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What It Means When Children Are Under Fire
"We have a full house today though. Chris ted and john can you introduce yourself. Hi everyone. i'm chris brown. I'm the president of brady and hi everybody. My name is ted bonar. I'm a clinical psychologist and the director of an family fire and then sort of our man of the hour. Is it strange when you walk into a virtual meeting space and everyone just holds your book up with notes and says okay. Let's get started on delighted. Delighted actually see it in the world. I've been living with it for the weird thing about a book. You know you finish it so long ago and then you wait and you wait and you wait and then suddenly you actually see it out there so now it's it's always a thrill to see waved around admit meetings okay. That's that's a relief. I'm glad we didn't scare you. John and would you mind telling your listeners. A little bit about yourself as well as your great buck children under fire. Sure my name is john. Woodrow cox. I'm a staff writer at the washington post. And i'm the author of children under fire in american crisis. The sort of the short summary of the book is it's meant to be really an intimate account of the way that gun. Violence devastates this country and anna anna. Also a bit of a path forward in ways that we could make some small differences to help those kids both before and after they suffer trauma from gun wiles. I think intimate is a perfect word to describe this book as you detail. The ways in which children are impacted by gun violence through stories of a handful of children. What i'm wondering is what prompted you to write. Not just about the physical effects of gun violence in what that effect is on children but the psychological ex i think that so much of the coverage around the way that kids are impacted by gun. Violence focuses on the kids who get shot. We have such a narrow focus. And this really applies. I think to adults as well. There's this really narrow focus on and that's the headlines. I mean we can look at what happened yesterday. As an example. There's a school shooting all the cable news. Networks make a calculation to say. Let's wait and see how many people died right. One person died they move on. That's not an high enough death
"chris ted" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
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"chris ted" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Thank you open the boot. You don't need. You don't have to have a key for that either go back out and look in the boot. Because it'll have my resume. Now he's gone it'll. It'll have my name and my briefcase will be in there with my name in it and also my resume. As to what I've done with my life and I I'm pretty sure prominent I put to up. I did I'm very proud of that There's another instrument in the marching band though that is that can be discerned. The Tuba believe me I, I was an excellent Tuba player. My dream was to play, for Leeann, Ridvan. Now you know now that's right. I Dare I say it dare I go ahead and go out on a limb and say Leeann red bone that was my dream to backup the greatly unread bone but I think I sent an audition tape to him and he was out of town he was back in Sweden attending opera or something. And I don't know really know what happened to my audition tape If anyone with Leeann read bonus state is listening. My name is well I'll have my name in a moment if you just keep listening or perhaps call us when I get the phone number. and. Ask for me or just say, okay, we'll check and then hang the phone up go check if you can find. The. The tape that I sent my audition tape I'll be the guy playing the Tuba course. That's a ridiculous statement because. How many to audition? Do you get quite a few? I'm sure. Moving back to our comment or commentary, we'll buildings leave if that's my name I don't know what what did it say on the website we we don't know what the website is owned. My name is, but there's a website out there with my actual name on it whoever I am and it has. The My name and then curb apple you know and we're talking about again the parade of life. So the floats are what distract us but here comes the marching band with the dissonance. Among the disciplined instruments is the Bazooka. And it's not a bazooka. It's it sounds like it is a Zucca the Bazooka is. I. Know the Bazookas a weapon that can be used to destroy in warfare tanks, but you can use it as a in some way shape or form. I sat right next to a young lady that I fell in love with in college it was either college or high school forgive me you'd think I'd know the difference but I I know we had uniforms on in the school was fairly large i. think it might have been a college and. I sat next to a young lady who I fell in love with and I pledged my life to hers on a Very Very Beautiful Spring Day some twenty years ago. And she got up and left But I I gave it my best. But she was playing a bazooka. So no one and I sat next to her throughout the entire. Season I think it was football season. And because I remember. Putting on this uniform and going you. Marching up and down with my knees high and then I turn around and March up and down with my knees high and and a man would come out and he would dance with his big furry hat that was a marching band. I was a positive one. And I'd like to say. Among. The many many instruments mind was played with sweetness and with clarity. The young lady to whom I pledged my eternal love who I just met that day and then I didn't see her again and that sounds weird. Doesn't it but at least it tells you that I was capable of pledging by turn love to someone. Because it never happened again after that just that one day I saw her and I pledged my turn love and I said I will make you the happiest woman in my life. She excused herself to go to the ladies room and but she left her bazooka behind and I began to analyze to look at it. I pretty much forgotten about her. Not that I wasn't pleased, don't love them and leave them although I didn't even I didn't even shake her hand so. But I was very enamored of her for about thirty to thirty five seconds until I saw the bazooka that she was playing or the Bazooka Baz zooms that's what you call a woman's breasts. That's crude filthy term. Whoever you are I'm talking to my aides right now my staff I don't like the word AIDS Like. Did you find? WHERE'S MY CAR It was the wrong car. Well, why was it opening up? All right and you have my briefcase great is my name anywhere in it all right. They're looking for my name right now. Also remember my resume. Thank you. They finally was it in the boot it was in the trunk that was what I was looking for and I've said the thing and I'm thinking the thing from the North Pole that attacked although scientists is actually laying over the back of my car and you have to lift up the thing to get wouldn't that be a crazy state of affairs think of the deaths think of the numbers of people that would be gould alive trying to just get into the trunk to find my briefcase instead they're rented from Togo. And So we all remember what happened to those. German. Shepherds in the nineteen fifties version of the thing and then what happened to the humans in the nineteen, eighty, six or five the it was. Who did a John? John. John John John John John Kennedy John. Kennedy did the thing in nineteen nine hundred. Eighty six. John Carpenter. John Carpet the astronaut. The astronaut. The names that are the same. There was a carpenter that was. Gay Carpenter or crypt. Chris Ted Carpenter was an astronaut. Enough said about that. So when you are playing in the marching band of life as I was and you play a cool clean sweep Tuba and everyone else is off base is off kilter the sound coming.
