TCK Live with Chris O’Shaughnessy
We are more than a little excited to welcome Chris O’Shaughnessy, a military ATCK, to the TCK Live microphone on Wednesday, February 10 at 4:00 PM EST. Hope is the central message Chris lives out. We’re looking forward to talking with him about Hope in a Time of Crisis–specifically Hope in the midst of an ongoing pandemic.
As we’re getting ready for TCK Live, we asked Chris a few super important questions that we know you’re so curious about. Here’s our rapid fire interview with him.
Rapid Fire Interview
Interaction: Chris, where’s the last place you used your passport?
Interaction: What’s your favorite accent to put on?
Chris: I love doing an over the top American accent… my friends call it the ‘Brad’ accent… it’s the one that sounds like a TV commercial overzealously selling things.
Interaction: Where have you not used your passport but really, really want to?
Chris: Mongolia… I yearn for the yurt life!
Interaction: What’s your favorite ice cream flavor?
Chris: Rainbow Sherbet
Interaction: White chocolate, milk chocolate, dark chocolate—or *gasps* no chocolate?
White chocolate… even though I know it’s technically not chocolate. It just tastes indulgent!
Interaction: As much as people hate to give fun facts, they always like to read them. So, what’s a fun fact about yourself we can share on the blog?
Chris: Hmmm… I once sort of shipwrecked a little bit on a Malaysian island. There was a big storm, monkeys were screaming all night (I did stay in a tent), and a boat arrived the next day to ferry our group home!
And voila! You know things about Chris you’ll probably never learn otherwise. Not even during TCK Live. However, now that he brought it up, we may have to debate the following: Is sherbet a subcategory of ice cream? Perhaps that could be subject for Chris and Jerry to unpack on Diesel and Clooney Unpack the World–the soon to be famous podcast O’Shaughnessy does with Jerry Jones.
Tune in to the next TCK Live to find out if we can weave a sherbet, shipwrecks, and a “Brad accent” into a discussion of hope. You can register here or join us on Facebook Live for our chat February 10.