18 Burst results for "Chris Rich"

"chris rich" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

The Sue Plex Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"chris rich" Discussed on The Sue Plex Podcast

"Times in his know his is experiencing as it. Just just a a fountain of knowledge. Is chris helped me so much. What arrests like like chris Rich swift oscar harding. Tom stoppers tom by law from tom. So many maltese referee. Sean gawk lanes. He's leading different. Bits from different people solve started to pick different at this from people styles of chris shop. The navy's tom scotteri maiming. Mannerisms mannerism sir. yes. I still throw for awhile In a huddle would different situations just pick took. The best of rarely opposed to wrestling mall not necesssarily. A wrestler spies new books of people s rain with biden's by may one of the men able in spies may is caller who vessels rugged from recent rogan. He just wanted most humble people. You'll ever meet you retire and you can tell about such a passionate love this business. Been as a kid and eight. It shows i just to fight entire life to get while sabet and not showing any wrestling news. Passionate wrestling just is so inspired. The early on i think definitely big things in line for for corey futures him and race as fantastic talk team in general big things in install solemnity of those models. Names down people. Watch out for their vhs. Definitely excellent stuff. So i'm going to ask you a question by any w because i've been up when gw tons. I absolutely adore and gw on friday. Whole tahoe water venue. It's fantastic but you mentioned the also about bottling and the holiday camps now. I've heard many story about bartlett's. How great butlers as an about the camaraderie about going around the various holiday camps and learn tell people bit more about your experience of buttons. And how how how you how you can describe addict. Someone who's never never been there with me. My my butland's ronin was was shocked. Sweating soft entangled with the west. I went west a few ties. Us are mainly went to get nest also fox out. After rain i started Health not welcome and ice at even as working matching dice. Dystonia atmosphere electorate and to be in not ray in front of nair on maybe two thousand people in not sky. Ten is just search. A ms not misfits. Every kid is just go wild every little thing so on the hip toss kids go. Wild was always lung. Is go aisles. Scientists I've never had an experience like it. us preserve. it's you've got to be there. We've in area just to feel like you've got over over rocco like stephen mojo himself magic. Whatever in some of the room and he's highly out in wherever wedges little independent company and with tout his whole. It's a whole area in a Just from like from a minute from minnie's The crowded electric indicate opa atmosphere throughout the whole show show about our how long if lots more on builds and builds and builds and builds and builds and saw following notch. And you've got championship much in line and the crowd just dupes and it just never been like it since honest if you such an amazing amazing failure was that the biggest show biggest crowd. You've been in front of yet without doubt. Definitely fix call from chad. It's just it was very daunting So i found it more. Don't enduring the nurse on show for wrestletalk. 'cause you on account is no one in the route pop crews and they looked only comedy thing always the thousands of thousands of people So that was quite so. I was gonna say you actually being quite strange position because oversee you've you'll reasons Relatively young the business. You've actually spent quite a chunk of your refereeing career..

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"chris rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"So thank you for downloading subscribing and of course supporting now back to the show. Welcome back to the rich Eisen show just opened up a check with Michelle Monaghan sitting year my residual check from a puppy dog pals foreign showing. That's all it says from all right. After foreign showing that's the category that's the market in which residual comes from from foreign showing hundred fifty three dollars launch next week on your body. Is that right. I think that's what that means. That's so there's a lot. The people watching puppy dog piles around. I guess kids everywhere need to be occupied while the parents do their own thing. I always laugh when you would. It opened these and it would save four and use or whatever foreign years until I was just in a foreign country. And there's all these random American movies on did you watch like Mike to to Jack up my residual now so now I was now. I was watching some other end movie. But yeah the market for the the The seven dollar like Mike Check that also opened up pay TV Internet Internet rental free TV. A dollar twenty two from something. That's free what scam and then video slash DVD. I mean does anybody watch a DVD anymore. Like look into the everything's streamed. These I mean. Look just had a guest on with from Netflix and Netflix could win the Oscar this year. Man Now I can't remember the last time I popped it a DVD. Well that's that's that's that's the market that paid the least just twenty. Seven cents came from that unbelievable justice so sad as very silly so Jason Garrett still coach I I mean I don't understand I mean nothing's happened I I just I've no idea what the hell is going on. Yeah Damn Act together thank you. It's good to Nathan in Los Angeles. Take your phone call. What's up Nathan? How you doing Chris Rich Good Bob I'm sorry I didn't mean good Nathan I'm just having fun. What's on your mind Sir I wanted to kind of sum up what I was thinking of guard Jason Garrett and what made it so difficult or what was wrong along with his teams and I kinda got to the thought you know anytime the cowboys would win games. It was mostly talent and sometimes scheme. One of the things they lacked almost exclusively. Was it all the intangible types of things coaches are supposed to bring or at least. He's partly supposed to bring. I'm not saying individual players wouldn't have grit or hunger or chemistry. But you never saw co a cowboy team with the camaraderie or the chemistry Other Pete Carroll team or the hunger you saw from the Philadelphia Eagles when they won the super bowl kind right. I think you're never saw we've had so many. Thanks for the call Nathan. I appreciate it We've had many players on here. Obviously you ask a player about a coach. They'RE NOT GONNA they're not gonNA slag on their coach on on live radio and TV understand that I've never gotten a sense from A cowboy player that Garrett right didn't have control of things or the locker room or or anything like that. I never really got that sense if I had to put a finger on. Like what is the description of the Jason Garrett cowboys if I had to choose a phrase to describe the Jason Garrett cowboys if this is in fact the eventually at some point point sometime we'll say the phrase would be. It's always something that's the phrase. It's always something whether it was a missed kick or not going for it on fourth down or it was not going for it on fourth down that led to an overtime in which De'andre Hopkins ran like a mack truck through three guys who the entire era game was actually making the tackle but this time when it was all online they did or it was and missed throw or it was the wrong play call at the wrong time or the right. Play call at the right time but the ball got thrown behind somebody or somebody caught. It turned up field and fumbled it it or somebody on defense caused fumble but after further review Shrug Emoji we. You know we can't tell and you lose possession or Dez caught it and caught it at the time in the NFL we're the NFL. Couldn't come up with an actual proper role of what a catch was because Dez caught that football does is caught that football and we don't know if the it's always something would have cropped up with Aaron Rodgers getting the ball back and winning the game anyway many. But that's always something speaking of which it's time for Mike Del tufo weather report..

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"chris rich" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Go check it out of your local Honda dealer today what he got over there Chris rich there's three certainties in life death taxes fits magic right just Patrick you starting quarterback for the Miami Dolphins announced last night Brian for as envoy we know the team traded a second round pick for Josh rose in the off season prime for as some sound here on Josh Rosen and how he's doing right now my said multiple times I think he's improved greatly over the course of training camp this is a young kid who it's extremely hard is important to him he's talented but playing quarterback in this league there's there's two take sometimes he and he's in a new offense in I think you'll get there I do I really do in this conversation we are I think you'll get there at some point when I don't know a lot of that's up to him he knows that wow Hey Josh years was gonna happen when you when you when you decide that you're not going back to UCLA here's what'll happen is everybody's gonna try and pick apart your college career you got your **** handed to you all the time but we're gonna we're gonna figure it out eventually but the eventually will not happen in the first two years of your career you'll get a shot in Arizona which is gonna draft you are and then they're gonna get one and done there and then traded on draft night because Kahler Marr is coming in and you're gonna get draft it you're gonna be traded by to the Miami Dolphins and the person is going to have your career in his hands is the first time ever head coach from the Bella check tree which as we all know it's just been one more situation after another of the coach not being able to replicate the passion success in that spot that's the rip tide will be caught and all yeah and then the two guys are gonna get your job are Kyler Murray who's in Oklahoma right now and Ryan Fitzpatrick who is currently right now on the box backing up Jameis Winston but he's going to get a shot there because he gets a shot everywhere any quarterback that thinks they have a shot to start or they think it's their job or it is their job and sees Ryan Fitzpatrick walking to the locker room you need to get ready the man had a trade it's his record eighth different team will be starting an NFL game for eight this I believe from buffalo which is I believe for starting to for him because this will be the dolphins then there was the box then there was the jets and before that was the bills order was it the Texans before after.

