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"chris ramsey" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

04:38 min | 2 months ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Here's your host and benevolent leader. Dr alan meade very dental people. Welcome back to another episode of the very dental podcasts. I'm your host. Alan meat and joining me is someone who's been on that show quite a few times in. It's become a friend of the show actually got to meet him. Live in person back when we used to meetings in person at the spear summit in two thousand nineteen where he came off the The dental hacks had a booth like like it was awesome The basically the the people came off the main stage at this beer summit and then like walk into our booth and we so we got to like. We got to talk to them right. After they came off the stage. I was pretty awesome joining me. Dr rob ritter rob. How're you doing. I'm great thank you for asking and it's great to be back as usual I i really enjoy spending time with you. So it's always a pleasure to be able to just chat with you for a for whatever time we have all i can say is every time which at the hour goes by so fast i looked down. I can't believe we've chatted for an hour and now it does now. Interestingly last week robert nigh in literally moments ago just had another technical glitch robin. I tried this this episode. We recorded the entire episode. And some others a glitch in the recording and that is that's the podcast in me goes. Yeah that's like pretty normal. That's like part of the course basically. So we're going to give this another try and what's really interesting is. The timing was interesting last time too because like a year or five years prior to the recording did to the day we had done a podcast or put out a podcast. Where rob and jason and i were talking about The nobility of being restorative dentist without a lot of the specialty aspects in. I'll put a link in the show notes to that episode in rob. Made me feel like you know what you don't have to do all this. But i'm going to before we get into that i do. I want to ask you a little bit about lake lap. When we talked last time last week you had literally just finished up with another Another basically edition. Of course you and chris ramsey your partner put together the protocol and i want and i really did. I enjoy hearing about it. What how are you feeling a week out after your your protocol. The last protocol. Well thanks for asking. I feel a lot better today. Because i had a day off to relax. Yeah i cannot believe. It's been a week since the course. It went really really well. The responses we've gotten from everybody involved are so fulfilling for me when i decided to come up with this whole process and put this course together. I really didn't know if anybody tells you when they do something like this that they knew exactly what it was going to be in house gonna turn out. I don't think. I don't think the being honest with you..

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

The Dental Hacks Podcast

03:20 min | 4 months ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast

"Network asking. I you take a group of very dental people. Then you add some interesting topics. And a few microphones finally add some laughs and colegio. Good cheer and you get. The group function podcast. Hello very dental people. And welcome to another episode of the group. Function podcast That's the podcast where it's a roundtable podcast. So we have multiple guests joining me and without further ado. I'm going to introduce them. We have with both these guys have been on the podcast over the years. We have dr robert. Or dr chris ramsey. And they're in the same room and they're eating chick-fil-a so i show you guys. This segment has been sponsored by chick-fil-a. Unofficially of course. Yeah yeah well. I'll i. We'll get on. We'll get that's for sure so before we started. We were talking about iran out quickly to the border and had taco bell and figure that these guys would probably have like filet mignon or something for lunch but no chiefly so yup exactly so sometimes you might think. Return ramsey are are sort of sort of on a pedestal. but they're just regular people just like the rest of us are salt of the earth irregular. Okay so the last time. I talked with ritter. You guys were just launching your first guys just finished the renovation of of your place in jupiter florida and so before i even ask about the class. How are you guys like. I don't know that you've been even working when i talked to last. Or how is everything the renovation turning on us is it is it all yoked to it'd be it's done it's complete now. Yeah and you know like everything else. It was a work in progress. Took awhile and It really came out better than i had hoped. It's it's really a combination of many years of of what we wanted to do what we wanted to portray and even more so. I think it's such an inviting environment that when people show up to this office now they know what they're coming for and is a great reflection of what we've tried to do over the last twenty years and it really represents quite well. Don't you think yeah a hundred percent. I think the thing that question. I get the most was people would say you. While does beautiful already. It was but if you really slow down a looked at it it was dated. And i don't mean this disrespectfully but as most dental offices are my time a dentists realize. Hey maybe i should update it their way too late. You know notice you ever notice that like you'll go to go to a a show and they have all the new cool decor out in there. It looks really great and you realize that no matter what the decor is i'll give it five years and it's always gonna look old. It's funny that you said that. Because when robert i decided what we wanted to accomplish here we wanted to do elements that would be some a little bit more timeless. Yeah okay so just just before. I even digging. Tell me. tell me how 'cause that's a hard. That's a hard thing to hit. That's a hard targeted sometime. What do you feel like was going to hold up. Timeless white i. I've i've seen photos. I'll put the instagram of both these guys on the show. Notes it's spectacular..

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on Lew Later

Lew Later

05:14 min | 5 months ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on Lew Later

"Been much talked about talked about many times that eventually someone would be sitting in that spot right there. Because i don't know man. We publish a lot of episodes but i the goal was always to meet people have conversations like oh yeah. There's there's that guy that's peter mackinnon. What's up man. There is now we did have in the past. We had dave lee. Come on. But i screwed the whole thing up. Chatter chatter chatter. Messed it up. And so my goal here today is to give you the room. You need to breathe my goal here. Today is to let people know about who peterman canonise feel so honored. Because i feel the people they need to know. I mean. i'm happy for them to know. So why don't we kick it off with how it all started back You wanna go onto youtube man. What happened by accident. I always tell me. I was video. Guy yeah. I used to think youtube. I was like. That's not where artists go Artists go of elitist. Yeah so i just thought it was better resolution that you i was nicer. The graphics look more modern and updated. Then i didn't pay my subscription one year and they held all my videos hostage gone leaders. Those cool artists types also gangsters. But you have a bunch of like private videos and stuff up there and literally if you don't pay your subscription. they're like if you want to access your stuff again. You gotta pay us rain as like. Oh i don't want to do that. Mine said you should just you want someone the key word i remember him specifically saying if you want people to actually see what you're making put it on youtube. I guess that was some good advice. Would you say yeah worked out. Shout out friend. Chris ramsey old guy. You know what. I'd love to have him on l. guy he'd be here in a minute and you put us in touch. Absolutely look at that because there's another toronto guy. How about you shadow. Toronto church ronnie's from montreal. Oh but he's here a lot and Yeah one of my good friends. We still collaborate on stuff. I'm calling them every day. We face time all the time and he really Took this puzzle thing to the next level. I neri new puzzles could be like this media to show chris ramsey is my kids love his videos so they will get a kick out of it as well. Yeah maybe could bring one over here solvent and i could fail to solve it because it looks like i mean is quite a thing yeah. So how'd you get hooked up with him. Or how did you so. Chris and i are both magicians and we worked for a company that created magic and sold magic to other magicians crazy. This is ridiculous story so he could come up with tricks lease tricks off different artists by the rights off tricks for different artists design products exit cards. I think actually the company sent you one way back in the day. Is this fires flame thrower. He's going to wrist mounted flame. Thrower thing okay. Yes yes anyway. We company came up with that and we were just make magic and sell it to the masses. And that's the one yeah there. It is four years addressed mounted flame thrower young lou right there. That's me but if you few less grey hairs in a beard over there and just playing with what was it called pyro. Yeah pyro mini. That was the small one pyro mini. Yeah conceal that under on your wrist bam. Tsa second here way justice second blowing your mind you were..

