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"crispell" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"Do you desire a competitive advantage delivered. Weekly that will help propel you into the next level of yourself or business. Then you've come to the right place. Welcome to the life is now podcast. This podcast is all about inspiring motivating and lifting people spirits. So you can find your new possibility. We show you how to transform your life through the power of authenticity and music. Now here's your host michael crespo. Welcome to the life is now podcast. I'm your host michael crispell. good morning. Good evening good day. Wherever you at all over the world just wanted to wish you a great day. Good morning a great week. An amazing year and i wanted to thank each and every one of you for the new members have joined the podcast community over here at the life is now community welcome. It's been five years. And i'm very grateful thankful to each and every one of you and if it's possible you can share up this podcast on social media. You can tell your friends if you can hop over to apple podcasts. Leave us a written a review. What you think about this podcast rate. This podcast it would help us tremendously in moving forward because here. We believe that if we're are not growing than we are dying. This morning's podcast episode really excited. It's titled life gratitude month and here in the life is now podcast. We show our gratitude. And i just wanted to have a quick conversation with you guys because i am in full gratitude for living. I am in full gratitude for my family or my friends. I in influ gratitude. I i feel like this every day. Not only on thanksgiving. But i don't know if it's me. But i feel like this year has passed by so fast. It has flown by and here. We are halloween. Just finished it's november. It's the gratitude month. It's thanksgiving and we're gonna move into christmas and then we're gonna move into new year's eve and i'm not gonna even go there because it's like you go to these stores and you see christmas decorations already. And we haven't even celebrated like thanksgiving but you know. I'm in full gratitude. Because i am grateful for every day. I'm grateful for living the life that i live and i'm excited i don't know about you. November is a beautiful month to give. Thanks and to show your gratitude to your co-workers to your family to your friends people around you and for me. I believe life is now and i believe this is life gratitude month and i believe that we should constantly live in. Gratitude live being thankful to people every day every week all year round not only on november. But i did want to highlight life gratitude month because i am grateful to all you guys have been on this podcast journey with me We have both learned together. We have both laughs together. We both cried some of you. That i don't see and i am not connected with I'm really for you guys. You guys have shared how this podcast has moved your life in such a way and in a big thank you to jean-marie you know who you are. Jeanne amaury very grateful for your comment for your message and how you say how this podcast of makes you feel great every morning. It's it's a positive inspiration. And i just wanted to tell you. Thank you because you know being on a podcast is a choice that we all get to make. And it's a personal choice you can hop on any podcast any tv show any radio station. But if you're choosing the life is now podcast you've made this choice and it's a personal choice and i don't take it lightly and i just wanna say thank you from the bottom of my heart jeanmarie. Thank you to everyone that has tuned in thank you for everyone that has shared their stories that has shown me how much this podcast has become a tool in your everyday life and as much as this podcast has become a tool for you guys. It has become a tremendous tool for me. Because this is a reflection of who i am and my life and i'm truly grateful truly excited and you know and believe it or not. There are days that we feel like. Maybe we don't wanna get out of bed. There are days that we are angry. They are days that we are upset. Social media toxic people people that are measurable. there's so many things that go on in life but you know i try to stay in a positive mindset. I try to stay in positive actions. I always try my best to stay in gratitude and and be thankful to everything around me because so many people have passed away. I mean i heard yesterday on the radio stations. Ten wins five. Million people have been accounted. Who have passed away due to kobe. And i wish their families well break for them. I pray for each and every one of you. Even if i don't know you don't see you. I still pray. You know because i don't take life lightly. I appreciate the love of my life patricia. Cousy oh i appreciate my daughter. My dog a beautiful my son. Mikey my daughter. Geneva crespo you know everybody that's around us Very grateful to each and every one of you and as i do this episode Sometimes i get emotional. Because because i was that person right. We didn't know whether we would be here tomorrow. I i went through kobe and it.
"crispell" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"My best life right now but i want you to know the girl. The love of my life poker patricia mafia. N- say like she was there. When i was feeling my ugliest and my darkest and i was unhealthy. My back was hurting. My knee was hurting high. High blood pressure would feel horrible about myself. She loved me back then. She loves me the same right now. I look great. I feel but for me that showed me that. That is real depth of love. That was somebody looking beyond what. I looked like externally. That was someone that loved me for. Who i am for the real me for the real michael crispell and that my friend is priceless. And when you find people like that in your life don't let them go hold onto them because they're loving you for who. You are no matter what it looks like. And i always thought like i'm not i'm not fat. I'm not overweight. I'm not unhealthy. But i always was but i wouldn't see but when you now that i'm at this place in my life i get to see that that person loved me for who. I was no matter what no matter what people said to me. No matter how. I looked like no matter how i felt no matter how sad and depressed and miserable. I felt about myself. She loved me no matter what and she still loves me today so it was never about what i looked like. It was never about what i had. It was about who i was and that my friend is real love. So what's my tool for you guys. You know just love people for who they are. Meet them where they're at and sometimes or people need is hug love kiss and just say it's okay what you're going through today. It's okay but no matter what you're going to baby. I'm going to be here at the end of it. All wanna cry. We cry won a few down. We'll both be done. But just understand that. I'm gonna be here all the way to the end no matter what. And that's where you will find real happiness. Thank you ladies and gentlemen this episode as you can feel came from a heart. Thank you for joining. The life is now podcast. Please follow me on my instagram page. Life is now podcast on twitter. Find us on facebook. Life is now podcast. Connect with us. We want to always support you in your journey. No matter what it is. You're going through please. You can find this podcast. Tele friend telephone iheartradio amazon apple podcasting spotify. And if you can please go over to Apple podcast right a in review. What you feel about this podcast whether it's good whether it was bad. What is your experience. I would love to hear from you guys. Thank you so much from the bottom. A heart love hard. Love harder hoax. Somebody today make a difference in. Somebody's life because life his nap..
