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"michael christopher" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Those are things that you have to be able to afford as a brand and efficiently scale in ways that have that function of capital investment with return and that sort of customer awareness sort of ratio is important with mainstream beverage. So you've got to be mindful of it. I think. Call it twenty to twenty four hemp illegal states that kind of segments your focus enough to really avoid potential law enforcement issues in states that haven't gotten behind on hemp so that kind of divides our focus enough and really just trying to win that tristate area that has a lack of access to CBC whether it's hemp derived or cannabis drive medical marijuana framework still somewhat limited. So I think you know. In these markets there is going to be a demand for him based products as opposed post to states that have had thriving cannabis markets or even black market access. So we'll see how it goes if you could change one thing about the industry and now you've been in both Oh sites. 'cause you're on the cannabis side and you're on the hemp side in my view of the world the hemp side in many ways. Well it does. It's more like a real business like a regular the business that we're all used to place by the same rules. Same structure sure. It has challenges whether you're in food and beverage or otherwise but it's a little more akin to a traditional consumer goods business business cannabis on the other side has its challenges. If you could change one thing what would you change on the cannabis side without analyzing the critiques of regulated Liquor Distribution Within the United States but the broad reach of access with distribution points that that legal framework has provided liquor which is arguably a much more dangerous and risk where the Category of products. I would say that I would suggest we take similar approaches and and work backward on safe use and education in the same way that the liquor industry does which really is just with the main goal of increasing the distribution points and and introducing interstate commerce. which will have a free market effect? where the most trustworthy brands that are producing the products? That sell the best and work the best. I will eventually edge out but I think the state by state model makes it very hard for brands to expand outside of their home state. Unless you want to build a manufacturing business in twenty thirty forty other states until we have better legalization so I think that just inherently makes Consumer confused because they're typically used to seem new foods new beverage brand new clothing brands that come out of nowhere and they fall in love with them and they're able to see them in different places that they go and travel throughout their daily lives. That's really impossible. I think the hemp legalization in Farmville will hopefully help that. But again I think that regulatory model for liquor is best more suited for cannabis us in our homeless offer suggesting more. Stringent regulatory frameworks for liquor risk and safety issues around it. So it's almost like we should. Trade are frameworks and see how that goes and see how many lives we change. And how many more people are actually happier with increase access an excellent point. So I know you're launching launching today six new hamp- CBD infused herbal teas. Can you tell us just a little bit more about those. And then also if there's a place where our listeners can learn learn more about you and about thirty three fantastic yep so this week has been a big one for us. Introducing six new hemp infused full spectrum extracts rex rich in Canada. DIAL CBD so we have thirty three milligrams of active CANNABINOID CBD in each twelve ounce can matched and formulated with functional botanical manacles herbs that provide a mood state benefit hence our our name mood thirty three. So are a great team of formulator and food chemists in partnership Russia with beyond brands and the team in New York and California. We came up with a herbal tea. Line inspired by the original brand of our co founders. Steve which just one of the first organic green tea brands sold in ready to drink. Format pretty wide awareness for that brand so taking some of their inspiration from flavor profiles lyles and matching that with the hemp plant and being organic as possible is really what our line of hemp teas are about in. The great thing is that we have a strategic partnership with ego out of Colorado whoever pretty good awareness in the himse and protein segment of your grocery store and they've gotten into supporting the CBD after the farm bill in a big way. And they're great in that they've formed a collective of native American tribes namely the Lakota tribe out of Colorado North Dakota to actually grow and process the hemp so is a great giveback program to really benefit communities of Native Americans in those two states through implant. So if for every bottle that you're actually drinking your directly influencing a marginalized community that is now benefiting from the farm bill directly so we really loved the partnership in the potential to bring him in every home in a safe way and really celebrate that full spectrum benefit of the botanical 's obviously ham and the the rest of our array of flavors wonderful about altruism. Yes so you can definitely hear about US mood. THIRTY-THREE DOT COM. We'll be launching a video series and educational series his January first with our e commerce offering so definitely keep an eye out for that. We're doing some great original content with the team and speaking with the farmers themselves you can really see where are this. Plant is grown and how it's processed and how it makes it into the bottle so followed our websites. The best place our instagram as well. We'll use in the mood thirty-three three check that out as well Michael. Thank you for your time today. Awesome thank you for having me. We've been speaking with Michael. Christopher co-founder of mood thirty three this feature.
"michael christopher" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Cannabis market market regulations. You mentioned it from the standpoint of the consumer point of view what are the distinctions from your perspective for manufacturer so so there are similar elements that exist on both sides of mainstream. CPG distribution and manufacturing relationship supplier relationships and regulated cannabis. So speaking through the Lens of California regulated cannabis tiered model is is not necessarily a new concept. The tax structures that are applied within regulated cannabis within each layer of the supply chain are a little bit different and require custom financial models to account for for tax rates. Along the way which doesn't necessarily exist in the wholesales. CPG side of food and beverage distribution which obviously sleep those layers of cost tax structure definitely create an environment where the requirement to produce a product that makes sense on margin and also with consumer consumer demand and balancing. The two is a little bit more difficult I would say so. You definitely have a larger reach within mainstream. CPG PG distribution but you are working with accredited or somewhat trustworthy distributors. It manage regions and there is a similar relationship building an aspect to that and trustworthiness without necessarily that compliance overhead which definitely see within cannabis regulated cannabis in California California. So I think the one big attribute that's quite different in regulated cannabis's stakeholders whether manufacturer supplier vendor distributor. Peter Retailer all seem to have a compliance team ready to problem solve throughout the entire life cycle of on boarding purchase orders others whether it be product claims or questions that is an extra layer in a in a sort of time commitment that I think drags everything out which makes the path to shelf a little bit more cumbersome indefinitely A little bit more expensive so definitely a different animal in that respect. I'd like to hear a little bit about the scaling challenges that you're going to face. You're launching some really interesting products here at Mj Biz con today. And I've seen your product on a number of shelves and dispensaries throughout California on the canvas side. But now we're looking at products that are which are going to be available to the masses. So what are some of the challenges you see down the road with scaling. It's definitely.
