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Fresh update on "chapman" discussed on John Howell

John Howell

00:56 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chapman" discussed on John Howell

"At over 1000 sites across the state appointments go fast, So expect to brief Wait. The end of the pandemic is in sight. Do your part. Find out more at Corona Virus. Dad, Illinois Doc! Oh, Good news on the hour, the half and when it breaks continuous coverage of wls am calm. I'm Kim Gordon 8 90 wls news. Thank you, Jim. Six minutes after five o'clock here on the big 89 coming up Steve Chapman Calmness and tribute editorial board member. Um He wrote it. I think a very Illustrative impression column on Joe Biden's decision to pull our troops out of Afghanistan and I want to talk to him about that coming up shortly after Kim's 5 30 newscast also mark Malard from ABC News is covering the Children trial closing arguments. It's now in the jury's hands. He'll bring us an update of this hour as well. A quick reminder that if you'd like to pick up $100, you can text the keyword gold right now. 295819. It's worth 100 right now. And for the next 10 or 12 minutes, and that if you want 100 puts you in the grand prize drawing for $25,000. It's our 25 K Give away. It's a national contest. But I mean somebody's gonna win. Why not somebody here more information and rules and hints on how to win at Double D ls sam dot com. This happened after the show was over on Friday, but I do want advance this story..

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Fresh update on "chapman" discussed on Chris Plante

Chris Plante

01:38 min | 15 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chapman" discussed on Chris Plante

"He rows of mercy like these, every human being has the right to be treated as human to have a place at the table of the human race. If he could just say looking that patient's eyes off miles that you get when life has been changed that it would make it all worth it. You bring hope and healing one person, But that person belongs to a family and that family belongs to the community together. These heroes of mercy and friends like you bring hope and healing to those who desperately needed. Thank you have learned more about heroes of mercy. Go to mercy ships dot old today. Washington's mall, one of 5.9 FM. W M A. L where Washington comes to talk. As CNN continues to lie, but only for you know the purpose of more racial polarization in America Because they're the Democrats. They're they're reporting. If you watch CNN, you think that Dante was pulled over because he had an air freshener hanging from his rearview mirror. This is what CNN is peddling. That's what they're pimping on. D I'm sorry for insulting legitimate pimps by comparing CNN to them. There is a great piece of the New York Post Today, The headline is impeached and removed. Maxine Waters. Also headline Fox News representative Marjorie Marjorie Taylor Greene calls for representative Maxine Waters expulsion From Congress for inciting riot and Minnesota Kevin McCarthy, the Republican leader in the House representative says I will bring action against Maxine Waters for inciting violence If Pelosi doesn't Pelosi won't Senator Ted Cruz accused Maxine Waters of actively encouraging riots and violence. That's because she did. After she protested the police killing of Dante right now, it wasn't after she protested the police killing of Dante. Right. That's the business insider with a brain dead headline there. On. Keep in mind again. Minnesota National Guardsmen Hurt in Drive by shooting after Maxine Waters hours after Maxine Waters Insights Black lives matter Riots during Chavin trial Okay, and the Minneapolis drive by shooting leaves to National Guard members injured not from the bullets themselves. But from the drive by shooting attack, which the Democrat Party approves of the news media doesn't even report him. It's quite remarkable. What they don't report on the most insidious power of the news media has is the power to ignore. Of course, amazing. Now that New York Post today impeached and removed Maxine Waters good idea in supporting the second impeachment trial of Donald Trump. President Donald Trump, Democrat Congress Woman from California, Maxine Waters said he was inciting his followers to Quote, trying to create a civil war and quote by her own standards. The New York Post, writes. Maxine Waters should be impeached and removed on Sunday, the minutes in Minnesota waters breaking the law by violating curfew because she didn't agree with it. She said With the curfew, not for her. Don't you know who she is? They don't The laws don't apply to them. They're the ruling classes. Said that if ex police officer Derrick Chapman is not found guilty of murdering George Floyd, not manslaughter, we've got to get more confrontational because the body count isn't high enough yet, and that cost two businesses entered the country and two cities not high enough. You know, the looting the arson, the graffiti that may have the attacks on police pay.

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Fresh update on "chapman" discussed on Chris Plante

Chris Plante

01:19 min | 16 hrs ago

Fresh update on "chapman" discussed on Chris Plante

"Where'd in North Carolina we had him and Minneapolis was a little bit more calm. People are resting up, you know, fueling up getting some nap time in and And some protein snacks and things like that. Getting ready for the verdict. Maxine Waters calling for what was the rhetoric she is. You know what? Oh, violence more well, she didn't use the word violence, she just calling for more violence. That's pretty remarkable stuff their calls for her to be expelled from Congress, not by Democrats, of course, because they like the violence. Violence is part of the Democratic Party. Today. It's part of their their effort to well the fundamental transformation of America from the coolest country in the world to live to just another burning, smoldering third world be pole country that you can call America that you just they were burning. The flag had a bunch of burning flags over the weekends. Democrats they love burning the flags there. They're not on our side. They're not. They're not pro American. Anything like that. Good stuff. There is a effort by a couple of Republicans to impeach and remove Maxine Waters from Congress on Bond, Because Maxine is, you know, guilty guilty guilty of murder. Otherwise, you know, we're gonna have to get violent and take to the streets because this is the Democrat Party. Today. There a third World country. I've been saying it three years now. The Democrat Party is a third world country and they're taking over our country. It's pretty remarkable thing to see in the news media is like, you know, and I helped because the news media helped pretty amazing stuff. And, um Oh, gosh, So many great stories to get to today. You know, the police are terrible. They're police attacked in New York City with Molotov cocktails and some kind of a chemical spray in the face of a New York City Police officer and the media is fine with that. Don't worry about that. I did. I mention two National Guardsmen were injured in Minneapolis and a drive by shooting. Police were there too. Shortly just hours after Maxine Waters was calling for more of islands. There was this is okay, though, because if you're not a Republican, the news media doesn't pick up on any of this. They don't notice it. If you're Republican, and you'd come out and called for more violence, and then hours later, there was a drive by shooting targeting police and National Guard members of the news media would notice that you see It's remarkable stuff. Remember Nancy Pelosi? She yelled, Oh, issue, she said a while back that you can't you know, free speech is great, but you can't yell Wolf in a crowded theater. Remember that because her brain doesn't work like Joe Biden's. It's Something's wrong with their brains and they're they're not high quality brands. They do not work as designed. Not good people, terrible people on do remarkable things going on across the country, and we're just honestly we're just warming up because the closing arguments begin today and the Derrick Chapman case in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Democrats here demanding Well, they're a lynch mob. That was there. You know that torches and a rope just like the Democrats of yesteryear. You know, the Jim Crow KKK Democrats. They invented all this stuff. They created everything. Thank you. They created the cake. Can Jim Crow and all that Jim Crow, not a real person, But if he had been, he'd be a big leading Democrat. That's for sure. Amazing. Also, crime mayhem, all kinds of shooting. Mass murders across the country over the weekend. Sometimes it looks almost like the wheels were coming off, doesn't it? But But rest assured, everything is okay. At least it is on CNN as long as there is no right at the capital for two hours, because that's where the trouble line Remarkable stuff. In Oregon. They're talking about making masks and social distancing permanent there well in keeping them in place indefinitely, which is the equivalent of permanent until it's no longer and definite. But there it is, and remarkable stuff on drily some of the crimes over the weekend just crazy stuff, crazy crimes and murders and and drive by shootings. And and, interestingly enough, it's not big news on CNN or MSNBC. Because there are very few police officers involved in step when they're being attacked and shot at and CNN's okay with that. That's not news when it comes to them, But of seven year old girls were shot to death than Chicago, as was the case of the weekend. That's really not news. She's a black girl, and she wasn't shot to death by the police they're looking for, so it's not news looking for, you know, may be gang related or something like that. Horrible, terrible stuff. Honestly, it's just horrific on the things that have a triple homicide in Kenosha, Wisconsin, all three African American looking for the gunman. A master of three people in Austin, Texas, All three African American gunman. African American and a former police officer. The gunman say they think the media might be more interested in that, but remarkable remarkable things to get to today schools in New York hearing a little bit back from from the parents who are regular, sick and tired of having their Children brainwashed in indoctrinated like they're sending him to. $60,000 a year North Korean schools, which is in effect, what they're doing on a crazy story out of this is just as this in Argentina A very active feminist shedding feminist pro abortion activist died during her abortion over the weekend crazy It actually happened a few days before that, but they kept it a secret. The news broke over the weekend. Great story out of Chicago. My friend man cow, the man cause a hoot A man count Chicago sent me a tweet over the weekend. It was a tweet from Twitter by a radical left wing activist in Chicago, Who's black, saying that the mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot was going to resign. I think I got it on Saturday in the Tweet said she was going to resign. On Sunday. Lori Lightfoot Lori Lightfoot is an African American woman and she's a gay woman. And and she came back on Twitter and said that not only she not resigning, but any rumor that was started is ah homophobia, racist and misogynistic. Like where there's the hat trick right there. She's a three for and she's playing all three curves right there. It's big questions a woman because she's black and because she's she's gay, that somebody started a rumor that she was going to resign, except I think it was done by a radical left wing black activists that Started the rumor but that that doesn't matter really, because it's just what they call people because that's the way you go that Z. That's our Democrat party today, and that there there's something there a humdinger, and when I say humdinger, I think you have some idea what I'm talking about, Don't you on dijo Biden. He's doing very well. He's the greatest. What? Where's the story? There's a funny kind of a funny story. Today. It's unintentionally funny naturally, as is so often the kids. But the media today, saying that as Biden's buying approaches his 1/100 day in office, Republicans admit Difficulties in attacking his agenda. Attacking his agenda difficulties, Republicans admit, admit it's a confession. An admission of sorts. They're admitting that they're having difficulties attacking his agenda. Well, you guys aren't covering the border. You're not covering crime and mayhem and the insanity and all the mass shootings. What do we have? How many mass shootings Since Joe Biden took office, The number is off the church. On But with the you know the Republicans having trouble attacking his thing, Oh, John Boehner on with Chunk yesterday chunk on NBC's fake news on Face the meat meat, the face. They had John Boehner on who was looking tan rested and ready to use him and he's just he just he is like, What was that movie Bulworth..

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Gunman in Southern California Mass Shooting Knew His Victims

Sean Hannity

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Gunman in Southern California Mass Shooting Knew His Victims

"The man suspected of a mass shooting in the city of Orange knew the people he shot and killed. He's identified as a minute job. Gonzalez. The victims were associated with a company called Unified Homes to Women. A man and a nine year old boy were killed. Woman who was holding the nine year old as he died was injured. Investigators have established that the suspect arrived at the location at a rental car, which has been located in the parking lot of Tuo Tuo West Chapman. I'm sorry, West Lincoln The suspect is believed to have been living out of a motel room in Anaheim. Lieutenant Jennifer Ahmad says Gonzalez was injured and is in critical but stable condition. Jessica

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A Powerful Approach to Keeping Remote Staff Motivated

Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications

04:24 min | Last month

A Powerful Approach to Keeping Remote Staff Motivated

"Paul i really appreciate you being with us. And i expect during this conversation i will learn how you like to be appreciated. Welcome thanks to you. thanks so much. I'm glad to be here. So you and gary chapman. Dr gary chapman or the co author of this book the five languages of appreciation Dr chapman wrote the five love languages. Which many many many of my listeners probably know this quite well. I'd love to hear about the connection between those those to you know sort of so gary wrote that book and then together you wrote this one. I'm sort of interested in. Was there absorb bridge from one to the other. I'm kind of interested in that. Yeah so As a psychologist. One of the things that i was involved in Was consulting with family owned businesses and dealing with the family issues that are intertwined with working together especially business succession. Planning now meeting with a family in north carolina. I'm talking to in this case the dad and the ceo and asking him how the transition plan was going. It's going well my son stepping up. I think it's gonna be fine. I walked across the hall and ss sun. Same question he says. This is a disaster. It's never gonna work. I can't ever you know please my dad and they were just get disconnecting and at the same time my wife and i were going through the five love languages probably for the third or fourth time. Because i'm sort of a slow learner. And i thought i wonder if this could work you know in workplace relationships so i pursued dr chapman actually for over a year and finally met up with him and pitch the idea and others had had sort of a unique maybe background and perspective and throughout the idea of creating this online assessment which we've created into the motivating by appreciation inventory and off it with from there good for you for staying so persistent so politics dig in you. Tell us that there are five languages of appreciation. I'd like you to go through them. One by one. And as you do. I want my listeners to be thinking about which one really resonates for you now. They'll be all kinds of will point you to resources but just be thinking about yes. That's me or no. That's not me. Because i think that'll be a helpful exercise for you to do while. You're listening to paul. Go through them. Paul great so the the names are the same as the five love languages. Words affirmation quality time acts of service tangible gifts in physical touch so but they look differently in the work setting obviously words affirmations pretty straightforward Their words that are affirming or affirming. The value of someone That we work with and you know he had over on now. Two hundred sixty five thousand people take our inventory so it has some fairly data and forty. Six percent of the workforce have words as their primary language. So it's clearly the biggest group it's still less than half of the workforce it's a big group and it's largely telling people Thanks in a very specific way of What they've done and how it's been meaningful to you in could be done orally personally could be through writing whatever you know f- times with more introverted. People clearly now In distant kinds of relationships. You don't may maybe by email or a chat or something like that but the key For words of affirmation to really be meaningful is that they need to be specific. We actually do some polling with our audience in We found out that one of the things that people don't like to hear is good job and the reason is that's a it's just too general and vague and it could be said by anybody to anybody doesn't take much thought or effort and so we really sort of teaching model of us a person's name we'd like to hear names if you riding it. Please spell it correctly and then say specifically what you value in wise important so it might be jennifer. Thanks for getting your report done in an on time to me Because that helps me turn by reporter round quickly without a lot of

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Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

07:49 min | Last month

Andra Day, 'The United States Vs. Billie Holiday'

"An exceptionally good movie out. There now called the united states versus billie holiday and my guest today. Andrew day is playing billie holiday in such an exceptional incredible way that she's already got two nominations from the golden goal actress in a drama. In best song you know. So what more is there. come on. let's go out and sell them. I like iraq is gonna drama cly waiting to make that joke for like a week. I hear under that. You just desperate to play billie holiday. Dismiss this what's it. You had to go begley daniels and say this is my part as groveling at his feet on what i want all my life getting acting for all my lack of what just never never so yes. Deadly the exact of that is what happened. I'm just terrifying. I had not acted before other than in high school writing middle school like musical theater. Some plays but i never acted before as a major motion picture leading a cast. It was the idea that to me was like unfathomable unanimity at n ridiculous. Actually to be honest. I was like this is a terrible idea so now but i met with him and his he was thinking the same thing he like now. I really don't to preserve his role in so we didn't want to win a perfect meeting. Yeah it was amazing. Actually i know want you. I do not want to do this part anyway. Why don't we just sit here. Should be here these orders and we can go home so it was interesting. We bonded because we both were like. This is a terrible idea. But i saw him a desire to authentically. Tell billy store. In as a fan of billie holiday that was part of my fear is that i'd be staying on her legacy. that'd be stay on a great. Diana ross's legacy lady sings the blues or audra mcdonald on broadway. So i think we both saw. He was worried that he would also be that in casting me in so so we both had a great fear to overcome together. I think really for both of us. I mean through face into a lot of hard work and and and a great team right at gargantuan effort by our entire sort of ecosystem of people in family. you know we got together. We dove in. We move to get her here. We are win injured. Did the fear goal way Fear number one. Which but what happened was that i was uncomfortable and i was scared being but i had piece about. I had a piece about my purpose. Does that make sense. You know so was muscle. I was terrified. But i started to sort of feel my spirit. I try to stay. Spiritually grounded connected. I started to feel that. Okay just i was just reading. Certain things in has started to feel okay. I think i'm supposed to do this. I think this is something i suppose to say. Yes to i am. I actually read a scripture about being caused to face your fears doing act great faith and that's when i know care have to do this so i was still scared but it was one of those things that was like okay. You're gonna have to actually face it in a recumbent. Can you remember that. I seeing the did whatever that day was like where you're actually being billing. What did he was he gentle with yuli daniels and not starting with some. We actually very well. His the first day in the very first scene was gentle and our industry with natasha. Who's obviously incredible veteran actor writer like she knows this process from the top down so i was blessed that my first thing with her lee was extremely tender with me in two the entire process. You know so. It almost didn't matter with see we started with he had such care unanimity. But we did start. It's latasha leone is too little. The bank of holiday walking through central park in enemy talking about in his ability never jail talking bar tabarre card demand that she's dealing with stating from her. So it was. It was a little restricting through the park with the dogs. You know but it wasn't easy in the sense that it's technically my first day of shielding ever so that air ejector a by can't walk through parks sizably talulah bacon back and then the very next scene was actually her and i just making out in jewelry store so it was great. Second you know. Joe right in with lynching sexiness his first week little stroll in central park. That never happens again. Naked in front of strangers. That was gonna ask you before. I we talk about billion and the connection that that the two of you have of that night before you went to work the next day. What kind of a good night's sleep did you have. I'll regularly so. I really didn't sleep that i i'm not a. I'm not a sleeper. That's skill in the talent. I have not yet developed. Maybe somebody can hire me to be asleep. Let's see if some miracle pops out of that. That would be great so you know. It's interestingly enough people. Ask me what scene i struggled with the most non my okay was very emotionally challenging with a cenex. Struggle with divorce was in the hospital. But they're like billy's sleeping dislike. Relax a little bit like you just sleep Get closure is billion now. I there was no sleeping before going to set. Did it help you all that you have this wonderful musical career that you've been on stage in front of people. It's not the same thing as acting but in a way it is known as a singer as a musician. You have to feel everything you have to make it. Look like it's rolling off a lock that this is it. You can be confident than within the confidence. You can be inspired. He ended up at all. Yeah i think it did excellently. I mean you know one of the things my acting coach thomas which say she's like you know when it comes to acting. She knew how just terrified was she said it is. They are different but it is sort of the same. What she she calls. We ought announcing Chapman tuna says. Okay you know so. I think it did help in the sense that i know what it is like to go onstage. I know what it's like every night. The pressure before you go on stage the need for audience to love you for them to be satisfied for them to feel your love them. And i understand the washing process that once you're in it and you're in the music in your is i look at it as sort of a washing kind of cleansing a healing. Because i think that's it. And then i understand the feeling actor a performance of like. Oh my god that went so great or everybody's loving it select or arable like oh my god i i never wanna perform again. You know what. I mean. So i understand. Bill got sort of arca the most. There's so many permutations that yeah there is. It's it's definitely an entire roller coaster that you go on before gain state while stays in after you get on stage so we'll could save you years of therapy. You

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Long-term Unemployment Remains High Despite American Jobs Returning

All Things Considered

04:08 min | Last month

Long-term Unemployment Remains High Despite American Jobs Returning

"Reopen and vaccinations speed up. But there are millions of people who lost their jobs at the beginning of the pandemic and who are still unemployed. NPR's Sam Greenglass reports asked Bud Johnson what he liked about his job driving a transit bus at the University of Delaware, and he uses a single word. Everything. The sights are great. The people I work for the great and it's just a pleasant atmosphere. But he hasn't had that in almost a year. Now. You got laid off from classes, but virtual, I eat two meals a day instead of three. I do go to the pre pantry truth from them. Johnson hasn't been called back yet or been told when, or If that will happen. I am looking forward to coming back. It was a great job in January 4 million people had been unemployed for six months or more. It's what economists call long term unemployment. And we haven't seen levels this high since the great recession that worries economists. Bill Sprigs, he says. Many employers stigmatize people who haven't worked in months. The longer someone's without a job, the harder it is to find a new one. So rather than the typical way you think of a line working you show up at the movie theater. I'm first in line. I've been here I'm next. It works in the opposite. The people who are newly unemployed get the first in line and what's worse, this will likely hit vulnerable workers even harder. Women and people of color have lost the most jobs during the pandemic. They already tend to be paid class and so long term unemployment can scar their earnings permanently. Ah McKenzie study predicted It could also take two years longer for them to recover those jobs. Here's co author Quay Lin Island group, the progress we see on closing the gender gap, even take of it out of the picture. Is so slow. And so then you pause that slow glacial progress and you make negative progress. It was deeply discouraging. There's another worry too. What if certain jobs don't ever come back? How people work and live has been changing dramatically during the pandemic, and that shaken up all kinds of jobs. One of the biggest shifts has been more people working from home. That's had ripple effects for Gloria Espinosa into last April. She cleaned offices in San Francisco. Superbly store. We got a visit from our supervisor, He gathered us all on the parking lot, and he talked to us and tell us that we were gonna be laid off. I was wondering God, why us? It was like receiving a bucket of cold water. That's the way I felt a year later, the employees whose work spaces she wants clean, are still remote. And so Espinosa is still unemployed. She knows there's no guarantee, but she feels confident she will be called back to her old job when offices reopened, be instructed bombs, a necessity to move Chapman on the whole. I think that actually is going to be probably the need of additional workers because we're gonna have to make sure that we can provide that. Extra clean a space that the workers deserve. On the other end of California, Carrie Belisle wonders what her work will look like in the future. She's been a tour guide for 35 years. We are in love, Toya. Has my Minnesota group like he's traveled. Grinding to a halt last spring, Belisle has tried to keep busy, even organizing virtual tours Join me Tuesday at two for my virtual presentation about counselor Deck finally began a new full time job. What's good here at a vaccine? Put it in San Diego. It's just nice to To chat with people and especially people that are getting vaccinated because they're all so happy and excited. While knows this new job won't be permanent, she's hopeful tour Busses will start rolling again. And she can go back to work in the field She's loved for so many years. Sam bring Glass NPR news.

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"chapman" Discussed on Techschanges: Insights on Innovation

