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"kristen christon" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

11:42 min | 5 months ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on 9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

"And I really didn't want my PhD dusty piece of research on a university shelf. Someway I think sometimes can happen Celina CETERA. How do I can get out because my research was showing that majority of elite athletes? Were we call it identity. foreclosure in other words it you just added entity narrowed down on his one thing that they were doing as we spoke about earlier self worth and everything drawn from this is what happens in win said entities. It is threatened and then I thought well one sure thing for athletes is that you are going to stop you all going to retire and even if you continue like myself I still sun on but just for fun. I don't know competing anymore so even if you still continue in the sport in some way it's not going to be at the same level is a definite threat to retirement. Identity is retirement time and the effort will actually for me. I think people like stories. We kind of learn best through stories and so decided to kind of collect a number of over time and stories from some ethics from inside Africa and ready just not that. I wasn't interested in a career. We spoke a little bit about that but really that idea of how did you decides decides to retire and what happened during this transition. And what would you have done differently in interesting. So many of them said Costa is ready. Great I mean he talks about this. But if I'm honest when I was nineteen or twenty at I would have listened to you to tell nineteen year old to think about life off like whatever but we still need to stop these conversations and I think for me. That's like a cultural shift in sport needs to come as that. These conversations nations have to be spoken about high school already but these dreams that we spoke of that needs to be something that is in student athletes from a young age was. You're for sure you're not gonNA listen anyway until these stories and to try and stay learn from athletes. That have gone before us which I know what you're doing as well which is great and I think if because they're afraid life after sports and that phrase alone is scary. Because I know for me you think about a sport. It's almost like you're done with being everything. Everything asked me nothing. If we may be rephrased to be like the next chapter you know or or like the neck uniform or something because cafe. You know you're from playing into being a football dad. You're still in the fourth worried not on the field at the The scary your Any right I mean even using word retirement is scaring me rather fit the transition as you say fitting out and I was actually speaking some people day in saying that maybe a bit away so thinking about it as Iraq says not that you just achieving sports. And if you remember like as a kid if you ever had like a kaleidoscope in others you look down and say the few think about transition and change change is more like this kaleidoscope way you look down at this beautiful picture and as you shift changes so the picture in Latin patents kind of shift change into something else and is equally as beautiful. It's something different end to save. We can have this idea of. The transition is not an end point. And it's not something worse than Dan. The picture in your life that shift and change but it's every bit as magical and beautiful as the other one and it's something you said that we should look forward to rather than something to be afraid of that caused the like if our nineteen in heard you talk me at college would hire lifting exactly executive. Would you listen and look there might be some nineteen year olds do that. I know that they will be allotted winds but I still think well we keep trying and somewhere along the line again again. I think that we need to add nineteen. We need to speak but as a safe. It goes almost beyond that we need to be speaking to young athletes at school. And I'm sure that you awesome. Did you speak to him in your spirits yourself at at high school my experience as well. It took us a game you the athlete. You're going to Olympics or you're doing this and so often you you hit parents on my kid is going to be this Olympia Four genes old goodness knows what they're going to be. That's it's at school already a kind of soution fourteen. We already kind of instilling in kids at this is the sports dream and so I said for me it has westbound that age. We need to start speaking about some of these other things. So parents and teachers and coaches like this is a great dream to have but also as you said what about your schoolwork or what about other things that you're interested in and I go and speak school and you ask these. Young athletes are young. What else you interested in other than sports and Offenbach? Well you know I enjoy hanging out with my friends and going to movies like that's not an interest we all enjoy this. What else you enjoy? What I end to this? And it's not that I could get. Will we have some self exploration also think it'd be great to if if we have like Like you teach in elbing. Athletes learned their goal to get to the dream. 