26 Burst results for "Christopher Christopher"
Broadband for All?
"I have two guests joining us I I want to say welcome to agree to disagree to G. G soon TJ year distinguished fellow at Georgetown. Law and you are recognized as one of the nation's foremost advocates for open and affordable Internet, welcome to intelligence squared. Thanks, John and your opponent in the conversation. It's different from saying opponent in a debate, but the opposing view in the conversation is brought to us by Christopher Christopher welcome to intelligence squared, and to agree to disagree your professor at Penn Law, and among the leading authorities on law and technology today. Great to have you with us. Thank you for having me. So I WANNA start by putting before the two of you, a series of very short questions and all I want to hear from you is whether you agree with the statement says or whether you disagree and I'm going to start. Statement number one for millions of Americans pandemic has increased reliance on the Internet to substitute for or enhance variety of normally face to face activities such as getting an education being seen by a doctor going to the bank shopping for basic needs again. The pandemic has increased reliance on the Internet for those things. Do you agree or disagree with that Statement Agree Chris Totally agree? Second Statement, the thirty three million Americans who lack broadband service in their own homes are disadvantaged by that fact, G G I don't agree with the number, but I agree with the statement. Correct me on the member. So thirty, three million, a third of American households don't have Internet access. The FCC's numbers, which are actually less than thirty three million. They're closer to eighteen million grossly under understate the number of Americans. Who Don't have access to the broadband internet? A thirty three million is too little as well. I testified in front of Congress that it's closer to one hundred, forty, one million okay Microsoft estimates that is closer to one, hundred, sixty, two million all right so somewhere between thirty three million in one hundred sixty two million Americans lack of broadband service in their own homes. Are disadvantaged by that fact. Do you agree or disagree great? Chris without disputing the numbers at this point are those without broadband in their homes disadvantaged by that fact, absolutely the third question, the user experience on faster broadband connection is preferable to the experience on a slower connection. Kiji, agree a hundred percent. Chris wanted to know more about what you mean faster and slower the generally. Yes, it's always better to be faster. There is diminishing returns. We're GONNA talk about gigabit speeds at some point I presume, and basically there's a point where you just don't need any more speed, but within a certain range absolutely okay. The fourth question broadband service should be seen as a right underlaw gee-gee. I think it's essential a writer very very legalistic term I think every American should have Internet access whether it's a right like the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. It's hard for me to agree with that statement depending on what you mean by right. If, you're asking me if everybody should have it whether it's an essential service, I agree one hundred percent. Asking me it's. Is it a right under the bill of rights? I would disagree. Chris I think Z. said a perfectly. It's an important service, but I don't think for him. Getting rights, discourse helps okay. It's very interesting. Point is that you've agreed fundamentally basically on all four questions so far are fifth question and our final question, and that's the one that we're going to use our motivating question for the beginning of the conversation at least Congress should guarantee broadband access for all gee-gee agree. Chris I think that the question is how. I tend to generally agree, but for example states have been very active in the space I want to credit the things that they're doing this room through a lot of different actors, but does Congress have very constructive role in Congress doing more? Yes, but guarantee is too strong a word. Would you say I think so? You know there's a lot of the central services that we have and the idea of a guarantee means that if I were choose to move on top of a mountain. Very far away from everything else. I'm entitled to ask the Government to provide service, no matter what the cost at certain levels and With a number of alternatives, there's examples where we have to make trade offs, and by saying the government is obligated to provide every citizen to guarantee every citizen access to internet speeds comparable what you get cities, no matter where they choose to live. Is a choice we can make in society. It's just a very expensive one
AMC Theatres postpones reopening again as summer blockbusters are delayed
"Is a new setback for movie theaters dealing with hardships caused by the pandemic transcends days after after Warner Warner Brothers Brothers pushed pushed back back the the debut debut of of its its anticipated anticipated blockbuster blockbuster tenant tenant again, again, AMC AMC says says theaters theaters won't won't reopen reopen until until mid mid to to late late August. August. Previous Previous date date was was July July 30th 30th Disney's Disney's Mulan Mulan and and now now Christopher Christopher Nolan's Nolan's Belmont Belmont hold hold chain chain has has delayed delayed it it again, again, Movie Movie goers goers will will be be required required to to wear wear masks. masks. They They do do go go back back after after AMC AMC reversed reversed an an earlier earlier decision decision to to make make them them optional. optional.