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"chris rich" Discussed on Late Night Parents

Late Night Parents

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on Late Night Parents

"Cheese this that buffy buck and change later? I'm like Oh my goodness. Sorry talk about you Bagel bagels into you know but I heard the C._E._o.. Of Bagel said MHM if you go in there and ask for many Bagel will <hes> offering some type of discounts because they're all cash eating in all of our free in criminalising yeah. They're all cashing in off of poor little Christmasy more suspect because I don't know if I was from Bagel boss I would. I would want to disassociate myself from the so far yup you know and that was I think they said that that was either two million dollars worth of advertisement for free and it was two million dollars worth is everyone was playing viral video over and over and over and over and over and you just it's like <hes> okay enough enough enough if he's doing if he's if he is planned this yet Bravo well-done yeah congratulations on these twelve unlike what this got his just totally touch yeah. I think it's a great ploy. The great point it is if it is good for him. You know if he is getting bullied about his height by women on dating sites yes terrible. It really is but that's that's. I don't know if that's part of the stick or not I. I'm I'm much more suspects than it was when I heard about it but today he referenced himself in the same in vain of Martin Luther King I leave that alone. I don't WanNa talk about Chris Morgan anymore. Okay Chris Yeah I'm done with you. I really am sometimes just don't early exist. No they really really don't <hes> see got hot. Weather out here. Think I guess another a couple of days of late eighties early nineties summer it summer by Chris Chris Rich for me. It just seems like it's getting hotter and hotter and hotter. Let let's see what the numbers are. You know when you compare this year against last year. The previous twenty thirty years see Alaska's ninety degrees Alaska Welfare percival asking you get a summer just not long at all but ninety eighty degrees sounds alone for their degrees. <hes> I mean right now. This doesn't seem out of the on its July. Okay Eighty Ninety degrees nineties for supposed to get that for a few weeks so August is gone scorching. Maybe let's let's see what happens but then again this year. This summer seemed for awhile. It seemed like it wasn't going to happen so rainy. It was Kinda cool for the longest time and then we just rolled into some some humidity organism he and here we are now but like you say. Let's see what happens. In August. I mean what other meteorologists saying anything. This is shaping up to be one of the hotter years on record hotter is it is part of a trend besides global warming. Let's let's you know right does exist that what's going on easy. We shall see Richie did he. Did emerging technologies are transforming the healthcare industry as we know it investors say hello to h tech a portfolio dedicated dedicated to capturing the significant growth potential of healthcare innovation learn more at Robo global dot com slash H._t._C. Crediting your burgers of coffee table. If you WANNA eat a bird or put it on a bar volume stakes..

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"chris rich" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mall, one, oh five point nine FM, w m raid, the people are not going to answer the question. It's because. Fashion out, but they're admitting the supreme court. Hey. To ask the question is entirely constitutional and I can't. I always do this test, and some broadcasting from Philadelphia from five thirty to nine. Am I always do this test, if the founding fathers were sitting around Philadelphia and they're having beers, having drinks, a lot of beer back down the water was terrible in Philadelphia? I don't know if it's any better now to be honest with you. I try to avoid drinking it. I try to avoid doing anything involved with the city of Philadelphia. If I buy a soda, though, I have to pay a soda tax. Luckily, I live in jersey, so I can smuggle my soda over the bridge. But that's for another show. But the point is in the founders would sit around they would sit at a pub, you know, talk things out at a tavern. Think about this logic tests, they always do. They're sitting around, and they say should we count citizens only in the census for what about people who aren't citizens? Now back then we didn't have a problem with people coming over the southern border. That wasn't a big thing, but we did have a lot of diplomats, who come here and business people for a long time. The high speed rail wasn't working back then you had to come by ship and you were here for a while months at a time clips at a time diplomats wouldn't come for the weekend. They come for a while. Some of them would stay here they'd have kids here. It's why the fourteenth amendment never applied to them, just being born on US soil was not automatically grew. Would make your citizen because you'd have embassador diplomats. Businesspeople who'd be here for months, sometimes years at a time. And the notion that we would count them for the census to then allocate seats in the house of representatives is so alarmed that they would never even believe it. They would say, well, how easy then would it be to just invite people over here and then let them stay? And then we could trigger one seat in the house back, then could have made all the difference in a lot of very, very close legislative fights, obviously input even slavery. So the notion, we're going to sit around and we're, we're not gonna just we're not going to count US citizens. We're gonna count US citizens, and also diplomats and their kids and foreign business people and their kids anybody else, so that we can make sure that, that state has the right representation in congress. Is ridiculous. Obviously certain states had more foreign visitors. Visitors more foreign business people more diplomats embassador coming to visit than others. You would give an unfair advantage to certain states if that's how it worked. But again, why deal with logic eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one, the Mark Levin show. Rich in for the great one. Let's go to Michael. He's in Woodbridge Virginia. Michael, you're on the Mark Levin show. Yes. Rich, I enjoy the fact that now we've got the left on record because essentially the left filed the lawsuit it wasn't a conservative, Bob lawsuit, as supporting foreign interference in US, elections, because that's what this boils down to apportionment knees changing how the money is spent how the power is exercised, who gets what services and how many seats are available on the left the right the middle. Whatever it is. This is the importation of eleven to twenty five thirty million whatever it is. Foreigners for the purpose of a checking electoral politics, in the United States of America, which is something that, supposedly the left has despised for the last three or four years, because the Russians did it. So I'm actually enjoying this point. I just amazing way my friend, Michael well done. Michael good job. Eight eight seven seven three one three eight one one Robert is in Brooklyn, New York. Robert you're on the Mark Levin show. All right. Thank you for taking my call. I just wanted to say I think it's outrageous. That the President Trump like coma said. Cheated definitely said a president is the gay now it's almost like the default chump innocent until proven guilty that he has to provide a reason to question that they asked in the Nike fifty. David ministration at the question. So it's outrageous, that they have a president elected by the people by over thirty states treated as second class president that he has that they have the deficit. Yes. A pool that kosher, what are you doing? And, you know, if it always stepped up why should we respect the two losses? No way. It's totally inappropriate. Even doing the travel ban came up that the advocate is. The nerve make a little respect. Yeah. And you're right and Clarence Thomas Justice. Thomas point set out by saying this is really because the lower court doesn't like the guy. That's what we're basing all this on. So we're, we're agreeing. It's constitutional asked the question. We're dealing with the reasoning because the reason they put forward is enforcement of the Voting Rights Act because you and me as citizens. We have a right a federal right to vote where federal protection vote. And the court says, well, we don't like that justification. We, we don't think that's sincere. So we're not going to let this go forward. I agree with you, any other president. They would not have said they would not make it personally about him and his alterior motives, and motivations. They would just use the facts. Right. Just the facts, ma'am. That's what they would use. You're exactly right. Thanks for the call to the marklevinshow. Appreciate that hate seven seven three eight one three at one, one. Great one is off. He's traveling. But he's got a great show coming up this weekend, life, liberty, and the Vince Sunday, ten pm and Fox News. His guests businessman Forrest Lucas talking about capitalism vs, socialism. And if you watched the democrat circus last night, the I call them the lesser candidates attend on the stage last night, because none of them have a chance of becoming president. There's one guy, the former governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper he was. They mistook him for a member of the media. Nobody knows who the guy is he's pulling about one percent. So he got there last night. And he walks into the room and they try to sit I'm not even joking. They tried to sit him in the back with the press. They didn't know the guy was presidential candidate. So that guy's got a real strong shot. I think it'd being beating Donald Trump, right? He's got such a strong shop at. He gets to the debate, and they go oh, you must be a reporter. No. I'm John Hickenlooper? The former governor, Colorado sure you are go sit there in the back. No. Really, I belong on the sage. Why are you walking in like a dope off the street wait, staff members some people that can get you on the stage? What do you like walking you park, your car, and the general lot? How does this work? Exactly. But yes, that's the thing tonight is the is the I would say the main candidates Biden, and also, of course, Bernie Sanders, the godfather socialism. Bernie the red smart Qasem, and tonight's going to be all about socialism. Guess are pushing this party further and further to the laugh? Just incredibly unrecognizable. Now you have Elizabeth. Warren, America's mother-in-law going on record saying she wants to destroy private health insurance. And this is where things are going here, and it's crazy and it's doing them. No service whatsoever. Don is in Burbank. California Don, you're on the Mark Levin show. Yeah. I just wanted to say, does make sense with cream part. Did you follow the logic in the Missouri compromise report of the civil war where three fifths a black person counted? Remember all the white people who were elected by white people did not to the slave population. That's what they're doing right now. They have the legal immigrant population that only the Democrats the voting for them. I don't understand the comparison three fifths compromise. I'm sorry. I'm not following you there. Because they were a great number of slaves, the south protested that they had a large population of slaves, and they were entitled representation and. Right. So the northern abolitionists said, we're, we're not gonna do that, for the purposes of giving you more seats in the house of representatives. That's, that's correct. But what is it do with this question right now? Because it's so dishonest having just some white people vote on behalf of other people so that they can have power. I really Don. I'm just not falling. You. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Three this compromise is nothing to do with this. That was that was to ensure that because the south who's going to count the slaves, but not give them the right to vote. So they said, well, don't do that. Because then you can have more power. You have more seats in the house representatives more money. And then savory will never go away was done by the northerners by the abolitionists so to ensure that the southern states would not have more seats in the house of representatives. But nobody's trying to take away anybody's right to vote here. We're not talking about that. We're talking about people who are US citizens, and the question of whether or not, they are US citizens are not. That's it. We're not trying to suppress one population or another. We're not trying to do any political tricks with this. We're not trying to have an outcome that is different by doing something, the three threes, compromise was designed to do for the purpose of the outcome of ensuring the southern states would not dominate the house. We're trying to do anything here, other than ensure that US citizens are properly counted for, for the purposes of importunate. That's it. That's it. No other motive nothing like that just want to know the number of citizens so we can treat fairly make sure. They represented in there in the congress, very basic named to me another country on earth. That would say you got here legally, you don't have a right to be here. In fact, you you're breaking laws by being here, but we're going to represent you out. You're here saluda. Chris rich, the only in for the great one Mark Levin. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one coming right.

