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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:52 min | Last month

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Us here today. Michael wouldn't hurt a fly. I've seen butchering some people's legs out. Here that's true civil quiet humble guy. Yeah put him on a bike and nevada stride and training and stuff like that and a pretty quickly. He's he's got some aggression in so chops chris. Hamilton were confirming really what he told us the other day about. Michael store being a baby faced assassin. But i won't won't curious thing. I've noticed over the years about michael store. You guys tell me. Have you seen any other riders. A hostage habit a very walks to sign on in the morning and he says he's almost unique as far as i've seen Among professional riders in doing not they pretty much all gone their bikes. Michael story alike. Likes to have i stroll to the sign on podium in the morning. I've noticed that i've noticed that with him. And i haven't seen any other writers doing the either rogue which lights to go for a walk in the morning doesn't a writer. There's another likes to go for a jog in the morning by remember. Who took the amtrak that was it. Yeah yeah m. Well haven't noticed that bought all lacayo for that. It was interesting here chris. Hamilton talk about matt winston as well You know a few weeks ago. Everybody's very down on that team for their very rigid discipline. But when things start to go well then you look to the team and ceo. Maybe there are some things right after all it was interesting. What you said about winstons passion and enthusiasm and if you want to know more about the modus operandi of that team. We released a friend special earlier this year. And all of the team with interviews with matt winston and others sign up as a friend of the podcast at the site can podcast dot com. Now all christian. I king the other big story today taking the red jersey. Just what you were saying interesting. What you're saying You know the the the problems fat team of being sponsored by a big french supermarket and having to wear jersey with a rival french supermarket on it is that why those riders never target the king the his twitter france because as the other big french remark lick clarinet could be could be one reason who knows but as i said earlier all christian i king has been up there you know. He's been not too far away on dc 'em and not really paid off spectacularly today didn't it did chops and he's been writing very well few weeks now i think he had a big rely off a long layoff in fact in the spring and he's quite badly from covert and he was stuck in luca for for several weeks and i think he came back to racing.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"That was chris hamilton. Who played a really important rule that thought in in you know softening up the break helping setup store i guess a lot of writers and not move. Were really watching bar day. 'em pretty impressive. Thought for him to be up the road a couple of days after his crash. 'em just another point on this five writers in in one break martin. Twos felt at said to your sport finished at one point earlier in the race. They donate traders in the break whole team. I don't know how big the break was. Well maybe the break was just peleton. I mean technically every everyone starting with the whole team in the break once a flag drill. I guess. I do think that's what he meant. The lionel infusion child's just four on quickly scuttle live into corrections corner. I didn't think it was giant bike store. Took him that time. Trial in talladega. I think it might been yohannes. Flailing or simone gash because it definitely wasn't max vowel shots although he was also writing no dope. No time would be ludicrous Can i ask crashes corner from oscillate while we're on crashes carney king kenny. Alison doesn't live in these anymore. Lives in on dora. Somebody told us twitter so there. We go and east both pavel civic as well the finish. He's our audio diets. Of course we'll get his His his full account of what happened. Today are big day for him and he's in the kingdom entity nine in his audio diary. That will be our next two zero. Am he will emotions. Were still running quite high. Finish when you spoke to him daniel yes. They were rich and he spoke. I about that moment when while he seemed to be undone by a mechanical problem of and then later by michael store simply having the better legs was.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"I mean cycling. Podcast become a friend and you could end up working the world through the cycling. Podcasts dot com. Just on dsm though. I mean it was shaping up to be a pretty poor year for the muslim and to Last month and Stores state win and overall victory in the toward elaine and since then Things have picked up significantly for them. Bodyg- a win nikki on one a stadium poland and now a the big one well to stay twin but today was reminiscent author of sunwest best days last year number on the road. Clearly some sort of plan. I mean on the one hand you can say. Well they played a blinder. As as i did at the start. You know on the other hand Desperation getting getting five road just to to A half have numbers. I mean it was. Obviously it was a big break but still getting five men in is no remain feet. We sometimes see these big breaks and teams of mr entirely but You know once had the ride in that they still had to workout away to whittle down. The numbers and store did very well. Also as i say you know he was a suddenly when he realized he was the winner at the end. He put into Perspective the fact that he wash very aggressive throughout he made it happen. He didn't just follow people and well. What about the the moment shiva cough because whether it was whether it was deliberately timed or not eat store did attack when ship cove had a problem with these bike on the penultimate. Climbed you mention team. Dsm getting five riders into the brake line. Oh before we hear from civic about what he thought of that. Move when store. Accelerated to hit from chris hamilton. Now the dsm royd about exactly how they got so many rights in the bright today and also a little bit more about store. Chris everytime would like to have five riders in the breakway managed to do how. How do you get how many how is in a break. Run a day like today. It was yeah. I was just committed..

