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"chris phillips" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Articles like no one else is putting out We've got our unique perspective on campus craziness so it's important that you check that out It's really hard to do it You know we enter the dining hall and there's a hush that goes over the crowd but support for the outside is what really makes it all worth it So we thank you for checking out these Chicago finger dot com We've got to donate button if you want to pitch in a little bit and help us out because it is going to a great cause I have to say also I am on Twitter at Chris P the truth So check that out Awesome One last thing Chris and I'll let you go You know bad hush you should be proud of that hush where the new misfits man Remember that we're the new renegades and you should be proud of that It used to be to use the 1960 70s lingo It used to be cool hip and edgy to be the renegades and the misfits Now the left considers a cool hip and edgy to be lemmings walking off a cliff You're the one looking at the cliff going on I'm not jumping off what you idiot So Chris Phillips thanks for your time We'll be sure to check you out Thanks a lot Thanks Dan You're awesome I appreciate it You got it All right Folks we got to take care of these young men and women We got it We got to use our platforms That is my job here To make sure that they're celebrated for standing up on these college campuses not caving to the safe space liberal ideology and standing up for the idea of prosperity freedom and liberty for everyone Sadly those ideas have become archaic on today's college safe space campus to do a campus of doing a great job All right coming up next I want to finish that thought I started with in the last hour If Biden was trying to destroy this country what he do anything different I don't think so And I got the receipts to back it up We'll be right back.
"chris phillips" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"There are a lot of conservatives that go to college and leave liberal You've been resolute You've been strong You stood up You asked this question at the conference You could have just been the golden boy and told stelter how great he was I'm sure a lot of the left these would have applauded you and you didn't Is it parenting Is it some X Factor you don't mean Well what was it Were your parents conservatives I mean I'm genuinely curious How someone like you tough sit out with this urge on college campuses to be popular and be an influencer the easiest way to do it is to be a liberal and you said no I'm going to stay conservative What was it Do you have conservative parents You read a lot what's the trick Well you know I mean all I did was go up there and ask a question I'm not the savior or anything but the truth is I think it was really kind of organic I love my parents so much but we do not share the same political beliefs rational extent Again from Southern California it was not a product of my environment I think when I was younger maybe about an 8th grade actually was the 2016 election That is kind of my age And I was kind of when I became politically aware and the DNC started coming up on the radio and things like that And I listened to that I said okay that makes some sense And then the RNC came afterward and it's like no no that's right I agree with that a lot more And so being a young person I really sort of got into it And I absorbed all the material like could I really did my best to educate myself you know now that I'm entering college I realize there's so much more to learn But I really think that I just I think I pushed myself sort of on an individual level It was not a product of my environment at all So being a young person I was kind of heavy in my youth And I actually lost a lot of weight I think because I adopted the conservative mentality of self dependence You know you're responsible for your own state And I lost a ton of weight and that kind of solidified it for me That personal sort of impact that the ideology had on me So really it has just been something that has come out from within And I'm really excited because it's a passion of mine and something I want to follow in my career So I feel blessed truly to be of this understanding and to have had all the opportunities that I've had We're talking to Chris Phillips obviously very bright young man writes over at the Chicago thinker really shook up everyone with that question of Brian stelter that conference Chris you just brought something up and we did not coordinate this and did not speak to you in advance During my podcast today and the intro of my radio show I don't know if you heard her or not but I just addressed this topic How people like you and I and our conservative audience out there How that physical and mental toughness are the same thing and you mentioned training and losing a bunch of weight And I made the point that this is it Like training your body and your mind to withstand stress is the very antithesis of what the left does They're taught that shame it Listen you shouldn't I don't want to make anybody feel terrible but let's not lie to people either and make pretend that it's health it's not But that also goes along with the whole safe space mentality too Don't say anything that could hurt someone's feelings even if teaching them that the world is a risk free place Ironically will eventually probably get them killed hurt or poor later on This whole safe space mentality is destroying your entire generation I'm glad you had the fortitude to withstand it but you must see that around you on the campus you were creating a generation of weaklings A 100% Dan you couldn't be more right about this I have to say there's so many ways in which this has sort of materialized this idea that we are coddling people and particularly young people who are impressionable and then they're becoming weaker They're having less resolve They can't really handle ideas like they used to I mean at the University of Chicago the history is that it is like the number one freedom of speech institution We discuss all different kinds of ideas The econ department at this university is historic It's melted freed man We've got conservative free market values in our econ department And that still persists today So we're really a unique institution for these sort of upper Echelon schools But even today we are seeing lots of deterioration I think in the resolve of students they can't really handle alternate ideas like they used to and there's so many things we can attribute this to but a lot of it I think is the modern the modern agenda of the left which seeks to coddle people and promote safe spaces in 2016 The president of U Chicago Robert J Zimmer said we're not going to have safe spaces We're not going to have trigger warnings and I really have to commend them for taking a stand against the narrative Pervading all these institutions because what we're seeing is just a crippling of the quality of human resources frankly in our young people you're totally right Yeah Chris give out the website again and your social media handle I want people to go follow you Oh yeah you need to hit up the Chicago thinker dot com We have.