Treasury names small businesses receiving PPP loans
"Loans loans continued continued to to be be in in the the news, news, Nick. Nick. Good Good morning. morning. They They have. have. Good Good morning, morning, The The US US small small Business Business Administration Administration on on Monday released the names of companies that received a paycheck protection program loans. Nearly 14,000 Minnesota companies received loans of $150,000 or more and 132 minutes of the company's got PPP loans north of $5 million. Redacted details of the $649 billion program were released Monday by the FDA or the FDA was under pressure by media organizations to release the data. American City business Journalist, A parent company of the Minneapolis ST Pulp is internal is among the parties that stood the FDA for the information. The The FBI FBI said said loan loan to to Minnesota Minnesota businesses businesses help help retain retain more more than than 700,000 700,000 jobs. jobs. Among Among the the well well known known companies companies getting getting loans loans of of five five million million or or more more are are famous famous Dave's Dave's Christopher Christopher and Banks and D'Amico restaurants
Houston park's Christopher Columbus statue doused in red paint
"Energous Energous have have defaced defaced a a bronze bronze statue statue of of Christopher Christopher Columbus Columbus in in Houston's Houston's museum museum district follows similar incidents nationwide this man says we can't just erase our history history's history did get things he did bad things but I think remembering the full context of history would be a good thing at times seven foot bronze statue was donated to the city by the federation of Italian American organizations of greater Houston to celebrate the five hundredth anniversary of Columbus's discovery of the Americas
Kenney: Philadelphia will get reconciliation panel
"Mayor Kenney says six days of protests in the city of led him to create a panel that he hopes will guide the city toward reconciliation he offer no specific plan or timeline timeline the the first first order order of of business business will will be be just just to to listen listen here's here's K. K. Y. Y. W. W. city city hall hall bureau bureau chief chief Pat Pat low low there there Kenny Kenny introduced introduced three three members members of of what what he he says says will will be be a a large large diverse diverse steering steering committee committee including including nonprofit nonprofit leader leader Sarah Sarah Ashley Ashley Andrews Andrews we we will will hold hold demonstration demonstration accountable accountable and and we we are are looking looking forward forward to to moving moving this this city city in in the the right right direction direction the the panel panel was introduced following a visit the mayor made to north north Philadelphia Philadelphia with with police police commissioner commissioner Danielle Danielle outlaw outlaw and and other other officials officials to to speak speak to to business business owners owners such such as as Christopher Christopher Selby Selby explore explore just just off off Peoria Peoria Avenue Avenue both both some some good good and and some some different force nothing they'll be some positive but we need some cars to bring everybody but we don't really want our business owners about the mayor others were less receptive one passer by for no apparent reason knocked in eight piece for top refer to the ground letting his face Joshua Jones was watching as you can see the mayor pulled up if somebody's stock the new camera that's the energy of the look we don't like you don't like the cops that perspective is part of what the mayor says the city needs to hear I think people have every right to express their views as long as loud as they want as long as they're not destroying or hurting anybody or commissioner noted a more peaceful times the protest but to the National Guard and looting teams will stay in place
Former VP of metro Atlanta health care company charged with intentionally delaying delivery of PPE
"The feds indict the former former vice vice president president of of finance finance for for a a medical medical equipment equipment company company in in Gwinnett Gwinnett county county after after he he he used used used the the the firm's firm's firm's computers computers computers to to to sabotage sabotage sabotage the the the delivery delivery delivery of of of P. P. P. P. P. P. easy easy easy to to to healthcare healthcare healthcare facilities facilities facilities around around around the the the country country country Christopher Christopher Christopher Dobbins Dobbins Dobbins is is is accused accused accused of of of the the the leading leading orders orders from from the the client client database database of of stratus stratus healthcare healthcare after after he he was was fired fired
"christopher christopher" Discussed on In The Draft Show - NASCAR Talk
"Then it's all all on from there but i will give eric jones a ton of credit because when he switched and went to the i see we kind of switch ended up he would in in one end of the track. He was really diving down low the other one and he was standing up high because he wanted to match a cow's line and i mean he was is in churches from the wall for a kid that young to be able to hold it in there like that and have the confidence in himself in the car. I mean it made the win that much more impressive yeah and i think it's showed that <hes> he's ready. Yeah i mean he's ready to have one of those. Cars still put him back in the ninety five because i ninety five is gonna do him. No good at all. I i went on this point. I wouldn't see a good reason. Would you know because it'd be a second time being pushed to a satellite car yeah because he came in with furniture row and now he's <hes> <hes> he the plan was him going the ninety five but i hope he doesn't i hope he stays in a twenty and then put christopher bell in the ninety five just like he had to go through the year on the satellite team. You have christopher christopher bell do the same thing if he shows some promise within you move them up. Then you make a decision you make it happen that way so but yeah the crowd like we said i mean there were a lot of them there where they hung in there. The idea of sellout is kinda like in quotation marks because i think there were only talking about you know the the grandstand seats on the front stretch. I mean i saw some empty seats here and there so i don't know the tickets themselves were sold. Yeah yeah you know and there were a lot of people there and that was really the great part about four hour rain delay. Some people are just probably passed out in