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Fresh "Christopher " from The Final Lap
"Doubt. Yeah, so you throw that in there too. He's a dirt threat. He's an oval threat. He's a road course threat. I don't know much that this guy can't do. And I think that's why 23 11 made the move as early as they did to get him. And I think that's why RCR was kind of hurt as badly as they were that he left. How cool was it, by the way, chase Elliott, his car in flames, giant explosion, and he's walking away like he's in a movie trailer. That was pretty cool, yeah. That was pretty cool. But yeah, concerning man, these playoff drivers, we've talked about at this point. They have had a rough start to these playoffs. We're four races in now. I don't know, has anybody had a complete, clean start here? I think maybe Logano is the one guy who hasn't had like a bad issue to this point in any of these races. That would make sense to me. I think that might be it because Briscoe's had some rough races, but he squeaked through. To this round, but I think everyone else has had some kind of a scare. Some kind of a weird moment where it looks like, uh oh, they could be done. So this is a situation where it keeps piling on each week, but Christopher Bell chase Elliott were the ones that had issues this week. Christopher Bell had a spin because of a flat tire early. Got things recovered and was working his way back up. Another flat tire spun again pounded the wall. Couldn't get out of that one, and then of course chase Elliott cut a tire while leading as well. On the exit of turn four and boom into the wall hard car, like you said, burst into flames. They showed the in car video because NASCAR's got in car cameras on every car on the playoff or every car in the field now where you can kind of see what's going on. And the flames were actually inside Chase's cockpit, which is something they did a couple weeks ago to address. But apparently when you get a jarring impact to the side, it kind of moves things and the flames were in the cockpit again. Christopher Bell also who was leading the points just a few weeks back is now not looking so good. By the way, if you look at the playoff standings on NASCAR dot com, they have adjusted them with the William Byron thing. So he's actually out. Yeah, currently he's out, so the appeal is in process, but until the appeal is overturned. Until the penalties overturn, the penalty will stand. So you're guilty of to prove an innocent at this point. My notes here are wrong. We've got Austin centric William Byron Christopher Bell and Alex Bowman on the outside looking in. Chase Elliott, who has previously teetering on the edge there, has got 9 point cushion. He went from way, way, way good. 11 point cushion. Okay, but still 11 points is nothing to be like. Yeah, I got this. From like what, 40 points or something to the good and now just 11 and he's having issues here that he did not have a smooth round one. He had problems in just about every race. Now starts off this round with more issues. Chase Elliott, who's been kind of the only guy that's really been able to put together sustained success in this car has found himself in trouble and once the playoffs started. These aren't playoff drivers, but Kyle Busch at the wall hard. His woes continue in 2022. Kevin Harvick, Martin Truex Junior, wrecked while leading with right rear tire issues, these right rear tires were the talk of the race and we're just getting to it now. Yeah. And so the thing I have, so even Rodney childress kind of took to Twitter, which these guys have all been going to Twitter now. That's the thing. Because they've voiced their displeasure to NASCAR and nothing's happened. So they feel like they need to go to Twitter and air out their grievances. But the thing I took away from roddy Childers thing was he admitted to running their pressures too low. Right. So what do you expect to happen? I understand that you want the car to handle better and you want your driver to be able to have a chance to be fast. But Rodney childress said in all of his races as a crew chief, he's run lower tire pressures than what was recommended and all but about 5 of them. And people are blaming Goodyear. I don't understand that part. That's the thing. So, and I feel bad for Goodyear because they're putting minimum recommendations on these tires. And if the teams don't listen to them, then you have tire failures. That's where we're at, although the drivers I will say, we're not blaming Goodyear this time around. They blame NASCAR. Well, there were cars out there that didn't blow tires. The very, very true. And so the issue I have here, the problem I have with this whole thing is why are we complaining if we're going below minimum recommendations? Like, Goodyear says this is what you need to inflate it to at minimum. And these guys are going, well, damn, I can get an extra hundredth of a second if I bump that down a little bit. Well, yeah, you do, but you risk popping the tire, which is what's happening. And these guys are like, well, the next gen car is too hard to handle and we need yeah, but you don't have it. The whole point of this car, was it supposed to be hard. It's supposed to have no down force. So your little tricks you're trying to do to make these things happen where you have those things, it's a reward, but it comes at a risk. And the risk is your tire blowing. So do you want your driver to blow a tire go on the wall and be out for weeks due to concussion? Or do you want to finish the race? Maybe finish fourth have good speed, but not race winning speed. You got to decide that. But to take it to Twitter and act like there's some kind of huge problem with the car based on the tires blowing and stuff like that it's just ridiculous. When you're setting the damn tire pressure's too low. Exactly. Exactly. That's just stupid. I don't even want to hear it. Up next is Talladega, then we've got the Charlotte roval road course to round out this particular round in the playoffs and Toby. Sat down with Corey Lajoie. I don't know if did you sit? Yeah, we were both sitting, actually. Yeah, it was a good time. All right, tell us more. Yeah, so hey, we're going to talk about his upcoming event at the kickball tournament, and let's go out there right now, Corey Lajoie. How are you doing? Yeah, buddy. It's been a lot of work putting together that kickball classic. Everybody has been helping out Leigh Anne and Phil from the YMCA. Those guys are
Leo Terrell: The FBI Are Protected by the Left-Wing Media
"That's what bothers me the most I mean thankfully we've seen a bevy of whistleblowers come forward Patriots and I'm honored to be considered some of them Friends But the management of the FBI Leo this would stop quickly if Christopher wray or someone would come out Now you and I are personal friends with the president when I name dropping it's just true I mean I don't have coffee with him but we know him pretty well And you remember in the Trump administration Leo the silliest things like we're going to enforce a border wall and we're going to move some monies over to pay for it They're like there are people in DHS are going to resign in protest Yet you've got this targeting of people in a supposed constitutional republic based on their political beliefs And Leo how many threatened resignations have you heard about I've heard about zero not a single one None because the ends you're a serious three component You got the democratic left wing extremist wackos You got now the politicalization the weaponization of the Department of Justice and the FBI And let's not forget there The left wing media the left wing media But for your show Fox some outlet the left wing media provides the protection And there's no payback There's no attacking what they're doing They're basically have compromised an institution like law enforcement like the FBI Department of Justice Now they have compromised it and the FBI have basically with the permission of the left wing media they're protected They're absolutely protected by the left wing media And even with Dan I'll tell you right now it's just not management And these FBI agents are compromised in a way Right They got to be turned to women after going to tell the truth or they're going to worry about their retirement Their pension Their family So they're compromised And it's not just management They're some of the Reagan follower compromise as well
AJ on Why Jeremy Renner Lived With His 'Friend' During His Marriage
"And basically when Jeremy Renner's divorce battle was heating up a few years ago, his buddy claimed that renner's estranged wife was extorting him, her name is Sonny Pacheco. She was extorting him and this guy says she only married him for a green card. And basically it was an arrangement that he and renner were very suspicious of. And listen, these guys certainly come across as being gay lovers. There's nowhere else. There's no one else to put it. And that's, I know a hypocritical coming from me, a guy who's lived with men before I was married, but this is a little different. You know, they know each other a long time, these guys, his name is Christopher winters. And when does it run or live together as roommates during much of render's 11 month marriage? They still were together. And I got a question a movie star still living with his buddy. I'm sorry. Once you make it, you kind of set your buddy up someplace else. Put him close by if you want. But no, it's like when Hugh Jackman has his trainer stay in the room in their home. Okay. And this room is quite a ways away from where Hugh Jackman's wife sleeps. You get the point.