"chris ted" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"That bad year three years ago, one, thousand, five, hundred, twenty, four, and one, thousand, four, hundred, twenty, four, so informed the last five years. He's been on pace for at least one, thousand, two, hundred and eighty six yards. He's good and people afraid of him, so yeah I think there's there's good question is is he? Is He is? Is he worthy of being put into that top tier? In Fan well. In Peoria about doing that now with Brady their PR, he's. He's never had ninety catches so. He's. He's a yards per catch guy, he's not. I can go like Cantagalo Day right and it's. No hitter ninety six catch season he did. Years Three and he's only played a high. Seventy five targets that year, so but probably not going to have ninety catches sure. Yeah, no, your your point stands, but also today's point like he might not necessarily be in the elite, but the reason I kind of wanted to. Talk about him is he's gone too late. I think the gap between Godwin is too big based on how we think Brady will fit and digs point about what areas walks like Brady's tendencies in the past aren't a locked to be the same Bruce Arians offense, which is very vertical. It was very vertical with James is also very vertical Ryan Fitzpatrick. It's not just it was vertical with with Carson. Palmer backing Arizona. It's not just been. Any individual quarterback. It's been more. Iranians style so I don't know man I. Don't understand person you gonna go so far ahead. Well it. He doesn't in this draft in this ADP. Actually only separated by three or four spots. But you're right in our leagues. It seems like Godwin is. Twelve thirteen turn at Evans, almost the next turn to full rounds. It's gotta crazy. Yeah, all right. Let me ask you one more. ADP Question Guys Lamar Jackson and AJ Green. That's your Combo. Number one the mark. Jackson Aj Green or Russell Wilson and Kenny Golladay. Wilson Golden Yeah. CLEAN SWEET! That's an easy one. I read some emails fantasy football at CBS DOT com. This one comes from bryce coffin Dafur. Looking to pick up a tight end in my dynasty league after our rookie drafts I currently have Eric Ron no offense and Ian Thomas. I WANNA drop Ian Thomas. which tight end would you recommend Jack Doyle Blake? Darwin or Chris Herndon. I'm on board with dropping. Bron for Darwin. You would hold on. I WanNa see I WANNA get out of Thomas. Time in his career is three years. This is his third year in the NFL, it's the first time he's got a clear path to play time and I think he can be I think he can be used nicely. In that Carolina offense. Agree who is the third tighter? Chris Ted end that he could add. That he has he had got. Fan and Man Yeah. I drop on for. Next e mail comes from Joseph and just one last thing I think that there's more long term potential Anjar when there isn't doyle and earned an Andy Brown. I did not far behind jar win, and I might actually drop both Thomas India, but I agree with what Dave said about Thomas but I still think I would drop both. Thompson, Hebron four Darwin earned. I'm not feeling it with her and. Joe Is from Pittsburgh. He's in a team or league with three keepers to veterans and one rookie I'm keeping Zeke and miles sanders I have Dalvin Cook, but the Kamera owner cannot keep Kamera due to his contract restriction being up. Would you trade Dalvin? Cook for Alvin? Kamara. A hate when things like this happen and lease were teams can trade players because they can't keep them. Before the draft. Happens during the regular season. It's fine. That's fair game. Yes, of course if you can trade a guy who might hold out and serious. He said this before that so. I have Kamera. Cook Okay Yeah. Let's let's pretend to hold out. Thing isn't really a thing right now. Let's pretend Alvin Cook signs for thirteen million. The Vikings just lose their mind sure. I'm still making the trade I am to commemorate I. Mean Yeah. Breezes probably gone after this year, but he had a high ankle sprain last year, and he still is pretty good, and he's still got eighty one receptions for exactly eighty one for the third straight season. It's one of those weird stats. His explosiveness was sapped a little bit, and because of that his his receiving explosiveness was down, but really it was mostly touched touchdowns. The touchdowns weren't there about a little bit of a couple pods a couple weeks ago. New Orleans saints running back almost every season have twenty running back touchdowns, plus almost every year have for for several years last year. They only had twelve between Chimera Latavius Murray I'm expecting that. Denounce back for sure I. Don't think that's all tastes mail. I don't think that's all you know some big trend change. I think it was kind of more flu compared to what they've had over the over a lot of years, and I expect chimeras sixty last year to look more like the thirteen eighteen that he had in his first two years. Next year will is from Goodman Brown I have the first pick in a ten team PTR. Redraft League, you start to running backs, two receivers Affleck's in a tight end picking McCaffrey first overall is mostly a no brainer. It's a no brainer, but the big question is who you take with your second and third picks, so these are GonNa be picked twenty and twenty one I'd be curious to see what all of your opinions are on. Who should be taken with these picks and what strategies you might be considering. I would go. I. I was going to say if you can. Have a great running back or a great tight end. One of the top two tight ends fall into your lap. You take him. what you should probably do before your draft is no which tight ends it's going to be Kelsen. Kittle, which running backs. It'll probably be some combination of drake cler. Chub and Edwards Allaire that you would take ahead of a wide receiver. And the wide receivers that would be there. They'll range from. COP GOLLADAY DJ MORAL BE THERE Really will be there. Mike Evans will be there and theon will be there. Rank those guys. You're probably GONNA end up taking two receivers to go with McCaffrey. But obviously be open to taking one of the other positions as.
"chris ted" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Josh Clark this Charles TV Chuck Bryant. There's Jerry Beryl laughs. And this is stuff you should know to quickstart. Yeah, like I don't WanNa. Hear anymore impressive record. Yeah, she knows. or at least cuts off whatever conversation on chiding. Great, I'm telling you if we could release the twenty seconds before show as its own show. Yeah, that would be terrible. Novacare no. We think it was funny when everybody else would be like you edit this out for a reason Yup. So chuck how you doing great. Have you ever been to? Provence France. Now, is that a place? Yeah, no, I haven't. It is a a rustic little town in Provence. And it is. Strangely, maybe even ironically in the non hipster use, but in the the actual yeah. It's a real word definition of the word. also sight to one of the most futuristic engineering projects humanities ever undertaken. meet it. Sounded makes oh. I thought you. Mocking me no, no, no, we're being thrilled by the thought of this thing. No, it is Kinda funny. Things in sleepy little town like hamlet may be in Switzerland. That's not in the city, is it? No, you can't build these things in cities. That's whether sleepy exactly because no one knows are being poisoned, and you can push the mirror around pretty easy. Exactly this thing is called Eiter iter which is an acronym for the international thermonuclear experimental reactor. Right, which really gets the point across it, you know the word acronym is an acronym. That's not true, okay. I just want to see how long you would try and sort it out in your head I would've kept going means thirty seconds. That would've been a great joke. I could have just kept going. I'm going to tell you. I would have been would have. Maybe fifteen seconds because we got much more. So now. We're a look it up to figure that out myself. Anyway, eiter is this a colossal engineering project somebody? Compared to the Pyramids at Giza. Yeah. That's that's exciting stuff or The thing is it's a nuclear fusion reactor, and it's the culmination of decades of attempts to create a nuclear fusion reactor. Yes, because we got vision down and we'll talk about the difference in a minute. Yeah, but fusion has been very elusive and nowhere. Is it more apparent than in the EITER project? Yeah, because the thing is going to cost approximately fifty billion dollars when it's completed fifty billion dollars, they started in nineteen ninety-three. They're hoping to turn on the switch in two thousand and twenty, but it's looking like two thousand and twenty, three or two, thousand, twenty four. And it won't be starting to produce anything until the two thousand and forties at the earliest. So. What's the point? I'll tell you the point. Yeah, if we can figure out nuclear fusion, chucking the world's literally the world's energy problems. We'll be solved for molyneaux. If, we can just figure this out. We will have A. Almost no radio