their car. I know right and we talked about the racing. I thought the racing was was actually pretty. Damn good good. I mean you could run the high line. You can run the line that made a fun and oddly enough though p._j. One there so blows at our theory exactly yeah so but at at the same time. I think that if they had had the full horsepower package that i think it would still be good brace. I don't think it was because of the package. I just think that you know the track. Just happened to be good good. <hes> you know it's just happens where the track just matches up well with with what they got so exactly <hes> and and to think that the rule package package alone you know can make any track that much more exciting or less exciting. I mean seriously. It's not like they were running around. You know not doing anything irregular darlington race before the package on but then before we had the jones win denny hamlin <hes> wins the xfinity spend the race burnouts flag celebrating whole nine gatorade up in the air whatever he's got disqualified afterwards second time this year we've had a driver driver disqualified from winning the race in the series for being too low. I almost <hes> almost one eric jones to lose because of that hands push.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Is that different. It won't be anymore but could we design organism a an offshoot of humanity and you human if you like that could survive perfectly well on march or two storey space space walk i have. I have a final thing final question. Which is how it sounds like to solve the i i don't take it at face value even though it makes me very squeamish of for instance going back to the original story what the experiments that this scientists doing doing in china makes me squeamish but how do we actually begin to get some answers so that we can actually say if this is ethical or not or is there a way to bridge. Have we ever done that. If we were faced this kind of thing before we have we ah yes. I mean with with crisper. Christopher christopher came out the conversation. They had already been other gene editors but with crisper was people realized realized that what it was going to be as a tool fairly quickly and so the international community started convening in they have conversations the scientists get together with at conferences and talk about what they want to do what they are doing. Regulators policy makers come in also <hes> organizations like triple a._s. The american association for the advancement of science will invite people in convene them for conversations and <hes> the national academy <music> sciences will put out white papers on these topics and so there are there. Are these conversations constantly ongoing when if people realize it's going to be something that we should be talking about yeah. It seems like it all boils down to the sense. What is conscious that that might be an interesting spin off from this this whole question. That isn't what the experiments are about but like to answer. That's what it comes down to is pain. That's afraid of right conscious. Human conscious monkeys coming to understand how much conscious at what point is it okay to do strange things. What point is it. Not we have no idea we don't know because we literally are. They feeling pain. Are they distressed yeah so so that reverse ethic where like okay the brunt of the research is going to be to make cows that do not have thank zayed. You're paying more efficiently. I mean you could go that and then he eventually ended up with the pig. Who's telling on you what they're good. Cut of meat is now you have psychopaths coat completely psychopathic cast they weren't already ah animals without that would be like the most dangerous thing <hes> and then and then and then we had some conversation too about the sort of editing of trade of beauty right like we we would be doing this sort of editing for profession you wanted to edit the next generation and be good information handling before the next level of quantum computers in which be it becomes totally irrelevant that level of computing power they have whatever the trade offs were so then. There's a risk factor in attempting to predict what the future will need from your children or what the perception of beauty will be at some point once. Everybody has figured it out. What this ideal beauty of is the one person who wasn't edited who has a you know a face that is not completely uniform. Perform on both sides becomes the ideal of beauty because they are so rare and society and nobody else's episode of the twilight zone where everyone has the pig face. Ah so there's a danger if <hes> if we're doing this predictive thing on what's going to be a good for society i think if you take it down again bid back it all back to the basis of thinking of it as a vaccination which we all agreed was a good thing i call we're using gene editing in an effort to vaccinate the genome against hereditary disease. I think i think that will be the both the argument of anything that you say that is for the protection of your children..
Broken Promises: Teachers Sue U.S. Over Student Loans That Weren't Forgiven
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online learn. How Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com mm slash economic impact now we haven't n._P._R.? Exclusive one of the biggest teachers unions in the country is suing the U._S. Department of Education. It's alleging that alone. Forgiveness Program for millions of public service workers is in in such a shambles that it is illegal. N._P._R.'s Chris Arnold has gotten a copy of the complaint filed in court today and he brought us this report. The programs designed to encourage people to work in public service must either governments or non profit work so nurses nurses police officers librarians teachers. All kinds of other jobs congress said more than a decade ago that basically if you make your loan payments for ten years and you work in public service the program will forgive the rest of your federal student loan debt that. That sounds like a really good deal to a lot of people and more than a million have filed official paperwork for the program but the Department of Education is just cannot seem to get this right they keep making mistakes and are not appropriately administering this program I am the Congress has created. That's Christopher Peterson. He's a law professor at the University of Utah and a former top attorney at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and he may be understating things. Here's a number that you need to know one percents percents but the education department's own couch of the people who think they've made their ten years payments and they apply for