'Fallout' Author John Solomon Unpacks the Durham Probe
"We have a massive story this week that hasn't been given the requisite coverage anywhere really. But the man who knows the most is the author of the seminal work fallout nuclear bribes Russian spies and the Washington lies that enrich the Clinton and Biden dynasties. He's one of the few real investigative journalists out there. He's the founder, the editor in chief of Justin news dot com. Welcome back to America first. John Solomon. Yes, good to be with you, Sam. So I just want to retread this issue because it is such a massive blockbuster in the message or to just rely upon my explication you've been covering this for 5 years now. Why is the Durham filing or the unsealing regarding Igor danchenko the Russian national who is working at the brookings institution just down the road? Why is it such a big deal? And why does it point the finger to corruption at the FBI, John? Yeah, that's an inch shows bad faith by the FBI. Let's just think about the facts that are now in evidence. The FBI knew starting in the fall of 2008 that Igor danchenko had ties to Russian intelligence agencies. They also knew he had tried to make offers of cash payments to incoming Obama administration officials to pay them cash if they would leak him secret. So he had all the hallmarks of spying of classified secret stealing. They dropped the investigation on him mistakenly thinking he had left the United States when he stayed here. That suggests the level of incompetence by the FBI. But then in 2017, when they find out he is the primary source for Christopher Steele's now completely discredited. And by the way, by the time they started to interview him in early 17, they already knew the dossier was discredited. He lies to them. He lies, I've never had contact with the Russian intelligence services. We know you're lying, okay, all right, I'm lying. And then literally that's how the conversation goes. And then he disowns most of the things that are attributed to him in the dossier. After all that happened. After all of that knowledge, the FBI decides in March of 2017 to hire him as a confidential informant to continue to pursue Russia collusion allegations against Donald Trump.
Buescher wins Bristol; Harvick, Busch, RCR out of playoffs
"It had been 222 races since Christopher busher went to victory lane that changed Saturday at Bristol Motor Speedway when he won the final race of the first round of NASCAR's playoffs Friday or win races And it's been a long time It wasn't counting the days but know that one of this thing really bad Butcher is the third straight non playoff driver to win in the three race round and the 19th winner of the 2022 season Bush are held off points leader chase Elliott who was gaining in the closing laps but said he couldn't catch up Not advancing to the next round of the playoffs or Kevin Harvick Kyle Busch Austin Dillon and Tyler Reddick I'm Jerry Jordan
Julie Kelly: We Need More Whistleblowers From the FBI
"A Kerry Pickett as a piece out at the Washington times Again this is just stuff from this week about the FBI Clearly an organization that's failed in its mission at this point Apparently some FBI whistleblowers and thanked the lord and I'm not using his name in vain that we're starting to see whistleblowers trickle out I wish we had more but a whistleblower or a couple of them told the Washington times that apparently ray and the DoJ have some headquarters based white supremacy type quota They're calling it like what was the line about it before Some kind of a oh internal metric for white supremacists and the whistleblowers are saying that they're being pushed to recategorize people as white supremacists I mean can you think of a more destructive thing to do to law enforcement than to set up a perverse incentive that we're going to measure your performance based on how many white supremacists you can go and find This is crazy It is crazy and it's all to bolster Christopher ray's phony narrative that he launched in 2019 that white supremacist militia men et cetera opposed a grave threat to the country This was his idea This was also again the motivation to put together the Whitmer fed mapping hoax And so now you have Joe Biden is going to host the summit I think it's today talking about white supremacy and what a danger it is and yet you have these people inside the FBI who unfortunately yes we have whistleblowers but for the most part these agents and officials are going along with this Yeah A lot more whistleblowers We need a lot more people in there speaking out because if it doesn't come from within the FBI we know the GOP doesn't have the guts to reform it or dismantle it It has to be come from inside that agency
Julie Kelly: No Update on the Alleged Jan. 6 Bomber
"So before we get to my topic on what I want to cover today which is just the various FBI debacles exposed Julie just this week by the way just so we're not even talking about spygate and other stuff An update for us if you have one on the now infamous January 6th bomber where I put the air quotes on You've been on the show talking about this for a while The FBI has video of a subject planting what are alleged to be bombs at the DNC and RNC January 6th and the day before And yet suspiciously although it's the worst thing since Pearl Harbor and 9 11 we've heard nothing about it except from people like yourself and Darren Beatty over revolver any update on that I know you will be shocked to hear there is no update not only no update This has been completely memory hold by the FBI but January 6th select committee by the news media To your point Dan this was the first sort of incident that started the panic that day that prompted the evacuation of a few house buildings there's many sketchy aspects to this as we've discussed The woman who quote unquote found the pipe bombs works for a federal contractor that had just received an $82 million grant from the FBI So it looks like possibly another hoax so this could be why Christopher wray just can not mean to find the time to investigate my
A Remarkable Story of FBI Collusion With Russia
"When it comes to the deep state, things are not quite what they seem. What you see is what meets the eye is not necessarily what's going on. I think this is especially true in a news report that just came out and the news report is that the FBI has had on its payroll. For three years, a Russian businessman, in fact, a kind of Russian agent. Named Igor danchenko. Now, the reason this is disturbing in some ways, well, not startling because once we know what the FBI is up to, you know, you're dealing with a corrupt operation. But nevertheless, this guy danchenko was a source. For the Steele dossier for Christopher Steele, the former M 16 MI 6 agent. And supplying false information for a dossier that is then used by the FBI to go after fisa warrants to go after Trump and Trump stirs people like Carter page and others. So the FBI already knew that Igor danchenko was a liar. He had attempted to lie to them. He was the source of false information, and they already suspected, in fact, they kind of knew that he was a Russian agent. Why? Because earlier, the same danchenko. Had tried to buy classified information. It's basically inquiring about people that could supply him with classified information. He said he knew people would be willing to pay for that classified information. The FBI knew all this. And yet, they brought him on. They brought him on as a paid informant. Now you want to think about why they would do that. Well, one reason is that when the FBI brings someone on as a confidential informant, that person is then in a sense protected, they're removed from the public sphere. In fact, it's difficult to go after them because they're not private citizens. You can't, in a normal way, pursue them, they're now in a sense within the orbit and under the protection of the FBI.
How the Whitmer Case Opened Julie Kelly's Eyes to FBI Corruption
"The Whitmer case has been more eye opening to me in terms of FBI corruption than January 6th. That is because, to your point, what you just said, this was not just something that was concocted out of Christopher ray's office. This involved numerous FBI field offices, numerous FBI handlers working out of those offices. At least a dozen, maybe up to 20, undercover agents and informants, including real lowlifes, said, informants that we pay who you would not want to cross on the street. One man in particular convicted felon several times over, including convictions for sex with a minor. He has been a longtime FBI informant who committed at least two other crimes while he was stitching this random group of sort of outliers and outcasts together to create this fed napping hoax. The FBI pays these informants and cash. The main informant was paid uncompensated almost $60,000 for 7 months work. He got cash payments. He got a new tires for his car he got a new laptop. He got a smartwatch. When the caper was over in December of 2020, the FBA handed this man named Dan chapel an envelope with $23,000 in it. Now he was done being a so called informant. The hoax was over, the men were all arrested and charged in October of 2020. So what's the FBI giving this informant $23,000 for?
