Chris-in-the-morning: Love, Life and the Whole Karmic Enchilada

Chris in the morning Love Life and the Whole Karmic Enchilada Chris in the morning Love Life and The Whole Karmic Enchilada is the quintessential collection of Chris s unique insights and observations on just about every subject imaginable From the call of the

  • Title: Chris-in-the-morning: Love, Life and the Whole Karmic Enchilada
  • Author: Louis Chunovic
  • ISBN: 9780809237623
  • Page: 433
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chris in the morning Love, Life, and The Whole Karmic Enchilada is the quintessential collection of Chris s unique insights and observations on just about every subject imaginable From the call of the wild to the vagaries of love to the art of curing a hangover, this is a veritable aurora borealis of Chris s own recollections, speculations, dreams, and philosophies.

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    About "Louis Chunovic"

    1. Louis Chunovic

      A veteran journalist and published author, Louis Chunovic has reported on the media industry for than two decades, and during that time has covered national political conventions, media mergers and acquisitions and new media technologies.Chunovic also is the former on air Entertainment Reporter for KTTV, Fox Broadcasting, in Los Angeles He has appeared on CNBC, CNN and NPR, as well as on many other television and radio outlets, and has been quoted by The New York Times and Congressional Quarterly, among others He lives in the New York City area with his wife.

    304 thoughts on “Chris-in-the-morning: Love, Life and the Whole Karmic Enchilada”

    1. Nice book to dip into from time to time, but you do need to have watched the series from whence it came for it to have context (Northern Exposure).


    2. radio d.j.s in remote parts of "alaska" on televisions shows can seem quite philosophicalChris Stevens: Today, a belated apology to the much maligned Chicken Little. It turns out you were right - the sky is falling. The National Space Administration informs us that Uncle Sam's Com-Sat 4 satellite is in a rapidly decaying orbit. That's their way of saying a ton of angry space trash is heading back home at fifteen thousand miles an hour. What does that make me think of? Makes me think of a tricera [...]


    3. I've had this book for years and read it before, however as I am revisiting 'Northern Exposure' on DVD I thought it worthwhile to also re-read Chris's thoughts in print. Bottom-line? Much better to watch the DVDs. Ultimately this is the kind of lazily published collation of script bon mots that nowadays would be on the net in the form of Tumblr posts or memes. The editor has done almost zero work, and to make things even worse due to its publishing date it only covers the first three seasons of [...]


    4. The only thing that would make this book better is if it came with audio, to hear Chris himself reading his "-isms". =)



    5. Well that is a great tv show when the writers can compose a whole book around one secondary character! ok, Chris Stevens is not really a secondary character, he`s the glue for the bunch of Northern Exposure which I`ve come to love and cherishce, fast and inspiring read! I wish it was longer, though.


    6. The Opinions and Observations A-Z section was fun."Being There: I think when you are somewhere, you oughta be there. 'Cause it's not about how long you stay in a place. Its about what you do while you're there. And - when you go, will the place where you've been be any better off for your having been there?"


    7. The philosophy and themes of the writers of Northern Exposure are summed up in the words of Chris the DJ and Cicely's "minister". This ground breaking series is still one of my all time favorite TV shows and this book brings back the memories of some very profound moments.


    8. The quotes from Chris-in-the-Morning are wonderful. The editor's comments that introduce the quotes, however, are awkwardly written and pretty corny. Great compilation of quotes from a wonderful TV series, though!


    9. not entirely sure how to classify this one in terms of "shelves" . . . but i AM sure that this is a good book to read to the Northern Exposure soundtrack . . .


    10. I think you have to have watched Northern Exposure to get into this book. I read some funny bits but it really didn't do anything for me.


    11. Wonderful anti-reading to all the hig profile low intelligence marketing and philosophy books. Common sense reading for people who look through the clutter.


    12. This book was an easy and fun read. It mentioned quotes from and facts about people that made me want to research and read more. That's always a plus in my book. No pun intended. :) 3.75 stars



    13. This book came out during the time period of Northern Exposure, and it contains the ramblings of Chris the deejay.


    14. If you are a fan of Northern Exposure, this book is a delight. All of Chris-In-The-Morning's philosophical musings in one place. A great dipping book.


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