17 Burst results for "Chris Okay"

"chris okay" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

04:43 min | 2 d ago

"chris okay" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Say This is what needs to happen This is the most important guess the quote ever I'm the Stephanie Miller show Don't screw this up Chris Okay All right Who said the house GOP leadership has enabled white nationalism white supremacy and anti semitism History has taught us that what begins with words ends in far worse GOP leaders must renounce and reject these views and those who hold them Betty rubble Liz Cheney Oh What has happened What has this happened when Liz Cheney is becoming a lion of the left Is it even left or right anymore This is what we can't be afraid is to call out the actual culprits Yeah This is geo This is Fox News At what point are we passed fire in a crowded theater I mean they already have the deaths of how many COVID deniers on their hands right And now this is how much more exactly can you echo what Turk Tucker Carlson says every night right This white replacement theory What their congresswoman Elise Stefanik says Yes Who knows better Who went to Harvard All these phony liberal elite ivy leaguers pretending to be mega populous to get votes right She used to be considered moderate I'm sorry I hate her right now Oh my God He's the definition of evil She's everything that's wrong with her She just tweeted this baby formula How evil do you have to be Yeah To suggest this is the pro life party suggesting starving infants Which is illegal Even calls us pedo grifters for pointing that out Right Yeah you're a pedophile if you point out that that's just insanely cruel and illegal Okay Anyway I know this one You know when you say hit close to home like this literally hit home This is my hometown And I don't okay Rosanna Arquette our friend said the only replacement theory I know of is to replace every single Republican with people who believe in democracy vote blue all the way I mean I don't know what to say anymore This party has become a party of white supremacist terrorists whether they're defending the January 6th terrorists whether they're inciting this kind of thing he echoed all of this exactly I mean somebody made a good point yesterday that this kid was 15 when he heard the president of the United States say there's fine people on both sides of Charlottesville The people screaming Jews will not replace us So that's what this kid heard I mean I'm sorry Once again this country was not this broken before Donald Trump He made all of this okay We had all this worse Yes Yes Yes exactly I'm not saying obviously we didn't have racism but this is just I think I remember beto o'rourke I hope he becomes governor was one of the people speaking out most clearly back with El Paso saying this is Trump's rhetoric This is the president of the United States rhetoric about immigration You know was the deadly So now we have the deadliest massacre against Latino people in American history The deadliest against Jews the deadliest against black people in our history Just now in this dash on Twitter said shooting in Buffalo is the result of Fox News and the GOP praising Kyle rittenhouse as a hero for shooting two innocent people to death and facing no legal consequences It's the result of rittenhouse getting to meet the president at Mar-a-Lago to celebrate his acquittal Yes Fox News made him a hear He went across lines to hunt black people So that you don't think this kid saw that kid being celebrated and made a hero by Fox News I would argue though that in 18 year old it's probably not even getting his news from Fox News He's getting it on the Internet He's working it He's getting it from other sources But when he goes into the living room or goes into the kitchen to get milk out of the refrigerator his mom and dad are watching Fox News and they're seeing Tucker Carlson He's like oh that's he's confirming on the news what I'm hearing I don't know 60 bucks on his dad's power drill Yeah You know of course had high capacity magazines that were illegal but had been given a mental health evaluation because he threatened to do it too And legally He bought this And here we go again with good guy with a gun How many good guys with guns are dead now Like this hero security guard Because they're outgunned And they're not wearing body armor and they don't have the element of surprise and they don't have a military assault weapon I mean so this poor guy in Buffalo tried and you know he's dead now So what happens every time one of these stupid good guy with a gun scenario blows up You don't hear anything about PEEP from the right wing right And of course what's the.

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"chris okay" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

02:42 min | 7 months ago

"chris okay" Discussed on Christ United Methodist Church - Plano, TX

"And it was so off putting i then once you once you get to know them one on one conversation with them you realize he's really quite gifted and obviously minute impression on me because i still talk about it. You know thirteen years later right. If i would listen to him he'd probably would have made me cry. I don't know if he was like direct for you or like. I don't know i guess being in the navy actress. Assume like you're like okay. I can handle anything but to no listen. Nobody's ever said anything to make me cry before. This is making me mad. Challenge accepted to write that one down. All right my goal. twenty. Twenty to make chris okay. Gold disappointed you weren't achievable goal. Stretch goals but achievable goals. Okay anyway money money so you preach on a very difficult tax hardware for sure. So we're still mark guests own mark. Do we wrapping up. The storage appears. I don't know said that. I got distracted by the debut. Talk so so. Sunday was celebration sunday. Which in christ united methodist tradition is the sunday whereby walks forward and gives pledge card for the coming year of ministry long-standing tradition here l. After to do it this way and so sometimes like the time of celebration. Sunday is always a little interesting. You preach your stewardship sermon. Like you preach your best stewardship sermon. Before a week before salvation so people can like noodle on it and pray about it and bring it back next week noodle or hurt. My feelings cry. You don't know or do you like really needs to be the combination so our practice that we've had for the past couple of years is to do a three series. So you're you're talking about stewardship the whole time. And then this the culmination of that and the last thing they were preaching martin probably for three years mark. Adami bible that about three cast. Replace your bible every three years. Okay so you preached on the rich man. Yeah and so if you were to ask not you'd have to probably be a church. Goer at least know the story a little bit. It's not ask famous. But when i talk about what do you think is people's impression of this rich man perv. Store your new. How how.

