21 Burst results for "Anita Anita"

Miami - Tropical storm warning now issued for the Florida West coast

Todd Schnitt

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Miami - Tropical storm warning now issued for the Florida West coast

"Now now issued issued for for the the Florida Florida West West coast, coast, from from Anita Anita Beach Beach to to the the Swanee Swanee River. River. Tropical Tropical Storm Storm 80. 80. Now Now with with 65 65 MPH MPH Wind Wind is is moving moving north north toward toward the Florida Panhandle. Mark Thibodeaux from the Weather Channel says the storm is moving into an area of the Gulf where water temperatures have cooled down into the seventies, not the proper surface environment to support A Category one hurricane So the official forecast is for this weekend into a tropical depression depression as as it it attempts attempts to to go go up up towards towards Panama Panama City City and and into into parts parts of of southwest southwest Georgia. Georgia. Perhaps Perhaps as as we we get get into into this this weekend, weekend, Florida Florida Corona Corona virus virus

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No crimes found in investigation of Santa Anita horse deaths

KNX Afternoon News with Mike Simpson and Chris Sedens

01:04 min | 1 year ago

No crimes found in investigation of Santa Anita horse deaths

"The LA county district attorney's office has found found no no criminal criminal wrongdoing wrongdoing regarding regarding the the death death some some dozens dozens of of horses horses at at Santa Santa Anita Anita Park Park over over the the past past year year after after a a thorough thorough investigation investigation and and review review of of the the evidence evidence D. D. A. A. Jackie Jackie Lacey said in a statement that her task force did not find evidence of criminal animal cruelty or unlawful conduct relating to the horse fatalities at Santa Anita Kathy Guillermo is senior vice president at Peter which pressed the DEA to investigate the death attorney claims that she has no jurisdiction over the race track and while that may be the case she certainly hurts your section over anti coping law and I think everybody will agree that what we're talking about more than fifty horses dying it has become a quality issue she did welcome the district attorney's recommendations aimed at improving safety at all California race tracks many of which Peeta has been advocating for but says they can still go further Santa Anita's owner the Stronach group said in a statement they are gratified at the report found no evidence of misconduct and that the park has already begun implementing many of the recommendations

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Santa Anita, Anita Park And John Baird discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Santa Anita, Anita Park And John Baird discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

"Another horse has been fatally injured at Santa, Anita park, the third in just nine days. KNX ten seventy John Baird is there live the horses run the track already this morning training in the early morning. But Santa anita's had twenty six horse deaths since December twenty six and the one on Saturday was the first since a tense meeting of the California horse racing board here at the track. When those in the industry faced off with animal rights activists, a jockey spoke. If one of them, I don't stand there with them. I know they're well taken care of surprising, Pat, the horses, but they still. Again, three

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Mystery Particles

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Mystery Particles

"Hey, Don, physicist may found a new subatomic particle that doesn't fit into their current theory of particle physics, which is called the standard model. The us a giant particle accelerator? The large Hadron collider in Europe. Now, the researchers used an instrument floating beneath a balloon over and Artika Arctic. Oh, really, yes. Really? The physicists made the discovery with an instrument called the Antarctic impulsive transient antenna or Anita Anita is designed to be carried into the upper atmosphere by a helium balloon and to detect the radio waves that are emitted when high energy cosmic rays from space strike, the Arctic ice sheet. Researchers learn about the properties of cosmic rays by studying these emissions, but what they found was something stranger. What was ago? Well, they found that some of the radio waves they detected weren't from cosmic rays coming directly down from space. Instead, the particles were blasting up from inside of the earth, the strange and unexpect-. Fid phenomenon has been confirmed by different ground-based detector in Antarctica, the particles or neutrinos neutrinos are subatomic particles. That physicists no are produced by the sun and other bodies in space. They're almost transparent other matter and can pass right through earth. Researchers do think that the particles ultimately come from space and that they pass through the earth. But in a twenty eighteen paper a team of American physicists argued that. They couldn't be exactly like neutrinos or any other particle currently known to physics. They remain a mystery. This moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass, and I'm Yahya Cassandra.

