6 Burst results for "Chris Ins"
"chris ins" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast
"Live inexpensively right. They don't have a special effects budget to worry about like. Yeah they just lindros do this. So it's a same thing that's exactly and the fact that so much of the mc you cast came back. Yes that says a lot. Yeah says a ton and the fact that they started this like shoe years ago two or three years ago. This like the initial colonel of the idea. Yeah that sounds about right. Yeah they recorded like they don't all the voice recording everything a couple of years ago so We're able to so we were able to get most everybody There are some that students Either because technically. That person is done with marvels. So they're they're done with their contract. There's no they would have to renegotiate a new contract for them just to come back to do the voice over at us taken like robert. Downey junior you know. They've killed out. And he start. Tony's done already jay's not coming back chris ins steve rogers. He's done he's not. He's not back but most everybody else k. Back if someone else didn't do their own voice it tended to be a scheduling issue like tom. Hi isn't able to do this because he was filming when they were when they were doing the recordings he was filming spiderman. No way home and then the was. The last of us. Thought i think so. Yeah that's right film as well so he was just way too busy to do it. Apparently some of them it was just dumb issues like a ta us. Yeah batista's agent. Never bothered to tell him that they were doing this time last paycheck. Yeah but pretty much everybody else came back regardless of how much how much involvement like their character actually had like digestive blue really need to come back to the grandmaster for parties or not necessarily certainly did yes so So we've got nine episodes our first season starting. With what if captain carter. Where the first avenger the. This is fairly straight straightforward. As far as the story is concerned. It's captain america asked avenger but steve Every every thing with The watcher at the beginning And the premise that he sets from the very start with first episode is one single choice makes can make You know have a have a butterfly effect essentially and how things go forward in this case. It's hegi deciding to stay down on the floor. As they're getting. Ready to put steve in the pod as opposed to going up to the observation deck. That's that was essentially the nexus event for this. Oh when the Hydra guy tries to blow up lab and steal serum stevens getting injured does not able to go through the transformation. So peggy does this place. And essentially everything goes they still follow a lot of the because of the episodes like thirty minutes so they got a speed run. There are a lot of things. But if you've seen them see movies you know anyway so exactly but So peggy gets the shield the vibrant radium. Shield cheat steve. Silk flirt with each other howard. Stark is still a still miles area. Frigging the the the handsome debonair. You know typical howard stark. Yes ready to you know. Teach junior all the moves. Yes yeah So but In this case steve is still scrawny. What they do is they actually do. Get their hands on the tesseract. After red stall gets it they managed to get it from him and Howard is able to make a big old suits the hawk buster yeah the hydra song versus teams able to essentially do what Bruce had to do in in infinity war since he doesn't have the ability to be the hulk give a big old suit instead in he can just watch people with the bagel metal. This so But steve is monday. Ends up getting lost on the train instead of bucky. They they put that little Line in there. When peggy saves bucky from almost falling off the chinese like rip off my i got that reference. Yeah so But yeah so So schmidt ends up using the the tesseract as a portal opener to in essentially an actual hydra accept. This doesn't have multiple heads. It has a lotta tentacles and of course you know being the bad guy goes badly for him but someone has to stop it some unethical as the portal and stop the monster so peggy is one doing her equivalent of putting it in the ice steve that they will go on their date. Saturday night And seventy years later she pops out the other end of the portal Where're key would in our timeline for the start of the first vendors. Oh to a very surprised. Nick fury yeah. Snow is pretty straightforward rate. But it is it is Is still really cool. Lots of dodge wakes to not just captured erica. But the vendors and all sorts of other easter eggs and everything so So within episode number to try not to get emotional. Yeah.
