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"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Disciplines. Purpose is an essential element of you. It is the reason you are on the planet at this particular time in history. Your very existence is wrapped up into things are here to for field. Whatever you choose four career path remember the struggles along the way are only Mitt to shape you for your purpose mean that there's not a whole lot to say about this is just one of those just really really heartbreaking a year full of heartbreak. This one landed extra hard for a lot of people obviously, and we're praying for the Bozeman family and and I'm aware that they're checked into a really good church in Atlanta and hope that that in the weeks ahead they can be they can find a little bit of peace and solace the impact that Chadwick ad during his life. One of the things I didn't know about him. I saw TD jakes post after he passed and any mentioned that he'd never met Chuck. Bozeman, but but that Chadwick was a faithful member of the Potter House Church in L. A. which Sarah Jake's Roberts, who is on this podcast a week and a half ago is co pastor off and he was a member there and then so when I learned that he was a man of faith and then I went back and looked through by that speech, we just heard in so many of the roles that he played in. So many things he said in interviews. The through line of of intentionally and faith is there an almost everything? He did it is a life well lived and intentional seem like he was very intentional with everything he did and he'll be missed man it's painful like we were. Watching black. Panther where my kids a couple days ago and my youngest son is like I just love what content tech and then a my older son is like, yeah, I. Think I. Think I think they're gonNa make some of this stuff and then my youngest sons I know what is Israel and it's like that kind of. Because I grew up where you know in the superhero movies is the black thug gangster dues getting knocked out by the White Superhero Guy. So it's like you know Black Panther meanwhile I saw them in a civil war. Yeah. Out. Is I i. even for me Literally Hachette it's here at the end of the black the Black Panther movie just because I knew how. Important is knowing. Thurgood Marshall. Lying Jackie Robinson. He plays so many roles but then just to excellence they they operated in and then also to know off camera, he was a man of integrity like data dass what 'cause it's like Yo- he's the good guys winning. You know what I mean. So I for me was menaces does a hard one lie if white conservative evangelical down by fifty black people we down by like seventy right now. We always. Like. You look at the beginning of the year like Kobe Bryant, you know what I mean Anna's daughter. Then you look at these are people that are like. I held huge positions as far as people living you know obviously called issues but you know the life would a man of integrity made a mistake but you look I raise his daughters all that stuff like is this. Is Devastating, pressure. For me at least you know. All right. Well, thanks a lot tyler. I don't make the news..
"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"And movies that's. Awesome. Watching Christian movies but I also don't like hallmark movie. It's like I just don't like. They kind of her I don't like cheesy I. Don't like things to wrap in a pretty bow i. mean I like Gritty Weird movies that People Watch with me why did you make me watch that? So I'm. Christian. Movies the example. But in the whale I. Give me a Noah Baumbach movie I'm you know if if it's about existential angst and you end the movie feeling uncomfortable about life I'm I'm in. We gotta have a we need to have the. What was the one with Ethan Hawke a couple of years ago that seems like that cross air. Back, but it's one that boy where it was like the boy story where it was like. Here? No, the one where he played A. Priest I. Think It was twenty four film, but he claims. That was having crisis thing. I did like that one? Yes. That seems like in those cross air still faith-based but also dealing with complicated things I mean I think that there's a lot of sort of faith based stories that wouldn't fit in the John Raya where I get a little squeaky is when it's like it's a faith based production company and then you know like they, it's a hidden message like the one that drove me. Nuts and my kids watched it and I felt really bad because after they watched it, they gave this big talk to them about like well, that's not really how God works was like it was like a kid who drowned and then they prayed hard enough and then he came back to life in the hospital like I don't like cold broken wasn't unbroken. There's really something. In Heaven or something well, we're be talking about a lot of different moves. Every Christian I. Wish I wish I could see their face right now. He's staring interesting. He explained the plot Chris. Just kinda started off talking about white millennial movies that out. Never Watch. And then went into the Hokey Christian will resemble Never Watch that just went out guys but I will say this same light white evangelical conservative evangelicals really right now are culturally are down by fifty two.