"crispell" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long
"The movie ended up being a classic. What was that like. What was the aftermath of it. Like you said you worked for. Why was that at all conscious was that did you wanna finish school. It was a tricky thing. Because you know kate was on such a trajectory. She was so ready to remove issue television for a long time and she was like now. Here's my movie. And what's next thing you know. And it was very excited for kate and she'd been looking very hot rod and it was almost impossible for me to be like. Oh me too. You know i'm jumping in now when you've been doing this you were in theater school run. You've been proficiently acting. You're twelve years old and here. I am on my fist. Ever thing i. It's very difficult for me to feel entitled to any of them accents and everybody was very very very careful with me. A lot of young actors in new zealand to do one movie and be absolutely amazing and then not have other opportunities. Just wasn't that much being made and the chances of another movie being made the right for you was so slim. The now there was this young actress mind go to occur bell and she was once were warriors and she was so incredible and she should've never stopped working in. She's working now. She's and stuff but you know for a long time and when those opportunities near should have been and so everyone was like you know it might not nothing else may ever happen. Go back to school done. It carried away. Who who are the people saying this. Who's of every purchasers. Peter wife frame just your your parents weigh in at all or any in your family like guiding that decision cairns went there was take myself in another city not going to head so that alone must have been this great. It's like a big cemetery exactly. It was great. Yeah my my parents. Nobody was an actor. They didn't understand. My dad was terrified. There was never make money. Roy about you know my mother's very interested in like glamour glamorous. About the rest of it she started like. That's your job. I guess you know. I didn't really have anybody who was like. Here's how you do it. Or here's a people. So many people saw that movie. I just imagined like it must have reached casting people in the states and producers. Who took notice of your performance that it was such a you know brits different thing you know it wasn't we went like connected by the true. It was very you know. I lived in new zealand. I had an accident. Also there is a very particular look in the nineteenth for women who are acting and it was like very thin very blonde. I just didn't fit into the thing that was popular. Interestingly like i. I've always thought of you. I thought i think you look so much like drew and your next movie ended up being playing one of her sisters right never after. Yeah i was like a one of the skip system to steps so it was not like a biological glenrothes rights right. There was like kind of resemblance so when we the frame that each other at felt sort of like family again. I mean i have to say the moments in lady the man out september. Seventeenth that You you are channelling her. There's and i think. I said this tian said i are. Maybe i did excited to get in your head about it but Did you know could Have you heard that has have you guys talked about that similarity has has it been addressed. Think so. I got remember a name to me. That's crazy like i have sort of said that sedan on decide i think. She's so stunningly beautiful and she's so herself like there's nobody like. I don't know what i made just yours. You must have hit it off right away. We really did i. I was kind of shocked. Because i was like. Oh my god you know as my mistaken like real job was such a big deal to me. That i had gotten another job. That was four years after heavenly creatures well and that was in london and was in the south of france. How cool in the south of france and a bunch of shadows and beautiful castle and we just had dinner parties every weekend and went to weird french nightclubs and drank a bunch of wine and it was just like a dream is the dream about so then after that. How quickly was the next part of your career. Like how quickly did you transition to the next part. Was that now off to the races. Kind of was i stabbed auditioning a lot more and i had done a few additions from museum but it was such a big. I would have to make a tight and send in type in there. Were there was one time where. I flew over to audition for the cripple with daniel day. Lewis and that was. I could say moment for me to be allowed to be in the room. What's daniel day. Lewis is my god now. We talk about them a lot in the what. What was that lake. He was so kind and berry berry prison. I didn't know if he was just and character already was for a smaller pattern. The crispell i'm one of the girls who accuses his wife. Yeah a very emotional Saying and he was so prison. Like i just thought it was. It was just like in those additions for your like. I honestly don't care what happens. This is one of the greatest moments of my life. Just this and i have to just be thankful for this. And they really bummed. Didn't have one of those. Yeah yeah and i think that was like a real turning point for me. I was like okay. Everyone can hang. Yeah nobody was like. What are you doing here. You know imposter syndrome starts to lessen. Yeah yeah that's always like kind of fascinates me about you because you are so gifted but you are like you said you're shy. I mean people might. I think people are always. I'm always surprised to me. Shy actors especially shy talented ones. And i always wonder.
"crispell" Discussed on Life Is Now Podcast
"Do you truly wake up every morning. Feel grateful few gratitude. Feel happy for the person you are or. Is there something else in life that you have not done that you have not accomplished. Do you have a bucket list of things you want to do. Things that make you feel so happy and this may seem cliche. This may seem very very basic very standard. But are you really happy. And if you're not. I want you to take a look at why you're not happy. Are you allowing someone to dumb. Your happiness down. Are you not doing the things in your life that you want to do based on people that you're with based on people that are around you. Why is it a you are not happy. Why is it that even if you are alone which all of us are not alone. There's always people around. This is always god. That's what i believe in. Why do you believe that. Why do you allow that self. Talk to get into your head. Sometimes i see people in relationships. I was one where i dumb myself down and not truly be who i am and truly find that genuine authentic happiness just to make somebody else happy. Who are you making happy in your life that you're not happy. Remember if you choose not to love yourself. There's absolutely no way you can love somebody else you know. It's it's. I can't save your life if i don't save my own. I can't be happy if i'm not happy myself. How can i actually make people happy. Just just look at robin williams story how. He was an incredible incredible actor. Who's a millionaire billionaire. You successful every aspect of his life. Tv commercials stand up comedy and he was always making every body happy all over the world except for himself. He hung himself. He took his life away because he wasn't happy. My heart is heavy. As i'm saying this because there are a lot of people that are not happy and they go on life not being happy why not choose to live your best life right now. Don't be afraid of losing people losing things around you because if this pandemic over the past year has not shown all of us that tomorrow is not promised life is not promised life is what you make of it. I don't know what else will do it now. Live in the moment right. Now get a piece of paper. Write down ten things or even five things that you love to do. That makes you happy if if the person you're with of the people that are around you don't make you happy. Make that choice today to move away from those people. Look for your happiness because it hurts my heart to to see people not happy hurts my heart to see people dumbed down who they really are because the person that they may be with may few that they're too much for them all. Your family may feel like you're too much or your your friends. Your co workers. Your act acting obnoxious. Know if that's who you are and you love who you are live your life. Don't let nobody judge you for who you are. You know the down inside who you are. And that's a beautiful soul. That is a beautiful person. And you're probably wondering what the hell does michael crispell. No four o'clock in the morning. You know why i know. Because you're listening to this podcast and this podcast is all about inspiring lifting and motivating people. It's not for weak minded people. It's not for people that don't want more for their for their lives. It's for people that wanna keep living. It's for people that want to be. Happy is for people that wanna find. Joy is for people that wanna keep creating new chapters in their life is for people that want to motivate themselves so much that when they wake up each and every morning they're like life is great life is worth living for and even though crazy shit is happening all around us and the world is upside down and politics is crazy and unvaccinated vaccinated. All of that stuff is is consuming energy consuming. The way we're off feeling. Let's choose to be happy today. Let saw choose to be happy to they. Make that choice today. Tomorrow is not promise. Tomatoes breath is not promised less breathe for the moment today. And i woke up. Four o'clock in the morning to record this podcast. And i know you can tell by my energy. Usually my energy turned up but my heart is heavy. Because i get to see people that are not happy. People turning to alcohol people turn into drugs. People feeling alone. People depress people feeling the anxiety. Turn up the volume in your life. Put happiness in your life today. Find what brings you joy. Go out there get it and make yourself so happy that people round you will feel like whoa what happened to this person what happened. You found happiness. You found joy you found the thing in life that makes you happy. Thank you guys for hopping onto this podcast episode. Thank you for being part of my journey. It's been over four years now. The life is now podcast. We unseasoned to please share this podcast on social media. Instagram twitter facebook. Follow us an apple. I tunes leave. say review. Subscribe to the podcast where everywhere man. We are everywhere. We two hundred sixty countries and we are inspiring people. We are changing lives. Because that's what makes us happy. Have a beautiful beautiful beautiful day. God bless you all..