loan forgiveness. Only one percent are getting approved that means if you took all of the people getting rejected and got them together other into one place you'd have football stadiums full of nurses firefighters teachers law enforcement officers that are seeking to have their debts forgiven having made all of these payments under the impression. Question that they were on track and now they're being turned away in droves this has sparked a growing number of lawsuits many against the loan servicing companies that manage student loans for the Department of Ed but Peterson says this latest one ratchets catches up the pressure. Here's a teacher's Union representing one point seven million members suing the Education Department Randi Weingarten is the president of the American Federation of Teachers and she says this program is hurting the very people its supposed to help and it's so broken so broken that it violates our basic United States constitution requirement of due process the basic fairness clause of the United States constitution and that is the core of this lawsuit okay so to understand what's going wrong here. We're going to zoom in on just one of the lawsuit's plaintiffs okay well. My name is Debbie Baker. <hes> I'm actually a music teacher. I knew that <hes>. That I had the correct employment I mean Good Grief Public Schoolteacher Oklahoma teachers don't make that much many and they certainly didn't then and I thought this is great so back ten years ago. Baker says she looked under student loan statements called up that eight hundred number and and said I WANNA do this public service loan forgiveness thing that's what the Department of Education tells people that they should do that number connects you to a loan servicing company which the government hires to advise people with student loans and collect their payments. I called them up. I told them I heard about it and they explained that basically went on income sensitive repayment plan and that after you've made one hundred twenty payments you could apply for the program so it was it was that easy bigger says each year here she'd call back do paperwork and she'd say I'm working towards public service loan forgiveness ear Liz everything good qualifying for public service loan forgiveness and they said okay great over the years she dealt with different loan servicing companies. One of them was navient. And one of the nation's biggest and as the ten year finish line approach to Baker was getting pretty excited and right then she didn't have a lot to be happy about her adult son in his twenties had been stricken with a degenerative disease. You know he was living at home with us on mm full-time care we were caring for him. <hes> we put my mother in a nursing facility and so this was a bright spot like this Kennedy great but that seventy six thousand dollars in student loans did not get forgiven because in the end Baker was told that she was in the wrong type of loan and so none of her payments over the past years counted towards debt forgiveness if somebody at the call centers would have just told her that ten years before she easily could switched into the right kind alone to qualify for forgiveness but she says nobody told her so that never happened and when this hit I just I didn't know whether to cry throw up. Get Mad. I just didn't know what to do. I honestly did not think the federal government would do this to someone the. The Union's lawsuit alleges that lots of other borrowers got bad information too and also that services aren't keeping track of how many payments people are making that are supposed to count towards loan forgiveness. The loan servicer navient said in a statement quote. We understand the frustration borrowers face in navigating complex federal loan program which is why we consistently advocate for policy reforms to simplify the system the lawsuit from the Teacher's Union wants the court to take more immediate action Christopher Christopher Peterson. They're asking for a court to order the Department of Education to go back to the drawing board and try to redesign this program to make sure that that the public that teachers but also firefighters nurses police officers that they're going to get a a reasonable the opportunity to have their debts forgiven. They were promised by Congress. The Department of Education is not commenting on the lawsuit yet. The Teacher's Union is also asking for an effective appeals process for people who believe that they've been treated unfairly. We should note that the department.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on Science... sort of
"But then we also want to talk to grad students who maybe have never given an interview before. And nobody's ever asked them about their work. But we know that grad students are basically on the front lines of where all the science happened. So we wanted to be as level of playing field as possible for people in of different levels of their career different levels of scientists considered sexy. You know, we have this weird. I just interviewed to sentimentalists who I've been pursuing one of them for many years because you're in the same department, and he would always tell me like what I do not interesting. And I'm like, but you don't think that like you're being disingenuous when you tell me that you're not into what you do. Why wouldn't you like share that with the people? I'm telling you, they will they will be interested. If you sound interested in it. So as I've been your experience as well, or that's it. That's a good question. I don't know. I think a lot of. Especially microbiologists, not necessarily that people have interviewed, but a lot of microbiologists kind of wary towards sharing their stuff, and I'm not here to like make generalizations about people in my field. But do you think that just because there's a health component? What microbial just do it's partially that there's also a lot of like public outcry towards some of the work. We do like playing God playing God for sure crisper cast. You hear that a lot? I don't know who that is the Maghreb I'll crisper cast like technology that we use to answer. Yes. Sorry. I was probably like slurring. But I thought you were talking about some guy named Chris casts. And it was like what did he do? It's actually, you know that make a great children's book. Christopher christopher. An idea for another time. I don't believe this don't tell anybody that. And vaccines vaccines are one recently actually because there's a lot of accede work testing. Vaccine candidates is one of the biggest goals of a lot of because as we all know vaccines are incredibly unsafe and should be never been ministered under any circumstance. I'm not gonna get down this path..