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"chris okay" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:06 min | 8 months ago

"chris okay" Discussed on The Big Picture

"I think he's a guy who personally i prefer when james one has some restrictor plates on his car where it's like conjuring and like bumping up against good taste in that movie whereas i think saw and this one where it's just like super gross out in a lot of cases i was just kinda like it's not. It's not really like doing it for me. But i also felt like this movie was heavily influenced by early fincher. It felt very like the seattle setting in the rainy. Kind of anonymous city was was very reminded me a lot of seven so you know even immune in some ways of alien three. Let's talk about the empty man. Really quick chris Okay you have a personal relationship with the empty men right over there. He's he's he. I believe he contributed to the journal that you craft in ireland all those years back I feel like the mt man. Even though is technically releasing twenty twenty is still one of my two or three favorite twenty twenty one movies. Did you watch it against their will join hbo. Max i watch it again. 'cause i saw naming tweeting about somewhat recently so i was like i wanna go see like the two or three seasons. I mean i still adore that movie. It's a strangely an epic film. It's almost three hours long. I think has greatly performance by james badge. Dale and it's just a really really interesting movie that i think draws on a lot of Pretty contemporary anxieties. It's been kind of an awkward year for horror. I would say you. I talked about the candyman. Sort of sequel reboot a couple of weeks ago. I was not wild about fear. Street seems to have been a big hit for netflix. It was the reception was somewhat middling critically on their on it. Then you are. Yeah i love the first one. I think it kind of i think they. Each film was worse than the than the previous in the series But i don't know what to expect. I mean you and every tober. We do a horror episode. I wanted to a big horror episode at some point this year on the show. I kinda wanna talk about franchises. Because of the halloween movie and kind of. What are the great horror.

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"chris okay" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

4 Things with Amy Brown

02:18 min | 9 months ago

"chris okay" Discussed on 4 Things with Amy Brown

"I've ever i've ever done been apart of in you know in my two oldest were in high school. They went to a high school on the east coast. That famous dads being on tv wasn't a big deal. Captains of industry wall street sports but when south park did chris hansen to catch a predator. Visit only those. Yeah you're like. I've i've made it. I've seen south park. I just yes encourage. Some people may be didn't watch to catch a predator or depending on what age they are maybe going back and listening to the podcast or people. Don't watch things but going back and revisiting it will very much make it real that that predators are out there and we do need to make sure that we're protecting our kids and if you're a parent it's our responsibility to have these conversations so i'm thankful to have sat down with you today chris to remind us of that and give us any wisdom that you have on it given that youth dedicated so much of your life to this. The work that you do is so important. And i am thankful for it quickly before we wrap if you wouldn't mind sharing with us four things that you're thankful for. I typically have guests share some some things that they love having their lives like on a daily basis bigger small. Well i you know. It's a great question. So i think in my head to name four things in a i think a lot of things but i- thankful for you know my family friends loved ones one in in what i'm able to contribute to those relationships that i'm said Focused and that All these projects are financed. So it's a. It's a bit of an over liberation with stern. I think it focused in town visit answered. Three at vanderbilt is the fourth so and most important awesome. Okay let that will thank you so much for taking the time and all the the content that you put out there for for us that that really is making a difference a tune. There's more toco okay awesome. Well thank you. Chris okay so to be effective a probiotic must reach your got alive but the majority of brands even the special refrigerated ones. They die in your heart stomach acid. So that's why..

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"chris okay" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