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"chris rich" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sunday, ten PM on Fox News. His guests businessman Forrest Lucas, we're talking about capitalism vs socialism. And if you watched the democrat circus last night, the I call them the lesser candidates attend on the stage last night, because none of them have a chance of becoming president. There's one guy, the former governor of Colorado John Hickenlooper he was. They mistook him for a member of the media. Nobody knows who the guy is he's pulling about one percent. So he got there last night and he walks into the room and they, they try to sit. I'm not even joking. They try to sit him in the back with the press. They didn't know that guy was a presidential candidate. So that guy's got a real strong shot. I think being a beating Donald Trump, right? He's got such a strong shot that he gets to the debate, and they go oh, you must be a reporter now. I'm John Hickenlooper? The former governor, Colorado sure you are. Go sit there in the back now really I belong on the stage. Well, then why are you walking in like a dope off the street? We didn't have staff members some people that can get you on the stage. What do you like walking you park, your car, and the general lot? How, how does this work? Exactly. But that's, that's the thing tonight is the is the I would say the main candidates Biden. And also force Bernie Sanders. The godfather socialism. Bernie the red smart calls them and tonight's going to be all about socialism. Here's the pushing this party further and further to the left. Gonna be just incredibly unrecognizable. Now you have Elizabeth. Warren, America's mother-in-law going on record and saying she wants to destroy private health insurance. This is where things are going here, and it's crazy. And it's doing them. No service whatsoever. Don is in Burbank. California Don, you're on the Mark Levin show. Yeah. I just wanted to say it does make sense with cream court. Did you Paul the logic in the Missouri compromise of the civil war, where three fifths of a black person counted? Remember all the white people who were elected by white people to the slave population. That's what they're doing right now. They have the legal immigrant population that only the Democrats do the voting for them. I understand the comparison three fifths compromise. I'm sorry. I'm not following you there. The civil war because there were a great number of slaves, the south protested that they had a large population of slaves, and they were entitled representation antibody. So the right so the northern abolitionists said, we're, we're not gonna do that, for the purposes of giving you more seats in the house of representatives. That's, that's correct. But what does that have to do with this question right now? Because it's so dishonest by having just some white people vote on behalf of other people so that they can have power. I really I Don I'm just not falling you. Thanks for the call. Appreciate it. Three compromises nothing to do with this. That was that was in to ensure that because the south is gonna count the slaves, but not give them the right to vote. So they said, well, don't do that. Because then you have more power. You have more seats in the house of representatives more money. And then slavery will never go away. It was done by the northerners by the abolitionists so to ensure that the southern states would not have more seats in the house of representatives. But nobody's trying to take away anybody's right to vote here. We're not talking about that. We're talking about people who are US citizens, and the question of whether or not, they are you as citizens or not. That's it. We're not trying to suppress one population or another. We're not trying to, to do any political tricks with this. We're not trying to have an outcome that is different by doing something the freedoms compromise was designed to do for the purpose of the outcome of ensuring the southern states would not dominate the house. We're not trying to do anything here, other than ensure that US citizens are properly accounted for, for the purposes of apportionment. That's it. That's it. No other motive nothing like that just want to know the number citizens. So we can treat fairly make sure. They represented in their in their congress. That's very basic named to me, another country on earth, that would say, you got here legally, you don't have a right to be here. In fact, you you're breaking laws by being here, but we're going to represent you out. You're here saluda. Chris rich only in for the great one. Mark levin. Eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one coming right back..

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"chris rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Eight four four two zero four rich number dial, okay? Chris Brockman, you I've set this up. I'll be honest with you. I'm I'm, I'm pleased to be able to give up the control of the wheel of this car. Did you sit back and be a rare moment to be a passenger? But this is a lot of responsibility for you to host a visual segment on a on a radio broadcast. There's lots for you to carry here, Chris. But what you've got. Right. There is a list of what I have what twelve names of players in the NBA finals Stanley Cup final with, you know, unconventional name. Okay. And I'm going to ask the both of you, when you get right? Okay. I to what wins. I two three. Good. Oh my God. Okay. Go Jesus music. Yes. All right. Rich, you are go first. You're the host of this show. Jonas Gerashchenko is a bench role player Golden State Warriors with spell. Jared co Gerashchenko can you use this in the form of a of a of a bench player? Some people are saying, Jonas, Girenko is dissuaded, Larry Bird. Okay. Jared co. J. E. R. E. B K o Gerashchenko, correct. Bell bell. Bell is wrong wrong. Okay. Fellas wrong. Mike del to let me ask you this question. Yes or no? Is that enough to beat? Mike. No easy. Yes. This I've already you think I've already one. Yeah. I couldn't smell sue you at Mike del tufo. Okay. The Hawaii Leonard has been in arguably the star of the NBA players spell coach. K H A. Oh my goodness bell. Don, I tell you. K. A. W. Cage over-long go for Chris rich the star of last night's NBA finals game. One was PASCAL Ceac him. Oh, she's bell, Ceac them. Is it easy? Moscow, see. Okay. Siaka asks, I a KM CRM. Correct. You give them a hockey name. Yeah. Yeah. Give me a hockey del tufo, the goalie for the Boston Bruins. To grass Kuka Rask spell, too. T u k. Incorrect. You, you cake? All right. I'll give me one more. So I can go for three rich Eisen. He scored the game winning goal for the same Louis Blues in game two of the Stanley Cup final Carl gunnison spell gunners. Okay. I grew up next to an Icelandic family. G. U. N. N. A. R. S. S. O N gunnison, correct time done ended just ended ended prefer to win. I prefer I have no explanation for what happened me. Do have a couple more for Mike is not over. Give me one more. More one more. He was the blues owning del tufo, was one of the blues leading scores this season. Vladimir tarasenko. Doc tarasenko. I know he. He tolbert. It's over. Just call the fight over. TARA SEM. Honesty, though. Those are harmless before we got over the phone lines here. What did you want them to do, like literally, keep the kids in the families there throughout the night, or is this a holiday, caught heart come back today? Call so like it's at a time of night. Yeah..

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"chris rich" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

