Episode 3: 4/5-4/11 - Montel Jackson, Ricky Simon, and Chris Curtis
Inside the Darkside - The Official Podcast of Iridium Sports Agency
On our third episode of Inside the Darkside, we are bringing you a recap of our clients' recent results, a preview of upcoming fights, and of course, a few exclusive interviews! Montel Jackson (@montelquikjackson) joins the show coming off of his recent knockout win at UFC Vegas 22, followed by Ricky Simon (@rickysimonufc), who has started 2021 with a bang, going 2-0 already this year. Chris Curtis (@kingofcombat_513) rounds out our interviews for this week fresh off of a victory at iKon Fighting Federation in Mexico, marking his second ground and pound win in 2021. Please subscribe, leave a positive review, and share with your fellow fight fans - we greatly appreciate all of you!
Entretiens #43: Chris Curtis et la grande aventure socio-financée
Près de deux ans après son premier passage à l'émission, le journaliste Chris Curtis vient nous parler de sa nouvelle aventure, celle du reportage indépendant sociofinancé, en collaboration avec le média Ricochet
White House DOWN! Soft Men & Entrepreneurship |EP 2| FT Chris Curtis II
YF Dizzy TV
Red Pill Experience Hosted By YF Dizzy Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1_f... Spotify Music : YF Dizzy Instagram @ YF.DIZZY @YFDIZZYTV More Of Chris Curtis! IG: @christophercurtisii Youtube: ChrisTV
I welcomed Chris Curtis to Italo’s Blog Talk Radio once again to expand on his experience going through his rehabilitation gave him a second chance to life after a tragic car accident in 1984 that left him quadriplegic. Follow Chris in TikTok @ctop_still_rolling
Imagine how your life may change in a split instant after a near fatal car accident that leaves you quadriplegic and bound to a wheelchair for the rest of your life. Chris navigates the listener through his struggles after that fateful accident and how he copes with it today. Very inspiring and moving story.
Chris Curtis is the former producer of Dennis and Callahan, Kirk and Callahan and Mut and Callahan. He's also the producer for the Greg Hill Morning Show on WEEI. Today, he woke the sleeping bear and called Kirk the most pathetic thing he's ever seen. Ned Snark, Brandon in Wilkes, Chris from Wakefield and DEC begged to differed and presented plenty of evidence that Curtis is wrong and that he himself is bad radio. In this podcast, we listen along to Curtis's embarrassing appearance on Richard Deitsch's podcast in 2015, along with some greatest hits along the way where Curtis was at his most compromised.Remember, WEEI would love your calls at 617-779-7937.Thank you to the greatest toothpaste company in the world, Dr. Sheffield's Natural Toothpaste and Two Tours CBD where you get free shipping by going to http://twotours.com/minifan
Why good pollsters are filled with doubt: interview with YouGov's Chris Curtis
Never Mind The Bar Charts
I often talk about opinion poll data with guests on Never Mind The Bar Charts, so this time to talk about what we can read into the polls – and what we shouldn’t – I was joined by a pollster, YouGov’s Chris Curtis. We started off with discussing what a pollster actually does all day... Feedback very welcome, and do share this podcast with others who you think may enjoy it.Show notesOne of those quirky YouGov polling questions. British Polling Council. The great Yes, Prime Minister sketch on leading poll questions. Research that shows the accuracy of political opinion polls. New UK pollster Redfield & Wilton Strategies. YouGov's issues tracker showing the sustained interest in the environment. Chris Curtis on Twitter.Enjoy the show? Spread the wordFollow the show on Twitter. Like the show on Facebook.
The Irish parliament meets today to begin its search for a new prime minister. Dara Doyle tells Bloomberg Westminster's Roger Hearing and Sebastian Salek why we might not have seen the last of Leo Varadkar.Plus, the EU delays signing off on its Brexit negotiating position, as French President Emmanuel Macron pushes for more demanding conditions from the U.K. Ian Wishart joins from Brussels to discuss that, and explains why ancient Greek statues have been introduced to the conversation.And Chris Curtis, political research manager at YouGov, lays out why law and order may be the next big battle ground for Labour and the Tories.