'cause kind of a lot a lot of it. I just think the dream jets comes by showing up. And how could I went home like last like last ball or something in we'll talk more high school like freshmen. And also what your goal for next year and he was like. I don't get all offer to college. Like how do you get there. Like I don't know and we have big dreams but then we not to get there and then we wear limbo when all crashed. We don't make it happen absolutely and I think as you saying look just about pitching but it's also not some about working hard like you have to wear club with some other things to it as well and I mean probably slightly off topic but I'm in the another athletes. Young athletes are the days seemed to me that people always say well. If you work hard you know you can achieve what you want. And she's like that's rubbish. She worked hard and she still didn't make the team and that team and I think that so. Sometimes the problem like you can work but sports unpredictable. It's uncontrollable selectors unpredictable It's more about again. Another sounds like a cliche fiche but we also have to focus more on what you becoming through this process. NSA Don't get me wrong. It's the super competitive. I'd like to do well. Electoral alike matic's dwell but is no guarantee that if you were called you're definitely going to become the pro athletes or Olympic athletes. So they has to be something else it makes it worth it to be able to definitely if the journey through the sports absolutely. MSN Annoy Todd against bishop young athletes despite even old F. It's to really truly understand. I think you know as we speaking. Now we have the benefit of hindsight and that was saying twenty hindsight twenty twenty so we can speak not having gone through for it and I really do understand when going through it. It's a lot hotter so and in a way they use may be found this self people that you speak to but also a lot of athletes. I remember the one F Ichi. She had gone to Olympic Games and she said you know it's great to get me wrong is fantastic visa kristen. It's just it's like another meeting. You think it's going to be this incredible mind-blowing thing and change but it's not necessarily wake up the next day and it's just you and are you. One of my favorite. Quite sports coats was Irish back to Rafael Nadal tennis player and a couple of years ago when the French Open and you journalists him so do you think you're a bit of personal often. Whatever fits teisal any said he said? I don't think any bid to it's good to win. Titles it's important to win. Titles but he said I'm not bitter now than I was five hours ago. He said you have to know who you are before the match. And you have to know who you are off the match the same person and I think that's such a powerful thing because so many athletes also think by being Olympia being a world champion. I don't know if they're gonNA feel better about themselves somehow. I'm having to change them. Dramatically and it can be quite disappointing when you wake up the next day and it's just you now with middle. What if you guys and so gonNA help athletes see that we speak about this the sense of worth that you have to find a sense of worth yourself apart from this because even if I I do get that Olympic gold medal and say don't get me wrong it's wonderful and it can be very cool experience and it's awesome achievement but used to listen person fundamentally Chimenti and say athlete? Sometimes they think I'm GonNa be changed as a person because of these things and then again if it doesn't happen feel so destroyed. That didn't happen and you have to help them again. It's the see yourself as a person not just an athlete because like if the money calm during the car there the lifestyle you think that they may you ten time better that way. I thought you know had a million dollar contract added. I'll be so happy Every but it's like you put it reliably sneaking though that if you need the outside things he determined you're worth their shed so with you. You got the book and then Were agency slow all it goes. Someone asks you Dr. Kristen Christon won't do you do in. How do you serve athletes? Won't you say always laugh and I gotta ask that question because it's quite difficult to answer. Is things things. I'll try not to bore you with Steph. Essentially help athletes a headline private practice with Newton Agency. It's what's marketing and Representation Agency so my business partner Leroy Newton. He was South African Sprinter Brenna champion athletes and he represents a number of acids Manian Indian track and field but in some other sports as well so my job is the same radius poses looking off. Some of the psychological health will being of athletes. I work with the said. African Cricket Association which is like the Cricketers Plays Association and American. Start winning a quick too well but it's a big chance audience Africa and then also my players which is the rugby players association working particularly this area of Ju- career and transition and sort of life. Not just I often Life apart from it as well. So it's life skills development mental health awareness a huge area of interest for me in elite athletes. An actually that something I forgot to say earlier is that you know. My clinical training is a psychologist comes in handy working in sport because a lot of athletes who suffer depression anxiety. These kind the things so said we can see. I've often on Good Austin question. 'cause it's quite broad but in private practice agency the helping some of the athletes also run a nonprofit organization called goals only project which looks particularly women in Another issue close to Mahat issue. She being a woman in sports said of body confidence. You know just the way that we speak about women in sports media coverage of women's sports so ultimately it's quite varied. I really enjoy writing as well. Survive number of articles and was eaten agency as well L. Develops content. So it's difficult to put in one line stolen and that will make sense in author.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

11:50 min | 8 months ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on My Favorite Murder with Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark

"'cause I haven't seen it so I was like no I get that job and I didn't get that show at all. It's pretty high level. I have nephews nieces. They don't WanNA watch frozen. Yeah that's right you have a you have a whole other. Should have made cars draft mind. Graf Mind Graf So they let Kristen. The twenty-three-year-old hostage talked to him and she begs the prime minister to let her leave with the robbers in the car. She's like I've she says I fully trust Clark and the robber. I am not desperate. They haven't done anything to on the contrary they have been very nice but what. I'm scared of the police will attack and caused us to die. Yeah so even when threatened with physical harm the hostages still work compassionate towards doctor so So Olson suggested shooting the spin in the leg to shake up the police because is it had been. It's like this one on six days. Oh Shit Yeah and so at one point there. Let's shoot him in the leg to showing me in business and and spend said that he thought it was was kind of them that they would shoot him just in the leg and not in his body it is night. Yeah Yeah So. Elizabeth ogrin complained of CLAUSTROPHOBIA. This per is a low weird for me okay he. They tied a rope around her neck because they were in the bank and let her walk outside the bank vault and just hang out which is like a little degrading mhm but she was really grateful of it. That's like the one hint of these two are like the hints of Stockholm Syndrome. Making sense to me. Yes that there's that they definitely had a sway over these and they were doing things that maybe weren't the coolest ray at the people. Were just grateful that they were having a not the worst. I'm sure that that that the shape of all this was this is going to be a traumatic experience within it. It's not being traumatic experience. Like oh great or the little kindnesses in between that like make sure that everything's going to be okay which is all your fucking grasping for is that something is going to be okay. Yes and so so when people come along and give you those assurances then. You're kind of like wool now. I love you right as other than this. I'm just I'm blind. I'm in the dark entirely and I think I might die. So whatever you say to me is GonNa start becoming very meaningful and make you look very powerful right So so it isn't Hollywood. I relate entirely. It's like being fucking held hostage ultimately the last six days. That's fucking crazy along. Volt they close the door to the vault. They have no food and water and they have to poop and stuff in the corner for Real. I think so. I'm making that up. They were locked in the vault so they must have had to go to the bathroom in the corner. This is not criminal. There's here's your proof How is the big? I don't think so no I think so because I think a Kark says that the he appreciate appreciate them going through this disgusting filthy event with him and so I think they were sitting in a corner if they were shooting odd. I just be like you know what. Here's the the thing. Now I have. I really have a CLAUSTROPHOBIA. Around Shit I could be out in open fields but you six lend takeaway from this area. That's crazy what. Maybe maybe there's vault bathrooms. Maybe one emergency volt bathroom if you like when it okay you know how they have safe deposit boxes yes. What did a lot of people got a nice surprise fries the next couple of years here safety deposit boxes and you're saying how much is this? Shit were fifteen million dollars guys. We can make all of those folks because it's the the Stockholm Syndrome story which inherently is about the violence not affecting people in the normal rate. Oh Yeah it's basically our story. Our origin story can put anything into that. We want okay. Six Days Convicts Tuna Physical Harm to the hostages and on the night of except for the pooping thing very harmful very August. Twenty eight after more than one hundred thirty hours. Police may start drilling holes in the vault. The cops were and then they finally put in and tear-gas which is like such a Dick move to the hostages right right but I mean after. I think there's so much pressure the whole country's watching if not more than where it's like. Well what are these cops going to. It's going to suck for them but it's this isn't like we're not killing them when it can't yet when it came down to the end they were just like okay either. We drill holes and put tear gas house in or we go with the bees idea which I still don't think is a terrible idea. I'm still onboard with drunk. Karen's idea but B.'s There's there's A. There's a drunk Karen in Sweden called that in. She's like I can't do it. Swedish accent but The idea of they had to they had to move it forward. Yes Yup ever. It was stalling and they knew. I think the police at that time knew they couldn't do anything truly violent because right. They couldn't even being watched they were being watched in the whole thing became about police. Violence Clark called the newspapers and everything was was letting them know that everything is fine here. No one's being hurt just so that they couldn't spin the story and make him seem all violent and crazy. Amazing amazing. Yeah so Yon Unin Clark quickly surrender and the police want the hostages to come out. I but the hostages are like we fucking refuse. We know you're GONNA shoot them if they're laugh so they're coming out with us. Wow which is like. They're protecting their lives. Yeah point in the door with the vault the three women the three women Kiss Olsen Olsen goodbye and spend shakes hands with them for six days and the police seize the gunman and while that happens to the hostages. Cry Out. Don't hurt them. They didn't harm us while. Kristen Christon is wheeled away in a stretcher. And there's photos of her sitting up in her stretcher like watching to make sure they're okay she says. Clark I will see you soon. She liked Clark Clark I think and I think they ended up looking later. Yeah are you being serious. I swear to God criminal. He mentioned get we closer than friends. I swear he's a real. He's a cat. He's he's a real so-and-so Fella. It later came out that during the standoff. He had soothed kristen when she had a bad dream and he gave her a bullet from his gun. As a keepsake. Now I mean. It's just that it's Kinda Because somebody it's Li- here looking out for you. I'm like she's like oh I'm scared like also Taylor later. What if Jesus like you personally big? Jesus was like a bad guy. I know that is not our by Ram Rambo. I'm sorry I'm sorry but I think it is. The there is a manipulation. Obviously because it's not normal feelings non normal situation but I just keep thinking like like after six days you've hung out with people where they're like. Look I don't WanNa be a bank robber. I actually used to have a dream