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"christopher martin" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast
"Off their loved ones. He's getting yeah. I'm sorry chris that'd be made. If anyone even hits me. I get angry i would be soon cranky and what about a eunuch here when you get stabbed you just bleed and die that all you do. I now take out their loved ones. I'll blade pfizer of ethics monster. Die while you're down family you live. I'm going to bleed joel wick. John week i am very john wick. I do believe yes. It takes to get me angry but if he tried to kill me. Yeah yeah that would work all right. I need to know exactly. Where or your family. I am taken you every new. Thank you very much. that's it oh that's my plan. I get nakir angry. I'm like my biggest. Love is scott driscoll in the valley. And then as soon as you sticker on scott driscoll you like i do actually love no stopping and it's like a sitcom where you have to like. No don't kill scott driscoll around until the story of my life that is rivalry to halfway through. The story should actually get it wrong. 'cause x. redcliffe impeach driscoll also leaves the greatest the greatest storytelling. I jump off the bridge. Kill myself and then scott emerges from a bush and then gives nakir one hundred bucks office in way say scott comes out of the bush puts on his christopher martin costume and he lives a double life as you ends well. That would be fun. Then he's part of in per mafia and have much sleep. Not chris living a double life. Strange the chris martin now sleeps all night. Disco sleep so weird that anyway canada's strangely sink always really close to each other and now and now christopher martin sounds exactly like. I've never seen them in this. I'm ruined together when he does yesterday on. Bury my body. My good friend chris and the same raymond scott looked at. Chris looked completely post really could make to. Chris was playing islamic. You just book shows whereas fuck. Why do i keep doing this diggings body. I always think i'd be like the family guy. Any fights chicken. Yeah that'd be it. I'd be whoever it was fighting. The moral tampa fed destig- all right today is episode. We are looking at utopia season. Three episode eleven directed by graham haba and written by russell davies originally aired on the bbc. Saturday june. two thousand and seven. We started we always do with a short synopsis. The doctor and martha arrive in cardiff. Two thousand seven recharge the tatas jack. Harkness tries to make contact with the doctor but ends up sending them to the father's reaches of time and space further than anytime would has been before here. The final remaining humans are surviving against the future kind professor. Yana and his assistant. Chantoiseau are preparing the rocket to them all to utopia the signal out amongst the dying stars and their last hope. The professor janas backstories mackey. He doesn't remember anything and he has a full watch. Similar to a chameleon arch in the end. The doctor will learn that. He and yana pretty simla. In fact you are not alone ana.
Ex-cop told onlooker Floyd was big, 'probably on something'
"Witness accounts and video with the murder trial of Derek Schoen show how that's spun out of control in the minutes leading up to the death of George Floyd if I would have just not taken them both it's kind of an aborted in testimony Minneapolis nineteen year old Christopher Martin explained how he immediately believe the twenty dollar bill George play gave him to pay for a pack of cigarettes was fake I kept having it and then I eventually told my manager bystander Charles McMillan tried to convince George Floyd to get in the squad car the decision was unique McMillan recognized your children from around the neighborhood control the falcons sizeable died it's probably not something Sheldon is charged with murder and manslaughter for kneeling on Floyd as he lay face down in handcuffs the defense has argued the show but did what he was trained to do and was distracted by a gathering in hostile crowd audio from the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king
Witness sobs watching video of Floyd struggling with officers
"Moment in court as witness Charles McMillion broke down in tears after seeing the video of officers forcing George Floyd into a squad car. McMillian came upon the scene last May and pleaded with George to comply with police. Prosecutors also played new video for the jury captured inside a neighborhood store where Floyd was accused of giving cashier Christopher Martin. A counterfeit $20 bill
"christopher martin" Discussed on WTOP
"Christopher Martin a counterfeit $20 bill that was planning to just put it on my time. And so I second guessed myself. As you can see in the video. I kept examining it. And then I eventually told my management that manager called Police joining us live to talk about it All. Sloan Martin, reporter for Double You see CEO in Minneapolis who's been updating us all week long on the events in this trial, Sloane could have you back. We want to talk about this, whether it's this cashier or other witnesses testifying today or yesterday Can you talk about the theme that seems to be emerging about how guilty these witnesses all feel that they let George Floyd down? It is the guilt and the trauma that they're still feeling. I think that is the name take away that I get from the prosecution witnesses is that the people who witnessed it firsthand, who were the bystanders or in the case of the clerk were somehow involved. Will feel trauma about this incident to this day, almost one year later, so today continued that same theme of what we heard from yesterday with those six different bystanders, including the firefighter who was off duty who felt like she had a duty herself. If someone trained as an E M s technician to be able to step in and provide him medical care, she said he needed Care right away and that needed to be rendered to him today. As you mentioned, we started out with that store clerk who said If I had not accepted that bill, this would have been avoided still feeling what he called disbelief and guilt at what happened. We also saw another bystander 61 year old Charles McMillan break down on the stand with police body camera video was played. Showing officers struggling to get Floyd into the back of a squad car. Floyd is pleading, saying he's claustrophobic. He has anxiety. He's pleading with them. He's apologizing and he broke down, he said. I felt helpless. I felt powerless. I just lost my mother as well. Ah break was taken in court and then later on today to add to all of this heaviness. The entirety of two officers. Police body camera videos are played in full showing the entirety of the incident from the very first time a gun is pulled on Floyd within seconds toe all the way when he has taken into the ambulance. Sloan. The emotion in this trial is just unending. What kind of an effect could that possibly have on the overall trial? I think back to what dear? When they were choosing the jury, and how many of the dirt that said they hadn't even really see much of the bystander video because it's extremely disturbing, very difficult to watch that they didn't think. Hey, I'm going to go look up. Ah, full version of that. No one really has the desire to do that. So for the during this has to be shocking and gut wrenching to see. So much in detail from start to finish on the timeline of what happened, and it's It's very hard to watch because you see a person who is clearly in distress. Who is pleading with officers who is apologetic toward them is saying, Please don't shoot me trying to bargain with them as well and to have so much of it played. Back to back to back the last two days have been extremely heavy with multiple angles of the bystander footage. Several were on scene filming and then right now to have that police body camera video to which shows and even more detail because you're right there up close. So you not only see from the very beginning where Floyd looks just confused and scared to be stopped by police and Didn't respond quickly enough. And that's why he had a gun very close to him from that former officer Thomas Layne, who approached the driver side door near cut food, so it's a lot to take in for sure. Sloane appreciate your help will talk to you to you again soon. Thanks much. Thank you. Thank you. Sloan Martin, Reporter for W. C, CEO in Minneapolis. 5 14. I'm Bob Marshall National Small Business Development Leader.
