35 Burst results for "Chris I"

Resurgent Valdez 'amazing' in Astros' Game 5 win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 22 hrs ago

Resurgent Valdez 'amazing' in Astros' Game 5 win

"Your done Alvarez and framer Valdez teamed up to move the Astros one win away from the World Series after a nine to one game five win over the red Sox Alvarez had a first inning solo Homer and added a two run double in the Astros five run sixth inning Houston starter Valdez tossed eight innings of one run three hit ball with five strikeouts Astros manager dusty Baker says his team's game five fate was in good hands you know all the answers for amber and it really in the hands of Alvarez you know the entire body else contributed Rafael Devers had a solo Homer in the seventh for the red Sox after starter Chris sale allowed four runs and struck out seven in five and a third innings Gethin

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Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:47 min | 1 d ago

Has America Become a Country of Cowardice?

"Here, reading to you from Barry Weiss about what is happening in this country. The we got here because of cowardice we get out with courage. And she gives examples here. People fired. The Vermont school principal fired because she said she supports black lives, but not the organization Black Lives Matter. Black Lives Matter is a hate organization. If you support it, you support hatred in this country. Undiluted, left wing, Marxist hatred. Okay, period. Everybody knows that. No, not everybody. Most people know that. Most people know much of what the left stands for is a lie. But you can't say it. I say it. Just as I say that it is better to have natural immunity than to get a vaccine. I've never said people shouldn't get a vaccine and lied about. I was lied about in The Washington Post in the CNN play for you to see and then way of Chris Cuomo's way of distorting what I said. Lying on CNN comes so naturally that I don't even believe they're aware of the fact that they lie. And I will play it for you. This is what this is what we have entered. So she gives example another one of the Hispanic utility worker in San Diego fired because somebody said made a white supremacist hand gesture. He was in fact cracking his knuckles out of his car window. You're guilty. If one person on the left says you're guilty. In this ideology she continues Barry Weiss. The quality of opportunity is replaced with equality of outcome as a measure of fairness. If every one doesn't finish the race at the same time the course must have been defective. Thus the argument to get rid of the SAT. Or the admissions test for public schools like stuyvesant in New York or Lowell in San Francisco. In this ideology you are guilty for the sins of your fathers. In other words, you are not you. You are only a mere avatar of your race or your religion or your class.

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FBI Agents Swarm Russian Oligarch's DC Home

The Dan Bongino Show

01:38 min | 1 d ago

FBI Agents Swarm Russian Oligarch's DC Home

"So the guy whose house they swarmed the yesterday in Washington D.C. the FBI this guy Oleg deripaska was connected to Vladimir Putin but he also had business relationships with Christopher Steele who was one of the authors of the dossier used to spy on Donald Trump by the FBI That was the whole collusion dossier You know the pee pee tape He's colluding with Putin You got the whole thing So some people say Dan this great news deripaska means a closed in on stealing a network I'm not sure about that But here before we get to so we have two options here Either they're closing in on steels and network or more likely they're hiding George Soros's role and others in the 2016 election manipulation That's what I think But going back to reason number one here's steals connections some of them this guy Derek Oscar they serve the warrant on his house yesterday In 2015 DOJ officials notably Brussels and some FBI agents met in New York with deripaska to seek the Russian billionaires help on organized crime investigations The meeting was facilitated though not attended by Christopher Steele Chris the first Theo area is here it gets worse In 2012 yields private firm orbis was hired as a subcontractor by a law firm working for you guessed it their apostle Who then headed Russia's largest aluminum company Steals firm was asked to do some research on a business rival By 2015 steals work had left him friendly with one of their apostles lawyers according to John Solomon's sources this is from a 2018 piece And when or the associate Deputy Attorney General longtime acquaintance of steel sought help getting to meet their pasca who obliged but Christopher

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Bellinger, Betts rally Dodgers, cut Braves' NLCS lead to 2-1

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 d ago

Bellinger, Betts rally Dodgers, cut Braves' NLCS lead to 2-1

"The Dodgers pulled off a heart thumping six to five comeback win over the Braves in game three trailing five two in the eighth and down to their final five ouch Cody Bellinger hit a game tying three run Homer off Luke Jackson three batters later Mookie Betts lined a double that brought home Chris Taylor with the go ahead run Kenley Jansen struck out the side in the ninth inning to lock it down the Braves still lead the series two games to one mark Myers Los Angeles

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Watt forces fumble in overtime, Steelers edge Seahawks 23-20

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 3 d ago

Watt forces fumble in overtime, Steelers edge Seahawks 23-20

"TJ was forced fumble in overtime help set up Chris Boswell's thirty seven yard field goal giving the Pittsburgh Steelers a twenty three twenty win over Seattle what the **** did three passes had seven tackles and two sacks but it was the strip sack of Gino Smith in overtime that proved to be the game's biggest play Ben Roethlisberger pass for two hundred twenty nine yards and a touchdown running back Najee Harris racked up one hundred twenty seven yards of offense the Steelers are three and three Smith helped rally Seattle back from down fourteen nothing at half he passed for two hundred nine yards and a touchdown while the Seahawks now two and four ran for two hundred nine yards as a team Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh

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Joe Burrow throws 3 TDs as Bengals rout winless Lions 34-11

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 4 d ago

Joe Burrow throws 3 TDs as Bengals rout winless Lions 34-11

"Joe burrow tied a career high with three scoring passes for the bangles and a thirty four eleven route of alliance managing mental errors in the first half that are uncharacteristic of some guys and one second half we really executed well up front and execute all of our players well we don't have any mental where's pearl finished nineteen of twenty nine for two hundred seventy one yards including a twenty four yard touchdown pass to rookie running back Chris Evans on the game's opening drive he also tossed a short pass to Joe Mixon on fourth down that the running back turned into a forty yard score on the opening possession of the second half giving Cincinnati a seventeen nothing lead the foreign to Bengals already have equaled last year's win total Jared Goff was twenty eight of forty two for two hundred two yards averaging less than five yards per attempt on the ferry

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 The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 4 d ago

The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates

"Doctors calling Texas governor Greg Abbott's moves to ban vaccine mandates in his state really unfortunate appearing on fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace Dr Anthony Fauci says governor Greg Abbott's decision to block Texas businesses from requiring employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen could damage public health I can understand perhaps what the governor is trying to do but I think when you're in a public health crisis sometimes unusual situations require unusual actions and in this case it's things like mandating beat a mask or vaccinations the president's chief medical adviser says some sixty six million Americans currently eligible are not vaccinated and that leaves more room for the virus to circulate we're not living in a vacuum as individuals we're living in a society and

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Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 d ago

Cora meets former team again with Red Sox vs Astros in ALCS

"The Astros and red Sox are meeting in the A. L. C. S. for the first time since two thousand eighteen the last time Boston won the World Series Houston has home field advantage for this series thanks to the Bo Sox four game win over the top seeded race in the division series Houston manager dusty Baker is glad his team is home for the first two games of the last week of the season yes to know how important I was going to be up for this home field advantage I know everybody was was probably you know pick and Tampa Chris sale starts game one for the red Sox with nature of all the slated to go Saturday former Valdez gets the ball for the Astros on Friday before Luis Garcia opposes of all the the Astros won the season series five two I'm Dave Ferrie

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Ovechkin gets career goal 732, now 5th all-time

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Ovechkin gets career goal 732, now 5th all-time

"Alex Ovechkin scored two goals in past Marcel Dionne into fifth place on the NHL's all time goal scoring list with seven hundred thirty two as the capitals beat the Rangers five to one in the season opener of educ and added two assists one on T. J. Oshie scores goal of the season he also assisted on Henrik lapierre's first NHL goal veterans on the capital scored three power play tallies store on the ceiling when nobody getting to go into the game you know give us that kind of extra motivation extension yeah so think of a what cardinal pope and considers of Justin Schultz also scored for the capitals walk Chris Kreider had

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Critical Race Theory Activists Hate First Amendment Rights

Mark Levin

01:57 min | Last week

Critical Race Theory Activists Hate First Amendment Rights

"With the attorney general with the war on parents and taxpayers Folks we have these people on the run If we didn't have them on the run this wouldn't be happening Try opened To American Marxism as paging through I said I know it's in here I know it's in here So just listen to this if you will and we'll get on to other subjects in a moment Critical race theory theorists and activists declare that not only a society incurably racist and white dominated But there's no point in attempting to assert a pursue your rights because such rights really are not rights at all Why Because they do not deliver the kind of Marxist egalitarianism and people's Paradise demanded by the critical race movement Indeed rights are used They are get to uphold the white racial structure and deny minorities power CRT activists like Marxist revolutionaries stick with this Here's the point Our intolerant of contrary arguments and challenges to their views therefore free speech is particularly threatening to their cause Got that This is in the book Although the focus is said to be on hate speech which is a term applied to both obvious and offensive racial smears as well as a broader political and philosophical deep disagreement Chris Damascus associate Professor of communication at the University of Washington to come explained CRT scholars have critiqued many of the assumptions that they believe constitute the ideology of the First Amendment For example instead of helping to achieve healthy and robust debate the First Amendment actually serves to preserve the inequities of the status quo This is why they're attacking teachers excuse me parents This is why they're attacking taxpayers Anybody who goes to board meetings and doesn't sit down and shut up