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Closing up this episode. We're gonna put my corner next week. Yes, I'm gonna be Anita hill ran a little long, but it's needed. So you know, we needed to talk about it. You know, sometimes we, we've been doing like extended corner episode, then it's been working out and that way you don't get to overwhelm with too much information. You can just sit on that Anita hill and let's go go watch confirmation. Yes. Next week, just as a little teaser. I love a teaser. I'm gonna do a little talking about baseball. Baseball season is full in effect, and I want to do a little bit of history of baseball involving tropical islands negro league in a dictator. Why that sounds riveting. Stay tuned. Come back next week coming back next week, a little teaser. Gay. I you know how we have HBO goat. I mean, I have HBO oh, I have HBO sees one up in me. I have it lie on I, you know how to love me. I okay. I love watching black excellence on TV. There's so much options. I don't have to like we're in right now. Yes, something I was like, I guess I'd have to watch this white show, but you actually pretty good about black. Should I just throw early two, thousands, thousands, thousands, like moisture. So why do you go disappeared? Bush sought of that. So I was, you know, you hear all these buzzes about these shows and if it's like you start why people are buzzing about it and like, okay, let me go check this out. I watch the first episode and my stomach is I'm about to throw up. I watched the first episode of sharp objects and they can't watch all of it. I liked it. I just I I, it's not. Are you the black made? I just kind of hand. I mean, the whole thing is. They talked to her. She, she, that's unpacked a little bit because I always thought the first her only line was. Do you want some eggs? Yeah, because it's fucked up. It's about the society that's fucked up and they talk about the confederacy in there and how it's all twisted. And like, you know, it's I'm not defending it, but try shorts. I enjoyed it. Okay. And I also feel a little torn about it for other things because I do feel like they kind of glamorize. Self harm, but maybe not. I don't know because I don't do so right arm. So I would know what the experiences. True. It would have been nice if there was more black people in it, but also it is a town that is very much. It would've felt. I don't know. It would've thought I don't send to me. I do hear that because I googled that. Town doesn't exist, but the to see like what the demographics of it is, but there is a town in Pennsylvania called wind gap. That is like, I think it's like ninety two percent white. So if like basements graphics, 'cause I also just finished watching Ozark and it's a lot of white people in that show too. I also because the demographics and it's like, okay, like demographics of that area..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"We're talking about it in a college setting which is supposed to be talking about, but you can also see, like again, I could put that until like what Anita hill was going up again. Exactly what needed hill is going up against lake. We put so much stress on black women like we want them to be or saviors, and then we want them to be. Perfect. And we, we, we tone police them all the time. I know this because I am a black woman. You're speaking from experience? Yeah. I mean, it's it's Thuc let us live. Let us be regular lettuce, like liver lives in speaker truths in something that's been really irritating me lately is the lack of support from. Straight black men and there needs to be more support and we need to be seen less as as saviors. I mean, poor Michelle Obama like just recently the fucking childish Gambino video showed. It's all these. It's cartoon of all these like hip hop artists for over the summer and it shows them doing whatever wackadoo stuff and Konya is shown wearing a make America. Great. Again, hat crying and the Michelle Obama comes out of nowhere to hug him. What is she doing there? She never did that. Like, why do we have to put black women constantly even in our own productions childish Gambino you're black, man. Why do you have to put us in a mothering type of way? And it's it's like just let women be black women and believe us when we say something's not wrong, and that we're not here to destroy or take down anybody. Yup, believe us. I want to get to one last quick point about what we can actually do. And yes, clears thing, there's an article, New York magazine did by Alaska Turney I think thinks she was the writer of this piece. She's involved in it. Her name is Maury Smith. The article is called the case for impeaching Clarence Thomas. Oh yes. So she was at a dinner party with him like nine hundred twenty years ago. And she a detailed story in the national law journal about her allegation of, but squeezing that Clarence Thomas did to her and see such a Perv yuck. And so this is like as he's already been confirmed. And so there's right. Story was corroborated by her roommates at the center party, and it was an, but, oh, it came out at the same time as the James Komi letter when he opened the investigation of Hillary Clinton and the Email probe. So the story came out then fucking James Komi comes in here and that fucking James Comey guy, man. Ruins. So many things. This is another thing that euro in. So here's the thing about the case for impeaching Clarence Thomas. He lied under oath. So there's that the hearings he lied because the truth, everything said that's a lie. So it's legal. That's an impeachable offense. Judges have been impeached not supreme court judges, but judges habit in peace for such acts. Many other women have also, like I said, there are other women who can corroborate the stories of Anita hill. There's other women who had experienced crazy sex talk that he had done that. The sexual harassment essentially could have been subpoenaed that there are. Again, folks of Biden staff say that they had been called in at. They had been folks tha told bite and stuff that they had been called in and they sworn to end they would have corroborated these stories evidence that Clarence Thomas perjured himself during his hearings. The evidence is over while Ming. They didn't have the right witnesses. It wasn't really wasn't a fair case. It wasn't a fair, wasn't fair corroboration to really go out. There didn't do a good job there. In fact, apparently there was an Email that one of the evils that was found in Hillary Clinton's emails. I now we're talking about emails, I'm sorry, but there was one Email that was found that was that Clinton so that she wanted to be debriefed on the evidence that Thomas lied in order to be confirmed long, see on the court. So it's possible Hillary Clinton's gonna to look into that because that would have given her another person to build up point while she in office..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"And this is a fair point. Very fascinating plot weight. But I and the and it's an interesting. There's two women who are really dry who are very involved in this behind the scenes to Joe Biden's eight female aid and Ted Kennedy's female aid. And so again, these other people in politics is unsung heroes, and Ted Kennedy's aide was the one that was really driving the force of like getting a Nieta hell to be there at the confirmation hearing she was the one that pushed Senator Joe Biden's aid to push bite into even allowed any to hell to to be on there. So there's these women who are working behind the scenes who are really trying to do the right thing. Yeah, good. So Joe Biden has recently apologized, okay. Yeah, he apologize in teen vogue the app, which I think is very tvos they've been doing before. I just read that. I was like, wait what? Yeah, they're on top of it. Actually, whoever's in charge of teen vogue now. I believe it used to be this woman name. Elaine went birth. I could be wrong, but she's black woman, but she stepped down recently, but they're still doing like innovative great things. Whereas out there like we're doing more than just fucking how to do your hair and make that. But we're also talking politics off Mike, which is us, which was like, I mean, fast forward twenty years from now. And these young women who were reading teen vogue, and they're just, you know, being zone. Wonderful. He said that he apologizes that he wasn't able to tone to what? Oh Palmer, young young men to not invoke for everybody or gender non binary says, yeah, everybody been doing it. He said that he apologized that he wasn't able to tone down the attacks on her by some of the Republicans. And you know, he, he, he regrets it. He said that he did always believe her good, but his critics are like, but you didn't call the witnesses that could corroborate her. There was another woman who had sexual harassment claims and who played by Jennifer Hudson. John Jay Hyde. I acting work. She was played. She played Angelo right where she was subpoenaed to come down there and then they had her in DC and then they turned her way at the last minute. And she's like, but what I'm into. I mean, honestly, Joe Biden's got some ground to make up for talking about the twenty and twenty bid. You got some major policies into black women like, you know, Joe and you got Kamala Harris and Cory Booker over there. So I mean, you got some work to do and you you, you're not gonna win the election without black women. You're just not gonna. You're not, you're not going to, and I just want any democrat come on fit your act together guys on Biden's note though I will say he did help with the violence against women act. You know, people do grow in chain growing evolving. So I'm not. I'm not holding his feet to the fire because you know, I will. I see, said he apologize. Very true. A lot of people don't even go that far and a genuine. Apology. Not like, sorry, if you're offended by the conference was like, I was wrong. I should have done better. Yeah, you know when I was drinking, we get searched for this podcast. I came up from, I came from a quote from someone, and you guess who it was? My cousin Chardonnay, Matt mad, Kim was quoted in the route last year. I love me article about Anita. Hill started name Atkins has got a debating against Betsy DeVos or Betsy DeVos or Betsy, whatever the fuck it education. Yes. And so my cousin, she's a project manager for the advocacy organization and rape on campus. And she told the large Los Angeles time that in part black women are actually more reluctant than white women to report sexual harassment because of patriarchal norms that censored societal struggles of black men over those black women. Snap snap snaps to your cousin because that is the truth. She also went on to say it's house these black women to remain silent because the education of their perpetrator is essentially more important than their education in talking about in terms of college when it happens in like a college setting, and then they that they can't be another person who sends a black man to jail that these are. These are the few black men who were able to make it to college and you're, you're trying to report them is going to hinder their success..