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Why Has the US Sanctioned Russian Officials but Not the Saudis?

All In with Chris Hayes

02:52 min | 6 hrs ago

Why Has the US Sanctioned Russian Officials but Not the Saudis?

"The. Us treasury department sanctioning russian officials in response to the poisoning the attempted assassination of a russian political leader and dissident alexi navalny ni With novacek. Do you think this is a good idea. I do i do i. It was just unacceptable for the united states to be silent in the wake of russia's most important opposition leader being intentionally poisoned now in prison by putin's government. I mean if we don't lead the global fight to protect democracy and stand up for pro democratic movements in places like russia no one will and what we see is that the forces of despotism are on the march democrat democracies that we took for granted just ten years ago are now slowly sliding away from self determination even in and on the edges of europe and so by standing up to one of the world's most brutal bullies vladimir putin We are also. I think sending a signal to nascent democracy movements and fragile democracies that america is back on the democracy promotion stage so speaking of that. There's a there. Of course. Also the release of the previously classified report about the intelligence communities findings about bin hamad bin salman that he had greenlighted at the very least the operation to capture or kill but those are the words. They're a jamal khashoggi. Newspaper columnist the washington post. The biden administration not doing anything personally. Mohammed bin salman not revoking visa. Travel rights were personal sanctions. Saying the emas recalibration not a rupture. We've been very clear with a saudi. This is an historic partnership. It's lasted for seventy five years. What do you think of that. I mean i think you can sort of connect these two conversations. There's no question that vladimir putin ordered the poisoning of alexei navalny but we didn't announce sanctions on putin today largely because We tend to not levy sanctions on the leaders of countries And i think that is probably part of the rationale for why m b. s. was spared sanctions but i would make this argument on saudi arabia. I frankly think that Nbs weapons matter much more to him than his visa. And so what i would argue is that we should recalibrate. Our security partnership with the saudis. I if they're going to be in the business of chopping up dissidents or targeting them all around the world and we shouldn't be selling them weapons and so. I think the administration is right now. Having debate about what our security partnership looks like and if we make changes to that well. It looked like a personal sanction on. Mvs you'll have a big impact on him and his priorities. Senator chris murphy. Thanks for making time tonight.

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott Ends Statewide Mask Mandate, Opens State 100%

All In with Chris Hayes

00:45 sec | 7 hrs ago

Texas Governor Greg Abbott Ends Statewide Mask Mandate, Opens State 100%

"Some really disturbing news today out of the state of texas which is of course still recovering that disastrous winter storm and catastrophic energy grid. Failure today governor greg. Abbott rescinded the state's mask mandate and declared texas open for business effective next wednesday. All businesses of any type are allowed to open one hundred percent then includes any type of entity in texas also. I'm ending the statewide mask. Mandate

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Chris Kennedy and David Weber discuss their new book, "Into The Light"

Read Between the Lines

05:55 min | 15 hrs ago

Chris Kennedy and David Weber discuss their new book, "Into The Light"

"Today i'm interviewing david weber. Chris kennedy there. How are you doing today. I'm doing fine. Except i think a another dominion another another dimension on timing but aside from that all is good excellent So can you tell me about your books about our collaborative books because we only have one of those. Yes i know that you have. You have more books outside of that too. So if you'd like to talk a little bit those two okay. Chris sure Although i'm i have a few traditionally published works i'm predominantly an independent author publisher I've got about thirty books on my own as well as forty published short stories Almost all of those are science. Fiction and fantasy Also published over two hundred other books through the various imprints of christianity publishing at Unlike the pusher you were just talking to. I am simply a supplier. i Have let sixty seventy Traditionally published books out I guess the two that people know me for our the honor harrington series with bain books and the Safe hold series with tour But i also have some fantasy scattered through their primarily military science fiction. Although i actually think of it almost as political science fiction because i spend so much time in the nuts and bolts of the politics of my various liberate. Worlds right so actually. Can you talk a little bit about military science fiction. You said political science fiction. Because i before starting your book no idea that this was a genre and i know how is not notice but well into the light actually bins jonynas just just Just oil yeah. Yeah the only other thing. I've got that really came close to that i think is In theory born in which i Pair a female commando with The last surviving. Greek fury but Military science fiction is science fiction which is primarily in which the conflict is primarily centered around A military conflict not simply social dynamics or or philosophical You actually have people shooting each other pretty much In terms of it The reason that i said Political science fiction is that there's military science fiction. There's what i think of as militaristic science fiction tony bain actually coined that term for me. Militaristic science fiction is written by people who just went to write something. A lot of people get shot. I mean it's at is written by people who frequently don't understand how the military works at all in real life How politics impact The military so when i'm writing military science fiction i try to give the political background that is driving these people to do something as inherently Not saying as shooting other human beings if you follow what i'm saying. Yeah i typically just stay with the military side I generally don't get into the politics as much However with twenty years of being a naval aviator i do have a a decent idea of how military's work out. Show off help. Okay and well in david does too. I mean he's done so much research on military things that i'm sure he knows you know a a wide variety of military's that that i've never looked at so in. They're they're all pretty much the same under the skin in a lot of ways. Somebody just sent me a a pay stub from a roman legionnaire. That they absurd. I saw that. No i saw that thing. Yes they excavated at. What's left of the pay slip of a roman legionnaire from the from israel in And it's all about what he had to pay the quartermaster. For food and everything else. It turns out that he got paid. He paid the quartermaster and he was flat broke again. Some things don't change a lot okay so you were talking a little bit about it already. But what is your collaboration process. Look like in like there's different perspectives in this book's one of you gravitate more towards the perspectives or Okay i do collaborations with quite a i. I am somebody who is in one. Its comfortable doing collaborations and in another sense. Not i am not. I am not comfortable doing a collaboration in which somebody says okay. I'm going to put my name on the book. You write it I'm going to be involved in collaboration. I'm going to be hands on which chris found out i expected to. I mean it was your your you know your series to start with And i'm i'm kind of the the squatter in it so i. I knew that you would have many ideas for where the series was going to go and what it was gonna look like And i came in welling came in willing to work within that framework.

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FBI chief calls Jan. 6 'domestic terrorism,' defends intel

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 17 hrs ago

FBI chief calls Jan. 6 'domestic terrorism,' defends intel

"The F. B. I.'s chief is defending the bureau's handling of intelligence before January's capital riot director Chris raises the attack was appalling behavior that we the FBI the U. S. domestic terrorists capitol police leaders have said they were unaware of an F. B. I. report the day before the attack warning of potential violence ray told a Senate panel the information was shared three different ways that we was raw and unverified intelligence our folks made the judgment to get that information to the relevant people as quickly as possible ray says the attack was not an isolated incident that domestic terror is metastasizing and the problem won't go away soon Sager made Ghani Washington

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FBI Director Wray to testify for first time since deadly Capitol riot

The Von Haessler Doctrine

00:29 sec | 18 hrs ago

FBI Director Wray to testify for first time since deadly Capitol riot

"Wray testifying about law enforcement response to that January 6 riot at the U. S. Capitol senators have been clear they want to know more about the resource is Dedicated to combating domestic extremists in white supremacists are reporter Chris Van Cleve says Raise vowed to hold the capital mob accountable. And just now the FBI director telling on Capitol Hill, the trumpets trump supporters that that attack quote that siege was criminal behavior, plain and simple and its behavior that we the FBI view as domestic terrorism. Hundreds of

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Merck to Help J&J Make Its Covid-19 Vaccine

Chris Plante

00:17 sec | 18 hrs ago

Merck to Help J&J Make Its Covid-19 Vaccine

"Vaccine in an effort to expand to climb or quickly. President Biden will announce the agreement in a formal announcement this afternoon. The assistance for Merc will help its rival Meet its demand need more quickly. Nearly 100 dead, Shipman have been moved to a hotel in downtown Annapolis

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Washington, DC lawmakers propose how to handle marijuana sale, distribution

Chris Plante

00:37 sec | 19 hrs ago

Washington, DC lawmakers propose how to handle marijuana sale, distribution

"But a congressional writer on appropriations bills prevented the city from taxing and regulating recreational marijuana sales that writers still in place, But we are optimistic that Writer will be lifted this year. And so we have this legislation to regulate the sale and distribution of recreational marijuana Council chair Phil Mendelson says it would create a social equity program that would require at least half of all licenses be set aside for applicants from low income neighborhoods. Heather Curtis on W M A. L N w a l dot com A new report claims he's he's public Psychiatric hospital was slow to respond at the start of the pandemic, and that contributed

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FBI chief to face questions about extremism, Capitol riot

