26 Burst results for "Amaral"
"amaral" Discussed on Daily Pop
"I can not believe you so accident prone, Nina. I mean, you are taking a big risk dating one of the most adventurous men in the world, Sean white. I mean, do you have to pretend like you know how to snowboard? Or did you already know going in? I actually have been snowboarding since I was really little. I skied first and then I switched over to snowboarding at probably 8 or 9. So I think he was more surprised when we went for the first time. He was expecting me. He was expecting to wait for me. And it was quite the opposite. I had already passed him by landslide. And so yeah, now I can keep up. Oh my God, are you freaking out about the Winter Olympics? 'cause if my man was in the Winter Olympics, honey, I would be in Beijing in two seconds, okay? I'd be like, Jay-Z to Beyoncé, just right by his side. Yeah, no, I'm really excited for him. Just to get into the Olympics at all, is one of the hugest accomplishments, let alone to get him 5 times. And I'm so excited. I'm so proud of him. I love that. Now Jules, I know you and I just met, but I feel like we're Friends, so I can call you Jules. This energy healing that you tried in Switzerland. You know, I, everybody was freaking out. Went viral. Things got crazy. I have to know, are you still doing this? And do we all need to try it? Yeah, I was actually just in Napa. This last weekend with John, amaral, his wife, Christina, and on another retreat. So it's interesting because, look, when you see something like this, it's hard to understand, but it is, you know, I think we're living in a day in an age right now where this isn't as woohoo as you think it is. It just is definitely weird to look at. Oh, 100%, you know, I think you have to try everything at least once. I always say that in life and you never know what's oh, I say you have to try anything at least three times. 100%. When it comes to dating, I'm like, we have to try this three times before we say no to it. Okay. But if you have to try anything this week, get fresh vine wine. The rose and the Chardonnay, it's a little smoky. I love the smoky shard days. If you like a smoky chart, it is amazing. Julian and Nina, thank you guys so much for joining us. I really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Appreciate it. Anytime and you guys good to see you. Sharing their tips with E for achieving your goals in 2022, so scan that QR code to find out more. Let's get these ladies some wine over here. Coming up, the new Swiss girls reunion rumor and why it'll be the hardest ticket to snack. Don't go anywhere..
"amaral" Discussed on Charger Chat
"Or what's his jacket size for can't gonna be, all right? Okay, Ken later on, dude. Bro yeah. That's so beaten up. We are about this kicker situation. Sign them up, get them in case. Right. Three main. Object size. He was the bright spot of Sunday. He was that bright of a bright spot that we can't help but sing his praise. Daniel long, and thank you for asking the question as far as the jacket says, yeah, we're too long. Sounds good to me. 48 long 48 long, I like it. Let's move it on down to seniora snappy. Who asks the question? Yes. How great was the new kick man? He kicked the ball through the polls very straight. I liked it very much that he got all the kid man points. Belly check was a pain in the ass and not seen not say on Halloween. Let me leave that shot just want to have great success. He love you by the Nora. Yes. Yes. Yeah, he kicked the ball through the polls, very straight. That's all we ask for. Just take it straight through the poll. It's not much more than that. And they will have great success. I still am excited about all these upcoming games. Let's just get one, let's flip the script, get one more win. We'll get back into the rhythm, everyone will feel better during the week and then we'll be okay. Yeah. We do keep playing these teams that have layups the week before, though, the eagles just absolutely smashed on the line. I really did, yeah. Yeah, that's kind of odd. Yeah, back to back, because the Patriots just annihilated the jets before we play them. They just get these nice little confidence boost alley oops before they come out and play. Shit, that is a good point. Well, we're due for one. We're doing. So we're coming back to senior snappy, thank you for asking the question. Move it on now to house of hayne. Who asked the question this just in. The Chargers need to learn to stop the run. They need to stop the run. That is all. They love you by. Yeah. It's in. The pick is in. Yeah, we agree. Brutal. Nothing, nothing to argue with their house of pain. Thank you for making the point. We move it on now. Concur. To it's either Eric, amaral, or Erica, moral either way. They're next. They ask the question. Eric here. Pro. New kick man. A 100% on the day. Lombardy exciting play calling 0% on the day. Even though it's totally been a stretch of two poor games coming off the boy week with an additional week to prepare. Feels like we should have been more impressive. It's our bodies play calling to breeze oriented, and do you think Lombardy's seat is starting to get a little lukewarm? K love your boy. No, no. No, he's just gotta thumb up his butthole, that's already warm. They talked about it there's a lot in the postgame. Justin talked about it. Brandon talked about it. They played a very conservative defense. You have to nickel and dime down the field. And in order to nickel and dime down the field, you have to catch the ball, right? These short little passes, if you one drop, okay, now it's third and third and long and now they're in an obvious situation and they're playing that conservative defense. You have to complete passes. We ran the ball really well. We had over a 160 yards rushing. That's huge for us. I don't think that I don't think it's the play calling. It's the execution. What do you want to throw deep balls every play? Yeah, that's fun. It's backyard football. You're gonna get a lot of interceptions. You're gonna have a lot of Philip Rivers type plays, which no one was happy about back then. Lombardi's job is not even slightly lukewarm. I think he's doing a good job calling plays. We got to execute and catch balls. That's it. Get these guys rolling. It'll be a lot easier and we won't have these conversations at all. There you go. Eric Amarillo or Erica morrow? Thank you for asking the question. He said Eric here. My bad, Eric. God damn it, the worst, sorry. Let's move it on to coach. Ligo and shout out to okey donkey 'cause you both pretty much asked the same thing, but I'm gonna go with coach Lago on this one and so here we go. Shit. Okay, that's Ellie. Damn it. That was frustrating. What's the really the O more? Right side of the old line? Man, can't must be jealous because judo was his group on. Got his group on Herbert all day. Or these drops that come at the worst times. At least it seems. We have a kicker now? You love me by. Hold up. Shit. Sorry, we wanted Joe latro. The high pitched guy from I love you, man, who just like kept getting hype is like. That's tough. But the good question they're Jo so I didn't like them grew up in my boy as much as they did and that game wasn't a fan of that at all. You would have rather been the one doing it. But what do you think is more frustrating, or what's hurting as well? Is it the O liners at the drops? Drops for me. Oh my bad, but yeah, the drops are bad. Yeah, I think the drops hurt more because it's like the ball's there. Like we're getting the ball to him. It's just like they got to make the catch. They got to pull it in. One turned into a turnover, you know, like, yeah, that's rough. So I think that's the answer here. Coach Lanka, it's the drops. You can't hurt no. But thank you for asking the question. Let's move it on now to salty sports guy. And shout out to Bobby, who has pretty much the same question, but I'm going to go with salty sports guy on this one, and it goes something like this. So I guess we all know if TT made a move by the time the show airs, but on this Halloween night or decided to gauge into my manscaped crystal balls and so ninja Tom addressing both defensive tackle and Roy tackle. So my question is, was the candy I stole from my kids back laced for me to believe this? It depends on how much chocolate you ate my friend. It's the chocolate is what you're hallucinate. Skews your vision..
