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Fresh "Chris" from Garret Lewis

Garret Lewis

00:30 sec | 1 min ago

Fresh "Chris" from Garret Lewis

"Com This is Knsd AM 7 90 on my heart radio station Thie, Arizona Department of Health Services is out with its road map for the reopening of Jim's bars and other businesses that have been closed under Governor Deuces executive order. The rules, which were ordered by a judge last week, require counties to fall to certain levels for covert 19 cases, positive tests and hospitalizations. Mima County isn't at those levels yet. But state health director Dr Cara Chris says it's really close. There may not be a Nova home LOANS Arizona BLE this year after the Mountain West Conference in the Mid American Conference, the two that are tied into the Tucson game suspended fall Sports Arizona Bowl officials say they're looking for a creative solution. I'm Donny CI Kunst am 7 90 Tucson's most stimulating.

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Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger announce baby's birth

Jim Bohannon

00:19 sec | 11 hrs ago

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger announce baby's birth

"Earl Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver have a new grand daughter. Their daughter, Catherine and her husband, Chris Pratt, say they're beyond thrilled after she gave birth to their first child in an Instagram post, they announced the birth of daughter Lila Maria Schwarznegger. It's the second child for Pratt, who has a seven year old son with his first wife, Anna

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Fresh update on "chris" discussed on Glenn Beck

Glenn Beck

01:01 min | 3 min ago

Fresh update on "chris" discussed on Glenn Beck

"X TV HD to Clearwater. Good morning. I'm Chris Trunk Man. Our top story. A 10 o'clock 500 dead. The number of people killed in Pinellas County from Corona virus after a 77 year old woman became the latest to die from the disease. Statewide, 91 deaths were reported in under 4200 new cases. That's the lowest number in weeks. The parent company of Busch Gardens and Adventure Island is reporting a huge drop in attendance and revenue for the second quarter of 2020. Officials with Seaworld Entertainment say the pandemic led to a net loss of $131 million at its 12 parks on Ly, seven of them all in Florida and Texas were open for a portion of the quarter in June. As a result, officials say, Park attendance dropped from 6.5 1,000,000 in 2019. To just 300 thousands of the client of about 96%. Still, CEO Mark Swanson says attendance has gone up slightly through August 2nd, and plans appear to be in place for modified versions of Halloween and Christmas events. Reid Shepherd NEWS RADIO WOFL, a Lakeland police officers making a welfare check discovered an elderly couple murdered inside their home and the king's matter Mobile Home Park over the weekend. Police aren't saying how 59 year old Francisco Molina and his 63 year old wife, Irma, were killed. Police chief Ruben Garcia tells news Channel eight officers came across the scene. They were not prepared to find just one more incident that these officer see.

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Belarus erupts in protest after opposition alleges rigged election

All In with Chris Hayes

00:34 sec | 12 hrs ago

Belarus erupts in protest after opposition alleges rigged election

"Eastern, Europe critics say yesterday's election in Belarus was rigged after the country's Central Election Commission announced that longtime autocratic leader Alexander Lukashenko won with eighty percent of the vote. President, Lukashenko controls the vote counting as well as security services and the state. Media in recent days, security services, arrested many protesters and journalists, Belarus and Internet service with cut off in the capital Minsk. The country is now being rocked by major protests as the president's main opposition candidate refuses to accept the government's results and has not conceded

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McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

All Things Considered

02:59 min | 12 hrs ago

McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging employee relationships

"McDonald's has made striking new allegations against its former CEO of the company says Steve Easterbrook hid sexual relationships with employees and concealed the evidence. The fast food giant fired Easterbrook last year. Now it is suing him to get back his multi $1,000,000 severance package. NPR's Alina Selya HQ reports. What makes this case pretty remarkable is that it's been nine months since Easterbrook was fired. The reason a consensual relationship with an employee that amounted to sexting and American corporate culture typically is all about sorting these kinds of internal scandals quickly and behind closed doors. Here's Tim Hubbard, a professor at the University of Notre Dame. There's always this tendency to wanna settle it quietly and get it completely out of the media. But here we are talking about it again because now McDonald's Is suing Easterbrook, saying he covered up more inappropriate behavior. McDonald's made this unusual choice because back in November, Easterbrook left with the severance estimated at over $40 million. But in July, an anonymous tip led the company to search corporate servers and their investigators found explicit photos and videos sent from Easter. Brooks corporate account evidence of sexual relationships with three employees, including one woman for whom Easterbrook approved a stock grant worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. I think that there was an expectation as they were negotiating a settlement. That the former chief executive officer be open and honest. The company says he lied to get a better exit payout and is suing to get that money back. Few companies find these kind of public battles with former executives. MacDonald says. It's already moved to block Easterbrook from selling any stock he might still have from his equity awards. I don't really see the likelihood of him returning the money without A bit of force needed. I think it gets pretty nasty Easter. Brooks legal team did not respond to NPR's enquiries, and we should note that McDonald's is among NPR's recent sponsors. Mr Brooks, Compensation for being fired drew much attention and criticism last year. It included six months of severance pay shares and other equity, leading many low wage frontline workers to muse about their pay gap with executives. And use the moment to highlight allegations of rampant sexual harassment of female employees by male co workers and managers across McDonald's restaurants sharing to Johnny directs the time's up Legal Defense Fund, which is backing workplace sexual harassment lawsuits by McDonald's workers were going to say You can't do certain things that were going to take conduct seriously. And they should be taking it seriously when it comes to their workers being sexually harassed, and, at a minimum committed 40 million. They're trying to get back from Easterbrook to stop that. Easterbrook successor, CEO Chris Kempinski often speaks about re committing to company values of integrity and inclusion. On Monday, McDonald's told workers it's conducting in global survey and listening sessions to assess the state of its corporate culture.

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Baltimore gas explosion levels homes, at least 1 woman killed, 6 injured, search underway

KYW 24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 14 hrs ago

Baltimore gas explosion levels homes, at least 1 woman killed, 6 injured, search underway

"Through in northwest Baltimore neighborhood this morning, One woman was killed in Atleast. Six others were in the hospital of serious injuries here. CBS NEWS Chris Van Cleef investigators are continuing to sift through the rubble of the force of this blast was enough to shattered windows up and down this street way are working diligently tried to make sure that we're recovering every victim that may be involved in the situation that has been shut up in what we're doing. We're also checking additional homes within the area Agents are assisting local police and fire. Riders with the investigation into the blast. Now, Baltimore City's Baltimore City Fire

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Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Welcome Their First Child

Colleen and Bradley

00:22 sec | 21 hrs ago

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger Welcome Their First Child

"Have you learned to learn? Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger are giving the world a glimpse of their newborn baby girl. Chris Pratt shared on Instagram that he and Schwarzenegger are thrilled to announce the birth of their first child together Lilah Maria Schwarzenegger, Pratt, and he shared a picture of the pair holding the baby's hand. And Pratt also wrote. Both Mom and baby are doing great. We're extremely big Bull, Hester, Love

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Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger welcome a baby girl

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:22 sec | 21 hrs ago

Chris Pratt and Katherine Schwarzenegger welcome a baby girl

"Schwarzenegger and Chris Pratt, or parents of a new baby girl. Pratt posted a photo this morning announcing the birth of Lilah Maria Schwarzenegger. Pratt. He says both mom and baby you're doing well. A couple married about a year ago. She's a best selling author and podcast host, also the daughter of Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger. Earlier this year, Pratt called her a great step Mom to his seven year old son, Jack, with his ex Anna Faris.

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21 Shot, 1 Killed During Washington DC Block Party

Chris Plante

02:23 min | 1 d ago

21 Shot, 1 Killed During Washington DC Block Party

"Yesterday Sunday. But really it was after midnight Saturday night, There was a big block party in Washington, D. C in Southeast Washington, D C, which is largely African American on DH. There are A lot of crime. There's an increased amount of crime predictably, in sections of southeast Washington, D C. There was a large block party. I lie. I should I should get this because it's just crazy. 20 people were shot. 20 of my fellow citizens, 20 of my neighbors, 20 Washington, D. C. Residents were shot, one killed a 17 year old male. Was killed in the gunfire. 19 other people were wounded in the gunfire and it was during it happened during a block party. There was a block party now. The thing is the Democrats. Is he here in Washington, D. C. They banned parties because their party poopers for one thing, they're no fun at all. They're crazy people. If you give them a temple full of power, they will abuse it and the piece from from NBC in Washington. One dead, 20 hurt when gunfire erupts at D. C Block party. Now I believe they have since updated. This is a total of 20 They were still counting the wounded. It was like Iraq. It's like Beirut in Democrat controlled enclaves across America as everybody ought to know by now. Hundreds of people were gathered for a block party despite the city's restrictions on parties during the pandemic. That's the sub headline from NBC. And this isn't the channel. Well, it is the channel for local, but the NBC network took it as well. A shooting in Southeast DC early Sunday or after midnight Saturday night left a young father dead and 20 others injured again. I think the numbers have been adjusted downward by one. Including an off duty police officer. A woman of female police officer was shot. She's off duty and may live in the neighborhood after multiple people opened guns fire. On a large gathering opened guns, fire. That's that's

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Letters Q&R: How Much Context Do We Really Need?

The Bible Project

05:04 min | 1 d ago

Letters Q&R: How Much Context Do We Really Need?