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 21 hrs ago

FBI chief to face questions about extremism, Capitol riot

"I'm Julie Walker the head of the FBI is set to testify today for the first time since the deadly January sixth right at the capitol and lawmakers are likely to press him on whether the bureau adequately communicated with other law enforcement agencies about the potential for violence that day questions about the FBI's preparations for what took place that day and investigations into it are expected to dominate Chris Wray's appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee he's also likely to be asked of the bureau is confronting the national security threat from white nationalists as domestic violence stream is the violence at the capitol made clear that the F. B. I. which revolutionized itself after the nine eleven attacks to deal with international terrorism is now scrambling to address homegrown violence last week the acting chief of the capitol police said in January fifth report from the FBI warning about concerning online posts made its way to police investigators and the department's intelligence unit but was never sent up the chain of command I'm Julie Walker

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Johnson & Johnson plans to ship COVID-19 vaccine doses this week

AM Tampa Bay

00:19 sec | 23 hrs ago

Johnson & Johnson plans to ship COVID-19 vaccine doses this week

"Of Johnson and Johnson's single dose Corona virus vaccine or getting shift. It's the only one shot vaccine approved for use in the U. S. The first doses could be administered his earliest today. Nearly four million vaccines will be shipped this week. Florida is expected to get 175,000 doses this week. I'm Chris

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The Personal Chef Chris Spear On What The Job Entails

flavors unknown podcast

03:18 min | 23 hrs ago

The Personal Chef Chris Spear On What The Job Entails

"You tell us a bit more of what. These job consists of what's What's your role sure. There's a couple of different ways that people do the personal chef thing. I think most commonly a lot of personal chefs do the in-home weekly meal. Prep type things. But what. I really wanted to focus on giving people a restaurant experience in their home so i don't do any meal prep i don't have like recurring clients. I mean i definitely have repeat clients. But what i do. Is i build a customized menu preferences of my guests. So i send them a questionnaire. Find out what they like. And don't like any diet preferences. And then i show up with everything. I bring my china all the cooking pots and pans. All the food and i make everything for them there and then i go set the table and serve it to them and we do afford a six course meal and it's really similar to going out to a restaurant so and you said that this is something that you do customized in and as you have a null like repeat customer so it must be very. It's must be like a tough set up in business as well one of your Be bingoing ease always to look for you know for new customers one hundred percent. That's the biggest thing is this week. I'm good but next week. I'm still struggling. As of this point. Like i have to events and i probably need to get to more. And you know you're always hustling every single day just to get another dinner. And that is the exhausting part of it. It's not like. I have a set thing where i know. I'm cooking for three or four families every week. It's just the same as if you in a restaurant you don't know from one day to the next business is going to be like. And so you attended like culinary school traditional canary school while only on so you made a decision. I think in your career that union wanting to work at the restaurant betsy you work on Food service companies like decks. So so what made you take the decision. A couple of things. I think one culinary school is ridiculously expensive. I went to johnson wales. I got a four year bachelor's degree and came out with student loan debt remaining of either pay four hundred and four dollars a month for ten years. That was what i had left after already paying for some and you know i graduated ninety eight and when you got out what the market was looking like is at seven dollars an hour cooking jobs and i couldn't live on that but i found a job working in a retirement community and they were offering me eleven fifty an hour but i also got you know. Two weeks paid vacation medical benefits for a one k. All that stuff and it sounded great. So i definitely the finances were a big part of that but i also say just. I never really loved that restaurant. Experience the kitchen life though working till two in the morning just kind of i think a lot of the attitudes of the chefs working in restaurants. I applied for jobs out of culinary school in. Wisconsin turned off by the attitude of many of the hiring executive chefs. I just thought these guys sound alike jerks. And i don't really want to work for them

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New Insights on the Bruins' Disappointing Week

Bruins Beat

02:15 min | 1 d ago

New Insights on the Bruins' Disappointing Week

"A great way for Bruins not a great week. I know they ended it on our early started next week Sunday. They started to walk on a good note, but not ending particularly. Well, there are a lot of problems. What was the biggest to you? Well, I mean, obviously the the one where you look at just the Optics of it right is the defense, right? I mean you give up 13 goals in two games. I think everyone get concerned about that and I think that's wrong. You see the right flag is you know, you're seeing way too many transition goals created chances in front of Rask and a lot, but the thing is is that that's always a concern. Oh shit. Like when you go that many goals. I'm sure not to spend learning but also, I mean I look at it right where I think we all are in agreement of the rooms and needs more depth on the blue. Looks like we've talked about at home last week. Like that's a guy they need right? So this isn't any surprise and when you missing three starters on your blue line, you know, including two guys in lausanne and Thursdays are good at kind of showing up that net front and girls like ew, you know as much as I think people are now the critics been hurt. I feel like there's like the The Narrative of like, oh they can they they can do well without them, you know, he's an injury-prone. Even though it's really only been kind of this year. We're didn't really really bad. But you know you miss Chris leak in his ability to get the puck out and you know, get the brake outgoing and hit those first passes cuz off these games have been stuck in their own Zone with for checking issues. So but you look at that defense, right you miss those three guys, you have back and iron in a top pairing roll and you know, yes potential. I mean we've seen multiple times we're out of something. He's big enough yet to handle some of these guys and he's been just kind of Knocked around by Chris Kreider which led to a goal. He got knocked around by Andrews Lee and pushed around which led to Chicago gets the island is so I mean you go to depleted decor and you know, you got drawn more playing like the minutes and he did not look very good. The last two games so wage. Obviously, you're shorthanded you hopefully you hope that a shorthand unit doesn't give up 13 goals, but still it's not expected. But you had to know that there was going to be some issues with your going to be giving birth. One more chance has given how the state of your Decor is. Now.

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Dallas Area Police Officer Kelly Kujawski Fired After Posting Racially Insensitive Social Media Post

Chris Krok

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Dallas Area Police Officer Kelly Kujawski Fired After Posting Racially Insensitive Social Media Post

"Been fired for a social media post that was deemed racially insensitive by internal affairs Officer Kelly Rojansky was terminated for violating departmental general orders regarding social media use. Chief notes agreed that our conduct brought unfavorable criticism on the department before Edward Police Department says they hold every officer to a very high standard and any comment post or any communication that's racially insensitive and unprofessional will not be Condoned in any manner. Well, his federal

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Biden Meets Virtually With Mexican President as Border Apprehensions Spike

Chris Krok

00:50 sec | 1 d ago

Biden Meets Virtually With Mexican President as Border Apprehensions Spike

"Biden and the Mexican president met virtually today that comes as president Biden is attempting to reverse former President Trump's border policies. Biden spoke about the U. S relationship with Mexico. The Obama Biden administration. We made a commitment That we look at Mexico as an equal, not as somebody who is south of our border. You are equal and what you do in Mexico and how you succeed. In fact, dramatically on with the rest of the hemisphere will look like when asked if the U. S will send covert vaccines to Mexico, Biden responded. We're going to talk about that. That comes after White House press secretary said today that President Biden would not consider sharing the U. S. Corona virus vaccine supply with Mexico even if the topic came up.

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NY House Democrat calls for Cuomo to resign after latest allegation

All In with Chris Hayes

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

NY House Democrat calls for Cuomo to resign after latest allegation

"Just moments ago. New york congressman caffeine rights. Democrat called on new york governor. Cuomo to resign. The time has come. She says governor signed that comes after a third woman has now come forward to tell the new york times when we'll made unwanted advances to her at a wedding touching her hair back and asking if he could kiss her. That is the picture of taking at the moment of the moment in question. Now that news breaking tonight just hours. After new york's attorney general letitia james announced. Her office will move forward with an independent investigation into allegations of sexual harassment. by cuomo. promising that quote the findings will be disclosed and a public report over the weekend. A second former aide had gone on the record new york times accusing the governor of sexual harassment. Cuomo the allegations. He released an apology on sunday. Saying i now understand. My interactions may have been insensitive or two personal that some of my comments given my position made others feel in ways i never intend

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Is New York Knicks star Julius Randle’s season better than any season Chris Bosh ever had?

ESPN Radio

01:16 min | 1 d ago

Is New York Knicks star Julius Randle’s season better than any season Chris Bosh ever had?