"amaral" Discussed on Charger Chat
"Games and needing big plays. Okay, I'll get by. I mean, Joey boasts the first of all. And he's just always got that like, yeah, I mean, whatever. It's just music. He's a cool guy. His energy is so low in interviews, and that's why on game day, it just comes off. So to answer the question, I do think that in a situation where we needed a big play, we would go to you would try to force it a little bit more. Try to find more creative ways to get the ball to Keenan and Mike, but it's not a necessity. So if you're going to win ball games without having to do that, why, why force it? You know what I mean? Take what they give you and move on. It's not about one person. That's why that's why I love football so much. It's the ultimate team sport. You could be doing your job just by taking double coverage and allowing guys to get open. And we spread it around. They were flying so high in doing so well leading up to this game. It's just they were scheming. If anything I'm feeling more optimism for coaches, find different ways to win. You get creative, you speak. If you do the same thing every week you're gonna get you're gonna get caught into the teams that don't that are finding new ways to win. It's harder to keep track of what they're doing. So I think, you know, I think they're gonna come bounce back for sure. I'm not that concerned about it. Well, there you go. Wildebeest, thank you for asking the question, we move on now to Eric, amaral. Who asked the question? Here you hosers. I know it's a small sample size so far this year, but Justin Jackson looks like he's shifting the ped on his opportunities this year. He seems more indecisive than ever behind the line of scrimmage. Do you guys think he's seeing his last snap since the charger? Okay, love you bye. Take off a take off. Take off his Jackson got shake off it. He's a beauty. Jelly donut. He's, I don't know. I much rather watch round sheet run. He's still doing that thing where he just shakes so much. He tap dances for like a second and that doesn't do anything and the defenders just come and cream them. Yeah, he had like one good run in that last game, but most of the time he's always getting met. In the backfield and not all the other running backs that's happening to them. There's clearly something going on with him. I don't see why you would really consider bringing him back next year, like with how he's been playing. I don't know, what are your thoughts, coach? Yeah, I don't know. It does seem like a drop in production. He caught a couple balls out of the backfield which is nice, but Austin does a pretty damn good job of that. So I just don't think it's seen anything extra out of him that's gonna qualify for a second contract. So yeah, I think you get what you can out of now. If there's injuries, you play him more, but I think he's getting an unnecessary amount of snaps right now. Agreed. Moving around tree. Yeah, I mean, Eckler did have to step out for a hot minute and obviously came back in and still performed, but yeah, that's roundtree. Can you give it to round tree? Give them a little. We haven't seen them any Josh Kelly this year. Has been activated yet. Which is which is interesting, but hey, it's all good. Thank you, Eric amaral for asking the question we appreciate it. Moving on now to an old favorite of ours. Doggy. Who asked the question how much of a concern do you guys have about our receivers outside of Keenan and Mike? I see fans who just always expect nothing from guyton, even though we have two good receivers and a great cast of tight ends as well as akula. Based on what I have seen from guyton and what team Billy hasn't been able to do in Jacksonville, it feels like we were going to have the same problems regardless if we kept T Billy over guyton. Speaking about Jacksonville and regardless how you feel about the ownership slash front office at the Chargers, how happy do you feel that a deal was never talked about between the team and a certain coach who will most likely become an urban myth in the NFL after the past weekend? I like the plan words. We've dogged some serious bullets recently. We wanted. We were talking about it. We were hyping it up. We didn't get the sky. We wanted it. We wanted to attack a Milo after God. We are not in that nobody listens to us, right? The guyton thing like, I don't know, man. He's not on my shit list as much as a lot of people have him on their shit list. You know, he definitely doesn't have very strong hands, and that's just a reality, right? But I think he can be still be very serviceable and can, you know, he's going to be more of a game plan specific guy. Like you're going to have to have the coverages that you can utilize him against, then, you know, that you can take the top off of, so it'll be interesting to see there's just there's just embarrassment of riches right now. Stephen Anderson, all three of our tight ends are catching balls going crazy. Mike Williams, Keenan Allen catching balls going crazy. Austin ekeler catching balls going crazy. Let's just watch that Steven Anderson catch that big wide open catch on third down and stuck out of the backfield. He was that fullback remember about him playing that fullback? That was it. They had him back at fullback and he's acted like he was gonna go block somebody and snuck out into the open field. Pretty sweet. Yeah, so yeah, we just have so many weapons. It's like, I don't know, I don't even know what would happen if you put another top wide receiver one in that slot spot. Would it be that drastically different than what we're getting now? I just don't think there's so many you can only throw the ball so many times a game. You can't get the number three receiver that many looks. I think there's something to be said for that, you know, everyone was like, T Billy, what the fuck? You know, he's not doing all that much over in Jacksonville. So no one is, they're not just a bit of a mess. Yeah, that's kind of a tough one. That's a pretty trappy spot for that poor guy to end up. Yeah, in retrospect. But hey, is what it is, oki doggy, thank you for asking the question, we move on now to blond surfer. Who asks the question? Let's go. I was on the board and good old Santa Monica when lightning struck. Then I saw my pants rising, and I knew I was fully bolted the fuck up. Kahuna kahuna, we got a big tuna. We brought those stupid shit raiders back down to mother earth and we are in first place baby. One question before I write off into the sunset with a couple coconuts in my hands, we can all agree the writers didn't lock up Keenan and Mike, right? We can all agree the scheme and game plan Lombardi wanted to jam in this game was created more to detect ends and the RBs, yes? Both up chachos. Hold your girls coconuts today. Can't love you bye. That's what I thought you meant by coconuts. That's what I thought. I'm a fan of the coconuts. That's for sure. They didn't like them down. Come on now. Wow. That's Bradley's defense doesn't lock much down, man..
"amaral" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"And if they went with that kirby he just washed up some first off the wash up thing is totally to me a a straight up like hamas jute link's awakening 'cause. That's that's yeah so. I think i think you're literally gonna utilize kirby as your multi because what sexy and the media world today for movies information and everything goes in space you know and then they can connect two different worlds from their space. Themed characters like metro f zero. We still haven't gotten there. Never going to announce enough zero. But i was out. I was expecting a second tier franchise i had. I didn't expect kirby. I thought i thought donkey kong because we haven't seen in a bit. We haven't seen dog bit. I know retro is making frigging the new metro prime. So they're busy with that. So i don't know if we'll see a donkey kong expecting something different. I i just kind of hoping it was like a star fox or or pigment floor is not ready yet and you know. They're making it but yeah okay. Well yeah kirby Let's see what else monster hunter rise some break roger The next smash the last mash character is next week. We'll see that ruined. Sora gets really building up there. I think the only thing a tip tab because of melody that that game that came out so i be if that would probably pair it with like. Oh all the kingdom hearts are on the switch now probably that probably be like a thing Animal crossing get it on direct. I don't plan on crossing so it doesn't matter to me They showed off. More of mario party superstars looking good Nights of the old republic is coming to. This does not the remake but the old one like if you want. I mean the publishing company policy but there's arc i think is the noah's ark there's one who just constantly does all Specifiers at your the ones who did jeddah outcasts wanted to and tonight giac kademi so amaral a commanders. Going their hands on racer. Yeah the rereleasing. All the old stuff which is again. It's nice to see where we're getting all the and sixty four. Ps one xbox ps two game cube era stuff. So that's lost you. Do i think want at the end of the disney. Yeah oh no disney wants that because now oh we get because well all the sarwar stuff is all connected right so you get more of the lor for everybody out there. You go Let's the super. Mario brothers movies gonna get rule. Interesting got close. I'll let you take the point on this because this is near and dear to you all right. So we got chris pratt as mario on taylor joy as peach. Perfect charlie day. As luigi. And i can't wait to see that jack black is bowser which no wrong perot balancer. On my deathbed keegan. Michael key as towed perfect seth rogan as donkey kong. Nope and the ad some. I think fred armistead is going to be like cranky kong. I think or something like that. And some other. Ones charles martinet who the actual voice of mario and luigi and warrior wall luigi and and donkey kong. He's he's to be in the movie. But it's just not playing the role of mario which i was okay so i i honestly didn't think they will go with this way to be honest..
"amaral" Discussed on PLAYING GAMES with Strangers
"Dangerous. I did one hostage every minutes. Walk innocent you actually say that out loud or above the door either way already out that haflinger slowly wide interest pu who has look on his face. He recognizes the situation of seem. He's and he's just starts to kind of scuttle towards the door. At this point stumble. I gonna look at wilder and say plan a didn't go according to Well it didn't work. So i think maybe it's time for subterfuges. Snickering now. Gladly turned the reins over to you. King sir is there a column in order boggles still inside and done know what they're doing. I have a feeling it's not gonna work either. I i not connected to this half work off. I didn't. I didn't walk in with him. Is there an opening to the backs. Are you outside looking for the calendar. Oh you're talking about. Is there a bathroom. Like oh yeah. There's they don't the you you you don't see the oven you're at like the kitchen. No there's a door but we're you're standing. It's kind of like a glass bakery. It's not an open door to the back now so i can't roll over the counter. You could yeah well since. My style didn't apparently go and i don't want to talk to you anymore. Exert young love will die today. Goodbye so stableford leans in. They're not coming out. Can i try to roll over the counter instead. Buffet your if you want to. I'm not gonna tell you what you can and can't do. I mean i weigh listened. Ten pounds now i should. I don't think that means what you. So what athletics acrobat. Yeah all one you're going to be. This is gonna be acrobatics at disadvantage. Okay as you're one you're short and to you are currently under the influence so we take the second one right all right. So here's here's how this how the national one friends. I saw that that was. Here's how this house listening audience. Hey natural ones don't count for skill checks only attack we're going to. It's going to count rate here or bog. In all his five foot three nece or however tall he is foot healed amaral a counter any runs towards the counter and he with his arms up and he he jumps up and he smacks into the side of the counter and just kind of does that and wipe down the front of it and he and the the half behind the counter looks he goes. I think your friends left sir. You might want to go with them is gone. He's also wilder. Some people was with me. I'd like everybody outside to make a perception check. Oh yeah all three of you here or bog going off and telling everything. He's shouting right there so to go around back then so alien is in here right. Maybe we don't know. I believe that. The man behind the counter wasn't telling the truth. He knows where she is but he wasn't a cop to it. I think it's protected. I tried to cost but it didn't work. So how did you the truth. I thought you're making a joke about by bad if you if you would like to know that truth if you'd like to go back in there let's go back in there okay. I'm going to go around. I apologize squid i. I didn't take increasingly hostile in there while he's doing that and i mean like i'm going to go around see if there's a door and so you you if you took off spell slide then okay no one made a save things just mean okay and and as constellation. I'll give you. I'll give you inspiration. Haiti daddy what. I'm going to post up as lookout at frontier. Great would you like to accompany me. Yeah did you see anything when you inside. Good way to get in. Well no there is. There is back there was a door. So i assume they have back door probably for delivery or whatnot so in sight after you i will head towards the back and pu looks at the at the three of you kind of holds his hands up as shrugs. Like what am i supposed to be doing. Watch and when oil comes out maybe keep an eye on them. Maybe pick him up here. Come up i. He looks he looks at you like he got any points himself and then he points inside and he goes and he gestures like should i go into go get or bog. You'd see himself out on this one pass trace. He may be providing a good distraction for callum wilder. And he goes no. He doesn't cause he's mouth can open but he just kind of gives you not subtle at all week and a thumbs up a good boy around to the back. All right so you have passed without trace going So i'm assuming you guys are still around to the back of the building i head. Roll some stealth checks and add ten plus ten. That would be twenty three nineteen all right so you guys make your way around to the back of the building like a back door there any windows as someone who has worked in a kitchen before as it propped open their dead..