04:57 min | 9 months ago

"chris okay" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"Cool thanks for coming so yeah. Of course. That was amazing. We were really lucky to be able to see you before the world went crazy so happy to see you. Tell you one of my One of the reasons. I'm on an upswing is that they're starting to schedule more shows for me again in the fall. Yeah more live tapings more stand going. Oh it's that feels like Like i get to use this muscle again. It's kind of been like tied down. It's like if they tied one of my arms down to my body for a year. Sus thing i do that. I don't get to do anyway. We all have our version of what's what's up. What are we. Oh well chris okay. Well i wanted to. i guess. Talk to you about how. I decided about a month and a half ago that i was just gonna leave my corporate job. I've been working at a corporate job since i was Since i was probably about nineteen or twenty years old And i i've just been doing it on my own. Since then and i decided a month and a half ago that i was gonna quit because it was a toxic environment and i just was having a really hard time. I've been working from home as we all have you know since The world went to shit and I know i for about six months. I was really telling myself like i am just. I'm burned talent. I can't do this anymore. I was just working in I was working for like a fortune. Five hundred company In purchasing handling lots. And lots of money. I was making really decent money and I was really really unhappy. i have been following. You know your podcast for a long time And read your book lose well When it came out and it was really sort of enlightening and I've been really thinking about for a couple of years. It's like man. I have religious. Been living for other people for the longest time. Like i have just been living for somebody else's dream for so many years because it feels like i have just been struggling to survive for since i was nineteen years old. I've been basically on my own since i was nineteen. And it's it's just crazy. So i put in my two weeks notice And i talked to the hr representative there and told her all about how. I was feeling Really express my feelings about how i was feeling Kind of singled out as a young woman in the workplace and that nobody would listen to me. There's definitely like a huge huge problem going on in the corporate world. Still at least where. I was that you know. It's a lot like the good old boys club. Just feeling really. Nobody wanted to listen to me. And i just i threw my hands up and i told my husband i said i. You have to give me permission to quit like you have to. You have to tell me that. It's okay to quit. Because i will work until like i can no longer be a person anymore so i don't know I quit And i didn't have any other plans. i've been streaming on twitch for about a year Since kobe started it was kind of something that i.

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"chris okay" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

04:57 min | 9 months ago

"chris okay" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

"Cool thanks for coming so yeah. Of course. That was amazing. We were really lucky to be able to see you before the world went crazy so happy to see you. Tell you one of my One of the reasons. I'm on an upswing is that they're starting to schedule more shows for me again in the fall. Yeah more live tapings more stand going. Oh it's that feels like Like i get to use this muscle again. It's kind of been like tied down. It's like if they tied one of my arms down to my body for a year. Sus thing i do that. I don't get to do anyway. We all have our version of what's what's up. What are we. Oh well chris okay. Well i wanted to. i guess. Talk to you about how. I decided about a month and a half ago that i was just gonna leave my corporate job. I've been working at a corporate job since i was Since i was probably about nineteen or twenty years old And i i've just been doing it on my own. Since then and i decided a month and a half ago that i was gonna quit because it was a toxic environment and i just was having a really hard time. I've been working from home as we all have you know since The world went to shit and I don't know i for about six months. I was really telling myself like. I am just. I'm burned talent. I can't do this anymore. I was just working in I was working for like a fortune. Five hundred company In purchasing handling lots. And lots of money. I was making really decent money and I was really really unhappy. i have been following. You know your podcast for a long time And read your book lose well When it came out and it was really sort of enlightening and I've been really thinking about for a couple of years. It's like man. I have religious. Been living for other people for the longest time. Like i have just been living for somebody else's dream for so many years because it feels like i have just been struggling to survive for since i was nineteen years old. I've been basically on my own since i was nineteen. And it's it's just crazy. So i put in my two weeks notice And i talked to the hr representative there and told her all about how. I was feeling Really express my feelings about how i was feeling Kind of singled out as a young woman in the workplace and that nobody would listen to me. There's definitely like a huge huge problem going on in the corporate world. Still at least where. I was that you know. It's a lot of like the good old boys club. Just feeling really. Nobody wanted to listen to me. And i just i threw my hands up and i told my husband i said i. You have to give me permission to quit like you have to. You have to tell me that. It's okay to quit. Because i will work until like i can no longer be a person anymore so i don't know i quit And i didn't have any other plans I've been streaming on twitch for about a year Since kobe started it was kind of something that i.

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"chris okay" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

03:13 min | 10 months ago

"chris okay" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"Okay that's okay like beer. I want this guy was going to buy a t-shirt now. He's not dan it. We're gonna start a t-shirt campaign next. You still owe monkey a t. shirt okay. Now that you got rid of a guy that wanted to buy a t-shirt he was gonna he was going to buy fuck you prodigy shirt. I'm sure he threatened to band monkey ever got months so monkey gave him a timeout. Damn monkey. you're you're you're all over it so monkey. I missed one instead. Lead type without dammit. Come on man. he's going to seattle. You're leaving tomorrow. You gotta pick them up on on your motorcycle with two daughters okay. Yes do howling monkey dumb and dumber lockwood. Silence up there tomorrow okay. That's funny shit. Got other random shit to talk about. Okay i'll be there till sunday. Wow guess this this went flat then good stuff and you know it got really distracting with all the trash talk in the in the tweet chat so fantastic. Oh yeah it's fantastic chat. Let us know when you think about wars. Oh in the current state of shit and yeah and earlier. Don't know if you were here but shit show cool you guys have anything else before you wrap this up you know. Been carrying you guys whole time here. So here's buck you chris. Hey Hijra gamer skim dog. That's a common phrase here. Fuck you chris. That is brought you down. There sir. brought up to speed. It is a common thing chris. You it's okay they can. They can tell me that they know they know you. They know me well. You said that we must know you got. Maybe i don't know maybe he's the internet. Who fucking knows. That's fucking awesome. I love it. These guys are great all right well. I'd slept joke as little hat office. Small frail head and hydra gamer knows. Chris okay coda okay. What's up hydra me from work. Or what like is this. Just just tell me your identity sir..

