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"belize" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"belize" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"Article in medium as well? The gardeners cloture history and believes Berry. Dot Com but also beautiful. but very different like you said from neighboring countries. So, when I think of the Gershman. Getting goofy museum believes I think of person exile right from Saint Vincent to Belize and then they're all you know ultimately settling across, you know throughout the coast of Central America. I feel like. The history and the development of Garner comedian believes has not always been very welcoming like you know history shows us that belief in Garifuna were designated to certain districts in believe in couldn't even go into belief city right because of anti blackness and then also fears about you know what happened in Haiti with the revolution and now you have these black you know. Group speak their own language. So there's kind always like that anti-black missed and that fear of what could happen. so you know thinking about. As. They used to call them I think I believe. Forty hours right because they needed a permit, they had a permit for forty hours. They could've say longer than forty eight hours in Belize City. So they had to be out beginning about how like the? You know the discrimination against Garifuna has been there's a long history in Belize. And also like colonial establishment often pudding pitting. GARIFUNA and creoles against each other which you can see a lot of that today in terms of you know how they. You know interact with each other and then also like cultural kind of differences and things like that. And then in nineteen forty, one guaranteeing a settlement day on with fashion believes that kind of was well, it's a reenactment of when the Garifuna came on their boats and settled in the southern districts of believes in this huge celebration that takes place in believes and in the diaspora until like places like New York and La, they celebrate it. So there's kind of like Ben this. Then shifts of you know believe Garifuna is being discriminated against being included in the nation So thinking of a Garifuna Settlement Day, we can actually pay homage to The GARIFUNA community Also like UNESCO. Designated Garifuna language dance music. as something to be preserved and something to be celebrated for that also tells you like what Garifuna culture And Catherine of people have. Given to the nation right also, they're really celebrated in Belize to their culture, their ability to preserve their language And their rebellious Hippie But then also there's kind of like these remnants. Of Anti blackness and discrimination that's kind of over from like. Colonization. Colonial Administration So it's it's a very like complex. kind of history. And I think it's also different to from my understanding from when I was in Belize. You Know Garifuna, Settlement Day the music is very much celebrated in believing that they Astra even to the point where confess sometimes become synonymous with believe in music. But there's always that recognition that Garifuna culture which doesn't happen in a lot of different in a lot of countries that America's. Mainly Hindu. So. Yeah. That's a little bit more about like the development Garifuna Canadian believe. They also have like long histories of serving an education healthcare system. So there's like, yeah, there's like a history kind of. Like. A whole history of how Gary. Communities became kind of part of this this national identity as well. That's very fascinating. It looks like we're out of time. So we've been speaking with Nicole Ramsey. She's a PhD candidate in the Department of African American and African diaspora studies at UC Berkeley. Issue on learn more about her article, you could check it out on medium. It's entitled believes remind Central America to think outside the box we are going to create a link to article on our twitter account, but in the meantime Nicole Ramsey. Thank you very much for being on the show with us. Thank you. And with that said that as in for today's show, you could check out this episode in our previous episodes on Latino media collective dot com the goals of follow us on twitter and a name at L. MC underscores show, and of course, live on WPF W FM DOT ORG. So bad my co producer Abby Roberts. This is Oscar Fernandez saying, thank you very much everyone for listening to this show. That's it for today's show on. November Jau..
