense. Everybody likes right. Yes yes like okay. Cool and then. I liked unbreakable. Because it's not like breakable. See i. I don't know if you grew up a big comic book fan i. I'm like an obsessive marvel comics fan. So and i i forget the exact year that came out but i feel like it was before superhero movies. Were totally up and running and comic book. Fans i think. We're always heartbreaking Heartbroken at the miserable quality superior movies. So you're going okay. This has the dna of comic books. In a way. I really and it's decent and it's watchable movie okay. So i didn't think it was great. But i was. I was very excited. Like oh the comic book fan in is very excited and that that was about it that was about it. Yeah what was the next one. It was the one there in the village is a village. Maybe it was signs. Signs was after i liked part. I like signs until they showed you the monster. Then i was out i hung in with both of those signs and the village i was like okay like not grade like clearly. Not living up to six cents but still you can still watch it and go. Yeah i get it. And then i lady in the water came and that was unwatchable. Didn't didn't even see it. Like i think. I heard either with that one and would the happening. I was like The feedback that everyone was giving was like okay. I'm not gonna subject myself to this but it sounded like maybe it would have been fun to see how the one with mark wahlberg right. It is and it took almost sorta like rocky horror or room. Quality of people are in here having a blast. Don't regret the fourteen dollars. I spent on the ticket all Even although i also want to say to like as an artist who has gotten bad reviews. I don't love slamming another hardest in it. There's also a thing where people say whatever they want about him night shyamalan like he's laughing his way to the bank and that's great. That's any any earned it with that first movie so kudos kudos wasn't his last one. Good i think. I remember enjoying his last one most recent well. He dallas d. Did those two one that no one knew was was a sequel until the third one came out. But there's those two other movies that connect to unbreakable them. I like them more than i liked. Unbreakable actually yeah split split and split class split with the good ones split with What's his name. Mcevoy jimmy mack. Sure i just like you and me. Chris Same circles. we've never met. But jimmy mack and i think we i think we hit it off. Dispaced edge we both loved the board. We both love. Eat into theater. And i could see us bonding over that Chris gathered is with us special out available on any platform that you're looking for a half of my life chris. I'm the one guy that couldn't get the link to work or whatever these three guys watch special. I couldn't but then it dawned on me that it came out on june first anyway so i could have watched it without this special link. Did you could you. Can you walk me through what this special is for those. That haven't seen it yet. And what can they expect without any spoilers so end of twenty nineteen. I had a tour schedule then. I realized that. I started in new york when i was twenty and i was about to turn forty so i said. Let me just film this for posterity. And see if there's anything there and took cameras ten cities and self funded the whole thing. So i could just do it. My way had a friend directed very very like barebones performed at ten small venues It was kind of important to me to kinda mix in some of that documentary footage with the standup itself. So it's a lot of jokes that i've worked on for years and i think a pretty good standby they've worked for a long time and then also just some of the reality foot sitting in a car in traffic hoping i make my show in detroit on time and stressing out about it and you know a lot of things like that that are just sorta like i've had an hbo special. I used to have tv show on cable and like yes still rent my own car and i drive from buffalo to detroit and that's kind of the reality for a lot of us and also because i shot at the way i did..

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"chris e." Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"chris e." Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Are you guys doing good. How are you momma. Little hot rob little hot. Which which i rarely say i love the sound of my own voice chris by god do i enjoy it too much for me. You should man enjoy to where. Where are you at austin. God bless you live there. Yeah yeah yeah live here. Been here for a few years now. That's where i wanna live really bad. Really we're you guys were in l. a. I'm originally from detroit monica's from atlanta. Yeah we're right off of lake austin's really nice. We rented a house there two summers ago. Oh what a life down there. It's just it's nice. I'm from dallas originally and so we were planning for dallas the whole time and so retirement came quicker. I got caught with my pants down a little bit. Because the plan was to always be in texas and i had a house but then i had more kids. Yeah you got a lot of kids got five children. I had to take that into account we were kind of scrambling and one day. My wife was like yo. What about austin. And i've had multiple friends i visited. Ut when i was coming up getting crude and i was embarrassed. The fact that i didn't even think about it all damn not think about this so soon as it came down we fell in love with the food was phenomenal. Does say yeah. I describe it as liberal hillbillies. Which is i still want to drive a pickup truck and shit. Yeah but i also don't want outlaw gay marriage so the funny thing is like here in texas like people recognize me of course in the nba. But i've also had a lot of people back in two thousand two when i was in highschool one state championship in have very close ties sauce and as always been a special place for me so i've ran into plenty of people i just ran into the other day. As a matter of fact. I went to art exhibit with my kids and the security guards. Yeah i watched. He played high-school also. Yeah so i get more of that here in texas than anywhere else so it's not more than than nba. But it's like seventy thirty eight twenty that's champs yamanaka's decorated state champ. We're the same. Can important is going state champ. What's great is that. Yeah your high school team went forty now and you guys won the states and then you were labeled and this is. This is a particular interest us. Because you labeled mr basketball texas as mr basketball which we interviewed matthew mcconaughey and he was. He was named mr mr texas little. Listen to that podcast. Probably last nine days little.