08:23 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"A host. It's truly open phones. If you wanna call on any subject, you like call gives a ring let other people know what you think we may not agree with, you know, promises there, we promise we'll give you a fair shake, and then we might have a discussion this country needs more good discussions, whether people agree or disagree studio. It's myself, Chris Rich, Paul and Chris to you may nobody. That's right. I've got up Dave rich on his own nom to Goor. Nobody remembers that kind of thing. Nobody does remember that. Explain or no, we're just going to let that one go. We've been talking Denver Denver being the first in the US for city to decriminalize psychedelic mushrooms and they had a ballot initiative that looks like it's one by a very narrow margin. And and that's kind of a good thing. I think I think most of these things should be decriminalized and most well, I'm trying to think what I would not decriminalize. Actually found a word. I liked better than decriminalize deregulate deregulate is to me the ultimate goal when we talk about decriminalization that just says, well, we're not going to rest your for it. So here's an interesting question is when it's criminalized is it regulated. You're basically picking between regulation in criminalization. I think well criminalization is the harshest most era Matic form of regulation. Yeah. That might be true. So I mean, basically, what's the purpose of the war on drugs to regulate competitors to big pharma out of the market and to regulate competitors too. Big brewing out of the market say we do hear that lot here. I think we're also missing the let me impose my morality on you that is part of it too. That's true. That's there's there's some there's some Jesus they hate mixed in there. Call it Jesus. I will say there's some loving hate mixed in that this was going to save. There's a hatred for for people to be free coming from lots of major religions. They hate us for our freedom. Where have I heard that before in the case of Denver like I said this ballot initiative appears to have won by a narrow margin. And it basically it's the first time that any ballot has any ballot measure regarding Scylla cyb in that is the active psychotropic ingredient of hallucinogenic mushrooms. And it just basically says this article points out the measure, essentially tells police to look the other way on a dull Silla Simon us. I think it's important to note there that they mentioned adult Sola Simon use. And and they don't expand on that. We're going to try to pull up the actual law that they actually continue to target children. Children when they regulate. For adults. Right. It's like you're gonna you're gonna put children more harshly than you do adults. Does that make any sense to anybody? Well, the the thing that make sense to me if anything would be punishing adults who pass it to children. As opposed to an I don't know how this lies written. If they're actually saying. Adults for this. But we're going to arrest kids for though, this is exactly what I would ask the parents to ask themselves. How much they want their kids to be arrested. I mean better than arresting everybody for it. But it seems to be discriminatory and in a very terrible lay to like, right? Well, but that that is how they are without Kahal. Isn't it? Yeah. I mean, there's all sorts of things that we like punish kids for that. Adults can do legally. And this seems like. Police. They're way more dangerous than alcohol. How many people die of alcohol poisoning in America compared to Foley's their number? I'm willing to bet that police death death by cop is probably higher and and the death by marijuana death by overdose of marijuana. I did see as of last week actually division by zero no death by people being gored by unicorns. So that was fun. Zero zero zero. Okay. So it's matched it. That's funny. Salsa zero. Plus, I couldn't even do that on par. But we're going to dig up that we're going to dig up what was actually passed because I don't know of actually even passed a law. I think this is directing the my guess is based on the word this article that they're directing the chief of police for Denver. Just just look the other way. Yeah. You know, I have to wonder like what what does actually mean in practice. I mean, if you're, you know, I don't know doing mushrooms on your on your porch. Are they supposed to are? They actually supposed to ignore it. Or is it just supposed to be ignored? If there's some other crime going on across the street involving something else. Like, I don't know what else is legal that might be very insignificant. How do you wanna? Oh, that's right. We're talking Denver. Yeah. I mean, but Denver has laws against public use. Oh, I guess. Okay. What about like smoking like in twenty five building? Would they have to go? After that. I'm assuming the probably isn't a law. But there is a law there about that would have to go after that ahead of the guy who's doing the wab sorry. But how do you identify someone on mushrooms based on my experience someone who's laughing their butts off and maybe dressing up like their father at a baseball game. Those things I've seen while they're on much. I'm assuming father to base the damnedest thing ritual tell you about Masumi like if these people are doing mushrooms impulsive or somewhere around cops like if you started doing that. And there's like two different. I mean is that how this is supposed to work? I don't know. What do you have a hard time telling what you're eating? Also. I mean, if you're just sitting. Are they really going to closely enough to current for money chips, those are mushroom? That's not a portabella. Yeah. I mean. You're right to bring up the question of how are you going to? How were you ever going to enforce the existing laws that are on the books, and you know, that that is the insanity of this war on drugs so much of it not only makes no sense in his counter productive. But it's so much of it is just unenforceable. So you've got these obscure, you know, we had a story that we read last night about a grant ex I started say grandmother, great grandmother who was arrested great in DisneyWorld by a local sheriff for possession of CBD oil. Oh, right. Yeah. Technically illegal about this Florida, despite the fact that you could walk into any gas station and probably buy a bottle of CBD oil. How can you say a great grandmother? She broke the law. She's a bad grandmother. It's like sixty sixty nine easy definitely old. All right. Sorry. That's okay. Father time. That's that's the insanity of this stuff. And again who is the victim. If someone is doing mushrooms are they creating an actual victim, which is part of the definition of a crime eight fifty five fifty free. What do you think should is Denver taking the right approach? Are they just saying, you know, just ignore it? Or should they go further limited just let them let them do what they want fifty five four fifty free. This is free talk live..

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"chris rich" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

09:47 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Have myself, Chris Rich, Paul. I'm sorry, nobody now going by nobody and market. Nobody loves you. When you're down. There you go and we've been talking about Julian Assange who has undertaken a fight for extradition from his UK prison cell. This story comes to us from CNN, and it continues. This is the second court appearance of the week for the Australian who on Wednesday was handed a jail term of almost a year believe it was fifty weeks for skipping bail in two thousand twelve when he saw political asylum in London's Ecuador and embassy Assange was wanted in Sweden for questioning over sexual assault and rape charges. The whistle blower who has repeatedly denied any wrongdoing that he sought refuge over fears of onward rendition from Sweden to the United States. Do. Due to his work with WikiLeaks. Fear is that's a legitimate fear and year was the maximum for that for that for what he was charged with. Right. I believe so they so it's very surprising that non violent criminals charged with nothing, but bail jumping because the underlying charges are are are are dropped. But he's doing the max for jumping bail on charges that were nonsense. Right surprising, drain. They had to specially in Europe where they they rely much less on jails than we do. They put the cops on the beat there for like the last eight years to watch the door of the Ecuadorian embassy, and they want as much get back as they can get from this guy. Yeah. That's that's definitely the US. Who who I think, you're right? I don't think it's having to raise taxes by a fraction of a penny ahead bother. During the my think, it's spilling the bean. Oh, yes. There's a lot of good that about the UK in the USA conspiring to destroy Libya. Nobody talks about the contents of the of the Hillary Clinton emails. They're awful, and they're undenied undeniable because their cryptic graphically signed interesting. It's it's we don't know everything there is. But I'm I'd love to. I'd love to roll the dice and find out well, even pizza gate people say, it's nonsense. But it's fascinating. Because what we do know for sure is that Leon Panetta was sending messages that were transparently written in code. You can speculate as to what the code means. Right. But you cannot dispute that he was sending coded messages to somebody. Who is he sending them to what do they mean? I want to know there. There were some interesting. I don't know if you follow. It any of this stuff, Mark. But. Paid attention to this. Because this is the biggest story of the century. I don't know if it's that he'd say no wars being started to over over people accepting dollars people wanting gold based currencies. If that's true smashing Syria, mostly to behest of Israel, just some of the reasons that she exposes behind her foreign foreign policy and vendors everything that went on with the Clinton foundation. Now, I'm not a Trumper. Okay. And I don't care about Trump. I would be very happy. If he gets the cell next to Hillary Clinton, but I'll tell you what I would give his, but if he actually put her in jail just wants to make the point. Stories continues his nearly seven year stint in the embassy was brought to a dramatic close on April eleventh when Ecuador withdrew his asylum and invited in British police, citing Assange is bad behavior. It was then forcibly hauled out by officers. Thursday marks the start of what will likely be a long and protracted extradition fight. While Assange is presently only facing one charge. Prosecutors have signalled more charges could be on the way home secretary saieed jive Ede told members of parliament on April eleventh that the US has up to sixty five days were until mid June to send full extradition papers. Quote. They have the ability to add more charges before the fifteenth of June. But our main concern is the fact that the allegations that are being made engage protected journalistic activities unquote, Jennifer Robinson, a lawyer for Assange told CNN after. The court adjourned on Thursday. She continued quote the allegation boil down to as we have heard in court not about hacking. There's no suggestion that Julian Assange should actually hacked anything. What is what this is actually about is the fact that he had conversations with a source about releasing information? Encourage that source to provide more information than talk to that source about protecting their identity. So guys, what do you think? I mean is this high crime in dismissed a meaner? I mean, that's basically what the US government's take. Is you talk to somebody who was trying to blow the whistle. And you may have encouraged them. I didn't see anything much more than that the best best. I can tell that. Join Assange as a journalist now, you know, not the most common of journalists, but one that got a very high profile willing to talk about things that other people aren't willing to talk about. I don't think there's a problem with journalist necessarily. Telling some telling their source how to get more information how to cover their tracks as they get the information. Remember essential part of journalism. Yeah. There's no tiger somebody to do this. This was a person who is already doing. There is no opportunity for somebody to blow a whistle in the United States. We've seen that over and over and over and over and over again, you can sit out there and yell at you radio that you know, that this that Chelsea Manning was or private manning prefer using the terminology because you know, it was Bradley when he when she did it so private manning was some kind of criminal or whatever, you know, military oath, whatever you want to say, but there is no opportunity for a whistle blower to tell the truth in the United States. We don't have that country anymore. If we ever had it. I don't think we ever did. It's not about blowing whistle. It's it's not. There's no opportunity for it. So when when you have a vacuum something we'll fill that vacuum. You don't want your? Government to make space for whistle blowers. Government certainly isn't. And you're not demanding it, right? So then somebody's gonna fill the vacuum. Julius fill that vacuum. You wanna go across the globe prosecuting people for filling a vacuum that we absolutely positively need. We need to know the truth in a democracy. You're supposed to vote on the you're supposed to be the government your voting on the head of the government. How can you vote on the head of the government? If you don't have the information. They're simply releasing information information, nobody's ever said was a lie. The never met life. You every frigging day. Julian Assange tells you the truth and you want to put in prison who needs a prison cell here. And this is why we need a ar fifteen's because the thing is the government will not be accountable. The government has will go to any length to avoid accountability. And you know, I re-read the declaration of independence recently. And if you listen if you reread the long train of use of. Abrasives in your user patience. I believe you will find there are a lot of things that are going on today, including sending swarms of officers to eat out are subsistence that means starving us with overregulation. And there's a lot of that going on was written by people who are willing to shoot their government center of mass. Yes, that's the end of story. Like, you may even to that point. There were decades of compromise. And attempts to reconcile in peace because people would rather bear those ills they have than fly to others that they know not of most of the time. But it's not, you know, there comes a time when you've been pushed to the end, and when you have to fight back, and that's where push comes to shove his who willing the person who is willing to do that who's gonna win. Well, we we have to put ourselves in perspective. I mean. The tax on T reached two and a half or three percent. Yeah. Nobody would ever stand for that sort of taxation on that wasn't the only tax at that point. It was the straw that broke the camel's back, but your point is well taken that their overall tax burden with much lower our overall tax burden, and you think of if all that money was being paid to produce things for people that consume instead of produced bombs the kill people where would where would our society b economically. I think we'd be richer. Eight fifty five four fifty free. This is free talk live. Would you like to hang out with pendulum keynoting freedom fest? This year for one in thrilled. Freedom fest is the largest liberty oriented gathering in the world. They take a big ten approach with libertarians conservatives liberals anarchist capitalist and just open minded people mingling together to here, real debates share real solutions and converse freely..