"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Low I, mean. Zero business being president and yet I feel one hundred percent confident. Just make it better by not being who is now. Traction. s feel like even if someone were elected president elected president and just decided just check out just immediately going vacation it would be better than what we have rattlers down my thirteen year old son who has no brain rate now would be better than who is there like I nominate my thirteen year old supporting. Trying to get a girlfriend son. WHO's theory? Just go come into. Out The gay with the Sledgehammer Okay Krista. Case. Real quick along those lines. I don't know if you guys ever if you guys listen to revisionist history at all mouth. PODCAST. The. He had an episode where he taught in Digest speaking to your point than that. Like we know maybe we should just maybe we should just try something totally new here. They, he did an interview with this like this like our school that for a student body elections instead of having people campaign and do that whole song and dance all the students were entered into a lottery, and basically if they're number gets drawn, they have to be in the position of student government that their number picked and their results were one. It was more representative of the students you know but they also found that when people in who aren't politicians, they don't think like politicians and they'd just they'd like normal human beings and it was a huge game. So Chris I think. You're right. I think we need like like every every person in the country's you know if their name gets pulled aside I'm president next year and it's just like one ear. We'll give you a shot. We'll see what happens. I find that could be a better system but I'll okay I I'm being snarky. But if I were in that position, I do think what would improve things in the times we're in right now would probably be number one maybe a federal response to the pandemic like that might be held. A. Number two maybe a president who engages in the current racial recognizing and denounces you know I don't know people showing up to protests. With guns trying to protect you know there's there's lots. There's. Where where on the list is getting in Air Force One going right to area area thirty one and putting on like pro area fifty one and say, let's talk show them American people.
Kirsten Dunst shines in quirky 'On Becoming a God in Central Florida'
"Really might enjoy on becoming a god in central florida on showtime. It's a dark comedy about multilevel marketing schemes which does not necessarily sound like the most sexy of story lines but it's actually very well handled and kirsten christon done stars and is quite wonderful. I would expect that she is going to be in any conversations or at least golden globe conversations for this one and i i think when it's funny and kind of quirky outlandish. I think it works fairly well. When it becomes a little bit more serious it becomes a more conventional anti-hero crime thing that doesn't interest me as much so as i've told people when it's actually humming and moving along it feels a little bit like a female centric breaking bad with a pyramid scheme twist when it gets too dour and bogged down in its own stuff. It feels a lot more like ozark but if you happen to love ozark you might like either variation of
"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Com. Good. We have a lot of Gators here in Florida, but that's not culturally. There's things I don't think he realized how red neck Florida is one way you do. Florida man. Kept that a secret, y'all terrible. The secret's out, people know who lives in Florida. I think you do. I think we get a lot of the same tweets. People who are like, I'm in Nashville for for two days. What should I go do? Yeah. I probably I probably have three of those. Probably get three of those data. Oh yeah. I have a list belt that I list saved on my notes to. Oh, here's the new cool spokespeople. Talking about it talking about sound, I wanna know about the butter churning culture in your region because you know you have the big annual better lace. The place with like the light up cowboy where he's kinda like kick weighing in. Send me there. And Tulsa at the state fairgrounds right there in the heart of the city. There's this massive like sixty foot oil driller guy from the fifties or something. Yeah, it's huge knee as he doesn't do its drive out there. Okay. And then just drive Judy thing they need. He's needs to have some sort of animatronic element at least that you know, like every once in a while. Yeah, Hagley he's not gonna wait for. True story, our eyeball every hour on the hour. He's like, you know, it was kinda worth it. That was a pretty pretty good. Wink. I was thinking it was going to be more of a blink, but that was a prolonged wink. It was in Virginia. That's a lover thing to do. Creepy. Creepy waiting for guffman Christopher guest, waiting for governor in the play that they do about Blaine Missouri, you know stools stools, they're known for their stills. They had the stool, boom. Remember that. That's what I wanna know. I wanna know what's the equivalent of the stool, boom for your region. What are you guys known for that? Maybe into the race? Okay. Well, many things to our guest Christon gray for joining us his new album, clear the air out today..