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Stroud throws 5 TDs, No. 7 Buckeyes bury Maryland 66-17

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last week

Stroud throws 5 TDs, No. 7 Buckeyes bury Maryland 66-17

"On homecoming weekend the number seven ranked Ohio State Buckeyes beat down the visiting Maryland Terrapins sixty six to seventeen the first eight offense to drive through high state resulted in eight straight touchdowns Ohio state quarterback CJ Stroud was superb totaling four hundred six yards passing and four touchdowns but to make it really helped me in the model line does a great job of keeping publicly she was a great job of crazy separation ties are great are blocking a person's original one basketball will I mean I just have to do my job my part senior wide receiver Chris Alabi piece together seven receptions a hundred twenty yards and two touchdowns on the day including an incredible thirty yard touchdown catch in tight coverage midway through the third quarter Ohio state's defense also contributed their fourth consecutive game with the pick six Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio

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Red Sox flex muscles, power past Rays 14-6 to even ALDS 1-1

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Red Sox flex muscles, power past Rays 14-6 to even ALDS 1-1

"The Boston Red Sox pounded out twenty hits led by a five hit performance by Kiki Hernandez to defeat the Tampa Bay rays fourteen to six in game two of the American League division series one night after taking over for caller Hernandez finished with one of Boston's franchise record five home runs in the game and also had three doubles talk to hitting coaches and we came up with a with a with a plan to work for and and the Cajun isolated to the two B. P. and I feel a little bit better and I had an okay game Jenner how could earn the win taking over for Chris sale who allowed five first inning runs the way it allows the red Sox to even the best of five division series at one game apiece splitting the first two games at Tropicana field Steve Kerr in Saint Petersburg

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Browns vs Chargers: Final Injury Report Full of Concerns for Cleveland

Charger Chat

01:57 min | Last week

Browns vs Chargers: Final Injury Report Full of Concerns for Cleveland

"We're still looking at Wednesday's injury report, but for the Chargers, everybody's getting a little practice, and there's no D and ds. Anybody that's not practicing is on IR. Right. Those are the only guys that are not practicing, but knock on wood doesn't this feel weird? It feels good. It feels really weird because when you look at the Cleveland Browns, there's a slew of dudes of DNP. There's a lot. There is a lot of 15 or 17 something crazy. There's a lot of people on this list. Yeah, in years past, this would be flipped. We would be the one with the scroll of players that are not practicing and the other team had like a handful. Not this year, folks this year, we've only got one two and three, four, 5, 6. People on the list and everybody's practicing. Yeah, three of them are limited, but they only guide on their list that's like come on dude is Chris Harris. You know, like, you asked the point or else they would have put them on IR. He had to be so close to being able to play. He has to be back this week. Coach coach talked about him last during his most recent press conference and he said that, you know, he practiced in pads last week. There are really wanting these guys to get healthy and stay healthy. Right. It feels like he's probably going to play this week. He got in limited, but, you know, Justin Jackson Derwin and Chris Harris are limited. So everyone else is full. So that's pretty crazy. Yeah. And yeah, and it's crazy because the browns have an extra day rest too, 'cause they put Sunday, we play Monday. Their list is huge, man. It's crazy because a lot of these are like, they're just not practicing. Coach is just like not injury related. They're just resting. Two of the guys. Run them up. Run them off. Run them off, dog. Let's see. So we've got Odell Beckham junior. He's practicing in full davin Clowney. He's he didn't practice, which is, I mean, that's a big name. Wow. Garrett didn't practice Troy hill, Malik Jackson. There's a lot of guys on this list that starters that didn't

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Taylor hits walk-off HR, Dodgers deck Cards 3-1 in WC game

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Taylor hits walk-off HR, Dodgers deck Cards 3-1 in WC game

"Chris Taylor is put the Dodgers into the NL division series slamming a two out two run Homer off Alex Ramos in the bottom of the ninth to complete a three one triumph over the cardinals these are the moments that you dream about and you live for and you know the order look back on this for the rest of my life and I'm just fortunate that I was able to come through on a wild pitch by mixtures are scored Tommy Edman gave the cardinals the lead in the first inning it remained one nothing until Justin Turner unloaded a home run off Adam Wainwright in the bottom of the fourth the Dodgers will take on the giants in the division series matchup of teams that have won one hundred seven games apiece since opening day I'm Dave very

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Taylor hits walk-off HR, Dodgers beat Cards 3-1 in wild-card

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

Taylor hits walk-off HR, Dodgers beat Cards 3-1 in wild-card

"Chris Taylor is put the Dodgers into the NL division series slamming a two out two run Homer off Alex Ramos in the bottom of the ninth to complete a three one triumph over the cardinals race entered the game after Cody Ballenger was issued a two out walk by losing pitcher T. J. McFarland a wild pitch by mixtures are scored Tommy Edman gave the cardinals the lead in the first inning it remained one nothing until Justin Turner unloaded a home run off Adam Wainwright in the bottom of the fourth the Dodgers will take on the giants in the division series matchup of teams that have won one hundred seven games a piece since opening day I'm Dave very

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A capsule look at the Red Sox-Rays playoff series

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 weeks ago

A capsule look at the Red Sox-Rays playoff series

"The top teams in the AL east are squaring off in the division series the Sox lead the division by four and a half games on July seventh only to finish eight games behind the race Tampa Bay won the season series eleven to eight despite losing the first four meetings with Boston J. McClanahan starts game one for the rays on Thursday after going ten and six during the regular season he'll be opposed by thirteen game winner Eduardo Rodriguez Chris sale could start game two against rookie Shane buys both sex manager Alex Cora said Wednesday he's not sure JD Martinez will be available due to an ankle injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Christopher Rufo's Reaction to the Federalization of School Board Meetings

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Christopher Rufo's Reaction to the Federalization of School Board Meetings

"Chris ruco senior fellow Manhattan institute who's been on top of this critical race theory issue for years Chris thank you for all that you've done and all that you're doing You know this national school board association letter I was an old school board member when I was 19 or 20 years old This board represents nobody This looks like an inside job They write a letter on the 29th with all these allegations of very few examples And to the president of the United States and then within 5 days the Department of Justice issues this Stasi like memo What do you make of this Yeah I think it's absolutely clear from the timing and also the context that school board officials as well as the national teachers union including Randy weingarten and the NEA which represent millions of public school teachers They're starting to lose the argument about critical race theory about masking and schools And so they realized that they have to take more heavy handed measures So they reached out to their longtime partners people who are willing to do their bidding and the Biden administration And you see immediate compliance and then immediate celebration from the school board association president from the national teachers union president This is a very clear politicization of the Justice Department of the FBI of the office of attorney general to send it very clear signal If you're protesting against the authorities in your local area we're going to monitor you We're going to suppress you We're going to chill your speech and you're very basic rights of speech and assembly I think it's very concerning And I'm glad that people are starting to take notice and push

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Two White Arkansas News Anchors Suspended for Wearing Afro Wigs on Air

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | 2 weeks ago

Two White Arkansas News Anchors Suspended for Wearing Afro Wigs on Air

"Tv news anchors suspended for wearing afro wigs on air and listen to this to celebrate temperatures dipping into the seventies after a week. Long arkansas's k. a. tv news anchor. Chris may and meteorologist berry brand wore big like afro style. Wakes they were celebrating the seventies. Well the little rock station quickly suspended. The two anchors and fired their boss after the broadcasters wore these hairpieces during evening weather report during the segment which was dubbed returned to the seventies get it seventies afros. Leisure suits big curly hair. They put these wigs on the news anchor even posted a picture of him on twitter channel. Seven's got the little channel seven logo right there on his lapel pin with his big curly wig. If you buy a computer right now or your by your smartphone. Go to mike on. Tv at mike online dot com. You'll see the picture of k. A. tv anchor chris. May i don't know if that's the anchorman. Or the meteorologist berry brent. Both of them suspended indefinitely. The news anchor. I mean the news director fired. Because african american activist doctor a nica whitfield heard about the stunt the return to the seventy s and fired off a complaint to w atv

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"chris i" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"And so wh what happens in one day is almost sort of meaningless when compared to what happens over seven days. So that's why. I want to see what happens this week. Do we see a slow growth. Where we we are ten to twenty a day in terms of hospital count or do we see thirty to forty or fifty sixty The the purple side is the slower Ten to twenty mile. That's what we saw today. Does that mean it's going to last. No i can't look into the future But i can't sort of say let's watch the numbers. Let's see where it goes. And if we see ten to twenty throughout this week that'll be a good sign. Does that mean it's over. Heck no. Because i mean maybe it's slowing well. At least we're seeing a sign that's indicating it. I ain't going to say it just yet. But let's see what happens. I'm trying to pull some positivity at here. Chris i have just giving you hard time timer but an another area that has. I'm looking at the tweet right here. That you set out there. The positivity rate slowed a little bit today as well. So i mean i. If there's any reason to be optimistic outside of a vaccine getting ninety five percent effectiveness. It could possibly. I'm not saying it right now but it could possibly be because of these numbers again watched the the the problem that i don't wanna like captain doom here. Thank you really right. But the issue is that we're really. I mean you know when you start to say well. We can take comfort in the fact. We've got twelve percent positivity Remember it wasn't that long ago we were at two and a half percent and twelve percent was extraordinarily high so just remember that twelve percent remains very high. It means there's lots of spreading going on in the state And so you have to sort of take it with relative terms in terms of what it was a few months ago but again i as i say i'll take a slowdown in the increase..