Christopher Phillips Questions Brian Stelter Over CNN's Ethics
"Kid named Chris Phillips, who's a freshman at the University of Chicago. And he went to a some panel discussion that the Atlantic magazine was hosting that Brian stelter from CNN was on the panel. And this young man stood up and said the following to CNN's Brian stelter. Hi, thank you for coming. My name is Christopher Phillips. I'm a first year at the college. My question is for mister stelzer. You've all spoken extensively about Fox News being a purveyor of disinformation. But CNN is right up there with them. They push the Russian collusion hoax. They push the Jussie Smollett hoax. They smear justice Kavanaugh as a rapist and they also smeared Nick salmon as a white supremacist. And yes, they dismissed the Hunter Biden laptop affair as pure Russian disinformation. With mainstream corporate journalists becoming little more than apologists and cheerleaders for the regime, is it time to finally declare that the canon of journalistic ethics is dead or no longer operative. All the mistakes of the mainstream media and CNN in particular seem to magically all go in one direction. Are we expected to believe that this is all just some sort of random coincidence or is there something else behind it? It's too bad it's time for lunch. You have 30 seconds. No, there's a clock that says 30 seconds, but I think my honest answer to you, and I will come over and talk in more detail after this. Is that I think you're describing a different channel than the one that I watch. But I understand that that is a popular right wing narrative about CNN. I think it's important. When we talk about shared reality and democracy, all of these networks, all these news outlets have to defend democracy. And when they screw up, admit it. But when Benjamin hall, the fox correspondent, was wounded in Ukraine. The news crews at CNN and The New York Times stopped what they were doing. And they all cared about the injured Fox News reporter and that's
"chris phillips" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Whatever on be as wpg. So our old pal. Ian mendez when golfing with last week now like us open moved on from. Tsn twelve hundred radio now at the athletic and very active on twitter and he tweeted out this afternoon that over the past few days there have been rumblings in the charitable sector in ottawa. That changes were with the senators community foundation. Chris phillips has confirmed to me that he has submitted his resignation from the ottawa. Senators declined to comment any further Ian has secondary tweeted goes to that i have no idea what this means for the future of the charitable arm of the club or if any other staff members were added I think we're a year on now from eugene melanie. Ottawa senators basically divorcing from the ottawa. Senators foundation headed up by danielle robinson and now danielle As a brand new charity organization and so the sense tried to start up their own. Jimmy and One of the real grabbing points for sense fan was the chris phillips was going to be at the top of the food chain for the senators community foundation right and so a year in he is out and we don't know exactly why he left but i think that Well most of the fan base is just assuming that the environment was not very good there and it all kind of traces back to the top of the food chain. It's it's hard to comment right a. Because i go to where you go to right right away right away. I'd go okay. How what did they have up here. Okay till to let let this guy go. Okay the to to screw this thing up. Because i remember the day we talked about it was like is this any good. You know One of the greatest guys to ever lace them up. You know wonderful guy. Great great guy. Hundred percent humble humble humble like alfie. You know to me. And i thought that's there you go now. You're now you're you're gonna fix things up here so when you hear that he's decided to step away. i immediately go to the screwed. It up happen happen here so but we don't really we don't know right. He said no comment right and fairness we don't know for sure we haven't heard chris phillips talk about this. The organization Brent wallace though he threw something at on twitter. Today's i'm told. The foundation has been put on pause in what sounds like a cost cutting measure. Phyllis was being reassigned within the organization before he decided it was best to step away. So that certainly puts a little more fuel on the fire. That phillips went away because he was unhappy with how things were going there. Kind of has a little alfredsson. Feel to it alfie. And also chris phillips those are the only two guys in the entire organizations history who had their numbers retired..
"chris phillips" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life
"But ultimately the fees what most people get caught up on because is more transparent usually and is easier to compare right but what you wanna look at his value right. Costs is one thing but the value is the other piece of that equation. Right because i for example toyota. Right and i i could. I don't drive it till the corolla. I drive highlander because there was value in extra cost to me right. Toto's inch model. It will give me some pointing to be just like any other car. Would but i liked the lettuce seeds. I like the sun roof. Alight the rare you karen whatever the upgrades the exercise vehicles of any get in easily. So i paid extra for that. My costs were more of but the value was there right now. The value was not there to me in going to get alexis which toyota makes x. Right i could have gotten alexis on his fit more money on it but then see the value in the l. On the front of my car if the rest of invasive thing that's just me some people see the value in right and so when you're kind of shopping if you are a shopper. So people are not they need somebody they feel comfortable with clinics business right but if you are a shopper. You wanna interview multiple financial advisors Certainly keep an idea with the fees are but pay attention to the value as well right If someone's only call you once a year four times a year if someone's going to just invest the money for you versus somebody else who actually put together a written financial plan or written retirement plan for you That you can see reference on a regular bases. Those things changed the value of what you're paying for right as though vast kind of the stuff that i encourage anyone who is shopping interviewing Whether it's a financial advisor anyone really is not just think of the cost of any value. That comes with it in chris.
"chris phillips" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life
"For you again. It's truly up to you to take the step forward to to move forward in the process. Mcginn like. Chris said he spends most of his time trying to plan. Based on your needs at least show you options that you may not be you fully familiar with in even some alternative options because everyone again the first thing they think of is just the stock market when it to investing And things of that sort so now chris. what would you say for those folks that are looking nanto advisor. What are they really looking for again. Ah particular company in every company's a little bit different. What are some simple tips. At least two to find the right fit for financial advisor questioned. George i think that answers for each person because we all have things are important to us. I think the first and foremost you want to find someone that you feel comfortable with right on because win you work with a good financial advisor is going to be a relationship that is based on on honest communication right in so They're going to ask you a lot of personal questions about what your debts look like what your income looks like. How much disposable cash flow do you have. They're going to ask you questions about you know Do you want to leave money. Each of your kids equally right. 'cause that's tough. Some people rice on some of the kids is responsible is others you know. And that's where things so sometimes leaving money in a fairways more important but in equal way in so these are. Sometimes money's personal right does infects our personal life. So you're going to get into conversations with a good financial advisor might That are personal conversations. And if you put out.
