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"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"Would face you would with the tv just constantly change a challenge when standing anything. My whole thing is i can't. I couldn't concentrate or anything. But i would do that until i fell asleep. Because i sound any other people talking. Otherwise i'd start thinking sure right. Yeah and she's doing okay. I'm in the way it's presented sick. I start people stopped talking. I'll start thinking. And i also don't wanna fall asleep because the second i fall asleep i'm gonna be right back there again right And they know they don't spell this out but it's all right there and it's just very grounded in real for me. i don't know much about. This is important stuff. I need to know where to favorite color is. Mom did because i also know when you go through something like this. You do tend to lose people. Yeah people don't deal with you the same way anymore. It was one way for when i was getting better. I knew that. I have to get out of this house and away from my family. Because they're doing their best. But i will never get better if i stay here. They're kind of more comfortable with me. Staying sick if i go out there. You're in danger right or those. Be the bad guy you know. But i can't stay here either. I will die. No right and people don't get it. I like for instance. After i saw this whole incident and i saw buffy season six again i get this now. I hated the season before she speaking my language. Like when you feel like you do not belong anymore. And i i love this too but i guess for me. Part of the reason is. Because i've seen who she was before that and then i've seen who she is during that and who she becomes after that whereas this movie i'm just seeing a snapshot of who this person is after the thing that's my only really observations with bad but.

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"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"Where maybe she can get her life back together. And then it just slowly progressively gets the last. I guess twenty minutes of the film. I was just my mouth was on the floor. The drops only god patrick. What are what really started reading reviews of it you know. The actual reviews online reduce. They were all saying the same thing. Nothing happens for the whole movie. And then it'll have it in the last ten minutes and we all know what was going to happen anyway. So it's not the point point. No journey cara. Yeah you know. It's not going to end well. But that's actually what i think. The last girl standing exclamation point musical. Yeah can you imagine god as an opera opera man take a face cage. There have been worse ideas for musicals. I think this one could sing. Maybe not there's so much they do a lot with not much even like some of the stuff in opening scene is great like asylum dead bodies. They'll find that. Just extras whatever. The connotation is really quite intense A little bit that you get. You're literally dropped leander. Another movie right. Yeah yeah and what. I think is interesting about her. Is that yes the survivor grow. She's not a warrior no by accident. Yeah right and that's part of the guilt. She's like the things she keeps saying homeys. I couldn't save him. Yeah but my friends didn't survive whenever something right but you're okay. You're still here. Just my friends aren't coming from an era where everybody i you know who mentor and made. They're all gone all of them. Yeah and it's something. That's why me and then what i was getting. Okay since we brought it up. Not just that. I got sick with this thing. This thing like i was. It was turning my brain to pudding like i said i was in a i. I was gone for three months. I went to bed one night. Woke up in the hospital. The next day it was three months later. I thought it was the next morning But the road to getting from that point to where i am now took a really long time and was just why am i even bothering. Why am i bothering. If everybody keeps telling me i'm going to die. Why don't wanna getting better if everybody looks at me like that all the time when you run into an old friend who already come to terms with you not being around anymore and you don't wanna see me. I make you uncomfortable. I get i get out of here. Anderson symbolic this girl cameron is living a life. That's not a life survived..

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"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"Where maybe she can get her life back together. And then it just slowly progressively gets the last. I guess twenty minutes of the film. I was just my mouth was on the floor. The drops only god patrick. When that's what really makes it started reading reviews of it you know. The actual reviews online reduce. They were all saying the same thing. Nothing happens for the whole movie and then it all happens in the last ten minutes and we all know what was going to happen anyway. So it's not the point point. No journey cara. Yeah you know. It's not going to end well. But that's actually what i think. The last girl standing exclamation point musical. Yeah can you imagine god as an opera opera man take a face cage. There have been worse ideas for musicals. I think this one could sing. Maybe not yeah. There's so much they do a lot with not much even like some of the stuff in opening scene is great like asylum dead bodies. They'll find that. Just extras whatever. The connotation is really quite intense A little bit that you get because you're literally dropped into end another movie right. Yeah yeah and what. I think is interesting about her. Is that yes the survivor grow. She's not a warrior no by accident. Yeah right and that's part of the guilt. She's like the things she keeps saying homeys. I couldn't save him. Yeah but my friends didn't survive whenever something right but you're okay you're still in my friends aren't coming from an era where everybody i you know who mentor and made. They're all gone all of them. Yeah and it's something. That's why me and then what i was getting. Okay since we brought it up. Not just that. I got sick with this thing. This thing like i was. It was turning my brain to pudding like i said i was in a i. I was gone for three months. I went to bed one night. Woke up in the hospital. The next day it was three months later. I thought it was the next morning But the road to getting from that point to where i am now took a really long time and was just why am i even bothering. Why am i bothering. If everybody keeps telling me. I'm going to die. Why not don't wanna getting better if everybody looks at me like that all the time when you run into an old friend who already come to terms with you not being around anymore and you don't wanna see me. I make you uncomfortable. I get i get out of here. Anderson symbolic this girl cameron is living a life. That's not a life survived..

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"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:55 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"We kick off women in horror month in february. We're doing little sneakier. Slide into it with all the movie that i have been trying to talk about for at least two other sessions two other sets of guests coming on and i said don't care any that it's too bad because this movie gets and in order to bring it to your properly and do justice. I had to bring two very special guests on these guys. What i don't know if you've seen what they've done over haunted hill they have turned that place a dump into a divine palace of splendor. It's kind of like cheers. Everybody knows your name but also talked shit about you but an acute way you know them. You love them. They are the host of the home on a hill podcast. And if you think that you're going to be able to drink either one of them under the table at a bottomless mimosa brunch. While i guarantee you this they're going to be the last girl. Standings gentlemen boys and girls and my gnc's wherever you may be. Please welcome to the.