"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"I just love that like there's a group of like, you know, really devout Christians who just love fifties, music. They're like, how can we merge these two things turn the fifties. You know, do off songs into Christian like know what just go to youth group than and perform them that. Oh, because they're like, or here's the thing. Here's my theory on the convertibles they they might not even be Christians. They just are like super PACS glop and they realize they don't have an audience anywhere. What if we, what? If we joy, we'll we'll do a little preach something after that way. We have a built in audience at youth groups that have to listen to our do oppa could have gone anyway as I think that. The do op thing. Like doesn't really say young people to me. Why didn't they do that for the main Terge I mean, is an outrage that doesn't seem like a youth group thing. They follow the path you're probably like saw or listen to the cassette. He's like, I already told naked, do it. So let's make do the. They're not ready ready for Sunday morning. This is like a triple a pitcher unit. I mean, like I haven't fished middle relief on the farm team before it gets called up to the big leagues. You know, let's let's see the high schoolers. You get, you got to preach the youth group for years for you get called up to the main stage. Version of this. That's like the movie where I all the kids are like, oh, do up. His bogus Mayon were into rock and roll, but then they started kind of like this kid starts coming off the street like crazy new tune, and they're all. I don't think it's probably likely in this case, but. Do do do do do up, do people like you see, you see, like kids just coming in, you know what? I renounce my atheism by renounce eight theism converts. After they hear it, they convert away from Christianity. What if that's a goal? I wanna know part of this. Where's your God down? Right, right. Can't be giving due out cool that he certainly can't save my soul. They should call us the d. convertible. Oh that he did. You guys do choir tour when you are in middle school and high school church? What? I what actually throw church church. I was just I was like a refugee really what church you went out quarter. He makes you sound like you're like, you know, hitchhiking across the state and like a bus full of a church choir, like win. We're missing a baritone. Where are you headed near like Charlotte, sir. Get them all the bus. This feels like a choir tour thing. This this, this story, this feedback felt like when people he's going choir tour, we used to do it where we'd go to churches and do a little performance, and then you know, go to do like three charges in a drivable distance, and it was. A weird subculture any you you using? I do bowl, hyphen. It. You saying do up in a choir was what was your? I don't know the difference between the tenors and the, you know, whatever they the, what? What what what you have and his sopranos. And so in the girl section, Jesse their sopranos saying hi and out of it saying medium and low. And I'm wondering how to. I love a harmony you guys. I love hearts your favorite song to sing. Oh my gosh, I don't. I don't do like solo econo- songs. I don't know. This is I don't. I don't have. I don't know that I have a favorite song. I love any song that I can find a fun harmony. So any song that has like a good Alto part, I'm like how great thou art or something like that. Sure. Yeah. I'll say this growing up here, the state anthem and for the Christian community. Jesus lover of my soul. Creepy worship. Saying and choir of these weird here. Jesse say, gee, this love or my soul. When they perform here, they have. They have that they replaced the choir robes with bathrobes, and it's very. A whole stage. Soul lovers. Lovers. Very, very odd. Okay. So Tim from this is from Twitter. He said, we had an evangelist on staff who had memorized most of the New Testament, which I think is pretty awesome actually..
"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Next Christon. Gray joins us. Listen to Maggie Rogers. Light on at the beginning of the podcast you heard fern with, are you there. Today's show is brought to you by Samaritan ministries. Samaritan ministries is a healthcare sharing ministry with over a quarter of a million Christians carrying from one another's needs from broken bones to cancer pregnancies to organ transplants, all without the use of insurance. We're going to do something different this week with our sponsor. We want to tell a story of somebody who's actually doing this. It's a completely revolutionary concept to traditional health insurance healthcare sharing. So Jesse recently talked to cancer survivor and health blogger. Courtney Campbell, a wife and mother of three whose family has been a Samaritan members for five years. She, she told US House Mehrtens not only provided for their medical needs, but it's also plugged her family into a passionate community fellow Christians. Yeah, I was really starting to talk to coordinates such a cool thing and and especially how she's been able to connect with with so many people through it. Here's my part of my conversation with party. Well, tell me a little bit about how. You I learned about Samaritan ministries. Well mentioned knee because we're both kind of in the crunchy rail of, you know, health and. That to me that you know, this is really great option. And yeah, we just like another confrontation that kind of taken the tweet faith of quitting my job, and that was just an option for us. Won't you discover Samaritan ministries? How did is kinda change your lifestyle? It's very fear experience from that. You're not just sending money every month or you know your Bank account being debited to your health insurance. You know it is..