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"chris i" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

OC Talk Radio

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on OC Talk Radio

"Time went on I realized that they were hurting my personal integrity and the things that they did to the point where it was a great Gig I mean but made a lot of money fractional job. But I found myself driving their own cheese I hate going into the office now, and as I'm a part time guy, I can quit whenever I want but but they really stopped on what I consider. A core value of the company Hashtag Integrity People have to act integrity have to treat their employees the right way, and and so you know that that that that ended that for me, it's a it's interesting when I was. I have this grafted I played with it says. Age and tolerance I. Guess is the word I'm looking for. You know when you're younger, you have the higher tolerance for stuff and as you get older like nat screw that bullshit I miss naked. report. So that's the best business. You've ever see what's the best business advice you've ever given. None of the above I I'm not in the advice business my job is to get clients to give to. Get them to give them their advice. From my framework, you have every answer to every question. You will ever be presented with in your head somewhere, and so if a client comes to me and says Chris I, don't know what to do about this. What I hear is Chris I. Don't have access to my wisdom to my knowledge, my inner knowing. So I don't have to seek the answer and I don't have to give them my answer what I need to do I need to seek. And remove the barrier that is stopping them from their answer once we do that, we can support them through executing whatever it is. They discover I you know the the way I've heard it phrased is you know I'm not gonna I'm not gonNa tell you what to see but I'm GonNa. Show you where to look and then I'll help you relate to what you find a questioned in this series if your journey was a book but with the title be. Renegotiate existence. Okay. Renegotiate your existence because that's exactly what I did You know I I had I would say that I had a dysfunctional childhood but that implies there's another kind. So I. I But I did I did get to a couple of points in my life where I I chose I had the opportunity and the background and the ability to decode and recode my entire my entire system and and in doing so it changed everything in my reality your your existence is negotiable and what you want it to be you can create that. Know I tell people all the time nobody when people say that he made me feel bad. She made me feel like nobody can make you do that. They'll be making. Yeah, that's up to you and how you want to interpret that, and so you know I'm a I'm a believer I can't I I have done what you're describing today but I mean there's been times when it had to step back and really break down deconstruct everything I was doing to determine how to move forward..

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"chris i" Discussed on Defocus Media

Defocus Media

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on Defocus Media

"Top mice. Great. Love it. His story, which he should have a long story short he relocated here for bank hoover's strictly to follow his dream of being a video offer reached out to me through instagram one time it was like, Hey, I just realized your local We he's like, have you ever thought about doing more video? Oh, absolutely I kid you not. We we save the DM Brennan is a master of documenting things We both have a copy of the GM I was in the process of typing. I'm actually looking for a DIRAC and he beat me to it by like a micro second in his was I could be your rock that's amazing and it just hit and the crazy gigabit history was He he agreed to do it for like I was like look I don't think I can I'm not gary be I can't afford a full time videographer to follow me around that. He was I will do it for free and I will prove my valley. It's amazing and it was only about three months before he had a full time job and. With the companies and everything else in its history ever since so that's amazing and you know that's interesting because that's a that's something that I think Gary Be, and maybe some others say to is like how do you get out there? We do you one way to do it is to do stuff for free to show your value worth and then people will start Ainu. So that's pretty cool that you live that. In a couple of other things that you mentioned along the way, there's too I always give people might three pillars building a brand. Whether it's online or offline, and you mentioned the top two is your big ones provide value number one and engaged like you said, you engage you every comment every em, and that's how you you build that reputation in that relationship with people out there. So that's really cool and just for the sake of completion. Number three is to be consistent across owns. That same person online and offline when you meet people as well. So I, think you're doing a great job with that. That's awesome. Thank you. I'm. Just a finished thought with an I don't know if you say did the big thing for me as well as legacy which along for men but I have blog about it before it ever. You know I'm thirty eight years old that I don't have a great picture of my father and I never will because he's gone and that's what I'm GonNa live with forever. You Know Family History Family History and obviously I'm going to change that and medicine and everything is changed. maleter constancy seventy. They don't they. They they. I don't think they have in like four generations. So for me, it's. If that day comes and none of us know. I want a legacy that that Piper bow can look back and I want them to understand what their dad was and what he tried to give and what he tried to contribute and I wanted to understand my my story right I, want them at all the ugly parts my story because I've spent the rest of my life and still do it today. Now that I'm a father tried to look back at my own dad and trying to figure out is that why you said what you said is that why you did what you did is that why you were you were I this is the documentation that they can look this one big documentaries that they look back on and hopefully if I've done them justice, they can answer all those questions that that is definitely my third. eltek. ACID. I think. You know. Trying to build the legacies important. you know that that's actually really really valuable. I was just thinking about that the older I get the more I started to think about that's why my parents acted or said that things are good back. Then in my dad's always said to me since I was a kid, he's like just wait until you have kids you'll understand and and definitely not only have kids starting to ten and my kids are still little. So I a mobile's not looking forward to. Conduct. The, we the first time we start sounding like our parents. Off. Just talking to my my kids, my daughter's. And the things? I'm saying to them like exactly what my dad says. So. I'd like to get close to wrapping up here. Of course, there's always two questions I ask everybody at the end of every ripon tests we're going to do that in a minute but I of those great question from that I I'd like to to, yeah what does success mean to you? What is your wi? Fi. Like you could probably put those the other and has that changed how has that changed on your journey? Was it something different ten years ago is it something different now? Yeah. So ten ten years ago and that that is an I was watching that question as well and it was like it's. Broadcast, I'm not going to jump in there but I'm glad that you went to. It has absolutely changed ten years ago. I was going to say I wasn't saying insecure but I definitely bore the scars of. I don't have the average safety net that all my friends we're like, God. Forbid you lose a parent. something. Statistically speaking you're forty something maybe fifty the you lose a parent. There's an influx of inheritance that everything else well. For a lot of stupid reasons that ship it already sailed for me, right. So ten years ago success for me was financial security. I I wanted to not be scared. Internally I didn't show it on the outside internally I was that scared orphan that was like Oh like what am I going to be? Okay. Hey, rates so That for years and that was a big driving factor. It wasn't to have blake. I've never been a blaney guy ever looking there is no point having I'm a beard. Yeah. Rate is aptly and I even tried to dull it down a little bit. But yes, ten ten years ago I'm sorry Chris I was me. Kidding me I'm used to and I try to keep my head down just to protect your is although although I haven't feel you'd be able to fix yourself there. So ten years ago success was definitely. Wasn't defined by money up success for me was. I was married ten years ago. It was like I need to get to a point to where I no longer read out our financial future alone. Security. So that was really the flag on the hill if you will, and that was define success for me is how do I create a life so that I'm no longer worried about that and I know that if one day we do adopt or back then if we do adopted everything that how can I be the family man that has provided and everything else success now? I. Talk About this a lot I've been very fortunate I've been very good with finances. I've been trading in stocks or a decade kind of thing and I I came from Rural Bank. Money has been my thing. I'm not early I very not. I'm not frugal. I. Don't buy anything if.

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"chris i" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Like I guess you would say. The levels of understanding how the human brain works years ago because it's a lack of the emotional intelligence I believe that prevents people from really succeeding in sales. Because you don't have to tell me who you are. I'm GonNa understand who you are because you're gonNa feel what I'm going to say to you and I'm GonNa. Understand which are not telling me, and that's the deep in active listening skilled at people. Don't take the time to develop, because they only listen long enough to interject their their program or a product or service or t shirt a popsicle. Hey. You need this because that's the only thing I can sell. and. If you take away all the product knowledge, they can't sell it anyway. Take away his scripts. Walk me through that kind of understanding of you know how much is scripted, and how much is unscripted and understanding emotional intelligence with CO corporations and companies? You Know Chris I. Like going with this. Let me say this, right. This digital era of information right information. Quite. Honestly is free. The information we're going to learn is free like there's no joke about right. If if someone wants to retain me as as as their consultant or hire me as their coach, they can walk through. You know the previous forty blog articles, and they can walk through the next forty bog articles, and it's like Oh i. here's here's what you believe. Right? What people pay for is the application. Of that information, and and how do I? How do I apply that to the modern? Day Era, how do I apply that to my exact situation? And what people pay for is solutions to a problem right? I could charge you ten million dollars for my product and service right? If my ten million dollars solves your million dollar problem, right, it's not worth my ten million dollar products ourselves your hundred million dollar problem than it's worth. Worth so I truly believe that that that scripted approach caters all the Knicks and crannies, and all this I mean that's that's lip man. Give me information how me tell me the fucking goods..

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"chris i" Discussed on Fistful of Chords

Fistful of Chords

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on Fistful of Chords

"Welcome to the second episode of fistful of cords. It major him jury. Today's guest is chris differed of squeeze one of the greatest songwriters. These the man who wrote the lyrics to classic hits such as cool for cats up the junction and tempted. I chris in two thousand four when writing a book with him and fellow squeeze songwriter. Singer glenn tilburg squeeze some by some was published by sanctuary as part of my samba song. Series lockdown down upon us every either videoconference networks to discuss christie's songwriting career. Please remember this was recorded under lockdown conditions. Yulia is perfect. okay. Chris very nice ruby. Have thank you tell your rising room. It is yeah not written anything in it. Oppo will be so. Chris i will. Are you finding lockdown during lockdown it. It's really Relaxing its mind..