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

05:53 min | 6 months ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on Uncommon

"But then for the purpose of this podcast. I'm not sure if business and maybe they wanna hear a relationship expert better health expect talk about so maybe that thinks it's it's definitely a good point because i try and the fact that people pessimistic about saying it was shaw. Small business questions A good thing for me. I like polarize people. Either way I grade the so many interviews. You listened to and you get no questions about like childhood. Dipersed purse law for any. It doesn't become a real compensation comes very driven so a very good point very rapid fire questions to finish things off morning and evening routine without the clock. It flows Right now relatively minimal. I'm doing a six weeks day. Talks of caffeine. Mutated alcohol games at a bunch of other things so I listen to a lot of podcasts and audiobooks in the morning and at night. That's that's usually what i'm doing. Maybe read my little daily a little vision board kind of thing that i have that i look at and what about evening. What are you doing it not usually just listening to podcasts and audiobooks. Yeah so you don't watch much tv. Or when i'm not doing a day. Talks i obsessively watch youtube. Which is why i. For whatever reason. I love watching people play video games on youtube so satisfying to me and i have to ban a seven point because it just starts get in the way it might slight what. What was the game of choice in the loss. Six months that. I'm watching a game that came out in nineteen ninety nine could heroes minded magic trae out of it. Why why. that's the amount of complexity in the decision making and just watching someone play. It's like it's like. I'm constantly watching someone solve a puzzle and actually like what people solve puzzles as. Well like chris ramsey's good channel is but for this i i i understand the rules of the game and then to just watch some play. It in a way that i could imply is very satisfying for me. I don't know why it's funny. You mentioned that his i remember. It was a channel that i was watching. Hape some called mr puzzle. This german guy got any discussions these. Yeah yeah these really complex puzzles.

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

03:48 min | 7 months ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on Doin it! with Danny and Jenny

"The funniest thing I saw last night which was The Last Dance parody on SNL that was really quite. Oh, my gosh, Eddie Gardner. Oh my God, absolutely slayed. And that Keagan was so funny, Chris Ramsey killed it. God damn good. And it really liked about is if he doesn't watch. It's about the that documentary talking about what I mean. Jordan edited Michael. Jordan person named Jordan, was it just was like an exaggerated that's its cruelest outcome possible and I don't want to ruin. Oh, so far so good. Yeah. The clip in the Last Dance that security guy that had ever had just become like the like unsung hero of that 10 hour of him. Beating Jordan at throwing a quarter against a wall who could get to the closest. And he does his shoulder shrug. Like I don't know, they made an entire sketch about that dead. Jordan getting shot. Yeah, I would Keegan was great in that. I think it was so confused when passing of that too. Of course my four kids and my hopes were super high because he this is what he is, he is a improv sketch performer and he did not disappoint man. I mean you know writing is still an issue on that show but he was I think there is any issue that is had is probably because you've got Lauren who's probably whispering in their ear. You'll be gone in five minutes if you don't meet up, it's not. It doesn't seem like I used to work off. So, what anything else you've been watching? Before we wrap up here, which only, let's see, what if I watched it was good. Do you have anything else they started watching? Let's do it. It's really funny. All my friends would tell you. But I was watching Dana Gould and my friend. Rob Cohen and directed them but hanging with Dr. Z on YouTube kids, doctors wage. Gets dressed up exactly like dr. Zaius from Planet of the Apes, the 1970 and he has a clunk go all references to like 70 stars and and people like that and it is really God. They have funny. I think they're each like like seven minutes. Long range was like, and they're so good. So I would recommend hanging with doctors a hanging with doctors a perfect. I will check that out. I'm still, I told my mom, I got her hooked up on Apple TV. I got like one of those free trial thing. That's my mama. I don't know that I talked about this show, but she just plowed through it last week, which was the morning show. Everybody tells me. I get like, I watched the first two and I was like nah quietly. Press four people said account better. Now I thought it was. I always hold off on watching shows that have anything to do with working in news because I did that. And when you when it's off, That you've done and you watch a show like that you're like, this is not how it actually happens. Like that was no, there was plenty of things watching it that I, you know, couldn't help but roll my eyes up. Yeah. But it's Steve carrell's performance and he's he's Matt Lauer. I mean, they don't say it. I go this, right? It's always good. So yeah, I just I thought that the way that it was the way that they did that was really good and and I I don't know, I thought this thought the show was good also because Ted lasso is on Apple. I have two jobs even though it's another person's podcast with my friend, Brett Goldstein, who plays Roy can't on Tab a. So I just did his podcast which was called films..

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Yes anything you can get away from. The tax man like pension contributions a pre-tax and cycle to work and salary sacrifice. Anything you can skim off before the tax man gets his grubby hands on all your money and we have to pay taxes obviously on slide graduating the better so that is well worth looking into the british adventure and guinness world record holder. Chris ramsey is going to be the first person in the world to drive an electric car from pole to pole. Now chris in this podcast many times in the past is a good guy and he's new adventure is going to be in sign according to the herald in scotland. The first time anyone driven from the south pole to the north pole. And chris believes it's the ideal way to highlights what visa capable of in the most extreme climates and funny enough announcing this next adventure off the extremely on. He launched last weekend after four years in the planning pole to pole will start next year crystal drives seventeen thousand miles in fourteen countries from the south pole to magnetic. We'll bring you much more on that as we get closer. And of course we'll cover kris jenner day by day when he finally does it driving evey from poulsbo. That is mega. Wish him all the luck on that and more to come a question of the week with norway dot com. What do you want to see your favorite comic launch which they have an you can email me hollywood. Evening news daily dot com. I'll read them out on sunday.

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With Heather at the Phoenix plant and Angela at the Scottsdale plant. Since the 19 sixties, the semiconductor industry knowingly exposed thousands of workers to toxic chemicals and heavy metals, most of which are known to cause serious birth defects. Other was born with a speech impediment. She's Death, and she is intellectually impaired. And when Angela was born, she had terrible palsy. The law firm of Plattner verte, Ronnie fights for parents who worked in the industry, the time of their pregnancy and their Children who suffer from severe brain damage and deformity. Because of the negligence of these corporations being native American, they weren't able to participate in a lot of the Children, dances and cultural things growing up because of their conditions. The law firm of Plattner Valderrama can help. Call 1833 55 Toxic 1833 55 Toxic. That's 1833 55 toxic Got 15. Steam at Triple 8 22 piece. Chris Ramsey personality is my co host today opened phones a triple 88255 2 to 5. Time to put 2020 that freaking dumpster fire of a year in a rear view mirror. If you are ready to own 2021 that you're coming up and actually accomplish your goals with your money, your career your life. We got a plan..

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What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