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

08:13 min | Last month

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Was really he was bit with about last year. And the covy season The three grunted lost year when we didn't really have any spectators on any of the mountain. Top finishes in three major tours. Because of what. Because of kobe and this year i think as we discussed yesterday or today was going to be no crowds on the balcony. Alicante climb because the risk of forest fires and we also talked about yesterday that the re the road having been newly tom act. It was really more like a bike path But yeah a beautiful climb if you ever find yourself in the area and you're perfect for a road bike so it was a little gears. Yeah yeah and it was one of those climbs that sort of went up in stages were some steep ramps and then some folks lots and yeah very. He ranked fetching Finale quite somber as a lot of the summit finishes were lost because of the lack of crowds. Really and all the more so the moment when alejandro while the actually Decided he was going to abandon. The race was spontaneous. Round of applause went up among the the and press officers and well maybe a couple of spanish journalists and tv reporters who were well. We were the only people up here up that really fascinating. I mean it does. We'll talk about vulgarity in this episode. I'm sure you know a divisive figure certainly over the years but we spoke about him with mitch docker during our thirty coverage and and mitch spoke about how popular he is respected. He is in the in the palestinian. I'm so that reflected. I guess not react on racers real pathos whether you would agree you chaps to the shots the particular shot through the the pine trees on melva day office by being comforted by chen. Ching take a cost who you know. A lot of people watching got to know Through the movie star. Netflix documentary of which more later. But the was a real poignancy to that to that image and it was one of those serendipitous moments in cycling. When you know probably due to practical reasons that was the anyplace camera could be but it just so happened to be a very powerful image. Well it was because it was through. The trees wasn't a you felt like you were intruding on private grief. There is a very intimate moment between them. And you know had had. We had the close up. It wouldn't have had the same. The same pathos seem pirates. Had 'em snatched in the way that it was through the trees. Yeah we'll gallon tool that won't way We've got a Well you've been following the stage. When are quite closely over. The last few years i think don by him and so lots to talk about. What what what is this story is the tale of the tampa police lionel. While rich you said mavi start the big story of the day. I would agree that it's a joint story the daily because dsm played an absolute dura. Store of the day can still die very good. Yeah the stage. Only short one hundred and fifty two kilometers to that final climbed the balcony. Day alicante over six categorized climbs climbing right from the start a really difficult day and a big break that shaped the day but yet. Dsm played a blinder movie. Star lost alejandro valverde felix grow. Sean own almost took the red jersey and some dangerous riders of climbed into the top ten overrule. Dsm five of their main into that break including room and bar. Day who. I must admit i thought was not going to be long for this welter after his crash a coupla days ago as you say it's the claiming him for scotland michael store. Oh yeah we. We've we've claimed people on flimsy grains than than having lived this well to stage him tommy. You could probably get store in one of the scottish papers suggesting that might represent scotland com double gates bread. But yeah it was. Dsm's i grand tour stage victory of the season and it was a brilliant one because he forced on made order the important splits throughout the day as far as one hundred out. He was pushing on with his teammate. Chris hamilton then attacked again with about fifty eight ago. Then he had to mark couple of dangerous moves by pavel sukhoi of in east greenwich or audio darvish to in And at one point there was a front three of store l. and lawson craddock. There was a little bit of beef as well because Civic of had a mechanical problem. Some kind of issue with these chain or gears and store just coincidentally happened to attack right after that happened forcing shiver cost of five. Incidentally him kerr his head and looking down the wrong l. Sieve had the had the bearing of l. said as i imagine l. luke tiff As he as he saw board store clearly absolutely raging He looked like a warlord plenty back. Back in. gaza did settle. I settled on. Dsm has the most likely place for elsie the original master of the battlefield to you to find his niche disbelief will tell you i was trying to defuse any any tension between the two pour cold water on the on the flames. But yeah just i mean just coincidental. Prep store was planning to attack at that particular moment. Who knows i mean. That wasn't the end of it. Was it because call us for of movie star. Andreas corona lotto. Pseudo ole bridged up to the front group of by then it was store and civic cov verona went clear for wall and that was sort of springboard for store to make his final attack with around about kilometers to go and There was some very very steep sections on that. Climb at walking. Pace almost came to a halt graham one of the corners But at a important victory for dsm verona was second civic of third and his consolation prize is that he is the new king of the mountains. What about general classification tight ride were. Coffee was really out of the picture. After getting dropped yesterday he was dropped. At very early on the stage abandoned the welter and then the valverde crash forty five kilometers to movie star started to make moves at the front of the dc group and velvety. Actually go away. From the rogue lich group with richard counterpart. Adam yates and then a couple of kilometers later on a what looked like a downhill gently sweeping right hand. Bend look like he's front wheel. Hit either a crack in the road. Or richard utah. A tree root sticking in rajat very difficult to tell from the tv pictures but that sent him across the road flying over the barrier down a bit of a drop fortunately he was able to get up but he was holding his called and he did ride on for another seven or eight kilometers but pulled out with the race obviously realized that he wasn't going to get much further. Interestingly as soon as valverde had crashed his teammate me gathering lopez attacked but generally it fairly cagey day for the leaders and it wasn't really into the time capsule settled on the line that it was obvious. Just how close rock let you come to losing the red jersey. Today it was under threat from some of the riders in the break young paul of your team emirates which the virtual leader for a lot of the day but as i said at the star war hands gross feed. It's gross shauna. Who has moved up thirteen places to second overall just up a time bonus or two away from brokerage eight seconds. It's the gap. The rest of the overall has just been infiltrated by writer from the break pollen. She's up to fifth jack. Haig of bahrain victorious. He's up to seventh good news for them. Because mccain land leaked a little bit more time rogue lychees team teammates cushy to eighth rogue lewandowski. Too concerned about one of that book fall from clarifying the picture as i thought would happen today that breakaway things.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