"Start with the question Fr Thompson in Australia Hey. Guys I'm Tamsin from Kalinga in Australia. Now that we know that there's a lot of interpretation involved in understanding what the lead is trying to say is this still a role for devotional reading in our lives? Can I pick up my Bible and just read a few S.'s and meditate on them and pray about them? And get value out of that without having to do a really intense Bible study look commentaries and expert opinions and cultural stuff. Yes. Thompson the the very practical question. Yeah I thought it'd be good to kind of start with us because we have done a lot of really focused work on method and putting on our our learning and study hats. So to speak you know when we read the letters so I think it is good to back up and to say that study Mo- intense study mode is, of course, not the only way to engage your Bible I. Think it's an important way that It's important that we grow in, but it's it's not the only way and actually I always appreciate this question even though I'm. A Bible Nerd, I'm guessing you do to. Chris. Because our temperament is already given to study the Bible really intense way but it's important to say out loud that that's not the only way. Yeah. You didn't engage the Bible. Yeah. I think what I really like about this question is that it emphasizes integrating scripture indoor lives in a devotional way. So I think yeah. Maybe some people tend too much towards studying not integration but I think that like devoted study and devoted response to scripture have to go hand-in-hand. So I, do like that a lot about this question that. Emphasizes that may be the Holy Spirit could be working through multiple ways as we read scripture. The big thing about not seeing Bible or the estimate letters as a grab bag you know of of inspirational one liners I was not trying to say that you shouldn't look for amazing sentences and paragraphs that meme and memorize them in the letters i. think that's actually a really great idea i. do it myself. But the point is is when we are due when we are reading and studying in that mode to the neglect of reading a whole letter as a whole or at least trying to do some mirror reading, which is looking for the situational background, the letters to I think then that sorta like the carts drive in the Horse Yeah. where, what I want to get out of the letter is does not a charitable way to say it but it's my desires what's driving the agenda for the letter as opposed to letting the authors agenda and what they're trying to say, let let that drive how I read engage with it. So both modes are important that what you're saying I really affirm that too. Yeah both mountains. But yeah, like being aware of the whole literary context and knowing that to really understand communication the more context we have the better the threat. Yeah. That's just like a natural principle cam occasion if it's ancient communication than that requires a little more work, right? Like if I don't understand what you say I can just ask you. Yeah you're right here. But if we don't understand what Paul says, we have to figure out some other ways to get contact cats right. I WanNa know the genealogy of the word. Devotional. The way to describe a way of reading the Bible a devote devotional time or devotional reading. Yeah. That is interesting temps a new use that phrase never lots of people use it before and I think it refers to a certain way of reading the Bible that has developed I think in Europe and the West after the printing press namely sitting by yourself in the morning reading the Bible, not in mode but just in. Listening for something personal from. God. About ten to twenty minute chunks. Yeah. Yeah. Pervert early in the morning with Cup of Tea Right? Is that does the yeah I think devotional means do that's probably yeah how I understand too and there's a good side of that that maybe is rooted in the word of the word devote devoting our whole selves to God but I don't know if that's where that comes from it really is. That reflective listening but I think the dangerous side of that is that sometimes if we're doing devotional reading, we're just really quick to jump to response or application without asking what was happening in the original letter or what what the context was it all yeah. Yeah. I think the basic way is we're not trying to replace one mode of studying the Bible with another way of reading like what we're saying is we need. A. Balance. Yeah, and as you balance a more contextual reading of the letters with a more personal integrated, you said earlier devotional reading I think what you find is your own personal takeaways or the one liners that you do get you know from the test letters they don't become less meaningful. They become more meaningful. Yeah. Because you actually know the the context of the paragraph of wherever secure. So that kind of thing. So thanks.

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Quick pour - Web Performance

Front End Happy Hour

02:56 min | 1 d ago

Quick pour - Web Performance

"Why is web performance so important these days like you heard Jason and Chris really their introductions really just talking about only performance. So why is it so important one engineering manager at Netflix's told me that I had to really worry about it. And so. You know ever since and then I went to linked and I had his other manager that talked to and I just kept talking about weapons just based on those facts loan I. Guess it was important. Johnson. Good people, but listen to you Brian Yeah. Well, guess what Brian we brought them here today. For for those that are. Who are not briefed on this I worked with Chris it Netflix's, and then we work together again linked. And then he abandoned Microsoft on me. I think it's important because. I mean there's there's a whole slew reasons probably the most important to me personally is that Went performances making. Your website accessible to everyone or at least more people right. If you right heavy websites, it's not accessible to people on crappy Internet crappy devices I mean not even crappy even moderate ones read. So making it accessible to the general populace is for me the most important reason. There's a bunch of the reasons they making money in bullshit like that, but you know. That's why I think it's yeah it's user experience. That's the whole reason we build anything. We're not. We're building it for people to use, and if it's not fast and they're having crappy time like doesn't matter how beautiful it looks or how. Features, how many features you have if it's not fast, people are. Going to be upset or they can't use it, and then they can't do what they need to do, and some of that's really important stuff like. I don't know like. Banking or things that you know, give them access to things. That are online government services that are really critical to people to be able to do so. Very similar is Brian and also just thinking of it even from a device perspective is everything's going more and more on the mobile device, and I think about that too just trying to deal with your connectivity whether be low latency anything in the happening on on a mobile device. Definitely in Bornes Guy I think every like the idea of access to information for me what performances about the ability for people to be able to access the world's greatest resource, which is the Internet. if you limit access by making it behind pay walls or behind really expensive devices that are on maintainable or even just break network access my network connection here at home on when I'm not on life is atrocious and I wouldn't be a black says a lot of the websites. that. I think are important for critical information

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Los Angeles - Crisis looms if lawmakers don’t act with eviction ban to end soon in California

KNX Evening News

01:06 min | 1 d ago

Los Angeles - Crisis looms if lawmakers don’t act with eviction ban to end soon in California

"Now for renters across California, there's increasing concerns about a ban on evictions that's going to be ending this week. Up to a 1,000,000 Californians could be forced onto the streets and for those who faced evictions before the pandemic, the county sheriff's Department is now enforcing those notices. People who lost work and couldn't pay rent during the pandemic. They're still safe. But if your case dates back before the pandemic, you could be forced out. That does not sit well with Elena Pop, executive director of the L. A based eviction defense network. Every single person who ends up on the street is likely toe suffer from the pandemic likely to get affected and unlikely to affect others. But Daniel Colson of the Apartment Association of Greater Rally, which represents landlords, Says landlords have rights to these people that had lost cases well before the eviction moratoriums have not been paying rent. But the property owners have been unable to get a lock out because the sheriff's department was doing walkouts anymore. The county decision follows actions already taken in Orange and San Bernardino counties, Chris C. Eden's keychain next 10 70 news

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North Carolina has strongest earthquake in 100 years

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

North Carolina has strongest earthquake in 100 years

"Strong earthquake hit North Carolina this morning near the Virginia border. CBS News correspondent Jim Chris Ola has the details. The strongest earthquake to hit North Carolina and more than 100 years shook much of the state, southeast and mid Atlantic. Just after 8 a.m. Sunday, the 5.1 quake was centered near the North Carolina mountain town of Sparta. Tom Tusi was having coffee on the front porch of his cabin. The coffee was coming out of the cups sloshing around. Inside the cab and things were following over. No serious injuries have been reported, although there has been damaged in the mountains of North Carolina and Virginia.

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New York Mets Beat Miami Marlins 4-2 Behind DeGrom, Rookie Giménez

Chris Moore

00:23 sec | 1 d ago

New York Mets Beat Miami Marlins 4-2 Behind DeGrom, Rookie Giménez

"Met Jacob deGrom's of run support. The bullpen did its job. Jared used among potential when Diaz and set luego with warnings to hit relief. After the Graham got through five, served up, two run homer in the fifth. Mets went on to beat the Marlins four to couple Barbie eyes for Jeff McNeil, Rookie Andres Tremendous 343 run sport continues to play well. Mets, or 79 they opened before Game seven nationals tomorrow night.

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Sheriff's deputy shot during overnight 'ambush' in Lamar County, Atlanta

Chris Burns

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Sheriff's deputy shot during overnight 'ambush' in Lamar County, Atlanta

"County Sheriff's Office says one of its deputies was shot in the line of duty Deputy Justin Weaver responded to a suspicious person call off of Moore Street in Milner. The sheriff's office says somebody ambush Weaver's car and fired several shots at it. We were taken to it Atlanta hospital with injuries to his face and left arm the suspect took off but was later arrested in Alabama.

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Tibetan Yoga for Health and Wellbeing