Kash Patel: Christopher Wray Only Cares About His Ego & Job
"But people call me especially over the last few weeks and a couple of them been saying well you're being really hard on the FBI and let me tell you something They were bullied into this by the DoJ cash That is total crap If Christopher wray had any cojones at all the FBI director When this ridiculous request the service search warrant came down to Mar-a-Lago he would have done what sadly you all had to deal with for even for dumb reasons and your administration He should have said I'm resigning I'm not doing this There's no precedent for this This is a legitimate threat to the republic going forward And yet nobody's threatened to resign at all I don't buy that stuff at all What do you make of that I don't either Christopher wray is the mark milley of the federal law enforcement industry in the United States of America He's in it to keep his job period This is the same man that's all Devin Nunes and I in the world that if you release the Nunes memo the cast memo that I like to call But if you put that thing out there people are going to die Sources are going to be killed Relations are going to be destroyed What happened 6 years later not one person's dead 17 FBI agents were fired including Comey strock mccabe page and all the other ones that are attacking me attacking me mercilessly in recent media reporting It is a step to cover up their corruption then and this guy is covering up their corruption now Just look at the whistleblowers that are coming in The agents that are quote unquote resigning under the shadow of darkness and happier are outside at night These guys have intentionally doctored documents before they're doing it again It all happens on Christopher raised watch If you wanted to fix the FBI he'd grab all those documents walk down a chuck grassley's office and say here is every single document exposing the corruption that happened under my FBI That is what a responsible director should do who cares about America But this guy cares about his ego and his job So it won't happen Yeah he
FBI Agent Who Opened Trump Investigation Reportedly Escorted Out
"It's actually just breaking Just the news Deciding the what is it Washington times I guess On second as I pull it up FBI special agent who opened Trump investigation Reportedly escorted out of the bureau Former Washington field office assistant special agent in charge Tim thibault Was reportedly asked escorted out of the bureau on Friday and been whistleblower allegations that he showed political bias in his handling of politically sensitive investigations The Washington times reported eyewitness accounts that mister Theo was seen exiting the bureau's elevator last Friday escorted by two or three headquarters looking pipes The article appears to have been updated and now states that the bolt abruptly resigned but that he was forced to leave his post and cites two unnamed former FBI officials Now a caution just the news was unable to independently confirm the times report Whistleblowers alleged that Theo bolt concealed the partisan nature of evidence from FBI director Christopher wray and attorney general Merrick Garland to secure their approval to open investigation of former president Donald Trump And that investigation culminated in the FBI's raid on Trump's Mar-a-Lago estate earlier this month The public release of the affidavit such as it was that accompanied the search warrant revealed the warrant application relied heavily on information from news articles
Lee Smith: Kash Patel Says Mar-A-lago Documents Relate to Russiagate
"Because after the national archives gets these documents and they're making a lot of noise they want the Kim Jong-un letter They want to let our naturally that Barack Obama left to Donald Trump That's what they care about Then they say yeah there appears there was classified intelligence in there Cash says there's no classified intelligence Trump declassified at all Breitbart News reporters say well what is it He said well I don't want to talk about it because all these goons are going to accuse me of unveiling classified intelligence when it's not Cash says what this material is related to its rush gate and other things like Hunter Biden's laptop That's what gets the FBI to freak out Within a week they get a grand jury subpoena to go to Mar-a-Lago They're back in June looking for the same documents And you know what They can't find them They're looking for Russia gate stuff And if you're following The New York Times reporting now a Pulitzer Prize winning Maggie haberman et cetera If you look at what they're talking about they're talking about they're looking for documents related to fisa and related to confidential human sources Does that sound familiar It's referring to Stefan halper Christopher Steele and the Pfizer on Carter page That's what they're looking for And here's the thing The times published a piece at the end of last week and said they went in there and the piece ends with the revelation that the FBI didn't find what they're looking for So the question is does Donald Trump have these documents which he declassified before he left office or does no one has them I think we're in for even more interesting times ahead
Realmuto homers as Phillies top lowly Reds 7-5
"The Phillies beat the reds for the third straight day is JT real Muto and Reese Hoskins led Philadelphia to a 7 5 victory Real muta sparked a four run third with a leadoff Homer Hoskins had three RBIs including a run scoring single that made it 7 four in the 7th Gene Segura added three hits for the Phillies who won the second NL wild card spot Kyle farmer and Stuart Fairchild Homer for the reds Christopher Sanchez struck out 7 in 6 innings allowing three runs and 6 hits to get the win David Robertson got three outs for his 18th save I'm Dave ferry
Leftist Writer Sam Harris Admits to Ignoring Hunter Biden Laptop
"I'm not sure if you're familiar with the writer Sam Harris. I first encountered Sam Harris in the early 2000s. Well, no, the I should say around 2007, 2008. Why? Because he was one of the trio of prominent new atheists. The group included Christopher Hitchens, whom I knew well going back to the 1980s and 90s, Richard Dawkins, whom I don't know, but whom I know of, and I was familiar with Dawkins, his work, now having read almost, well, most of it. And Sam Harris was the third of this group. At that time, a student of neuroscience now he's completed his neuroscience degrees. And he has kind of wandered into politics over the past decade or so, and presents himself as this kind of progressive skeptic who is willing to take on some aspects of the left and woke culture, but at the same time firmly on the left. And Sam Harris, I noticed was trending yesterday on Twitter and people were talking about it, and I see a little clip of Sam Harris. And I'm not gonna blame the clip, but this is basically what Sam Harris says. He goes, listen. In the 2020 election, the supreme goal was to get rid of Trump. And then he goes, I really don't care if Hunter Biden was a crook. I really don't care if they suppress the story and censored it. I really don't care if all of it was true. I really don't care if, in fact, if there were dead children lying all around the floor, I'm using actually a Sam Harris's words here. He goes, it was worth it. And the thrust of this argument, which by the way, is not mentioning it in part because it's not Sam Harris alone who thinks this. This is a widespread way of thinking on the left. It's the I called it by any means necessary way of thinking.