08:52 min | Last month

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Sees. He'll by a delegate on get in a year with by any along well done who is that and equally importantly what was that. You should really ask me where i am you daniel. Well the vuelta rich Just outside alicante Just at the bottom of the today and to go back to your original question was superman. Lopez who was by association unfortunate protagonist in. Today's seven states wasn't he by well by virtue of of his association with alejandro valverde. He was kind of tragic. The tragic figure was yeah movie star. The story of the day probably. I'm almost almost on the stage as well. But a- a rare scottish victory grant to tape it will count into that later on were with lionel. Bernie's lionel hello traps. Well down your your food. Climb now and obviously fans were not allowed up there loot absolutely spectacular very tough. Indeed you drove up earlier. Didn't e- posted a video. Clip driving up the climb. What what was it like up there. And what was the road like. What was it like the top. Why was really he was with about about last year and the covy season The three grunted lost year when we didn't really have any spectators on any of the mountain. Top finishes in three major tours. Because of what. Because of kobe and this year i think as we discussed yesterday or today was going to be no crowds on the balcony. Alicante climb because the risk of forest fires and we also talked about yesterday that the re the road having been newly tom act. It was really more like a bike path But yeah a beautiful climb if you ever find yourself in the area and you're perfect for a road bike so it was a little gears. Yeah yeah and it was one of those climbs that sort of went up in stages were some steep ramps and then some folks lots and yeah very. He ranked fetching Finale quite somber as a lot of the summit finishes were lost because of the lack of crowds. Really and all the more so the moment when alejandro while the actually Decided he was going to abandon. The race was spontaneous. Round of applause went up among the the and press officers and well maybe a couple of spanish journalists and tv reporters who were well. We were the only people up here up that really fascinating. I mean it does. We'll talk about vulgarity in this episode. I'm sure you know a divisive figure certainly over the years but we spoke about him with mitch docker during our thirty coverage and and mitch spoke about how popular he is respected. He is in the in the palestinian. I'm so that reflected. I guess not react on racers real pathos whether you would agree you chaps to the shots the particular shot through the the pine trees on melva day office by being comforted by chen. Ching take a cost who you know. A lot of people watching got to know Through the movie star. Netflix documentary of which more later. But the was a real poignancy to that to that image and it was one of those serendipitous moments in cycling. When you know probably due to practical reasons that was the anyplace camera could be but it just so happened to be a very powerful image. Well it was because it was through. The trees wasn't a you felt like you were intruding on private grief. There is a very intimate between them and you know had had we had the close up. It wouldn't have had the same the same pathos seem. Pirates had 'em snatched in the way that it was through the trees. Yeah we'll gallon until that won't way We've got a Well you've been following the stage. When are quite closely over. The last few years i think don about him and so lots to talk about. What what what is the story is the tale of the tampa police lionel. While rich you said mavi start the big story of the day. I would agree that it's a joint story the daily because dsm played an absolute dura. Store of the day can still die very good. Yeah the stage. Only short one hundred and fifty two kilometers to that final climbed the balcony. Day alicante over six categorized climbs climbing right from the start a really difficult day and a big break that shaped the day but yet. Dsm played a blinder movie. Star lost alejandro valverde felix grow. Sean own almost took the red jersey and some dangerous riders of climbed into the top ten overrule. Dsm five of their main into that break including room and bar. Day who. I must admit i thought was not going to be long for this welter after his crash a coupla days ago as you say it's the claiming him for scotland michael store. Oh yeah we. We've we've claimed people on flimsy grains than than having lived this well to stage him tommy. You could probably get store in one of the scottish papers suggesting that might represent scotland com double gates bread. But yeah it was. Dsm's i grand tour stage victory of the season and it was a brilliant one because he forced on made order the important splits throughout the day as far as one hundred out. He was pushing on with his teammate. Chris hamilton then attacked again with about fifty eight ago. Then he had to mark couple of dangerous moves by pavel sukhoi of in east greenwich or audio darvish to in And at one point there was a front three of store l. save and lawson craddock. There was a little bit of beef as well because Civic of had a mechanical problem. Some kind of issue with these chain or gears and store just coincidentally happened to attack right after that happened forcing shiver cost of five. Incidentally him kerr his head and looking down the wrong l. Sieve had the had the bearing of l. said as i imagine l. luke tiff As he as he saw board store clearly absolutely raging He looked like a warlord. Plenty back back. In gaza. we did settle. I settled on. Dsm has the most likely place for elsie the original master of the battlefield to you to find his niche disbelief will tell you i was trying to defuse any any tension between the two pour cold water on the on the flames. But yeah just i mean just coincidental. Prep store was planning to attack at that particular moment. Who knows i mean. That wasn't the end of it. Was it because call us for of movie star. Andreas corona lotto. Pseudo ole bridged up to the front group of by then it was store and civic cov verona went clear for wall and that was sort of springboard for store to make his final attack with around about kilometers to go and There was some very very steep sections on that. Climb at walking. Pace almost came to a halt graham one of the corners but at a important victory for dsm verona was second civic of third and his consolation prize is that he is the new king of the mountains. What about general classification tight ride. Were coffee was really out of the picture. After getting dropped yesterday he was dropped. At very early on the stage abandoned the welter and then the valverde crash forty five kilometers to movie star started to make moves at the front of the dc group and valverde actually go away from the rogue lich group with richard counterpart adam. Yates and then a couple of kilometers later on a what looked like a downhill gently sweeping right hand. Bend look like he's front wheel. Hit either a crack in the road or richard youth. A tree root sticking in rajat very difficult to tell from the tv pictures but that sent him across the road flying over the barrier down a a bit of a drop Fortunately he was able to get up but he was holding his called and he did ride on for another seven or eight kilometers but pulled out with the race obviously realized that he wasn't going to get much further. Interestingly as soon as valverde had crashed his teammate me gathering lopez attacked but generally it fairly cagey day for the leaders and it wasn't really into the time capsule settled on the line that it was obvious..