BrainStuff

06:18 min | 1 year ago

What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

"Even before. It became a popular way to while away the hours days and weeks during isolation putting together. Jigsaw Puzzles was a favourite family activity. But did you know that? Jigsaw Puzzles have their origin in education. Sir John Spills Berry an English engraver and map maker in the mid. Seventeen hundred is credited with creating the first jigsaw puzzle in seventeen seventy six by attaching a map of the world to a piece of wood then cutting the country's out teachers used the maps to teach geography to their students and a recreational activity was born spills berry would hardly recognize his creation today in the early part of the twentieth century. Jigsaw Puzzles were used as marketing tools often given away or sold for mere pennies today companies. Still use puzzles for creative marketing. Take Kodak for instance. It's selling what it. Claims is the quote world largest jigsaw puzzle. We HAVE TO ADMIT. This thing is pretty huge. The fifty one thousand three hundred piece puzzle features twenty-seven injuries from around the world and when completed measures twenty eight point five feet by six point. Two five feet. That's eight point six meters by one point nine meters and this beast costs more than four hundred dollars but all due respect to the Kodak Jigsaw puzzle. The world's largest jigsaw puzzle by surface area. According to Guinness World Records was put together in Dubai in July of twenty eighteen. The puzzle was an honor of the year of Ziyad a year long tribute to the founding father of the United Arab Emirates. The late Shahid there are more than twelve thousand pieces in the puzzle which was an image of Zayed the official record size measured sixty five thousand nine hundred and five point one seven square feet which is six thousand one hundred twenty two point six eight square meters putting together. Jigsaw puzzles is a Greek group activity but one thousand six hundred students of the University of Economics Ad Hoc Human City in Vietnam took it to the next level. When they completed the jigsaw puzzle with the most pieces on record five hundred fifty one thousand two hundred and thirty two to be exact when it was finished the puzzle measured just over. Forty eight by seventy six feet about fourteen by twenty three meters. It took the students seventeen hours to create the massive puzzle which featured a lotus flower with six petals. But what about the hardest jigsaw puzzle? Ever it contains only nine pieces and it's called the puzzle nine it was designed by Asaka. It includes a small board. The nine pieces include right angles and curved edges. That fit together in several combinations. Think Tetris but way harder. The challenge is getting the last piece to fit. It's nearly impossible to fit all the pieces on the board. It took Chris Ramsey a magician video creator and master puzzle or two hours nine minutes to solve the ice nine and by his own description. He was completely exhausted. By the end of the experience. You Sokha created another equally. Difficult puzzle called the Jigsaw Puzzle. Twenty nine the challenge here is to fit twenty nine pieces into a five by five inch. That's twelve by twelve centimeter trae. It comes with five corner pieces. Just let that sink in. Then there's the largest hand cut wooden jigsaw puzzle Guinness record held by Dave Edmunds England. Who created a forty thousand seven hundred sixty three piece puzzle celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee the puzzle which featured thirty-three Images of Jubilee celebrations was twenty by eight feet? That's six by two and a half meters. When completed though it collapsed soon after Evans completed it took him and force. More than sixteen days to rebuild the puzzle and move at Sandringham where it went on display and was confirmed as the Guinness World record holder. We spoke by email with Caitlin vesper records manager with Guinness World Records North America. She said one of the main criteria for all Guinness World Records titles is that they must be breakable. Every record titled S- monitored is open to being challenged which allows for all kinds of record breaking opportunities all over the world. The Guinness record for most Jigsaw puzzle pieces tattooed on the human body belongs to the aptly named enigma. Sometimes known as Paul Laurence. Who'S A sideshow performer? Actor musician originally from Seattle in two thousand eleven enigmas set the record for having two thousand one hundred twenty three puzzle pieces tattooed on his body from head to toe in no word on whether anyone comes close to second but many puzzle records are held by companies such as the record for the largest spherical jigsaw puzzle. It measured fifteen point seven feet. That's four point. Seven seven meters in circumference and it was made by unit industrial limited in Hong Kong and featured scene from Winnie the Pooh vesper said brands and businesses. Come to US looking to harness the power of record-breaking to commemorate anniversaries and celebrations or to highlight the launch of a new product. Whole communities can come together to attempt to record to a like in March of two thousand nineteen when more than one thousand seven hundred people formed the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece on record a I. The record raised awareness for autism spectrum disorder. The puzzle pieces the symbol for the autismspeaks organization. Vesper explained each Guinness World. Records title has a set of guidelines. That must be followed. The record for the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece is a great example to highlight. This is considered one of our largest human image categories and the idea is to have a group of people gathered together to form a recognizable image. We define a jigsaw puzzle piece as an oddly shaped interlocking and Tessa leading piece designed to be part of a larger picture. The human image to be created would need to be instantly recognizable as a puzzle piece and not an entire puzzle. This record title can be broken if another group creates same image with a larger group of people. Anybody up for the challenge.