"That was happening yesterday, where Brandon Tierney was talking about Julius Randle right now is playing the best basketball of his career that him and his best. Is better than any season that Chris Bosch had in his entire NBA career. Are you a believer of that? Are you against that? I'm not a believer of that. I think that people like to forget just how excellent Chris Bosch was in Miami on both ends of the floor, right. I mean, Chris Bosch wasn't just, you know, an outstanding offense of player and a reliable third weapon for those he championship teams. He was also a linchpin of their defense and championship defense's and Julius Randle has a long way to go in order to, you know, be in that place. Now, having said that I love Julius Randle's game, and I think Tom Thibodeau has been the perfect coach. Unlocking that, you know, I think Julius Randle had these flashes for years where you'd watch him and you say, Well, why couldn't this guy be more dominant? Why can't he affect winning? And Tom Thibodeau has figured out a way to do that. And obviously the Knicks have been a very good defensive team this year with Julius Randle a big part of that. I give in the consistency we saw from Chris Bosch for a decade plus on both ends of the floor. I just don't think that's appropriate yet. Will you look at two

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VCU fraternity suspended after student found dead

Chris Plante

00:27 sec | 1 d ago

VCU fraternity suspended after student found dead

"A college freshman is dead in a fraternity chapter at Virginia Commonwealth University has been suspended. Following a potential weekend hazing incident, according to his cousin, 19 year Old Adam Oaks, a graduate of Potomac Falls High School in Loudon County, went to a rush party at the Delta Chi fraternity and was made to drink whiskey after he was blindfolded. The cousin says Oaks ran headfirst into a tree and was helped inside. He went to sleep and never woke up. Police are investigating the

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Biden warns Iran to "be careful" after airstrikes in Syria

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:06 min | 2 d ago

Biden warns Iran to "be careful" after airstrikes in Syria

"President biden says he carried out the airstrikes in syria to protect american personnel. Politicians are now reacting to that decision. The chairman of the senate intelligence committee says president binds decision to launch an air strike against. Iran's proxy forces in syria was the right one. Virginia's other democratic senator. Tim kaine also weighing in saying the military action without congressional. Approval is not constitutional absent extraordinary circumstances. The two jets dropped seven laser-guided bombs destroying nine buildings used by iran's proxy forces on fox news sunday chris wallace asked white house press secretary. Jen psaki president biden was sending a message to iran. That talks about the us. Rejoining the nuclear deal. Can't happen if you troops are being attacked. T sending an unambiguous message that he is going to protect our men and women serving and our coalition forces. That's fox's lucas thomasson reporting meanwhile the biden administration says it remains open to talks with iran over the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal despite iran's rejection of an e you invitation to join a meeting with the us and other participants in the agreement a senior administration official says. The us is disappointed in the rejection but is flexible to the timing and format of the

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Making Beautiful Music With Community-Driven Partnerships

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

05:35 min | Last week

Making Beautiful Music With Community-Driven Partnerships

"Henry donahue is the executive director of save the music a national nonprofit that helps students schools and communities reach their full potential through the power of making music prior to save the music. Henry was the ceo and head of partnerships at purpose a digital strategy and creative agency that focuses on social impact projects. Notable clients included every town for gun safety the aclu oxfam international. The ford foundation nike. I- kia audi and liverpool f c. Henry has also worked as a media. Executive focused on digital product development is held senior positions at discover conde nast primedia and lendingtree dot com spent most of the nineteen nineties on the road across the usa as a fundraiser for political candidates including us senators. Jay rockefeller from west virginia. And ron wyden from oregon at the same time. He was playing guitar in an indie rock band and running into small independent record label. Henry has an abbey in american history from harvard college and an mba from darden graduate school of business at the university of virginia henry. Great to have you with us. Sharing the story of save the music and the lessons contained within the be here could see joe thanks. Hey i'm delighted to have you. So why don't we start sharing with our listeners. The origin story of save the music. What was the germ of its mission and tell us a little bit about the journey. Yeah i mean safe. The music's mission and vision are the same today as they were back. joni urine. John sykes aretha franklin one. Dvd's categories aretha flying sleep dion and Every student every public schools should be making music as part of their education. I think you had a great overview of why at the intro. We know for decades of research that when schools have music students do better. The school does better. The community does better In normal times. I travel all around the country even in the toughest schools when you get to that band room or that choir room. You know. it's that joy and inspiration and hope for the future and all those things. So i i love going to high schools middle schools elementary schools. I love interacting advanced features van kits. It's amazing the landscape out there. Is that most schools in the. Us do have music as part of their school day. there's a quote for geoffrey canada That i'm sure i'm angling but it's something to the effect of if you wanna see what a quality education looks like. Look what rich people do about. Eighty percent of american schools have music and art as part of their school day And the programs that caught over the years. And we're we do. Most of our work are in schools that serve black students immigrant students and in rural rural students as well. What do you love about your job. Henry donahue because you loved this i love so it you you mentioned. I mean i've worked in politics and advocacy and social impact in various ways for for a long time You know at purpose Which some of your listeners might be familiar with worked on gun safety. We worked on marriage. Equality we worked on A project involving immigrants and You know the fight for the fifteen dollars minimum wage. All of which were were were deeply deeply satisfying. But when chris mccarthy who's the guy runs. mtv now came to me in we had this conversation about the h. one. Save the music which five six years ago you know still had a very solid sort of core group of program team people working there doing amazing work but has sort of been what i call know an orphan corporate asset on. Cbs empire. You know. I was presented with the opportunity to do the thing that i did for my job. Which was you know corporate impact strategy advocacy and combined with the thing that i spent my whole life in love with which which is music. Which by the way you. You don't have the benefit of seeing henry. But i do. And i see a keyboard. And i see a guitar so yeah. This is a music guy. You're a. You're a an advocate Andrew musician and you get to do both in the same job. That's pretty awesome. Yeah i think this is sort of at the core of was eighth. music does Which is i remember myself as a pretty angry and somewhat directionless

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"chris my" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:26 min | 2 weeks ago

"chris my" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You believe made it weird with the home. What's happening weirdos. This is chris kelly. I hope everybody's doing well. I should have said that. I hope everybody's doing well. This is chris kelly We're doing well. I don't know if you guys listen to friday The we made it weird episode with me and val update everybody's happy and healthy including leila so we are Out of the woods we had our basically our last day of quarantine is tomorrow after a little. Bit of a scare. But we're good. We're back baby. Summer of george were good. And i'm so happy to share this episode with you chris. Kelly directed We talk a little bit about this episode two and three of the first season of crashing. I loved working with him. He also created The movie which you'll hear that. I love very very much other people. If you're looking for a wonderful hilarious heartfelt indie movie It is incredible. Check it out. We all need good things to watch. During quarantine other people is at the top of my rex. Marex a also made the other two. He's made so many wonderful things and was the head writer for us now and he's a delight and he's hilarious so let's get to it as quickly as possible. It means so much if you want to show your support for the show by trying. One of our pete's picks i have a new one for you guys which is stitch fix. We have been using stitch. Fix vallon i for years. It started when i noticed. When and i moved in together there was always a box from stitch fix. She was trying on clothes. She was keeping the one she liked and she was sending them back. And that is what stitch fix is about. It's like an online personal shopper. Curated to your size your taste and they make it so easy. And that is basically. Where valujet's oliver close and i started doing it as well. It is so easy. So i'm and i'm so glad that they're the newest pizza pack because we can give them a genuine and enthusiastic endorsement. Have you ever looked at your current cold weather wardrobe options and just get a chill. I think it might be time to ditch that old sweater and upgrade that jacket a stitch fix personal. Stylus can help you pick new pieces. That are timeless.

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"chris my" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

Pop Culture Junkie

03:55 min | 2 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on Pop Culture Junkie

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

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"chris my" Discussed on Radicalize Me

Radicalize Me

03:26 min | 3 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on Radicalize Me

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

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"chris my" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush

"Hi everyone sophia. Bush here welcomed a work in progress. Where i talked to people who inspire me about how they got to where they are and where. They think they're still going. Hello everyone. I'm so thrilled to introduce you to my guests today. Incredibly insightful thoughtful and multi talented. Chris mayer. Chris is a former filmmaker and if funeral hormone writer entrepreneur and licensed york state attorney. Who clearly has had a fascinating life path. Chris graduated from both brandeis university and vermont law school where he earned a j d and a masters in environmental law and policy however he'd always dreamt of making films so chris began his career by writing directing and producing a low budget film called black his weight after realizing that making a living as a filmmaker came with tremendous challenges to say the least. He took an opportunity in the funeral home industry and went on to own and operate multiple funeral homes. Pretty big twist right. After years spent in the funeral home industry. Chris was inspired to write his first book based on everything that he'd learned watching families go through some of our most vulnerable moments. It's called life in twenty lessons. What a funeral guy discovered about life from def. It's an introspective heartwarming nonfiction story about love and loss and living our best lives from the perspective of a man who was constantly surrounded by duff. Chris underwrite his second recently published. Novel called the would a raw and powerful portrait of the inner workings of the film making industry and in addition to his two successful novels. Chris's also tech exec. Most recently having built fun and moving dot com world's largest exercise platform for lively adults over sixty five in my conversation with chris. We discuss his early years growing up in new york his less than traditional career path. His debut film the experience. He had building a life in los angeles. How he knew he was ready to make a change. What he learned from running funeral homes how this pivot include him back to writing and what it like to release his first novel and of course.