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on WBUR

"A Subaru. Huh? Right. And I mean, I mean American car country here, so I brought it in, and they tried squirting some silicone into the top part of it, and it didn't do anything. The top part. You hear the noise coming right from the steering wheel That sounds like it. And then, and then they tried putting that Um, silicone down by the floorboards where it goes into the floorboards. Well, that's not where noise that you're really hearing is when you when you turn the wheel like that. You're probably putting a lot of pressure on the cage that the durable Zarin How many durable power existence. I think that just is 1/12 durable power. Yeah, you may have so actually, when you turn it, I think it's the G forces have you But you may have bumped off two or three bugs. You made me down. I ate like eight or nine gerbils. You noticed the loss in power. If it's any consolation to you, Shelly, my wife's Volvo. I thought this was a peculiar Volvo problem. Evolved a problem peculiar to Volvo's rather, uh, and my Subaru has an attitude It could be. It could be and my wife's car has been doing this violent 23 years now, and, uh, I've looked at it many times. Oh, Just looked. He hasn't fixed you. Just look. No, I banged it a couple of times and I you know, like you do with the T V when you can't get Channel five, right? Yeah, and what it is, I mean, it's up there at the top. Okay, It's the steering wheel rubbing against the steering column. Is it worse in cold weather? Yes, it is. Yes, because things shrink when they get called. I don't know what what bearing that has on this particular problem. But if you were to get someone to take off the steering wheel and maybe take that collar off, because I can tell this is driving in nuts, you're going to giddiness. And if they can take off that caller that that's run underneath the wheel and perhaps see where the wheel is hitting it, they might be able to shave it down. It's only plastic. Okay now and never. You can't see it anyway. So if they had to sort of slice off an eighth of an inch or leave it off, take it right off the wires. Hang out. It looks done. It was kind of cool. Yeah. It isn't. I mean, it isn't. We don't want to know the difference because there were no other justice in your area. They don't think they all look like that, right? Yeah, but don't little alarm you. I'm sure there's nothing wrong. But spring stuff in there at best will only work temporarily. If at all. Yeah, it worked. It worked temporarily enough for me to get out of the parking lot. Exactly. I will work for a couple of minutes. And as soon as you rub off the silicone, it's back to where it was before. Those are the kinds of fictions that that we specialize in. Yeah, we call them 50 50 guarantee 50 ft 50 seconds Whichever Comes first but have have your mechanic take off the steering wheel and maybe just leave it off. And the noise will be good luck, Shelly Little joystick in there. See you later. Bye Bye. 1888. Car talk or 18882278255. Hello. You're on car talk. Yeah. Hi. This is Chris from Hamilton, New Jersey. Chris Hamilton, New Jersey. What's going on? Yeah, I have an eagle summit wagon 1994. Once in a while when I'm driving, usually when I'm turning, but sometimes when I'm backing up, I hear this noise out of the back end. It sounds something like a very heavy spring springing or or one piece of metal hitting another hollow piece of metal. And I took it to the local mechanic, and he said he couldn't find anything. And it happens. It happens when sometimes when I'm backing up, and usually if I'm going forward in turning it will happen. Just like once, Fung, Uh and it sounds like it's coming from the maybe the right back, but somewhere in the back end Does it happen more if you happen to be parked on a hill? Well, my driveway is on a hill and sometimes it happens. Coming out of the driveway back and out of the driveway. Okay. Ever look ahead. Has it ever happened backing into a parking space? No, I don't back into parking spaces generally or your dog. So the only time you back up is coming up jersey I just plow righted back into you know, you just pull in and you leave the back then sticking out on the street called it the whole book at the book and technique. Yeah, I I like it. Have you ever Work for the federal Bureau of Investigation. Uh, wow. Well, I think it's coming from the rear suspension is coming from one of the springs. I like the spring theory and and and And if you think about it for a minute, I bet you'll say it does sound like a spring that is getting tweet. What's happening is is the the The spring sits on a rubber cushion top and bottom, right? And it may be that at times would considering there are certain dynamics involved in backing up that you don't have him going forward. That may also take place when you're turning that spring is getting rotated a little bit just enough to make it turn and then go King. Yeah, and that's the noise you're getting. I looked at it. It looked sitting in solid, but maybe I can. We could also have a broken spring Two and broken springs are hard to detect it. Sometimes the last half of coil will break off of spring and you can't notice it. And it will also make that kind of noise. But you can. You can detect it if you jack the thing up the right way and pieces start falling out. Yeah, but I mean, you said you took it somewhere and he couldn't find anything wrong. And he just said he looked at the back end. It didn't find anything. No, I would take it back to this fellow asked.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Already, , one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. . His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. . Chris, , introduce yourself a what's going on. . Dwayne, , thanks for having me on this show. . My name is Chris Obviously. As . DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. . coast. . Of Canada a right. . So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, , , I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. . Loved it. I . thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. . Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. . There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I . guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. . So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. . It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and <hes> I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. . You, , know I played sports I had <hes> I. . You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. . But I was constantly complaining about how they're. . I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. . So at early age, you , know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. . I <hes> found right away. . The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. . I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But . the most willing to go back out and do it again, , and that's sad as powerless as it gets. . When you know I, , just I hate doing it but right away, , I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. . So I <hes> started smoking pot to in addition to the <hes> alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. . <hes> had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was <hes> I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm <hes> struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. . So that was a big part of as wall. . I struggled with social anxiety as well, , and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. . Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about <hes>. . You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People <hes> through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, , and so <hes> this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse <hes> like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and <hes> through all this I found a love for hip hop music. . I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was <hes> lyrically the average hip hop. . Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. . Other Genre Newsweek, , and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. . It didn't matter what it was. . Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and <hes> having been expelled. . There were two things. . One was positive. It . was the music and one was negative. . It was the substance abuse

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Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE

The Addicted Mind Podcast

04:32 min | 11 months ago

Am I Good Enough with ILL TONE

"Already, one welcome to the addicted mind podcast a great guest today. His name is Chris Hamilton also known as Il Tone in the hip hop scene. Chris, introduce yourself a what's going on. Dwayne, thanks for having me on this show. My name is Chris Obviously. As DWAYNE is introduced I go by the name of ill tone and I may get off artists slash music producer from Vancouver island on the West. coast. Of Canada a right. So you I think you reached out to me and you said, Hey, I have this music I'm in recovery I have a story to tell so I clicked on your links I listen to your music I. Loved it. I thought it was great and I said Man I I WanNa have Chris on the show I wanted to. Share his story and his passion and I could tell in your songs. There's just a lot of thought and there's recovery in them. I guess I should say so tell me a little bit about your story and how this all started. So I grew up in a relatively small town on bank hoover island here it's called the Komax Valley. It's actually an amalgamation of three small towns that together comprise one region and I always found that growing up the age old story of not having enough to do in a small town. You, know I played sports I had I. You know my whole family was around and stuff like that. But I was constantly complaining about how they're. I was nothing to do and I mean there's always something to do when it comes down to vote doors override or something but the town that I'm from is riddled with substance abuse issues. So at early age, you know about each eleven twelve I started drinking. I found right away. The powerlessness aspect of my diction was prevalent right off the Bat. I was always the first starts the last stop and the most terrible feeling the next day. But the most willing to go back out and do it again, and that's sad as powerless as it gets. When you know I, just I hate doing it but right away, I'm still perpetuating this addictive cycle. So I started smoking pot to in addition to the alcohol that was consuming I went from being a straight a student who played lots of sports to being a straight C student who played none. had behavioral problems all throughout school mainly high school on that culminated with me being expelled for biting and another thing that was happening around that time was I realized that I was identifying as being bisexual Ryo to make worse for me internally I'm in I'm in a small Redneck town I'm struggling with chemical dependency and I feel that there's no nobody that I can come out of the closet insured this wet. So that was a big part of as wall. I struggled with social anxiety as well, and I felt that the alcohol specifically and later the harder drugs like cocaine ecstasy things like that were away for me to actually become my actual self I say that in quotations. Yeah for sure I wasn't afraid to tell people about You know I wasn't afraid to cut loose to tell jokes to you know hang around with my friends and I introduce myself to New People through parties and things like that whereas I was shy and reserved when when I was sober Angry shine reserved as sober by funding outgoing I wasn't, and so this continued as a cycle throat high school got worse and worse like I said culminated with knee being expelled from school for biting and through all this I found a love for hip hop music. I'd heard hip hop music and loved how how expressive that was lyrically the average hip hop. Some is a law or lyrics than there are in any. Other Genre Newsweek, and I found that these rappers that I was listening to at the time were talking vote a struggle. It didn't matter what it was. Their struggles were much much different from mine but they were talking about some aspect of struggle I thought that I could relate to and so while I started writing mainly just for fun that was always a constant source of inspiration for me one of the few things that I still Enjoy doing after having given up the sports and you know school having flunked out a bit and having been expelled. There were two things. One was positive. It was the music and one was negative. It was the substance abuse