Techschanges: Insights on Innovation

07:26 min | Last month

"chapman" Discussed on Techschanges: Insights on Innovation

"My guest. Today is james chapman. He's vice president and general manager of voice and music and wearables few happening in in those spaces at qualcomm and a james Big announcement today. Qualcomm is announcing new technology. That promises to make wireless audio as good as if not better than wired audio and it's called qualcomm snapdragon sound. Why don't you tell me a little bit about it. Well qualcomm snapdragon sound. It's about delivering as you said the best audio experience. I'm if you think about wide audience today it's can be little bit glitchy a kind of dirty secret. You don't get the best hotel. It's all breast to get it up to then headphones and many times many. You'll notice if you play a game. Many times latency can be really quite pull. That's in our view and from not acceptable increasingly where we talked consumers. They also are saying you know we really rely on these wireless devices. We want to be as good as we possibly can What are you going to do it. And the answer is to think of the whole phone airbud like whole system. You know you can get far if you concentrate on earbuds you can get so far become strength to lift up your thinking it in qualcomm. We're able to do that and you say well. I wanna follow the sound all the way through the phone. All the way over that wireless wirelessly all the way through the interim walk. Can i do the answers. You can do a look really improve the quality really improve the latency really improve the robustness. And that is what we've done with. Snapdragon sounds collapsed. End to end holistic view to give the consumer that the best. We think we can possibly give to interesting elements of that. I think one is this idea of trying to overcome what you call the glitchy nece. Sometimes there are drops and connectivity and one of my pet peeves is. you'll be watching a video or playing a game and some lag is introduced. It's like one of those old poorly dubbed movies from From decades ago. So one way that you're getting around this as you mentioned is integrating starting with the snapdragon eight processor and assume moving forward other processors. Could you give me a sense of how the phone. And the your buds work together to overcome some of those problems. Let latency is a really good example. Actually liking this. Sometimes if you think about it let's let's imagine piggybacking on the audio and following it where it goes up in. The phone comes into some apps and game engine and it has to wonder it's way through quad loss of west on this software is complicated in any number of places it's gonna take a wrestler bit carry on his journey in all of this complicated software. You can really quite quickly stopped to build up latency. We've gone through an really optimize that so rather than audio being thing that happens as a corollary to everything else is something which is up from center latency way we then go into the i mean you mentioned the eight eight eight snuggle. President tastic pro. There's also the connectivity chimps. The fast connect jesse put they are also incredibly important. You can't deliver the audio into the chip. That's about to send over the air and having huddleston hang around for a while so in that again we've done a lot of optimize age. Make sure the audio gets prioritized and anton. He added interface with managing the co comex with wifi. Very catholics. so that you know you not stalled and hang around waiting. We've managed the radio very carefully. So we've even gone into the The bluetooth radio with we've added features of secret sauce. If you like to make that work more efficiently batter than it would otherwise work and then over the going to do everything reverse did you go back through the air but that software radio interface again optimized and if you follow the audio on that journey all the places if the everywhere in the devices all the places where it was kind of hanging around not being pirates is not be optimized. We've gone through polished ola. At that point you then get this really low latency optimize end to end experience kind of need to behave if you really going to get the best of the consumer excellent. That's really helpful in understanding how you've overcome some of those challenges when digital music. mp threes. i came on the scene. There was a lot of concern. Where ruining our our ears. Where we're going to get used to generation is going to get used to this low quality audio and here. we are years later and According to qualcomm's research according to trends we're seeing in the marketplace consumers really want high quality audio and we're seeing worthy streaming services come online now offering high resolution master quality audio and staff. Dragons sound addresses that as well right absolutely so. It's it's really interesting. I think if you go back a little bit why do we end up with low quality audio. I mean we've been. We've been kind of with really quite poor quality for quite a long time and it's all because of the size of the music so we were very limited. It wasn't so much. The people didn't want high quality audio. It was more like couldn't get if they wanted it a now where we are as things that things move on a lot in terms of the basic activity to the phone. I'm so you've got five g. You've got wi fi six. If you wanna get high-definition strings you certainly can. There's no no penalty getting and then the streaming services. They've also paid attention to to the consumer as possible on redoing of snapdragon. Sam we've been very lucky to be involved with amazon music. And they have some fascinating insights into you know as they've started to add hd streaming the kind of the poll and the increased engagement from that consumers again doubles dannon shows that high-definition audio crop. Equality audio something that consumers react to and they really want now. Y you can hear it. Calling voice couldn't hear music but why because music without all the extra kinda frequency content can feel hope and flapped if you have to do a side by side kind of compressed audio with his high definition audio. The thing that you'll notice as kind of an openness brightness and i am see an intimacy to the sound that you just don't get with the compress files and once people here that they can do very very Hooked by it now. Cross the problem today to get all the phone. You then put on your headphones. We have to compress it away again. Actually get it. Delivered up -til cheerio drum and undoubted again is the thing that snapdragon sound is trying to fix for us allows us to actually finally deliver the high quality audio all the way to your eardrum whereas appreciative

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James Chapman from Qualcomm on the Snapdragon wireless headphones

Techschanges: Insights on Innovation

07:26 min | Last month

James Chapman from Qualcomm on the Snapdragon wireless headphones

"My guest. Today is james chapman. He's vice president and general manager of voice and music and wearables few happening in in those spaces at qualcomm and a james Big announcement today. Qualcomm is announcing new technology. That promises to make wireless audio as good as if not better than wired audio and it's called qualcomm snapdragon sound. Why don't you tell me a little bit about it. Well qualcomm snapdragon sound. It's about delivering as you said the best audio experience. I'm if you think about wide audience today it's can be little bit glitchy a kind of dirty secret. You don't get the best hotel. It's all breast to get it up to then headphones and many times many. You'll notice if you play a game. Many times latency can be really quite pull. That's in our view and from not acceptable increasingly where we talked consumers. They also are saying you know we really rely on these wireless devices. We want to be as good as we possibly can What are you going to do it. And the answer is to think of the whole phone airbud like whole system. You know you can get far if you concentrate on earbuds you can get so far become strength to lift up your thinking it in qualcomm. We're able to do that and you say well. I wanna follow the sound all the way through the phone. All the way over that wireless wirelessly all the way through the interim walk. Can i do the answers. You can do a look really improve the quality really improve the latency really improve the robustness. And that is what we've done with. Snapdragon sounds collapsed. End to end holistic view to give the consumer that the best. We think we can possibly give to interesting elements of that. I think one is this idea of trying to overcome what you call the glitchy nece. Sometimes there are drops and connectivity and one of my pet peeves is. you'll be watching a video or playing a game and some lag is introduced. It's like one of those old poorly dubbed movies from From decades ago. So one way that you're getting around this as you mentioned is integrating starting with the snapdragon eight processor and assume moving forward other processors. Could you give me a sense of how the phone. And the your buds work together to overcome some of those problems. Let latency is a really good example. Actually liking this. Sometimes if you think about it let's let's imagine piggybacking on the audio and following it where it goes up in. The phone comes into some apps and game engine and it has to wonder it's way through quad loss of west on this software is complicated in any number of places it's gonna take a wrestler bit carry on his journey in all of this complicated software. You can really quite quickly stopped to build up latency. We've gone through an really optimize that so rather than audio being thing that happens as a corollary to everything else is something which is up from center latency way we then go into the i mean you mentioned the eight eight eight snuggle. President tastic pro. There's also the connectivity chimps. The fast connect jesse put they are also incredibly important. You can't deliver the audio into the chip. That's about to send over the air and having huddleston hang around for a while so in that again we've done a lot of optimize age. Make sure the audio gets prioritized and anton. He added interface with managing the co comex with wifi. Very catholics. so that you know you not stalled and hang around waiting. We've managed the radio very carefully. So we've even gone into the The bluetooth radio with we've added features of secret sauce. If you like to make that work more efficiently batter than it would otherwise work and then over the going to do everything reverse did you go back through the air but that software radio interface again optimized and if you follow the audio on that journey all the places if the everywhere in the devices all the places where it was kind of hanging around not being pirates is not be optimized. We've gone through polished ola. At that point you then get this really low latency optimize end to end experience kind of need to behave if you really going to get the best of the consumer excellent. That's really helpful in understanding how you've overcome some of those challenges when digital music. mp threes. i came on the scene. There was a lot of concern. Where ruining our our ears. Where we're going to get used to generation is going to get used to this low quality audio and here. we are years later and According to qualcomm's research according to trends we're seeing in the marketplace consumers really want high quality audio and we're seeing worthy streaming services come online now offering high resolution master quality audio and staff. Dragons sound addresses that as well right absolutely so. It's it's really interesting. I think if you go back a little bit why do we end up with low quality audio. I mean we've been. We've been kind of with really quite poor quality for quite a long time and it's all because of the size of the music so we were very limited. It wasn't so much. The people didn't want high quality audio. It was more like couldn't get if they wanted it a now where we are as things that things move on a lot in terms of the basic activity to the phone. I'm so you've got five g. You've got wi fi six. If you wanna get high-definition strings you certainly can. There's no no penalty getting and then the streaming services. They've also paid attention to to the consumer as possible on redoing of snapdragon. Sam we've been very lucky to be involved with amazon music. And they have some fascinating insights into you know as they've started to add hd streaming the kind of the poll and the increased engagement from that consumers again doubles dannon shows that high-definition audio crop. Equality audio something that consumers react to and they really want now. Y you can hear it. Calling voice couldn't hear music but why because music without all the extra kinda frequency content can feel hope and flapped if you have to do a side by side kind of compressed audio with his high definition audio. The thing that you'll notice as kind of an openness brightness and i am see an intimacy to the sound that you just don't get with the compress files and once people here that they can do very very Hooked by it now. Cross the problem today to get all the phone. You then put on your headphones. We have to compress it away again. Actually get it. Delivered up -til cheerio drum and undoubted again is the thing that snapdragon sound is trying to fix for us allows us to actually finally deliver the high quality audio all the way to your eardrum whereas appreciative

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Pilot 'disorientation' likely caused Kobe Bryant crash

The Ben Shapiro Show

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Pilot 'disorientation' likely caused Kobe Bryant crash

"Board concludes the probable cause of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others was pilot error. It starts with a decision by pilot Ariza buy in to violate his training, says the board. Continue flying by visual flight rules into weather conditions that required instruments, which is NTSB member Thomas Chapman explains, which resulted in the pilots, spatial disorientation and loss of control so by and thought he was asked, sending when he was actually descending. Because also includes the company island Express helicopters, inadequate review and oversight of its safety management processes. Among the board's recommendations, helicopters be equipped with safety management systems, which assess risk. Jim Roper. KBC NEWS, Northern California Parents and

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Pilot's poor decisions blamed in Kobe Bryant chopper crash

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

Pilot's poor decisions blamed in Kobe Bryant chopper crash

"The pilot sport decisions are blamed in Kobe Bryant's chopper crash Thomas Chapman is a member of the NTSB the probable cause of this accident was the pilot's decision to continue flight under visual flight rules into instrument meteorological conditions which resulted in the pilot spatial disorientation and loss of control and Chapman adds the pilot really wanted to get Kobe Bryant to a youth basketball event contributing to the accident was the pilot's likely self induced pressure and the pilots plan continue continuation by US which adversely affected his decision making an NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt ads there were opportunities along the way to have reversed the course and prevented this crash by simply landing I'm shelling out there

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How to Accept When Your Spouse Doesn't Speak Your Love Language

3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms

02:48 min | 2 months ago

How to Accept When Your Spouse Doesn't Speak Your Love Language

"As i mentioned. Ryan and i have opposite love languages and for a while. I think that this caused quite a bit of resentment in my marriage. Because i just felt like it wasn't too much to ask for him to learn how to love me in the way that i wanted to be loved. I'm like i need words of affirmation. This should be important to him. Because it's important to me you know. He could like set a little timer on his phone to remind him to send a loving tax store. You know i in my mind. I had all of these ways that he could do this for me if he really wanted to. And when i was stuck in that mindset. I really just felt resentment and so i have really come to peace and accepted the fact in the last little while that it's okay that we don't speak the same language and today i want to share three takeaways for how i've come to this place of not just acceptance but also genuine respect for the ways that my husband's shows me love so first of all. Let's do a really quick overview of the five love languages. I wanna spend too much time on this. Because i think most people are familiar with this concept. It comes from a book called the five. Love languages. By gary chapman. And it's basically the natural way that we give love and the five that he defined are through words of affirmation physical touch quality time gifts and acts of service and of course all of us want to receive love in all of those ways but it is true that we tend to lean more towards one or two as the primary ways that we feel the most loved to determine what yours is. Or what your spouse is you can take a quiz online But you also. I think can just think of hard about them and you can kind of figure it out on your own. So what do you do if your love language does not match with your spouses this takeaway number one and it is to tune in to hear their expressions of love. They are speaking love to you. Even if it's not in words think about those other love languages gifts acts of service physical touch words of affirmation and what was the last one quality time And really try to tune in and look for those expressions of love that they maybe giving you so naturally. It's just who they are that you're just kinda used to it and you almost don't count it. Which isn't fair because it should count even if it's just who they are so really get tuned in and you're listening and you're watching for the ways that they show love. It can be really easy to overlook what comes naturally to your spouse

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Stylist Craig Chapman on the Evolution of HairDotCom

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

03:03 min | 2 months ago

Stylist Craig Chapman on the Evolution of HairDotCom

"Just shared with us is head dot com artie. What is head on comedy but maybe just take you back a little bit and high. We actually Actually came a rides I because this this quite story behind it really. It was something head called with something. That's I originally set up Ten years ago And cardiff really never put on the dog hole. But it was. It was mostly the fact that being a headdress. Dining cole will I worked with brands over the years. But i felt like was it was a really difficult task to be able to get involved in. Show work or Campaign work all the different elements within our industry Kinda felt isolated. Dining cole mullan even been linked up with Brown served years to get onto the autistic teams kind of always felt like we will be forgotten. Dining dinan sunny cold war which actually writing spice inside but but the so head dot com kind of started off raise as a basis for me to be able to get the opportunity to branch into other areas of the industry and it really started with a bunch of friends. It was all friends I worked with the industry. None of them working in london. Everybody was in the small times upside villages outside of london. And i kind of took myself to to really try and get tsitsi for people. The headdresses started settled owners. That what it to work within other sectors of the head world But didn't want to make that transition to london. Didn't want to move to london. I mean. I didn't have the blessings of big brands night So the opportunities always felt like they were They were further away than evening. Grasping range so. So i kind of just put my head diamonds. Did a lot of free work an awful lot. Free work a serious about if miles traveling from coal to whatever anybody wanted me to go to actually build it as as we as i was building it it was just friends friends that buddies of mine that will be within the industry that wants to get involved and i pulled him into fight shapes different campaigns and slowly into tv work as i entered into a tv hairdresser which would be old by. By six years ago now Head dot com kind of developed from that basis. So this lots of names within had dot com. Which will mentioned later that were were that right from the very beginning even before anybody even even before even you had co