"chris ins" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"Do you think something that's giving it. Legs is the fact that it's constantly being discussed in the media. Are you proposing a conspiracy theory game. I i struggle with this so much. Because i just i honestly believe that if you walked up to any a non follower and you said to them. I'm a reptilian and i live under the flat earth. They would immediately call you a liar yet. They believe that it's out there. You're listening to inside mental health. A psych central podcast where experts share experiences and the latest thinking on mental health and psychology. Here's your host gave howard. I'm your host. Gave howard. And i want to quickly. Thank our sponsor better help you can grab a week free by visiting better. Help dot com slash psych central. Call into our show today. We have sophia moskalenko. Dr moskalenko is a social and clinical psychologist studying mass identity and conspiracy theories at the georgia state university's evidence based cybersecurity group. She is also the author of pastels and pedophile inside. The mind of qa non dr moskalenko welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me. The cuban on conspiracy is everywhere. We've heard it from the senate floor from the presidential pulpit. For pete's sake it's literally been mentioned at the highest levels of government all the way down to cd social media platform chat rooms. But what exactly is it. What is cunanan. Cunanan is a baseless. And debunk conspiracy theory or rather. It's a whole lot of different conspiracy theories under one umbrella and they range from things like flat earth and lizard. People the idea that there are these lizard human hybrid living among us to the belief. That a satan-worshipping kabbah Had a files has taken over the control of the american government and the media it of course also includes all kinds of beliefs about the covert virus and the next scene being either poison. Or you know something that can turn your child into. Lgbtq or something that carries a micro tracking device. So they're all kinds of different conspiracy theories at all fall under the cunanan bro. It's really like an amazon off conspiracy theories there's something there for everyone. When i first heard about cunanan i thought it was a group. Is it a structured group. Is there a leadership membership. Can you join it or is it literally just a collection of of nonsense right. There is no leadership to speak off initially hewitt on begun with these q. Drops these cryptic pieces of information that appeared on chance this like lesser-used social media sites that people interpreted as though they were puzzled. And there's a lot of controversy about who the poster was for these original hugh drops who the chew so to speak was the. Hbo did a documentary and at the end they couldn't really say definitively but they thought probably was more than one person posting by today hewitt on following counts in tens of millions in the us alone and it has spread around the world to dozens of countries. It's a very loose following. It's not like their weekly meetings or there's some you know checkpoints you need to pass in order to get to the hyun on stronger law you too can go online and seek out the influencers who spread to an on content and click by click. You will end up down the rabbit hole of they call it where all kinds of theories are formulated. An augmented and discussed about how the world really really works. Whether the she chris ins and outs of how the economy's controlled and who runs the world government and and who are in the cabal and so on some people believe that cunanan is a colt. Some people believe that it's a religion and there's yet another group of people that are like no no no it's a political movement. I'm having trouble understanding. Exactly what it is. because it's it's so fanciful. i mean lizard. People have taken over our governments. I don't understand how this gained any traction let alone. Millions of followers but for the purpose of understanding this phenomenon is cunanan called. is it a religion. Is it a political movement does it have a name is q. In on a call to the best of my knowledge of what occult call is it usually is a pretty tight knit face to face group with a very specific leadership and very specific rules for belonging and or leaving hewitt on is not face to face people interact with other cunanan followers through the internet. They usually don't know them. You know they are not compelled to exchange. You know their addresses and names and phone numbers and so on. There is no central leadership. You know were hard pressed to even find out who their original hugh drops came from. And it's a really broad group. It doesn't really seem to to satisfy the definition of occult in my opinion is it a religion I am a little rusty on what defines religion but it seems to me. There has to be a central tenant or belief and as i mentioned queuing on is such a broad set of beliefs and a lot of people who are queuing on followers believed some but not others often kinda quibble with each other online or these queuing on followers who sneer at at those. Who believe in lizard people and they're both who believe the space lasers and maybe some other kid on followers don't it doesn't seem like it's like a religion either because there's no central tenet as far as their beliefs are concerned. So what really is it. How should we think about it in my work on case studies that i've analyzed for the bulk really indepth analysis of dozens of cunanan followers social media output their own writing their posts of videos and interviews. They gave and also looking at some of the research data that my colleagues are now putting out. It seems to me. This is my professional but personal opinion but hewing on is kind of a site geist. It's a refuge for people who feel like the society's leaving them behind they share a number of grievances about the government about how our country's run the decisions that are in charge of their lives. They share a deep mistrust about science. That me their daily lives from you know the food they eat that has pesticides and hormones and all of that and the medicines they take and the computers they use all of the signs in their lives is giving them a lot of anxiety and uncertainty and the most general saying that we can say about queuing on. I believe is that it's an escape route for those among us who don't feel comfortable or respected or welcomed in this society as it is right now but they've turned violent. It's my understanding that the majority of the rioters at the us capitol on january six were queuing. Non believers isn't that concerning. I mean tens of millions of people that are defending their beliefs with violence. It's frightening would be frightening if it were true. The majority of people who stormed the capitol hill building on january six in fact were not queuing on followers. How many work you in on followers. While as of about a month ago. I believe the number was sixty. One people indicted for participation in the january. Six riot were in detroit on followers..