"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"He gets wet and the hose and he ends up jumping in the pool. And then we just had this whole unexpected evening together and it was a lot of fun. We're going to bed late late at night and and you know, we're talking and every night before we pray. I always ask them what something from today you're thankful for. You know, any is usually like, oh, there we go to target or blah, blah. He said, last. Night. This is truth. He, this is the impact of Bob's book on him. He goes dad. I mean, I'm thankful. It's Monday, which means I can't play video games until the weekend, and because that's the rule Monday through Thursday, Nova gains. And I said, really, you're thankful for that. Why he goes? Well, dad, I've learned that when I don't play video games, I better engage the world around me lions to me. He said that from issue, he said that last night. Adorable. I mean, that is that is Bob. I mean, that is absolutely like go have adventures, engage the world around you. Jesse, I'm telling you, you needed to read loved us for kids. I'm very thankful for left-outs. For the one thing that before we go to space camp, you need to have the mindset of, I'm gonna shut off what I normally would do and embrace, and I need to engage the world around me and say, yes, to the scuba experience and all of the space. Nerd thing I will say this I was this love does is powerful book. It's a powerful franchise this, you know, but I have one with it. I will right in the middle of my book lovers too. Does is coming out and obviously I'm not going to release lovers. Do the history of the Commonwealth. Craziest book ever love. Jesse next week and Huntsville, Alabama. You need to live the life that lovers do brace. You need embrace things. All right. Well, when probably scuba I'll give them my size today. You have to. How do you know? Is this an inappropriate question? How? No, you're scuba size. How are you? Are you a small medium or large, I think, is the basic, can't be wrong on that though. You, this is. The stakes are too high. Really. It'll suck to you like waiters it's fine. Just get a bigger one Bill with longer. Drag you down and make your tanks lied off the bottom of the YMCA. Folly to the bottom of this. The pool wildly flailing. My scuba knife. That's right. Oh, that's right. Moving along. It is time for our weekly look back at what happened in culture and entertainment is time for. And case you missed it this week, Jimmy Fallon, and Stephen Colbert might show up to a random church and serve mass. The show host was a guest on the recent New Yorker festival where he opened up about his faith background Fallon, who grew up wanting to become a Catholic priest revealed that his show recently came really close to getting the pope to be a guest and like late show host Stephen Colbert. He served as an altar boy when he was young. He then revealed that he and Steven have been planning on visiting a church together. He said, we actually talked about showing up to a random mass around the city and just reliving our altar boy days and serving mass one day. We might still do it. He previously told Terry gross about growing up in the church. He said, I just loved the church. I loved the idea of it. I love the smell of the incense. I loved the feeling you get when you left church. I love how this priests can make people feel this good. I just thought it was. I love the whole idea of it. My grandfather was very religious. So I used to go to mass with him at like six, forty, five. Morning and serve mass. I thought I had the calling. Well, he's still doing the same to make people feel good, I guess. And I've heard I haven't been to a taping, but I've heard that the late show said, the incense is very powerful, the smell it smells great. I mean, yeah..