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"chris e." Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

01:58 min | 6 months ago

"chris e." Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"With me today is former. Nba player eleven time all star two time finals winner olympic gold medalist and current nba. Global ambassador chris bosh chris played for the toronto raptors from two thousand three to two thousand ten and then the miami heat from two thousand ten two thousand seventeen while performing at the highest levels of his athletic career. Chris was suddenly diagnosed with a blood clot in his lungs. During the twenty fifteen all star break and missed the rest of the season after another blood clot. His extraordinary career came to a premature close. Not at a time of his choosing but as he said in a doctor's office in the middle of the afternoon today..

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"chris e." Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

"Clauses and mckinsey davis yacht. Mackenzie davis is actress. Who plays christian. Stewart's girlfriend a aubrey. Plaza is mckinsey davis's ex-girlfriend a all. My gosh it's just it's a. It's a nice spin on traditional christmas. Movie and i don't know i have my opinion on how ended. But it wanna try it. It is i will i will he. Chris wait sunoco. What happened with the bachelorette. Oh so yesterday was tae-zhee picked her top. Four men to go to hometowns with so it's pretty much like the first half of the episode shoe on one on one with ben and no was it ben. No it was blake. Sorry blake And i won't give any spoilers just in case. Well i guess it's already a couple of days after the episode aired but yes blake went home and it was like a huge deal because everyone thought that people like blake. Just put it that way so it was sad to see him go. Asia got really emotional and then it was the mental. All was the second half the episode. And then where so. It's just a few men. They usually have a lot will not a lot but a couple men from the season came back in talked with chris harrison who's the host of the bachelorette and they just sat down and talked about the season and got some things off their chest and stuff. There's actually one guy. His name is yosef. He came back to talk to christiane on claire season but claire sent him home like very early on because he treated her terribly. He was very rude to her comments. Yeah so he was like as the oldest bachelorette you should be more mature blah blah blah. He said that declare. And then supposedly gordon deal. He came back on and all the guys that were there. Were kind of telling him you were a jerk on the season and do you see anything that you did wrong and yosef was like no. I don't apologize for anything that i said to her. In an chris harrison literally turn to him and he was like okay. What if someone talked to your daughter like that carr's the yosef advocate a daughter and he was like if my daughter was outta line. I'd want someone to call out like that. Like and then. Chris harrison called him out he goes dude. Like i don't do this in my twenty years. I've been doing this but you need. Help literally called him out. And i'm like you go chris harrison but yeah it was crazy. But that's what happened in the tonight. She actually goes to the hometowns of the guys and meets their families but then she She met an appearance though right when we all the guys got exit. Show it's asian. Yeah yeah she made an appearance on the mental and then the preview Nobody was potato like they all still respect her. So much. so the comment that you saw wasn't towards asia saying that I don't want to be friends with you anymore. I don't know if that's how they preview down the show intense drama films but no so noah to guys no bennett. Bennett is a harvard grad. He's like in his thirties. I wanna say round like thirty six years old and mind. He was there for claire who was thirty nine. So there's going to be that little age gap in. Then noah came in wants to asia became bachelorette. He's twenty five. I believe and no i'm bennett. Kinda had like rebutting headstart. The whole season comment noah to bennett..

