DiscoverThe Chris Top Program
The Chris Top Program

The Chris Top Program

Author: Chris Top

Subscribed: 0Played: 2
Share

Description

TCTP is home to No Name-The Dark Web Serial Killer. Subscribe on the website and to the show itself and never miss one episode.
Chris Top is also a Zedge Premium ringtone creator.
582 Episodes
Reverse
Rideshare Stories Episode 7

Rideshare Stories Episode 7

2019-12-0700:03:23

“ Your backpack is on fire”I guess Nik is short for Nikki or maybe Nikole? Anyway, I was notified by Lyft and drove over to the Marathon gas station on Riverside Drive to pick up Nik. I could tell she was relieved when I arrived. She told me about a man who had offered her a ride three different times. Her plan was to walk to McDonald's for coffee and then take a Lyft home. The determined stranger offering his service made Nik feel pretty uncomfortable so she felt safer getting a ride to both stops. “The man was driving down Riverside drive, trying to convince me to get in his car while everyone behind him was honking,” Nik told me. On the way to McDonald's we talked about how she probably made a great decision turning the man down all three times. I parked and waited for her to come back with her coffee so I could take her home. She had offered to grab me a cup too but I already had some I'd made at home. I rarely drive without coffee by my side. I cracked the windows while I was waiting and noticed a pretty overwhelming burning smell. It was strong like incense and my eyes actually started to water a little. I kept looking outside trying to figure out where the smell was coming from. The odor was so strong! It was almost like it was coming from the inside of my Jeep. The funny thing, it was coming from inside of my Jeep. I happened to look down at the backpack Nik had left in the floorboard. It was on fire. I calmly got out and noticed my passenger exiting with her warm cup of coffee in hand. “Is something wrong,” Nik asked me. I said, “Well, your backpack is on fire.” I continued around the vehicle, opened the passenger door, and pulled out the burning object. I shook the backpack until a cigar fell from what was left of the side pocket. She frantically apologized and seemed incredibly embarrassed. I told her this was a first, no one had ever tried to set my Jeep on fire. We laughed about it on the way to her house. She mentioned how this was probably a sign she should quit smoking. This is how I look at the whole experience. I got to save Nik two times in one day. Once from a crazy stalker and once from an exploding backpack. It's a little bit of an exaggeration but hey, it's my #ridesharestoryShare your story with https://www.christopprogram.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/groups/999481740192569/ and we may use it on the podcast.
Rideshare Stories Episode 6

Rideshare Stories Episode 6

2019-11-3000:02:20

Trip To WalgreensI had just dropped a guy off on Dunlop and immediately got an Uber alert to pick up a retired couple from Premier. After arriving, I jumped out of the Jeep and helped the gentleman with his walker while his wife sat in the backseat. I went around and opened the door so he could keep her company. As soon as I pulled out, the little old lady said, “Quite the haircut you have there, are you a wrestler or something?” I told her I was actually not a good enough actor for that.They went on to tell me how much they missed living in Florida but ended up here to be near family. As we got closer to exit one I was asked if I minded going through the Walgreen drive thru before taking them home. I explained how I would make the special stop because she loved my hair so much. They suggested I pull up to the window so her husband could speak to the employee. After the polite, “welcome to Walgreens”, things went downhill. My passenger said he had an order called in. The team member asked him to repeat the name and the old fellow screamed out his name and said, ARE YOU DEAF!” I shrunk down in my seat and acted like I was interested in something in the next parking lot. My passenger had trouble reaching the window to give them his credit card and I was unable to back up because of the car behind me. His wife ended up getting out of the jeep and waiting outside by the window. When the employee appeared again with the prescription he politely asked her how she was doing. Her response, “Can you smell that food cooking out here?” The man behind the window mentioned how he wished he could smell it from inside. The old woman then said, “No you don't because it STINKS.” By this time I was practically under my seat. The little old lady made her way back to the rear passenger seat and told her husband he was embarrassing and had no patience. I'm grateful she keeps him in check. I love old people. Whats your Rideshare story? Share it with The ChrisTopProgram.com or Clarksville Rideshare Stories on Facebook. We may use it on the podcast!
Rideshare Stories Episode 5

Rideshare Stories Episode 5

2019-11-2800:01:55

Alvin“I woke up this morning and found my roommate dead.”Typically, when I ask a passenger how the day is so far, I don’t get that kind of response. Alvin is staying at the Salvation Army for a while. Alvin said, “When we turned the lights on he was blue,” The poor guy passed away in his sleep. He was only 59 and his kids would never come see him.I can remember thinking 59 was old when I was in my twenties. As I approach 48 it seems terribly young and tragic to me. The poor guy had evidently lost everything and passed on in his bed with no goodbyes or an I love you.I’m not entirely sure what the take away from this story would be. Maybe it’s a sign to just be nice to people and smile when I get a chance. Could be the last thing that stranger sees. It’s something I can do without spending a dime and it could make a small impact.I guess it’s easy to take love for granted sometimes... well until people stop saying it.Here’s to Working On Being Awesome!Oh, I took Alvin apartment hunting. I hope he finds a nice place.#WOBA #ridesharestories
Rideshare Stories Episode 4