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"It was crazy. PR conservative blitz that the Republicans had towards her and the Democrats didn't do a lot of anything. Joe Biden, a bite, it was kind of bad at two. He was the cheek. He was the head of the committee and he kind of he didn't really step up to the plate and. And I- Ted Kennedy didn't really say anything because Ted Kennedy cornet really say anything of the time because he was being accused of he had weird sexual things happening on up and say, anything you stop in while and there were four women who wanted to testify and would have been subpoenaed to corroborate hills story, but they didn't subpoena them God. So there was a lot of sort of like politics that were happening again, the use to this. Well, we'll machine and care comes Anita hill, and she had like people backing her. She had a team of people that were representing her and helping her through this process. She was not given a lot of time to prepare for this into get old for witnesses together. It was like a railroad sort of situation. They tried to pain in her eyes slutty and nutty. And the crazy thing is an came, yes, seven out of ten Americans believe that she lied. Seven added ten believes she lied. Do not believe black women, we do not. It's actually were white history shows that is she was a white woman accusing this black man. Oh, he would have been dead that that that dead dead dead in the water, but murdered Linden, actually lynched. And so, but here's the good thing. I mean, here's the thing, but what came out of this create and I highly recommend watching confirmation just sucking up this information about Anita hill because I think she's like she's sets out an important part of our history and she, let's get some statues of this woman erected instead of like Robert l. e. like she is a yes alerts that monument and should be celebrated. Her testimony prompted an avalanche of sexual harassment complaints. It inspired progressive women and men to strengthen anti harassment measures and challenges subsections that. Regime already Trump's sender sollidarity. So the effects that came out and then a record amount of women were elected to congress in nineteen Ninety-two after her testimony. I liked that that, yeah, I have a follow up. Yeah, Joe Biden. Oh yeah. He's my next point a topic, but yes. Okay. Then you can. You'll probably cover it then. Oh, well, also just like to wrap up this thing about Anita hill, and I just want to mention something about bite in neon. Yeah, I wanna talk about Clarence Thomas. Yes, black women are, you know they've been challenged. Sue. Choose race. Oh, for gender or gender over race depending all time. Yeah, they're standing with. And you know, I, it just this is what he'll Anita hill was being challenged by some people within the community. That lake. I'll bet people didn't like Clarence Thomas people. Black people did not like that. A black woman was challenging this black because of the scrutiny that black men got so much and it was so public. So it though. Hate like that. She was betraying her race by just trying to speak up for this wrongdoing that had happened after being treated disgusted Leigh by a someone who supposedly her superior at work layouts and people were like, well, why did she worked with him at two different locations? And they're like, why did you continue? I with. Lame on her and it's like people don't understand the the psychological ramifications of a situation like that in to working like an jot like job space, like you kind of take the work where is, and I'm sure she probably thought that lake. Okay. This won't happen again or there's a lot of different stories that like might happen this. Listen, ninety one. It's not that easy digit engine to get a job, and she's also a black woman. And she also believes in the places that she wants to work at. So in even still, I don't. I don't like that argument because who cares what? Her excuses they still it's putting the blame back on her, she'll righty. Yeah. Why was he acting this? I was doing that. Absolutely. She has a book out called reimagining equality, stories, gender race, and finding home Biden. I thought by dentist. Fascinating. Yes, apparently had a toothache to the entire thing. I just bring that up because in the movie you had a toothache and he needed to get to three move..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"And what happened was is how Clarence Thomas even come about is that Thurgood Marshall was stepping down from the supreme court, an amazing man, amazing man and George Bush was like while just open. He was like, I didn't. It wasn't just throwing up another black guy. Yes, he was. Clarence Thomas who the black community talk. They were not for Clarence Thomas. They really because he sucks. He sucks. He actually. Up until now. He does not hold a lot of, I think the scene sort of not to all black people think alike, but he doesn't hold up the same sort of, I think values in progress that a lot of us try to champion drawn. Ask conservative person. Yup. And it's funny though, like again, he he used race when it was convenient for him when he was up there for his confirmation, he for his when he was being questioned. You know, he pretty much sold them that it was like a modern day lynching and grows. Be swung words. See, he's gross. Just back that he would say some shit like that with all the connotations behind it. Replacing third. Good, Marshall? Yeah. Who was such a champion of civil rights? Yup. Now dare you Clarence Thomas zones. These confirmation hearings were aired. This is Ninety-one these. They were aired like on TV. And so this is like a kind of the OJ Simpson trial because it was it was like the before we had reality television, you know? So it was like a rating like people were like, I remembered to this. It was shutting off my Disney after noon that was shutting off my TGIF lately. Remember this. And also it was like, I mean, it was very, it was the language that's used like, you know, I, I'm Anita hill. She talks about the pornography that he was. He was like saying, he watches certain kinds of graphic pornography involving like animals and just like his his, his domineering, sexual prowess, which is not a workplace and that he made a comment. And this is like. Most famous thing that he said he's like, who put a pubic hair on my can. Right. Why do I? Why is that? The only thing that I remember who put this pooper care, cocaine, which like ro a wacko do. Okay, crazy. And so he's making decisions for this whole fucking country. And he would ask her to hang outside of the workplace and a lot of inappropriate sort of stuff. And so before this, there weren't any strict laws about this. That was, you know, I'm there were a certain like sexual harassment laws. I think like if it was like you were trying to date someone on you, fire them. But if you were making an uncomfortable workspace, there were no laws around that, and she was also they tried her because you know, they called into question her character. Oh my God, they were discussing. Yeah. Oh, I have here that Thomas routinely harass her sexual comments about his penis and watching beyond like ones with long Dong silver films with women, having sex with women and his own sexual prowess and talked about women in this man women's their colleagues bodies. And again, who put this care of my coke can in now he's a part of the highest court of the land and it's gusting gross gremlin man entering these hearings hill. She, they were hostile towards her. They were acting like they were acting like she was on trial, and that's not what this was. They put her on trial and the grilled her they did not grow Thomas. They know it was a lot of politicking that was happening. They read graphic questions about her sex life. This suffered from Arado mania..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"This is a phenomenal job just really bringing Anita hill to life because she's such a different than alluvia pope. So just, yeah. Yeah, I, I need to see this because I watched the documentary and Anita and Anita hill is distinct. Yeah, type of person that she is. She's very distinct vary, kindness, subtle, well-spoken vary. Just like not. Like I mean, like well-spoken isn't like every word that shows is he's kind of purposeful in nerdy. That's what I was gonna say. That's what I meant to say. Like like every word is perfectly chosen way that she speaks. Hope is like I will kill you. I'm all of your coke. Give me that baby, fix it. Fix. Do something off your tub and like I use her hands a lot and not not Anita hill. She's very so bright all that to say. So it was about twenty five years ago, the Anita hill, and you've watched documentary, so you feel free to chime in too. Because in case I miss something, nothing, but the boat and you're hanging out drinking a little drinking a little. I don't know, Pat Olsen water. I don't know. But you know. It's twenty five years ago. So she was she. She was a university of Oklahoma law professor inches, a private citizen, and she testified before the Senate Judiciary committee committee who Clarence Thomas was being nominated for the supreme court's and happening currently with. That's yeah, right. So that's happening and like by Anita hill stepping forward through a giant monkey wrench into a well oiled machine of an old boys club sort of thing also does not a lot of women in politics right now. A