20 Burst results for "christel"

"christel" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

Doug Loves Movies

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"christel" Discussed on Doug Loves Movies

"But i'm going to say beetlejuice. It is a celebration that movie. But that's not the answer chris. All right i had to in the brain. But i'm gonna go with coco tell. That's not at night. i guess. Yeah i guess. I've always kind of a celebration of death. But i wouldn't. I wouldn't necessarily macabre. Julius chance to really job out in the lead with another correct answer here. I don't think this is right but phantom of the opera. It's a movie called new year's evil. Alright so juliette has one aiming christel needy on the board. We're back to amy. I gripped again all grouped up. What movie had the tagline eleven women. Eleven months only one man can stop him Should point out that the taglines are terrible sometimes I have no idea some murder movie or is he dating eleven women. That's my question. It could be a romantic comedy or murder movie. Just player hater out there. That needs to stop them. He dates one lady a not a very good communicator I just realized somebody should make a movie. That's macabre and romantic in the start. A new genre called macabre romance..

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"christel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:22 min | 8 months ago

"christel" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Spoke with an infectious disease specialist Dr Christel Budo about ways to stay safe during the summer travel season it's inevitable that. Psychologically people are tired and it's only natural to want to get away and go out. The first step is really homage risk. My willing to tolerate in that has to do with our own health conditions, but also health conditions of the people around us so even if we get sick. We have mild cold symptoms in in muscle aches and we get better. Can We? Take that back to somebody who may. Not Fish, a- well. So based on what we know now about the virus, are there some forms of travel that are safer than others like? Is it safer to drive somewhere instead of flying I? Don't know that we can easily say one his leisure risky it's young environment really that determines that goes if you go into a road trip, for example, in have a bunch of other people with you in a because then it defeats the purpose. In I know, for example, when we talk about laying a lot of Companies, actually most of them have had requirements in place for mask wearing they do health screening but the risk of flying with people that we don't know is higher than the risk of driving in a car with people that we do that we live with a lot of families are planning to take road trips this summer, what kinds of precautions should they take their really go into a place that has lower keys to make sure that they're not taking the infection with them. So one of the best ways to do that ease the two weeks prior to travelling making should that they themselves weren't in themselves as much as possible. So watching with going. Staying in close quarters as much as possible to gain, avoid the risk of them getting infected in taking that infection where the going the shorter distance, you have trouble debater. Especially, if you re with young children, you have to think about stops you have to think about you know bathroom breaks in way you're going to be taking those and also stopping to eat right can you bring your own food potentially all a limit yourself to drive the Muzo outdoor spaces, onboard what I sees really for families traveling and how many stocks have to make. Along the way again, increasing the chances of them getting exposed to individuals who may be infected that they can keep track over time. What about hotels I've heard some recommendations that you should be sanitizing things and stripping off the comforter when you arrive because it's less likely to be washed you know what about that? So I would definitely recommend wiping down commonly used surfaces like doorknobs always something that touched counters species Heidrich surface is differently should be cleaned. Other things that people may forget you clean active owns that come close to the face TV. Also something that people don't think odd as far as the bedspread I don't know that I have personally seen evidence dad's bathing or cotton fabric surfaces retained various but I do know for surfaces hard surfaces in highly efficient that that's something that can be cleaned. why down jure limit the exposure dury's. We've seen cases increasing again across the country is that something that people should be thinking about when they're deciding when were wear to travel definitely look at being flexible in your time line also being flexible in your potential final destination avoiding a busy places crowded places especially places that have the incidents of the Ridge going higher would be recommended on at this point, the things that I've seen for people. That laud easy if you can do more secluded areas. So for example, going to small resort. So cabin in the woods or things like that where that none icily popular destinations or that this initiative that don't care to thousands of people. That's Dr. Christel Budo and she spoke with Shelagh Farzin you might wonder why it could take a while to get your covid nineteen test results governor Jay Pritzker says. The state has done a good job at increasing the number of tests being performed, but he says, he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests. The points out Illinois has only three state run labs which can handle about six to eight thousand tests per day. Since about forty thousand tests are being performed on a daily basis, commercial labs both in and out of states are being utilized at. Labs across the nation there are only so many machines they're only so many technicians who can run those machines for so many hours during the day Pritzker says, commercial labs are being overwhelmed with test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action. Support for statewide comes from Aarp Illinois providing information to help you and your family..

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How the Sober Spring Challenge changed my life