"crispell" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"All the re strange circumstances of the season still the western conference is brutal and this team was a legit final team that came within two wins of the championship. And if chris paul walks. There's no replacement chris paul. there's not. There's no reasonable facsimile. I don't even know who the next guy you could get is. Let's just say. You could somehow manufacturer deal for kyle lowry. Mike conley to other best point guards in the market. It's still a drop off. Chris so there besides that you were going to get those guys chris. Paul means a lot to this team. He is not the sole reason that they made the finals. He's not the sole reason that they suddenly a respectable but he was a lynch pin any really critical one and him away so many things that go right there one. You still need a point guard to his leadership and everything goes with all of his experience his bond with monty williams and that what that means for a team where your your your leadership on the court and your leadership on the bench are in lockstep and have their own personal bond the signal it would send to the rest of your roster to those young guys to booker at eight and bridges on every single level. What ever this cost you. However you might be cringing about what. Chris paul is gonna make at age forty. It had to be done. He had all the leverage in the world. This was the right thing to do for the franchise and for crispell. Yeah chris paul benefited. As did mike conley as did lonzo ball from this being a robust free agent market. And by that i mean a number of teams headlined by new york new orleans and dallas. That we're going to be willing to spend big money for a playmaker. So chris paul could have. He could have at least planted in the mind. I'm sure he did the idea that somebody else out. There was at the very least going to give him a three year. One hundred million dollar deal. And if that team existed the only way phoenix was going to retain it was if they guaranteed the fourth year of that deal and one hundred twenty million dollars. So i think chris paul and his agents. They played this flawlessly. They handled it as best. You can do chris. Paul gets that last year. The deal sons. also. Get cameron payne back. Which is no small thing. I mean having a credible backup to chris. Paul is significant. I mean chris. I would think you'd want to keep his minutes down for the next foreseeable future. Now you're cameron payne. Who proved himself. Last year's a capable backup able to step in and play minutes in that spot so phoenix is at the very least able to keep its title contender intact and now we'll see if chris paul has his body holds up. I is game. how're you. I think is game ages..
"crispell" Discussed on The NBA Show
"Questions or too big for this. It's true as a record this by the way one irvin magic johnson has been tweeting. He notes if crispell alps out of his contract with the sons. His first call should be from his best friend. Lebron's james and the lakers. His next tweet is a big three with lebron chris. An ad will equal an nba championship. Which i take to mean that magic love spotify green room and is a big fan of podcasts because he just wanted to give us content Exactly listen if chris. Paul upside of his deal Which is like forty million dollars to what signed the mid level the tax taxpayer mid taxpayer mid level. Now listen on. We've heard about the fringe benefits be provided to k. d. in them in brooklyn Are the lakers. That type of franchise. I don't think so the lakers like have money. But they're not like bridge for real right. It's not like a bomber situation or joe side situation like their wealth stems from being owners of this team. That's not like some independent wealth. So you know. I don't know that they could do these. Pull off these kinds of shenanigans getting not to besmirch crispell to say that he has signed pieces. But that's what was implied. The fringe benefits. Like yeah. we're buying condos to south. Beach is in. I mean aside pieces in entourage members in all of these fringe. Cyprus things like how many french things could you do to equal walking away from forty five million dollars for the tax payers. Mid-level you know what's really ironic about the situation. So chris obviously as the head of the players union changed the role from an over thirty six rule to an over thirty eight role which means basically. You can't sign a player to a long term deal in as a way to prevent teams from signing guys for one season and just paying them out after they retire. If this was still the previous rule he probably wouldn't have as much of it incentive to sign with the sons the son's i believe consign him to a three year deal because they still technically have his bird rights. If this wasn't the case may be the most you can get under thirty six rule. Which i believe he is right now. He can only sign like two years or maybe just one big year and so this would have been more in play. Had he not done that so just well. Interesting cap wrinkle free and now he just gets bags full of money and get to reside with the nba or the western conference final. It's not that right not bad at all all right. Let's rapid there. I believe we'll be back tuesday next week to talk some draft. Oxfam off-season rob Topic here thank you all for joining us throughout this marathon of a season season. Plus let me say this if you are a fan of just one specific team if you are like these internet trolls that just like the nba and like the drama of it. All like rob go allowing thank your beat writer because my god. This was a total slog of a season. I love this game. I love what we do. But i have to say like watching this much basketball having now a year into this thing. It's been it's been trying just mentally and physically so thank you beat writer. Those guys don't get paid enough But yeah good season guys solution. Great season while great postseason loved the playoffs a lot. I'm not gonna pretend to be a fan of the regular season that we have at the playoffs provided a lot of drama a lot of high level basketball lot of greatness from paul george Leonard janas two k. D. to luca danni Just some incredible performances. Something for for that. And i do want to give shout to my man ben. Gulliver of the washington post because he is these single biggest jaanus span. I have ever met in my entire frigging life. So shouts the ben. I haven't seen him. Since the whole pandemic thing but shouts bengal of abro janas and is going strong over this adam. Thank you to sasha national production. Pat downey for shepherding us through all the green rooms back next week. The twenty twenty one. Nba champions in the morning..
"crispell" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"Photos down booker with kobe in the locker room and low conditioning room. Yeah he's got tattooed on his arm stuff and i'm like it was making me uncomfortable. But it's okay if you mentioned it once during the files run just on this at the beginning of the yes or i get it with in the first series right. When they're facing lakers. I get that i get that too. But he's having like all these points and they're just they're pouring it on just pouring in on on this is all he's having be. He's having a legendary performance. And then the phantom non foul right. I'm not a positive. And i'm ring arresting references. This makes me feel. Vincent mcmahon is trying to push roman reigns as baby face. Tell me he is the takei for so many years. More just boeing him. Because we know like kept as you devon booker. Yeah it's it's not. I don't like it i really don't like i i'm like man. It'd be nice secret crispell win at this expense. Arnaud man me nice. Have you know the the olympics are happening. I'm sure greece would like something to be proud of right. Now what's gonna be honest. it's called the milwaukee. Let's do it. Let's go for azra had asked us in the shatt. Everybody who for because he doesn't care about us right is not the orlando magic as a big stretch around even care of magic. Here's a who should go for and we all know we saw last week. That better nervous. I can't say no atta last night. Just call here. Maybe shrillness a stag just like you know i gotta crowds with the best of the best house house barath the in because they had a stag standard. It's not all all year. maybe. Because i can't deal with leeann fishing and we signed my buddy about it because he wants phoenix. And when we all know that you know your one is bad seven. But like i get it i mean i could let by koss jae crowder. Who lump jay cutler and his premadonna fake valley he was just silence of self. But we're getting that. We're getting chris. Paul like doing a bicycle kick lukashenka-style style into a defender again foul on it. As as dumb rule that he's view change and then we're getting booker obviously full out grabbing fouls of drought. Who's played terrible to let out of the points man..