Bombshell Revelations About the J6 Pipe-Bombs With Darren Beattie
"Welcome back to the program. Darren, you have a couple new stories here. I haven't had a chance to really go through them. It's been a very busy couple of days for me, but it's January 6th pipe bombers mechanical timer detonates fed's direction lie, and the second one is released the tape revolver has definitive proof the FBI is hiding critical footage of January 6th, Darren Beatty the floor is yours. Yes, so first of all, thanks for having me on again. These are two really important stories because everyone now thinks of ray eps when they think of what is the most glaring and egregious problem with the official narratives of January 6th. Well, the pipe bombs are right up there. If not, more so. And just so set the table of people might not remember this. There was reports about this January 6 pipe bomber. The FBI made a big deal out of it. The public face of the investigation, which will talk about in greater detail later, his name is Steven dien tuono just to hit the machine guy, right? Exactly. Okay, I'll just I'll just say it now. Of all the people in the FBI who could have gotten coveted promotion to the Washington D.C. field office of all the people, FBI director Christopher wray promotes the scumbag Steven dian toner who oversaw this absolutely outrageous and I would say even criminal in traffic. I don't say that. It's so terrible. Yes. And by the way, like just people should be following Julie Kelly's Twitter account now. There's a retrial of some of the defendants in the Whitmer case. And I'm telling it beggars belief that this is even possible. And it's still more astonishing that of all the people that would get a promotion. It's the guy who oversaw this absolute disaster and disgraced any conception of legitimate and dignified law enforcement. So
Harvick wins again; NASCAR playoff picture remains muddled
"Last week Kevin Harvick broke a 65 race winless streak and this week at Richmond Raceway he stalked the leaders all day pouncing in this final stage to take home the checkered flag for the second time in as many weeks It's nice to be able to get to victory lane and to do that two weeks in a row I think today was just a total team effort They were great on pit road The back to back winner said he almost let the lead slip through his hands in the closing laps but held on to keep a hard charging Christopher Bell behind him at the line I screwed up Not from just not from coasting around That's for sure Bill would finish second followed by Chris bush or in third I'm Jerry Jordan
Kash Patel: Christopher Wray Just Exposed the Clown Show He's Running
"I mean you were not figuratively but literally at the top levels of the executive office of the president very close adviser to president Trump You've been in the Department of Justice What I can't get my arms around not being silly about it is these are Joe Biden's not very smart but the people around him although I disagree with their politics vigorously they're not stupid They have typically a better sense of this stuff Who was sitting around a table and thought this was a good idea I mean did they not I don't know I just helped me understand this Did the backlash a moron could have seen this coming Yeah well I'll tell you exactly what was around that table Christopher wray at the FBI who's shown just how much of a clown show he's led allow on operate underneath him with those lack of accountability for people breaking the law agents running russiagate the same agents that are running Jan 6 the same agents that ran FBI as operation as a Hunter Biden are the same guys that I get a promotion to do the Whitmer fake prosecution in Michigan The fact that this is the leadership in place Garland and ray that should tell you everything you need to know They made the decisions because they thought they had the intellect to go through America and pull a fast one over that And they got caught And now they are racing to do maneuvers that never would have been done like they put in a motion to unseal the warrant because things are so bad for them and that's when you know DoJ and FBI have lost it When they are begging a court to release government sensitive information because they totally totally screwed the pooch on the execution and just calling for this warrant in the first place which could have been handled by subpoenas you know
FBI Searched for Nuclear Documents at Mar-a-Lago
"Merrick Garland? Confirmed that he personally approved the decision. To raid Trump's home, president Trump overnight said release all the documents, so people can see what they were looking for, the mainstream media is reporting they were looking for nuclear documents? Impacting obviously national security? This stuff is right out of a Tom Clancy novel. You can not make this up. And now, of course, Trump is officially denying there were any nuclear documents being stored at Mar-a-Lago. Well, they're either are or there aren't. This to me is pretty simple. If there aren't, Merrick Garland and Christopher wray and the rest of them need to resign in disgrace. If there are, that's bad for president Trump. There's no way around that.
Charlie Welcomes Darren Beattie to Reflect on the Mar-a-Lago Raid
"Joining us now is Darren Beatty from revolver dot news, Darren welcome back to the program. I want to start kind of at square one with you here. The significance your take on the raid, your thoughts. Well, it's huge. The Department of Justice, Merrick Garland, Joe Biden's Department of Justice. They crossed the Rubicon here. I mean, they've engaged in egregious sensation of the national security apparatus of the Justice Department before. But this act is just too overt. It's too outrageous. It's too egregious. And they've overstepped their bounds. And that's why they're panicking. That's why they're engaged in an exercise of frenetic finger pointing, trying to lay all the blame at Christopher wray when we know that this had to be approved at much higher levels. Because they know they overstepped their bounds. And what that means is the ball is in our court, the ball is in the court of the Republicans of the GOP. And now it's just a question of what to do with it. Because if you drop the ball, it's going to be more of the same and even worse. So it's time to get very serious, very responsible, come up with a real plan and implement it.
"christopher " Discussed on Catch my Killer
"Case was a really high profile line. I will never forget it. Because i have never heard of anyone dying in a similar situation. This week's story involves the death of an eleven year. Old boy named christopher aaron morris on september twenty fifth two thousand christopher nisa his sister ashley mccarthy were army rats. It's a term of endearment us to reference the children of military personnel. I should know because my brothers. And i were once army brats. The term is loosely applied to all branches of the military. Christopher lived with his dad and.
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"You can only appreciate it. Truly if you have experienced the our side of it life at bad is not nearly as a as amazing as the life year United states. So you know as a as a refugee you mentioned. A lot of a lot of immigrants are becoming entrepreneurs and reason i believe is bats. If if i look at my life from six-year-old when i was six years old rolled when i think about it have been faced with solving problems dealing with crisis crisis after crisis problems problem whether that's economic whether that's wars regime changes protecting you know the family making money. Everything that that that. I have gone through have been sold in congress. I think one of my theory is that. That's why i think i'm better suited at. I love this job and some extent because naturally have my whole life has been you know solving problems. So it's a privilege to be in this country it's to have this opportunity to to give back to the world and and just an. I'm really blessed to to know the people. I know to work with the people i work and to have the business. That is really really that. I'm really passionate about that. I feel like i'm making Making a difference. No no doubt you are norm. Is there anything else that you'd like to touch on before we wrap no thank you. I wanted to thank you. Christopher really For making this happen and an hopefully this will be helpful for people to understand. What's going on in afghanistan and hopefully You know it will be a hell full in for spreading the word about what's happening in that country and hopefully the nonprofits and all of the great organizations that are working to help people Will receive a donations and and in some way we can help but country in some way shape or form. Yes that that is my hope to. And i want to also thank you for stepping forward into this.
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"Fighting. So i i. Would you know ask quiver. River is listening and can to donate to help and support that that movement as the only hope along with with everything else in the world can do to kind of keep taliban a bit more humble and if you want to Give me the Where we can donate Also personally been looking at the various ngos that have been in afghanistan for many decades That could help For me. I've supported Mid saints franc- are doctors without borders for years. And i know they're in afghanistan and continue to be in afghanistan but if if there are certain nonprofits ngos that are helping you want people to be aware of. Just send me those. You are else all that will be in the show notes for this episode for sure absolutely. Well we'll definitely send those to you and there are two or three. That are doing some redo even work. I also have to tell you an and of course. I understand this as as as afghanistan was falling i understood it but to hear you say that dream of freedom is gone. It's that's just this heartbreaking for me. I'm i'm very sorry. I mean i understand that but it's so painful to hear you say it. It is very painful i it. Is you imagine. Christopher for for a second but we are men states. We're enjoying all of these amazing freedom and opportunity and this is an amazing country. By the way. I mean i came to this country with a dollars in my pocket. A now Without even going to college. I have a venture backed business so only the us can make this happen. But but but let's let me let me give you an example you. You're enjoying all this freedom. I'm enjoying all this freedom. And imagine at you wake up in the morning. And and the kkk took over and an and they. They're all of a sudden you. Can't you have none of the freedoms that that you have before you know your culture's changed. Your clothing has changed your force to grow beard. You're forced to go to church your wife. Your.