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"chris i" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Should wait to be a real prince very sweet very sweet hi Chris I liked just mention something that you always talk about is dreaming together with your spouse and that's something that I did well we're engaged to trying get right back on board and that was were like okay let's dream together let's dream about our future okay we want these things for us in our family all right now how we can get there the road map to plan so that's how I that's how small they are back on the idea of working for us that is fantastic and also you sound like a goal driven young ma'am what is your dream what's your dream for you and your wife my dream is to be debt free house and everything to have a nice beautiful family can be a loving father and just guy than that and that's what's most important stuff brother that is stuff well done I'm glad you're protecting the city of Phoenix are set to have people like you to out there you too are rockstars way to go he rose we're very proud of you here I think so what is what's the number one key you to learn about getting out of debt during the fifteen months for me it was knowing that we are capable of doing it we had a lot of people just talking in our ears and you'll never be debt free year you're not going to enjoy life if you do this and so knowing we are capable I think society kind of feeds a few flies that we were not capable of these amazing things and so I got the motivation from a lot of debt free scream thirteen people who are in a lot worse situations and we are not where we are capable of doing this it's not an excuse because we want to be lazy and don't want to we actually are capable of this that is fantastic is you old birds you know distant pre screen you're about to do your degree to motivate a lot of people it's amazing and I want you to just you know continue to talk about it with people I'm proud of you and the sacrifices that you've made I want you to be proud of what you've done and let people know what keeps where the word great job you too we got a copy of Chris's book for you every day millionaire signed by him because of course the number one best seller will outline your next chapter what things are headed for you and that's definitely where you guys are at it you're going to be in a position to not only change your family tree but also to be outrageously generous because you've learned how to handle the stuff so very very well done Joshua and Rebecca Phoenix Arizona forty two thousand dollars paid off in fifteen months old while they were getting married to forty nine to fifty nine thousand dollar income counted down much zero debt free scream three zero one.

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"chris i" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"What is your son play what instrument he plays trombone bass guitars all different things and he's really good I assume too hot yes I need a three year this year ma'am on this would be so special it Hey thank you to you for putting up with the years where he wasn't so good because those early years with some loud instruments can be very painful for a lot of parents out there generators are not fun what if somebody playing trombone for the first time or playing clarinet or saxophone or any of those instruments before they get good yeah it's it's not the best Chris I know you're very sad about this is this is happy news and I don't need to bring anything down real talk about extra you're just you know it's a slow I just anywhere yeah well let me ask you this what airline are you flying early earnings it's a great airline and they're doing a lot of darkness airlines really disinfect the flights to another pastors to be cognizant of that stuff and just protect yourself is not a need to panic but you know you can wear your mask the water washing hand wash your hands often cough into your elbow we're not we're not we're certainly not panicking we don't want to Stoke the flames of panic sure what is a lot more seriously just saying that it's the right thing I think about one or two cases in Orlando okay it's not that many others that's good news too Chris have a wonderful time posted pictures on our Facebook page okay sure great thank you bye bye I'm sorry are the end as well as our healthcare things.

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"chris i" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Break it and this is important how much would you be willing to pay for it because of the world the tech products come go in the blink of an eye and let's get started are you ready Chris I'm ready okay we're gonna go first okay your turn okay and I'm gonna go so you can go and then I'm gonna go yeah and when you go I'm getting I'm going yes yes you're going to get us to what exactly how much the prices what would you be willing to spend out our every product exists you can buy every single all real yes okay now look and then so how much and then do you think it's actually going to make okay so the first one is your jump rope as a kid yeah okay a lot of people exercising they still jump rope but how about the smart grow by tangram it displays skipping statistics as you jump and so as you're jumping around there are twenty three LEDs laid out inside the rope that band along with the rope because of this patent pending flexible PCB on the inside and so as you're jumping rope is that you see like how many times you've got to be like a hundred one hundred two you don't have to like think about it yet okay because I know like when I jump rope a hundred okay when I jump rope ten times right I wanna jump rope okay I don't yeah I'm like one like one time and if I could if I get all wrapped around my neck yeah so there's a smart gym app for your phone and you can track and monitor your work at times east his set your own workout goals based on your BMI so it's a smart rope with an app that will track your health statistics via how much would you be willing to okay let me ask you a question that will it count how many times you trip and fall because I wouldn't want it if it would count how many times you would trip and fall because it would be every time for me actually my lovely reset to zero okay that be terrible if something has affected your just kind of like three and then back to zero as I like and then and then the world would like what happens at that point is you the rope like with disengages open your hands to make it big L. for loser right exactly it would be like one of those work out as they say you should probably stop you know it's like you've you can't keep doing this anymore you probably should just give up go get a big mac yeah all right so how much do you think okay so I don't think I would buy this because only because I you go to gyms and there's jump ropes everywhere and I've never seen anybody use it so if I were to find I'm guessing is this and what do I get a ride if I'm like within ten twenty dollars so I'll give you five Bucks five Bucks I guess that'll be exact hundred and three dollars and ten cents no seventy eight dollars and ninety five cents now make it or break it I actually pulled up the Alexa reviews own K. one start needs a fix after three weeks it only lasted for two numbers okay stop working within three weeks who yeah I love the rope but the jump count doesn't always catch up to me and finally the last one one star horrible design well let's see a big future no well horrible's design person was the one that we have treatment is like horrible design okay Europe okay so we had talked last week about my beard so I I happen to find a product that's beard related it's called manpower manpower the wacky innovative stubble Shaver inspired by the lawn mower okay so the the man was one of those I just in my opinion pretty ludicrous products that's also sheer genius if you will conceptually it's a lawn mower for your jawline and internal blade slices await your facial hair leaving just a casual stubble behind just like the lawn mower slices the grass in your lawn too short uniform length there's no water needed no shaving cream needed no electricity nothing just goes up and down yeah it's just this like kind of cylinder looking thing and then you can put in your pocket and pulled out anytime she could technically do it in public but that would be weird yeah I feel like what was this guy doing yeah it's it's entirely crafted from surgical grade stainless steel and it comes with an outer casing and an internal blade hold it sure is it yeah because he just hold it like that you you hold on each end okay then you just put it was looking at the video the product where they show in the set lake Saint Andrews in Scotland I don't know they're trying to be impressive in the eye because if I were you know the sight seeing I wouldn't pull it out like this is my time I mean you know it's that's not the place you know nine times square yes where anything goes yeah matter I would say thirty four dollars and ninety five cents one very close no it's it's not it's fifty nine pounds in the UK because it said pounds yeah I should warn jets okay but we didn't always be seventy five I would not pay seventy five dollars for that even if I had a beer yeah I I wouldn't so I don't think it's gonna make it no no not gonna make it okay this one is pretty bizarre to me because how many photos you have on your phone US thousand tech I have twenty six thousand really yeah okay more than I think you have more than one older than you probably more okay so how many have you actually printed two okay I think I probably printed to research okay but here's what we have now is called the impossible instant laugh again this is a real product basically what you do is you pull up the photo on your phone yeah okay that you like to print and then it has this impact it is instant photo lab has paper in it and everything else it takes to print so you place your phone on this instant printer that looks like an old fashioned camera you hit a button and then in like a minute you have a picture that pops out of this thing and it kind of looks like a pole right so they can go to the Polaroid instant Lamm it's they say your pin **** this is get this one this is their life you can print pictures from a week to even a year ago Michael okay you can relive memories through a beautiful physical print a hundred percent would recommend this for your next Christmas holiday card okay so how much do you think this house how long does it take to break in about a minute about a minute now I will tell you that this price includes the item the gadget that will print the phone okay and then like like twenty prince okay for you can you can go and get sick yes it's like a whole package right so how much okay so I actually like this product a lot do yeah it makes it in my mind I think this is genius my wife takes Polaroid pictures all the time she won one for Christmas we got her in any event we go to she'll take a Polaroid picture will stand watch something like it's crazy like we try to make sure the picture looks good so I would do this I would give this for her hands down so I'm thinking three hundred Bucks K. yep railroads can get expensive so I put it you know what that's it's a hundred and ninety five dollars but you were actually pretty much on the market your hundred dollars off right okay some reviews you're right this five star such amazing tool I'll probably get it from my wife is genius great analog results which you get the hang of it and then there was one bad review one guy said the product doesn't work it has charging problem what a waste of money but more people are buying it yeah I was gonna have that guy who come yeah and honestly I think that same guys the guided trips and fell over the the rope earlier so okay so final one okay I think that this is crazy it's called the the pay lake pelican is the only bird allowed in your kitchen the peg leg pelican yep and paling hello okay I see okay I understand I see the picture now yes and just like you I really like the descriptions I'm I'm gonna read this I I didn't write this but I think it's so funny and is worth the read I love to cook whoever wrote this but I hate to do the dishes after the soaking dishes the wet clocked soapy sponge it's also damp designer Gil Cohen has created telex for palay design a cute kitchen companion that will reduce your internal shrieks and actually lift your mood while doing dishes this little pelican shade cloth and sponge holder will be perched on your counter and the only thing I can fly I was time I would buy that really yeah because I you know you have the grow sponge and then you always have that dish cloth yes and then you know you could have like put the grow sponge in there and then the cloth over the I mean if it probably it's like you know like the salt pepper sugar that you have that you bought because it was cute and then used it for a week yeah at fourteen dollars ninety nine cents fourteen dollars nine cents.