"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Scuba experience your life is online every time you toy with scuba. I just don't. I just don't trust it. You're not a, you're not right and be why you have to do this because something about is gonna make it feel like space you gotta do. So you're one hundred percent on scuba, dude, Cameron. One hundred percent of the Email says they want of space camp. They're not gonna. Tell us the details. Just know that it's a full experience. They don't wanna ruin the surprise. I see. We get like we have like a bag overhead. They drive us to say out in the middle of nowhere like Martius in warehouse where there's a bunch of weird space stuff to disorient us. I don't ever went to space camp. I don't know what I'm talking about here at all, but I feel very safe in saying that the scuba experience is not going to be the only time that your life is in the hands of like technology gear. And it's a very analog year. It's not like it's not like, I'm, you know, depending on self driving tesla here, it's hoses valves and tanks. Very. Imagine. Imagine, Gavin, if you're out on a spacewalk, you're gonna have to trust the equipment that you're using to keep you alive. That's how we are in the school. We are experiencing the fear and the trust. It's a part of the training that the astronauts have to go through Jesse. I'm very snared tongue. Excited. I'm so excited. I can't wait. Wait, makes me nervous that they're like the because they said this Email will outline some of the agenda. And all says, there's no agenda skep- except we need your scuba size. You've gotta. Do scuba was volved with this? Are there are there? Are there sees on Mars that we don't know about? Why are we scooping? Can I be real with you Jesse? Five years ago I went through a divorce. Okay. And it was a tough Let's get get rough. tough season and that summer when I was a newly separated, I was invited out to Bob goff's house in British Columbia, and there was a group of people and we were told to come are invited to come and we didn't know who else was coming and we didn't know what the agenda was. We just knew that Bob was inviting us. I'd never met Bob. I was in a season my life where I was like, why not? Right. So I show up. That's where I met Sean equal. That's where I met some of the people who are now. So my closest friends for the next few days. Bobby also that to breathe air the whole time Jesse without any twos. So during the three days that we were there, we didn't know what was coming on. We didn't know what was the agenda. Then Bob kind of made it seem that there was real, no program our agenda. But if you look back, Bob, had an intention -ality to everything. There is a there was this process of the over the days of learning to let go and to just be free and and like embrace new things. And really I walked away from that experience. What ingrained in me and changed my life forever was say, yes, say yes. When Bob says, hey, do you wanna fill in the blank? You say yes, because there's attention. I mean, of course, I mean, but like we're literally, we found ourselves jump wearing scuba gear and said, I'm going to teach you what it's like on Mars jump at dude. They're like, look. Klaff's in. We're like, we're like doing things were scary and whatever in its formative and changed our lives. I'm just saying Jesse be like Bob and say, yes. Do the scuba actually Cameron wants you to be like Cameron and say, yes. Going to agree to scuba, but. Defied never returned to this pod people. Remember this conversation. Jesse didn't trust his life's tha valves and and and hoses and guess what? It's it's now the Anne Tyler show because. They were partners down there. Don't you have have safety partners on their out? Do you think are going? They're not in the ocean. Jesse. They're probably put you in a pool. We have no idea where they're taking us just watched old old NASA video camera a sheer panic at, you know. Unable to even say, I told you so about his lover and all of this..
"christon" Discussed on Relevant Podcast
"Twos are luxuries engineer. My brother channel store lope next is Mark who's trying to get the video stuff up and running. That's gonna. I think that's going to kick off in a week or so not not these podcasts, but I think the next ones you guys are gonna get video highlights from the show on the Skype line from Loveland, Virginia, Jesse, Kerry alot from Nashville, Tennessee, Tyler, Huckabee, everybody and down the road author speaker podcast, aspiring cowgirl any downs Gordon Janse. It's true. I mean, you're not saying more but much care and it's going to stick just like lover land. People actually asked me still. It's been what twelve years doing this show. Yeah, asked me like where where is lover land Virginia's at a small town that Jesse lives. And I was like, I don't know back in two thousand six. I randomly Virginia's for lovers just gets a land of lovers lover land Virginia and just Doug. If people think I'm actually from there. Wanna like I get like sent a lot of stuff in the mail from like, you know, book publishers and press people, and they're like, oh, we listen to the podcast, what, what's his coat? They're in love Orland. I Mike now. No. Now it's I will say this. It's maybe reflect a lot on Virginia's slogan, Virginia's for lovers, and it's just creepy at this point lying. No one wants. Crossed over well. My initially, you're like, okay, I guess that's a little Charmaine. But like lover is a really creepy way to refer to somewhat like if you're like, hey, this is my boyfriend, and this is my wife. This is, you know, if say, Hello, this, this is so and so my lover it's immediately the most creepy relationship possible. And when you skit right. When you cross border people cars driving by your like those two are lovers their lovers. State is inhabited by weird creeps that's what regina's for lovers. Anything about that. But if eighty, whatever introduces you to their lover me. That's a huge red flag that person's a creep. I was listening to NPR on the way in apparently Virginia's and have it by two types of people lovers and opioid addicts. Probably. I don't. Yeah, I don't. You know. I don't really have anything to say to that. Without without making light of the nation's crippling addiction. Does it. I love her always make you a little bit like this is a listen like, this is what I'm saying. What I'm saying? It's not. It's not like genius for romance or Romance. romance. Romance has like timeless charm to it. You know, like, oh, let's see something Peres sunset. Yeah, romaine, like if you, if you say to your city, we're gonna other, let's do something romantic. They're like, oh, it's like a candlelight dinner. And if you say, let's do something as lovers, that's creepy. Point, you're like a weird like a weird guy, a stranger. If you say that to your person, that's great. The either way if you're married. Yeah, but but even then even then it's like why you talking like a weirdo? That's the kind of thing. Dudes who wear bathrobes most of the time at home, say like they're just like if someone is rich, I'm not hating it so far, keep going. He sounds rich, but it's weird..