"michael christopher" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Lower rate for my home mortgage when he found out we also have a winter home in Florida he often that network capital could give me a better rate on that place as well in just a few minutes I received a call from Christopher are tega at network capital and he started working with me on our Florida property both Chris and Michael breeze us through the process explaining new procedures and requirements since our last three five experience before we knew it we were working with Johnny win who oversaw the closing process on both properties we started the process sees on may twenty first and went to settlement on both properties on June second less than two weeks later I'm sure you can see why we keep coming back to network capital great job guys well Peter at that is so kind and I know how much you guys appreciate it Michael Christopher who my leaving out Johnny yes seems like everybody has a good experience usually we hear it's fast and easy the communication was great it was fine it was rewarding I mean a lot of that has to do with the training behind the scenes I mean I think that the main factor about network capital was very direct lender they make their own decisions they're in control their products and process I mean there's been so many people have stuck it out for so long at this place that you get consistency like if I'm a NBA player I want to go to an organization that's built Ford tough at the top like you better have a good GM a good owner of coach and stuck it out for a long time that winning teams and network how to like these people stick it out in the mortgage business is usually a revolving door but not over here with these guys because rates are so low cash is so easy to get the calls loan so fast they don't charge lender fees the customer enjoys the overall experience which makes everybody want to stick it out with this company so if.
"michael christopher" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Hey, my personal favorite movie of all time favorite comedy movie of all time is the two thousand seven classics super bad. That's a good movie. Isn't it? Great. Did you know that Chris do you know that Seth Rogan and bad what a mess? Thirteen. Seriously. Yeah. There's there's a fun fact for you. Neat. Neto burrito. Anybody on super bad? I always just showed them to make love and seen in their hook there in. I am mclovin. Whatever happened to him. Michael Christopher ministers. Plas. Yes. I haven't the slightest because the other ones why shouldn't the other ones, but several people had careers launched from that movie, and he had a big as bigger role as as Jonah hill and yet nothing. I don't know everyone else is doing. Well. Bill Hader, Michael, Sarah, Chris, thanks for your call. I mean, even a hotel except Rogan went on to do other things as well. He got films after that. Do you really like Seth Rogan that much or do? You just do the debate me. No. Of course, I love Seth Rogan hilarious named one funny movie. He's at other than superman knocked up. That's not that good. This is the end. I didn't like that one at all. Why not because it wasn't funny? Good lord. And the worst one is pineapple express where he James Franco's place donors throughout the whole movie. Sandy McBride, Danny brides funny. I like Danny McBride. He was an eastbound and down a good show. He was in another movie industrial before that that I enjoyed as well. Can't remember what it was Google during the break, George and Marlborough, you're on New Jersey one and one point five. I think the funniest movie written producer by belt books were they have to put on springtime for Hitler. He wrote the producer. He actually worked where he used to seduce little elite produces place. Very interesting story, but any line in that movie classic? Have you ever love me room choice? I mean, it's just not a whole lot of moments. Even if you've seen have is a nervous breakdown when you lose this booth like in about every time, you see laugh, I have to say Georgia's is not the first person to call and Mel Brooks movie history of the world, that's my favorite Mel Brooks movie the meddling Kahn. She's in a lot of Mel Brooke's Mugello young Frankenstein, another good when she with Madeline Kahn. But when Moses and he comes down the mountain, he's got the three tablets, and he says, I give you these fifteen and then he dropped the tablets and it cracks and he says these ten commandments. That's fun. It indicated there originally God had given him fifteen commandments. But we only have ten of them because Moses dropped one of the tablets so your man's. Splitting the joke. Bill. Will. You didn't seem to get it. I got it. It's funny. Sure. Mike in Pennsylvania. You're on New Jersey one one point five. Yeah. I get to. But this one is really only with a TV show after the original movie, Jack Lemmon Walter Matthau yacht. Couple have you ever seen that? I have. It's hilarious rewind is funny. It's like every line in that movie is hilarious. It's real signed. It wrote it, and then what do you what do you think of it? You'd like it. Yeah. No. I enjoyed the odd. Couple. Yeah. And then the other one I don't know if you remember this is another Michael Keaton movie Ron Howard directed. It was gung ho where they turn the rust belt factory Japanese combined and Michael Keaton is stuck between the Japanese near bosses and the the American George went George went places, buddy. Now, that's a very good move. I'm a big Michael Keaton fan still the best Batman, by the way. Sure. What I mean, he's oh Christian bale, but you don't even like superhero movies. Don't get an opinion. Okay. All alright, which Batman movie have you seen Batman begins and dark Knight dark. Knight return. Okay. Others problems. So you've only seen Christian bale as Batman you really have no point of reference never saw Val Kilmer. You never saw George Clooney because it's like if it's this good why go to other sources because Mike and Michael Keaton was the original Batman in the movies. When Batman was big. And Michael Keaton was huge. I mean, you stratosphere I mean alias star. Why are you laughing at this is all these are true facts? Okay. Michael Keaton is the best Batman you mentioned the odd couple if we could circle back to that that was number seventeen on the list, and let me go over this. Here's the top ten. Airplane number ten and the graduate which haven't seen in twenty years. It happened one night. I've never seen mash number seven. I've seen that six blazing saddles. I've seen that five duck soup. That'd be a Marx brothers. Okay. From nineteen thirty-three any home than Dr Strangelove from sixty four Tootsie. I mean, I like Tootsie, but the second funniest movie ever, I'm still reeling. Over them thinking the graduate is funnier than airplane. Some like it hot is number one from nineteen Fifty-nine Billy wilder you ever seen that now. Yeah. Me neither. I mean. I know they dress in drag. It's Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon just ever really. I never thought. I'd really like to see those guys dressed as women then. So I never saw the movie, I we're talking about the funniest movie of all time in your humble opinion. Pat on the Parkway, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hi, hi. I think the funny movie is we get it Bernie or they drag a dead body around. The second one. And I just think money every time I see it. Bernie's guy is about to confess. I have never seen it. I know the concept, but I saw it when it first came out, and that's all say about that, Pat. Thanks for calling New Jersey one zero one point five not a fan. No, they drag a dead body run. Nobody picks up on it. Who could tell you know, that it's a corpse one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five.