activity, nuclear option almost. Limitless fuel supply. Yeah, totally green clean, no pollution of greenhouse emissions right and. With plenty of energy to spare. Yeah, using the already extant infrastructure, we have to supply power like you don't have to completely rebuild everything you can just. To the electrical cables outside, yeah, it'll be the exact same thing. Yeah, you can just go to a nuclear fission reactor. Impress the button that says fusion, and it'll all of a sudden join atoms instead of split them exactly guide easy. That's what the difference with vision you're splitting atoms, and you're gaining energy from that with fusion. You're smack together. Yeah, and you're gaining even more energy because you're exploiting a different fundamental force. Yeah, and that I was being coy. Clearly, there is no button because we would push longtime ago. Yeah and when I say no pollution and greenhouse emissions before the pedantic among you right in. We know that just even shipping something from here to their. Houses pollution and greenhouse emissions good, but talking about the output of the reactor. itself is very green, so if you want to know all about either well, we're going to talk about it here there. Because it's just you just can't talk about nuclear fusion reactors and not mention either, but if you want to know a lot about either, there is a really great article, called Star in a bottle in its by a person named Ralphie Kutcher Durian and it was written in the New Yorker not too long ago. Yeah, and man it is. Every detail you WANNA. Know about the either project written really well and it's long, but it's totally worth the read. Yeah, it's all over the news lately. And for good reason you said a lot of energy I have a stat going to throw back to the old days here. Per Kilogram of fuel if we're talking fusion, envision laid on me. Fusion produces four times more energy than vision. I saw seven. Forty five to ten or something. I found four times, and at ten million times more coal, yeah, ten million times, yeah, the energy as coal, and that's with equal fuel per kilogram fuel, right. I mean it is the future. Yeah, and you can say well. That's great because we want eighteen million times. The amount of power that coal provides, you can say whether buddy. You can also bring a backwards because. You can supply an awful lot of power then with a lot less fuel, yeah! We're like the advantage of nuclear fusion are mind, boggling, and and very few downsides which will get to of course I mean like really genuinely. It's not just like some. Like here's all the great stuff about it and just don't pay attention to all these like really horrible. Ask Yes, like there really aren't too many downsides. The downside is we are. At this moment incapable of successfully creating a commercially viable nuclear fusion reactor? That's right, but we've got an understanding of what the challenges are ahead of us. Thanks to the last fifty or so years of really really really smart physicists working on the problem of nuclear fusion. And the great inspiration for nuclear fusion is the sun, the sun, and all stars like it are enormous, immense nuclear fusion reactors, so if you are building a nuclear fusion reactor here on, Earth, you're essentially creating a star. And that is a very difficult thing to do. It turns out. Yes, the Sun creates an we talked about the sun and are very famous episode on the Sun. The Sun Creates six hundred twenty million metric tons. It fuses six hundred and twenty million metric tons of hydrogen at its core every second, so every second at the sun's core, they produces enough power to light up new. York City for one hundred years, New York City every second, and that's the sun, and all we wanna do is do the same thing on a much smaller scale. I think the guy. There's this kid who built one in his garage. And he said he wanted to Chris Ted talk he wanted to create a star in a box. Is what he called it. Yeah, seen it like.
"chris ted" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Rudy Kono's Margaret Gray. How are you? I'm great? I'm feeling great. I'm feeling fresh and feeling alive and this is this is exciting. This is your your next three fights in two thousand seventeen and here is another fight here coming up against Norton. He was a challenge. I wasn't he well. My understanding gets he was. He thought that he was. He felt offended that I didn't think he was the big raging sex king south Adam. I'm older than him. I have a husband I nonetheless. He felt very offended. He felt disrespected. That's the word they use disrespected. And if it could ask you to back off the microphone a little bit yet they use the word disrespect. He disrespected so I said I'll tell you what let's go ahead and throw down down at the ballroom and he's all in you know Chris he's all were was that you know but he will be arriving. He wanted to arrive with music and a fanfare. And I said you don't understand that's usually reserved for the champion. Yes but you know what Chris? Whatever floats your boat and you see I. Do I see Chris door coming in right now? that's in the south portico entrance over there Porticos portico this. It's it's a load entrance and he is Coming out of the car yet. I don't know gives a door opening and Chris Norton is coming in and you hear the money interest only brought US music. Chris is doing these big. The kids used to call. It shouldn't probably say women politically correct. The ghetto blaster does. He's got the big Radio on his shoulders. He's coming in here. Chris how I wanted. You can easily see what I WANNA come over. Here near broadcast microphones. Here now you'll notice. This is the kind of thing that I don't really. It's he's he gets off though he certainly does get off this Gordon. He Sang just a few more Chris. Can we get crystalline? Be over here in just a moment. Chris sale of the year Chris. Ted Bill Beverly Hills High Dickhead. You can call me JOE CICCHETTI. Talk tell anyone by their last name is great. She was supposed to be here. I'll either iced tea or something. I mean he was she. She was already she was here. She doesn't seem to care the entrance. I knew the deal off fancier and they WANNA fight so. Tell me about this Chris you know you challenged her because you said she disrespected you. Is that music going to be? How long was the music? Plays this as well as Sp. You guys want us to have the music air. If you want so. Chris told me about it. I just feel you know what I will turn off. I'm sorry it's a big deal out of. It's just. It's a pain in the ASS. Yeah I felt disrespected. Because she said she thought that I was growing. I mentioned having a phone. Call the thousand days now. The focus thousand days. There's talking about that just a moment. That is a that comes off. You're right it's it's not a stink. It's more of an essence of says that you get when you have. Sassy don't you can't catch a shower in between between sex partners that yeah this correction between south partners so the the fucking mania and a lot of people are thinking. The House is something that's going to be a secret weapon that you'll have here tonight. What do you think I mean I had not planned on and I have not thought about it but I have not. You know what you haven't planned on. I mean Chris Bell here you know what I knew each other right. It's real surly her her you on the air and everything. Yeah let me ask you something. She'd beat you in the preliminaries giving back in two thousand seventeen. You tell us why. Well I mean. I didn't expect a lot thinks you're going to do. I didn't know that she was going to take Kim Bottle openers. To try to she went after my is all she did not yes she did yes she did you try to go after one of my eyes with open arms you try to go after my down there with a pool curious. I forget what it was it a bar and with a bar stool or or what we have from the sublime rooms as you try to go down there and all right. Chris you WanNa get ready and just over the border and we know that we got shorty Winston here short he has told me and has told you. Ted what the the basic roll up to this thing will be. Yeah even though even Chris's the typically the Challenger still going to be walking into the bar. I was just saying even though I thought that Margaret was going to be walking. The market's going to be Chris. Walking into the bar in. Chris is going to be the one who will issue the challenge which is sloppy with your drink. Give that boy a bib or in this case gave that girl bebe she needs her mama and sloppy with the drink sloppy with your drink. Give that boy a bib or give girl in this case and then she needs her mama and that is what Kicks it off. So you have the basic steps in rolling up here involve fight for this Twenty twenty five to hear from the Waverley ballroom warehouse here in South Central Los Angeles and we will be right back in here on Joe Decade Jack in general given Shaw anybody to call all the action here from the Barroom Supplyhouse here in downtown showdown twenty twenty two twenty twenty brought to you by tens of Beverly Hills.