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"chris i" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

09:36 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"You to decide whether this new tech will make it or break it and this is important how much would you be willing to pay for it because of the world the tech products come and go in the blink of an eye and let's get started are you ready Chris I'm ready okay well I'm gonna go first okay sure term okay and I'm gonna go so you can go and then I'm going to go yeah and when you go I'm getting I'm getting gas yes you're going to get us to what exactly how much the prices what would you be willing to spend out our every product exists you can buy every single all real yes okay now that and then so how much and then do you think it's actually going to make okay so the first one is your jump rope as a kid yeah okay a lot of people exercise and they still jump rope but how about the smart row by tangram it displays skipping statistics as you jump and so as you're jumping around there are twenty three LEDs laid out inside the rope that band along with the rope because of this patent pending flexible PCB on the inside and so as you're jumping rope is that you see like how many times you've got to be like a hundred one hundred two you don't have to like think about yeah okay because I know like when I jump rope a hundred okay when I jump rope ten times right I wanna jump rope okay I don't yeah I'm like one like one time and if I could if I get all wrapped around my neck yeah so there's a smart gym app for your phone and so you can track and monitor your work at times it keeps his set your own workout goals based on your BMI so it's a smart grow with an app that will track your health statistics yeah how much would you be willing to okay so let me ask you a question that will it count how many times you trip and fall because I wouldn't want it if it would count how many times you would trip and fall because it would be every time for me actually Natalie reset to zero okay that be terrible if something is back to zero yeah it was just kind of you like three and then back to zero as I like and then and then the world would like what happens at that point is you the rope like old disengages of your hands and make a big L. for loser Bagley would be like one of those work out apps that say you should probably stop you know it's like you've you can't keep doing this anymore you probably should just give up go get a big mac yeah all right so how much do you think okay so I don't think I would buy this because only because I you go to gyms and there's jump ropes everywhere and I've never seen anybody use it so if I were to buy it I'm guessing it is this and what do I get a ride if I'm like within ten twenty dollars so I I'll give you five Bucks five Bucks yes come again I'll be exact a hundred and three dollars and ten cents yeah no seventy eight dollars and ninety five cents okay now make it or break it I actually pulled up the Alexa reviews own K. one start needs a fix after three weeks it only lasted show two numbers okay the staff working within three weeks who yeah I love the rope but the jump count doesn't always catch up to me and finally the last one one star horrible design while not see a big future no well the horrible this sign person was the one that we had treatment yeah he's like horrible design okay Europe okay so we had talked last week about my beard so I I happen to find a product that is beard related it's called manpower manpower the wacky innovative stubble Shaver inspired by the lawn mower okay so the the man known as one of those it it just in my opinion pretty ludicrous products that's also sheer genius if you will conceptually it's a lawn mower for your jawline in internal blade slices await your facial hair leaving just a casual stubble behind just like the lawn mower slices the grass in your lawn too short uniform length there's no water needed no shaving cream needed no electricity nothing just goes up and down yeah it's just it's like kind of cylinder looking thing and then you can put in your pocket and pulled out anytime she could technically do it in public but that would be weird everywhere yeah I feel like what was this guy doing yeah it's it's entirely crafted from surgical grade stainless steel and it comes with an outer casing and an internal blade yeah hold it she was it yeah because he just hold it like that you you hold on each end okay and then you just put yeah I was looking at the video the product where they show in the set lake Saint Andrews in Scotland I don't know they're trying to be impressive in the eye because if I were you know the sight seeing I wouldn't pull it out like this is my time I mean you know it's that's not the place to be known as I'm square yes where anything goes yeah matter I would say thirty four dollars and ninety five cents one very close no it's it's not it's fifty nine pounds in the UK because it's said pounds yeah I should warn jets okay but we didn't dollars be seventy five I would not pay seventy five dollars for that even if I had a beer yeah I I wouldn't so I don't think it's going to make it no no not gonna make it okay this one is pretty bizarre to me because how many photos do you have on your phone US thousand tech I have twenty six thousand really yeah okay yeah more than I think you have more than seven with the older than you probably more okay so how many have you actually printed two okay I think I've probably printed two or three two okay but here's what we have now is called the impossible instant laugh again this is a real product basically what you do is you pull up the photo on your phone yeah okay that you like to print and then it has this impact at this instant photo lab has paper in it and everything else it takes to print so you place your phone on this instant printer that looks like an old fashioned camera you hit a button and then in like a minute you have a picture that pops out of this thing and it kind of looks like a pole right so they're kind of going to the Polaroid instant lamb it's they say you're in Pittsburgh this is get this one this is their life you can print pictures from a week to even a year ago oh my god okay you can relive memories through a beautiful physical print a hundred percent would recommend this for your next Christmas holiday card okay so how much do you think this how how long does it take to predicate in about a minute about a minute now I will tell you that this price includes the the the gadget that will print the phone okay and then like like twenty prince okay you can you can go and get something yeah so it's like a whole package right so how much okay so I actually like this product a lot do yeah it makes it in my mind I think this is genius my wife takes Polaroid pictures all the time she wanted one for Christmas we got her in any event we go to she'll take a Polaroid picture will stand watch something like it's crazy like we try to make sure the picture looks good so I would do this I would give this for her hands down so I'm thinking three hundred Bucks K. yep real rates can get expensive side okay three you know what that's it's a hundred and ninety five dollars okay but you were actually pretty much on the mark and your hundred dollars off right okay some reviews you're right this five star such amazing tool I'll probably get it from my wife is genius great analog results once you get the hang of it and then there was one bad review one guy said the product doesn't work it has a charging problem what a waste of money but more people are buying it they come it was going to have that guy who come yeah and honestly I think that same guys the guy that said ten fell over the the rope earlier so okay so final one okay I think that this is crazy it's called the the pay league pelican it's the only bird allowed in your kitchen the peg leg pelican yep and pay leg hello okay I can live with I see okay I understand I see the picture now yes and just like you I really like the description so I'm I'm gonna read this I I didn't write this but I think it's so funny and is worth the read I love to cook whoever wrote this but I hate to do the dishes after the soaking dishes the wet clocked soapy sponge it's also damp designer Gil Cohen has created telex four pay leg design a cute kitchen companion that will reduce your internal shrieks and actually lift your mood while doing dishes this little pelican shade cloth and sponge holder will be perched on your counter and the only thing I can fly I was fine I would buy that really yeah because I you know you have the grow sponge and then you always have that dish cloth yes and then you know you could have like put the grow sponge in there and then the cloth over the I mean if if probably if it's like you know like the salt and pepper shaker that you have and you bought because it was cute and then used it for a week yeah fourteen dollars and ninety nine cents fourteen dollars nine.

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"chris i" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