"chris phillips" Discussed on Project Life- Taking Project Management Concepts and Applying Them to Everyday Life
"For certain spending the next two years plus the six months of our living right beyond that it honestly does not make a lot of sense to keep howling money into savings especially considering today's interest rates right and so that's where we see a lot of people make the mistake is they don't know how much put so they never get enough it in over say right. Maybe the clear martin disavowing money in so. That's kind of next. Watching budget is setting a target for saving. And then once you reach that target the next step is deciding what to do excess money and there's a lot around you go. There's some people want to pay off the mortgage fast. Some people want to invest in real estate other things That's kind of the next. Big decision is what i do. After i've accomplished to stadiums. Go right now. How do you or how do you advise clients to start that process on how much to pull out to drop into savings. Because we're we're talking yet. We know what that number is for that cost of living. But he's take that out of my paycheck. I go round. So how do you split or you know what are some average percentages that you normally would advise maybe a client or a first timer to say. Hey you know take three percents input it here or you know what what's kind of starting based on rice of the number usually tell you when the starting office ten percent take ten percent right so whatever. Your faith is right. We'll get ten percent to church right which some people give less than we have more kind of generic number. That people were told ten percent What i say is take another ten percent.
"Year financially for yourself so again budgeting. I love budgeting you know. I'm kind of the half spreadshee- half lazy kind of guy. You hit it you know. I have an app. That's linked to my bank account. That gives me a monthly report on what spent right this based art actions. Like hey you spent this much you know on your home. This is your all your utility bills. And then here's this big chunk of entertainment stuff right. There's multiple ways out there but at least gives me an idea in this is what we're trying to instill for everybody else. Get that idea on on what that is because again. If you see that way more going out than what's coming in then that can help at least set the foundation to move you in the right direction riot. Right 'cause thing about it again like this Just like. I bring up the dining thing because it really is. Come down to mute dining with your money if you use an aggregate an apple. My phone 'cause i'm on a kind of a health goal myself right journey myself. I'm trying to get back in shape. I used to be my twenties right so if you haven't at or you're writing down what you put in your mouth everyday Here's a calories in that minute. Here's a calories in that canon soda in the sugar you had whatever use without purposely planning anything you start to kind of change your habits like once. You're wear what you're doing so the same thing happens with your money when you're riding down. That's what i tell people. Budging i start for just kind of according a tracking what you're doing when you start writing down almost cautiously you'll start choosing to do some different things Because you watch your where we can't help but to try to to change in a way that we're happier with right on the most disarm not aware of what they're actually doing and spending the money on right now it's so much is about education and even with the with the show. It's just hey here's another way to look at it right. I'm not this is this is how Chris looks at it. he has the background on it. This is how i look at it again. We're not all the same. It may not all work for everyone the same way but if you could take something the wave way chris does it or piece of advice that i give you to add to your repertoire of you. Know your your bag of tricks on how you handle your finances in your that much. Closer to bettering yourself right. You're just adding a new trick in your help. Identify you know self identification about anything really. You know whether it's your finances whether it's your health habits whether you know we've talked about you know self sabotage and talking bad about ourselves in when it comes to achieving our goal just self. Identification of a lot of things will help set the foundation on so much out there in moving.
"Minutes small bits but eventually want insurance. What four k you wanted to benefit so got a day job right. Were for big. Bang on the lending side so i had insurance experience. I had winning experience And then was able to move up with that big banking getting to a financial adviser role. Now i work with one of the four major wire houses in the nation as a financial adviser And i've been overall finish industry now for over a dozen years. I've specifically financial advisor for going on the she's on seven years now thing and kind of what inspired me really do it was. I realized that what i love wasn't necessarily marketing per se. What i loved was helping seeing a problem that was an individual or business had In coming up with a strategy on how to take them from where they are inviting solution to solve that problem or get them from point a. to point b. kinda in their growth Or maybe his points Thing how long we work together right then. I saw realize i can help people in a meaningful significant way Through the financial industry is still kinda. Get that problem fixed. Good at always felt like was natural for me on and finally get paid to do it. and so that's kind of big thing. I always think it's important to have a career where you feel good about the company worked for good by the the pay you give it also good at the purpose right of what you do and so that's really kind of what inspired me in this direction. On as well as you know just seeing some things in my own family You know didn't come from much in seeing some pivotal decisions made A by my mother. Different points in her life. Where you know kinda those two that wrote in the in the fourth diverged. Right as i got this way in made that decision things better not having that education not thinking. No one thinks they're they're wealthier the.
"My name is jorge lopez. I'm so happy and so glad that you guys are back with us once once again. If you guys follow the show you noticed. Last week we had a little bit of a break You know we were talking all this stuff in regards to mental burnout and you know seeing signs and things of that sort so i myself just took a week off of just you know kind of put everything on on the back burner and decided to kinda take a mental health week for myself to kind of get everything lined out in ready to go to continue to bring you guys great content new content and that sort so you know i just want to make sure that i was following my own advice because i saw some of the signs there That we had talked about you know over the past couple of weeks so you know we are back into the swing of things and now that we have talked that portion of it You know. I'll have some some guests later in the year to to to talk some some different perspectives but again like i told you guys for twenty twenty one. Want to bring you guys different. Guess onto the show that will help us. Continue to talk and grow Ourselves and we had that three part series about how to buy a house in in alone fixing our credit and all that other stuff. So i got a another small segment coming up in regards to our financial wealth. So this week we gotta pineapple planner here with us to talk how we can start out in the basic so financial planning to help grow our wealth over the next few years next ten twenty years. Whatever your timeline may be and yeah you know and we'll bring in someone else again next week To give a different perspective in regards to investing in you know what to look at it and so on and so forth so this week. We got chris phillips financial advisor with us on this show chris. Welcome.