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Wall Street analysts on what to expect from Apple earnings

Mac OS Ken

01:36 min | 2 months ago

Wall Street analysts on what to expect from Apple earnings

"The pre earnings financial analyst frenzy continues even analysts. That aren't that sold on apple shares long-term or all about anticipated december quarter numbers among them. Ubs analyst david vote apple insider had him issuing note monday wherein he raised his revenue and earnings per share expectations for the first quarter of fiscal year. Twenty twenty one. He had been looking for revenue of ninety eight point nine billion dollars on earnings per share of a buck thirty five. He is now looking revenue of one hundred six point nine billion dollars on earnings per share of one forty five. What's not to like would seem to be question. He thinks apple ship more iphones than he expected. He thinks the phones they sold had a higher average selling price than expected. He thinks max did better than the same quarter a year earlier and he is really just not into apple. Shares these got a hold rating on apple. Shares is a matter of fact and our price target of one hundred fifteen dollars other firms see apple beating expectations and they are in the apple. Shares take j. P. morgan melissa. Chatterjee please apple through reynaud from chapman to clients in it. He has the cupertino company back with another one of those buster beats when it comes to revenue expectations his appears to be the highest. He is looking for december revenue of one hundred ten billion dollars on earnings of one dollar and fifty six cents.

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Tracy Chapman wins $450K settlement in copyright lawsuit against Nicki Minaj

Dean Richards' Sunday Morning

01:43 min | 3 months ago

Tracy Chapman wins $450K settlement in copyright lawsuit against Nicki Minaj

"World to pop stars have settled a legal dispute two years ago. Singer songwriter Tracy Chapman. You remember Tracy Chapman? We've got a fast car. Not going to do justice trying to sing her song, but she's a beautiful singer songwriter. She had a song out called Baby, Can I Hold you That? I'm really not gonna just saying But she filed a lawsuit claiming that rapper Nicki Minaj used both the lyrics and vocal melody from her song. Suitor and one after two years. This was in court for two years. She won now even though this trace Nicki Minaj song. Was never officially released. A New York DJ got a copy of it and put it in the air. And you know once that happened Guess you know, people were able Tonto copies of it. And put it on the air. Tracy Chapman as a result of this ruling, which by the way was for $450,000 got almost a half a million dollars in this suit. After the lawsuit, Tracy Chapman said. I've been known to be very protective of my work. I have never authorized the use of my songs for samples or requested a sample while they did make a request to use it. I denied it. This lawsuit was the last resort and Nicki Minaj is lawyer is saying that they agreed to a settlement simply because it would cost more to go to trial with this,

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Tracy Chapman Awarded $450,000 in Copyright Lawsuit Against Nicki Minaj

Leo Laporte

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Tracy Chapman Awarded $450,000 in Copyright Lawsuit Against Nicki Minaj

"Nicki Minaj just agreed to pay $450,000 in legal fees is part of a copyright infringement lawsuit. Nikki will pay the fine and legal fees for singer and songwriter Tracy Chapman for allegedly sampling one of her songs without permission. Chapman filed a lawsuit in 2018, saying her music was used used in in one one of of Nicky's Nicky's unreleased unreleased songs songs that that was was leaked leaked and and circulated circulated online. online.

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Nicki Minaj settles copyright lawsuit, will pay Tracy Chapman $450G

Colleen and Bradley

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Nicki Minaj settles copyright lawsuit, will pay Tracy Chapman $450G

"To Nicki Minaj. She's agreed to Patrizia Chapman $450,000, in addition to Chapman's legal fees after she was sued for copyright infringement in regards to Chapman Song, Baby, Can I hold you Interesting? Chapman, A menage were set to go to trial over Chapman's claims later this year, and the soup was first filed against Minaj back in October. 2018 and we'll manage, didn't release the track and question on her album Queen she did allegedly leaked the Funkmaster Flex. Which led to its circulation online so that I got out then that was a no. No,

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A Girl Scout calls out child-labor link in Girl Scout cookies

WBZ Afternoon News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

A Girl Scout calls out child-labor link in Girl Scout cookies

"Off the record highs from yesterday. A tale of two girls and an unsustainable Cookie. CBS is Elaine Cobb explains. 14 year old Olivia Chapman, from Rural Tennessee was shocked to find the mass produced Girl Scout cookies she was selling were made with Palm oil from unsustainable sources. The AP went digging on found her alter ego in Indonesia. Emma was forced to leave school, abandoned her dreams of becoming a doctor and instead work 12 hours a day harvesting on the plantations. Child labor and rain forest clearance or both common in the palm oil industry with $65

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Voice AI in Europe Year-in-Review 2020: Voice Assistants and Privacy Issues

The Voicebot Podcast

04:38 min | 3 months ago

Voice AI in Europe Year-in-Review 2020: Voice Assistants and Privacy Issues

"One of things. I do Just for the audience's give you a little perspective before we go into this. I have some ideas of things that i think are big stories of the year that we should talk about. But i also ask guests to suggest some things and top of the list for nave. Was privacy concerns around voice technology. And i think interestingly enough this is a topic we didn't really talk much about by. Us guests when we did a yard review just just a few days ago but europe has different views on this in there has been. There's been a lot of movement at the regulatory level. You know clearly there's consumer privacy advocacy going on europe. Tell me a little bit about why you think that was one of the top in twenty twenty four voice. Yeah it's funny. You say that about your your you ask us. I mean privacy came as is a big story twenty. Nineteen ridi ryan's with all of those events with you know confident top story. I would say twenty nineteen. I mean everything a month. There was another expose in lower telling a story. So i guess you could argue that. It's trending nineteen story but privacy has become such a big part of the way we talk about voice technology. Certainly it's a box labs when it comes to kids that it's something that all of our clients are talking to us about all the time and i told you know it may well have come as and been a mainstream media topic in twenty nine teen but everybody is still talking about. Voice are bad privacy and in fact they're more educated parents because children being remote learning all year long this year with the pandemic you know that concern on the parents size but also in terms of our kinds of companies on the entertainment companies. I think when you look at the numbers it's really interesting to see the wild keeper more education than have more concerns about privacy and bread. You guys did a survey on this year. Yourselves of as trust issues with voice assistance at we can still see the numbers of people. Buying them are going up enough so to me that translates to adults thinking okay. I'll you consent to use my voice if you give me. Convenience in utility voice under bassett tradeoff that adults are willing to to go if they think about it at all rise but the very different construct when it comes to kids you know i mean when you think a bad kids invoice are really comfortable as parents of young kids to allow our kids voices to be used as data accumulation exercise where you know they can be profiled for at driven business models where the utility in the business model are combined. And i think a lot of people when they sound bites and think about that Browns there are concerns when it comes to car manufacturers toy manufacturers education companies. I say when it comes to privacy one of the reasons why is because for kids voices not a nice to have. It's not just a convenience. As technology has become more accurate. It's become a necessity for kids to use voice technology and more and more as becomes ubiquitous in classrooms. And at home kids voices will be used at the natural interface with lots and lots of technology. So we come to take you for granted thus kedah invoices stages collected unused posts consent in exactly the same way as as stages use storage and processed in the exact same ways. So for me. I guess the the stark paying about twenty twenty was we had all of this ad crying. Twenty nineteen very little changed in twenty twenty on regulation. We can't really expect regulation to turn it off on you know it's up and eighteen. Chapman best just not realistic but it is realistic for at the market to reflect some of those concerns and for companies like us who are privacy by design from the get-go who built from grand four privacy from since twenty thirteen to have it now as a competitive advantage. That privacy is something that's built into our system in amherst seeing a lot of people asking us bag privacy so you know. I think it's issue that will continue to be there and i think for kids. It's absolutely fundamental rise and and we'd like to hear more our compatriots in the voice space token

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COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials

"Maker. Novavax is starting phase three trials of its covert 19 vaccine with 30,000 people across the US and Mexico. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman has the latest from Washington. All the vaccines prepared to ramp up production speedily across the world when its vaccine is approved Chief Executive Standard Stead in Bloomberg interview. We're doing something that's unprecedented building scale and eight different countries. We partnered with the world's largest faxing company called Serve Institute in India. They will take care of all of the middle of lower income countries of the world will use the distribution system in Europe in the US, it's already set up on its experiences a major producer of flu vaccine or extend the rich. Scare small. The covered 19 vaccine would not protect against new strains, but it could be modified if need be in

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Anna Chapman  From Salon Hairdresser to International Session Stylist

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

06:41 min | 4 months ago

Anna Chapman From Salon Hairdresser to International Session Stylist

"The welcome to the podcast. The lovely anna champa. How you doing. Ana i'm good. Thank you very well so place. They finally got to chat been a long time. I'm pleased got there has been a longtime in being. There's been lots going on in your life. It'd be fair to say honor. Hasn't it hasn't been the most easiest of times. And i know you wanted to make sure you're in the right place to come onto the podcast today and hayward we go with this one so much to talk about session kit loss your life as a session style as you look you are international. She stars the real deal. You know not somebody who puts it on the bio and so when we talk about session starless i and just give everybody an insight to a session. Stylist really is so i mean. There is a lot of speculation with people saying that the session stylus and all they real session silas. I mean i think the main thing is when you'll really starting to earn money being session stylist. That is when you can really cool yourself. Recession silas so when you're not based on luck in asylum and you're working either in a session. Stylists can be actually anything from working in tv and film working as slept with celebrities and working in high fashion. You're a freelance has eyelids that works on set and is earning money through. That doesn't necessarily have to be with an agency. I've got lots of friends that well. Gary gale is an amazing session stylist and he managed to get to where he was without even being with an agency. So you don't necessarily have to agency if you're super talented like gary and you worked incredibly hard incredibly hard and then it doesn't you don't have to be the agency but But yeah just just freelance traveling so not based in a silo. Really most sessions. Stylus may do the odd day stallone if they weren't too I actually do still have. But you don't it's not. It's your not full-time in this island because then you're not session. Stylist that question in the world at the pandemic an no. We're hopefully come into the latter part of this pandemic. How badly affected as you're being as a session list to be honest. We are still working so actually when to the first lock down we out to work. And in the second lockdown we were out to work the government the that it was parked production and production for tv film and all shoots to still carry on going ahead so we had to say therefore we had to carry on working all we were allowed to carry on working however it is still extremely slow. So you know. I think people like super super establish session. Sinus that have been around for years like greater. Eugene only bake session stylist. i'm. I'm sure they're still really busy. But you know that's because they've got established clients have been working for years that still carrying on shooting but it has definitely been slide so for lot of myself and other sessions silas still growing. You know still building. Their portfolio is being really slow. So it's not it's been challenging for us as well and it's just more difficult because of all safety measurements that we've got put in place brushes. Does it take the gloss off a little bit of time to when you have to work with such a record railway not really know because mean i love my job and you just think. This is really adaptable creatures. And i think we. I think we really enjoy what we do. And i think that we're i think we're quite easy. Going is as characters like headdresses. Just i think once they get over the thing of oh no do that they just with it know they make stuff happen still had just quickly so no. I think once. I got used to having to wear the moss and to vises and all the sterilization starts getting used to it. And you just carry on like it's one of those things i mean. We have to carry on doing our job and we have to do it safely. So there's no point in about you know you just have to do it. You know and i love my job i i don't see it as were also good to hear not. Yeah we're going to get a little bit more insights into your life. Sexiest stall as well as session kit or really want to learn about session care. I've been watching growth and before we had any further into that. I think is good for our listeners. To just get the background to you and you know what led you to where you are. Well i am actually always always wanted to be a session stylist at even at school. I remember you and you teaches make you. Do those talks all what you want to be. When you're older so. I said i want to be at the head yourself. Now actually had a teacher that she took the mic of being a hairdresser and said that he said things like oh. I don't want you to stand up. And just say oh i just want to be harissa and always thinking. Oh my god. I'll do hairdresser. And i'm thinking i was quite worried about saying it. Which is terrible. I mean contemplative. He did that but at the time of see. You're innocent seed. I understand why someone would say that. But and but yeah i mean. Sometimes hairdressing can have that stigma. Con- it not so much now. I think but back then it was kind of sometimes. People have that view of it being an easy option. Because you don't have to go to university or things like that which is so not true