Goodbye to Alcohol

05:13 min | 8 months ago

How the Sober Spring Challenge changed my life

"Twelve whole podcasts. My name is John Garang I'm the foundry weld without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for union. A series. Two of the podcast is all about taking a break from all coal just how beneficially this to take a break how important it is to test salt dependent regularly this ties in nicely with also spring challenge which starts on the first of September. We're going to be interviewing people who done also spring challenging in the past last week we interviewed Kawhi, who did sobers spring two years ago he hasn't added drink since. He didn't do it because he wanted to stop drinking. So we also interviewed Lebeau who used it to moderate for awhile, and finally she decided that she felt so much better when she wasn't drinking that she was going to ditch moderation technique and give up drinking completely. Today's interview is with a lovely lady called KRYSTAL. Nine christel sober spring in two thousand and nineteen. She had me on the radio tasting alcohol-free wines. And when she had the conversation, she had a bit of a light bulb. Moment. Because she reflected on her own drinking habits and she decided that for her, it was more about the ritual. than the old coal. So perhaps, all coal free wines would work for. Assaulted our conversation by asking Christo to tell us about himself. On, crystal I'm forty five years old I live in Pretoria. and. Got One son, he turned to any one the other day a couple of weeks ago, and I'm married to my best friend for twenty five years in November now been married congratulations. When did you first start thinking that you'd like sued maybe change your relationship with all did you first start thinking? The might be a problem have. As you all know that drinking wine we need. It's the first loss that is the bugger because. When it's the first laws, it triggers, you have another glass and then I must finish the bottle. So and that started bothering me and I think I've signed up for wilt without wine the city day challenge in January and I think I lost it about sixty minutes. You know what you get those days way you wake up two o'clock in the morning. Your heart stopping and it's jumping out of your chased and you get this feeling. Then you think what have I done lost not did I feed Musonda my husband? Did I MAKE Can't remember and then you start negotiating with yourself said, this is this is Scott to stop you know. This is not happening again until six o'clock when you start making food and. Outcomes the bottle of wine and. You have to stay in the. Pit was terrible. So you did this. As all Robin ugity minutes of the thirty. That's. What I wasn't greedy. I've got a fitbit. What really triggered. Me was my resting. Offbeat at some stage August. Last year it was eighty four they win I started with the spring. It actually came down to the low sixties now. So it's it's really it was that was the main mission was for health reasons I what you said about you've got to be ready because some you obviously weren't ready when you signed up for the he is but nevertheless you you reflected a lot before you signed up, you pay full challenge Saturday you can't in the water in year than you ran away from the freezing water again but then said, you saw the Cyprus spring challenge. So what made you think Oh let's give these guys another try. You know what? What's fantastic just before that I heard you over the radio. On radio to and actually drinking the last one and having a taste on the radio and saying how it tastes like my husband was in the patroness me that much and I told him I said listen to this. I can actually do this for me. It's about the habit I love having mom gloss and my bottle WANNA open it, pull the drink, and then that's for me. That's that's my kick that I get out of IT I. told him I said, I'm sure I can do it because I know that it's not the Elko that I'm often it's the Heb it with the Al Khalid steerable because I can't stick to one drink because they ll kicks in any poisons, your audie entities with the colossal one I was so

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"christel" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

06:48 min | 9 months ago

"christel" Discussed on How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

"Call it what you want. Because you, were I think we? We have a real three sixty degrees sort of. How should I put this? You know it's not just about doing hair. The so many touch points in what we do. If if I looking at you know even just the client interaction you now. I being on the floor now I'm I'm just over fourteen hours and I. Look younger. Off. Care you're the best. I'm I'm not so sure, but. But you know what's funny. I think now I I really love being on the floor. Because you're an age, you feel confident you've got. You know so much experience behind you you can have. You can interact with people. you know and I think it's it's that thing that makes it so special because your clients that you see every single day, you know they gave you so much. A new provide something then that makes them really happy, so it's it's kind of a two way thing rainy that relationship. That's one thing for me that I feel that's very very special, and then I think is the interaction with your stall its interaction with. Other people within the industry creating you're always thinking of you. Know How you can create and make and make people beautiful. I guess so. There's so many different elements to what we do and I. think that's what makes it so enjoyable as well knows something. What's really enjoyable enough? You'll get it because obviously you've created a beautiful last feted you your. You have a very clear story about who you are as a brandon. You know that's very Ludik. Star that comes through but I think that's almost another part of won't makes our industry. So good. How would say to people? You've enjoyed finding what you are is a brandon a story? That's quite. Is Quite. Geeky, but it's a nice thing. You know to get images of things that inspire you. That becomes the brand it's clear to. Have, my own story. Yeah you know I. Mean Look in what profession can you do? Amazing. Isn't it really yeah, it's it's. It's wonderful and I think you know like fashion and make up I. Guess it's a or not being a sheriff I guess it's the same as well. It started off. Indicating chefs is a very I think we have very similar parallels to the the chef. A chef were catering restaurant. Similar thing you've got the Burger and chips, but you've got the beautiful fine. Dine in, and you know it's it's we have a why you want to go, but if you really WANNA get into it, I mean it's so so rich diverse T- as well our industry, and that's about it, and you know they're saint. Unique and everybody should maybe really nail down and do. You know obviously you. You've been very connected with teachers well and Tgif being brilliant in knowing who I am as a story in as a brand. Yeah, absolutely I mean you know what I think I was. You know I felt so grateful. When I go about opportunity I mean I've been teaching now. Who might goodness? It's over seven years put. Soya combustion in this. You can't teach. You can't sort of. But just so your current position. You are with Tgi as well on you. You'll be creative. So might title. There is global creative technical director, and basically what that means is one my I when I was offered the job. When my goodness seven years ago, it was a full time role, so I came aboard at in my I was very fortunate within that role to wear a few different hats so I came aboard, and I was very much sort of working with Anthony Oviously Moscow Niko, but the time on all the creative content's all the shows will the to two graphic stuff that we did. you knew what it was. It was unreal and an I remember brashly, and how know this I was very, says tie We went on my first show with with with TJ because obviously anthony was there, and this is a guy that oversee I looked up to for Sir no. Recent, hidden, and really are the reason why I'm over here, and what I'm doing what I'm doing. My husband's through through them as well so yeah, they've been. They've very special to me, but yeah, that's how we started, so I did. One part of me within that role, obviously with the creative content. Shows and shoots an education. Then I was very fortunate to be very involved in rnd product development as well. Because at the time they just launched their color brands and. That time as well, they were sort of the fastest growing color, brandon, the world, so which was great I was very much sort of part of that sort of. Team in terms of the Arendt's in terms of developing more products, and you know testing, which was amazing at this is very clear with your brand authentic again when I think about days very minimal is very. The economy sits well with you. Yeah definitely you know what? That's a one side my. Not My expertise at all obviously. I can support, but you know these guys are incredible they have you know an incredible education behind them to do what they what they do, but it's amazing just to get a glimpse into that world and you to to be part of it, so yes, so I did that role for five years full time and I think during that time. That's more I sort of. Of felt that it was time for me to to open a salon and because that had been a dream. Remind for a few years and you know I think td was very supportable that and four years ago, overseeing been still and then my role changed slightly so I'm very much over. This is still in know involved in the creative aspects of the brand deschutes in the show in education. But obviously don't do as the full time role anymore the the SALOM tastes priority, and then I worked. Alongside. You know with TJ and the partnership. It works great. This is what I always hope is. I'm getting this beautiful stuff comes into my as I'm listening I. I just visualize our listeners that are listening to this and thinking. You know what you can achieve so much if you dedicated to your cause, and you're willing to grow and develop, and may show you surround yourself with the right people, and it sounds to me like you've done that crystallize. You've always surrounded yourself. We really.