Rideshare Stories Episode 4

2019-11-2400:02:18

Disposable Cameras I can remember buying disposable cameras, taking 50 pictures, and waiting a week or two to see the outcome. Opening the envelope of freshly developed photos was always a special occasion. I’d share the tiny glimpses with my friends and family and we’d be wrapped in an extraordinary moment together.Today I scroll through Facebook & Instagram. My phone has access to more pictures than anyone has in a basement full of photo albums collecting dust. I click like and move on to the next one.I certainly miss the connection and seeing the expression on faces as I guide fellow explorers through a thick book of pages. I long for telling and hearing the stories each snapshot holds behind the glossy surface.I had the honor of giving Jerry with K1NG Photography a Lyft last week. He happened to be in town shooting a wedding. He reminded me, through his passion and love of snapping a picture, how important film is. He explained lenses, lighting, and a handful of other things over my head.I’m happy we have people like Jerry in the world who care and don’t let the power of technology dampen his love of his craft. His talent shines in all of his photos and it’s obvious he knows what he’s talking about.I guess my most valuable pictures are the ones from my lowest points. These photos are priceless because they remind me of how far I’ve come. They all have a bit of a tragic story behind them and that’s okay. It’s good because the hard lessons forced me to make life changing decisions. 📸 #WOBA #ridesharestories
Rideshare Stories Episode 3

Rideshare Stories Episode 3

2019-11-2400:02:08

Deborah - The Rockstar “What do you do at Ahava Healthcare of Clarksville?” I asked Deborah. “I clean the rooms,” she told me.The conversation could of moved on to the next subject quickly after her answer because we had 15 minutes to fill.I mentioned how important I felt her job is at AHAVA. This is when I noticed without a doubt Deborah takes pride in what she does each day.She worked in Nashville for 8 years until an opening was available here in Clarksville. They needed the help and she was the right fit for the job. She likes it here because cost of living is so much better. Her employer also paid for her moving expenses.The way Deborah talked about her job I find it highly unlikely dirt or grime has a chance whenever she’s on the lookout. The patients love her because they know things will get cleaned when this lady is working.Of course her own house is just as clean and she makes her bed every morning. Her job is part of who she is and she holds her head high knowing she does her part in taking good care of anyone who stays in the facility.“Sometimes they call me in on my day off and I go on in,” Deborah explained. I mentioned they should pay for her Lyft when they make her come on her days off. She said they do sometimes. She went on to tell me the administrator has a gift waiting for her.I’m happy Ahava recognizes what they have in Deborah. She’s given them 10 years of loyalty and hard work. She goes in on her days off and really cares about giving those patients a clean room.She may have the most important job of anyone I know.Glad I got to meet you Deborah 🙂I just hope I pick her up again sometime. I want to know what the administrator got her!#WOBA #ridesharestories
Rideshare Stories Episode 2

Rideshare Stories Episode 2

2019-11-2200:02:26

Kara And Her Character Hanging out in my super clean 2014 Jeep Compass waiting for Lyft or Uber to set me up with a passenger.Toward the end of my 200 mile day yesterday I gave Kara a drive to her job at Walmart. She was only working a three or four hour shift. I can tell Kara takes pride in her job because she’s in uniform and likes to get there early.This is our third ride together. Kara has been relatively quite on previous trips, but we managed to finally break the ice. I said, “It must be frustrating to get bombarded by customers as soon as you walk in.” Last trip, I'd noticed she was stopped as soon as the door slid open entering Walmart. She explained how the customer was complaining he’d lost a dollar in the machine. She further told me she handed a buck to the young man without hesitation. He walked away without a hint of gratitude.This story isn’t about manners or ungrateful customers. This is a story about Kara and her character. She could have easily told the guy she wasn’t on the clock, sent him to a department halfway across the store, or simply ignored him. Kara lost a dollar before she ever clocked in to work. Her gift, however, is worth more than anything Walmart could ever pay her. This simple act of kindness is a testimony to humanity. No one can put a price on that. Kara will make a great leader one day... Lucky Walmart.It is my hope this short but true story will remind us all of the importance of kindness. Give those hard working retail and restaurant employees a break. Maybe they all aren’t as kind as Kara, but they all deserve to be treated like human beings. The same way we all expect to get our dollar back from a broken machine or a new salad because we got the wrong dressing.#WOBA #ridesharestories
Rideshare Stories Episode 1