"belize" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"Berkeley, her medium article is entitled Believes Remind Central America to think outside the box. So Nicole, you know most of the time we discuss Central America here on this program a lot of it stems regarding the dark legacy of various right wing dictatorships for all of Central America in one form or another, and it makes me wonder you know the more I learn about believes is history itself which you know obviously, it doesn't have the same violent bloody history as its neighbors in Central America. But it doesn't make me wonder if you believe the region's bloody history of right wing dictatorships play a role in Central America's distant relationship with believe because the reason I ask you that is because. The. Last time we discuss believes here on this program. Our guests noted that you know sometimes unconsciously the whenever we say the word care being would we're thinking in the back of our minds may actually be black culture. Now, that's not to say, that's not to say that Central Americans are all inherently racist. But when you think about you know the history of right wing dictatorships history has proven that they been especially races in one form or another we have the indigenous populations in their own in their own respective countries. But with that said, you know disease dark history sort of play a role in Central America's distant relationship with beliefs. Yeah. That's A. Great question because that's often something that I thought about. For a long time especially thinking about. Legions in Los Angeles Central American identity in Los Angeles I think. American identity in Los Angeles has always within the context of central Americans who fled violent repression back. In their countries but thinking about Guatemala I think like in Los Angeles. El. Salvador definitely hunters Nicaragua So definitely I do think it definitely plays a role in Central American relationships to believe especially abroad because then I think you're also thinking about the different reasons why People Migrate Believe in. Reasons or you know long history of migration to the US is very different than other countries in central. America. And so I think that that plays out in that history of migration and. You could definitely see it and within that framework I think in terms of like the role that it plays in the region. I think you're definitely right because I think this particular type of histories and I believe Costa Rica maybe a up there too that doesn't have that particular history as well. So it'll be interesting to kind of see how that also work within that Lens also. Costa Rica having different ethnic compositions and believes we'll be very interesting. but I think they're also both unique in that sense. And it kind of. So. I think it Kinda plays out in terms of like goes back to the relationship of how each country season. So. In relationship to each other. So thinking about like. Modalities of power. Relationship to other Central American countries the US, their relationship to the nation plays out in that way. I'm thinking about beliefs too in the sense of. where it is today believes is becoming very when if you think about the Central American diaspora. Believe has a large population of folks from El Salvador. Who? Pain in the eighties and who have been living there generations right creating this kind of. Double Diaspora call it within instant within believed. So the relationship connection of Belise to. these other. Countries and dictatorships have been Central America. Is, through that Lens of Migrations whether they're migrating to believe or when they migrate to places Third Base, California or the US these kinds of relationships. Become more. Visible I think that in terms of literature as well. So. A. Lot going on between the sixties and the eighties and even before of places in Central America. So that kind of takes up a lot of literature because there's so much history there and so many things happening. So I've definitely seen it within that framework and I. Think. Believes not having that particular 'cause three does kind of play into how people see believe within the region maybe of I dunno maybe like a, you know country that doesn't have as many political instability. You know things like that. I'm not sure. It does to an extent, play a relationship like play a role in that relationship to believe how people. kind of relate to believe in identity or the country itself. I. Do think there is. In terms of believes there is more. Social Cultural Political alliance with the larger Caribbean in itself. believes some dependence and nineteen eighty-one which is the last country in Central America to do so I think. maybe the second to last within the larger Caribbean. So I think there's also like a lot of things going on itself. You know being a crown colony of the British. Calling system. kind of put it within a within a different historical round as well and how it relates to other countries So things you know. And I think we could talk about this. Later we talk about different historical events that I think are important to the believe the nation. So thinking about. You know black uprising throughout the larger English and Spanish speaking Caribbean and how believe was also part of that but I think there's like I guess like it depends on the way that you look at it too. In terms of like. Uprising than rebellions believe there's a part of that larger Caribbean history but in terms of speaking of the isthmus and Central America, there's definitely. A. Difference in how. in what they've experienced in their respective nation will let's go to that issue right now because it's not that often that we get to. GO IN DEAF ON, beliefs. Now under the Lens of the black, lives matter movement you know this gives us the opportunities because obviously the central focus of black lives matter is police violence and erasure of history, but also brings to light moments in history that deserve greater attention. So for in the US alone I think more people this year are aware of June eighteenth and. The massacre at a race riots that took place in Tulsa. Oklahoma I think a lot more people are aware that now than they've ever been before. In this country history so Under the context of Belize now did you brought it up? Could you give us examples of moments in Belizean history that perhaps deserves far more attention? You know not just in Central America but far more attention than than it's ever gone before. Yeah, definitely, I feel like there are definitely moments. In Belize history that I feel. Speaks to kind of like a greater blacks I asked for us history of the black guy aspects especially within the Caribbean. when I was an anti heated at Ucla I. Knew I wanted to write something about. believe in identity or something about believes that are wasn't particularly shore. What to do with that? This is just kind.