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James Chapman VP and GM of Music and Wearables at Qualcomm on The Opportunities of Aippods

The Voicebot Podcast

07:48 min | 4 months ago

James Chapman VP and GM of Music and Wearables at Qualcomm on The Opportunities of Aippods

"We just published the hereby consumer adoption report so been knee deep in this for a while a of late We just did a national consumer survey and October so we have really recent data. We put out a report. But i've been tracking this space in depth for years now in fact we had some some really early consumer survey data back in twenty eighteen. Sort of an early part. We talk about voice assistance. But i'm interested in the heroles or the your true wireless earbuds space just in general and i think it's really of high interest to my audience. Who are starting to wake up. To the fact that there's a lot of these devices is beyond The smart speaker and particularly the smartphone is really interesting but the smartphone without oils. Earbuds isn't really that interesting. I think for a lot of these stations. So so it's great to have you on You know given your background. But why don't we start out. Give people a little bit about your background. So obviously you're at qualcomm overseeing the highly relevant group but How did you get involved in this. You're a physicist by training. So did you always know you're going to be working at the silicon level Complete accident i stumbled into it. Come touchscreens graphics. Engines view listeners. Who who were at the raspberry pi on some of the silicon and the the blocks. I was some great colleagues on. I joined came to the radio. Cbs walls in two thousand thirteen Whole range of stuff they did. And of course of the full front was him. I think about point people realizing just just has special wireless soldier could become interrail realize why half the wise you you can get it. Wirelessly period of time as the asahi required by qualcomm's fantastic the engineering expertise of call common the breadth. The payers is just amazing. we megyn from day. One started looking around a digging around through the libraries finding while they have put into our new silicon. Which when i sing sing in the market now on very luckily very very privileged for me. I find myself running the voice music. Wearables business units Anything in this because wrapped around your wrist watch would would come with me and my team so very exciting place to be. A change is happening. Could well you've seen this. This industry grew up. Because i think he started Or very early in your career. You're working broadcom as well so you have. You've seen this over a number of years. Yes yes a lot of a lot of things going on but the the thing i think is amazing i think let me be a little bit brutally honest which perhaps he's unwise on these these accounts but if i look at t twelve twenty thirteen what was a headphone while it was. Maybe it was your little your little more headset. When you a hands free in the car maybe you put it on reached rounded back to get it when you listen to music but you know what else was it And then he looked. Today is small is wireless. Earbuds is in your pocket. It loss for hours and hours and hours know if you will when travelling very much. The moment travelling public transport rounded the big cities. You're more likely to see people with their butts in the with on. I think that's that's tremendous because it goes from a device that you you go and search out when he wants this to music device that you always have with you always have was literally on you On the processing and the silicon capability will put the interests devices. Means they are that they're becoming a was a bit like films becoming a real augmented piece of piece of hardware. You've got what you all the time offering you love. yeah. I i think it's if you go back to like twelve or thirteen. I think maybe i would add. I think i had like a set of bose or monster headphones. That i was listening to. So in those those would had some noise cancellation capabilities and in quality audio at us mostly just on the plane maybe occasionally at all I believe back in that period. Maybe a little bit. Before that. I had maybe a blue headset I've had a couple of job or heads that i would use. I would swap out if i was going to make a phone call so i had these multiple things. Those were pretty amazing and actually had this blue ant that actually had voice control. I could do a voice input like us a number but you had all these speed dials. You could use So and just to think about where we are today with the different solutions in the market. It's it's really been tremendous Just the the miniaturisation and the fact that we can have really high quality solutions all day. Long now i'm wearing some some bose headphones right now. Which i use to record because i like the way that it isolates me and sort of keeps all the back. Out nice microphones does all the gate and everything But throughout the day. Mostly i i have earbuds at and i have all different sorts and I use them for listening. But i use them for voices system. I use them for a lot of zoom meetings and conference calls. I think it's i think. Behavior has shifted. Maybe more in this space than any other over the last five or six years. I think when. I look at the what's driven it number. One is power consumption so if you look at our latest arrange of chips the fifty one hundred series. Thirty hundred series. We worked very hard last two or three years. The power time So it's it's you know two three four times less power than walls if you go back twenty sixteen seventeen. I'm what what what does that do. Well the battery get smaller ranch and the irony here you can shrink the battery and you can get the The lifetime to go so rather being maybe two three hours four hours. Maybe maybe more with a really big set of cans that easy work and i can put them in you. Ranked game four five six seven hours repair via but so it's not. It's not a kind of a concern that you you're going to use them. Use them up in the back in the case. And what am i gonna do. Can i rely on for a long time and the smooth and ally white and that does driven so fascinating things so number one given that i can put mine in my knees do i won't say yes potentially for for this bill. So now you know the voice ui. I'm won't once. I can wear them knocking tire and auto uncomfortable rival interface. I can go talk to the voice assistant. Thank goodness you know the the google's now's this wilted did all they did but the voice assistance have come alone. Am i living those feature films. I'm sitting there with this thing. In my ear unobtrusive comfortable lightweight. How gonna worry about the power On on yes. I'm getting this voice. She why we were very very closely with the likes of arizona. Google to make sure that we meet requirements. We got the right things you make it available to to our customers to end consumers so very exciting change in terms of the power consumption a low power we achieve allowing you to wear them all the time of the ones. He just wouldn't do it on. Be comfortable and then suddenly you've got this option to have a very exciting interface. You didn't have before to a lot of information through through the voice interface.

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"chapman" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

02:59 min | 9 months ago

"chapman" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"chapman" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

07:51 min | 9 months ago

"chapman" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Ooh! Will off the bench. It's I. Just I'm. And then the other part. I don't know how they're going to do this. Guys and you know you've sat down on the Florida Games. With no fans in the stands, and now you're gonNA. Hear everything. These guys say every time. The whistles blown every every everything I. It's going to be involved I do. Love older. It's GonNa. I do too but Donna steps pretty bad. HILARIOUS Larry Hilarious. Now you put it on delay. You have an eight. You have a five seven. Yeah Yeah I've same delay and someone's. It's like anything someone sitting there with a button and they get it. They don't and they try to me. I want to hear what to me. The best moment is when that thing is. There's going to be. There's going to be home. Homophobic stuff said in the spur of the moment. It's going to be rate it not really racial stuff, but the N. Word said all the time a whole game because you I mean it just is, it just is. It's there's just a lot of STU-. You there. You've been there Nolan United to Larryelder I I love it I love nothing more than guys. This shit talking one another. Are You, GonNa? Do you're playing basketball? Nobody means any of it. You're just, but it's. I'm looking forward to it and hope for the fan. I WANNA. Hear to want to hear what Patrick Beverley is saying to whoever he's checking up on like I wanNA hear how he gets into someone's head. It's it's gotta be amazing. The other thing that I think guys that that when when I think about this. I think about myself going playing. It would be hard to especially when you're used to a crowd and guys like Lebron and those guys who've played in front of crowds forever now. When you go into a gym and there's nobody in there. It feels like scrimmage, and it feels like a practice and you know I worry about a bad call and a guide just boating the. punting the ball into the stands, and just being out fuck this and walking off the court. You know because the now hopefully. They've had this schooling while they've been there to be like guys listen. This is important. Like. Yes, you cannot if you do. They're serious repercussions, but yeah. I worry about how. You know how guys are going to interact with officials and stuff. Treat it like that. They should treat it like. Can you hear me man? y'All got in the Army Yup. They should treat the scrimmage from the last dance between Jordan magic and treat it like the heat. That thing as there is good. In that. The level of competition was above the rim, and it was above the level of normal scrimmage felt like a real game. You know they should dig into those things I. There's real stuff on the line I mean the the crazy thing is this season was gonNA line up to be amazing. You're looking at the Lakers and the clippers as you know. West Western confidential Western Conference finals in new and again you're looking at Toronto in Milwaukee in the East. That would have been amazing that just you think about those teams you think about those players in the NBA has stars on so many teams right now that. Joel embiid on the sixers in like just a guy like that. You always have a shot. Don't sleep on the Celtics. Slave on the Celtics. We will young team. You know who's going to be different player when he comes back. Gordon Hayward Yano, man that. Dude. He was getting it back now. He's now he's done the same footing with everybody else and sleep on. The Celtics Man I watched a game with Gordon Hayward and he would have like the beginning of the season. When he was coming back, he would have one great game and then I'd Games but I saw a great game that he had and I'm like no one can check this guy in with Brad. Stevens, you know ball datum though. On Brown Kemba, come on! Those guys are a nightmare. They just they need a big. They need big, but if you if if. That's a team that. This pandemic. You know this whole thing is probably you know could be basketball life. End Up benefiting because. Nobody wants to have to gear your defenses for four different guys. You GotTa Stop Right now, and they're both. They're all twenty seven younger. That's yeah, it's incredible line lastly, and lastly it's move to kind of what you're doing right now in addition to doing. Color, stock pre-game stuff for Kentucky which I just loved it. They welcomed you back to I. Mean you've had event an unbelievable life? You know you you got injured and like so many people suffered. Debilitating injuries and then went into. You know actually know act hydrophone dependence on. which is like a ridiculously huge problem in our country right now and we've had people in our family that have have mad, and so we've seen it firsthand how difficult that can be and so you know, and it ruins your life because you were Catholic public person NBA was like giving you chances in the outline. It really well sixty piece your if your. If your life was a basketball game, you had a decent first quarter. Your second quarter was insane. You came out in the second half and. had. A run that you had that I came out. I can have pull my pants down. Shit, right in the middle of the floor. and. But. Listen I look at your. Here's the deal you our friend now now that we've done it. We love you and love everything really, but I will say this when you got busted for stealing merchandise from an apple store. I'm going to tell you the joke that we made and I know you're GonNa Laugh. I can't wait. Are Was it was a name? What it's it was the most steals. He's ever gotten. He wasn't known for that anyway. I, was it and and so it's just credit credit you. You should get fourteen. Right Miami Mayan Tissot! My anticipation got better over. Right! The defense. The defense. Store was open. Was Open. Back door. Yup Yup. So That you can laugh at that. Front door. Isn't that. Terrible terrible. No, it's so great! Laugh at it though there's like I said there was a moment in the easiest that really to me was amazing, and you described going into re have the third time walk in getting to your bed, which you shared a room with someone laying down and looking up at the ceiling, and saying something to the effect of this is where I need to be right now. This is exactly who I need to be an. It's so funny as an athlete you're like. Like all right I gotta run these wind sprints one more time, but in your heart. You're like this. What I have to do, if I want to be the next guy I need you, you're you're dying inside. You can't breathe, but you're like I'm GONNA. Get to that end of the court and come back and do these suicides because it's GonNa, make me a better person, and and that athlete.

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"chapman" Discussed on The Strategerist

The Strategerist

03:31 min | 9 months ago

"chapman" Discussed on The Strategerist

"It's episode of the strategic was recorded earlier this year in person at the Bush Center. Joining us today on the strategic is Bob Chapman CEO Global capital equipment firm Berry Way Miller named a top twenty five most audacious company for putting its employees I and he's also. The author of everybody matters the extraordinary power of caring for your. Family. We're with an. Audacious, company I wanted to make sure I got that word right Bob. Thank you so much spending few minutes. Pleasure to be here and our coast today is Lindsay Kanoute's in who is the director of our leadership programs at the Bush Institute Lindsey. Thanks for doing this. Thank you Andrew so happy to be here with Bob, so Lindsey heads up our leadership programs at the Bush Center which includes their presidential leadership scholars program, but dives into how to solve big problems by working. Working across our differences and our liberty and leadership program for young leaders in countries, transition to democracy. We have a we lead program for women in the Middle East North Africa Afghanistan understand to veteran leadership program works to support the men and women of our armed forces that are coming back to civilian life and Bob. Year. Mission really is in workplace leadership, which is where so many of us spend the majority of of our waking hours. So how did that become your mission? I started off. With a very traditional business education entered the business world with that foundation went into public accounting, then eventually got into our family business to try and give it a future. And took the tools of the education experience I hadn't tried to apply them..