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"chris my" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"Today at his farm outside of nashville His family has grown quite a bit since then he and his wife morgan a talented singer in her own right in the band with chris plays the tambourine. You'll hear from her in our conversation in just a little while they now have five children and they've been locked down in quarantine so he and i got together to talk again to catch up about his new album starting over to talk about what he's been doing in quarantine about having to end his tour after one show back in march when the world kind of shutdown and we should point out as. We're talking each and are you know this zoom universe. You're all living in it too. i'm home. He's at a location in nashville. He's stuff going on in the background. That day i was cleaning the leaves out of my gutters in preparation for big rainstorm. I'd come in to talk to. Chris in one of the guys who was helping me didn't realize we're inside talking to chris. So he's up stomping around on the roof slamming ladders against the side of the house. So you'll hear. Chris and i stop every once in a while and maybe refer to the men on the roof as i had to get up and walk out on her interview. You don't hear that very often the guy doing the interview walking out so please enjoy conversation with just one of the best and most talented guys in all of music the great chris stapleton right now on the sunday. Sit down podcast chris. It's good to see a man. Thanks for doing this man. Thank you thank you for taking the time. We look behind the scenes our viewers and listeners. United have been talking for a while and we were talking about what it was like going back to march when all this started. I asked you if you your tour ever started because that's right around when it was set to get going and you said you played one show. We didn't came off stage. And then that was it since then march eleventh it was. Yeah we we know things. Rumblings of i dunno. Maybe we should shut things down before we play the show that night and i was like well. We're here playing the show and then you know kind of have a little meeting after an see what. We can assassin. But the time that i got off stage The nba completely pull the plug on things and kind of fl on shut down which was pretty jarring to hear. I never heard anything like that before. This is a serious thing that we need to evaluate. We shut it down that night and said we taxes. I think are on our wages taxes. You know we had a big show in arlington with willie nelson. I think we're looking forward to doing a lot things this year. That didn't happen so but you know we. We did take our tour t shirt and we turned it into the ones that we recently had turned into masks. We've found company that made mass out of them but then We made a new tour show. Sure i don't know if it's out yet or not but It's the one show on the back that we played and just me with abandoned over superimposed on my face and so you can buy that and then it goes to You know Music charities. That's awesome. That's a collector's item. Yeah i mean that was the night. President trump makes the oval office address. Nba shuts down..

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"chris my" Discussed on Behind Your Motive

Behind Your Motive

05:57 min | 4 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on Behind Your Motive

"Get what? I'm saying like g things that again Tina Hope. How people fake on their weaknesses improve on the weaknesses nine. Fake on your natural gifts on your strikes on your strengths. Exactly. That's what I refer to a strength as a natural gift. One of my natural gifts by the way when I was doing his whole purpose, I'm Chris my pips. I had no idea. The communication was my natural gift. No idea. That's that's what I do. Now, I'm constantly communicating ideas and thoughts and concepts with rebate online with my clients on this is this is what generates me money is my my communication. And isn't that sad for however many years I had no idea that that was my natural gift. But that's also because I wasn't shooting in. Nash. People would always say to me, T- me out to kill it yourself. So well, team you explain you so well. You've really inspired me. I was just taking it for granted like Oh like will yeah like of course, of course I explained that while because I I understand is like and I'm not gonNA explain it to you but I didn't see it as a as a superpower. Didn't see it as a gift. I didn't see it as a strength I'm like well, yes it's sort of like you I living. Australia. And taking for granted all of the resources that we have access to in comparison to someone that doesn't leave in this country. It's so normal to us, and because we live with ourselves our natural gifts. Are Insane to us. It doesn't have much value 'twas, but it has a lot more value to the people that see it because they're receiving it but when you all doing it naturally. It doesn't have much value. So that's a really really good starting point, and if you're an howdy show Wendy. You Twenty. Okay. Let me just say something I. Wish I was twenty in two thousand and twenty. I know it's like the craziest chaotic are eighties kind of cool. You'll never you'll never have to calculate your age. Right. I love that I love that. But you know I think there's so much pressure on people. Your age are really really do. And and that's not just from social media and all of that like I feel like you guys put a lot of pressure on yourself to. Things don't have to escalate. Overnight things happen have to happen overnight and it's so easy for me to stay because it's easy for me to say because I'm not twenty but trust me I have the same I don't have that patients with myself to like I want this to happen quickly but the truth is nothing great is built overnight. It's just that everything looks like it's overnight and trust me ash I have met so many people that look like this successful and look like the habit all together. And it's not what you see on social media. Wow this is the sad truth. This is such a sad reality and we're all looking up to these people. And we comparing ourselves..

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"chris my" Discussed on Inside Supercars

Inside Supercars

06:12 min | 5 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on Inside Supercars

"And in the most recent pass. Yeah it's GonNa be quite quite interesting that of driven the. I. Think it's a wish circuit that we're going to be running on and the at the. actually driven that circuit layouts on manufacturer Gerard Dice. it's GONNA be interesting. It's it's got a pretty unique little little corner the twitter effectively be tune six and see going lifted and I. Think we're on right down there and it's it's a tricky little corner. So I was GONNA, be interesting to see See how that goes and and the other. The other aspect of that is that It's not used as often from what I understand. So encrypted will could be quite different on that part of is a little of soclean over the weekend The only thing for me Garner to bend the mice me little bit nervous is the fact that the. Big thing. We've been struggling with throughout the virus is is just getting the the mid Corner Tashin in the Front Bicycle Eli the front out of the car to give me that that mid KUNA. Tyson and its allies the understood that I. I've been suffering from his allies really exaggerated in the high speed corners and I'll to the class The bend is being out more often and flowing circuit. So I'm nervous at that's GONNA exaggerate the issue that we're being battling but finished cross can figure a few things out and and and proven in that area, and if so I think we'll be in insurer for good weekend. In your opinion is the band a good track to leading to bathurst because it is high speed, it's got a mix of well, it's mostly slow St, but it's got makes slow and fast corners. I think it's pretty challenging to him. To compete it'd be honest every it is. is so it's so different ripples theory tricks if this varies a lot the thing. I guess that that would be a comparible as. It's the It's probably slightly high rip circuit and and more and more flowing. So in terms of Intensive balance is probably a little bit compare comparable but Yeah that's that's it a I think it'd be hard to take anything directly out of the being that it would relate to the bestest a great deal. But you know the main thing is being in the CA- plenty of seats on and and Eleni feel like being out of the gaffer a few days up a baptist. Now I'm Chris My. People have got their co-drivers Soda, an announced a you in a position to tell us who's going to be driving the show is that still some weeks away or dies away from being online All I think To involve with that. But ultimately, I think we'll be dies away just with the nature of the situation with people particularly having a quarantine in different things before they got So not sure at this point but hopefully, and the coming days will will are not here. He's available this. Bain. it's GONNA be interesting. That's here. I. Think with on the situation obviously over the usual car has heaven necessarily. An 'cause even you know he's saying nine out that that will be I I on that that this for the events. Of the situation is GonNa be going to be an interesting London the differently going to be trying to date. Mold moulder nearby. So I think. There's draw as the car drive is that have the experience they nipping on before additionally Definitely, more of an attribute that she than to to go out there and had that had that experience draw to to throw them with limited. taught. Well. There's only two thousand six when your team own lost one Beth I will last one Beth saupiquet because earlier in the year he wanted. You to take note of sports. Jt But. I guess you can fought. With the team buses going to drive with. Sureau be pulling ranking and jumping in one of the three cards. YET NOT CECILIA HE'LL BE REPAIRING UP WITH This is rock. What's up? On say. Now, I understand that John has been fairly busy feeling a multitude of different rose within the pain but until pretty well. Yeah for sure Great thing with John. As Being. And the. He's rice himself. He's been involved with civic by Rice intercepts long on now he knows he knows the the. The sport inside out. So yeah he's he's a great to have and It's It's GONNA be. It's GONNA be interesting. We actually that this these focused on being a drive to. Attain manage your sis. GonNa be a bit of a different aspects about onshore flow than just fine. Now you have had. A number of different. Teams and team mates probably had well bright taken Gary Rogers medicine. You've had three Beth, but you've had five in Copa. Kind Scott David Wohl Richie stanway dia would gap Tanda all as team co drivers and teammates over the years. How have you found that getting that relationship with such different drivers.

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"chris my" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

01:43 min | 8 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

"Be great experiment. Let's see what happens. Let's. He was willing to fill out the DOPEY survey until then stay strong, dopey nation and fucking Tudor Chris. What's up Dave and Chris My name's Jake Twenty five years old from West Virginia. I just found dopey that he weeks ago and it's my favorite podcasts to time golfers. Hilarious. It's just got me through some really hard times. Though I'm not clean myself. You know it gives me a lot of hope for the future. I really like Dave Song and Deal low cover of it here. I'm a Banjo. Mine, too much I wrote a third verse myself. Sorry about the poor quality. It's just on the phone. The sorry about the Banjos hard to keep intended. War. On. Good. Gets. My Papa said bag is. Now Labor. aloen money so. Be So. Bad. One. Also? Bad. Ever had. Long. Of in sky. Plane just passing by..