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"That many in your family friends and many loved ones are now hostages of an evil regime and now that happened in a matter of days. Our guest today doesn't have to imagine any of that. This is one of the most powerful thought provoking and in some cases soul-crushing yet hopeful. Podcast i think you'll ever hear one of the things that has been lost in all of the discussion in the united states about the us withdrawal from afghanistan is there are very real human beings just like you and me thirty five million of them who've been left behind our guest today is new rula accoberry. He's an entrepreneur. Founder and ceo of a company called roslyn dot ai. And they're on a mission to use advanced technology to make a difference for students and education. He's also a former afghan refugee living in the united states of america. Right now as we speak nor is fighting to get about twenty members of his family out of kabul afghanistan and the future for his loved ones and the thirty five million afghanis and the roughly four million living in kabul is terrifyingly uncertain. Our hope is that this dialogue will help humanize the plight of the very real people in afghanistan who are suffering right now who want out and that this very real dialogue will be shared emailed tweeted and posted broadly in the united states. And i know this is crazy. And i know. Many people won't but i'd ask you to consider specifically emailing this podcast. To your member of congress your senator and yes even president biden himself because no matter what you think about the. Us is withdrawal in afghanistan. There are now thirty. Five million afghanis who are experiencing the most horrifying change imaginable in their limes through no fault of their own. Now nortel's us. As i just mentioned there about four million people in kabul many of whom helped in some way or work directly for the us who are now facing a terrifying reality in the taliban now nor grew up in a poor civil war era afghanistan his catalyst for his own personal transformation with the gift of a computer that first computer empowered nor to ultimately become an entrepreneur. Today he's three times successful launch. Put her while he was still in afghanistan. He worked as a translator and a political adviser for the us military and then he emigrated to the united states. So look no matter what you think about what you know about. What's going on in afghanistan. I promise this conversation you're about to hear will change you and will open your eyes and while at times. This is a tough conversation. I want you to know it's also very uplifting nor is an extraordinary guy and pay special attention to his thoughts on why he thinks the us more endanger now than it was before the withdrawal and why he feels blessed to be in the united states. and he's also going to tell you in detail what life is really like. Under taliban rule this is christopher. Lock all your different. And we are on a mission to showcase the power of repeal dialogues. We believe that only through real conversation can we gain real understanding and make our world different place. That's exactly what you're about to hear now heyhoe let's go. It sure is great to see you. Great to see you as well. Christopher thank you for inviting me and it's an honor to meet you. It's an honor to meet you too Now if it's okay with you. I'd like to start by asking How's your family terrified. They're currently in afghanistan in kabul. They are two or three of my sisters came to get her in our house and my father's house and a bigger house and at the recently went back to their houses. Because everybody thought on my got a massacres gonna happen though some terrified. You can't trust the tourists. No matter what they say so the family does not trust the taleban. No how can they when they took over a In the south they massacred one hundred people. They're doing the same thing in puncher value right now. When there is no cameras they go after those who they believe have aided the infidels and the foreigners and they killed him now. they don't do that. Currently in kabul and the main reason is there are so there haven't been the internet yet so people can take pictures and that will cause them trouble with international community but but the practice has always been to come after their enemies can them and take revenge solo at no. You can't trust the tourists. We've been hearing in the media here. Noor that the taliban has said they are not going to do that. That they're going to sort of turn the page and there will be no Attack on afghanis who. Maybe were translators or in one way or another. Were supportive of the american effort. There i hear you saying is if they're no cellphones around. That's not true. That is correct. I hope they stick to that. I hope that is true. At least people can can stay in their homes go on with their lives. No matter how unhappy they are. But if you don't believe something and you're doing it for the cameras. It is temporary so the moment you get to a place where people are not watching. You're gonna do. What your god tells you. But your religion tells you and their religion tells them that everybody who worked with the us military With the government our enemies and they must be well so walk me through nor the family members. You currently have back home in afghanistan who you're trying to get out so you've got you've three sisters your father and who else actually. Fortunately my father is here. But i have two sisters there. An assistant in in law and my uncles are there as well. The my older sister was a professor and an english teacher and she had the secret at girls school hosting. That's cool teaching. That's cool for girls in our home secretly when the taliban were last around. But now you're in the last twenty years. She was teaching mathematics and also teaching english For girls and she was also at working for my company as an assessment expert. She tested a lot of linguists. Who worked in the working with military. So she's pretty recognized in that way her husband is also was also working with the us military so and the most terrifying thing is that they're associated would make an. I am a pretty recognized name of their a.
"christopher " Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"America's cups nine ryder cups more than eighty grand slam tournaments You'll also have the eugene l. scott award given in memory of the late publisher of tennis week magazine and so with all of that under your belt and then writing sports biography. I wonder how as genre you translate the physical drama of tennis onto the page. You have to say. I've always thought that it was great to have a job that you can never quite Perfect or master and this is certainly one of them because you can always find a way to make another phone call or choose a better metaphor or a better description. So i think that is. The time is daunting and frustrating. But it's also inspiring because you can get better at this and so trying to get better in my mid fifties having done this for thirty plus years and all that all those road trips that you described takes awhile to sam. But i rogers case tennis can be challenging to write about. Because there's so much there's so many points and the points are relatively short and matches can last a long time. So i think you instead of getting readers blow by blow. You really have to synthesize and to find a way to capture the moment captured. The match is through Sending them up in terms of their style of play and the things that really come across from a visual standpoint. You're sitting there in the stands. And i've always tried to project that into my writing and i've tried to do that with this book as well. I really was conscious that people do not want to read about one hundred matches they wanted to read about. What made roger tick. What made nidal joke of its tick and where. They came from with their origin stories. That's what i tried to focus on and do you absolutely succeeded. Christopher clara thank you very much indeed. Thank you georgina. Real pleasure for me thanking the master. Brilliant career of roger federer by christopher clary is published by john murray. You've been listening to meet the writers. Thanks to the production team with nora whole only fisher and sophie monaghan coon's and you can download this show and previous episodes more website up from soundcloud mixed cloud or i tunes. I'm gina godwin. Thank you for listening..