lot of at this point I the late eighties nineties early ninety. I'm driving the ship here by. Oh, it was nine hundred ninety one nine thousand nine hundred ninety. Nine hundred ninety one. So it was like wasted. No, this I got it here. This is my notes I in. So yeah, this on a lot of women in in congress to at this point. And so before this, if there was someone who has been nominated like it would just be they just there would not be. There was a lot of attention from like we did not see a lot of the things that were happening in these hearings and things like that. There wasn't a lot of someone's nominated. They pretty much went through. And so this is sort of a big deal. And this is one of the first faces of sexual harassment in the workplace because of Anita hill which will get to new laws reply. We're, we're past and I like to point this out because I think again, so much of a feminism has a very white face to it, and we need to be looking at Anita hill as one of the pioneers of sexual harassment laws in feminism and also just conceptual, they affect, you know, men as well. So all the snaps all her and she was working. And so how did this happen? Well, she was. She had worked for Clarence Thomas at the department of education, and then she had also worked for him at the. EEOC which I guess is also the federal sexual harassment watchdog. So I'm Roenick really? Yes. Sexual harass their God. I forgot about that. So she had testified against and she didn't want to. It's only she sought this out. She people had heard. Some journalists had heard that there are rumblings that something happens and they had approached her and she is like she sought out any of this. She had been approached, and so there's a lot of things that, oh, she was attention seeking full of shit that they put on her and she wasn't all she wanted to do was to get all the facts out there and let and have a fair confirmation and let the let the people be able to hear all the facts before this man was going to be sworn into a very, very high office that is supposed to have integrity to it and a life appointment a life appointment. Yeah, it's very noble of her. She. She testified before congress in it. Again, it was all white all male panel senators. And I mean, it's brutal. They fuck in gruel her..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"As an actress conversation. Okay. Because we were just offline and you brought up are very good point. First of all, I said, how when was the last time you watched the body of bodyguard and it's been a minute been a minute and that it's like when I think about like ninja turtles part two, I'm like, oh my God, it's amazing. And then I go back and I watched it and like, oh yeah, because I was eight years old. Yeah. I mean, I'll give you that. But also I'm proud of preacher's wife is she was going to the preacher's wife, but also it's been a minute since I've seen that fits you, but you also brought up waiting to exhale. She was great in that, but it's also been a minute since I've seen that. I think I was watching the bodyguard recently and I was like, oh, okay. Well, it was maybe need even feelings for minute. She she did. She was doing some acting. I bet she grows her last film that should said sparkle. I haven't seen it, but it looked like she was having a good time on the set. I'm not even gonna touch sparkle. Oh, okay. I don't know. She thought that was like the last thing she did before she died. Oh, yeah, right. She was in remember she was in the Cinderella movie with brandy. She played her godmother. She was rocking it in that I, I say, wasn't graduates whatever the bodyguard specifically. I was like, okay. It was the first film, but I wanted to to talk about her last week just I didn't want to Russia's through Anita hill. Now we're going to take our time and we're gonna take our time through her. So I watched how I got a Nita hill kick. As I watched, Cleopatra Johnson, no. On. Jermaine confirmation. Which is on premium channel HBO you are. Are you making money from that hurts. I don't isn't it. And that is true. 'cause I just I just got used to be a girl recently to in. It has changed my life. Are we making money from me? We should be money. We talk about their shows a lot I value on their shows. They do, although tangent city. Well, maybe we'll get to this little bit later. I think it connects what we're gonna talk about. I'll bring it up later. I'll bring it up later if there's time I'm but is watching confirmation starring Carey, Washington. Yes. And I have to say she's got HBO go, go, watch confirmation. Go HBO. Go watch it. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Nice. Also an actress we can both get behind. Yes, that's true. You know, we come to the table Washington. We come to the table, Carrie Washington. Okay. And you know what I will say this about Carrie Washington. She like it's a movie that you're it's very hard to play a fictional person I would say. And you mean real real person? Yeah, it's Nita hill is very much still alive. It's very much Fikret real. I find it Pasolini because she plays a Nieta hell. And I think she was shipped. She was. She's still limited a shooting scandal. I think she'd like one mercy's scandal. That's why we ending this and also snaps to carry Washington because she helped produce this film. And again, the importance of like she would have never been able to produce is very, very important thumb until it's very amusing story had she not been picked up for scandal had not scam happen again, scandalous time that we had a black female and a leading drama since the sixties. So right history is happening and now in the importance of storytelling. Because this story like I did not know a lot about Anita hill. I knew side pieces, but the story really put. It out into peace, and it's a really great story that destroyed a shows, all aspects of the conversation happening. Real life people like Joe Biden is in loom who plan you Biden? I forget, but the guy I've seen him before and he does a really good Joe Biden. He was okay. You're like, oh, that's so Biden. I see you. Yeah, Ted Kennedy, a lot of senators and stuff who are still numbering the game and how involved they were with Nita hell and the confirmation of Clarence Thomas who is still alive and still supreme court Justice, and we're going to get them and the problems with Clarence Thomas and how we actually. Might be able to fix it today, but. Oh, so peculiar Washington back to for and giving her all the snaps..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"We're talking about here on the podcast, but the rights that were happening in guac, the watts riot LA. Okay. Well, the I forgot we talk about on the podcast, but the documentary starts right resumes. Riots are happening like when he was born into all that I but they had to. They moved her out of regular school because she was getting picked on by cashews lighter skinned. But you have a kid and then as an adult to still get picked on. Yeah, that's deserting laying what the hell. Like we need to stop policing what it is. What is black and what isn't black, you could be black and be whatever the fuck you are. As long as you are from African descent, you're black, and we watched just accept that and let that be that let it be because it comes in many different shades forms and colors aids. Rest in peace. Whitney Houston's, Russ and fees. I have, you know, the power documentaries. Thank you for the people who've been putting the Sacramento out because, like I say, I, I, I'll Eitan Tanya. I was like, okay, no more Tonya Harding jokes. And for me, no more Whitney, Houston jokes. I did not know. I had no idea about, I know, but I had to learn. I had no idea. We didn't use them was my first major, heartbreak, celebrity death. Because I grew up listening to her, we played her all the time, my black household loved Whitney. Houston, like it was I grew up listening to Whitney Houston lake pretty much every single decade. There was some Whitney Houston, and you know her dying to me was just so tragic and her music is just so beautiful and voices. Two, so pure, it's it's chill. I got chills. Like when she sings, you just kept these shows. Also the bodyguard was revolutionary. I didn't even think about that. Like and Kevin Costner talks about how there's that moment when she runs spoiler alert, she writes. For the thirty years well or. She runs out of the plane and she runs through him and she kisses him and the camera like goes around him. And he was like, wow, this is like one of the first times this moment has ever happened in a romantic movie. This romantic moment has never been seen before like this. Right? And that was winning Houston paving the way I know Whitney, here's to doing it. She lot of people don't give her credit for that. She actually was a pretty good actress was okay. I mean, I would say that she's almost Holly berry and can Holly berry tune. Whoa. Okay. Over about to close the segment and you try to that sir. Barrio bad actress just as. No, I she's on par with like Megan. Good. See people enter the bus now. So now you're saying Megan, good actor could actually, I didn't say that she was or was it? I'm just pointing out that you don't think that making good is a good. I know I would. I just think that Halley is, I think she's very talented actress. I think that when you Houston is a tone today actress, I think that she's a good act. I don't know. I, I think how is putting the work, I think like losing Isaiah. She's dope at like, there's a lot of roles that she came out, like, what's that movie where she plays a crackhead jungle fever, is it that? Yeah. Yeah, she's great knit. He's okay. I mean, I love. So you're not. She played Sarah Anne stone, you fast forward leaders. She beat shares stone and cat-woman saying, I like Barry, you've talked some stuff about Holly berry about how she's like, nice ninety would not put is I just would not put her on the same par as when he's using could get there by just want to. You know, how surprising? Well, can we, let's get to your partner. Well, just we're auto role that black women and I want to talk about certain black woman deserves our conversation me. We're talking about. A little bit later. Well, maybe you could play her in the sequel. Where did talk about a neither hill. Okay..