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"chris my" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

08:50 min | 10 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"We continue and take calls from Brian and Mary and others want to check in quickly with our executive producer Chris my hill who lost a friend over the weekend pastor deren Patrick died I think he was with the Suncoast church in one of the Carolinas his most recent assignment but he was the founder of the journey church here in Saint Louis and had a remarkable following and notice of his death is in papers around the country I didn't know that he was so well known Christianity today had a very big piece on him and he must have been a very well known just even outside of St Louis Chris I knew him yes absolutely he too he was one of the coaches on my youngest son's baseball team so that season when he played baseball with his son drew I got to know him he's really a very thoughtful interesting guy but it's it's just a terrible terrible terrible US treasury really awesome no doubt and I know many people in our listening audience had connections with him BT he took a very small congregation I think he started yet with thirty people and grew it to four thousand it's it's very impressive and he did work with the acts twenty nine network which has notable names like Tim Keller who wrote the book the reason for god John Piper amend Slee popular Christian writers and pastors it's way too young forty nine years old yes hello brother leaves behind his wife Amy and four children and his one son is very good friends with my son boy well thoughts and prayers of course with all the Patrick's we're gonna get back some of these phone calls here the big question is should you wear a mask or will you wear a mask or will you not good morning Brian you're on KMOX what are you doing good thank you how are you your call Hey I'm doing fine yeah I know where I'm I'm not gonna wear a mask Hey I think it's a personal preference it is just you know to make somebody feel safer that's fine but I don't really feel like you need to be pressured to do something that I don't feel that it's necessary there I mean that's pretty much it as far as the mayor senior saying as is our I'm consistently folks to the CDC website so I get the current numbers from the CDC website nearly issue I have with people have been you know with these problems is state standards to date a total minor adapts flying by CDC is forty seven thousand not even close to eighty and then all of a sudden the flu is over eighty two thousand for the year and these are from the CDC sorry and then they say that one point two six million people have the case but they only show six hundred eighty two thousand test completed so I the numbers are skewed they're using it for their own benefit yeah well as of them because you know this is really curious to me why are we saying that it's close to eighty thousand if the CDC saying only what how major say died already a little over forty seven thousand as of this morning okay so estimating distance service it is fear mongering because it wouldn't even on bill Cunningham last night he said New York and insuring ages of eighteen to forty five not a single person has had its nor died in the overall death rates for United States is one chance of one percent nope you're saying you're going to York city not one person between the ages of eighteen and forty five has died have died right and they said it's a it's a point warns rate for anyone between eighteen and forty five it is this is this a complete well thank you in in Saint Charles county for example according to the county website there are one person under fifty has died in St Louis county none under forty that St Louis county none under forty three under fifty the St Saint Louis city is less specific they've had eighty five deaths in between zero and ten under fifty so there's no doubt I mean I I'd like to see the sick St Louis city be little more accurate because they say under five under for various ages so you don't really know how many but it's very few and okay where is the disconnect here who's giving us the eighty thousand so I'm at CD E. C. dot gov slash corona virus aha and they have the total death count at seventy eight thousand seven hundred and seventy one so the callers wrong I don't know what page he Brian looking are you still there to give it up I'm here I can still use these on the website right now now there's a running total it goes to her state and then it goes worldwide it is no no no and baby was on it right now and I thought I saw on the site no no it ain't even broken it down to where they have over nineteen deaths of forty seven thousand one ninety four total deaths United States over seven hundred and eighty thousand ammonia thank you email me the link to sorry to Ryan email me the link I'm at C. W. Brennan B. R. E. N. N. A. N. at camel X. dot com because I got to see what you're seeing and actually I'll send it you Amy yeah and we'll go from there because how could we be seeing eighty thousand or close to a thousand you're seeing forty seven thousand that makes no sense and then look at it if you want one person either way give it shows people that they say died with both the flu and told her to show people that died with all three no Monia the flute and folder which deck numbers over a hundred and two thousand according to them but then they get on the news and tell you that you can't pass away from all three it a bigger battles here haven't heard that okay take thanks a lot for the phone call I think Mary is next time merry hi yeah luckily I had enough math from last year we had construction projects and but our our supplies hello and it is very difficult especially you know the people that can't order something online but even there there's a shortage now I just heard a commercial on Camelot about SPL mask somebody's making sense yeah but you know this underserved communities who are supposed to be the higher at risk all these people for for your math although the shorter every time I call a store they don't have one they don't know it was very special in my neighborhood hardware stores as we can't get in here and you know then things are tighter straight off the shelf for months I mean I'm sorry your last week what mascot Minard last week okay well I'm these under served communities are supposed to have the highest rate how are these people supposed to get the sentence you know if you're gonna get out food maybe this is something that could be given out to well that's what's going on former governor Greitens was doing give out free masks where are you mad we're not sure but is his sleeves of the young but we we we brought this up last week I said who's got masks and I nearly got three phone calls from people who said they had mascot I shared that long thanks to a James o'sullivan who was working the phones that day okay we'll take more phone calls if you're on hold right here on a take a look at Brian's email if he sends it to C. W. Brennan became works dot com meanwhile Amy has some important news to share I do and you have heard me talk about S. TL fence works if you need a fence or a deck or a sun room well did you know that St Louis offense R. S. T. L. skews me fence works has been serving the Saint Louis area for almost fifty years and the S. TL is named after the owner Sean Timothy long so he puts his name on the company because he doesn't want to stand behind some anonymous moniker he wants you to know that your satisfaction is the passion of his company and did you also know that as steel fence works their decks are built more solidly than your home and how often can you say that their deck construction standards meet and exceed building code and.

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"chris my" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

