35 Burst results for "Chris That"
Fauci Says US Could Reach 100000 Coronavirus Cases a Day
"This past week, Dr Anthony Fauci shocked many people in this country and around the world when he said before Congress And unless something changes Corona virus cases in the United States could reach 100,000 per day. What would it take to turn things around and keep us from reaching that? Terrifying number. Dr. Fauci spoke about this with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly. Can we turn this around? Can we turn these numbers around without an even more aggressive shutdown than we had in March? And in April? I believe the answer is yes, but we have to do things a bit differently. And what we've been doing, because when you talk about the goal of everyone to try and proceed towards normalization by taking steps in the opening America again Program, which would guidelines that had good and well demarcated benchmark. What we saw and it really varied from state to state with people out there. Congregating in bars congregating in crowds in a celebratory way, understandably because they felt cooped up without wearing masks. That is, you know, in many respects if I might use the word, it's a violation of the principles of what we're trying to do. It does not have to be 100,000 cases a day. I use that number. Because I wanted Jeff to jolt people into realizing their attention. So we did, and that's exactly what I wanted to do because as I've said so many times over the previous weeks, two months If you leave the virus to its own devices, it will take off on you. You've just sent a couple of things I want to follow up. When you talked about how things have varied so much state to state, you used the word guidelines a supposed to requirements. Does there need to be more of a coordinated federal plan? Do there need to be requirements? Or is it wise to have the strategy remain leaving this largely to states and local governments to figure it out? No Maryland, you bring up a good point, And there's a lot of argument about that about how this country is set up where you have the states that have the capability of making decisions because of the different and peculiar. Nature of things that go on in different states from a public health perspective. Would it be better if the federal government were taking a more sort of? Well, it might not be. I mean, I'm one that does taken assertive role. If you hear what I say whenever I'm talking as I am on this program You know, it is really saying that we must do these things, hopefully and I'm seeing it right now, after yesterday's numbers came out that many of the governors and mayors are actually demanding and saying it is mandatory. Now, if you're gonna go out, you have to have a mask on that is something that is absolutely essential, but you're right. There will be arguments. I'm one for more directive way of doing things, but in many respects, that's not the way this country works. So what do you say to the governors to our two local leaders who are not rolling things back? Somebody like Florida Governor Rhonda Santis? Well, what I do is two things and I've been doing it consistently and intensively. Yes, I do it publicly like I have the opportunity to do on your program and I get on the phone and I've been on the phone with a lot of different governess talking to them about what I think should be done. I have been very prescriptive in what I said. I said not think about it. Maybe you want to do it. I say, do it. And may I just push you on your hope that we can turn things around. Turn these numbers around without shutting down at least is aggressively as things were in March and April and thinking of another thing you said in your testimony yesterday, which is that? You were talking about why Europe has largely succeeded in the US has failed to control the virus, and you talked about how When the U. S shut down, it was in reality. Only about 50% of activity was really shutting down. Whereas in Europe it was more like 90 or 95%. That makes it sound like we had a shot and we blew it. You know, I would. You know, that's a very provocative word blew it. But certainly if you look at it, and I meant it that the numbers are true. If you look at the Europeans, they got the curve way down. Once the curve is way down, Mary Louise, it is much easier when you do get blips of infection as you try to open up. To contain those infections. And if you look at our curve, it peaked. It came down a little. And then it stayed about flat until just recently, when it re surged up again. It makes it much more difficult because you're not in containment. You're in mitigation, just sort of chasing after things as opposed to getting your thumb on them. It might turn you two vaccines. You have said we should have a vaccine by the end of this year, with production ramping up next year whether that vaccine works and how long it may work for whether we may be protected for life for just for a few months. Are those still open questions they are they are because right now, the one thing that is going well. Is the procedure of multiple different candidates and their candidates all over the world. There are several that are being looked at here in the United States. They're on track for going into advanced trial sometime this summer. It's something that we are not compromising safety. Nor scientific integrity to move quickly. We should get an answer sometime by the end of the year, and as I said, Say it again. Mary Louise, There's no guarantee. That you're going to get a safe and effective vaccine. But the early indications from the trial make me I use that word cautiously optimistic
Los Angeles County-based Long Beach Economic Inclusion Center adapts quickly to help people overcome coronavirus
"Long beach these days when it launched had nothing to do with the pandemic. But now that is its main focus. It's called the Center for Economic inclusion it incorporated in March with a goal to help create equity in Long Beach, which has long seen disparities in various quality of life indicators between the white population. And people of color. Bobcat Basa is the center's chairman when we hit the ground in April and may or decided to really focus on food insecurity, especially among long come families of color and senior citizens who became extremely isolated in their homes Because the Kobe crisis the Long Beach Centre for economic inclusion, now works with the nonprofit food finders and other sources. To increase the amount of food available at various food pantries and its partnered with organic harvest gardens to deliver produce and staples to more than 300 seniors Chris Eden's keychain. Next 10
Indians to examine 'best path forward' for name
"Ken Rosenthal has just reported that Major League Baseball's Cleveland Indians are now considering the possibility changing their nickname. The Indian said in a statement to the athletic on Friday evening, and I quote we're committed to making a positive impact in our community and embrace our responsibility to advance, social justice and equality. Organization fully recognizes our team name is among the visible ways in which we connect with the community. We have had ongoing discussions on these issues. The recent unrest in our community and our country has underscored the need for us to keep improving with that in mind. We're committed to engaging our community to determine the best path forward with regard to our. Name
Los Angeles - Father, Son Arrested For Allegedly Igniting Pasadena Garage Fire With Illegal Fireworks
"And police departments say people shouldn't even think about playing with illegal fireworks story the Fourth of July weekend. Today. A father in his 13 year old son and passively they were arrested, allegedly sent a neighbor's garage on fire. Authorities say it all began with fireworks smoldering on the roof, the garage after the father and son set off some illegal fireworks. Five hours later, the smoldering fire got bigger, eventually burned that garage and damaged cars passing me the spokesperson Lisa did, Arian says the two suspects are facing some very serious consequences, not just fireworks. I mean, these are explosive. And Teo for a father to hand it to a child. Knowing that this is an explosive device is very concerning for us, regardless of the citations, But I mean, this could be child endangerment to depending on how the attorney's office looks at it, this could potentially turn into a child endangerment. Violation. All city spokesperson also says investigators were able to track down the two suspects after a neighbor who had been from plenty with illegal fireworks in area captured the incident on video Pasadena seeing a 700% increase in illegal firework cases in the past few weeks. Business booming, you
Dr. Anthony Fauci says new virus in China has traits of 2009 swine flu
"Out a warning about a new flu virus that emerged in pigs in China and is similar to the swine flu hit the U. S in 2009. So far, no confirmed cases and people just pigs, but that could change. That's because the new flu, which has been named G four, has a capability straight out of a horror movie. As Dr Anthony Fauci told a Senate committee this week. G for appropriate PSA bit of genetic material from one host, say a pig. Takes another genetic material from another host, say a person and then stitches it into something new when they all mixed up together, and they contain some of the elements that might make them susceptible to being transmitted to humans. You always have the possibility that you might have another swine flu type outbreak, as we had in £2009 he says. There's no reason to worry about the G flew for Just yet.
Multiple Publishers Apparently Considering Raising Game Prices on PS5 and Xbox Series X
"Other. Arkansas my favorite topic public publisher, other other publishers are considering raising their game prices for PS five in xbox series x this Chris Ring at Games. Biz other game. Publishers are considering raising their prices of games for the PS five expertise x says games. Research firm ID, G. Consulting. It follows the news that NBA case when he won which you talked about yesterday we priced at seventy dollars on the next gen consoles ten more ten dollars more expensive than it is on the current devices speaking with games. Industry Dot Biz I G president and CEO. Yoshiko Ozaki, says that game pricing has remained flat since two thousand five whereas TV and movie pricing has increased significantly. The last time, but next GEN launch software pricing went up was in two, thousand, five and two thousand six, when it went from forty, nine, ninety, nine, fifty, nine, ninety, nine, and these are US dollars at the start, the Xbox, three sixty and the three generation. He says during that time, the cost in prices and other affiliated verticals have gone up and quote. Asaki says that next Gen consoles. Next Gen. Console game production costs have increased by two hundred percent. Have increased by two hundred percent to three hundred percent, depending on the IP studio and Genre, but the prices have remained at fifty, nine, ninety nine, meanwhile cinema ticket prices have have risen thirty nine percent netflix subscription costs have gone up one hundred percent in cable TV. Packages have risen one hundred and five percent. Even with the increases to sixty, nine, ninety, nine for an action that price increase from two thousand and five to two, thousand, twenty, twenty Nexgen is only up seventeen percent far lower than than the other comparisons while the cost of developing in publishing have gone up and pricing and other entertainment verticals have also gone up substantially next. Gen Software pricing not reflected these increases fifty. Fifty nine, ninety, nine to sixty, nine, ninety nine does not even cover cover. These other costs increases completely, but does move it more in the proper direction. He continues quote. IDC works with all major game. Publishers in our channel checks in our channel checks indicate that other publishers are also exploring moving their next Gen pricing up on certain franchises for the same reasons outlined above. Every. Not every game should garner the sixty nine ninety nine dollars price point on Nexgen, but flagships flagship triple as as NBA Two K. Merit this pricing more than others and quote.
West Hollywood, Los Angeles, to fine those not wearing COVID-19 masks
"Statewide mandates for weeks, But there's a Southern California city, putting some teeth into regulation that everybody wears a mask in public West Hollywood sheriff's deputies have the green lights to start issuing citations to people who just won't cover up, sheriff's captain Edward Ramirez tells connects in depth. They aren't cheap. That citation would be for the first offense is $250 plus a fee of $50. For a total of $300. We hope to not have to do that. We had incredible success to date. Since the governor's order went into effect, we have not written one citation in the city of West Hollywood. Santa Monica Beverly Hills, also sitting finds of $100 for people Koch not wearing masks. That's for a first offense. It increases if you'd do it more
To stop parties, Airbnb won't let some guests book homes
"Some younger people from booking local homes is part of a continuing efforts to crack down on unauthorized parties Cos his guests in the age of 25 with fewer than three positive. Reviews won't be allowed to book entire homes close to where they live. They don't define close, though the guests will still be allowed to book entire homes, other places. Airbnb began stepping up efforts to ban party houses last November after five people were shot and killed during an unauthorized party at a rental in Northern California
Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines may continue to block middle seats beyond September
"Is breaking with its rivals American and United and keeping its middle seats empty, Delta CEO says medical experts have told the airline keeping middle seats blocked and limiting capacity makes a reald difference in keeping travelers safe, and customers say it gives them peace of mind. The airline has extended its empty middle seat through September. And expects to continue it. Beyond that date,
The U.S. economy added 4.8 million jobs in June
"We approach jobs day, I can speak for Caroline myself when we say and think we want to know what Krystle who thinks about all of this, no matter which way it goes. He is a senior fellow at the University of Virginia Millar Centre, Of course, a former deputy deputy secretary of labor, I get that I sort of trip on that almost every time. I'm sorry, Chris formy, former deputy 60 of Labour under President Obama. He's on the phone with us now, Chris, How are you? I'm doing good. Thank you for having me. Alright, Well, it's good to have you back. So your initial reaction like your gut reaction to this and and maybe more important as you saw it all sort of filter through. What do we need to take away from this job's report, both monthly and on and then the weekly jobless claims. So there was a lot of data today. Gut reaction was good with a lot of caveats. You know, we always tell people the monthly jobs data is really kind of looking way back. And in this case, it goes back really, to the PE period that began on June 8th. So in that second week of June 3 economy clearly was recovering. But when you add that with the weekly jobs claimed you sort of get kind of a mixed Picture because we're continuing tohave again, if you add in Not only the people applying under the normal unemployment program, but the new pandemic program for gig workers, it's about two million people applying for unemployment every single week. New people apply. And you know, total right now, but 31 million people on unemployment, which is not really going down. So if you put all of this together, you get a sense of an economy that was reopening. By the beginning of June. Jobs are coming back. And that recovery may have slowed and we don't really know how much of this float and again as we always say, we're still in the middle of a public health crisis and until you resolve that You really can't get a good sense about words that the economy is going right. We're
Officer Stabbed in Downtown Washington DC; Homeless Man Intervened
"Responding to a call near Franklin Square downtown for reports of a man beating a woman on New York Avenue. The officer was stabbed in the head and neck. Ah, homeless man intervened to help the woman had fled. Police spokesman Dustin Stern back says the officer's injuries do not appear to be life threatening. The suspect has been arrested. New this hour. Jeffrey Epstein's constant on and
China’s new national security law in Hong Kong is already chilling free speech
"Condemnation of Beijing's new security law from Hong Kong's last British governor. More from ABC is Tom Rivers in London blunt language from Chris Patten, who oversaw the Hong Kong handover in 1997. What's actually happened isn't affect the destruction ofthe an international treaty lodged at the United Nations. What's actually happened is AH, complete over turning off the whole concept of one country, two systems. In response Britain is offering three million people in Hong Kong citizenship rights in the UK as police in the city have started arresting. Protest IX, Tom Rivers, ABC NEWS London
Astronauts perform 2nd spacewalk to swap station batteries
"Their second spacewalk in under a week to replace old batteries outside the international space station. Commander Chris Cassidy and Bob Banchan ventured out today to tackle the cumbersome job. NASA plans to send the astronauts out twice more this month to complete the battery swap outs that began in 2017. The new lithium ion batteries should last the rest of the space station's life. K
California Gov. Newsom orders bars to close, restaurants to halt indoor dining in LA, other counties
"Governor Gavin Newsom is in his words toddling back some of his reopening orders for restaurants, putting at least a three week ban on indoor dining and shutting down businesses like wineries, museums and card rooms. The order applies to all Southern California counties. With the exception of San
Astronauts perform 2nd spacewalk to swap station batteries
"Astronauts outside the international space Station again today. It's the second spacewalk in less than a week for astronauts Chris Cassidy and Bob Banking, the second of four walks overall to replace the last of the space station's original 48 solar batteries, 20 for new and more powerful ones, the adaptor plates to make sure they're fitting perfectly.