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

15:10 min | 1 year ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"Your lips and experimental instruments inside the Trina and now I'll show podcast by blizzard. Fan know about world of warcraft. And geeky stuff. I promise you they do talk about the world of warcraft. They just go off the rails sometimes. Well I'm friendly. I am joined by longtime listener but first time guest Lucas Valley. How are you doing great? It's it's funny in the pre show. I don't like to call out the pre show too much. People feel like they missed out but it is funny. You called back. Things in my memory scares me. Sometimes I don't know how it's going to be today because I've been up for seventeen thousand hours today but we'll see like a old God or something that's been alive or like I'm looking at some of these creatures in bastion and like they've been like I've been awake for so long I've been alive. You're just like how they have to like. I know somebody needs to get them some Z. Quillet A nap. Yes I can imagine if I'm longer than sixteen hours in a day I just can't function. I have to go take a nap. I this morning I was watching a thing on youtube and I it was an interesting one on phantoms and doll gas fandom drama but I was enduring it. I'm just listening to this person's voice and I fall asleep. Like oh I gotTa Rewind. Think oops let me take that back. Like forty five minutes. I'd what is it. I don't even know data's it was even Harry Potter fiend and drama. And let me tell you that. Was there some juicy T- in that and most of it's caused by the writer not GonNa go there but you know what time it is Before that though as times go around the table I think sanity. What time is it. It's time to go around the table right idea. Somebody would have recently Let's see in game. I have been taking full advantage of the X. P. Buff that blizzard magically gave us at just out of nowhere. It's out of the kindness of their. Who like who knew like anything going on or were all stuck inside. You know who knows? Yeah I've been taking full advantage of the XP buff and I decided to challenge myself and level a character in a class. I've never played before so. I chose a voltaire rogue. I usually stick to cloth classes casters. It's very different play style paying melee and really liked it. It's been a lot of fun so I got that one to a one twenty yesterday the day before yesterday. That's pretty much all I've been doing game is just leveling that character outside of game. It's a little different but you know I have been playing a lot of animal crossing though that has been like the biggest time suck ever in everyone. I is enthralled by it. It's crazy. I was just on twitter earlier. Is Elijah Wood trending? He had gone in. Visited some random person's island to to sell turn-up since I was like. Oh come on like this game is everywhere and it's incredible. You think it's so simple in the very beginning. And then you it's just you get sucked in and next thing. You know seven hours later and you out. Tom nook seventy five thousand bells. Or you're just sitting there and like for me right now. I'm waiting for museum to upgrade. So it's another twenty four hours of waiting for me to turn into fake art. I just bought from pirate so this this whole you bought the game need an turn it into life did it didn't apart from gaming it's been an interesting week for me. I for the first time in six years if you follow me on twitter. You've seen me talk about it. I finally have a new violin. It's taken me forever to get one but I had some unfortunate issues a few years ago and had to sell my instruments medical bills now I finally have one and it feels so good to have an instrument in my hands again. You can't even tell you violence interesting instrument. I played it when I was in fourth grade. I've actually still got it. I've not played it so I'm afraid opened up. I really like like some Mike moth living in it. And it's also probably this big in your hands But Yeah it's a fun instrument. It's very difficult to play. I kinda cringe when people tell me like what you said you played it when you're in fourth grade that's a good age to start but don't start when I did that. No it's just too bad and I love the sound of in how versatile it is. You can be my favorite instrument but it is the one I I started with when I was younger so I am so glad to have it back. I missed it way more than I even thought I did. Took it to my mom's house and I was like. Hey Mom look I got. She was like. Oh my gosh. So everybody's excited as I am for it so it's it's awesome. That's pretty much been my week. Nice a lot of really gets to before we go on. Let me just look up this person that you have linked to because even also binge-watching. Oh yes see look at that. You're reminding me there's this collection of youtube channels out of I WANNA say China specifically but they're they're all over Asian countries of these really talented incredible women running around collecting materials from their environment. Usually get stuff that they grow themselves and they show you the whole process from beginning to end. And then they harvest the the the food and then they they make it into something or they weave it into cloth or they spin yarn out of wool that they share themselves ms sheep that they grew from infantry and insane videos. But they're all like I say a real-life Amr Amar because it's got very little talking very little audio except for like a very light soundtrack. And whatever sounds are making as. They're doing what they're doing. And it's incredible to watch but I find it very relaxing and I've sort of been binging a ton of these videos and it's perfect background noise for crossing not GonNa lie but I find that interesting that you been been watching because I have found Chris Ramsey and I had no clue who the person was like solving this incredible puzzle in like twenty minutes and then I talk with Baz that Chris. Ramsey's magician who collects card decks and what he started to do on Youtube. Is He solve. These puzzles I almost like Oh. This poll cosmic twenty thousand dollars. I waiting for him to be like this puzzle. Caught me a million dollars. But he does these videos there so relaxing and he has like his talking to the audience. But in a nice convoy had he's learning the puzzle and there's this nice music in the background. I have been watching these so long and falling asleep to watching so I know that yeah amazing what you find that that will put you to sleep. Yeah completely unintentional. You're watching your like. Oh this is awesome and the next thing you know. It's like the next day the sun's out and you're late for a meeting but one thing that actually doesn't put me honestly. I'm bringing this up because you had mentioned it. And My brother-in-law mentioned it is. I got happy light on Saturday. And I have it set monitor and I have it kind of positioned toward my my workstation. So it's not I asked me but it's it's my I see and I've been putting off for about an hour a day. It's been helping. I feel like I'm getting sunlight and it was like thirty. I figured hey I'll try it out. Fantastic items I. I've had one for years. I use it mostly in the winter. My work schedule has been coming into work. Usually when it's dark outside than I leave when it's dark outside and as you can see behind me. I met Office at the office right now. these are blackout curtains. We don't get sunlight in here at all so I spent most of my day without it so in the winter it gets really bad and get that seasonal affective disorder. Yeah so I've had one for years to help deal with that. It's their incredible. I I really couldn't live without it. To be honest does wonders for your mood. Oh it does But one thing that doesn't do wonders for the good way is a mortgage. You can't because like when I've been flying at my watch has been saying you might need to take a breather. Because whenever I start getting too excited I get a breed medication on my watch some. I've been playing again the dark descent. I never beat it. I got past the CARNAC the first time and I decided I wanted to start playing and this week I beat Amnesia and congratulate. That was experience. There are times I think I personally. I can't play games like that when I get nervous. I forget to breathe so I I'll sit there and I'll be like how tense up and I'll forget to breathe and I just I can't function I can't do it so I I watch people like you play them. They're amazing to watch So as the little screams in in twitch Oh yes I've got screams that kept them going be putting in before the October stuff. Because it's like over. I'm going to hunker down and it might not be a lot of playing in this in October because I'm going to play a lot more horror games. Be those screams and you all do it perfectly like when I'm at a moment where it's like very calm and I'm like okay. I can relax all of a sudden you will put a screaming. What what Oh. Yeah it's like your little hot pepper alarm even catches me off guard sometime. Look a little secret on the hoverer alarm is name. Co The car. My I when the light changes on on the screen so I can then up even more I can. I can just go all out. So you're acting. I see you're a professional right. Yeah trying to and I need to work on my reactions with spices because sometimes more. I'm just caught off guard by the spice but I need to go like now taking to eleven razz France to eleven. So that's just Tuesday. Okay cool I'll take it. Well you know what I took to eleven in. Wow what's that guest? So I was playing the on Alpha and I am loving it I. It is randomized. The first one was a spider. Dan and I fell off and I don't know if they fixed it but I I found out that in tour gassed you die by being thrown off a cliff accounts two deaths so I think it was was it might have been heat or somebody. They said like it. That frazee didn't hear about that dying. I love that Fazli found out by firsthand experience. Well of course you did. I mean you're constantly trying to test the limits of gravity so life is a physical experience. It really is now one thing. That is my favorite spell and I think all of shadowlands is when you're going to tour guest you can get this thing called bloated fodder. It is a spell that you can pick up while you're in there that they are these little Marat's and I think it's a pun on mallrats. I I think I think somebody. There is Kevin Smith van undoubtedly everywhere. Yes Oh and we learned today that that the people that are the new neighbor Champions Mall Walker. So we're we're GONNA have a lot of mall walking this extension. GonNa go to the Mall. Later we go. There's plenty of room in my car top in. Yeah and we'll go up and there's a food court at the mall there is there is here. You can get crunchy spider legs. I'm not sure yes new some little noggin. Fugger stand you. Just grab a few it. It'll be fine. Nobody will ever know the difference in this. This bloated fodder spell what it does is the mall. Rats does this little enemies and they're kind of just like smaller ads. Well if you get the spell and you can keep adding and adding to fodder. You can take out lead. Mobs one of these. I mean it is a personal rat. Bomb tortoises is so cool. I can't wait to get in there honestly I I. That's probably the biggest thing I'm most excited about for shadowlands. Oh Yeah I mean today when I went to revenue breath and really enjoying the zone. It's going to be as covenant because I've played the bastion by doing because they're not an alphabet but readdress breath as ever. Since I saw it I was like yes whereas Lee is a Gothic gnome. Lord isn't like that just like it. I don't know why but it's weird. The positive awesome. I want to the land of Death. And like yeah. Look at US where we're hanging out with with where roles and we're like Dracula I MEAN OR CHAMBERLAIN LOOKS LIKE DRACULA. He does he does. I saw it earlier. I have a question though. Yes how can anybody see you there? Also big little nome. My size is the better to reach his neck and bite them for their blood Okay okay so it's a strategic item. Ici Okay exactly exactly but this episodes not about like what we've been doing this about you. Look and it's about who you are that there is that Oh me Oh okay well. Let's start with your gaming history. How did you get into gaming? Well I promised her as I would do this so picture it in one thousand nine hundred four. No just kidding. My gaming history started a lot like what most people's do. My Dad was. Always this tinkerer. He loved electronics. He loved everything machinery related and he had the type of mind where he could take anything apart. Put it back together and it would work. But somehow there'd still be like three or four missing pieces lying on the table next to him so it wasn't always one hundred percent but he brought home our first computer and it was commodore sixty four but I know that we got it in the early nineties so it was a little bit after I sat down one day. We didn't have a desk big enough for it so it was sitting on the floor in front of the living room table and I remember the keys. Were all different colors and that would be like what is this. What is this magic? I don't understand because the screen to be there and I would press a button and the letter would be there and I was like Whoa..

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Coronavirus cases are health care workers though they tended to be hospitalized at lower rates and other patients this is the first national data on how the pandemic is hitting doctors nurses and other health care professionals well breaking this afternoon getting a clear picture of what things might be like once the state home orders are lifted in California at a press briefing heard earlier today on KPK governor Gavin Newsom said that the post crisis California may not be so familiar to us we talk about what the new normal will look like as I said normal it will not be the governor says the pandemic will likely change how we engage in social activities like eating alley be having dinner with the waiter wearing gloves maybe a face mask dinner where the menu is disposable where the tables half of the tables in that restaurant no longer appear where your temperature is checked before you walk in to the establishment these are likely scenarios as we begin to process the next phase and next generation a lot of important details revealed this afternoon by the governor including a six step plan at two which on which to open reopen the state you'll hear more from governor Newsom is we go in depth that'll be at six seventeen here on news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. it's six oh three now the Internal Revenue Service has started issuing stimulus checks to taxpayers to help weather the economic impact of the corona virus pandemic most checks being deposited by tomorrow but for some those checks might not become in for months and get the case might blunt has this report taxpayers with direct deposit information already on file with the IRS are likely to receive their stimulus money first the Chris Ramsey a senior analyst with financial website magnify money says some Americans could be looking as far ahead as July or longer more hearing even longer than that in some cases.