"crispell" Discussed on First Things First
"Now it happens to be the accurate one. But a lot of people think i wildly over isaiah and c. p. three and those people think that because they can only view basketball through the prism of the box score and isaiah and three with their contributions to winning are almost unparalleled. And we're going train point guard like the truest sense of the war of the word oscar and staffer kind of in a different category by the way jerry west is like. Hey what about me. You're shooting guard to me jerry. That's why you're not there like he's in different category as well but some people wild you make the argument not just stockton. They make the kid argument. They make gary payton argument. I'm not trying to leave. Walt clyde frazier out who was unbelievable. So some folks think chris paul the folks that feel that way. The answer is definitely crispell because bathing. Chris paul right now is closer to ten fest. Point guard ever than the fifth best point guard ever to me. He's already accomplished everything he needs to accomplish. But i understand your guys argument that for those guys chris. Paul's got a lot of rungs of the ladder. Geno to keep climbing up there. I mean they're just wrong about it but they they're right there on tell you my alan iverson story another time. We're back talking. Some football aaron rodgers stuffed yesterday about his off season pretty interesting shares comments with you next person. I like your first things. First about aaron rodgers to the conversation around the nfl mvp all season. Chess centered around his football future but yesterday during a news conference rogers took us in a different direction opening up for the first time about the work. He's doing on his mental health thick. Listen allowed it person in the room is not the smartest person. Sometimes the loudest person in the room is not the person who has all the facts on their side of the tooth on their side. Sometimes there's a lot of wisdom in on time. There's a lot of wisdom in being selective on what you say and this off season i've spent a lot of time working on myself. I think i think for a long time. Mental health has been only an okay topic to broach. If you're talking about dealing about the depression You know Suicide like fifty big issue topics mental health. It's been a weird stigma around it. I i think there's been some athletes who spoken out about Those things and then got support they deserve. But there's not a lot of conversation around just the idea of having a very positive mental state mental health state. And i think there's a lot to it that i've learned that i focused on the off season about how to take care of myself. Not the total package my just my physical self workout But my in my spiritual self if my own mindful practices my mental health as well. What's the best way to take care of that. And that's what. I've been doing this off season. That's why i've taken the time. I've taken and done two things or not on the things that i've done And i'm very thankful for that time. What you make. Aaron rodgers had to say well i let me start by saying this going back to two thousand eleven when i was on. The campus of mclean hospital spent three months in outpatient program whereas diagnosed with borderline personality disorder. And one day. I was sitting in a group therapy. P a session called self assessment and sitting next to me was a young lady who had blood seeping through her arms. And i was the first time i heard about self harming and then there was another young lady sitting next to me who talked about taking her life the night before and i couldn't believe i was having these conversations and we all got up after i went to reebok's headquarters to go train. This was the year to lock out and they went back to work. One was a student. One was an insurance broker and in that moment standing in the parking lot saw two hundred three hundred cars out there and say oh my goodness how. Many people are walking amongst us are living next to us Suffering in silence are suffering. And we have no clue so at that time. I felt like we needed to have these conversations. We need to put face a faces on these diagnosis. And this these conversations and also voices in make sure that we were pushing these conversations for now. We're aaron rodgers is talking about is interesting right because when i saw this i was like man. Is this do making an excuse about why he's not there and when you listen to it you know it's like oh. He's talking about mental health and mental fitness. Because let's not get into it. There's two there's two off seasons that he's having there's a business off season with the packers where he came out and other people came out and said look. I'm not happy here okay. i i feel disrespected. So let's put that conversation on the side. Put it on the show. The other conversation the mental health conversation which which is awesome. I'm glad that he brought it up because we don't talk about it enough. Every time we covered at leat naomi. oh or any other athlete. The first thing we think about his physical physical physical. We don't talk about the thing that is eighty percent mental. And that's our mind right. So why don't we train our mind enough. Why don't we develop our brain. If life in sport is eighty percent mental so aaron rodgers is right. There's one side of the spectrum that is impairment and on the other side of the spectrum. We're talking about performance when we talk about mental wealth. We live on the side too much. We're talking about depression anxiety which is fine. There's almost three hundred twenty million americans and almost one hundred hevea diagnosis live with something so we dominate that side of the conversation. What about prevention. What about intervening early. What that's what my passion is about is. How do we shift the conversation to mental fitness aaron rodgers in hawaii taking his time off because the nfl is when to talk about performance. Anytime you're in a performance base business. It is a toxic environment every day. It's about performance. Have you done for me lately. If you're not performing well they're going to ask for you to take a pay cut. If you're not performing well you may be. Could you may be the guy. That's walking out that day. What a garbage bag filled with all your stuff that was in your locker not a box. They're not shipping. It you have a garbage bag or to clean out. We'll see you tomorrow and then in the next hour. There's another guy wearing your jersey with your name plate in replacing you in the locker room so this conversation is needed while nick because this is important and air rogers is high mighty is the difference between in pyramid and performance mental health and mental fitness. So it should be a conversation that we talk about more because guys and all walks of life in women in all walks of life needs to take time to really see where they're at spiritually. They need to see where they're at holistically. So hats off to aaron rodgers for starting this conversation now. I thought.
