17 Burst results for "Jonathan Chase"
"jonathan chase" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"He gave an update on Jonathan Tevas health. Well, look, It's an assumption that Jonathan tapes his done for this regular season with the Chicago Blackhawks. Nobody close to Jonathan Tapes is saying that not Definitively other than say, he's very likely done for the season. But with fewer than 10 games remaining in the Hawks regular season, it seems very likely the good news, of course, and nobody is being specific to what's going on with John from tapes. The good news is that his health is getting better. He's seen improvement over the months on the expectation is that As long as he stays headed in the right direction, the direction that he's on right now that he should be healthy and ready to return to the Chicago Blackhawks next season. Now it has been a very challenging year for the captain's Chicago Blackhawks and by extension with his absence. It's been equally challenging for the Hawks in general, That was Darren Dreger on Wednesday night report. Their It's pretty vague. There's not a lot of substance in that report. But here's where I stand on it. If you were in the camp that was listening to these doomsday rumors and all the gossip out there that I think that report was encouraging because it says he's getting better. That if he continues on this trajectory, he will likely return next year. So you know, I think that would contradict some of the rumors and the gossip that has been going on around his health. How did you? How did you see it? Well, I'm with it that and look, I full respect, privacy and attack the organization is taken and Johnson tapes has decided to Just, you know, fight through this. Whatever is fighting through on his own, But when you don't have any information, people tend to let their minds run wild and all he's done for his career. He's this. That and the other thing. And because we have social media, everyone can have a platform to put it out there and it can get leg. So I'm with you because I wasn't you know, it's encouraging to hear that he should be ready to go next year. If everything continues and On the path that apparently is. So that's good news because you're gonna need him back. You're gonna need Jonathan Chase Bank. I'm sure Patrick Kane is gonna be there with open arms, saying, Where's my? Where's my running maker? Time for one timers. One timers timer on.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"On the hand and you are evoking. you're you're you're listening phenomena with more i would say linguistic nuance than even what he was doing. Which will focus on this. Keep your eyes focused on it. The harder you try to lift your hand though all all that stuff kind of more pointing to the principle of getting them to focus and then setting up the phenomenon. So that's what i got from him and that's why he was like yeah. You don't need transfer hypnosis at all. Why what what are you. View your views on why you don't need trance to get that phenomenon. What do you think okay. Okay okay. yeah what are the of the difference between his views on trans not being necessary versus yours. Okay So there's a lot that i would agree with in in that rendering from jeffrey the For star trump's is trump's again like define it who knows what it is. It's like a thing the dos to exist when you start to flesh it out. So i think you can create any kind of trump's state you one you shape up anyway that you want. So i'm more interested in know whether someone's in trance or out of trance. But how you shaping up the experience you shape experience in one way and cold it. Trump's you go you go to transfer shaped like that so to speak now. What i think the issue is often more one of tightness of focus. Any given time way are experiencing the world through the ideas that we bring to bear upon it in that moment unconsciously now i could be bringing a very narrow set of ideas to Upon this moment and it will shape this moment in a very tightly focused way the would exclude a lot of psychological maneuverability ways of seeing things or i could sort of open up the focus on this moment and allow a lot of different ideas possible. It's his to move through. Sometimes i think of it like as as tightening things. So if if i if i do a hand stick with somebody i want to bring them into a tight set of ideas about what's happening in the moment. I want to exclude a lot of our possibilities. But if i was to do a more generative trounced he's a term from stephen gilligan. I would want to open up the bandwidth and half a sort of space or kind of focused lusa included way way way more possibilities now when somebody drops into everyday trump. Let's say somebody drops into go back to the three principals. Someone says well you know you're not insecure saying you're only you think you're insecure. You just caught up these few insecure thoughts if somebody's going. Oh my god. What if. What if i screw up. What if i screw up. What if i screw up. Their mind has got wrapped around a very small set of ideas. That are not just making sense of the moment but craig networks in the moment. That's like what. I would call a very narrow bandwidth trump's so if the time trump's you know scientifically but politically you could say any state of being trance of one kind or another. So you can have a hands to trust. You have an anxiety trounce. you could have a laugh. Trump's were you at in that moment. What are you rendering up. The itself could have transfer of possibilities or john. Ova of course the of infinite possibilities you can include more or exclude mall. So i don't think it was the where i disagree with. All i if not disagree but different. My description from jeffrey is is ron saying well. This is point and that's when people are in hypnosis. He there were ways in the us. Because no one's ever in the world is is that on the ever in how they're making up in that moment now so if you define hypnosis that way ask an author official mind made reality where always in one always there is not that we are not there is no experiencing the truth as it is only what we experienced through how we make it up so i would say this. There is no in hypnosis so there is no amount of hypnosis. We could say hypnosis happening if we define hypnosis the actual process of influencing how. Somebody's making the moment. Hypnosis is happening when somebody is responding to you'll direction suggestions in a sense that's it. Are they responding. Yes hypnosis is happening are they not responding no. This is not happening or slice any kind of hypnosis to. I'm running in the moment. You could argue their own hypnosis. Still running child will do like like if somebody says. I can't be hypnotized. Diane hypnotize trump's of i can't be hypnotized that caught up in the belief. I can't be hypnotized at it limits. What's possible for them. I e experiencing some hypothesis. so that's a transplant. I might want to shift. You see somebody says. I can't be hypnotized. Not going to go in and do challenge notice. I'm gonna think they're in a trance version of reality. Kodi copy hypnotized. How do i move them into one. That's more useful for doing hypnosis. I am curious about what's possible. That's where i wanna take them. I don't wanna meet de challenge head on. I wanna shift that trump's. I want to shift them into a trance of curiosity possibility. Anticipation can get them there. Now we can do some good work so when you see. Jonathan chase who. I remember watching these videos in two thousand fourteen. And he's doing a demonstration where he's like see the person's here and he does some arm. Catalepsy thing holds up the hand and says sleep and then he goes. Say everybody there in hypnosis. That's at dunedin. New other in hypnosis. You're like yeah not really. What is really going on under that demonstration. Gasol what's going on under that. Demonstrations you go people that are in john chase seminar They've already launch. Lead to some degree or another bought into john chases reality yet. Four does anything before. He invites them up for a demo. Before anything i so. They're already in the joan chase reality tunnel to a greater or lesser extent. You see this in a martial arts world right you see you ever seen these videos on youtube of an empty for small stuff being battered to buy animated sites. They're actually seen that when you find him. There are ten a penny rate because these mt four smart says you must you know erased the question. Why do they think they with. Their students could not best students down without touching them. Yes yes but. I can't knock people who are not their students down without touching riot. Why is that now. If you ask by the way like when i go into hypnosis through through like meeting an mt false master right and i wanted it to be true so much that it worked on me and i wasn't having it up and i wasn't staging and i wasn't pretending and i wasn't faking it. The guy walked me up. Crush me to the floor threw me against the wall without touching me.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"You find people who alike that. I have a friend of mine for many years ago. She hung out with this guy who was probably a psychopath. And she had kids with everything and the guy just he guests slit her and manipulate reality and screwed or over in so many ways so many times before she kind of finally broke free from his spell quote unquote so i i do believe. Of course yes. It is absolutely this. Is the thing like people people get caught in this dichotomy either is absolutely mind control or not really a thing of course influence can be used for dark purposes for bad purposes. You can undermine people's sense of south just as much as you can build up somebody sense itself that's what a bully does bullion demise. Somebody's sense to self. Maybe with crude technology. But that's what they're doing. So yeah you can you. Can you can have people feel good about such. You can have people feel bad about selves. I don't doubt the that of course stuff is is quite doable and again. That's why the the ethics stuff comes into it. And that's i suppose why i remember years ago when i was doing tokes. Must've like tell sponsors for year and a half and it was a guy who absolutely went beserk. When he found out that i was in an lp traina. He's like that stop is disgusting his manipulative. It's evil nyc. Whoa dude but you know it can be disgusting. A candidate pins if it can be able. I said to him. I said when you do your your learn to to speak toastmasters right. He said yeah. I said the one have an impact on your audience. It's like yeah mississippi. You wanna you wanna influence bright. Yeah well you know what i know p