David Stern -- Dell Demps of New Orleans Pelicans a 'lousy general manager'
"Game. David Stern recently did an interview with Sports Illustrated. Who was it? Christopher Christopher sort as he was Sports Illustrated. Now, I don't know everybody is okay, just said with Sports Illustrated, and they'll Dem's who I believe is still with the Norlin. Pelicans says in the story has been this two thousand ten has been the president general manager for the the pelicans actually I played with Dell. Dell was I think what to Pacific, and he was on a when I was playing the warriors. He was one of the camp guys they came in. I mean, obviously trying to make the team didn't super nice guy. Really nice guy always liked del. Anyway, they were talking about the nixing of the trade because Laker fans were pumped area. Get Chris Paul they Nixon trade than they traded him to the clippers for probably. I mean, it's probably a better deal. They're going to get Kevin Martin Luis Scola from the Lakers and then for the clippers. They got Gordon Alfred amino
"christopher christopher" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People
"If my mom, my mom has a certain set of expectations for me as a woman like apnea lamb have kids, what am I gonna get married. I don't even know if I wanna get married. I don't know if I believe in monogamy anymore, but I like I asked my mom was how many people she's left wish to. Why does she had like feel like my dad, and then she was married before I was like a ball base by, and you know it, I'll play my number and she gets militant wanna know. So she's not, you know, listen, that's fair. That's fair. Yeah, I think I think my mom turned this off a while ago. I wanna be clear. I would not be shamed with my mom. My mom would dot judge you for anything, but my mom would go. I don't know why you had to tell your story to. I don't know why you had to go tell an all those stories of yours because she's my mom Christopher because in my mind, she's like Krista up. She does. She does call me Christopher, especially when she's upset with me if I'm like, make fun of stump gain, or I go a little too hard Christopher Christopher. Exactly what I thought it was going to be. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Really living up to the image in your mind, the relationship. Amazing. She and most people in my life just call me gathered the only my wife calls me, Chris and my mom calls me Christopher. My dad calls me Chris's well. Most people just call me gathered. So when she gives me a Christopher, it really cuts right to the quick. You know. Absolutely. Anyway, I'm really sorry. You're chicken nuggets. Must've gotten cold by now. Okay. I'm Mike. I probably shouldn't even gotten them 'cause I'm not even ugly. So. I don't know what I'll do now. Wait, did you teach today? Is school back in session. Yes, it's the first day. So I think break. I'm in. I'm in the parking lot across the school. So how many classes have you taught so far today? Yeah, I want more. You have one. So you taught two classes on the first day school you drove to McDonald's. You picked up some mcnuggets you called me. You told me about a series of of of sexual experiences. You've had a varying intensity. What you've learned from being sexually liberated. You're gonna duck back in teach more kids how to play the French horn. Yeah. Pretty sweet. Pretty sweet. Do you know the pike? I wanna make sure in the course of this episode that I give a shout out to to friends of mine. Have you ever listened to a podcast called guys? We fucked. I have yet. Those are two friends of mine, Coron, Christina, and I'm big fan of that podcast. I appeared on that podcast and that is the anti slut shaming podcast. That's how they proclaim it. And they talked very openly about different men. They slipped with an even interview men who they slept with. And it's a great podcast that I think is very much in line with the attitude year. Podcast. I was you here. You'll learn a lot about me if you listened to that episode about my my past far, I stopped listening after a little bit because I think in the beginning because I am a completed, like someone recommends, I mean, to me, I go to the beginning, I can't skip around, but. I, I will find your upset. I will listen to it and I had to stop because it kind of felt like especially at the beginning, it felt kind of object to find him in. And I was like, I can't get onboard with right now. So I stopped, but I'm sure that it has progressed immensely with like, 'cause it's been on for a while, I'm sure aggressive mentally with like the maturation of them as living. So I should have another try. I'm a big. I'm a big supporter..
Neil Simon, Broadway's master of comedy, dies at 91
"Simon the creator of the odd couple of guy a playwright who, successfully saw a lot of his plays adapted into films which of, course, then, or adapted into TV shows such as the odd couple playwright Neil Simon Master of comedy whose laughs filled hits such as the odd couple barefoot in the park. And Brighton, Beach trilogy, dominated Broadway, for decades has died? He was ninety. One died, early Sunday of complications. From pneumonia, wall surrounded by family at New. York Presbyterian so you go down the list of the things that, were never made to the movies last, the red hot lovers sunshine boys great movie Walter Matthau and, what's his name burns plaza suite chapter. Two's sweet charity promises promises of course the odd couple was huge on I'd like to someday, I'd like to see the play of, that but the play translated into the film the, nineteen, sixty, seven, film with Walter Matthau and Jack Lemmon which is still an iconic American comedy but the movie script is a direct adaptation of a, completed deal as a as a play and then the movie did, so, well Of they spun, it off into a very successful TV, show with Tony what's his name Jack Klugman the odd couple, went on the yeah Tony Randall Jack. Klugman and very very very successful TV show for years and of course there was a famous, muppet that lives in a garbage can Based on one of the characters oh Cosker the ground for us Never knew that his first Tony award. Nineteen, sixty seven is best author His own life figured, most prominently into what became called. His Brighton. Beach trilogy Brighton Beach memoirs Biloxi blues and Broadway bound blocks he blues the Was the Matthew Broderick World. War Two movie also. Christopher Christopher Walkin really good as the Succo drill, certain because Neil Simon is a World War Two veteran wasn't World, War Two, veteran, and blocks blues is a terrific movie about his his experiences. A young, Jewish guy going to the south going into the army but, Neil Simon a great American comic playwright dead, at the, age of ninety, one