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"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"Called last girl standing entered do that properly mind being joined by first time guests. Chris moore and kevin jones otherwise known as the hommos on haunted hill. But before we do. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is patrick. Walsh and since two thousand and ten. I've been your guide to the weird and wonderful world of horror movies. But there's a catch. You're going to have to save him. My very very gay little is wa. phyllis diller. Now that's a new one. That's a new one. Come out of my mouth okay. Before we go any further. I have to explain things. This episode is late supposed to be out. Know what coming up on two weeks ago now and i need to tell you what's going on because it's been rough here. You guys know for the january. It was horrible for me. It started with the death of my friend steven. My mentor died. Alison bryant cat died which alino had a huge effect on me and on top of all of it all i had to battle my insurance company new york state government. Cvs m doctor to get my prescriptions filled after my insurance decided that they're not gonna pay for hiv meds anymore and it was a two week battle and it was horrible eye horrible. I had this problem before but never like this. I i wound up having to basically shackle myself to the counter at cvs for hours until demanding that they give me my pills day after day after day after day standing there crying begging them for these pills that are going to keep before. I finally got them. And i don't know if we're going to have to go through this again in a couple of weeks when it's time three near the prescription refill a prescription and this culminated in overwhelming sense of dread and guilt. That has been sitting with me for weeks now and it's been crippling oddly. Enough tried to do less girl standing on the show twice before and both times. I had to scrap the recordings because for some reason this problem where i'm fighting boogeyman from my past literally my hiv diseases all of a sudden threatening to take over my life again and making me feel like less of a person happened around these times and the film itself is about battling this boogeyman and worrying. That's coming back and taking over and rings all these horrible bells inside and once again here. I am in the same position. So i want to thank chris and kevin from the hamas on haunted hill. Podcast i warn them in advance. I said i don't know if i'm going to be able to do this. I'm on the verge of a breakdown. I'm not start crying at any moment. I don't know how this section go. It's going to get crazy and just please bear with me. And we got through it. And i would not have gotten through it without their support. Is it the the section. I wanted to be no..

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"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"Called last girl standing entered do that properly mind being joined by first time guests. Chris moore and kevin jones otherwise known as the hommos on haunted hill. But before we do. Please allow me to introduce myself. My name is patrick. Walsh and since two thousand and ten. I've been your guide to the weird and wonderful world of horror movies. But there's a catch. You're going to have to save him. My very very gay little is wa. phyllis diller. Now that's a new one. That's a new one. Come out of my mouth okay. Before we go any further. I have to explain things. This episode is late supposed to be out. Know what coming up on two weeks ago now and i need to tell you what's going on because it's been rough here. You guys know for the january. It was horrible for me. It started with the death of my friend steven. My mentor died. Alison bryant cat died which alino had a huge effect on me and on top of all of it all i had to battle my insurance company new york state government. Cvs m doctor to get my prescriptions filled after my insurance decided that they're not gonna pay for hiv meds anymore and it was a two week battle and it was horrible eye horrible. I had this problem before but never like this. I i wound up having to basically shackle myself to the counter at cvs for hours until demanding that they give me my pills day after day after day after day standing there crying begging them for these pills that are going to keep before. I finally got them. And i don't know if we're going to have to go through this again in a couple of weeks when it's time three near the prescription refill a prescription and this culminated in overwhelming sense of dread and guilt. That has been sitting with me for weeks now and it's been crippling oddly. Enough tried to do less girl standing on the show twice before and both times. I had to scrap the recordings because for some reason this problem where i'm fighting boogeyman from my past literally my hiv diseases all of a sudden threatening to take over my life again and making me feel like less of a person happened around these times and the film itself is about battling this boogeyman and worrying. That's coming back and taking over and rings all these horrible bells inside and once again here. I am in the same position. So i want to thank chris and kevin from the hamas on haunted hill. Podcast i warn them in advance. I said i don't know if i'm going to be able to do this. I'm on the verge of a breakdown. I'm not start crying at any moment. I don't know how this section go. It's going to get crazy and just please bear with me. And we got through it. And i would not have gotten through it without their support. Is it the the section. I wanted to be no..

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"chris moore" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"0100 Chris Moore was just one thing on me. I don't care about the present company. Christmas train. I just want you for my own. You could ever alone. Make my wish time. Oh, Yeah. I was not Oh, no, no, I was not. In these Christmas station. Beautiful 5.7. It's a J and Meaning of Christmas stories..

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"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Chris Moore with you until summer's That's right. The schmoozer top of the hour, 877337 66 66 right back at it with Martin and Gilford. He joins us on the fan. I'm Martin. Hi, Chris. How are you tonight? All good brother. What do you got? Ellis and I hate to beat a drum 1000 times. But I've been on this station more than once. Maybe even with you. Talking to people about how insane it is that Teams from Florida. Come up north and bring their Petri dish up with them. Not their own politician is state of the union here. And so as a result of the Marlins scenario to have major league baseball teams from Texas, Arizona, Florida land and even California travel around the country. Is Crazy. I don't want to say it. I mean, it makes zero public health sense yet We have this Pollyanna attitude that we're going to go through it and Major League Baseball has announced no one's asked him at one point to be You know, part of expression of a drop dead solution of this. I mean, they just do it. There's flying by the seat of their pants. We all know that. I'm on it. It's crazy. Our country has been At best, at best, Disorganized about Cove it and the whole baseball approach to it has married a whole countries approach to it. And I can go on. Well, they're both. They're both monopolies. I mean, in a way, you know others. Ah, you know, we're at the mercy of the government wants we elect them And then after they're elected and you know, they can do pretty much what they want. We don't have a lot of Say, really, And obviously the sports are monopolies and they do what they want. Now you're not mollified at all by the fact that they're testing these players every day. Say it again. You're not mollified at all by the fact that they're testing these players every day. Whereas most people don't get tested their tested for covert everyday so even if they but yeah, we had the situation of Philadelphia. I mean, testing is on a perfect scenario. It's good. I'm not saying we shouldn't To have these people going home and living their communities, which are Very problematic covert right now and thinking that testing is that panacea is Inadequate in my opinion. Well, look, I don't I can't Martin. I can't say that. I really disagree with you. I just understand. That, um I just understand how difficult this whole thing is. The days are very valuable. Like we don't have a discussion because it is such an intangible, but we don't talk about time. Each one of us Is losing productive time here time with loved ones time with older relatives, in particular that might be in nursing homes, assisted living. Ah Hospice if that's unfortunately the case. You know, you just Um, you just really struggle with the loss of time knowing you can't get days back. So To give up and say. We're all going to stay in. Is understandably really difficult, and it may have been the thing to do in March. When hindsight it certainly looks like it would have been The thing to do. But our borders air still open. People are going to come across and this pandemic is going to Have its pockets of success. Which is failure for us, But success for the pandemic for the virus itself is going to find ways in a free society like ours in a country with our square footage. Our population. And our diverse living styles. We're you know, we're screwed in a lot of ways. So what we do is manage it the best we can, and we'll argue forever about whether just how poorly we We did in that department of managing it the best we can. But I don't dismiss the sentiment. Of trying To work our way through this with a certain amount of intelligence. But I I don't see that. You know this is a bad argument when People can call from both sides and make their arguments and I find myself Pretty much stuck. But I'll say this in Martin's defense in my world. Martin's Mohr right than most Probably wasn't a great idea. To start thes season's Even with the financial opportunities. That are lost because they if they hadn't done it. Because the Again as we started the show with the risk reward scenario here. Just isn't favorable enough. In the long run, in my opinion, but it is opinion worthy. You know, it very much is opinion worthy. It is not what people like to use these days. As the phrase no brainer. It is not that It is not that It's it's Muchmore. Nuanced than that and much more difficult to make these decisions and unless you're making them You know, I don't think you have the proper perspective to be Emphatic one way or the other. I think you certainly have the right to your opinion, but being emphatic about One side or the other without considering all angles. Is pretty difficult, Maybe for you. It's clear, but that doesn't mean it's clear for your neighbor Mark in Blooming Grove, New York Up Next on the fan, I'm Mark Hi, Chris. Great show. Thanks. I'd like to talk about How do you feel about the fact that sports used to be like the toy Department? In other words, whatever was going on in the world you could. You could turn on the sports program or we'll watch your favorite team and kind of get like, enjoy enjoyment from that, where now everything is pushed front and center and sports is becoming politicized..