A Musical Celebration
"We have some special guests planned for. For this hour and the first one is Mr Chris Chris. Norman is a musician music educator and you might know him from the Vermont PBS. Show Mr Chris and friends. He's also created the Mr Chris and friends family hour. It's a half hour episode of learning exploration and fun for the entire family that has been airing Thursdays at six. PM on Vermont. PBS Kids Channel. and. He also runs a live program in Vermont called Music for sprouts Hi Mr Chris Nice to talk with you again. Hygiene so glad to be here. Well I'm excited to have here and I know that you have very strong feelings about the power of music so since we're doing this sort of musical finale and musical celebration. Why do you think celebrating with music or coming together around music is so important and fun and powerful. I do feel that way and I've seen the power firsthand in sharing songs and listening to songs. You are feeling feelings in real time, and sometimes there's feelings that are hard to put into words or sometimes it's hard to share them any other way than with the song so I think that a song or music can be a wonderful way to have a conversation. With your friends and your family and your community and share, those deep and big feeling sick feeling. Yeah, I've been using music to help me feel really good big feelings and to help me feel express some sad feelings. His things have been really different over the last couple of months and kids haven't been in school. Our jobs have changed Sometimes. It's hard for us to see friends and family that we really care about, and you know the news sometimes been difficult to understand and to try to figure out what's happening, and so sometimes I put on music and I dance, but sometimes I put on music, and I cry and actually Chris I think both of those feel really healthy. I agree, and and when you put on music, and you cry, and you dance, your feelings feel very real and when you do that with other people You don't feel alone sometimes when you're feeling a really big feeling, you can feel like you're the only person in the whole world that could possibly be feeling that feeling, but music is a way that we. We can remind ourselves that we're not alone
Where to Go and When
"Love Buddy and welcome to another episode of this week in travel name is. Gary Aren't coming to you from quasi quarantine here in. EXCITING MINNEAPOLIS MINNESOTA. With me is usual that laughter you can hear in. The background is Mr Chris Christianson. How're you doing Sir I'm doing well? Living in a much less exciting city and I'm okay with that. But you are keeping busy. Oh Yeah Travel. Lot Of? Zip because twice within the last nine days. It's pretty good I do that on a daily basis just because I'm walking distance from like the next ZIP code. They say much also from Sunny California gentlemen. Are we doing jen? Guys happy to reconnect with you and I've been doing travel daydreaming and excitedly looking forward to a day trip to L. A. This weekend. Wow, so that'll get on the horse. That'll take you about a day to get there I assume and then exactly exactly. And what are you GonNa? Do in La we are going to have a distance barbecue with my husband's cousin. which is more exciting every day that we're still saying? In between Minnesota and California, is our guest Sherry coming from Denver Colorado? How're you doing sheriff? I am great. Thanks for having me. You've been on the show before right. A long three or four times, but yeah, it's like. Himself or so? But, it's been a while actual as in say. The last time I saw when I moved to Denver, so that was three years ago. Well. There's so much travel stuff going on now. people are just leaving their houses and going to places. We. We do have a couple of stories This one. I thought was great and I was kicking myself after reading it because. I hadn't thought of IT I. there is a woman in China who made. Over a half, a million dollars buying travel insurance on flights she predicted would get delayed. And then cashing in on it. and. You know this I. There was I. think it was windy. Perrin was like last year or the year before she made like ten thousand dollars when her family was going to go on a trip and she was in new. York and the flights got cancelled like she had a flight cancelled. Then the next flight got canceled. Whatever whatever like storm went through? And I? Wish I'd kind of put it together like if you know like a big storms, coming or a hurricane or something like that, just by like one hundred tickets get them all canceled, and then like have the airline reimburse you or something? I think you could do that. I don't know if it would actually work. But. I guess the Insurance Company that are the company's. She had different accounts that she used to to not draw attention to herself. Closed loop hole, so you can't really do it anymore. Well. That's in China I. Don't know. Maybe you could still get away with with abandoned in the US. But I know that like the Happens a lot. We have these overbooked flights and they'll you know they'll? They'll say. I'll give x number of hundreds of dollars in a travel voucher. And I also know from friends who work in the airline industry that are sites where you can look to see because they do like a non ref flights disea- If a flight is booked, so part of me always wonders if you couldn't book such a flight and then just. You know arrange it such that. You could then get the. Flight Coupon. Canceled A ticket. Get your money back and just keep doing that.
Jaws 45th Anniversary And Power Ranking Spielberg
"Welcome to film spotting. Josh, we've done our share of top five over the years five hundred or so, but when it comes to power rankings, we are mere novices. We did this for the first time two years ago. Almost to the day, we power ranked the Chris's Anna the. Moments history of film spot right episode six, Eighty six Oh, surely one of our more significant shows. And this week we're going to power rank the five decades of Steven Spielberg's career. Maybe someday will power rank our power rankings. Come to that. So little preview. Was this tougher than you thought you know? There's two ways to go about this I think initially we both thought just of look at the filmography, and and get on the mic and kind of riff where we think things are, or you sit down and chart things you move them around. You have tears. Which of course is what I think? We both ended up doing so yeah. It was a little bit more of a project than I anticipated, but a rewarding one. Yeah, I put in the work on it. Because I knew it was going to be hard enough deciding which decade put first. and which would slot right behind it? I didn't think it would be so hard with the other decades actually, and then after spending a good deal of time on it I actually ended up flipping two decades around that I thought were set in stone. So I'm excited to get to that, and we'll share listeners power rankings of the Spielberg decades as well we have. Their poll results a bit later I though the beaches are open, so let's talk ause. There is a creature alive today. WHO has survived millions of years of evolution? Without Change. Without Passion. And without logic. It lives to kill a mindless eating machine. It will attack. And Devour. Anything. It is as if God. Created the devil. Gaping. Jaws. Sometimes. Probably often we have a convenient hook for one of these setups that doesn't really reflect the whole substance of our conversation about a movie, but a convenient hook is a convenient hook, which is all to say for those of you who aren't particularly interested in hearing a discussion of jaws framed around our current administration. Just give us a little wiggle room. Here I'm pretty confident, were both more excited to talk about Steven Spielberg's camera tricks then his politics, but it's a little. Little Eerie how prescient his game changing nineteen seventy-five blockbuster is forty five years later. The movie The promise will never go in the water again also presents an all too dangerously familiar type of huckster politician, a crisis who fails to heed the warnings of scientists dramatically downplays and dismisses the potential loss of life can't wait to pat himself, and his cronies on the back loves to PREEN FOR A TV camera and who demands those beaches be open because business demands. They be open. Sorry even the scary shark movie is actually about Corona. Virus and I'm far from the only one who noticed my twitter timeline has jumped the snark over the past couple of months including this from frank rich just a few nights ago. Commenting on a New York Times breaking news tweet read Vice President Mike Pence encourage governors to repeat a misleading claim about corona virus outbreaks rich wrote. Pence makes the jaws mayor look like Churchill. Mayor. Von is played with a pen. See an affable smugness by Murray Hamilton and one line I'd always kind of overlooked. This struck me on. This rewatch is when he's spurning. The please of Roy Scheider is chief Martin Brody and Richard Dreyfuss is Matt. Hooper to keep the beaches closed on July Fourth America's Day, to celebrate its independence and preeminence. Any explains I. Don't think either one of you are familiar with our problems.
"chris that" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker
"Living off of and who they look up to me right for leadership? Yup, that's your responsibility as a head coach Chris that's when you went into those living rooms and ask those parents and guardians to bring their kid to that campus, or out of state or wherever to come play football. That was your responsibility. And I'm with you. It ain't about who we voted for what network it's about being insensitive to a moment or a situation or circumstance or to the people who have lost who have who have put their trust in you, right? That's what this is about. And you're right. The play has every right Chris. We use it as an example over and over and over again those football players that Missouri they move mountains they they don't have any money Chris they want scholarship and racist. Stuff was happening on the campus and a football team put their foot down as a collective unit and as a group, and they told the university no more practice and no more games..
"chris that" Discussed on Real_Sports: A Snapchat Sports Pod
"I mean I've done practice before. So I kinda was. I expected what happened. And obviously you just don't let them. That's kind of hard about. The tests is fifty questions. And you know I think it's like twelve minutes so trying to get as many as possible but it's not due terribly hard but there's a math questions that are a little little tough okay. Well fortunately for you we have prepared our own Wunderlich tests. That essentially will determine your success in the League. So you'd you didn't get prepared for the task but we WANNA to test your ability to react on the spot. So are you ready? I am ready. I was the first question. We've we've also put some other prospects through the test. I'm I'm feeling fairly confident in you though. I don't know I'm kind of worried now. They're they're tricky one. So don't get don't get thrown off. Because I took to the task I created. I do he did it. Okay but without further. Do all right question one. The Jenner mom so Chris That's her name as has your okay as the girls about the girls. Kim's one of them does not going to tell you how many they are because the question is if you dated all the Kardashian and Jenner Children Outside of Rob Alan. I six months each. How long would it take you to date them all talk? I honestly I I would assume I think there's three but I could be totally wrong after elections. Nobody's saying anything. I'm GONNA assume this. This is probably an unfair question because there are three Kardashians. But there's two Jenner Girls Kylie and I don't even know a kindle. Yes yes mom cal. Now now now just the girls go five six months each one hundred to get through that part question number two is avocado a fruit or vegetable I think it's a vegetable but I'm pretty sure it's a fruit or the way it looks to me. It seems like more of a vegetable. I'm GonNa give you a yes and.
"chris that" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me
"Number one climate change number two bad coffee. Because I'm a traveling musician. Routine is precious to me. That the The coffee is a harbinger of the quality of day. That I am to have number three something happening to Kyle Clare. Or my immediate family area Number four sitting down on a plane flight home and listen to the show going Oud. You know what you were outside of what you really are good at the like. Maybe maybe maybe that's in someone else's wheel ass try and make sure that the content that I'm directly responsible for comes from you know a specific skill set that. I'm that I'm confident. In like for instance. I'm not terribly funny. I'm I'm I'm like medium medium funny if that medium minus funny but I think it's important that there be funny on our show and and I think it's important that that funny come from someone is not number five premature physical deterioration as it pertains to playing and singing. I I think the only thing that would prevent me from making music but it would just be in an actual coma and so then the nice thing about that is that. I don't think I'd be worried about much number. Six bad food number seven. There is a fear of missing out on my little boy's life as a result of my profession. A lot of my fears stem from things that are beyond my control and ultimately I feel like that is in my control if that happens. It's my own damn fault number eight sitting next to people who want to talk on airplanes number nine mispronouncing things on live from here. What I hate that feeling and so there's always there's always a moment like I don't know maybe five seconds before the red light actually comes on and this little clock is ticking. Down to zero this little chime that that signifies of where we are now in the presence of many many many sets of years that I can't see there's this moment of panic right there and then the red light comes on you feel all these people in the room and it and it all vanishes and then you just sort of floating in mid air. And then it's done number ten improperly stored sweet vermouth. Some people may be like straighten other people's pictures. I just sort of sneak over. Moved back into their refrigerators for them. It's wine so it needs to be refrigerated or else at routes name. Is Chris Daly Amis or ten things that scare me Chris is a traveling musician and the host of live from here from Minnesota public radio. He told us his son. Cao is named after Calvin from the comic Strip Calvin and hops. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel game at Odilia Ruben. Sarah Sampack Emily Boutin and Polish Shuman music and sound designed by Isaac. Jones scares me any day. Now I'm GonNa find out that there's like a fifty year old version of being picked last for the kickball team. What are you scared of? Tell us at ten things. Podcasts dot org but maybe you would like mixed drinks if if people were you know almost every Martini or Manhattan or new grown or like all these classics that require Vermouth has been made with rotten from. It's a terrible.