"chris ted" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"That's a crude filthy term whoever you are. I'm talking to my aides right now. <hes> my staff. I don't like the word aids i'd just like. Did you find where's my car. It was the wrong car well. Why was it opening up all right and you have my briefcase. Great is my name anywhere in at all right. They're looking for my name right now. Also remember my resume thank you they found it was in the boot. It was in the trunk. That was what i was looking for and i've said the thing and i'm thinking the thing from the north pole that attacked although scientists is actually laying over the back of my car and you have to lift up the thing to get wouldn't that be a a crazy state of affairs think of the deaths think of the numbers of people that would be gould alive trying to just get into the trunk to find my briefcase instead they're rendered from head to toe and <hes> so <hes> we all remember what happened to those german shepherds in the nineteen fifties version of the thing and then what happened to the humans in nineteen eighty six or five the it was who did a john <hes> john john john john john john kennedy john on kennedy did the thing in nineteen eighty to eighty six john carpenter that was at john carpet. He was the astronaut. Who's the astronaut tonight. You know it's funny. The names that are the same there was a carpenter. That was guy carpenter. Chris ted carpenter was an astronaut might enough said about that <hes> so when you are playing in the marching band of life as i was and you play a cool clean sweep tuba and everyone else is off base race is off kilter. The sounds coming from the thing wanna make you rich blood. This is when you have to look at yourself and say let's take a break. We'll be right back here. You're on the i can't remember my name. I can't we'll be right back..
"chris ted" Discussed on Zen Parenting Radio
"As they get older planting seeds. Yes. And developing their neurobiology and developing their, you know, their own belief systems about what a relationship is. And developing their own. I don't wanna belief systems, isn't it? I would say it's more neurobiology. I would say it's more about their hard wiring about their expectation. And here's the thing for those of you who have had, you know, you've maybe gone through divorce or there been major challenges or health challenges or whatever it's not again. It's not just about static everything always. Okay. It's about how it was managed. You know, do you talk about it? Is there some awareness around? It is it can you communicate about things is was there some healing. Is there some lessons learned this still is helpful to our neurobiology? Like we can't in life. Be like I'm gonna you know, one thing that Glenn talked about at our conference that made everybody laugh Lennon Doyle, yes was about this. You know, our generation of parenting the way we parent is we were given our children. And basically, what was said to us is raise these children. Let nothing happen to them. Let no drop of water hit their head let no pain reach them. And that was kind of what we have grown up in, you know. And again, I'm saying up because we were young adults when we became parents. And there's this belief system that we were supposed to protect our kids from pain rather than help them navigate through pain. And this is why Julie our other speaker, Julie Lefkada Hames wrote a book about how to raise an adult because she while she was dean at Stanford started experiencing these children who were raised in such a way that they were overprotected and they were not given enough autonomy. And they were not. They were protected from things rather than supported through thing. And there's a difference. Whereas the other joke is the way we were raised, you know. And again as Glennon said, you know, the the parents were giving us our parents were given us, and they just basically said, yeah. Take him home. You know, smoke drank do whatever you need to do. Let them play until late, and we grew up in a much more on Thomas environment. Right. Wouldn't you describe it as that? Yeah. And I think the sweet spot first of all there is no sweet spot. But if there was it would be a balance between house away we were raised in the seventies and eighties and how we raise our kids and the two thousand and two thousand ten and everything else. Right. Think it's that balance between the two and then twenty years from now is going to be a balance between two other generations. So this continues to evolve, and I think the, you know, the key is is it's not so much about picking out the components of our childhood and their childhood in like micromanaging them. It's looking at it as a whole and remembering that connection is. Is everything self awareness helps us connect? And that our children's ability to develop self awareness helps a manage their emotional experiences helps them respond rather than react helps them practice self compassion, which then in turn helps them practice compassion for the world, cultivate, intrinsic motivation, and those things will never go out of style. No, you know, I mean, we can go back in time, and we can go I think we could even go forward into the future. I was listening to a podcast. It's an old one with Steven pinker. You know, who that guy is Sam Harris refers to Milad he kinda has he's done a lot of research around that actually, even though the news, and so many other outlets. Tell us that things are getting worse. His research focuses on he cumulates data. And he's and he thinks things are getting better on the and his data. Prove suggests that correct. The data says things are getting better. Why people struggle with his data is because. Does he you know, it's about the individual experience versus the whole like he will say actually things are getting better. There's so many less people in poverty, so many more people are fed. And then, you know, somebody who is in a job that is disappearing like somebody who works in coal or something like that. They will say, but my life's not getting better. So therefore things aren't getting better. But it's the it's the micro versus the MAC and know think about my dad was born in nineteen forty what was going on in the world in nineteen forty. We're in the middle of World War Two were a bazillion people were killed, right, obviously, they're still war. So we're not close to having it perfect. And you know, but but just through that lens alone. We're getting right. And you know, why did I bring up Steven pinker? What was I saying before that? There was something. I was going to mention that he said. About this study. Because basically, you know. Well, I'll I'll see if I can figure it out. So he put it in your vestibule boy invested Buell's are not as big as I say vestibule when I'm in a conversation five years ago. I would be able to like put it in the vestibule amd bring it back out in two minutes when the person's done talking. I can't do that anymore. Because if I think I'm going to remember it in five minutes, it most likely not going to have. I remember. Yeah. Help to me. 'cause my vestibule is getting smaller to only if you can fit in there. He was talking about how in this Ted this. It was a Ted talk podcast. That's why I keep saying Ted, but he was being interviewed by Chris Ted talk guy. And he was saying how interesting it is to him that all future movies are distortion because the truth is that. So we look back in our history. Terminator on all that. It's all a I. And he said, it's so funny to me that we're creating he goes, we're creating all this to help us all. All of the you know, everything we're doing to code. It is about empathy and making people. Connect better and making our lives simpler, and we somehow think that one day they're all going to come together and turn on us. And he's like nothing has been coded that way, you know. He's like that doesn't really make sense with the way we're developing it. But we really do believe that one day. They're just all going to turn on on us. And he goes, I don't see that happening. Now, it doesn't mean that AI doesn't have challenges. See here's the thing that people do is again false dichotomy right? As soon as someone like Steven pinker says I don't see a turning on us. Then all the sudden someone's like, but what about this time this time or what about if this could happen? He he's not naive to things could go wrong. If we become solely focused on computers, which I think where there, but you know, obviously things can break down things can be hacked things can be challenged by can be held hostage. Like, he gets all that. But it's about seeing the big picture versus focusing on just your experience alone. And he. Was like it's so interesting to me that everything, you know, think about the hunger games think about divergent think about anything that is I am legend like anything that is in the future is still being. Well, it's Mad Max because movies are created to make a scared make us excited. And if nobody's going to watch a movie about how everybody loves everybody. It's not why we go watch movies, right? We we watch movies because of Joseph Campbell's thing the hero's journey, right? We now. And then couldn't we go through challenge. That is not with the. You know, Todd night laugh, sometimes not not laugh like, oh, this is super funny, but last probably out of fear and discomfort when we see