is influencing people Which i guess that was. Nlp that i was running on him to To get shift timing so yeah this stuff is about moving minds it is about influencing kiko and that is why there are questions you can ignore questions of ethics people need to decide what the code is a full for acting because it doesn't crease your power to influence people and hus- spiderman put it with great power comes great responsibility. Yeah yeah okay. I don't wanna get too much further down this rabbit hole. But i but i just it's been on my mind since the beginning so i must ask geoffrey. Stevens view of hypnosis is the closest to hypnosis without trance in terms of the provocation of it. Here's why jeffrey was like he said in the training that i was at he was going. You do not. I think jonathan chase also jeffries. The one i learned from directly. He said yeah. Hypnosis is a highly associated state Highly focused state at states are highly focused. Whatever you want like highly focused way of being versus trance which is highly dissociated. Trans is something that you he looked at trance as a phenomena that wasn't as a result of hypnosis and he was someone that was like. Here's a framework for everything. No teaching you. How a model for hypnosis that allows you to do things without trans with trans. And he even painted as a circle on the whiteboard circle on the whiteboard in the dot in the center. And what's happening is when hypnosis occurred. You're going from being in the whole circle to very quickly Zoning in on the dot in the circle and then this almost like malleable around the circle between the edges of the circle in that dot in the center is the subconscious. Mind is what he called it. And that's where you get to play in one second your. There's no dot in the center where you're focused and then the next second boom hypnosis happens and then you can induce trance induced hallucination induced. Whatever you want because you go from not being in hypnosis into hypnosis now james. I look at your training. I do see that you talk about him not at focus which is reminiscent event like they have to. Their is are gazing at.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"How long was well case. I ask more often. I don't because i. I don't want them to reflect back on my words maybe leave and think about the experience they realized along was that i've had a few people say did me. That's only happened a couple times. Yeah that's interesting it doesn't make me think about. Also the was. I gonna say client expectations in terms of like you know. What do you have to give them with even ritual. I mean you know. Jeffrey even was like hey look. You could do all of this without trance. His whole thing was that trans was a phenomenal of hypnosis. I'm now i've talked to other people on the show. They disagree most prominently. I mean actually. Just spoke with james trip who i i know. Jeffrey spoke very highly of and james spokes. Highly of jeffrey. They got a lot of conversations about this stuff. But i was like. Yeah you know. Jeffrey is sort of had this. Jonathan chase mentality. Where was like. You're either in hypnosis and then lake or you're out of hypnosis and then snap your in it. James has more of like a. it's a process. It's not like there's a moment because his whole thing is like because hypnosis is not really even actually thing. There is no in it that you're actually going into. Yeah what do you think about that. Well i like. Is there a moment of calm. Because that was that's what we all saw. He would say sleep. And then you're in hypnosis. Jonathan in a room with a group of people. Jonathan chase would be like. Yeah this versus not in hypnosis sleep. Oh look now. They're in hypnosis. It was like okay. Certain context were set up. There are already in my in the modern y us if i asked him to do something that they couldn't do before for this contract Contrary to what they think they should be able to do. That's notions of the most extreme part of so Stomach sense but but they're also degrees to an lp is a type of fitness. But there's no your eyes aren't necessarily close very much. Do things do have to follow the instructions. That was another brilliant thing. Jeff said i was like yeah. What's up with an alpine. Oh you just mean waking hypnosis. That's all that is just like came up with a fancy name for it mike. What so wait a bit. Everything is hypnosis. Everything is just a form of him knows. This could be for me for me. Hypnosis is directing the attention to a single point. I guess this. That's a very simplified description. Do you see that when you look at like. I walked away from jeff treadmill training looking at the world with new eyes like looking at all these processes with new eyes and i was like. Where's the focus point like. When when i watch just in trance on a stage he gets somebody to like. The whole arms starts raising after he's pointing on it. Like wear on the model on the whiteboard that jeffrey drew of the circle in the point of focus like how does that directly apply to what this guy's doing like i started looking for focus points and everything. Sometimes i could find him sometimes. I couldn't i mean look. I'm often just looking for like simplifications of like really complex principles but like did your worldview change once once he kind of went through his model of what hypnosis was. Yeah genesis got a lot easier for me. Because i you know i didn't have to be covert. I didn't have to be gentle. I just had to say hey. You need to follow these instructions. I gave him instructions. Interesting thing you talked about the point of focus. There's a process. I have this process that use to to put ply voice as their voice of a sword. I set it up by a session by acknowledging how great it would be if you had a voice inside your head that always told you the right thing to do and i let him know it could be any any sort of voice you want someone you know or darth vader. But it's kinda voice that if you heard it say greg stop you would focus ride and i asked them to design engineer. Create exactly the kind of voice they would want to follow sir. I bring this up because you talked about the point. Focus always the Out exception they have to look away. They're all of their warehouse. Goes internal and you can. You can see it. They look away. That's that's what i have to blow my nose like that because they're not paying attention to me. They're they're considering a voice that has impacted so once once they come up with that i have them imagine hearing the voice. Give them a set of instructions and do that enough that eventually. I'm the only voices talking to them and it's been that authority has been transferred over to my voice. That's awesome that israel's like death in a process you could do conversationally if someone needs motivation. You just say. I want you think of a voice. You knew absolutely tell you the right thing to do. It could be the most difficult time but if you heard this voice say something to you would not be the right thing and you'd do and the match and he say okay. Imagine this voice telling you right now. Still yourself calmed down. Focus and go ahead and do that. You watch them and then you continue to say and this voice continues to speak to you. It says this says this and you can do a very conversational if noces witha that is. That is such an interesting way to start a session with people. Do you always like tell that when when you're weird the ten step process do you do that i mean do you do it every time or is that person i do it. I'm glad process got a break. Come back i do that. At the beginning leading to the induction right after the acts of compliance. And things like that and just before the induction. Yeah yeah i wanted to mention about just stevens process. He divided he teaches. He taught he has videos available online. Co publishing dot com. But he has. The process divided up into ten steps..
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Queer as Fact
"Out. I have another one. It's funny. You know it's much the same. This is his morning to be clear so like shows. And very similar vein also says, and I honored the intimacy of your FIS by bewailing again. referencing how they used to have sex with the is. Yep Yep so before we say anything about that. I am going to give you. Lost ancient text, which is a pot of Plato's symposium, and we're going to compare those two so played as symposium is philosophical dialogue dating about three eighty five to three seven ABC. It depicts a group of men at a symposium Dwayne to explain with symposium yes. So when you have your friends over for dinner. Often dinner you Kinda. Hang out and shot and get kind of trashed and maybe this like someone playing musical something that pot is symposium, so it's a group of man out of symposium. The sitting around little couches on the ground, reclining drinking wine and the challenge to give a speech praising Aeros honestly. You can use Plato's symposium as A. Sort of talking point on pace of evidence, regarding basically anything, surrounding gender and sexuality. You want nationwide, but it would be well with talking about it alarm. It's amazing. There's so much going on, but for purposes, a guy called fairus give the opening page, and he discusses the nobility of someone fighting for are sacrificing themselves for their loved one, so you can see how this becomes relevant to Achilles, and he quickly gets onto that, so he says Achilles son of status they on it, and sent him to his place in the isles of the blessed, so the gold sent him to heaven physically. Because having land from his mother that he would die as surely as he slew hector, but if he slew him not, that's a terrible translation. I got this incident. But, if he slew him not would return Harmon end his day in age man, he bravely chose to rescue his love. Patrick Louis avenged him, and sought death, not merely in his behalf, but in haste to joined with him him. DEFA taken for this. The God so highly admired him that they gave him distinguished on us since he had sat took right at value on his lover so again it's explicitly understanding them to have been love is in. It's very like upfront about bad and it's not trying to. To convince you. That's just like what was going on. Interestingly, the text goes on to explicitly address is version and we kind of know more about close as version from this than from the surviving fragments. We have so famous as an east coast. Talk some nonsense when he says that it was a killer Susan Love With Patrick Lists for he excelled in Beauty Not Patrick lists alarmed, but assuredly all the other heroes being Su business on more of a much younger by her account, so let's break that