"chris ins" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"And that's who i see in so i use that as motivation throughout my career. You know what i love. When i was reading the book out of pocket football fatherhood in college game day saturdays curbs gene wilder caskey. I loved reading that. And i love reading about your addition and your heart beating out of your chest and the sweat pouring out of you and it reminded me of the fact when i was growing up. My friends and i always watched every sunday the sports reporters and we watched the parting. Shots from mike. Lupu mitch albom and dick shop. The great dick schaap Who passed away my thirty fifth birthday germs dad and we loved that show and i got cold to do that show and the first time that ever did. I'm sitting there. And all i can tell you is. I'm about to do my first parting. Shot ever kirk wyoming newspaper reporter in denver. And it's happened only one. There's one other time when i was doing sidelines with madden michael's i could feel the blood shading from my toes to my brain right. Almost couldn't speak 'cause it was overwhelming. And when i was reading your book and reading about your audition for college game day it sounded like you had your own type of experience where you felt completely emotionally overwhelmed sitting with chris fowler and lee corso in auditioning the way you did correct very correct but i want to hear how that your parting shot went out of barely look. I could barely talk. It was hard to get the words out. I managed to finish it in do it but it was overwhelming and the only other time it ever happened to me. When was when the first time i was doing sidelines for al michaels and john madden and they threw it down to me and now here al michaels this famous forest do you believe merged and now. Let's go to adam. Schefter on this. And i said holy crap l. michael just through that to me i can feel the blood from my toast to my head again but there was nothing like the first time doing the sports support. That was it was almost suffocating. It on was. I never knew. I watched that show every week but were the parting shots teleprompter a written or or were you. Just add living and just kind of talking. They were on prompter. You'd have to write it for the great joe valerio in advance. Keep it to a certain time limit so so so at least you had teleprompter too if you didn't have the teleprompter. Yes you teleprompter. I could barely get a word out of my mouth and it was stuck together. And i could feel the blood when i got done with the show. You could have put me to sleep. Because i was so emotionally spent because the adrenaline was coursing through my body. In a way. I've never felt it before. Isn't it fun to be able to look back at those moments because you survived it. Now you've had a brilliant career but isn't it awesome to kind of look back and and be vulnerable and be okay with being open about how you. That's that's what i love it. I identify with it. Because you say you got three your audition and you didn't feel like it did on your cell and they call you as you're in the airport in detroit game day. Yeah oh my god. That's so true. I got through that audition. And first all there was something about chris fowler and lee corso and i'm twenty five years old twenty five and i'm sitting i come out in introduce myself and there's people all around the set and just live. Tv can be less stress and this wasn't live but just the energy of live the people that created just a lot of noise and just there was just it was freaking me out and lee was very nice is gonna do great. You're gonna do great. And then the music started at an ad. Did it end today when the music started. I was like my chest was boom and i could just feel my chest does that. We got a problem. Because now i'm gonna get i'm gonna get warm and thank god i can keep my focus on whatever it was. We were talking about and we did. We did like a six minute segment of college game day and chris. Welcome everybody the college game day. Chris did his normal thing in his voice and he turns the guy with the coach and coached at his behave. This guy you know. And i just i had fun with coach and but i think i'd sweat like literally falling off of my chin like just falling. And i'm like do i wipe it ignore it. I mean come dead. The dead man walking right now and we did the whole segment and it looked like i jumped into a swimming pool was so uptight