"crispell" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Us right through into commercials. Asking my teoma question. That's a question but it was thirty seconds ago. jay. I apologize afterwards. When you hear somebody say patrick mahomes. I get animated. You need to get back in the studio for this traveling two weeks. Yeah cool out there. Temps and all that stuff is people just outside. Walk around like you're sweating. You're sweating through your shirt. How is that comfortable in. The morning is at about one hundred and ten where we at right. Now i think right. Now we're around eighty five eighty five or jd five. Yeah it feels like the all your internal organs are cooking a slow from they tell you but it's but it's a dry heat doesn't matter you know like monica. Here's the point. After games out here in phoenix right after a big game you go outside. What do you see monica. It's supposed to be dark right. Just like thousands of people people milling about how you create. You don't see. Nobody see the heat coming in air of the payment. I'm like damn that's layers. Are you speaking of phoenix. We have another robert in phoenix. Actually so let's stay in phoenix robert. Good morning you're doing all right. So robert i they will. They will welcome to phoenix man. It's a We actually got rain on saturday. So it's actually a hugh heat now so but vouch for Chris paul and cenex. I think when it's all said and done if we're able to get the championship. I say it over and over Booker's are most in earth. Booker's our best player. Chris paul's or most important player. So i think he'd go down to the phoenix personally. Good way to put an end to think about it this way. The way joe holiday described the the box when he said that jaanus is the sole but middleton is the heart Is i mean. Is chris paul the heart and booker the soul. Like would you. How would you put if you were going to describe the sons in the same way. I think i would flip. I think booker's the heart. And chris is so i think you see i. I think i think. Cpi three is like the the brain i think is the brain operate and endeavour art and soul. Though here's y'all not really going on. Now he's just it's different because cb is like analytical. He's the one that is the mastermind. Yeah no i behind positioning the pieces. Right whereas devon booker. If you're looking it's like he's a great like bobby fisher and then devon booker is like the queen devon booker almost pilot pieces on the board. I would like to introduce you as the thyroid gland. Like jason guy that you ask them you ask him a multiple choice question and he wants to write in the answer because none of these answers make sense on the test. That's why it's so. Let me something that makes sense. Would you like to go to north carolina. Why because yes. You do a trick question. So north carolina to address something with you. John hey how you doing. What's up john. I just wanted to brush up on jay williams on what he just said going back to the last caller If he goes back to nineteen eighty three here. Remember that it was dr jason doctor. Jay was the one who couldn't get the get. Couldn't get past the lakers when they bought over Moses malone way with a beat. The lakers the same situations but crispell so as not chris paul steam just like it wasn't moses malone team doctor james team and this here's devon booker but then one piece that's needed to get past them doesn't make it your team it just helps you make better but let me say i like your example. Actually let me ask you this. How many times is devon booker. Been to the playoffs. Like there is playoff. History between moses malone dr j. devon booker never been to the playoffs to the looked and i give you the final. You know what i mean. That's a huge jump i understand. It's a huge jump. But in today's basketball you add one piece and it's a huge jim. We could take a look at where just adding Adding jrue holiday. Look at the difference in milwaukee. There's plenty of situations like that j. around the whole entire. Nba i just disagree with that point and i understand what you're saying about them not getting there but in today's basketball you add a key piece. That takes you someplace where you've never been and we can take a look at the atlanta hawks when you take a look at a whole bunch of teams that have made jumps throughout the year by just adding this one piece. I i you. John i do hear you. I think this is a very interesting argument. But i think position makes this one. Just a little bit different. And signs of jay's point right before we took your call c. p. three orchestrating and sort of the brain of all of this to the next level but i do hear you on that point. I hear you. But monica thing. About like if you're eric bledsoe Your home run. It'd be like right. Yeah like i was with two sons. That didn't work out. I was with milwaukee so yeah that critical piece. That's a game changing piece. Where your organization do how they game change a piece but c. p. three i mean the bucks have always been the best regular season team over the last several years. They just couldn't get over that hump in the playoffs. We've never talked about phoenix. Being the best regular season team. We never even talked about phoenix being top five in the west yet alone now a team. That's in the finals that finished with the second best record in the nba. That's a monumental piece. Yeah it's not like they were again you go back to the raptors. With d'amato rosen. And kyle our. They were running into a wall every year every year they make that trade they bring in why they get over that wall. Finally that's not. Fa phoenix wasn't running into a wall every year until they finally made a trade that. Got them over the hump. They were a team. That was still kind of on the rise and then you add this piece. That gets them to that next level and boy did they get to that next level they are in the nba. Finals is a fun conversation about chris. Paul let's get back to talking about what's actually going to happen on the court. Starting tonight came one of the nba finals. But the concern is of who's not going to be. There expected not to be there. And that is yana. A who is doubtful for the game. The level of concern of whether or not he will have an impact on this finals. We'll discuss that next. Keyshawn j. will zubin. Espn radio siriusxm channel eighty and of course on the.
"crispell" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"That's not the case. Today the bucks have been a contender in some form or another. Maybe some suspicions but a contender for the last three years. At least the sons may huge leap that none of us saw coming right none of us but we can't let what we thought of them in december color. How we view them now. They have a hall of fame point guard who is still playing as if he's in his prime instead of being thirty six crispell. They have a young son in devon booker. they have a evolving young stood in deondraye. Eytan they've got a nice cast of supporting cast depth. They looked the part chris. This is not some random slapdash team that made the finals. So that's how i know. It's legit that's why there's no asterisk. If people wanna point to well what would have happened. If lebron and eighty we're healthy if koiwa healthy yeah we can play that game and yes. This was the most unusual year you and i have seen in terms of stars being injured in the playoffs but they're always stars injured every year and we don't we don't go back slapping slapping astros backdating all these other finals. So it's a silly discussion as always is we have very legitimate teams in the finals. That's what matters by the way. Would you have ever thought two years ago. That we'd be talking about chris paul opting out of his contract after the season and signing a three year. One hundred million dollars contract extension the summer at age thirty six age. Thirty six taking him all the way up until he's about his age forty season like looks. I wouldn't an. We'll get into us on the future. Podcast it's more of an offseason discussion. But i wouldn't hesitate to give chris paul that kind of deal because like first of all if you opt into. His contract then signed something shorter on the back end as an extension. That's one way to do it or sign a three year deal outright but i think games going eight incredibly well because it has aged incredibly well. At least the last two seasons with oklahoma city and now with phoenix. He's proven that he's not reliant on atlanticism if he ever was and he's so crafty and i hate using that word so it's kind of a catch all type of word but he is kind of crafty out there defensively that he can make up for a lack of athleticism on that at the end of the floor and offensively. He's he's kind of dribble. Dribble dribble get your spot. Mid range shot. Use.