Hay House Meditations

06:20 min | 2 d ago

Tibetan Yoga for Health and Wellbeing

"Hi, Allie welcome to the PODCAST. I'm Madeo. Thank you very much for having me. I'm really excited to talk about we haven't had anybody on the podcast that is speaking directly to yoga and breath work in the way that you teach install very excited to have you today. Thank you I. You know excited and I, Love Hey House and. That last book of Tibet. The newer for health and wellbeing. This is my passion. So yes, excellent. Excellent. There's a there's a number of things I'd like to talk about with you today including your. Your advice on integrating meditation and Yoga into our everyday life and are busy schedule as well as your work with Yoga and breath work in a clinical medical sending including with your with cancer patients. But I, I like to ask you about how you got here how we got here with you, and maybe we can start with your own yoga and meditation training under your revered teachers in Nepal and India. So can you give us a brief version of of how you began your studies to help us situate where you're learning has is coming from Sure sure. Emmy see how brief I can. So really when with the Tibetan tradition, it really started when I in my first trip to India in nineteen, eighty nine. And I was really looking for teacher. I wasn't sure if it was going to be an Indian teacher Tibetan teacher I was more familiar with the teachers I did get to meet with Yuji Christian motifs of not the famous one JD. Wonderful Yuji Chris for more and more. And then some g my analogy, and then actually when I met the two BETTON SAT in La. It really started inspiring me and particularly the way that. They had this devotion to the picture of its own is a Lama and I have to admit I didn't know too much about His Holiness yet. But then doing the trip. It was when he was. Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize I was actually cashier at that time I remember reading that in the US favor now it's like Wow so happy a give my mom. My Dad had been awarded the prize and and and I said, I need to meet this man. In fact that evening they showed on the Indian TV. Heart of Tibet. That I la that was actually the forward or was by pressing Carter. And I. So I went from touch me to down silos where the Delilah was. It was. During that time, he was the fortieth anniversary of the children village. That's the first time I saw him talk. Then I went for you know a public interview and I kind of. was trying to be there as much as I could and at the same time I got my first. Personal teacher, which was you should origin. Bodies, Yogi. And he was particularly into the tradition of true and. Whether he was the Weatherman for the Dalai Lama. and. I started training with them I. Did my longer with him or started the non right ended up seventy slater finishing That really led me to come back towards t Tina where I'm originally from. And really start devoting a lot of time to practice and then was in ninety one that. I, I met a number no group chain that he came to Argentina I nine, hundred ninety and I am Alejandra can I can I just mention here that that sort of what you're talking about a little bit is that when the Tibet you mentioned that you met the Delami in in in northern India in Dharamsala. And this is after for our listeners who don't know the when the Dalai Lama a came into exile when he left Bet in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, he and about two, hundred thousand. Refugees settled in the northern regions of India and where the Dalai Lama lived was Dharmsala, and so that was one of the first places that you went to in. That is sort of this hub of the Tibetan diaspora that is sort of surrounds the Dalai Lama, and then eventually Tibetans have gone of course throughout the world and there's two. Betton. Buddhist. Centers throughout the world and so you were kind of a beneficiary. You came along in nineteen, eighty, nine, nineteen ninety and started studying with some of these teachers who weren't only in India around the dilemma. But who had gone elsewhere you mentioned non-pwi Norbu Rhumba Jay who had gone to to Italy, and then there were other centers where you were living in Argentina. Yes, and so I. I did consider you know for for some time Don, Sala my second home I spend many months there. And that's where actually ish adorned pitches monastery wall. So. As, you said Dharamsala was this hub and I really considered my second home. I spent many months there intermittently going from there to other places and back, and that is really were you had his monastery and and. So meeting the Dalai Lama and trying to be as much as possible with them. But also really having a personal teacher like you should was really important to me so that when I came back to Argentina that I felt there was no one there in luckily I was wrong was a small. Karma Kagyu Center. And also kind of a unique center the first teacher I met when when I go towards. Metering And then Nunca Norman as I mentioned the Nunca over pitcher was a big change for me. In the way he taught. So the Tony Brooke he brought the teachings. Into everyday

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'Nobody will want to be the last': How the MAC shutdown will impact fall football

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

'Nobody will want to be the last': How the MAC shutdown will impact fall football

"Danger of losing the college football season is becoming more and more real by the day as the Mid American conference becomes the first Division one entity to cancel their fall competition, including football games and championships in their release, the max saying the intent is to play fall Sports and spring 2021. And that decision to cancel sports was unanimous. This effects teams such as Eastern Michigan, Central Michigan and western Michigan, the Broncos actually were supposed to play Notre Dame during their schedule in September. Before the shutdown, the MAX decision coming after power five conferences decided to not put nonconference teams on their schedules. As for the Big 10 reported meetings taking place on Saturday, and according to reports, such as Yahoo sports, there is some momentum for following the lead of the Mac and canceling fall events. That decision will come at another time. But the pandemic is beginning to a road away hope that we'll have college football to help get sports fans through extended tough times. Chris

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Travel to Nebraska

The Amateur Traveler Podcast

04:10 min | 3 d ago

Travel to Nebraska

"I like to welcome the show gene m from Nebraska, who has come to talk to us about her homestate Tino. Welcome to the show I. Thank you Chris and Gina I see from Nebraska. You'll live in Phoenix now. Does one ever get Nebraska out of their system after they move away so. Truly wants to Nebraska always. And Nebraska is one of only three states in the fifteen years the show we have not covered. So I've been really wanting to do this show I think for a while I have actually spent vacations in Nebraska. So why should someone go to Nebraska? Well, that is a great question and a lot of people when they hear I'm from Nebraska, asked me that question as well. So I think that the State Tourism Board. They just came out with a motto. That actually, maybe laugh the motto is Nebraska honestly it isn't for everyone. And so and then it goes into all of these awesome things that you can do Nebraska. But I think that someone who loves a good road trip likes to go off the beaten path maybe not as mainstream as some other areas that is who is going to love to go to Nebraska. Will and I should say that I have or have had at times for different podcasts and one of them was the passport travel marketing. NPR. PODCAST and if you go find that show, you can find an interview with the head of Nebraska tourism talking about that very motto in how It came about and and what they meant by it and that whole program. So. Excellent well, what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for us? Well, I think that we should sorry in Omaha Nebraska which is the largest city you're gonna fly in here and you can fly pretty much any major airline into that airport. In also itinerary I should know is going to take place in the summer. So Nebraska has four seasons in the winter can be quite extreme and it's just not quite as fun. If you I mean it's beautiful but the weather is so extreme that I would definitely recommend during during the summer. So we're GONNA fly into Omaha, and we are going to stay in the old market area downtown. It's absolutely gorgeous. So you can go on some horsedrawn carriages you can see farmers markets on the weekends but. The main thing and Omaha is the Henner doorly zoo. So many times throughout the years it has been rated number one in the world and it's for good reason. So it has an aquarium that is also with the zoo and I truly don't think there's one thing there that is missing they are continuously I didn't on and I was actually just looking at the website and they actually have overnight experiences that families can do now which I think is really awesome. We're GONNA go to the zoo experienced that. Day event, they have this new sky fiery, they call it and it's Ski Lifts in the end it goes over and so you can see the animals from above and. If you get tired or if you just want a different view, just hop on that it is extra. It's only six dollars round trip though so I think it's been on it's pretty awesome. So some other things in Omaha to do there are many museums just to would be the Jocelyn Art Museum the Durham Museum I. Know Museums aren't everybody's saying but just the architecture in those buildings absolutely gorgeous. Just sue a walk through or go have coffee nearby absolutely gorgeous at the Joslyn Art Museum and what was the second one? And both really affordable to get into the Durham's eleven dollars for admission and the Josh Art Museum my impression is is that it's it's a fine art museum rather than a modern, Art Museum yes. Yeah. Okay and then the Durham is more of like it goes through exhibits on immigration and who settled into Omaha and the construction of the transcontinental railroad, which is really important throughout Nebraska's history kind of more of those type of things.

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Addressing Cybersecurity Breaches in a COVID-19 Environment

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

05:35 min | 5 d ago

Addressing Cybersecurity Breaches in a COVID-19 Environment

"Time we were talking in person at the Sava Fusion Center in Sydney and has in the world challenge since we recorded that particular episode and I think it's a really Opportune. Time now, considering accenture has allowed incident response team in various parts of the world but obviously here in the I said Ole side on the tops of attacks the is being used and indeed the motivational the reasons for those attacks I think we might come to you first off the shift in the landscape I've the last few months and particularly since episode one some of the okay from the incident response time. Yes. You'll Chris really really interesting question I'm. I think all follow back to sort of March timeframe when things really starting to get started we saw massive uptake, Immuno covid nineteen themed fishing spear phishing email attacks, which is pretty consistent. With every time we've seen some major political shift or a major incident that gets people's emotions engaged. cybercriminals are pretty quick to the tactics to focus on that to exploit those emotions to get people to. Click on links and install alway but there's absolutely no denying sitting back now in where we end of July and looking back since that time frame it's all about ransomware. It is an absolute epidemic. We are saying certainly strategy. I don't think we've ever seen anything of what we're saying right now but even globally, I, mean there are massive companies just in the last few days Gombe and is all over the price and they've had an unprecedented attack. So I think ransomware is a is a big. Uptick we've seen in terms of changing the threat landscape, but the motivation full that ransomware, and also we've had some federal government, even prime ministerial level announcements in terms of the, but they'd foreign nation state actor motivation, but these ransomware attacks. Ransom crew ransomware crews, running these these campaigns will what what can enterprise be doing? What are you advising your clients in this? And what does what are some of those key controls that enterprise have to stop to get rot? That strike question I think come going back to the whole sort of state basting thread actors in the motivation. What I'm looking at. The question everyone was asking Ileana. These why we sing his uptick you know what's the connection and I've been racking my brain to try to understand what is the connection between the change in circumstances pulse covid nineteen and the increase in ransomware attacks. And what what we've managed to not come off the back of a major incident response way with we're added for sort of full wakes going up against the very threat actor the ICS's sent had only the intelligence reports at-bats June. And what what we sort of fan was during that analysis with different tactics use that I've never seen used before. A lot of the trade crafts very very similar but what we saw will threat actors. The actual attack is doing the attack that to deploy the ransomware with very very unskilled. These were not people who were very sophisticated in terms of their trade craft knowing what they were doing, but they were following a script and they were using automation and so what what I worked at pretty quickly in that sort of analysis was that what we're dealing with the question of why what's the connection but it's how how have threat actors managed to scale operations so quickly and I think it's been a combination of a more automation scripting intend to these attacks in the playbook they using. And possibly more outsourcing in points about the multiple parties they in gold in a ransomware as a service, it's a thing that's used by criminals who break in and gain access to monetize the access that go. So there are different actors during different parts of the service certainly inexperience what's what's been Jimmy leading to this massive uptake is the scale these attackers can now will brian up. So was the to the cut and paste approach, but it wasn't necessarily one act up. More based tools, the automated tools and also some of the services the as you said, the ransomware is a service. Became was it would you? I would the word be unleashed for anyone to use or did you get a sense of was potentially coordination there or was it just? Just. Random tiles in the application of these tools. Now, that's that's a great question. So the ransom web. The to us to make the money to the stuff that actually encrypt dot or an extra traits daughter where you put your, you know your bitcoins into it's an automated platform. There was no human direction. It is literally you get a self service ticket you go up to a you know this this website on the Dogwood you punching you ticket number it tells you how much you need to pay. The whole process is automated, and so that's that's just like A. Sas Platform that the attackers are using to monetize their tax and then the people who do the ransomware extortion they split the proceeds with the attackers had actually broken into the organization and gain the access necessary to deploy the ransomware tools. Now, this first group of people actually breaking, they're the ones where we're seeing a local coordination. So it's not once right active multiple tread actors, but one of the groups that does this figured out how to scale operation that got. Literally play by play. I you run this command then you run that command and they didn't gonNA help this. If you get stuck, there's a website you go to someone can give you help, and so that's that's what I think. The big difference we've seen in the last six months as the scale of people being compromised. Has Gone up substantially.