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"christel" Discussed on Books and Boba

Books and Boba

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"christel" Discussed on Books and Boba

"I must have done it right. Yeah and also I really appreciated the fact that your main characters and a lot of your side characters were a people of color also were queer and I just want to ask you. Was that something that you knew right away with your character is that they were. GonNa be Asian. We're going to be mixed raise or queer or was that something that came after you built your characters into the story It's a little bit of both so I'd say when I first drafts a story like everyone's faceless. I I really don't assign What they look like until probably like a second or third draft. I'm just more trying to find their voice. And in this case Like rob was a half Asian. I'd say before I did major edits And for me. That was a really big thing where I have my my life. Debuted book is. Has It really diverse cast? But like I had a hard time like talking about Asian people in there. I mean they're Asian people in the future. But like you know so you don't have to deal with my idea of the future had Wales racism terrorist today. I hope his true But it's still like I worried about I'm like I'm very self conscious of is going to be seen as self projection type of thing and I kinda got over that when I started talking to readers in talking to friends and other writers about like you know what. Like get over yourself with that because like it's important to have that kind of representation in there And as though is developing this and kind of polishing it One thing that I really hit upon is 'cause I'm Asian in my wife is white and so. Our daughters is hyper and That early exists in fiction It's especially like something that feels almost contemporary. You often have It's like they're they're ethnic. Ethnic background is a huge influence on them. Or they're white. You know and like with this. I wanted I wanted to have a feeling of like you know. Even it's the apocalypse so it doesn't really impact as much you from in terms of racism and systemic racism on a view by wanted to exist in there. Because I think it's really important to have that kind of representation in there I'm of I've always been supporting casts. I've always wanted just to have a good diversity in there It was with the the Asian and the hopper thing like I had to really think it through and kind of emotionally accepts like you know what am I doing this? For and what does representation mean to me and to other people will hope it doesn't take an apocalypse to solve racism. Kind of feels that But yeah I mean going out that you know. You're you mentioned that this was a story that you developed first and then you wrap it around the SCIFI premise. To make it work for you Something that's really interesting that we talk a lot about on this podcast. We read books as kind of the world building and how when the world is being built by people. Colored people have different experiences than like the Canon mainstream people that we start to see more nuances and more no different perspectives. Come out and I'm curious to see like in your own world voting process because you write science-fiction Havi found that you know your own personal Experiences have influenced how you build your worlds and build your science fiction worlds. I think it's it affects it but it also doesn't Because I am building out like fictional futures I did make a point of something that Because up here in Bay area I I think I knew more mixed race couples than than you know like same ethnicity And I up. The percentage were was like I think nationally. It's like thirty. Three percent of couples now are like mixed race and so when I was building out the the world for my debut because About half of that takes place in the year. Twenty one forty two And so there's mentioned about how like Someone can come off as like super white passing and also have like very ethnic Ethnocentric name In vice versa In the idea is that I think like I would like to think that in the future you know like we've normalized things so much that like it's not a big deal and you see you see pockets et depending on where you live and what the culture is Or if you go to Like a con or something that tends to embrace diversity so Like I try to have normalization of that in my work because I really really really would like to see that At the same time too. It's like You're you're talking about like future. People were like you know they may not think about it as much so it's just in the small details like In the beginning of the end. There's a talk about rob who's half Japanese and his mom made him spam Sushi when he was a kid which is something that pe- Japanese kids. My Japanese friends tried to feed it to me. I didn't like it So he little details like that That are just kind of based on like personal experiences That aren't necessarily like important. Driving the story I will say. One thing was all types of representation There are there are writers and some of them are friends Who will write issue books and they do it really really well. And like you know the the the person's the character's sexuality or You know gender identity or racer. Whatever is central to the story not just on a metaphorical level but like on a literal level And that's really important. I also think that it's important for it to be in there in some stories and not be not be a driver because it's normalization you know. I. It's like if these characters are just mixed race in Queer and whatever And everyone just accepts it and they're working with it then it also shows that. Hey it just live here too We don't have to necessarily learn a lesson. The lesson is normalization so With the types of stories that I write They're more they believe lean more towards that. Because I don't think I have the writing chops to write about issues. I believe in in a direct way But there's I think it's really important. All art is political all world building decisions in a way our political And I think to to demonstrate that you can't have a world that just feels like these people are accepted as really really important. I think I think diversity in all forms is important like you said like some like sometimes. We need those issue books so that it can teach especially young readers How to empathize. And then you have books like yours where it's like. Yeah we exist like over it. I'd love to have like w desperation for the future sands racism I like to see that happen. You know one of the of the one of the biggest examples of that to me in the past decade of TV is I Dunno if you watch the flash but the police captain in the flash his name is captain sing so he he's Indian and he just mentioned something like my husband's GonNa kill me or or something like that. And it's it's a tiny throwaway line. That establishes that this person of color is queer. And he's married and he's in a position of power and he's a good guy and that one line you it would like my wife and I looked at each other like whoa. That's awesome because no one is making a big deal about you know they're not like saying wow good for you you're queer and you you got married. And he was a big issues like no in this world that is normal and everyone respects him for the job that he's doing and for who he is not for you. Know HIS DEMOGRAPHIC. I think having things like that is important to to you. Know people who identify with that but then also an education for people who are a little foreign to it That hey this is totally fine. Don't worry about it so I is a political stance in itself to to actually put that in there. Yeah definitely as you said earlier. Trauma is a very important component to your story Almost everyone in this novel has some form of post apocalyptic stress disorder or paused as christel likes to say I really really like the acronym There's a lot of bureaucracy concerning of paused and You know like the government is really involved in in like maintaining mental health mental health. I mean they have like mandatory support group and There's like a family. Stability Board that re- homes children who they deemed to be neglected or distressed. I'm just curious as to like how you came up with the idea for the system Because for me. It's like wow. This is the complete opposite of of now where I feel like the government hasn't really been all that Concerned or put a mental health as a priority whereas in your world it is like the biggest priority. Yeah and I think part of it really is just trying to think logically If you have a very fragile society and you know that everyone is carrying trauma with them from it than the only way that things are going to work is if you give people a support system they can go to work and you work on infrastructure or police work or whatever. You can't have them just breaking down from PTSD moments every five minutes And so it seemed like a very logical driver for this world that in order to maintain some sense of normalcy that the government has to prioritize this In at the same time you know they they are shown to be like they're taxed on resources not necessarily trained the best. Everyone's in an extreme position so while they're intent might be good. They're not executing in necessarily the best way I think that's just the reality of this world that you're in. Were you know the higher ups? There's there's a need to to do this to move forward as a society but on the ground level like you're going.