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"To help each other as they deal with the corona virus a pandemic on CNN's state of the union Gator offers encouragement by saying there is an end to this and that personal protective equipment or PPE ease are on the way have been distributed they've been distributed all over the past couple weeks did shipping today they'll ship tomorrow we find more and more mastership because we have developing great partnerships with the with the commercial sector out there through donations ramping up production she admits also that life will be painful but says following the steps put out by the trump administration will help mitigate the pandemic the international Olympic committee the IOC he says it will consider postponing this summer's Olympic Games in Tokyo because of the corona virus pandemic in a statement issued earlier today the IOC also said that a number of different scenarios will be discussed with officials including the committee organizing the Tokyo games the committee expects talks to wrap up in four weeks this summer games are currently scheduled to begin on July twenty fourth the FDA is authorizing the use of the first rapid diagnostic test that could detect covert nineteen in just about forty five minutes the test will begin shipping next week according to the California based company manufacturing the testing diver odd doctor David person he says a health care providers urgently need on demand diagnostic testing for real time management of patients who are being evaluated for admission to healthcare facilities with people told not to gather in large groups these days a worship service as in many cases are being put on hold ABC's Terry Alden or ask a clergy member in New Jersey what it means to him and his congregation the covert nineteen pandemic is a test of faith for houses of worship like Saint Anthony orthodox church in Bergenfield New Jersey our role is to pray for people and on behalf of the people other Michael Ebrahim says social distancing orders limit services to him altar servers and a challenger there live streaming but he says it isn't the same have to give communion and unfortunately nobody will be there father Michael says it's a test of faith even for the most part I'm Mary Alden or ABC news senior citizens are facing a dual threat these days they are most vulnerable to the corona virus but also very vulnerable to social isolation which could be a public health crisis in itself here's more from CBS's Nancy chan mark Merritt director of the nonprofit to wrote its entire mission is preventing social isolation among senior citizens with both on site programs in home visits but Kohli nineteen is most deadly to the elderly and those with underlying health issues we were having thousands of volunteers visiting with seniors in their homes although they're doing a tremendous service we're also putting the seniors at great risk according to a study sponsored by the AARP foundation a quarter of the country senior citizens call themselves socially isolated about eighteen percent of adults sixty five and older here in the US currently live alone eight south five thirty seven we are waiting for a live press conference any minute now from president trump at the White House with an update on covert nineteen make sure you keep it right here on WBZ newsradio for complete coverage will bring you to the White House with a live press conference gets underway from the White House with Mr trump talking about the latest on Kobe to nineteen time now for some business news here's an update from Bloomberg if you're trapped at home hunkered down during the corona virus crisis working on a puzzle maybe something to keep you occupied while you're not actually working or when you're tired of streaming videos and the jigsaw puzzle business was never like this and what is kind of response to are connected lifestyle these days some companies are stepping up with high end puzzles and they don't come cheap stave puzzles a tiny company that cuts all of its puzzles by hand the charges three hundred to ten thousand dollars depending on the number of pieces and they're not only expensive but incredibly challenging a lot of them have straight edges because usually people put puzzles together that's what they work from and then they throw in puzzle pieces that don't fit Bloomberg's David Leonard you too puzzle expert Chris Ramsey has a few favorites one is Kara Kory handcrafted three D. puzzles from Japan another is pop lock designed by Raniere pop it looks like a simple lock but aficionados claim it's the best and most difficult puzzle lock ever made I'm Steve potus Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio.

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Researchers say more than three hundred thousand people have been infected with the virus it now reaches a hundred sixty eight nations and regions around the world and that is built for pharaoh reporting the United Nations says lockdowns and panic buying during the corona virus pandemic could trigger a worldwide food inflation the U. S. food and agriculture organization says a crisis could happen even though there are ample supplies of staple grains and oil seeds and key exporting nations a senior you any economist says that the problem was not a supply issue but it was more about a behavioral change over food security the corona virus outbreak having a significant effect on the airline industry CBS news correspondent but Michigan with the latest the airline industry is not only dealing with a mass of lots of flights and passengers an impending layoffs there have been temporary shutdowns of air traffic control towers it happened Saturday at the New York City and Philadelphia airports because as of corona related staffing issues the suspension was initially expected to last for hours it was rescinded after thirty minutes earlier in the week towers were temporarily closed in Las Vegas Chicago's midway and new York's Kennedy airport canceling more than a thousand flights and United Airlines is threatening a massive employee layoffs furloughs or pay cuts if Congress does not pass a coronavirus economic relief package by the end of this month Chinese health officials say that they have not had a home grown coronavirus infection for three straight days that might give some hope to the rest of the world that's now battling this virus there were five new cases reported yesterday but all from people who are traveling to the country it was supposed to be the vacation of a lifetime and then the coronavirus brought tragedy to one British couple pretense can and Kimberly Phyllis and went off to the Indonesian holiday island of Bali just as the corona virus pandemic hit only ten is coming home his fifty two year old wife who was diabetic caught the corona virus and died in an Indonesian hospital she said she loved me you know we exchanged out for a few minutes teens are one another's on his hands and listened says he's lost half of himself Vicki Barker CBS news London it is five thirty eight on WBZ newsradio coming up is sports and also of course more on this pandemic where are we on the progress of this trillion dollar coronavirus stimulus package will be getting to that as well coming up in just a bit but first here's a look at business if you're trapped at home hunkered down during the corona virus crisis working on a puzzle maybe something to keep you occupied while you're not actually working or when you're tired of streaming videos and the jigsaw puzzle business was never like this and what is kind of response to our connected lifestyle these days some companies are stepping up with high end puzzles and they don't come cheap stave puzzles a tiny company that cuts all of its puzzles by handed charges three hundred to ten thousand dollars depending on the number of pieces and they're not only expensive but incredibly challenging a lot of them have straight edges because usually people put puzzles together that's what they work from and then they throw in puzzle pieces that don't fit Bloomberg's David Leonard you too puzzle expert Chris Ramsey has a few favorites one is Kara Kory handcrafted three D. puzzles from Japan another is pop lock designed by Raniere pop it looks like a simple lock but aficionados claim it's the best and most difficult puzzle lock ever made I'm Steve potus Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston news radio it is five forty and twenty eight degrees in Boston sports is next asthma symptoms can attack anywhere like on a city street now you can get fast relief anywhere with new improved private team missed the only FDA approved as well available over the counter.