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Minority Korner

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Push your teeth cover for his album. Even today, they're exploiting him on her own life. Like, fuck you guys like that's just gusting to me like, yeah, support black women. Yep, yeah, yeah. And I also think too, it's like like there is a point her Michael Jackson had a really close relationship. Probably wait for each other. They would go into each other's hotel room and just sit in silence and and just be because they understood each other, what they were going through. And it made me like seeing those two, how much like we as a society. And I remember feeling the same way when I watched I Tanya, we just get the pitchforks for people. We build people up, tear them down. We need to roll that back if there's a celeb-. Like unless someone's doing something that's like racist, exa, homophobic, sexophobia, no raises nexus homophobic exit. Yes. Just like, you know, terrible to other human beings. If you don't like them, then that's fine. You don't need to be vocally out there booing someone because I don't like their music or you don't like their talent or something like full that alone therapy people, and they're human beings and and we need to it's hard, what is that they're doing? And they're some of them are suffering through things and but she did her. Mother had venom for Janet Jackson, there's there is a clip with her. Mother is a piece of work. Cissy Houston used to be a backup singer for a wreath of Franklin pizza, relax. And also it made me realize like, would you send like some people are just born with this talent? And yes, she was born with a talent, but her mother worked that voice upright raining every morning. It was like. And so I think it's also important to look at like people like if you've got a talent, you gotta work at that like Michael, Michael Jordan, like not the biggest fan of his because he invested. Unlike private prisons, listen to our podcast about it, but like he was he's the first one at the basketball court. He was raining and drilling at five o'clock in the morning. So it's like looking beyond, say her father drilled her when she was a little kid, they were like run laps in the morning and have them saying like that. Yeah. So it just also like the like the work ethic that you have to have to go at that level. So it's like you've gotta talent. Dream talent is not enough. You gotta fuck in work, takes care of yourself though too, because we see what happens with some people when they burn out. Absolutely. But it was inspiring to like also just, no, I don't know. I think some people just think like, oh, well, they're just so lucky. You know, they fucking, you know, work the shit out. Yeah, it takes work to get level lake, man. You know, like the craziest thing about the whole Whitney. Houston story is how young she was. Yes, she signed about forty eight. Something like six. Like she had a comeback tour in. I remember her comeback to our when she sang that song, it's not right, but it's okay. Yeah, I remember that and it was like her coming back in the early two. She was like thirty five. At that when her comeback? Yes, like idiom nuts. Why she was doing her last tour that they end up having cancel it was people were walking out because she was she was, she was, she. But she was high crazy to think that you have accomplished so much where you can go away. Come back at thirty five. Yeah, like nuts. It's also crazy to you because it's like the talking about the black community. It's like weird because it's like at one point bay, aided her, but then they own. And that was like they were like, no, no, just kidding. Yes. So like that's a yoyo a feeling and like she just didn't understand it. She had to go to her parents put her in Catholic school because she was getting bullied by the black kids in the neighborhood and New Jersey. Also, she'd like right around the time, like how connected to Whitney Houston is just like to history like she was in, where would the New Jersey riots happening?.