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European Election Results Show Growing Split Over Union's Future

All Of It

06:38 min | 2 years ago

European Election Results Show Growing Split Over Union's Future

"Talking through the European parliament election results talking where we've heard a bit about the green surge. We'll talk more about that. We'll talk about those two mainstream party, groupings falling back somewhat, but we'll also talk about some of the nationalist parties. The eurosceptic parties and populist parties, different descriptions, for different one for the mixed pictures, we've been saying for the men, the hustle among us. You now here in France coming first in the poll, but also only polling around about the same as they did last time, proportionately and only getting around the same number of seats. That's also talk about Italy and bring in the BBC's new McGovern who's in Rome, looking at the fortunes of Matteo, Salvini party mornings, your should've saved one German and one journo van that good to have. Have all your listeners with us here in the eternal city in Rome, what we did is we did a quick sprint by the Vatican to get a few newspapers. Let's have a look with my guest Francesco Beck is how Mr. Matteo Salvini off the league party how it is being transmitted and communication. But just before we go to those headlines, I want to take a moment because he had an impromptu, press conference Matteo Salvini. He came out with thirty plus we're getting up to about thirty four percent of the vote now in the European Parliament's. Let's listen to what he has to say. Not only the league. This is the first in Italy. Marie lapenne has the first party in France. Nigel Farraj is the first party in Britain, so Italy, France, Great Britain. It's just the sign of a Europe, that is changing of a Europe, tired of the powers of the elites finance multinationals and from tomorrow, we all have to redouble efforts. Most. Our work doubles Francesco. Do you think this is really a significant change? Hi everyone. Good morning, everyone. So, yeah, that's a big change for sure. This results from the league wasn't really expected, so high so high. Twenty four wasn't expected by any of the polls, and, and mostly the most impressive result is dead of the five time movement with seeing the last section. So still be checked, but its sixteen point five percent, so they're in third place. We have the Democrats in twenty plus there, probably about a second party. So I suppose that's an upset, and we wonder then will the government continue at the moment. It's a coalition between the five star that Christel with the league the league. Said no. But some people are wondering, what should we take a look at the papers together? Let's begin with this is one of the oldest papers rice belt on leg. Criollo Fitch Enquist, there, you will translate so rebel. Tony means huge Electra game for the league. It's a boom and a major defeat from the Feist of movement. So let's plays the biggest newspapers from the north. And now I guess they expected up to league will be pressing. Would they all is on the northern issues? So it'll cut you down over. They'll just so he's called the captain rice, the captain. That's how he he likes to be called. That means that now he will have to deal with this huge results. And that's not an easy task. No, it's not particularly when you look at the unemployment figures that are here up to thirty percent for young people. I should say Francesco is a student at the university here. Also writer for four Miki. We zien. As a child you all work. Very, very hard lessons, continue, it'll Messagero. Okay. Legos. Fonda PD process chink. Yeah. So here's the, the major news is that the Democrats have overcome the movement. That is a major psychological movement, because they, they weren't expected to be overcome and this means that you need the left as a raisin. And of course, they've come back into the second party. Let's turn to a paper that is more left-leaning, that is lower puplic years. Tell our listeners. Big font on brain Nehring. And so they're trying to make a point there, which would translate as a dark shadow black shadows dark shuttles coming back onto country. This this why because that's because they've lifting the league is an extreme right far right party. It might be true to some extent. And that's why they defected string Bright's as raisin in the country. Right. Sara, perhaps the most well known internationally after the Italian papers at the leg of all superior in 'em. Ching Quistelle is, so the league flies and the Democrats, they take over from five star. Do you think that Matteo Salvini will in fact, try and go to load himself off the five star movement? No, I think it will it will stay as long as you can. Because there's no real alternative to this government right now at any wouldn't wouldn't be wise for him. And just before I let you go, French. I was in a restaurant last night when the exit polls were coming in looking at the televisions. But really, what most people were looking at the television was somebody else. It was Durell see who's also on the frontier, he played his last match in the Roma jersey were there, and I cried so much. I was at a stain you. Yeah, that's the flag of our such just to let you know, it's also picture. That's on these papers as well as Matteo Salvini and continue bringing more coverage from Rome throughout the day. Yeah. So the European parliament election, not necessarily the most important thing for people, and you think actually here in front. So Rian this, this morning is the dominant topic of conversation among some of the people that we can see going to work, maybe who are going to be sitting in the cafes at the frontier, I think there will be some conversations about the European election. Yes, perhaps more than people expect because McCall made it such a big issue of his presidency. So I do expect them also. I saw an interesting poll overnight here that said that, you know, unlike previous European elections. The majority of the French voted based on European political issues. It wasn't for them about national issues. And