and but what i said i think was okay clearly because they hired made but i don't remember what i said. It was like the whole thing. I just remember being hot in being uncomfortable. And then it. Chris ins the segment and lease like okay. He had to catch a flight. Who was over like that. Everyone shake hands next thing. They escorted me out. That got me into a car. And before i knew i was in a car driving bradley to the airport by myself in the back car like what just happened that go the way. Oh my god and he goes so quick and you think of all the things you could've done as you did wrong. Yeah and they totally they tell me before i even came in. They said mode davenport who ended up. I feel like changing my career. Moto may listen. You're a young guy. You're not going to get this job but it'd be really good for your experience just to go through the audition experience of a show of this magnitude at twenty five years old come on in and Give it a shot. That's what he told me before. I got there that. I wasn't going to get the job so i was figuring when i'm going to have to hit like a like a home run over field of dreams in iowa tim johnson walk off to to be able to have some kind of opportunity to maybe get it and then i did what i did. I like struck out looking you. Know where the bases loaded with a chance to win it so i just went home like oh well i was doing. I was already hired by. Espn i was actually doing arena football that year. You'll love this that you read it with mortar. I mean that was the year. That kurt warner. I was working with todd christianson and so i went back to my beat. I left bradley. And i flew flew to wherever you know the next game was i was going. We're past being a medical supplies rep at that point in time kirk. That wasn't going to happen. You know so for real quick on that. When i got out of school as business major at ohio state marketing major in one of cool things at that time. Ohio state did got larry romanoff would help introduce you to people business people in the community and i had with pharmaceuticals was one of the companies. I interviewed with three or four different times. They were ready to hire me. I interviewed with worthington industries. And the only one that was gonna keep me in. Columbus was the pharmaceutical company. So i i definitely want to stay in columbus to take this job. It was really good job. If you hit all your numbers. I mean you can make six figures company car. 401k.
"chris ins" Discussed on WJR 760
"Chris Renwick there then all right well congratulations to Chris ins and some other great program the point is a whole bunch of people Michael stets lines pre game Tom Brady feature thank you very specific on this thing very specific but anyway the point is congratulations to the entire team at W. chairman means the people you know on the air and most importantly the unsung heroes behind the scenes some of them you know because we mention them or talk about them like I talk about you know I started this release at the station in terms of bringing in Bryan Morton but bringing in M. Thomas the people who are behind the scenes usually at a radio station years ago we started featuring them and so they are known but there are people behind them in the promotion and production and engineering and sales and all of that I can try to bring the sales guys and I try to mention their names because they all work really hard and so congratulations to all of them out more read unbeknownst to me has a beautiful singing voice all I know I don't yes you do you do have a few it that be like you say I don't make good cookies I used to sing a lot more than I do now and I think that I've kinda lost my touch a little bit saying a lot all the way through well up until my kids were middle schoolers phone mmhm well we're gonna test you here because all in you know we're going to continue on with the well we're going to whether you're going to join me or not we're going to continue with the songs other than the birthday song so you don't get bored when you're washing your hands for the the twenty to forty seconds I know they keep saying twenty I see forty because I know people get to twenty five or thirty and they've done so I want to make sure you go at least twenty so I say forty that's why I say fourteen twenty but for example toto and Africa I I may not know the words but I know the tune and the and the hand washing choruses is coming up right now.