"christopher martin" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Official weather Station NewsRadio 1200 W Away. I under partly cloudy skies. It's 71 degrees, and it's four o'clock in news radio 1200 w away. I President Bynes unveiling a sweeping planned upgrade the nation's infrastructure. He traveled Pittsburgh and said his proposal will create good jobs, including union jobs. He called himself a union guy on President Biden, noting the devastating economic impacts of the ongoing Corona virus pandemic, saying it's time to rebuild even before the crisis passes. The president argued. It's time to rebuild the economy from the bottom up and the middle out. Not the top down at the more than $2 Trillion plan covers, transportation, manufacturing, schools, housing, water systems and digital infrastructure. The city of San Antonio is setting up a pilot program to help vulnerable groups. Get the cove in 19 vaccine, Doctor Phil back it with health care access, San Antonio says to get on the wait list you would call 311 and give them your information. Vaccinations connect to us and say. Hey, I got 500 vaccines. This is the group that I want that I saved for this population. Health care providers would tell the system how many shots they have in their matched with people in on the wait list, And if there are left overdoses, the names could be pulled by providers currently about 18% of the population is fully vaccinated. A six month old baby is recovering after a smuggler threw her out of a raft that was crossing the Rio Grande. Lieutenant Christopher Lee Vadas with the Texas Department of Public Safety, he says it's a tactic the bad guys used to avoid being caught. Mother and child pushed out of the draft by the smuggler into the river, and they were expected to swim across the mama clung to a tree branch. The two were rescued while the smuggler got away and they were part of a group of more than 200. State troopers are assisting the Border Patrol here in Texas who are encountering that surge and illegal immigration Senator John Cornyn is saying favorable things about a Houston area facility that temporarily houses migrant Children at the Texas Republican has visited the undisclosed location run by the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston Houston Corners says he visited with kids were Honduras and Guatemala who are being toured, tutored. And he says the science better managed, then the Migra facility he recently visited in Donna, Texas. A store clerk told the court he felt disbelief and guilt in the murder trial of the former Minneapolis police officer accused of killing George Floyd. Christopher Martin is the 19 year old employee of the Cup food stores that took the $20 bill believed to be counterfeit from Floyd. And Martin testified today he did not think Floyd knew the bill was a possible counterfeit. Marin said he wished he never accepted the bill instead of telling his manager, which led to police being called to the scene of former officer Derrick Show, was accused of killing Floyd last year by kneeling on his neck for about nine minutes. San Antonio spur Patty Mills is receiving the NBA Cares Community assist Award. That award recognizes a player each month. The best reflects the league and NBA players for giving back to their communities. Mill says he's using basketball to connect with kids at the end of the day. Bastable is only the vehicle for what you know we really want, and that's what people to be able to understand me. They are If you acknowledge their culture on D.
Store cashier expresses `disbelief, guilt' over George Floyd
"George Boyd was arrested for allegedly passing a counterfeit $20 bill to a convenience store cashier store video played in court Chode Floyd, laughing and talking with others in the store minutes before his death. Video outside of the store showed police officers taking Floyd out of a car in handcuffing him and his testimony. 19 year old Christopher Martin, who sold Floyd a pack of cigarettes, said he immediately believed the $20 bill that Floyd gave him was fake. But Floyd might not have known it and he regretted taking the bill it all, Martin said as he watched the deadly encounter between then Officer Derek Shobin and Floyd. He felt disbelief and
"christopher martin" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And welcome back to form Scott Shaffer here and talking this hour about homelessness and you audit from the state, not high grades for California in terms of how it's spending the money. Give us a call. If you would like to weigh in its 866733 67 86 our guests Aaron Baldessari from KQED and Christopher Martin from Housing, California and let's Go to Adam in San Francisco. You're first welcome. Hi. Thank you. I hoping that the guests I don't know what the report actually states about, Um Addiction as well as mental health issues. But it seems that as we focus on housing for homelessness, it creates a situation where there's very little ownership. There's very little accountability, and there's just a lot of Hand wringing about availability. So can the speakers speak to you know how much of the homeless population in California or in San Francisco actually would be served by a Affordable housing because there are other populations of homeless of seemingly have to deal with addiction as well as mental health to really take advantage of them. Well, that's a great question, And, in fact, let me use that question to transition to another report, which was in the San Francisco public Press this week, which says that nearly one out of 10 of every San Francisco permanent supportive housing unit and that's exactly the kind of housing That Adam is referring to the need for to give people supportive services who maybe have addiction problems or mental health problems. That one out of 10 of those units are are vacant. So, Aaron, what does that tell you? It's really emblematic of this larger issue that the audit points out, which is the disjointed nature of the delivery of homeless services in the state, and you know what the column pointed out, you know, needing to incorporate health services. With housing is certainly key, and I think that that is also what the audit is pointing out. You know, For example, if you're building let's say permanent, supportive housing with the type of addiction services on site that Be needed for some of the people saying there, you know, you have to go Toe one agency to get funding to build the actual building. You have to go to another agency to get a grant to operate the services. Maybe you have to go toe torno other state agency tol addiction, support services and mental health services. And so with this lack of coordination that makes all of that much harder because they have each grant has a different timeline. Maybe one's due in June, and others doing March that is due in October. They different reporting requirements. It becomes much more onerous for these organizations that are also trying to deliver the services and build the actual building to get all of that done when they're trying to navigate this very confusing Overlapping process where you're going to different agencies to get one Project built, whether that's a building or, um or or just trying to offer services to someone. Christopher, What would you add to that? I know folks who work for affordable housing. Agencies and they'll tell me, for example, they get frustrated in San Francisco in particular, but probably elsewhere where they go to one agency, say the planning department and get one answer about something and then the fire department