"michael christopher" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"That's when you know, they'd built his beautiful new thrust stage theatre called the Bolton theater and they had Paul Newman. Who was a graduate graduate of a cannon? He was coming back to direct the first play in the new theater and your freshman and mine was a freshman, and I got in that production, and I got to be. I mean, we were there were just chorus girl parts for the women in that it was called c c Pyle and the bunion derby that and play it was a new play. That was the that Michael Christopher who had just won the Pulitzer prize for boxing. He wrote this play for Paul to direct his Paul and Michael Christofer, JoAnne Woodward. They're all friends. So they might go hanging around. Yeah. Sure. And so they asked Michael that. Right. This play and he did and it was the only production ever done at Kenyon and. Got cast in it. And and started a friendship with with JoAnne and Paul as a eighteen nineteen year old. Yeah, it was pretty big truck to you. Yeah. They were Paul said if you ever need a favor, you let me know he said has to be very specific. So don't waste it. But if you have a favor, I want to help you out, and I never asked him for it. Because I never I judging my favors sounded good enough. Really like what what were some of the option? I don't know. I don't even know like can you get me an acting career? I took me forever. Are you know, I was like I didn't start working till I was thirty eight. So I had a lot of years in New York where I was just doing, you know, thirty eight. Yeah. Yeah. So we know so you're dealing with Paul Newman. And what year is that? That's a eighty no seventy eight seventy nine. Wow. So like he was still like it was sort of a new older Paul Newman doing movies around. It was at around the time of the verdict. Maybe yeah. What a great move. What kind of guy was that guy? Oh, he was extrordinary. He was so. He was. I love to watch the way he directed. Because he would he loved actors and love talking about acting. You did. Yeah. He really loved the whole process. He loved directing. He would sit and he would watch seen going on. And then he wouldn't direct from out in the auditorium. You'd get up on the stage and put his arm around whoever he wanted to talk to and give a note to and and so it became his private relationship, you'd have a Paul, and I kind of loved it as an actor to like, I don't want to know what you're being told to do if I'm doing the same with you more as kinda cool to not know what the director told you, right, right? See how it affects me. I he just he was he really just didn't was impressed by how much he loved actors enacting. Yeah. Yeah. They're just thinking of a moment. I had I don't I'm new to really sort of your crate and glow. I think you're you really are. I love the show. Chris lows a friend of mine. And and I think the shows amazing. Thank you. You're really good acti-. Appreciate that. You know? I think if it's in my wheelhouse. I can do it. But here's what. What happened to just talk to your story, which is better? But in terms of not knowing what the directors directing other. There's to do is. I did a very short walk and talk scene with Robert deniro in this new joker movie. Okay. I'm going at it with deniro, and it's cut, and then I she deniro walk over the Todd. Oh, mike. Todd Todd comes up to me goes. Hey, man. Like like, I didn't see him talking to dear. Because you come in a little hot. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Okay. I'll take it down. I'll take it down. Yeah. Jacked up is. I guess I mean, but you'd hope that the director would if the director wanted you to do that he would do that. But I understand him going that. No. That's that's right. Yeah. I I've seen that before too. And the and I see someone going to the director. And I'm like, my hackles go up like what the? You know, Brad Whitford always says this funny thing he says when an actor gets note, the first thing he thinks it's fuck you. And then it's like, I suck. Yeah..
"michael christopher" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Joe four eight five four two. Political analyst Gary Bauer says you can't trust the polls to determine the outcome of political racist, especially this mature, it just shows again that really at this point. We all oughta throws the polls out the window. They don't understand what's going on in American politics. They don't understand the booth, but a blue collar workers to a Donald Trump Republican party, and we just need to ignore those polls now and in the future of work as hard as we can for the candidates that we want to support Matt accused of kidnapping a baby and Georgia's been arrested in Mississippi news outlets report. Michael Christopher Diaz was arrested and charged with adopting a baby stealing a vehicle promises. Safety. Police say a hotel clerk called authorities about a bad who appear to be hiding there. One up. Police ideas may have had a relationship with the child's mother the baby will be reunited with family. This is townhall dot com. Florida voters have approved a significant voting rights measure affecting those convicted of crimes until now felons have had to wait at least five years after completing their sentence, and then file a request with the governor and cabinet amendment. Four makes restoration of voting rights to most Florida felons who have finished their sentences automatic. The measure will affect about one point five million people it exempts those convicted of sex offenses and murder. That's correspondent Ben Thomas. Michigan became the first day to the mid west to legalize recreational marijuana. Voters passed a ballot measure that will allow people twenty one or older to buy and use the drug to other states in the heartland had marijuana related measures on their ballots, North Dakota voters rejected making recreational pot legal, but in Missouri voters approved the legalization of medical marijuana. More.