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"christel" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"christel" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"She is now he may think he wasn't up in space. He doesn't know. He knows she's powerful, but he doesn't necessarily notable extensive it. So there's that the other possibility is this is only speculation on my part. But what if she got the page before she got before people started dusting, like the dusting, we know it took a little minute. What if it spread outwards from earth? What if the page arrive before the dusted, and therefore she has reason to believe it started closer to fury. I mean, it's a wild speculation wine or thing she goes back to fury because she gets a message from a guy that said he would call her own name moves extreme of emergencies. I think that's that's literally got to be the only reason right? She knows this happening overly well, presumably people around her of dusted prep soon. And you know, it's all it's all kicked off. But you know, you want to start applying science to the more movies for the love of God that or magic. I mean is there even a difference? Chris no difference Helen now, but how long would it take theoretically for message travel space? You know, she up the pager in the same way that she was able to communicate with yon Rog and those guys so she had a super hyperspace transit laying thingy. But she does say the rain should be a couple of galaxies. She does she does. So she's only gonna be a couple of galaxies away. She's not gonna be in the other side of the universe. So she's going to be within commuting distance over which is why she she? For Carol them for you know, she's going to be sown three billion. Swipes eastern in a way, she goes that is I mean, wow, it's commute. It's I mean, it really I mean, I just feel like you should watch more Star Trek Voyager, you could get caught up and fleabag in the commute. Like that two the seasons of anyway question from Chris Christel, ABI, some are worried. Carol make things too easy endgame. Do you think it will be more complex personal solution.

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"christel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"christel" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio

"With blood sweat and tears. Coda pay. We're just sinners qua. Singing a song for the same. If you're just joining us, I'm Christel Tori in for Tom power. This is q., and that's just a bit of the title track from Kenny Chesney new record songs for the saints. He joins us from a studio in Nashville, Kenny. Do you remember when the first words of the first melody started to come to you for that song? It was well those the first one that I wrote in this process, and I literally wrote that song with two friends of mine, Tom Douglas and scooter Caruso. And we wrote that song the day after Irma hit the Virgin Islands and. You know, I was the, I was just thinking about how resilient everyone is and how strong of a, how strong those people are and how spiritual they are. And you know how how they've been dealing with storms for centuries, you know, and and and moving forward. But this was a little different. You know, this was the strong storm ever and or that we have on record anyway, you know. And so. I was just thinking about the the, the rebuilding process. I was thinking about if this could happen to a group of people in an island. Just all the people that have lived on island for their families and their families. Families. These people are strong enough to deal with it and move forward, and it was basically just about the human spirit and how resilient they are and and how they're, you know, they're gonna take this in what's happened to them and not only rebuild infrastructure, but the human spirit. And I think that's what the song is about. It's about their heart and it's about. Not necessarily what happened but about how we're moving forward. But how do you focus on the mechanics of of writing a song when when there's all these people that have survived something so herring in your house? Yeah, that was a. That was a well. First of all, it was. I wasn't able to get any communication with them because there was no cell service and there is no internet, no nothing, but it was hard, you know. But I was filled with such anxiety and such uncertainty and this..