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Sorry Crypto Maximalists, But QE Is NOT The Devil - Alex Blum from Two Prime

The Cryptoverse

05:32 min | Last week

Sorry Crypto Maximalists, But QE Is NOT The Devil - Alex Blum from Two Prime

"So topic number one. qe Is not the devil, right so Wednesday teasing the central banks fancy word for create new currency and why call Keynesian model. So. We'll just looking at the. The nausea has crypto was born as a reaction to the two thousand eight financial crisis. We can talk about the you can talk about the positive implications for crypto markets that was kind of interesting. I see I would think that the Qe is will be seen as. Positive full crypto is just that what we expect to happen terms of light hyperinflation and then bitcoin going to the moon that's not been happening. Yeah. And with twelve years into bunkers levels of Qe. So can you speak on that? Yes. So I think to start I think a lot of people in the space very little trust for. Governments. Fans `institutions, which basically set monetary policy and end up printing. new money. It's not out of the world. A lot of the growth of Western economies has come from quantity quantitive easing, fractional, banking, fractional reserve banking, and so what this last to do is Basically. Create new acids new opportunities and and put money into things without having everything directly backed by a piece of gold or some other kind of hard asset Actually what's made it possible for our economy to grow post gold and post slavery as a different model I think we're things run into issues when you create this new money and it goes to a junk so. The Super Leverage Politics that have no real value generating a real value and you get this collapse in believer faith in that in the underlying and as well as claps and faith in the money that represents it, and so truly question of allocation. If you do to easing and give the money to chucky cheese dollars, you're GONNA have a problem if the money goes to space exploration and developing new medical research and helping the poor in a way that is reasonable and actually creates value than you have. Okay. You know banks. Currently, they do publication where their lending out money to people to buy real estate. For example, the recently generating that money themselves and then were getting the money returned to them through. The return of principal plus interest, and so you can basically create and get it back plus some if it's done correctly. So. In terms of its relation to crypto space I mean. In the last twelve years obviously bitcoin his done quite well in the last year or two a little bit more flats. It's tough to I. Think Today we look at like bitcoin why isn't going up more but it's pretty astonishing that it exists at all and that it was able to take flight, and so you know you can kind of see this risk premium or maybe a extra. Now the in the price of all this kind of uncertainty especially the early days of Bitcoin. By quantitative easing or new money helps to move into the space. That I think in terms of the. Performance recently and like its relationship to new money printing in the US, for example. I. Think it's. Very early yet to say, that money hasn't come into the space or you we might have seen a giant collapse so they're not been quantitative easing. It's tough to know what to compare it to necessarily but It's not surprising that there's a bit of lag or not an exact timing of like new dollars per did in twenty cents immediately goes Debbie Bitcoin obviously there could be some time lag. Structure Market. Dynamics. That caused the price do not move exactly the same moment and probably a good thing that it's not completely dependent upon the money supply for the price of Bitcoin number just be another leveraged financial product just like any other make bitcoin anything special unique. Okay. Isn't that the argument though like This there's a delay. In between the creation of new currency and having an impact on prices. And The. Question is I think they'll answerable question about. Eighty degrees of that economic effect. Happens. And be will. No. One can tell how long it takes. To to actually have a real effect on relation. In the the question. Show in the. Bitcoin. World. We all love. The fish supply, right Twenty one, million goings. Will ever exist right all twenty, one, million of mind. But we know that that is the absolute guarantee monetary policy. That's most people are into crypto four and it can be changed. You know technically you can change the rules of the network, but it require mass consensus, which is highly unlikely to ever get past right because the bitcoin would lose its value since that's One of the tenants everyone's into it for so just purely by simplifying it. If. There's a pile of twenty, million bitcoin. The. Ratio a prices ratio between one asset. Another right. So if you trade against US dollars, you have a ratio with dolls and wanted to on the other. And if you took old dollars in existence will bitcoin existence and credit ratio than you've got. A bitcoin price say, right. Now, if you increase the supply on one side of the equation, he changed the price.

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"chris" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"chris" 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.

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:27 min | 8 months ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"And get myself plays music. It is long Mike. Give himself Iraq down on Phelan's online the Matt and you Eh Enjoy your Burrito. I take great. Yeah but it was still listening. I hope so thanks. Ah especially your special to me. Malleable then tasks what a great ending is good. Uh we're going uh-huh energy drink. I can't think 'cause they make my back keep doing matter your yeah. Bt's it is indicated. That shows GONNA get syndicated. I hope so. Enjoy gaining complete enjoy overeat..

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

09:43 min | 8 months ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Easy buddy. Now what do we get aquasonic. What happened this? My this happened at the wellness center to she she goes. I want you to start embracing discomfort. I I want you to embrace being uncomfortable. I want you to when someone says something to you like. You're good were you. Are you turn off you. Don't it's like you don't believe it. I might Mike Yeah. There's probably truth to that so in some great you all the things that you do and you Kinda just get out of the moment. Just want you to do this all the time because that would be pretty weird like this interview hardwick. You're like all right. Hey Man I want to thank you know and it just weird but she. I want you to embrace and funny enough that night. My Grandma face times me and we're talking you know. She had just put my grandfather in a memory. Facility were all broken hearted over it and she goes. What are you doing on them at this place I? I wouldn't WanNa tell her what I'm doing to worry. And finally she's like well what is it. What is this place and I go get my mind making my mind better? What's wrong with your mind and I know that I'm just she goes? I WanNa tell you something you very special to me and I go. I love love you. I love you all. I'm going to give you a call tomorrow. Not Stop Stop. Stop listening to me for a second. You A remarkable boy. I go all right. Look I love you to death. I'M GONNA goes. No no no stop it. She was forcing you to take like the moments after. I got that advice which was weird and she goes. I'm ninety one years old. I have seen a lot remarkable people in my life family. But you are the most remarkable boy I've ever known. And Dude I just I turn the fucking talkin phone and ball like all my guy and then I was like you know what fuck it. This is the moment trying to change and I just looked at the camera. Like you're making me do do and I just want. You should know these things I love you and it was just this winter. She was like a little turned off by this exchange. I realize it was going to you. Need the Almighty buried me. My grandmother just says this is smart. I didn't realize Oh my God God. I'm getting another another calls. I gotta go outside remarkable grants. I'm more remarkable. But that's the thing so if you have a mind if you decide to work on something. You're not just going to be granted the ability to do that you're going to be presented with situations away. Shins where you have to practice that shit like if you want if you if you WANNA practice patients you're gonNA find yourself in traffic. You know what I mean. If you want to practice just these things. It's it's no surprise. Every situation has nine or ten lessons right pending on how you want. I mean it is because that's same same traffic situation. Could you know it could teach you patients the teacher resourcefulness right out of traffic. It could teach you how to you know. Take time that you have to be with yourself to be more creative like there's so many different Right and I think it's just about being able to see all the different possibilities his because I think we so often we expect to be led around by life where we expect for you to get hit in the face with whatever we're supposed to see or do and sometimes sometimes it's like you have to look for you have to create the situations for yourself and you have to actively pursue the all the possibilities. He's in perspective without expecting them to happen at you. How do you guys? This is something I wanNA know. How do you guys deal with? I don't know if you feel it anymore because seems like maybe you do. I don't know if I'll just ask so you ever like get that just that feeling like you're overwhelmed. For that moment that moment you could feel it. It goes over in your body numbness. It's like it's overwhelming. Do you need you take a step back or do you go with that feeling and you just go. Let's let's take a step back but sit down for a seconds meditate. We're fine or you just ignore it. Well I think it depends. I don't know if there's one answer for every time I think sometime I mean the more it happens the more you know that it's just a thing you can boil it down to just being a physiological response so you might as Chris said the last time he was on the podcast. You might ask yourself. Have I been drinking water. Have I eaten. Am I going through a particularly stressful time. Like there's a lot of conditional elements that you need to look look at to see. If it's the result of things that can be easily remedied by either getting your blood sugar up or hydrating or whatever it is or abuse. Do you know if you feel like you're in full panic. It's getting the tools to number one take a deep breath breathing down knowing that if you can change if you can change the your body's physiology than you that will have an effect on your mind as well might be calling someone it might be crying. Won't be getting it out like so I think it depends on the kind of overwhelmed but no matter what it is having the faith to know. So we'll go away. It will go away it has never lasted forever nor will it lasts forever nor will it kill you and just knowing like this is the thing that happened in some time. Works works for me too. Sometimes I will this another graded. Some great advice to me was Michael. When's the last time you had a physical physical physical right before I came here? We did okay did they. Check your heart. Oh Yeah I had you know they check my heart inside out my lungs. Everything's really good. They're like okay so next time you have anxiety You're overwhelmed. I want you to take. I think I'm really healthy. Right unhealthy person Not having a heart attack. I'm not having these things. I I know what this is to know that you're actually neatly. Everything's working the way it should and at this is anxiety or whatever this is. There's something reassuring during her comfortable about. Just letting yourself no like. Hey this is okay. Yeah like they even said something like name this name this anxiety. Name your anxiety Call it something so I called the Moseley this Kitty Pick Them Moseley getting walking back seat. When I quit drinking a couple years ago I finally started having feelings or at least being able to identify feelings? And that's like the game now right so stuff pops up and I my job Bob now my game that I play with myself as to identify the feeling as quickly as possible and to call it out to say it out loud to someone like give me an example week the other day Rachel and I were getting ready for an event. No big deal wasn't a big event but I was in a place of panic and I was trying to. We get the one of my shirt sleeve buttons cuffed and I thought I was GONNA put my fist through a wall. I couldn't get it and finally I just turn to Rachel and I said Rachel I'm panicking. I'm about to lose my mind and I need you to button this button and this has become like the interaction now that I am able to to call out my emotions and she can check in with me back. Okay what what can I do to help you. and I can call out a couple of things she's able to help me with those things And always coming back to my breath right so the your meditation practice. Mike always coming back to my breath teacher. Tommy a long time ago. They said we all know that the brain can only have one thought at a time and a deep deep breath is an unnatural act. That's why it's a cliche. Take a deep breath because if you are taking a deep breath you are focusing on breathing. You don't don't breathe deeply all the time and you're not as relaxed and have a panic attack exactly and so coming back to my breath has been like a huge. It seems so simple. It seems so simple but I went. I went and it was one of the things we've talked about this. Actually I went. I went about a year ago and did an Iowa Oscar ceremony and it was later this for the podcast hardware. Sheriff Chris Ask but it was the number one lesson from from that night was that everything is fine. If I come back to my breath nothing. Nothing can go wrong if I come back to my breath and it was this kind of meditation overarching of the of the evening. And that's about you. Were going to say when you call it out like in the Middle Poland nowhere. You're just in the middle of a bunch of people like martyr Chelsom one not so good five. You've done it onset before. Like video village sitting in chairs. God I am feeling a lot of anxiety right now and just say to said that the people around me and they're like Ross and one time I said it and Chris Christie was me too. What a what is what's going on today? That's different here and and we got into a conversation about it and in about three minutes. It was all gone assistant. I went downstairs one time and this is right before I went to the wellness center. I said I walk downstairs and it was just a morning like any other morning and I walked into good morning. Good morning and I looked lieutenant go. I think I'm depressed. Choose okay Do you want me to call Dr Crossman. You.