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"chris rich" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The weather center. We are good to go. I am Dave Baker here with Chris rich from. Kuret corey. That cool heating and cooling. I think get rid of that didn't I knew gay. Thank you. He's like what? Wake him up. Let's go back to the phones. Charlie's in Marietta. Charlie you're on the home fix it show. Hello, charlie. Hey, dave. How are you? I am great today going into the mountain. There you go. You got a boat dock up there. I got a cabin in the woods on the river. Even better. What what can we do for you? So I have a town home that bought a few months ago, and it's got a great he pumped HVAC systems to story. But during the winter the upstairs gets too hot in the Dow who gets too cold, and I imagine in the summer it's going to be other way around some wondering, what's the easiest way to adjust the airflow. So that you can balance that out or is that a good idea. I've heard damper can be a problem what what's the word on that? Well, dampers are generally going to be your solution. Although you've got to kind of fine. Tune them. You don't want to shut off half of your system completely if you can avoid it, your best bet is have us look at it. And see if we can put in an electron ick damper system where you've got thermostats on both floors, and then it's going to keep both floors, a comfortable temperature. That's generally the best bet. And generally solves the problem, but you can put manual. Campers in as far as going up and manage having kind of a winter setting in a summer setting holidays do in his pushing more of that air where you need it for that sin for that season. So that manual dampers as well as electron, correct? Yes. Normally, if you're if you're going to have issues summer and winter, I would say you're electron exhausting system is the is the better bet a little more expensive. But it's worth doing. If you've got just an imbalanced problem period. Sometimes the manual dampers will work you said him and leave them and you'll be good to go. But I would look at the electron system and get some pricing on that. What what kind of costs would be involved in how much you got. Yeah. We goes high as you want. Yeah. It it all depends. It's kind of hard to throw a a price out there. Because we don't know what we're looking at. Sometimes you can go in and put a couple of dampers in zone board extra thermostat that will do it. A lot of times you have to revamp and rework the duct work to split up split off between upstairs downstairs, then you're looking at a lot more expense. So. Yeah. Hard to throw out a cost. You're you're looking at. I mean, you're going to start off minimum two or three thousand dollars and go up. But if it solve the problem, that's generally worth. Now, what about those thermostat said, you can get a remote sensor put it up. There. Would that help the problem? You can do that. Now, it's going to reverse the problem you're going to it's going to read just that that temperature in the upstairs and not so much the downstairs, you can try it see if that works. But generally speaking, you're going to take that problem and just reverse it got you. Well, let's go fishing. Women. Sounds good. We can do that here in the parking lot. We'll be there with our Bates shortly, absolutely..

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"chris rich" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

Liberty Talk FM

09:53 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM

"Chris Rich, Paul me. And and we've been discussing a no not grade the win horribly wrong in Texas, and we've got some other things we'd like to talk about tonight. But I'm gonna finish up where we were discussing this story, and this has to do again with the no knock rain that went down in Houston, Texas, both quote unquote suspects in this were shot dead by police officers and a number of police officers were wounded some seriously when they tried to execute a warrant using a technique called no knock all of it is completely senseless a total waste of life. You just told me off the air. These folks had lived there for twenty years. Yeah. It wasn't like they just moved into the neighborhood. It wasn't like people. There didn't them. And I think it stretches the incredulity a little bit to think that oh my God. Bob and Wanda were massive heroin heroin kingpins, except there weren't any. We're no bags of heroin found. Right. And there was also no firearm that the confidential informant we're firearms there were but not like he had described it. He was very specific semiautomatic nine millimeter pistol. They didn't find their view. There wasn't one of those on a shotgun. They did a rifle. They did. They did not find all sorts of Baggies filled with Brown black tar heroin or what they suspected were that. And as this continues, as it turns out now one of the questions that they didn't they didn't answering the story is they said they sent a confidential informant in and the C I extensively bought one of these bags of heroin. Right. Did they ever test that heroin or to put it up his nose or shoot up or whatever it is? You know, you do with a bag of black tar heroin. I don't know. And they haven't talked about this. This is I think the second or third article on this that reasons Don, so I know they've covered more of the details in previous pieces, but but these are all good questions. I mean by the third article, I think we would have had some answers by now. But the police seemed to be very tight lipped about this. Except to say we're going out there. We're putting our lives on the line every single day and violate your rights, and why don't you appreciate it? I did not bring this story in but the head of the police union in Texas, or at least in Houston came out and said, you know, I've had enough of you dirtbags calling us murders and things like that. And we know who every one of you are boy talking about his critics talking about critics of this particular case, I'm one of them that guy who called and said, hey, you're the reason we need a are fifteen and M16.'s that was me write that down. Riches position strike you as a as a little bit of the little bit strong. If so call us at eight fifty five four fifty free. I don't know if we're going to get anybody calling into support, no knock grades. I mean, are there actually people who think this was a good plan? Judge did besides the cops. And decides the judge you like actual people like people who behave like human being people, not pigs. Right. And that's the whole thing. I mean, it is this. I think anybody can say, you know, you can certainly make the excuse that. Well, you know, if if we do doc, they're likely gonna flush the drugs, and that's our evidence that we're going to put these heroin dealing, you know, fifty nine year old couple in jail. Then we have to catch them with it in their hands. People can wrap their heads around that because they've been convinced that there's a war on drugs, and they're convinced that this war is winnable despite we've spent a billion billion dollars more than that. Me based just on what they bought from me. They didn't have to do a no knock raid. They arrested mayor parking lot. Right. Perfectly safe. But another appeal of the the no appeal. They did it one arrest arrest you like here on this property because there's cameras all over the place. Right. Well, there's cameras all over the place. And I there's more than one gun or certainly has. They wanted you alone. They wanted to separate from your friends. Right, right. They wanted me separate from my friends. And I mean, they thought they were gonna get me without my friends. Knowing were like, we wanna get you back to the keen activists center before anybody knows you've been arrested. I remember the FBI agent. You have no idea who I am do. You. Eight hundred people knew I was arrested before we left the CVS parking lot when he had called pork for one one. So that was absolutely true. The other aspect of this is I'm kind of a gun guy. You guys book that I like I like, my toys and things like that. And I imagine a lot of people get guns, aren't toys. Yes. That's right. The police may attract some gun guys to sure and it's got to be awfully frustrating. If you have all these really cool toys, but you never get a chance to break him out and use them. I can see that. I mean, they can use them anytime. They want on the practicing rain, shake and go to the range, but it's not the same as taking a life from somebody. That's what you're really into right and knocking down doors in Boston heads. I mean, that's that's a factor in a lot of cops are addicts. They just they're addicted to different things to to adrenaline. They're addicted in some cases to alcohol in some cases to abusive sex, so cops have their vices and reminds me of berry Cooper who some of you might remember. He was a guest on free talk live living down in Mexico now, but berries, an interesting character because he was a narcotics officer. Yeah. Down in Texas. Actually, he was the narcotics cop of the year down in Texas at some point in the past when I was younger and. He we had him on our show years ago, probably like a decade ago now, and he told us about how when he first became an officer. He would get an adrenaline rush off of just pulling somebody over for speeding or whatever some sort of non risky thing. Just the fact that pulling somebody over wasn't adrenaline boost for him eventually that dissipated right to wear when he'd pull somebody over. There wasn't an adrenaline. Rush was just normal was used to it. So he had to start upping the ante he had to start escalating the situation to increase sometimes artificially increase the danger to him or the potential danger to him. So he named through so. Yeah. Because he wanted to get that adrenaline rush again. And so he gave the example of how if he were investigating somebody for let's say, you know, cocaine maybe found some cocaine or whatever and somebody's car or whatever he would leave the person unhandcuffed and just tell them to sit down on the side of the road like Neo sit on the curb while I go and search your car. So the idea was give them a chance to run, right? That way he would have the. Excuse to run after him tackle them beat them. Get that get that rush. So he had to keep upping the ante. Yeah. Yeah. And and that's how a Dixon's work. And you know, one thing that we really should not have on police forces on swat teams is people that have those particular afflictions, and that's going to attract they're going to track. Those people, of course, how you gonna avoid that union. You first of all you need to start disarming the police, or if you're going to like the proposal to disarm, the police probably isn't going anywhere anytime soon, even with all the terrible stories about how awful they are. So here's a middle. Here's a middle point a compromise. Because politics is all about compromise. How the police don't do not grades anymore. How about they never do a drug raid ever again, and you can reserve the actual no knock raids for oh. I don't know trying to catch some murderer or something like that. How about that Napper? Kidnapper? Sure. How bad somebody robs a Bank? You know? They've they've taken millions of dollars doesn't belong to them. You know, it's not going to be a people. Aren't going to be as upset presuming? They have the right suspect. And of course, you know, they're gonna screw that up. Sometimes. But presuming they have the right suspect in the person they're actually rating is a violent criminal who's harmed innocent people. Nobody's going to get their hair Ben out of place because a cop roughs up a wanted murderer. It's just not going to be as controversial, right? But he he if we continue this path. You know, what we're going to have is more people dying. And meanwhile, the police are sitting here going why always pay nuts out to the be the bag guys. Will you just shot and killed two people in their home plus the dog plus the dog. Thank you. Because people care more about the dog. As it turned out breaking into the house without warning and opening fire with a shotgun were not a safer approach precipitator shootout during which at least five officers were injured four by gunfire. In to trust backed were killed based on the official description of the raid, which was not recorded. It is entirely possible. The Tuttle did not realize the are men invading his home where police officers it's hard to imagine that things would have turned out worse. Police had taken the quote dangerous approach of announcing themselves disastrous. Search supposedly was the culmination of a two week investigation triggered by a neighbor's tip during that time police apparently did not manage to document suspicious activity at the house or even identify the owners who had.