"belize" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
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"belize" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"An African American movement which you know there's a particular history and reasoning of why how black lives matter came in to being. particularly in the US. but it was it was just very interesting to see how mostly folks from Latin America. Caribbean. Europe other places. Outside saw that as distance from what was going on in their particular countries. So. In the case, of Central, America you know black lives have always mattered. There's always been struggles of On, the ground with black people fighting again, know the colonial administration and anti-black midst especially what's going on with Garifuna communities across central? America. So that's what I was thinking about. That's what I had in mind when I, came up with this article and it was just kind of talk about it later too because it's kind of like this long history of exclusion in the region and the region and how people conceptualize Central America so I thought in order for us to. Even. Delve into what You, know black lives. Matter Movement Looks Central America certainly have to acknowledge. Black Communities and black histories in the region I. so that's kind of where I was getting at and I'm a fan of history off it's kind of like a title things together. Absolutely we just had a show last week on the Gutty Funez on Duras and in a large way they play a central role. Belize as well. So we'll get to them once again during the course of the conversation. But with that said, there are other groups that make Belize very complex as far as this community is concerned, there's some other groups that need to be recognized. So I wonder if you could also explain the complexity of the Afro Belizian community in believes because not every black person in Belize is necessarily a Gutty Fuda, their other complexities and needs to be addressed here. Correct. Yes for sure. And that's even including myself I'm not guarantee now I'm what you would consider creole. So depending on. The vantage point, but you look at central. America play believes etc. Gua. Even think accent complaints with endurance creole just like black. Identity of black population mixture of blackness feeding back to the enslavement of large populations in the business. So thinking about that identity in believes to historic. Black Group are black creoles. And the Afrin Vision is getting food and I say black correal's because it's. It's common to meet somebody blond-haired blue-eyed of like, who visually looks why to also call themselves. And it's also the language that they also speak in believe. So there's a lot of complexity there and fusion So I really like to say black creoles because also like the history of creoles and believe ties back to kind of that enslavement period. And of course. When I was there last full for feel work you have legal whole bunch of other. black groups that are that have been in believe for quite some time you have like a very Pan Caribbean. migration and group within believe. So you can meet somebody from Jamaica. You can meet somebody from Barbados Trinidad. So that's also present there. and then recently you have a lot of immigrants from. The continent diamond a few people from Nigeria I. Think someone someone from Ghana, and then of course, from Haiti as well. considering migration Haitians to central. So there's like different levels of that. But in terms of like historic, it's black KRILL and offering digits Garifuna and I do like to. Talk about them within the compass of affable believers because there has been like a mixture between two. It's not unusual to meet somebody with a creole mother and A. Father vice versa So it kind of intertwined throughout but the cultures are very distinct and that's important to note they have a different history different time line of you know. Experience within the country which kind of work to conceptualize how they're viewed within beliefs but I think that's very important to also considering language racial formations. So yeah. And to add further complexity to the community in Belize we did a show earlier this year on Latinos identity as it pertains to Belize and guess at the time we. Have a belief in of Chinese descent. So there is an Asian. Community on top of all the other communities that you just mentioned as well. So. Will among other things that you mentioned is that? According you here is that erasure is a violent process of exclusion, and this is something that you mentioned as it pertains to to blackness and central Americanism one if you elaborate on this a little bit further. So. Nick Harnessing Rasiah like violent process of exclusion. Just kinda speaking to like every day. kind of Muendane ways, but the eraser takes place especially in the daily lived experience. I. Think you can eat find. Anybody within the Belizean Diaspora who can always speak to this and always have stories about being excluded both in like. In a rare case like Caribbean circles and then also heavily in central Americans their full. Some. Also thinking about this in terms of like at a national level speaking about Central America as a whole right there the call constituting central Americans by Maritza Kardinia. And she kind of explained what I've always felt for whatever always thought in terms of like questions about you know why is believed always excluded from you know histories and literature about Central America and just speaking about. You know Central America as an identity that's kind of already borne out of as you're. Thinking about like the lack of indigenous representation, the lack of blackness representation kind of like some of the things. That, you have to sacrifice in order to create this kind of homogenous identity. So thinking about that in terms of like the you know the macro level, but also thinking about it in terms of absence in literature for me as a first generation. Who always wanted to see myself represented in? Central. American texts. Growing up I tell the story all the time. But like growing up I was always aware of other Central American countries because. growing up in Los Angeles. There's actually substantial population of blacks and show Americans like my mom. had. Friends that were from Costa Rica from Nicaragua and Guatemala Honduras. Who are black so I never kind of thought about. That particular type of a razor before 'cause I'm just like, Oh, I have this experience. And.