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"chris" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

05:47 min | 9 months ago

"chris" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"What are you doing. I'm I'm on a podcast. You WanNa talk about your Calamar thing here put on speaker state your fucking claim okay. So my claim is that you can't slam a guy for the way he eats. Call Amari first of all. You're wrong you're wrong. Go ahead you just incorrect. Because because because first of all you your claim is that somebody each column Ori- should know how they like to eat. Calamari should know that they like to eat it in with the sauce. And that's bullshit no us to eat Calamari with sauce and without sauce. Yeah I know but each column are you eat. You should know how much you want it for that Calamari. No no no no no. That's where you're wrong. No you're you're each one. You eat if you like it with sauce or without sauce you should be able to decide okay whether it has sauce or not. I like them both off. That's crazy dude. No not crazy. You're crazy by thinking. There has to be consistency in the way you eat something but but it Tuck race you if you have listen if you have a so. Here's what happened. You had the fucking call Amari to who customers on the thing. You poked one good good through and then you poked another one and it was dangling off okay and I knew it was going to fall off in the sauce and you fucking it fell off in the sauce. And then you eight the one with half the sauce on it and then you just dip your fork and got the other one put it in in your mouth and you like both of those the same amount of ways. Yes No. You're lying yes no no okay. So then you don't care you don't allow for the for the fact that someone like both versions of that you don't allow that okay. Okay so if you were going to order Calamari all right. If you're gonNA order all right so okay okay. Okay so if you're gonNA order it and they said Okay but just so you know. We ran out of sauce. You'd still get the call Amari. Yes okay what if they said okay just so you know just so you know how but we dropped them all in the sauce and we basically have played played a color Mari. But it's all got sauce all over it. You'd you'd you'd say yes to that too. No I would not be there. You go so you like one way better curry because I like to eat some with the sauce and some without the sauce and I don't enjoy it as much if it was all sauce. Toss okay so so. You're saying that because you dropped it in the sauce. It doesn't matter that much but you still to like it that way right and and see. That's the kind of thing righteous at a guy like that you can trust less than a guy who knows how he likes his call Amari Mari. That's what I'm saying. So you're saying that because I eat Calamari that way you like me less. No I don't like you but it's like you're the guy in the movie that like double crosses someone you know you are in that guy but if you were in a book your character was in a book and like they were like he was eating Calamar in one dropped off in the sauce and he's still eighty eight the one without the sauce. You and then that guy went on in pay like six hundred seven hundred and he like fucking took the the hero of the of the story for a ride and was like a Dick about it. You'd be like okay. Okay Okay I get it. The foreshadowing was the fucking calamar eating bottom line bottom line. Yeah I accept your apology. There's no fucking apology dude. You're the guy I told you this. But you're the guy who gets the fucking truck with a flatbed and they get to the top over it because he doesn't know how he wants his fucking truck. I'll kiss you wherever though. Yeah my son and I looked you. And that's where Iraq kiss you on the face every fucking time. It's in my eyes. It's in my eye but whatever it's too high mom knows it's not in your eye you you you make. I bet you're I but it's on your cheek. Whatever man you know where you WANNA kiss book in? And that's the I you should know how to have your Lamari. Hi you'll hear from my attorney in the morning all right. I'll talk to you later. You surround number all right you guys there you have it. He wanted to call them in status claim. And that's what's up with the Calamari Shit and that's it we're done and and on that download download the cash app for free on the APP store or Google play market texts me eight one eight two three nine seventy eighty seven You can text me and I try to respond to as many people as I can get so many tax but hit me up. Subscribe to the Youtube Channel. Subscribe Rate Review The show on itunes. That really helps. Thank you very much. Come see me now. Come see me in El Paso and Houston and Chicago and Peoria and.

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"chris" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

02:01 min | 9 months ago

"chris" Discussed on Congratulations with Chris D'Elia

"Of congratulations relations. PODCAST I was just drinking water. How can a politician associated walk? Why does so he said trump knew it? You saw that Guy Rubio do it. You saw that other the guy do it now with the with the big ass. NEOPRENE bottle book there called politicians need to learn how to fucking drink. Drink a bottle of water you know. They're just so fucking big or clunky or like trump holding it with the to bitch ass small hands and then Rubio just go get it dude. Why is it going to be a whole weirdest thing? Just go get the fucking bottle like a man. Don't be bitch about it and that's it So all right look dude. I got a lot of mucus going on today. I'm sorry it's fine. Look at the way trump drink drink the fucking bottled water order. Michael Grow Michael Gov. Michael Grove drank. It like it's just using two hands as bitch if you drink a bottle of water drinker or use one hand if you're using two hands you're a baby and not the good kind Yay. Yeah or your you know what. You're you're like a fucking possum. Trump's possum show we got Dates coming up November twenty ninth. I'm going to be in El Paso. Texas a November thirtieth. I'm going to be in Houston Texas puree Illinois December twenty nine. These are the last days of follow the leader tour December Thirtieth Chicago Illinois and December thirty first New Year's Eve Chicago Chicago Illinois by a lot of those are sold out tickets. I'm going to be in Orillia Ontario. Two shows there in January seventeenth eighteenth eighteenth and then Las Vegas April Eighteenth. I got these these Those are the La- last followed leader. I don't think that even the April one in Las Vegas is is going to follow the leader.

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I am. You may help divert, where would have been helpful for you. If someone stepped in and said, Chris, yeah. This is a bad path. I'm gonna need you to not do this. Maybe you listened, maybe wouldn't. But at least that, at least that fork in the road was created in that's what you do for people. I hope so who will go, you know. Oh my God. I think I may have lost everything. Yeah. You know something that, right? You know it wasn't my fault and I don't know what to do. And, you know, there's hope Catan right through, it was a physical physical comedian was all about how he appeared, right? It was all about appearance. Yeah. Beyond on signer lives did it make you a more open person. More open to sharing your life, your experiences. Like as they happen rather than being the opposite of what you said, you're was, especially when, you know, it's okay to, to tell the truth. You know, tell the truth and ask for help. Yeah. It's for help. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, there are I mean, you know, in the book, I talk about it to this, some relationships, where Di had to be dascomb, like, you know, my girlfriend debate me, you know, and it was so humiliating, just so it's so debilitation is so humiliating. It's really what you don't think you have help. Right. But that was my fault, you know, because I didn't let everyone now you know, I don't know if it would have been different. I probably have been very different, but I just didn't want people to narrow, you know, because they wanna be taking want anybody's help. I was just like no no I'm fine. I was that. No, no. I'm fine guy, right? Yeah. Like, oh, no, don't worry about me. I'll be alright. That kind of person, which is not it's hard to. Be that person that asks for help, would you be you able to not be yourself up about choices that you made before anymore. Or are you able? Now I am good. Because I'm sure you know, like it takes a long time to learn how to be a treat yourself. Well, you know, mentally and physically, you know it has, you know not beat yourself up about right batch way or right? You know, making mistakes or you know, all that stuff, you know, did you in your mind when you're lying in bed for all those months? What if you and your sort of replaying the regrets in your head? What are you saying yourself, like I should have XYZ? I should have just taken more time off. I should have done this. I should have done that. I don't know. I wonder if I, I should have just been more. Well, no, I should've I should've just said, hey. I should've just been more open about it on when it happened on that smell. I think you know, I should have just been more. You know, I really messed up my I should've I should've called sag. It's what I should have done. That's what I should have done. But now I should've called three national, but. Raptor, at the site. I broke my neck. Now, I did bring mega done that. But you just didn't want to know I was like, well, I had to tell the producers of us are I told, you know, I told. Yeah. I told him and I said that this happened and they said they'll take care of it. And I thought that was enough. You know, and they had the you know, they take care of it. Right. So I thought that was fine. I really didn't want anyone to know I just like. Not that you would feel judgment from, I can't explain it, even though, like everyone's at the close friend and the cast and the writers were friends, you would still feel just I mean, at least I would still feel judge, you know..