"chris phillips" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"The Frankie Shinto. And, of course, Zoe Bowie. Chris Phillips, who is the again he covers all the bases. You gotta do it every year now and a guy that represents A great era. He's from back East, but he represents the you know the rock and roller, but he's had a great comprehension and understanding of the music that made Las Vegas famous. Speaking of Vinnie didn't all see the patriarch of the Bronx Wanderers? Welcome. That is good to have you guys here. Hey, good they would be here so good to be anywhere without a massacre. There you we've been able to take our masks off. At the table. Yes, all right, because, well, because we just feel we should a lot of people don't know We don't live in this thing with just the governor's information were 12 ft apart. Yes, I'm sorry. I kicked you out of you in Lorraine's bedroom. That worked out good for all of us. Anyway, we're sitting on Dennis's bed. No way. I don't even know where we left off. The last time was a couple of months back and we were coming toward the end of This chaotic year. 2020. How did you finish up the year? And what do you see? Um, for 2021. You can interrupt each other. I'm not gonna go around like it's 60 minutes, and it's a round table. You know, you wanna bust bust chops, bust chops, Frankie, I mean, you were talking about how the adjustment you've had to make And most of us have had to do But, you know, you don't know. I mean, like, Think about it. All of us have performed with big bands, some orchestras and People and people should people in the audience, not cardboard cutouts? Yeah. After a couple of months after it was march, April 18th. I believe what my kids go, Ted, You gotta do a vibe on Facebook. Everybody's doing it so people will watch. Don't love you. I go. I really Finally I did it and you know what it's turned into something. And I never thought it would turn into e mean I'm getting letters from Lion Gate moving. People wonder about my life and my family's under stuff like that. And people have been telling, though, did you What? You don't tell me? It's not good. E don't do it. Don't do that. Yeah, but anyway, it turned out to be. I mean, I have 322 50 to 300 steady watching the whole 90 minutes. And then by the next dates, 18,000 viewers. Yeah, it's just unbelievable. Different. It's a different world was all of the you know, I'm so Electronically challenged. I can't relate to any of this area, but it's too hard for me..
"chris phillips" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"We're having more fun on commercial breaks, but I promise you, you will enjoy this continuing journey. With Chris Phillips Because now we talked about how did Chris Phillips become Zoey? Both. And now This is a persona that is bigger than life. So go ahead. Tell us, you know, It's kind of like, uh, theater when you're able to put on a character, a costume and makeup and become something other than yourself, like in the George Reeves and Superman. Precisely. Yeah. Uh uh, It's it's kind of like that. You become a superhero you put on a character for someone And you could do things that you wouldn't They want you to remain in that character. Believe it, but anyway good, you know, kind of with that said one of the things I loved about my life, a cz this path that I have been on. I have been able to genuinely be myself to the court on stage, whereas some people you know, in certain aspects of theatre or acting or something, you have to become somebody else, right? Even though I used this name, it's an excuse to really be myself. It is given you an avenue to really show who you are really are and I've been so blessed that I've been able to somehow make a living. Support a family on doing nothing. But just so when you became Zoe Bowie and so this group, so this was 25 years ago, And so what? What point did you I mean, where did you see Zoe Bowie headed at that time. My whole agenda and purpose of life from the time I was a kid isn't pointed out earlier. Not only come to Vegas to be the entertainer, but to kind of it was his biggest Karen. You don't want to be a rock star doing a really wanted to come to a lost. Absolutely especially it is because the people didn't float me. So helpless in my years, all based here and you take and, of course, the traditional characters that one would think of that is synonymous with this town. But then it would also include your buddy Steve Lawrence is an example were tremendous. Inspiration to me as not only people that were tremendous talents, but people who appreciated the spirit in which this city was based on who, you know, I was always intrigued by the fact that this is the one place on Earth. You could come and be anything you wanted to be to get away with. Yes, and somehow make a living doing people. Appreciated that aspect of what this city was about. And so I wanted to be part of that culture. Yes, And so I was. I think that's what happened with me, too Sure, like, you know, learning my craft and working all over the country and clubs when there were clubs and Playboy clubs and all that. My ultimate goal was to get here because Thatwas me epitome things like this were all the greats works. Jeez, I would like to be part of the fraternity. You know, That's exactly I just want to be a fabric of this amazing, right. Very well put. The Mentalist. I did my thing, turning this room, rather successful show and Scott's killers only for Tia's station casinos commented that brought me here. We opened up Red Ruxin. Oh, back in 2016 where I was their house show. They changed my life and I have been here since and I have mentioned earlier on the brink. I haven't had a week off now in 25 years prior to the pandemic. And so this thing that hit us all out of nowhere, Just like a train fallen off the tracks. You know, prior to this, I remember seeing you perform when you first came here and I come out and I guess the late eighties, Sinatra and Julie brought me out and went to work with Rickles and stuff. But when I saw there was a word that got out there was an energy. You gotta go see this kid. You gotta see this. Get everybody, You know, they used to refer to me, kid. I just don't know. They used to refer to me as the kid now referred Everybody else's kids. That's how old I am, folks. Okay, But word got out that there was an energy. There is a special time, my friend. Yeah, part of it like I grew up in. The tail end of of your glorious era on I got a chance to taste it and learn from those who had come before, and he was a young guy office. Obviously already learned from that you would soon it experienced it. So, um, anyway The energy that I heard about you was like, What is this clown? What is this on then? I I looked at my wife and I both what? This's a little bit of everything but Treat it with such, um whatever genre was greatly respected Instrument respect, whatever the genre, Wass, but you always remained. This person that you created a Zoe Bowie interpreting them on a CZ on. I've always thought about this great American songbook is great because every singer can bring some their interpreter protection. So you had the ability to do that, no matter what the genre tremendous compliment. Uh, again, I was so honored to be part of this incredible city that had such a history of great entertainers that I could somehow slide in. And you're part of that. Somehow, that would be a dream come true. So since coming here 14 years ago, we've been very honored and blessed to remain working and you successful primarily with locals. We've been a big local thing, and as a result, we are very proud to say that we Somehow one best of Las Vegas seven times, and it has nothing to do necessarily with what I do on stage, but I think what I do in terms of bringing the city together as one as one family And I'll tell you the thing that has been so difficult for all of us is way, Miss Being around each other. Yeah, we're going to get to there. Get him because I'm so again. I I would never want to leave or go anywhere else. And if I can't make it here, I don't want to make it any more than you would be over from. It's right. I think I think many of us feel the same way way. But so Zoe Bowie Becomes this really contagious Performance Act and I say performance because I've seen you work all the pop tunes, the rock and roll songs. But yet I have seen you approach and I because this right come from so that Obviously made me respect you even more. Was this great approach and respect to the great American Songbook on you know, it's very rare when you see somebody that can do so many different genres and treat Each one of those genres with the respect and musicality that you do. Well, I think it boils down to the fact that I've never been particularly good at any one thing. So you try to be okay in a lot of things. Make sure Andi I think that if I have anything that resembles Being unique aura talent. It's It's my love for all music, and I love to try my hand at many different styles and things it's possible on. It's strange that you've been talking about so much traditional classic Vegas. Entertainers and style of music and song book and the soundtrack of the City. But I have somehow made a living. The last 25 5 years essentially is a pop, which is what I do for a living. I played top 40 music, and with that comes The music fits within the parameter of 40 dance music. You know what you've been able to make the transition from one to the other with so smoothly And so naturally, nobody ever I was like, what does know they embrace you. And you know what? I know. Our audience is embracing the story. We're gonna take a short pause with my special guest. I guess I called you now I could use a special guest from Celebrity Table 30.