"amaral" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History
"The my amaral's is niamey. Miami exposure but they do get famous. Paul taylor gets famous sort of unwittingly the washington post reporter. Who asks heart. Have you ever committed adultery. Tom fiedler the lead reporter for the herald the miami herald in its surveillance of hard at his home. Become sort of a regular tv commentator during this period And so you know in this new era of punditry. This new era of satellite news journalist can become celebrities and this is a pretty good way to do it and and it's also a pretty good way to get prizes. You know even if it's not in this case so there's a personal ambition aspect to this for sure so as we start to wrap up. I'm curious your thoughts and pierce everyone's thoughts actually on this sort of way that immediate landscape defines an election. I will say it's notable and interesting that as much as we're discussing this new media ecosystem of punditry and cable until it is print journalists. Who are the ones who break this. And sort of do the cause playing as tabloids in the back alley or whatever In a larger sense like you can look at this story and say okay. There's this tension here with a changing media landscape and an old school politician doesn't realize the ground shifting beneath his feet but like that's kind of the story of every election in a way right. I mean you can point to any election and say this is when radio was taken over for print and this. Tv was taken over radio and this is when the internet was taken over for tv and this is when twitter was taken to like. I just wonder if the most consistent thing is that there's this group of politicians who don't realize that the media landscape has shifted underneath them. That's great observation. I think that. I think you're right. Every virtually every election brings particularly in our lifetime are earning recently scree brings Technological social changes. That people have to get their heads around. And i remember when our dean serve raising money off the internet and it was. I can't raise money off the internet. That's ridiculous that wasn't that you know i've ever bill bradley raising money off the. Yeah so so you know everything changes for sure. There are shifts. Let's use a geographic metaphor. There are shifts in the tectonic plates and then there are. There are major collisions right there. Earthquakes and i think this was an earthquake because i think Not only in this moment..
"amaral" Discussed on Mocha Minutes
"Couples trip. We're going let seem world Gore hamisi the g. and the way they cut that midseason trail is like. Oh i don't like the way that we don't get creepy creepy gordon which i don't think i'm prepared if this i'm like i don't think i want this at all. Send it back to the kitchen. I don't want it and it looks like everybody is at devout at the so my amac only so nice. We're doing it twice thing and also apparently the easter egg is sean. is there as well. Oh brisson apparently. She is on So her soc means she knows cairns you know the few of the wives and potomac so look if they like exile rony brisson bringer but right down to potomac. We'll take you. we'll take you baby. We'll take you down here. We want you away from ramona. She made ray We are at we halfway point. We have episode. Looks like we're going to have a more episodes than than a reunion. So what are you looking forward to. And a second half of the season one. I'm curious to see where this breakdown between kansas and mia starts like. I'm wondering just like an isolated incident where it can be isolated because they both have very strong feelings about each other now social media so thanks to see where that goes. I'm anxious to see. You know the progress of robin and wong on a mesa. See the messages giselle keeps up a makeshift to see ashley bounces back into the mess. Amaral done like i mentioned. She gonna put right in freeze and say okay. I'm ready all four and her breast pump is come home. i'm anxious. She goes dr housewife yesterday. She gotten everybody man. It's kind of like some people. Don't keep it on the playground right. Don't buy them Karen take into the school house. Back to her yells. Take it to a neighbor's house. She's taking it away hunting yard where the hell up this is. A job is fine..
"amaral" Discussed on No Jumper
"So you could always find ways to build on it and you can have a conversation with literally anybody provided you actually care about what they're about and what they're into if you don't care they're gonna feel the energy and they're never gonna pour into what they got to give a team so and people not caring like interviewers not giving shit bruises the biggest thing to get past because that's really what we're doing right now is we don't have our phones. Were sitting here having a conversation and that's just like a lot of people aren't prepared for that. They're so used to being able to look at their phone and start seeing something about themselves. I've i've been sorta coached other people that do podcasts. On this channel had to tell him like the other person across from you shared something really personal with you right here and you're like this and you moved right past like you didn't give a fuck and that's really bad because if someone shares something close now for neo. Doing podcasts. Vulnerability are like the biggest factors in a way. Where if i can get somebody to open up. Or if i open up. Then that's huge. That's like such an underrated thing. Basically like just being willing to share something that maybe you've never had a a real conversation on camera about you know and you want the other person to not just spit on it. When you do that you need. I watch them. You're going to see some people. Just can't let go of their phone. It's like and finding another person and they're they're focused on you. You're not how do you think that makes a person feel. How do you think it works out for the dynamic. When i'm this person doesn't give a shit about being here. Which is why upcoming on this podcast specifically and asking to come on because i like the way you conduct the interviews. I'd watched a couple videos and watch a couple of clips. And i was like i like the way he sets it up. I think the professionalism is there. He's really we ask. A question does some research. Some that is somebody i don't i don't ask to go on a bunch of podcast. Look at a couple of people. And i'm like i have a conversation with this person whether you're bigger than me smaller doesn't matter do i like what you make so i think when i see people have that kind of respect on this platform whether it'd be youtube or whatever it to me i think it sends a good message to people watching and it makes me as an individual artist. Wanna be on that platform. now. I appreciate Yeah and i mean. People underestimate the power podcast and just how powerful it is because of the reality is is that right now. We're going to give the people over an hour's worth of content of two people who have basically made it on youtube and are making a good living for themselves. Airing out all of the shit that we find interesting about the topic of becoming a popular youtuber or just being good at having conversations on camera. I mean when i was thirteen trying to figure out how i was gonna make it in life. I would've killed for that. Kinda resource and youtube is filled with that. This is just one. There's there's a billion there's thousands from me. There's thousands from a million other contractors. Like i think young kids now some of them get it but a lot of them don't like this is like a real deal cheat code to life if you can listen to grown men. Who've of done the thing you wanna do have a conversation about how to do it. Yeah i definitely agree. You know. I think the success is oftentimes a by product of like the trajectory. You coming on here and speaking about all of this stuff listen. I don't know what kind of life you lived. But i'm sure if i pulled on some nuggets i find some things there that would be super interesting stories or just as character development that people can take away from. You probably got like five six events in your life that if you were to point to that was a crazy event for me for me for example like there was this one memory. I haven't never lose my head the real the day i realized my family's fucked up as i was twenty twenty seven of a friend. Kay davis from toronto. She's a comedian or forties and she fights back to replace because he's having a thanksgiving dinner day and so i'm not sure show up so i'm in toronto. Go to replace her family's their husbands their amaral chillan and i'm watching the kids interact with the mom and everything's cordial and cool and everyone sits at a table and they start putting up plates of food and they start you know they say a little prayer and then the handouts stuff and that was the moment where i was just watching. If you don't have something in your life you don't realize it's absence until you get a little bit of it and i myself. I haven't had a family dinner since i was twelve. And i've gotten used to it and start crying about it but it was just like the way that she talks to her mom and very earnest way. It's not like something that because people are genuinely talked to each other with respect. And i was always grown up in something fucked up and i never realized until i was something different and that after that point i was like oh this is why families import this is. Why haven't people around. You actually want to spend time and have his supper with you. Look at you in a profound way. This is why it's important and that kind of more for my thinking just that just that one i never. Everyone's just starting pass on turkey. And i'm just looking like why is this is fucking and i'm like no i'm the one who's from the fucked up place so you know we all have moments like that that kind of shape us in a way no one hundred percent. Yeah i mean. And i see that all the time like just for an example. Since when i was a kid i remember. I had a friend from school. Didn't realize where he lived and then at one point. I rode my bike after school to his house lived trailer park. But i'm young enough. I'm like third fourth grade. I don't really get that. My house is pretty nice compared to the trailer park. Then i'm meet his mom and i don't really like you know it put them. My mom came to pick me up. And i'm looking at my mom and look his mom and avenue conversation and i'm realizing like oh. My mom is very smart respectable woman and this other dudes mom realistically is trailer trash. And i mean much respect to our but i mean you know there's like different levels in society and that was the first time that i ever realized like oh like a lot of people are not from the same background as me and it would be until much much later that i realized like oh. My parents aren't like the top of society they're actually extremely middle lower middle-class right and there's a ton of people on earth who would look at my family like they're a bunch of fucking bumpkins basically in comparison and it takes so long for you to realize like exactly where you are at in society or where you come from like you. I remember not leaving my hometown. Move new york for years and years and then coming back with a bunch of my friends on a bmx strip.