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"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

Radicalize Me

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

"Play a video game. I mean i. Don't i literally don't care what it but i take some time for yourself because like i see so many people are just fundamentally exhausted and like you can't help anyone if you can't help yourself. Yeah yeah. I made a very A conscious decision to start playing video games again because because of exactly that didn't have anything in my life that i just did for fun. Yeah i mean you know watch. tv. It's tough sometimes but like most of the stuff i watch and listen to is political. I read political shit. I do a political podcast. I you know. I'm a musician. But like i give myself projects. I'm like i've got a new song. I'm going to record this. And that's gonna take days and like i you know Teach music and that's my job most of the time so it's like the. I needed this thing. That like i could just do a nod to like Achieve anything except within the game. But yeah i've been addicted to The outer world on switch ollie. It's so it's so great. And i i'm a bethesda boy sell it doesn't it doesn't take you know you got you. Got two major producers from bethesda game. And i was like that's all i need suite here. Yeah yeah it's it's it's like. I'm so happy that i am like having a hard time. Pull myself away from a video game. So what a great problem to have. I completely and it's just about like please right now. Especially like of course work and make the change and you know get into these groups and stuff because a common communal structure is necessary for may entity and like we it. It's been ripped from us for decades. Like especially most of us millennials. We've never actually been in a real community atmosphere like other than like my rural people you know other than you know my inner city urban like if we grew in suburbia which most of us did..

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"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

Radicalize Me

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

"There's almost like unless we get some real investigations like that's what you know everyone. When i always argue like god the house has been so ineffective throughout the trump presidency That's the you know. Like what can they have done. You know they didn't have the senate. They didn't have the presidency. They could have been investigating this whole higher tie. They could have been throwing up these clips of them interviewing people from the trump administration people from all over. And it's like we got like colonel vindman wants we got like brett cavenaugh. Did keg stands in high school like we got like a two day impeachment for fucking something that happened in ukraine. I can't even tell you. Yeah that's what we got. That's what that's what the last four years of the trump presidency has gets two years to be fair to be fair to the democrats two years but that's all we got like. We should have been having like some serious internal investigations of government going on but again. You know another thing. That always infuriated. Me was every single military bill. Every time the patriot act came backup. Yes what got renewed guests who got more money. The surveillance state military state. and then. I have nancy pelosi telling me that this is the most fearsome dictator the world has ever seen right. Yeah why why are we getting him. A bigger surveillance state. Why are we getting the military more money off of the biggest dictator and the whole entire world. It's just a. It's just a game and so like a listeners. Please like local. politics is where we're going to make the difference. Yeah because an individual can play you know stacey. Abrams showed us in georgia. I mean for six years. She has been working her ass off registering the odors telling them. We can make a difference as a collective voting block right and they did true. I mean i would love to see how many first-time voters happened in the last two years and georgia. You bet that number is gigantic. There are so many people in this country you know. We're we're so amazed by one hundred forty million people coming in showing out and yeah. It's it's a great number for america that that's a very impressive number for america. How many people still aren't boat. How many people still don't give a shit because their lives aren't changing right. They're not they're not at all. Yeah get you know. Cuba has fucking like ninety. Six percent. participation in elections. Australia is like ninety nine percents. Yeah i think there's mandatory there's this Yeah yeah that. Blew my mind about cuba. That like they that they have elections in the first place but right but yeah apparently like it's such an ingrained part of their their process. Like kids are poll-watchers like they get the whole population involved So so joe what you what what. What are you kind of see as the next steps for a you know maybe not even a nationwide movement but why the left like if i'm a leftist right now in what everyone say of a socialist communist you know just i. I'm not happy with this two party system right. I fundamentally think that its neoliberal all the way down and like its corporate power you know hippopotamus or what hungry hungry hippos righteous eating. All the marbles. And i don't even get to have a hippo right so y what. What's the game plan now for you. Well so i do have some interest in like third party potential You know it. It seems like it might be a dead end. But i also sorta think like..

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"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