09:35 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on WTVN

"You to decide whether this new tech will make it or break it and this is important how much would you be willing to pay for it because in the world the tech products come and go in the blink of an eye and let's get started are you ready Chris I'm ready okay well I'm gonna go first okay sure term okay and I'm gonna go so you can go and then I'm going to go yeah and when you go I'm getting I'm getting gas yes you're going to get us to what exactly how much the prices what would you be willing to spend out our every product exists you can buy every single all real yes okay now look and then so how much and then do you think it's actually going to make okay so the first one is your jump rope as a kid yeah okay a lot of people exercise and they still jump rope but how about the smart row by tangram it displays skipping statistics as your job and so as you're jumping around there are twenty three LEDs laid out inside the rope that band along with the rope because of this patent pending flexible PCB on the inside and so as you're jumping rope is that you see like how many times you've got to be like a hundred one hundred two you don't have to like think about yeah okay because I know like when I jump rope a hundred okay when I jump rope ten times right I wanna jump rope okay I don't yeah I'm like one like one time and if I could if I get all wrapped around my neck yeah so there's a smart Jim app for your phone and you can track and monitor your work at times each his set your own workout goals based on your BMI so it's a smart rope with an app that will track your health statistics via how much would you be willing to spend okay so let me ask you a question that will it count how many times you trip and fall because I wouldn't want it if it would count how many times you would trip and fall because it would be every time for me actually probably reset to zero okay they'd be terrible if so because you deserve it which is kind of like three and then back to zero as a like and then and then the world would like what happens at that point is you the rope labeled disengages of your hands and make a big L. for loser Bagley would be like one of those work out apps that say you should probably stop you know it's like you've you can't keep doing this anymore you probably should just give up go get a big mac yeah all right so how much do you think okay so I don't think I would buy this because only because I you go to gyms and there's jump ropes everywhere and I've never seen anybody use it so if I were to find I'm guessing it is this and what do I get a ride if I'm like within ten twenty dollars so I I'll give you five Bucks five Bucks yes come again I'll be exact a hundred and three dollars and ten cents yeah no seventy eight dollars and ninety five cents okay now make it or break it I actually pulled up the Alexa reviews own K. one start needs a fix after three weeks it only lasted show two numbers okay the staff working within three weeks who yeah I love the rope but the jump count doesn't always catch up to me and finally the last one one star horrible design while not see a big future no what a horrible design person was the one that we had treatment yeah he's like horrible design okay Europe okay so we had talked last week about my beard so I I happen to find a product that's beard related it's called manpower manpower the wacky innovative stubble Shaver inspired by the lawn mower okay so the the man known as one of those it it just in my opinion pretty ludicrous products that's also sheer genius if you will conceptually it's a lawn mower for your job lined an internal blade slices away your facial hair leaving just a casual stubble behind just like the lawn mower slices the grass in your lawn too short uniform length there's no water needed no shaving cream needed no electricity nothing just goes up and down yeah it's just it's like kind of cylinder looking thing and then you can put in your pocket and pulled out anytime she could technically do it in public but that would be weird that be weird yeah like what was this guy doing yeah it's it's entirely crafted from surgical grade stainless steel and it comes with an outer casing and an internal blade yeah hold it she was it yeah because he just hold it like that you you hold on each end okay and then you just put it was looking at the video the product where they show in the set lake Saint Andrews in Scotland I don't know they're trying to be impressive in the eye because if I were you know the sight seeing I wouldn't pull it out like this is my time I mean you know it's that's not the place to be known as I'm square yes where anything goes yeah matter I would say thirty four dollars and ninety five cents one very close no it's it's not it's fifty nine pounds in the UK because it's said pounds yeah I should warn jets okay but we didn't always be seventy five I would not pay seventy five dollars for that even if I had a beard yeah I I wouldn't so I don't think it's going to make it no no not gonna make it okay this one is pretty bizarre to me because how many photos do you have on your phone US thousand tech I have twenty six thousand really yeah okay more than I think you have more than seven with an older than you probably more okay so how many have you actually printed two okay I think I've probably printed two or three two okay but here's what we have now is called the impossible instant laugh again this is a real product basically what you do is you pull up the photo on your phone yeah okay that you like to print and then it has this impact at this instant photo lab has paper in it and everything else it takes to print so you place your phone on this instant printer that looks like an old fashioned camera you hit a button and then in like a minute you have a picture that pops out of this thing and it kind of looks like a pole right so they're kind of going to the polarized yeah lamb it's they say you're in Pittsburgh this is get this one this is their life you can print pictures from a week to even a year ago oh my god okay you can relive memories through a beautiful physical print a hundred percent would recommend this for your next Christmas holiday card okay so how much do you think this house how long does it take to predicate in about a minute about a minute now I will tell you that this price includes the the the gadget that will print the phone okay and then like like twenty prince okay for you can you can go and get something yeah so it's like a whole package right so how much okay so I actually like this product a lot do yeah it makes it in my mind I think this is genius my wife takes Polaroid pictures all the time she wanted one for Christmas with daughter in any event we go to she'll take the Polaroid picture will stand watch the same thing like it's crazy like we try to make sure the picture looks good so I would do this I would give this for her hands down so I'm thinking three hundred Bucks K. yep real rates can get expensive side okay you know what that's it's a hundred ninety five dollars okay but you were actually pretty much on the Markham your hundred dollars off right okay some reviews you're right this five star such amazing tool I'll probably get it from my wife is genius great analog results once you get the hang of it and then there was one bad review one guy said the product doesn't work it has a charging problem what a waste of money but more people are buying it they come it was going to have that guy who come yeah and honestly I think that same guys the guided trips and fell over the the wrote earlier so okay so final one okay I think that this is crazy it's called the the pay league pelican is the only bird allowed in your kitchen the peg leg pelican yep a leg hello okay I see okay I understand I see the picture now yes and just like you I really like the description so I'm I'm gonna read this I I didn't write this but I think it's so funny and is worth the read I love to cook whoever wrote this but I hate to do the dishes after the soaking dishes the wet clocked soapy sponge it's also damp designer Gil Cohen has created telex four pay leg design a cute kitchen companion that will reduce your internal shrieks and actually lift your mood while doing dishes this little pelican shade cloth and sponge holder will be perched on your counter and the only thing okay we'll fly I was time I would buy that really yeah because I you know you have the grow sponge and then you always have that dish cloth yes and then you know you could have like put the grow sponge in there and then the cloth over the I mean if it probably it's like you know like the salt and pepper shaker that you have and you bought because it was cute and then used it for a week yeah fourteen dollars ninety nine cents fourteen dollars.

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"chris i" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I do try to increase it to four Chris I could feel the difference there when I do that and I think it's boosted my immune system considerably I feel I feel the difference in myself with my energy level and at a different things I could see a better I my new system I could tell is better and good because I'm definitely not cold or feverish or anything like that was the year before when I was really really down down and all I think that field all the floors look so everything is healing is done gone I really it really helps with the I've had no no bronchial not nothing that told a creole food was not even a scratch utility should say at the knock on wood at six and I feel it's all old two two when I'm taking that you know I did have blood substance online a endocrinologist last week a firing numbers are within the normal range now just barely but they're at least their words previously they were just outside the normal range so I felt like that was a little better than that okay we're moving in the right direction on those you know I used to not be able to sleep in real late because my back with her I like her I have to get up around and now I can sleep in the next couple of hours so I couldn't get that just sleep on Saturday once again the early so I feel like it's you know I'm moving forward moving up feeling better just all around feeling good so I have so much energy very wall art old stop all right I get up in the morning and I got a shovel snow I gotta go to work I got a mole I come home I got to shovel snow again and I'm gold from six o'clock in the morning till ten o'clock at night nonstop I feel better now than I did when I was twenty three simple you keep it simple works nutrition this is going to be my my thing what a rest of my life I'll be taking this every day I'm ninety years old but I've had it since they first got started in wonderful service so I'm not complaining it's great it is the best company and it's very well organized added prolifically so happy with it and I'm never slept it's a great product Iraqi calendar value so that people will listen you know it very good I mean I can't believe my help everybody wants to know how I do it what I do well I tell them that they don't you know don't follow through on a never forgotten to take on all levels welcome back to our show we just heard our top success stories of the week and I want to invite anyone listening that also.

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"chris i" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"chris i" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Chris I was two thousand and seven Honda Hyundai sonata and it's gonna be six and it's automatic and what they're into service light comes on and I can disconnect the battery and the negative side and I put it back on start the vehicle and that your service light goes out I can drive with a hundred twenty miles I shut the vehicle off and I go to started again and in the service light comes on I shut the vehicle off disconnect the negative cable on the battery put it back on start the vehicle up into sort of light goes off I can just hold another hundred twenty miles up and it starts mark what causes that well since you asked Chris because you keep disconnect that's the disconnect battery life white noise in all seriousness your Fred I gotta ask you questions what so what gave you the process in your mind that you thought the first time I should disconnect the battery before I did anything else well to reset the computer that's what I thought I would do it the cam centers been changed for Cologne and the comes up as a crank comes up but what it why does it come up when I disconnect the battery I mean like the voice come back on well like what they hear that I know that I knew that I knew there was new I knew there was more information what you're given me and you finally did sleep sneak it in there you have been checking codes to see what the system is because the light come on you have just been for the heck of it reset in the by pull the battery cable so well right with the P. H. like girl girl one fix with Mike that route one zero one six for from like that and I can answer his direct question of why doesn't the light come immediately back on it's because it has to go through certain drive cycles the test everything and as soon as it gets through those test it put it back on all right so that was our questions well right now there are Shannon drive cycle can be defined by so many things so many different parameters that to be hit before it will trigger that light I want to jump back in S. one more question as much as I can dig in here does the vehicle run any differently when the light comes on yes it does too one need to sort of light comes on add the like a vibration or shake to it especially easy nor sent one out of stop signs of but why disconnect the battery and put it back on the weights nylon it runs just moved around really great just leave the battery disconnected all the time does not work that way sorry doesn't work that way barb disconnecting the battery will run and it stayed run and then a further back on that doesn't do it which is also a bit not a good thing on a lot of the newer cars because it puts such a load on that circuit you can you can be you still will recommend that much anymore are you in there for have you spent any money for anybody to diagnose anything more so than yourself diagnostics northern taken it to like all part stored haven't but none of us are not you know and I will guys will do that anymore they say you know we ain't gonna tell you what what's wrong with a car mechanic I think they found themselves like we talk about on the show here they found themselves getting sideways with some customers more so than the the ownership probably like right because these are you well you should buy a potentially these parts if you have this coat and gray as we talk about so much on the show and that's why you're calling is that it is not as simple as saying I have a camp sensor code I buy a Kim sensor it could be the wiring between there I know I we hear Russ talk about this a lot of the service center where you'll have a wiring connector that can get compromise with age and then it it will be an intermittent thing and it it may be that's why you have such a wide range of miles what happens Chris is on the money say it could be Dr cycles but typically the drive cycle things get a pop up within you're gonna pricey that within twenty fifty miles you know cut out a couple hundred miles is a long time to see if the drive cycle but sometimes it requires a certain number of key starts he stops at that I love you know and maybe and maybe you are just you know is this car going on the open road a lot or is it a start stop car a lot well it when I take a look it's mostly short drive but lately I took it to like a hundred twenty miles to a different town and I disconnect the battery look to back up their goal the whole order twenty mile and it runs perfect it runs great and well I got there I showed a lot of what to started again then it got that in your service light began what you're gonna what you're gonna have to do since you have got this you gotta start disconnecting the battery at some point right it's geek this can't go on forever or put a toggle on it when you need to be able to say that all right this vehicle is failing at this point okay I got one more question and then when I'm gonna I'm gonna I'm gonna finishes up with the check engine light comes on and it's running poorly if you don't disconnect the battery you leave it alone will it stay in that state the whole time or will shutting it off and turning on and it will start running again were or will how will it would stay in that state no it it stays in that state word but you just service lights on and around drop they are not walk on that you need to I'm gonna tell you you need to spend the money and get into a good diagnostic mechanic at that point when it's doing that and so that way they can hook up their test equipment to a nine one hundred twenty miles away well whatever it takes because that way they can have that vehicle while it's doing that and they can zero in with test equipment more so than just reading codes to see all right have I got the right voltage to this circuit have I got in my groaning out correctly in this circuit what is causing this on this circuit to set off that code not just the fact that you have that code I just had a better idea of what's that drive it sixty miles and back to your garage don't pick a garage a hundred twenty miles away you're smart ideas yes that's why I love you I need a ride but this is the only way you're going to solve this because when you keep disconnecting the battery you are you know you're Startin back fresh with whatever that problem is and you will not a technician won't find it it's gonna be very difficult for him or he's gonna be able to look into maybe some data that you can find on information sharing service sharing service and see that all right this is a common problem here and it could be completely unrelated to that camp circuit I I doubt it but it could be like ignition and you got coils are get hot acting funny and and making thing run poorly than that happens to be the code that it shows up with when the vehicle when it slightly misfires typically not but I think that's what you're gonna have to do it otherwise you're gonna have a long life and more not battery cables Fred thanks very much for the call if I'm in a situation where I know the answer is to disconnect the battery should I disconnect I'm gonna tell you that a positive or negative should never be disconnect the battery okay and there's times very seldom wavered Russ give that once in awhile it's a diagnostic out but as a rule you need to leave that and let everything steaks stored in the computer.