"christopher " Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak
"Kinda get to see these peaks inside they come out and they try and tell the rest of us. i mean. imagine if you knew something like that and you're trying to tell everyone that you care about what you just heard everyone attacks you as a crazy person. How do you sound you. Sound like the media tax you government officials. They call you crazy. But you know what you've heard you know what you've witnessed and so people like christopher james are trying to do just that. They're trying to alert us to the fact that we are living in a moment where the people in charge do not have our in. This may be the understatement of the century. People who are in charge do not have our best interests at heart and it's not that you have to disbelieve everything. It's just that you have to kind of think for yourself. That's the difference people on the right if you wanna call it that whatever label you. Want to apply to these days people in the freedom movement or the patriot movement. It's not that they're necessarily telling you you have to believe us. They're just telling you you have to question the things that you're being heard because not everything that you're being told is accurate and not everything not everyone who is telling you. Those things is acting with your best interests in mind hop on over to the site and check out the rest of the discussion we go on christopher and i go on for another forty forty five minutes and it's all very very valuable information and information that you're gonna find very very useful and very very eye. Opening is really quite incredible. The work that christopher james does hop on over to the site check out the rest of the interview. That's our update for today. Thanks for taking the time until next time. Take care of yourselves in each other..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"Thanks for pressing play. Many of us would like to be more creative and some of us would like to make our living with our creativity but without legendary role models. Who are willing to get real and go deep about their making it happen. It's hard to learn what it really takes and today's dialogue. You're gonna find out and a lot more you see. Our guest is new york times. Bestselling fiction author of monster hits like wife twenty two the slipper year the valley of the moon melanie gideon and her. New book is one of the most anticipated fiction. Books of twenty twenty one. It's called did. I say you could go in our discussion. We dig into what it really takes to be a professional fiction writer. How melanie works on her craft like a real job. I think a lot of people think that you know white writers. Maybe just sit around and wait for inspiration. A hit or something. we also dig into. Why and how. Melanie has been able successfully shift genres and for the most partake fans with are and how that has meant that. She's taken a lot of risk with her writing because she's willing to go into new places. Also pay attention to why melanie thinks. It's okay to have the goal of entertaining people with writing now in this dialogue. You'll also hear my genuine affection for melanie you see. We've been friends for years. And i'm deeply honored that she is launching. Did i say you could go here on this podcast and if you care about creativity i think you're gonna fall in love with melanie to the way i have now. If you're one of her zillions of fans what you're about to hear is a very different window into this icon one that i don't think you've had before this is christopher locke. Follow your different podcast magazine. Says we're quote the.
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"If you don't want to feel that way. Stop thinking that way right and it's interesting. I have some of the younger women entrepreneurs. I've met in the last little bit. They do feel different. They're not worried about that. They're very strong. They're very clear and they don't seem to be concerned about coming in some negative way that Women some women have historically felt that if they're overconfident they're they're they're gonna be bitchy and all that i've even had people tell me hey don't have too many women on the podcast because people don't like listen to female voices what People have said that to me. You have too many women on your podcast and like go. Fuck yourself stop listening to the podcast i mean. Do you think that these younger women are the who are appearing to be more confident. Is that like the agenda zero kind of new generational thing or yeah Millennial millennials are now well into their thirties right and so Not so much the generation behind that but the the entrepreneurial women who are you know somewhere between twenty eight and in early forties I'm noticing feel a little bit different. They don't seem to be. It's just my sentiment so it's not based on data and one in particular. I talked to recently. And i just sort of said to her. I said hey you know you're really a very powerful moon and this is a hot topic and we're not that far past the whole metoo discussion and and i just asked her how she thinks about it and she said she really doesn't. She just is herself and this is how she is and this is why. She's an entrepreneur and she said i don't really think about it that much and if you don't like it you can kind of go f yourself right. Yeah i mean well good for her. I think another another thing that does Play into a how person is wired is in part their social circle there people who influenced them and how they were raised and i will say you know i've talked to you before about my parents. My parents are german emigrants. My father came to this. Country was sixty dollars in his pocket and my mother came six months later. You know with maybe five dollars in her pocket and my parents told me like you have to control your own destiny. There's no free lunch in life. And there they were chemists. They're scientists so they didn't they never believed in lock. You have to make your own luck and so every it's kind of like okay. We're just going to go balls out them like balls to the wall psych. If the if you're gonna pitch this company and you think they might be your first client you better damn well how everything buttoned up and you want you want to go. One hundred fifty percent. There is no ninety five percent right and do with feeling and conviction. And that's how. I coached all of my clients when they were giving presentations to press. It's how i wanted my employees to present themselves to our prospects. And i guess you embody that sort of as a measure of confidence right in your physical presence. Yup now clearly. I could talk to you forever and actually that wouldn't be. That wouldn't be a bad idea as love talking with you thank you. Are there any other things you'd want to touch on before we wrap up. Yeah i mean. I'm i'm honored that you read my book. I've loved our time together. I think what i want to convey is a message that when you fake it. You're just sabotaging yourself do the hard work. It takes a long time. Play the long game play at the right way and decide what sort of example you wanna leave for the rest of the world like for your children and for your employees and what example you know you wanna set and destiny i think is ultimately what people will say about you once you're gone right and the journey is all the little detail fills in the middle so don don fake it like. It's not worth it. Be sabrina horn. Just be the real deal. Be yourself either real. Deal be real. Yeah well sabrina. I can't thank you enough for this book. It's fantastic and the big thing i want to say. Thank you for is Last twenty five years. Yeah well thank you to. It's wonderful to still be friends with you and to have these conversations and i really look forward to having a little maybe short name with your whatever your you can have chardonnay and i'll have a whisky. We'll do just great. Yes i would love that and the center of the better hopefully very soon anything else sobrino no. I think that's a wrap christopher. Thank you so much you know. I adore you. I love you too. Thank you thank you sister. Okay bye honey. Take care of the by well there. She is the legendary sabrina horn and her new book. make it don't fake. It is out wherever you get legendary books today. And i highly recommend it. I loved reading it now. Legendary businesses of course our digital businesses and over the last few months. We've seen a massive difference in the companies that can accelerate their digital transformation from those. Who can't that's where my friends at spunk. Come in you. see spunk. Is the leader in data to everything. Spunk let's you build a more. Resilient organization accelerate your cloud driven transformation so that you can exceed customer expectations.