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I was. Heading in that direction. I hit the pylons now you're on Ambien, did you know, you were about to drive or did you, did you say, okay? It was it was a bootie call. Okay. And, and the woman someone said, come over already on. Heavier what we up as like. Hey, do you wanna come over, and she said, I'm really tired? She's like, well, you come over here. If you want anything, I'm like, well. Really? I mean it wasn't just was this pre Uber. Yes. Okay. Jeffrey pre. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. For sure. For. Story. Oh, yeah. Of course. Yeah, but, but when I had the accident, there happened to be a police card just down the way on the freeway, and they pulled somebody over. So I ran over for my car to the policeman. And I said, hey, I just gonna car accident. And then he was like, wow. It looks like, but I was never pulled over. Oh, this is a weird. Yeah. I actually volunteered my accident and said, hey, I just had an accident. Wait a minute. And then one of the cops pulled out a his iphone started filming me while the other cop was making me do the line. So then they sold that to TMZ, which is nice so be aware that the policeman do like to fill me. Oh, gosh. It's so crazy now until on top of that, now, you'll probably dealing with a certain amount of public shaming. Exactly. That is. Yeah. And yet it nobody knew about the surgeries yet that time. Did you feel like saying, like I should I should tell the story now? Well, yeah, and of course. Yeah. Well, that was previous even beginning to think of writing a book to, which is what maybe one of the book gets enough. I really have to tell people right what's going on. And I don't ever want a situation like that, where they don't know. You know, like you know that why are you on you know, and if someone were to find out why on pain meds after, you know, you're in the hospital, you may wanna tell them that you had surgery because people will just assume the shitty. I reason about you. I'll he was on the show, and then he wasn't on the show. And so he got addicted. It's like hey it's not that's not the that's not. Is not the narrative and that's that's really why everyone should write a book. Well, everyone has a everyone has a story and also the book did you I did write a book? Eight years ago. What was what was your? What was it, you really wanted to let people know, I wanted to let people know because, you know, it was I decided like rather than just writing a biography that it would sort of be an autobiographical self-help book. Like, here's what here, you know, like I kind of pulled myself out of an addiction swamp. Always see you did right about here. Okay. You're things that idea here things that I learned about how, like if you have an obsessive kind of nerdy, brain and you're able to hyper focus on stuff, as nerds or addicts or to do here's how you can sort of refocus that in constructive ways, or at least this is what I did not saying everything's gonna work for you. But it is because I think, you know, because being connected to other people, I think, is a large part of what humanity is about laying the purpose of life is life. I think. Yeah. And sharing experiences. And if you, you know, if you go through things or you make mistakes or you learn from stuff or you go through stuff, you know, that X number of people are also going through that or worse. And so it is that sort of, like. The best you can do not only to make it worth it for yourself, but worth it in the sort of universal senses like you know, you write this book, you tell your story any percentage of people who read this book, we'll go. Oh my God. I am. You may help divert, where would have been helpful for you. If someone stepped in and said, Chris, yeah. This is a bad path. I'm gonna need you to not do this. Maybe you listened, maybe wouldn't. But at least that, at least that fork in the road was created in that's what you do for people. I hope so who will.

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"So it helps helping you justify the pattern. Yeah. Yeah, it does. Yeah. And it makes you never makes you not break out of the pattern, obviously makes you stay in the pattern and. And it's, it's a very sick place. Obviously, you know, because you can just end up there for the rest of your life, you know. And I saw that with my dad to bed he was very I he wasn't. I don't think he had a problem with pills, but he had he really bought bought into ailments, you know, he would love any reason to go to the doctor, you know, and just love the fact that he had something to bitch about, and for other people to give him sympathy about, you know, and I'm so not I just never wanted to be that person. And when I got to be more that person be that be that person because it was really happening because there's really having these surgeries. It was just it was really. I just I gave up you know, I really gave up. I was just like that's it were you able to start. I'm going to be an example. I'm going to be like something referred to, as like that's really so sad about Chris, like too bad about Catan like oh, that's so tragic, you know. And you and you were you were kind of helping to buy into that. Exactly. Yeah. Well, yeah, because it was up to me to stop it. And I did I stopped being an addict, and I and I and I you know, went to rehab and I realized, you know, all the other the great wonderful things in life that you that you that keep you keep you sober, you know, and, you know, from every day, every day, every day day today, and, and, but it's hard as you know, to, to get out of that, you know, of course, because it's horrible hard to see it was a pattern, and then and especially when you have a physical ailment that, that needs, that, that's really hard, you know, because it wasn't recreational for me, right? It was like it was actually something. My body needed at the time, and then I didn't need to, but you didn't want it to rely on anything anymore. That was it was really hard, you know, to have a real something really painful to, to not. Not be rewarded right? It's not get that reward. But to really like but, but when you really built that muscle and you really belt, you know you really do the physical therapy. It's painful as it was when that blood starts flowing again. You're in your arm, and you feel at your fingertips, and your toes, you know, it feels amazing you feel alive, again, you know, and that did come back, you know, it has come back. So that's amazing that feels like you're back again. You know there's nothing better than that. But also, there's, there's that part, I'm sure because as entertainers and enter things, just in the entertainment business, you so much attach your accomplishments to who you are. And I think you know, as you get older, whether or not you go through stuff that kind of rips you away from that you have to start to realize, like, I'm not my accomplishments, or I'm not like bedroom identity. Yeah, but, but I'm wondering, you know, because you said, oh, I don't want to be the I don't want to be the cautionary tale might just this guy this. Had this career now you know, so sad. And so, when when did when did you start going when you were you start able to say, oh, well, that's, that's something that I did. But it's not me and I'm not like whether or not, I'm performing on a live television show, every week, does not make me a better or worse person. Right. I, I have value because I'm not because I am a person who is a part of, you know, humanity, and there are things that I can appreciate things that I can do. And I don't. Yeah. That stuff to tell me that I'm worth anything. How do you. How did you come out of that? The worth. Well, I guess that was. Couple of years ago, probably, you know, my father passed away, and when he passed away that was I that was part of it..

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"That's what. So I get up. And I go to go, you know, burst into his office and be like low. It's pitch black. No one's there. There's absolutely nothing. So then I get really confused and I start wondering collars elevates, and I look outside in the driveway. And there's no other car here. It's just my car and the alarmist will set. No one's been in the house. There's nothing I love it. Oh, the other kind of weird thing that happened around the dining room fog was that we heard because we have the alarm in the house will announce when a door opens like side, Dr and one of the doors announced that it was open, and we couldn't fit them. Locked and we want Chris flush. Watched the security footage. You can see the door open. There's a Cam there's a camera aimed at that door. Do you have the footage? Yeah. Excellent. I can't wait to see it. And it does. Helping to life which is has admitted that he's had people come up behind him. And tap him on the shoulder. He thought it was like me or Chris or someone turn around. And there's no one there. This is great. I love this so much now. I don't I don't want. Obviously, I'm not looking for you guys to identify where you live. But does this house have a history? Like, a really I mean, I mean, it's like people who've lived here or or. Fourth owners. Okay. The previous owners said they never experienced anything of the nonce of the home. I mean, it's been here. A long time. When when when was it built nineteen twenty eight twenty. Yeah. Oh here. Okay. Here's the footage. I'm gonna show you what are you going to put this on on on a website or something for people to see or we just describing it? I don't know where to. Cast speaking to have them. Okay. So it's about thirty seconds. You can there's this is the this is the security camera. And it's locked as far as I know. All right. I I don't know. Maybe maybe someone we're looking we're looking at a stationary bike just the handle move. Or is it just open? It just opens should be waiting like thirty eight seconds. So we can tighten this up in the edit. No, no, no. No. No. Okay. Now now now now hold on. No. Does it close again? No, okay. Just opens. There was a little bit of a movement in the in the trees behind it. So maybe it was wind. So, but I'm trying I want to see if that handle comes down Katie Katie zooms in because she knows how to use..