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"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Afternoon Chris Moore with you Tommy look our is taking care of the program for say seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six is the phone number taking your calls till six o'clock JJ in the light will come on that as a man the son gets up early now before five o'clock the sun gets up I mean what are you doing sleep and it's the weekend hello the sun getting up this morning three five A. M. that's not right I mean you know that I understand is a pandemic but get a little shy we'll take your calls to the day lead in of Newsday next hour we keep an eye on the golf Jordan Spieth's shot back of Harold Varner the third and that will continue throughout the afternoon live from the colonial which is nice to see some live sports action right now back to the phone calls Eric is on Long Island and next up on the fan higher Hey buddy how are you listen I it's a beautiful day out and I try you out early but I stop myself glued to in nineteen fifty two Yankees Dodgers game and hit the cool thing about it was I was an early morning at I knew every name of every player and it was amazing back then now when you were injured so I've been enjoying playing yogi Berra broken index finger and he not only had to hit a home run I know I'm I'm I'm in the health field so I know a broker for you when I see one plus I play baseball that I that broken thing is what happens is you can't bend it so he was he is a member of you'll see only the plate what is what is what is index finger pointing out why holding the bag with a white tape around it one day one time it was really really cool now I'm in the health field and a long time ago I I myself was my only brother to a virus called a lentivirus okay what that is later only only and even the identity meals would know that means but anyway you can throw around the word pandemic and I just roll from also to the south shore and I saw people I don't know how to beat on the bicycles I see people on the boat and what I don't see is ambulances helicopters fire trucks and as of last week this call more governors said we have the lowest death rate of this virus in the country now that being said I don't know what I don't see or feel a pandemic in the hospital I work in a lot of weird things going on which why markets a work where I work hello which salon regarding what someone who phoned out of whack okay but now I I A. B. everyone even the cool aid I got that but here's the thing here's one thing happen those B. and B. in this course you'll you need to know this right now okay you need to know the number of professional athletes who have been hospitalized or died from this disease how many guys what are you talking about a single professional athlete dead died from this virus I don't know anybody that does this virus professional athlete or not okay how can if you if a real pandemic you will someone by now it's been three months well what so what what you want what what's your point they should just go back and there is a one it's getting over blown in this okay it can't be a pandemic okay so what you want to call it what you want to do what what's your solution I mean it's it's an old blowholes what it is okay so just go on with your life normally no masks no nothing go back to stadiums Philmont go back to restaurants filling up it's all good is that what you're saying absolutely okay well there you go I appreciate the phone call and that's what makes the world go round and that's why in large part sports talk among other talk radio and other places where you can argue and now sports talk on television which over the last six eight years has become almost as popular sports talk on radio that's why it survives because for every guy like that who thinks there's nothing going on and we made the whole thing up and a hundred thousand people isn't really very many and that's his point is point is look there's still a lot of things kill a hundred thousand people so you know we're just making this up and so is the rest of the world everybody's panicked about nothing and that's his opinion he's entitled to it but it isn't going to fly with a lot of people and I don't think I don't think really there's anything that anybody really knows I mean look at the university of Houston which had voluntary workouts and then had to stop them because they tested everybody coming in right the test everybody coming in everybody was fine that the voluntary workouts for couple weeks and six people tested positive and they had to stop them completely so you can't you can't tell me that people know everyone has a good spirit the amazing thing about the world these days and I'm not saying that they aren't true I'm just saying that it's it's automatic now automatic that there is a conspiracy theory behind everything you know their conspiracy theory that nobody died at sandy hook conspiracy theory that you know we all know about the World Trade Center ones and all that it doesn't matter what the issue is somebody is getting something out of.

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"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:33 min | 1 year ago