tells them something different in terms of what the codes are, and so they have to kind of start over or delays, things. I mean, You know it for for a city and a state that says it wants to do better. It just seems like there there. There are a lot of stumbling blocks still. Yeah, I think you know Aaron Aaron hit on the head and that you know, we really need to kind of get to the effort of almost like a similar toe The term of like a one stop shop where people can come. On be able to access those resource is and streamline this effort and line up our applications and resource is because you know, we we certainly have quite a disjointed system. And it gets to the point of the need for that that kind of higher level of authority for the homeless, Coordinating and Financing council, too. So not only coordinate those reasons, but but identify those resource is, you know that was one of the things that the Coordinating Council was tasked with back in in the originating Bill SB 13 80, which was to identify the resource is we have available To address homelessness throughout our state. And you know that that feels like the first step we need to do, which is to kind of assess what we have and what the need we have is and then coordinate those resource is and be able to do that. We've we've seen efforts that have played out over the past, you know. A few years around the coordination between health services and housing, most notably, you know, there's no place like Home Act, which passed as proposition to a couple years ago, which was really looking at at at mental illness and supportive housing on been making those connections, But But we certainly you know, need TOC doing that on a more regular basis. With all of our our funding streams and making sure that we're utilizing both the health services, the substances treatment, you know, you know, even workforce, development services and other other needs that folks will have to be self sustainable, but also, you know, successful and supportive housing. Maintaining that housing so it Zab salute critical toe, provide the council that authority and be able to do those those kind of efforts. Lots of folks want to weigh in this morning and let's go down the central coast to Watsonville and Lisa, You're next welcome. Okay. I'm in Oakland, actually. Well, hello. I just wanted to talk about a barrier that no one seems to be talking about and personally have experienced this. As far as homelessness like I'm trying to rent an apartment as a single parent, and I don't have a credit score. That's worthy enough or I don't make three times the monthly went and that's what rental properties are asking for, who makes three times their monthly rent like No. One, and it's a huge barrier. If I didn't have another resource, I could technically be homeless because of that. I don't have good credit and especially after this pandemic. A lot of people's credit scores are going to be decimated like it is just not a sustainable way to vet applicants. And can someone speak to that? And why is no one talking about that? Because it's a huge, huge barrier for me and many, many other people. That is a great point, Aaron thoughts on that. I feel the collar. You know, as a surrender myself. It is exhausting looking for you know, whenever you have to look for a new place to live. And you know, unfortunately, because a lot of rental a lot of the rental stock is in the private market, there's you know, I don't know legally what the state could allow in terms of setting requirements because, you know Mental, You know, people who own property have certain rights to determine who gets to live where and their own vetting process that's determined by state law and the constitution as well. But You know, I think that there is this broader effort. Tolo push for More social housing, which is there is a bill in the state Legislature this year. That is, for the first time bringing up the idea of publicly funded housing. Or not just the very lowest income people. But for All you know any, you know, middle, you know, income people as well to take advantage of that would be funded, you know, built by the government, but, um A little bit more financially secure because they're funded by people who pay of a range of of rents and have the capacity to pay a range of France. And so that's a very interesting idea. They're very good models in other countries where this works very well in Austria in Singapore and other places. It's hasn't really been tried in the United States, but we'll see what happens with the state like you know this this legislation and where that goes, but there is certainly a cry out there for more affordable housing or housing that people can actually afford. Absolutely lease. A lot of folks are in that situation. Thanks very much for highlighting that. Let's go now to Los Angeles and Sharon, you're next. Hi. Good morning. Thank you so much for having this program. I had a question for Mr Martin. I was wondering if there's legislation being considered. Now, um For example, Assembly Bill 71 that he thinks my solve some of the problems that were highlighted in the audit report. This word. You know what Maybe 71 is? Of course, um, did your jobs. Yeah, of course on 80 71 is kind of building off an effort to to accomplish a lot of the goals that the state auditor pointed out, you know, most notably. It gets at some of the efforts around the authority for the Coordinating Council in the ability of the Coordinating Council to do a lot of those efforts, but it also includes a lot of work in there around, you know, getting at what the audit, you know, pointed out in terms of assessing need and gaps in our our system, both locally and at the state. And so I know that Bill would would require locals to do some Both the needs on gaps, analysis but also having the state do that and said metrics and.
"christopher martin" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"CJ envy. Angela Yee, Shall I mean together? We are the breakfast club. Now you've got a major announcement. Yes. So you know, I got my own day back in 2018 Angela Yay day And last year I had a nice event in person at Restoration Plaza and Brooklyn. Well this year I am doing a virtual Angela G Day. Now. The West Indian American Day Parade is not happening in New York this year, and we are celebrating that as well. So I've teamed up again with VP records. It also happens to be August 28th which is the day of the reggae gold 2020 album release. And we are gonna have a virtual events with performances by Christopher Martin. No APO A Cranium HOOD Celebrity Josh Ex Remain very girl, Queen Africa and a biddy man so super excited. Yes, for you guys to celebrate, And we're gonna have a nice dance hall in reggae party on August 28th. In addition to that we're going to be doing some special things with Ray and nephew. You know about Ray and nephew, right? Ah! Was Raymond and nephew. It is the amazing rum that they used to make a run punches. About 90% of what the room they drink in Jamaica is Rayanne nephew. So when you have a point, if you want an official when it's made were a nephew, so just know that also wing staff is also sponsoring again this year, So I'm just super excited to be able to bring this. I've been working really hard at getting this done. Everything is free. There'll be all kinds of incentives will also be celebrating black businesses on that day, So I'm excited to bring that to you so Thank you. August 20. Alright. Congratulations. Jesus. All right now, when we come back, we've got the positive notes. Don't move. It's the breakfast.