"michael christopher" Discussed on WEEI
"Profootballtalk live time. What's your grievances? My middle. Name is Christopher David. Isn't that quite a coincidence? Wow. That's shocking. Michael Christopher, David. As far as you know. That's what it is. All right. No, I'll tell you off the it's James. Okay. Thank you. Tell me off the air. So I can say to everybody on the air just saying now get it over with. Okay. James? It's time for you to grievances including but not limited to my middle name. Yes. Okay. All right. The first one I'm going to go to is a guy who have a lot of respect for first of all I'd like to state that off the top. Here we go. But yeah, do respect all due respect. But I'm my first grievances with Troy Vincent VP of football operations in the NFL. You know, his comments about you know, the Brillon speaks. He's making excuses on the Tom Brady play. Of course, where if you watch football on Sunday night there is a play where Tom Brady steps up in the pocket. He's about to be hit by Brooklyn speaks. And he kind of pump fakes and speaks has a hold of them. And let's go, you know, Troy Vinson stating the company line that, you know. Oh, no. That's not why you know, Troy was the next player. He shouldn't be calling out players like this. And, you know, first of all what's real and speaks. He's I don't think he's like lying about anything. He's not lying. I think he missed the sack have been like, Tom Brady's awesome. And he just broke my tackle hold on. It's my grievance. And okay, save agreements about your agree. I know you do. So we'll go there in a second. But you know, even his quote off that we've seen Tom Brady step up. Pocket for years and years. Yes, we had but we can count on a number on our hands the amount of times, he's run through arm tackles. Okay. So, you know, stop tries one and stop try. Yeah. There's one but stop trying we saw it Sunday night. Yeah. Bill because the guy let go I mean, he's the guy is six four two hundred eighty pounds. He could have thrown him to the ground. He doesn't know everybody's scared. And my point is this Mike it goes on every week. We only talk about it because this was on Sunday night football. And this was Tom Brady. I could show you a play the week before with Gerry Hewson, Marcus mariota. He's gonna sack up Marcus mariota pumped it and pull the down. He didn't know. So we let go and then Marcus mariota ran around the edge and threw the ball down the field. So what's going on weekly? So for an ex player, and I understand he works for the league to call out other players for making excuses. I just think that was a little Bs. I'm sorry. Peter King was on the show yesterday. And we talked specifically about that. Play and Peter king's assessment is that the speaks excuse is not gonna fly in the film room. Because if you look carefully at what speaks did he just missed him? He didn't he didn't have him wrapped up and just let go and say don't flag me he just missed him. And the problem is when guys make bad plays. Now, there's going to be a temptation to say. I was trying not to get a roughing the passer penalty. It's too easy to throw out that excuse. And that's what happened here. He just flat out missed him. You don't want to admit that a forty one year old man ran away from you. So you say, oh, I was trying not to break him. It's obvious. That's what he was doing. Chris now destroy Vincent does he do himself any favors by calling the guy out? I don't know. But I think Troy's accurate that we're going to see and we did see in this case guy using that roughing the passer sensitivity as an excuse for making a bad. We see it every week. It happens every week. We didn't see it Sunday night. Well, no, I'm saying we see it every week where defenders let guys go the quarterback. Of course. They're scared. Are you kidding me? I mean, come on. What does everybody up? What are they afraid of penalties? Like like a clay Matthews got. I mean, you can't touch the quarterback. Now, then you become a hero. You're doing commercials for college duty if you do that. I mean, I think no this is not going to get any commercials for call of duty. He's not clay Matthews with head and shoulders hair. You know, one of the better defensive players and football a few years back. So no Bruins speaks let go because he was scared in that situation of okay? I think what Tom Brady pump. Did he thought? Oh, I think he's thrown it. Let me not just drag him to the ground and hurt our football team. I I'm not buying that. And I see it on a weekly basis. And I mean, I got Tom Brady is the man we know that. I mean, we know he stepped up in the pocket of you hate him. You're full of it. Shut your mouth. All right. Let me say this TJ told me this. After the week five win over the falcons, Joey porter the Steelers linebackers coach made this point yesterday. The u just just go hit the quarterback get him down worry about the consequences later and TJ watched said there's too much inconsistency. Among the seventeen referees out there to worry about it. So just go make the play angry when somebody somebody needs to tell and speaks and Jerry Hughes. Everyone else that same thing. Just the play and worry about a later teach them good technique trust. They're gonna use it make the play and move on. All right. I gotta move on. You took one of mine because my grievance was the mirror image yours. I'm sick of hearing these excuses about not making tackles make the damn tackle. And then we'll worry about whether or not it was a penalty. After the fact now, it's my make another grievance. We come up with something new. Let's go. Here's my grievance. I tr- I alluded to this yesterday. And I struggle with this because I don't want to be a complete and total jerk. Although that may be my nature. I tried to fight back against it from time to time your complete and total jerk. Thank you. Go has someone needs to have the talk with Nate. 'then Peterman, not not the birds and the beasts talk, but the talk that it's time to move on with your life that that your time as a player at the NFL has ended at least for now, maybe you can go to the alliance of American football or wait a year for the XFL go to Canada or something and hone his craft. But as of right now, Nathan Peterman is not fit to be a quarterback in the National Football League in every team. Sees it except the Buffalo Bills who continue to insist on number one keeping on the roster. Number two putting him on the field from time to time. Now, I hope they see the light and go with Derek Anderson this weekend with Josh Allen for two to three weeks. But I don't know what more they need to see Chris before they acknowledge that Peterman is just not good enough. Are they are they waiting for him to just kind of fumble in the dark for the light? Switch and all of a sudden he's gonna figure it out. I don't know how many of these these bad games that the franchise has to suffer through before they realized that Peterman is just not the answer. I hear you, Mike and. I think that's what they're trying to do right now. I really do. I mean, we're hearing that Derek Anderson is going to be the starter. You know, there was a a source to report yesterday. Right. That said the bills feel if they started Nathan Peterman that they would lose the locker room. I mean, didn't ding ding, ding. Of course, they would the players would be like you're starting Nathan Peterman again tougher break we have more to come here on the best of pro football talk.