of becoming a great. Whatever things Swedish Niki working and it's like in my dreams were deferred? Well it's like they have enough time to get their stories straight. So it's like you can empathize with why they do you. And here's the other thing because the door was locked. They were also in the dark over the holes that were drilled into the into it. Wow so like that's they just went through some shit yet. They went to heart that really. That kinda turns that's spins it as well and the smell okay. It was like a stinky podcast. Where they all all became best friends? We dot flight. Let's start it Both the public and police were fucking totally perplexed by the hostages seemingly irrational attachment their captors. The police begin even to investigate. Whether Kristen was part of the robbery plot to begin with Oh like this is so impossible. She must be fucking part of this. Yeah the captives were confused is to the the following day. One of the one of the hostages asked a psychiatrist. Is there something wrong with me. Why don't I hate them like they were confused? Two psychiatrists were like let's psychoanalyze motherfucker. And compared the behavior to the wartime shell shock exhibited by soldiers. You know and explain that. The hostages had become emotionally indebted to their abductors and not the police for being spared death. Yeah right make sense Swedish psychiatrists neal's Bergeford dot later coined the term Stockholm Syndrome to describe the so-called captor bonding which became part of the popular lexicon in nineteen seventy four when it was used as as a defense for the kidnapped newspaper Heiress Patty hearst. Who assisted the radical Symbionese Liberation Army captors in a series of bank robberies? His her fucking that. It didn't work though defense and I'm still horrified by this that she was sentenced to thirty five years in prison and later it was later reduced to seven years. I like. That's so crazy isn't it. Yeah I still think it's a miscarriage of justice. The whole story is so only in the seventies could have happened happened because it was it was so and you know it was in San Francisco right so there. It's yeah it's just above and beyond everything and the all those like big. She is so gorgeous pictures of her. The whole thing is like a weird movie plazas let in real life conquers. The hostages were so the hostages wouldn't testify against a bank robber and Kirsten even lied on the stand. Saying that Clark had never held a gun during the six day standoff. Oh fucking live is going to. She was going down for her man. She said she wanted to punish in fact she said she would have given him a metal. were up to her. I mean charm goes a long way. I think they have medals for that. No now I do for the lack of extreme violent. Yeah for not good number one for not murdering yeah but in that scenario. Reo You're you work at bank. You kind of fear this all the time. You've already run through what could happen and how bad it could be so the thing is happening that you fear but it it's with people that are like we don't WanNa hurt you want this money. There's still that little bit of like chance that they could not things could go wrong and you could still will be killed and yet so terrifying. Yeah then you're shitting in a corner Part Yang was sentenced to ten years in prison for the robbery. And Clark. I didn't go to prison at all for his crime because he was like. You guys made me. He can't be no he was pulled into it but he's been back in prison many times since then. No Shit and so eve even after they returned to prison the hostages made jailhouse visits to their former captors. I know and Yawn was released in nineteen eighty and once freed. He married one of the many women who sent him admiring letters while incarcerated and they like had a a kid together they went fucking straight. They own like a mechanic's place or something. Wow had like a normal life so he has a normal life because of the being involved in that maybe will because she sent a letter. That was the inciting incident. You GotTa hope that's the movie plots got and since the Robbery Yon John is not been convicted of another any other crimes. Great and has openly apologize for the hostage situation awesome. Yeah and that's the story of the fucking Stockholm Home Syndrome. God I feel like that might be best case scenario any true crime story. You could talk us. I hope yours isn't horrible. It is the worst. Are you ready. Oh hold on. Let's be.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

16:22 min | 1 year ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast

"Really broken up about that matty's leaving. She never said anything to me yeah. We'll you know full cycle on her for holding James's an can't imagine why she yeah you got mad at her for holding someone's his hand when he was crying about his girlfriend and you made her accessory to helping you kill you. Just don't use mentally disturbed. People is not nice. Let's see how everything's all nice and sweet here. The music's just playing everybody's chilling out. It's all good Catherine's got her like or <hes>. Margaret's got her <hes> peanuts. Is that <hes> let's see them walk back. They're playing bass. Who is it t-bone woke playing the base? I don't know here's Donna lip sync battle with Donna Hayward Gosh all right. Let's go over here. We can find out a photo. We're GONNA look at the liner notes of this record Zana's consulting her audio library because if I'm on skype and I tried to Google at the same time it's all just GonNa fall apart. HANG UP ON US again. Don't do that now. Things time little little time passes and we kind of switched tracks school kids to in the bar to another one of my favorite Julie crew songs the world spins and which which was actually one of my suggested names for this very podcast that was always love that title the world spins well. He's not on the album. This is such a imperfect. This is where from this point onto the end of the episode is perfection. I'm I'm putting that out there yeah he's not on the album but it might have been say that looks like him. I just got a