"chris that" Discussed on Pratt Cast
"Andrew firestone one of my best friends It's you and I now. It's like real. Call Him I go see him. I really truly love him. And then Bob Guiney was just another one but back then I was. We were same age I was. I was early thirties back then. Now I'm not And so back. Then we're really good friends and and you've got the show different life was different and I. It's funny because when people ask me questions I often think of my life less of ratings and that kind of stuff so I go back I mean Yeah I love Ben. I Love Colts. I love some of these modern day guys but that's where my life was changing favor. Bachelorette Trista Rehn Again there's so many that I have a door because I really do like my modern day. Bachelorettes I mean I'm friends with Andi Dorfman and Caitlyn and I saw Rachel the other night. People Joe. Joe. Oh my God. I saw Joe Joe Jordan for us a day. I adore her And so but Trista again. That was lightning in a bottle. And I call. Trista the Godmother of our franchise because that legitimised franchise that group of guys and that proved this works. People could go deep into the rabbit hole tongue in cheek joke. Laugh Make Fun of us but this thing really works. Yeah because of her. We are legit in. That was what springboard us on everything else of the three franchises. Which one are you most likely to watch actually on TV Bachelor Bachelorette Bash from Paradise Now? My guilty pleasure is paradise. Thank you it really is bachelor will always be my baby. It's what changed my life. It's what is what everything started with But Paradise is something. I'm really proud of because pad is what Paradise started from Bachelor Pad. There was something inherently wrong again. There was a catch about money. Batra Paradise is about relationships love and all that and so my guilty pleasure is paradise and I'm surprised it has grown to be the phenomenon it but it really is now. I know that I make the best drinks in the world. But if you don't have me in your kitchen what should everyone be drinking in the first of all? There's two the only have two bartenders my life. Yeah Isaac from the love boat. Yeah who he shaped my child. Which by the way were talking about this earlier today. He was rebar. You you do know that like when the lawn so lawn gayle is one of the executive producers who no longer with the show when we started. When we started talking about meeting he takes credit for Isaac. I will punch him. And he said he wanted my intro to be with a mustache. And Isaac Shirt. Doing the air was fine. I'm fine with that but I I was the first one that said Yeah. Wells needs to be Isaac from the love boat. That's that is the premise of this. No matter you know because for you kids there. No matter what bar you went to no matter what level there was Isaac. Yeah and he would give great advice. Yeah so when we pitched the wells idea of which. I was a huge fan because I was a huge fan of yours. Thank you I said. He's Isaac he's everywhere he's everywhere you need them to be and he will dispense advice and he will push the stories that I cannot push because there's things I can't do on the show that you do brilliantly and so you are a conduit of us and you're you star the pot or you help or whatever but I can't be involved in that way I have to be above certain level of thing And so that was the brilliance of you. Is Isaac of the Love Boat Wells Yeah? Yeah but I digress. The question on the table If you have one drink guess left in this world. What is it? It's my new drink. Tropical Rosa by Seagram That is just hit stores now and it's hitting stores near you now it's shipping as we speak right now and it's this collaboration. I did with Seagram's I'm a ridiculously proud of it. Because I worked for over a year was Seagram on this and went to the tasting room in Chicago. Created the taste. It is truly magnificent. I gotTA Say Awesome. I gotTa say and I'm very snooty person when it comes to stuff like this last night we were drinking. It's very very good. Well I'm snooty too because I love Wia so when I went to the tasting room at Chicago they said look. We've kind of narrowed it down to these things we like and I tasted them. I said I hate to say this. I don't like what we're tasting so we went back to the back to the drawing board and it's it's passion fruit dragon fruit or Petya. We won't say with a touch of And it you know. It's kind of like these other things that are out But only better. It's one hundred calories and you'll know it because my face is on the package of unanimously enough. Not on the can though I told him not on the can really be cleaned. I can't have my face on the CAN. It's bad enough. It's on the damn box but I was ovarian on the look the colors the packaging all of it and really proud of it and it's it's massively being distributed now so you're gonNA find it in. Walmart's total wise. Heb's Kroger's you name. It will be around the country. Seagram's escapes tropical. Rose a rose Chris. Air Certain I just had to say like the couple of things just for me to you You've always been super normal and super cool to me And in the past couple of years I don't even know if you'd like remember this moment but the first year I bartended we did a wrap party and I was sitting down being like I dunno to career man. I need some help. I need some guidance. And you sat and you talked me flick thirty minutes about like things that you think that. I should do going forward. And it's like one of those moments where like I hope that in a couple of years. Someone's interviewing me and they're like so how the fuck did you get here and I get to say well. Chris gave me some really cool advice and like always hold that deer and I love you man. I'm so like just in awe of everything that you've done Like aside from the the bachelor stuff like everything you do you you show up and you kick ass and like the idea of this show is. How did you get to become that thing? I'll tell you what Chris does that like. He won't say himself because he's here in that would be like so self aggrandizing. What Chris does when he shows up to set as he kicks ass and he hits his mark and he says line and he nails it every time. And it's like whatever that isn't like your life that you do. If you do that you will be the biggest thing that you're trying to do and watching you do that has been really really eye-opening and wonderful and a learning experience for me. So I appreciate that and I love you so much. Thank you for those kind words And you know hopefully My goal in life was to be the bill teague INS for other people bill. Yeah was my mentor. In those people that took time and I said I will always be that person if I can be. I felt like I owed it to him especially once he passed away in the plane crash. Mike if I could ever be that person for anybody to go out of my way And the other thing. There's an old joke from Kim Fuchs the director of our show. I was there one day. I'm always bitchy early. in in we're doing our thing and I was ready to go and he's like you know what Harrison wake. We never wait on you and I said you never will and he goes. You know what half our job is showing up on time and he was. The Point. Was to your point professionalism. Yeah there's things that you can control your time being professional your effort those things I can control. There's a lot of things out of my control but I the things I can control. I'm going to do it. I will be there. I'm going to be prepared more prepared than anybody else. And I'M GONNA do my job and you're never gonNA wait on me and I don't want to screw up production or cause delays or money or whatever like that's the least we can do in our job But I would say thank you for having me on your different in my now. I love you very much and to hear those words get truly means a lot. It gets me emotional as well and so thank you for for this. I was frightened of this conversation. Because of this Iraq was it. You know you're never sure where it's going to go but I I. It was great. I truly love it. I love sitting down with you and I felt like for people listening. We actually had the conversation we would have had normally yeah. I didn't know if we would. Yeah but we actually. We've had this conversation. I wanted to know about your life but I didn't know how personally we get our real we would get. I'm glad we did and I feel like I really haven't talked much about my life life late you know. I don't know how much people really want to know the fine minutia things because things that are impact for you if they're impactful for other people and where you touch people and where you can help and so I I enjoyed. I really enjoyed sitting down with their Seagram's escapes tropical. Everyone go buy it Chris. Addison thank you so much for being in love. Your brothers.
"chris that" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome welcome welcome to armchair expert. I'm DAX Shepard. I'm joined by EMMY nominated. Monica Plaid Man. They're below boy today. We talked to a very interesting person. I don't think I would have ever crossed paths with someone like this in real life unless I were to take people hostage which I don't plan on doing. That's true there could be a worthy cause of Abduction he is a former. FBI hostage negotiator. I WANNA say the lead former. FBI hostage negotiator and the CEO of the Black Swan Group. Group and Co author of the Book Never Split The difference negotiate is if your life depended on it. He also has a masterclass. Chris Voss teaches the art of negotiation. Gatien which is phenomenal. Also we'd like to tickle your eardrums a little you know Bob mirvac genius. The resident genius musician. Bob Mirvac does The theme song to this podcast as well as a lot of our live shows he really is special he strikes again Bomani. I think you'll like it more than our song laugh. What a song Give the listeners. A little tickle don't Uh jazz stall.
"chris that" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"Just as George towards doing my routine. I'm wondering if there are other emotions at play. Obviously obviously a Schmo like me can be like that sad now was it. Frustrating was scary. Just walk me through. It was terrifying. Because when Alzheimer's all I really knew is like Ronald Reagan. Had It makes old people loopy. Whatever hacky stand up jokes we've ever seen right and I was like when dad early onset onset Alzheimer's? You're kind of like. Oh Oh yeah. He's just going to be loopy for the rest of his life right. You don't know that you completely deteriorate right and so seeing that for the first time just confirmed I mean. It was all the fears that we were all in denial about because my mom was tonight too. She's like. Oh Yeah it's all when I was fine. We don't need to tell people at Church about it or in the community. You don't want them to think it's geared or anything else okay and so it was terrifying and I was angry because my mom had told me but I felt like she'd probably say Chris. You didn't know the diagnosis early onset. Alzheimer's but there was actually no clue other than he would call me repeat a story every once in a while or call me Laura. My sister's name but it was like light. You know it was just Kinda goofy. You could have been prepped. I could have been practiced. And that's what made you angry. Yeah and sounds house. Like what the hell. But then the crazy part is when we get to the house. My Dad goes. You're a good decent man. I appreciate the the rest of my life. The right yes or the right. That's what he said to me and so even though he didn't know who I was he was still so kind. Wow that's such a confusing. It's so sad but the new like he's still a good. He's the kindest person jail. Yeah and it it was just and then after that I was like I need to move home. Well so then I'm you know a couple months later. I moved here to Los Angeles. Slow with my girlfriend. WHO's now my wife and just started helping my dad and living at the house will just for a little while and then we? We moved out but like As soon as we move back it was like he can't be in the house anymore because he had you know he's too far along and it becomes dangerous like they get scared. You know we had to hide all the silverware silverware because he would get scared and try to protect himself and it was like a knife. I think the level of confusion. If you don't know who people are you're not always going to be like an easy. Well there's probably a cabdriver. You're like I'm in my house and there's someone I don't i. I can't fully relate. Obviously if I didn't know who somebody in my house was that's literally the stuff of American horror story there's just stranger newly terrifying. Yeah and so he would just lash out and it just became came too dangerous and then he he slipped any felony hurt himself and had to go to the ER and then we're like. I was like mom. He has to go going home. which was so tough? Because there's so much shame in that for my mom can in our commute in the Latino community is like what are people gonNA think. Think just gave up on your father that I don't care about them like all this shame I was like mom. Fuck that like dad is not sleeping. He's crawling rolling around on the ground like he's smcgaels or whatever you know and it was. He's yeah he was crawling and it was he had he gotten sundowners. is which is when you can't You don't know what time it is anymore. You don't sleep at night you just up and all hours and so we had to like trade shifts being awake twenty four hours a day to like watch him. This is not sustainable and so we had to find a place for him and luckily we learned a lot of money so a lot of the places this is just like so bad like there. We went to this nursing facility and I just remember this guy was like a young guy and he just had the whatever the not the owner but the guy who ran the place and the edit. His desk was just covered in half drank gatorade bottles bottles and the place looks like the walking dead and he looked me in my mom in the eye and was like it's five thousand dollars a month to like have your dad hear like five thousand dollars for this like shitty miserable you give us and then luckily found this place in Long Beach. That was like doc incredible and they had like a low income bed and they had promised not to my dad. Actually when another home for a second Eh freaked out and you're like punched nurse and they're like he can't be here. He's too violent but this other house was like. It's a violent disease. I can't believe any place ever kicked you out of. We promise you he could be here for the rest of his life and And it was so quick and val my wife and I. We're like driving around trying to find this place going to different places we get to this place and I don't have any paper like paperwork. Ready and Valhalla. aww Checkbook because we're also looking for an apartment and she paid the deposit and then we needed my dad's signature on this one thing and that was like. Oh Yeah Yeah we'll be back in. We'll go home. We'll be back in twenty minutes but my dad was in the hospital like we couldn't. We had to do this before that. The place closed beds going quick. If you can do this right right now the places yours we have a wait list or whatever and then vowel just like forges. My Dad's signature completely perfectly and I showed until my mom and mom's sounds like my mom sees it. She was like Valerie. That actually is good. But you can't trust lady I. I almost cried because this looks so good that you can trust dated lesson. She's like the watch your money give this woman. Power of attorney actually doesn't seem like he can do anything she wants but then he was there and he was there for like a couple years and there is something real. You must have appreciated these caregivers because of your experience in the caregiving community. You know what I'm saying like you knew here. He is punching nurse. And you're somebody who had been hit. Yeah by not a patient but somebody you were working with that was like this is fucking thematically. I'm not even trying to pitch the show. Isn't it wild that you're seeing this kind of come back hadn't even thought about that. That's what a non writing producer. These poor kids will glitch in their and my dad. got a glitch to write and Israel became very violent right but he didn't mean it even though obviously you rightfully where like this is too much for me. Yeah but but it gave you that understanding and compassion. I think the caregivers were so great. And they were just so special people because they also don't make a ton of money but some of them are like my. My mom had Alzheimer's and so now this is. This is how I deal with a everyone had some sort of back story Vow is so beautiful and they were just so tender hinder and these people knew my dad and our family. They became our family for like the last five years of his life and it was so. Wow very grateful not not to fish for something sweet. But we're there good moments with your dad even in the disease where they're peaceful times. I mean it sounds like there was a lot of erratic doc times. Did he ever settle into this. I don't know what I'm asking. No no I and what was it like the beautiful for like I went to visit him on on the morning of my wedding day because I want I was like my dad can't be he couldn't leave the home. You know us too far along and I visit my dad and I'm just like talking to him. He he's non vocal at this point and I'm just like bobby you would love her. I mean you've met her. I wish you could be here and all this stuff and I just like I am by the end. I'm just weeping and I just starts rubbing my back in like dancing back and forth and like he's like smiling and he couldn't really smile that much but he was like taking his mouth like opening his mouth and then trying to do it to me like we re if a baby gorilla and his dad at this moment where he's just like trying to dance and smile and I was like. Oh my God. He's like still in there even. I don't know if he knows who I am. I don't know what this is but this moment happens you're a decent man thing and it was the what you're saying. Oh and and it was it was I did it. And he gave it on your wedding on my wedding day and then you went and got married and I went and how the woman even not to be trusted him and not to be trusted but the other is always little moments like that. Where like my dad? Masculine old school guy. I would always carry my mom's purse like before he got Alzheimer's and from time to time you would pick it up and just start walking around with it and it was just like like how you can kinda tell how people were when they're young before they got the disease like it'll it'll bubble to the surface somehow with my dad was like what a guy whow beautiful. When did he pass? He passed in two thousand seventeen on super bowl Sunday. So it's like. Who is the half time they wanna know who got ruined for you on.