"michael christopher" Discussed on WEEI
"Football talk live. It's quickly become a Wednesday tradition in these parts. Christopher David SIMS. It's time. What's your? Grievances. My middle. Name is Christopher David. Isn't that quite a coincidence of? Well, let's shocking Michael Christopher. As far as you know. That's what it is. All right. No, I'll tell you off the it's James, okay? Tell me off the air. So I can say to everybody on the air just saying now get it over with. Okay. James? It's time for you to air grievances including but not limited to my middle name. Yes. Okay. All right. The first one I'm going to go to is. You know, a guy who have a lot of respect for first of all I'd like to state that all off the top. Here. We go. Here we go do respect all due respect. But I'm my first grievances with Troy, Vincent. VP of football operations in the NFL. You know, his comments about you know, the Brillon speaks. He's making excuses. Yesterday on the Tom Brady play Ecorse where if you watch football on Sunday night there is a play where Tom Brady steps up in the pocket. He's about to be hit by brillant speaks. And he kinda pump fakes and speaks has a hold of them. And let's go and Troy, Vincent. Stating the company line that you know, all know, that's not why you know, Troy was the next player. He shouldn't be calling out players like this. And, you know, first of all what's real and speaks. He's I don't think he's like lying about anything. He's lying. I think it'd be missed the sack had been like, Tom Brady is awesome. And he just broke my tackle hold on. It's my grievance. And okay, save agreements about your agree. I know you do. So we'll go there in a second. But you know, even his quote off that we've seen Tom Brady. Step up in the pocket for years and years. Yes, we had but we can count on a number on our hands the amount of times, he's run through arm tackles. Okay. So, you know, stop one stop Trump. Yeah. There's one but stopped trying. Yeah. We saw it Sunday night. Yeah. Bill because the guy let go I mean, he's the guy is six four two hundred eighty pounds. He could have thrown them the ground. He doesn't know everybody scared. And my point is this Mike it goes on every week. We only talk about it because this was on Sunday night football. And this was Tom Brady. I could show you a play the week before with Jerry Hewson, Marcus mariota. He's gonna Saka Marcus mariota pumped it and pull the down. He didn't know. So let go and then Marcus mariota ran around the edge and threw the ball down the field. So what's going on weekly? So for ex player, and I understand he works for the league to call out other players for making excuses. I just kind of think that was a little Bs. I'm sorry. Peter King was on the show yesterday. And we talked specifically about that play and Peter king's assessment is that the and speaks excuse is not gonna fly in the film room because if you look carefully at what speaks did he just missed him? He didn't he didn't have him wrapped up and just let go and say don't flag me he just missed him. And the problem is when guys make bad plays. Now, there's going to be a temptation to say. I was trying not to get a roughing the passer penalty. It's too easy to throw out that excuse. And that's what happened here. He just flat out missed him. You don't want to admit that a forty one year old man ran away from you. So you say, oh, I was trying not to break him. It's obvious. That's what he was doing. Chris now destroy Vincent does he do himself any favors by calling the guy out? I don't know. But I think Troy's accurate that we're going to see and we did see in this case a guy using that roughing the passer sensitivity as an excuse for making a bad. We see it every week. It happens every week. We didn't see it Sunday night. No. I'm saying we see it every week where defenders let guys go the quarterback. They of course, they're scared. Are you kidding me? I mean, come on. What does everybody up? What are they afraid of penalties? Like like a clay Matthews got. I mean, you can't touch the quarterback now. But then you become a hero. You're doing commercials for call of duty. If you do that. I mean, I think no. This is not going to get any commercials for call of duty. He's not clay Matthews with head and shoulders hair. And you know, one of the better defensive players and football a few years back. So no Bruin speaks let go because he was scared in that situation of okay? I think but Tom Brady pump. Did he thought oh, I think he's thrown it. Let me not just drag him to the ground and hurt our football team. I'm not buying that. And I see it on a weekly basis. And I mean, I got Tom Brady is the man we know that. I mean, we know he stepped up in the pocket of you hate him. You're full of it. Shut your mouth. All right. Let me say this TJ watt told me this after the week five win over the falcons, Joey porter the Steelers linebackers coach made this point yesterday. The you just just go hit the quarterback get him down worry about the consequences later T J watt said there's too much inconsistency. Among the seventeen referees out have to worry about it. So just go make the play angry when somebody somebody needs to tell breed on speaks and Jerry Hughes. Everyone else that same thing. Play worry about later teach them good technique trust. They're gonna use it make the play and move on. All right. I gotta move on. You took one of mine because I my grievance was the mirror image yours. I'm sick of hearing these excuses about not making tackles make the damn tackle. And then we'll worry about whether or not it was a penalty. After the fact go ahead, but jerk you've now it's my make another grievance. We come up with something new. Let's go. Here's my grievance. I and I'm trying I alluded to this yesterday. I struggle with this because I don't want to be a complete and total jerk. Although that may be my nature. I try to fight back against it from time to time your complete and total jerk. Thank you. Go has someone needs to have the talk with Nathan Peterman, not not the birds in the bees talk. But the talk that it's time to move on with your life that that your time as a player at the NFL has ended at least for now, maybe you can go to the alliance of American football or wait a year for the XFL go to Canada or something and hone his craft. But as of right now, Nathan Peterman is not fit to be a quarterback. In the National Football League in every team. Sees it except the Buffalo Bills who continue to insist on number one keeping him on the roster. Number two putting him on the field from time to time. Now, I hope they see the light and go with Derek Anderson this weekend with Josh Allen is for two to three weeks. But I don't know what more they need to see Chris before they acknowledge that Peterman is just not good enough. Are they are they waiting for him to just kind of fumble in the dark for the light? Switch and all of a sudden he's gonna figure it out. I don't know how many of these these bad games that the franchise has to suffer through before they realized that Peterman is just not the answer. I I hear you, Mike and. I think that's what they're trying to do right now. I really do. I mean, we're hearing that Derek Anderson is going to be the starter. You know, there was a a source report yesterday. Right. That said the bills feel if they started Nathan Peterman that they would lose the locker room. I mean, dead defending ding, ding. Of course, they would the players would be like you're starting Nathan Peterman. Again. I mean that would be a mutiny in the locker room, they'd go. Then we're not trying to win this football game this week. And I understand it. I feel bad for Nathan Peterman and he's had but he's had a bad goal of it. I don't know any other way to sugar coat what we've seen. But I also think to your point with what you're saying. But Nathan Peterman. You know, they can't let them go right now because they just don't even have a backup for Derek Anderson. But I think if they get that sure it up and get somebody else in there that you will see Nathan Peterman released and then from there. I don't think you're gonna see anybody pick up Nathan Peterman either. Because of all the reasons you stated no matter what team he goes to or locker room. He goes to everybody remembers this. Everybody's gonna remember the chargers game last year. And it's going to be hard for players to go, man. This is our backup. Like of our quarterback goes down like our organization seriously gonna go with this guy. So I like your grievance. That was a good one. All right. Give me give me another one. We spent a lot of time on our