"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Hopefully will appreciate a little bit more you know because the simple things have really been eliminated from our lives in a lot of ways I'm Chris Moore I'm here till ten o'clock Jodi Mack at that time ed or zoom in on the other side my man and we are holding down the fort here in studio as more for Guinea pigs you know people that can be sacrificed for the greater good that's who we are and we're proud to be front liners and I have a beautiful parking space up front so I got that going for me which is nice and I came down the west side highway like it was the morning like I was in tupelo Mississippi on the way to Morgantown West Virginia and I think that's it that's it on my way to Morgantown born in wheeling so you know that's it all up in all up in West Virginia so it's so good to have you with us eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six the number as I said here till ten Mike Vaccaro the post put columnist will join us I need a clock hour and Larry Brooks in the nine o'clock hour your phone calls throughout the evening and this entire hour so now would be a good time to call eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six let's go to a park ridge New Jersey that's where Marshall is and he joins us on the fan Marshall so you're going I'm great nice to talk to you yes I love to hear you and I wish you on more thank you the reason I called said that I need is to talk about Blake Snell and I've been watching baseball since nineteen sixty and I really don't have much for respect for either the players or the owners they're both read each well what I think and the games the players your comments like what Blake Snell said I gotta get my monkey I'm not playing again unless I get mine I noticed the way it is for him now there's someone that's retired to work in healthcare his whole life and worked in medical centers and been up front liner I mean it's really appalling to hear that nurses and doctors and pharmacists and respiratory technicians have been doing prior to the bid and make it's nothing new we've been doing all this all along our careers anti hero a professional baseball player come out with those ludicrous comments it incentives opinions reports I think you're a hundred percent right I think he's allowed to think it and he's even allowed to say it but what is not allowed to be is surprised that you're not going to get very much sympathy in his position so as long as he's not disappointed or offended by the reaction of the public all's well he said what he believed you and many others like you did not agree with them I thought it was insensitive and life goes on but if you thought that he could share that sentiment and that people would just be okay with it that was pretty naive because you're right they are not going to take his side or any other players side in a situation like this especially there are one that is as universal as this is as I mentioned it is a virus that has affected everyone in some way obviously some larger than others but there's nobody's escaped unscathed and there's been a tremendous financial impact and continues to be so it's not a subject were a rich guy is going to be able to comment and get away with it and he found that out if he wasn't aware of it before Meg in Jackson heights joins us next yes hi hi Meg I'm calling about something that I noticed in today's newspaper about the Mets store signing a lease and then trying to back out of it just is not going to live there what was your comments on that yeah I saw it I mean I I think that it's probably a little more complicated than then the article made it seem I don't know what are your thoughts about a bag I mean it's it sounds like it is headed for court well he would get reinstated I would imagine he'd have to pay the first two months before you gave notice I would think so I agree I don't have a problem with that really I just feel like I think they are places are pretty pretty standard and you know you're a sign at your current statement yeah I know it's not the it's not the job of the landlord to ensure that you know that these non predictable events are not going to happen in there for you know yeah that's his job to get insurance should something like this happen which I don't think it's very practical since you know we could have an inkling but not the way it played out for us for for everybody United States you could have an inkling that things might have gone wrong but I don't think to the point where we all are right now so I you know I think to me it's more of a personal story than it is a news story I know everything regarding pro athletes becomes sort of a news story but but I imagine they'll probably come to some compromise and it'll go away quietly he'll pay half for he'll play sixty percent and it will go away and he will have lost the money and like so many others he will pay a price for this pandemic which puts him in a large club you know and his situation in famine in value to the community and all that does not insulate him from paying a price for being alive at the time of this pandemic as I said no one's escaping yes no one no one's getting off Scot free here Paul in middle village up next on the fan hi Chris again great Hey I recognize that in now you I just value exceptionally amusing today style one I've been wanting to touch on and I kept away from it but this whole thing with the owners players all that stuff my main point the corporation it's a combo every how it is put your hours and everybody helping out the company they may be losing money in one business but they're probably making it somewhere else and they'll be all right an issue to you guys right you know I'm sure you're not hard up like you say you sound like a simple person like me but you're also not wealthy and I'm still trying to figure out where you might fall age wise like with the Vietnam era I was I missed it so I'm younger than that how you might be a few years younger than me I was right.

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"chris moore" Discussed on Mentored Podcast