"amaral" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Daphne also insisted that there were never any drug innuendos in the show like purposely my thoughts this was the sixties and i think it may not have been a conscious decision to include drug references but maybe was just such a part of the times that they tried to model the characters awful. What was popular back then. In accidentally made shaggy scooby pods. I mean his the way chevy walks. I mean he's definitely wearing flared pants. You know which from the sixties and seventies that would be but he also. I think it had to have been subconscious. No matter what they say. Because do flared pants make you a stunner. Yes yeah actually but his. I'm marie as close. Always being like rumpled come like he wasn't like fried was very clean lined out of baggy. That's because fraud was coke addict and they tend to be a little more preppy and straight lucky. What was daphne's vice accede. It's why she's so skinny. And velma velma she was on amaral like a lot that's why she was like let's get to the bottom of things. Yes yes yes. That's why she was so focused on solving the mystery. Now obviously were being totally facetious but yeah so. Apparently this was not intentional. Okay so beside shaggy looking kind of like the stereotypical hippie stoner and shaggy. And scooby is constant obsession with snacks. Jeez the name. Scooby dooby doo. I mean come on. Dooby is literally another name for a joint. Also shaggy and scooby always seemed to be the most paranoid up the bunch. That's true i hadn't thought about that. Actually also the things that shaggy. And scooby e are pretty unusual to here are some of the actual things that she had scooby eaten in the show. Thank you because. I've had a question about the shea. Like since i was a kid so go ahead all besides the fact that he's doctorates right. Yes thank you very much. Thank you sacks. yeah. I'm not even going to get to that right now..
"amaral" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And all the rest of the stuff you need to build a home or renovated in an oh so hot housing market. That is not the whole lumber story. Katrina Amaral runs a sawmill called Timber Doodle Farm Up in Stratford, New Hampshire, and when we talked the other day, I asked her where her business stands in an industry dominated by big lumber. In the sawmill world where probably more like a small organic farm that does full sail to restaurants. And, like a C s A, um okay, It's a bit more like a microbrewery compared to a big beer company. I'm a big fan of microbreweries. So you're on the right interview, Um What? What do you do that? I mean, the people bring boards to you and ask you to bring logs to you and ask you to cut them down. How does it work? There's a wide variety of options. Um, and we stay small so that we can stay flexible. Sometimes people do have trees cut down in their yards, and then they bring them to us for customs are milling. Um, sometimes we do logging and sometimes we buy in logs for really specific custom orders. How has the pandemic changed if it has? Uh what you do a timber doodle. There was definitely an impact from the pandemic for a couple of different reasons. A lot of the bigger lumberyards started restricting in person shopping, and so especially professional woodworkers, Um they came to us a little more than normal. A lot of people were buying lumber for desks. As you can imagine. We saw a spike in demand for flooring. Definitely for raised bed lumber for gardening. And a lot more people looking to take down their own trees and then turn the mental number. So when we see and when people hear on marketplace all the reporting about lumber prices going through the roof, and that's impacting home construction and all of that. Are you seeing that? What does that look like from where you should. It's definitely very different for us. The really big spikes in lumber prices are, you know, publicly traded number, so we're mostly seeing that effect from customers not questioning our crisis. As much you know, our cost of production is a lot higher than a big automated mill. And so Now that those prices have increased a lot. We don't get really any pushback on what we're charging for Lumber. Right? So so you have a little pricing power. Now is what I'm hearing a little bit. Fair. You said a minute ago that you're staying small. Do I take that to mean you could ramp up if you wanted to? Because you've got the man you're just choosing not to. And how come A couple of different things. I guess. One is that we would have to ramp up an extraordinary a mountain in order to compete on pricing with big mills. We produce about 100,000 board feet a year, and the really big mills are producing 300 million board feet a year. Okay, so that difference is really enormous. But also it would be really challenging to increase our production without sacrificing our ability to handle the diversity of customers and custom jobs that we currently do. What is it going to look like for you post pandemic? I mean, I don't gather. It's changed a whole lot for you in the past 15 months, So I imagine the next 15 months aren't going to be that different. No. Um, we're seeing a lot of change on the increase in home building in our area. There's been a really significant increase in development. Um and so that has brought with it a fair bit of awareness about where lumber is coming from. You know you're you're almost certainly within 10 ft of a timber product right now. And you're also almost certainly have no way of knowing where that product came from where that tree was growing, so that I think has really been the shift for our business. Trina Amaral. She runs a, uh, a smallish lumber mill sawmill up in New Hampshire. It's called timber Do. Thanks for your time. I really.
"amaral" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Lumber has been in the headlines, as you know, record highs for two by fours and planks and all the rest of the stuff you need to build a home or renovated in an oh so hot housing market. That is not the whole lumber story. Katrina Amaral runs a sawmill called Timber Noodle Farm up in Stratford, New Hampshire, and when we talked the other day, I asked her where her business stands in an industry dominated by big lumber. In the sawmill world where probably more like a small organic farm that does wholesale to restaurants. And, like a C s A, um it's a bit more like a microbrewery compared to a big beer company. I'm a big fan of microbreweries. So you're on the right interview. Um what? What do you do, then? I mean, do people bring boards to you and ask you to bring logs to you and ask you to cut them down? How does it work? There's a wide variety of options. Um, and we stay small so that we can stay flexible. Sometimes people do have trees cut down in their yards, and then they bring them to us for customs are milling. Um, sometimes we do logging and sometimes we buy in logs for really specific custom orders. How has the pandemic changed if it has? Uh what you do a timber doodle. There was definitely an impact from the pandemic for a couple of different reasons. A lot of the bigger lumberyards started restricting in person shopping, and so especially professional woodworkers, um they came to us a little more than normal. Lot of people were buying lumber for desks. As you can imagine. We saw a spike in demand for flooring. Definitely for raised bed lumber for gardening, um, and a lot more people looking to take down their own trees and then turn them into lumber. So when we see and when people hear on marketplace all the reporting about lumber prices going through the roof, and that's impacting home construction and all of that. Are you seeing that? What does that look like from where you should. It's definitely very different for us. The really big spikes in lumber prices are, you know, publicly traded lumber, So we're mostly seeing that effect from customers not questioning our crisis. As much you know, our cost of production is a lot higher than a big automated mill. And so Now that those prices have increased a lot. We don't get really any pushback on what we're charging for Lumber. Right? So so you have a little pricing power. Now is what I'm hearing a little bit. Fair. You said a minute ago that you're staying small. Do I take that to mean you could ramp up if you wanted to cause you got the man you're just choosing not to. And how come a couple of different things, I guess. One is that we would have to ramp up an extraordinary amount in order to compete on pricing with big mills. We produce about 100,000 board feet a year and the really big mills are producing 300 million board feet a year. Okay, so that differences really enormous. But also it would be really challenging to increase our production without sacrificing our ability to handle the diversity of customers and custom jobs that we currently do. What is it going to look like for you post pandemic? I mean, I don't gather. It's changed a whole lot for you in the past 15 months, So I imagine the next 15 months are going to be that different. No. Um, we're seeing a lot of change on the increase in home building in our area. There's been a really significant increase in development. Um and so That has brought with it a fair bit of awareness about where lumber is coming from. Uh, you know, you're you're almost certainly within 10 ft of a timber product right now. And you're also almost certainly have no way of knowing where that product came from where that tree was growing, so that I think has really been the shift for our business. Trina Amaral. She runs a A smallish lumber mill sawmill up in New Hampshire. It's called timber Do. Thanks for your time. I really appreciate it. Thank you. If you miss us on the air, or you just want to.