the commercials for like the movies, where like, you know, do your is blowing up the water is taking over Los Angeles or Chicago. And I it's unbelievable to me that we watch these movies. Like, why is that why why does that you said excite us? That doesn't excite me. The terrifies me wakes you up it does. But what can I possibly go to movies to be entertained and to be woken up? Eckerd has a wonderful piece on this in his book. Anouar it's been a few years since I read it. But about why we watch violence. Yeah. Yeah. I do get it. Like, if I were just to talk about in general terms, I understand, but I also individually again, I'm going to go from macro back to micro individually that choice. It's like, I I understand the whole like superhero thing, you know, there's a few of them that I really like. And you know, they're interesting or whatever, and I watched the first avengers. And it's so great to see them all interact. You know, I there's been like two movies since that. I haven't seen the most recent evanger veggies. You know, you're not on top. I'm not on top of it. But my point is is that there's so much destruction. And like, you know, from what I've heard the last avengers movie was kind of a Downer. Because some people may not be coming back. If you know what I mean? Oh, really somebody one of the superheroes died. Oh, not just once weedy few of them. Then they'll bring them back like Jason and FREDDY and Michael Myers, they keep coming back. Those were not the same as superheroes. Those were nemesis. I wanna get back to the connection. Parts relationships. Do wanna talk about our first part. Okay. The week boogie wipe, sweetie. I did a little research the word boogie and songs, I'm not gonna play them. But the BG's has a song called boogie. Child. Oh, do you. Remember that one? No Britta boogie child would probably like boogie way Brooks. And Dunn has the boot scoot boogie. I know that one the boots. Snoop Dogg has sunk up jump that. Boogie. Oh, yeah. I don't know that Elton John street boogie now and then finally Elvis Presley milk cow blues. Boogie what about all the seventy songs like and get those? What's great is? I googled songs that have the word boogie in the title. And that like it at auto populated like somebody's already asked that question. There is that it's just anyway. So boogie wipes is one of our partners and they sell saline nose wipes, and it's made by moms for moms contains aloe camomile, vitamin E and helps you and your kids. Avoid raw red knows that you get from dry regular bad sand papery tissues, just added those adjectives. I don't know. If you've figured that out. So it's not your average wipe. It's not your average wipe kid's won't run away from them like they do from regular tissues. So here's the deal. Get five bucks off and free shipping. If you go to boogie. Wipes dot com slash en parenting. Enter the coupon code zen and thank you so much to boogie wipes for supporting our show, and please support our partner. All right. So here's something again, finishing up about happy childhoods, and that it has the power to help with your relationships later on so happy childhoods have the power to extend across decades to predict more secure relationships that people had with their spouses in their eighties. Okay. As well. As better physical health in adulthood, all the way into old age. Basically, they're just you know, I'm just repeating. I'm just using their language, but it's not just parental bonds. It's also about having a close relationship with a sibling that that helps you extend your life and become less depressing.
"chris ted" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Correspondent Steve said all on America's 4._0._1._K Joe. Walk into America's 4._0._1._K show up consumer advocate stage at all. And we, of course are joined in studio, by Chris breath. Our and America's wealth, financial and income coach and bestselling author coach Pete Dorota. Hey, guys. How are you? I'm doing good. Steve, how're you? Never better. It's always a good day in the studio is absolutely better. Revising the book I wrote a couple years ago, and we're going to have this revision done it a couple of months, but it's maybe it'd be pretty you'd you'd never know what printers. Right. It's a little green book of life. And it's it's it's not that little of a book it's about one hundred pages here. But it's all about you interactivity entering in everything that's going on in your wife, and everything that you want your family to know about if you're not here anymore Puertas that Chris. Ted. It's basically, we we never I guess we take for granted that were never going to die. Change hard to think about sometimes. But you know, I'll tell you what you gave me that book right after I started. It's well. Oh. Thank you. People say I'll get to it tomorrow. No. But you know, it's not this passing away. It's it's mentally slipping or forgetting things maybe it'll be a book for you to help remind you where things are. We all need that. Because I talked to one guy the other day. He's a really nice couple in. Well, I really don't care about my kids. No, not for your kids. Coach is what I really appreciated about that book it took into account the things that you know, everybody knows about assets and all that, but it took into account the physical things in my house that I didn't even think of my wife needing to know something happened to me. Yeah. Instead of just getting a blank yellow Pat out and writing down stuff, you want to have happen, this this basically cues you up on what you should be thinking about it. We're things are thank you. Maybe not even thought about looking up account numbers or life insurance policy. Steve big one because when you pass away the life insurance companies aren't gonna try to contact you saying I heard Steve. No, it's going to be up to your spouse to contact them and say, hey, Steve had a policy, and I know it was this amount. And I know on the beneficiary give me my money. So and here's what happens for years if you pass away in years, go by no one's claimed that money the life insurance companies are required by law to send that money to the state in the unclaimed funds division. Sure, folks, you should check every single year with the state on Queen fund division and see if there's any money out there that you might not even know about I found somebody from from Boston beer company that I bought stock back when I was in college. Thirty three shares up eight fifteen dollars a share, which is not much money was under five hundred bucks. But I got five thousand dollar check. Because they couldn't find I forgot to update. My I forgot. So I had dividend checks because they started paying dividends. Worth like, two hundred dollars a share so nice. Not bad investments. Respite at all invested in something I believe in here. I was gonna say I checked the website. And I got a whopping four dollars. You know, what you don't want to check their and say, hey, Chris will get a Bill for you. Tell you later on on the show how to get a copy this little green book of life. I you know, we I advise everyone gets one. Got all the stuff in and we could change it to like. And if you if you're one of the listeners who's got one years ago, and maybe want to make some changes and don't want to make it look real sloppy and want to rewrite a call you get another copy. Well, I mean, again, I know one of the things they updated in there was social media and your social media accounts salon. It's almost unnerving when I see it's it's, you know, my friend bills birthday. Well, he's been dead for seven years. Passcode? How's it going to get into contact the social media company like Facebook will prove it to you? All right. So so we'll we'll tell you how to get a copy that later on. You got a couple of really neat things to talk about today. Exactly. What are the things that you do a capital financial you and the team is help with that transition from that acquisition and saving mode into distribution. Yeah. That's your sweet spot. And so that's what I thought we should talk a little bit about today that shifting your mind from save save save save save two. Okay. I have to spend, Spence. That's sometimes difficult for people to grab onto again that storage mode, and then and then we turn it hoarders. And then we never empty things L. What's that show hoarders, by the way? Today trapped in a hotel room in New York. That's free times. I watched the episode hoarders and lady had like twenty some cats, and she got to the point where the the house gets so crowded with stuff she couldn't empty the litter boxes anymore. You know, what happens? Good. So when we hoard our money, which is not bad. I mean, it's great to grow money and put it away. That's hoarding money, but you have to have a distribution policy or philosophy. How how are you going to spend that money and do you have enough money to spend? And that's the main dilemma that people have said they're afraid to spend money because they don't want to run out of money. But if done properly, you can have an income plan designed it is perpetual, it it never goes away. We'll give you lifetime income. And again, it's consistent persistent and reliable income. You don't have to worry about. And the three main words when we look at a true income plan turning a financial plan into a retirement plan. Folks, if you have a 4._0._1._K for three be TSP thrift savings plan