"christopher christopher" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"This right here okay Students are up and they're in the hallway right now and but before. That before you do that you're going to have. To wake them, up and that ain't the easiest thing okay. That. Ain't the easiest but the fact is you're going to have to then, you're going to have to send them off to. School At that point Out the door Charge you know. Toward the school so that's. How, that works anyway that's a. Few weeks away let's sell week or so away really a little over. A week away so we have love the Fagan's one of the pagans with. Us right now we. Have. Christopher Christopher okay. Christopher Christopher. Fagin good morning how? Are you. Show I'm great thank you for dressed me properly as, Christopher Christopher Christopher how? Does? That go. Crystal I Christopher how? Does that name where does that come? From crystal, for you know. Probably, Saint. Christopher well yeah, but I mean? What. Is Chris. Okay all right probably. Derivative of Christ it is Oh man I got to be a lot more nicer to. You, then Maryland. Nicer that's that's what they say be a lot more. Nicer Well we're, we're we're, brimming with pride here Erin got married yesterday my gosh you know, I heard you talk about it when. I left the other day I didn't realize who's. Getting married yesterday he was that. A good, wedding was, absolutely fabulous. And just a lot? Of, fun, good, food, good. Family. Good fun who's the. Poor solely married married Lauren Okay I don't want to divulge everybody's. Laughing Your show you know he's targeted with five, hundred emails. That were not patriotic. Okay I'll right that's good to go k s Great wedding.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on Overthinking It Podcast
"That's not the necessary that the current dc tempted balance right with suicide squad and then like the grim zach snyder verse is working out either but you can see again temp with it they're trying to follow with suicide squad and and like batman versus superman it's just the execution nobody likes onslaught is the answer that i already knew to the question you know it's not it's not fox it's sony there was another marvel superhero movie that was advertised during the credits to deadpool which is venom right which c which actually seems to be back in the seems to be more snyder or christopher christopher nolan e you know in that they put acclaimed actor tom hardy into the into the role the way that acclaimed actor christian bale was put into the into the role of batman and the other the other movie that there was a trailer for was it's not it's a movie it's like hunger games meets scary x men the children have superpowers and they're being rounded up but but it's more hunger games e than it is you know a metaphor for racism in the sixties oh that that by the way well well done screenwriter's for are they there a metaphor for racism in the sixties which both like gets out what's great about them and also gets why maybe the culture needs to move past them a little bit more they need to be reinvented in subway stay shakeup run yeah.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"That's not an easy thing to do no it's not and having been an engineer before this and basically getting out the engineering as a my everyday thing in january two thousand twelve and i still do a little tiny bit on side for the fun of it and stuff but we actually have engineered all of our gluten free products a couple of different things that we've done minimized our ingredients and which in turn maximize the number of customers i have a lot of customers and i listen to my customers and they have a lot of issues with millet sorghum this that i mean you name it they're logic to it so we use basically rice flour tapioca that's our main ingredients we used a couple different combinations of it but we have produced a bread that like chef christopher christopher dijon at the stadium i always laugh about it because he had a somewhat of a heavy discussion with a lack of chef christopher dijon mile high stadium mile high stadium and he the lady said that the product he was using was not gluten free he said yes it was and she says it doesn't taste gluten free i have so many customers who think it's real bread and so we've we've hit it i mean we i've got my specifications and we've done a great job but also with respect to breads like today we did bagels they are phenomenal i mean they're nice tastes like a bagel i mean we don't we leave the whole in because we give you the extra the whole but the point being is that all of our products cakes cookies graham crackers all that kind of stuff i will put it up against anybody's on the market and i eat it myself english muffin it would never even it wasn't even from england from any a bread yeah you're the first to give a sample of bread right when someone walks read give them graham crackers we give them whenever we're bacon that day some some muffins cakes and cookies whatever because what we want to show him is that our stuff is the best on the market.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"Do you know what i mean skeleton we'll we'll post a picture on yeah and so what other old souls from today i think you had a quick you grab grabbed quick were chris didn't really because no because the italian tv had first dibs on chris rock off the finnish any respect compliments chris free on his he sort of pulled this out from nowhere we weren't really wear these number really whether he's pretty decent tiny the welter loss chairs don course would languages he put out some spanish as well lost the welter anyway let's hear chris and then i'll give a brief summary of the that all coarser journal no spin tunnel join the laura c c o special time for yeti vehciels top and sin pitching non on i've ever gone so we've gone from learning time with lionel learn just fine to learning with christopher christopher said but he was tied off the yesterday that's the summary deep yesterday i'm not surprised i mean everyone everyone would have gone today but i think we'll thaw the general perception was that he was back and they've browse suggested to his yesterday that he everything was sort of back on track and win a ride has really good form they can absorb intense efforts connie and it doesn't excuse the non excuse the explanation they gave today wouldn't really stand up or wouldn't really apply to ride who's in top form i mean yates taught in his press conference about the the biggest thing for him in this jurors not being the highest these absolutely supersonic days where he's felt incredible he's just recovered very well so firm is not quite but to where he is on the food frames on the rack food but that's the thing that's the thing about winning grand tools isn't a combination of of endurance and recovery and form and those three things they all have to be there in some.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan