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"christel" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"christel" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"But here's what's happening right now. You could be defined. Matter of fact, you are defined in issues and things are find off the find often by negation. In other words, you're not defined by what you are by what you're not by by what you fight against. So you're almost defined by your enemies at times. And I like an allergy because they make things simple. And I prefer simplicity overcomplicated on necessarily wonky explanations. I thought of he man and skeletal right when I grew up, he man was big man. They have a whole team song, everybody loved team and all these kids. My buddy Morris, everybody Morris had loved this kid. He was great. Whereas Moore's following, I can't say his last name when he ever do. I love more Morris, you know who you are. If you're out there, reach out to me on Email, we loved he man. He man's arch enemy was skeletal the bad guy. At that far, the skeletal voice, maybe I'll get some drops to skeletal right skeletal was really now I know Ron piece on I know right after the show Ron pilaf a skeletal drop for us. So we'll have to play that tomorrow. Skeletal is the bad guy. Now you could almost define the qualities you'd liked about he-man by him fighting against skeletal. In other words, whatever skeletal did you were expecting he managed to the opposite, right, right. So you're defined almost by negation skeletal or bed. He made good if he man's fighting skeletal or that makes man good to even if in the middle of the show, they changed the script and started to make skeleton out to be a good guy. It would take a long long time for people to come around to that change. Their world view that skeleton over is in fact a good guy. What am I trying to tell you here? Conservatives good Republicans libertarians for a long time figured out the game that the media is not in the fact business anymore. Not all, but a good majority of they are in the business of kneecapping and sweeping the leg. I said, sweeping media that they karate kid sweep the leg. They are in the business of sweeping the legs of conservatives because they're liberals. This Republican effort over time by weak-kneed cowardly feathers spine. The Republicans, the constantly apologize to the media has infuriated Republicans for the longest time. They've been looking for a champion to fight back against what they see is skeletal. Is this makes sense? Oh, yellow Tor has been abusing the conservative movement for a long time. Now I want to be crystal clear on this. I am an avid vocal, absolute supportive of free press. Don't mistake my words for anything else. Yeah. I am also a realist and it critic of stupid, press people who say dumb things. Those arguments are completely distinct. Okay, because I disagree with the media, don't mistake this for me suggesting there should be government at? No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, don't do not make that as a critical mistake. I want to be clear on that. I am absolute in that free press. They're also free to be dumb me calling out. Their stupidity is simply an effort to highlight to the press that maybe you should change tracks on this. Maybe you should start focusing on fact reporting and not opinion reporting. That's all this is, but it's it's an important distinction. Folks what he's been looking for a champion, a, he man for the longest time to fight the skelter and they don't. They had a he man who was not a he man. He was a big wuss. You know he was. He was the anti he-man like he would apologize for everything like skeletal beat him that I'm sorry, skeletons. And I know plenty of guys like that. There was soda, we've mess Republicans like that. Joe and I have been dealing with people like that forever and the Republican side, the media fires a bomb back at them. It's a disingenuous nonsensical bomb back at them. You don't care for grandma. You don't like puppies all that nonsense of your racist massages. And what did he do? They apologised Trump refuses to do it. This Russia episode is another example of this where. Eighty percent of Republicans approve even though they know mistakes were made, and his approval rating has held steady or ticked up because instead of defining Trump's mistakes about the meeting as okay, we need to focus on Trump and fix this. What happens? The media reaction skeletal or like fashion. He's a fascist Christel book the holocaust..

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"christel" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"christel" Discussed on Doughboys

"Special christel alonzo lower classes now streaming on netflix christel alonzo they making time for us thank you for having me guys course thing for being here where to sit down and try to get the vibe of you guys because i don't know if you guys like each other doing the doing this podcast community serve that's a great question each other either i'm mad at him now we definitely know each other so there's that if you lose me you lose your friend from one to zero let's talk about the raccoon the grass is inspiring story reminds me a wall in many ways i thought he was very cute like my alley interim they're both in my bedroom i put them away when guests come oh why because they already animals they they'll walk over the table they'll they're they're they're more entertaining than the podcast so you'll look at them and zone out guaranteed understood but what what nice little story it was the raccoon made it to the top but here here's what i say yeah a lot of people here i'm gonna go on my little rats a lot of people wanted this raccoon to make it so bad but then if any of you people are people who don't believe in global warming i think you can't care for the raccoon is what i wanna say that's like an eighty s like how i'm trying to think of all the stack of someone is so is so if they care about animals so much in one singular animal than if you don't care about global warming you don't care about any animals yeah i get what you're saying 'cause it's an environmental i'm saying it was such a big deal on twitter yes it was it was the number one trending topic and i just think that people don't care about animals enough as in their everyday day to day life eventually raccoons especially coons yeah i guess that's true people think of them as like you know like forest trash like there isn't a lot of people think raccoons are there in that class was like possums and coyotes lincoln nuisance but yeah this particular give me i i guess i get what you're saying i mean it's kind of the same point of like how can you love dogs but also be okay with pigs that are raised in factory farms like understand the point eating meat so i'm hypocrite right already off the bat i kinda think it's weird that you went into global warming you couldn't even go into like the cirmac lachlan commercials miscarry for animals and then i talked about the raccoon because the economy it's because animals die because it will warming every day i guess just getting hotter so i was thinking about it you're a single issue voter basically global warming is the one this this is not a this that is one of my that i care about that more than anything right and i care about an animal when i you said that you and evan susser call me tony soprano yes because it's your sweets you're sweet spot on him they care about animals in boston boston yeah i can tell you i've only been in this apartment i've been in this room for what maybe fifteen minutes and i know that you're from boston i know a lot of stuff about your dad where they went to school mascots and stuff maybe you came you were hatched from an egg i don't know where from an egg i wouldn't be fucking rotten egg too by the way i'll come on it would be ron negga with that violet i'm a i'm a normal man who is born the normal way i came home i came i surely believe you wound i surely that's quite believable you know those books and how it happened that's what happened to me the end nick you're still born from an egg oh that's true but i they we all were in that sense but i'm not some sort of a man who was within a shell i know sounds like the new marvel movie so i know you're from texas and i know that that you know you're you have a connection to chain restaurants in a few ways one of which is that you are a server in your hometown at outback steakhouse back steakhouse yes so what is that like what was that like working there imagine this was some time ago week oh wow okay it was very recent flying out to i've gotta make it yes what.

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"christel" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"christel" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"This episode is also brought to you by your super we are so proud to have your super as a sponsor for the almost thirty podcasts beer so inspired by their story and the intention emission behind this brand michael and his wife christel started this brand after michael was diagnosed with cancer at age twenty four while he was recovering and trying to rebuild his immune system he and crystal lert home portant it was to fuel our bodies with whole foods so it's really important to them that their superfood powders mixes are filled with natural whole ingredients ingredients and the result of they felt energized happier increasingly more aware their immune system was kicked into high gear so we are just so proud to have them as a sponsor i am loving the super green mix right now you know i do eat greens on the regular but days i just don't get them or get as much as i would like to so this way for me to increase my intake of nutritious greens it contains all essential vitamins and minerals only six green superfood ingredients nothing else and one spoonful equals a handful of green's a man okay i just adore this brand it's delicious it's pure it's good it's a hundred percent natural no additives dairy free soifer vegan gluten free non gmo come on people we just love this brand your super dot com you can use our code almost thirty a l m o s t three zero for thirty percent off i would run to the site thirty percent off is a major deal and you know we just love to give you options to kind of put into your rotation of things that really make you feel good more like yourself healthier more energized so that you can focus on what you really want to get done in this life.