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"The web at fish dot com or to check out the latest happenings from dirt fish fall on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at dirt fish rally. Welcome back to the down and dirty radio show powered by. By Polaris razor Jim beaver Chris Leoni here, midway through our power rankings. Chris task number five Andrew Hines. We just found out at number four, I had Carl Markham and number five on my list, which brings me to mine, number four, who I'm going to go to f one, which I threw out a tweet and said, f one loss me as a fan and I'm actually going with the race winner, but not because he actually won the race. Louis Hamilton is number four on my list. Obviously, he did win the Formula one racist past weekend. But. I'm gonna throw the I don't know what you'd call it. I don't know. He stepped up as a driver. He went to the F I. He went to some meetings that he probably wasn't invited to and you know, he's finally becoming voice of the sport. I think this is what everybody wanted he's, you know, he's basically the current generation of Michael Schumacher. He you know, he's one of the greats going to go down as one of the grace of all time, but he went to the F, I went to the owners constructors, everybody and said, look, our sport is screwed up. We've lost the fans. It's boring and you know, and here's a guy who was winning everything. Chris Hamilton is like you would think he would want to keep it the way it is. Because obviously he's winning races. You know, he's going no like we're screwed. We, we need to rethink this thing. We've lost the fans you know, I it's just F one. I mean, obviously, we had what happened there in Canada now turns around and Dana Ricardo had something very similar at the French Grand Prix where they threw double penalties Adam because he made an aggressive pass it's like they don't even want passing. They. Want racing. I don't know what the hell is going on with f one right now. But number four on my list is Louis Hamilton, because he actually stepped up to the FAA and formula. One and said, ERC pump the brakes stop, we've got major, major problems here, and these things need to be fixed. So because he had a set of balls and he went to the F I because he won we aliens number four on my list. I am. I'm with you. Jim impressed with how Lewis Hamilton has handled himself definitely over the past few years. I know that guys like that. A reason to hate the reason to hate because not only do they have win. But they, you know, do they have a lot of wins, but they have personalities that can be grading for somebody, you know, if your favorite driver isn't winning and you see how the guy who is celebrates. I mean, there are a lot of people like that. It's the same reason that people hate Kyle Busch. They eight when he gets up on top of the car with the checkered flag, does the bow. They hate the way he handles interviews to hate the way he conducts himself. A lot of people hate the way that Lewis Hamilton, does too, but, you know, of always respected, how Lewis Hamilton, you know, just wants better competition formula won't once more competition formula. One doesn't want sitting doesn't want to just be able to run away with events and run away with champ. Sian ships. And I mean, correct me if I'm wrong, but I think I've actually seen him put forth, a couple of nice words about IndyCar here, and there, hell is freezing happens to. Yeah. Right. Over dream. One can only dream that he might come over. But yeah, I mean look, it's you know it's open wheel racing. And I'm sure that we will both get IndyCar a little bit later. But my number three. I'm actually going to go to the ten tops. I'm going to go to the stock cars. I'm gonna go to Martin sure. Ex junior another victory cinema hung on Kyle Busch. I mean they were well ahead of the pack at the end of that race. And you know it was it's just it's impressive to see everything that Barton ex juniors done with his career. I mean you know, he's kinda had this curse on. I mean firms of teams that he's been to shutting down, you know, D I shut down and like furniture row shutdown between there, you had the Michael Waltrip racing deal that fell through with, you know, everything that happened there. It's all the credit in the world, detracts everything that he's done been able to take that championship slotted into joke. Ins racing found himself at home. You know, it's, it's really impressive to see what he's done with his career. Clear. And, you know, I impressed with the way that he handled sonoma's, and I know that obviously the big story was Darrell Waltrip, you know, and his swansong and sorta taking a battle on his on his career, nineteen years of broadcasting, which, you know, is, is no easy feat. And frankly, if I'm doing this, you know, if I'm doing guest spots, even for nineteen years. And that's a hell of an effort. But, you know all the credit in the world Detroit ex you know they played that race perfectly. They rebel the hang on take the victory. And you know it could be another championship season for them. No in you know in the same exact spot. I had Martin tricks on my list. Everything you've said, you know, obviously, I did. I know you missed it was back to back, sonoma's linzie one last year one again this year, you know, and also the guys red hot right now. He's got four wins on the season and those four wins of all come in the last eight races. So Martin true Noma, I always, you know, I always, I'm road course fan. Nascar. So I always bump up the road courses you know, just to hear you know, I think they're a little bit tougher to win just because they're out of these guys elements a little bit. So yeah Martin x number three on my list. Same as you Kris, which rolls us into our top two. And I'm pretty sure we've got the same top two, but I'm kind of interesting to see which one we rank over the other. So Chris do you have at number two on your list? Well, Jim this one was tough because, you know, I really didn't wanna do the one eight one b thing. I know we've done it before. I know I think both of us have done it at least once. But I hate it, it's kind of a cop out, you know. And I mean this, this really came down to me looking at well, how are we really doing this these power rankings? I mean how much context you know how, how much weight do we want to put on the context of what you've been doing over the past few months, rather than just past seven days and? For me it came down to and I feel bad because again he's on the show this week. But I put Steve Torrens at number two. If the winning streak was still going, I would've had him at number one, I think, no doubt, but, you know, still six seven victories in the past seven races, eight band. That's, that's a single round loss. Because he still made it to the final at the one race that he lost. So what is that? Twenty seven for twenty eight in the nation rounds. Over the past couple of months, I mean, steeton Steve. Oh, absolutely earned that SP best driver nomination. And frankly I feel like if your vote for anybody else you just really don't understand know exactly what he accomplished. I mean it's insane with, you know, just the context there. And I mean yeah. Hamilton dominated f one last year. But the machinery is just so important in one. I mean you really know that it's going to be one or two cars that wins at this point with. Way, the regulations are with NHRA. I mean every weekend really is kind of a pick em, and for Stevo to be as dominant as he has, you know, it's unlike anything we've really ever seen before. And he's been on the list. You know for both of us quite frequently. But, you know, just really trying to focus my picks on this weekend. I had to put him at number two, well, and you know, Steve the he's become one of my, you know, one of my really, really good friends, and I got him a number two on my list, too. I mean I just had to like you said if the streak was going on. Yes, he's absolutely number one, and this is not taking him away. I mean, you know, for God's sake, six out of seven wins. I mean like it's just mind boggling to me, his actually, his last three years of mind boggling, like you said, we've got a separate something somehow somewhere. I think like you said to me, I know Espy's is more of a popularity contest. I don't know that he will win the SP. I know I'm voting everyday. We're working on content. We're trying to get the word out. I incur. Anybody listening to us right now? Please go and vote for Steve towards for that Espy. He deserves it. You look at everybody on the list not taking anything away from Dixon Bush, or Louis Hamilton. But what Steve accomplish last June is doing this year is absolutely second to none, but yeah, Steve, my man. He's been on the top of my list. Plenty of times he is second on my list today, because which rolls us into our number one, which I believe is mutual at this point Alexander Rossi Chris, this guy is thirty seconds. Like that's mind boggling. There was the last pit stop of the race. He pulled in all the other pit crews were literally sitting on the wall watching he takes off. He is completely out of sight, and then like the rest of the field comes in and starts pitting like it was just it was crazy who wins by thirty seconds in IndyCar. I mean, just think about the context in that Jim. That's that's two laps in the NASCAR race at Bristol Motor Speedway. That is probably more time than you spend racing in an elimination, you know, in eliminating rounds during NHRA of thirty seconds is in turn. Thirty seconds attorney and just about any form of racing. I mean you know. Even the Pinski guys. Go willpower, summed it up. I think the best he goes. Yeah. He goes, I think I had the best cart. He says, I think I had a race winning car today. He's like, we had an amazing car, and he's like, if Alexander Rossi didn't show up. He's like, I had an amazing car, and he's like, which makes me wonder he's like the Hecker those guys doing. He's like, I have a car. That's really, really good. But he's like, obviously our car sucked because for somebody win by thirty seconds. He's like, that's like half a second a lap. He's like, how do you do that? Even like the Penske drivers were just like wow like what what's going on here? You remember being a kid and playing video games and putting things on the mode, because you just really you weren't playing for anybody else you were basically playing to win. That's what that looks like. I know that since the kings, obviously, we're not just living in a simulation, where whoever is tapped into Rousey is playing racing games on easy male. But that's what it looked like. I mean, that, that is the kind of beat down that you don't see in racing these days unless you're a Long Beach in April, and your name is still like Sander Rossi. I mean God, it's like they're gonna have to they're going to have to do what people do in like short tracks where they invert the field and they start a fast guy at the back and, you know, just to make an interesting for everybody else. They're gonna have to start Rossi dead last and just be like, all right. Have that true store there. All right. We gotta take a break. I'm pullers writer, Jim beaver Irish trophy. Rex professionally hosted down thirty radio show and also travel the country announcing motor sports events..