"christopher martin" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"Reboot? You can also follow us on twitter at Automation Alley. Today I'm joined by Dr Christopher Martin Director of Engineering at Robert Bosch. Chris is an innovator and entrepreneur specializing in the intersection of Internet and embedded technology. Were delighted to have you here. Welcome Chris. Thank you very much for having me today. Oh well we're happy to have you so you just present it to a group here at Automation Alley in one of our takeover series on artificial intelligence in the factory of the future. It sounds pretty ominous. But we'll get into that in just a minute as a global leader in connected industry. So what are some of the latest trends? Bosh is seeing in. Ai as it relates to manufacturing and and and related to that how is being used today in factories. And how do you envision it being used in the future? Sure I think it's it's an excellent question and one of the things that we talked about. Today's actually maybe. The opposite of of ominous were quite excited about the opportunities around around this and it has to do not. I think with the chances of of augmenting what we do. What humans do in the factory so when we're whether we're trying to diagnose problems or make things more efficient you know. How can we increase human perception capabilities through artificial intelligence specifically leveraging audio capabilities? That was one thing that we really tried to highlight today. for example. Some of the things that we were doing around automatically detecting faults or issues that come up In workflows or in factory lines These are the type of of experiments that we're already seeing successful results in at at this point. So did I hear you correctly in the presentation today that you're working with Carnegie Mellon on some of this technology? Yes absolutely so. They're an important collaboration partner for us in a number of different dimensions. One thing that we highlighted the study that we're doing together with them about looking at acoustic emissions that are inherent in the process of additive manufacturing specifically in metals based additive manufacturing and then being able to optimize the very complicated process variables that are associated with that and to potentially better understand these very complex manufacturing process. That is really cool stuff. This is really cool stuff so so a lot of the presentation today focused on audio pattern analysis and additive manufacturing process that you just alluded to can you walk us through how these capabilities can actually help manufacturers absolutely so. There's a number of different initiatives that Bosh has Internally and not just around audio so my team as part of our corporate research facility in Pittsburg Pennsylvania and we mentioned we work together with Carnegie Mellon. University is a very important partner But there's researchers and scientists and engineers all over the globe that are working on ai as part of our Bosh Global Center for artificial intelligence and really the manufacturing use cases in applications and benefits that we're seeing are really the pilot really the avant-garde of things were doing so again. There are a lot of this stuff is really about. Making data driven decisions and being able to identify inefficiencies reduced faults detect anomalies in across a wide range of manufacturing applications. I think this is one of the most exciting things that were that were seeing the promise of Ai. The promise of machine learning in these techniques in really working together with the plants themselves. I mean at the end of the day you know Bosh. It's it's hard you know we talk about. You know being a sensor company Iot company but we make things right. We make stuff all over the planet. Saad bless you and and we make things right here in the United States. Some of our lead plants. you know whether it's in Charleston or an Anderson in in these are the domain experts the manufacturing engineers those are partners working together with our AI specialists and experts helping to interpret that data helping to make sense of all those this technology. So so you talked about artificial intelligence machine. Learning that all is predicated on getting to the ability to actually get the data and and and make good decisions and create the right algorithms. How close are we to an autonomous Factory and what are the barriers to getting there from from a manufacturer's perspective? I think that we can talk about an autonomous factory similarly to when we talk about autonomous vehicle right there's different levels there's different functions that one can automate and so. I don't know about I. I can't really speak to say when will be the entire factory run itself and I don't know if that's necessarily something that that we look at as as a goal one of the things within the industry in general and you may have heard some of my colleagues talk about this. Is We really look at placing the human at the center of that? The operator the engineer at the center of that and so how can we help them do their job better not necessarily about replacing them? Or what more about augmenting their capabilities? in so to your question about where their automation opportunities. I think it's really about saying. Hey look you know. Why are we testing this thing multiple times when we really only tested once? Why are we? How can we combine the domain expertise of manufacturing engineer? Who can look at that data and then say oh? This makes sense. Or let's investigate this further. Or now I can better understand why. This defect is manifest manifesting itself so again combining the the the the best of human intelligence as well as that machine intelligence that can just look at so many more data point simultaneously in advise a human or adviser process engineer. On on how to better improve that manufacturers share our outlook on the world which is a machine learning it's going to augment the role of humans and make them much more productive and actually allow us to do a lot more with a lot less than that. That's really important. Yeah and then. That's absolutely brushes view. And I don't speak for myself in annexed ability and I really appreciate that I've worked for Bosch for maybe for almost twenty years now in various capacities and you really see that that human element Come across and in place that and so much work that we do fantastic so the last question. I have for you today Chris and by the way this is really good. I I really enjoy having you with us today. How will robots and AI impact the US labor economy in your opinion sorta? What will the relationship between humans and robots look like in the future? The reason why I asked this you is. It is probably one of the most asked questions I get from people in Academia in government in the legislators up in Michigan In Lansing. And they all come at it from a point of fear that says oh my gosh. Robots are coming and the autonomous factories. Coming what's your take on that you live in this space every day. So let me. Let me predicate this. Make sure that I give my absolutely my own opinion on. This and that opinion is very optimistic. I have to say so now mind you I. Of course I'm an engineer assigned to so perhaps it's also skewed because I'm working on privileged enough to work in say the RND sector But I kind of reflect back to this. I can't remember exactly it was it. Nineteen Ten's one of the most famous economists of all time John Keyes He wrote this treatise and he said you know in the future you know people work maybe twenty hours a week and only if they want to write you know so a little bit under this thing. Everything old is new again. We've always been fearful whether going back to that time or the Cotton Jenner. Whatever that like automation will somehow replace humans and some till now. It's never happened and somehow I believe that that there always be a need that human ingenuity will always be able to build upon itself with this automation with this technology. If we do it properly right. I'm not trying to say that. We run this thing unchecked. And then there's also clearly embedded in this invented relate for life mission for Bosh that we want to do this for the benefit of humanity Not Certainly not to the detriment but I firmly believe that this will create more and more opportunities just as it always has up until this point and I think John Maynard. Keynes predicted Uber. Because he said you know you're going to work twenty hours a week and only if you want to sounds a lot like the GIG economy. Yeah and and we also touched upon a little bit of that today too is around not when we talk about the GIG economy a lot of times. Refer to car sharing service or ride sharing services but there's also very much the rise of the information you. Konami too about how people can contribute to developing human knowledge and regardless of where they are on the planet and this we absolutely see is key to how this combination of machine and human intelligence we'll be combined for a greater good. I mean if you think about it. There is no machine intelligence without human intelligence the. Ai Only knows that's an orange. Or that's a caveat or that's a dog because some human somewhere told that that's robots and machines and automation artificial intelligence will only be as intelligent as we make it only benefit humanity in the ways that we choose to apply. That's right in fact it will always be artificial and what we teach it well. This was awesome. Thank you for joining US Chris and for those listening remember Automation Alley's tech takeovers. Take Place on Wednesdays here at our headquarters in Troy Michigan we also have the ability to do live streaming so you can tune right in And not even leave your desk get a cup of coffee tune in with US watch these tech takeovers and come here from industry experts like Chris as they discussed the latest opportunities and challenges related industry. Four point. -O again if you like what you heard. 