channel. So when he says. An Ace close talks nonsense when he says that it was a Killys who is in love with Patrick Lists He's saying into each other. He sang that East Coast. Views Achilles as being the older one, the one who is the lava, and that's what he means that Achilles loved Patrick Not Patrick loved. Achilles favors disagrees. He thinks that Patrick Louis was the old one and Achilles the younger, and he goes on to give evidence of this where he says are you can tell this has Achilles was young and he was like really hot. And, he didn't have abused to never be it because he's young. I also want to note that favorites is exaggerating saying Kelly's much although Hamas. Elliott Dolls Profeta Achilles as being the younger one. There's no evidence so there's like this huge age gap that would indicate that they're in different phases of life or anything like that, which is what famous implying. Yeah, I'd certainly, they would children at the. The same time at least like from my reading of the text. Yeah I feel like that's implied. Yeah, so what this disagreement evidences is essentially just that they are understanding of Achilles Patrick losses. Relationship is anachronistic to the Iliad They have this set idea of how male relationships all which is in this like aged differentiated relationship, old man, a younger man and trying to apply that to the. And it doesn't work. They don't fit into. That does not want. He was delayed the old one in the younger one patrick older, but they don't seem to have been in different phases of life Patrick lowest status in the pair antibiotic Shirley adults by the final year of war. They've been here for a decade. Yeah, the claim that Achilles had be as like Kinda machine, having a reference to the man having reached puberty whether or not that mat and can grow beat him. Saying has like what I think Achilles was. He went to this get. That just does not make sense a baby. He'd already had a child. To. Defend million adult man, so having looked at a few other ancient authors opinions on Achilles Patrick Lists We're going to take a shop job forward. The future and talk about the opinions of an American psychiatrists on killers mattress. Wow, America exists now. Yeah. So, Jonathan Shay is a psychiatrist who works with American combat veterans from the Vietnam War, who dealing with severe chronic fetus date just to his down. And he wrote a book. A Cold Achilles in Vietnam, which compares that war experiences with Hamas depiction of Achilles experience of war in the Iliad with a view that our understanding of birth can be enhanced through comparison. Is that an interesting Brin? There's a lot of stuff we could say about this book. I think his premise is very I. think his execution is flawed. But we'RE NOT GONNA. Do a full review of Jonathan. Chase Achilles in Vietnam are going to unsurprisingly talk specifically about how he talks about the relationship between listen. Patrick lists so one of the parallels. As is between Achilles and Patrick losses relationship, and the intense relationships formed by Vietnam combat soldiers during their service, so he quotes one veteran.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Useful Idiots with Matt Taibbi and Katie Halper
"This he told CNN Dana Bash on Sunday as part of his argument that the US economy is poised for a quick turnaround even as he acknowledged the unemployment rate will linger in double figures through November's election. And yet he had the following to say our capital stock hasn't been destroyed. Our human capital stock is ready to get back to work and so that there are lots of reasons to believe that we can going faster than we have in previous crises human capital stock. I don't even know where to begin with the level Fucked up business and problematic. It's I mean it's almost amazingly frank right. Yes yes I wanNA t shirt that says H C S on it. You know like I'm like yeah. We're all human capital stock NAPA. Yeah do you know that states of human capital stock? I gotTa say you know that's obviously brings up a lot of You know much evokes slavery Owning people seeing people as stock at he as capital. I mean it's great. It's really packs in a lot of terrible stuff into one clause. Maybe one cents. Our human capital stock is ready to go back to work. So one sentence has two great references. You Got Stock and human capital. I don't know what else you could ask for if you wanted to pack and this is another one of those ring suspense moments since you got your human capital in my stock right. It's like they ended yet right. I feel like this is more of a person who just read too many novels right. And that's how they see humanity it's You know a few a few people who few atlases who are holding up the world winner shoulders dis- lots of human capital stock whose usefulness is pretty limited to driving the engine capitalism. Cogs are folks who think Adam Smith isn't erotic novel basically rally right. I mean how. Can you really disagree? That's true the whole invisible. The invisible hand. It's very you know Roddick deny there's a joke to be made. There's a bunch of jokes remainder about the invisible hand. I Know Right. Yeah. I'm going to have to work on my Adam Smith routines but yeah guys Send jokes human capital stock. That's gotta be a Hashtag trimming. Well you know who defended him and this is always a good sign when someone like this defense you Jonathan Chait in fact Matt. He's had a problem with you. Which I assume makes you really reconsider your tires or always hits me. Yeah anyway so he wrote Yes. Economy should probably avoid confusing jargon when communicating in public. But I think people are getting way too outraged over an economist using it in economic term. Okay Jonathan dear lamb love. It's not that it's confusing jargon up your own are you to not get. That's not what people are upset about. No this confusing human capital. Dr Oregon. I don't even know how to follow it. That's not the issue it's offensive. Don't don't even think of cheating out on me. I'm going to take shade side. This one a little beard I am I am I think I think. Probably probably what he's saying. And there's a tiny bit of validity to this. Is THAT PEOPLE. When when economists get together and they talk about how the world works they do refer to things like human capital stock and they probably use all kinds of terms that are the. I mean that are preposterous sounding to an ordinary person but refer to things that they do have to qualify in their academic discipline. In a way that you know is going to sound awkward ing but could find some economists who that he wants to make lampshades out of all. Let's see you. It's the same labor force another word for Labor full right. Well a couple of things push back on one. I'm going to revisit my primary point. Which is that. He doesn't even know how to make his point correctly. This is a very Jonathan. Trade is a total fraud like not as bad politics but he really is sloppy. Disingenuous really wanted most disingenuous guys out there in this case. I'm not clear and this is we gotta have. Can we please have a feature segment called dumber disingenuous? Because I don't know if he really doesn't get that the things people are offended by the statement is not that it's confusing. That's not the issue. No one's like Oh my God. This wasn't trending because people are like. Oh my God. This is so confusing. I'm so offended and outraged. By how confusing this jargon is like no said that right. That's not the issue and fact. The person who I saw a tweet about this Donna Imam. Who's running for Congress in in Texas Nexus thirty one. She tweeted this and she said there. He said it out loud. Our human capital stock workers are owned by stockholders. So that's one of the things that are offended by also on democracy. Now today they had a really great guest on Abram X. Kennedy who talked about the you know very troubling legacy that that evokes of slavery in response to this Professor Candy You tweeted. This is jarring because my enslaved ancestors were literally human capital stock no matter what they were always told to go back to work. This could be eighteen. Twenty mean it's devastating and and and I think any American Republican Democrat middle income low income. Poor black Y Latino. I think this should be an indication of what the trump administration thinks about about to that essentially the driving you back to work so so so their benefactors so they can make money and it's just that simple and Jonathan Chase guys calmed down. It's OK economists. Use confusing terms the like. If you WANNA make the argument that that's not problematic or even if you WanNa make the argument that that's closed behind closed doors. Economic Economists Talk. That's one thing but at least address the concern or else it's like saying look I get it that it's bad when people use stock h word see words s words in a row like that's not the issue and also. I think that we could find economists. Who probably would say that? There's something wrong with the way. Certain economists look at the world which let's use those terms like. I'm sure we can find economists. Would say they've never had to use those words in except in a critical way in fact we should. We should try to get one of those on the show. A just in the Pantheon of Johnson statements. That doesn't it doesn't hit me as a strike me as one of the worst ones again. I. It's it's a terrible sounding term. I would never say it on television but I get what he is saying. It's a bad word for the labor force and it's insensitive to slavery and Besides the Exploitation thing you know Across the board. I do think that humans being stock is is not a good. I'm hot take bad thing and bad thing to refer to kind of uncritically but throw me a bone at least see at least acknowledge that he's not even making it smart point because he's not addressing his show exactly. Yeah he's so dishonest. He's so stupid this is this is the guy who wrote a story that You know the Donald Trump has been Compromised by the KGB. Because he visited the Soviet Union and Mega. That was a cover story. Guy wrote. I mean he's he's he's a go and I get that but on the on the list of things that he said over the years the I will push back anymore that we can move on. I mean human capital's terrible. It sounds awful. I totally get it but you know this is a geeky glasses. I know what he's thinking you know. He's just doesn't have a good word for what he's trying to say us for. Isn't that weird? Danny who could Look at the video of now deceased Saturn. This is what we're for those who aren't Watching watching we're seeing a somber.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on What The Suck?!