"chris ins" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Here's some ways to lessen the blow. Recent college grads are so saddled with debt that their new employers are trying to help them find ways to manage it. And if Joe Biden wins the democratic presidential nomination and the presidency at least one group hopes he'll champion there little known 'cause Joe Biden is poised to eat I recruited skinny dip in the White House on several administrations and the American nudist community is excited about the possibility that someone who. Understands. Their concerns will be holding the reins at federal agencies. Steven Nelson at the Washington Examiner has the naked truth on the former VP here later in the hour. In the hopes of improving medical outcomes, the industry is turning to an array of new technologies against one of the biggest and most human challenges in treating disease, and it's getting people to take their medicine in a consistent way. For example, when the food and Drug administration approved in late twenty seventeen a schizophrenia pill that sends a signal to a patient's doctor when ingested it was seen not only as a major step forward for the disease. But as a new frontier of internet connected medicine it also raised privacy questions. More from Christopher Rowland business of healthcare reporter at the Washington Post, Chris how does that pill work so this digital pill emits a signal when you take it? And it's kind of the cutting edge of what's called digital therapies has got approval by the FDA in two thousand seventeen but it raises the number of concern, particularly because their first application of this pill is in the anti-psychotic. Schizophrenia space, which has many some advocates raising concerns, and many physicians as well who think that it could discourage patients from taking their drug if they think they have sort of paranoid delusions to begin with. So that's sort of one big problem. The other one is cost health insurers are hesitant about the cost that sixteen hundred and fifty dollars a month for daily tablet that they could that is generic. So without the digital component. You can it's very cheap. And it's not clear that it's going to actually work to improve compliance or the, you know, what's otherwise known as, you know, getting people to take their drug on a daily basis. So at raises a lot of red flags boy the concern here too. Especially in that space that you mentioned antipsychotic schizophrenia. When those folks don't take their medicine really dangerous things can happen, right? That really illustrates the need for something. Like this. You know, there's a lot of people that don't think this is the real solution. But there's definitely a very an overwhelming need to try to get people who have these serious mental illnesses to take their medications. They don't like taking the medications, they think it they think it kind of takes their personality away, it makes them gain weight. So they're really, you know, they're unpleasant drugs from a number of standpoint. But it is really one of the only ways to keep, you know, big manic episodes from happening that can have, you know, literally fail consequence, sir. And explain how the pill with the tracker works. I mean, this is obviously okay to ingest how so. So it's just a it's a it's a regular size pill, and you swallow it just as you would any other tablet. It has a a little chip inside of it. That's the size of a grain of sand that has magnesium and copper elements found in everyday food. And when those when this little chip hits your stomach acids. There's a reaction, and it's a missile signal. And that's single can be picked picked up by a bluetooth hash. That's taped your ribcage. And then that in turn sends the signal to your smartphone. And from there it goes up to the internet where your physician can monitor and make sure that he took the drug. It's incredible. Speaking with Chris ins business of healthcare reporter at the Washington Post where does this go from here? Then. Well, the so is controversial in this particular patient population. Just because of the issues of, you know, a sensitive population with mental illness, you know, patients who might have, you know, be paranoid to begin with. But there are experiments underway and pilots on other drugs that where you can see there we less controversy. So on college e car cardiology drugs on character, cardiovascular health, which where patients, you know, being compliant will help save the lives, but you're not going to be dealing with the same issues of, you know, whether they're they have the capacity to understand what they're doing. And to follow the instructions, right? You wrote to in your pizza executives and analysts say the digital health. Marketplace is a bewildering wild west. What else is happening here? Well, so, you know, in general be beyond just these sort of new fangled digital pills. There's just a an enormous array of apps, you know, bluetooth devices all kinds of stuff out there that's being marketed most of it without any FDA approval. So if you Google online, for example, you know, glucose monitoring, if you have diabetes, you get bombarded with just, you know, a flood of of Google ads, and you know, you're in your inbox will fill with spam. From you know, people peddling of Ryan of apps that help you monitor your glucose, literally there's like three hundred and fifty thousand apps out there that nobody's really evaluated whether they're effective. And so it's it's very difficult for consumers and patients to navigate this space is difficult at this point perhaps for the FDA to keep up with stuff coming to market. Like, did you know will this type of thing in some form be widespread? So the FDA tries to keep their hand on the throttle. When it comes to devices that have a direct impact on your health. So a lot of glucose monitoring systems, they're not going to be able to, you know, keep track of all that. But if if it's a if it's a glucose monitoring system that is attached to, you know, an insulin pump that you strapped to your body than they will step in and they will conduct tests on that. And make sure that it works correctly. But you know, in general, no, the FDA cannot keep up with all this. And there's there's a lot of over the counter, you know, can direct to consumer marketing here that is not monitored. And is it's kind of buyer beware will be fascinating to watch. Christopher rowland. Business of healthcare. Reporter at the Washington Post thirteen minutes now after the hour on this weekend. It may not be stomach issues for me. It's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms, but could never figure it out. No matter what I did. They never went away. So I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms. We discovered that execution pancreatic insufficiency or EP. I may be the reason for my stomach issues EP.