Mentored Podcast

13:59 min | 2 years ago

"chris moore" Discussed on Mentored Podcast

"Keep you safe or win. A threat might arrive. is practicing those skills of atonement of hyper awareness of hyper vigilance. That in their over in their unhealthy mode End Up being racked by anxiety and parallel and being paralyzed and not being able to engage in their healthiest form or their most highly developed form. And it's not like once you arrive there but they You mentioned Chameleon Are able to attune in a line in joined with so many different types of people and to truly understand and listen to where they're coming from but also have a genuine kindness caring and concern for where they're going and wanting to help wanting to see them get there and also willing be willing to help get them there And so I think that's a just a real an interesting thing that I've noticed over time that we always have to have the level of awareness around that issue that whether it's you know any types or you know Myers Briggs or whatever there's a shadow side to each of those pieces and when we talk about organizations or we talk about ourselves an individual level and what our own narrative history is and what transference looks like and what healing over time looks like and what grieving looks like but also what dreaming and imagining who we can be on the other side of that looks like Having an awareness of those pieces having trusted people in your life who you can reflect on about those who are willing to lift you up when you're struggling who are willing to gently challenge you. When maybe some of those inherent values that are most important to you are On the back burner and I think when we can do that you know both on a small level but on a larger level. Can you imagine from a contagion perspective what that might be like if we were able to increase our level of self awareness or increase our level of compassion and understanding for others or believe the best intentions and others by five percent? More and it's not just for the healers or the counselors or the teachers to do. Everyone can you imagine that might look like on an exponential scale for the health of our relationships organizations or Our kids yeah in in a practical way. So you just talked about emotional contagion and how self-awareness breeds more self awareness. So I'm going to do a little reflection here. The in I think this is a good time to kind of close up also So in in sharing with your father you talked about wearing a suit and then today you talked about choosing not tour sue so Interestingly I have a asthma colored Polo shirt on which is what I wear every day just a collared Polo Shirt monochromatic. Also Ashley Pick that up from Barack. Obama won wardrobe. And that's what he picked up as Berg does the same thing. So it's just easier right right so Gummy COLLAR SHIRT ON YOU. Know and it's cold outside is cold right right so. I intentionally didn't wear my Hoodie here because I assumed you're going to wear your suit And so when you showed up in your wearing a sweatshirt all of a sudden that gave me permission to say hey I can wear sweatshirts too so I went back and grab my sweatshirt now. The interesting thing on that I never reflected on it or thought about it. It was just kinda automatic behavior of the door. Hey Chris great seal the first words out of my mouth where I was looking for somebody with the soup right. Yeah Yeah and then If you would warn sue I think that I would. I'm cold right now. Just like colder room and I. I run a local blooded outta sat here just in my polo shirt and I wanted to grab my sweatshirt. So why do I bring that up? Okay once what's the point of me bringing this up you're talking about how self-awareness being attuned in the moment can be contagious to others and I think on a very micro level. I saw that today writing. You're aware of not wearing suit today and by doing that. That gave me permission to be warm. Which is silly. I mean it's a really silly example. Yeah but It's just a really practical good way of Yeah just a Very clear example. Hang off right now in the moment. Right Right Yeah No. I love that I love that example because I mean when you bring that kind of natural curiosity self reflection to the process you I mean there are so many different like paths to go down in so many different ways to learn and connect and That's the beauty of that vulnerability is that it gives us permission to bring all of who we are to the moment and when I'm stressed I'm less likely to do it What I'm feeling more comfortable. I'm more likely to be open And the interesting thing at least for me that I've found over time is when I was really more embodied the literal component of that suit which is pretty straightforward pretty conservative Very rule bound very driven that there are specific concrete answers to things. All you have to do is show people how to do those concrete things and everything will be okay. And that's I mean that's kind of a simplified example of it by what I noticed was over time I felt I felt great about the quote perfectionist. Tendencies of getting the answer right or having that algorithm that that led to a binary outcome. But I noticed was that I didn't. I wasn't again like I wasn't connecting with people and also wasn't connecting with myself because when I asked myself the questions like does this feel like me. It doesn't it. Feels like me still being six years all trying to get it right. It sells out little guy looking for approval wondering if he does the right thing well then he'd be enough and when I when my niece was born ten years ago I was kind of in the midst of my of A. I guess my second burn out in in this work second round of burnout and you know a new. There's nothing quite like new life in the world to make you reflect on where you're at in your life and who who you will be in relation to that that little person and I really made a conscious decision at that point in time that what I had been modelling for others Driven kind of by my own needs was A high level of martyrdom. That if you work hard enough and you always keep hustling and you come up with the right answers that you will grind yourself into the ground but then you will be enough. I found out I was like here. I am not feeling great. Not Feeling effective not connecting with people. And there's granted there's probably only a small number of people who know me really well would have noticed that I was off but what I decided in that moment and that's not what I wanted to model for my niece And so I started taking a few more risks. What I shared with people to I. I felt deeply that I couldn't reflect critically on a system or an organization or a practice without also opening myself up to my own flaws and my own fears and my own. Gosh I wish I could do this but I can't I kinda suck at it. I didn't have any business criticizing so I started being a bit more vulnerable in sharing pieces of my story for the purpose of giving other people permission hopefully to connect with those pieces and align with some of what we're trying to do for kids organizations and what I found. Is that going to that. Scariest places Actually I feel like maybe more effective or more accessible and available to help others but on a deeper level a great brought me some peace that maybe some of the piece that I've always hoped for Now is it fleeting. Yeah I mean. I don't stay in that space forever but I feel like in by doing that. Work in engaging in that level of vulnerability and transparency. I did it to give myself permission to be who I am. Too in. All My foibles But it also as a secondary benefit give other people permission to be who they are and if we could all do that to the extent that we feel comfortable with our kids be anxious and depressed as they are. Today would some of the contemporary problems we face in the world have greater collective solutions because the kids that were developing today with a whole child. Approach are both resilient in creative and hope for And believe in being better together. I don't know but that's what I hope for and the only piece I can control right now is this moment and I just want to express Schuyler a deep appreciation for you You know it was clear to me during our class and I say during our class Yeah on paper. It said I was an instructor But it was our classes. We were learning together But during that time I could see that deeper level of engagement that rich spiritual life it was. It was apparent at shine through And it was exciting to me. I'm GonNa make this about me While lifting you up is it gave me affirmation that for all the folks who are struggling in the world there are infinite number of folks who truly and deeply engaging in the life of service And I could see that from you and you are such a have such a fine mind. and taken clearly some courageous steps forward to serve others And I just have the utmost respect for you and the work that you do and your man thank you. Thank you Chris. While I'm not GonNa let you and Complement of Cam. I'm going to return the favor of my anxiety about being in control. We'll try to pull that back. You allow it the cops so I I do want to recognize something new to that you talked about being in the suit but also your level of vulnerability and transformative work that you've done through the suit in and allowing that to come out and in no way would I ever invited you to be a guest. If you didn't communicate that in your classes and So your classes were I. I remember if I mean my memory could be wrong but I think I remember the first thing that came out your mouth was. I'm going to say some things that are wrong and I want you to challenge me. I think that's how you opened up one of our classes and right there you want me boom you know but if you would have worn the sue and only per senate perfection. I wouldn't have never asked you to come here So that's the first thing in the second thing you mentioned your niece and this transformative piece where you said new life makes us think and you're wondering what you're leading her to so the name of this podcast is the mentor podcast. And it's all about mentoring John. Sewers says we're all mentoring someone to something so we need to ask ourselves. What am I mentor them to end? So I WANNA congratulate you and give you a compliment that Just in this hour of talking to you I. I'm just reminded of that. That sweet spot of being more vulnerable being more authentic and checking in with myself and not just going into autopilot so you are mentoring me in that way. So a part of this podcast is not me just giving knowledge to listeners but really inviting people in who I admire? Environ people in that. Make me better in so when you transfer that to me. I'm hopefully doing that. The kids on mentoring. Some thank you Thank you Scott. Who Ooh you just listen to the mentor? Podcast `Orean tangles stories of Health and Health? With stories of at risk youth. I hope you enjoyed Chris more as much as I did..

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"chris moore" Discussed on Mentored Podcast

Mentored Podcast

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"chris moore" Discussed on Mentored Podcast

"You're listening to the men toward podcast where mentoring happens through entangling stories about risk youth with stories of hope and health. This is our first episode that features a microphone that has been sponsored by company. We found the in order to keep mentor podcast. Going we'll need sponsors on a rotating basis. So here's the first one. The Mike Phone using today's episode was sponsored by steelhead fitness. In Sweet Home Oregon you can visit their website at steelhead fitness dot com or follow them at facebook dot com forward slash steelhead fitness. If you're interested in sponsoring a microphone also you can shoot me a text or email at mentor. D- PODCAST AGGIE MAIL DOT COM and ask how you can sponsor microphone to in an upcoming episode. Today's episode is a Juggernaut featuring school psychologist Chris. More as you'll hear in this episode Chris's a school psychologist in the Salem. Kaiser School district his ability to balance a hard. No Science of working with the human mind with the art form of being human himself. Working in a human field is unparalleled. Chris has a theoretical orientation which he calls neuro contempt of epigenetics humanism. If that saying your head spinning don't worry. He defines what that means and breaks down each part exploring how he practically approaches it. When working with at risk youth this episode you hear Chris Expansive and impressive approach to working with children. He covers the organizational psychology behind change. Why Meditation Matters Emotional Contagion Attune? -ment also balances this with his own personal vulnerability reflection in transparency of working through hard spots with his own father and how he saw family counseling for adult healing.