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"But we've spent so much time walking around pretend like we're perfect that we think we're alone in that stuff. And it's just it. It becomes it becomes destructive especially to young people yet. And so, you know, again, it might be weird if you just show but high school in like, I wanna talk and some kids like that's weird. I waited for the invitation. Going up to an all boys Catholic high school. Talk about mental wellness don't worry about it. But I just Chris. You might recognize may sometimes I get said do you ever get said? Raise your hand. If you ever gets. I'll tell you. I'll tell you one thing I learned doing this thing is do not go for comedy at eight thirty in the morning with a group of fifteen year olds I'll tell you. It's also difficult, and I know this also from some time from from doing colleges, which is that if if people are young enough, they're still condition to see adults, right? Like, they have to pay attention and listen, right? And it's very unless you know, unless they're used to it. It can be a little they don't know what the proper response is because they're conditioned to listen and pay attention. And like, oh, that's weird wise that adult why is this adult doing this? Like, it's I don't think they almost don't trust it. Sure. And it's an it's it's. It's so weird. Because my my. I hadn't been back in that auditorium since my graduation and nine thousand ninety eight to twenty years, and so all of the city. Came flooding back like like, the the room off of the off of the gym was our theater. So the lobby was was one of our entrances. So walking back into that building. I remember it every like. There was one we were doing once upon a mattress this musical and I've played the mute king. And I was so nervous because I had been cast three days before we opened because the king got fired because the king thought dress rehearsal. He didn't have to go to and he would go to a basketball game and stuff. And so I'm having stomach issues to put it politely. And it's my time to enter, and I I think if I go out on stage, I'm going to shit the stage once upon a toilet once upon a toy it. So I decided not to go into the restroom, and I can hear silence. Up there, and my best friend at the time is playing this gesture character and he's just walking around. Improvising. With the audience doing crowd work. Until I came until I. We fired. This one guy went to a basketball game. We've put the puck and shit in the bathroom, so ninety seconds. I'm ninety seconds late for an interview, which in stage time is I think two and a half years not to be gross. But it's really hard to shit under the gun to get. It's like. But like all of these feelings of anxiety and memories flooding back, and it was hard to like get on stage in front of a thousand people. Well, it wasn't hard. I just told them. I was like I'm terrified right now. You don't understand? I'm it's twenty years since I've been in here and all these weird feelings are coming up. And did you tell them the poop story, and I didn't okay. I didn't I didn't have time time. I got the light. Okay. But to be in those situations, the kids the kids were just like we were saying, look, we're just looking for permission. So when we did the Q in a few people had questions about guardians and things like that. But one kid picked up the Mike and Mike. My heart is racing right now. I'm shaking talking to you every day after school. I go home and I go to sleep directly. And I don't know what's going on. And that was his comment like in front of a thousand of his fellow student. What did you say?.

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I saw how supplies on the way. So I figured thank you so much. This is this is beautiful. I can't thank you enough. Gosh, Chris Olivo bearing pie fucking shit gorgeous crib or something. Oh, that's a good idea. I shouldn't just let it sit here in get one either way either way. Why? Only have one other. Friend who has a gate like that. It's either you or her has to set up some kind of speaker that. The wooden gates like that is not only a great Mandy won't do it. You you might fuck. Yeah. I will love. But people are driving necessarily here. We have to tell people like roll down your windows. They have to push the button, right? You push the button. And then something that triggers when you open the gate. I had some friends many years ago that. Made up Leyritz to that song. I wish I could remember all of the lyrics. But but it's all I hear when you hear the song which is. I'm a. So sometimes roar. That's all. Wasn't there wasn't there? Some famous UCB guys some that did the entire movie Jurassic Park in five minutes like he did every character and all the dinosaur. I got I don't know. I know there was a guy that did Lord. The Lord of the rings trilogy. I saw him. He did everything himself which was. Which was a lot. That's a lot. That is. That's that's that's a lot to cover. That's I mean, it was really fun. I'm sure someone did the same thing with Jurassic part. We should do Bubis like police academy. Really bring those. I remember. Movies that you watch when you're young. And then you as an adult look back on watching them like I should not have been watching those movies. Oh, yeah. It's a little bit of theirs. There's a little Russian roulette with with old movies because when you saw the movies, you were young, and they completely broadened the scope of what entertainment was for you. And so they were amazing some of them hold like these big adventure whole. Yeah. Really, hold three o'clock, high holds Beetlejuice holds Beetlejuice is one that I used to watch over and over and over again. And I went back and watched it as an adult, and it is so vulgar for nine year old. He goes to a whorehouse. He goes to a ghost hor house, I guess that's true. A miniature goes for house. Why does miniature make they're just tiny everyone tiny ghost fucking tiny devil. House of prostitution and the woman, and then the then the caseworker who had her slow her throat slit is the one who set up the whorehouse distract him. Right. And it works, right? Yeah. Just through her nose. She smokes regularly and this comes out of her neck. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I guess that's true. I hadn't really thought about. It's mostly just forming our young sexualities like everything else like that the violence and all of those things, I guess we would see anywhere. But. Well, especially now, I think we'd do it. They're doing a second one. You almost just did a Beetlejuice know. No. Who's my favorite grownup? Like he's so good in that movie phenomenal. And it's a performance that couldn't be duplicated. No one else. I don't think anyone else could've pulled that off. There was just something about him. That he managed to just sort of the magic of timber and him and also a lot of credit to Alec Baldwin Gena Davis who played so sincere straights. So straight to the opposite to balance out this fucking insanity of the of the Dita's and Beetlejuice and that world it was so perfectly balanced so perfectly there there are few few filmmakers who come up with original stories, not not like not like the story structure. But the the ideas like Beetlejuice isn't based off a fairy tale, it's not it's not based off an old legend based off an old meth. It's like an original story. I the stuff for them night. Shyamalan recently, the new Mr. gladden, he's creating his own superhero reiver's? Yep. No one's done that in in how long that's not based on a comic Booker thing..

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Whether it's the upswing or the downswing either way most of it's in your head, and like, you should I try and remind myself to stay somewhere in the middle, mentally the idea that like it doesn't matter. How far this swings up? Discontinue to work hard and love what I do and leave it in the room. Or value? The things that matter. Again, most of it is in your head and most not that. I don't fuck that up. Sometimes we could some mornings like a total asshole. Wife's like, I will kill you. And I'm like, oh, that's right. You're the boss also put this on put this on before you. Exactly. These are things that are in our head. And a lot of them are in our head because of things that we put there when we were kids when our brains. Remember that? It's that it's most of most of its most of its not real. And I just I really honestly think that any that? If you have the ability to say that, you know, no matter what happens in the outside world today. I'm going to be okay. Can you know, even if you're lying to so it's fake until you make it? It's it's a very, that's that's word. That's where true human power lies because you know, like, we are adaptable creatures. We figure shit out. That's why we right. That's why we've evolved, and you know, and I believe strongly that. That's that's a lot of the key. Like if you put too much emphasis on the external world for your beverage. It's just to MIR Curiel. That's right. You don't know. You can't predict how that right? And the idea that if you if you believe that like, whatever comes I can handle this and you like maintain a positive core. Like, I'm gonna be a good person. I'm going to be. Honest as possible treat people the way that I want to be treated, and I'm going to work my ass off. But then like. Pretty much handle whatever. And like chances are like you said if you release your Volterra and hold onto that core. That's right. You're going to do. Well. Yeah. Right. So what else are you working on now that because I know you're in the deuce as well. Is there anything else that you're working on that? That's coming up that you're excited about or that you you can talk about. Yes. So the front runner goes wide, November twenty first. So so proud of that been a right moon fan for years. And then obviously, I mean, Hugh Jackman is fucking wolverine. Hang out with him. Did you Dr minute. You have. I mean, I got to be next to him a lot in the film. But then also and top that is such a nice guy. And he really he he comes down from on wolverine mountain and hangs out with us. As though he's you know. You know? I mean, he is he's just a regular dude in the nicest guy, you'd be would go out with all of us on the weekends and stuff. And like every ten seconds somebody's coming up to take a picture, and he's in mid conversation smile picture. Thanks. Good to see you back to the conversation with you. And you're like, wow, man, you just such a pros taller than you think. He's gonna he's easily like six two. Yeah. And just like God was like an you will be a movie star. Exactly, exactly hold or cancelled talented hard worker day. One knew everybody cast and crew's name by face like walk up to you never met you before. He's like Chris to see a man win. And you're like fucking name ticket down to notch. Exactly. Really? There were moments where all of us on the cast have a variation of the same story where it's like you'd be sitting there talking to him..

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Seventy if somebody comes in and full regalia probably didn't that basically just says like you're going to be a little extra. Do I want to work with that? Every day because I you know, because we have ordre people that could get you that you don't need to you don't have to necessarily have to do that. Right. Well, what do people what do actors do? Because when I was I moved out here in eighty eight. And I was two years old two years. Everybody. Oh that hurts. But oh, God that just a second wave of it just sort of came. But there were the accuracy would like have a business card with the headshots on running. So in a digital age. What are those like? Like super motivated, maybe slightly too intense actor types do now mass e mailing. Is it mass Email or is it a we or like? Yeah. It's like every now, and then I'll see not going to name any names. Even though I'm very tempted to do so. Some actors on social posts like what on dishing? They just had as though like hat's going to help them get it or right? Or like, you know, this is what I did today. And it was great. And I'm this guy I want this and all of this like, maybe maybe maybe it'd be quieter. You know, what's what this is? This is all going to loop around again, Chris coy because in just sort of hearing what you're saying like that ultimately what because the entertainment the world's especially as we've seen the world is uncontrollable, and we create the illusion of control and certain right? And so two when you work in a creative field. It's so difficult to to know how you're doing. Yes. So we apply these artificial metrics, right? Like posting on social media. How many likes how many many that validation? I'm just trying to get some sort of sense. Right. But if you release the idea that anything is. One hundred percent certain then it does free from this every fucking I find anyway, I find that you you'll you'll find more success, you'll book more jobs, or at least in my own experience. It can only speak to that. But the times where I release where like where leave it at all in the room, and then really actually subscribe to like walking away from it. And if they want me they'll call and if not what's next. Yeah. Yeah. That's great. My my friend, Jack platinum who've Lydia just did a show with has a great blog. That's all about he calls. It your interval -ture. Then it's the thing that basically attacks you, it's like your own right? It's your own mind that sort of a tax you, and it's sort of like tries to calls, it, your vulture, and you're sort of releasing that you're like releasing your need when you release your need for something. That's where you get an it's not the confidence. That's like this really obnoxious like so awesome. But it's just it's just sort of like when you don't need stuff. You're just more comfortable in your skin. And when you need stuff, that's where. Desperation comes from and that kind of repels things from the world true. I believe I think that that that energy or whatever that is. That's real. And will is is an obstacle is your enemy that. That's great though, you're vulture. It is what it is. But if you don't own you if you don't need anything, right? Nothing can hurt you. Now. I know that that's a very binary way to think about things, obviously, we do need things we need to survive their things didn't even if even even though you might feel like you need that job. It's more just like trying to operate as though you don't trying to like convince yourself like, I'm okay? Yeah. Not only are you. Okay. Without it. But, you know, not just you know, there's a lot of different ways to be. Okay. There's financially they're sort of, you know, whatever spiritually philosophically, but as much as you can if you're if you can figure out how to be okay with yourself or what's coming or what's coming. You can handle whatever's coming you know, that you have the ability within yourself to do that. Then it just it does release you of that kind of like. Just need people like me, I just need because I need I need for me. It's like, you're you're.