"chris that" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Out extensions I mean just rated as a driving to forty horsepower like advertise in Europe? Seventy they can pull the skin for rice pudding today. Berry says and I'M GONNA modify. Barry's question Gimme thirty seconds. On the Ferrari F fifty and then thirty seconds on the noble m six hundred cu two cars that we don't see much content on so the f fifty is the unsung hero of era. Ferrari it's not feted the way the F. Forty years but it's it's value now tells you how special they all because they made so few three hundred and thirty something causes it. Maybe a few more than that but not many cars bearing on their more at forties than there. Ah Nine nine three. RS is they made more. That's how many forty cars the thirteen hundred at forty seven. Twelve hundred thirteen hundred mole more than that. So so the thing about the F.. Forty is that the normally aspirated engine at de tuned f one engine and the manual gearbox as the best of any KAVA driven if you want a high revving every normal spirited engine and a gearbox the when you read the thing I in third gear and pull the lever back what seems to be about half inch and it goes straight into fourth and the redstone drop a no not things starts screaming again. That's an unrepeatable experience in a car. I think it's better than the McLaren. F One for that honesty in terms of noise and driveability. It's a much. I love the car. Much easier to drive the McLaren F. One didn't have all the headline numbers. So the the fifty for me is one of the greats and everyone. I know that got one secretly secretly just adores it. They realize how brilliant as he's a fantastic sports car the next one. No hundred We'll pick the modern the most modern they've done since that's interesting. We talk about an faulty that as a modern at forty in the way. So you've got a mid engine. V Eight with a couple of turbos on a space it basically load attributed stale and a Shitload of power that a drives like an faulting really. Yeah is that the closest if someone can get to that experience personally I I would happily have one of those. That's the sensational call when you go to on the six sls power switch and there's no help there it's all there's no tracks. Yeah so I might actually to go back the closest you can get to a to fifty. I mean you can't you can buy like a super formula. Gt Forty that's awful awful similar to what they were getting in sixteen. I think what happened with the the. Gt forty they became quite brutal because they have big big heavier and quite the heavy steering. They're a handful. The the ally is much more or less. Like it's a very delicate cau- you're aware that it's low mass. You drive in a really delicate fashion of gingy not forty once in a you know it was a bit more brutal than that from what I drove his fucking terrifying. I mean it was six hundred horsepower and it was it was absolutely lunacy but but it same thing with Cobra is like the secret is like the two eighty nine is to cut one. That's the secret. If you actually want to like drive thing not die so m six hundred is one of the greats. Certainly being forgotten about ready I think a wonderful car is. There's currently building cars. They think they're not homologated in the US right now. The Pete Bout with runs the thing. He's a he's a lovely lovely man. Hello Pete I've you find him up he'll might you can well. Let's see AAC. Chris are you up for having another go in an airplane with Andy Green now that the bloodhound program is running. No that was a sketchy day that was I Andes. Another hero hero We have an from that day when we film that for drive we have probably two hours of audio footage from Andy afterwards in having a pint which we just we never published. Because there's no way to put it but nail. He's my right hand. My New Kerry He he put a voice recorder diners said Said Cohen. Just talk us through some of the stuff he started. We ended up within talking about how he was over Bosnia in a in a tornado and he'd lost his radar radar or something. He region heavy clouds. triangulate where the enemy was and he was talking about bearings and triangulation points in way points. We'll have you on an hour into the story. The different species species. So he's He's a wonderful man. And actually the way that he simulated the way that bloodhound hound will behave walls fascinating sense of gee because I got an understanding for what he's body's GonNa go through an bloodhound achieve of a few weeks WCHS AIDS remarkable. How well how fast they go? Six Twenty eight. I think it did on an go faster. Just on the on the engine. And when they stop the rocket to it they they all in the unknown. You the ECON- cad Cam. What happens when you ignite a rocket that will go from naught to Mac three in seventy five centimetres pizzas? Excuse me of the rockets. Not to Mach Three in seventy five seven. We're being told old seventy five centimetres like like a bull a small Dick yes. It's a slow let me know is two inches five centimeters. It's two inches. Two point five nine. He'd be but three quarters of a meter basically all my masoe so once they dickhead. Seventy five centimetres semi seventy five seventy five strapped to the back of something. It's already doing six hundred fifty miles an hour nuts. I there's a there's a there's a sense of wonder about these land speed records is just pushing boundaries. That don't need to be pushed. And I I love it and I think the fact that it's open source the I want to share will the day with people they wanNA share it with their competitors. I'm so so glad the thing was sold on Ebay three years ago for two three years ago the project WANNA funding so they put on E. Bay and his blow from Yorkshire fucking born take I'll fund it and I've when it happened I thought while he's GonNa stick it in his garden and look at it and two years later whatever is they are on the Higginson Pan L. Saudi on Ebay. I think he paid wasn't it. Was I think it was less than a million quid. Wow are an. And he's there in South Africa and they're doing it because yeah I never thought we'd see it run and they ran pretty much faultlessly up through the speed range. Two hundred two hundred three hundred four hundred five hundred Andy Green in had ninety degrees of opposite lock on four hundred miles and go look at the film's Why why do you love it. And why do you think we do it. I think I think there Iran. I think we are learning stuff. You know that. They're shortwave. Movie under the call the bending aluminium panels about. I think the I think what what we're learning and what is useful probably diminished over time. Because is are you ever going to travel that far online. Probably not but it's a frontier. The idea of doing a thousand miles calls an hour and a car I just I just love a love. The allure of it someone out there is addicted to this and wants to do it and I want to use science to get there. Why wouldn't you the we're being told increasing these days that we shouldn't do things the life is a long list of stuff you shouldn't do? Why Climb Mount Everest? There's not enough there for you. Yeah but did you know what everyone's doing that picture of the fucking traffic jam. There we have been in the Himalayas a few months filming. It's an amazing place but you don't go climb Everest risk but I think it's remarkable. I really do and I. I love the idea of of a of a very very straightforward English fighter pilot and they are separate breed the justice that until calmly about igniting hydrogen peroxide rocket that strapped to his anus. Yeah Yeah Yeah Wow interesting so is shipped project and it's quite British. I think we've got much to be shouting about at the moment in my country. You know we're a little bit full-on so anything thing we can do to weigh flag. CRECY BRO WE'RE fucking. There are more than just one more one one more.
"chris that" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Nine eleven for Los Angeles perfect. Couldn't be better. It's exciting thing except if I could see out of the siding. Here's that would be really great just like the proper rally smear. Well well he shaved it fucking doors. It's a permanent change. You Shave the whole process easy to drill a hole to fill. I'm sure we have a million questions. Don't we so many. Okay listen I want to you. Can I want to get a lot of people's questions but we have to wait too many and we do not have that kind of time. So is there a resume consumer on this or do I have to read it like that and I can do. You can't pop out superjet by itself anymore. Really Yeah Bob. Thanks Youtube Youtube although us we're almost at the million Yeah close. Let's Muggy TA Zach I'm going to defer to you. Pick the questions. Shinzo most apply to Chris and with everyone else will just say thank you for supporting us. I'm sorry to say Let me say hanging Uh Jesus the the The okay is that a oh. Jeez I'm sorry to say okay. Here we go. Eric wants to know what is currently on top of your cars to buy. Before you kick the bucket lists only cars. You have not owned yet are allowed us the one I probably would lock nine. Sixty four never had one I'm confront dickey meetings got one. I just think it's a good around fun car by. I WANNA loan I Wont I shouldn't have already had enough twelve. I want another twelve so I've not only one of those What ways would allow you had? Enough Twelve Do you know what an F. foresees probably right up there for me. I've always wanted an F.. Forty on a real go in one right with that guy who liked to jack. back-off watching you drive is cars. What a great video? Dude he just said. Go on. Rinse forty and fifty. Same aimed.
"chris that" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Yeah I just think it looks. It looks more angles of Mondiale awkwardness about. Isn't that it. It's got a subset of Mondiale. Awkwardness about the corvette is. It's very much a pen. Tara remember the de- Tomato Pantera. That's pretty much. What the Corvette is territory saying? Thank you you teach the trailer no see. Look the corvette race car is way better and I'll tell you why it doesn't have the trunk the having to have that trunk behind the engine. That's a boot Chris behind the engine that fits a golf club. Drives the styling of the entire back of the caller doesn't look quite right to me. It's because they took took a Camaro ass and put it on a mid engine car most men and cars events and shipped back. This is too by the way they look. So do you think they're going to struggle to sell the sticker prices so competitive now. It's it's pretty competitive and I think most people are not as critical of the styling as we are. People buy cars because of how other people think that they look you. Think that too. Well okay you gotta remember. We are talking from L. A.. That's all anybody cares about and it does. It does drive pretty good. It's a real mid engine Co. realize what it's doing. Yeah you'd be very sure about your search history during this thing. Yeah get yourself in Iraq. Couldn't use that. I have my own computer You'll it's pretty. It's it's pretty good though. They need to work out a couple little.
"chris that" Discussed on The Smoking Tire
"Know He. He's profoundly clever however he makes rocket landed comedy understand but can I say that he hired people that makes rocket. I don't think he wrote the fucking landing code on the rockets. You just go to come down from you. The land didn't write the landing cold in the rockies. Stop for a minute stop from it. You're you're literally frothing at the mouth. Probably a really really quiet lady bird. So he's coming and he's he's looked he's looks at the best selling closer taken the US which is quite baffling for European which is a massive truck with a flatbed in. That doesn't often seem to have anything in it And he said well. Let's just go out out there and do something completely off the scale and we'll talk about us. Well he seems to have succeeded in that. If one hundred fifty thousand people have genuinely written deposit check. It's one hundred dollars. Chris is one hundred a dollar a hundred dollars. No one hundred dollars is the kind of listen. If this is a real product and I do not believe it is okay just for a second think about the fact that Tesla currently produces three vehicles three production vehicles s x three. Okay three they have taken deposits. It's on five further vehicles. That do not exist reservations reservations. Excuse me there's five further hotel room. Yes yeah okay okay. So I think there's a difference being reservation this idea in view this as being as absurd as you do partly because being European the concept of a truck is quite foreign so disrupt that all all kinds of subverts at. I think the problem is you're looking at it like you're taking something we're and you're taking something that in my opinion is not normal in your normalizing it and I'm not talking about the styling of the vehicle. Okay I believe. There's no real styling to the vacancies. It it's it's basically it's a it's a someone's taken a geometry set from school and thrown the wall right. I believe that Tesla's business model is not selling cars because without south federal tax credits and shit. They lose money on the cars. They all lose money all the cars do. And they're selling seventy thousand dollar car for fifty thousand dollars like they're losing fucking money on cars if you put everything in their business model is every quarter or half or whatever it is you have to fuck in in high hype and then you gotTa get new investors and then you gotta you gotTa take. So what the hype is crazy. Look in fucking space truck really really really low reservation bar hundred dollars easy to just click on your phone apple pay boom done no real contract and now they go to Morgan Stanley and they go. I got two hundred thousand dollars for this twenty million dollars. They're fucking bragging about this. which by way I? I suspect based on what people I've red is. It's an SEC. Violation for Alonzo Brag about the number of that. I'll which violates. SEC regulations constantly constantly and in the open it's fucking. It's all oh crazy but it is my belief that they have no intention of building that but surely he's he has intention to tackle in this country and maybe not maybe not no intention but by the time a- twenty twenty one twenty twenty two whatever comes around it won't even fucking matter care about a hundred dollars anymore. I'm just going to throw some Simpson gasoline onto the bonfire and what about the tug of war video with the F.. One come on. Tell us about that. Without having coronary I mean I just have a problem with fucking lying liars and then and the people worship them. That's it. I have a review coming out on Wednesday of the model three performance. I thought it was fucking great. Those great but you can think the car is great. And you can go this fucking guys over here scamming you. Donald Trump owns a couple of buildings for real. He really owns a couple of buildings he really rents a couple of condos. He's also a giant fucking looking scam artists. That's his real job is liable in this podcast. I it should be locked up. I'm not saying that I'm just saying that. I think people need to realize that. I think they're being had. It's difficult here all you have to do my only advice. You don't have to fucking shit on him on twitter. You know what to do anything. Just just don't give him any money for something. You can't take home with you. That's that's it. You're giving him a zero interest loan.