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"chapman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"chapman" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Some of the younger guys on the staff Dole Remember Rex Chapman is a player and I of course. Do what I do with my kids Google him. It was a big deal at Kentucky and he could get up. He could shoot. Rex Chapman. Here's something for you. Rex Chapman is the only player in NBA history. Only player to have played in exactly six hundred and sixty six career games. Stat of the day stat of the Day Pass Dad of the day stat of the day. Here comes that. What Stat of the? Jason.

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"chapman" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:00 min | 1 year ago

"chapman" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So he goes home he gets clean he turns things around. What does REX CHAPMAN DO NEXT? Rex Chapman goes back to Lexington. And it's no longer Lexington it's just Lexington. And and people of a certain age know who he is and people of a certain age are still asking for autographs and are still won't hear stories about the good old days but there was also that that group from that older generation. That were embarrassed and they don't have anything to do with him because of the Mugshot in. Because they're like this dude's a junkie so year-by-year month-by-month he won those people over and And then he did what we all do he got jobs. You've got a job with the NBA TV. He got a job with The Kentucky wildcats Radio Network pregame show and because he had this public jobs. He's like okay. I should do social media any hated it. Because what he found on social media was there was no happiness it was all gloom and doom in politics and high mighty in everything. He looked at Made him feel worse and In one day he decided he'd have enough. What did he do? I'm listening very carefully because I feel like I could learn something from this next month or we could right. We're all guilty of kind of fall into this on the treadmill of twitter and it was January twenty nineteen and he was like. I'm either go walk away from this or want to change approach and he saw video of a gallon a paddle board who is headed out into the ocean. And what we can see that. That poor guy can't see is that there is a wall of Dolphins Swim Fin fin just the surface of the water. And as they're going to go under him right and then all of a sudden the last possible split-second one of those dolphins launches into the air body checks. The guy off of the paddleboard goes back into the water. The dolphins just go on and just one day so that a video the Guy Paddle boarding and school of Dolphins swimming in one of them jumped hit him in the chest and I said to myself that charge and so he posts the video and he puts it out to the world blocker charge and that tweet took off like how much like took off like he had maybe thirty thousand twitter followers and the response was so strong he doubled that number and he started posting regularly and asking the same question blocker charge by the summer. He's got one hundred thousand two hundred dollars and now he has more than half a million I don't know what that feels like. 'cause I'm nowhere near that but I continue to try to find some tweet. That will one day. Provide me with our. If you're listening. Please follow Ryan McGee right now. Espn RADI grow follows. His way they're going to be rex. Chapman caliber videos. But there's some good jokes so wreck. St- started doing block charge but since then it's expanded right. No longer is just posting videos of people getting hit expanded and expanded even more. I mean just in the last couple of weeks as more people have had to just keep it in her house in the middle of this cove in nineteen a mess. You know it. It was just slapstick. It was just America's funniest home videos But didn't expand it into heartwarming stuff. This is the twitter content. I'm here for is what he always says. It's the kid given out the free hugs at the nursing home and it saw you know these kids with Down Syndrome. Who were being able to check in play for the first time ever in their last high school basketball game and scoring points in his dogs. Bra Rex. Chapman loves dogs. Any cute dog video. He can possibly find it. Goes up there it just kind of taken on this fun heart warming make you feel good. You know make you laugh life. And it's not just about you know a guy getting hit in the Crotch with golf club. Although I'm all for all about that but but there's also you know content this a little deeper than it does. Rex believe his content has resonated so much with so many people. I think he recognizes that we all needed a break and that we all need a break every single day. Read the responses to everything that rex posts. Because it's not just the fact that the responses are coming from Mark Hamill and Richard Marx and Chuck d and The governor of Massachusetts. It's the craziest group of people. You'll ever see in one place at one time but all positive every now and then he'll get someone saying you know. Hey would you know crackhead or whatever drug addict and his response to that is almost always his own mug shot from Google and is because he wants people to know that he is well aware of what he fell into. He's well aware of what he recovered from is still recovering from and and sometimes they'll just out there on his own just to remind everybody you know it's This is where I've been in. This is who I am but But it's okay to laugh. Well given the fact that you know that Mugshot used to be the image that people associated with rex and sort of his demise after playing basketball does he feel like this is all given him some degree of redemption. There's no question about it. There have been three different chaplains. There's the basketball keenum. There's the guy who wandered in the Wilderness for ten years as an addict that we've all seen mugshot and now there's the new accidental social media influencers her and It's it's amazing to twitter's not all that bad it's not as long as you As long as you check your rex Chapman every now. And then it's It's a nice little reset button for your brain. Thanks so much Ryan I already follow you. But I'll and follow you follow you again. Take you mean a calms. I've always followed you for more on Rex. Chapman Story Checkout Ryan McGee's piece tonight on sixty and on ESPN DOT com coming up hockey equipment. Company is making masks but not for players..

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"chapman" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"chapman" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"So Ryan in two thousand rex. Chapman finally retired from the NBA. After twelve seasons and after that kind of faded from the spotlight what happened next in his life he was a scout and head various front office jobs with a couple of different teams You know primarily work for the Phoenix Suns. He's married has four kids. He thinks that everything at home is going well but as with everything in his life has been masked by the fact that he is completely addicted to painkillers. It made me feel like I was a better dad and a better husband and all that initially. But it's it's just it's it's too slippery slope it. Yeah they say it. All the time drugs are fun and then it's fun with problems and then it's just problems as a rex. Chapman for years. Was knocking down five bottles of pills a day. Vicodin Oxycontin. I just kept pain pills by the bid under the mattress. You know. I'd sneak them out in the night. You'll meet them. Wouldn't even wake up just that that far gone like I said earlier. You it makes you think everything's okay. But it's all a mask. And it's all a sham and the reality is it's not and Danny ainge went to him and said something's wrong with you and he went to Rehab. It didn't take A little while later he was approached. Again something's wrong with you. And he went to Rehab and it didn't take and in the meantime his marriage fell apart. My Life had gone to addiction. And and it's it's tough and when you're in the deaths of you I do remember many days thinking my life is never going to be worth a damn again. What did say was his low point amidst all of this. The low point is very easy to find breaking news tonight. We're right there outside the jail where well known suspect just showed up here. He is caught on video this time. A former suns player guys. Don't police released surveillance video. Showing Chapman inside an apple store in North Scottsdale. Chapman was arrested last Friday on suspicion of shoplifting. More than fourteen thousand dollars in merchandise Shelvin was arrested and I say this is easy to find because if you google the name Rex Chapman. You don't get funny videos You don't get the dunk contest. You don't get hang thirty nine Jordan. You get the Mugshot.

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"chapman" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"chapman" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"I Ryan how are you? I'm alright like most people these days. I am spending entirely too much time on the Internet. And let's start there. I want you to open twitter. Look at your time line and tell me what you're seeing. I'm seeing pandemics and I'm seeing politics and I'm seeing. Maybe a little bit of Tom Brady in Tampa Bay which is might be the weirdest part of the whole thing and then I'm seeing a guy in the rain running into a stop sign and I'm seeing a kid getting smacked in the face by an elephant and I'm seeing another kid given out free. Hugs at nursing homes and That's that's what I'm looking for. Where are you seeing this? I'm seeing that from the most unlikely source. I think maybe ever which is At Rex Chapman Ryen. Which do I notice rex? Chapman popping up on your timeline. It was probably a year ago in the spring of Twenty nineteen and I started to get the texts from friends who were saying. Have you seen this video? And have you seen that video? And have you seen? Who is posting these videos? I'm part of this generation where I remember. Rex Chapman as Mr Kentucky basketball. I mean this must be the greatest high school basketball player that ever lived and then he's the first draft pick of the Charlotte Hornets and then he's in he's the white dude in the dunk contest. And then he's hanging thirty nine on Jordan. What he's with the Miami Heat he's Rexon. He's King Rex. He's sexy rexy and I'm like there's no way this is the same rex. Chapman has to be this other. Shabina out there. That just happens to be some borrow twitter superstar and it turns out they are the exact same person I think. A lot of people seeing XS tweets for the first time had a similar reaction but I also find it very funny that some people may be in their twenties and younger might not even know who rex. Chapman is or they just think. Oh yeah the guy on twitter. You does the videos so Ryan. Let's educate them and refresh people's memories. Take us back to Kentucky late. Nineteen Eighty S. What was rex? Mania Steel Diaper Dandy. That's going to be one of the all time legend the perspective. I'll give you that. I was a north Carolinian living all tobacco road and REX. Chapman was the guy that you made. Sure you got back to your television by eleven o'clock to see sportscenter just to see what he had done he just was. It was electrified. He was so smooth he was dribble behind his back. He was dishing the ball he was Dunkin. He was doing everything that require. Frankly white dude's weren't doing in college basketball that time and this is before the Internet before you could go on Youtube and post. Your own highlight video. People had heard about him but they hadn't seen him so any chance. You had to watch this kid from Kentucky. Play Ball you did it. He was foul before viral was thing. You've been under incredible pressure. And yet you just go on with life every day even though you're probably the biggest folk hero. I guess it's Cogan. Robert Disagree with that. I don't know I just take day by day. So rex was this huge star. And as you mentioned being Kentucky there was a massive spotlight on him. How did he handle that? He handled it by Kinda circle in his own wagons for me. I just wanted to play basketball. And that's it the playing part at Kentucky no problem I loved it. I was good at it. Could handle it no worries it was off court stuff. That really weighed on me. He didn't go to the cafeteria He tried to go to bars with his teammates and he was met at the door by the balancer. Who wrecks man? I'd love Login here. But everyone knows you are if I let you in here. The police will be here in four minutes. It just was it was it was a lonely existence surrounded by people all the time but alone every moment every minute that I wasn't in class or at practise either hsun by myself or sleeping and I was I think I was rationalizing as I'm getting my rest but I was depressed than just in you know back then. You didn't talk about that stuff. He believed that eighteen nineteen years old. He was just getting his rest. But the reality was He was dealing with depression by just going to sleep St cope with it. He started playing horses. He did what everyone in Kentucky does and He started playing the horses. A pretty young age and That was another time and place where he could feel normal. You know he could go to the horse track and he could put his face. You know in that race inform and everybody else's word about their race informs and they won't bother him so after his sophomore off more year REX declares for the NBA draft and he ends up with the brand new expansion Charlotte Hornets for the eighth in the draft and their first in the NBA. The Charlotte Hornets Select Rex. Chapman of Kentucky. What was that like a? It is hard to describe to someone who didn't experience it. Would Hornets Mania was like in Charlotte? This is bad basketball team. This is a team best player was Keller trip Yuka but they set an NBA record for attendance and they sold out every single game for years. It was Muggsy bogues and Dell Curry and REX. Chapman was the Young Guy. He was the face of the franchise. You the best player on the team he was in the NBA dunk contest. Meena I mean and going behind his back I mean he was he was a sensation his NBA career go. He never played an all star game. I mean he made the all rookie team The average fifteen points for game over a dozen years. He had his moments. There was a famous night where he hung thirty nine. Michael Jordan and it wasn't just Michael Jordan. It was the ninety six bowls you know the unbeatable 's you in Phoenix. He became you know as the six man. Essentially he became the most popular guy on the team. And so it was a he everywhere he went. There was a following the end. Why didn't he keep you got old? Has All of us? You know? Father Thomas undefeated and You know over the last three years of his career he had seven surgeries It just got to the point where he knew in that two thousand season with the Phoenix signs that that was going to be his last year because it just got to the point where his whole game was explosiveness and he was not. He did not have the capability to do that anymore. I I knew I was going to retire at the end of this this twelve year. I just wasn't very good. I was spending more time in the training room than I was. Playing wasn't fun at that point and I I had an emergency appendectomy right near the end of the season. I got back home and a doctor gave me a prescription for Oxycontin They gave me that Oxycontin. And I'm I'm telling you within two days I was in love like `I greatest thing I've ever had in my life.