glimpse of in it is happening again and like like seriously like right now as I'm talking to you Bob Okay so whenever he says that we know that Bob is killing someone right exactly. This is the Bob Signal so this is the Bob Signal so now we know wait here Leland's admiring smiling in the mirror we cut Leland and then and then back to the reflection. Don't tell me what he's going. Just tell me when he's going never gone. He's laughing so here we are in the game of Barbara Leeland where one hundred percent which we've we've achieved full one hundred percent upload of of Bob Bob Bob Bob uploading is complete. Now we know let me just take out and we showing basically how he killed. Laura almost kings now we know who fiddler owner and it was her. It's her father. My father killed me about listen listen. What's that smell smells like something's burning yeah? It's the oil but if it was burning than witness enough the smoke alarm just saying it's just it's it's just the oil the burn smelly oil exactly the engine burnt engine oil gator Leland. She can't hide nowhere to hi. Cheryl lease performance here is just horrific. <hes> <hes> I mean it's great in here. It is again I mean this is just so it's so well done but it's just so horrible horrible for the character bunker Bob Punches her. It has been killed by Bob twice. That's more than any actress should have to do exactly now bob like he corners her like he's like an animal cornering his prey. He's like come on. Yeah come on try and make a run for it. You WanNa get nuts. Come up this get nuts and of course Leland has drugged Sarah right so there is out cold yeah pretty much. No the frog bug is awake though Oh my God just with his bare hands and and punches are another couple times. After she goes falls back on the couch then he picks up dance with me into just with me and again sure at least performance here is phenomenal both of them. I mean this is this is this is heart. Heart wrenching is heart-wrenching. It's chilling. It's you can't look away and see here we have this is where Leland creeps in because he's he's. He's weeping over <hes> Laura at the same time but then Bob Leland is a real time but bobbins in the Slo Mo effect and Bob has that that horrible late guttural Bob Scream yes and this white the spotlight on him. He's kissing your ever so sickeningly. God exists ultra ultimate ski guy like kissing touching and well well in this whole thing like he was talking about an animal with its prey that whole concept of you know how animal there's you know like how cats will write pounds and play with their toy with them. Yeah exactly it's just terrible and he's just basically feeding offer fear here you feeding for fear and he's just going to rip the life from her with his bare. Hands and Leland can't take it Leland's had to go through this twice. E cannot take this because not only does he know in so here's here's Bob Bob a search here so this is one hundred percent Bob right here and back to Missoula Woah Mancha and that's the thing it's like Bob. Bob Is not just toying with with Mattie US toying with Leland to ease leading. We live come back every now and again. He's probably feeding off Leland's fear and misery as well. He's letting Leland pop into see what he's doing right. That's happening again. We have also bob pulls out in exacto knife which apparently he added in his pocket right inserts of this letter underneath her ring finger. Yes so this essentially kind of what went down that's now obviously we get the full deal in fire. Walk with me. Yes we do the full full brutal deal. It's LAWRY's a little bit more brutal but not by much now and then we cut back and yet again in the wrong place at the wrong time couvert touches his ring finger I noticed dismissing and the giant fades and the band comes back like this is all just this vision you experienced and the world spins the world spins and again the song becomes even more heartbreaking and this is why I love this episode the Song Everything Coming Together Song complimented this horrible event perfectly. Oh yeah the sun is so beautiful so melancholy and even the waiter comes over and he's like I'm so sorry that's on the shoulder and even the song says don't go away right in Cooper. Has this sad look but he doesn't quite know why yet something happens but it doesn't. Maybe he failed because he couldn't prevent it yeah he he's. He doesn't know what happened in Bobby knows something's wrong yeah. Even Bobby Dowden on log. Lady knows something's wrong don in something's wrong. I'm bobby to figure it out because his connection to Laura I guess Yeah Bobby's connection with Laura. I mean that's the thing we forget. How under her spell body was right? You've been watching so much of James and Laura Than James Donna and then you've been watching a lot of bobby and Shelly Donna breaks down here and cries yeah. It's just the way Donna knew that Laura was dead. If you remember go back to the pilot pilot episode where she's in school and she sits at the desk starts bawling for no reason yeah some she sees somebody running across the quad screaming screaming and she just figures out and Julie crews knows something's up kidding. I mean everybody in this town should bring in Julie Cruise for questioning or have Julie crews. Say you know what you guys. I'm glad you're here confusing to drink minimum to get the hell out of the bar over the Palmer's house because you're cussing shits about to come down clientele. They're good dropping like flies seriously and read curtains. Um what a wreck episode but perfect now we know per have have the big reveal yes oh and then we also get the song playing the credits here so there would just just because does your heart strings weren't tugged enough. Even your heart was breaking after the commercials that A._B._C. threat you before this happened. You're being reminded much. Your heart is broken so this was the big reveal as to who killed Laura Palmer and as they say in fire walk with me. It's your father which just makes it. The most horrible thing is a world so so what you saw this episode for the first time. What was your