"chris that" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"I'm now now the welcome to the low post podcast on a beautiful Thursday afternoon in New York City where I'm thrilled as always to be joined by one of my my favorite guests from five thirty eight and wearing a Michigan. Hoodie Chris. Herring how are you good. Man How are you I'm hanging in. We're we're like every team has played between like seven and nine games. Were were rolling. Now we're getting a sense of who to pay more attention to it. Feels like we're ten games where we're ten percent or something into the NBA season. Just like that. I WanNa know Seh me and My colleague Neil paying. We're probably going to take a look at something pretty soon figure. I think it's been done already. Like how how much of the season can go by. Before you essentially could take a snapshot of the standings and more or less those are the teams are GonNa make the playoffs weather in that order or not. You know I know the rockets. Obviously last year You know kind of had elite season charge but Man wouldn't it. Be Fun of Your Suns Fan that just kind of you know. Pause everything where it is now. We're going to talk about the suns We're GONNA talk about four interesting teams in the Western Conference that are not located in Los Angeles California. That's the theme of this podcast. I I do want to talk about about Managing of the loads Because Coy Leonard Sat out last night against Milwaukee and the pearls were clutched and the screaming was screamed named and the fans. Were were lamenting it and all of this do you. Do you have any thoughts on this. Mr Harry I just think if first of all I'm not not going to say it's random because like you said there was national TV. Able in last night. That I think a lot of people would have wanted to watch. I just find it really strange that we're having this conversation in a year where not even a year after I just WanNa Championship and everyone in that organization seems to be crediting the fact that they handled him the way they did which I think they needed to as someone he was going to be a free agent and I imagine. The same conversation was had with the clippers that he needed to be able to say if and when he was gonNA play and when he's feeling good when he's not but I just kind of feel like at this point. Haven't we lost the idea to be able to say he should or shouldn't be playing based on what he I just did that matters. Most we've let the spurs do that forever and and maybe as a strong word because of the league came down on them about it at one point too but game ultimately ultimately doesn't matter I get from TV standpoint. It does get if you're a fan. That's paid money me and a buddy went to go. See the Lakers and bucks last year Lebron Janas set out. It sucks it. It sucks is a fan but their job is not necessarily to be mindful of individual fans buy tickets to win a championship and so if doing doing that sitting out when he needs to or when he feels like he's not ready to go or when he wants to break is his best chance to do that. He probably has a better sense of that than we do. And I oh I I'm just A and I've said this before and your pockets. I'm never going to make an argument that a player should be playing when they feel like they shouldn't be if it's a management day so CBS but the season's too long and so we shorten it as we if you have a say that until the season is short and I don't really think we've got to say and win. If they sit out Ryen Russillo had an interesting thread about this yesterday on twitter any eighty made he pointed out that the science is uncertain. And that and that's true teams who have invested enormous amounts of money and time and trying to figure out injury prevention fatigue. All of this you know they have a quite right throwing their hands up in the air because they've learned lots of stuff but they don't know a one hundred percent for sure that That load management is as necessary as some teams. Make it out to be. They don't know the scientists totally uncertain some of these some of these big fancy companies come up teams by their products and realize it's snake oil two years later. Don't have it but I I. I certainly think the science has has crawled in the direction of caution and this is what this is. What is a little weird about the load management outcry is that like two months ago? Baxter homes comes out with big two part series about not only load management in the NBA. But but how AAU players are exhibiting according to like actual expert to do this for a living are exhibiting signs of wear and tear in their knees by like in twelve and when that store comes out there's Baxter on outside the lines there's every NBA commentary being like this is really important work. Read this work. And then when David fishtail his tail says load management L- manages bunk RJ Barrett's nineteen. We're GONNA play him forty minutes a game. If we want. Everyone laughs at David fizzed ill and then. A team sits Kawhi Leonard Leonard out on a national TV back to back Newsflash to the NBA. You put quiet learns team on national. TV back to back. This is what is going to happen for. So we all we all logged these pieces about this really important work like we're really digging in with their loaded. With scientists. Being Red Flag Red Flag Red Flag Red flag players are deteriorating. Deteriorating Faster Jumpers Niba and then a team actually does it in a circumstance of a backpack with a player who has a history of leg problems and people are format about it. I think I don't understand how you can be. There's definitely an overlap in the ven diagram of people who are tweeting Baxter. Homes and stories and sources of that Ilk and making fun fun of physical and being mad about management. I just don't understand how that can be. I me personally I mean I also if if anyone watched the entertaining game anyway not to say that it wouldn't be more entertaining of Hawaii played but if that's the concern I get it when you've got a totally leave. Garbage game on. The game was fine last night. It was really entertaining the game. The spurs were fine for all those years ago was an almost beat the heat with memory honor and who also we're also played in that game. Yeah so I. I don't know like I said I in. You're absolutely right that on the one hand you have people that are worried about the health of these players but then you hear things that run counter to that and I just having lived in Chicago living in Chicago now I just after the derrick rose stuff i. I'm of the opinion that when players sit out whether it's because of a very clear fear that they're going to get hurt again or the idea that you're trying to make sure that they don't get hurt again. You've lost the right eight and when I say you I guess referring to the people that were angry shouting about rose and then just go dead silent when he has multiple knee injuries after that Kawhi Hawaii had an injury and it's like even if you questioned whether he actually had one in San Antonio or that he didn't feel comfortable with his body whatever he did sitting out that time time and playing last year Toronto and managing his condition the way he did it paid off and his job is for it to pay off each time. So so I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA argue the logic behind that particularly in an early season game I do. I'm just not e coli was dragging asked by the end of last year's final wife appeared to suffer a leg injury in the Milwaukee series and was limping around the corridors. In parts of that series was like watch the fourth quarter of the clinching game. Why why didn't do anything in that quarter other than die for a couple of probably took a few shots? I remember. That was the Fred Van Vliet show like Hawaii was dragging now. Is that evidence that he needs to be. Low manages it evidence that that he had a random injury at a random time that had nothing to do with being load manager. Not I don't know but I can't blame the Clippers for monitoring for managing the old bowed. Managing you've got to manage low because there's a national game on it and that's that's the part where I I get it. I heard what doors said. Indoors is one of my favorite people so it's not to disagree with their necessarily but it's not. It's not his job to be worried about that. And you know it's not his job to be worried about that particularly as Jalen rose silently. Put it yesterday on the. Jj Show the discourse about NBA players has gotten so poisonous about its rings or you're a scrub and how many rings you have rings earrings rings. Well if Kawhi Leonard thinks the only way for me to get another ring is to be load managed and all these people seem to care about who debating. My legacy is rings rings. I'm going to do whatever it takes to be healthy in April. May The sixers are going to do this with Joel embiid the NBA without saying it has come loud and said without coming on singing directly has essentially said eighty. Two Games is too many. They're doing everything they can to the schedule to eliminate back to backs introduced rest lengthen. The All Star Game Kevin Arnovitz reported in July for the seventy fifth anniversary season. They're contemplating a lot of things including his. He wrote. Also a reduction in the eighty two game regular season schedule. That's real. That's the true thing. There's still contemplating that so the NBA has already sent us the message. They have too many games what they're really concerned about is the TV money. That's IT national. TV money and yes that trickles down the players salaries and all that don't put Kawai Leonard Steam on national TV back to. Ah The clip. How many times are the clippers are our national? TV This year if you count NBA TV. It's like thirty games. Yeah well okay this is GonNa Happen Live with it. That's my little. I don't WanNa manage anymore loads Give anymore loads to manage. I don't any load to get off your chest. I don't I I think we're we're both in in lockstep with that. I just don't I mean I hadn't even really thought about that part of it. But particularly his teams after what we saw last year and something that worked for him last year that worked for his team last year is probably best not to have them on. TV when they've got two games in a row. Do you ever feel like ticketing websites. Make getting to the event difficult on purpose. It's like they're so big they can can get away with not caring about.
