Welcome to Splits Vol.3! Today Damian invites two of his favourite people in music for the laugh out loud, burn it all down, hang to end all hangs! In addition to being one of the inspirations for the inception of this podcast, DANKO JONES is a world renowned rock music icon. As one quarter of one of Canada’s most respected bands, Sloan’s CHRIS MURPHY has been shaping popular music in this country for 30 years. Listen in as Damian & these two punk rooted frenemies chat it up for one of the most hilarious episodes of this podcast yet! If you listen to one podcast this year: MAKE IT THIS ONE! & if you buy one new record this year, make it: Danko Jones’ “Power Trio”! Out now on Sonic Unyon!! & if you attend one virtual concert this year, make it: “Chris Gets High Park” on October 24th! Tickets available at Sidedooraccess.com!!
Cat and Pat are joined this week by special guest Chris Murphy. They discuss criminals in the housewives universe, the way teens treat each other on TikTok, the many Britney docs, and more.Seek Treatment is executive produced by Catherine Cohen, Pat Regan, and Allison Bresnick.This episode is sponsored by:Dipsea (www.dipseastories.com/seektreatment)Girlfriend Collective (www.girlfriend.com/seektreatment)
Episode 11: Chris Murphy, CEO - North America, Thoughtworks
Chunk Of Change by The Royals
Thoughtworks is a global technology consulting firm that’s successfully ridden the digital transformation wave since the late 80’s. This interview with the North American CEO, Chris Murphy, took place prior to last week’s IPO that raised US$344 million and valued the company at nearly US$9 billion. Over the past two decades, Thoughtworks has been a major influencer of key trends in IT such as agile development, blockchain technology and microservices, all of which has lead to ‘Thoughtworkers’ publishing more than 100 books. As Marc Andreessen famously said, "Software is eating the world" and with spending on digital transformation forecast to double by 2025, Chris and the Thoughtworks team are set to ride the digital wave for many years to come.
BTM33 - Jake Dukes and Chris Murphy - Camp Southern Ground
Behind The Mission
About Today’s GuestsJAKE DUKES: Jake joined the Camp Southern Ground team in March of 2018. He is a leadership coach, speaker and author who served for many years on executive teams of large churches focused on developing staff and overseeing campus operations. Now he uses his unique blend of business and ministry experience to develop future strategy for Camp Southern Ground and help facilitate a strong leadership culture among the staff. Jake brings his passion to every project and he’s not afraid to help teams break free from the rules they’ve inherited and push past the status quo. Jake lives in Senoia with his wife Jackie and four daughters. CHRIS MURPHY: Chris “Murph” Murphy served nearly seventeen years of active duty as a Marine, deploying into combat zones multiple times in Kosovo, Iraq, and Afghanistan, and instructing during his non-deployable time in service. After being medically retired in 2014, Murph has focused on peer-to-peer mentoring through an organization he founded to serve veterans in life after combat. Life took an unexpected turn along the path and he found himself involved in veteran programs at Camp Southern Ground in Fayetteville, Georgia. In a series of events that equal “you wouldn’t believe me if I told you,” he and his family now live ten minutes outside of the camp, continuing to support the wellbeing of veterans after military service Links Mentioned In This EpisodeCamp Southern Ground Web SiteCamp Southern Ground: Warrior WeekCamp Southern Ground: Warrior PATHHPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThe PsychArmor resource for this week is the course Posttraumatic Growth After Loss. Suicide loss is a complicated grief journey for many, but with the right support, Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) has observed that suicide loss survivors are uniquely poised for posttraumatic growth. Join Dr. Shauna Springer representing TAPS as she discusses how the TAPS’ Suicide Postvention Model’s third phase, posttraumatic growth, has affected one particular survivor. Through telling the story of TAPS Peer Mentor and retired Army Chief Warrant Officer 3, Jon Ganues, Sr., “Posttraumatic Growth After Loss” explains how opportunities for growth are possible even after devastation. At the end of the course, you will be able to: 1.) Describe the concept of posttraumatic growth as a potential outcome of a healthy healing journey after suicide loss and 2.) Identify two specific ways that survivors may experience positive growth in their lives following suicide loss. You can take a look at this course by checking out the link here: https://psycharmor.org/courses/posttraumatic-growth-after-loss/ This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Join Us on Social Media PsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don’t Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