"belize" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"Once again, , this is Oscar Fernandez today on the show we put the spotlight on Belize and how the black lives matter movement shines a light on how believes is history has been excluded from Central American history, , and so we're joined today by Nicole Ramsey who's a Candidate in a Department of African. . American and African Diaspora studies at UC Berkeley she has an article that came out last month in medium entitled as Remind Central America to think outside the box she joins us today over the phone. . Welcome to show Nicole Ramsey. . Thank you for having me. . Excited to be here is good to have you with us. . I couldn't my introduction brief because actually pulled it from your article regards to Belize Central America. . Once again, , the Arctic was entitled Belise Remind Central America to think outside the box and when the central arguments you make in your article is that the black lives matter movement and I took this directly from your article shines a light on how belise history has been excluded from Central America. . So, with , that in mind, let , me just go right there to the beginning and ask if you could elaborate and state your argument by what you mean by the black lives matter as pertains to beliefs which in turn pertains to Central America. . Yeah for sure. . So what envisioning <hes> what I was in? ? When I came up with the article title <hes> you know those with everything that's going on. . There's been a lot of discussion and in terms of black lives matter and what that means for black population living outside the US <hes> I find a lot of conversations especially. . I'm really interested in like conversations that happen online. . I was really I guess interested in how people were conceptualizing black lives matter as mostly <hes> an African American movement <hes>, , which you know there's a particular history and reasoning of why how black lives matter came in to being. . particularly in the US. . <hes> but it was it was just very interesting to see how mostly folks from Latin America. . Caribbean. . <hes> Europe other places. . Outside <hes> saw that as distance from what was going on in their particular countries. . <hes>. . So. . In the case, of , Central, , America <hes> you know black lives have always mattered. . There's always been struggles of <hes>. . On, the , ground with black people fighting again, , know the colonial administration and anti-black midst especially <hes> what's going on with Garifuna communities across central? ? America. . <hes>. . So that's what I was thinking about. . That's what I had in mind when I, , came up with this article <hes> and it was just kind of talk about it later too because it's kind of like this long <hes> history of exclusion in the region and the region and how people conceptualize Central America so I thought in order for us to. . Even. Delve . into <hes> what You, , know black lives. . Matter Movement Looks Central America certainly have to acknowledge. . Black Communities and black histories in the region I. . so that's kind of where I was getting at and I'm a fan of history off it's kind of like a title things together. . Absolutely we just had a show last week on the Gutty Funez on Duras and in a large way they play a central role. . Belize as well. . So we'll get to them once again during the course of the conversation. . But with that said, , there are other groups that make Belize very complex as far as this community is concerned, , there's some other groups that need to be recognized. . So I wonder if you could also explain the complexity of the Afro Belizian community in believes because not every black person in Belize is necessarily a Gutty Fuda, , their other complexities and needs to be addressed here. . Correct. . Yes for sure. . And that's even including myself <hes>. . I'm not guarantee now I'm what you would consider creole. . So depending on. . The vantage point, , but you look at central. . America play believes etc. . Gua. . Even think accent complaints with endurance creole just like black. . Identity of black population mixture of blackness feeding back to the enslavement of large populations in the business. . <hes>. . So thinking about that identity <hes> in believes to historic. . Black Group <HES> are black creoles. . And the Afrin Vision is getting food and I say black correal's because it's. . It's <hes> common to meet somebody blond-haired blue-eyed of like, , who visually looks why to also call themselves. . And it's also the language that they also speak in believe. . So there's a lot of complexity there and fusion <hes>. . So I really like to say black creoles because also like the history of creoles and believe ties back to kind of that enslavement period. . And of course. . When I was there last full for feel work you have legal whole bunch of other. . <hes> black groups that are that have been in believe for quite some time you have like a very Pan Caribbean. . <hes> migration and group within believe. . So you can meet somebody from Jamaica. . You can meet somebody from Barbados Trinidad. . So that's also present there. . <hes>, , and then recently you have a lot of immigrants <hes> from. . The continent diamond a few people from Nigeria I. . Think someone someone from Ghana, , and then of course, , <hes> from Haiti as well. . <hes> considering migration Haitians to central. . So there's like different levels of that. . But in terms of like historic, , it's black KRILL and offering digits Garifuna and I do like to. . Talk about them within the compass of affable believers because there has been like a mixture between two. . It's not unusual to meet somebody with a creole mother and A. . Father vice versa <hes>. . So it kind of intertwined throughout but the cultures are very distinct <hes> and that's important to note they have a different history different time line of you know. . Experience within the country <hes>. . which kind of <hes> work to conceptualize <hes> how they're viewed within beliefs but I think that's very important <hes> to also considering language racial formations. . So yeah. .