"chris that" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Been offering great rates and great service for over seventy five years in any the time you need help you can speak to one of their trained specialists twenty four seven the company is Geico go to GEICO DOT com today sorry for all the numbers and in five four three two one amount of time just a couple of Dartmouth kids who made good and love football all in love Putin stuff in front of us TV shows and films we can't get enough of the people who are behind the Lego movie and Spiderman into the spider verse and the last man on earth and the Jump Street movies I've got Phil Lord and Chris Miller here on the rich Eisen show good to see you guys got it congrats on blessed the hearts being picked up for a second saints rush we got the call this morning at nine am exactly I told him I told him to do it around nine oh that's nice of you guys this is a really well produced show you know what I mean we're buttoned up Phil feels that we were flat out buttoned up although my fantasy team just is blowing right now are gone me and Chris Brockman over there AH hold on a second guys play poker to or you don't play I poco fantasies talk about bad beats and poker we've all been there eh it's tough for people to kind of get into somebody else's fantasy problems but it's mind so I get to talk to him again we we're wondering if a it's so it's going so poorly right now now you guys are in a fantasy league together team on Matthew Berry celebrity we are about to lose to Taylor this week two miles teller Bob why did he have somebody is coming killer much better team than us we have draft injured air yes that's what we've done Dante atoms and we'll disley and what have you okay so we're in the same boat yeah now you Chris Miller yes we're all over because you're seahawk fan correct that's correct all right and you fill orders a dolphin fan you down I'll go down that that fantasy road by any stretch of the imagination okay it's not the draft to one dolphin the very last round just that we would have a dolphin who was that it was our Wilson not a great choice for us but you know he's gone now history he's on the waiver wire of life right what is it what is your fantasy team name what did you guys name too Adul- Hawkes Okay it's not crowded visit roll off the tongue it's logical I don't know if that will that will met you the gold in Globe to he was elsewhere Salami dull hawks combination of and get it wondering if our issue is our fantasy team name right now what are we got Well I don't know can we can we put up so they can let's see at least a photograph based on Andy Reid at this year's owners meeting okay the anti annual NFL owners meeting all the coaches get to take a photograph together he sat right in the middle of it and put his left and right legs wherever they dammed pleased I like thanks so we call him the man spread centerpiece named our team man's spread centerpiece Avatar right there which is an emt I don't see him problem with more and more like Wilford grimly yeah so speaking of which we thought it was the right thing to do but we went Davante Adams I then we went with a snake draft we wanna make jams damn boom boom we're I find let's talk girly were God Damian Williams we thought he's going to be that goes before the Shawn McCoy came to Kansas City and screamed that whole thing up yeah and then he went Patrick Mahomes and we saw what the hell happened last night so now we're wondering is it the team name do we go out and change the team name yeah it's the man's spread curse it is the man's free meals he's the man but now I would have said would you suggest a team named for me but I got the best idea man in this town generation came up with si-ahmed so max mix match their team name is aw Zach hurts that's bad which is pretty good strong strong my ball Zach Ertz Yep is a eight team name say it fast yourself make sense yeah yeah you know and that's that's miles teller the answer I know he's he's he's elitist that's why he's so what what other ones do we have that we've come Chris Brockman that we could ask maybe not you do give it up that you bet I bet this is something you would charge for normally I'd say hey can we get Phil Lord and Chris Miller on eh daily rate you don't punch up unless it is at least six figures in our dollar gross whatever this back end the centerpiece got got anything else that we could throw a lot I got Sean Hockey League Flag Parade got we had the first take molotov cocktail molotov cocktail came from like Magic Johnson shows up and just speaks like he's got a sodium pentothal he's hooked up to some sort of truth ceremony goes on I take and he just it's like a Molotov cocktail into the Lakers yeah yeah that's what I'm saying I take molotov-cocktail got outtake CASSANDRA's solid hand movements one shade shy of gruden shade shy I dunno where we come up with that idea we just come up with ones and then he as you could see his filings desk so what is that process paper very beautiful untile yeah all right really excellent and one which would you choose Phil Lord if you had to choose one Garman Spread Centerpiece Jerry Jones Votive candle would soon Jerry Jones Votive candle which is by the way based out of demarcus ware came on the show and I asked him as Dak Prescott auden's Zeke were going back and forth radiations like what's it like to negotiate with Jerry Jones because he had to do that when he was with the cowboys and he said that Jerry Wants he and the agent would kind of get close to the same page would close the deal by bringing the player into his office dimming the lights no yes you would be dressed in a suit this on the floor behind a desk and light candles in the room have a heart to heart like how much do you WanNa be a Dallas cowboy comes ooh wow candles very strange so I'm the one who came up with it had to be voted voted I asked demarcus if it was sent he didn't recall Jerry Painter Jerry Jones Jerry Jones it said Senator John like why Jones Personal Odor as Jerry Jones personal great one it is named feel like if you have to use a segment to explain it yeah it's no good a one percenter what we call the term of art I mean Nancy centerpiece does need to have a background story but it makes very curious what's the story of these guys are again keeping me put the name you could sit be these guys can sit here and say you know that come up with a name that doesn't need to explain itself like the Lego movie yeah the Metro Yeah Okay got the plate twenty one jump street we just pick it up stand what you're doing and then the clever sequel title twenty two jobs just right look we can all water ski behind you ought to call in the second darcy another I do want to talk about some of your stuff because it is amazing spiderman into the spider verse by the great title by the way Colin Good Lord is it about spider man I don't know I can't figure it out early says spider two times in the title now this this put a statuette if you will in your in your mantelpiece this this was an Oscar winner for best animated feature and the question is why how did it come to look like this I mean walk me through the process of how this looks the way it is and came to be the way it was audacious enough a two in the pitch for the movie say it's going to look like nothing has ever looked before and which is a real easy thing to say possible thing to execute a year before the movie was finished nobody knew what it looked like it was just an idea of how movie could look if he wanted to feel like it was coming book that came to life which turned out to be a real technical challenge to make it happen but we were sort of like why can't it look like the artisans buyer by not you know not just inspire uh-huh actually like it for like six months we could only make it look good if the scene was very dark we couldn't make anything look good in the data in a date time yeah but they're very smart people over there at at Sony Image Works and they and we work together for a long time and they made it look amazing and then the idea of how there was the alternate world and how in one alternate world Peter Parker was just a lonesome loser and that come from your brains well we would never come up with a so much lovey white guy never like super secure don't relate to that ah no kidding so just because it just comes down and you put it all together vessels are you guys going to do it again they were planning to do another one of these that's the hope that's the moby. I don't think we're just something especially coy because it doesn't take a genius to think that it could happen okay or that we were working on on something right now okay in the back of our heads the talk about it if it did or did not exist correct you can confirm or deny neither except we can firm and deny you confirm and great I wasn't exactly another one okay what about another lego movies coming anytime a lot of like are you done with lego movies I wouldn't say necessarily done but we might take a little break flow movie for little kids all day that's right that is that he is a great whereas dinner with Chris That's Newborn Dad Humor Oh dip blows the Lord goes I thought you meant the diplomat added world famous at the end of the Duke Blow Movie the White House diplo like you was carrying co-star that's right how rude damn it I thought it was a funny joke blew it we can have goes Mike Cameo on blessed the hardest there's still time there's still time so where did this idea come from this comes from Emily Spivey was a one of the big rockstars the writers room of last man on earth and she was snl writer for many years and she's a superstar and he came to us. I WANNA do a show about my hometown Carolina and all the interesting characters that live there and we were super excited to help her out and she's like she made it a really hard thing to pick up she's like I want my really close friends Kristen Wig and Maya Rudolph to be in it and then I bearing holds Kumail Nangiani Jillian bell a bunch of other people that's an amazing cast and a superfund joe funny so when you're putting this together producing directing it or writing it I mean how how much ca like how do you guys collaborate Right How do you guys work together I mean the coolest workout yeah the best part of this job is collaborating with other artists and and batting ideas around and and in this case it was mostly about trying to support emily and the thing that she wanted to do pitcher jokes and sit there in the recording booth and like when we were staff writers hope that she tries are bit and and try to give her any whatever awesome we have it really more than anything it was just enjoying everybody's awesome work and then coming here and taking credit for I've done fill yeah you're really good at that crack at and put your own spin on it if you could give I mean obviously you've taken you've been able to take a you know all of the hot properties like twenty one jump street and cloudy with a chance of me that's thing we find in the couch cushions yeah no one else is using every we're getting more into doing some original stuff these days because you know we've done a lot it's like taking these hidden hidden gems but I think you know sometimes leased F- is cool to we want to create something for future generations to read boot okay for about the executives of the future what are they gonNa what are they going to what bad ideas are they going to come up with if you could give the con con along twenty five years it's a it you guys have a lot of draft picks Yeah you've got you've got some Oh I know you can get to like tomorrow if you wanted but the bengals are lurking just as much I know they lurk and I feel like this I just feel like this team is just trying to win games so Ryan Fitzpatrick as you know O. Rien no you didn't get the memo I don't know does he's the he's the worst getting the memo guy he's never done when he was a senior and he he had like look I've come from behind victories in this last season and one of them was v League take econ with Jay NFL. I don't know what to do with Chris you're going to be fired up folks are they are squeaking by every week and and I am here for it I mean he's amazing Russell Wilson. Vp I would gristle employers alone are keeping US afloat in the in this year the pillars of our temple. Well thank you for community thank you for coming on Gosh really appreciated blessed the art has been picked up for another season renewed for season number to check it out on Fox at eight thirty PM eastern time every single night. If you wouldn't mind just sitting here Phil Lord and Chris Miller Chris Brockman I've never opened residual checks we have a guest sitting to.
"chris that" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"I never really caught on now yeah. It's like a podcast starting podcast. If you ever do it which you won't which you will is like lift. You always start high-concept. All our cars have mustaches and then eventually. You're just like we're just talking. All roads lead to the middle. Would you believe the springsteen quote I think is it someone my favorite shelly divall. I'm just kidding. My favorite springsteen lyric is when we own that duck with big bags of wheat and we were tossing them into ship and had some chains enough to pickup truck in the does puffed up when they fail Shuma Baby uh-huh called my mom from the Bay phone in the rain and it's hard work but I got to a real teen but I sing you. I love an accord. The chorus is No D D d like a designated driver God. I'm no deedee at that. It slows down. I'm always hesitant with George. Clooney's getting paid fifty million dollars to pretend to be a dentist and dentists. Watch it and love. It and it's like he's not you you and when springsteen is like when your back is broken could your home. Some crates has an Alexa in his house. That is a woman man named Alexa when he goes Alexa play Khawla notes. She puts on a vinyl. He's not you yeah. He hasn't even lift his own Qatar. That's right. He has several roadies that put it into his arms like when when John Mayer is like barter. You're wondering learn and they're like he's singing to me. He's like he's had having sex with nine of you. After the show can't be the the romance the one of the actual most hilarious Bruce springsteen lines lines in any song isn't the thunder road and it's and women. I saw him do it. Live and I saw women go bananas for it. He goes. You Ain't a beauty but hey you're. We're all right and that's all right tonight and everyone's like oh my every free Bob Seger. We've got tonight who needs tomorrow. They all have the like. You're you're good enough. Yeah yeah I mean boys. He skated with. It's a first draft and day. Matt is as let's be lovers tomorrow. Goodbye like the first draft was like exchange numbers because I don't need you texting me yeah yeah. I'm in a relationship. We're having fun. What time is it gay shipped. We have fifteen hard correct Valles. GotTa go to thirty. I knew you were going to be the best when you get Chris on really yeah. Not Alonzo Bodden not a big uproar for Bowdoin Boden. Just kidding no about me kept saying oh I yeah we're asking for ended bad. No no no you are invited. No I meant that I would. I'd say something and he'd be like I really like. You seem like a cool Guy Chris but I don't know what the fuck you're talking about. HILARIOUS SAM J. A on that episode blocked five questions in a row. You remember I was like how do you write. She said that guy don't be that guy and I ago. You seem like you remind me of Patrice. She goes people always say that but I don't know Patrice betrays. Weren't you divorced. She's like I don't WanNa talk about that. I can adman in a row. I go SAM. I don't know that much about you. Oh and then I go like she said her grandmother had all those kids and I was like with the same man and actually I founded on you. I'm like I don't have anything she yeah. She said something about her. I love her by the way I think she's so funny. King Hilar- She's always been so confident like even when I first met like she out she just says hi. She's always like I always see her in like a friend who said where's my God Damn Wallet Hi Chris and it's one of those layer. There's always some kind of conflict see. That's one of the things I have to be like. Not Everybody is a fucking Weirdo. Ardo like me like you can't go around assuming everyone's like me and he's like no. My grandmother had a husband. That's not right. That's not everybody right right and I was imagining you on all fours. You know human men weren't allowed on your knees. I'm talking adds up asked. Ask Me on the knees. Allowing anyone who winds fighting a spank trash now just just a spank hard. I paddle not too hard. Yeah I sort of wish show is into more things because there's a lot of things that I'm just not into think sexually surely that you're just not into. Oh yeah like my whole not to be. We I'm very American Eagle and it comes to sex might be hole is just not a pleasure zone for me. and I said this devel- not that that she's like dying to get in that deal but I'm like. I wish I wish like whatever people are getting. That's where I actually actually so. When I came into the House I did see her looking at a desktop image zoomed in your by that one of your of your choice from behind in pants and she was and she was and she was froth think like Mr Byrne a called her in and she was gosh. She seemed to want to get in there doing a spell yeah food if we could get more nerve endings in there or something fewer it needs. It needs an adjustment. You ever get massages yeah yeah. I feel like Clinton back. There are some spots Clint's. There's some some spots. If you touch this excruciating pleasure pain. Here's the closest. I've gotten if I get very dry skin anywhere on my body and let's say it is a sensitive area okay and you get really hot water on it. I'm like Oh a rash. That's orgasm. That's the feeling of an nor gates a bet. I it's better I miss having this poison oak rash that I had because they didn't I would turn on the scalding hyping water and I would put it under yeah drool yeah yeah yeah like Muslim ruin. I must be or this or on par because it was the best thing I've ever had in my entire life. I had a very dry I patch of skin on my nerves and I put it in the hottest water in the shower and I think I cried a little bit and I was like what is this. What what is I. I don't know how to explain this to me one now. It's your poison oak feeling because I can't scratch the oak putting its thing is flopping too deep on purpose purpose or cleaning ear a little too deep. It's all these like hidden clips whenever I clean my after a while. It's always like I imagine edged whose line you're doing it. My Ryan styles yeah all styles I I'll I'll mockery. Everybody would go Wayne Brady when styles macher Wayne Brady with do like a country music version. AM clean my ear with a keep tip. O'Neill got to take a big trip. When you're in high school. You're like how is he. We doing isn't that kind of sad like sometimes. When I watch stand up I used to feel like how are we doing this and now I'm enjoying garden state. It's like the Polar Express Bell. Oh Oh my God now. I watched garden state. I'm like he's being so this is so liberal. and I things EP philosophy majors like smoking for the first. That's what I mean yeah. That's what I mean yeah and I think `Zibi would agree somebody. Zach braff when it cuts says e B if you ever WanNa Wanna come and see what it cuts the guy in the suit of armor at the breakfast table. I'm like why would he be wearing the armor off our offers. You put that on the job you do it because you're making an indie film. That's right where you're going for the not laugh but you're going for the cork the cork lost. What did you say lost Justin absurd or something. He said something like shrouded by your own clan. That sounds Nice. I think I upgraded it like that APP. That will help with your emails. There's always an ad for an APP that helps you with emails. weirdly helps you with your raining. You WanNa see the only that I have is it. The Chris Fleming tore up note nope. It's even better you have one APP now. I don't like to pretend that I do crow sounds. Only God in it. Recreate has eight different realistic crow sounds way. That's that's what you hear. Wait for it. That's what you hear when I'm on my mansion on the hill. Comedian would have more success if he leaned into the one liner leaner nature of his routine. This one needs needs to be on instagram every day. Three posts minimum val behold that is the sound val makes when she actually we did see it last night. I think it was a I was rolling online. Who's online and I was on ecstasy. You're rolling. Thank God yeah. Do you believe in anything I do yeah a God a guide. He Got Okay Okay I. I no no no. I'm not I mean I me Chris. I was I was I was raised Catholic and so yeah I I'm an avid avid prayer. I don't go to church that often but I am an avid prior especially during times of conflict. T's see yes so you still believe leave. I Love I love it and how do you. How do you picture it. How do you communicate. What is your idea. What did you think we briefly talked about. It's like for me. It's trying to be having gratitude for literally everything good and bad. That's just saying like you know. Thank you for the just Schwer down today because I put it in the calendar. My parents are coming to visit so I put in the calendar dates. They're coming to visit yeah. Don't resist become one with with the moment hi Mama. Hey you're on the part. I'm Chris my God. It's like the sun itself walked in that. I clean the house like Yup. I'm honored honored. Yeah Yeah you go into your thing and she's down did she. Just announce okay I. I love you so much have fun. I'll see you. You're my favorite. She's my favorite sweet. I mean she's very cool. Do you want to swap you know me you it always up for the swap. You want to swap thought you'd never ask. Is there anything grocer than a gay. I don't want to say it except the just say hit swap. I roll you can't see in Iras on a podcast so this is sounding familiar. Oh being grateful for everything and I was saying be one one with the moment you're so like yeah yeah right just saying this is what's happening over. The one with the moment also in terms of shows are being those micro sounds August doc. Look she's up. She's up on the pine cans. That's what would I do that too. Do you really I say you're beautiful. I like to say more often. I go your powerful yeah. Oh you're powerful isn't that that's I think that's all want is power here the only real address so Leah's Kinda sleeping she she actually has an unblinking gaze right at me. Oh why is she started snuggling new oh my gosh it gets taken eleven months and I don't know if that's normal or not but like now she'll leaner head on you and rest and she'll also sit on the couch and just like stay there as opposed to like constantly constantly having bombings look for things and touch things. She'll just kinda like relax the eyes of a baby. I know Oh my God. It's all it's also also makes. My Kochav is look like a smokers call back. That's a two hour callback just because of all the bad things we've seen you know as dwight white slate said don't count birthdays count dark angels make in my Eyes Yeah. I know it's like like like a child. Vomit not to it'd be to grow. It's like it's it's. It's so purist not even discussing him thirty or forty years of just yeah heinous the same with our poop like when you're pooping you're pooping today's as poop and there might be like a ten year old nugget in there. That's really gross but her poop is like not very gross..