"amaral" Discussed on Fast Talk
"Know. it's so funny because mark echoed my good times and that's going to echo his too bad. That's exactly what i have written down in my notes right here. Kevin harvick finishing twenty second having a not great day. But then i think about the stat that you guys share during the broadcast of the fact that you know we're sixteen races in to the season and he's lead only thirty nine laps and hasn't even really sniffed a win yet the season and when you look at where. He was last season compared to where he is this season. It is very very clear that that team They need to go back. To the drawing board. Stewart haas as a whole But especially kevin harvick when you look at where. He was Last year compared to where he is this year You know certainly still in the hunt for for the championship in the points and everything like that but the fact that they don't have a win yet just is not indicative of what you expect to see from kevin harvick's so i think that that's definitely something that they need to look at. And then you know i had. I had on my notes that a few drivers that we're looking at great runs Just had that foiled for them at the end of the race from race incidents. And i have alfreido and mcdowell as As mark mentioned by christopher bell. I thought he had a pretty good ratio. He's a road course winner. This season and i was looking for him to my fantasy lineup. I was looking for him to do really well unfortunately had a late race incident and ended up finishing in the twenty somewhere so that was a bad day for them. To michael mcdowell got spun at turn ten on the last lap. He's going to have a top ten finish then he gets turned around and i think when he a. I want to say this though about kevin. Harvick's team you know his car. Got all messed up. The hood off of his crew members went and cut the hood of the car in pieces and gave it to fans. Oh that's cool up into the grandstands and handed it out to people that's making. That's making lemonade. And when you look at what happened today you know. It was not of their making granted. They weren't really contending for the win. They weren't one of those fast three drivers that we talk about You know today that that we thought for sure what's going to have a chance at the win so you look at that and you say okay yet. They definitely need to work on on some things but the fact is is that what took them out of the race today was really not of their making. So you know the other thing. I think you have to think. About what stewart. Doug ford isn't exactly set in the world on fire right now. Chevy with hendrick leading the way. In kyle larson their hot hendrick four wins in a row four for chevy in a row but joe gibbs racing hanging in there right. They've got five wins four toyota four again. They seem to be a little bit behind the eight ball. Penske is better than stewart. Haas and stewart haass's case penske has three veteran drivers. You know you have kozlowski lugano and blaney over at stewart. Haas ya got. Kevin harvick in amaral is considered a veteran custer. Sophomore season year for chase briscoe if harvick's not running well nobody's running well and right now. Ford appears to be a little bit behind the eight ball in stewart haas a little bit behind. Penske we'll dive into that a little bit more. Because i still think that's one of the mysteries that this year I'm gonna. I'm gonna give a bad time to everybody. That wasn't kyle larson again. Because i i i think. There was a point of evid ability in that race and keep restarted twenty-second at one point and we were sitting there. And he's knocking off two or three cars in a row and the next thing you know he's leading and thinking he can do that on a road. Course without the aid of caution flags or other. Weirdness you're not going to beat him and doug. It's not very long before. Were back at the road course. There's not enough time for teams to really go back and find enough to beat. Kyle larson if kyle larson goes to road. America and rolls off the truck like this. We're going to see this again. Yeah i think you know it's funny that you mentioned that doug that it's kind of call arson against the field because you're right every single driver. That was not call. Larson today had to be thinking. What the heck are they doing that. Were you know. Because he is just dominating everything and that's got to make everybody else feel just a little bit. You know small. Did you see him slip attire. Did you ever see that car out of control car went out wide even a foot. He was able to just turn hard right. Turn left and dr underneath them. Had good forward bite. I mean he never slipped. Tire never looked out of control. Any past karzi led the ray. What did he do. And it's not just winning back to back races. We see that happen a lot. It's the way carl larsson has won back to back races. He want all the stages charlotte and that race had three stage breaks so he got greedy and took everything and won the race there and here we just have to. He wins both of those and he was never really contested coming up. We will hear some audio from our winning race. Car driver kyle. Larson will also catch up with his crew. Cheat cliffs daniels right here on fast talk. Are you going forty miles an hour. This is a residential area. Sure but i'm on my lawnmower. Wait am i getting ticket. No i've just never seen anyone top nine miles an hour on one of those bad boys and mother attire lawn and thirty.
"amaral" Discussed on WTOP
"Have a less recruiting calf that was born about three weeks ago. Young male a lesser kudo is a type of antelope. Senior curator Brian Amaral also says we have a quality Joey that was born here and not too long ago still certainly looks like a baby youngster for sure. Also recent arrivals and energetic young sea lion and a pair of critically endangered horses. John Aaron. W. T. O P News 2021. Kennedy Center honorees are getting their moment in the sun despite some changes because of the pandemic. This year's honorees include actor Dick Van Dyke, who is 95. He says the five years on his TV show was his most rewarding experience. Everybody looked forward to coming to work every day with so much fun. Singer Garth Brooks was asked at a news conference featuring all five nominees. To use this moment as inspiration for a song title. All the good things No, it is. I mean, I'm looking at character and discipline here. Also being honored violinist Midori as well as choreographer, dancer and actress Debbie Allen and singer activist Joan Baez. There is no big red carpet event this year about the award show will be aired June 6th on CBS. Kyle Cooper. W T O P News sports Just ahead 12 14. That's In fact, have been that's a fact. My credit card purchases. Give me cash back conferences and give me cash that no one else gets. These reboard Sergeant Dad is just played us through. What in tarnation, Sir? Pen fits para cash rewards card isn't just for military members. Anyone can get cash back on all purchases. Figgins, you've ruined my favorite song. Then fed credit Union is a pen fed dartboard, slap our cash to receive any advertised product. You must become a member of Penn Fed injured by N C away. Breaking up is hard to do. Just when you think you're ready to leave. You talk yourself back into stay, And when it comes to your wireless carrier, you know you should have left.
"amaral" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"Just rent. My leagues around drew dove. You're listening. I'm just kidding please. Don't beat my ass. We'll hook you up with me. Khalifa might not be the miracle league for you're looking at but because it was a good fight man. It was a good display a good showcase for islam. What do you think serie a title shot. He's got to fight someone in the top five right. Do they Poor poor tony ferguson. That today have islam fighting next. Tony i like toby. Anything can happen on any given days Probably not not against islam. I don't think stay rosary. tony ferguson. that's it you know what i'm gonna start to go fund me. Maybe we take those funds. We go fresno house of good on their own We bring a bucket of chicken use that as a sacrifice and just hope for the best or like the candle. See what happens. See how the goes. That's how that's how it goes trying to help you out. Tony stop signing these bullshit s contracts man off so that brings us to the last three fights and from here on out. It was all championship fights man so algebra stealing pirie on. How do you say his name. P p tro It's key trying to be funny. But it it's p. odor p odor. There you gone he odor so poder pewter on algebra sterling Fons both went up yoder. And you went al joe Do you think you guys were writings or four and a half round right right. Would you think of that. Time in nice guy If i'm being a nice guy i'll give l. jemaine the first round second third and before that illegal needless thrown the fourth round was going Way and the fucking moron decided to throw any legal knee that is. How do you might be stupidest thing. I've ever seen an mma like he's the champion he doesn't know the rules that's like showing jujitsu to remain. You don't even read through. And he. I don't know if it was true or not. But he said he asked his corner and his corner was like. Yeah go for it. So i don't know if he's trying to pass the buck he's let fighter in the cave right. Here's the one plane to game dude. He's the one in control of it. Then he yeah yeah fucking he fucked it up. He blew up my parlay with that. Thanks man put that aside dude. He was impressive. You said you know. What if i'm being nice i'll give algebra first round. I was thinking the same thing because he he and you know what man. Joe rogan was all up on al. Joe's nuts dude. I think that i'm going to stop listening to those guys talk because there are so many fights where i was like. Are you going to. I mean it happens. You know but i just feel like they play favorites a little too much when joe got that i take down there. Like oh he's one for one on take down. He's he's winning. You know whatever but pure pure got up after. I don't even think he had him down. From ten seconds. Five seconds popped up. Ritchie almost started working for the back. Take and then like when they broke away like within five seconds is when he threw that straight right hand down the pipe and dropped his ass when he did. I felt like that was enough to win the round. And then if that wasn't enough to make you think he wanted around he got his own take down and i think he held him down a little bit longer than joe. And then the second round algebra. Yeah yeah and so a after that like you could just see in his eyes like he felt like even his corner new even the advice that they were giving him. It wasn't like all right. This is what we're going to start throwing this and this and this was like our busy with him. You know what i mean. It was like do even advice. You're just telling him what he already knows. He's supposed to be doing. Give them a plan. And i just they didn't have anything. Yeah eighteen answer pulitzer They thought they were going to dominate with wrestling. And pewter was just getting crazy trips. I think even did he score. Kind of take down to get other than those trips you remember. He scored a butch It it was. Basically i if i remember correctly was in the clinch and it was like a kind of getting the back duck under him and he would trip as he had the back and then he would put hooks on. It was all very technical very proficient. He looked like a world champion. He it was like as each round Went by. Peter was getting stronger. L. janine was Fading fading fast. Yana he told me. Yeah he he didn't look so good man Still he he needed him. It was a bonehead move. He paid for it I hope they get an immediate rematch. Soon man like within the next two three months. But i expect the same thing to happen. You know pure knows what's going to happen. Algae knows what's going to happen He'll get that strap back. And hopefully i think he's gonna come in and jar finish earlier. Maybe what do you think will help. Jemaine he he. He improves A whole lot after a loss man. I think he knows what what to expect now. And i think you'll make the necessary adjustments. I'm not sure why he was so fatigued in going into the third round but algebra needs to fix that I think it was maybe like kylie. Yeah yeah i could be. Maybe he didn't get the take downs and he only had a plan a but hopefully he comes in. Yeah with plan b and the second fight. We don't yard. These guys are both championship. Caliber and I'm excited for the rematch. More yeah it was just too bad sterling. Didn't do anything wrong. He a lot of people place. The blame on 'em for for what happened in for the title exchanging hands but If sterling doesn't deserve the title the neither does peter young. You know i agree. I agree that was. That was a super bonehead. Move if you're not smart enough to to realize that that you're not supposed to do that. You don't deserve the belt. You're right exactly exactly like you're the champ and you know the rules. Yeah yeah. I'm fortunate but hey that that it is what it is and maybe next time i'll go seven and know who knows. Yeah you're so close so we're all knocking on the door. Amaral right there. That brings us to the combing event. Amanda the lioness nunez defeated megan anderson submission It says triangle armbar so she did have like a an inverted triangle almost like you know and he wrapped up underneath and snatched it up and that was gained over. Dude would you see in this fight eddie. I just feel bad for for Megan anderson she got beat up so bad that her name change to megan at like as she got knocked out in. Yeah and submitted So like if. I ask how you lose man. She would be like oh. I got knocked out and submitted. It was what daniel cormet call bid a non event for amanda nunez and she should turn around quickly and fight somebody else. Yeah do she can fight next saturday. She shift by liane edwards..