Rideshare Stories Episode 1

2019-11-2200:03:17

Surrounded By A Lot Of Good “I’d die for my country without a second thought.” “I was at my lowest right before I was arrested for trespassing while high on meth.” “When I was a crossing guard I’d help kids with homework because we usually had an extra 15 minutes.”I’ve been driving for Uber & Lyft lately for extra money. As many of you now know it’s my main source of income. I feel like I meet hero’s at least once a day. It’s amazing how others will open up when trapped for 5 minutes to an hour with a seasoned interviewer. I said it jokingly but it’s true. Being behind the wheel is a lot like being behind my mic. It’s an adventure each time I give someone a ride. I never know what sort of stories I’ll have the opportunity to explore. A few weeks ago I picked up a Green Beret. I could see the passion in his eyes and hear it in his voice. He wholeheartedly feels dying for our country is the greatest possible honor. He told me all of his men feel the same way and explained to me how they keep him young and motivated.. seriously... dude looked like Captain America. One of my first rides was a lovely young girl who needed a Lyft to her job at Burger King. I had the pleasure of also taking her home after a shift once as well. She talked about how she was so high once while she was working as a server she fell asleep standing up. Later she was found passed out in her car at work. Eventually she was arrested and explained to me that’s the best thing that ever happened to her. Last we spoke she had 1 week to go in a local rehab. This particular rehab has a 60% success rate. “This is a lot better than the average,” she told me. Her optimism was unbelievable and she inspired me. This morning I took a kind lady to work who honestly cares about kids. “The daycare I work at sold the vans because none of the teachers wanted to take kids on field trips at the time.” She went on to tell me it’s tragic because some of these children never get a chance to go to the park or roller skating. She continues to help them with homework even though it isn’t in her job description. I’m surrounded by a lot of good here in Clarksville and it makes me want to be a better man. I’m proud to call these people my neighbors.
This will be the final indie artist interview on The Chris Top Program. We could not think of a better performer to say goodbye with than Alayna. She has a Christmas release party coming up so I'm sure THIS will be the show to get you into the spirit of the season! We will broadcast LIVE on The ChrisTopProgram.com and Facebook live. As always you can listen anytime afterwards on all of the platforms. #WOBA
LISTEN TO ALL EPISODES OF NO NAME IN ORDER ON https://www.spreaker.com/show/no-name-the-dark-web-serial-killerI have always been drawn to the art of taking someone’s life. There are so many ways one can do it, just as there are options on a restaurant menu. You are hungry for pizza? I’m hungry for the kill. One day, a man who calls himself Mr. Dickens found me, knowing the things I was hungry for, and hired me to kill a terrible man who should have never been born in the first place. I work for him now, doing the same thing’s I’ve always done, just for money and a place to lay my head and a dark web platform to perform on. I don’t ask questions. I don’t fail. I just kill. If I don’t, he promises the entirety of the dark web will witness my execution. This may seem like a little much to you, that someone like me would actually exist, but that’s just how I do business.Subscribe to see who I kill next. https://www.christopprogram.com/no-nameLISTEN TO ALL EPISODES OF NO NAME IN ORDER ON https://www.spreaker.com/show/no-name-the-dark-web-serial-killer
Everybody Grows Up

Everybody Grows Up

2019-11-1500:04:56

Whats your story? Send it to chris@christopprogram.com or on the contact page at ChrisTopProgram.comIf we love it we will tell it for you OR if you live in the area we will let you do the talking.
No Name Episode 1 L I E S Coming October 28th to The ChrisTopProgram.comSubscribe https://www.christopprogram.com/no-nameand follow all of NO NAME'S socials on the same page for opportunities to win unique merch.
No Name Episode 1 L I E S Coming October 28th to The ChrisTopProgram.comSubscribe https://www.christopprogram.com/no-nameand follow all of NO NAME'S socials on the same page for more opportunities to win!
No Name Episode 1 L I E S Coming October 28th to The ChrisTopProgram.comSubscribe https://www.christopprogram.com/no-nameand follow all of NO NAME'S socials on the same page for more opportunities to win!
No Name Episode 1 L I E S Coming October 28th to The ChrisTopProgram.comSubscribe https://www.christopprogram.com/no-nameand follow all of NO NAME'S socials on the same page for more opportunities to win!
No Name Episode 1 L I E S Coming October 28th to The ChrisTopProgram.comSubscribe https://www.christopprogram.com/no-name
No Name, the dark web serial killer begins his rampage on Monday the 28th on The Chris Top Program.Subscribe here https://www.christopprogram.com/no-name
All Work And No Play

All Work And No Play

2019-10-1600:07:51

Original by Ali TopRead by Chris TopBased off of The Shining by Stephen King ChrisTopProgram.com
The Tell-Tale Heart

The Tell-Tale Heart

2019-10-1600:11:10

ChrisTopProgram.com
Your 1 stop for all things Clarksville music.We support, so you flourish.
Straight Outta Elm Street

Straight Outta Elm Street

2019-10-1100:00:25

Happy Halloween from The ChrisTopPrgram.com
loading
Comments 
loading
Download from Google Play
Download from App Store