with the government, you have a financial plan. You've got a wealth some plan, but you don't have a retirement plan. A lot of times that translate what that lump sum will give you as far as what we call that financial fill up. A yearly check for the rest of our lives. And three main words to see if you really do have a true income plan. You must have growth of your money when you're not using it. You must have that. Money protected from the ups and downs of the market protected from fees expenses commissions. Make sure you're with a true for do Sherry somebody's not reaching in and taking money out of your money every single quarter. And then anytime you choose in the future you need to be able to flip that switch and get that lifetime income every single year. Check comes to you. Instead of you having a war about what's going on. You have that check. Check should increase down the road in a bucket strategy Guineas attorneys were using but we map it all out really easy to understand. When we meet with folks bucket strategy takes the money, you have put aside for retirement and dedicates a certain portion of it to immediate income when you need it for retirement when you're side to retire. But also isolate some of the other money from risk expenses commissions and keeps that money growing. So in the future after already start getting checks. You can then flip additional switch and get another check which will help compound your your income, Steve. And this will make up for any taxation increases. We're gonna see and also make up for something big the big enemy inflation. Of course. Don't you think about inflation? But it was funny. The other day three days. Ago. I feel my gas gas was pretty cheap. And then I just wrote by the same gas today three days later sheets sheets company, thirty six cents more gal my gosh. Opec plays tricks. Every now, and then they cut production that happened so fast expenses went up in my life. Luckily, we had emergency gal. But so it's about having an income plan. And if you would like to get a very own lifetime income plan looking at your web some plan you have right now, which I call lump sum time bomb, and what you don't want to have happened in the future is is taking money out of that lump sum. And then realize you ran out.
"chris ted" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Football life or general pre-owned sixty five days a year talking about football. No, I get that. But I think my counter that would be if I told you the score. How would it change your day? You don't know anybody on either team. You're not a fan of either team. You haven't seen the teams play. So what difference? Does it make who's winning? And who's losing until you at least find a way to decide who you're going to root for this is true. I mean, you I've noticed that a lot of these teams come from southern cities where they eat, sleep and breathe football. Yeah. Yeah. Well, the attendance pad is not great. There aren't a lot of people there. Not that you would expect there would be and as we've been discussing a lot. And I told you the posted that series on tanking one of the biggest problems with tanking and one of the biggest problems that I don't know if you call it a problem, but one of the dilemmas that sports is having now is that for the most part. They make money before they sell a ticket. In other words, they don't have to sell a single ticket to make money. They could play with no fans there. Because their money is made from television. So the fact that this game, which is on CBS and prime time doesn't have attendance. Probably isn't overly relevant to the league. Now, it might be now because this league isn't getting any money from CBS. It's I mean real money. It's basically free programming for CBS and CBS doesn't have to pay actors, and they'll have all the costs involved in in taping shows and paying people and all the things that involved in producing a show that you might watch like an NCIS, for example. So these actors don't have to be paid by CBS, and therefore the costs when they look at it as a business decide we might as well put this football on it won't do any worse than the other stuff. We're doing and they put it on. So the league. Knows that crowds create buzz. Kraus's creates excitement you always want the people to believe when you're broadcasting sporting event. That they wish they could be there. Oh, I wish I was at that game. And of course, when I was growing up and TV wasn't as good and as prolific and there wasn't. The high definition and the DVR and the camera angles. You didn't feel like you miss something. When you didn't watch a game on TV. Now, I talk to people all the time that if they're really into the game. They'd rather watch it on TV because they can really analyze it there. And at the game it's much harder to see. Plus they have been spoiled by DVR and replay. And all the angles the TV gives them. So when they go to a game, they feel cheated now the opposite of what I was a kid. There are people. Now, let's say I wish I hadn't gone wish I'd stayed home and watch it on TV, it would've been better, especially if they go in bad, weather or have bad seats or. It was really expensive or any other number of reasons because you're so comfortable at home and so in control at home. So the league's want. And the networks want big crowds of games because it creates that illusion that you're missing something because you're not here. But it's harder and harder to sell that to people now. And it's less important to the league's because they're making money whether you come to the game or not they make more. If you come. But. It's not significant enough to them. Because they make money from your parking, and you're from concessions and your. Purchaser your ticket. In any memorabilia or team swag that you buy? That all adds up and they want you there. But it is in critical. It used to be critical. The opposite of minor league baseball, right? Minor league baseball minor league hockey, if you're not there, they're screwed. They have to get you there. They have to get you there. This is the opposite of the pro level now. They don't have to get you there. They just have to get a TV contract from somebody. So it's fascinating to watch it play out. And I don't know we're headed with that. But this league success will enlarge part B based on how many people will check it out on television. Not in. How many people will go to the game in San Jose, San Diego or San Antonio, or what others whatever other cities, they are in because they know they're fighting an uphill battle there. They know that. And when you go to these games like going to minor league baseball, you're not going to see who's gonna win necessarily. I mean, it's a night out. It's a night out of entertainment. It is not a night to root root root for the home team and live and die with the score. And the other fascinating thing now, which is definitely been written about a lot. Is with the legalization of gambling in states. Like, New Jersey. Will people? Gravitate to this. And end up watching it simply because they have money on it. And will that number be significant? If in fact, it happens or will it be such a fringe number and a small number that isn't really relevant to the overall income of the league. So there are things to watch without question. There are things to watch as this gets off the ground ten is in Melrose up next on the fan. Hey, Chris, Ted bell rose. Can you hear me, okay? Beautifully. My man, I always respect your opinion. I wanna throw a little conspiracy theory your way, which I know you always appreciate. Since you are talking about the big cash cow. That is the NFL. I wanted to come your way. 'cause you're you're legendary iconic colleagues chief summers who kind of like pooh-poohed me on it by ear on there. What is it? Right. Well, the Ramzan the change obviously played a very controversial game. Now based on what you just mentioned about ratings, and how you know volume of sponsorship is critical to the product. Chris lemme ask you some what is the overall population of the greater New Orleans area? It's probably the fortieth market something like that. All right. What is the greater population of Los Angeles, southern California market. Probably two. Okay. Who would the NFL benefit more and who would sponsor benefit more by having the LA Rams Super Bowl of the New Orleans Saints in Super Bowl, probably LA. But not as distinct as you think because they don't have a base. In other words, the they didn't send anyone to the Super Bowl the people that went to the Super Bowl told me it was ten to one patriot fans. LA Rams football is not sweeping Los Angeles in popularity. I think the game would have raided better in New Orleans, but I don't like that conspiracy theory for only one reason, and that is that it never matters. Who's in the Super Bowl? Eight people don't watch the Super Bowl for the game. People watch the Super Bowl because it's an American holiday, and they get together with their friends and plan to watch the Super Bowl. They don't. Here's what does not happen in America. Are you gonna come over to my house for the Super Bowl? Well, let's wait and see who plays in it. I. That doesn't happen. No one watches the Super Bowl or doesn't watch it. Because team a team b didn't. I mean. Yeah. Maybe a hundred thousand people do but out of one hundred million that is. Missed. In a thunderstorm. It's.