Radicalize Me

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

"But like i think it was a little more harmful when they wouldn't say trump was lying when they like tiptoe around stuff like that it's like It's truths right. Yeah yeah insinuated call right. Yeah and the 'cause like i don't know they they try to be balanced and then they turn to like fucking hugh hewitt and the like. What do you think you. And he's like well I think the biden's a communist and That the he's he's now and he's gonna cut your head off and it's like they have these people on corey lewandowski's it's like they do talk to like the other side what it's like the fucking nuts. They're not easiest of the crazy. Yeah you're like maybe that's just who are they had right. Maybe just you know. There's some bias there right but then the bias is like they don't you know. How often do they talk to. Angela davis or chomsky like So yeah. I think that that was always the problem with these and yet i mean it's an interesting point though i don't know i don't remember how prominent they were during bombs presidency. I mean i think his second term for sure with the republican control of congress. They were Pretty big voices but yeah. I think they're still going to be plastered everywhere. Well my worry my biggest worry is that all they have done is ruined their reputations over the last couple years and they have now historically low approval ratings the mainstream media you know as conglomerate and that you know it's a little depending on who you're talking to right like the left loves the new york times and they love s nbc right. The right likes fox news in away. One america news now right but like what. Where does that lead us. Now in a world where left-leaning media doesn't have a foil Well i do they do they keep up the investigative that they have against trump right. Well i yeah. I doubt that. I do think that it will definitely be softer on biden I i would say that. I think the the goal at least would be to raise the prominence of leftist like true leftist media To counter both of those. Because i think Yeah we're the you know. We shouldn't expect much from from the mainstream courtroom corporate media left or right right. Yeah left or right that like you know. There's there's folks like us. And you know i think of matt taibbi glenn greenwald. The chapel does the union that true. And on's and you know like the were are prominence is growing right. I even you know. I personally consider Joe rogan a little bit of. He's at strange. Lefty a weird one. I don't know he he. You know 'cause i. I agree like i used to listen to him a lot when i was younger and i can't do three hour pot. I can't oh especially with with alex jones. But who has time for that right..

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"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

Radicalize Me

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

"Like start paying attention to your city council races. Start paying attention to your county council or your ear state legislature. Because like this is where the big stuff is going to happen here in south carolina. I know we've now. have you know. Democrats got trounced. I mean absolutely demolished here and south carolina now republicans have super majorities in both houses. They have the governor and they mostly have the j. issues. And so you know what little what little we could kind of force and i. I have so many qualms with the democratic party here in south carolina. But like we're going to see an abortion bill this lead yeah cheese and and there's no. There's no way for an effective filibuster app now because the republican party in both houses can just wash it. And like we're not that we're not going to see amendments for you know against rape and we're not gonna see amendments for the health of the mother like it's going to be a flat out six week ban on abortion right and like that that's fundamental right that that's a fundamental thing that just happened. Because you know jamie hairston had to suck all the oxygen up in south carolina right you know and now. I don't see anybody in the democratic party here taking a hard look. It's just all thank you jamie for run inc. thank you. Jim clyburn for helping. Joe biden one right presidency. And i'm like y'all realize that like fundamentally women's rights are going to be taken away here and south carolina right like we're going to get the corporate power structure here was already. Awful is going to get worse. Like more of our tax dollars are going to go to. Corporations less is going to go to education. Now like that's just fundamental. That's going to happen and mike. I have to see. Thank you very much jamie harrison for helping lead the worst defeat of south carolina and democrats in a generation. Maybe you know the silent majority in nixon. Yeah like seriously. that's probably this is probably the worst destruction of since that point. Yes south carolina. It's so crazy. I was just my wife and i were talking about this to like this. This like hero worship of politicians. It's just it's gotta stop like people have allies. They're they're not your friends. They're not like your mommy and daddy like you not the avengers. The fucking like weirdos. Who wanted the being elected office because the psychos like i don't know but it's it's not jimmy harrison loses like all right fuck you and on. Let's learn some lessons right..

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"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