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Deutsche Bank announces major overhaul of investment bank

01:20 min | 3 years ago

Deutsche Bank announces major overhaul of investment bank

"We're just getting through figures out of doce bank this morning deutsche bank saying that it's going to add the cost cutting measures to reshape its corporate and investment bank the investor focus of course in connection with firstquarter earnings from deutsche bank very much on the strategy going forward as we've recently seen a management reshuffle with christel saving now being the man in charge at deutsche bank notes john cryan as the case previously was don't you bank is saying as i say that it's taking action to reshape the corporate and investment bank it is adding to costcutting meshes adoc mike is also saying that it is to meet and may improve the thousand adjusted cost base all and the red headline on the bloomberg terminal this morning deutsche bank is to scale back the us rates and review global equities first quarter profits after tax coming in at one hundred twenty million euros but as i say perhaps the focus is more on the strategy over at germany's biggest lender and less so the figures in and of themselves let's talk through what's happening elsewhere in these markets there was a mixed performance by us equities last night in asian shares are taking a page out of that playbook technology shares have been gaining after samsung earning stopped estimates and.

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"christel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"christel" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Right local news news out of santa fe our external auditor outside auditor apparently needs more time christel nekia reported in the new mexican the city's finance director that'd be mister johnson adam johnson said several significant challenges have plagued an annual external audit of city finances fourteen a month long monthslong i should say delay of the report we're still have not been finalized comprehensive annual financial report being reviewed by an albuquerque auditor for the fiscal year that ended last june originally was expected to be delivered to the state auditor's office in december but the city's new external auditor has filed for two extensions one push that deadline back to february and the latest you're asking for would go through mid a mid april excuse me finance director adam johnson said this week if lagged various factors in the city side is responsible for the audits late status andy lane these issues have dinner fide in a memo that johnson wrote to the city finance committee included cine finance staff missing quote agreed upon deadlines unquote the implementation of financial statements software the on boarding of a new firm conducting the annual audit and finance department personnel issues to me.

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"christel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"christel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"A number of casualties eight cars were crushed under the bridge eight victims have been transported to local hospitals it's a fourteen point two million dollar bridge that crossed miami's south west eighth street connecting the campus to the town of sweetwater earlier today major christel pedro of the miami police department updating reporters on the latest a major christel patriot afford appa troll here miami just before two pm this afternoon the ford f trolls notified a bridge collapse at this location southwest eighth street and one hundred nine th avenue as our unit thrived along with miami dade police and fire we observe very several vehicles that were involved as a result of the collapse at that time shifted to search and rescue effort what we are asking the public to do is to please assist us by avoiding the area of southwest say street between southwest one hundred seventh avenue in southwest one hundred and seventeenth avenue indefinitely as this process goes on thank you from the miami police department by the way the national transportation safety board is sending a team to investigate the collapse in florida governor rick scott will be on the campus tonight to inspect the damage and trying to determine exactly what happened with the collapse of this brand new bridge president trump telling republican donors in missouri yesterday that he wants privately challenged indian prime minister justin trudeau's understanding of the trade balance between the us and canada without knowing the facts himself nbc news dot com writes the following imitating trudeau at a fundraiser for missouri's republican senate candidate josh holly the president recounted that the prime minister insisted during a meeting that the us does not have a trade deficit with canada the audio has been posted at nbc news dot com jessica no we have no trade deficit donald please nice out working everybody else he's josh i had no.

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"christel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"christel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"A long warns he's gotta ties got he's got you a running list of classrooms ethinc a betcha he couldn't find well it maybe he majored in something that you particularly did not major in giving the major now asked the buildings there and i'll bet you if we put it to a quiz again i have no problem with the guy that he's a great player and a should have gone pro and he's doing great and that's nice did he gives back but honoring as a glass is a long long one hall of honor whatever it is yeah i'm just said i've i've i i have a problem with that i don't i don't care how great you are hidden spin more than a three months and only should qualify well i think i think a rings hollow in a year he's been a year who came to semester for a season a season yeah a seaside i'm not going to besmirch and because it's just the way it is in college basketball now jeff it's just the way it is you're missing my point oh i know i know you're only arguing the university of texas angle of this the campus rhino it should mean something which is owned by all you're talking about academics oh i'm talking about sports you're talking about academics yeah can it it is an academic institution hey into the day yeah most people that are there are not go are not athletes so if you have a long warned hall of honor are you a student were you a student but as christel conte told me last night the ad athletic department is the way way oh the school the gateway to the university athletic department it added gateway ass no i i agree with chris i wanna be asked though i i agree with him how many nobel prize winners granted taxes work attacks is because of kevin durant that's bs will you would not have any nobel prize award is kevin durant got out of school for years ago that that's been ever hit geniuses that's because he works in athletics inc he says that where did he go to school i dunno where chris went to school did you think he can.