"christon" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Keppel talking christon will determine the give that boy at some faith and some if they had well my doctor bills have been so hard from sickness and ma cave that i've run out of money i don't know so security welfare employees let's go where now before maybe you maybe you going to call maybe you'll monies maybe have a habit and prayed about it just not see lack the gore this with you just not the christian man thank you thank you for keeping fly minister robin len presents gospel music explosion good all the things what now sometimes it so and this now.
New York museum slammed after hiring white curator for African art exhibit
"To us between seven ten eastern time you can go ahead and give us a call what and what was that he daryl it was between one hundred hours and three hundred hours zulu time yes yeah i like that yeah pick up the phone number is eight five five four five zero three seven three three surely there is something that you that it's up something in your soul is so important that you must tell the world while we are the outlet for you you could post facebook and dozens of people may see it or you call here hundreds of thousands could check it out new york post dot com apparently the brooklyn museum has sparked outrage in the black community after tapping a white woman to curate its vast african art collection on monday museum appointed kristen when miller luna she's thirty one who has a phd in african art history from princeton university lecturers in columbia university's department of art history and archaeology and once worked as an educator in the metropolitan museum of art where she was responsible for adult and college gallery tours in the african galleries so she sounds pretty qualified she's got her degree from a ivy league university and lectures at an ivy league university and has in fact worked at the met in african art history despite the stellar resume her hiring left some wondering why qualified person of color did not get the post seriously at brooklyn museum at brooklyn i guess this is a a tweet of twitter thing goes the neighbor there there goes the neighborhood for good opined philadelphia journalist ernest owens on twitter people from the african diaspora are frustrated with white people being gatekeepers of our narrative tweeted kimberly kimberly seldon museum defended the decision christon is the perfect choice to build upon the brooklyn museum's track record as an innovator in the collection and exhibition of the arts africa said jenner the museum's chief curator in a statement museum said it was committed.
Apple Music vs Spotify
"Garrod out later it's what it feels like this is just another business ride off we got this yeah gave yet you've got to think the people like shamil n r and christon wig and jennifer aniston they want some sort of they're not gonna just come there 'cause you're gonna get a check they want to know where these are going to appear who's going to be able to see him i can't imagine really uh people of this calibre saying oh yeah it's okay if it's only on an apple tv that's just not that's not going to k at the big names in atlanta the oslo usac during by the way why china as a as an android user i admit i don't pay a lot of attention now apple music is doing in comparison to spotify um and and some of the other services remember when a music launched it was like oh 14 million you know automatic installs or whatever was and then i didn't get the sense that a lot of people opted into it um so i feel like i understanding whether or not apple music is a success is a potential way to look at how oh apple might be successful in making this kind of content right according to the wall street journal once again apple is on track to actually overtake spotify in paid users is not even close to spotify total users because they have uh tens of millions i think seventy million subscribers if you include the free tear but apples quickly catching up apple said they told the wall street journal f thirty six million paid global users that's a growth uh it in just a few months i think but something like five percent growth in in uh mud in one month and spotify growing two percent a month and paid users so those lines across at some point in the near found better yeah so apples growing my theory at this i don't have anybody telling me anything it's just a theory by your member that uh amazon video with.