first two. Let's try to move through. Yeah. They were good. Okay. I mean, this has more to do with like a whole generation of just millennials right now. Okay. Here we go getting off his lawn. And I'm a I'm a fringe millennials. So I understand I understand that can be a pain in the. I am fringe cool fringe dork. All right. So you're gonna eventually category. It's going to get us all in trouble. But go ahead. The the beer guy. The New England Patriots game. I mean that to me just encapsulate encapsulate encapsulates. The mice name. Capsulated? Thank you guys helped me with my English. But it's just this generation right now, I can do whatever I want. I got a Twitter handle, and I can say whatever I want, and there's no consequences. And you know, I just can't get over the fact that a younger. Yeah. Because they because they just started throwing things at stadiums. In in this in this decade in the seventies. And the sixties they never through things that guys at least it's beer instead of batteries. Now. I mean just to me with a twenty one year old kid, and I understand he's twenty one years old. But it just shows where we are the world. I mean, come on. You have great seats in the New England Patriots Kansas City Chiefs football game. What are the more? You're right. I'm glad. Out there, and we should know his name too. Because that's what I'm sick of them. Be able to hide these type of people, you know, put a face to his name. We always want. No, anonymous, sources whatever else. Well, put a face to his name. It's different than just throwing beer from like the twenty fifth row. Tyreek hill just made one of the plays of the year. And he ran down and is happy. And you know, maybe he yelled at the crowd eat that or go Jeeves and you're gonna he's a point blank range through beer on the guy. That's a different story than the guy who throws a beer can from the thirtieth row. And to me it was more disrespectful. And it just kind of shows where this generation is at right now and kind of annoys me, that's my airing of that. I I don't I don't want to get into the whole physics of beer versus beer cans. But you do realize the beer can from the thirtieth row. Could do a lot more damage than the liquid beer in the face that? But this is this is more disrespectful to a human to do it. Just like that. You know when you have on the field seats at one of the greatest stadiums in the sport. And you're seeing one of the best players in the sport score a touchdown. And you're going to do that to him when he's three feet from you. You know, th there should be a rule that like tyreek hill could have dragged him out of the stands. And you see you're allowed to be. No, no, no. Future violence, and let me just give you an example that we can contrast this with it was last year when the saints were playing in buffalo. Mark Ingram jumped into the stands after he scored a touchdown, which I mean, he's kind of asking for it at that point. When you jump into the stands, right, but somebody dumped a beer on him. And I talked to him after the game. He said, hey, I got to enjoy his beer and he had to go buy new one. My helmet smelled like beer for the rest of the first quarter. I mean, it's just beer. I know it's disrespectful. I know. It's not proper. I know it shouldn't happen. But let's not act like this guy actually committed some act of violence on tyreek hill know has been charged with disorderly conduct. Right. I just I think that it's this Ingram thing. Now, Mark Ingram took my chance of jumping into an opposing team's crowd. When you do stuff like that. I go, you know, what did you think was going to happen? This is a guy that was running faster than anybody in football and ran through the end zone. It was just like, hey, Gordon. Amazing. Touchdown of you sh-. That's where I just saw. Oh, I don't know. It bothered me. But but the point I think my concern with this is the way you set it up. It's not millennial thing they've been doing this for years. It wasn't a bunch of Twitter using millennials that booed Santa Claus in Philadelphia. All those years ago mean fans have been engaging in antisocial behavior for years because they think that buying that ticket gives them some sort of weird right to be jerks whenever they want to be. I mean, that's the deeper issue here. It has nothing to do with being a millennial. If anything this twenty one year old is probably acting. The exact same way is dad and his grandpa. Did I don't know about that? But I like, your whatever he has a good good argument. Good job. Let's do this. Let's we've only gotten through three of our grievances. We got plenty more time in the show. But no more time in this segment. We'll take a break and air some more grievances. When PFC live continues..
"michael christopher" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"Okay. I am now joined by Michael Christopher Koji FOX, who is joining us from Tokyo all the way across the pond and could you FOX is in charge of translation direction on the wonderful and memo. Final fantasy? Fourteen Koji. Thank you so much for coming on the show very much for having me. It says, I'm a little bit nervous, but this should be an exciting hour hour and a half. No, nothing to be nervous about. It's actually going to be less than that. So you can be even less nervousness. Our interviews usually lasts like half an hour, so half half the reason. So Koji I wanna talk to you about a bunch of things, but I think that the English translation of final fantasy fourteen is really fascinating and really good. So I'm really curious to hear about what the process behind it has been like. So first of all, I guess, what is the day to day life of the the person. In charge of translation direction on this game. Like what? What are you you get up in the morning, go to work. What do you do? Okay. Well, I mean, every day is every day is a little bit different, but there are a few main task that I oversee. I team that consists of many different members. The final fantasy fourteen localization team at least the English team has one, two, three, four in house. A few outsourcers that have been working for a long time the the daily translation, the daily tasks, whether they be in game stuff or web stuff. The lodestone translations internal documents, a lot of stuff pretty much everything except for some select, maybe PR things, and and all of the stuff that comes from community and service teams in the knocked teams is pretty much done by my team and. And I oversee a lot of that as well as do some of the translation and localization myself as well as I get the opportunity to work with directly with the the main scenario writers and the and the World War creators and help them conceived stories and work on the background lore. So it's kind of a a multi tiered position that consists of localization and a little bit of world creation and story creation. Yeah, that's really interesting. I feel like that's unusual at a company for the localization lead to also be writing the story. Well, I mean, it's it's I had it's been a long road to get here. I started it's where annex in two thousand two thousand three April first became squaring. I actually interviewed with square. And then when I entered, the company was to the square annex and doing the eleven team and worked a lot on the array. Channel link English release of that. And since that time, I mean, I, I've been working directly with the teams. It's swearing Knicks gives us localize IRS the opportunity. I have a very large in-house localization department that consists not only project managers, but also translators as well, which is kind of rare in the industry. A lot of a lot of companies will have in in house managers, but they outsource a lot of the translations or a portion of them. And we have a very large in house team. And so we get to such directly with the development team. And so since f of eleven and then from there, the other projects I've done including f f fourteen that I'm on now, I've always been able to sit directly with the writing team and so we get to find out. I mean, you understand Japanese can be a very ambiguous language. It's very vague. You get, you know, you can cut out a lot of information. And still have you know, eligible conversation. I'm in so translating into English, which is very information heavy. We have to find out what's going on and when you're not right, there are a lot of times you have to soon what's going on and assuming you know can cause a lot of mistakes, but being with the development team is sitting right there, anything, unclear, whether it be, you know, what is the intent of this message?.