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"chris okay" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

05:35 min | 10 months ago

"chris okay" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews

"We're like down to a five but it's just it's just big in obtrusive and weird but on my metamucil still thank you so glad. We could talk his club yet. People were really. They really wanted to know more about that. Hey so i have to. Do you know when you like. Empty your trash and the computer. It's all chris okay. So here's here's something so the way we do. This podcast is that. I live life. And i'll jot down things. I see our ideas. I have and then you know as the shows approaching i look through the list and go what what can i do. I am passionate about and there's a lot of stuff. We don't get to so when thinking about what i could do this week. Maybe i just empty my trash now. I don't have usually when i present something to show. I have a flush idea now my take on it. I don't really know might take on these things. I just going to throw them out. There may be a big thud But it's going to at least empty my trash cans so i can just empty this and then start afresh. Does that make sense. Just look into the wheels on the bottom of the trash can. No there aren't but we're gonna go him out. Thank you so much nikki. No i need a truck. Okay throw it. Throw it in the trash and i have trash sound effects. Listen that's something in a big trash can. That's a trash bag different. Sound effects. let's do you want to hear what in a trash can. That was that one dumping trash and a trash can. Here's another one that's all trash taken out. So here's a few things. Okay what order do i even do that. Look i just have them written down to you. Okay okay. I tried to watch okay. I love this too. I true the other day..

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"chris okay" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

Jay Bird Watching

03:56 min | 11 months ago

"chris okay" Discussed on Jay Bird Watching

"But mlb dot com or stubhub because of the only melby official one everything else or saying good fucking luck. Ats can yeah. They need to come home. It'll it'll be unbelievable for this area. Believable they need we need. We need hero in this area and it could be the blue jays. Well i mean this this sort of. I don't want to call back to whether or not. This team is a playoff team. I just think the just having sort of the levity of having them back at all even if they aren't chasing playoff games at that point. Let's just say come mid august. They're out of it. Which isn't that much of an impossibility. But it's it's you know it's on the table. I think people in toronto or in the surrounding area. The gta will be more than happy to have something to do right. Have somewhere to go into to sort of. It celebrate washing their teen their only enormous team. Yeah like had that sort of normality back in their lives. I think important i. I can't really comment when it comes to the safety of it and what science is telling The the local governments of the provincial governor. I am not a scientist. So i don't have that data in front of me so i can't really make that decision but i'm not denying the fact that this is a political game at the vaccination rates are as good as you say they are no reason to doubt you. I mean here in the states where it's open season for basically everything right so i don't see a bike just for just for a little context i'm gonna say on average there's been twenty five to thirty cases maybe twenty will go on a broader range. There's been twenty five to thirty five cases a day in toronto. That's crazy good. That's really good. And their step two of the reopening settled. There's still one more steps that is supposed to be announced soon. H probably another two weeks. Which still doesn't open things up one hundred percent like and you're like fifty percent capacity for things right right well hall. Late super reserve cure supervisor. Let me Let me flip it on. Its head and all this to you craig. Let's assume that july thirtieth is it a home game. You were saying. Chris okay so a home game in toronto. Let's just say they're going back. They have everything all figured out a couple of weeks ahead of time and they're moving equipment from buffalo and bison are getting ready to go back to buffalo good okay so they go back to toronto craig. Are you concerned a with the turf and be that the shuffling and now playing in a legitimate major league ballpark not say anything bad about salan outstanding job. But i'm just saying you know offense. Production might be a little dwindling. Are you concerned now with moving back because some of these players have not played in toronto. Like fun fact. Joe panic. Never played a game in toronto. Right semi-in as the best player that ever now play in the trial or something like that. The did not mean. He's played games in toronto. But not as a blue jay. So i maybe george springer is a bad example. But we're having breakout players. Like bo. Like obviously vladi. We've seen do it. So maybe he can you know. Pick right back up but lord is are we do. We have concerns with these players at home. Multiple games in big league ballpark. Personally i think it's going to help him..