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"And so when Rosen seen spy chief in an ally? Yes. The school in the state Stiller allowed to keep their on Ariffin of the native Americans of Illinois. He tracked the offender who he thought might be a school employees to the washroom to as he put it catch the chief putting on his constume to document all the ways the university employees ease might be involved in helping except that taking pictures of someone in a bathroom is he legal and develop which I learned the hard way little known fact, there's a hard way to prove a point. I have to say this is one of those stories with no protagonist, yeah. Yeah. I'm not really on anyone side. Chapter three. This is my favorite title of any of the child's chapter three is called the majesty aerial classroom, leopard. Oh my God. Let's see. It really is the white Andre. In this chapter, he lists examples of all the insane outrageous things that left this college professors are settling their students. Here's an example, Dr Dana cloud professor of communication and rhetorical studies at Syracuse university and a member of the international socialist organization blames America for nine, eleven writing a new pledge of allegiance. She pledged allegiance to the people of Iraq Palestine, Afghantistan, and to their struggles to survive and resist slavery to corporate greed, brutal wars against their families, and the economic and environmental ruin wrought by global capitalism. Oh, yeah. I mean. No, I take my daughter to kindergarten and they say the pledge and talk about God and pledge and all of that. And I just don't even know what to do with it. I wish I had assembled once again. I get the sentiment is not as catchy, you know. William Penn, a teacher in the creative writing program at Michigan State University was recorded complaining and one of his classes about dead white Republicans who raped his country. You noticed Charlie doesn't mention what country this guy's from, but I bet it with lineup pretty well with Pennsylvania. Ferrets Dr, Todd couch, Dr, Todd couches, sociology professor at Coker college. No, that's not re-. I spurted gone. That's a fake name. We've made up. Wasn't. It didn't didn't the Browns trade for him at one point. The quarterback. I've heard Dan Quinn address address Dr Todd. Lake. Doc professor, Todd cash, listen up. He's a sociology professor who said that racial oppression was central to the founding fathers philosophy? Yes. Yes, that's either teaching college students. This. Dr. Chris Hamilton, a professor at Washburn university accused conservatives such as Ron, Paul and Ted Cruz of working to strip people of the civil rights. He wrote in his class curriculum about Neo confederacy movements that are part of big money ultra-right powers, coke Industries Co. and co. Founders of the John Birch society that is part of a broad, new white nationalist movement. That's what he disagrees. Totally Kirk while literally stuffing bags of cash back into a fucking closets. Yeah. No, that's that's the saints as man with zero talents who's paid one hundred seventy five thousand dollars a year to behave this way. A Columbia University school social work lecturer defended socialism by blaming capitalism for two world wars centuries of slavery and the genocide of native Americans. He. Okay question though. Which two world wars..

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Don't forget just coffee dot co, coop Fairtrade coffee tea or chocolate use the coupon code majority get ten percent off earlier this week. There was a Tuesday, I believe, indeed. And on that Tuesday, the Mike Brooks show happened who remind us again, who was on their Ken clip and Stein, who's a great reporter was a guest. There's a roadmap for what we could potentially do to end the mass murderer and carnage that the US is not just direct co participant in daily in Yemen might be the first place I've heard some positive. Yeah. Forecasting about that situation actually was some positive for gassing while glad while went into the gulag and we got some history lessons on McCarthy bunch. Of other segments woke rose on Saturday. This Sunday elicit history of Lula day Silva in the Workers Party. And then of course for back next Tuesday can I mention one thing really quick. I forgot to before this Sunday. My friend, Chris Hamilton is really good. Stand up comedian is shooting some type of pilot and it's called taboo talk. And I'm going to be on a panel on interracial dating, and it's going to be at nine pm at the pine box rock shop in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Pretty Tori I was talking about. So if you're in the city or in rare, is it at the actually you've been there because this is where zaps used to do his show the pint box rock shop, which is twelve Gratton street in Brooklyn Bushwick. He can empanadas there. It's a nice fan, gets hungry. It's actually a very, I would go there. If if I wasn't completely other side of Brooklyn anyways, that's nine pm on Sunday. It'll be fun and I'll be there and Jamie, the anti antifa hell, yeah. So we have just released to what are we calling them? Singles, I dunno, standalone episodes. One is my interview with Nora sing. The front woman of l. a punk band hit bargain. We talk about all kinds of interesting things. The other is Andy his. He interviewed the people who run a radical space called Woodbine in Ridgewood queens, and we have now Dale down a release date for the somewhat elusive, third single from Sean which is about historical materialism. And I listened to it last night and I think it's going to be worth the way. I mean, of course. You're listening. It's good. Don't worry about it. Of course. I'm going to say this. 'cause like it's my show and I want people listen to it. Also I am his wife, but it's so good. Like I actually teared up a little bit at the end when he was talking about how historical materialism gives us the tools that we need to understand where capitalism came from and how we can defeat it. You make you cry. She'll like communism half that. True literary hangover. We talked about a history of sort of early settlement of America. Check it out. It's going to be on YouTube this weekend. It takes. It takes thirteen hours for me to render those videos. So gotta do over the weekend. For the time, Matt. Let's take a look at the Jimmy cake song of the week. What? What is it? What? What? What? What is the name of the? Well, it looks like he's brought in some other musical town, so it's it's called a thorough -tarian Maga hypocrite. And it's Jimmy Reefer cake featuring Adam rain stopper. Okay..