"christon" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified
"So much and everything you've done i really fear thank you so much thank you kelsea please keep us updated okay thanks kelsea by fis strategy the mockery nine the funky chicken and all those it's so easy to his like as as in forty one to be like oh this is what you should do rate but at that age she looks so young go on like what do you mean really do you know you're uber well that hey the healthier lifestyle all right so we're gonna call christon now and christon is in los angeles but she's twentyeight you cave great advice i'll thank i've no idea obviously hello hey christian it's in how are you hi i'm not are you uniting doing really well here's honor hey kristen hi there how are you i'm doing great how about you i am great i'm great and i'm here to introduce britney snow or high either that sounded weird i'm here to and they also my high weird zero because like the whole thing was that prison thanks for for dissipating in this and reaching out to us i don't i don't know what your boutter kristen what's going on with your x all right so back in college i was dating this guy for a little over two years and then about four years ago we had a really must be break up uh flash for you present day i have a new boyfriend he's great we just had our oneyear mark um but doc in may i got an email from my ex who i haven't seen or spoken to in the last four years and um here's what it said no subject line nothing um would you ever let me apologise to you i'm not trying to be creepy your weird i know it's almost four years too late but would you let me do what i should have done back then it would make perfect sense if you didn't care but i'd like to you and so his current situation is that he's mary to the girl that he did it after me uh they got engaged um a short time after we broke up which led me to believe there might have been some overlap between us uh when i confronted him about it he didn't confirm nor deny so i just love that thoughts because i was like i'm not going to get an.
"christon" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Fucking movie stunk it was kind of funny uh i i shut at the fuck off like i couldn't stand it i i you know i could have on his you should have been on debate team joe because i i enjoyed the movie thoroughly unutilised convinced me that uh all of that was shitty i agree entirely i it opens up with kristin bell and uh you know the legacy of the room what let's not go crazy none of our none of our parents know with the room as good therapy to nor it didn't penetrate the culture could there be no more boring people to see at the top of a movie being interviewed than christon bell and adam scott am i am i mean you're bookending y you just you just took two two boring book ends and put them right together at the top of the movie and by the way at or throw deck shepherd in there for good fucking measure you know what i mean it's like a now these guys are gonna tell me why this fucking piece of shit movie is is brilliant get the fuck out of my fate does it when they did the funny or die 10year like anniversary interview article and it's like christon bell being like it was just about grabbed the camera and shoot the fucking thing it's like yeah it was it about that kristan yet was it about that just go grab your red camera or that you probably have lying at the bottom of a closet and you're fucked shut up and not making it sound like you guys were struggling and creating art jesus christ they didn't interview one fucking person and that funny or die article who was just a normal guy that would put a video up and like broke through where did the article appear it was in a magazine i think it was like esquire something.
"christon" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"This is being today with poet christon lyman p so if i ask you think about yourself in church all those years ago and west texas the church you grew up in which was just given to you like the area breathed and then when you're in church now what's going on it's different has that experience different well it's cut its utterly different i think it's a it's a weaker experience now i mean i'm just two conscious i'm had i'm unable to let my myself i wish i were able to let myself go in ways than uh those people did in my childhood and still do and when i go to my mother's church now it's one of those big megachurches and and uh you know i don't agree with their theology and i don't like a a lot of the ways that they commercialise their services but it is uh incredibly diverse church and it and the people are intensely involved with their they're treating as if their whole life were at stake and the churches i go to liberal protestant churches it seems pretty casual i wish there were some credible middle ground i wish there were there were some way of uh harnessing that the intensity that i felt in my childhood in more sophisticated way as i may be another way of describing what the new language they you that we talked about that a lot of people now are searching for it's not as new languages new forms right your bear the guard is a big has a big role to play in the art encompassing art arrayed if i think of some of the most intense experiences in my life they artistic experiences and and not simply making art but responding to it and i think if a church could allow those experiences to happen without necessarily putting them in place and saying they have to be no they mean this in our littered year they they represented at each and every selfconscious he now when people disarray inject art in tim worship it right that's the dancer there you talking about i've seen i've seen it done well yes i've i've seen it done well where it it is just in fact i did i'm just coming from i uh i was out on would be islands madda conference and.