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"chris okay" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"chris okay" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Studio, and he's keeping trains on the tracks there, buddy. Come in this morning with the breakfast of champions from my birthday, Uh, a dozen Dunkin donuts and a bottle of bullet bourbon, So I'm gonna be washing down those doughnuts. Put some bald bourbon for the rest of the shell today, and I do want to say this a lot of my friends out there. Watch on his TV, but a lot more watch on Facebook, Pia locally, like my good friends. Everyone's calling me JT. You really dad pop up. I'm at Max Pub. I have the party room next door. Okay. The same building. I have it. You got a mute that phone? You got a mute the phone. Zoe, you have to mute it. Really all right. It's not all right. And I'm here. I'm at Mac's club. Right next door. Um you anyone could come in where an essential business you can come in. You want to check out the show You want toe make a little birthday wish people leaving a small donation and as we do at all times on liquid lunch drinks on the house. Okay? I don't. I don't know why this is happening. But, Mike, can you get away from the Michael? You're you talk back is on What? We're struggling here. Um all right, So here's what's happening in New York. Now this is happening all over the country, and if it's not, it's starting shortly. I've been talking about this. My goodness, Mike. You have friends. So this is happening. It's me. I'm yelling that Zoe! I'm yelling that I'm young and shall we? I'm yelling at Mike, and it's my own phone pocket turned on to the face of Leo. Like Why am I 15 seconds behind? All right, uh, in New York. Uh, Outdoor dining in the street is banned. Okay, but outdoor dining If you have it off the street, you can still have it That came out last night. Now he is that I've been talking about with this weird science. Okay, We're gonna talk about weird science. You wanna talk about to med professors? Okay. Governor Cuomo and Mayor de Blasio are two totally mad Professors. And they're actually pulling a social experiment on us if you think about it, Okay, So here's what they tell us. Two weeks of flattened occur. I'm like, Yeah, right. New York's not gonna go for that. Everybody did nice. Nice. Everybody stayed in and two weeks turned to months and we'll add a little way. Had a little restless here. Um But still aren't you can go out with a man. So she licked. I don't think Okay right now, Every so often they want to change the rules. They wanna flip things around. They want to try something else. And if you ask me, it's all a plan to see how much they can get us to submit to because they're trying to break us, and I talked about it yesterday that back in 17 75. They call themselves the Sons of Liberty, the wound up being the founding fathers, the men who actually took matters into their own hands. And those those men, the Sons of Liberty. When they needed to get together covertly back in the early in the late 17 hundreds. From there, we'll get readyto take the revolution to the king. It's widely known in American history that their meeting places were Taverns, restaurants and churches. Why? What? How come JT's Alright. Well, whatever everybody means, No, because you see they needed to assemble somewhere where there are other people assembled so that the British army watching all the people that own the lab mounts and the troublemakers Um They see them all getting together somewhere like in the open or in a park there to say. Wait a minute. One of those guys talking about over there. Okay, Um and Uh, I laid out yesterday. You know, the green Dragon up in Massachusetts. Um Fraunces Tavern right here in New York City and churches. So, um, First of foremost, I wanna tell everyone that I have some amazing news. On this past Sunday, Um God's blessings brought me together with Pastor Michael Pastor Chris Okay, and they run a they run a mission for the international life ministries. And they're both unbelievable pastors and ministers and they don't have their own house of worship. They do it like the beach or the park or here or there. Now it's cold in New York, so things are dwindling. So I happened to run into him at one of the rallies. We started rapping on. They said, You know, we really have no place to go. So I said, Well, you're in. Come to Max. Um way have a little outdoor patio and you could have A lthough masters you want here? So as of yesterday? Not only is Max pub still in the autonomous zone, um Not only The Liberty Studios here in Max Pub, giving us great protections on the first Amendment because we're news media, okay? And now this is the home of Pastor Mike. I'm pastor Krista's Chris's Life Ministries Church. So if you want to come down here and stop bothering Max about not wanting to listen to two crazy mad scientists they're gonna have to get through a TV studio and a church on top of it. We got a heck of a lot of First Amendment protections right there. So we continue to fight for the little man and try to be a shining example for other businesses around that there are ways to beat the system. And if you want to beat the system and join us, I can show you exactly how to do it. And I swear to you, I really believe Um, if you've got a little bit of balls, um and I'm hoping you d Oh, um, You could do exactly what we're doing. I could empower you and you could be open as an essential business with 50% occupancy. So things again so desperate you know, you may want to even try crazy old Uncle J T. You never know. Um, Mikey, My director wants me to look at shot. Seven. Um, so let's go to that..