"amaral" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Inside Ryan Newman on the outside Joey Logano right there, Eric L. Merola right. There they come across the line gives the advantage to Kevin Harvick two by two by two all the way back to the field with no offense to Kevin Harvick. There are an awful lot of Ryan Newman fans in the infield here on the inside of turn Number two. They were standing and cheering when he went to the lead last time. Bye. This time, though, it's Kevin Harvick on the point, Ryan Newman now will raise him to side by side battle with Eric Al Merola. That's for position Number two. Harvick now runs against the double yellow line at the bottom of the racetrack, and Al Merola shoves him further out in front, Mr for Belle third car and the inside lane and moves up to that third spot than the side by side racing resumes. With Alex Bowman to the inside of Ryan Newman's report. One of the fastest cars all week long has been Eric Calm role in second place Right now, we watched him into one fifties brand so well look good practice qualified will This could be his day because that car is stronger than I've seen in a long time. And it's been solid all through speed week. Eric Amaral, of course from Tampa, Florida That's a town that's celebrated an awful lot. As of late with the Buccaneers winning the Super Bowl, The Lightning went in the Stanley Cup and, of course, the Tampa Bay Rays. Having a great run in major league Baseball. The field works down the Daytona Super stretch. Jeffs treacle. Kevin Harvick and Eric Al Merola. This field was getting after the little early on, but looks like now the manufacturers are starting to find each other to find some drafting partners. Right now, the Fords have hooked up on the bottom of the race track. Those manufacturers that you're talking about trying to work together, and it's always good to have a teammate with an oval blue or a bow tie. Running a Toyota working together right now, Dave Moody. Let's follow him. It's Harvick. Eric L. Merola, Christopher Bell. Alex Bowman at your top four bottom lane beginning to get the advantage, Christopher Bell writes in her, Alex.
"amaral" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"I i got i got a segment here. Ready to go now that you meant do it. Now that you mentioned bruce arians. I would like the guy who wears best hats. No no no no. He's a real. Mvp was going to say that right now. yes. I'm going to say you go girls well. Well we're we're gonna get that No i had the whole thing planned out. No no no this is this is. What's what's going down man he. He's the he's the real. Mvp right now. Not only the oldest coach everyone role. That's one thing. But the fact that his staff is just primarily made out of or at least the the heads african-americans the assistant coaches the top assistant coaches. So he and he this he's had a history of this isn't his first rodeo. He's got a history of of giving minorities and women the opportunities to coach in the nfl. He was when he was in arizona. He gave a woman the first position as a coach in the nfl. He's got two women on the staff as well as one and that. And that's where i was going to go with the you go girl charles. I was ready for this. So we actually care about diversity over here at source cues. Yeah well the an aside Sarah thomas who we have highlighted before as a female referee she was the first ever to officiate in the super bowl. So there's one you go girl one. You go to the the two women on the staff of variance. Laurie locust amaral javadi far the first female coaches to win a super bowl last year. We had a first female to coach in a super bowl. But this one or these two the first to win. Let's learn a little bit about these to all right laurie. Locust assistant defensive line coach. Little history here alum from temple. She decided to start getting into football around like h forty start playing like a like a rec league and stuff like that and became more interested than became an unpaid assistant coach for nine years at her high school and then one day. She was like manna. I'd really love to to move on up and so she went to some nfl coaching seminars. And things like that and then coach in the semi pros coats in the a f lines of american football and then one of her. I think her ex boyfriend from longtime ago had some connections in the nfl and was able to to get hurt to land landed job with the tampa bay buccaneers and lo and behold. She wins the super bowl with bruce. Arians that's her then. Javadi far assistant strength and conditioning coach..
"amaral" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Me. Oh, my guys that your power Incan go solar and 833 55 Power lease is Heo, Geo and K. M y I HD to San Diego. Live local breaking governor, Newsome says the state is showing very positive signs with the downward trend of covert case is continuing in the state of Maryland. Haider in the cocoa new center, Newsome says a month ago today the positivity rate in the state was 14%. Today, it is 5%. That's 50,000 cases down to 10,000 in the last month. And hospitalization rates are down as well. 34% reduction over two week period of the number of people hospitalized, 25% reduction of the number of people and I see youse. But experts say while numbers air down, the number of variant cases is rising, and people shouldn't let down their guard, even those who've been vaccinated San Diego County updates its number of covert variant cases every Wednesday. The latest count of the number of the more contagious UK variant in the county is 137. The variant is in at least 32 other states. Today, a San Clemente man became Orange County's first case and the first cases reported in the Sacramento area. Governor Newsome says he'll be announcing moves on teachers, vaccinations and schools shortly, and leaders of the campaign to get the governor to love high school sports resumes say they are optimistic. We'll let them play campaign is it's called, is gaining ground, according to Torrey Pines High School football coach Ron Glad Nick, who was among the first organizer's in an interview with a M seven sixties Mark Larson. Glad Nick says a lot of lobbying has been going on trying to get state lawmakers to put pressure on Governor Newsome with a timeline being talked about now for the opening schools from where we sit Today. I feel like we're working to a near time, you know, hopefully positive commitment from the governor's office. Glad Nick says. The Let them play Facebook group has grown to more than 60,000. With the least of 1000 signing on every day. Cliff Albert Kogo news. The pandemic is taking an emotional tall toll on millions of people and thousands of suffering alone. Bob Kelly is the president and founder of the San Diego Senior's Community Foundation, he tells KOGO news. Being an isolated senior is a real health hazard free. Age groups of suicide are people in their twenties people in their fifties and people on the radio. When you're isolated. When you're lonely, you have a higher incidence of suicide. He says. 130 to 150,000 people are senior orphans with no family. Many don't have Internet and could be unaware of how to get a vaccine. You know a senior reach out and see if they need some assistance. Football's biggest night marks an historic moment for women in the NFL. Laurie Locust Amaral G body far becoming the first female coach is on an NFL team to win a Super Bowl, helping the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeat The Kansas City Chiefs 31 to 9 down. Judge Sarah Thomas also becoming the first woman to officiate the NFL championship. Locust and assistant defensive line coach and Giovanni far and assist Strength and conditioning coach are part of one of the most diverse coaching staffs in the league to have a baby on Lee NFL team with two full time assistant coaches who are women. That's Kristen. Good.