"crispell" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"And you're looking at it and you just go. I'm talking about people who have made a living in the league. You they look at it live time. Just go what the hell is that. What are they doing now. This is not some games. Tony this is virtually every game but because of the injuries to brooklyn and trae young not playing three the last really the last three games in the series we milwaukee a team that two years ago might have been a favorite to win but lost sits around in the conference finals again. We don't know how they got. This is the most fantastic little note about the playoff series. That i have is this. You michael ray will bond can sleep in your own bed and watch every single game. Emt's leap in chicago and commuter walkie right has said. Has anybody ever been able to do this before. Sleep in your own bed every game and go. I've clearly not been able to do it. I'm very excited about it The thing i hate the most posted. We're not really post pandemic. But during the thing i hate the most is. I've resume travel. 'cause we always travel those off to do that is packing. I hate that in the best of times. I really hate it. Now we're all trying to get revved back up to to do what we have done for decades. A lot of and packing the travel is a you know how i love travel. You know how travel is traveling. I know how is arduous is stressful. It has never been like this for me in the forty years forty one years. I've been doing this stuff. I hate and this is so great that i can just you know games one and two or tuesday and thursday here and i'll get on a plane with a backpack and fly to chicago and the games are such tony. Get one game on sunday. I might drive the milwaukee and there are people may have would be to get like a like a yukon. 'cause i you know i'm not gonna disparage milwaukee is be like milwaukee and as some of the mid west say you know we can dispirited walkie those detroit chicago. You need an apples and wherever but other people can't And but the people you know are saying wait a minute. I'm flying to chicago are you. Are you driving like yeah the you can also take a train. Right isn't a train about an hour and a half on our ten. It's at least it's five. oh eight. that's how familiar. I am with the train scheduled to from chicago to milwaukee on weekdays. So i'm i'm yeah me. How excited about this being able to be in chicago and here. It's it's a you know it's a fun thing that chicago's dot participating. But you know small midwestern cities. I find that kinda cool that milwaukee's participating in no matter what i think of this edition of the bucks and i'm phoenix is definitely you know her her. Even shaq's it's cool to have two small market teams colo- shaquille feeding is the fifth biggest city in america. Is it really so. Yeah wow. I didn't know that truck philly houston. Maybe six philly. Houston i know houston is big. I know houston is bigger than poor thing. She's just forty. Houston's gonna catch chicago at some point in terms of you know houston city with no zoning whatsoever right it'd be that'd be third but then you've got you've got phillies four. I'm so you got philly. Five and phoenix arizona. Six so listening to this. Who think that they. You know what's a small place out west. Well yeah was bigger to washington. Dc is bigger than the nation's capital. Oh it's much. I'll no question about that. Washington probably twelve or thirteen or something like that so let us get. Let's get to chris paul for a second the you boy and you working with chris paul and that's all fine crispell of all the people who are going to play in this final. His story is the best source. There's no other story because onto compo- he's a kid. He got a lot of years left booker a kid. There's no particular veteran out there where you say always been dying to get in this position except for chris. Paul who's been now on his third team in three years and is the only significant addition to phoenix and deserves to me an incredible amount of credit for molding this team in getting this team to the finals. He's had a bad history in the playoffs of either being bad or being hurt. He's never been this far before and if he were to win. I mean i would i would just. I don't know that it makes them a better player. I think he's a very good player. But i think that a guy like that could say okay. This is this is it. I one. I've done everything i've ever wanted to do right. Yeah yeah yes yes i. He's got a very good player. Chris great for a long time. He's he's on that list of people who've not wanna championship who have been great for very long time. One of the people will be cheering for him. The hardest and i hope to get him to actually be in the arena because he defines to a large degree basketball in. This town is charles barkley. Yup mama charles. Charles dot to the final like twenty nine and he won the mvp. That year chris has not gotten there until he's thirty five and so Crispy great player. He's won a great point guards. And and when you watch the last two years and you'd have remarked on this over and over the last two years. He's just he's taken two teams the into the playoffs in one series. And you go. How in the hell is that possible. He's nps qualitatively improved teams just by his presence. He has no he. He is tough. Everybody knows devon you. You'd probably say now. Devon booker is the best player on that team and he's had twenty seven and a half points two years ago this year. It was like twenty five. He's down in scoring this year. Which is good. But chris possibles important player if i two three years ago and when james harden was the best player on a houston team. That probably should've won. It's chris. paul stays healthy Chris policy most important player on that team. So you can say that about booker. and you know what tony. I'm not in in three years. Maybe it's eighty. I don't know. I mean eight and eight minutes coming to a place. Now you just go my god. This guy can do everything in the traditional way of big man doesn't but it's still chris. Paul and i said the booker. What is this. like 'cause he he's he's legendarily. Tough on people and booker with a ride smile. Says it ain't for everybody that's right. I mean it's the guy who scores twenty one more time. Twenty seven points a game. This is a kid who has a seventy point game to his credit. You ask him what's it like. They have to deal with chris. Polity it eight for everybody. Well it is for devon book. Devon booker is now gone for so with the games even booker's had in the playoffs..
"crispell" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Combo meal malcolm gabrielle. And i've got to warn you the new season of my podcast revisionist history is completely unbound. Were finally out of the house. And now that we've got the chance we're going into the streets and even under the sea all in the name of continuing. This journey through the overlooked and misunderstood are episodes take on autonomous cars dirty laundry college rankings and fairytales in quarantine i finally watch the little mermaid and i was shocked. It's rife with moral conundrums. Can it be saved with the help of jodie foster brit marling and deck shepherd. We attempt an epic d disney defying of a disney classic. I haven't decided who we rile up. Most college presidents or disney executives. You'll have to hear for yourself. Listen to revisionist history on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Janas didn't play in the buck still hammered atlanta. That's what i thought. They should do. Listen it looks like phoenix is already in the finals. And i think they should be favor over anybody in the east. In milwaukee. I think is a better team with or without jaanus they're better than atlanta. And so i think. I think milwaukee jaanus they won last night and by the way out they had better ball movement. They're fine without janas. Short term. Not long term but i would like phoenix. Listen with the bucks. I liked the team with more answers than questions with a bucks. Every game i get questioned. Is chris middleton gonna show up for be awful is booting holder gonna make any adjustments is yawn is going to hit his free throws. I never have any of those questions. Chris paul's the best free throw shooter in the league. They make tons of adjustments booker shows up. Every game so i with phoenix. You don't get any questions you get the same team every night when you watch the playoffs this year. What's become incredibly clear and anybody who's reasonable. Anybody who is not a fan boy would admit. The west has been better than the east for twenty five years since michael jordan retired. The west has been way better than the east and the east is getting worse. The gap is bigger. I mean boston and toronto. Were good two years ago. They're both a mess. Philadelphia has been good for years. Now with ben simmons. They're amass miami's out of the championship window. They know it. They're going after. Leonard and now lebron is left. The east colli has left the east. It's bad so this. I don't think it'd be a very quick series. I think i listen. Here's all you need to know if phoenix played milwaukee. Who's got the better coach. I'm taking money williams. Who has home court sons. Who has the healthier star sons who star late in the game is better at the free. Throw line sons. Have the best free throw shooter in the league. Janas is the second worst free. Throw shooting star in the league. What team is more consistent. Offensively sons what team is like overall healthier sons which team plays and this is a big thing. Which team plays with urgency every game phoenix. Phoenix has had one. I wouldn't even call it a stinker. The game against at home against the clippers. They were tight. I don't think they played poorly. I think they were tight. They got into a whole. They came rushing back