"What's up everybody? Welcome back to another episode of what the Suck. My name is James and Chris. Welcome to episode twelve. Which is the ginger dead man which is a two thousand six? American horror comedy film directed by Charles Band and stars. Gary Busey directed by child ban produced by Charles Band oar produced and directed threat produced by Charles Band. As I said Joe Dane JETHRO. Roth cushal written by William Butler and Dominic Moore starring Gary Busey. That was right there. That was the reason for me picking yet my sold hip Robin Sydney Ryan Lock Alexia Allen. Jonathan Chase Margaret Bligh then yellow melk metal goals goals medical. Cy Newell Alexander James Schneider and Larry Cedar Music by Robert Bellinger ours at Belgian. Now's balanced `Bout Ballinger ballinger cinematography by Keith. J Duggan now Hacksaw. Doug and Flex Duggan. Okay when she edited by Danny Driven distributed by full moon entertainment all year. Yeah and Talos. Entertainment release date of August thirtieth. Two Thousand Six with a merciful running time of seventy five minutes so good so so sure awesome and go into our tomato meter. I finally got it right after Lasley might Amir. Mater made her. It has an actual. Oh God this might be too good. It has a sixty percent on the tomato meter and the audience score is twenty eight percent on a Let's see four thousand in three ratings for the audience but there's only five for the there's only for the critics and and three out of five liked it so yeah it should be in. Trouble does not account for taste. Those critics came from places such as cinema crazed east bladder seven millimeter pictures. Spf DOT is and DVD. Talk Dot Com not really some of your higher quality critics. Hey man you know fuck him all right. So what is the movie? All about James Asks Right. These synopsis reads as such a quiet small town. Diner a deranged patron shit. And his lots of those yeah Millard Fiddle Meyer played by Gary Busey. Fire on the Lei family killing all. But the daughter. Sara lay played by Robin Sydney during trial. Sarah's testimony sends Millard to the Electric Chair and his ashes are sent to his mother and he vowed revenge. Miller's mother mix her son. It's hard to say with a secret. Gingerbread COOKIE MIX which makes it way out which makes its way into Sara Lee's bakery -sarily Sarah Lean. Nobody does it like I just fucked and caught that I mean spell different but I was like Oh my God when one of the bakery employees brick fields as MRS fields. Jonathan played by Jonathan Chase cuts his arm and accidentally bleeds into the mixture and old. Kerr's spawns a a deadly twelve inch walking talking killing gingerbread cookie and wreaks havoc on anything standing in his way. Evil has never tasted so delicious. Oh God and so okay. So how are we going to rate this piece of shit well? A rating system is always a we read it on turn emojis One to five one being great five being complete pilots. Shit if you'd like to hear the descriptions of Said Turned ratings. Please refer to previous episodes gives. We ain't Doin Nash. Right you've got like twenty seven episodes with our rating system. Goal is one of those that's right and if you don't want to know this yeah one it's great five. You will kill you so yeah okay all right with that being said. Let's get into the review showy. I'm actually looking forward to this. One do I love Lucy Hale you.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"Lazing gentleman. It is It is a relatively slow news day today because we only we have the impeachment trial a continuing we only have the fallout from the Bolton Lakes yesterday and the scarring around Republican senators. Trying to figure out this Rubik's cube of how they're going to avoid losing the Senate because of their turning this into a sham trial. And of course you may not be aware there is a the first in the nation democratic caucus slash primary will be taking place exactly one week from yesterday. Bring it on there you go Polls are starting to you. You know back and forth is a little bit narrowing. There's a lot of freaking out about Bernie Sanders they have deployed all of the And the mainstays of the of the establishment media are finally recognizing that Bernie Sanders is actually a contender tender in this primary and they think that I don't know I mean we all we all like to think we have butterfly wings and that we will do something. We'll talk more about both David from peace and now Jonathan Chase. It's peace God so good i read it this morning. He's losing Shit I. It's really not terribly different. I don't think I mean this has been this has been an ongoing rinse and repeat type of situation for shade for fifteen years. I actually I you know it makes me feel like at least gravity still exists and we will. We will probably go through both those pieces tomorrow because just just because maybe maybe we'll hit Jennifer Rubin's piece too. I mean it's it really is. It is stunning. How hilarious it is that? People who constructed opted a political party theoretically the people who were the intellectual pillars of the Republican Party. The Guy who was the chief speechwriter for for George W Bush the the columnist who was the perhaps the biggest supporter of Mitt Romney in two thousand twelve at least in the mainstream press. The the guy who who who encouraged and maybe singlehandedly made it possible for John McCain gene to pick Sarah Palin. I haven't heard much from Bill Kristol easy sick or something. I don't know I haven't been around much. But these people people who basically spent their professional careers stitching together. Gather like Taylor's a suit that was perfectly perfectly measured to Donald Trump's measurements hermits. So that he could just walk onstage in slide right into it. They're the ones who are suggesting that they know and should be in a position to tell the Democratic Party who they should elect and who they should vote for who they should support. It's it's hot. It's hilarious but for the horror. Show that we have in our politics that has been created by these people. I mean I I haven't dug into it. Maybe folks out there can do it. But I'd be curious as to how hard Jennifer Rubin slammed uh-huh Mitt Romney when he went to literally Kiss Donald Trump's ring to get his blessing to run in two thousand twelve. I would be curious As to how many pieces Bill Kristol has written. That's a you know if I understood that Sarah Palin that there would be a direct act line between her and Donald Trump. Maybe if I had to do it all over again I would do it a little bit different. I wonder wonder if David from when he was developing. The speech is to lie this country into war and we just did a story the other day about Guantanamo. And there's stories in the news about the the so-called enhanced interrogation program that they just tried out on a practice prisoner. I mean these people I mean. It's hard to put blame right. I mean it's it's hard to say that any individual or any group of individuals is responsible for the trajectory of of history and politics. But if it's possible if there is any influence that is exerted by any of us me and this tiny little show them on their you know Various media purchase they're responsible for Donald trump up. Certainly as much as any single voter is because their job was to to encourage thousands if not hundred hundreds of thousands maybe millions of voters to vote for Donald Trump to create this scenario area to construct our politics so that it's like this I mean give me a break you wanna go and make a couple bucks. God bless you but nobody can possibly take these people seriously. In terms of WHO Democrats had vote. In fact I mean look outside of using them to hammer donald trump. And I've made it quite it clear of the past three or four years that I also think it's fairly useless..
"jonathan chase" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Eighty six to may, thirtieth nineteen Eighty-six and was viewed by some as merely a way for TV to catch a cash in on the popularity of the police academy movies of the big screen, the fifty-six precinct known as the last precinct was dumping ground of sorts for various LAPD, police officers who really didn't seem cut out for a career law enforcement. The officers on the series were price Paschal, played by Jonathan perpich a handsome police officer who was the only officer that had any kind of real detective skills. There was also officer William Rader played by Rick Duke. Oh, the great Rick dukedom in the late. Great Rick Cooperman. How much of a genius is he in the burbs? Yeah. Oh my God. And he's fantastic and groundhog day. Yeah. Just put that anywhere pal. And also the lethal weapon, parody loaded. Well, yeah, loaded weapon, but he's visa he was a funny guy, a great standoff. Very. But I mean I really like the sort of the quintessential performance that he gave in movies was in the burbs. He's unbelievable in that movie. The first time I saw him was in a scary movie. Oh, yeah. Yeah. He plays on affairs. His dad. Yeah. That's right. So Rick demont played officer, William Rader and overweight, and bumbling motorcycle, cop Mel, brubaker played by Randy Brooks, who used to be a man king played by Pete Willcox, and Elvis, impersonator and over the hill. Cops Butch Keenan Wynn Keenan Wynn was in this show. What are the most legendary Keenan Wynn? I believe I do. You've seen Dr Strangelove. Yeah. He's the, he's the soldier says you're going to have to answer to the Coca Cola company. I think free verts that's Keenan Wynn, and has been in nine thousand movies Keenan Wynn. Yeah. And I remember him from twilight zone episode call the world of his own. Yeah. That's a one of the most recognizable character actors that ever worked. And he worked a lot. You know, worked a lot in the fifties, but especially in the sixties and seventies. Oh man. Well, and then I'd been even know Keenan Wynn was in the last precinct in an era, opposite Dallas west said that it was really a modern modernization of the keystone cops with a lot of slapstick comedy and some upside down hillstreet blues, and it was it was Adam west I series in twenty years. I series in twenty years. I, I don't know how anybody doesn't remember this one Simon mccorkell Dale in manual. How do you not remember manual? The show lasted eight episodes. I can't believe it only lasted eight episodes because. Everybody who was around at that time. Nobody, you know, nobody will forget manual it. Aired from September thirtieth nineteen eighty three to December