"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"For the reason I'm fascinated by it and I often go off on tangents because I see so many parallels between sports and the stock market for example or sports and politics or sports and the way we live our lives every day we order and we got all these you know grow above dining dash whatever the hell these delivery services are called and of course in New York with that forever but now they have it everywhere all right all the suburbs avid people coming others you know it's just they stay home they order food and have it brought to the house and all the restaurants are in on it in a you know because they can't not be you can't ignore its like why is there so much replay because they couldn't not every play too many people demanded an end to many people were sitting at home with a better view than the officials at so I had to embrace replay because I have no choice restaurants now have to embrace people eating at home because if they don't they're gonna find a restaurant that does deliver and get them the food at home so my point is people are staying home across the board they're not going to movie theaters watch a movie and they're not going to as many games what they have to hope is that the continued sense of community and the tail gating and the being of the event and the entertainment that comes from being an event we'll still lower enough people to make it look on TV like it's a cool place to be because that's the one thing they don't want to lose but there is no question that fewer people are going and there's also no question that they don't care that they're fine with fewer people going it doesn't bother them because they make the bulk of their money now and into the the next decade anyway through television television is where everybody gets paid so they would like to have you at the games but they need you to be watching your television eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six Chris Moore another couple of hours here on the phone.

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"chris moore" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"chris moore" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You should believe in math not magic you're listening to the watch dog on Wall Street with Chris Moore Caskey I'm falling behind the eight ball covering a lot of ripoff scam around the the country and I I have to get into it I even listen next week on the show I'm I'm gonna probably really delve and to this because it's just it's becoming more and more and more I have one it's not getting the press that it deserves a lot of stories a lot of important things are happening this country that just don't get the press because everybody's occupied within a couple of things in what are you know the stories are not important but there are other things as well I'm story that we warn people about this was a big time big time Pennsylvania financial planner you actually ordered okay millions and millions of dollars in damages to customers that he tricked into high risk investments I think I was it was finally released kicked out of the industry in two thousand and fifteen he had some I'm not making this up he is not it is well his disclosures on his license was twenty six pages long twenty six pages long infractions examples of themself ripping people off I'm and you say to yourself well how in the world how in the world is this guy working I don't even bother keeping track of these people's records why if they're not gonna do anything about it if they allow them the continue to go on ripping people off and your well you know you're right why I don't know I don't know well I'll tell you why this guy this guy this guy he was allowed to continue working was because he made the firms that he works for a lot of money he was a big hi am adviser it was written it was written up in highlighted in financial planning magazines would be one of the best in the country don't they rate people best in the country by the amount of commission they do not know whether clients do Behrens all these other publications out there it's a clock this guy ripped his clients off to the tune of millions and millions of dollars and the firms that he worked for the compliance department allow him to do that why because they don't give a damn about you get it Ryan keep my cool here I then I guess that I've I've been cool doing rip offs and scams as of late sometimes I have to get a little fired up maybe just maybe if I get quite maybe it'll stay this thing through maybe people turn off the channel I want him to yell at them with you people have accounts at these big banks a big brokerage firms they don't care what was more important your account your five hundred thousand dollar check your fifty thousand dollar count your hundred thousand dollars your million dollar count or schlock broker that those millions of dollars in commission for them hi you'll lose money and then they are they just figure have most people and it's true most people are not going to file an arbitration plan most people just take it on the chin and walk away it's just the risk reward model for them you have to stand they don't care they.

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"chris moore" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"chris moore" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"You should believe in math not magic you're listening to the watch dog on Wall Street with Chris Moore comes I know you still don't get why all I this move like that how does it go up over a hundred and four hundred fifty but dropped to her how how is that possible this people that there's a large portion of Tesla stock that is held by certain hedge funds in institutions out there which limits the size of the flow we also have this new phenomenon out there with these online trading places like Robin Hood were millennials like to get involved in stocks over the short term I was over at over twelve thousand new purchases of Tesla via these Robin Hood type places out there with the kids think that they're going to ride this thing and get rich quick now the hedge funds out there that own this stock how they get paid Ron Baron get paid Ron Baron gets paid he gets a position portion of the assets that he manages and he also collects twenty five percent of the profits twenty five percent of the profits yeah if I was wrong and I own one point six million shares of Tesla at two hundred fifty dollars a share and all of a sudden it's all over nine hundred dollars a share what what what would I do show but he can't yeah he's married to that position you say the position is so large if he starts on loading it it will take the stock like there's no tomorrow plus word will get out if someone sees that Ron parents selling test what he's a true believer out there everyone is going to jump ship so you have an account at some of these hedge funds there and you have all of your account looks wonderful wow look at look at how great I'm doing here but you're not it's all paper it's not real you own shares that you cannot sell because again you have walked up periods with hedge funds and if all of a sudden people start to say you know I want my money out then there is going to have to start selling I explain this to people in terms of baseball cards it's a great way doing it because I as a kid blog collecting baseball cards and I got a pretty decent collection if I if I look up online the when I was a kid I used to look at these books and they would tell you what the value of your baseball card is L. and let's say for instance I've got a Dave Winfield rookie card what is it like nineteen seventy two or something like that and the Dave Winfield rookie card I guys work which is something I have no idea let's say it's worth two hundred dollars in mint condition somebody has to pay me two hundred dollars I can't take the Dave Winfield rookie card go down to the CVS or go to buy gas and they put gas in my car with it's only worth what somebody is willing to pay for it and sometimes when the stock quotes get very very high in a big hill liquid to some degree these major positions yes what what the stock is trading at can be a bit of what we like to call a few days he it's not real now I want to play for you up a cliff I I've I've mentioned this before I grabbed it yesterday yet another I mentioned the forest Gump Tom Hanks well here's another here's another right Tom Hanks movie that was a big fan of long time I haven't seen it a long time I don't really think it's dated either the movie big the only big let's listen to this right no not from a yes yes I don't get it.