reaction to the first time yeah I knew that he was did you figure it out? No I knew I had I remember. I didn't watch this winning. Erred washing twin peaks as aired instill it. It came back right right after being canceled after ks access right so I knew but it was it was that sort of thing where you know that you know culturally you know that Darth vader is Luke skywalker father but that's all oh you know until you see the movie you don't. You don't know how it happened. You don't appreciate what went into it right you. Don't you don't know what happened right and I had seen fire. Walk with me before. I'd seen this because I was. I was one of those people that was like starting to get into twin peaks than fire walking. These team has seen the restaurant but I needed win at it with the in order of continuity I win added in order of when I was able to access okay this was but you started with a prequel. No I started with when twin twin peaks came back on the air after it hit the cancelled okay after the letter writing campaign at the end of season to the middle part of season to season so surround the time after this it was when somebody else died at the great northern and went into a okay drawers I got I gotcha got a specific became furniture. Yes became furniture. Yes became legend. It became furniture. That was the first episode I saw. Where was that one and then I I think I think I've made told you the story? The Helmet First Episode Watch yeah this show premiered eared my freshman year of high school but it also it actually technically premiered when I was still in the eighth grade so <hes> 'cause it was earlier on in nineteen eighteen ninety when it premiered so I just had a lot going on that time and I didn't know it was a thing until it was a thing then I started watching it and it was like okay that was in I'd seen like got a bits and pieces of it here and there and it moved around a lot. That was the thing that T._v.. St T._v.. Networks did they do round but yeah because A._B._C. was trying to try to salvage alleged flagging ratings because after they after Laura Palmer mystery ratings went downhill right so there were you know it was all this all these sort of moving around and at the time we didn't know when this thing was actually gonna be on the air exactly as you expected at one night. It'd be on different night completely from Thursday's to Sunday's to Friday's it just really yanked around with the schedule they really did so what happened was is i. I got to appoint where I was. I was like okay. I think I've just a little too late for this party or I'm not going to be part of it. In Sudan I was at a friend's house my friend <hes> my friend Sarah in Christian growing up Sir Looking House in Kristen highs only growing up <hes> they were my friends from kettering and they had been into the show for a long time and I happen to be visiting when that episode so that I'm talking about premiered and so they were GonNa get watch it and I was like okay well. I'll wash it with you guys and I remember bobbing that episode and Kristen Christon screaming at the top and I remember thinking like yours probably more than this guy that I'm realizing but even though I have no idea who this is I know exactly why she screaming at the top of once right now so <hes> <hes> so it really really hooked me and then at that point I was taping it to make sure I saw that remember knowing where it was always so from that point on I was obsessed with it but I did come very very late to the party yeah so that fire walk with me and I knew that it was it was big news because it was that whole you know the same thing that happened in one thousand nine hundred one or two eighty two. I think <hes> we're finally gonNA tell you who shot J._R.. And so it was big news Dallas Yeah Yeah it was. It was really big news tonight. We're GONNA learn who killed Laura Palmer and so. Everybody knew that that's what was going on in. Everybody was talking talking about the next day so I knew that it was Leland Palmer as Bob and I didn't know what that net but I knew that that's within so as I watched the show a little bit more and I you know from that one episode on I was I was fanatic. Nick about this show remember this time before television was on home video before a lot of things were rerun Internet. Obviously the Internet's before Netflix before any of that kind of stuff before you to this the only time I mean I figured I figured I'd find somebody with videotapes that I had no idea when that was going to be so I had no way to go back in time at that point. You really didn't see this show get repeated until Bravo nineteen ninety-five so I had we'd along time to get cut up by that point there had been home video of the first season so I got.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"You can give the better the more you talk about it the better 'cause here's what's going to happen think about over the last couple of months christon that you've been at submitting applications what if you had been putting the same amount of effort into telling everybody you know to be looking for this dino somebody here or when you identified those same positions that you've applied for an nfu you did this let me know but i'm curious when you've applied how many of you applied for oh gosh puddle way i mean i feel like it's a lot better i dunno at least twenty openly lots a lot and this is not to make you feel bad but how many of those twenty once you applied or before you applied did you hit your personal network and go hey you know anybody that works here do you uh you know do you have a friend who knows somebody that works there did you do some research in your personal network to see if there were any connections to any of those twenty roles now okay that's not to make you feel bad debts just to show you that's how you get your resume out of the pile everybody listening to me right now that's in the same boat as kirsten 'cause i've had several these calls you that even get your resume out of a pile in the only way to do that is a personal connection it doesn't have to be somebody that knows you well but it could be hey listen i i have a really good friend of known him for twenty years grown up with them and we vacation with them and they were telling me about this of gal name christon whose applied so she's really really sharp that's a huge huge deal is it not right right i think about how that changes the game great i mean you can literally see somebody go into the pile can you going to be aware is kristen christon christon is okay here i hope so.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