10:29 min | 10 months ago

"chris my" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"Don't actually touch thing and you can pick out whatever you want. It's expensive as much as you want. And there's one person who's got gloves on and they're the only ones using those those tongs kids love. My wife has a has a little T shirt that says Kay and W cafeteria she loves Cafeterias Kids Love Cafeterias so then you could get that all you can eat stuff but you don't have to have the same. Utensil that everybody else uses when you think about the end of the buffet. I want you to think about all of the ways that that is problematic. Let's start with wedding receptions. Let's go with cruise ships. I mean you're thinking everybody's thinking restaurants right but think about all of the The Times in life where it's all about a buffet that buffet as the only thing that makes sense right with. And we're thinking of buffets as being sort of middle or lower priced but Mary and I went to this Brazilian restaurant about a year ago. You know where they come along and they shave off pieces of lamour steak or whatever it is that that is an expensive was an expensive restaurant very good but very expensive but then they had the buffet and you could go over there and get desserts and salads and salmon and all sorts of stuff so that expensive restaurant probably would have to change a chicken. Salad Bar is one of my favorite things and those are GonNa be gone. I've read that when all of this kind of ends. You won't go into a fast food restaurant anymore and grover and dispense your own ketchup or barbecue sauce. You now they don't all do it but some like Wendy's comes to mind you get those little paper cups and you put as much sauce or whatever as one into that's all going to be gone because serge serve it yourself coke machines. I don't know about those. I did read that. You know how McDonald's has those self serve kiosks now remember. That took that fancy. Mcdonald's Bob is a treat yeah completely redecorated and they had to self serve kiosk. It's starting to look like from what I read. That the ones that are in existence or will stay but you won't see no one's pop up because they have to be disinfected so frequently. Oh I see what you mean because you you have to touch the screen you have to talk. Yeah and you'd almost have to have an employee standing there between the customers and hosing it down. And that's not gonNA that's not gonNA fly. Yeah that's a very good point. All right luck coming your way. Yeah including a straight ahead. Our friend cooking Chris who is teaching elementary school kids from home. He's got a brand new quarantine song for you. It is Bob and Sheri Lamar's review sent right to your phone text. Eight eight eight Bob Sherrington. We are so glad to welcome back to the show. Our old dear. Flynn cooking Chris. Who is a schoolteacher? And he is teaching from home distance. Learning like all the teachers are. But it's kind of a twist for Chris because of the subject that he teaches. How you doing buddy how you hold up in quarantine. Well it saw you know don doing good. Can you hear me? Yeah this is the same sort of thing I mean the same problems. You guys are running into. We run into as well so You know since I teach art. I'M NOT GONNA. I can't really do that through zone because I teach nine hundred something kids. You know so what I do is I mean I make videos I videos and upload them and simple links and so that's asks basically. I'm doing it so you create during the day the video. That's that's how you work and then just send it up yet. How do you grade them well in elementary depending on what district you're with is not required to to grade them because I mean you know? Why couldn't we have that with Algebra? God Yeah were you missed Bob. No Chris My. My older daughter is an art major. So I I have an idea about how difficult it is to be an art class That that you're not in the classroom with the teacher because so much of that. Teaching involves able to look at what the student is working on and adjust the way. They're holding the charcoal. Or whatever are you trying to make fun creative video cities little kids actually watch them will. Yeah so that the pain is This is something that The music work with discovered a while back a Chica teach the same lesson to a live class and have a hard time keeping their attention but if she filmed herself and then show them a video of her teaching that exact same lesson. They would be glued to the screen. Wow Do you think that's just because we're also screen addicted? And that little kids will watch toilet commercial. If there's nothing else available is so I I think it is. I mean this is the way they're growing up. They're going out looking at a screen. So they're they're wired differently so you know so. Are you finding that being in this situation like? Maybe they're learning a little bit more better. Well you know what I have had to do is because I mean just like you guys I mean. I didn't know that my last normal day of work is going to be my last normal day of work. I mean it's not like they prepare for it. Take these materials home and all this so I had to create videos that I thought okay will not. Every kid is gonNA have a watercolor set in the. You know the Nice supplies so most of my lessons are pencil paper. You got a pencil and paper this way you can. Do you know. That's a good idea. Chris I just you just touched on something that I've been thinking a lot about We did not give teachers any advance. Warning that they were going to have to shift to a completely new way of being teachers and it took. I watched my kids teachers. It took those teachers about a day and a half to figure it out and has been absolutely smooth sailing at least from what I can see ever since. I don't think teachers have gotten enough of a round of applause for with no resources. No preparation no training. No nothing taking the entire American public school system and flipping it into a virtual space. How about a round of applause time so so Chris Lemme ask you. Would you prefer as an art teacher to continue doing it? This way Creating a video a day and then presenting it or would you rather be in the classroom again. Well I guess the answer to that would actually be both because if I could create a video. And and then they're watching the video then. I could monitor the progress as I'm walking around the you know the only thing is I mean when I make a video and I made one video where I'm talking directly to the camera and I realized that took longer than me filming myself doing the lesson big because I think about four or five takes the first the first. Hey I'm like or you a and then and then the second day I was like a happy Charles Manson. So and you know so. It's like so I had to find like you know I never thought about what do I look like Charles? Manson is probably not what you want to send out into the world. Yeah yeah I I ever get to that but I finally got it and of course. I made a video using anti toilet paper rolls and I've called them virus eaters so they make these little totems. Looks like I guess Easter Island at thing and they make these weird scary looking faces on the toilet paper goal and I think it went over really well because we got a lot of kids posting the pictures on the websites. That's fantastic well. You're such a talented person in so many different ways. You're a teacher. You're an artist. And you're also a musician Sherry and Chris has written a little quarantine medley forest We're GONNA break and come back with that cooking Chris. Art Teacher Musician Renaissance Man and his quarantine medley straight ahead. It's bobby sign up for the newsletter and get exclusive updates pictures and much more from our four bunker locations Bob and Jerry and we are back with our friend. Kuchen Chris who is an art teacher for elementary school kids teaching long distance via video and I thought it was so interesting that you discovered as a result of this what you look like on video I think there are thousands and tens of thousands of people who are working on like videoconferencing. Now who are going. I can't believe that's what I look and sound like why. Why hasn't anyone put me down? Those people not used to being on camera. I'm used to being on camera and yet I got a little light kit for our Friday night Get togethers that we do with Bob and Sheri Dot Com little cocktail parties and I lit up the room. That I'm talking to you from right now. There are three lights my wife Mary Washington. She said this looks like an obgyn examination room. There's so much So you're right all right so we've got a you got a song for us. Yes is a little medically here for your warranties. Cool Kin Kris K. The mom remind.

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"chris my" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"chris my" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Number one climate change number two bad coffee. Because I'm a traveling musician. Routine is precious to me. That the The coffee is a harbinger of the quality of day. That I am to have number three something happening to Kyle Clare. Or my immediate family area Number four sitting down on a plane flight home and listen to the show going Oud. You know what you were outside of what you really are good at the like. Maybe maybe maybe that's in someone else's wheel ass try and make sure that the content that I'm directly responsible for comes from you know a specific skill set that. I'm that I'm confident. In like for instance. I'm not terribly funny. I'm I'm I'm like medium medium funny if that medium minus funny but I think it's important that there be funny on our show and and I think it's important that that funny come from someone is not number five premature physical deterioration as it pertains to playing and singing. I I think the only thing that would prevent me from making music but it would just be in an actual coma and so then the nice thing about that is that. I don't think I'd be worried about much number. Six bad food number seven. There is a fear of missing out on my little boy's life as a result of my profession. A lot of my fears stem from things that are beyond my control and ultimately I feel like that is in my control if that happens. It's my own damn fault number eight sitting next to people who want to talk on airplanes number nine mispronouncing things on live from here. What I hate that feeling and so there's always there's always a moment like I don't know maybe five seconds before the red light actually comes on and this little clock is ticking. Down to zero this little chime that that signifies of where we are now in the presence of many many many sets of years that I can't see there's this moment of panic right there and then the red light comes on you feel all these people in the room and it and it all vanishes and then you just sort of floating in mid air. And then it's done number ten improperly stored sweet vermouth. Some people may be like straighten other people's pictures. I just sort of sneak over. Moved back into their refrigerators for them. It's wine so it needs to be refrigerated or else at routes name. Is Chris Daly Amis or ten things that scare me Chris is a traveling musician and the host of live from here from Minnesota public radio. He told us his son. Cao is named after Calvin from the comic Strip Calvin and hops. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel game at Odilia Ruben. Sarah Sampack Emily Boutin and Polish Shuman music and sound designed by Isaac. Jones scares me any day. Now I'm GonNa find out that there's like a fifty year old version of being picked last for the kickball team. What are you scared of? Tell us at ten things. Podcasts dot org but maybe you would like mixed drinks if if people were you know almost every Martini or Manhattan or new grown or like all these classics that require Vermouth has been made with rotten from. It's a terrible.

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"chris my" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"chris my" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"Number one ghost. I always forget. I'm six one two hundred and thirty pounds like from deep in Brooklyn New York and things. That really shouldn't scare me. I'm just really terrified up so like my daughter three year old daughter. She asked me that day. She was like are monsters and ghosts probably. I don't believe I've ever had an interaction with the ghost but I do feel there have been those. That have tried to mess with me. But I've Catholic tattoos tattooed over my body so the goats can't get him because my Catholic Tattoos. Keep them away to uncooked meat. Three Gerd Gastro esophageal reflux disease. So I have it. And it's like painful acid reflux and the problem for me is with it when. I take the medication that Helps Combat Bird. I have a side effect. I'm the only person in the world that has the side effect but I can't sneeze and I have to pick my poison every day so I don't know if you guys can tell them a little congested and that's because I took my gird education so I'm sorry but I just didn't want to have heartburn. Now unfortunately you just going to get Chrissy congestions number four LS amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Also known as Lou GEHRIG's disease so I used to be physical therapist so I worked with a lot of patients who had different neuromuscular conditions. And it's just one of those diseases that you can't stop it but you know it is named after Lou Gehrig Big Yankees Fan so I guess there's something that slight positive five locked in syndrome. This is another thing that I worked with when I was a physical therapist. What happens is you have a stroke. Usually that affects the brain stem. And then your entire body is paralyzed for the rest of your life except the ability to move your is. The Guy who are treated was funny about it I was like. How are you feeling today? Emails like my wife says this isn't bad now. She doesn't have to hear. My dumb voiced six skydiving. Here's how I'm living my life. Anything can happen at any moment. I'm aware I feel a strong obligation no to try to stay alive until my daughter is at least eighteen. But if I didn't even really want to do this. I just got pressured into doing it. Because you know my frigging dumb friend got groupon for a now. I'm debt seven mice. What a SICKO. My mom was she very religious woman with this woman ever but instead of like the the mouse traps that you know snap and break their neck with a piece of cheese she would get those glue traps and then I would just have to throw out crying dying mice onto on a glue trap in the garbage when my mom. It's still alive and she was like it's not gonna be for long and then I would just throw it out in the garbage and I would feel bad for the fricken mouse and I think that's why my mom probably made me throw away the dead animals because she just wanted me tough on me because I was the kind of kid that I would cry if I saw a butterfly because I would think how just days ago that was caterpillar. Now it's cocoon to do this. Beautiful Butterfly cry about it. Because I have I'm emotionally disturbed. Eight guns I remember one time. She told my father. She's like Tony. You GotTa Toughen Them Up my dad. Who's a criminal like in and out of jail? My whole life took me to like the woods in New Jersey which again was already terrifying for me and said you know we're going to do some hunting. My Dad wasn't hunter but he was a criminal and he took out a handgun from his glove box and set up a lawn chair and kind of briefly showed me how to use a gun. I'm just told me to pull the trigger. If I saw anything move on their forgets shooting the gun getting so nervous that I had a bout of psoriasis dousing a probably stepped at some Poison Ivy League not to psoriasis. That I've had been born that you are making come out because you're making me shoot handguns. When I should just be at splish splash a. She just had a waterpark. Like other twelve year. Old Kids are playing basketball on the park but instead I'm shooting at squirrels with an illegal handgun with the serial number filed. Nine I'm scared of being eaten alive by an animal. I just have a feeling it's going to happen. Which is bizarre like I just have legit dream for all the meat. Iv in I just feel like one day bears just going to come along or Hyena or a line and just be like well now. It's my turn at all and just eat me like I'm affiliate g stick number ten boys because I have a daughter now. My name is kristy now. These are tempings. That scare me..