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"A day every day for the rest of my life, you if you added those numbers. I was times. Exactly. And it's just sort of the same thing with the habit and anything personality wise, like, yeah, we're fitting, it whatever it is. Day time, you take it a day at a time. It's like, well, you get through whatever you can get through in. Right. That's right. And like, I think. I think there's some peace to be found in the idea that we're just palm pilots. Pump pilots and iphone ten world. We don't have the shit figured out. You know, we don't maybe we don't even have the system or the house or your dry that could store the information, actually. Exactly. So forgive yourself. Forgive yourself. Give yourself out there pump. How many people in the world today? Do you think of said the phrase palm pilot, probably not a long, you know, especially just like even like my cousins kids that generates like in their twenties. They don't know what a palm pilot is. No, no, no, they don't they don't at all. Or they don't even remember like when I mean, I'm a little bit older than you. But I remember when palm pilots before pay Lydia Hearst. It's come in to say hi to Chris coy. We've so. Yeah, we were just talking. Been on the wrong side of that before. So okay, we're talking about. Yes. She's going to work on a thing where she dies again. I was saying like you can't break your death streak in. What's the? Heroin overdose right? Yeah. OD nice. How many times have yo- deed, Lydia? Actually last week's you isn't this weird situation where she was like I'm supposed to die of a heroin overdose. And I don't know how to tie off my arm, but I don't wanna look it up because I don't want him. But it's search. Again, palm pilot problems problems. Yeah, we don't know exactly ever know. No just off the best. You can't weedy. I'll still love you. You're going to get any for effort nature heroin either way, you're going to die. It's going to be fine. Just. Stymie get at it here. All right. Noah's. Onto that. What is our world? We live it. So so yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Real. But I remember when palm pilots were like, everyone was crazy about organizers. Right. And we had you know, like a giant thick organizer with as many like, these are, this is a diary. These are context, and you could fit so many context. Right. So I still wanna get like, I go home. I grew up in my grandparents house, I go home my grandmother's still if she got a call anybody. She pulls out this like bible thick. That's what works for anything that. Yeah. Exactly. Because in her mind, the ability, you know, like trying like having to adopt a new a new paradigm, right? It just it just takes a lot of energy. That's right. It just in the last couple of look in the last like maybe year or two of my dad's life. He finally was like before he would never text. He would never text or Email. He's like if you want to talk just call me, then he discovered texting. And then, you know, then it was texting. And then he started discovering LOL's and short hands. And then that begins are because I have that feeling now my mom does that stuff now, and it's going to be L O L from her. Like. Did you laugh out loud? Mom. Did you really caught me? But I wonder what I wonder what our I wonder if our like, our technological fences. Reggie. Yeah. Exactly going to be a are writing. Because it's all it's all relatively. We're palm pilots parents are address books or whatever, you know, like. Pilots. Sounds by the way, like a bad euphemism for being hyper master Pretoria. This guy's supposed to be flying the plane. Yeah. I'm an assist. I'm more of a palm co-pilot I help out. I'm working. Okay. You want to just fly the plane, Chris I mean, you know, what I feel like I've earned it. I put it enough flight hours feel like maybe I could buy with this. It's amazing. I have found a little bit that like just as far as, you know, generation Li like what's your threshold for growth or like acceptance of the new technology, or whatever I have sort of reached my point where I'm like, this is far as I'm willing to go style wise, writing wise, right like reached my peak..

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"I. Just like. Two in the morning. And you're telling me that everything's imploded talked to Kevin, sweetie. Yeah. Yes. Extremely informative. So I think excited that the story was going to be told and sure that he is well as the rest of them were into I think it's gotta be scary to hear that like a movies being made based on even if it's just a moment in your life. Right. But like based on your truth. And. Especially when it's being made by somebody like Jason Reitman. So chances are people are going to see it. Right. Just amplifies that sort of fear or the unknown. But he was really committed to the project and wanted to be a part of it and be as informative as possible and help me get it, right? Such a nice guy. Like, you said a endlessly sort of humbled to be able to play him because. Just just when I started researching what the job was. And what it entailed? I was like I could never do this for a living. And then once I spoke to Kevin was like, oh, I could never do a lot of things that guy could do. Right. Just so smart. And see I plays press secretary and Kevin Sweeney. Really? I mean, if anybody almost sort of saved him almost was able to kind of patch. This was probably Kevin. And you know, it didn't didn't work out. But. Just a guy who he fought the good fight to the end and for. At least in his mind, all the right reasons. And like you said just really believed that the heart was the right man for the job. And we were about to like lose our best chance. But maybe for for good reason. But it's a tough story. I think that that's why it's a good film. I think good movies like my mother, drove quite a lot of miles. She doesn't live in New York or LA, and she went to go see the movie already. I haven't seen it in limited release. And she was like, I love you movie. But. Didn't make me feel good. We'll be done. Yeah. It should be that you leave thinking, right? You know asks questions Jason. Sort of keenly. Put like this isn't a I'm not answering many questions, I'm asking them. And I'm asking you to ask them. And I think that's a bold move. As filmmaker to be like trusting us, the audience to understand that like, I'm not laying it out for you. I'm just saying these are the things I'm wondering, how do you feel about this, right? Right. Especially when you're basing it on life is very complicated. And there are not, you know, it's sort of been the theme of the conversation so far as like there's not a ton of answers to ring. Right. It's like, well, it's things happen. And then you just sort of weighed your way through it. That's right. Exactly. No. I don't know what's around the corner, but there's no other route. So let's find out I guess we'll just keep going and see where we end up. And I think a lot of us are in that holding pattern. I saw a what was it on? It was one of the sub read I. Follow. I might have been get motivated to good sub ready. Get motivated. Yeah. You need a little more motivation. Chris. No sitting on your ass. I know God I'll do twenty things tomorrow. But he's always in his pajamas right now. Oh my God. I should I should have done that. I started doing that. That's a great idea, actually. Because it I think it would power move through her showed up in like. Like trying to be Hollywood cool and you'll find the door just in yourself PJ's as is right over. They all just start. Well, there's the sort of deal the difference between like some people go..

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"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"chris" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Com that actually. Twincities only plays into some of the conversation that happens with today's guest. Who's Chris coy Chris is just a phenomenal actor, and you might recognize him from the Walking Dead a few seasons ago. He played a character named Martin who was a resident of terminus, and he basically threatened Judith to infront of tirees to try to save his own hide. And that didn't go too. Well for Martin Martin was not a nice guy. But Chris coy is an exceptionally. Nice guy turns out, and he's he's in a bunch of really great stuff. He's in the front runner, which is the movie about Gary Hart director by Jason Reitman that Hugh Jackman is in. He's also in the deuce on HBO. He was also in Castlerock, which is on Hulu, which was great. And he's just he's a guy. That you. I'm sure you recognize his face, even if you don't know his name, and you will get to know his name because he's definitely he is. He is on the rise. This this young fellas go in places, and I think after you get to normal little bit on the podcast and see what an incredibly compassionate individual. He is. And how thoughtful he is in Chris as I was saying about the Bob and Mark corporate thing is a resident of Thousand Oaks and this was recorded a couple of weeks ago. Right. They had suffered multiple tragedies in Thousand Oaks between the the horrendous shooting that happened there. And then also the fires broke out and that was all in his neighborhood in. So, you know, just a just a heads up. We do talk a little bit about that in the beginning. And then move onto to some other stuff. But Chris is Chris really really just a solid solid family guy. And it was it was really sweet to have him on. And coincidentally it turns out he and my wife had worked on a project together a while back, and I didn't know that in so spoiler alert. There's a sweet little reunion in the middle of the podcast when Lydia walks by to say that she's leaving to go to work. So here's the t- podcast number nine seventy with your new favorite person. Chris coy, also happy finish thanksgiving. In the. Call. No, you're fine..

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"chris" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"chris" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

"Roads now his dog jude's well good luck to believe it's jude isn't it it's good estate back buckets my could we love as it now listen to this uk so now you've got the same problem i have with my dad's impression ripe is that it's very easy to do the whole oh lee oh look about it but it's really difficult if you don't do the oh it's very hard to find the voice right yeah you did a thing on the poor where you and chris spoke to each other back and forth as that now chris can kind of maintained my dad's impression quote well listen to you i'm utilised slowly more from chris tyrants in to chris eubank in the space of twenty seconds visit those guys are start as chris tired of the race and very quickly it becomes chris eubank welcome back in who would sleep a dui a ghost birds but from chris christie right boil oh by now doesn't only a small i really quick with me yup kushner is the the bill with all burbot look jet i the top of the uh none other than the object as our imagine the i'm rubbing along the side of the road should be drawn to stay motivated she and i've got my friends my friend chris hoiles mocking my father like this all germany go badly i wanna go by from october narrow you we got who can help you we can all pylon without sinn the question schambori now a cairo well let's go back so let's give it listen to chris you buy g play here civilian aircraft are that he does it.

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