thirty first nineteen Eighty-three handsome Simon mccorkell. Dale was Jonathan chase the professor at New York University who taught animal behavioral sciences, this fit. Well with superpower that chase had the ability to transform into any animal at will. Chase used his special ability to fight crime and only a few people knew about his talent tie Earl played by Michael d Roberts, a friend of with whom chase served in Vietnam and pretty police detective Brooke McKenzie played by Melanie Anderson. Who often teamed up with chase to solve crimes. Notable guest stars include Richard Lynch, Ursula, Andress and Keenan Wynn. Again, he's all over the place. Sadly Simon would pass away October fourteenth, three thousand ten at the age of fifty eight from colorectal cancer, and the DVD was released the show was released on DVD in two thousand fifteen so he changes into chooses, and he uses this to help solve crime. Exactly myths manual. If seriously, I, I remember I totally this is like a legendary ridiculous show. So Richard Lynch, by the way, if you don't know that guy's name Google image, Richard Lynch. One of the best villainy psycho, looking character actors of all time, did tons of TV did a bunch of movies, always played a psycho or played a weirdo, because he just looks like a psycho slash weirdo. I do remember him from the original battle star galactica. Yeah. I watch a ton, and he was in a ton of stuff, so. All right. Well, there you go manual everybody, whoever thought that we would be speaking about me animal again, like thirty six years after the thing was on the TV. But yeah, I watched it was ridiculous. Okay. We're gonna break here. And then the news is coming up in the NAFTA, the news, we'll be joined by Kevin Powell. We're gonna talk sports right.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Once you pitch to bell struck him out swinging. Beautiful changeup. Anderson, stop suppliers rally. Couple of hits couple of left on base for Pittsburgh bottom to third. Coming up. Brewers. Get the win over the pirates brewers. Extra innings four one four seven nine nine. One six twenty that's accurate mortgage. Talk and text line. Let's bring in Fox Sports. Wisconsin's Jerry Augustine and Augie. You hear me talk about it all the time. The bounceback game from starting pitcher starting pitcher has one sub subpar performance. I always think it's really important that next game out that they're pretty good. So that trend or that trajectory doesn't start going in the wrong direction. That's a good day. Chase anderson. Bounceback six two runs on four hits. You can make the argument he shouldn't have given up anything. The two runs. He gives up on the gone homerun come after a walk that could've easily been strikeout. That would have ended the ending, but no matter how you look at. That's a good day for Anderson. Yeah. We about back and chases don't stay with it himself assisted the I thought he over. Well, just look like you hit command and get have to walk on probably close pitch. But, you know, anytime you who the opponent, especially with that office of quite you to innovate. Jonathan chased up to the pitcher. Verse. We're really starting to see this bullpen stabilize some of the guys who have been maligned like Matt Albers, Alex Claudio. They're pitching. Well, Adrian Hauser again, today was pretty close to being electric. I mean, this is a guy who's barely given up runs here recently after the start to his season. Gerry Jeffers looks good. Josh hater pitchy on back to back days in a very short amount of time. And I'm not saying this is a bullpen that they might not still make some additions to before all said and done. But I much criticism as come to bullpens way pretty much everybody down to the pen right now is doing a nice job. They're very well you know it just takes time. I, I John very patient that we talked about last cloudy, a win. I get quick kept saying he's going to get cash out that this job, he's going to get the job done and gone from the sense very well. I take that bright spot. I think it has been in house for some of the stuff up special in right now. But they put it. Pippi that much better than all very aggressive kidney break all over. Seven eight today, sort of over. Well. We've talked a little bit about Mike Mushtaq stock is yesterday but he hits the game winning two run home run in the eighth inning. It's as fourth home run as last forty games now has twenty home runs this year. It comes in his fifty ninth game this season as previous fastest twenty home runs with sixty nine games in twenty seventeen. And now he joins Christian yelich is just two of the four players who've it twenty home runs this season. They become the first pair of teammates to hit twenty home runs within the first sixty sixteen games since Granderson into share a did it with the Yankees in twenty eleven. I mean these are three yellow there for moment. But firm specifically to move stock as this is pretty impressive. What he's doing from a power standpoint. Their numbers. Think about both Christian yelich. The way they are. That make a difference. Right. Or left handed pitching agent. Swing on it. If Pichit away, you'll get away in hill. Got a little break out. Hit it up. Anyone Carper even more special? Start is what he is doing a job and not worrying about the play. He plays. He just wants to go and help this team win. The Nelson job. Have you seen anyone that car before? No. No. Banney practice subco- coast. It's amazing. Put a definite. But I'm not what? Guy wanted. You know what? It's a big on in a big spot in against a physical team, I've ever you talking yesterday about the play gotta play well with him as a good base amid interest pitching staff, but this is a good team. At this at this. Is is, is I'm not trying to like go all high school math class on here, but four hundred nineteen feet on the home run for stocks. I'm looking at that car right now Augie, that seems like a home run should be longer than four nineteen evidence the car, right? If the part is hitting the car in the where we're located at home runs up in the open. The scoreboard. Right up in that area. It was just a, a good swing. That might put on a on a loan slider hitting the right spot at he was carbide just a the so unusual of big home run a capacity crowd, forty five thousand people at the game. Christine Yellowstone home run. It's just a great way to end of those of, you know, like you said yesterday. Spring is good baseball. Anybody in makes recognizes probably not. But you don't want to seem just continually baseball. It's a good problem to have. And we'll see what the scenario looks like when a geo Gonzales. And when you least seen are able to be activated but right now you're five active pitchers in the starting rotation are chase Anderson. Freddie Peralta, Brennan Woodruff Zach Davies and Jimmy Nelson. We'll see what Peralta does next time out, he probably earned himself another start with what he did his last time out. He might be on kind of start to start basis. But outside of that all those guys certainly deserve spot in rotation when GIO Gonzalez gets back when you leave chassis and gets back they're gonna put into rotation. Maybe the brewers go six for a little bit just to try to reduce some of the pressure on the arm of Jimmy Nelson as he comes back. But if you go six that her chin the bullpen, especially when they're about to go through a period, with very few off days after these next too often as the sub. Upcoming week. I don't know what they're gonna do when these guys it's a good problem to have. But they've got a lot of starting pitching right now. As sure that you can go beaver push out of cutting job. I think it's a good situation. I think you agree with that a goal for starters. Seven sometimes ten or eleven twelve and, you know, for bruising at some credit, the only going to make sure you have enough enough in this in this, in this organization that you have that ability that have going dealer alert, Mr. whatever you want to, and you have capable of. I'm really interested in the starters. River routine. It's gonna be interesting as a lot of I start getting that. Instead of going, regular interest, January. But I think you having to study pitching divers have pretty club, a pretty Asian as we have. Finishing the first half of the season, after also play really big Burs. They're gonna head to Houston for Tuesday Wednesday series Houston, definitely a World Series. Contender, pitchy matchups are interesting. You got Freddie Peralta gets Brad peacock in the first game in the second game you'll Brandon Woodruff against Justin Verlander. I'm excited about both those pitchy matchups. They are good. Pretty certificates. You turn to find his way look like he's starting to give the idea, what breakable you know, it's not much except if you are with it, but really about location. I thought last game Audi located the very well, you got got the money needed for big strike are able to spend that strike. Let me talk about a show, but that would be very, very special. What anybody in baseball right now? We all get Suburbans at one time. An interesting interesting series against Mastro doggy. Great stuff. We'll talk to you throughout the course of the week. The team is on the road. Great day. There's Jerry Augustine from Fox Sports. Wisconsin brewers get the win over the pirates five two final score. Four one four seven nine nine one six twenty four one.