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"chris my" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"chris my" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"In change really good crowd in attendance here inside alumni hall the money Thomas with it back past Nick McDonell step into a three that would partially deflected math not able to get a hand on it back on the stacks the last kiss with a top model Chris my looks to his left finds Camelot now to tally a feral so my donut Allen Jean rose back to camp Alaska's three fifty left first half I have a lot of cases pass knocked away stolen by the purple eagles the money Thomas back the other way left wing Justin Roberts nope pull it back out top coach Paul let's put both his hands out as if to say let's hold on a minute run a good play here three and a half minutes left James towns within fifteen to shoot towns goes around telephone poles up left elbow jumper that's good that's a difficult shot my jeans down I tell you what you might be looking at the six man of the year come on out to the Gallagher center for the next homestand starts next Thursday night at home against first place St Peters and then Saturday afternoon it'll be senior day tally of feral backdoor cut delays that in great play there by the stags James towns will be the lone senior for the purple eagles and who knows he may just be the sixth man of the year in this conference he has been great ten first half points he's got the ball again picked up by Cabela's gift two fifty left well today I.

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"chris my" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

16:25 min | 1 year ago

"chris my" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Chris. We're back in transparency connection. I mean these are two things that millennials value to a very high degree that frankly they really may not have they have been born twenty forty sixty years prior the earlier generations talk about these two words. Why are the important I think one of the biggest things and actually kind of my own personal platform is around? How do we bring more empathy and more connection into our lives whether it be with my daughters my wife my friends or within our corporations and that's essentially what actually instigated this book and I think one of the biggest missing pieces is real connection and for so many years we've been brought up with bureaucracy and layers and we've been told that for example you can you can't be friends with the people that are on your team that work beneath you and we gotta throw all that out the window and you know what I tell people on their first day that they need to do when they either oversee a new team or someone joins it? Is You follow them on social media and they're like what no way. I'M NOT GONNA follow my people. Isn't that creepy Mike Wolf. It seems creepy than you might WanNa work on that relationship because it shouldn't seem creepy and and the reason I use that as when you come in on a Monday and you can see the five different people on your team's activities whether it be a habitat build or the new puppy that someone might have adopted you can actually hit the ground round running and say Joseph Dude. Your puppy is the cutest thing I've ever seen. We've been to find him. You know without all that inbetween stuff and what that does that it creates a real connection and relationship the other piece of it is and I use my Kitson as my example who's in senior executive at the Home Depot. He opens up his one on ones with all of his people and he gives them one of two options. You can either talk about work stuff or life stuff off in eighty percent of the time they talk about life stuff in. Is that a bad investment of time absolutely not because R._O._Y.. Will follow once you have a real connection in place with your employees. So that's a connection side. The transparency side transparency is often misinterpreted by senior executives or entrepreneurs that they either have to disclose all of their financials and I know entrepreneurs out there that would not be the right approach so you don't have to do that or that. It means on the other side of the spectrum that they have to cry in front of their people in no you don't have to cry in front of your people instead what they mean by transparency is they just weren't context next so when you make a mistake and we all do as entrepreneurs when you make a mistake go ahead and use that as an example of what you did wrong and then how you guys are all going to learn from it. If you go after a big piece of business that you don't win. Tell tell them why it was that you didn't win. Tell them what their efforts how their efforts contributed them to actually taking you to the next level with that pitch that you might have lost and so with transparency all it means. Is that you as a leader. We need to be able to create this picture for your people as to why you're doing the things you're doing so you know. It's funny a lot of these things it's kind of common sense but it's now time to introduce them into our corporations and companies commonsense common sense isn't always common practice fire nation. These are the type of things few applaud your business. You're going to be on that cutting edge. You're going to be treating people the way they want to be treated. You'RE GONNA be incentivizing people at the way they want to be. Incentivize in. You'RE GONNA be running a business. That's exciting for every single person within now Chris one thing that you have is a seventy thirty rule and that grass is always greener complex kind of break those things down for fire nation how this Kinda applies to millennials those in that workplace environment. I think we can attest to this regardless of where we are in our generation but I know for me I call it the pinterest station of our generation where everything has to be this ridiculously perfect thing and I go back acted this example of I think it was my daughter's fourth birthday. We were exhausted we had we have a younger daughter. While my wife throws me her phone and was a pin for her birthday. The next morning a Saran wrap around her door with a hundred balloons that when she would open the door they would all cave in and I turned to my wife. I was like this is exhausting. The other example I uses on the first day of school. Everyone's got those perfect pictures of their child and says Abigail first grade her favorite food. Is You know cheddar cheese crackers and it's like it's just it's an absolutely exhausting life that we all are trying to exude to the world in so we have this idea that the grass this is always greener on the other side and the reality is that it's not in so we have got to especially with the millennials in younger millennials they spend their whole lives comparing their insights to other people's outsides and so we have to encourage them that guess what there is no perfect world out there so that's where my seventy thirty roll comes in and my seventy thirty role is that thirty percent of your job is GonNa suck. Seventy percents should fuel you up. If I were you up. Get you excited. Keep going to work but thirty percents just gonNA suck for me. Thirty percent anything within an excel document is in my thirty percent right like we all have those things that we don't necessarily have a passion for but that is the kind of harsh reality not only of our work but but life thirty percent of life is GonNa be hard and so you know I also keep in tact like this. What a <unk> kind of sitting in your car roll which is two days in a row your dreading coming into work and it's not associated to your own procrastination the nation or self-development meaning that you're pushing yourself out of your own comfort zone then we've gotta talk about that and people ask me like Chris? How do you exit people? How do you fire people? I usually have a conversation about the sit in your car roll and I say are you are you. You look look like you dread work. Are you reading coming into work and usually it's like yeah. I Hate I hate. I don't like my job anymore. My passions of evolve is like okay great. Let's talk about what does fire you up and I'll introduce you to people outside of these walls that will maybe that'd be open. Those things up to you so that's I think a big thing that we need to be introducing as leaders is just the idea that there is no perfect thing out there fire nation thirty percent of your job is going to suck. I mean let's be real. You're getting paid for a reason not because you just getting up doing everything you want all day every single day. No your pay because you're doing work. You're doing things that maybe other people don't WanNa do don't like doing in thirty. percent of your job is gonNA suck. The seventy percent should fill you up shit excite. You should fire you up and if it's flipped if seven percent of your job sucks only three percent fires you up then it's time to start having conversations with people above you and saying hey we got to switch on things around here otherwise you know there's going to be some issues and I love that the whole idea about how it's so easy to flip open instagram all these other apps and seeing that one second of everybody's perfect life you know that one picture with a baby smiling at their birthday party with cake in their mouth but then you know that our before the hour after just pure misery it'd be was just screaming crying and everybody's exhausted but even though one second you got up and then we look at that picture like Oh my God what a perfect life fire nation compare and despair you will always despair when you're comparing hearing yourself to anybody except yourself. Yesterday you can compare yourself to yesterday because if you are winning that battle that comparison you're winning it life but the reality is fire nation. The grass is not always greener that little glimpse. Of that quote unquote perfect manicured moment you're seeing is not amazing like you know I love. There's this one video remain that I saw like these beautiful bikini models like on a beach into Hiti in like it looks like life was perfect perfect but then like they cut to the before and the after they were just like Oh. My God is so Winnie the sands. I'm getting bitten by San Fleas like let's get Outta here like they were knows rable. Totally they did that. One smile on one click lose the example in the book and I also tell everyone on my team because I've been there. I called my river runs through moment where I was out in Idaho. I hired a fishing guide. I gave him six hundred bucks and I was like listen. I six hundred bucks on my phone and I was I. I don't care about catching any fish shout here. All I want is I want a shot of the fish in the net and then I want a video of me. A river runs through in it like Brad Pitt with the mountains in the background the river kind of flowing through and me just doing the back and forth with the Rod. That's all I care about. This guy turns me. He's like wait. You're GonNa pay me six hundred bucks for an Instagram Post. I was like no. It's like three hundred bucks each so let's go and I use it was a low moment for me you know and and I use that as an example to to to everyone on the team and I think that's also a little bit of like that transparency things. I've been there I get it. You know I've done it before. I'm not proud Chris. You believe rightfully so that purpose in passion will win but for fire donation for the listeners back up that belief yet so I think life needs to be a ruthless pursuit of passions and <hes> I think we often times in our world get distracted and I think any entrepreneur they can attest to what that tastes in feels like right. I mean you're essentially creating pass around your passions and so how do we better create that environment for for the people that are working for us that are joining our journeys and on the other side of that is that especially statistically if you look at this next generation and then as we look into Gen Z.. It's no longer a nice to have in terms of purpose. You've gotTA OUGHTA be bigger and representative of something that is making a difference in the world in some form or fashion and if you don't have that you're not going to be able to attract talent and so as you look look at as you develop your company's what is it that you represent that is bigger than just a bottom line or some sort of profit margin and so you know I go back to our own journey within my agency twenty money to squared we put a stake in the ground and we announced to everyone that our purpose was together. We give rise to change and with that we'd give everyone you know changing the world for the better and we'd give everyone five days off to donate whatever time they want to the nonprofit that our choice so proxy what we preach once again there's nothing worse than hypocrisy. If you're GONNA say that you're going to do something go ahead and actually follow through with that and I think that is as an example of creating environment around purpose and then actually following through on it the other side of the passion side. Is that oftentimes. I don't think people are passionate about their jobs as maybe we want them to be and and I talk about supporting everyone side-hustle if you don't have someone that is super passionate about what they're doing go ahead and give them twenty percent of their time back to create their own thing or to to to to do something that they're truly passionate about and you look at companies like Google companies like facebook some of the most innovative companies in the world have structured programs around just this but if you do not introduce purpose and passion to this next generation and you will not only lose out but you will not be able to recruit the most talented people or anyone to your company so I try to make that first and foremost for for for anyone starting a business or building one fire nation what the difference are you making in the world in the reality is kind of a harsh question because if you really look in the mirror and ask yourself that question you're gonNa come up empty and let's saying every single person hearing these words are gonNA come up empty but a lot of people are I mean I asked myself at this very very question. Eight years ago when I came up empty and then it really was at Ice Stein quote try not to become a person of success but rather person value that quotes had me flip my mindset and say I haven't been producing any value to this world. I've just been chasing this false sense of success like whatever that is. I don't even know what that is. I'm just chasing it born. I flipped it on his head and I said I'M GONNA give value to this world in an area that I'm passionate about that. I believe I have a purpose in and that's having great ray conversations with successful and inspiring entrepreneurs and sharing them with you.