"chris ted" Discussed on KOMO
"Highs topping out near fifty degrees right now in Seattle. It's forty nine degrees. Thursday night, doghouse Wednesday. Edition continues. Here's Bill Swartz on the home of the huskies. Komo news. Diverse informative entertaining. We have all the ingredients for a hammer have a Wednesday edition of the Thursday night. Doghouse. We're going to talk with you football Morris trophy winners. Greg gains and Caleb mcgarry at seven twenty five. They get their hardware tomorrow. There's breaking husky football news to share find out who Chris Peterson might have found to complete his U dub coaching staff. What's it like dental yell your lungs out in Washington's popular student section called the dog pack two of the rabid dog fans will join us at seven thirty five Abby. And Nick we play. No, your dogs, husky trivia as well. For a pair of tickets to see Saturday's, Washington, California men's basketball game and heck Ed about ten minutes from now Australian post player Darcy Reese talks about her basketball journey here to Seattle and we face off with the husky ice hockey head coach. Coach Matt cleaton at seven forty five. But first up men's basketball tips off are purple and gold themed shindig tonight, husky vans. We've got the row sweet for the long time. Now, we come back and play in invest serene in the country. Heck it guys there loud and proud dog. We'll do it. No hotter shooter in the pack twelve right now than Washington senior, David crisp, Jaylen well, entering it from the left corner. Looks and finds David Chris left point three on the way is good. David Chris, Ted for thirteen in Pac twelve play the hottest shooter in the conference gives us attend nothing lead almost four minutes in see I told you on KOMO news. You heard it from Washington's IMG Toni castricone describing part of David Chris three point barrage in the huskies seventy seven seventy win at Colorado. Yeah. The basket looks a whole lot bigger over the past three games for David. And he went into the gym and corrected some mechanics and putting a lot of word work. I'm always done that. But I went back to high school and stuff and early in my years here, and I had a lot of jump shots, and I'll jump I'll jump high on. Got to change that a little bit last year. Was wasn't really getting my same with? I just got back to basics working on that. So. Consumer use your legs. The huskies have reduced their careless turnovers increase their assists, turning good shots integrate. One is screen from heavier right from left elbow. Jalen Noel, Noel has four the huskies charging locker room with a thirteen point lead over Colorado. Great shot. Jalen Noelle's nearly unstoppable. Mid range j a lost art in today's basketball world is it's always been a part of my game. So I just never took it out to be three lowest score didn't never. A game was supposed to just be threes. But you know, that's other coaches philosophy day. Does what they do. You know, I like to shoot the mid range jumper now. Everybody wants to be Steph curry and bomb away. Not Jalen Noel, U dub completes its first Pac twelve road sweep and six years. The huskies are throat three and owned conference play. Stanford is coming to town Thursday night. And that means Jalen Noel is matched up with his old buddy has Garfield high school teammate day, John Davis. So every game is just another game. No matter who plan is going to be a fun game plan against MO teammate..
"chris ted" Discussed on Get Up!
"And so I would forty getting to work with them for the building rapport with him before to get him getting involved in this offense and just become a compliment to you all the guys that we already have. I think he'll see that too. When he gets here. And I'm sure he's been washing from far is just you know, how he'll integrated into this offense. I think could be a great addition. We've talked a lot about how he will fit in there. And this was not the only team in the NFC amongst the playoff contenders that had additions yesterday the falcons bringing in Bruce Irvin. The Vikings Amira Abdulah and the eagles getting Darren sproles back from an injured hamstring or are they let's come out to the camera here to the desk, if we can't please pick Sheffi literally in the last three minutes. You just got some news on Darren sproles, essentially basically Doug Peterson eagles head coach says yesterday that he expects Darren sproles who hasn't played. Since week one to play Sunday night against the Dallas. Cowboys eagles go out to practice. And what happens Darren sproles aggravates the hamstring injury that prevented him from playing the first half of the season. And so it looks like he's going to be out now. And so the Philadelphia Eagles who released their punt returner. The Andre Carter who got claimed on waivers by the Houston Texans. He goes recounting on sproles being a big part of their return game down packed is whatever it may be because he's such a dangerous weapon. Now, you don't know when you're going to get him back again. Because now it's another hamstring injury that prevented him from playing almost too much. So this is a setback for the Philadelphia Eagles right now. This was literally threw behind the scenes this with shefty on his phone while I was reading other things Saint greenie, I have something on Darren sproles for you. And there it is so taking that into consideration of the moves that we saw yesterday or Laskey which one do you like the most oh does Brian to New Orleans, and I go back to this. We're in this in this time in the NFL right now, we're about matchups and it's about multiplicity. And so you're looking at a team in the saints. And we've got a really good chance to go win the Super Bowl or at least make a run for it. And so how do we protect ourselves to getting in as many options? Formation wise is we want to in having our quarterback you can place the ball better than anybody giving him options. So no debt now Dez who's always had to be number one for the Cowboys. He gets to be really number three or number four. And so he's going to be matched up against lesser players. This brings a whole new Diane dynamic to this saints offense. Maybe take a little bit of personnel or people away from Camerin and Mike Thomas does is going to have a big impact the truth matters. They needed a veteran wide receiver. Chris Ted gain is on I r right and camera Meredith their other wide receiver that they sign up for the Chicago Bears is being placed on I r today he needs arthroscopic knee surgery data explains why there's team went after Bryant a time. It did. I do love the move. But I'll tell you the one I like the most is Bruce Irvin going to the falcons because it land as a team that has been decimated on defense. And now they bring in a guy who while maybe he has or has it lived up to where he was drafted the reality is he can do. One thing he can get after the quarterback. And that's what they need their high flying offense that is going to play in the shootout games. And so you just send him after the opposing quarterback, and they are going to do what I've been saying for weeks. They're going to do the falcons are gonna play their way back into this thing and they gonna make the playoffs..