Stemina's CEO on diagnosing autism earlier using biological markers
"From the outside. We often know autism through observation of behavior. but are there biological markers for autism. Despite an average diagnosis at four years old stamina biomarker discovery has developed a blood test for autism spectrum disorder for as young as eighteen months. Beth tonle is its ceo. I want you to tell us if you could about autism so much has happened over the years. People have forgotten about what this means to be on the autism spectrum. What this exactly means today. Well i'll tell you the prevalence of autism is the first issue. We now have one in fifty eight kids in the united states that have autism and that's a new statistics from the cdc previously. It was one in sixty nine so almost everyone knows someone or has someone in their family. That has autism Obviously autism is a behavioral disorder. sometimes characterized by social shoes. Repetitive behavior cognitive issues. We're actually looking at it from a biological perspective and trying to sort of peel back the onion and understand What is the biology. That is autism and their multiple. Biology's that manifest then and the behaviors that we see. Well we should say right away. The your the mother of someone who is on the autism spectrum. And he's in college yes. He is so the idea that the these are not functional. People put them in some special class and not deal with them anymore. It's just not true. There's so much that can be done but you have to have knowledge. That's true and autism spectrum disorder. It's a spectrum disorder from cognitive behavioral and biological perspective. Jack is pretty high functioning. But he's had a lot of interruption over the years Lots of behavioral therapy ot pt speech. Language you know tutoring We've tried modified diets and dietary supplements and vitamins. Attention deficit medicine three kinds I think your study and your cell we are. We are like many parents. You go to the internet and you read about these things and There isn't any precision around how they're applied so parents. Try everything And that's what we're trying to bring at stamina. Neuro point is some precision about what's different about the biology of these kids. And how do we order our thinking around how to intervene. Obviously behavioral therapy. Every child should get. But how do we prioritize some of the other choices to address the biology. So there's a major study out there. Eleven hundred children. what have you studied. And what have you available still to continue to study So the children's autism metabolism Project or camp took place at eight sites across the country led by our head of our sab. Dr david amaral. Who's at the mind. Institute at uc davis. We recruited eleven hundred and two children to be specific Children with autism typically developing children and also children with developmental delay but not autism and we collected i of the morning plasma. It's important to have a fasted sample when studying metabolism as we do because just like you don't need a sweet roll before you go get your glucose or cholesterol tested. We can measure that to. This is an enormous resource. That's allowed us to identify the first set of biomarkers that Show a dysregulation in amino acid metabolism. That may be addressable through a supplement. it describes about seventeen percent of the kids and we publish that in biological psychiatry back in september of two thousand eighteen We have a second paper in progress which we hope will be submitted by the end of the month which looks at mitochondrial function and energy metabolism. And this is an area that's been known in the literature in smaller studies of thirty or forty or even a hundred children. This is an opportunity to look at an eleven hundred and two kids and so we really get a chance to kind of dissect some of these hypotheses and bring forward some additional biology. That could be addressable through specific treatments if we know this. Can this become a diagnostic. Do we know enough that it will be. Yeah so that's a great question. We are going to start offering this as a i would call it a prognostic so it will screen for whether or not the child has a metabolism subtype that we've seen has highly associated with autism. And then they would be referred to a developmental specialist to would screen them using traditional behavioral assessment that will be necessary for insurance coverage for. Iep's at school for behavioral therapy etc. But we hope it will do because our kids are eighteen months to forty eight months. Is that child. Re- referred sooner right now. The average age of diagnosis is over four years. My son was seven in fact when he was diagnosed with pervasive developmental delays not otherwise specified. Pdd s which used to be a form of autism. That's been rolled up into the regular autism diagnosis as part of the dsm. Five and we didn't. We were not told it was autism and we knew he had pervasive developmental delays. So a lot of time is lost. Where if we can diagnose as young as eighteen months with our test and get a child referred they can get into behavioral therapy and that can be critically important to the outcome In addition the insights into the metabolism that we can give as i mentioned. We'll give opportunities to sort of prioritize all those different different interventions that parents try and take the most innocuous one first and see if you can make a difference
Half a dozen NBC10 employees test positive for COVID-19 in Cranston, SW of Boston
"Far as where we stand as a country, the stats from Johns Hopkins United States is confirmed over 11.2 million diagnosed cases and 247,000 people is to come to this covert 19 pandemic. Fact, Brian Amaral in The Providence Journal says that the NBC affiliate NBC, Tennis among the business is dealing with clusters of positive covert tests as the virus surges in the ocean state, according to three sources at the station. In the union. Rep. At least a half dozen people have tested positive for the virus in the last couple of weeks. And NBC 10, which Has its offices and Cranston. The three sources spoke anonymously because they weren't authorized to discuss the problem publicly. I'm sure that's going over real big over there. The business manager for the union representing NBC. 10 employees confirm that several cases have popped up this month Soap. Be doing some distancing over there.
Botanical Latin with Ross Bayton
"What an undertaking encyclopedia more than two thousand plants. Five thousand entries or terms and hundreds of beautiful botanical. It was quite a work came to me and said well. We have room for about five thousand words. Which ones are? You'RE GONNA choose while it was quite an option. There are millions of clients out there so I had to kind of winnow it. Down to the the cream of the crop. Well I've been enjoying it As I said in the introduction you dipping back in and really smiling to have sort of the provenance of the definition so to speak of many of my favorite plants revealed but before we get to that I just wanted to Know a little bit about like why this is not new territory for you've written other things about plant genealogy so to speak. Why is this important to you? Where did you get into this in your life? Well I started gardening as a kid I had a poll of English. Iv that I grew in my room My parents were in the military and we traveled around a lot so I didn't have a garden but I grew a lot of house. Plants and I started by dipping into book that my mom had go reader's digest. It was an encyclopedia of. Houseplants HAS NAMES THERE. And some beautiful illustrations and the words just seem to stick in my mind in a way. The other things don't tend to forget people's names really really good at remembering of names I once. I started to see similarities between one name and another started to be curious about. Won't connections were my mom's a big fan of sweet peas and they are Lazarus Buddha Ross's yes and I realized meant fragrant and I saw that word in other plant names in my garden right spring. But it all the DOTS connecting. Yeah Yeah so okay so for gardeners listening. So why Latin any way and is it truly even Latin or is there some Greek in here? You know what what tell us a little bit about? Why Botanical Latin kind of like Wyatt evolved why it was invented quote unquote. You know a little history. What we call botanical lasted would not be understood by people living in ancient Rome last night. basically what happened is is in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries scholars at universities. They taught entirely in Latin Understanding learning this language was thought to provide agility of mind for the students but also A lot of universities were connected to the church and many churches also Gave that the the Bible was written in Latin and many of their Liturgies were also given in that language so it was very common for scholars to understand that This particular language and for it seemed a natural thing when they started to name plans to use a lot and that they were already using their day to day Scholarly Endeavour right so and then along came. Lineas yes eventually yes then. The names was a Swedish botanist Manassas. Actually his last name. His Swedish name was funding and like many of the scholars of his time on heat he taught Latin and he had a broad interest in science. He was trying to the medical dogs up but he received plants and animals that were brought to him by sailors by travelers and he was really fascinated to try and classify them. I'm so he would give them names in Latin but the really important thing that he did was he gave them a two part name now before. Luna's every all the names that were given to plants and animals. We're actually loan descriptions of those plants animals in lasted. That's pretty cumbersome. When you're dealing with a plant you don't want to name as eight or ten words in it What the did was he. Shorts these down to two words and we now call those toured names the dated by bills and the names that you find in the book right. You mentioned sailors a minute ago. And so this was the early Eighteenth Century. Onward was sort of the age of plant exploration. Yeah people are bringing. It wasn't just Europe where he was it was people were bringing things in from other places and there were unknown thing so different people would be communicating with people in other countries. And I guess didn't I think in the book One of the essays up front says something like one. Great Advantage of Latin is its universality that It's not the language of any one nation. Was that also part of the motivation. Absolutely nobody really speak Latin and so the language that can be used by people in in any country but some last had an advantage in the east started his work in Sweden and Sweden doesn't really have an awful big flora. It doesn't have very many different species of plants. If lemass it'd been born in Central Africa or in South America where plants were much more common much more diverse. It's entirely possible. That just would have been so confused by this great diversity. That Egos have never come up with the system that he did because he only had to work. On a small group of plants he was able to develop a system and then refined as people brought plants to in from other parts of the world so he's began in Europe but this Checks on me that he began quickly began to spread across the world as Europeans and others were exploring further afield and since it wasn't the language anyone nation. It was kind of a shared language for all of these people. There'd be excluded. Yeah yeah it didn't belong to one person so everybody could use it and today they still do If you read a botanical papers from China almost the only part that you'll be able to read if you're an english-speaking lot me is Latin names right so we were mentioned you know plants The system for naming plants and of course it was for other organisms as well and I read an essay. You wrote recently. Or maybe it's excerpted from the book Where you muse about Latin name Homo Sapiens and And how it doesn't sound very fancy compared to some of the plant names that are more elaborate but until you understand what it translates as Which is wise man? Yeah so we gave ourselves Ed very good name. Yeah we were quite modest. Fabian is the name that was given by lineas fact. Lunacies body actually remains the type specimen for the human species because when when he named humanity based on himself he will forever be remembered as the original human. These Wet Tax on consent. So he's not pressed in herbarium slide but he is the type specimen yeah. It's the todd specimen in his tomb in Sweden. So I was early on. I was when I was first. Learning from much. More scholarly individuals plant friends I was paralyzed. Know afraid to say the words out loud because they looked so difficult and I was told. Don't worry Margaret. It wasn't a spoken language. Really it was okay. Just have at it and try to pronounce stuff and and do my best which is always going to be better than a common name. So does pronunciation matter you give guidelines. I think you sort of let us off the hook and say don't worry also. Is that correct? You're absolutely correct Margaret. I always tell people all to worry about it There are purists who might adults two pronunciations for certain parts of botanical Latin. But my feeling is that I would rather people were using the names and understanding them and speaking to some rigid system appreciation You say Clemson said commodities I I think you're easily understood. Whatever the way and as I began doing this as a kid I would say names also different ways so one of the ones I used to mispronounce was the daily Jazz Amaral Kalisz then when I grew up and started speaking to people about it. I realize that everybody actually called a hammer accounts. Yes it's a subtle difference and most people understood what I was saying until I started speaking with other people. I didn't realize that there were other ways that you might say but in truth it doesn't really matter and most people will understand what you're