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"chapman" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"chapman" Discussed on Assassinations

"Up next. Most doctors scrambled to save John Lennon's life and Mark David Chapman finally receives the fame. He believes is his do now. Back to the story on December Eighth Nineteen Eighty twenty five year old mark. David Chapman shot forty year old former. Beatle John Lennon. Outside the Dakota apartments four bullets tore through John's body but didn't kill him immediately instead. He fled inside his building before collapsing the lobby Yoko Ono race to his side yelling John's been shot. She urged urged him to sit down. Stay still someone would call nine. One one first responders would be there soon. John would be okay so so long as he didn't panic minutes later. Ambulances arrived as did the police. Luckily the latter didn't have a long or lengthy investigation. Go ahead of them. Mark David Chapman was still at the scene of the crime sitting quietly reading his copy of the Catcher in the Rye mark had never for expected to get away with the crime in fact he longed for the opposite. He wanted to be known as John Lennon's killer so when the police slapped handcuffs over his wrists. He explained that he'd acted alone. He was no longer armed and that he would come along quietly quietly once he was inside the squad car he added. I am the catcher in the Rye later when he was booked at the police station. Mark handed an officer a copy of the catcher in the Rye inside the cover. He'd scrawled the words. This is my statement. His antics didn't clarify his motives. But it did get him the fame and attention he'd always wanted and John Lennon for the first time in years was was treated like an anonymous every man on the street. The ambulance drivers had only been told that there had been a shooting at the Dakota. They didn't know the name of the victim and when they first saw John Lennon they didn't recognize him. One first responder asked. Do you know who you are. As John was strapped onto a stretcher and loaded into an ambulance. It wasn't until he arrived at the hospital for emergency surgery that anyone identified him by that time Komo TV and radio hosts were already reporting on the shooting but John Surgeons had bigger problems than the news coverage around their celebrity patients. Within minutes of arrival John Lennon died on the table..

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"chapman" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"chapman" Discussed on Assassinations

"One night in the fall of nineteen eighty twenty nine year old. Gloria Chapman woke with a start. She she was surprised to find herself alone in bed. Where was her husband? Muffled sounds difficult to make out filtered through the door Dr Gloria crept through the hallways straining to listen. The sounds grew clearer. Eventually settling into the familiar tones of a Beatles song well not quite. It was a mix tape. Her husband Mark David. Chapman had made bits and pieces of various John Lennon songs spliced nice together into a cacophony of sound which meant Gloria knew. Exactly where mark was she strode toward the Stereo System. Mark Sat in the dark completely naked. He was staring at the Stereo entrenched by the sound of John's disjointed spliced and re edited vocals rules as the track drew to a close mark. Hit The rewind button. Then play again. He continued to play the tracks repeatedly through the night. Ain't nobody ever suspected that Mark David Chapman might someday become an infamous miss assassin. But the signs that he had an unusual way of thinking appeared early as a child he was quiet. Withdrawn key struggled to make friends but mark. SULLEN NECE was rooted in more than ordinary shyness. He grew up in the nineteen sixties in a violent household where his father often beat his mother. When Mark was very young he was thrown into conflicts between his parents? He believed that one day if he was big big enough for strong enough he could fight his father off and protect his mother instead he usually ended up taking a few blows himself. Mark didn't only feel responsible for his mother's physical safety. He also became her confidante. She felt alone in her marriage and unable to open went up to her peers about the abuse she suffered instead. She talked to the only family member who could understand what she was going through her son. It it was a lot of responsibility for a young boy. Most elementary age children only need to worry about which toys to share with their friends but mark was carrying the weight of his mother safety and well being. The crushing expectations warped his self image as psychologist Alice. Hoagland explained children like mark grow up with incredibly grandiose ideas about themselves. The child at an early age learns the bizarre message that he is so so powerful he can take care of the most powerful person in the world his mother besides his troubled bold homelife. A PRE pubescent mark. Also suffered from undiagnosed schizophrenia. According to the American Psychiatric Association Schizophrenia. The APP is a chronic mental disorder. That can impede a person's ability to distinguish fantasy from reality symptoms like hallucinations confusion. Then difficulties. Thinking critically typically first appear when a male patient is in their late teens or early twenties but marks first visual hallucinations nations started when he was too young to remember the year or his age the events of that night however were permanently seared into his memory. By that point he'd been hearing voices for years for so long he didn't even think of them as notable but one sleepless was night. The school aged boy lay awake listening to his parents. Fighting in the next room mark was exhausted. He had a cold but was to overcome overcome with dread and anger to sleep the arguments he heard were too terrible to tune out but he suddenly had an idea he could communicate with the voices he heard by telepathically beaming his thoughts through the walls. Mark sent streaks of Mental Energy Zapping through the room in response countless magical beings who mark called little people people poured in through the doors windows and walls they chanted mark the king of music mark the King of the little people long and live the king of the little people from that point on Mark saw little people everywhere when he was angry or sad they lashed out which fighting and hurting each other when he was happy they celebrated with him and when mark was in a particularly sour mood. He imagined that he could press a button. An explode. The little people's community hundreds would scream and die for his entertainment. He'd respond to his imagined. gend massacres saying I'm sorry. But that's what happens when I get angry. He never told anyone about about the strained visions. He saw mark knew that he was different from other people but he didn't understand how he began searching for an explanation but it never occurred to him that he suffered from mental health problems instead he found an answer in Jesus.

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"chapman" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"chapman" Discussed on Assassinations

"One. Death can change the world at least yes. That's what assassins believe. Welcome to assassinations. Apar- cast original. I'm your host Bill Thomas and I'm your host Kate Leonard like the lives of many great men and women throughout history. Our journey here has come to an end. This is our last episode before we go on hiatus for a while as we wind down. We WanNA WANNA say thanks to our loyal listeners. We wouldn't have made it this far without your support. We truly appreciate the kind words and thoughtful reviews. You've sent us us and we hope you stick around to listen to everything else. Park cast has planned. You'll still be able to find all episodes of assassinations for free on spotify or anywhere. You listen to podcasts. Keep an eye out on facebook and Instagram at podcast and twitter at podcast network for updates on our full slate of shows to send us off off. We have a special one part episode on John Lennon and the man who murdered him mark. David Chapman a lifetime of undiagnosed. Diagnosed Schizophrenia led mark to believe he was destined to kill John Lennon a destiny he fulfilled on December eighth nineteen eighty this week. We'll look at Mark's John's lives and explore how the two were sat on their deadly collision. Course we'll also explore how John Changed the world and look at how history might have been different if he'd survived.

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"chapman" Discussed on Assassinations

Assassinations

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"chapman" Discussed on Assassinations

"In the afternoon of December Eighth Nineteen Eighty twenty five year old mark. David Chapman clutched a a freshly bought John Lennon record to his chest. The air outside the Dakota an apartment building for the rich and famous was cold and brisk each exaltation formed a temporary cloud in the air mark stood in a throng of John Lennon fans who clambered and pressed forward as the limo pulled up by the DAKOTAS entrance mark turned as though a magnet had drawn his gaze. His heart thudded and the gun in his pocket felt immensely heavy and then he emerged John Lennon and his wife. Yoko Ono stepped out of the Dakota and strode toward the limousine. Like gods among men. They carry themselves with an almost inhuman poise and confidence. The the doorman intervened moments later. There had been a mistake. This wasn't John's limo his was still on its way. John remained on the doorstep so close so accessible mark crept toward him and then they were mere inches from one another her mark froze all it would take was one flick of the wrist. pull the gun out of his pocket point and fire you're and his destiny would be fulfilled but mark couldn't do it. He couldn't even speak wordlessly. He passed his album to John On. Who gave a warm chuckle before signing his autograph minutes later John and Yoko climbed into a taxi cab and drove away? Mark scrutinized nice his freshly signed album overwhelmed with the shame of his failure but he made himself a promise. Next time he wouldn't be caught off guard next time he'd finish what he'd come to New York to do. Kill John Lennon.

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"chapman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