"Me or don't know at made that one up from wherever he is feet up and he gets the news it's a bad look there is a stigma with those three letters next your as a professional athlete and it's really bad timing terms of the contract that he wants his contract to the has up in a year number three jet ceo christopher christopher johnson had high praise for the team's first round pick usc quarterback sam darnold as he told reporters quote i think people are going to look back twenty years from now and say this is the moment the jets shifted into a new year and they became a great team i'm actually going to hear i actually have a clip of some really insightful xs knows very deep football now says that comment here it is kidding me well what else is he going to say i really feel like this is the year i'm going to look back this is what i started to get fire what this is the cuba you're drafted of course you're going to say that it doesn't change any of our assessments about any of the guys that were taken i will say this about sam darnold guy you tell me you know we're going to like a gi joe choose your own adventure stew chevy meaner nice here actually no adam you're nice to meaner nice here mean he's shown over this mother for his job and if he's okay the only time we did public interviews he came with his mom you don't to do night i'm going to walk out of here i'm going to get on the train i'm going to get home late and if i've time i'm gonna call my mom i'm gonna tell her i love her because i do i don't bring it or job interviews i didn't roll it a cbs sports radio but hey eric what's up mom writer mom tell him i'm great hey.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"You joe it feels like the christopher wray statement as soon as i saw a statement came out from ray this came out right after your criticisms of him were so well publicized you made those remarks to us on a two weeks ago monday mornings on the mall the press picked up everything that you said here on this program and then all of a sudden we're getting statements from christopher christopher ray he's just like rosenstein two peas in a pod they're worried about the daily thing these guys ever think about is their next job rosenstein wants to be a judge i hope he never gets it i affirm raise waiting for the next bush like appointment to some job where he sits there you know looking like a million bucks with his hair comb doing nothing the guy has gutless he is the kind of person who never should have been in charge of the fbi the head of the fbi right now whom we recommended is ray kelly former police commissioner in new york you know you don't need this guy from a big georgia law firm running the fbi he's a nothing burger he doesn't know anything and just just look at his performance since she has been fbi director he has hidden almost the entire time this is not leadership this is quivering this is sitting in a corner worrying about being criticized the guy cannot handle the light of day well joe it has been so wonderful having you back and there are we still had a whole whole bunch of things we wanted to talk to you about so we have a backup of things to talk to joe about but thank you so much for joining us again welcome back and a happy easter to you guys happy easter you're listening to the best of mornings on the mall five to nine monday through friday only on one zero five point nine fm w m al.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on WTMA
"Operative and you didn't say that it came from the dnc because when it comes from the dnc and hillary clinton campaign will then what you're what you're saying is we believe there's probable cause that trump colluded with the russians to hacked the election and that probable cause is the absolute evidence that we have probable cause that the hillary campaign colluded with the russians to destroy the trump campaign right and and so you make a great point there that's where reasonable suspicion versus probable cause comes in because they left out the source that's a source and and it was multiple people it was a number of people that signed for those petitions for the warrants so they did so and they did so if i'm not mistaken over three months with three different size accord judges if i'm not mistaken i mean i just i just don't know what's in the i don't know how the application was written and i don't know opinion of the fis adjudge and what the fis what what they thought and what they would have thought you know what reasonable suspicion was versus probable cause but waste not seeing the application but what we do know had they included that and described this information and its source thoroughly in the petition for the warrant certainly the fis the courts would have looked at that in a negative light well yeah because you're right if if they had included it then then the fis the court would have said hey wait a minute we gotta look at this again right the democrats will now it's politically motivated a wait a minute the dnc and the hillary campaign you've got you've got double political motivation and the mccain campaign well and then you go back to the right and then you go back to the now you've got a foreign national who doing that because the money's christopher christopher steele is doing the work and putting together who who got the information from the russians right so as as we've always stated the reason because people have said well they told him as a political operative or the reason that they.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on WGTK
"You gotta go facebook facebook we don't wanna know maybe we don't wanna know cambridge analytica data scandal is brutal it's a lot of people had a all their personal information ripped off and whatever it is they decided to share that's why you know what you selectively share don't put out everything i think somebody once said it's not a diary put whatever you want because i wouldn't tell anyone to edit i mean i wouldn't tell you what to edit put what you want but it doesn't have to be a diary where you pretty much think everything in about yourself and then it's too late to pull it back put it that way i like the old fashioned journals if you have to dump out a bunch of personal stuff to it in the journal right we move on this one is from christopher christopher says snow snow go i am so tired of snow it's funny i'm not a big winer but i do have to say it's exciting at first but when you get a week after week after we can it messes up your travel plans and you got kitties to get to school it's not quite as fun as you would imagine no i guarantee that it's not quite as fun because i've done it but it's been a long time i've been in snow but it's been a long time since i've had a live in snow and it's you know there's something to that it's fun if you're somewhere.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Cambridge analytica obama gonna have this massive database very powerful information about everything on every individual can you imagine if let's say steve bannon steve bannon call a press conference and said you know my buddies at cambridge analytica we're preparing this massive database we're going to know everything about everybody it's going to be the most massive data collection on people in this country there's ever been you think there'd be praiseworthy articles about it until you hit they'd put everybody in prison it had anything to do with it if something like that have here's maxine bragging about it and it happened is the point and there's only one reason for that and remember how mom got elected in the first place by exposing sealed divorce records of his opponent running in the in the state senate race in illinois now let's let's get christopher christopher widely i wanna tell you who this guy is he is the quote unquote whistle blower who ran.