Danielle and Casey have the honor of sitting with esteemed journalist Chris Murphy (Vanity Fair, Vulture and a stand-up, amongst other things) to talk about his fascinating turn on the documentary The Housewife and the Hustler as well as his mid-afternoon comedy audition for Lu's cabaret show. He sheds light on Erica's "math not mathing", Kathy Hilton's messiness with no fingerprints, Ramona's stupidity and the many bus trips of RHONY this season. Plus we pay tribute to the passing of a beloved Real Housewives castmate, and read listener theories about what attributed to his...untimely passing
This January, Chris Murphy was diagnosed with Bell’s Palsy. Later that month, the Sloan bassist posted a photo on Instagram, stating, in part, "It’s a drag but it could be worse. I have a great doctor who is on top of my treatment. Of course, I hope I get better. If I had to sum up my feelings in a facial expression, it’s the one I have." It summed up the musician’s general approach to things — self-deprecated, a little jokey and mostly positive in dealing a genuinely scary situation. It wasn’t long before Murphy was performing again for an online audience, as the pandemic continued to make live performance impossible. Above all, Murphy possesses a devotion to a devoted fanbase that has stayed devoted to the Canadian rock band through 30 years and a dozen albums. The musician joined us to discuss Sloan’s journey, his side project Tuns and dealing with facial paralysis during an already horrible year.
Sarah watches "The Housewife and the Hustler," a Hulu doc named in honor of Danielle and Dana/Pam's appearances as the official experts in crime. Sarah recuses herself from shit-talking the crypt keeper of Franklin Lakes (...in a minute), by talking with another star of the doc, Chris Murphy (staff writer at Vanity Fair, tastemaker of all things Bravo). They unpack the devastating consequences of Tom's alleged crimes, why the past is important in understanding Sutton v. Crystal, and why LuAnn, Mensa member and astrophysicist, may owe Ramona a fruit basket after the white fragility starring role is (reportedly) reversed in the next ep. Eboni K. Williams is a queen, and this convo is royal-tea - it's Andy's Girls, Episode 227!- JOIN/LEVEL-UP THE ANDY'S GIRLS PATREON, AND ENJOY EXCLUSIVE BONUS EPISODES, INVITES TO SPECIAL EVENTS, AND THE OPPORTUNITY TO GUEST CO-HOST ON A FUTURE EP: https://www.patreon.com/AndysGirlsFOLLOW SARAH ON IG and help her hit 7k!: https://www.instagram.com/damegalli/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In this episode of the Pick the Pup Golf Show, Andy (@adplacksports) is joined by Chris Murphy (@CS_Murph), golf writer for the Action Network, to break down the entire betting board for the Palmetto Championship. Andy and Patrick share which players they will be targeting from each tier of the odds board, some players to avoid, and sleepers that can help you cash big! Thanks for listening and subscribing to the Pick the Pup Golf Show.
Irish TikToker, YouTuber and all around funny man, Chris Murphy, joined me for a slightly hungover chat on this week's episode of Finnterviews!We chatted all about Chris' journey from performing as a Billie Barry kid and the trauma's of working in children's amusements, to blowing up on TikTok, distrusting Tinder and becoming one the frontrunners in Irish LGBT+ comedy and the exciting plans Chris has in store for the future.Follow Chris:TikTok - https://www.tiktok.com/@chrisisainmdomInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/chrisisainmdom/?hl=enYouTube - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PI2S7bgGfQA&feature=youtu.beFollow Finnterviews:Instagram - https://tinyurl.com/yat3odr6Twitter - https://tinyurl.com/yx99bz5sFacebook - https://tinyurl.com/yyz8betnYouTube -https://tinyurl.com/26prhdu6TikTok - https://tinyurl.com/e4aauezn