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"Check it out especially if you're busy those you mom tmz out there they're constantly driving around and you've got fifteen twenty minutes here that you've got that you've got a free minute hey throw that in listen learn something expand your mind it's great stuff all right so let's talk about this guy chris hamilton and his view on on why we've got a trade war coming up his idea is that we just read it to you the global situation has brought us to this the trump trade war is not about fair trade but about a global market that is essentially reached zenith and all participants will be fighting to maintain their slice of the shrinking pie as the chart below highlights the fifteen to fourteen year old global population the yada yada what he's suggesting is this he says world population is declining and as well it's flat lining and is started flat lining in about two thousand fifteen and now it started to decline and he is saying that as you have seen gene population rates start to level off and now starting to klein you've seen central banks around the world replace that that ever expanding group of people who are producing with debt and and money printing and that is that was done in order to try and maintain the growth rates that the federal reserve wanted to see in the central banks around the world wanted to see and he said this is absolutely not sustainable nine says as a matter of fact when you look at the bond market he says the bulk of the people who are buying and i'm really paraphrasing here because i if i get into the weeds on this i'm gonna lose everybody but when you look at who is doing the buying of us bonds right now the bulk of the bond purchases are no longer coming from outside sources they're no longer coming they're no longer coming from like social security 'cause so security is going to be bankrupt soon they're not going to be able to purchase debt because they're going to be upside down and so they won't be able to purchase treasuries you're not gonna get it from foreign investment because foreign investors have been paring back their bond purchases as well and they're not buying nearly as many bonds as they used to it's not gonna come from you know from from domestic treasury buying it's not gonna come from our own fed or treasury department because they are paring back they're buying no the bulk of the buying of us debt right now is coming from two places mutual funds number one so all you folks who've been putting your money into these mutual funds and buying bonds quote unquote safe assets with you are the ones who are holding up this sinking ship the other group is a group actually classified as other and it includes everything from let me read where this actually comes from not it includes banks individuals includes trust funds and it's what it is shading apparently the bulk of the buying in the bond market right now is coming from a catchall group of people that cannot be readily identified now if you think that doesn't cause shouldn't cause you a little bit of concern believe me it should you compound that with what we talked about yesterday and about the the stock market itself and the lack of liquidity and the fact now the bond market is really lost its liquidity as well and the only people who are buying our subset of a subset of catchall group of people in the other category encompassing you know individual investors and trust funds this should be of major concern to you the now on the flip side of that one of the things that i don't believe in is i don't believe in i i don't believe that there is a there is.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