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"chris my" Discussed on The Road Home To You

The Road Home To You

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"chris my" Discussed on The Road Home To You

"And then that's just kind of carried on because now both James and Jenny are. I mean between the two of them you've got a drummer a base player, a an electric guitar. You've got a rhythm guitar violin cello. You've got to talented singers. At least one song writer. I don't know. Am I missing anything keyboard? Yeah. Yeah. And then and then Chris my brother drums, and he can sing he doesn't seem very often. But he's got a really nice voice when he does. Yeah. And you saying and piano and flute, and those are the three things that you did growing up. But now you do other stuff too. 'cause you're really talented like that. And it's amazing. One track minded, I don't know. I just I constantly just amazed at at the talent that your family has musically. It just is. It's very cool that God just said, hey, I'm gonna just bless you guys with this, not only talent and gifting. But also just a joy for it. Like, you guys you guys when you guys make music, it's it's fun and happy and appreciate that makes me smile for us. It's been it's been a real gift because there's times as we all know times in life where things are not going great. And we don't really have a lot to say to each other. And yet you can still sit down and do that. Yeah. And so that's it's been kind of a lifeline along the way. Yeah. For sure. And today what what I wanted to focus on is. Because I know that that there are a lot of women in the world around us that suffer silently when it comes to to being a mom because they have for Tilleke issues, or they have miscarriages or whatever. And and I know. Both you and I have also struggled with our own issues at when it comes to that. And so I wanted I wanted us to sit down because your story is so powerful. And I think that it can bring hope and encouragement to the women that are listening or or the men that are listening to whose wives are going through for Tilleke and loss and just the struggle and heartbreak that can often bring. Yeah. And I don't know about you. But I remember for me. It was very like I had a couple of miscarriages. And and every time it was. It was very hard to grieve. Because I was I wasn't as far along in in either of my pregnancies as you were, and so there was kind of this attitude of like, oh, you're only like ten weeks or your twelve weeks or whatever. And you know, and you didn't get to see the baby. So, you know, like, why are you so heartbroken about it? Right. We'll because all I ever wanted to be was a wife in a month. Right. And then I had this this gift given to me and then ripped away from me. Right. And I can't even process that because I didn't even have a child to look at and hold right? So I think that a lot of moms suffer silently and being as how we're approaching mother's day, and it can be such a tremendously difficult time of year. I thought let's talk about it. Let's let's have an honest conversation about the the pain and suffering that comes with that. Sure. And then hopefully. We'll also be able to to leave men and women with a an ounce of hope. Yeah. In in God's plan. Well, I think one of the things that that I would like to share not only offering hope for the women that are experiencing this. But maybe some insight for friends and family acquaintances people in your life. That are watching you go through this. Maybe maybe how to come alongside some is going through that. Yeah. So yeah, that's that's a good one because because you can't fix the pain. But you can you can walk beside somebody through it. And there are right ways and wrong to do that. And I think sometimes even the best intentions come out feeling really wrong. And I've got great. I went through great examples of both of those scenario. Yeah. For sure. So so go ahead. Can you kind of jump in share? Your story like when how how far into your marriage were you when you first were pregnant..

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"chris my" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"chris my" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Gave not, you Chris My keep hearing. About a crash that's coming my 401K has about fifty thousand in it and I'm saving around ten k. per year should I get out of the, market now. Before it happens I'll leash I get this question, at least once a day whether it's the grocery, store or in the restroom You know guys talking about I I, got that the other evening, as a matter of fact when I was performing over and, seaport village, and you know this guy I was wearing a purple shirt and he. Was wearing a purple shirt so we bonded instantly and he's asking me about blockchain and he's asked about. All kinds of different stocks I never even. Heard, of, and, I'm gone yeah yeah. Yeah, that's really, hold right Matt I mean companies that were so small. You'd, never, even, put them in your. Portfolio I don't know when the crashes coming I, know one is because, they happen and they happen with. A certain degree of frequency maybe once a decade but it's been. Almost a decade so I don't. Know if we're running out of, time or not, the stock market is richly valued there's, absolutely no question about. That but you, know it can. Remain richly valued for many many years to come here's the deal you're twenty eight you should hope the market crashes and all of those stocks that you own a mutual fund Joan in your 401K go down precipitously because that ten thousand bucks you're putting in each year. Is going to compound and, by you so many more. Shares at the lower prices so if, it were me I wouldn't be worrying about The crash that's coming up I would be worrying about how to manage your emotions, when the crash does come That's what I think I think. It's okay for you to be very aggressive here with an aggressive but diversified portfolio so don't. Let the pundits that are predicting a market crash scare you into moving your money They a could be..

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"chris my" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"chris my" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Seminar dot com okay so more on the rick whom rocky return his name is walk it's thomas anyway so the so petting zoo rentz out there animals and stuff they thought was the standard commercial shoot they're now pegulas an adult video but up really wasn't a lady first serve controversial was naked with the racked whom but they weren't to one on toward things or something but they're suing saying the thomas that the reckoning came back with strong always slept in the corner snapped it people we think to perform several takes the film crew lord him out and yes actresses chest with traits now i think he can always expected treat their woman's chest that that is problematic they said it was now i'm the right video she was just a regular added feature naked woman and wreck cone just a regular season and it was all about and owns has so much one of play my reckoned sound effect with executive bruce it wristband me they're not pleased to the older video here's the funniest a okay so let the petting zoo is so when they're commercial place the commercial place is is is do like a dahl trump their attacking the petting zoo their their they say well whatnot poise with the recall own but thomas the records performance we're going so grab the episode ran under the bad originally asked for traina animal because records are generally on manageable but we were given this he was young and costly ran away after several takes he stole the on the word inchoate it this sound doesn't this sound like a seriously doesn't this sound like a cave projection and that but but first russian that he probably would eight to the defend than what they hillary you think you know what do you do or the woman as naked that rex who down the bet from with the people right my guy at okay enough to that let's go to another huge source of consternation tonight on the chris crop show among the staff and i off the air from which is means executive reserve chris my arguing.

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