Nacht Beauty

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on Nacht Beauty

"And you know see my tang in my asshole and i felt if i was going to go through with this what am i gonna do i need to go somewhere professional i need to go where there are doctors i need to go to a real medical beautiful professional facility which is why i chose skin and beauty center in burbank oh my god what a gorgeous office not only was the opposite gorgeous but every bite of a works there is also beautiful so i said if somebody's going to look at my tainted it needs to be somebody attractive so that so we did so what you're about to here i just wanna set chap so you now what you're bad here i am in skin and beauty center you hear me get ready for the laser treatment you hear me for it you hear me get cream put on a numbing cream rubbed in my inner out or lay via my volva my tanked is there a medical perennial my believe you my my perennial and my asshole area all that was rubbed with a corinne bias wait woman named helen who's the medical assistant it's going to beauty center oh beautiful gal she was really welcoming and professional then you're gonna hear doctors sadat who is the lead dr an owner of the practice he comes in don't worry i was covered he comes in we interview him a little bit off the cuff regarding my skin some of the things he recommends we talk a little sunscreen talk and let me just say i was very disarmed because he's very attractive then you're gonna hear from kristen christon is the physician's assistant who actually performed the laser hair removal so there are two different women who saw my vagina and my ass hall and then dr sadat was just talking to me so those are the voices you're gonna hear and you're going to go on this journey with me i hope you're excited it's one of those things where it's a very personal decision if you want to get your hair removed from your body there's all kinds of different methods you can shave at you can wax it you can cream it but you know what i'm about that laser live baby.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Uh you to do something that you didn't want to do they did they wide special message on their cake iggy actually i leave it at a wedding cake in itself is a message uh it conveys something that's inherently religious religious spent their people worldwide cross qatar always see us part of a wedding in a sacred ceremony now um okay so juice we you know did did you condemn jay potential customers who can they wanted you to do samesex wedding no actually were precision about twenty seconds long and try it is places i could uh dean you know i would create uh abc sell them anything else in this sorry guys that's just a product that i can't make and so they swore at me flip me off and stormed out of the store uh uh uh uh uh so and they reported you to the authorities and this is now what is it that the authorities want you to do the authorities required me to uh changed my policy and start creating cakes for samesex weddings is required me to retrain my staff which at the time included my name eighty five year old uh and uh my daughters my family and uh as an artist you you just can't create everything that everybody else for but uh everybody could come to shop with your retail there are lots of other neither find uh we don't do holly weaned cakes we going do cakes it with the anti american disparage people uh lewd cakes adult those com we've been done decline cakes but uh defame uh people want me to uh uh kgb i'm not gonna do that he's a hug hugged when you start asia having to confront the of the governmental a turn to the alliance defending freedom because they're there to protect people you and kristen christon wagner who is the senior vice president and general counsel for arizona uh of alliance defending freedom is also nathan uh uh uh kristen where does this case go now and we need stake here but he'll be argued at the united states supreme court in one month under december won't be there with jack arguing his case and what's at stake in the case ace is.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash

"So that's what's happening by road of music did as i boom and that was bruce we near with inter on that was a horrible injure i don't know what we got into i don't know why we did all that i don't know either but i'm happy to be here i'm happy to be here to guys we just got back from a busy day yesterday these as this guy who watched the blogs contacted us because he wanted to propose to his girlfriend on my blog scott scott shut up plan buy two gerald at your door meetings kristen maybe we should meal kristen christon was that you use whoever was got so embarrassing a now that the noises over with back to my regularly scheduled podcast get on it so we had a we have this guy come over 'cause he said he's a big fan of the walk and he wanted to propose says girlfriend who was also a big fan of the block and now this is this is a very this is this is tricky for me because i love this this is like my favorite thing ever like proposals i love relationship so simone proposing to someone on my platform is like fucking incredible mike yes i'm down but right before right before it happened i told jason i'm like jason reach out to this person and make sure and make sure that this girl is going to give the guy a good reaction when she wishes healing propose how can you say that to me i don't know who's going to give a fucking good reaction how do you say that to someone i issue going to give a good reaction i'll fucking no sacramento also has ever before us out what i said i said i said make sure she watched as the blogs right and then you called and you said.