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I think I just coined a t shirt for Yana Santana Kumbo. I don't know how it will sell KFC barstool of barstool was tweeting at me that while. Yeah. Janas is having an MVP caliber year. James harden, the MVP, you're right. We don't need to over think it. It's the beard now. Listen, it's Janas Anthony Kumo. All right. First of all defensively. And I know I just gave James harden credit for his final play of the game defensive stand against Kawhi Leonard defensively, they're not even on the same planet. And by the way, that counts in the NBA defense does actually matter. Janas can get to the basket and finish better than anybody and hard and get to the basket to trust me. Then it usually is fouled. It's about ninety percent of his free throws and tax on points that way Janas averaging twelve and a half rebounds per game. He's blocking a few shots a game. So I said to him go Greek don't be a geek, I think there's a t shirt that could be made out of that for Jaanus. And here's the thing. The books are the best team in the NBA this Golden State for now they are the best team in the NBA. They got the best record in the league. I do ask something a little bit too that you know, when you're thirty five and twelve and I get it. The rockets have a lot of injuries there. Twenty eight and twenty which is fine the top Western Conference best team in the league clear. Best player of that team is clear. He's the best player on that team. As of right now fifty games into this season. The MVP the National Basketball Association is Yanni's on Kumho anyhow toll free number eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty. Six. Let's go to art in the Bronx. Our you are, hey, how about those nets baby baby. Yes. Do things for you. Yes. I loved the interview this week with. The answer. And I also loved Mike's interview with Kenny Atkinson. Yeah, we'll give him some love this week are alike. I can do I can do let me make this suggestion. And then I got a quick comment about the dress draft. They trade you should her to rescue the list. Official score man. He's been there forever. He's been there the whole net history. Yeah. He'd be interesting for sure one. Yeah. Yeah. You want one that history that should go to guy. He's basically saying it all you're right. He goes a long way back to the Teaneck armory. And in New Jersey Americans. He was he's been official score every game. Stay for a few illnesses. Founded things or whatever. But he was their first day naked sixty seven and he's been there the entire history. Now, I got the best draft day trade. Never give it to you. Bill. Russell was not drafted by the Boston. No. What was the deal that day the deal that the draft which I think is not only the best draft. They build the best trade ever an NBA history. Red Auerbach traded Ed MacAuley and cliff Hagan then Saint Louis hawks. The St Louis. Hawks drafted Russell number two overall in nineteen fifty six. Yeah. It's you know, what it is very difficult to argue a draft day trade of acquiring Bill Russell. And I don't know what was going on back in one thousand nine hundred fifty six that made the hawks feel that way. But I don't think we can ever come up with anything even Kobe Bryant, even the Vlada d-box Kobe Bryant trade, it's very difficult to match the Celtics acquiring Bill Russell and then going on and winning eighty seven straight NBA titles. Mike's down in Florida. Hey, mike. How about on New York? Islanders there in first place, by the way, unlike the nets before I get a. Before I get into my own this question. Did you know you said you watch some of the skills competitions? Right. Yeah. I basically watch the end I wanted to watch the king our buddy Henrik Lundqvist guy, stuffing the sell out. Did you see who got the most who got the most John Taveras? It wasn't even close. I couldn't believe it. I mean, I don't know if he had some type of deal, maybe with channel say they interviewed him and he reject. He was one of the team. They were one of the teams that thought they had a chance of signing one of the finalists. That's the reason. I'm surprised they still care about it though. It's not like that's what I'm thinking. Yeah. Right. Here's my question. We're going show at the island is going to make the playoffs. I wouldn't assume it, but I feel good about it would be okay. Now, we're nearing the trading deadline were short month away. We don't need defense. We don't need goaltending. What fine? Now, we can tell just based off of the numbers. We know that we don't have a star player now in order to do a trade in the NHL the island need a superstar and you want it. I looked by the way the island is by the way, the third post in salary cap. They have a lot of money to spend. I got two teams and three players that I'm thinking about that you could get they're very expensive. They still young. They are true all pro top notch players wants from the Saint Louis blues and flat. Amir tarasenko. He makes nine million a year. And then choose either Jonathan chase Tatra came at ten million a year, the honest can do it. How about Matt Duchenne? He's still going to be traded. I you know, what I don't know about that. They need. They need a sniper. They need somebody. That's going to make a difference who actually would be a good fit for this team. And I can't say that they would do it. Because I don't know what the Rangers would be thinking would be mats zuccarello who, you know. They're actually going to move. I just don't know if they'd actually move them over to the islanders. Ralph in Yonkers, hey Ralph. Hi, evan. Just. A comment. And then a question at the end, I'll try to get them both out, and then hang up and listen to your I just find it funny. I guess you'd say that when I listen to you and Joe, and obviously I'm only talking to you right now, you don't seem to understand or have any understanding of the other side of why the Mets would not sign Manny Machado or bright harbor. I mean, if you were an attorney, obviously, a good attorney can argue either side here, you argue the other side, you wanna hear me argue why they shouldn't sign them. Correct. It just you know, I don't believe that. I do have a question at the end, please. I'll let you. But what you why would you want me to argue something, I don't believe in. I don't like to. I don't do that. All right. Well, it just seems about it just because you would think you would have the ability to just look at the Ralph Ralph. In other words, it's more. So you're saying it's like he's cheap. You don't wanna spend money. That's it. Well, we'll be you're asking me to argue something. I don't believe in like that's not what we do. I know that some people do that in sports media. They'll say, hey, you take this opinion. I'll take that opinion. John. I don't do that. Now that leads to us agreeing a lot of times it leads to sometimes disagreeing. But it's always going to be natural that you want me to just pretend I can pretend that you want me to what are we doing like an acting class like a fake debate class if you want I can do that. But what the heck's the point of that? I don't believe it. You just want me to argue it for the sake of arguing actually took a public speaking class years ago at a community college, and I picked the topic. I don't want to get into the topic. And it's political and even though it's been plenty of years. It's still recent enough where we'll argue and I knew where I live that that argument, I was getting at boot down on as soon as I said, I'm about to argue, blah, blah, blah. I was gonna get just attacked on it. And I took it as a challenge. And I did believe it by the way, I was arguing something I believed in I was in the minority at the time. Maybe not the minority at the time. But the minority at that where I was location wise, and I found it fun the challenge of doing that. But I believe that. I don't want to argue something I don't believe in. Quick break. We'll come back. We'll have some fun and make some predictions for Sunday's Royal rumble. Hockey fans joined greater Fort Lauderdale for the ultimate pre-game.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Ovalles band of the predators. Backhands the puck up into the benches area so staffing play face off again in the circle of Rene slept. Blackhawks need to do a better job in the face off circle here in the third period. This was talking about sixty one percent heading into this space off Johnson taste. Night lost eight of twelve so far. Ryan Joe an excellent job so far he's winning nine of his eleven. Yawkey hard. You held the puck in at the right point moves over left debrincat, send it down the boards and the left wing corner. Cahoon rolls away from check leaves it. For tapes will spend the puck along the boards. Now, leave it to the brink it left corner spun it back in behind who's got it. There. Here's go home carrying it around. Bottom of the left circle pressure. Put it out to the left point Gustafsen send it back down the boards in behind the predator net. Listen lose debrincat ends up on the right wing corner. Citizens all handed to sue ban who spins the puck in behind the net to echo that com. Carries out of the right wing side. Missing on a pass this'll slide all the way down Fiala got to negating the icing. He made a drop pass. But right onto the stick of Gusta sort of the hawks through center ice gave it a tapes over the line right point to Kane left circle Senate across right circle off Gusta since he got it back in the corner behind the net. Kane's got their Kane left corner tried to feed the left point Pialat took it away. Strips of the last circle moves impairs Renate how the pad save then. Anisimov fires one for the right wing. That's blocked out high by citizens. Puck tumbles to center ice seem off with the hawk line drops it back in the hawk zone to Davidson over to Murphy. Salafi and Strom criss cross at the predator. Blue line. We get a whistle for offsides against the hawks. Now seventeen o nine left in the third. Still three to Nashville been really impressive the way that the Blackhawks played this game the predators findings Mojo here in the game. They won four their last. They've got points all five of their last five games prior to that. They're struggling lost the five hundred regulation. That was starting with the loss here against the Blackhawks getting healthy again and finding that swagger in their game the hawks over John tower from so far. Collects the puck in behind the predator net. Moves it up the left wing to Hartland in front of the bench. She shot the puck across the rink into the hawk zone. Key players it out the center ice taken back into the hawk zone by Erwin. He coughed it up for Leany poke checked it away Hayden to center ice chips. The puck off the right side boards down to the far corner. Nashville runs into ham. Use works the puck free up the boards. But if taken away by Frederick good role rank white pass to Hartman over the hawk line down the right wing. Hartman carries behind the net around to the left circle. Hartman rolling around with the high slot turns around and fires and that deflects off of traffic in front of the net to the near boards to Keith. He'll chip the puck down ice into the predators zone. Irwin back skating now in front of his net hands the puck ahead to sue. Bam savannah at the predator blue line moving left wing to center ice will backhand it down in behind the hawk net. Battling near with Joe Hanson. Pulled free for a moment by July now camp has it for the hawks carrying to center ice up the left wing tried to fire