Tension between allies overshadows NATO summit
"Matter NATO leaders have begun arriving full them me sing in a what would just outside of London that this morning so far still says that he had a very good meeting with president trump of while NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg is said there's nothing new in differences within the NATO alliance we saw some real differences on display yesterday for more we're joined by by bring back great today who's out that may save me sing a wolf and we just heard from Emanuel McCall now Maria who said that NATO should not only be talking about money it was the full out between mac clone and trump in the visible tension on display at the NATO meeting yesterday between the two that sort of taking the headlines so far just he's saying it's not just about money and that is Amaral micron of course the problem is that it's becoming very difficult to determine all the fallen takes from the treatment is for Donald Trump really is in many ways about money he's saying that NATO works wars before a denim because more countries are paying more into NATO he also says that it is serving a purpose because you're seeing more countries take a more active role as you can see why the two men are coming from two very different places and yesterday of course that was very all these one time said that my car had been insulting disrespectful that he had been very nasty to NATO when he said it was I do have to say however trauma one point call need obsolete so the French are wondering what exactly is the difference publications what is the you know John Maynard Keynes I believe that when the facts change I change my mind since I started a new you know at the beginning of his his presidency things have changed has GDP the defense and to be very Frank yes and I was at NATO yesterday they were having an event and many of the people I spoke to their weight and meet at will concede that the pressure from trump who openly said you have to pay up or we're not going to pay we're not going to pay for rich countries did force everyone to think actually has a point and we should make an effort a you're seeing gradually there's not many countries that hit the two percent target but you are seeing more countries he more or make an effort to ward that so that is something that need a would give credit to term for although they say he's ways are not the most diplomatic and when I spoke to John Stockton and I told him look trump is saying and taking all the credit for the increase in spending why are you not taking credit for it he just said I don't care how we get there what I care is that we have strong NATO and trump has made it stronger interesting that we've seen in this sense club is a big deal is that for some reason it's very fit for purpose president John a voice in saying this morning we are investing two percent of GDP in defense I think was a special event you can go to a nice if you are part of that company any stump that much images we got him Maria about what is being talked about behind the scenes and what speeches over the arrivals handshakes I know there's been some video said placing around Justin Trudeau and the the sort of behind the scenes Chad said has been happening between world leaders and add just to go back to the to percent yesterday trump said he would like some countries to pay four percent and this is something that is very confusing to people because they have no idea where he gets a number from in terms of today will there is a video circulating where you see Justin Trudeau macro and mark Rutan Boris Johnson himself and daisy appear to criticize leader they don't need that person but they do say well you know we were late because he took a forty minute press conference he always does as and so on trend has not really talked about this today and the focus on the ground is whether we're going to get a resolution in Turkey whether we get a communique by the end of this and of course China the U. S. would love for nature to toughen their language on China that feeds very much or would be very much into their narrative that over a long period of time China is the biggest threat to western
Amaro: The Bitter Liqueur Of Your Dreams
"Today. We're going to be covering the history of amaro various. Uh thanks that's that's the wrong word horse. It's the same when she a couple of drinks so the history of amaro various types of amaro ways to navigate purchasing amaro. Oh no we'll drink a little amaro cocktails to why not i know we'll be needing that good advice. Varkey you get the honor of doing sips readings today can can i just apologize in advance to my wife. She spent a summer in italy and was super obnoxious this coming back writing everybody at olive garden. Saying what are the skate. Y'all want some bruce jetta before this happens. I just want to just get that out of the away and i apologize because i'm going to get beaten when i get home cumia dave. You're gonna get one anyway. That's true. I am quite truculent so sips rating one. Give me to shout my mouth water. Do all nice. But what else do you have that noise. This is interesting. What is this again interesting. I like to hand gestures to talk with your hands. If you're italian or jewish rush i mean it's just kind of how that works. It's going to be more godfather. Zakum oranges four. Let's keep it is. The secret ed to pour me another and five. Oh my i was unaware so anything could be my entire country. Italy it really sorry didn't nail the hand gestures. Thank you actually very demonstrative. Yes they were perfect. Make amaro great again yeah. I'll have what she's having me. Well then so. Let's get into some background on the subject. The term bidders refers to any number of spirits that are flavored with bitter herbs roots and held to to have medicinal qualities amaro or amari for plural is the italian word for bidder amaral's range between sixteen to forty forty percent a._b._c. God bless and their color range goes from a bright orange to the deepest molasses. They can be clear her or unfiltered. Amaro has been traditionally produced throughout europe and can range from alpine source serves flowers and roots to southern coastal areas that are influenced more by citrus and
California lawmaker arrested after daughter reports spanking to teacher
"The Fresno police chief is casting doubt on a California lawmaker statements that his arrest on suspicion of child cruelty stem from spanking his daughter, the Fresno bee reports chief Jerry Dyer gave details yesterday about assemblyman Joaquin Amaral a ramblers that is Mondays arrest. Dire. Says the injury to Romulus seven year old daughter was not on her buttocks. But he did not provide further
3 bodies found at kidnapping suspect's Massachusetts home
"A police involved shooting in boston sends a man in his thirty s to a hospital with what are described as non life threatening injuries police say it happened on westminster street in hyde park when a man pointed a gun at two officers and they fired their weapons the officers were not hurt but we're taken to a hospital for evaluation three bodies now found at the springfield home of a man charged with kidnapping sexually assaulting and torturing woman hamden d a anthony looney says stewart weldon has not been charged in connection with with the discovery of the bodies were considering this an active investigation we're not declaring any suspects the woman he was with wasn't acquaintance of his and that's all i'm willing to confirm right now well done was arrested sunday following a car chase and is being held on a million dollars bail a woman in the vehicle claims she had been held captive for a month she is still hospitalized a newton man is being held pending a dangerousness hearing next week christian amaral allegedly assaulted a boy at brookline playground on memorial day deputy brookline police superintendent michael graffman tells wbz tv what happened plan with a family pet and they went to get the pet some water and as they were getting the pet some water then who's unknown to them locked up to them stopped grabbed one by the throat and then picked him up and thrown down and told them not to treat animals obviously the kids both on the thirteen water metabolized enrolls attorney says his client did not try to strangle the boy in sports the astro's beat the red sox four to two don huff wbz newsradio ten thirty the year was nineteen eightyfive reads very it already been building sheds for twenty five years and things were honky dory but then home improvement stores i orange ones them blue ones tons of women they all sold sheds reads very oh my we thought they were gonna put us out of business so eightysix we held a staff meeting what are we gonna do about these home improvement stores in a guy in the bag raised his hand.
Former high school dean convicted of shooting student over marijuana
"Brookline playground his attorney says the charges against christian amaral are unwarranted wbz tv's david robichaud with reaction tonight from the mother of the alleged victims friend piss his neck cook video of the suspect as he left the conferees middling lynn says the boys were just getting water for their pet hamster several people took video of the suspect as he left the park and brooklyn police posted the pictures on social media at least five tipsters told police it was amaral we don't really understand why in the area right now but we arrested him early this morning at his house he had changed his appearance he shaved his beard emerald attorney said his client did not try to strangle the boy saying there are at least two witnesses who claim the suspect never touched the kids at all emerald is hell tonight pending a dangerousness hearing next week a former dina boston english high school faces up to twenty years in prison after a jury finds him guilty of shooting and trying to kill a student sean harrison convicted today on multiple charges including armed assault with intent to murder prosecutors say that harrison recruited seventeen year old student louise rodriguez to sell marijuana for him at the high school then shot rodriguez because he believed the high school student was not making enough money and drug sales and withholding cash he was also afraid he would rat him out the defense claimed rodriguez was shot by one of his marijuana customer sentencing by the way is tomorrow we will be there there and a rash of threats against schools around the area today phillips academy andover holds its prom tonight even though classes were cancelled earlier because of an email threat a.
What does Russia think about Rex Tillerson?
"Them and said what about the second part did you have any communications with russia about who trump would pick for secretary of state and they have an answered and rex tillerson who became secretary of state did russia consider him more friendly to their interests very much so of tips rex tillerson had been the ceo of exxon mobil and at at exxon noble he had engineered a huge deal with the russian oil company rosneft and worked very closely with russia and was very familiar with top people in the kremlin and um you know it's hard to know what what tillerson's views really are independent of of trump's but you can say that neither of them have so far imposed the new sanctions that congress demanded as retaliation for russia's interference in the election so let's take a short break here and then we'll talk some more my guest is new yorker staff writer jane mayer we're talking about her new investigative article called the man behind the dossier how christopher steal compiled his secret report on trump's ties with russia we'll be right back this is fresh air wnyc is supported by the vital projects fond enemies he him of modern art where the critically acclaimed exhibition to our cylinder amaral inventing modern art in brazil is now on view more info and tickets at malmo dot org mom.