"michael christopher" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They of course are big fans of releasing prisoners all right that's the agenda they do not like incarceration policy they have long been against it in every auditorium and every news story they can dig out it's all about making sure you don't lock people up because that's not the solution so there you should have more rehabilitation programs their next worked with these people and make them better citizens news coverage is always biased slanted sometimes outright false this time they really did it as you know there is circulating a ballot initiative that they're trying to collect signatures for to make some major changes to props forty seven fifty seven in that thing called the prisoner release program ab one zero nine assembly bill one zero nine jerry brown's brainchild the prisoner dumping yes we did a show in whittier a couple months back we went there because the police officer keith boyer who was killed by a guy named michael christopher mahia who definitely benefited from jerry brown's prisoner release policies it looks like that ballot initiative effort is probably gaining steam so the la times decided to do one of their big front page investigative pieces i hadn't we're going to team up with something called the marshall project a nonprofit news outlet and present what are the real facts in what happened with christopher michael mahia and the death of police officer keith boyer now what they've tried to do here is say that prop forty seven for example and the prisoner dumping bill had nothing to do with the here being free to kill officer keith boyer that it was just a series of bumbling low level bureaucrats probation officers screwing up it's it's not the law it was just human nature you know you know things happen mistakes were made as you know under the prisoner dumping bill ab one zero nine they let a lot of vicious people out a prison and they handed him over to the counties to supervise counties are not equipped to do that never have been there jails have already been overcrowded what's that joke about a few days get a few months sentence he can only serve a few days because our jails are too crowded well this was a.
"michael christopher" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Side of the angels and all this and i have i had every morning is is cap does he have a gig with any football team yet no than the nfl so far they have failed that test every morning and so until capper nick has has a job from these making a native at so bs i'm gonna go with f the nfl i have something that i do every morning as well that i would like to apply to the nfl owners too gene all right swiftly along incidents in indiana late last week the justice department announced their plans to supposedly protect religious freedom by most assuredly allowing people to discriminate against lgbt americans would come out the by this week with insight on just two attorney general jeff sessions was talking to you as his office formula need to discriminate sessions convened to several listening sessions with outside groups none of which were released to the public except the alliance defending freedom or edf did confirm that they participated in one of those sessions the adf has been classified by the southern poverty law center as a hate group for their work opposing civil rights for lgbt people and supporting criminalising homosexuality i gotta simple and my simple rule is your fr in two practice you religion ends where my freedom begets it's as simple you can believe anything he walked do anything you want but if your religion demands that you infringe on my freedoms or the freedoms of our lgbt brothers and sisters are anybody else in this country then it's not for many then it's suppression and nobody in this country has a right to oppress weird it then it is a baker gonna say well i don't like interracial marriage so i'm not going to make a cake niche interracial marriage idled think the black people who lab to mary so i'm not going to make you know it's just you draw a line in the sand visit end of story the actual libertarian position except for what they currently call libertarians which are these two key tourist carrying enumerate activists right yeah shocking in criminally under reported story michael christopher steve this was arrested this week in north carolina after placing a bomb at the.
"michael christopher" Discussed on WINS 1010
"Flood insurance premiums go down or they may not even need it anymore a little boy has died after he was struck by a jeep on a jersey city street saturday eight year old jeremiah grant had been crossing the busy intersection of grove street and christopher michael christopher columbus drive with zan some cousins a witness told cbs too that the driver was chased by bystanders before he stopped but no charges have been filed authorities say the sixty year old union city man might not realise he'd had any one there's a manhunt underway in the bronx for a guy you tried to kidnap a teenage girl on saturday police police say the 16yearold victim was grabbed by a man on grand concourse and clark place he then said quote shut up i have a gun and tried to drag her into a vehicle but there was a struggle the feisty teen bid him and ran away she has a bruce from where the fiend punched her in the face otherwise she is okay well as charges reportedly looming the collusion case involving the trump campaign's ties to russia president trump let loose on twitter today he calls had called a phony trump for russia collusion and tried to turn the attention on his onetime presidential opponent correspondent boris sanchez reports resident was active on twitter fired up over what he calls a lack of investigations into hillary clinton specifically citing several examples he mentioned the now infamous dossier he also mentions this russian uranium deal in which he accuses hillary clinton of taking bribes from russians he goes onto mention her emails what he calls other colmey fix meanwhile new jersey governor chris christie of four prosecutor himself says any former trump employees have been implicated in the probe by special counsel robert muller shouldn't expect president trump to bail them out with a pardon anybody sitting around and and saying i'll have to worry about anything because the president walter we pardon me they should talk to scooter living they should talk to others who thought they were going to be pardoned and all the people involved in war game and the pardons they thought they might be getting for president nixon they're still waiting governor christie appeared on abc's this week open enrollment for health coverage under obamacare begins this week since the trump administration has slashed funding to encourage and assist in sign ups other law makers are trying to take up some of the.
"michael christopher" Discussed on KOIL
"Attack had texted simpson just weeks before with the message tear up texas meals even taking pictures of the car about thirty seconds before the first shots were fired hired soon as the suspects opened fire be fled the scene of course the suspects were were killed i believe they were apprehended the lawsuit also calls out former fbi director james comey claiming that he worked to cover up the bureau's prior knowledge of the threat posed by simpson and this is the quote i'll read to you quote in the aftermath of the attack former fbi director james comey lied leave american people by claiming that simpson was a needle in a haystack there was invisible to us even after it had come too light that an undercover fbi agent had been communicating extensively with the terrorists during the week prior to the event and had accompanied them as they carried out the attack the fbi continue assert that quote there was no advance knowledge of a plot to attack the cartoon drying contests meanwhile another story yet another story has wiz by the mainstream news it was not followed up as a possible copycat attack after the shootings in las vegas on october eleven it was reported locally in north carolina a man allegedly planted an explosive device contained ammonium nitrate and fuel oil at a regional north carolina airport the suspect claimed that he was preparing to fight a war on us soil the suspect michael christopher estes is charged with attempted malicious use of explosive materials and unlawful possession of explosive materials at an airport the second complaint filed by fbi agent james anderson and reading court stated that actual regional airport police officers found what appeared to be an improvised explosive device outside the airport terminal after he was taken into custody estes waived his rights agreed to answer questions and this is what the complaints that's the submitted that he placed the explosive device at the astro airport yasser explained that he bought the precursor montoyer materials the explosive materials at walmart anglo's he says estes described how we created the device using ammonium nitrate and the stern oh as a fuel source and then he reveal arm clock to strike the matches the caused the flame necessary to trigger the vice the actually set the clock by actually he said he didn't said the alarm clock piece of the alarm clock was set for six a m so who sub the.