it across the rink. He did. But it deflected up in over the predators bench. Mr. the ground directly over the head of fear. Laviola? Here's the four the head coach at the San Jose Sharks. Got hit in the head last night with the puck and was absent from practice today. I Senator concussion protocol. He's done a concussion, I guess a little bit. Coaches have to go into the concussion protocol. Dangerous. Gotta keep your eye on the play all the time. He's a former hockey player. I laugh at it in jest. But hopefully, he's going to be ok p. Remember of the terrier hockey association at the time Kitchener Rangers played a little bit in Milwaukee. H O in behind the. Nashville net back when they were in the called put it over to the right boards for sue van shot. A pass ahead for Watson hawk line. Deflects off his stick down behind the net. Helium moves it over to dalstrom put it behind the head over to Murphy, passing hit the tapes. He tried to make a pass ahead at center ice, Nick by sue ban who took the puck away hawk line to debrincat over the press line left wing to the left wing boards surrounded by a couple of predators. Lost the puck down to the corner to echo. He chips it up the right wing boards to Fiallo who then lost the puck in the hawk line. Gusta Sunday Keith over the center circle to Strom moves it now for him off over the predator line left wing, but it's over his stick analysis will take the puck race in behind the net sent it off the left wing boards down behind the hawk net. Justice and air to get it pops it around strong leads to long break over the line suckle. Depend on the slot. Terms and fires and Rene is down with a butterfly save. Bush Rome was trying to feed Patrick. Kane in the right wing circle. Look like Ryan Ellis, actually Roman. You'll see my got in there and disrupted that Ron John piece. Keesa? Great play by. Good read by the defense right off the bat. Nashville predators seeming to guys in the fence or taken away you read the play further heart around the boards. You saw what was their these muffled little chip off the boards to Stroman? It's a two one one romanucci thirty points on the season coming into tonight's game. One of the best defenceman in the NHL makes a good play Strom with a clean face off wind gusts Gusta, Cindy flying along. Save made by Rene. Holds the puck. Faceoff will be in the circle is right to good face off win thereby strong. Blackhawks that work their way back in this one in the face off circles. Predators had one nine of eleven draws on their power play. Blackhawks one for one on their power play and ended up in the back of the net. Killers. Gotta do a better job. Let's including the captain Jonathan chase bearing down on your shorthanded makes a huge difference. The drop of the puck Strom put it to the near boards. Gujral took it away. And then lost the puck and Duncan Keith skates. At the point within the puck leads to center ice. Patrick kane. Put it back against us in hawk line the Strom over the predator line. He's able Deka through the legs of L escape behind him. And go get it. Then he's taken down by good dro-. No penalty called puck clear to center ice now Baio see back into the hawk zone. Patrick kane's. Got a circle the deal delays, right? Cain. Drops it off to Keith hawk line. He steps ahead at center ice squeezing a pass through this deflects onto Kane. Stick over the predator blue line, but we get a whistle as the players. Whistle loss is a great example of the one three one Astle plays in the neutral zone. Duncan Keith had no speed is trying to get to the red line. But that high forward wasn't going to allow that to happen. Either. Going to move a g two d and find his speed to get at least to the red line. You're not gonna be in a position to get the puck into the offensive zone. And you make a little play at the blue line there all shutdown smothered by the structure of the Nashville predators. David camp wins the face off the puck back to the hawk blue line. Murphy there to start up the pass ahead. Besides short of the predator line at center ice. She slaps it off the right boards into the present. Cam you send gave it away along the left boards. Look like he put a high sticking to the face of David camp. Nothing called their pocket spun down to the hawk line by Erwin dalstrom took it there shot it back into the predators on Irwin Senator ahead for Forsberg who made a pass up the right wing that misses Arvidsson. This goes all the way down for against Nashville based off comes down to the circle to Rene any data, you know, just to get to the red line and get the puck in against Nashville. That's half the battle. The other half is keeping the puck away from the goaltender Pekka arena. He comes out, very active. He plays the pot blow. They send one guy in the one three one puts one guy in deep basically in the middle of the top of the faceoff circles. And he goes to get the puck in whatever corner. So you've gotta have some deep from everybody else. Keep the puck away from the goaltender to be effective. Other than other than that, the Nashville predators will just have that opportunity to turn. Kamata the zone to ice and calls here in a role for the Nashville predators. So they'll face it off again to the right hand side effects arena. He'll be the fullest seasons heating, air conditioning and plumbing. Faceoff flow reasons, four seasons. Going to be Joe Hansen in caves again, Joe won the last straw you. Teves engaging quite a battle. He's one nine of his twelve draws so far, Jill Hanson has. Cross circle to rent as right and Johanneson wins. Another your corner to Irwin put the puck behind the net. The hand use Senate up the left wing is to flex to center ice. Caves has it front of the benches took a Hoon over the center ice circle. Why did off the end boards predators zone bounces out there? Irwin who shot the power into the protective netting. This is gonna put the hawks back on the Citco killing. Good power play. That talk have just flipped up on him as he was trying to ring it around the glass, but no brainer. He's in the box. Power play for the hawks. When we return with thirteen eighteen left in the third the predators lead it three two two..
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Chapo Trap House
"Know the cultural history or the consequences of the history of anti semitism, or you know, a billion things you'd have to know. Like, okay. Why why why is there this separate group of white people? It's like very powerful. You would just have to suddenly figure that this is this is. An alien group that just wants to harm you and not just that like, okay. Some German Jews had to like the ended up in finance, and there's an achievement thing was part of the simulation, blah, blah, blah. But it's going to get worse here because. Yeah. The only thing that will keep people coming out is that election day fervor. And the only reason most of these people vote is because fuck the other side, they're not excited about anything else. They're going to do like if you fucking run a strict poll, this is exactly what the tax Bill is. Exactly what Xs is exactly why is there not fucking excited for that. But if this is the only thing that keeps Republicans coming out. Yeah. We're gonna we're going to become more like, Hungary or somewhere like that. We talk about one guy in particular, which is very germane to this discussion of like is the Republican party as it's currently constituted. Like is there any difference chains the moderate Republican party and just like a white nationalist political party? Steve king of Iowa. Steve king of Iowa Republican congressman. He is the closest thing in America that we have to an openly white national European style right winger just the other week went some funded junket where he visited Auschwitz in Poland, he visited Auschwitz immediately after it gave an interview to in extremely right wing, Austrian newspaper. I think where he said it was very profound in moving. But I I felt the need to get a non-jewish perspective on the holocaust. I wanted to polish perspective on the holocaust. And I wanted to find out if the communists were worse than the Nazis. You know, what happened is he went to Auschwitz, and then he snuck downstairs to the room with a bunch of filing cabinets, and he opened up the box that says Jewish lies, and he found the documents. They got us. They got honestly put a guard on that door. It's like it's getting embarrassing. But Fred loiter goes in there and now this guy, but you know, Steve king as far as. Until he doesn't actually do anything for his constituents. He doesn't pass any league, isn't sponsor any bills. Really what he what he does do is going press junkets with far right nationalist politicians in Europe, wielders that fucking lunatic and other very explicitly white nationalist political movements in Europe. And then he says things like, you know, we can't have a future with someone else's babies. And I remember a while ago a year ago, Jonathan shade wrote an article in New York where he was skull once again doing what he always does scolding the left for being too bellicose or too quick to tar the entire right wing in this country with the sort of old right Neo Nazi label, and Steve king was one of the examples and I asked him because one of the only time she ever replied to me on Twitter, right said, John. How would you categorize this quote? And it was the quote about we can't have a future with other people's babies, and he said, oh, I think that's sort of edging closer. All right, but not openly white nationalist. And it just like what the fuck are you talking about? Drawing here, John and why and I again, very telling if you wanted to think about fascism as the rise of fascism historical phenomenon. This is Jonathan Shay do they would never ever be as ruthless or parsing to the fucking right wing. They are the left edging is a good description of Jonathan chase writing process. Luding process. It looks like you're trying to sign into white nationalism. Tell me how many school buses are in this picture, and I will decide if you're actually Nazi. Thanks, john. Steve king, very helpfully kind of laid it on the table. Somebody confronted him about hang out with all these psychos. You know, like users Vander racism, and all these psycho from the Austrian cricket hate crime party. And he goes, hey, these guys would be Republicans if they were in the United States, and these Grech they would be we've only got two parties they really don't have anywhere else to go..