"chris that" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes
"It's got adapted. Jin's and they're twenty four grams of plant based protein nine grams of fiber but the thing is not only does it keep you full a lot of people people take it for weight loss or for a meal replacement but it makes you feel amazing and it's actually delicious as I always say vow does not like the weird concoctions I make in my in the kitchen but she does like catava. If you nasty put some almond milk frozen strawberries tastes like chocolate ice cream. It's unbelievable evil and you can get twenty percents off if you go to Khashaba. KFI DEBRA DOT COM slash weird automatically get twenty percents off your order her and show your support of this show. That's it guys. I think you're GonNa really really enjoy my chat with Chris Fleming. I know I did and keep an eye out any day. Now I'm going. It'd be announcing my tour. The silly fun boy tore the stand up tour so those dates will be on Pete Holmes Dot Com soon so if you're listening to this after it came out maybe they're up now and hope to see on the road in the meantime enjoy my chat with the hilarious. Chris Fleming get into it. What are you what are you worried about folks way. Fang Fang Fang Sh- way yeah put it where you can get it though Chris Chris Chris have to work for it you want to earn it earn. The Tree Chris onto needs. I earn entries on T. needs to earn the treats. Oh my God I thought that was a bet. Let me go ahead and then you put on the most ridiculous glass glasses very visual things but he's hot God. You are already the most fun. Is it okay to begin. I sitting being here with Chris for our. You know our record. I I love when I'm sitting here with the extraordinary local Massachusetts Chris. I'm reading your wikipedia page on the air. Listen it says here you can tell me TV. It's not like TV or try to get into the big well P. O. My God because like Marc Maron like Mike says driveway hey buddy and then you never know when you when it's begun sometimes like what if it started on the right over there well that would let me okay you know how they say flight versus Persson invisibility that question fighter flight nope and his flight flight or freeze. There's a third option. Get woke. Oh free you gotTA freeze. He is oh we gotta we brought in the freebies while when did that contest twenty fourteen you forget that I may forget I I put it on you. Forget I went to I went to a school that equipped to know understand your sense of humor through the roof meaning. I feel like we would have not as a joke been sensitive to the idea that fight or flight didn't cover everybody. Some people freezing yeah and there would've armadillos. It would have been like a thing like a humorless. I went to Cambridge friend school ex extremely extremely liberal roll Cambridge Friends Waker Grade School k through eight hour. We celebrated Kwanza before all your new when they add onto joke started in the nineties. I was like I've celebrated. I know what Kwanzaa is. I Know Hanukkah Song. I know in new it song somebody. What's your favorite numbers skies? Round Bali is clue with out yeah. It's it's almost over and it's cooled ruled and I it really I'm calling him shivering. Oh and are so on the no music teacher Rami. Ram because anyone it's an Eskimo tribe right no. I think you just said the EWART. No I no no no. I'm not that this isn't that show first of all and yes you can still say he threw brother and their brother. I'm I'm telling you got jacked. The word brother you brother you grew the Hulk Hogan in my view Cogan because there is something very whenever people start calling each other brother that always always seems like is always always seems like it's about to get frightening. I know I'm a little bit off mic taken off my jacket. I want you stand up special. I love because whenever you take ah jacket off on stage no matter what your body looks like mine who looks like homemade plato remember when your mom was like it's just good. There's a recipe and I'm gonNA I remember when you put food coloring and just like cookie dough or bread. Dough wasn't as good. That's what my body looks like. Though it's looks like Component Plato Still I've been collecting a little bit on the sides would he sheds on the coast little Jabs San Diego and Tampa. Are you one of those really skinny guys. That's like like Neal Brennan. That's like I'm fat. I'm fat. It's here. I'm fat. No I just I was always expecting to be here and so I was paying attention and snuck up on you. It's been collecting collecting and I've been getting a slightly a little bit wider. I love it yeah. Sorry as you were saying. You're about to comment on my on my on me removing my Jackson you had. I always wondered what the funny thing to say in that moment is. Do you remember what you say and your facebook live special swimming show. No you say I will not be objective. Talk Scream at yeah because that's the funniest thing because there's some nice like and then I stomped on it which is funny. 'cause it's like it's embarrassing to admit this but I'm always kind of like hey I got a few. I don't think anyone means it but I take it as courtesy like someone holding a door for me. Yeah yeah I I never I always hate when people cheer and so in general or if they laugh too loud I've I I will say. I tried to stop myself from doing that because the goal is to hit those desktops. You'll tell them to stop. I'll get well. You're a Louis Guy you you remind me of like this is a great compliment. I think I'm telling you my compliments great Chris. Get Ready Pucker up the by fault talk about turbulence on a plane. Get ready real yeah. I'm just saying like there's certain fan bases that like love the person and and I think that's really what you want like. Demetri Martin is really. I said there's a million on the podcast but when when I saw him perform live I was like Oh these people are just like with him. I I think he's a genius in an incredible and I love him total and I was like oh his fans are like like there are there are there but then but then what makes me worried is that the people like the there's for all the all the people who are losing their minds as always like one boyfriend in the audience having the worst time and so that there was one time boy got a boyfriend got separated from his it was his girlfriend's birthday and she was she had like a group with her and they were all wearing party hats and he got separate separate he was in the front row center at the show just having the worst time yeah and so like I'm always kind of aware of the people who are not the plus one -pletely on board yet and so what everyone's like yeah but your stuff. It's funny like you have a lot of matere. I'm telling you watch Chris Fleming Videos Katie. You got to it will just it. Just makes you feel silly. It reminds you. You let me know if you agree with this that silliness always there. I find being like clever is exhausted. Totally and being like smart is the silly is pretty easy like your glasses on wrong. Just do it like what the fuck is wrong with you. Being around clever. People is the most exhausting thing because I feel like hanging out with Hannibal. Lecter showing you what they collected. Yeah I thought this yeah okay but you getting on all on all fours talking about meeting. Someone's boyfriend who's like no humans were never meant to just like this is like a glimpse into how Valerie and I are were always singing. We're always saying I said last night was like you get the real me. Everyone else gets this weird impression doing myself yeah right right. Do you feel that way. You've been with the same person for a long time right yeah. I remember that from Your Life Yeah Yeah when we were last time we were speaking. I had the hot breath breath of Jeff Ross on my if there's ever been like a more like I hope this goes well pairing by hi friend Chris Fleming each other that well but I love you. We have I just every time I see you. I love you for a long time and we're from the same area. Yes yes and we're in that scene. Yes and you come up and then Jeff and I was so glad I would say this was their jeff was not booked on the show. He's in the crowd and there's a greater like a gator. McCain Adila again the crowd like a Cayman Yeah. I don't know what the game is like an island within alligator ooh who and you always see it's is Lake Your Cayman Yeah because he has that that toothless grin. I mean teeth underneath the grin. I you righty. These shows. The gun show the gums Jeffey Toady says is like sidekick surprisingly very sweet person all the meetings or sweeties right right or they how they find balance I think right. You can't sustain that you can go around. Knock roasting trash cans. What are you tell me. I've got a poll recycling in the fuck them shift this guy. What is it streets of rage to over here with the aluminum dredge can do I push Ada pick this up over my head. Yeah not a bad ref. What is this vin diesel tired VIN diesel. I'm I'm Outta. Here are too deep. Who's say something I couldn't go. I was going to go like a disability or something. His voice here is that in my conceptual the comedy cellar comics table. I have this almost I see almost like the Star Wars Cantina just like just like dude because I'm older than living creatures. I was uh-huh There's already just putting a frog and it all talking over each other. I just laughed at a concert for piano the way that very rich man and it that was a hundred percent real and it felt so good make it was in there and I don't know if I've laughed like that I've wanted to I wanted to get in touch with Jim Henson studios and try to have them because they were make make that there was something I saw that it was like the comedy Cellar Live Yeah Yeah I mean they have live at the comedies such a nightmare. It's true. It's a dame air. It's your day mayor yeah well when I when I started to say was used to be way worse when I go there in that way that's bad. It used to be worse. You know what I'm saying like. Now I go and it's Josh Gone. delman say no no no no totally but he's the Chris gets what I'm saying. No no no no totally would not have been in there. He would have walked in and someone who would have been like on the way to 'em. GMT except that God management management concert were you you see the way that we can make fun of the seller guys didn't used to exist. They used to be right. They would be like right. What do you got a website and they were right but you were embarrassed that you had a website and then they ate a limestone yeah that went on trial trough of thick sludge. That's WHO's next. WHO's next hope. What was what was your scene and they generate pizza slices? They bud them and it hurts awesome. Every one had her own how they contribute to their to their community. That is so funny sustainable. It is truly sustainable and they all fight for for the sliced. That's been freshly birth. This is so funny also Josh Josh is the best he's so suspiciously really Nice. I feel like he must have done a hit and run in two thousand three years old and my God Rodrick. You're happy I'm not trying to be funny. A well-known case the sweetest man in the world on vacation. Yeah I feel bad for bringing it up. For the hearing the Verb Matthew Broderick Thinking Ferris Beautiful I laughed and now I'm thinking of the grizzly reality of it. I know there's a lot. There's a Lotta sad things like that. It's very sad I don't know the story I WANNA go on concern. I don't know I wonder if everyone involved with Ferris. Bueller now has a dark dark occasion Guy Jennifer Gray. Eh what happened to the principal. The principal was a pedophile. No Dad was he. Katie turn the recorders kidding from from dealers at Buehler's curse yeah. It's like poltergeist. Do Oh my God they've got a broader. Does this place now no broader extending fine..