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Minority Korner

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"I might know Shaun king recently posted something on Instagram, forget it was something in regards to this wasn't Nike or something about Colin Kaepernick. I don't know if there's I. I'm not fact checking. I don't know. I think I don't know if there's like a loss going into the NFL or something and regards to Colin, I don't know something happened. Check Sean kings and surround pay for more detainees. That's just good practice in general, Shaun king. Very good. His great. Neck area? Yes. Can we? I, I went to the movies. I saw a riveting documentary. Tell me about about s- it's called Whitney. So you saw that one in in? I saw I went to the theaters. It was playing in. It's been going for a while. So it was hard to find. There's like one theater playing it for like a weekend. It was MAs ING. You think you know, but you have no idea. This is the real life documentary. And like I thought I knew Whitney. I in someone who I've I've, I've made many a joke over the last decade or so about her. I know what's on this podcast. I used to love the mad TV's catches about her. I watched that documentary and I was like, oh, Dan. Okay, good to learn. I I watched another documentary on that HBO Dade. So that's why I was. I'm kind of like taking a might watch the other one with a little bit of space because it's my heart breaking. It will. This one I will. Tell you this though, about this one, the difference between this one, that one, this one, that one. This one is backed by the Whitney Houston state, which I. Boston eating because they let it all out there they did. So they're all in it. Her mother, Bobby Brown, her brother's our ons. They are all in it. So it is fascinating. It is fascinating and I going to share with you what someone shared with me before I saw and it didn't spoil the documentary for me. Okay. Okay. Yes. You mind if I share this charity, it's so mind being spoiled for documentary. Okay. Because actually happened. So I'm kind of like. You know, you could find that. Yeah, totally. And if anything like silly, I knew this information going in and then witnessing it, it was like a whole of level because then you're, you're seeing the story and their audio clips of her and her family telling like it puts the whole package together. It was a riveting. Documentaries are like boring and slow. This one I could have watched it for another hour to love it. I love a good thing. I am. I'm a fanatic for documentaries. So a few things about Whitney Houston. The I think in she's so apropos for this podcast one. Yes, she, I don't know if this was in your Showtime documentary, h, excuse. You get my pay time things. Oh, okay. I thought I was on Showtime, sorry, I. Premium, like you're like ill, not. So each meal is a little bit above Showtime. Oh, it is. I mean, what are the hit shows on Showtime, go. To see our and then no, that's on stars. I always think it's so interesting. Like how does Israel have all these like hit shows Showtime, which is like, trying keep trying, you know, Showtime, Starz, and encore. I will say that they have, but they don't got no power. I want to. I Whitney. She had a female lover. Yes, Robin, yes. And so then I put my own guide, so there's already that, so she's a storm. She cannot wait with who she really wants to be the HBO one. Okay. How about this? Okay, rugged Dixon. Yes. The drug addiction which actually I, even though you knew that I don't know our listeners news, the pause on that that like so this whole entire timely like look at what that does is someone's life when they can't fully be themselves is right along extended amount of time. She was with Robin Wright twenty years yet. Robin was go-to person, and she was getting a lot of shade from her family about that and she couldn't publicly. I mean y'all, this isn't like today where you can have like an ice..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

Minority Korner

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Let's just I, I love transparency and honesty when conversations so call it what it is, what it What it is. is. So basically, the campaign is is Colin Kaepernick face and it's black and white, and it says, believe in something even if means sacrificing everything just do that is a beautiful campaign. Yes, I all the snaps all the snaps, all the snaps, the Nike. So he's the well, I'll get into the complicatedness of it, but because Nike makes some of their stuff in shops, labors and imprison and person. Yes. So you get, I'm not gonna give you all the snap comes. I'm going to give you the two or three. Yeah, exactly. All right. You know what? I'm glad you made this bold move. I think it's good. I also think that you were kind of hoping for a little controversy with this too, but I'm glad that you're on the right side of history with the controversy. I think that like Pepsi, remember when they were like we're going to call and they say, what are the jenner's? Yeah, leading barter, black lives matter, protesters pleasant. It was just like a, it was a generic asp protest that was just like, and they had signs. I was like, start the conversation, and then she liked gives the cop, a generic cop, a Pepsi. It was stupid. Yeah, this one actually, they quickly pulled that. Oh yeah, because everybody was like, what the hell is. This is actually standing up for like a real cause and he did essentially lose. You know everything because fucking NFL cowards. It's just like it's so dumb. Just to reiterate the reason Colin Kaepernick started the whole deal. Caper knicker capper neck. I don't know. Okay. I think it's capper Nic. Okay. Okay. Yeah. So cabernet basically started kneeling at the football during the put the star spangled banner, whatever the fuck, you know, pledge of allegiance to the flag. Let that flag American time during football. As a way to as a way to to point towards the injustice that's happening towards black lives matters like basically are being killed by police officers. We know this like that was one of his main purposes of he's not against the flag dumb dumbs. Yeah, he's peaceful protests, which is like, what? All these bigots and why people will be asking my can't. They do it peacefully and they're doing that. And I will also point out that lake every time there's been a silent peaceful protests throughout history where this look at things rose colored glasses that even when there were silent protests like, you know, when they're walking across the bridge when when when they were doing it wasn't just Rosa Parks that sat on a bus and when it give up her sees, people were upset by that time, say and like a lot of people think like, sorry to hijack a story. But I think like Rosa Parks, all know she was young sad lady. She was it was they picked her lead to like. Very purposeful. Women did it before on her own and God, no publicity for it. So they picked Rosa Parks because she was younger and light skin would be better for the press and guess what? The press bit in eighty eight and up. Yup. So just pointed out and the people who are upset because she likes that she did what she did. It was a peaceful protests pointing that out. And I also wanna point out too. I was very. Purposeful by saying bigots and not like a group of people because it isn't just white people. I've heard right. I've heard Latino people at necks people. I've heard an Asian people. I've heard even black people. Yeah, who have been against this kneeling for the flag because they're not educated properly or they just hate black people. Let's just face it. So the the stupidity of it all is now that Nike has announced that Colin Kaepernick is the face of the just do it campaign. They have started cutting the Nike Swoosh is off of their clothing..