Black Lives Matter In Belize
"Once again, this is Oscar Fernandez today on the show we put the spotlight on Belize and how the black lives matter movement shines a light on how believes is history has been excluded from Central American history, and so we're joined today by Nicole Ramsey who's a Candidate in a Department of African. American and African Diaspora studies at UC Berkeley she has an article that came out last month in medium entitled as Remind Central America to think outside the box she joins us today over the phone. Welcome to show Nicole Ramsey. Thank you for having me. Excited to be here is good to have you with us. I couldn't my introduction brief because actually pulled it from your article regards to Belize Central America. Once again, the Arctic was entitled Belise Remind Central America to think outside the box and when the central arguments you make in your article is that the black lives matter movement and I took this directly from your article shines a light on how belise history has been excluded from Central America. So, with that in mind, let me just go right there to the beginning and ask if you could elaborate and state your argument by what you mean by the black lives matter as pertains to beliefs which in turn pertains to Central America. Yeah for sure. So what envisioning what I was in? When I came up with the article title you know those with everything that's going on. There's been a lot of discussion and in terms of black lives matter and what that means for black population living outside the US I find a lot of conversations especially. I'm really interested in like conversations that happen online. I was really I guess interested in how people were conceptualizing black lives matter as mostly an African American movement which you know there's a particular history and reasoning of why how black lives matter came in to being. particularly in the US. but it was it was just very interesting to see how mostly folks from Latin America. Caribbean. Europe other places. Outside saw that as distance from what was going on in their particular countries. So. In the case, of Central, America you know black lives have always mattered. There's always been struggles of On, the ground with black people fighting again, know the colonial administration and anti-black midst especially what's going on with Garifuna communities across central? America. So that's what I was thinking about. That's what I had in mind when I, came up with this article and it was just kind of talk about it later too because it's kind of like this long history of exclusion in the region and the region and how people conceptualize Central America so I thought in order for us to. Even. Delve into what You, know black lives. Matter Movement Looks Central America certainly have to acknowledge. Black Communities and black histories in the region I. so that's kind of where I was getting at and I'm a fan of history off it's kind of like a title things together. Absolutely we just had a show last week on the Gutty Funez on Duras and in a large way they play a central role. Belize as well. So we'll get to them once again during the course of the conversation. But with that said, there are other groups that make Belize very complex as far as this community is concerned, there's some other groups that need to be recognized. So I wonder if you could also explain the complexity of the Afro Belizian community in believes because not every black person in Belize is necessarily a Gutty Fuda, their other complexities and needs to be addressed here. Correct. Yes for sure. And that's even including myself I'm not guarantee now I'm what you would consider creole. So depending on. The vantage point, but you look at central. America play believes etc. Gua. Even think accent complaints with endurance creole just like black. Identity of black population mixture of blackness feeding back to the enslavement of large populations in the business. So thinking about that identity in believes to historic. Black Group are black creoles. And the Afrin Vision is getting food and I say black correal's because it's. It's common to meet somebody blond-haired blue-eyed of like, who visually looks why to also call themselves. And it's also the language that they also speak in believe. So there's a lot of complexity there and fusion So I really like to say black creoles because also like the history of creoles and believe ties back to kind of that enslavement period. And of course. When I was there last full for feel work you have legal whole bunch of other. black groups that are that have been in believe for quite some time you have like a very Pan Caribbean. migration and group within believe. So you can meet somebody from Jamaica. You can meet somebody from Barbados Trinidad. So that's also present there. and then recently you have a lot of immigrants from. The continent diamond a few people from Nigeria I. Think someone someone from Ghana, and then of course, from Haiti as well. considering migration Haitians to central. So there's like different levels of that. But in terms of like historic, it's black KRILL and offering digits Garifuna and I do like to. Talk about them within the compass of affable believers because there has been like a mixture between two. It's not unusual to meet somebody with a creole mother and A. Father vice versa So it kind of intertwined throughout but the cultures are very distinct and that's important to note they have a different history different time line of you know. Experience within the country which kind of work to conceptualize how they're viewed within beliefs but I think that's very important to also considering language racial formations. So yeah.
Why Learning to Say "No" Will Accelerate Your Success
"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about why learning to say no will accelerate your success. Let's reframe this real quick and early days Neil when you're starting out as an entrepreneur. You would always look at the newest opportunities. And what would you do about those opportunities? I always said not always what most cases I said. Yes, and that's what ended up causing me to do one too many things derailing my focus and funny enough 'cause less success over time I think what Neil's also saying is a lot of us become more and more successful. You're going to have more and more opportunities coming your way, and you can either accept the fact that you're. You're drowning in opportunity, or you can do something about it and say no more and funny enough Steve Jobs said this in the past. He says what's really lead to apple. Success was the ability to say no. They said no way more things than they said yes to. And when he first came back to apple after he was fired, he shut down many different product lines, and that's just the basis of it. It's really saying no all the opportunities that you're drowning in. When you say no, and you end up focusing on the stuff that really matters. That's when you double down I was once talking to entrepreneur name Brian Lee, and he created a company called shootout with Kim Kardashian before that was legalzoom, and the most recent one was honest company with Jessica Alba. And I remember years and years ago I. Don't know Bryan while at all I. don't even know him really by interviewed him for my blog years and years ago, and he mentioned one thing that really resonated with me, and he said you need to have super laser focus only tried to do one thing at a time and the moment your growth slows down and you can't get it to keep