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"Down four point since september trump's approval rating hit a new high fifty seven percent trump has also seen a death among his core supporters there's been an eight point drop a lung white evangelical voters these also down eight points among whites without a college degree and six point drop among another three cribs conservatives man and white voters just stop me whenever you want to still not i i'll i'll actually stop right now in kristen christon you do polls all the time again trump voters still supporting eighty seven percent republicans still supporting for the most part tim republicans still supported these numbers are still only but man is he believing independence and of course this is a low for a fox news poll he was at thirty two percent in a poll earlier this month gallup they usually have them around thirty six thirty seven thirty eight faces holding but he's losing everybody else's and the i think people are looking for wears a win you told us there is going to be all this winning where is the win and for the most part trump's own voters don't hold him responsible for that they look at capitol hill they look at democrats they look at congressional leaders they say this is what's causing the winning two had not happened in the way we were promised voters who are we're not trump voters but maybe were willing to give them the benefit of the doubt any didn't participate in the last election but are observers of politics they are now wondering where are the wins and so that's why i think this tax reform question is so interesting because it's a chance to get something through congress with the chance to find an issue that republicans are fairly unified on it could give the president that kind of a win and yet.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on WCHS

"Replacement for the now eliminated smarter balanced testing chosen over the act say department of education executive director of communications kristen christon anderson on the choice of what is a college entrance exams requirement of state law we're going to have skin in the game when they take the so it it just like a saturday at the tsf medics stepped it will be administered during the all day and at the end of the assessment they can shoot this then their gorged up to four colleges are universities at no cost to the students can tell to still take the act anderson says on their own we will find out next week what kinds of annual test students in grades three through rape are going to say i love it here one of the tweets from cnn parts unknown host anthony ward dane who indicates on twitter he somewhere in west virginia i'm making a coal mine one of his stops wednesday more dana chef rider a world traveler says this of west virginia quote displaced moves me like very very few other places and i've been everywhere luggage on a more news dumb no six eleven given out or measures background or a shot of mentioned horror hickam mcdowell county native bestselling author lost a home in the us virgin islands in hurricane erma you spoke about it on talkline with hobby yesterday will hear some of those remarks coming up in our back rounder about the loss of at home and college says the sports that'll be coming up in just a moment as well taking a look at the weather around west virginia this morning light raynham parker's bergen sixty one cloudy and huntington sixty one cloudy and charleston sixty two elkins this morning cloudy and fifty nine degrees and whether.

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"kristen christon" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"kristen christon" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To radio w at weis hey i'm jennifer run i'm robert cros which she says radio lab today we have the story of just how hard it can be to be who you actually are what it seems like the entire world is doing its best to make you who you actually aren't i guess i could mean and this could be too many details but um story starts for us we've got quarter david konrads so for me it was back in the late two thousand fourteen i was living in philadelphia as a grad student and it's time david was applying for jobs and one of the jobs these applying for was a radio show that was doing series about international women's issues and so i i had this on my mind and i was taken a bus to the university and i just overheard somebody talking about their recent trip to venice and of course the classic tourist thing to do when you go to venice is to take a ride on the canal boats the gondolas good on the canal maybe someone someone six famous song very romantic any case the person sitting on the bus exited was telling their friend that they had taken a gondola ride with this first ever woman gondolier invest yeah and they were like poking around in me realise like how good we how does this become a we no i who are you i'm i'm kristen christon clark also a journalist radio producer for her and she and david our partners and collaborators i mean and this is it was interesting like we realize like how big a deal it is to be thema gondolier this is like it's like a nine hundred year old tradition 900 here yet all men yeah all men and it's always power asked father son father son father sign or like uncle nephew down the line because this was like oh this has been no ladies now know ladies then know ladies ever it isn't nine hundred years he had just think about that for a second almost a thousand years of all men men men men men and then one day you get a woman rights as a headline woman breaks through nine hundred yearold glass ceiling i thought that sounds like a good pitch and you're kidding it sounds like god kissed you and the exactly it's under the it sounded like the perfect empowerment story i guess yeah and so we can just like googling at and like it's all over the media seemed like every outlet from the guardian to the new york times.

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