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"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Say that only because when we get to the twenty first of December Chris Moore here by the way then we start get longer days again twenty seconds longer than the twenty first at center center right on through so that's the light at the end of the tunnel that we were talking about earlier our to the show a manual bird Bari on the other side along with P. Hoffman we will talk to Andrew Brandt later this hour M. M. Q. B. columnist business of sports podcast as well talk to him about the NFL we'll take your phone calls as always at eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six talk about some of the games this weekend jets giants at cetera I don't think the Josh Smith deal will be a big deal overall story breaking this past hour that he is going to be suspended for years a cornerback from the cardinals because he bet on football and is a member of the football team even though is on injured reserve and I think the Lee just trying to send a message there and remind everybody that we're not kidding and that the penalties are not going to be minor they're going to be severe and that is always the difficult part when we talk about discipline in any of these situations that we discuss cheating any kind of spousal abuse or child abuse or any kind of abuse alcohol abuse drug abuse of how long is the proper amount right in in careers that are limited by H. so always controversial I guess it always will be let's get back to the phones Adam in Manhattan is up next on the fan hi Adam Hey Chris how are you good good way for me I'm looking at the at the actors and hope she can scandal really just curious what your take is I I fall in the pretty your harshest penalty possible care should be I mean everything that I've seen on my own I in the video that I just watched online he kind of proven and I understand that they're kind of those products the running to the investigation but I mean the way I see it the bell rings let's be taken away and from the manager at you know he to the GM being banned forever and then I don't know what what the correct you should be pretty players but I think it should be pretty pretty drastic Kerry found a way to come out here well I think that there are interest Adam and yours are two different things we talked about this in the first hour a little bit that fairness is not really way up the list of things that are important to leaks or the NC double a for that matter they're in the business of business and business is means that the more people are talking about the games and the on field on court on ice stuff the better the more they're talking about the extra curricular stuff the worse and my point is saying that is that they want this to go away fast so the best way to make it go away fast is the not penalize players and use the excuse that well we're just not sure of the which players had as much exposure to the cheating which ones were active which ones were passive we just don't we can't paint with a broad brush here so I am what I expected to be regardless of what I think it should be because let's face it what we think it should be isn't relevant you know they don't care what we think so what do I expected to be are expected to be healthy finds draft picks and then the question becomes do they take him for half a year they banned the GM four year did they what are they decide to do from a day to day the proposition that the family will notice throughout twenty twenty while he's watching the game here she is watching the game that's the fascinating part to me I just think that they'd rather have this thing go away as quickly as possible but as we just saw with the Josh Shaw thing and it's.

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"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"chris moore" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Tonight here at the fan Chris Moore wrapping up he show. speaking in the third person so then Tony can take over the stage and take you through to your Sunday morning Mickey Galloway little risk and a little reward as he had Lugo scheduled the back with the bases loaded Saddam down Ferraz a Davis delivered a. aces clearing double. and now Justin Wilson in to try and close it tomorrow Walker Buehler against Zack Wheeler and close out this series but a. likely win tonight for the Mets there two outs away and they obviously need it and trying to keep pace with the cubs won today the brewers are up in their game the Phillies are tied in their game so you just have to keep our eye on the scoreboard as the night progresses but they are two outs away and make it go away without one because. if Davis had not come through admins zero zero and your dad Wilson command and then you don't know where you're going to go after that with the struggles of the S. but any ideas gonna end up putting in a big spot somewhere down the line here and it lead to come through a wall but I don't think they can hide in the whole year Jody it's Staten Island up next on the fan I Jody hello so I want I want to ask an honest question are you worried at all about the Yankees getting into the playoffs this year at all. getting in what what what I'm what I'm saying is are you are you worried about their starting pitching staff well you mean when they get in yes yeah I think we're all a little worried I'm more worried though I said this all along and and throughout this century really with them I worry that they don't hit in the post season you know and I'm hoping that because they now have lemay you and they have the tour is you know is more of a complete player they're a little more complete than they used to be they're not all home run hitters so hopefully that will be the difference but yeah I'm worried I'm worried a little bit but I am but I also not overwhelmed by anybody I know I I I'm not a question Chris okay all right would you call it cannot yeah yeah that does not that doesn't seem to be right gives own selves are you worried at all about and pitching this year and the and the in the postseason I'm worried about him on the road Joe how about you. yeah you can tell yeah I'm worried about him on the road I think that he still be very good at home and I expect that he'll pitch well against the stadium but I I know he gives up a lot of home runs we all know that and he scares you a little bit but you know Paxton coming around is helpful and we're gonna see suffering on this week we're gonna see Jordan Montgomery tomorrow the tense this is back in the lineup tomorrow we may not pitch but he's back in the lineup will be with the big team in Toronto so we're gonna have a chance to see these guys with two weeks ago one more question Chris okay yeah. one male do you think will mail will win the MVP this year. that's a good question I don't know that he'll win it I think he's got a pretty good shot I don't know if you win the MVP I'm not that big on individual awards you know in a team sport I'm just not I mean I'm happy for people like. it's like a it's like a consolation prize when your team doesn't get in like the gras morning the site young last year or you know Alonso winning the home run title if they don't get in. or to grab one of the site young again if they don't get in it's a it's a consolation prize you really want to get in you know there's ten teams to get in now. that's a lot ten out of thirty a third of the teams get in. so if you have the grommet Alonso for example if you have the grama lines on macneil. in a lackluster kind of a down National League season you want to get in with that like you want to be a playoff team with that if you have the grama lines on macneil. not a lot of teams have that. and they've kept their starting pitching healthy. and they haven't been into the Phillies Wharton nearly as good as people thought they might be the cubs same thing. brewers about where they should be cardinals about where they should be dodges where they should be so. you know the teams they are battling with that. are in this thing now and didn't get there as the Mets win the game three nothing. they have underachieved. they've underachieved. so. that's why the matter in it because the brewers the cubs in the Phillies weren't as good as people thought they would be the Braves got better faster. then people thought the Dodgers were pretty much a shoe in to begin with and Milwaukee's about were Milwaukee should be but the cubs and the Phillies in particular have under chief from what people thought they would be and that allows. the door open for the Mets but the cubs and the Phillies don't have the ground or Alonso or McNeil and what I mean by that they don't players like that. no not really. so it's frustrating as a met backer match now six games over. five hundred. Lugo gets the win Wilson the save. but it's frustrating that. the Mets have those elements and I've kept them healthy most of the year McNeil had some problems but Alonso McNeil and the ground the been there the whole way most of the way. and they haven't so far anyway but able to take advantage of it they're gonna have to play very well these final two weeks. to catch the teams in front of them and hope for a little help. so it's frustrating in that regard but the future looks brighter as we talked about before the future looks brighter than it has been for a while because those three guys will be the keys next year and there's no reason to think any of them will be worse you know they're not like Robinson Cano getting toward the end of their career rely manning or anything like that the ground's got plenty last ones are McNeil have plenty left so. definitely easier to be optimistic about next year's Mets Frank and may have back up next on the fan I Frank yeah you said it all fourteen more playoff games for the Mets right. try to go Levin and three yeah and at worst ten four in you know it's funny weren't looking at the cubs right take a Gander at the national schedule and their track record in September we might next week at this time be saying looking more at the nationals and the cops nationals got three with the cards this week they've got a bunch for the Phillies there they usually be tack at each other and they got five of a tough game to Cleveland but we do know league series so don't don't don't write that option out because to get the cuts take off and then it split with the cardinals which they may they'll exceed eighty eight and so the Mets really Milwaukee has to has to lose a couple games we know that but that other option maybe the nationals when it's all said and done yeah I really hadn't considered them understand their track record and you're right about their schedule I think they're a little bit better than they have been and they have stoppers the page for them that hasn't mattered as much perhaps in the past but the odds that that kind of thing continues for them I don't think a very good I think the brewers could drop I don't think the cubs are a lock for anything yet and obviously the Phillies are a complete wildcard I I don't have any faith in the Phillies being good or bad they might be great am I gonna run the Phillies are like the Mets they could go on a run and they could be lousy so here you let it play out as you said you're you're really looking at. ten four at the worst for eighty seven wins and see if that's good enough. tomorrow's Bueller against Wheeler that'll be an interesting match up try to take two out of three from the Dodgers Yankees are upset about it although they got a long way to go before they get to the World Series should they get there the Dodgers losing tonight helps them so yeah it's not unhappy about that. we have football for you tomorrow forget on the fan with the giants and the bills who played great defense but. look like they can be had offensively and then the giants of course. all offensively seem to be ahead of where they are defensively they did play a very good team on the road in week one and I don't like to over react to week one and I'm not going to overreact week one with the giants despite the negatives that came out of the game. I am. intrigued at how they're going of. Mork Daniel Jones in any line manning out and how. convinced they are that they need to do that I'm intrigued by all of that but I don't need to see it you know I'm not going to see it tomorrow and..