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"chris okay" Discussed on SMRPodcast

SMRPodcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"chris okay" Discussed on SMRPodcast

"Sure yeah so interesting exciting. I don't like the pricing. I don't like that The charter as built into the little wooden case. I didn't quite like that. And then you had to get the different cases that could do multiple pros. But it wasn't like a deal breaker for me. The that they now just kind of always like no is is the fact that i don't know food get through my smoker now. What i do have is awesome as you saw with your own eyes. Yeah well the thing. I didn't like was i personally felt that they should like you. Had to buy the biggest model with the four probes. Just so you could get wi fi. And i might sit really really. That's the only that's not the case anymore. they've They've come out with other models now that have they actually. They came out with a wi fi only model. So it doesn't even have a screen on it I'm looking at their web site. Maybe i'm missing something. I'll have to dig through their me off lane boss. Oh you talking flame boss. I thought she's talking about meter. No no no flame boss. Sorry at a flame balls came up with new models and one of them was like a wi fi only model. Which a buddy of mine co worker Actually ended up getting after. I recommended them. Take a look at the site and he loves it. Maybe i'll look down there. You know so the other thing would be better for you right because you have to. Temperature control built into the smoker yup. Yup unless i use the egg. And then i don't but that's a different story. Well there's there's my at least tip if you're if you're looking for a Probes for when you're grilling or when you're barbecuing I still think meter. They have very slick look to what they've done. But chris big flame boss man and i was kind of jealous when you're sitting in my house and my brisk has done a guy go and it will turn into temperature down on. Its own by the way. I'll just add that. He's one yet one more time. Yep he's rub in all right. I'll let you guys go to your picks up. Quake chris okay. I can go so My pick is a very low tech but awesome device that i had to use the other day so my house is twenty years old From what i'm told about twenty five years ago to cut down on cost When homebuilders abilities homes they use these things for plumbing For a off valve for you're seeing or for your toilet at the sink or toilet Called a flow tate in this is like the cheapest piece of plastic val the actually shut the water off and they work pretty well as long as you never turn your water off your water on. Just eat those but it anytime you would ever have to use these things after ten eleven years if you touch them they start to leak. So i had an issue where i needed to change the float in One of the toilets in the house. So i've got to shut the water off in a sooner than i. Shut the water off. This thing starts with the slowly snob. Data like okay. How do i go in replace this. I want to get into some plumbing and tossed are looking at videos. Like oh you don't have to you know there's really no pressure these things use a shark bite now. What a shark bite is. It is a tool as You know clamp that you can put onto pvc onto copper pipe pretty much any type of pipe and it creates a watertight steel and they are so easy to put on so literally had to do You know in working on montel..

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"chris okay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"chris okay" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"So I got a new idea from that caller. Dave. I'm going to go from now on Only when I I'll throw all my vegetables in the pool. And then I'll jump in and eat my vegetables underwater. That's what I'll do. I just, um Oh, you fan sends me an email. Oh, you congratulations. The Red River Shootout was this weekend and owe you one for what is like fourth time in a row or something like that over Texas. Anyway. Oh, use as Oh, you is Oklahoma University O U stands for Um Says, Tom, Enough is enough. Life comes with risk attended a dirt track this weekend, 1200 people saw one person wearing a mask. I shook hands with everybody. I'm 58 going live on my own terms as much as possible. A second lock down is not going to go over with most people. I am very fortunate to still be working, but it won't last forever. If this continues, people are afraid of what a glorified cold Maybe faith is the answer. I'm not afraid to die or live. Chris Okay, well, you're in in a minority. There's about Lessens the numbers keep coming up 20 some percent. I'll give you 25. One out of four. Um They say, follow the science. But the problem with science is they keep changing their minds. No, Chris, I've gotten to the point where I Few months ago, I was bark bark at you know what? What's the matter with you? All right, Wear a mask. I mean, for crying out loud. I'm going on. Go your own thing. I would like this thing to go away. You would, too. It did go away without a vaccine in 1922. Because eventually these Very contagious viruses do die out when they have infected enough people herd immunity. But that's millions and millions more people that, um We're trying to avoid. So What people are afraid of. They're afraid of getting Not only sick, but also there are people of all ages mostly elderly that are dying, and so that with the fate of your question Even if you hadn't played bubbles gets it, And the problem is that you're about the dollars where they're going than some people. They overcook over 19, but they still have problems with your lungs or with their blood clots or whatever it might be in three parts. He doesn't want people owe you that I don't want Pulse is down. There we go. And we eat the food that they had to find an outfit to the life and its way of dealing with humans. Yeah. I've decided. No, I'm going to throw all my vegetables in the pool. Eat underwater. You don't know. I don't know. Rita. Thank you for calling. Welcome. You're on the Tom Sullivan show. I read it. 00. Hi. How you doing? Thank you for.