The Jason Stapleton Program

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program

"I have a really incredible article from chris hamilton from economic from the economic blog and it talks about the real reason why why american bond basically who's buying us treasuries and why were seeing the trade wars that are happening now the biggest problem is i don't know how going to explain this to people because it is very complex there's a lot of charts in here that illustrate what he's talking about and it's an excellent read i will link to this article in the show notes today so that you all can read it if i don't get a chance to get to it today or if i just i get to it but i do a terrible job of explaining it to you because i just get a feeling that even if i do my best here that without the graphs without understanding visual representation of what i'm talking about it's going to be really difficult for you to wrap your head around all the number so i might give you guys a little cursory overview of what he's talking about and then let you all go and read those of you who are really interested in it melissa about about trump here of holding the band or the the court upholding his ban the supreme court on tuesday upheld president trump's ban on travel for several mostly mu muslim countries the five to four decision tuesday's the courts first substantive ruling on trump administration policy chief justice john roberts wrote the majority opinion robert rhodes roberts wrote to the president has substantial power to regulate immigration he also rejected the challenges claim of anti muslim bias now i i actually i've done a little bit of research on this i'm no by no means a constitutional scholar but i know them and i went and read a bunch of stuff and chris and khawla somebody that i trust implicitly if you guys don't listen to the chris n hall show you really should she's she's been on the show a couple of times she's an incredible constitutional mind and she doesn't pull any punches and as you look at the constitution the reality is the federal government doesn't have any purview in immigration now they have some rules about naturalization so that the constitution does talk about congress being able to establish rules for the natch troas asian of citizens so people who wanna come here and become american citizens congress has the authority to determine what the requirements are what the steps are in order for someone to do that they don't actually have any control over who comes in and out of the country according to the constitution the president by that same token has absolutely no control over who comes in and out of the country based on his enumerated powers inside of the constitution the only thing he can do is ensure that the that the constitutionally off the constitutionally this i'm screwing this that those laws that are constitutional that congress passes are faithfully enforced so win congress executes along based on its constitutional powers the president has a responsibility to see that that particular law is enforced and not to stand in the way of it but he has no power over regulation of immigration according to the constitution so i don't i i'm interested to know i haven't read the full decision by roberts but i'm interested to know what constitutional authority he draws this power from because it says he has substantial power to regulate immigration i don't see it anywhere in the constitution i don't know where that exists he says roberts went on to say but we express no view on the soundness of his policies although they're giving him they're saying no he has the authority to do pretty much what every wants to regarding immigration we're not gonna we're not suggesting in saying that that there is that is that this is a good idea turns out justice sonia sotomayor wrote the dissenting opinion she said a reasonable observer would conclude that the proclamation was motivated by anti muslim animus she's at her colleagues arrived at their opposing result result by quote ignoring the facts misconstruing our legal precedent and turning a blind eye to the pain and suffering of the proclamation inflicts upon countless families and individuals many of whom are united states citizens.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington i'm dave mattingly wildfires in northern california wine country are now blame for seventeen deaths authorities say more than two thousand homes and businesses have been destroyed by one of the deadliest fire outbreaks and state history sukhi lewis with member station kqed says more than a dozen large wildfires are burning blocks and blocks of houses and a densely populated suburb and santa rosa have been reduced to piles of smoking asked and twisted metal 27yearold came as suame surveys that only home she's ever left dan she wasn't here when the fire broke out and couldn't rescue any of her belongings all the theft that means the mouth you know steph had saved them thousands little girl it's gone and can make morning here on a hill for everybody who lived here as if i can't believe it swain is one of hundreds of people facing the destruction of a home for npr news i'm sukhi less authorities say they expect the number of fire deaths to go up dozens of people are still reported missing and cinema county the law enforcement says many may have simply evacuated to safety elsewhere fire officials say they have yet to determine the cause of any of the seventeen large wildfires burning north of san francisco the coal industry is applauding the trump administration for announcing its repealing the obama era clean power plan roxie todd with west virginia public broadcasting says official word came yesterday from epa administrator scott pruitt west virginia call association vice president chris hamilton says coal companies and minors the cross appalachia are ecstatic about pruitt's announcement his actions here to officially stop and reverse the clean power plan from going forward is without question one of the more significant developments that the coal industry has ever experienced the clean power plan set state level targets for reducing carbon emissions by the year 2030.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Today the mayor of gillette wyoming louise carter keen welcomed good news for a change just for optimism it a shot in the arm here for the industry but a shot in the arm is not the same as bringing jobs back what we're finding is that the clean power plan is going to have zero impact jeremy richardson is with the union of concerned scientists which supports policies to address climate change in a new analysis it finds the decline of coal is ongoing basically more than onethird of the nation's coalfired electricity is either already slated to go off wine or it more expensive to operate than existing natural gas the coal industry has had trouble competing with a rise of cheap natural gas in recent years and the cost of wind and solar is also come way down ap a ministry to scott pruitt says dumping the clean power plan will save industry thirty three billion dollars in compliance costs but environmental groups are questioning the administration's costbenefit calculations among other things the accused of understating how much reducing carbon emissions improves public health several environmental groups and several states say they plan to challenge today's repeal in west virginia the call associations chris hamilton says his industry will likely never get back all the jobs it's lost and he won't guests the exact impact of repealing the clean power plan that hamilton who endorsed trump during his campaign believes the president can help in other ways by reviving manufacturing he says and steel production and renegotiating trade deals than than you'll have more people working you'll have more power being consumed and thus more miners will will be able to go to work so more promises for the president to keep for an industry that is watching jennifer leaden npr news.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for this npr podcast in the following message come from chevron chevron celebrates innovators and entrepreneurs who create build and do and chevron is finding better ways to do with they do to help keep doers doing the coal industry is cheering the trump administration's move to repeal the clean power plan that was president obama's signature everett to address climate change eta administrator scott pruitt formerly started that process today but as npr's jennifer leaden reports it is not clear how much that will help an industry in decline getting rid of the clean power plan was one of president trump's biggest promises here he is campaigning in west virginia last year forget about the martyrs all over this country we're going to put up myers back to work we're gonna heart since taking office trump has helped the coal industry pushing to repeal some obama era regulations that had not yet taken effect starting a regulatory process to roll back others but chris hamilton of the west virginia called association says this is the big one the not think it signifies in grand fashion the war on coal is over the clean power plan aimed to cut carbon emissions from power plants by a third by 2030 where than two dozen states filed suit to stop the plan ed it never took effect the call industry officials say it's still led many utilities to shift in natural gas or renewable power since two thousand eight kohl share of electricity has plummeted from half to less than a third as dozens of plants have closed and thousands of jobs are cut.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie

"But i feel like chris o'donnell like self reflected in went this is where i'm going to settle this is not working out i'm going to do what i can do and be on the cbs show make a lot of banking kids and send them to college where's tougher graces like i can do it i can do it and if people are listen book while the tomato for grace because that's a sneaky chris dog as a christofer great my favorite types of crisis next to crispin glover mad their favorite all right next is chris stapleton so famed country music artists who rose to fame mainly because of hobnobbing with celebrities who love him including chris pratt who is actually in our competition and ceo chris hamilton recently sent because chris pratt mentioned how much he loved chris abelson album so we sent it to him in a guardians the galaxy mix tape with a sony walkman super sweet and adorable sure here's the problem chris stapleton little still looks like chris stapleton that beards not getting you on any pageant list now cleaning up my last one has chris north ak mr big from six in the city and peter four from the good wife beautifully work you ended last year you haven't really done much twenty seventeen you are in a tv series called manhunt colon univar that's great also your id photo looks like you or someone who robbed a string of saloons and is now wanted for murder dead or alive and you got to shave that flavor savior you're old enough to know better so bad my final one is chris cross now you may be saying yourself that doesn't really count the name of the deal but why both members of the deal are named cranston all right so crisscross was an american have formed in the early nineties consisting of chris mac daddy kelly increased daddy mack.

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"chris hamilton" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

PBS NewsHour

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"chris hamilton" Discussed on PBS NewsHour

"The rock is pulverized in the mining process toxic chemicals had been rolls locked inside for millennia are released and exposed to the air creating two areas of concern one at the water coming out of these mind to salty it's full of rock dr salts and that by itself is stressful too many freshwater organisms and sort of subsidiary problem is that that salt contains lots of elevated levels of trace metals which have known talks this city to organisms but the mining industry believes that concern is overstated physical example that we have to build on top of you rocky heckler show me the trenches and retention ponds designed to capture runoff and protect the surrounding environment you don't have anything leaving the property downstream consequences we've samples taken now for eight years we were never had the water issue the coal industry says it tests water continuously chris hamilton is the senior vice president of the west virginia coal association does not something to stan haphazardly berry berry high the premium placed on it and it's a very important aspect dislike personal and individual mind health and safety but the data tells a different story we joined believe earnhardt colleague eric more as he did some field work near the largest surface mine in central appalachia active for more than forty years the whole bed mine has transformed about ten thousand acres of natural mountain peaks into man made macy's the duke team presided over fourteen different monitoring sites in what appear to be clean mountain streams.

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