"chris phillips" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"And you will you on trial for murdering shelly. Nance has a complaint about the way the world is though he didn't testify. He wanted us to know something about him and his concern that people young people especially courtesy there just to rule like for example. The young people he lived with at the Art Institute of Doubts. What I was trying to do is be courteous to the people that live around a lot of discourtesy expressed by these kids. That's been a problem. You see that everywhere. You people don't have right attitudes about respect and doing right thing manners and manners and courtesy. Yes which is what he was up against that Daniel. I was roommate. Chris Phillips and then with Nathan Bud just as happened with Chris. Daniel went through an enamored stage. I one day Chris brought Nathan home and when I first heard this kid is good looking Daniel. Who's gay was attracted? I E admitted you were infatuated not anymore but not anymore by a few months into the relationship. No I've never had no Sexual relationship was over with him except for being a platonic friend. Did you ever try to initiate a six? Or sexual relations. No not at all. Nothing friends like Chris Phillips however so they saw something else going on I mean essentially. They were saying you were obsessed with Nathan that he was becoming more interested in shelley that it it. It seemed to bother you. According to those who saw you seem to bother you a great deal been here well or that. He was actually hanging out with a lot and video games together. They didn't include. You didn't include you in places. They went to see other people. They left you out. You were feeling like left out by US too. I did feel left out because I told Nathan you know it's very rude that you know you didn't ask me if I want to dis To do this or to do that too now. All those things you had done for him yes and he is just basically shoveling you out the door. Yes actually I came. I came to him. Talk to him about it Told him it was very rude. And you know it's not that I felt left out but it's just that it was very rude and so of course you felt left out you human of you. If you didn't feel left out well at first I did but let me tell you this. After I talked to him he before he goes with goes I would say he would ask me. I was like I said I don't WanNa go. Don't worry about it. We asked Daniel about something. Shelly told her. The Daniel kept trying to corner speak to her alone that it bothered her is replies. He did approach Kelly but only out of concern for Nathan. I was actually asking her like. Is there something wrong? Because he's literally failing his classes so you as his big brother mother figure whatever. It was felt a responsibility for him and it was because of his obsession with shelly. I believe so. Did she tell you lay off? No see actually thanked me for bringing up the issue and then that's where I left it. Of course it was quite easy for us to check his claim. That Nathan was failing. His classes was no but listen now to daniels central claim that for evidence of who killed shelley. One need look no further than that. Plastic baggies stained with her blood. Had found an Nathan's bathroom Daniel Ward. He didn't put it there. They're telling me that. I'm assessing with Nathan so therefore I was the one who committed this crime. My question is okay. That was true. Why would I put it in there because once you realize it's either you or Nathan better blame? Don't do okay. That's what you would think right for me to blame Nathan but I didn't I to this day. I'm not trying to excuse Nathan of murder. I'm just trying to trying to find out where it was easy but I do have suspect. Oh where was Christopher loose at this time Chris Phillips? That was a new one. He put the bag in the bathroom. No I'm saying he have access to my house. By the way Chris Phillips was never a suspect in the case in fact he was a witness for the state but Daniel was adamant that he at least was innocent. I'm not the one who killed that girl. I'M NOT GONNA kill Kelly. I have two younger sisters Sir. What if that happened to my sister's what if that my mom would kill myself before anybody else? I could kill her because she reminds me of my younger sister. Amanda what if that happens to amend or Katie. I would kill myself but it happened to shelley. That's what happened to Sally but I'm not doing who kill her. Even if I have to go through this I'm still telling you I'm not one who kill her because I can't. That would be like me killing my younger sisters and I love them with the jury of believed him testify. We'll never know that without it. The verdict came back in just three hours guilty of first degree murder. It was a very good feeling. It's one of the cases that I'll never forget. Only because of the brutality involved in it and at that time my daughter was exactly twenty years old same age so it struck close to home after the verdict. Shelley's mother approach Nathan and apologized forever. Suspect to you. I was grateful that he was Nassir. How'd you take it? He didn't have a whole lot to say he just gave me a hug. And thank you Daniel Sentencing. The state revealed a little more about his past about the Times. He reacted to what he considered to be rude behaviour. The defense attorney had told him he was a pastry chef in the navy and his opening statement. That was all new. And so what were you able to tell him that? While he was in the navy he had repeated times where someone would upset him he would go to a superior and let them know that he was contemplating hurting them and hurting them with knives knives and hot oil then we found out that once he was back at his house he had got into an argument with his brother and taking a Samurai sword to his room and torn the whole place up what I hoped it would do was say to the jurors you got it right because it was Texas. It was also the jury's job to decide on a sentence it took them less than an hour he got life no chance of parole for at least thirty years. I'm obviously what just happened. You thought you shouldn't have found not guilty. He's expected to be yes. 