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"chris rich" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"To offer New Orleans history, of course for. Shadows. How this movie is supposed to in from George Michael into will Chamberlain to cream BIL. Jabbar to secure O'neil the Lakers from Minneapolis to Los Angeles. Always still the games. Most talented big man oceans twenty three twenty three is no different from oceans ninety nine and ocean's thirteen and oceans thirty three and oceans thirty four it doesn't matter. How many times the NBA remakes this movie fans love it? But we'll the city of New Orleans allow the pelicans to be an easy, Mark. That's what makes oceans Twenty-three. So fascinating. It was just eight days ago that the Los Angeles Rams stole a Super Bowl appearance from New Orleans when NFL refs refused. The call pass interference are helmet to helmet on a critical third-down play in the NFC championship. Saints fans. Are I rate Louisiana politician wide about the no call on the floor of the Senate? I was New Orleans. I'd ask for LeBron James seriously. The Lakers say no, then I say I'm good waiting until the season. But LeBron Chris rich fall and the Lakers still have more cards to play. This whole thing is orchestrated including the Davis trade demand. Leaking at seven AM eastern time on a Monday. Surely, you don't think that was organic LeBron Rich Paul or trying to manufacture a week long media frenzy. It all started late last week. When the Brian league that his works shutdown had ended LeBron is back to full contact practices. His attempt to fire Luke Walton has been put on the backburner until the conclusion of oceans Twenty-three it's cuff and season on Friday Laurent released video of him singing on rewind he tagged, Kyrie Irving. It's all part of the middle game being run on Anthony Davis. Why wait to be traded to.

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"chris rich" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on Double Toasted

"They made a black honeymooners. Yeah. First of all who wants to honeymooners hundred honeymooners movie anyway. Right. But there was no reason to make a black. I know honeymoon movie. I mean, they didn't they just did it. Yeah. So yeah. But yeah. For those who excited well put together, I can see why there I will hold out for the trailer before I get my excitement up, but good job with what they did here from technical standpoint that There you you. go people. We react. Let me see we got here. Couple of quickey meals, and they were done. Get that's true. Third third time's a charm. A lot of people saying they should bring bring in some stuff from. Bringing some stuff from like the real Ghostbusters, extreme Ghostbusters. Those things will cool, man. Right. When me with all the different cartoon series and the comic books this material out there. Yeah. Yeah. That Ghostbusters cartoon was actually really good, man. Whole. I I like the whole thing where every week they they it was. Appealed the kids on on on that fun level of man. What's gonna be the new monster of the week? Right. Yeah. You know that they can of pull the fun of that. That's cool. I'll tell you what if you can just do one thing for me. I'll tell you what to make this movie for me if they make slamma part of the crew like the Carl. Yeah. Yeah. I if y'all slam apart the crew good man, that's all I want. I love slime. I love I use a lot of cartoon. They had a slammers. Say that. Own show, a low I used to love Slama, man. You put him part of the crew you have with their with me. Yeah. The ghost busters. I watched the most was the live action goes busters all the one with the gorilla. Yeah. With Larry Storch and force Tucker. Yeah. Let's go hang into some emails real quick. And we're outta here. Chris rich space force space for war. And. He's as Corey have you heard about the new space for show. It's a comedy Netflixing just announced starring Steve Carell created career in Greg Daniels, creative the office because is based on Trump's space force idea. But you know, putting a comedic spin on it. What other spent exactly should you? See the episode in the White House. Say a wet capital. So word Trump orders nothing, but big Macs for that college football team. Yeah. That was that was a little too far fetched. Yeah. I hit trouble buying that. I guess so that would really happen. Do you think it'll be good? I'll tell you the pro it's going to have the problem that Mark just mentioned a lot of other writers talking about. How's it going to compete? What's going on real? That's going to be the thing, man. Let me see here. See going on. Yeah. Somebody remember we're doing space cow. Is that a ghostbuster show? What the hell is in. Let me go ahead go strap. Extreme ghostbusters. Okay. That for the eighties and everything was extremely. Knows the nineties where. Yeah, they were doing stuff like that, man. Like, I remember I went in the nineties, but they were doing like con- extreme versions of things that kinda were cool. I did they did a Tron show. And I think it was like something Disney. Exa Disney stream, I guess Disney's porn. That's one of the larger would like that show. Yeah. It was better than the movie. Yeah. Christopher airs question about unbreakable. So Bruce Willis character in the unbreakable movies has one weakness water, if he falls into a big body of water, like a pool or lake he starts to drown automatically you mentioned during the review that he has trouble fighting in the rain..

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Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and His Wife, MacKenzie, Are Getting Divorced

The Breakfast Club

02:32 min | 3 years ago

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and His Wife, MacKenzie, Are Getting Divorced

"Half of that you can get seven billion. He'll be hillsdale has your kids and raising your kids and helps you get to where you were Chris. Rich and your wife wants half fine. But if you making thirty thousand is she wants half, you'll give your wife have shown I can't believe course, I would give them away. There's still a hundred and sixty billion thirty seven hundred thirty seven billion you really need half of that. Do you? What about seventy billion? Great. The point the point is is cheaper to keep her name was really not like each other. That'd be breaking up at this point in the game. At the end of the day twenty five years together for children. Just as our right is here to give up seventy billion dollars. I'll be trying to work that out if you had seventy billion you would be like, all right? I still have seventy billion billion. I don't know a lot of money you make that again. Yeah. Right. He's the only person that's made that. All right. Well, that is your front page news. All right now, when we come back from housewives of Atlanta, Ronnie in Shinwari devoe, you know, Ronnie from bell biv devoe, you know, him from new addition now he's on housewives of Atlanta, his wife Shinwari, you might know her from the group black baby bringing it out to me. That black. All right. Well, we go kick it with them next. Don't over breakfast locomotor.