"chris ramsey" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness

Comfort in Death and Darkness

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness

"Me Me Me Me To who so I guess Right so he would go apple podcasts. Such I tunes. Bullhorn Breaker Kaas box Castro. Google podcasts iheartradio luminary overcast. FM POCKET COSTS PODGY pod. Bean pod Knife Radio Republic spotify stitcher various android APPs actually sees and the IRS feed. I like most of that was in Alphabetic Florida. Yes it was His really weird all right. So you know how podcasts work be dull up and you can download right. He has a really we had at one bullhorn. The second one said Yeah. You don't actually have to have an in. That connection will listen to it. You get a phone number call the phone number and can listen to a podcast through the phone. Call for the amazing that in my friends I really WanNa try a there is an APP. Obviously where you can do the traditional thing download and listen over the stream and listen but so you can actually call the podcast. Yeah and that is insanely such a good idea PA and the show whereas psych that can go back to if theralac feeling lowly. Hallo are you all right. Yeah all right as asa sounds iphone compensation but that reminds me if you go Guan Our social media. We'll send you the link on how to buy private voicemail messages and we'll record those few. Hello Hello this is Shaun from combatant darkness. I now it's easiest. Jody Oxnard can do as a woman. So yeah we're all we're on all of those podcast APPs I myself listened to. I always tons narcissistic but I always listen to our show just just in case of left any Like flips in there which have in the past. And I go back edit the show and reload Which is which I look the podcast host that we use paying cast? I love that because I don't have to take a short down to re upload because I can just swap out the MP three and I love that But I personally listen on Google. podcasts is very simple APP. But it's very annoying because ECON batch download edit so edit batch downloaded elite so hey charlie what podcast do use non what I don't listen to podcast and this was embarrassed because he like us out of Isis horrible horrible. And there's a reason you'll everyone's favorite. I seen the episode. 'cause I'm not funny. I'm the thick one. That's why you send the listen to my porno I really want to listen to go. The Rosie Ramsey in Chris Ramsey too great podcast. You can listen to that. PODCAST ON APPLE PODCASTS. I have apple podcast. podcast really as podcast up. An all people use spotify now is what drove. If it took as long ago a work I would probably listen to something like that. But she takes me like five ten minutes partners and then on a nighttime. It'll read like if I want to listen to me Skopje. Music much muffins see watch just said they. I literally do the exact opposite when I was driving to your house tonight. I why I don Aucoin explained this new song and then I was like I kind of listen to music right now of God listening to a podcast. So I finished. I find it with podcasts. Call just because it was an amazing podcast. She finished it on the wheelhouse. When I drive back down to London I will? I promise I will listen to an episode. Just one yokels detri- listener at once and then that was like cringe at myself. But y'all the only one listen to listen to in a group. No but I mean like I know that people are no listen to it now because they're like 'cause I'll mentioned it in Pasta and the audio podcast where you and I can do podcast. What's called Tau listen to it and then I'm like Oh shit and then I have to tell them and then I feel really embarrassed thing that everyone listens now so the podcast? I was listening to is called. Monsters Zodiac killer way more information than the movie and the book ever you haven't seen Zodiac fell asleep. It's a fantastic movie. Even if it might be slightly tainted got listened to that Holocaust everytime ahead so jack interesting interesting if when you asked me if I was listened got Charlie typing on phone as as me so so join just taking home. Now at the end of this movie Charlie Literal Zombie noises coming from the typist. And and me do just zone out completely whenever I'm Dalton dear That's the phone locker. Put the phone down. What blank-faced what let me say move while I was like what did I just see you and Do you want to what's the end Zodiac. We weren't watching Izzo Deok. I can't say that don't make you weren't even watching anything with Zad in the name. Just because I said zoned Glad we had such lofty the night watching block Meriden if anyone watches blackwater like Alex Wanders. One does this point. I'm quite like I always like jake gets annoyed. And he's like I'll cut much anymore humanity after I watch it and then I'm like no I wanNA watch again so we came across episode called Crocodile yet. I Don t know crocodiles but anyways it's because of the screens. Yeah no the screens. Yeah I know the screens when the implant on the head open the screen. Yeah yeah because it was like a crocodile mouth is that why yes. I didn't translate and me one bit So there was a bit. I don't we shouldn't have said the title of Kazan should've just been like this is what happened. But if you WANNA Gotcha when I'm telling you what the tighter anyways this woman spider to do and this is at a woman and she goes and kills the woman who's investigated in her. It's an insurance claim. Yeah Butch Otter investigate her so that she goes and kills this woman's husband witnesses because then nobody can vouch that the woman who went to say and then she sees as a baby in the room but he has a baby she goes in. But you don't say it but she kills the baby as well but then they realized that the baby was actually blind so she didn't actually need to kill a baby she didn't know the baby's blind so then the only thing left in the room that could use the memory from from white so well what we thought was a hamster so we like snapchat. Everyone like Oh my God this hamsters telling everyone happened and then. EDS is the video. So I can put the oil in the podcast. We'll watch it again and realize it wasn't it was a guinea pig but like it was just really funny because Jake's laughs just hilarious. Let's just point this. Outdoor the technology of this episode means that they can play as an implant on the side of your head look at a TV screen. See what you saw during a certain period of time and they did that with a hamster Guinea Pig Guinea pig. She was howling howling. Like I actually was about the jokes in the hamsters members and then they did it. China is so many people in my friend was like he realized. That's a pretty picky idiot and I was a guest. Listen to the last snapchat Jacor breeze trying to see a Guinea pig. We can retraction Here's the audio actually. GonNa they need to Botch it. Retraction live my life imams and has loads of like cry laughing phases Bach as well when check out this stuff and then t people awake with like all my life is actually staff slash game. Can I say I have an infectious laugh I love how despite everything was spoken on this episode. Sort of what can still laugh. And that's what's important. Even though the world is full of Shit horrible people you can still laugh the whole podcast. Anyway right she would get out here right. Thank you of listening. Don't forget Rio Ria on Stitcher cheeser and I tunes and email and CDOT podcasts. Dot Com next time for their letter E. exactly absolutely and we will see all these. That's which that actually you do. The deep one onto the high WANNA. 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"chris ramsey" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"You get help same day in most areas now business owners love tackle as well use tackle the complement your existing work force and make you more productive tackler spelled T. A. K. L. and quite simply tackle has people where you don't these are approved providers ready to go up front pricing let you know what the chore will cost there no estimates no negotiating you to sign up order when you get it done tackle is cashless to you pay and tip right in the app download the tackle AB T. A. K. L. save fifteen percent off your first job when you use my name rush is the promo code ready for Wednesday night internationally baseball we're so glad you could be with us along with Mike Monaco Josh our pasar so basically to a series win in Durham this is the beginning series of the longest road trip all season for pet second it'll be ten games at four different cities and what a way it was still open last night the seventh seeded to dropping up during all sucks overall looking for a third win in a row they've got Josh Smith on the now that first they will deal with the big tall right hander yes I do mean big and tall this is Erin Slater's we saw quite a bit with Rochester over the past few years Slater's sixty Amy in six he should go at least the first four or five innings if he's able and then Austin expected to be back relieving Turkey's Hernandez chat daily Geren Chris Owings these are some hot hitters to offer the first inning against Slater's comes in with the win loss record of four and five but he's got a year rave about six and a half six point four five his twentieth outing and twelfth as a starter Durham has been stretching Slater's out of late and so he is ready to go at least those four five innings tonight's errant's Lakers given up ninety six it's in seventy four innings this year the league batting three fourteen against he's ready to work says Mike Monaco he's got to play by play that's a pretty good marks for the league against Lakers who fires the first pitch in her strike one mass falling the nine miles an hour to court eastern and as and were under way out twenty four hours after the pasar started their thrashing of durable last night pitch rides inside on the writing Hernandez and it's one and one seventeen runs last night tied a season high for the pasta twenty one hits for Pataki each count on a miss Slater's change speaks and he's at a Hernandez wanted to those twenty one hits the most for Pataki since the two thousand fourteen season here comes the one to to corky's swings and misses strike three a small upstairs in Hernandez strikes out and that is our parents Lakers begins his nine Charlie Roberts is the home plate umpire Chris Ramsey third and the crew chief she lives in smarter the nine in the first one away just getting things started in the top of the first inning and it brings up Chad daily Garrett two FOR six yesterday drove in a couple of run seventy six the first pitch fastball for strike one left hand hitting second baseman follows Hernandez by the way was three for six with one of the home runs yesterday on pitches one gonna grounded through the shift into right field to be sick and the postdocs have their first hit tonight in a pick up right where they left off last night a one out single for daily Gary to start things against Lakers we love to have ducks on the pond for these guys are coming out Boeing's and Casio two of the hottest hitters in the International League since the all star break both Chris Owings interest there Mike they've been hitting for a ton of power and driving in runs so nice to see that you've got to run a report detailing era when Chris comes up here one of the home runs last night and the first bits tune fastball details inside ball one ready on writing always gone up to a bit of a slow start dispersed board games with the pasas when he joined the team in June course he was with the Royals at the outset of this is shop down the third baseline past coaches by as the skipper Billy McMillan but since those first four games for Chris only zones is hitting three sixty seven sixty and overall with the talk of the three thirty three average and now a half dozen homers that's here to score lists for standing comes along one swings and misses to see fastball from Slater's near the knees and it's wanted to stocks are in their red tops tonight white paw Sox lettering across the front the White numbers along the banks chance for Pataki want to strike three knowing strikes down on a beautiful change up from parents Lakers punch outs among the first the last time he pitched was eats a lead on Thursday of last week he struck out eight batters in that game Mikey did take a loss he had the strike at team working for a guy uses big and intimidating of our presence is Erin slickers is he does not get a bunch of strikeouts is first bits to restate Casio comes inside on the right the ball one is like the right handed Randy Johnson sixty ten my goodness but he's never been an overpowering guy actually pitches to contact using history sitting around eighty eight eighty nine with his fastball choose in ball to no on Canisteo batting with a man at first two outs in the inning no score just yet as we get things started tonight in Durham tales inside three you know Casteel meanwhile Josh told me he's been hot as well how about a five hit game yesterday the second of his career and a couple of doubles low ball four it's a four pitch walk and Casteel reaches they're still on for the pasta X. your route to down and no score in the first inning Aaron slingers if you work extra specially careful to restate tonight watching the way that he hit everything hard to all parts of the ball park last night two men on base for Jansen witty who also had a big game on Tuesday three hits four runs driven in for Jansen to eighty two this year first it's just one on a job right near home plate he's got six homers this year he's got an OPS a little bit above the average at seven sixty one Lakers stand so tall on the now father Robert is a seven footer himself first Lakers gets the height is it first and second the patch is bounced emitter James the catcher block's it off the royal blue chest protector one.