with. I think sixteen to five. Ron and they just always felt like they were chasing the clippers and pheonix the clippers late net game hit every three seemingly. They threw up so it was one of those things. The sons did not play poorly in that game but they got themselves into a hole dug themselves out and the clippers just kept them at bay they just. It's a football team. That gets a lead and they just kind of control the clock and keep you bay one more heard the heard streams twenty four hours a day seven days a week within the iheartradio app. Search her to listen live or on demand. Whenever you like. So our pleasure. Cameron johnson is one of the new guys for the phoenix suns in and we said what makes the sons to me comparable to the seattle seahawks. The year they won the super bowl. Phoenix reminds me a lot of that. Is that the year before the seahawks won the super bowl. They were good and then they showed up the next year and they look so much better than the rest of the league. And you're like oh that's lightning in a bottle no. It wasn't all their star players there. Richard sherman's there russell. Wilson's all their star players. Young players popped at the same time and that's phoenix. We knew devon booker was good de'andre mckell bridges and now they got cam johnson but they've all popped. They've really flourished at the same time. So i think phoenix gonna be good for a long time. I don't think this is one of these miami heat in the bubble. They get to the finals. That was a lot of weirdness. I mean tyler. Hero duncan robinson limited players elegant phoenix. And i think they're the seahawks like all their young players. They got him under contract. They got the right coach. They got the right quarterback and they're good and they're deep and they play nine guys and cameron johnson. Second with this team is now joining us. Live so canucks money went and you're a young guy you come to phoenix and here comes crispell and chris. Paul's kind of legend. Right and chris. Paul's hawthorne guys he'll bark he'll direct traffic. Is chris. paul different playing with him. Then you thought he was his reputation to what he really is. Is there a difference of what you thought. He'd be knowing exactly what you think he'd be on my way of last year the bubble and he was just talking talking to everybody. Talking to the rest are talking to our players as players really talks a lot. So that's exactly what. I expect him to be like. And he's just like teammate. In it's it's very helpful. You know you've played it a great college program and when you come from the big programs the kansas carolina's the dukes. There's an expectation phoenix. We've had really no expectations. Because for eleven years until this year there wasn't much there so last year the bubble. We're all kinda like looking at phoenix gone right. They're kind of interesting. Did you have a feeling this year. When when chris got signed before you play the game. Did you have a feeling you were at practice everyday. Thinking this team has got a lot of talent. Yeah i mean. I thought we were especially from the jump and i really think the boat was being for us last year just to build them on. Get us rolling into the season. But i we're on record saying that we have something special building. Obviously there's a lot of us haven't been deep in the playoffs but you know from from the practice perspective. You look like we had a really good jansky pretty good this year so the guys is worked hard all season. I think we have a great staff. I think we have a great front office and is really starting to come together cameron. You play the clippers team. Which i believe is the second best in the nba. I think phoenix is the best. I thought the clippers were the second best. And this happens a lot of times where the two best teams play on the same conference. It's nothing against milwaukee atlanta. But i think the clippers were real test for you guys. They're older they're physical they got. They got patrick beverley. they got tough dudes. Take me back to the clippers series and how difficult it was. I mean they have a lot of guys that played in this league nine ten eleven twelve years you guys. Don't it's crowder. it's chris paul. Go back to the clippers series and just the difficulty of getting.
"crispell" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"A couple of years back into but no. Let's not do from that but it was. It was a ford who was a ball handler as well. We talked about it because he was evan. Turner evan turner and these guys that were thrown big money. So you're putting big money in alfred amino. You're throwing big money into evan turner. These are not transitional guys. He's not guys. I could make the biggest at dame just i and dame dame is like you know how do i want to say. This is cheetah of basketball where he's get asked meeting but he's still gonna talk show you what he's i love washing him play and then his whole disappointed was we lost to a team that two stars now all murray and they fire stotts good. I don't know what you do with On to call. I was really big on him but can't get more value. Came cash up. You're not gonna trade dame because you're such a small organization been long time since portland in this realm because it was lamarcus aldridge and you saw what happened there. And that's where. Dan david beard more focal point in la ever laws. And before that you have to look at histories that teams like but humble pie servings of i'll give humble pie chris paul i talk smack and i said i think is going to be declined. I was wrong. I'm not giving humble pie booker. I still don't believe in it. I think what happens. If you're still the primary option score the show there. You beat the lakers. That's why they didn't have anthony. Games have five minutes ma'am right like that. Is that the lakers consequence of the max contracts as you had two guys on maximum contract with davis and lebron and then you. How did you of cruz bob. That whole teams just badly built and top heavy. Yeah so it's it's like i. Top of lebron doesn't have anybody with them then. It ain't gonna work out as well rounded team as he hadn't cleveland. Not gonna give it to you because i want see him avalanche booker. It's a talent. I noticed a talent. But as i told you sink versus were begin if you're really the focal offense. That's what you're supposed to do right that. That's the whole thing you're supposed to thirty and right now you're planning. Is that dempsey kind of choked to iryna lead in with bed and then they just kind of pooped the bed. So can you do with that But humble-pie route from milwaukee. We're giving chris. Paul chris paul. How dare. I doubt how i loved you. Liking i'm like in this version of crispell. I'm liking old man. Paul showing the the young kiddos. Yeah i mean he hasn't done it completely himself but you know shown them like. Hey this is how you play and you know. Give me give me their guys. Come on humble pie released right. Just get me somewhere. Milder hubble wyoming to give and it was because i talk smack about him earlier this season but it's over and l..
"crispell" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"The emmy award winning tv series breaking bad did a wonderful job of taking us into the seedy underbelly of america's dysfunctional relationship with drugs specifically crispell map..
"crispell" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"The emmy award winning tv series breaking bad did a wonderful job of taking us into the seedy underbelly of america's dysfunctional relationship with drugs specifically crispell map..
"crispell" Discussed on Feast of Fun
"The emmy award winning tv series breaking bad did a wonderful job of taking us into the seedy underbelly of america's dysfunctional relationship with drugs specifically crispell map..
"crispell" Discussed on The Swingman Podcast
"You look at sort of a given example the pelicans oh who else was the other team non. What looked clueless as the boat against the clippers. Lie their plan. It feels like in the core is just to give the bolter on a brandon ingram's Like figure out basically that is what it is having anyone. Tell me different. They look like they. they won't run implies. didn't do it whereas crispell is it just comes seamlessly to Able to Games purely on the basis of him. And that's why. I kind of wanted the milwaukee bucks although that still playing quite low the season to get him over drew holiday just because he's got that new at the end of the games Maybe not a surfaced in the playoffs. But i think given the opportunity could here On the is one thing you have to consider when we spoke about some piles this pooling. 'cause really stepping up you do have to think is a ego thing. Chris poll more than just the statses putting up probably maiden had an effect there were which is on the more of a test hayman. How how well. He's done in the same state. Definitely i think that i really do. It's never gonna happen on the sons. But i i really. I've not seen chris brogan. Smokey agree if you it will be a shine to see him out on this aspect of just being like a a night say play in taking whereas if you go into the box you'd propaganda championship. This year will have my infamous chris. Paul opinion from a copy Against the greiner in my personal opinion. Not if we have a swing man. Long chris paul on show to defend myself on that finian tell you who properly finished and i not. This is going to this nation for the same person reduce always touch other factors the other team in the league. The the worst record of the detroit pistons always gonna ask if you really think it's the closed on. I just seen inaugural pump onto from the ring. And the headline is it's really is blake griffin without dunkin untradable voiced. Yeah oh Defensively he was never exactly what defense supply the candidate got Carried them a little bit on the end..