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"chris rich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Then let me think about this for second where you don't have normally three hundred and fifty pound people on the same plane envious as the hundred seventy five pound ball, baseball, hockey soccer. Okay. So it's not let me tell you about casper. If I got better sleep last night. Maybe that wouldn't happen. You think an eighteen year old kid could deal with bangs? That's what it's all about. I mean, craw not ready. Yeah. Every sport boxing is just gonna say physical sport was the what's the word. That was missing there. Like, a sports is basketball. You got me on basketball. Got you on all. Yeah. Yeah. I don't have a lot of room to move on this what donlevatar yo chicken times to God's modern gob live at our show with this to God's on ESPN radio. So I got us to got story for you. And we're going to update the polls in a second. This is not surprising about Stu gods. But he just he has no idea really how annoying he is though. Because he has been doing nothing for forty five minutes but wandering around here making nothing, but fangs references because of the Denver Broncos coaching search. He's just wandering around wearing everyone out with commentary on the defense. Could be fangs out, you know. And he's just he's got all sorts of ideas. He's bouncing off the walls in here. But this is what happened a couple of days ago. I'm not making it up. I need to explain to the audience the difference between the TV and radio studios. We work at the Cleveland or in south beach is famous bar on a famous strip of land and our radio and television studios are connected, but separate they're soundproof distances between the two and every once in a while. Stugatz will walk just leaving just leaving the building sort of through the television show because he's gotta get to go where he's going. So this is what actually happens I see God's leave. It's normal thing. We're done. I think. He leaves my view, and we are presently taping. And what we are taping has the numbers twenty five and ten minute. Okay. I want you to just know that this is all the information. Gots has as all he's heard is twenty five and ten now we were talking about Zion Williamson in a game or something. But we are taping. We are doing the segment and Stu guts yells comes back in and yells. You guys talking about the Pacers man not getting enough attention this year. It's the quietest twenty-seventh thirteen starting MBA yell to him. Get like you would with a dog. That's eating something shouldn't be. I love a good peyser snack. I mean. At lebatardshow. What would the pace snack Bacall? You take me. Take me for a walk. I p and a couple of bushes. I come back. You rub. My belly and give you a little Pacers. I talked couple of depots The chew. two. Lebatardshow Instagram and Twitter is how you update the poll. Does anyone else think that's weird? Like, he's got plenty of places where he can give all his sports opinions. The idea of telling us he's on his way out the door that the Pacers are underrated is useless to me. I think the the guys on this show just numb to it. They're used to since nineteen years old. Yeah. Bangs out defense, though. What are they doing Denver or are? They just get it. They're going to have things defense. And what are they doing the job under heating care? He just wanted the job. He didn't get what the arrangement was. And so I guess Scooby running off. He's like let me run the defense. Just the title of head coach kubiak, and do whatever the hell he wants on often hangs out this from long time longtime football insider, Alex marvez. Nothing concrete nothing is capitalized. But NFL folks I've spoken with this morning. Believe Chris Richard will land the Miami Dolphins at coaching job. Chris rich guy was different. It is the cat is really. Is it Richard or Rashard? Christmasy french. Why would you be friends? Now, he's there's a huge difference between Christmas shooting. Short. Let us calmer shore because Billy's right about this Richard with. Was just seeing how handsome this man. God Cowboys K R I S or this guy. This is the guy. Oh, he's handsome. Tim O some rate higher..

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"chris rich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Then let me think about this for second where you don't have normally three hundred and fifty pound people on the same plane envious as the hundred seventy five pound ball, baseball, hockey soccer. Okay. So it's not let me tell you about casper. If I got better sleep last night. Maybe that wouldn't happen. You think an eighteen year old kid could deal with bangs? That's what it's all about. I mean, craw not ready. Yeah. Every sport boxing is just gonna say physical sport was the what's the word. That was missing there. Like, a sports is basketball. You got me on basketball. Got you on all. Yeah. Yeah. I don't have a lot of room to move on this what donlevatar yo chicken times to God's modern gob live at our show with this to God's on ESPN radio. So I got us to got story for you. And we're going to update the polls in a second. This is not surprising about Stu gods. But he just he has no idea really how annoying he is though. Because he has been doing nothing for forty five minutes but wandering around here making nothing, but fangs references because of the Denver Broncos coaching search. He's just wandering around wearing everyone out with commentary on the defense. Could be fangs out, you know. And he's just he's got all sorts of ideas. He's bouncing off the walls in here. But this is what happened a couple of days ago. I'm not making it up. I need to explain to the audience the difference between the TV and radio studios. We work at the Cleveland or in south beach is famous bar on a famous strip of land and our radio and television studios are connected, but separate they're soundproof distances between the two and every once in a while. Stugatz will walk just leaving just leaving the building sort of through the television show because he's gotta get to go where he's going. So this is what actually happens I see God's leave. It's normal thing. We're done. I think. He leaves my view, and we are presently taping. And what we are taping has the numbers twenty five and ten minute. Okay. I want you to just know that this is all the information. Gots has as all he's heard is twenty five and ten now we were talking about Zion Williamson in a game or something. But we are taping. We are doing the segment and Stu guts yells comes back in and yells. You guys talking about the Pacers man not getting enough attention this year. It's the quietest twenty-seventh thirteen starting MBA yell to him. Get like you would with a dog. That's eating something shouldn't be. I love a good peyser snack. I mean. At lebatardshow. What would the pace snack Bacall? You take me. Take me for a walk. I p and a couple of bushes. I come back. You rub. My belly and give you a little Pacers. I talked couple of depots The chew. two. Lebatardshow Instagram and Twitter is how you update the poll. Does anyone else think that's weird? Like, he's got plenty of places where he can give all his sports opinions. The idea of telling us he's on his way out the door that the Pacers are underrated is useless to me. I think the the guys on this show just numb to it. They're used to since nineteen years old. Yeah. Bangs out defense, though. What are they doing Denver or are? They just get it. They're going to have things defense. And what are they doing the job under heating care? He just wanted the job. He didn't get what the arrangement was. And so I guess Scooby running off. He's like let me run the defense. Just the title of head coach kubiak, and do whatever the hell he wants on often hangs out this from long time longtime football insider, Alex marvez. Nothing concrete nothing is capitalized. But NFL folks I've spoken with this morning. Believe Chris Richard will land the Miami Dolphins at coaching job. Chris rich guy was different. It is the cat is really. Is it Richard or Rashard? Christmasy french. Why would you be friends? Now, he's there's a huge difference between Christmas shooting. Short. Let us calmer shore because Billy's right about this Richard with. Was just seeing how handsome this man. God Cowboys K R I S or this guy. This is the guy. Oh, he's handsome. Tim O some rate higher..

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"chris rich" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