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"I say magician, and you think what just a guy because it's usually a guy, right? Just a guy on a stage or something doing some kind of allusion. Oh, get with the twenty first century William because while yes prestigious nation is an ancient craft in this digital age. It has become a very modern business in fresh freshest journalists who wrote about magic, and then became a practitioner his new book on the industry is called. Magic is dead. Welcome to the program much have me Solarte far be it for me to quibble with an author about the title of his book. But magic is dead based on my reading this book seems not to be right, right. Is just is very much alive, but different than I think what a lot of people think it is. Yeah. I would think maybe the magic world you knew to assist is quite dead, or at least transformed quite dramatically for a long time. You know, magic kind of operated like a monarchy. You know, if you're coming up in the scene, you still had gatekeepers kings to impress and people to kind of. Asher, you up to the, you know, to to the top, you know, to these upper echelons, but now with social media with the internet with the accessibility of information. It's kind of transformed into a democracy. You know, people have their own voice, and they have control over their own image of what you are a good example. Right. Because you did not grow up as a kid saying, oh, I want to be a magician, right? No, definitely an hut. Never had a kiddie. Magic set. My mother was a poker player growing up. So you know, we had a little bit of deception in our blood that way, but I really wasn't into magic until two thousand fifteen when I stumbled upon Chris Ramsey who was a main character in my book on Instagram, and I'm looking at this guy, and I hit a YouTube channel as well. And I'm I'm checking them out on like this dude does not look like a magician. You know, he's wearing like the latest street wear and he had like a beard and a backwards hat and all these tattoos, the current crop of young magicians, they're not only progressing the craft, but also the brand of magician, which is what got me into the store. In the first place. Really? Yeah. Well, we'll get to you. How you got into it in a second. But I do want to talk about how magicians today, and you are net you have become now. One of them are one of you. I suppose. You gotta work at it. Right. It's social media. It's individual branding. It's all of that stuff. That is in a way part of the digital age for really old old craft. Right. You know to step back and kind of give a sense about how this all kind of works. Is that magicians for a very long time? They had kind of shared secrets, you know, behind the scenes through self published books or just by word of mouth. But once the internet came into play as a tool that they could use you had an explosion of of entrepreneurship people started developing online retail stores where you could develop magic tricks and sell them. And that's where I came into it in terms of creating in effect in selling in in the lingo of industry, right? You guys went from a B, two B enterprise business to business enterprise to a business to consumer enterprise. I mean, you invented a trick. And you you you have a YouTube trailer Ford for crying out loud. Yeah. It's quite interesting. You know, in the whole setup of this, you know, because I've reported on business, you know, as a as a working journalists, and I was really interested in how all these young magicians were not only using social media and the internet to kind of just put themselves out there. But they were creating these systems where these magic tricks or their new takes on on perhaps older effects could be disseminated and discovered by people who are maybe just getting into magic. There's there's dozens of websites were everyday normal. People can go online. And, you know, pay ten fifteen twenty bucks and Laura Hannity magic tricks, which democratize it, and that I suppose is good for you all because it gets you out there. And it gets you a new market as it were. But. Okay. Ready? Do you worry about losing the magic of magic? No. Because I think the magic of magic is people continuing to dig into it from a practitioners perspective, you know, you can go online, and you can use YouTube and learn, you know, I think magicians, although they guard their secrets they they really enjoy when people get into magic. And I think that's why I was accepted into this world because I showed such an intense and earnest curiosity for how this all works. I mean, aren't magicians just like born with these abilities. And you know, that's not really the case, you know, as you can tell from my my journey in this kind of underground subculture. Yeah. It's it's a fascinating book. It's called magic is dead. And spoiler alert. It's really not the book by Ian, fresh in a lot. I really appreciate no problem. Thanks for having me..