'cause I'm not one who killed her. How many times do I need to tell you this? How did it feel inside soul-crushing life and the Texas is not the same anymore of course without chilly that her mother founded an art scholarship in her memory and did something very unusual for a woman her age in a place like Italy? She got a tattoo of a butterfly. Of course I can look down and I can remember shelling everytime I it. She and Sam are deeply religious. People their faith thousand to forgive. It's very hard. I haven't forgiven him for what he's done. And that's a hard thing to do. He has but if he could ever admit hey did might be able to forgiving him forgiving. Man I can't forget. How have you been able to forgive him? I just know that everybody's not perfect but I don't know to me if I hold a grudge like that. It's going to eat up more than it's GONNA eat him. I just had to let it go. Put It in God's hands let it go miss dollar every day. It's not a day goes bad. That's for sure. I know I'll see your against them. 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"chris phillips" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"Around perfectly reasonable no apparent reason not to believe in but did. Daniel know something more than he was saying. Detectives Dr Chris Phillips to Chris Daniels Roommate before Nathan moved in and it was great at. I said Chris but Daniel ended up doing more of the house chores and resentments began to fester about things like trash not taken out and so our Daniel turned out to be something of a neat freak. And maybe maybe I. I'm a college guy so I wanted to Interact with women and bring them to our apartment and stuff and he. He wasn't very excited about that. He was he didn't really want me to bring people to the apartment that he didn't know and people are women. Well I guess it was both. Did you understand what the what this was? All about? You know at first. I didn't but over time. See what's good word for it kind of needy towards me like he needed me to hang out with him more than anybody else. He wanted to be central in your right existence. Yeah did you understand when you were first hanging out with him and decided to move in there that he was gay. No I didn't know but as time went on he eventually came out to me. I essentially just started to figure he was anyways. And you know it's I was absolutely cool with that. I had no problem but did he like make a request. He want to have a romantic relationship. He never any made any kind of request like that. Me always mother. Cynthia had heard a finger to about Daniel as well from shelly. Who told her some stories about what happened when she started dating. Nathan trying to corner in the hallways at school texting her on the phone trying to call her and say we need to talk. She's like what does he need to talk to me about it. He's really weirding me out. And she killed refusing to talk to. She's not a confrontational person. She didn't want to know what it was he wanted. She said she ended up Asking Nathan and come to find out. He was just insulted that they weren't inviting him to go out with them on dates. Which I thought was rather weird to begin with to Houston. Yeah she said that's what you told her inconsiderate of his feelings. Do you have an opinion about booze? She just thought it was strange that he'd WanNa go out on a date with them. She's like you know if we over at his apartment and we'd be like playing video games or something in Nathan's bedroom. He opened the door and stand there in the doorway watching them. You know she's just weird. It is pretty weird. Yeah she said they just got to the point where they go to her apartment instead streams but did it have anything to do with Shelly's murder. Maybe maybe not but just maybe there were three murder suspect.
"chris phillips" Discussed on Dateline NBC
"To say that murder victim Shelly. Nance had a boyfriend was perhaps an overstatement at least as the term is generally used in the twenty first century. His name was Nathan Shock. He was a classmate of the art institute. Twenty years old like shelley from a Dallas suburb where he grew up with his mom and grandmother like Shelly. He seemed reserved at least to most people but in class and with close friends. He was energetic. Johnathan had been going out if you could call it that for a couple of months. I didn't even find out until the summer. I think it was like July two thousand nine that she had boyfriend. She said Mama. I've got a boyfriend and like your new. She's in in in. Dad Probably wouldn't lock him too much because he's got like a lip. Piercing and tattoos told her mom they hadn't even kissed she as far as I know had only held his hand like once. She's just naive that way. Sheltered her sister. Shauna was the only one in the family met Nathan. She introduced me to have as her friend not her boyfriend. Just Nice goofy kid. I mean they were joking making jokes and laughing and having a good time and you could tell she liked Shoot blushing really giggling. Seeing that from her before not like that so it was a fellow art student Chris Phillips who saw them as a couple she was exactly in the same vein as Nathan. You know they were both ours. They both left draw. They both kind of kept to themselves. You know they were. They were pretty quiet then. One terrible day. Chris heard that female art students had been killed somehow over the falls apartment complex. So said Chris he a Nathan and a few others piled into his car and headed over there to see if they find out what happened on the way. Chris. Cell Phone Ryan. It was a friend and Jeremy who told them it was. Shelly was dead. A hear those words and I look at Nathan. And it's you know it's one of those defining moments in your life where it's like what what happens. Now Do November phone telling me so now. I told Told me that he needs to tell them you know so I handed him. My phone you know is in a kind of see this sudden shift of emotion going from worry too absolute just. I don't think I'll ever forget the way he looked at me as he was listening to. January talked to him his his eyes were so so. Just broken in some kind of denial. At least according to Chris knocked apartment door no answer so they hurried to Jeremy's also at the falls to see if he knew anything more and the police showed up and they grabbed him by the arm and Yank them out the door and they started talking to them not gently. No no there were talking then. They got in the car and went. I didn't see him for the rest of the day in a murder so up close and personal so vicious boyfriend. Nathan naturally became a person of interest immediately when officers brought him to Dallas police headquarters. Detective Lt was more than ready to ask Nathan some very personal and specific questions about his relationship with shelley. Are you Barton Harden.