"chris ted" Discussed on The TED Interview
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"At 230 on espn 2 presented by the two thousand eighteen ford f one fifty who is due in court acc collusion between the cavaliers mccain for my youngest dominant said that heard over cheering for the hanging back on and on a mission his fairly strong playoff contenders challenge which headed by keiju urged virginia versus number three miami today at noon eastern nine am pacific navy seen and streaming live on the key as pnn husiac you are listening to me the end college being on espn radio live from madison wisconsin first throw up here about a mile cam ranh that we lose it was time seed cutting he's kerr did come out farewell and he says on wisconsin wisconsin image off around pete played here in the air seemingly g more down heat man who was born to be the cochairs briefly not only live near camp randall stadium ahead a newspaper route neighborhood he actually used to help clean the stadium after football games as part of the fund raiser as a kid he is a product of this campus of this football programme and of a man who love football as much as he does his dad five lead right me letters for a season or before he aims joyce have fun clinton less one thing that i had taken in by the cher was the players that i eat fine words connect the dots between paul critised and a memory the memory of a man who never saw his son coach euchema wisconsin cal wish that i'd had those coach to coach conversations never really did but that's one thing that you would be fun is very proud in his down loves the football club being part of nato being on the side where ever since he was a little boy hours old age proud to say would she dead believe does big deal so be 25 years of his lawn nazran's sole means a lot of a lot of events and milestones that have come and gone george chris ted his own milestones he was a wisconsin man played their met his wife there became an assistant there then in 1979 when paul was.
"chris ted" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"A democrat but he's not a stupid democrat and even he says who paid for the trump dossier needs to be that i'm a democrat i worked for bill clinton didn't work for hillary but this is all very troubling we do need a full investigation because we need to find out who paid for this apparently the clinton care pain maybe the dnc to nobody seems to know who commissioned it i think congress when nunez raises fair questions clearly the fbi had clearly they used it in some way we though noone how're for what and i say that this is really nonpartisan i'm a democrat but this needs to be investigated i think most rightthinking people would a great well not if you live in california democrat now check this out on the bbc across the pond there is a trump insider named ted malik he said that the reason christopher steel this expert spy kept supplying more and more damaging and stupid and wrongheaded information is that the juice you're the information the more money he got his this damage it all is this damaging donald trump the court the up so they should they won as soon as a bonus of a yesterday it was sitting chris ted matlock principled news conference you know press conference so he comes out the winner he looks confident he looked through bust he defends himself in any shape proves that the news media lease some part of it is try to deal relies his presidency as election and it's doing it for this of fake news if it's no fake news and we don't know we don't no i tell you what the british intelligence told me this morning okay this person who they know who was analyze this is mr steele it is chris for still was also fbi us at at one point in time so he has intelligent background but he was paid by the people that you mention who are working for jeb bush in order to discredit him the democrat took over the contract issues said he cut adding to the dossier the allegation about tip bush again about jeb bush is still and dr broker disputes epoch go ahead and using information given to him by the fsb in russia most of it fabricated.
"chris ted" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"And a i agree with you add here how 'bout this chris ted cruz marco rubio cut of all of the the republic the republican is republicans who would i think avoid criticising one of their own at all costs are all able to to step up to the plate and say you know what not nazis where i draw the line we should not be supporting nazis and yet the president is unable to make that leap it yes we might get the very rude we motivated what did you it dying he'll help in all lender little they together he had a weak point that being quote big bright hobbled w w like eat bad it with your he's got the only heart well we we go herewith upwardly yet right right say what you need to say but don't go any further than that and and the problem chris is that what's going to happen is this is going to continue because every time he doesn't call out evil hate groups for what they are they get more and more ambitious more bold they feel more mainstream and so we're going to continue to see this in a grisly i let you go because that phone lines breaking up a little bit but it's going to result in more tragedies like we saw this weekend and it is preventable but the president refuses to do anything about it six one seven two five four 1030 eight eight eight nine two nine 1030 kevin in arly in europe next welcome to the show cabin will tell you once in a while thank you for taking my call what do you mean what taught my mind i'm calling out because of that plane should grow at the you have of 38 dead his state some beyond if most province and the canada where i can pick up the heat on you can't a question of doing a disservice will ob uh to the community the to the nation at large you know i've we met that statement the united we stand divided we fall yep and again i didn't hear you bring up mike pence already ponca trump statement and when you look at the time line no no.
"chris ted" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"They three i mean mullins give a talk um she's an athlete she lost her legs when as a child and she just described her life and has since the possibility of potential angie swapped out a legs on on stage and and just a very sort of not sean she was so inspiring three and so touching and and so i think that that human element that is a key part of many talks that really hit me like a sledgehammer there they're i just i wept for whatever reason loved it in your initial presentation about what you were going to do with the conference you quoted jeff faces wearing he said chris ted is a really great conference you're going to have to fuck up really badly to bacon bath well this is the same jeff has who said a year before that he couldn't imagine ted without richard woman run has and innocent the case back them the most people in the committee thought the transition away from rick you're men wouldn't what can work it was dependent on his big personality and so part of the transition making that work in bringing people along and it was a scary presses ashley was persuading people that ted was not about one person was actually there was an idea that core idea which was this interconnection of multidisciplinary knowledge the people we spend far too much time the gonna say just digging run traction folksinger on what not nearly enough time to get in the broader context of how what we do connects to other people do when you do that surprising things happen in that so you get catalyze that's waste excited sway innovation comes from speculation comes from we don't do that enough so they did come make that argument that how what happens who is that she really unique and really special and we call it the same die and so.
"chris ted" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"So what do seven five seven i wanted to five four lead favorites story is what's up james it's ok or not okay to fire this kid forgiving food that was going to throw it away to a veteran if they get their head off okay tommy la i will use their looks both for five years in that i'm actually currently active duty and you know people pay for my million on public and alain honestly i really appreciate it but i mean it's great deciding added it's nice to think in depth another really nice gesture that kid negron and what it is or whatever but could monitor in the right place you know me more of that it's tough more time is huge other eye if that would have forward nino right on do thank you very much the phone call cruciate you understand the guy's been there for two years is probably a really important the whole system you're running so it must have been more than this to let him go i would think so bello joe he welcomes did not allow you want to weigh in on the people chanting zig i hope so yeah i think it's okay because you know what they handed the day she doesn't have the gut you know she never have a baby one was because of a family got the go so what's the difference the video of vehicle or speared about the goal monday what what what do the batter one into content c go from being down there right in do you really wanna be wishing disease on someone simply because they're playing for the opposing team well in the biggest of thirty good point thank you i mean it can do it but i had come on those other people to get the right to do it that doesn't mean it's right to do it even the hope is a los crazy that is true if they want to chat boley out her let's good she did look on that be keepers out at the through that plus the chant of irritable bowel syndrome three short ibs of your way way alright we come back i'll take your calls you can hang on chris ted by tyler everybody else will take your calls only comeback wanna talk about something that a ride did as he stepping away from baseball something that a lot of people who hate a rod are going absolutely hate.