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"You have to be a leader. You have to be a doer. You have to be a decision maker or whatever the thing you have to do is but i'm curious as to how do you really feel about it. Just go did. I just go off there. It's okay it's i in a way i kinda feel like you do It's a very hot topic right now. And it imposter syndrome affects both men and women but in particular women and so. Let's start off with like okay. The basic definition of imposter syndrome. Is this really terrible. Feeling that you're undeserving. Somehow of your success and that you'll be exposed for a fraud that your success is due to good luck or good timing or because somebody did all the work for you. And there's different ways that can manifest itself right. I i had it and i didn't. I did not write about this in the book. I only maybe alluded to it. But it was a big lesson for me and i'll share the story if that's okay. Sabrina fall down any zebra. Whole wanna go Okay thank you. So when i sold the horn group to fend partners right after twenty years of being my own boss. I never had a boss and all of a sudden a friday. I was the ceo horn group and monday morning. I was the managing partner of global technology. Practice for a hundred million dollar company called finn partners and all of these people almost anointed me with this sort of quasi celebrity status. And they're were all these people on my email and they expected great things from me as they should but i thought to myself. Oh my god. I'm not what these people think i am. I just ran my little company for twenty four years. And i worked with these companies and i know and i know really well but i don't know what they're thinking about me. And what are their expectations of me and there was one day all never forget where i was in a meeting. With some people from accenture it was a new business pitch and there were people from my old team. And then people from finn partners around me who. I had just met that morning in. Who sort of looking the up and down like okay. Give us the show. Sabrina you know and the wizards here that we're in hand show yeah and christopher. I struggled introducing myself. I struggled telling someone else's story it wasn't my store anymore. Was there a story. I struggled even saying what my title was. And i didn't know what imposter syndrome wise but i'm pretty sure that was it. And it sucked. Because i felt like i was on another planet. I wasn't comfortable in my own clothes. I wasn't being successful. And i just wanted to push the reset button and and not that. The merger was very successful in everything. Worked out but it really messed with my head and so to stop feeling like an impostor the first step is to stop thinking like one as you said and you know what you have to..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"You to where you want to be at the next stage right and it's just like when you meet people and they've joined your company and they keep saying yeah you know when i was at the big horn accompany. We did this and we did. And i hear it like ten times a day when i was at big. Hana we did it this way when i n it's like you know what you're not there anymore. You're here with me now. And what worked there doesn't mean is necessarily going to work here so you have to take like experience matters and certainly expertise but you're so right. Christopher like what got you to to where you are today isn't gonna get you to where you wanna go. You have to take the best of all of that and leave the rest behind. Yes now one of the things that sort of get surfaced in your new book is something. We hear a lot about today. And it's something that Pisses me off on a pretty regular basis. And that's this thing called imposter syndrome. And everybody's like oh my imposters to these blogs and all these things hunting and a lot of ways your book is hey you know deal with imposter syndrome. Don't be a fucking and yes. I read all stuff. And i wanted to say. Hey listen doping. Impostor do the homework. Do the research get prepared train you know. Look at what athletes do look at. What the military does right. No you're going to win when you get on the playing field and so when it comes you might feel imposter syndrome in the beginning of something say oh somebody wants to give me a big jobber promotion. Maybe i don't feel ready. I relate to all that. We've all had experiences along those lines. And i understand there. Are things that you can do to get ourselves ready to take an exponential leap in our career and those are important things however my belief is if you feel like an impostor then do what you need to do to make sure. You're not an impostor before you get on the ice where the game's going to go down and you have to be not an impostor you have to be an expert..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"I i think the ceo averages five years so if cmo's are getting to four years that would be a huge breakthrough. i mean. I'm not saying that based on any research that i've seen but i feel like in the conversations i have at that level. People are staying in the chair a little longer. Let's good to hear. Yeah that's really good to hear. Do you ever think about going back. Christopher not for two seconds yeah now. I hung up my gloves. Come on i have no desire to. I got nothing left to prove. And most importantly i i love my life the way it is now i get to make a difference at scale through podcasting and writing. I do still a smidge not very much. But in very certain certain circumstances i'll do some advising and i still enjoy that Very much particularly under the right circumstances but no. I don't have any desire to do it. I don't frankly. I don't wanna work eighty hours a week. And that's what those jobs are. Yeah and You know. I'm at a different stage of my life like you are. I'm in the throw down the rope. Stage not continue to collect a merit badges stage. That's a good way of putting it. Well i mean. I've said this to you back then. And i said achieve the other day when we caught up briefly. What you've done with this podcast in your books is is incredible like crew. There's such you filled a hole in silicon valley with legends and losers and now with follow your different like it's it's a whole order of magnitude greater. I think it's terrific. Well thank you. Yeah and it's it's an incredible experiment. It's one that virtually everybody who is a quote unquote expert told me would fail Because you last time to listen to an hour. Long business podcast. Business people are busy. Were you need to edit that shit. Take out the takeout. You need to focus on the value bombs and all this other insanity and the truth is that you know this better than i do given given what you do. The average business podcast is complete as my friends over the pensee shite. Yeah i mean that's i think. Actually what makes your podcast. So charming and i love some of the comments that other people have posted. That don't seem to appreciate your brand of humor. But you know there's no bs in in your conversations and But it's also like really meaningful and thoughtful and there's practical advice in there For people so. I hope you. You never never stop doing that. I don't plan to I love the conversations too much. I really do. You know the people that i get to talk to our incredible and i learned a ton and as you know i'm dyslexic and so reading as a big commitment but as you can see by the posted that's in your book you know i read the books you know because the only people i have honor people who i think are doing great work who i'm curious about and therefore you know we have a lot of authors on i read. I don't know thirty forty bucks a year and that's a big commitment is a dyslexic. But i get to learn from you. And i get to learn from stanley mcchrystal and i get to learn from jim campbell. Who literally wrote the book on mehta off and on and on and on Yeah well thank you for reading it. Well thank you for writing it and you know really made happy just by the title because as you know i'm a student of language languaging and there's so many asinine things we say that most of us never think about and in business Fake attiya make. It is right at the top of that idiot asinine hill. He bet and actually do you remember you. Help me finalize the title..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"It's our newsletter We just found out that we broke into the top. One percent of business newsletters on sub. Stacks thank you if you're already listener and if you're not it's kind of like a the harvard business review written four and by pirates now without any further do heyhoe. Let's go took so sabrina horn. How are you. i'm good christopher how are you. i'm good. I'm very excited to spend this time with you. I've been looking forward to it for the last three weeks. I really have because we have such a history. We do have a history. It's over twenty five years. It is as it been that long. Well i met you soon. After came within ten minutes of getting off the plane. sf sfo owned so that was at least twenty five years ago. Yeah yeah you're right. Yeah time flies. Yes and i will never ever forget the schooling. You gave me the first time we had lunch. If we remember that. I i do and I watched the the last podcast. The first podcast that we did and i was howling because because of the story that you told i very much member it and you said to me you're the most direct communicator i've ever met and i told you what was going to happen. And you were like yeah. She did so and you're right. I thought you were very wrong at the time when you said to me. Listen i've been here for however long you've been here there's been two hundred twenty three. Cmo's in that time. And you're not gonna be here very long. And i am so. Listen up buddy sort of what you said. Yeah kinda sorta. I mean it but that that was also the the environment of that time right. I mean it's marketing. People had a shelf life of eighteen to twenty four months. Maybe maybe three years at the the most do you think it's any different today in silicon valley for cmo's and kind of marketing leaders. I think so. I think it's Might be up to like four years now..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different™
"Have to do like you just expressed yourself the way you are right. Then i come and see my friends. I come and see you. I'm i don't have a full doron right. So i wanted to mirror that i want to be like that. When i'm on halloween with friends and family. I can post anything. I'm i'm i don't have to think like five minutes before i post anything right. So it's the simplicity and automaticity of it right and every other platform has driven the opposite and it's become really extreme Maybe because of the ads that business that they have that the more views they have. And i don't know what that is but For us authenticity is big bottle via building. Another big part of it for me is i. I don't even know who most of my facebook friends are. So there's this all this junk in my feet. I i don't know how the junk gets into my feet and i sort of don't know who these fucking people are who showed up and so it begins to be ridiculous over time. It's like well. Why am my coming back to this thing. I have a. I have a friend of mine once said my is fellow. Say the problem is might feed is full of shit. We don't who said that. Michael guy said that one of our earlier conversations. We were trying to figure out. What problem do we solve. And michael says well. My feet is foolish. And so there's another element of this and if you guys don't wanna talk about this. Feel free to kick me under the table. But i remember when we first talked I got the sense and again. I don't know put words in your mouth. But i got the sense that you felt like somewhere.