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"christopher martin" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Gas and oil yeah another one I just wanna let the Chinese Lawrence bye Dearie out doing some type of mining I don't have the link straight that I can give you on something you can check out but they are there and it's part of the news so close they're basically I'll tell ya these fires that are happening I can tell you what the spires of for these fires were intentionally set this was not climate change their intensely set because they took advantage of the dry Pete and they'd set those on fire because they want to be able to exploit the oil and natural gas in the area because these are untapped resources and they're saying that it's time to exploit Beery because they've left it up to the to the ways of the cold for too long they want to be able to maintain a temperate climate in the various regions and just leave the cold way up north and have everything else below pretty Temperton bearable so they can extract methane and oil and other resources from the from the land and that's it for the doing thank you hi I'm glad I'm glad I can relate because there and I've never been to Alaska so but I've heard that you know things are happening there over the things happen in Canada this is I'll tell you this this is a perfect example of geo engineering and it's obvious to those who know anything about it those were experiencing do you know that this is geo engineering it is not climate change it's just not anywhere else you know densely lead to climate change because after thirty year period nothing but extreme weather we're gonna start seeing this in going yep the crime is changing after thirty years we've seen all this weird anomalous stuff but I know how long we can keep this up they they're gonna keep doing it until something back fires in this fire right now in the north could easily be that very thing that backfires creating all kinds of havoc all kinds of problems for us yeah Cathy thank you for the call I really appreciate it you bet take care yeah Cathy she knows she's been up there with those fires are and certainly a it's it's a dangerous thing this is this is the thing this is a big thing go to Randy in Washington high ready on ground zero hi quite how are you I'm doing well yeah my my first time caller long time listener this topic you're on the night brought something up in my mind that I saw on TV quite a while ago but it was on their work it was on the history channel or something but they were talking about biblical prophecy and climate change and and they were talking about what would happen if the permafrost in the arctic melted what real air and how much methane that would release and also if the oceans warmed up enough because there's a lot of methane frozen in the floor of the ocean it released enough of it it could like this guy on fire yeah well you know it's interesting you know those on occupied regions of Russia you see all the time on the maps what if you were to look at a satellite version of these maps you'd notice that when you look at Russia you see all the lights were these civilizations are on the planet you look at South America you look at Africa you look at all the places were like can be had so you have lights on the scene by satellites above the planet there's an area of Russia that's dark but every once in awhile you see this blue haze over it with salads forget you know that is that's methane exploding in the atmosphere there are so many high deposits of methane that they do ignite over these areas and makes it virtually level there are places in Russia where there've been holes craters that have blown out of the ground because of methane to positive fought out there and so there are places all over occasionally it bubbles up out of the floor of the ocean and will ignite the ocean they were saying something about that but she I I that's what I want I want it when you were talking about this topic that just popped into my head it was like I don't know six or eight years ago I saw some special on TV they are talking about biblical prophecy and about the sky burning right yeah what your closet and so I just thought I'd call and bring that up and also what is your next ground zero brown zero lounge I would really like to come media I think it's a ten the tenth of August will have one would be at the we're to have an event there in Oregon but then we'll work on some events to happen in Las Vegas I'll be listening for that events that could be happening in New York we're working on it the appearance in New York and maybe Colorado we're still working on appearance in Colorado so Colorado New York Las Vegas and well I live in Vancouver it'd be nothing to pop into the ground zero lounge there sure sure so yeah we are expanding I mean we do do the grounds are allowed just here in the northwest but that we want to do some in other areas so be listening for a chance to be involved with you're one of my heroes man you let us know about a lot of stuff nobody else was telling us about thank you thank you Randy refers you to it's great okay take care yeah it's I think it's August tenth for those of you that are close by they can come in Washington California Utah Nevada as they come in people come from all right so we come into grounds alone for Florida of all places it's amazing and we had of grants or loans and a lounge in Virginia that was really cool Mike in Kentucky you're on ground zero Hey quiet ground zero Nashville Tennessee Hey we're in northern Kentucky we're in what yeah Cincinnati bell yeah I'm we're in Cincinnati Ohio yeah eight nothing claimed is like fire right yes from the X. files episode I saw one time the hillbilly one when they take the lady up in the trunk at the end yeah yeah nothing glances like fire yeah that's true but one thing that knows about ahead of this move how you talked about Jill because out because albeit this kind of thing what are you you can secure this area what if you were securing the area ahead of a warm up and you knew it because because because that that the Vostok ice core samples were being initially read and tens of thousands of years and now what is it that that's their stance tens of hundreds of years well you know it makes you wonder why a what was about a year to go the United States was curious about how Russian intelligence are actually state intelligence was telling us about how Russia was establishing bases in the arctic the the military had moved in there and they were occupying parts of the arctic now why would they do that as well with the Chinese yes caller from allowed because actually these are in on this big time it's beyond silken road because the Chinese have plans to to go into Pakistan do mining and set up infrastructure and have a bit of based there right that's the that's the thing but this does what happened was is the guy that did three tours of the expedition to transport the core samples I heard today and it was really strange the next person that called was this guy board Christopher Martin who was a senior adviser to Margaret Thatcher he had the skinny off he's the guy that they they've kept out of any of that stuff inconvenient truth on this sort of thing so it is it could be all it's all three one is because it's always meant to be too because the geo causality will because when it causes with every day if you have a greenhouse in your backyard you know the effects of that condensation and everything else that goes with but it but there's that that third that the dish dexter element is is these guys course or two miles of ice core samples and they're saying when you read them now that the sun and I don't know this and I'm going off of something credible I can back these two sources at that but the sun was back at its most acted like a long time ago and that that aims he'll two levels existed in a very one.