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Truth about heaven so dr yearoveryear at the cemetery and you've got the handful of balloons what happens right well we release them into the sky but here's a characteristic of these balloon they were yellow balloons each of them at the time it was released had a very short about twelve inches yellow ribbon attached to it because i'd have to cut them three from the san back and dumb we watched them go up into the into the sky uh and then blow away the next day um we were turned in new york city where we live and as we're driving down woodward coming to columbus circle in manhattan in place that had a certain meaning to christopher because this was named after a different christopher christopher columbus and we used to joke about that and uh all of this we stopped at a red light all of a sudden a yellow balloon descends from the sky no way hovers in front of our car yeah that's exactly what i thought it was like oh what you know it was it was like kind of astonishing and it's balloon was about looked about a dayold you know it was kind of it what it was dropping down it wasn't rising up once at one of those balloons it was it had a short yellow ribbon aboul inches hustle and my you know my first thought was uh i mean it was it we just stood we just sat there it hovered right in front of our car and then kinda drifted away was out of reach unbelievable 10 in i don't believe in coincidences things happened well you know there were five of us in the car we all sought the in the backseat were three kids and to the kids it was like well yeah of course that's one of balloons we released in great barrington and of course christopher senate what could be more natural to my wife and i was it was just amazing in my first thought was oh wow is not a coincidence a child must have lost this in central park well this was a cold wintry day in november there were no kids walk and right central park with balloon that's and if somebody had lost it in central park it would be rising up it wouldn't be dropping down this was definitely one.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on KTRH
"Not a single thing and so the drive bys think it's necessary to protect and defend its deal because he's being smeared there's another headline christopher snail as the noshow emma london court in civil case over dossier at another story dossier christopher christopher steel fears deposition will put dopp gus year sources it real are a bunch of for emma a house committee has voted to release pencil next memo and you know i'm not sure about this are a bunch of frauds emma a house committee has voted to release pencil next memo and i'm not sure about this but i'm not i'm not convinced pencil neck fought this would happen i fought shift might think that the republicans would not vote out his memo his memos ten pages long and so now it goes to the same process that the the devon known as memo went through it goes up to the white house where trump and his national security team review the memo and have five days to decide whether or not to declassify up and release it to the public so schiff i think caught off guard is now forecasting that he's really really worried that the white house is gonna start redacting his memo all over the place and that the salient points are going to be blacked out and covered up and not released and i still i'm not so sure this guy ever intended this memo to actually be seen it never leaked which is a first it never too late.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on WEEI
"There as much as you were there why no no contribution that the nba tough that'd be a tough one even for the patriots who are essentially invincible with every roster move at you can't really rip them too much because it always seems to work out in the end but if you trade one of tom brady's backups you've ever both of his back and so you trade jacoby percent which i don't only beset a great quarter is an average nfl quarterback he's played okay for the coal saved their bad team you trade him though and then you've actually trade garoppolo so you have brian hoyer as the tom brady insurance and now the guy you've got four jacoby bruce at one of the quarterbacks that you traded that guy you're going to release him before the end of the regular season that's a tough one that is a tough one i will be they're gonna do it i will be the guy they're gonna make some other rostrum i don't think that's going to be the move i'd be surprised now bellichik oldest blow everyone off anyway you know it's weather though you wanna talk about the now let's talk about the steelers you won't that's how's his answers go right you you know that i will take your focus how you feel about all this the of the roster move will be any impact if i just done a whole mala monologue and a guys can have zero catches and be a decoy for the patriots you can look at him as insurance also we have a couple of wise open and operators are standing by now when i say operators are standing by that means producer christopher christopher shy is standing by and or city he's actually sittings nast any i can give us a call all the number six one seven seven seven nine seven.
"christopher christopher" Discussed on WEEI
"And so rothfusz and brown and bell uh juju smith schuster has been really good to another other uh water sewer they were able to draft in and he's been really good his touchdown rations are hit or miss but they have they have a good group of offense of players but the patriots defense michaels defense has really rounded out and they of bed performer much better i really last what four five five games by the way the nfl took the ah took the shackles off the players for the touchdown celebrations this year yeah you're not liking it i'm saying they're they're really uh did you see the one last night the falcons did with that the two lines in the player gone down through the line it's like a little much don't you think how much time or they spending on i feel like after practice there must be there's got to be our worried ogoni going on yeah i love with touchdown celebration i think that one guy kind of dancing is usually the best way to go one over the weekend where they opened the safe and gave the money to the players and they were making it rain out on by now and that was about the goose was lame what was the one that like the the travis calcium the chiefs redo in like the uh the the the potato sack race yeah like that left to us to why they're like running all the way across the end zone slumped some of them have gotten unbia a little more elaborate than than i'm finding it in a era i feel like a lot of them to of crossed over into our this is like two minutes of gone by these guys are still doing some kind of cory graff thing six one seven seven seven nine seven 937 speaking of jacksonville christopher christopher's calling from their hey christopher how you doing hey jail how're are you doing great uh it's great to talk to you i uh i'm one of the.