"christopher " Discussed on MTR Podcasts
"There's this other gallery that i went to There's waller there was There's one called blue door gallery ludar. That's right there Yeah there's a few others that are kinda like stumbled stumbled into. And i think that's awesome building codes dan. We're getting his out here all right so now here. Here's the ball buster question. This is one of my. You kicked out of baltimore. No sorry i gotta do it. You know i. It's like that scene from american gangster. And he's like oh you come here you come across that bridge. That's the way i treat it. Come across the harbour. I don't know how you gonna get here all right so chicken box. What's what is on your chicken box. What are three things any. I understand you've got the fried chicken. Obviously what goes on your chicken in now. I'll be honest. It was my students who got me up on this. Because i when i saw them eating a ha was like this is no go like where i come from. We don't do catch up on chicken striding. Here's thing on the software and actually like it. I say i finally got the the the guys try and is pretty. I can rock it. Okay you know you got the answer right you know. I personally do not do minds that way. I'm a heathen i'm atypical. Is like is plagued. Part of i thing when you talk about atlanta or something like that. it's like this weirdos in atlanta. I'm in that part of baltimore's do hot sauce and western fries. The oldest stuff see. That's where i come from an x ray. Yeah that's what we do. I saw so. Yeah i was like when i saw them checks for chicken. Ways like this actually reunion if you go further down this is like i want to morgan right. And there was a fair amount of people from the dmv as they call it. I don't really call it but a fair amount of people in the area and you have people from up north in the way you will find out who's who nowadays don't accent and things like that you would find out what they put on a hassle so like the spot over there northwood. They will have mambo sauce hot sauce ketchup and then occasionally they like pork. Fried rice and i was like new yorkers eating as for that. We're just give me hot sauce. Give me louisiana hot sauce and we are all set. So that's all the questions. I got Anything that you want to shamelessly plug your your site. Where can you find your social media. All of that good stuff on my website is see that in dot com. So that's Season charlie t n. dot com in the end. My instagram handle is at seabed mccart. That's all one word so yeah Other than a super excited. I just got a juried into new american paintings. Odds one a data out there on rats sober gate about that. So yeah. I think that issue will come out At the beginning of june It's the south Issue number one. Fifty four i think is the name of it so look out for that and yeah that's it so i want to thank you again. For coming on his podcast. This has been a treat ally. Say i can't thank you enough for For having me. I really enjoy talking about art and yeah span of what you were. Minutes is synonymous much appreciated so for christopher bat. Chris batten i. I'm rob lee's and the dares are in and around baltimore. It's gotta look for.
"christopher " Discussed on The Schmidt List
"I died horribly there was blood everywhere. But now I've learned never to actually go into Babble with the point of the sword pointing at me or something like that. So, I mean there is value in being able to communicate learning and adjustment and how you have leveled up over time. Even if you leveled up in a job app That wasn't an experience design job and that might have been how you've improved your people skills how you learn to work with stakeholders. Now you were able to convince a a reluctance reluctant audience of the value of a new thing to try a new way to approach a problem or a solution. They were originally very hostile to these things are incredibly valuable and you have to be able to to your point. Tell that story. What did you do? Why were you doing nothing in the first place? What happened? And if you can tell those stories they don't have to be good stories for them to be valuable. Yeah. Well, I think to your point Christopher the the talking about the impact you have. I don't know if it's just a Midwestern thing or something. There's a lot of people that have a hard time explaining the value of their work or the impact of their work or the ROI of their work. It's much easier just to tell the story of what I did like I said, Followed these steps. I interviewed 12 people. I took those findings. I put them into a document and I presented them and then they did something with it. And that's a lot. I mean that's honestly that's more than half of the portfolios that I've seen more than half of the portfolios. It's more than half of the company website. It's not just your designer that's got this problem. It's agencies and the Consultants thought have this problem and and the fact is if you look at media, right? So what was the last show you binge-watched at what point was the story The Plot that was riveting you was we did a thing off because if you were a story can be summarized as I did a thing..
"christopher " Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio
"To talk to you. Christopher so. How'd you cook a steak on the grill? You and I've discussed before, and you basically disagree with everything. Most people think about how to cook a steak. Well a I learned to grow from my dad. My Dad learned to grill from his Dad, and his dad learned the grill from his dad. And that's the way most people learn to grill, and when you sit down, and you think about it, and you apply some current science principles to figure out that a lot of that stuff is just wrong, so let's start with a cut thin stakes thick steaks. which primal cutter we dealing with your well, you went right to the heart of the question right now. People always ask me how to cook steak, hot and fast low and slow, and it all depends on how thick it is now this is. Whenever you cook anything indoors outdoors. You do in a physics experiment and you're doing a chemistry experiment. This is physics. The steak is seventy percent water. It takes time for heat to move from the outside of the state to the inside of the steak, whether it's in a grill or an oven or a frying pan, the heat or it's actually better to think. Think of it is energy. The energy is on the outside of the steak, and it heats up the outside of the steak, but it doesn't penetrate the stake. It's heat that is stored in the outside of the steak that heats the inside of the steak. It moves from the outside of the center, so the warm air and your oven or grill is only. Only cooking outside of the state, the outside is takes like a capacitor or battery it just stores up the energy, and that moves to the center, so it takes longer for a thick steak to cook thin steak, obviously, but if it takes longer than you need to dial down the temperature on a thick steak, otherwise you burn the outside before you reach the. The ideal temperature on the inside, a medium rare state, which we know for a fact is most tender at one hundred thirty to one hundred and thirty five degrees. That's medium rare. You can tell whether digital thermometer. Right spot on the cutting to it. You don't have to poke it with your finger. You can stick it with a digital thermometer. Know precisely. But now okay. I liked argued people me, too. That's why you're on the show. Used a digital thermometer on steaks for years, but the thing I'm not sure about is. I know I pick it up with tongs. I insert the thermometer horizontally, but I gotTa tell you. If it's half an inch, one way or quarter inch and another way I might do five readings and get six results. Yeah, it's it's kind of hard. So how do.
"christopher " Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"The morning on Christopher cruising for John trout thirteen before the top of the hour a group of nine deported parents some of whom have been seen their children in a year and a half have been flown back to the U. S. under court order to be reunited with their children correspondent Jim rule pass that the group of nine were flown into Los Angeles International Airport in our view this is just the start ACLU attorney legal learn says even before the trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration and asylum seekers more than fifteen hundred children had been separated from their parents at the border we're searching all over the world in two thousand eighteen US district judge Dennis several ruled that the government was wrong and some asylum cases and ordered that any person who is misled or coerced into giving up their asylum rights and deported must be brought back and reunited with her children we have put in affidavits and looking at the forms the government spelled out in a lot of cases it's obvious but in those not so obvious cases of misleading or coercion the judge sided with the government now colored says he knows he'll need overwhelming evidence of things like immigration agents taking advantage of an asylum seeker for example not understanding English or we're told of the sign they and their children would be deported together but instead the child kept here in the parent deported these are just a few examples he says they've been able to prove one problem the government did not have a very good system for documenting the undocumented including where the parent was deported now they know the country but that's it at the end of the case the government admitted that they candidly did not keep track of the families and we're just not sure when we will be able to find them but we will not stop until we've oaks Austin every possible Avenue he says there is a lot of criticism in his and others efforts to reunite families and says he understands much of it United after World War two said never again will we send people back to harm we're not saying that everyone these individuals will ultimately be granted asylum but there has to be a process these families clean horrific violence and persecution forget all the abstract narrative about immigration and just think about the immigrants you know and ask yourself whether they fit the merit of all bad people that's coming out of the administration I think you'll find that immigrants are hard working they need our help and protection and we should not turn our back on us learn says he hopes with his first night to come in under the judge's order will compel the federal government to allow more to reunite with their children without further litigation general Los Angeles eleven before the top of the hour now in America in the morning a new low cost iPhone is going to mass production next month says correspondence got car those familiar with the plants they apple suppliers plan to start assembling the new low cost phones in February looking.