"christopher martin" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"He's had a really tough time. Dylan Cherokee, moved to America and Trinidad when he was only seven years old, and he has been living with his mom and younger twin brothers. They both suffer from a serious heart condition. He's been in and out of homelessness throughout his life and still has managed to get accepted to over seventeen colleges. So congratulations to him. He said my family went through a lot. And there's been a lot of people saying you can't do that. Or you're not going to achieve this and me getting these acceptances kind of what I have been saying, I can't do it. And I will do it. I love to hear when people get start going into higher education and learning more, you know, so many people now say you don't need college. You just go out into the workforce. No, I think college helped me so much in the fact that this young man got accepted to seventeen schools and not only that the programs that we put in place in that we donate to that. We give money to to help people. This program has worked so. Congratulations. This is because of women rising nonprofit, and they actually plays the family and a permanent supportive housing, which gave him a place to study. And you know, he at least that imagine how difficult it is to be moving around to be homeless and then still trying to figure out. How can I apply to colleges and study and even just have peace of mind? So yeah. Congratulations to him. Absolutely. All right in Dallas general is opening nine hundred and seventy five new stores this year as well as remodeling one thousand oldest doors, this is at a time when their rival Family Dollar is actually closing stores. So there you go they're going to definitely be competing with stores like WalMart. Now, we used to my family, and I we do a lot of cool things at at Dollar General whistling you earlier that you know, me and my wife to spice up to the sexual our sex life. Sometimes what we do is we'll go to Dollar General, and we'll just get five dollars and whoever combined the most for five dollars. They get whatever sexual favors. They want later on a massage or something like that. Or you know, Gary v when he was up there. He told us something I did this with my kids too. I gave them five dollars, and they bought a bunch of things from Dollar General. And then they sold it on EBay for more money to see who can make the most money and whoever made the most money gets whatever, you know, Toyota video game, whatever they wanted. So I love Dollar General are that maybe you guys are doing role a Dollar General, which means like, hey, come here often, what's your name, you and your wife? I didn't think about it. And then she can put on a wig that they sell a Dollar General, and I didn't think about that year. But you know, what I'll be home on Sunday. And I haven't had in a week. So that could be I'm I'm gonna tell her to meet me, a Dollar, General you. I like the way you think he and today they sell does there, right? You always go too far right last front page news now when we come back eight hundred five eight five one zero five one now you had a guest on your lip service podcast. Okay. So yes on lip service. We had Christopher Martin. He's a reggae artist. He's from Jamaica. And I asked him this question. Have you ever had a girl that she was dating when I had to talk to you. Maybe. No, tell her. What's up, your friend? Does handle? It is not worth you losing your friend over because at the end of the day. I didn't do anything because at the end of the. She didn't tell you that night. All.