growing. That's when you expand until then you just stick with what you're doing. Yeah more Buffett and Bill Gates when they first met I believe this is a story, or this wasn't when they first met someone albums. Like what's the secret to your success? They both wrote down one word on a piece of paper and flip it over, and they said focus was the main obey. And the other thing to do just to give more examples. You look at Zillow. You look at glass door. You look at all those companies it's who's the one guy that started all those companies again rich partner. Expedia, glass, door and Zillow, yeah, but he focused on each one. He didn't try to do all of them. At the same time, he took the domain expertise that he had is like I. Know How to build a two sided marketplace. I know how to take advantage of Joe I know that there is a gap in the marketplace attack that so he used the same thesis three times, but he didn't try to do them all at the same time and I can tell you. These guys are older and more experienced than I. can say Neal My. We're getting older. We're not up there yet with them. We don't have the. The experience that they have yet, but I can tell you as Neela I've gotten older. We've gotten better at saying. No, I'll say better than before, but still trying to get better at it. It's hard because we all have the shiny. Object Syndrome. And when you learn to say no, it'll make you really understand what you should be focusing on. Because there's so many opportunities out there. In many cases, we missed the ones that are the best ones because we say. Yes, to so many that we don't spend enough time uncovering the true potential of anyone, business or anyone, strategy or anyone concept, and the same goes with your marketing. Even in the air. Can I talk Omni Channel? Yes, you should go omni channel, but focus on one or two marketing tactics out once doom, really well before you expand into all in because there's not enough time in the day to do everything perfectly well, unless you have a massive team, the other thing is I would google the T. sheets, marketer, and really understand as a marketer that you should try to go deep on one. One thing and then you try to expand and get a little more breadth, but the depth is what you really want to folks when people talk about what Neal's known for Seo or what I'm doing for I think largely people was. This is weird, sometimes WANNA go speak at a conference. They don't know what to call way, so they called me an seo extraordinary and I don't know where the hell they got that from. The same problem yeah. Seo Eric. All right. Put into this box, but I guess that's what we know and Belize pisses me off sometimes when I'm lying. Put into a box, but you have to be okay with that because you try to be everything being nothing
"belize" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To grow about marriage yeah yeah I'm good I got a bunch of them yeah also I've got a question have you got any idea what this all temperatures right but not in the hill country no I don't but if you have a soul thermometer that we often use when we do our home compost piles and you put the pro Belize gun a couple inches below the sole service I can easily tell you that normally I tell folks particularly I wondered replenishing their organic mulch in and around our landscapes to typically wait to Bob may because we particularly do vegetable gardening and new plantings of perennials and things like that early we want to warm the soul as best as we can to get a celebration of the plants and then we do before we go into the summer heat and coming out what what what was your concern about the sole reason why it is marked majors are billed as well as they have asked you you know done everything that I normally do I've got some that are light green color and some that are almost yellowish yeah I think on the anyway I was just thinking about what might be the song isn't warm enough yet that's that's that's part of it I think most of these early planet tomatoes look at the when most of us had about a disaster week I think the US you on these early planning of tomatoes is we need to wrap them with that insulate cloth not only for the extra four to five degrees a temperature protection but the wind the wind and then just keep the fertility going when you first plan I'm and then a little bit on the outskirts throughout the growing season here are you know out here I'm regularly with the Medina plant.
Fall of Nojpetn - March 13, 1697
"The Day was March thirteenth. Sixteen ninety-seven the capital of the Mayan Kingdom of petten eats a bell to Spanish troops the city which was located in present day. Guatemala was the last center of Meyer. Assists the Maya peoples are a group of indigenous Mesoamerican whose history dates to before two thousand? Vce They were centered in the Yucatan Peninsula and Modern Day Guatemala and Belize as well as parts of Mexico Honduras and El Salvador. The my other southern lowland region reached their peak during the classic period which began around two fifty e. The population size was large. Cities flourished and historic monuments. Were built the Maya also fostered create cultural development creating writing and calendar systems and building trade. Networks they made advances in math and astronomy and are credited with some of the earliest pieces of rubber and chocolate. Their society consisted of a bunch of independent state but by nine hundred Fi Mayan cities in southern lowlands were abandoned and a civilization in. That area had collapsed. Though the reasons for this collapse aren't completely clear. It could have been due to the degradation of the environment or conflicts between competing city states. But even after this collapse Mayan cities in the northern lowlands area still flourished and the established cities in the highlands region. The Mesoamerican people known as ether lived in the Yucatan Peninsula in the post classic period which lasted from around nine hundred to fifteen hundred C. They were descended from a Maya lineage. In the fourteen hundreds Isa Abandoned Maya time the capital of Yucatan Yucatan then transformed from a single kingdom into mini rival states in the early fifteen hundreds as the Spanish began. Colonizing America's indigenous populations were decimated due to war and foreign diseases that the Spanish brought with them. The Isa hat established power invitation. Their capital was no Putin which was on an island in Lake Paddington. Isa In Modern Day northern Guatemala but during the colonial period the population in the area began to decline in the fifteen twenty s Spanish invader or non Cortes Pass through poten- and came in contact with the Potanin remained politically independent from the Spanish for a while after they began their conquest on the continent. The Spanish launched several assaults against the ISA and Maya group known as a CO Woche also went up against the eats up for control of poten- Lakes region though the were successful in their resistance to Spanish rule until the late seventeenth century nope attended fell in Sixteen Ninety seven on March thirteenth. Spanish troops from Yucatan led by Martin and it attacked an occupy. No poten- this made no pertain. The last independent Maya City to fall to the Spanish so Spanish rule greatly affected my in culture. Some Mayan villages persisted independent of Spanish Authority. The island that was home to the city of no Putin is now home to the town of Florida's I'm east coat. And hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did yesterday.