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Rapid Change Matters
"Inside like measurements. All sigmund. Freud didn't really learn a lot more to not let say radical more practical on new co what were they was that the leg measurements? I think he's a thirty two short. You say just just a point house of the rapid change listeners. You this is the level of questioning the really gets the daytime on the things that really matter are my genetic you can lend so much one of those is this so much of bullshit unite glosses anyway. About the so, yeah, I would on Tim cool. No realized I have haven't still about skilled so somebody listeners might my punishment before Jonathan chase own on a weekend. Coast with him. I think tape prices happens. It's on went on the weekend with him, and to be brutally honest more in today's the more. They do in ten months is front and the ignited something inmate absolutely fine up something that I've never had before the confidence Peleg's. So they know to go Jonathan's for that cost. And we roll down the next lined up ready to go. Go down there and stunt guy. Started learn hypnosis and hypnotherapy with Jonathan which Dr that was the the Jonathan full very Dr a right to Prague. And what for me it what? Absolutely because the place that offered me cancelling before our telephone mon- counselor are lived in Suffolk area, south Norfolk every east coast, and my counselor was in Bristol, these telephone conversations just exhausted by that is no I'm not being rude to the Kansas out them show is great counts to see. But this particular way of doing things was shine actually might be much more angry. They fight like one of the questions in benches foreign podcast is that on the phone the therapist actually sits me when you get run. I've account how did it fail? Well, how do we answer that? But then it was not bullish lots of I'm going that. No, there's anger against the drink driver. It's the. Against Gigi dick because you're not hard. Do you think it fills ought to get that John Jones dynamic approach was far more beneficial to me, and then we saw them die. Thank one day to. And I couldn't Alex Buxton pace who lives up in the nuts with area was the first place is doing out, which I think was the fuss ever pro possession with me. And all just pulled older. They cups of is the Bosnia's the Iraq. They old. Yeah. The tools of dunning you everything of saying because. With the Bosnian customizing. I mean that was more of a comeback social wack in day movement piecing people together and driving onto the next decade objecting. When we were in Kosovo Iraq was much excitement just holding out just trying to keep alive to be brutally honest. You know, that's what they're doing that. You don't do anything that's helping the public shit just mentioned son playful, and you don't do anything said the public interested to it to the point blunt. You look at yourself. So the thing is is that I am, you know, some self preservation everything on Bill out of the disease. More military police need experience, I'm being run on that old decided a wanted to come out in one big thing. And for I think it was nine hours is it gonna pull Joachin suicide weapon fudge on. He saw they would make for nine hours. Just sobbed my hall at literally crying, laughing crying, laughing for nine hours of drinking in the bar, laughing and Kron signs on everything. And that was the moment the that really five me up. Of they stop it powerful. This stuff is really powerful, which then led onto just what you see narrowed is is somebody who's just allow just love. Why do I eight Brandon chicken stuff to be honest? If he was to cut me open at bay pocket, watch and. And not the beget next wound up doing this because on our profound. It was a mind lost. My love to deliver that to to people that with mate is while included in students dot teach and including the people that come into this Barry office in Saint with made that laws. The shore of comes across the passion as you talk about it, and the very personal journey, and as the number of the guess, I've had on the podcasts all often have various little different levels of dramatic personal
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"It's weird because it's right there in front of us and is always been yeah that but that's that's what the charleston shape pieces like what i get the media part of the way the media is behaving is how we got here in the first place is like oh both sides do no that's just crazy in the presence couldn't possibly be it's like yes look at what you don't like when all these pieces come together leah and i think when muller is done i mean i think jonathan chased right i think malcolm nance's right that we are going to be astounded and i truly believe maybe i'm being happy happy he's going to get them that this is quite be too i mean what we know already is to damning i mean i just i am telling you know what he's gonna take this whole party down with them and good because even like prominent conservatives like bill crystalline mex boater saying this party needs to be destroyed to rebuild itself they are complicit in to reason at this point and in in i mean are they really going to pretend this isn't important what's happening at the supreme court the we're going to put someone in that's going to you know say own presidents above the law doesn't know why i think i need to be careful how we talk about it because if we start screaming only about roe versus wade which ps we had a conservative with head of conservative court for many years i don't know the that number it's like thirty or forty but you know it's been it's been conservative for very long lifetime they have never overturn roe versus wade and if they do but there's much bigger fish to fry a really really bad thing yeah but most people that are poor can't afford to get an abortion any way in those in those states that really people it already so i think we need to really focus also other issues will say about that one when people say up though that's only oh on yeah that about the unions there is no people who aren't in unions don't realize like i do nonunion movies the reason that nine you new movies make any sense is because of the union movies yeah because unions pull up every by right even non union people right they don't realize yeah i mean in this latest court ruling it's like oh yeah you should get the benefits but not have to pay for you know not not have to contribute to your union i mean it's just it's sort of a standing on every level i mean it's just an and i think that you know what we what we don't like sort of what i think is because people have they need to survive mentally emotionally and i feel people are like that's not going to happen like did you ever think this was going to happen like yes this is blocking going to happen women are gonna lose their right to choose they're going to die like travis gay i send him my mother the day after ninety five year old trump voting republican mom i was crying i was like you know mom i wanted you to see me get married you know and i i mean you really don't think they're going to overturn marriage equality absolutely they are if they get a chance i'm getting married on august twenty fifth before it's too late yeah really scary you have to feel that way yeah that's that's my my repellent personnel in my crush on you is what prevents me from actually finding happiness but that's not important la talk about let's focus can throats catherine weird out yes everyone talked about after nixon was impeached or nine peach but after nixon resigned people lost their faith and their trust in government and i was like the euro was born so i didn't experience that firsthand but are we going to have something like that when trump is taken out because people aren't gonna want trust government they're going to they're going to really see how bad guy government he's an announced but but in with that yeah is that anything that i don't know i don't i don't know how he's i don't know i.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Tiniest little town in kentucky right he's ruling all of us he's telling us all how to live how to think would do with our jonah's cool is this man i mean i'm sorry i just i mean he's representing near my vaginal gag worthy isn't it to go from on i'm sorry it's a happy hour how to happen drinking i'm doing this for america dravis very early i don't know nobody that you know we all have to get this out of our system that's what's going on right now i know you re tweeted david corn in many ways the media presents the russia scandal mostly as a political fetch of trump now as a serious threat to the nation this is why i have malcolm nance on every week he just is wrote a sequel to the plot to hack america the plot to destroy democracy it says not even just about america now we're finding out that russia i knew brexit was dirty like it's all i mean what was the tweet at run today about ask your doctor if a period of geopolitical upheaval is right for you every night drinking and watching back to the future i can't i mean this is but you know what i'm saying is a movie plot that you couldn't write that you go this is worldwide it is the treason is happening right in the open he's meeting with putin with nobody else there all this at any even morning talking points or putin's benching nato bashing eu it's terrifying they've got to stop isn't there any hero in the republican party to stop this isn't there anybody that's actually christian susan collins i'm lisa murkowski of yeah against the point in a move where john mccain comes back isn't this the point in the movie were some of them grow some balls like oh like doesn't matter i'm going to retire i can make a whole bunch more money on the talk show circuit than i can in the corker inflict both retiring right now there will you have should any number of prominent hiring why don't they stand up as you i was just thinking that today why don't they be heroes today why don't what is jeff flake and leo we keep talking about i get that he's awful on every issue we care about cavenaugh but why are they not saying somewhere under criminal investigation doesn't get to choose the judge try we are nation of laws like it's so shocking that it doesn't work yeah i thought it worked i thought basically worked but i think this is the thing that i'm talking about today is that get worked because basically people are basically decent right with this man had so much so much practice being a charlatan and a liar and a cheat and a thief we weren't prepared we were not prepared for a president that had no morals i'm gonna had no one to answer your money jonathan chase piece in your magazine it's about how this could be way deeper darker than we even know yet and it's pretty bad what we know but how long he may have been a russian accent asset cultivated from probably the time he was over there you know with the pageant i mean it just it's it literally is and i'm not a conspiracy theorist but you're just like every part of the story that comes out you go oh holy shit you know and how much more obvious does it have to be how much more money does the man need i mean that's what it's all about right about money and so how much more money i mean wouldn't he his money for gum in prison what are we care that's just insane all insane and it's just crazy everyday and one i was talking to someone yesterday and they said what percentage of your depression is about trump like let's all side what percentage of our deprived every day is is added to i say this all the time lee.
"jonathan chase" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones
"You might be reading that tomorrow and he has been a com i coming up next is some sun a better think you need to copy in daddy his family sabotaging his recruitment of gordon hayward that stories the heck's hits ticker said it had were filling in for the money man has been ready shameless the right time with money june dinner hurt in for bonnie the right time on espn radio and the espn abc we are presented by progressive insurance i love this story on espn dot com about the pursuit of gordon hayward who was going to be a free agent and there's a bunch of teams jonathan chasing celtic's make a lot of sense because hayward went the butler and brad stevens is the head coach in boston but there's there's been a little bit of a a tug of war here between celtics and danny ainge and not necessarily the jazz but ages son tanner who is running for congress in utah so tanner age has repeatedly expressed a desire for hayward to stay with the jazz via twitter and last night he tweets tanner aged tweets a gordon hayward a linked to a news story about how massachusetts is considering a quote millionaires tax that could eventually elevate the tax burden for high earners the celtics our position offer a four years on june twenty seven million and of course if he stays to the jazz you can earn more but so danny ages attempt to recruit gordon hayward might be submarine by his own son i think that that's that's hilarious i like our tenor ages trying to keep a star in salt lake city and you know what for once there is the causes a reason why you do that when you're millionaire what are you wanna do number one you wanna stay of millionaire or be a billionaire great if you can in this in this situation you want to be able to maintain your money or grow it you don't want to go backwards so i find that that funny that tenor ages bringing up as a point because fillon lose what is a draw for the the jazz and that is that is this young player in unkown hebert i i will say this to about hayward.