"christopher martin" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Welcome to the projection booth. I'm your host, Mike white. Join me once again as Mr. Patrick Bromley. Hello, mike. Thanks for having me back. Also back in the booth. This week is Mr. j Scott Smith, gentlemen, good to be here this week. We're discussing the nineteen ninety film from director writer regional huddling house party. Starring Christopher Reed. Christopher Martin aka kid 'n play. The former backup dancers of salt and pepper who became successes in their own rights as the title might give away. This is a film about a house party and the wild shenanigans surrounding it. It's also a lot more than just that. We'll be discussing the ins and outs at the film and the four other films that it inspired. So if you're afraid of spoilers, please beware. So Jay when was the first time you saw house party. And what did you think? Nineteen ninety. I ended up seeing it on Jess friend's house. The follow year nights ninety one. I was too little too young to have seen it in the theaters, but friend of mine got a hold of him we wash it for the first time, and it was and then the funny thing about seeing movie, Dan as opposed to kind of re watching it now. And by the way, it's insane that nineteen ninety is almost thirty years ago now, but. To see that movie. It was it was why can that line of the movie coming out earlier in the nineties where you have the the black comedy movies from the way brothers, and now you house party. But I thought the most about it was I'm thinking is this what it's going to be like what I'm in high school Laurent in college. And it's a really cool berry. It's very nineties. I mean, I watched it again recently just to kind of get refreshed on it. It's startling. How how much things changed when I say that I really liked the movie the first time, I saw it was super cool now just gives me all sorts of nostalgia seeing it because it just takes me right back to where I was when I was eleven twelve years old and watching the older kids who were going to house parties and having all kinds of fun and doing different stuff like that. How about you Patrick? I honestly didn't see it until probably like the mid two thousands. I didn't catch it as a kid because I was just I had a pop culture awareness of kid in play. But you know, didn't really know their music because at that point my whole world was probably like the teenage mutant ninja turtles movie. So. It wasn't until like the mid two thousand I had read this book called why we make movies, which was a book of interviews and profiles on black filmmakers, and there's a whole thing about Reginald huddled in the way that house party was spoken about. I was like, oh, maybe I really need to check this movie out. So I went and blind bought the DVD and watched it, and I was like, okay. Yeah. That's how party that's fun. But yet very nineties, and I had a much different reaction to it. This time it was it was very interesting to watch it probably ten or fifteen years after that initial viewing. And I I had a whole new appreciation for it. So apparently, I'm the old man of the group because I saw this one I saw one two three and class act all theatrically. And when I saw them, I was probably I think I was eighteen when house party one came out and absolutely loved it. I was a little familiar with Robin Harris. I was. Pretty familiar with kid and play though, I don't think I owned any of their albums. I remember liking Lada salt'n'pepa, but again, I didn't have their albums. I was more into like run DMC. So of course, I saw tougher than leather. I was more into public enemy a little bit harder stuff than what kid play we're doing. But I always liked the look and I loved kids funky fresh high top fade that he had going on..
"christopher martin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"Oh yeah we said it christopher martin new said what's the name was leased mcdonnell oh she was married to christopher martin's from hidden play that's the dark skin one that the light skin one because i think birthday name's crystal in then if you look so there's a whole so now we're gonna focus on a cast okay so let's do the cats living thing when every firm because they just rebooted it back on hulu not too long ago and i know we have all been a living single vortex in so the root actually did a article on living single and where are they now we know that queen latifah is out here making music she produced a black remake of steel magnolias i have not seen i've neither the original nor the remake did you i thought did see the tv movie for lifetime it was it was i expected it to be but it did have a killer i think i watched because alfie woodard and felicia was shot were in it so some real heavy hitters in it right so it was like i have to watch this off gp absolutely i think i will watch it again i mean but it was it was a queen latifah movie on lifetime so and then she did she had she had her own talk show for awhile in she was doing single ladies i don't know if you used to watch single ladies i shape producing ladies and she also produced.
"christopher martin" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"There was a party at uconn when i was a yukon the blacks to the union had a party every history call the mahogany ball one year the theme was like celebrity red carpeting dressed up like our favorite celebrities was toni childs let us allies in with all but yes where do we know where lineas what is led to persia white lynn is singing linen the band and making music you know music and in living her best gothic hippie life in yeah that's that's pretty much doing at this point she's she's making music either she's not really doing alright i can dig it what's what's the next show next we have coming to oh yeah i'm excited when queen queens queens so keying wanted to focus civically on lisa import trees martell patrice because her messier's what she's doing without throughout the found but lisa make dow i i feel like i've seen her recently on has have not not that i think about it she was the tree i feel like i've not seen her anywhere without is because she is not behind the scenes as a production assistant oh work portrays work work is working behind the scenes on a few smaller projects but she is working and that's all we're happy to hear that's really all we ask for who hot in the pence tree so she did marry oh lease down mary christopher martin divorced ninety five she wasn't belly just in on but it will.
"christopher martin" Discussed on NPR News Now
"The chairman of korean airlines has apologized to the south korean people and to his employees's after one of his daughters allegedly threw a glass of water at an executive during a business meeting the bbc's catherine davis reports the chairman's two daughters will step down the media from their positions at the company once again the chairman's dote is making headlines fest they was not rage when the eldest one forced a plane to return to its gate because of the way the crew had said ten nuts jailed briefly she then made a coporate comeback now youngest sister's in the spotlight for what's become known as water rage she's apologize for her behavior but the incident has reopened a national debate about the korean business system despite cools for foam it's still dominated by huge family run business empires which have been criticized for the excess and entitled culture the bbc is catherine davis reporting you're listening to npr news in washington in california the state auditor says california is doing a poor job of housing it's homeless population and needs to provide statewide leadership to address the situation capital public radio's chris nichols has more on the auditor's report to lawmakers the report says california lacks strong state leadership to solve its growing homelessness crisis it has no permanent staff and no strategic plan for the only state entity that coordinates homeless services christopher martin with the advocacy group housing california says the state needs to fund more comprehensive services including permanent housing for the homeless and until we start to look at those models and start to invest as a state we're just going to be putting bandaids on a problem california has approximately one hundred and thirty four thousand homeless people or one quarter of the nation's total officials blamed the lack of affordable housing for driving more people onto the streets for npr news i'm chris nichols in sacramento after.
"christopher martin" Discussed on No Agenda
"Yeah kevin johnson six ellen g liquid natural gas gotcha seventy three's my friend all good you seventythree everybody so threes om christopher martin's another ham w a seven see xenon i think i am olympia washington yeah i haven't note i think i'll take a look at this we don't have a lot of donors seventy three's in eights i'm a longtime listener firsttime donor thank you mr curry and yourself for keeping this millennial woke these deduce me we can do that right away been deed douched also some jobs permit to my fellow engineers who are losing their jobs to team reorganize cost reduction finally i'd like to get an order of helping of mac and cheese now to mr curry i'd put your jobs thing at the end not mister curry admit his ot g pager idea i'd meyer his owed t g pedroia idea but pagers transmit in clear text a cheap software defined radio with gm new radio canoe in decode transmission so it's straight c n track ability speaking of tracking i will be on a holiday in july plan to be visiting the netherlands each suggestions for tourist activities yeah semi note and i'll send you couple and that immigrate by the way that is also a downside to the pager idea i totally agree i didn't know that yeah yeah it's it's really just like a it's kind of like like a catch system you know so it's just looking for its cap code to come by always receiving than sees it goes this is for me and sucks in that one particular message and then reports that it has a new message in sending back basically doing the reverse so yes completely clear texting there's this should be like a pretty big fire going on here at the old place which i can see from here it's like your old places on fire.