"christon" Discussed on Stacey's Pop Culture Parlour
"Give me nuts get the fucking ice and then mila kunis goes to apologize to allow really rolled milk because media kinney's has nothing to apologize for not scenario you know uae she t to kick him already hires some khorasan saint you know you did just walk into a party that you explicitly said she couldn't throw in your house like you know thus inside the west what's the chops christon bell ends an economic forgotten the name with the lady who price hummel but she reuss m larry dipy choice in cub your enthusiasm overrun though the on sunday relationship is completely a because because since recent bells carrots his dad deutsche the moment spicy keeping cristobal's off as i she appears at christmas and just things like she wears joan post with christian bells faisal them of pajamas with half ice on them and hoax heck earning and sniffs a hair of what lever alone and then she always the house next door even though it will aim for sale she literally convinces two people should be very to the home so she can volley like she's legit notes again christine bellies the woman is supposed to apologize for asking precise at the end um like what kind of shocking looney being version of the while do we need a name that is acceptable to naturally stolk your own dorsett because you're based sad that you who's been deployed a few years ago the messages respert jewel elders is my whole amina yeah i think he is but like a severely every we at way of doing it because the the parents had not like sympathetic as a tool and vita learn any lessons or apologize for anything allow jarred me that because he kunis intend to presents the carrots and like hey is pretty shave meets kick you out kristzina please come home let's so elysee and then the mamas lloyd gina wall already sorry i shall return part in his when you told me not to and i shouldn't have forced to kids to gaza she pie than of you wanted to say like that was ready i only submarine decrease this autumn in law or has a good way to end the that she listen i hennie smit marine rounds his.
"christon" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Thank god so i said mom i can't do that i said i could get arrested for that i mean there were somebody who spread their ashes that the parts of the caribbean at disneyland antigod inaudible yeah i would love to be my ashes in the parts of the euro but you can't do that so my mom said well than just throw me away she was but i really want to be in the target makeup out is that okay so she dies he gets cremated and i i had the honour that and so i went to target with a friend do you into you the friend with my friend christon johnston the actress chris akers in johnston who areas who so generous to offer to to say she go with me and she was hilarious 'cause i was really nervous to do it because i was they have eyes in the sky that my guy and i was really nervous to do a but so kristen got fed up with me because i was so nervous just give it to me we had put the ashes in containers and so she's had just given to me so i gave her the ashes and she went over to the girl in the makeup i'll in the makeup department and she's such as an actress social started talking to this girl like what's the best lotion for my skin tight and what is this meanwhile she has like my mom you know in her pocket and she's talk and so i started getting into like what christians talking about mike wow that's interesting what kind of cream in i hope and i look down and cheese sprinkling my mom on the ground and like all my elegant my mom's underground so they christa goes got over here and so under a red so i go this is unique you take the neck the other because we put them into containers take the other container and you discredit 'cause she knew that was important for media so i took dan i was really nervous to do it we weren't around to the other all the makeup tools and i was like this i froze it she was just do it just do it so i just i i did it i just threw the ashes threw him and she goes okay thank you and so we leave the aisle and i looked back.
"christon" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi
"I have a friend just like like christon dodie one of my best friends here is exactly like that and i have to do the same buck i have to do with the same shit always being late i'm like no i'm not calling the uber because i know you're going to be seven minutes to take to get out of the house and then i'm gonna get a lower uber rating and that's why my ratings sucks among colin lift that's why my rating sucks no like i have to yell at her i have to like i don't like going anywhere we christon because she's late and i feel the amount of anxiety that i feel like when i i'm i know that i'm even two minutes late it's an unbearable feeling i care always freakishly on time i can't stand ends like guy was since wearing college i mean in high school you have always been on time and i've always been like a extremely layperson but like i'm always like a few minutes late is this a fashionable elay and what who you know who came up with the term fashionably late love to know i actually don't know that wasn't the best thing somebody who's just always fucking late and wanted to make it cool or leg wanted to like feel better about the fact that they're always late like that whoever came up with it whoever coined the term fashionably late it was somebody who's is always it's like it's lucky for it to rate on your wedding day yeah yeah ever came up with that somebody who is like loyo it rumor falcon wedding date i need to make myself feel better about it so i'm just gonna say that it's lucky exactly i don't buy any of that shit.
"christon" Discussed on The Longest Shortest Time
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