"chris phillips" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Please welcome to there's corner Chris Phillips is on the other side of the globe for some of you because he's an Australian fact in Adelaide right now and that's where he's from he's read a book called the gift of eternal life and pleasures in pain this series I'll tell you what this is I can't put it down book I'm really really serious fifty years psychologist he's been dead thirty six countries I'm sure plus what can you teach us a lot that's what I found out when we had our preliminary conversation Chris thanks for coming on all right it's wonderful to have the chance to be able to speak across the world like this especially at such a critical time yes a let's talk about what made you decide that you were going to write this book well you have to sign the Mogale training as a psychologist didn't work I am a very welcome thing the table was far more complex and much more wonderful things and I needed to have in a different way of looking at them because when I started talking to Craig or no no joke to thousands of course and they have informed me if there are stories it's given me a perspective that are wanted to share and that's really been in the the drive in this school Kelly R. was concerned about the early workers some wonderful psychologist strike commune Adler and done of course Sigmund Freud box zaini had such strong profound effect on early psychology that I was really at a loss to know how to understand them and what they were really trying to sign a continuation your Amazons telling your tight little wallet because the work or you own one of the alchemical studies was a book I read a total of seven times before I really got a grip on what and that of course is about our construction and that's so critical to our understanding of our lives and they have been a concern of course many many many many centuries before but I mean you can actually go back to the untrained child ends when my about two and a half thousand years they say he should look at the work that was done in those early dis trying to understand human purpose and that of course is what this book is really about on the first part of the book Sharkey actually uses that ancient shall die and mastered of looking at your policy and I was given a lot of help sorry materials and already had in my position brand archtops when I was working on warlock which option where they really shine through us on our you know I'll I just miss Jamie assault that are fighting each other all the time thank you that's what it looks like if you look at great legends and traditions log that as it turned out there actually work on a cocktail of co operation in pretty much the same way that Jane's work with each other this last knowledge that and archetypes of golf that is removed from the heritage as human beings and the story of salt cave the actual Greek legend of Starkey is a beautiful little story about how a human being it becomes eternal and she she has a whole lot of Charles and tribulations and difficult days in her life and she overcomes the man is finally given the case to the channel lost which is something that we like to find out in the work by the arctic fox is in fact confirmed by them sorry it's been a fascinating journey kite tune to come to their son particularly the date that lack of accurate information about aka talks the fact that it was just religion doing papers imagination was a marriage of driving force from may in in looking for a better way forward I love that a better way forward that's a perfect place to continues by the way you can get Chris Phillips is book the gift of eternal life pleasures and pains series on Amazon so when we talk about archetypes people listening they're thinking their minds architects I remember when I was in school or you know give us just a little snippet of an archetype wow you're you're asking me to summarize forty years of when you know there's different archetypes there's ten archetypes you talk about ten archetypes so just what is it tell us an archetype yeah I know they're all different I yes absolutely we it would take would be more than PBS could even do in an entire year I agree but what do you understand what it is tell that out a little bit more all right now is it is it is one that you want to expect did you ever hear about other than the one on my diet she owns Nordic tradition now tell us that story all world you see why not not only have your opinions headlong traditions but also the ID's Americans okay long tradition started well great spirit is a classic most American Indians they go on a vision quest in order to communicate with great spirit and the vision question itself is is that journey to find the archetype when is done controlling all aspects of the art because I was I saw a grudge is everywhere and in everything yeah he is a fascinating part of that when I started working with the archetypes and unity it drains Startin to announce this process worked out all those forty years great spirit comes out very much like oxygen absolutely vital to lost and combines with nearly all the all the elements show me some really date stated in court profound information even just in that notion all we could think about great spirit in a large that it's well it's an existentialist oxygen while all of this don't have enough oxygen compartment right right you're right about that and and of course making no reference to the corona virus and what we're seeing in the and people being afraid and all of that and that's that's also part of the journey your path and people coming to you and wanting answers we want answers don't weigh yes hi this is John and I'm absolutely central to every single person on the planet and it's it's really lovely to be able to think of the apps in more broad Johns I'm sure they're just about to turn on life and the one in which archetypes actually think about service human beings there that I don't use the term soul she doesn't one stage I was actually thinking of calling this soul journeys but I don't think of us as a star where they're then ocean Abbas is and the words I actually used a sentence was extra I'm not sure turned up near normally refers to the product and it may change your holiness while shape when they choose saying that we are really aluminized beings in out coal we need to be able to touch that and bring that forward particularly in the top one Marcus Smith corona virus around him because you attract to you who are watching roster if your negatives then you're going to attract more negativity unfortunately and if your more positive and you're looking to your early in us you're going to be attracting better things there are more likely to be beneficial to you in your life and in your roles are mostly gestione to paperwork John this is wrong through your lot song I'd look to your hardest values not your lowest values and think about all those sun roof at that cocktail with co operation that we need twenty now so if you're not a large boy no kidding Chris can you hang on if we want to continue.