"christopher martin" Discussed on NPR News Now
"Abusive saint martin's episcopal church were filled first lady melania trump sat beside the obamas in the clintons as friends and family shared memories of barbara bush her friend susan garrett baker spoke of bush's dedications literacy and being pen pals with strangers former florida governor jeb bush just spoke of her as mom mom got a su are difficult times with consistent take it to the bank unconditional but tough love she called her style a benevolent dictatorship but honestly it wasn't always benevolent he said she told him i don't wanna leave your dad but i know i'll be in a beautiful place sasha anger npr news republican congressman steve scalise is out of the hospital and recovering at home after a successful follow up surgery surgery monday on continuing treatment for wounds suffered at a shooting at a gop baseball practice in virginia last june he suffered shattered bones and damage to internal organs you're listening to npr news from washington california is doing a poor job of housing it's homeless population and needs to provide statewide leadership to address the situation that's according to the states auditor which notes california leads the nation in homeless population capital public radio's chris nichols has more the report says california lacks strong state leadership to solve its growing homelessness crisis it has no permanent staff and no strategic plan for the only state entity that coordinates homeless services christopher martin with the advocacy group housing california says the state needs to fund more comprehensive services including permanent housing for the homeless and until we start to look at those models and start to invest as a state we're just going to be putting bandaids on a problem california has approximately one hundred and thirty four thousand homeless people or one quarter of the nation's total officials blamed the lack of affordable housing for driving more people onto the streets for npr news i'm chris nichols.
"christopher martin" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show
"It was a gun at the behest of the hillary clinton campaign working through fusion gps and that the doj and the fbi basically took a piece of apple research put together by hillary clinton and then use that as a basis to surveilled trump now the implication is that this is sort of the the poisonous tree in the root of the poisonous free and that should destroy the entire muller russia in collusion investigation that apparently is not true the nunez memo includes sort of buried in their information that suggests that the investigation predated the carter page fis a warrant issue so two things can be true once the fire fbi and doj could be corrupt the fbi ngo jake had been working with hillary clinton on the cut her car page thing and it is also possible but the investigation is more than just carter page and that this doesn't kill the investigation but that's that's the really short story here okay christopher martin says while it is obvious the democrats have painted themselves into an ideological corner with regard to the president do you see an opportunity for them to seek common ground with republicans in congress i think it's highly unlikely because any common ground they find with republicans in congress will end up being common ground with trump they've obviously decided they would rather not legalise one point eight million illegal immigrants than even conceive of making some sort of deal with trump so that's sort of an astonishing political move on their part because trump either is gonna pass proposals or he won't these unable to pass good proposals because democrat stymie it and he puts forward a bunch of you friendly bipartisan proposals and democrats just keep pushing back it's not going to renounce their benefit jc says dear mr shapiro and a south african citizen recently emigrated to the united states because i like you believe america's the greatest experiment human history my question is regarding the.
"christopher martin" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"It will be hey there this is jonthan strickland i'm the host of textile flurry explore all things technology including the serious and the waxy wanna know where your favorite tech means come from the episode about it check it out on the apple podcast south like what you hear subscribe to the show a moment fellow the internet and welcome disease and thirteen episode to of dust dailies i guy ya for january night two thousand eighteen money ms jack o'brien aka monty python life o'brien that courtesy of meister smudge and i'm joined has always buy miko mr miles grey to blame on those grease bruin added ademi energetic you from christopher martin of coldplay uh for that who suggested yes that was it legit chris remarkable play player not someone on twitter coming under the fan but he was get that these contribute end placate as and we are thrilled to be joined in our third seat for the first time the hilarious comedian and co host the best dealt past with craft favorite jamie loft just uh please welcome cape under onto day i think having me for being here of what is something from your search history that has revealing vet who you are oh um i recently search for porgy which is a combination of aid organic where he does like oh did anyone come up with this idea yet because i pretty sure i i made this a and then someone had already owes you doing that thing where it's like did i just come up with some very exactly and i think i had to make sure i didn't feel it but parallel thinking someone had already you know photoshop the face of yup there is a favorite poor guy who body but i don't think anyone has photo shopped the face of a corgi onto a porguese body while i would like to trademark that right now aren't.
"christopher martin" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Am i even caused more go to the the reason why i say this is leading up to my rating because i'm almost between as far as the the movies have come out the been entertaining they've been they've been a lot of fun of the i like a toy even like justice lee eleven as i love sapiro movies but between ars between the the the big movies that are coming out that a following the same formula system people caught in each other for for their superhero movies the cop in each other trying to create a universe arms give the just for creativity i give it like a rental man the movie in the industry right now is really trying to copy off of a proven formula in his hindering the the the the creativity marble as much as i love them they are sticking to certain formulas in ist is showing so yeah i mean against you know this is there for you christopher martin in your martin in good winning guards but no doubt way on a little bit gives gone off of it as entertainment standpoint um you know i liked justice lee um like thor but thought was great um um was the but that returned eta while i was a last djeddai at the tail yeah the relatively stars air was in the fan at add an hour out to say a rental right there with un not for the fact that uh you know that day there's so much you put in as far as you know feeling the fatigues epidemic alexei i'm looking at at the entertainment staff what did i watch it that i like it i think it was um i'd see rental just because allowed to steal uh what they're showing you know isn't detaining but the same time it was like okay what's decks you know it's it's not holding its weight as far as a single movie you expecting another movie to help that other movie out or your watch this mood to get to another movie you know what i mean end that swiss khanna in doing it for me.