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Minority Korner

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Minority Korner

"Go. Oh, hey, Honey, bunches of oats. I feel like I've talked to Alicia. Will you and nutritious. On you. Yeah, but I will Honey bunches of oats. Do they have? Is that sizes? No, there's no Marsh. I only eat marshmallows, cereal deluxe, how do you have teeth. Coming on vitamins. All deals end for marshmallow item in sugar. Vitamin, I feel they even cookie crisp like some vitamins in it by accident, like the iron from the iron tin. Something. Someone's rob, some vitamin c. pills into it and they're like, well, there that goes. Investigate this sugar cereals still as to agree, or are they more like healthy now? Yeah, that's a good question. I feel like I don't know. I feel like Michelle Obama went in there and she was like, get it better. She wanted to be healthy in dancy beyond a way. Just I just recently watched speaking of look, it's like flashback Friday coming out. You like Cleopatra. A lot of flashbacks in that sense that was Dayton yourself, you gotta start updating your reference points. Cricket, cricket, like Sierra and the correct this is a little bit more current. There you go. The Sierra Silva career is just came out recently. Oh, haven't heard anyways. Nice to black lady performers. Oh, wait. I feel like I forgot who you are coming for someone last week, so Rusi those who is not a black lady. For me, I couldn't remember who it was. Right. They're not. All right. Remember that as venom. Oh, I will not doubt that lasts. I went to a YouTube poll, and those are easy to fall into man. I found myself weird as you to polls where I'm like, what am I even looking at somehow? I was watching a clip of beyond, say surprising, a group of high-schoolers the get me body comes dancing in on the side seats us and she's in her stiletto hills, white pants, and the kids like have to keep dancing, but they just want to like hug. Yeah. I can't tell you how I gone to that clip because I wasn't searching for it. I, I was watching it. I was like one o'clock in the morning suggestions on the side. I don't know. Know you with the algorithm is, but you're like, sure, I'll watch that and then you click it and then you go even deeper into something even weirder. That wasn't even the tip of geared. That's like, that's fun reminiscent. We used to live in a nice country down, I know, but it just gets you like, I like, how did I even get their time? Like no idea. Just like it's a tangent kind of conversation. Sports. Our whole podcast is YouTube whole yet. It's just like we're going, didn't didn't know. I wanted to hear this the year we go. We're putting this on beyond say's birthday by the way. Oh, what's our countdown? She was like four, three, two one be day album. Where's that? Was about her birthday on her birthday for her birthday. That's why I'm surprised she isn't doing anything big today, but you know, she has three kids now. She's probably tie. She's like, yeah, she's like, this is my life today. I've been on just more. I got. Two of them are twins. That's all high magin. No, no, thank you like I don't want. No twins are great. You guys love you guys out there who are with twins or are twinned are has children twins. But anyways, what's in the news today? I don't know if you've heard, but Colin Kaepernick and Nike have struck a deal. Oh, Tampa. I also missed the opportunity for you to say, I don't know if you heard, and I would have said about the word, oh, bird bird birds birds bird or it's the word what we did it anyways. Maybe that came up on my YouTube as well. Recently, another one. Yeah. Oh, I highly suggest everybody go down a YouTube of late nineties, early two, thousands video. That's a good. He's not playing that. You've got a Jewish, you gotta do it on YouTube. It's all there. It's up to you. You are the MTV of your own life. YouTube. Okay. So people are upset in by people. I mean, big. Good. I'm glad that you like highlight of that. That's always good to know when someone comes out and they're like, well, people don't like this when there's all these black people on TV, you mean big this. Let's be..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"To enjoy your sending signs if you're all worked up and crying like crazy We did a video on this to it pushes. Your energy, out, which. Forms a barrier for your pet to come in so, most, people get, their signs when they're, the most relaxed it's like well whatever, and even though your. Pet is, with, you twenty four seven you know sometimes they're more overt, like having a person in your house your roommates with you twenty four, seven but sometimes you run into them and sometimes you know so you can, ask to your pit to come around at certain times but. Allow them, to make their. Choices when they wanna give you a sign allow, them. To make. The choice of what kind of sign. I mean think about it here's your pet? On the, other side is going okay? Let's see I'm dumb? Right MandA sitting down there? What am I? Going to send her today let's say should I send her goosebumps nam? Already, done that how. About three deer. Already did that routine how about a, leaf in the middle of winter when? There's no trees hey. That's pretty cool she'd get that let's say she likes, them number three where can I dump threes in her so she'll pay attention and when you allow your openness that gives your pets so much creative Entity it, just says us all the innovation you want so mom knows so again it's, about you opening your awareness and expect what are you ain't. Open my, awareness tell your. Pet I'm looking forward to receiving your signs I'm, believing. There your. Signs and you go well there you. Go believe in what you don't even know? True you, got to open your mind? To the belief of? It to allow them to? Show you it's? Sorta like if you don't buy tickets to the lotto you can't win? So, at least open. Your mind so. If this is real for you skeptics, out there you're allowing your pit to come through because of. You go Nope I believe in his stuff is we're not going there Then you're gonna okay I'll, honor their? Free. Will choice until they won't otherwise now remember that. If you're not getting any signs and they're going sitting up there going I'm just honoring their free will choice she said you didn't want to she doesn't believe in his stuff okay I'll. Just, sit up here until they. Open their wariness now the next thing, is you can be begging your pit so hard. For signs that the? Pet's going ease up chick just let me do. It at my. Pace your, crime so hard I'm trying to get through but you're so wired up you're not. Noticing and wouldn't. You say that's important Amanda that they. Noticed because weren't you easy going and you, weren't, afraid it up in these times that dynasty censure your. Sense. Right it is when I'm at my most relapse definitely and I think that's why probably nature. Is a is an ongoing theme because that's when I'm really, relaxed when I'm. Out in nature and she knew. It and she took advantage of it, well let's say, she was created let's don't say she took advantage of let's. Say. She was innovative and creative about it is there anything Amanda, that you would impart to our listeners who don't know. About all this stuff what would you say to them I would say give it a, try what would you say as a. Pit mommy who's got lots of. Science what would you what advice. Would. You give to these folks I would say the most. Important, thing you can do and it's something that we can. All do is just to listen to your heart as a. Year connection with your pet it's something that, only the two of. You have shared and if, you open your heart to. That and you. Open your mind the possibility of, connection with them it's it really will start to feel like it'll start to happen you just have to open your, mind in, your. Heart to and that's given given them permission you. Just gotta given them permission that your free will choices okay I don't know whether I believe this or not but I give you permission if this is real to come on down and. Show, me your stuff when you. Say yes absolutely so set a time, sit back ask you Pat and then don't worry. Him to death With anita Anita, Xango hey come. On semi assign when you're ready and I'll look forward. To it anything else you want to add a man and then we'll wrap up our. Show today I feel, like we've I feel like. We've, covered yeah. Like you her sons have gone to run. The game we've covered several and I'm sure that I'm sure it's tangos. Goes on I'll, have more but the I just really wanna add that once you have, this experience it's something that. You'll treasurer and I think just that alone is worth giving it. A, try yeah it brings joy to, your heart and I think she said it alone that just just and With your pip- because it will bring you such. Joy to understand that there is living energy on the other side and life after death. Does go on as, living energy just because you. Can't, see it. In the first suit doesn't mean it in. So I'm going to end on that I'm going to say bye bye..