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"chris i" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

11:27 min | 2 years ago

"chris i" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"He is for Chris I'm asking that'll be the new Christmas all right shoes right at Christmas shoes Christmas here Chris is here here's our take it there you go yeah I know right we had today Jared in Katie's breaking and entering Christmas were very excited to be with us all morning we'll be checking in with our special elves from the station here in just a few moments our check in to see how they're doing where they're heading to and of course we'll be doing that all morning long including the big surprise at seven fifty five if you're new to the show that's where you know and families been nominated many families with over two thousand nominations this year for a family has fallen on hard times this holiday season and we have selected a family to give an over the top Christmas to to try to bring some sort of joy in the otherwise extremely difficult time and will you know remind you of the family a little bit later who they are but the basics are is family who lost their father at the age of thirty to cancer just came out of nowhere and then just a couple a couple weeks later he passed away there's a really cool college high end of the day some special for the father right before he passed away with with getting his diploma and so you have three young kids who have Christmas for the first time without their father in there's no way you could predict that nine nine at thirty years old there's no way as a mother myself now and newly issue married I mean you know but right there's no way I could put myself in that situation now it's even fathom what she must be feeling yes so it's stream only difficult time and so we're just trying to give them a Christmas to remember we'll put some smiles on their faces right help ran into it again an otherwise very very difficult situation that like Katie said there's no way that you can prepare for that I was with something to happen this came out of nowhere there's no signs pointing to it pancreatic cancer and then here it is or a few weeks later six eight yeah passed away nothing no it is not six weeks it's nothing and Katie yes I know this hits close to home welcome to you has added a lot of people but yeah well I mean for the reasons that I've already mentioned I mean obviously a wife and have young children sure do you think that you have your whole life ahead of you with your partner that you've chosen and probably waited a long time in your life to have to meet you now right and then to now have a Christmas without them but it hits close to home because we found out of it the very end of August this past year we got a phone call from my husband's mother and she said I think that I have liver cancer and we of course were devastated only to then find out that she was diagnosed with stage four Hank re edit cancer yeah and so the cancer is in her pancreas it's in her liver and it's in her bloodstream and so yeah I'm hearing the story and she is going through chemo and right now she's doing well I I I don't know how I don't know how you say that right yeah as well as as well as can is you can help as I write this she's tolerating some chemo she's choosing not to do radiation she's been to Mayo Clinic and she's chosen on the path that she's on right now which is a palette of care and and the the came out and so we don't know what our future holds but you certainly here stage for pancreatic cancer and immediately you now that's not good now right it's not good well and you know I think all things and you feels way too K. I. happens for reasons sure and we've with your mother in law and then we've learned a lot about it through you that had no idea I've we're learning a lot I have why was one of those people that when I heard a stage for paper even when I heard just had credit cancer in general I thought the man that's super aggressive that's not good that must be great you know but I didn't know anything about it I really did and so now we're learning lots of things and Jackie she Jackie is Ben's mom yeah and Jackie has been on this program a lot yes yes in from Minnesota all she met all of them all the time she's come to visit she went to the zoo what that's what Ryan are yeah I'm sorry you guys know her well yeah well you know yeah and so I know that a lot of you listening probably also know Jackie because you've heard her but so we're learning and my mother in law diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at the very end of August stage four and so we're taking it day by day yeah and then in that story in sharing her life and you know you share in the the the sadness struggles in the concerns in the stress and then you know Alex for back at all the stuff is like in this year and so this family stood out to us because I think we're more educated about in that we know how dramatic it can be as at the age of thirty are breaking entering Christmas family losing a father and a husband so we will give them an over the top Christmas it we're gonna do this to be with us all morning there's me lots of surprises we fell lot of people that have stepped up and help it does look really really cool things ever I never take it for granted I don't either everyone comes together because every year it's still a shock yeah I'm just saying while people are good yes you're reminded people are good absolutely and will be doing some stuff on Facebook Instagram and much more just so you have get all get from all the angles because it was a very special moment for the family and we're just grateful that we can do something to help this family all right we're gonna check in with Santa one in Santa two coming up next doesn't make it with your friends and Hey what do you say to me treatment as name from thank you for having no game stream in the morning here in Katie's breaking and entering Christmas is on be with us all this morning let's check in with sample one along their way to this year's cheering Katie's of breaking and entering Christmas family good morning Santa why and I want a home base in one day can you read me yes we read you loud and clear good morning it is else Josi along with L. honest Reggie and Billy yeah good morning it is also known as honest there I like al Bundy yeah his catching he beat in autumn navigator at an awesome helping out back to me as we cruised to our breaking and entering family unfortunately you're cruising at a very very low speed because the other two A. K. A. per one band yep well break fifty five miles yeah yeah it's got that would that would that thing called the not the register but something that stops it from going governor yeah yeah governor one in a case in a two dot crude fat thirty five miles an hour so it's taking up the ghost longer to get there then we hope but we are very very close he L. honest as how close are we have any minute forty minutes away be there shortly I'm in Katie you told me there are dogs and I need a break in or a window so you know if I have trouble with that if I get attacked or I can't break in through the window always say to you is that they that live on the air no that's fine good luck to you and not speed I got this right elf honest raging give you waste until I went out is it a one story or two story I need to know how high I'm not sure yeah the latter yeah I don't know bound in there for example I will not let you down as if you're sixteen I have broken in every day going year without getting hurt or caught yeah we'll make it happen you can do it well we appreciate it Santa one you do a great job for us every year it's and it's not easy now it is not a lot going on special here in the house right in the family as they come home and they're just totally in shock and all the presents and the everything and you have a great job you really do all right we checked back I have this little bit later sent a one absolutely I'll talk to you soon okay safe travels are speaking of Christmas we we want to get in on the game I mean I'm Mariah Carey has a number one yeah after twenty five years doesn't it seem like every actor singer yes politician have you name it right now all the songs yeah everyone comes out of the woodwork and Hey have you heard my new Christmas single and what what us so we have jeered in Katie's Christmas album coming up next.

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"chris i" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

The Catholic Culture Podcast

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"chris i" Discussed on The Catholic Culture Podcast

"And Chris I interviewed you last year about the hospital dreams and wrestles a unique one in several respects first of all it's oriented around specifics experience right secondly it's it's just you I mean the other guys are on it but you're all the songs are written and Sung by you it's very stripped down in terms of production it's much more acoustic you did attribute that partially to being burned out from the epic production of Sorrowful mysteries right and it does it does sound very different I don't WanNa go you know since we already did that interview I don't want to spend too much on going into depth on it what's the How would you describe the overall aesthetic and influence on that one yeah I mean the biggest thing was like you said it was tied to a specific experience so it wasn't something we approached with Lake China make a full album was just you know something that I had wanted to do as sort of a coping mechanism said which is all this free time that I had and all these random songs that had sort of been building up during that time period so says a way of like capturing that specific instance of my life and it's just music is such a good way of capturing a specific moment so it's something talking about seth with earlier of like it's dangerous where you had of these songs that are tied to memories and moments and experiences that you've had if you take too long to Kinda record them you know make the final version of them it's like it just kind of like are eating away at you forever and you feel like you need to get those out but it's like if you never get the chance to do them it's like you're kind of stuck in the past almost so that was a good instance of like I felt like I needed to get some of that stuff out so no I think it's it's the case with any musician would they have a need to create but like if you have these things you want to do for a long time and just never get the chance to then it's like it Kinda can get under your skin a little bit so yeah that was just a good instance of Lake I felt like we needed to do something with and it was a good good excuse to experiment with a self recording so that kind of Lens to the Strip down nature of the songs too so it was a good learning experience and I'm I'm glad that we we will to get get that out of my system basically you had a couple of song uh-huh referencing our lady on EP yeah the both she appears as kind of the the mother watching her sean suffer right I was back into rolling rolling but also watching in not preventing it? Yeah it's it's the same sort of sorrowful mother that we a vote on the sorrowful mysteries but again the more directly related to the passion so it's just it's a very powerful image you know the the sorrowful mother because she he endured more suffering than anyone will ever know is just such a unique experience that she went through on this earth but yeah that we evoked her as one of our as patriots she's is a good one to have those are the two songs referring to we talk about that in more detail in the interview back in episode five that's all her wonder and turn white I think is the other one yeah.