Radicalize Me

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Radicalize Me

"That guy is on their side and some believe that not only is he on their side but he. He is actually undercover. Working to take down deep state satanic pedophile rings. This is not a good pattern. There's not gonna not a good path that that they're on anyway. That's why he's chris the plummer so there you go cool guy. Smart guy here. He is so have crissier from reality. Politique what's going on. Y'all good to be here. Yeah so i did your show earlier this week and it was a great show was But yeah so we. We were little more uncertain about the election results at that time. Yes and now. We have an official designation of president. Elect joe biden. Yeah yeah you feel. And how are you feeling. I'm feeling there's definitely a sense of relief My wife was just saying and she she worked on the the coordin- coordinated campaign for pennsylvania. So partially it's you know. Her insane workdays are over but she was like yeah i. I don't think. I realized until just now how much just constant anxiety had like trump's presidency and it's like all that should is true that like we have a lot of work to do not a lot is going to be fixed just by electing him but it's like yeah okay at least shit will run like the machines go you know. Yeah it's it's it's something it's it's a small victory. I was going to say we were popping champagne in our house. Had i've had a couple of mimosas. Let's say that brought brunches back right brunch back. God yeah oh i you know. I don't know why people even do this on twitter because like they must just like the abuse with like. I really see people going like. Yeah i'm putting my feet up and and can finally go back to not thinking about this. It's like do you know that. Like ten thousand people or about to scream at you. Yeah well that is. I think going to end up being in overwhelming since that we get from a large amount of the populace right like oh we can finally stop caring about politics now. Right and the funny part is did they. It was never politics that they really cared about orange cheeto dictator right so right when people when people say. Oh we're going to lose these these liberals like you never had 'em dude like it either you fight to to to convert them now or van or like it. It's always going to be an uphill battle so just do it over the past ten years or so. We've had a pretty steady uptick in the number of leftists so that's that's good But yeah paul saying you you know you're coming from more of the organizing side So what do you. what are you thinking like. You know a few hours after knowing what's how it's going to be What what is on the docket for leftists. And how do we approach this. You know there is a sense of relief. And i think for me especially just being in the south. The relief for me is that. I don't have to hear the orange cheetos shit anymore. That's number one on my docket like the like that. That just like just everyone giving this man so much. Attention has been just absolutely irritating me. Because i've always said i've always said that the issue here is that he isn't the disease. Yeah trump was not the disease. He was a symptom of the disease..

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"chris e." Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Everyonecast

"To that a little bit because I also believe in the idea of doing something. Like you said, I'm doing this podcast cuz I like doing it and even if it gets zero listeners, it's something that I enjoy doing. So right something that I will hopefully keep doing and you always have the memories of doing regardless. It's something that you that no one can take away from you you've done this thing, you know putting pen to paper or in this case cuz my handwriting is completely horrible sitting down in front of my computer and typing into a Word document things that are coming out of my out of my mind out of my Essence and then putting them out there and then sharing them with some people occasionally sometimes I don't is dead. And I've been working on a collection that I've been threatening to self-publish for a very long time. I don't know if I'm ever going to get around to it because you know, there is a level of confidence in doing these things at that time that you know waivers, especially with the my personality. I taught my thought myself into into and out of doing things about a hundred times day. Yeah, it's something you can look back on in a few decades and just have your have like kind of a history yourself almost I feel sort of the same way too about well, I mean not just the podcast. I just started the podcast so I can't really say like, oh, yeah, I'm laid-back and I remember those days I can't do that right now, but it was like like last week Tuesday. So I looked back at last week Tuesday and went out. I was really great time that Journey has been amazing. Yeah. Yeah,.

"chris e." Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Everyonecast

"I have a I really small group of friends, but the they like to invite me things where there's going to be people there that I don't know because I have a really poor social filter because well this have because I well there's really strange defense mechanism. You know, I start talking things come out. It's funny. I rant I do stuff and everybody thinks I'm entertaining and it's great. It wad be there. So I'll go and I'll try to have a good time and sometimes I do sometimes it's it's just so it takes so much energy to do it. I like I like beg off at the last minute not go to things because Idea of doing them is a lot more fun than actually going and doing them and that goes back to your your ambivert honest, you know, you've got that a little bit of introvert and you it sounds like yep. I saw them so that plays into other things in my life. Like I can be perfectly fine sitting at home listening to music read a book close the door leave me alone. And the next thing I know it's like two days later, you know, I'm okay with all of that. I'm okay without going and doing things just that going and doing those things takes a lot more energy. If I'm not home paired to do it. I just don't do it. I just stay home. You're in your 40s right now and you like video games. So that makes me wonder is that something you've been into your life where you where you around at? The the dawn of video game history? 1978 Space Invaders drops, right? I'm like six years old. There was a I grew up in a Beach town. On here and there's a little general store and it's like about was about three-quarters of a mile away from my house and my folks would go to every once awhile and they got a Space Invaders machine and I would sit on the back step up in the stool and play Space Invaders when I was like six and then the neighbors behind us can a quarter from us got a got a pong console unit at home. You'll played pawn. It was the only thing it off and then about a year after that my grandpa got like the like second generation of pong which had like four controllers. So you could play four people at the same time, which was like really cool and then like in nineteen eighty-one thereabouts, you know, Atari 2600 was out Mattel toy company had a game unit called the intellivision and my uncle got one of those wage and I had so much fun playing with him. I got one the for my eleventh birthday. So that was Nineteen eighty-two. So I got my first game console on 82 played Thursday. Till I got my first computer system, which was a Commodore sixty-four and I was like in nineteen eighty-five and that was a great gaming machine. I mean there were so many games of economy and half way that until I got my first PC which was all old IBM compatible a t x t computer that my mom got and I upgraded the video, and upgraded the hard drive and then got my first PC machine the game on which is a 286 then when that became really slow..