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LeBron James of Los Angeles Lakers says NFL owners have slave mentality

CBS Sports Radio

03:21 min | 3 years ago

LeBron James of Los Angeles Lakers says NFL owners have slave mentality

"James went after NFL owners. He was critical of NFL owners during the latest episode of the shop earlier tonight Friday night where he said NFL owners, quote have a slave mentality. In the NFL. They got a bunch of old white men owning teams, and they got the slave mentality. And it's like this is my team you do what the blank, I tell you to do all we get rid of your all. So there's more of that. I'd like to see it in its content. I watched tonight on HBO. I'm not that critical of LeBron because of the show the show's a barber shop, that's what the show's all about with celebrities celebrities hanging out in a barbershop hip. Hop stars actors people they're having fun and his executive producer and partner. Maverick carter. Also Todd Gurley was talking business and rapper ice cube. So I'm not going to sit here and analyze every word that was said in a barbershop where a bunch of guys are talking. But the key question that we need to talk about over the weekend. Because this is a big story. My good friend. Chris Moore who was on before me said that this could be a news dump over the weekend. We might forget it. I disagree because we had the government shutdown. We have bad weather on the east coast. Everyone's traveling for the holidays, we might forget about it. We won't forget about this. Because LeBron James is the most important and biggest name athlete in the country with all due respect to Jordan Tom Brady. Tiger woods. It's lebrons world right now. But I think what you have to ask. And I'll ask it for you. Is what is LeBron trying to get out of this? Why would LeBron James want to pick a fight with Robert Kraft and Jerry Jones right to white guys? Really rich owners number one in one a who do a lot and are very inclusive with African Americans. Robert Kraft, obviously does so much good all the charity work. Did he does Jerry Jones all the countless African American players that he's had who got onto greatness who love him sit in the owner's box. Why would LeBron James do this? I'm trying to figure that out eight five five two one two four two two seven. But I'll tell you why he's doing it because LeBron's branching out of basketball. He's in the real estate business. He's in the movie business. He's in the music business. He wants people to know his feelings on this. But Ken, LeBron sit down and have a deep debate. And a discussion on this topic with Jim Brown Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Bill Russell some of the leaders when it comes to the African American community in sports in our lifetime. I think you can I think what LeBron was trying to do is make a point that. There are no guaranteed contracts in the NFL. But does he. Have to use the term slave

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Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein to retire, to be succeeded by Co-COO David Solomon

Chris Moore

03:54 min | 3 years ago

Goldman CEO Lloyd Blankfein to retire, to be succeeded by Co-COO David Solomon

"Trying to find. A new fair value Deborah mind has your first word headlines she joins us Deborah President Trump has reversed his denial of Russian election meddling that's after a widespread backlash including from senior members of his own party Trump now claims he, missed the one word during his news conference with President Putin in Helsinki the attended clarification comes more than twenty four hours after this comments from. Which he hadn't backed away in several subsequent. Media interviews I realized that there is. A need for some Tariffication I should have been thought it would be But I would like to clarify. Just in case it wasn't in my remarks I said the word would instead of Shannon's should have. Been I don't see any reason why Why it wouldn't be rushing the Bank. Of England is a step closer to a rate hike that's after you came playmate rose to a record and the three months through may governor Mark Carney has cited strength in the labor market and limited spare capacity as reasons to raise rates though he's not said exactly when the money markets are now pricing in an eighty percent chance of. Tightening at the bank's next meeting Goldman Sachs has. Confirmed that David Solomon will succeed Lloyd blankfein as CEO October I. Will usher in the new era only the second hand over of power and Goldman's two decades as a public company at fifty-six Solomon will be the banks oldest new leader and almost half a century blankfein has been a Goldman for thirty years he's expected to pocket almost eighty five million dollars when he finally walks away I'll be stepping down as CEO at the end of September and as. Chairman and I will retire from the firm at the end of the year Global news twenty four. Hours a. Day on air and. Take talk on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries I'm Deborah now this is Bloomberg Debra thank you very much, now the fed chair Jay Powell has tweaked his language as I was saying about the right path adding words for night as a caveat his description of the. Central banks. Plan, to keep hiking With. A, strong job market. Inflation close to our objective and the risks to the outlook roughly balanced c, believes that for now the best way, forward is to keep gradually raising the federal funds rate In his testimony before. The Senate banking committee Powell also spoke about. The yield curve as fears of inversion rise the shape of the curve is something we've talked about quite a lot different people think about it different ways some people think about it more than others I. Think about. It as really the question being what's what's that message from a long run rate about neutral rates Let's bring in rob Subramaniam had of. Emerging market economics for Asia excluding Japan fixed income research at the more he joins us now from a Singapore. Studio great to have you with me this. Morning my question to you is this was not a slightly more dovish fed with those two magic words four NY Yeah I actually think so I think the feds no more dovish hawkish after Powell's. Testimony to me the, full now really signal that the fed is a lot more data. Dependent than the east to be pal talked earlier about how they're, going to, move very gradually and one risk. Where they may have to celebrate the pace. Is if inflation picks up foster all financial. Stability risks grow more but he also said we might have to hike more more slowly than the, current course If the signs.

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