"chris phillips" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"The Glenn Bed Steve Wasn't mine it was not good sponsor so be careful be crap you give them all the credit sends off Ralph Reitz Steve Otaki and I'm so glad it's back on as to our two losses get used to that outcome it's hockey and so glad it's back and lt rights seems a little knee jerk to me but I'm happy because bothersome does not look very confident needs some more marinating in the AHL I do hope they call up Logan Brown and give him a look Chris g rights I don't they Hey Smith is going to finish the year as head coach who that's dramatic and Rudy rights bath is needed to go down in my opinion slap on the fence about unless they're making room for a balsers return so that's some of the feedback whole bunch more on top of that couldn't get to the mall thanks everybody for chip it in the little learning the season Steve to be listening to these down and out fricken emails about the sense today's web all is ah anyway the Web Bulls brought to you by rb computing you need a new computer system maintenance repairs or anything computer related reach out computing they promised fair pricing speedy turnarounds and honest service you can trust plus mentioned the project and get twenty percents off services check out our be computing dot com or drop in two one six Minton place in bells corners you can knife in because I don't know where he knife Dan Buddy Buddy knifed in Chris Phillips the famous call from Gordon Wilson Oh anyway he's what you're tonight's was about you're talking to me that a knife in the ad or something now as an obscure thing it just popped into my in I just did a Chris Phillips L. Knife in his number four is going to be retired by the Ottawa senators in February and that had been rumored for a couple of days but they made that announcement on the weekend the big rig was out there to drop the ceremonial first puck and they'll be retiring his number for good like I said a game coming up in February it's a Tuesday against Buffalo not necessarily a bad play in February Tuesday against Buffalo I don't expect that to be a An attendance bonanza so why not do it anyway it's it's interesting because you know I'm a fan you're and oilers fan and you guys have a number four out there good steady stay at home defenceman who has a CA- Jillian Cup rings and and Lo and his number four is not retired right we talked about a little while ago yeah he's got six rings by the way yeah I don't know why anymore I think when he's out of hockey than he might go forward for sure for sure he has the option to that he's been presented that to retire Jersey he's he's always said no oh okay I didn't realize it was it was his decision Oh sure we have to be I I'm slightly guessing there but but I know it is I know it is I've talked to him and asked him why didn't you retire Jersey and his something like that you know not not as I'm still working in the league and have a job somewhere in the NHL okay his deal maybe he's waiting to get into the hall of fame Oh maybe unless he unless he is already but I'm pretty sure he's not is he not he's your buddy it's just a good friend of mine and it's always that one tween it's that it's that position in hockey that known knows what to do with that stay at home defenceman plays defense shit the name of the actual position Defenseman and yet gets no love it's no love at Norris Trophy time is always do we retire that guy's number is he a hall of Famer there's not much in the way of stats love goes to the defenseman who gets points it's always a difficult discussion to have because most people spend their time while they're watching the hockey mm-hmm or even the highlights after the fact looking at all the wonderful defensive positional things that these guys can do that makes their team better that's show part of the game it's pretty unspectacular and nobody wants to really give it its due I don't think well there was a bunch of guys like that on the others right and it was a credit to Glenn say that that you had this massive amount of offensive punch led up the great one of course and Yari and Glenn and Mark Messier and just a you know even Dave Lumley grab twenty five goals one year something on that team but you had these grinder defense defenseman like Kevin Low Charlie Eddie another guy Craig Muny was another guy played defense for them Steve Smith was those are stay at home guys when Paul coffey was probably the only exception as a as a you know a puck moving forward to you know almost fifty goals were near but I I got laughed at Steve The other day when I brought that up about hall of fame that surely a guy like that surely guy like Kevin Lowe or or another who's like we got a Zillion Games not a bunch of points has given it his all devoted his life to to hockey great in the community all this surely there's got to be a place for those guys in the hall of fame somewhere somewhere some award Steve some section of the hall and my my reasoning was it'd be a great example to kids who come walking through the hall and they see this thing going this is what this guy did without them having a litany goals in points guys are talking to or for managers I Jimmy You fucking idiot don't be a good oof you know where that guy goes Jimmy in a bar he gets his Jersey in his hometown retired in a bar that's what happens it's about performance baby the hall of fame Oh I got left on a dodge brought that up it sounded really good but Stanley Cup winner has guys like Kevin Lowe or Chris ups sure they're they're absolutely crucial to any team and it's a it's unfortunate that they don't get the love that they deserve but it was a quite a bit of pushback I gotTa say on Chris Phillips I'm looking up and down at social media and most people are going what a great guy he's made his home here now he's in this commune we now entrenched here kids play minor haughey's involved in the CA- Jillian different charities and he's really embraced Ottawa as his hometown is is is forever home and they're always been classy he played the game holds the record for games played but a lot of people have the take of well uh he he was great guy and a good player but not really a great player never never thought of as a top ten defencemen in the league or anything like that or anybody that was considered for Norris trophy candidacy I you know a lot of people say that you know I don't think that number four should actually be retired I think he should be honored till the cows come home but not retire number take it out of circulation he wasn't that kind of player that doesn't make any sense to me that take of while you're taking a number out of it gives a shit who I don't really care if if I show up at the Ottawa senators as a fan a player or anybody and go oh by the way you'd better sit down no one's allowed to wear number four wall of honor and I saw a lot of that about Chris Phillips saying that's what should happen but not retiring as number right fuck why not why not totally no I don't think there's any trouble that it all it's it's it's something team can do there's no hard fast rules and this guy's has been such equality guy for this Organization for so long like only thirty three guys I think I read today that have ever played a thousand games or more and did it all with the same I'm team like in the history of the NHL so that's something and again he wasn't there either this is a good player and to play that many games this organization and what's more this is a team whose entry level into these sorts of things is probably a lower threshold the Montreal Canadians. We've got the history that they've had and the number of champions they've had that's a tougher deal maybe but with the Ottawa senators right now they need to celebrate something good like this so I have no problem if they may be willing to bend the rules or or maybe make it easier for a number to be retired hard the stage of the game if that in fact is you know what the thought is either way I have zero problem with Chris Phillips getting his number retired I think it's great who've been retarded whatever and your your kids looking around at that at the jerseys and say you're not going to be a superstar but he four-star leak you'd rather the you'd rather show the kid go look at forget that I see this number four guy he they retired his jersey because he's just like you you know that he showed up at every game and he's he tried his ass off all the time didn't always win but stayed with the team he was oil hardworking came early stay late and all that stuff I'd be a lot more excited to point that out so I love the idea that they're doing that I really I really think about kids coming in but it is achievable just because you can't rip the Puck home and Tuck it in the net you can try heart devote yourself and I think that over the years they'll be more Daniel offered sins up there you think one day in a kid whose tenure good night everybody we'll see you.
"chris phillips" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
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