12:10 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Enjoy this special commencement two thousand nineteen addition of a cigar Dave show as we look back at two thousand eighteen. We have had a great month on the cigar Dave show during national urban heritage month. We had some incredible guests. We started off with Frederick Booker. No, the third of Jim beam master distiller an ambassador Fred Nova third and actually when we had him on the day before his daughter-in-law and son had a baby. Boy, I think they're calling him. Frederick booker. No the fourth and he's going to be known as Booker. So congratulations to him. Then we had Dave Packer AL of oak view spirits. Former master distiller at makers, Mark he's been a consultant to the craft distilling industry work with whistle pig. Saint Augustine distillers in charge of the George Washington blend in distillery, garrison brothers of Texas. We've got one of their whiskeys about forty fifty different craft distilleries he's worked with and last week. We had Harlen Wheatley master distiller of buffalo trace, by the way. I was just thinking about this at my pleasure palace. There are more bottles of. Of American whiskey and bourbon than there are members of the harem because we have thirty two at anyone given time in the harem, and I think I count about ninety seven bottles. And I think I brought about fifteen or eighteen of them today. So just like Kentucky. There are actually more barrels aging than there are people at the pleasure of Palestine or bottles of bourbon and American whiskey. There are members of the Harrow which tops out at thirty two. So little side note there now American whiskey, which we're also going to be sampling today can also include right, whiskey rye, whiskey weet, whiskey. Tennessee whiskey corn, whiskey and we've seen an increase in the number of whiskies that are using wheat. And that really tames things up a little bit my smoothness. And we've even seen Jack Daniels uses a little bit of wheat. Now. They sure do they use a lot of barley. It's like the object is now defined the finest product to start with to the best distillation because. Education on distillation, and then just put together some really nice beverages to go out into the market with be different world different. As people go out term be different with your product, Chris rich of spirit investment partners. They are involved with heaven's door bourbon, and stolen, whiskey and one of my favorite bourbons. That was introduced to me gotta be now about five plus years ago from Somalia angels envy. Sick general you're gonna love the guys that started Woodford reserve, the master distiller try this the bottle is unique and it really has become a huge hit so much. So that I want to say about maybe two years ago. The company was sold. Angels envy was sold an actual Cardi Bacardi took took a Cardi and actually they're doing. So well that they are. They just finished building a new distillery. They're talking about building another new distillery because businesses been so good and Lincoln Henderson who is now deceased. I was we had him on the show for great. Gotta have on. Great passion for what he was doing. And now interesting story, Chris after the sale you have a sales team you've got distillers. You got a whole crew out there wanting to do something. And here you are here. We are we launched the brand individual beginning of may. And we've got all the team back together that was involved at the beginning of building angels envy and launched the brand heaven's door along with another gentlemen. People are familiar with name Bob Dylan. Bob dylan. Here you go. You see his name written right on the label on the back so house Bob Dylan involved on this. He's part owner thirty five percent of the. Yeah. Okay. Like a rock. Yep. Two years ago. He decided he was interested in getting the whiskey business, and our our people caught one to that. And started the the conversation is to get involved and three years later, we have heaven's door. All right. And by the way, very unique bottle versus not quite like the angels envy bottle. But again, a very unique bottle that has not really it's got just looking at it initially the profile how it kind of narrows kind of starts narrow and then widens out flares out. But you've got some interesting things on the front that are like Boston here that are will Bob Dylan does sculpturing I didn't know that. So welder does metal work and welding welding studio, and that's an honor of that. I I did not know where does Bob Dylan reside. Now LA I believe is in LA Zion work studios in LA. All right. It's called the black buffalo black buffalo. I like that. And of course, I know Bob is Robert Allen Zimmerman way back from his days. In Duluth when he was born in Duluth Minnesota. But always in Malibu, but how do you get Robert Allen Zimmerman to Bob Dylan, Bob, the Robert I get I'm trying to figure out the the other day, but in any event good old Bob Dylan. So does he actually bourbon drinker? I would assume yes, he has a whiskey drinker, and he was involved in the blending and the processes we came with with coming up with the taste profile and whatnot with the whisky legendary master distiller, Fred no, the third of Jim beam. Fred, it is great to have you on the cigar Dave show. Once again, the last time we had you on. I think it was about three years ago. And as always we enjoy talking bourbon and talking Jim beam, and you are direct descendant of Jim beam. That's greg. Yeah. It's my pleasure to be chatting with you this morning when we look at cigars, and we look at bourbon bolt really experienced very similarities in the marketplace. They were very popular going back in the forties in the fifties. Even the sixties, and then they went on a downtrend and all of a sudden about twenty years ago, we saw this resurgence renaissance not only with cigars, but with bourbon as well. What do you attribute that bourbon renaissance too? I think a lot of that, you know, rekindling the fire under bourbon goes back to four guys dot called the elder statesman of the bourbon industry when you look at Jimmy Russell from wild Turkey Parker beam from heaven hill from Blanton's and most certainly my father Booker now in the seventies and early eighties. They started looking at creating premium bourbons, and they went out on the road and started educating people on what bourbon was all about. And I think folks wanted didn't really know about bourbon didn't know what there was kind of your dad's drink are your grandfather's drink. But then they got out there and started showing people. Hey, it's more than just a shot at the bar like the Cowboys that bellied up to the bar in the western movies. You know, you can make cocktails. You can enjoy it lead on the rocks in Greeks, and it opened up people to experiment with bourbon. And I think that's what kinda got people looking at it. And then more and more education. The consumers were educated on bourbon, and they started being inquisitive. You look back in history. A lot of times people were dead set on a certain beverage that they enjoyed and that's what they drain, but as time has evolved, people are more inquisitive and try different things when they go out. And I think they discovered bourbon is not as bad as I think it is. You know, there's. Something here. If you presented right. And it's not too strong. You can enjoy it. I always tell people if you taste of bourbon and make a face, and it's too strong. Bring it down to a strength of pleasing to your palate. So you can enjoy it. And that was kind of what my dad, and the other elder statesman were teaching people about bourbon, and I think that's what rekindled the fire under the bourbon category. It's been a huge resurgence of all the Brown spirits when you look at bourbon, and you look at scotch whisky and Irish whiskey, it's just a very hot segment and just like the renaissance the boom in cigars took the cigar manufacturers by surprise same thing with the bourbon distillers and both are similar in that you can't just say, okay. We need to up our production. Great. Let's increase our production by fifty percent, and we can get it out to market in in a month. It doesn't work that way because you have those in in barrels in it it takes, but you can't rush the hands of time. It takes a minimum of four years sometimes longer. So what's interesting to me is there are more barrels filled with bourbon aging in Kentucky. Then there are people in Kentucky. Which is an amazing fact it is pretty cool. But we can't just rush. He always liked it statistic. When he put it out there. Her more barrels of bourbon aging in Kentucky. Then there are folks living here, which it's a pretty strong industry here in our state, and it is my pleasure to welcome. A giant in the world of bourbon, and distilled spirits. We are joined right now by Dave pickerel, who now has his own firm called oak view spirits, but for many many years, he was the master distiller at maker's, Mark. And let's face it who doesn't love some makers forty six David is great to have a cigar. Dave show. Thank you. When you started at makers it was well known. But really would you say it was more like a boutique type of bourbon? Well, it was it was mostly a state bourbon. It was almost exclusively Kentucky in a little bleed over into joining states. And it wasn't until after I got there that they started branching out to becoming a regional and then national and then international bread. You know, it just it just hit all the things at the right time. Make case was really the first premium spirit their first their first. Ad slogan was taste expensive. At is. That's what was everybody was so in their whiskey for about four ninety nine and makers was selling a bottle for five or six ninety nine a fifty percent premium on that was unheard of that era. And they were really the brand that put trade neom an ultra premium and superpremium into Americans vernacular, what comes to spirits, and when we look at the maker's Mark, I think it was very unique about that. Is that it it does have some soft red winter wheat, which really makes it attains it makes it very smooth. And and instead of you know, the usual ri- they put the Weeden and to me that's why it's just such a smooth drinking bourbon. Oh, yeah. Always thought of maker says a great spot to enter the category. 'cause it's easy. You know, it's not an aggressive product at all. It's just an easy drank and anybody can drink it. And that that was a attributed to its success is that that that it was smoother and mellower because it had weight instead of Ryan Nashville, and I know that makers had a little controversy a few years ago because they wanted to I think dilute or take the age statement off if I'm not mistaken, which most every bourbon has done now. But there is a huge rebellion from the makers consumers in their ambassadors, and they kind of brought rescinded their their decision at the time. It'll make us has an unbelievable following the people, and and they're very very passionate people, and you know, and kind of their mantras don't mess with my bliss. At I maybe makers miss a just didn't quite apprehend the full force of their consumers and their and their desire for the whiskey not to change at any respect. Well, and they were always known as a really a premium priced product and people think of a premium priced product, they want a premium product master distiller.

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"chris rich" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"chris rich" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Like, would you go into like eighteen or seventeen hundreds and be like, I'm rich will be enough to be nineteen hundred. I said listen. Okay. So then if that's the if that's the parameters, I think the great depression is when you go. Otherwise, otherwise the fifties. Because I think it was cool. I like the war was over the depression was over and it was just time to lake basically, drink your whisky and like dominate your females. And that's what they did. Let's let's be honest. I would choose to be rich at any point in human history at anytime. Would you choose at any point to be rich or just your life? Now, we'd rather be rich in like taken the thirteen hundreds of we're just regular life. Now. What good is being Richmond is like running cross. Chris rich for your life expectancies like thirty site. And there's like, okay, I'm rich. But even take a shower think I'd set a firm date at like seventeen eighty okay? Okay. I like that like right afterward country. Like, all right. There is America. Oh, that's a that's a random date. I picked, but that's very good point. You don't wanna be anywhere else? But American own America. Now, we're talking every go very interesting question. I'd watch what up KFC five Puerto Rican. Cuffs. Daddy, seven thinking about this for the last few weeks. I was on a plane in watched field of dreams and some baseball fan and everyone saying it was one of the best sports movies ever. I was laughing. This is one of the worst movies. I have ever seen criminally overrated bite your tongue sole premises. Ridiculous. All in all just a horrible movie. So you know, my question is what movie you guys think is criminally overrated that you wish people just shut the fuck up about. By the way. This says that Augusta Caesar adjusted for inflation at four point six trillion dollars. Yeah. Right. That makes them. I think this is a ridiculous phone call. Yeah. The field of dreams is unrealistic fucking kidding talking about gate when people coming back from the dead because of a magical baseball field. If you if you if you unrealistic dragons stupid dragons cannot possibly fly that altitude, I if you can't like enjoy or appreciate that guy having a fucking catch with his dad. You're an asshole. Criminally overrated. I mean, the godfather. It's the God in home alone. Two. Does that have good does that have good reviews that will be fucking blows? What home alone two is so bad watch one though. Of course, what what don't you like about home onto that sucks? Can you just awful? I'll tell you what's unrealistic about that fucking. Parents did the same thing again like that that wouldn't have twenty nine percent on tomatoes. Oh, okay. Never mind. I take that back. Then I assumed it was like, no. But you're right. I mean, whatever fucking tomatoes stupid like the general the general vibe on home alone. Is that like one into or like interchangeable people love that movie? It's correctly rated at twenty nine. I it's not it's not. I mean. Yeah. Yeah. You're like you like one of those people who like well, all the police should have gone over like the parents should have done this. That's a counter. No, not really. No. I I'm fine with it. Yeah. The parents thing I take that back. I'm fine with it being unrealistic like it sets up the actual just the movie is boring instincts. When he's in the plaza and shit. Like that. No like a little kid like living out, the talk boy and shit like that, and Harry and Marv like really gonna fall all these booby-traps again, you're in climb up that letter. I mean, you're going to let those bricks if you in the face, I get fucking that movie sucks. I'm won't stand for this. Do you mean other one besides on deck, and I'm just going to take your silence agreement in the godfather and the godfather to booking also movies? That's correct. Name some names some highly rated movies, and I'll tell you if they suck or not..

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