2 U.S. cruise ship passengers killed in Belize bus crash
"The state department says an unspecified number of Americans died in a road accident in believes that her local police superintendent alley Honda calluses seven people were killed in the crash and the cause is still under investigation there was a head on collision which causes the death of the four years unless another tree foreigners injuring several other portions carnival cruise lines is two of the people killed in the crash were passengers on one of its ships taking part in an excursion
"belize" Discussed on 600 WREC
"True Belize up to a trough every day you guys so very much everyone is like that okay everyone is like then did you mistakenly right in in in language Glenn doesn't understand is that because it doesn't seem like he's so I really appreciate your time here we want we need to know where you can get the book this is important and by the way you should write down get your pen ready gland yes all right yeah you are going to pay for a very long time working people find a book which I have a website it pretty clean dot com it's F. O. O. D. I. Q. U. E. E. N. dot com and you get theirs I have several different several different ones so you know and the thing of it is is that this book is not just on on you know mail that you could have to lose weight it does help with that because it is calculated in a form that you know it's portion control but it's also low carb and low sugar but anyone can enjoy the meal unless you are cards in sugar all right so I got I got it I got to be real with the I got to be really you my sister is the best cook of all time she is so good there is nothing either of my sisters make well Colletta really concentrates on pies Michelle is just like every thing you eat is so good and she's good at disguising healthy food and go ahead I had Michelle I'd Michelle over last night your member or friend Michelle and quit and everybody last night what if she had she I'm I created a new dish last night and we shared and she said that you know that it's not only a just a good amount of calories but it is filled with a lot of flavor so that's the that's what I tried to do with these leaning green recipes is is portion control them but also have them be the perfect amount of calories and everything like that let's have a lot of money and I don't get a lot of the hard work out okay all of the address it's a lot of calculation yeah okay all right Michelle I love you I love you and I'm really am very very proud of what you have done and I really am and I I wish you success but I am never having any family member on this show never again because these guys just use it to torture no no not again where where does Glenn go to get the book so we're good to go green dot com to clean dot com Michelle thank you appreciate it I love you all right thank you love you bye those those those nice yeah yes was it was not good what didn't he again foodie clean so so down I want you to write it down so that we should know too that the the green meals are not met chocolate chip ice cream which I know you normally is where you go for your greens he's like why don't eat briars chocolate chip ice cream because there's it's not renew its way no thank you I need some green.