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"chris okay" Discussed on The Documentary Life

The Documentary Life

14:58 min | 2 years ago

"chris okay" Discussed on The Documentary Life

"Is a new something that really cuts beneath the surface and unique to that film. And that's that's the truth in not so when a filmmakers telling the truth and being sent I think the music can also play a role in contributing to those that coming from a composer of music for films speaking to dock filmmakers. How would you say that we should approach someone like yourself? What materials should we have at hand? And what's going to help you personally? If someone were to approach you right what would help you What is it that you require In terms of being able to begin work on a film at what process of the duck film are you coming into? What types of footage are we sharing with you? What are the conversations like share a little bit about that with us? That's A. that's a big question. Chris Okay so there are lots of different elements that can make the collaboration fruitful Communication with the director and the editor is the creative essence of what I do is to find a common language. Communication CAN BE SO challenging. Especially when you're working with directors particularly who don't understand the language of music and and I don't as a composer I don't expect my director to understand music and talk to me musical terms. That's the last thing that I want. The most important thing is to speak to me in terms of emotions and moods and storytelling and what you're trying to convey to the audience on a scene by scene basis or or the over arching Narrative of the film so The relationship between director and editor and composer. I always call it it. It's akin to the Holy Trinity because you're you're on that journey with them so I like to be brought on as early as possible With four some of for example on a documentary feature this we have the luxury of a longer shedule so with for Somma we were in the end it for eighteen months and I was working with the directors and the editors through that whole period where they were on a journey trying to find the voice of the film which took a long time in that particular instance but I'm also on a journey with them to find the musical voice of the film. So it's a very. It's very much collaboration in my last Feature doc which is the reason I jumped which premiered at Sundance earlier. This year we Anyone won the Audience Award Prize for best. I won't semi documentary. We were in the edit on that for a year and it was a very conceptual score so you know I with the director and the editor are on a journey to craft a film over a certain period of time in the IT. I'm there too. I'm there with my ideas. My bring my creative ideas as well. Some directors are very clear. And they know what they want musically Those that aren't don't really know how to work with music. They'll come to me and ask my ideas and I'll come up with a concept or a style or a senior. I so I want to know as much about the project as possible to give it context to give you know so that I understand the narrative context in terms of communication when directors don't have an ideal too much of an idea about what they want. Musically I'll come up with playlist will use temp tracks. That temp is a very temp tracks. Reference tracks guide tracks. They're all the same thing it's very dangerous. Line TO MOCKED OUT. Tosa when editors start laying in temp tracks You inevitably invariably get templar where temp tracks. Don't necessarily work terribly well to picture. But what happens? Is that as their editing. They get so used to hearing the same piece of music To a particular seen it then forms a kind of a clue and it sticks to it and you just. It's familiar familiarity. You know it's it's you get used to it and when composer is then brought on to replace it then then you stop then. Fireworks can happen because anything that a composer does to replace that magical track but the team fallen in love with is going to be inferior to the temp tracks right no matter what you do. And so you can get into all sorts of legality issues and plagiarism and copyright issues so one of the reasons why you want to bring in a composer as early as possible. Is that what I'll do is I'll come on before the it sometimes all right at the very just before the edit or quite away before the edit and I will have discussions with the director to find out to read them. Mind to be the psychologist and to find out. What is it that you like? What is it that you don't like? What is the true essence of this film? What are your intentions want? You know. There's so many different considerations to take on board and and from that I will form a mental picture musical picture of what is turning the director on musically so I will Use Temp sometimes. I'll take tracks from my own back catalogue that may be relevant to this particular film Or I will find other track set. I think maybe suitable for the film and we'll go backwards and forwards creating a kind of a musical mood board and I will see how the director response to it. Some you know if they want they don't like Will I need to find out what they don't like which is as important as knowing what they do like in some directors? Hate the sound of a piano. I want to hear the sound of a piano in my school. They Okay Right. We set parameters and we set br a brief. And and it's it's it's an organic process. We sort of evolve and be go backwards and forwards and before you kind of a short hand. So that's why you get relationships between directors and composers that can go on for years because You develop a short hand when you're working and I tend to then know what my directors like. What their likes their dislikes some directors one very melodic rich schools. Some are very much into very intimate minimalist small schools. So so your own on that journey together. It's my job to create. A unique cohesive skull. That's unique to that particular film for me. Two of the most overlooked positions in all of filmmaking are the editor and the composer and I believe that wholeheartedly I really do. I'm curious. Do you feel like the the composer in any way as a forgotten hero in all of this film making very much so because people don't. I think people underestimate the power of music And how it can be used as a real tool if you take away the music. You're left with scenes that a film that may work but your you're missing the heart of the film you're taking you know where you have music and we don't have music. You want to take the viewer on this emotional journey. You know as as than the editor and the director of crafting the script or crofting the narrative of the film and the dynamics and the highs and the lows and you're taking your audience on this journey The music can do the same thing. So I Play around with the dynamics. You know. Sometimes I'll have a very rich piece followed by. Something's very minimalist. I will play with silence and I'll play with musical keys so that I'm not the so that the music doesn't sound the same all the way through I'll play with tempo. And you know we'll have kinetic pieces with a lot of energy then juxtaposed with ambient pieces that a free and subtle. So I'm T- I'm creating this arc With highs and lows this sort of tension and release throughout the film using the music as well so by the time you get to the end of the film the your subconsciously manipulated and and there's the difference with the you know with documentary scores. Is that your subconsciously? That's why you were saying about Music being underrated or not being appreciated it. Because I think it's the hidden character in the film you know. Music IS THE HIDDEN CHARACTER. Where you don't realize The effect that it's having on you until it's not there so when you reach the end of the film like four summer you hear this Syrian folk song at the end which I've done an arrangement of and by the end. I think the audience are either stunned into silence or they're crying and I'm not saying that's because of the music. But he's all these elements that play their role in coming together and making the audience. Feel what they do feel at the end of the film the need to as we wrap up our conversation. I'm wondering if there's anything that you feel like we've left out or something that you feel like you know what a lot of talk. A lot of directors of films may not may not appreciate this about working with the composer Is there something you feel like as we part here that that That you feel like we should know that we have not covered. Sometimes I think it's very easy to fall in the trap of using music as a crunch And and so by the time you've finished editing you invariably use too much music and I think it's important to sort of sit back and have a slightly detached view once you've done that once you've done a rough Pass on the film. Always a rough cartridges. Second Golf Cart you know. Get a feel for the structural flow in the pacing to the score as well you know. Have you used too much music? Is there to little music? Do you really meet music in a certain seem so. I think the composer can really help inform that process Sometimes music can be very distracting Do you really really need a music. Don't Use Music. Like a crutch is one One thing I would suggest. Communication is vital maintain strong communication with your composer. Don't necessarily want to be writing the same piece of music. If you've been editing a scene you don't want to be rewriting. That scene industry after every Every caught on might write once or twice and then come back to it at the At picture so if possible I would always give composer time off to picture. Lock and the final mix to work on the school I've worked in so many documentaries where I'll get a picture lock on a Friday evening and they'll save we have the DUB on the following Monday or Tuesday and that's I'm having to then what day and night writing sort of Finishing forty to fifty minutes of music. So that's working under pressure. Like that is doable. But it's not an ideal situation Think about your budget so You know it's worth considering whether you want live musicians or not These days composes have or should have you know. We have computer systems with sample libraries of all sorts of different sounds. I have a room full of musical instruments where I can pluck inbound and scrape An and creates a unique sounding School but I also want to bring in A couple of musician. So where if you even if you're working on a low budget documentary it's always worth putting aside a little bit extra to So that the composer can afford a car of a handful or a couple of musicians because a real instrument elevate the impact of a school to no end You know I'll bring in a cellist and violinist for example and it will really make all the difference in giving that human organic touch that human touch on. The school can really elevate the production values of a documentary. Now needs to. This has been just a wonderful conversation. It's really in many ways. I look forward to these types of conversations. I Geek out as well on this. I'm a music person. I'm a film music for most of my life. I have an having this kind of level of conversation of sort of where that intersection of two of my favorite passions music and filmmaking meat I could go on and on but unfortunately we don't have that kind of time to do that. But what.