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on KCRW

"Years ago. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace. I say magician, and you think what just a guy because it's usually a guy, right? Just a guy on a stage or something doing some kind of allusion. Oh, get with the twenty first century William. Because while yes press the digitization is an ancient craft in this digital age. It has become a very modern business in fresh as journalists who wrote about magic, and then became a practitioner his new book on the industry is called. Magic is dead. Welcome to the program. They have me. So look far be it for me to quibble with an author about the title of his book, but magic is dead based on my reading this book seems not to be right, right? Is just is very much alive, but different than I think what a lot of people think it is. Yeah. I think maybe the magic world you new to this is quite dead, or at least transformed quite dramatically for a long time. You know, magic kind of operated like a monarchy. You know, if you were coming up in the scene, you still had gatekeepers in kings to impress people to kind of usher, you up to the, you know, to to the top, you know, to these upper echelons, but now with social media with the internet with the accessibility of information. It's kind of transformed into a democracy, you know, people have their own voice, and they have control over their own image of would you are a good example. Right. Because you did not grow up as kids ain't who I want to be a magician right now. Definitely not never had a kiddie. Magic set. My mother was a poker player growing up. So you know, we had a little bit of deception in our blood that way. But I really wasn't. Into magic until two thousand fifteen when I stumbled upon Chris Ramsey who was a main character in my book on Instagram. And I'm looking at this guy hit a YouTube channel as well. And I'm I'm checking them out. I'm like this dude does not look like a magician. You know, he's wearing like the latest street where and he had like a beard and a backwards hat and all these tattoos the current crop of young magicians, they're not only progressing the craft. But also the brand of magician, which is what got me into the story in the first place. Really? Yeah. Well, we'll get to how you got into it in a second. But I do want to talk about how magicians today, and you are now you have become now. One of them are one of you, I suppose you gotta work at it. Right. It's social media. It's individual branding. It's all of that stuff. That is in a way part of the digital age for a really old old craft. Right. You know to step back and kind of give a sense about how this all kind of works. Is that magicians for a very long time? They had kind of shared secrets. You know, behind the scenes through self published books or just by word of mouth, you know? But once the internet came into play as a tool that they could use you had an explosion of of entrepreneurship people started developing online retail stores where you could develop magic tricks and then sell them, and that's where I came into it in terms of creating in effect and sell in in the lingo of of industry, right? You guys went from a B, two B enterprise business to business enterprise to a business to consumer enterprise. I mean, you invented a trick. And you you you have YouTube trailer for for crying out loud. Yeah. It's it's quite interesting. You know, in the whole setup of this, you know, because I've reported on business, you know, as a as a working journalist, and I was really interested in how all these young magicians were not only using social media and the internet to kind of just put themselves out there. But they were creating these systems where these magic tricks or their new takes on on perhaps older effects could be disseminated and discovered by people who are maybe just getting into magic. There's there's dozens of websites were everyday normal. People can go online, and you know, paid ten fifteen twenty bucks and Laura Hannity magic tricks, which democratize it, and that I I suppose is good for y'all because it gets you out there. And it gets you a new market as it were. But. Okay. Ready? Do you worry about losing the magic of magic? No. Because I think the magic of magic is people continuing to dig into it from practitioners perspective, you know, you can go online, and you can use YouTube and learn, you know, I think magicians, although they guard their secrets they've they really enjoy when people get into magic. And I think that's why I was accepted into this world because I showed such an intense and earnest curiosity for how this all works. I mean, art magicians, just like born with these abilities. And you know, that's not really the case. You know, as you can tell from my my journey in this kind of underground subculture. Yeah. It's a it's a fascinating book. It's called magic is dead. And spoiler alert. It's really not the book is about you in fresh, in fact, slaughter really, no problem. Thanks for having me. You can check out that trailer for the magic tricks in invented and sold. Also read about ways magicians make money today..

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Usually a guy. Right. Just a guy on a stage or something doing some kind of allusion. Oh, get with the twenty first century William. Because while yes, press two digitization is an ancient craft in this digital age. It has become a very modern business in freshest journalists who wrote about magic, and then became a practitioner. His new book on the industry is called. Magic is dead. Welcome to the program. Thank you so much for having me. So look far be it for me to quibble with an author about the title of his book, but magic is dead based on my reading this book seems not to be right, right? Is is very much alive, but different than I think what a lot of people think it is. Yeah. I would think maybe the magic world you new to this is quite dead, or at least transformed quite dramatically for a long time. You know, magic kind of operated like a monarchy. You know, if you were coming up in the scene, you still had gatekeepers kings to impress. And people to kind of assure you up to the, you know to to the top, you know, to these upper echelons, but now with social media with the internet with the accessibility of information. It's kind of transformed into a democracy, you know, people have their own voice, and they have control over their own image of what you are a good example. Right. Because you did not grow up as a kid saying I want to be a magician, right? No, definitely not never had a kitty magic set. My mother was a poker player growing up. So you know, we had a little bit of deception in our blood that way. But I really wasn't. Into magic until two thousand fifteen when I stumbled upon Chris Ramsey who was a main character in my book on Instagram, and I'm looking at this guy, and I get a YouTube channel as well. And I'm I'm checking them out. And I'm like this dude does not look like a magician. You know, he's wearing like the latest street where and he had like a beard and a backwards hat and all these tattoos the current crop of young magicians, they're not only progressing the craft. But also the brand of magician, which is what got me into the story in the first place. Really? Yeah. Well, we have you got into it in a second. But I do want to talk about how magicians today, and you are net you have become now. One of them are one of you. I suppose. You gotta work at it. Right. It's social media. It's individual branding. It's all of that stuff. That is part of the digital age for really old old craft right to step back and kind of give a sense about how this all kind of works is that magicians for a very long time. They had kind of shared secrets, you know, behind the scenes through self published books or just by word of mouth. But once the internet came into play as a tool that they could use you had an explosion of of entrepreneurship people started developing online retail stores where you could develop magic tricks and then sell them, and that's where I came into it in terms of creating effect and selling it in the lingo of industry, right? You guys went from a B, two B enterprise business to business enterprise to business to consumer enterprise. I mean, you invented a trick. And you you you have a YouTube trailer Ford for crying out loud. Yeah. It's it's quite interesting. You know, and the whole setup of this, you know, 'cause I've reported on business as a as a working journalist. And I was really interested in how all these young magicians were not only using social media and the internet to kind of just put themselves out there. But they were creating these systems where these magic tricks or their new takes on on perhaps older effects could be disseminated and discovered by people who are maybe just getting into magic. There's there's dozens of websites were everyday normal. People can go online, and, you know, pay ten fifteen twenty bucks in Laura Hannity magic tricks, which democratize it, and that I suppose is good for y'all because it gets you out there. And it gets you a new market as it were. But. Okay. Ready? Do you worry about losing the magic of magic? No. Because I think the magic of magic is people continuing to dig into it from a practitioner's perspective. You know, you can go online, and you can use YouTube and learn, you know, I think magicians, although they guard their secrets they they really enjoy when people get into magic. And I think that's why I was accepted into this world because I showed such an intense and earnest curiosity for how this all works. I mean, art magicians, just like born with these abilities. And you know, that's not really the case. You know, as you can tell from my my journey in this kind of underground subculture. Yeah. It's it's a fascinating book. It's called magic is dead. And spoiler alert. It's really not the book is about you in fresh. In fact, a I really appreciate no problem. Thanks for having me..

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"chris ramsey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"chris ramsey" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The Austin school board will vote on two different names to replace John H Reagan school Reagan was the confederate postmaster general the two finalists names for Barack h Obama high school or northeast high school will be the first is the high school campus to be renamed three other schools have already had that change though. Ella Allen elementary and full more middle school consolidation of schools will also be another topic for discussion tonight for the Austin school board, and it's expected district officials will show the board of revised timeline for when that decision may be made plan may may include pushing it back until August that's four months later than originally proposed numerous parents are also expected to speak out against any consolidation. The number of New Yorker is moving to the city of Austin has now apparently top those moving here from Los Angeles. According to the latest migration research by the chamber of commerce's Chris Ramsey. He says about one hundred fifty new people are born in the area or. Moving here daily some of the surprises. Are the migration was a little bit less than I've seen in previous years. Maybe it's come down a little bit from say twenty thirteen fifteen timeframe when we were just coming out of the recession despite this dip Ramseyer says migration and growth remained strong and the area job market shows. No signs of slowing down. John cooley. Newsradio KLBJ and local nonprofit mobile loaves and fishes hoping to roll out a program soon that will put homeless panhandlers to work selling things like ice cream or bottled water, Alan Graham, with mobile of Fischer says they would all have uniform, which would be simple t-shirt hat something. That's known the cart. And the backpack would all be branded pick up their products and enroll out onto the streets and sell those to the general public would also have customer service training provided by the downtown Austin alliance. The plan does have the support of some city council members and grand things that it could possibly cut down on panhandling. By more than fifty percent across. Downtown. It's now six four and let's get a check of often, Don traffic. Here's Don prior still going to have a wreck on westbound seventy one east of the airport approaching Kelham road. So seeing a little backup there. Otherwise, typical delays starting to build on.

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