Making of a CRISPR Film: Behind the Scenes with Producers of Human Nature
"Highly one. Welcome to crisper cuts. I'm super excited about today's episode because today via celebrities on our show yesterday said I goodwin Elliott Kirschner their producers of the human nature. Movie for those of you. Who Don't know what this movie is about. It basically covers jody of crispell onto joining us today on. This show is given Holden head of science at San Diego. So this is GonNa be a great episode all adjoining Menu Today on the Chris Cast so as me as well food we get started. Can you just introduce yourself and give your background before you became producers of this movie? My name is Sara Goodwin producer at Pfizer. My background action is in Science. I teach the UCS and the I turned into a science communicator. Joining and leading an organization about project called I biology which has an initiative area cocoa butter collaborates at produced. This felt and so that's how I got. Involved Elliott leaks elected project to it which is great blog. Si- thank you. I'm Elliot Kirschner. So I came to this project after many years working in news and documentary film back shake round side poverty the scientists but I really sort of more general reporting but it was always interested in telling the stories of science while find ways those little bobble and interesting ways that could challenge conventional wisdom's sites. Could be and so. We were looking for a topic to really make a big film to just tell an important story in ways that we would be different end. Hopefully engage audiences in new ways. And so I've secret spurs such huge story touches almost every aspect of the biomedical sciences but also exchanging meaning Dmitri society all that so when we decided on this topic we really washed and built a team of filmmakers and scientists together to make a documentary. That sounds great. So basically you kind of briefly mentioned how the idea of doing a film on crisper about but still there seems to be a lot that needs to be figured out. Even you know what basic topic you're going far. So can you tell us a little bit about behind the scenes of how you decided you know right right makes off researchers and patients and how the story would flow and not just make it like a scientific presentation but more like a movie by itself that we knew going in we want it to be so and we know it to be a story that would appeal to a general audience so that was the directive from the very beginning. We didn't WANNA make quote unquote educational video. We also wanted to make something that felt cinematic. I mean there's a wonderful rich history. A science explainer television that kind of stuff that people any think tank stock entries the short length of one hour television affair with a heavy raider voice. That kind of thing as well. That wanted to do something that would play on a big screen. That would make the decision. We didn't want it narrator. We wanted to let the scientists speak for themselves. Who wanted to film this with a cinematic spoke? Mind musical score all that we WANNA make a film so that was sort of the original directive that we give to ourselves once we got there. The question was okay. What is a science film there if you go to sundance or we premiered at South by southwest or the major some festivals. It's not like there's a lot of science programming a lot of science documentary and so we sort of had a lot of leeway. What is modern science stone-built look like but that's when the decision making came in about what the style would be. But as for the substance we also knew we wanted to work with the very beginning to sort of develop a story line or story lines that were true to the Science. Not only the facts of the science but the ethos of science idea. What is scientific discovery? How how did serendipity and the search for knowledge or basic research play into the story and then what are. These are more broader societal issues so those are all pieces together but I think one of the key things early on we had a meeting at woods hole. Report the film team. And we brought in George Church George Staley Jennifer Dowd Or All your own rights leaders in this field and we just had the two days of brainstorming about what they thought the story was and where they thought the scientists building and that really sort of helped direct the editorial in obviously Sarah being trained scientists being on this very beginning really helped shape bet as iterative throughout the process and this this film many many different forms over the course of its production as we try to tease out what science metric would be. And I'd say one thing that was really. It's worked to us from the beginning to make sure we told the story of the discovery of crisper and turning crisper to technology which is a story. That's off the told when crisper is talked about because it's actually a fascinating basic science research story of we really wanted to show. Elliot said you know how the process of sites works. How knowledge is created. And so as a scientist you know is able to really go back to the literature. I read you know as much primary literature as I could around the crisper discovery. And he's together as best they could also used reviews that were out there. This summit really helped a lot but it really helped us kind of have a deep understanding of the steps that it took to really understand what crisper was and decide who we wanted to interview might actually ended up interviewing or people than even made it into the cell because they were hardest story. But you know at the end of the day we wanted to have a film that was around ninety minutes of you. Just can't include everything that you want to. And so that was interesting viewpoint. Make us a kind of behind the scenes. Look when we were editing as to what should be in on should be out especially for me coming more from the science side of things which dirt's look really vital to have Sarah's voice project I think that was one of the real unique elements that we we built into the production framework in that throughout the discussion of who'd interview with talk about what's the balanced bill. There was constant discussion between still making team and science group that were just challenging our own assumptions pushing in different ways and I think that dynamic process really led to its own that is it relates that scientists in a way that it's not just about what we say on exerts absolutely right. We tried to all the Discovery Story. But just the way the scientists are allowed to speak the decisions made about what to include what not to include. I mean this was really dictated throughout by I think very nuanced understanding of how science works and I think that that hopefully shines through that when scientists watch at the dotted understand world and. I think that that is is really important to try to convey in film the impression of Palestine Science work as well as the actual facts over trying to convey right. Yeah absolutely does shine through. I love the myself so they can thank you. I just wanted to ask you guys. So I'm sorry. You mentioned some of the people that you interviewed for the film curious. Do you have any particular anecdotes funny or like most surprising moments came out through so making process in the interviews. People talk about a great question. I mean I'd say the first thing that comes to mind is actually what a treat it was to be Cisco he goes. Who's early crisper researcher at the University Valid? Kante got to go to Spain and meet him and be in his lab and he showed us a lot of Israeli shells. Found THE REPEATS. A very special time to be serving. Someone who usually isn't spoken about when Christopher is talked about but in general like say what was a real treat for me as a scientist is a lot of the people he's interviewed. I L about their science at baby. Give a research talk. But I've never really got to hear them talk about kind of the more ethical. Societal implications of the crisper work and Atta did most interviewing I think did a wonderful job really probing people trying to get you know. They're on his thoughts on something as science discovery. That is really going to have an impact in so many different ways throughout the world to end the scientists were really wonderful in be sharing their thoughts with us. I think you know included a lot of that on. I think makes a lot richer because it shows how scientists are people to beat other families. They have a lot of thoughts about how science works and technology is used and it was really nice to be able to hear a lot of that and then of course you know getting these really wonderful. I mean so make it of course offered was a key researcher for comment DNA. Which is the topic we cut off. But you were going to go much forgotten. Just cut it Due to time and really trying to make the story as clear as possible but he's just just a wonderful person and getting to meet him was just a really special