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"chris e." Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris e." Discussed on Everyonecast

"This is a show where you get to be. The star will make a great episode together. No matter how boring or awkward you feel. The best part is that it's all done remotely. So participating is really easy you have to do is contact us at everyone cast.com and you can have your own episode on this show. Let's begin. I'm Anthony Sabato and this is Chris can either so I was reading what you sent me and something really struck me. You're finishing a degree off your V College in twenty six years. So that either means you're either really good at college or really bad at college now, which one is it? But we better staying in college. So, you know wife choice is a great, you know, I started going to college at relatively the normal time in life and then decided to go work full-time and got involved in relationships with people and you know, you go back down even get work for different employers where you have like intuition, you know policies where they help out with school and stuff you go back for awhile change jobs. Stop going to school next thing. I know it was like 26 years and I'm like, I think want to finish my degree and this is like twenty six years five colleges and six major changes, but reading it already seems like you have a fairly successful, correct. Is that right? Yeah, I've been working in middle management for the better part of a decade, but I felt like it was time for something different like my second chapter or third or fourth. Whichever one is this point. I wanted to get out of like being Frontline day-to-day operations and to do that after you're finished my degree thing with years of experience in a couple of into maybe a a major career move a big career move. Do you want a fuse your middle management skills with your psychology skills in some way. Do you have a concrete idea of how you're going to combine these sorts of things the degrees in industrial organizational psychology that might my game plan in my mind would be to get into organizational development or I'm actually helping train managers how to manage better help help the structure of things training programs for employees things of that nature. Or where I'm getting out of like direct supervision and management of you know, processes and groups and people that's interesting that I'm studying psychology cuz I really don't care for people generally that much at least like person the person takes a lot out of me to people as they say and it's something that I would not get out of dealing with the with people directly on that level. I see so it's more of an overarching kind of thing instead of having to be a direct interaction with people. Yeah, it's more like helping other people direct those people, you know, understanding motivation Behavior those things where I could help set policies and like I said programs and things of that nature help organizations be better at doing what they do as far as how to manage their people. I've been down in the trenches long enough and my personality too. I'm an ambivert I had Extroverted and introverted personality qualities and the extra version part of my personality is more like let's go back further than that. I suppose when I was a kid..

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"chris e." Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"chris e." Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"I got him vegan vegetable sushi Rothe. Oh, it was right before we took the group picture and speaking to the group picture, you might have seen on social media and Roger's gonna put it up at Keyshawn on Instagram right now. But if you see that group picture of all of his in the sweet, you know key. I gotta give you credit. You like those dinosaurs that can camouflage it can't be seen because you can't see you in the picture probably taking. In the picture because you came back for it to several of them. They all the same. Right, right. There's probably because you didn't have a flash where we did. With flashed on those for some reason missed you because I was pushed out on the edge. Because Chris was so why I haven't really can't buy diesel. You should play you play this game with your kids this morning on the way to school try to find Keyshawn, where's Keyshawn in the picture? And those who listeners that clearly foul me in the other group picture. I do not know the couple that you speak of. But they wanted to know us. Yeah. I think so it was looking for a team effort there. Travis. Where's this at? Sweet list. Well, what are you saw? Watching the game. No hard to miss. We gotta tell me this. This is not this is not safe for the year. How hard being no I'm saying you gotta tell me during the break. I will. I will. Well, I missed that. When you listen to ks p in Los Angeles. Yeah. You don't send him to get the food. And that never again, it'll never happen again. And it was so funny as I had a chance to actually sit and watch. Chris e which was. You really see our? Vour hungry. The case it is hungry and cold. Nicole thing about it is he lifted little thing up in. He stared them down for me. For the biggest one. Yeah. Like, he wasn't for sure people will watch anymore. He was looking for the biggest one, you know, how many he's going to take out. That's that is a problem right in that little buffet like the little things like do you take two or three because you know, you want you just go one at a time. Chris you're speaking my language right now. Yeah. You take you take more than one is the answer. Travis raw his kids up there too. I talked a little traffic.

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