"michael christopher" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Here she says so nbc news nbc you next to stories about sexual abuse of women by powerful men who there is abusing women i didn't say it should it or i'm just telling you what that's what the tweeter machine gave me there okay uh all right was ex all right last friday there was a terrorist plot that was luckily foiled at an airport in north carolina now none of us heard about it it never made the news cycle it never made headlines until recently wendy intercept unravelled the case now sean king reported on this and i'm happy that he did because it gives you a sense of why is that some stories tend to go viral and others don't now the person who attempted to bomb the airport in north carolina was michael christopher estes is according to reports the security footage from the asheville regional airport in north carolina showed a man walking through the front doors wearing black clothing and a black cap while carrying a bag based on a review the video the individual walked near the entrance to the terminal went out of sight momentarily and was then seen departing the area without the back and that's according to the criminal complaint that's been filed against estes now out what investigators eventually found in that bag was ammonium nitrate fuel only explosives that according to criminal according to the criminal complaint has been used in a number of terrorist related incidents around the world so uh witnesses when this comes into contact with a flame or other ignition source explodes violently he even added nails or ballbearings to this devised to increase the devastation inflicted by the explosion.
"michael christopher" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The hour on our radio station near newsradio one or two point nine karn the story out of north carolina a man planted a mason jar filled with explosive chemicals and nails and an airport in western north carolina last week and vowed to fight a war on us soil according to court documents released yesterday the criminal complaint written by an fbi agent send investigators found the improvised explosive device friday morning the asheville north carolina airport near a terminal entrance asheville police bomb technicians then rendered it's safe the complaint accuses michael christopher estes of attempted malicious use of explosive materials and unlawful possession of explosives at an airport stds was arrested saturday and the complaint says he admitted leaving the explosive device at the airport the complaint states that stds claimed he was getting ready to fight a war on us soil but did not elaborate on this alleged motive he was being held to the bunkum county jail without bond after a brief court hearing tuesday jail records list him as a forty six yearold native american a federal public defender assigned to the case fredland seissan didn't meet mmediately returned mess you see comet court documents say a thorny found the ied around seven o'clock friday morning asheville regional airport it contained ammonium nitrate and stern no fuel along was steel wole that was in wrapped around nails and a four ten gauge winchester shotgun cartridges according to the complaint and alarm clock was taped to the outside of the jar with matches attached to the arm that strikes the bells according to court documents the alarm had been set for friday at six according to the complaint surveillance video showed stds dressed in black pants a jacket and black hat approaching the journal entrance shortly after twelve thirty friday morning and appearing to leave behind a bag according the fbi agent in nearby woods investigators later found a backpacking tool kit containing similar item sms to what was using the explosive device tape stern on fuel and more shotgun shells investigators determined such items have been purchased at nearby stores earlier in the week providing more surveillance video.
"michael christopher" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In other news a man wanted ovation jar filled with an explosive with chemicals nails at a western north carolina airport last week has been arrested cbs's paula reid tells us how authorities track down michael christopher estes surveillance footage from a nearby walmart and load provided to law enforcement showed pictures of a man purchasing the more items that would be needed to construct exact device also some people working at the airport said they had seen a man who kind of match the description of that survey rent coming out of the woods near the airport law enforcement tweeted out a picture of the man and he was apprehended shortly after that photo with relief documents court documents say estes claimed he was gay getting ready to fight a war on us soil but he didn't elaborate on a collection of videotape evidence at the trial of a man accused of setting off a bomb in new york city shows just harmony security cameras are around the big apple city police have thirteen thousand cameras and access to an even higher number of private cameras prosecutors say they're used those cameras too closely track amman conroy he mees movement during a including footage of him testing explosives at the scene of last year's explosion when than andrew thirty people remy also planned apply added another pressurecooker bomb nearby which failed to death nate brahimi's pleaded not guilty to the charges british prime minister theresa may want british institutions and employers to be fair and not treat people differently based on race may has published data showing ethnic minority britain's are more likely to be unemployed and less likely to rise to the top in the public sector than their white counterparts the racial disparity ordered compiles statistics on some hundred thirty topics to show how people from all backgrounds are treated by the health education employment and criminal justice systems the statistics found that the unemployment rate for black asian and minority i think people is at eight percent nearly double the four points six percent for white british adults serra shockingly london of some trouble over there in.
"michael christopher" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"From our archives that was patty he'll one of the birmingham six speaking with former as it happens host michael enwright in october of nineteen 93 today former ira member michael christopher hayes spoke for the first time about his role in the 1974 bombings and apologized to the families of the victims mr hayes told the bbc he takes quote collective responsibility for the bombings he added that he would have preferred to die than informed police about who planted the bombs even though such information could have freed the birmingham six oh matt damon is driving in north thank hoover that's when the alist moviestar runs into some car trouble he pulls over to the side of the road and soon enough some british columbians come to the rescue someone helps them get a tow truck another person takes matt damon for some food while his vehicle being repaired afterwards he speaks to a radio station and praises the kind people of north thank hoover that's the heartwarming story some of you may have come across online maybe even shared but it turns of the story isn't true it was posted on a site called kfl three news which according to its disclaimer page is a satirical news website that likes to quote poke fun at our celebrityobsessed culture unquote it also turns out that the untrue story is unoriginal a quick search online reveals that tons of similar stories exist were celebrities praise people from a certain town after running into car trouble there's one about adam sandler in sudbury ontario or another what about matthew mcconaughey hey in hickory north carolina that's just to name a couple some news outlets have taken note of the recurring story last year usa today posted or an article cold sorry matt damon didn't get a flat tire in south bury the author points to a fact checking website called snoop's dot com which has a page dedicated to the celebrity car trouble stories.