"chris that" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
"Chris. We're back in transparency connection. I mean these are two things that millennials value to a very high degree that frankly they really may not have they have been born twenty forty sixty years prior the earlier generations talk about these two words. Why are the important I think one of the biggest things and actually kind of my own personal platform is around? How do we bring more empathy and more connection into our lives whether it be with my daughters my wife my friends or within our corporations and that's essentially what actually instigated this book and I think one of the biggest missing pieces is real connection and for so many years we've been brought up with bureaucracy and layers and we've been told that for example you can you can't be friends with the people that are on your team that work beneath you and we gotta throw all that out the window and you know what I tell people on their first day that they need to do when they either oversee a new team or someone joins it? Is You follow them on social media and they're like what no way. I'M NOT GONNA follow my people. Isn't that creepy Mike Wolf. It seems creepy than you might WanNa work on that relationship because it shouldn't seem creepy and and the reason I use that as when you come in on a Monday and you can see the five different people on your team's activities whether it be a habitat build or the new puppy that someone might have adopted you can actually hit the ground round running and say Joseph Dude. Your puppy is the cutest thing I've ever seen. We've been to find him. You know without all that inbetween stuff and what that does that it creates a real connection and relationship the other piece of it is and I use my Kitson as my example who's in senior executive at the Home Depot. He opens up his one on ones with all of his people and he gives them one of two options. You can either talk about work stuff or life stuff off in eighty percent of the time they talk about life stuff in. Is that a bad investment of time absolutely not because R._O._Y.. Will follow once you have a real connection in place with your employees. So that's a connection side. The transparency side transparency is often misinterpreted by senior executives or entrepreneurs that they either have to disclose all of their financials and I know entrepreneurs out there that would not be the right approach so you don't have to do that or that. It means on the other side of the spectrum that they have to cry in front of their people in no you don't have to cry in front of your people instead what they mean by transparency is they just weren't context next so when you make a mistake and we all do as entrepreneurs when you make a mistake go ahead and use that as an example of what you did wrong and then how you guys are all going to learn from it. If you go after a big piece of business that you don't win. Tell tell them why it was that you didn't win. Tell them what their efforts how their efforts contributed them to actually taking you to the next level with that pitch that you might have lost and so with transparency all it means. Is that you as a leader. We need to be able to create this picture for your people as to why you're doing the things you're doing so you know. It's funny a lot of these things it's kind of common sense but it's now time to introduce them into our corporations and companies commonsense common sense isn't always common practice fire nation. These are the type of things few applaud your business. You're going to be on that cutting edge. You're going to be treating people the way they want to be treated. You'RE GONNA be incentivizing people at the way they want to be. Incentivize in. You'RE GONNA be running a business. That's exciting for every single person within now Chris one thing that you have is a seventy thirty rule and that grass is always greener complex kind of break those things down for fire nation how this Kinda applies to millennials those in that workplace environment. I think we can attest to this regardless of where we are in our generation but I know for me I call it the pinterest station of our generation where everything has to be this ridiculously perfect thing and I go back acted this example of I think it was my daughter's fourth birthday. We were exhausted we had we have a younger daughter. While my wife throws me her phone and was a pin for her birthday. The next morning a Saran wrap around her door with a hundred balloons that when she would open the door they would all cave in and I turned to my wife. I was like this is exhausting. The other example I uses on the first day of school. Everyone's got those perfect pictures of their child and says Abigail first grade her favorite food. Is You know cheddar cheese crackers and it's like it's just it's an absolutely exhausting life that we all are trying to exude to the world in so we have this idea that the grass this is always greener on the other side and the reality is that it's not in so we have got to especially with the millennials in younger millennials they spend their whole lives comparing their insights to other people's outsides and so we have to encourage them that guess what there is no perfect world out there so that's where my seventy thirty roll comes in and my seventy thirty role is that thirty percent of your job is GonNa suck. Seventy percents should fuel you up. If I were you up. Get you excited. Keep going to work but thirty percents just gonNA suck for me. Thirty percent anything within an excel document is in my thirty percent right like we all have those things that we don't necessarily have a passion for but that is the kind of harsh reality not only of our work but but life thirty percent of life is GonNa be hard and so you know I also keep in tact like this. What a <unk> kind of sitting in your car roll which is two days in a row your dreading coming into work and it's not associated to your own procrastination the nation or self-development meaning that you're pushing yourself out of your own comfort zone then we've gotta talk about that and people ask me like Chris? How do you exit people? How do you fire people? I usually have a conversation about the sit in your car roll and I say are you are you. You look look like you dread work. Are you reading coming into work and usually it's like yeah. I Hate I hate. I don't like my job anymore. My passions of evolve is like okay great. Let's talk about what does fire you up and I'll introduce you to people outside of these walls that will maybe that'd be open. Those things up to you so that's I think a big thing that we need to be introducing as leaders is just the idea that there is no perfect thing out there fire nation thirty percent of your job is going to suck. I mean let's be real. You're getting paid for a reason not because you just getting up doing everything you want all day every single day. No your pay because you're doing work. You're doing things that maybe other people don't WanNa do don't like doing in thirty. percent of your job is gonNA suck. The seventy percent should fill you up shit excite. You should fire you up and if it's flipped if seven percent of your job sucks only three percent fires you up then it's time to start having conversations with people above you and saying hey we got to switch on things around here otherwise you know there's going to be some issues and I love that the whole idea about how it's so easy to flip open instagram all these other apps and seeing that one second of everybody's perfect life you know that one picture with a baby smiling at their birthday party with cake in their mouth but then you know that our before the hour after just pure misery it'd be was just screaming crying and everybody's exhausted but even though one second you got up and then we look at that picture like Oh my God what a perfect life fire nation compare and despair you will always despair when you're comparing hearing yourself to anybody except yourself. Yesterday you can compare yourself to yesterday because if you are winning that battle that comparison you're winning it life but the reality is fire nation. The grass is not always greener that little glimpse. Of that quote unquote perfect manicured moment you're seeing is not amazing like you know I love. There's this one video remain that I saw like these beautiful bikini models like on a beach into Hiti in like it looks like life was perfect perfect but then like they cut to the before and the after they were just like Oh. My God is so Winnie the sands. I'm getting bitten by San Fleas like let's get Outta here like they were knows rable. Totally they did that. One smile on one click lose the example in the book and I also tell everyone on my team because I've been there. I called my river runs through moment where I was out in Idaho. I hired a fishing guide. I gave him six hundred bucks and I was like listen. I six hundred bucks on my phone and I was I. I don't care about catching any fish shout here. All I want is I want a shot of the fish in the net and then I want a video of me. A river runs through in it like Brad Pitt with the mountains in the background the river kind of flowing through and me just doing the back and forth with the Rod. That's all I care about. This guy turns me. He's like wait. You're GonNa pay me six hundred bucks for an Instagram Post. I was like no. It's like three hundred bucks each so let's go and I use it was a low moment for me you know and and I use that as an example to to to everyone on the team and I think that's also a little bit of like that transparency things. I've been there I get it. You know I've done it before. I'm not proud Chris. You believe rightfully so that purpose in passion will win but for fire donation for the listeners back up that belief yet so I think life needs to be a ruthless pursuit of passions and <hes> I think we often times in our world get distracted and I think any entrepreneur they can attest to what that tastes in feels like right. I mean you're essentially creating pass around your passions and so how do we better create that environment for for the people that are working for us that are joining our journeys and on the other side of that is that especially statistically if you look at this next generation and then as we look into Gen Z.. It's no longer a nice to have in terms of purpose. You've gotTA OUGHTA be bigger and representative of something that is making a difference in the world in some form or fashion and if you don't have that you're not going to be able to attract talent and so as you look look at as you develop your company's what is it that you represent that is bigger than just a bottom line or some sort of profit margin and so you know I go back to our own journey within my agency twenty money to squared we put a stake in the ground and we announced to everyone that our purpose was together. We give rise to change and with that we'd give everyone you know changing the world for the better and we'd give everyone five days off to donate whatever time they want to the nonprofit that our choice so proxy what we preach once again there's nothing worse than hypocrisy. If you're GONNA say that you're going to do something go ahead and actually follow through with that and I think that is as an example of creating environment around purpose and then actually following through on it the other side of the passion side. Is that oftentimes. I don't think people are passionate about their jobs as maybe we want them to be and and I talk about supporting everyone side-hustle if you don't have someone that is super passionate about what they're doing go ahead and give them twenty percent of their time back to create their own thing or to to to to do something that they're truly passionate about and you look at companies like Google companies like facebook some of the most innovative companies in the world have structured programs around just this but if you do not introduce purpose and passion to this next generation and you will not only lose out but you will not be able to recruit the most talented people or anyone to your company so I try to make that first and foremost for for for anyone starting a business or building one fire nation what the difference are you making in the world in the reality is kind of a harsh question because if you really look in the mirror and ask yourself that question you're gonNa come up empty and let's saying every single person hearing these words are gonNA come up empty but a lot of people are I mean I asked myself at this very very question. Eight years ago when I came up empty and then it really was at Ice Stein quote try not to become a person of success but rather person value that quotes had me flip my mindset and say I haven't been producing any value to this world. I've just been chasing this false sense of success like whatever that is. I don't even know what that is. I'm just chasing it born. I flipped it on his head and I said I'M GONNA give value to this world in an area that I'm passionate about that. I believe I have a purpose in and that's having great ray conversations with successful and inspiring entrepreneurs and sharing them with you.
"chris that" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Some that's not nearly as imposing might normally be the, for example, will how state in the big ten. I mean, Michigan has yet to achieve what we thought it could still seasons to there still time. I think over instill control their destiny if they went out. But so far we haven't seen evidence that's going to happen. And I just think the you look at the strength of the top teams the way that they have different ways to win games. You know, I mean, Georgia doesn't have to score bunch of points. You don't get big plays against him. Now this they sort of do it the same way that last year they grind it out. They prevent the big plays and make you earn it, but that's very, very successful clemson's more dynamic in the world last year offense, Ohio sate far more dynamic than they were last year on often so they can win outs to Chris Fowler with us for the final couple minutes, Chris fascinating. You college football. You're also one of the preeminent tennis broadcasters. I I know you fairly. I've never. I never knew where that. Where that came from long story short. I was a tennis fan from the same football fan as twelve years old, Jimmy Connors and Chris ever come onto seen. They won Wimbledon nineteen, seventy four. I went out and got that terrible steel racket. And Wilson t. two thousand Jimmy us and no one can hit a ball with. And I really started to play pretty seriously as a kid not terribly talented. Parents didn't push me. So I didn't go anywhere as a tennis player, but always watched watch tennis and grew up watching dick emberg at Wimbledon. And one of the reasons why I think the I wanted to do this job was was just having him bring women into my living room with his particular voice and personality. And it was neat, and I just been, I'm huge tennis fan year round. Follow tournament somebody's ever heard of. We're not broadcasting. I'm still watching them. Is there any correlation between working with McEnroe and working with herbstreet? Not much. I would say John McEnroe might correlate more to dick Vitale. Because he's a unique personality. But I mean, John says some of the wisest things in analyzes tennis match away. Nobody else does, and we have a lot of great analysts and and I work with, I think the best in the world, but John will find a way to frame match through the old Johnny Mack experience, and no one else can use. And I think that's why he's connected with for so long. It's a blast work with them. And we're talking about epic situations. You had one this year, not that long ago. Not that far from here? No, no. If you're talking about the Serena Williams, Asaka final, unlike anything I've ever broadcast. I mean, I, it's so chaotic. It's so hard to understand exactly what the chair umpire said the punishments and and the crowd can't hear the players know what's going on. Imagine a football game like that. And you think that tennis. It's got to be simple as two players out there. We know them well, footballers twenty two guys. You don't know him all that well, sometimes, but the fact that tennis continues to surprise me and anything is possible on that court with two people out there. I never thought I'd see anything like that. There was enough blame to go around. It was a complicated situation. They're all sorts of layers where we have this thing was before the the idea of gender bias was raised, and those are very real issue for Serena. They had to be talked about the fallout from that the way that the US reacted to it the way that the chair on pyre felt he was thrown under the bus. There's so many different aftershocks of that open ever have to go through that again because I wanna play who won the title rightfully and she deserved to be in the USO champion. And for naming Asaka, her championship moment was tarnished by the acts of others. That was too bad. Final couple of material with Chris. Oh, let's in with where we are in the. College football season. And as I talk about Alabama, just the relationship that you and your your crew and obviously so many times for game day have had with Nick Sabin and and I know none of could have predicted what we're seeing right now, but, but what's this journey been like.
"chris that" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!
"We're to chris as a guy i'll tell you what with everything these dohrn it's hard to outworked chris you better get your ass up early in the morning if you want outward chris what hard working guys i know just had a bad as match with a kinney omega over there in japan for new japan pro wrestling everybody's still talking about that janacek at match out of you add seen in also man that match with sean michaels that letter match was such a smart match so intelligently laid out the execution the finish the whole nine yards i love that match those are two chris jerko classic teaching find real easy and are bad ask and essential watching a man if you're trying to learn about the business if you're in business even if you're at a high level in the business you can learn something from watching both these matches and if you're just a wrestling pan these are to walsh matches the chicken really sank your teeth and as a get a lotta time to tell their stories tell him and a great uh outstanding building fashion and deliver on the finish and all of the execution so i enjoyed both those matches yago check them out i want to say thank you uh one more time all the find sponsors of the steve often show that's ahmed news podcast for you twice we for free you can find all my sponsors a podcast onecom just click on a killer deals button at the top of the page and then click on the steve offs and show better and speaking of podcast one the new podcast worn app is now available for downloaded the app store guga play and they're in another podcast app i guess when anywhere and that's because a new podcast one app is loaded with a cool as features that lead to a lot more than just less your favorite shows you can access behind the scenes photos articles connect with other fans of the show you like watch over thousand 360 virtual reality videos you can actually watch some your favorite shows and virtual reality is like sitting right the rotterdam room with them so get to the app store google bland download the new podcast worn out now folks if.