"chris ins" Discussed on One Shining Podcast with Titus and Tate
"So the fact that like will Wade is basically saying like he's beating these top five teams. He saying, hey, everybody look at me. Look what's happening. And everyone's like, okay. Let's look at you and your subpoena bitch. And that's kind of how it's going, and I just wondered call some attention to we'll wait in some of the stuff going on within this article. And and I will say we'll wait I love how these coaches are all handling this. Here's his quote on I've been focusing on the team, and our guys I haven't been following it. How can you not be following sin directly to you? That's like someone send you an Email or something in the mail. You know, like I haven't been looking at it. Well, it's direct. It's for you. That was Jay's defense to get what what's going on. There. A case. I was I was there. Well, actually brings up the whole denial. The what is this brings up a good point? So they're going to be subpoenaed. They're going to have to go testify. But can they not? I'm not a lawyer. I should preface it with that. But can they not just plead the fifth can they not can these guys just not just go on like because in our? Minds. Here subpoenaed you hear the government says you must come to this trial. You must answer these questions, but there's also the fifth amendment, and they could just be like, nah, I'm not into the new four corners just putting up the five. The other the other interesting wrinkle dosa like the fifth might work for to not be incriminated in in the way, we think of incrimination were like going to prison or whatever but clean, the fifth with the of really tough look for the NCAA, right? Like a main 'cause there's like two trials going on. Basically, there's the trial of should these guys go to prison, and then there's the trial of the NCAA, which is should we fight? It. Should they be fired? Should they have banners taken down should what should happen there? So I think like pleading the fifth will help them not go to prison if that's I I'm assuming they don't really have that much stuff on the many way because if they did. And someone telling you that the games that you won. And we all watch you win didn't count. And I think we'll just take that. I think we'll take option. That's the point. I'm making is that I think they're going to just plead the fifth not incriminate themselves in any way. Again. Like, I don't think that if if if the FBI actually had a ton of stuff on them to like, actually, arrest them and throw them away. They would have arrested them. They wouldn't just be subpoenaed them and asking them to testify to trial again, not a lawyer. But what's interesting is that they could still by by taking that route of like, not incriminating themselves, the NCA could take that as an admission of guilt, and then the less because as we've said, the the new say rules are basically like when when scandal hits a program the head coach is guilty until proven innocent. Now, you can't do the plausible deniability thing anymore. So if the head coach is saying, I knew nothing about this today says that's too bad. You're still guilty. And that's interesting to hurt in October. Will Wade said to the world an SEC media days. I have never done any business with Chris. Ins, right? So that's that's on the record. He did say that. And there's a wiretap of him talk you to Krista dockets where he says. I actually have the quote that they played he said would you want balsa who ball says this this this big kid, basically, disagree crew? Would you want this recruit Dawkins ask oh the big kid? Wade responded dockings confirmed. Okay. But there is other shit involved in it, wait said wait, I've got to go shut the door. And then he goes on shuts the door that he says, I can get you what you need. But it's got to work. The he's on wiretaps anus. They released the tapes, we have the tapes. Thank you for releasing those tapes. And then he and then he goes on to say I've done business with Chris dodges, which I've been trying to work..