Talk Nerdy

14:06 min | 1 year ago

"chapman" Discussed on Talk Nerdy

"U. I s. a. Dot com slash talk nerdy. I know you're gonna love him all right so let's talk about this. Week's show show as i mentioned it features kit chapman. He's a science journalist from the u._k. And he has a brand new book called super heavy making and breaking the periodic table so without any further ado here he is kit. Chapman can't thank you so much for joining me today. No worries me of course so we are going to talk about all things elements. Your new book is super heavy making and breaking the periodic table and of course as a science journalist. I'm wondering maybe we can dive right in. What made you want to focus on this very very big topic. I mean honestly the periodic table table is the i guess physical or the written embodiment of like everything that exists in the universe it is it is all so you you. It'll pull the periodic table. The answer is that i didn't know something i was really really embarrassed about that so i was driving back from from work and that was this guy on the radio and someone else element saw that and immediately said hundred and i thought wait a minute. They're on their early one hundred and fourteen the moment at the at the time that was correct a week later. They announced four new elements whoa. How does he know that. What am i missing so i started delving delving into how elements it creates it. How made are this is. This is not step of the periodic table. This is the part of the period and say well. Nobody seems to care about because these elements they exist for fractions fractions of a second. Oh banesto the longest ever managed to get it is no point null six seconds. I think it is so it's incredibly show live because it's so radioactive doesn't exist on us as chemists just really pay attention to it so i thought someone needs to. Someone needs to find out what stories about. Why are we making these elements. Why are we trying to expand the periodic table two points and just entered into this way it will the pawsox wrench isn't very very eccentric people so i mean obviously i'm probably getting ahead of myself here but i have to know oh. Why are we doing that is it because is the argument really that potentially there is going to be some sort of utilization. Even if we don't know what it is right now or is it just pure you're unbridled curiosity and interest that there's a whole mix so initially when we go past uranium which is the first elements we started making <hes> there. There was a very real reason. We were trying to make an atomic bomb. <hes> so plutonium was discovered in the university of california berkeley by glenn seat open. This was actually in in nineteen nineteen forty three months before shooting forty one was plutonium and so this is when the second one was raging in america was in the second world war that point and in fact some he he told <hes> his both that he could make enough plutonium to make him at sonic weapon and <hes> he flew over to the committee. Radian committee was called part of the manhattan project. Make italy the weapons. Instead flynn seabrook says in six months he can upscale plutonium and a james collins who was the president of harvard at the time said debbie cities are very competent chemist indecent back good but lo and behold the first atomic weapon wall street turn him off that we've found other uses these elements circuit. Send him overseas grateful power. I'm emma recently you sign smoke detectors hearing we can use that to measure different different. We use it in spectroscopy up on the malls rota. We've also used immense the pasta once you get past about einstein's birmingham. You really can't make them lost long enough so it is pure scientific curiosity but what we're finding is that they stopped following the rules of the periodic table so the table is organized in in rows and columns and as you follow the calms down you expect will be cool. Period <unk> periodic trends so lithium physical when you had a motor sodium it flames colosseum. It explodes but he gets organism. Which is the heavy stone discovered. That's supposed to be a noble gas. A noble gases a famously 'unreacted the things like neon and helium openness on is a highly reactive metal. It's a solid basically it's a semi conductor we think so it isn't a noble gas in any sense and that's incredible that we're still for the chemists and we think that doesn't really have electron shells it just forms into the special yeah it forms into this sort of electric is part of what we call relativistic effects basically the lots of nicholas gets the more it influences electrons around it at changes the properties now we see the elsewhere and eric table. That's why gold is the golden color. Mercury is liquid quid for the super heavy elements it means they actually stopped following the periodic trends so broken the payroll example and no one is really exciting and we just kind of like glued them to the end. Is that really not where they go. Do you think we think that that's where they go as far as on goes because we can follow that up shells way you assign electrons once we get a new one nine hundred twenty when pretty sutton gonna go in group one group to which is as you'd expect with paradise table. The interesting thing is when we get to one twenty-one because we have absolutely no idea where it's going to go and in fact there are <hes> multiple different periodic tables can sort of giggle the extended periodic tables we think about one seventy one wasn't he to and there's so many different ideas we could have to leaps and jumps where where am should go. We could have a new series of sit on the lands nights and excises be cool in this the sacra ones the the <hes> around the both of the periodic table or we could have something entirely different. There are so many different ideas. No one knows how universities put together and that's why are we doing this research because it just changes our understanding of matter wow and so okay. I'm looking at a periodic table right now the big question i no. I know that's what i do man. That's how this works. I'm looking at a periodic table right now. I'd like google to one and i don't know if anybody else is doing that. Don't do this if you're driving the people. What are you doing but yes if you are at home. Hopefully you're looking at one. There's the ro of elements that's kind of like pulled out and placed at the bottom. Yes we got so to bits of a pull out some place to the bottom there. They're there to wrote to roosevelt once laugh nights and <hes> there's a big argument in chemistry at the moment is is wall starts landlines but let's go with lansana which makes sense to have and that starts recalled the nights and these these allegations are very strange because they all kind of behave very similarly to each other. What's happening is is how their electoral shells filled basically they stopped filling in jail i and so they're they're sort of dragged out the periodic table the previously when we were when we first had the elements just exist on us we didn't have the actinide denied roads <unk> balanced nights we had we knew they were wit. We dug them up a laundry. In sweden tiny village google damn it's just outside stockholm and i mean it is this is like five houses and a flagpole that and um was digging around that and he found this strange black rock when she sends off to a joel friend and and he was also a chemist and we just got a whole host of elements from it which is why we've got so many elements to begin with something that will serve him urban opium toll from this one village so blow that the accident line was actually not where it is today so originally uranium was under tungsten which is w on the periodic table so it's currently currently with subordinates sway uranium was yeah. That's kind of like halfway down. That's element seventy. Four is tungsten exactly so so ninety uranium was actually below that originally and ongoing seaborg <hes> he said actually actually hang on a minute. I think this is going on. We see table so fully stretched out the last month and the accident don't actually missile in strip the sect run separate slow transition metals from the liquids and then. There's like a gap between amnesty. If i can pronounce right scan scanty titanium gap between your konia very good yeah some of the front's violas have in front of me yeah so originally originally which changed our entire understanding of the periodic table pretty much amid the second rule and actually funnily enough cbo spoke glenn seaborg and he was actually the guy he said about the x. Niagara he was the element that is now called silken and that's really controversial social by the way that that was started new kogo when combined. It's this juice in store. <hes> i'm originally was fascinating. I mean i feel like we could literally just look at a periodic table and talk about it. I seventeen hours but we're not going to do. I mean we are going to do that but not for seventeen hours but that because there was literally a moment this shows you how long it's been since i took chemistry. There's literally moment whereas like why does my periodic table the only go to one of three like oh i found i found one of four to eighteen yeah. It jumps around yeah. Go as as far as one of the three minute jumps back to with seven throw is equal to or rather forty m <unk> wish again another really controversial elements so often lorenzen at before after firm which is element one hundred who all the other ones stats so unstable that they exist for fractions the second seconds minutes may be the honey rated the closely breaking down. I'm what you had. During the cold. War was the americans and the russians were claiming that they had made these elements but they couldn't prove it because the didn't exist physically and making the one or two months of time by shooting to lighter atoms atoms together in moscow colorado take them in and so the americans would say we've discovered this elements and the russians know you could possibly we've done. We've discussed islands as for forty years. We had what we called. The transformation sirmium wars with both sides claim they discovered the elements and they would give them a different names but the thing is the russians discovered and three which americans claimed was laurentian off to his lawrence guy who invented the pawsox that article cyclotron very big in california. He's actually the very guy nobel prize winner <hes> the russians <unk> forty three stay americans went okay. We discovered one four forty so you had to other forms depending on what side of the iron curtain you're wrong but hey that's kind of interesting that there was i don't know i i i often think about this that in wartime or even in times of kind of geopolitical conflict. Maybe we could say that. There's this strange i i don't know what the right word would be ambivalence. <hes> that's not quite the right word but where science can often be used as a tool for conflict but at the same time it's one of the best kinds of diplomacy that we have. This was obsolete diplomacy. I mean we're mentally him was named the one on its owner the russians it was actually a critically wacky character. He's discovered more elements than anyone else. Glenn seaborg assistance and healy had had a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering <hes> his father was a bootlegger. He used to do ham radios. He's the main guy accounts announces just outside san francisco and he goes into helping gray elements anyway he wanted to name it after the meet you at the guy who had created the periodic tables to begin with one of the guys we can go into that if you want as well. They're very controversial debate the instrumental a weird guy don't have him as your hero as well. He he chased a chaste students in in eighteen year old student across europe to italy bit writing love letters saying they commit suicide if she didn't marry him oh no well it gets was because his <hes> dmitri mendeleev he'd just had the devos but in russia you have to wait a certain time before you marry again so ended up bribing priests alarms commit bigamy mary student and and how old was he a foote's mid-forties course he was. It's it's a key this rounded. Oh yeah because i'm sure there was no coercion there whatsoever. I'm sure this eighteen year. Old girl was just totally pleased as punch. I mean you can shut down so many adds one of us yet another huge hero of chemist the first chemist wife when she was all that was noble for our strategy. Most i guess but just just a little bit creepy yeah. It's one of those interesting things right. I mean that's a whole other conversation but about looking at people in the context of their time but also realizing that even in the context of the time that's disgusting yeah. It's grody. It's not nice so cement apparently table. We can't get away from that <unk>. A glenn seaborg was friends with richard nixon <hes> when he was a first one is nobel prize which was in early nineteen fifties nixon was obviously governor california and so the said we know we should stick together. As-as nixon was wanted to do and so took said well actually just elements and we've named out his famous russian and he nixon wintel meets chris jeff and have a sit down. I think it was the kitchen table something. That was cool very nature. One lindsay will receives receives an original signed mendeleev copy of the periodic table from russian <unk> thing thank you so much for a shares. Nixon actually told that story ori back chemists story to khrushchev <hes> while he was trying to make pay you're right that there is this political union but at the same time.

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"chapman" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"chapman" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey

"How is it that this year is almost over? We are entering into the very last month of two thousand eighteen I really hope that you can look back on two thousand eighteen no matter what it's been like for good or bad. I full of disappointments full of excitement, I hope you can look back and see the fullness of God in your life. I remember when I was a new mom, and I had little babies at home. People would tell me just wait, Jamie. It goes by so fast. They grow up so fast. And I think you're like my grandma your. So old when you say that. And now you guys it is true. It is so true. I've got three teenagers one preteen and the years do go. So fast time does not stand still for us. It doesn't. But I hope today during this episode with my friend, Mary by Chapman that you're going to see us talk about how it is important to slow down every member the things that matter, especially we're entering the advent season advocate started this week. It's I hope it's another moment for you to remember what God did for us when he sent his son for us. So today, Mary Beth Chapman is joining me on the show. And we talk about not those exact things around advent, but about soaking up the moments that we have with our kids remembering that every single day where one step closer to God moving us towards eternity. Which is a reality for Mary Beth and her family since I lost one of their children a couple of years ago. Mary Beth his wife to Steven Curtis Chapman, which you might know, Steven Curtis Chapman. If you've ever heard of Christian music ever. And sometimes if you follow me on Instagram, you'll see my husband air tonight. Doing a lot of carpool karaoke. Roki to smoke. Steven curtis. Chapman songs Mary Beth is mom to six kids. She's walked with loss and depression. Lots of hope she's lived that musician life really well as a wife and now as a mama today show talk about show hope that her and her husband founded a couple of years ago. Maria is big house of hope we talk about depression in marriage musician life, raising kids losing a child in walking through that you guys there's something for everyone and you're going to adore Mary Beth Chapman at the end of this interview. You guys I want to ask a favor. Can I do that? If she can ask a favor. I'd love it. If you would go over to itunes, even if that's not where you listen to the show. Maybe you listen on Stitcher Google play. But I'd love if you went over to itunes and left us to review it really helps us it really helps more people find the show it helps get the word out about the happy hour. So I wanna think of review that we've had recently miss Kenna said this I was browsing itunes a few months ago. Trying to find an uplift in podcast to listen to and stumbled upon the happy hour, I decided to give. To try and couldn't be happier. I'm a twenty one year old college student and is such a breath of fresh air to hear women older than me and to soak up their wisdom. I've laughed and I've cried listening to this podcast. And I'm so grateful at Jamie, listen to her calling. Thank you for making every day. A happy hour for me Myskina. Thank you for that. And I'm only a few years older than you. So don't even worry about it in all seriousness. This is the kind of reviews that we love to see we want lots of people to know about the show we want people to sit and listen to the women on this show give out their wisdom. And so thank you, MS Kenna, it's easy for you to leave a review if you like to go to Jamie, Ivy dot com slash itunes, and it takes you straight to the items page..

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"chapman" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"chapman" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"You'll better but still for the next few years mark went back and forth between being normal and suddenly being this bodine and sometimes he would act so radically that they would have to hospitalize them yet they drop the hammer on him quite a bit and he put on a good show too like once in nineteen eighty two when he was being put into a van for transport to the mental hospital he started yelling just say you know this is the new mark rated x watch out i'm very very bad i want to steal that like this is the new marcus i'm rated at oh wow then when he got to the hospital he was so violent they put him in a straight jacket and of course he was fucking that he was trying to get out of it so they just grabbed him by his hair and pulled him down the hallway by his hair and in response to that he held i love it i love this it doesn't seem enjoyable then pretty soon at to that chapman was acting up so they pulled down his pants as a nurse brought out a needle to inject him with some medication or another into this chapman yelled you break that knee lafi my you breaking off in there just stick it up they you break it off on know what you to do you break it off my snap and ask pussy snapping ask pussy ooh my goodness but in nineteen eightyfive chapman says he finally got rid of the quote unquote demons after a series of prison extra systems oh yes i don't even want to know what a prison extra system is and nor should we discuss here's what a prison exorcist solo venture okay good i thought it might be i thought it might happen to the showers all right.

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"chapman" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"chapman" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"But the thing was at this point when the photographer shoved him forward all chapman kadduh was just thrust the album in john lennon's face with the pen and john lennon took it signed it john lennon december nine thousand nine hundred eighty and looked at mark david chapman and just said is that all does that all you want while and chapman just took it and said thank you yep it was very scary and the because they walked out when he heard the voice because they it's like it's john lennon and when the guy faced him it was like this is the face always want and then for instead of murdering him for a second he i mean he became the fan again he was like this was somebody i've always loved i've always loved john lennon your i'm one of your i am one of your biggest fans and they still record actually weird synchronicity win for sale two days ago the record that john lennon signed for mark david chapman it was up for auction i think on monday yeah think a little over a million dollar starting bed right something like that not chapman said after that moment he wanted to go home he said he wanted to have the doorman hail a cab which would take him to the airport and then he'd hang the signed album on the wall and the whole thing was just going to be kooky adventure okay but he said the child inside of him of gonna have any of that the child was still too hurt to let it go the child wanted to make the phonies pay and so mark david chapman waited for john lennon to return this is why we have to cancel young shelton.

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"chapman" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"chapman" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"It is great it's still still funding but he gets casted things they cast the shoes i don't think he's doing good he's been all of his actor further jealous but then they feel it hasn't made it to the end of a season yet don't have to interestingly chapman had the same fantasy that many sociopaths like him have when they're just starting sexually blossom chapman fantasized about having all of his mature objects of affection lined up naked in a secret dungeon in the basement of his school like i know it's messiah i know it's massage just see how annoying with the basement be eventually where they'd be like at it goaty kicks we may debate and you go to flute may seem all the meal and eventually you just like you fired you'll find yeah it would be a lot but he almost never pictured actual sex with these women he only picture touching and this would be one of his lifelong hangups he said in his words that the warm wetness of a woman scared him and made him feel like he was going to be swallowed up inside of your puddle like that it's horrified the opposite i caught a that's the kind of that's that's the goal these he's definitely not a crumb type rome was like how do i burrow in in fact despite eventually being married chapman said that he could count how many times in his life that he'd had sex like total total.

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