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"anita anita" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Crazy We did a. Video on this. To it pushes your energy out which. Forms a barrier for your pet to? Come in so most. People get their signs when they're the most relaxed it's like whatever and even though your pet is, with you twenty four seven you know sometimes they're more overt it's like having a person in your house your roommates with you twenty four seven, but, sometimes you run into them and sometimes you. Know so you can ask your pet to come around at certain times but allow them to make. Their choices when they wanna give you a sign allow them to make the choice of what kind of sign I mean think about it here's your pedal on the other side, is going okay let's see I'm dumb right MandA sitting down there what am I going? To send her. Today let's say should I, send her goosebumps nam already done that how about three deer not already did. That routine how about a leaf in the middle of winter when. There's no trees hey that's pretty cool she'd get that let's say she likes the number three where can I dump threes in her so she'll pay attention and when you allow your openness that gives your pets so much creative It just says us all the innovation you want so mom knows so again, it's about you opening your awareness and expect what are you. Ain't open, my awareness tell. Your pet I'm looking forward to receiving your signs, I'm. Believing there. Your signs, and you go well there. You go believe in what you don't even? Know true, you got to open your mind to the belief? Of it to allow them to show you it's? Sorta like if you don't buy ticket to the lotto you can't win? So, at least open. Your mind so. If this is real for you skeptics, out there you're allowing your pit to? Come through because of. You go Nope I believe in his stuff is we're not going there Then you're gonna okay I'll? Honor. Their free will choice until they won't otherwise. Now remember that if you're not getting any sense and they're going sitting there going I'm just honoring their free will choice she said, you didn't want to open she'd unbelieving this stuff okay. I'll, just sit here until they. Open their wariness now the next thing is. You can be begging your pit so hard for. Signs that the pet's going ease up chick just let me do, it at my. Face your, crime so hard I'm trying to get through but you're so wired up you're not. Noticing and wouldn't. You say that's important Amanda that they. Noticed because weren't you easy going and you, weren't, afraid it up in these times that dynasty since your. Science. Right it is when I'm at my relapse definitely and I think that's why probably nature is. A is an ongoing theme because that's when I'm really relaxed, from them out. In nature and she knew it. And she took advantage of it well, let's say she, was created let's don't say she took advantage of it let's. Say. She was innovative and creative about it is there anything Amanda that, you, would impart to our listeners who are going about all. This stuff what would you say to them I would say give it a try, what would you say as a pit. Mommy who's, got lots of science what. Would you what advice. Would. You give to these folks I would say the. Most, important thing you can do and it's something that we. Can all do is just to listen to your heart as. A year connection with your pet it's something that only the two. Of you have shared and, if you open your heart. To that and. You open your mind the possibility, of connection with them it's it really will start to feel like it'll start to happen you just have to open your mind? And. Your heart to giving them given them permission. You just gotta given them permission that your free will choices okay I don't know whether I believe this or not but I give, you permission if this is real to come all now. And, show me your stuff when. You say yes absolutely so set a time. Sit back ask you pet and then don't worry. Him to death With Anita Anita Anita Sankoh hey come, on semi assign when you're ready in outlook forward to anything else you, wanna add a man and then, we'll wrap up our show today I feel like we've I feel. Like we've covered yeah like her sons kinda run the game we've covered several and I'm. Sure that I'm sure as time goes on I'll have more. But. The I just really want to add that once, you.

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"anita anita" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Back to the phones we go maria it's your turn hello maria hey scott it's anita anita sooner than later i don't wanna see another american live wasted whether it's a border patrol agent or somebody at the hands of illegal immigrant i think that the military needs to take this on and be done with it like they do in other countries i don't know why they can't design a landmine with something other than shrapnel in it that can be used it's a this is a war they even they're invading our country and we need to to stop it sooner than later maria two four three thirty three thirty three if we're accused again i'm not i'm not in favor of of land mines and the southern border but always wanna make it clear that if you if you think that the enemies of the president or the enemies of of of secure borders now are angry about the humanitarian or the lack of humanitarian care when you put children in facilities without their parents what do you think they're going to say to landmines jim you're next stig yeah i want the border secured like most rational people but this is carved affect you know you're going to cost so causes people here money talkers support services that hire illegal that's why they couldn't hear money in it i have a friend in california very conservative second amendment all this whole situation just had a driveway put in the price of a regular contractors president cash agribusiness that's doing this and to hear about well hundred workers at some meat processing plant this statistic show most of it is because money that's post underneath the table and then goes to south america not because that people are picking strawberries that's not the cause a little more so you're saying the american citizen needs to suck it up and pay more and then you're saying that those businesses need to be punished because they're hiring or or hiring illegal immigrants yes that i think is the root cause and sure we'll have to pay more for things but you know we're paying on it up the backside with all of the healthcare all the troubles that we have stopped the cause of them wanting to come here and then he won't even have to close the damn border it'll do it itself thank you thanks james two four three thirty three thirty three we're taking your calls do you want to secure border or not how do you propose doing it no name calling no fingerpointing just ideas okay when you were in school what did your teacher tell you to do.

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"anita anita" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Of where on his tires that's the same thing with lebron right however where where does he go because the reason why this is such a great mystery to me is because twenty ten marcus i felt like it was about business right like hey man i've done what i can here at cleveland but i'm making the choice i need to win so he went to miami he won okay twenty fourteen it was about legacy it was about man i need to go back say cleveland anita anita go to this spot in in right the wrong but in twenty eighteen it's about lebron right like he he's done the business he's done the legacy thing now all bets are off l this is great drama because like like a game of thrones episode i have no idea how it ends right now absolutely here's the thing i think about it from all standpoints being a former pro athlete myself having to make a decision and free agency definitely not on this level but with that being said to me the other factors what do you mean marcus but i'll tell you what i mean the other factors is lebron has kids he has a son that's really good in basketball the decision making process between him and his wife savannah is going to be about family is going to be about where you want to call home for quality quality family so i think a lot of other factors other than the fact that he just wants to.

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"anita anita" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"anita anita" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Said earlier whiplash and that he was lashing out at everybody and picking fights in having arguments he did need to have all weekend long and then he stands there so solemn so quote unquote presidential got to stop giving the president credit for acting presidential but theory was doing that and it's hard to almost reconcile the images of these two people so whoever helped him put that speaks together today i think thou got it right and i think it's interesting to notice this after sandy hook president obama said straight out we've got to do something about this we have got to do something about this and president trump did not i'm not being critical of either of them in this case i don't think either of them would move the ball if they try to then anyway so obama gold right in president trump did not and they both speeches sounded pretty good to me it's 130 on wgn we'll get you the news here and a few seconds by the way if you we um need somebody to help you sell your home and you do and you want to get the most dollar in the shortest amount of time and you do that i'm recommending amy kite with keller williams realty infinity fats my recommendation aimed these fees are flexible and she makes this unique pledge she said let's pick a date and a dollar amount and if you're home doesn't sell by the deadline than all by the house from you who else makes an offer like that any does ask anita anita came back with a third property for amy to sell them and he did it again gutter eleven eleven showings.

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