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"chris i" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"chris i" Discussed on WGN Radio

"From the right my name is Chris I thought it was your name your you.

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"chris i" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"chris i" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Chris I spoke every Sunday morning the last season I want for their Chris I don't know we get we are rudely interrupted the yeah same as the radio radio business for you but yeah I was talking this morning about the patriots as you know because they're start training camp tomorrow Belichick's been there now twenty years and you know him you work with them and I I made the comment when you consider how long this thing's been going on and the obstacles now the kind of prevent a team from having a dynasty that this might be the greatest dynasty in sports what's the secret ballot fixing says get to sum up what makes him so great what would you say well if you do you know less than that it sounds pretty obvious he's really smarter than anybody I've ever been around in football you know people now I will let you just copy with he does well you can't because you're not him it really doesn't matter he's coordinators are it doesn't matter who's personnel people are she is the guy he is the most important guy and all of those that have worked with them we're all better for having worked for him but you know we're not enough he is just that smart here's the thing that he does he has a defense we'll start there yeah defense that very eclectic now he wants smart guys he wants versatile guy so she maximizes the roster better than other teams everybody has injuries you ever notice that they deal with entries better than most people because they can line up guys in different spots and they're versatile they want to be a little bit more three man front war four man front what's more bullets last play more man last man I mean they do things situationally better than anybody in football so you can get a good read on on the develops players very very well young players fit them into the system he take the veteran guys that maybe your cast all the other places but he can they can do one or two things well and he puts them in good situations to be successful in all brands of late they've got a great quarterback obviously legendary maybe as good as anybody that's ever played and there again they change what they do to fit what they have they went in all lots of tight ends in did and and he loves tight ends by the way all right on that rock soul you know they're gonna be more three watch a more back from the back they get a job in Qana change with the times better than anybody and he's seen his fall off of the in the ball thing is a philosophy is a little bit more interchangeable more than anybody else in the league and he's got a great quarterbacks out when you have that that gives you an opportunity every year and everybody says well look at the division that you know well is the division that they're in a really bad well yes why are they bad everybody keeps changing coaches and quarterbacks in that division to try to get the patriots because they're so far ahead but I think they've got a beat them down so they've got a path pretty much every year to win the division and it's just a race of getting home field advantage they don't always get there but very often they're all I mean they're always in it but they don't always get their self that in a nutshell is how they do it and how they've been able to sustain it over a long time yeah well said so you mentioned teams changing coaches would you make as I've talked your while what you make of this some of the coaching hires especially these young offense of guys you know cliff Kingsbury gets fired from his Texas tech job gets a head coaching job some guys who not a whole lot of experience even as a coordinator now they had because because it seems like everybody looking for the next Sean McVay and guys who work out for for me could very did what do you make of that was a reaction that well difficult I am involved a lot of coaching search work in my consulting business and you get that okay so they want that next on the bay in el al I go off the tree they go off the guys have done that Hey man the college game look what they're doing to Kansas city man on all this in and he's going with **** let's go get a good college I don't think cliff Kingsbury is a in a league all friends of mine but they think he is and we'll see he's got a quarterback that he knows and he likes the draft that they put on awful lot in into it that same organization that hearts the Wilkes and wrap the Josh rose in a year ago and they were they were sent for the future and then they reversed course and one year so then look let's see whether you trust their judgment or not is is you know that that's that's up the teachers on but I think that is the mission let's find that guy that did that mole I think you really now are you what I believe that's best in hiring coaches at the end of the level to college level leaders guys to do a good job organizing leading directing coaching coaches putting guys in a position to be successful and they come in different packages it could be off that they could be defense but join me I think sometimes people are looking for the quick fix Hey let's go grab this water back which changes the ball more gonna turn around I think that is a little bit fulls goal if you look at what happened in in what the rams McVeigh was a big part of it but you know a lot of it is what they did defensively and how they change the remake of the roster that's what made this team pretty good but everyone will focus on many turn job you you know the quarterback dear god yeah and it you jerk off into a great quarterback well it's not a great quarterback he's done a good job with them but you know I I think a lot of it is reactionary to that so we're we're gonna go find our guy and we're going to do the next thing and then I'll go and find that hot yeah guy's not going to make every quarter back the next Patrick my home you know I Chris Chris Landry let you football that comes with let me get let me ask you a college question for you obviously you have here we go again right Alabama Clemson they're gonna be favored we'll see if they actually meet again in the championship game but they certainly both have the star quarterback who may well be the first overall picks of the next two drafts as a scout watching to watching Trevor Lawrence in your mind or they as good as everybody seems to think they are and will be in the NFL but Trevor Lawrence is the best troll prospect quarterback out there and any different class level right now many is not ready and in the that have to be he won't be in to the twenty twenty class and all he could not come in and start and handle all the things that the NFL level yet but physically this guy's special and I think you would have likely been the first take a license rep the if you were able be out again you'd have to set up but he's a little bit different to is a little different guy who's got to improve a lot of things from the decision making standpoint and you know his body is a little bit more fragile so I I don't know that he's the slam dunk that people think but he is really good I think he's got innate accu sis got a good arm and I think you can draw on the move very well it'll be a really good quarterback but I don't think it's is quite the slam doctors struggle more inches what about Alabama and Clemson as a slam dunk again yeah yeah that's that's pretty I I think that there is I would be very surprised if they're not both in the playoffs and you know you look at their schedule relative with the talent that they have no plans and sometimes finds a way to shoot a game away somehow some way but it won't stop from winning the ACC I think Alabama is going to be there Alabama has a tougher road not that their schedule is daunting but they're going to have to like legal to George in the SEC I think there's a good chance that they not only or going to both make it but they are likely going to be seated opposite one another so I think there's a really good chance are going to be in the championship game George's really good really talented can they get in as well get knocked out of that by Alabama will they knock out Alabama I mean all the things are interesting but I think that those three teams are clearly in my mind the best bets when the national champion I think there are other teams that can make the playoffs but they're going to need some help and gonna need to have some good fortune to win a national title I think the championship comes out of one of those three games left so business as usual Chris always a pleasure good talking to you they can make good copy of the of good catching up with your band absolutely Chris Landry check it out Landry football that com he's got NFL is gonna college he's been a scout he's worked in front office he's involved in coaching hiring is he said that he's run wears a number of different hats in in the game for full football me who was with her will look more time but what can I could talk continual talk about college football because we haven't done a whole lot of it in this now three and a half weeks weapons sit in this chair in the morning but is amazing as he just said I mean I guess we go into every NFL season thinking it's the patriots and now we go into every college season.

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"chris i" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"chris i" Discussed on KGO 810

"People are experiencing joint discomfort due to overuse, this really helps to relieve that. And it's also what we call cardio protective. It helps to protect the heart. It helps to maintain normal healthy cholesterol, and one last thing that is really kind of a standing is that cookman actually causes your body to produce what are called neuro protective factors in the brain. So it causes your body to produce these agents in the brain that protect the actual tissue of the nerves and the brain itself. There's almost nothing else that we know of that does this specifically the CMO ninety five that you mentioned offers about seven times the absorption of any other curcumin extract. So when you take two hundred fifty milligrams of this stuff you get about seven. Seven times the activity that you would if you took say a comparable amount of another curcumin extract. So this in my opinion is one of the most life-enhancing protective, totally beneficial substances on earth, and it has just decades of scientific and medical studies to back it up. Now, Chris I know that we talked already about the green tea in the curcumin in your new green tea CR liquid soft gel formula, which purity is giving away for free today. But first tell me about the third nutrient on the list, the resveratrol, which is super hot right now. Share with us some of the headlines and the science behind resveratrol. I know it's from red wine and the French love it, but why is it on your shortlist? Well, resveratrol is one of those remarkable compounds. I just said to shake my head at how many different things that does. It is found in grapes in wine, grapes. It also shows up in cranberries. What we know about resume. Patrol is that like green tea and also like curcumin extract, it's profoundly antioxidant, but more than that, it shows significant properties when you look at some of the things in the body that happen during aging as a result of fat accumulation in tissue and insulin sensitivity resveratrol helps to protect against those things. It's a powerful immune regulator, and you know, our immune system is responsible for keeping us healthy. It is remarkably beneficial for the heart, and this is why it's considered one.

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