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"chris okay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"chris okay" Discussed on KSFO-AM

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"chris okay" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"chris okay" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Home of the famous Chris okay yes that's where he went to college very cool and they had a national championship Ali was there yeah and all very cool so the Lexington area beautiful area of the country welcome to Nashville and all the way down here to do a debt free scream up yet all right I'm much of you paid off two hundred and sixty thousand dollars in eight years wow all very cool and your range of income during that time well we started our journey at one twenty five and interestingly enough our income went down over the eight years I we have had a couple of children along the way and I thought of calling to stay at home so that two years ago actually went part time and our twice a week so we ended our income last year at ninety nine thousand very cool what do you do for a living Robbie I'm a physical therapist at the university of Kentucky and before you were a full time mom Joe you what were you doing at an insurance underwriter okay very cool your full time with the kids actually I work part time so a two days a week and then the rest of the time I'm home with the kids archer okay we could jump up to chill two hundred and sixty thousand eight years I'm looking at this you must pay off your house we direct mortgage your whole you guys know how very very cool well here's what's interesting our team obviously New York comic th and Zach better at one of our top production guys combed back through the archives of the Dave Ramsey and there's actually a phone call from you.

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"chris okay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:03 min | 3 years ago

"chris okay" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

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"chris okay" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"chris okay" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Think you've got the wrong impression mummy back. Thank them. Chris. Okay. Well, maybe just crisis. Kazaa crazy. Run. Sheet. So she. The plan. She. Kick. Jackie. Kim. This. Nice. She says she Joyal. Still she. Kick. Traffic.

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