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"christel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"christel" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"The way they are flying out how everybody around the country it's it's a weird year catch a weird year because last night st john's beat villanova the number two number one team in the nation and i watch st john's beat duke at the garden last last sunday i guess it was last sunday your last saturday and they they they look great but villanova i thought was in a class by themselves this the parity is then cottage college basketball indeed it is girl yeah well thanks for the call there's a game about two about the tip in north carolina is due in north carolina and i believe this rivalry is is is locked deadlock with wins and losses this is such an even even deal but this game is in north carolina uh at the dane dumps i expect roy williams and crew possibly win this game do did not look overpowering to say the least against st john but i tell you what this is a fund rivalry to watch dukhan north carolina is they don't like each other what a different settings are with uh were due place and where this is this like an irwin center place where north carolina plays it's huge where uh duke is just a small small small gm but it's gonna be interesting game on espn about the tip off duke and north carolina dukhan north carolina again thanks to christel kante for being on the shutting out the new texas ad i had great admiration for the loss dodds and mike perrine and our thing nkk christel cafes going to do a great job because not only is he meeting all the staff he returns tweets eased uh got the council of of the background and talking about mack about things and i think it's going to be a very very good situation and i.

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"christel" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"christel" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"Progress yep so i am totally happy if i'm a missouri fan with how the second half of the year while and up after sort of looking embarrassing against purdue early on south carolina whatever good for mizzou will be curious to see how this momentum goes into next year the only other tidbits that i have here before we talk about our shirt contest on our lives show there was some news on the administrative front yesterday christel kante formerly the athletic director at tcu as been hired for the same position over at texas christel kanteh sort of known in this world one of the superstar a dis out there so was notable at least for a lot of the folks that cover college football to see him embarking on a new challenge now leaving tcu and headed down austin yeah never forget christo conte's transition has helped get tcu to the big east which i think it's still reverberates to its now do you see of course joined the biggest for a hot second before joining the big 12 that transition obviously when very well help to oversee a football programme that kept growing and growing under gerry patterson managed to hold onto gary patterson even though there's been i think a bunch of interest in him throughout the year is a different places and now to me that's the thing that i'm curious about because gary patterson just signs an extension the d leaves for texas which you can hardly blame somebody for taking a jump in job like that but now i'm i'm legitimately cure see what tcu looks like moving forward with some changes are on top but hey big move texas should be in pretty good hands big move yeah the texas says sort of been in a state of administrative limbo ever since they got rid of steve paterson that hold the buckle a couple of years ago and interim guy mike perrine for a few years and the intention was always to replace him with someone on a more permanent bases now they're bringing over dell kante so we'll see how that affects the state of the long horns program.

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"christel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"christel" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Would be georgia alabama or alabama georgia but i did say to you if the committee did its job they would be georgia alabama not alabama george the georgia deserved the number one ranking and they earned and remember when i told you just looking at some of the metrics if you're in the first four which by the way notre dame three clemson four notre dame's only loss a one point loss to georgia clemson only lost a loss where they're starting quarterback went out and they got upset by syracuse but clemson above georgia alabama notredame clemson with the most quality wins three top fifteen victories already on the resume but the committee said something loud and clear with its nights intense teams wisconsin nine unbeaten miami 10 unbeaten that miami in wisconsin would need to do a hell of a lot to find themselves in the discussion for one of the top four seats at the table i take only issue with this and i don't want to do this to christel conte the athletic director a tcu and gary patterson i respect a lot would cease used football programme done but and and the very talented christel codgy the.

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"christel" Discussed on A Piece of Work

A Piece of Work

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"christel" Discussed on A Piece of Work

"Two words in relationship with in connection with any was even in the first typewriters in the 19th century and throughout the twentieth century it was used again by account it feels like it so new i don't like it so related to the all it's been there forever while eddie 1971 there was this engineer ray tomlinson die was working for the company that was contracted by darpa to design the internet basically they were designing the internet and in particular ray was designing the email system i know right analyst christel and so he was always using the name of the person then he was using all these lines of code to connect the person to at the end the name of the machine so i was the same lines so at some point he thought maybe it can abbreviate this he looked at the keyboard of the teletype machines that he was using he saw the at sign said how did a little research and so that it was exactly will he needed and he just he used it and the first email he sent was talking about the adt sign so it's just amazing we had that's m every single one of us uses at every single day it blew my mind yeah and when we contacted him to tell him that we wanted to do so just passed away last year but he was still alive he was so thrilled like that's a huge impact c2 to me modern design is exactly that it's gorgeous it's useful it's available to everyone and it has a connection to history and that to me was just great circle.

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"christel" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

The Sports Hub 98.5

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"christel" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5

"For the game brice arbor going in new york over chicago and again i know chicago won the world series last year they're not playing well this year they are not game under gable reedit are playing but just of the hearing that the best player in the game or at least the most entertaining player in the game because my truck none entertaining to me i know he's great but what are you know about the guy nothing he's injured and he's like subway but what else we not like harper's kinda got that if he got into it with pavel bonn got an idea but he's got a lot more personality and it's it's just easier to fall it's just much easier to follow and that's why i think was wrong a visa general they just like i get what you say about interesting and rivalries the just nodle a personality that lido general now it is three i think that years ago they used to be i i just feel like it's it's more like major league baseball try not to market these guys i know there's mlbtv and all these other things but you know the one guy that i look forward to watching is brice harper made him a shot i look forward to it now airing judge i look forward to it but but everybody else don't care there's great player houston christel criselda ibj the interesting blair and heading into break here i'm wanna going to give you a little low project to do before for the next segment christel obviously has been the best picture on the red sox staff but going forward who's is the next most dependable pitcher in the red sox starting staff we'll talk about that on the other side six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety eight five it's mike flynn jomar here on the sports a hey the grand prize of one million dollars what color is those white house i know this is this i know this on.

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