Mallory B. Richardson on Creating North Carolina’s Curvy Community Fashion Week
"As emerging female model of the year for the inaugural full-figure Industry Award Art November second in New York and we're going to learn more about that everything she has going on less welcome mallory to the show hi Sean thank you so much for having me on as a guest this evening as interview and thank you everybody for tune in the M Yes I'm so excited to talk to you today and I especially wanted to spotlight you today because today we are celebrating indigenous the People's Day now briefly tell us why we should celebrate that instead of Columbus Day for those that don't get it well yeah this is something that my community continues to educate people on for years in Grade School we've in Christopher Columbus discount Avert America and for those of us that are fully educated especially those a browns fan or native people or other my the population there is a different take on the Americanized or version of what Christopher Columbus ball to the US and he arrived here there were already people my ancestors here known as indigenous people there were already working functioning cultivate and communities develop in their own languages and best practices within the home and all of a sudden I it's it's strange to me that we as a culture let things be talked to that we know aren't true being in some cases don't really know how to advocate for ourselves in the classroom or when being challenged about our historical places and the things that we've been bins were with people I'm to one another and I think that it doesn't always come from a place of love from one another educate but people get combative about it and I think that that a real statement it's unfortunate because at this present day in time you would think that we are more interested in learning and loving more about our differences than we're we are holding onto things of the past with things that were missed talked to so embrace why you should celebrate in people's Day instead of Columbus Day is because some ask them inches statements indigenous people were here first Christopher Columbus got looking at the media but our experience was not one that anybody in President want to experience with a person of that stature so nobody would like your kids being taken from their home and being told different from what they were used to being told they had to have different names than what they were given by their birth parents or being enslaved to light families or community so nothing about that is anything that I would ever want to celebrate and no matter that it impacted my people for any person they'll colored it had -perienced enslavement beating torture things like that who would want to celebrate that so we celebrate indigenous Peoples Day and this year DC has acknowledged it North Carolina has been celebrated here where I reside for years is I spread uniform effort that I think in the years to come it will be celebrated everywhere and also you know sometimes people say oh that was so long ago that has nothing to do with me but the effects of a lot of things from our paths affect us today when you're landing and people are building wealth for others with Free Label Labor we should be wealthy our families uh-huh man you know what I'm they absolutely and some people they don't know a lot about native American background is well is we have some Latin family celebrate indigenous Peoples Day these these relationships and is extend far beyond what some people are even educated about because they are Titan no let Latin American people from what is present day Rico and they too are in Brown skin sisters and brothers and Brown candid are celebrating alongside as Indigenous People Day and then they had Hispanic heritage month before us and of course it's history month that we all need to be everybody needs to be celebrate and all these populations could be populations really bill what this land is has turned into engaged America culture okay me be very clear about that yes and you work in fashion. Are you offended when you see retailers have Columbus Day sales sinise it was everything I could do this morning yes I've been at my present retail jobs for nine years but this year may it a little different for me I got promoted into Management Neil so my store manager I really have honestly great relationship but she knows my background is well she knows how identify it she knows a lot of the things that I do outside of my retail roles air so this morning I don't think she thought anything about it but she complimented me on my higher and she was like Oh my God you look so oh hope today and here I am wearing a printed Chirac has probably a replica of Navajo have created in their artistry treats and I had my traditional jewelry teeth is on and I wore traditional moccasins so I'm like okay instead of you acknowledge what it really he is you identified as well which is an American Americanized version of what are people really look like it has style like for us so then furthermore we went all it's a conversation she said Oh the GM emailed us and see again you might have a lot of traffic this is Columbus Dad and I just kind of blankly stare at her and I say thankfully we don't celebrate here because we might as a break ooh and I said to that said it to be very to fold and frank like as a brand we don't do anything for quote Unquote Columbus Day and I'm sitting here Luke Maye you are from the digital space and for some reason it in clicked with you that may not be the best thing to kind of start my day yeah right I had a way of nipping it in that talking about it anymore and I think they're some people get so him up in traditions that they don't even realize our offensive to other people that they as non of color communities think still to a degree that assimilate into their point of view is is the only point of view and I think that's really have to really the and when challenged be able to see intelligently about things yeah even today and people are GonNa still teach their kids and I should've posed the question and as you know to teach our kids is that do they know the real story or are you educating them in any kind of way around that and then people are like oh well you're in my business but the end my thought is when you look at me like I'm you know I'm trying to an olive branch to be able to explain and do it in a way that conversation you know so yes so let's talk about you growing up for a minute were you confident growing up tell me about your back howdy image growing up native in that coach or plus is people accept it or reject it great question I think that we are accepted more because we don't really have though we have more Oh bodies then on we accept the fuller women and men bodies in the community they are digging told me it's there's will in some as big my cousins and I have joked that we're full on the front and less on the bag so because I am I guess I used to make a joke about it because I'm a mixed race as well like I guess I I got blessed and I get full on all sides but historically in my community there are a lot of women that are fuller in the bust they have larger Belize and our not what fashion the fashion world would die as a body ties that is is Wilson after so there are some different types of body types would that reveal I feel like we embrace each other more within that community Dan outsider would And I think that again that code as into where we as is we are we in some cases as minority thousand women operate in a industry that's not mirroring that I mean with these ideals of what the perfect bodies hype is who says it appears or figure eight is the only like this be prefer bodies high and as independent as a yoga one and I used to have confidence issues I've always been plus is I was always kind of the fuller cousin amongst my smaller cousins and even my two younger sisters are smaller framed in me and always have been so it was Kinda like bigger now my place it how I felt about me and it's based unconscious I'll tell you I was willing to my before I ever became really constable body I just knew I was also with putting looks together with the body I had so fifteen sixteen starting to play in like trying to figure out a hair and make up in what did I like on my body's height what colors and I was always a person of style and I love bags and colors so I'm like how do I make my sales look good and feel better about myself even though from the inside out it's not quite working is there a way that I can feel good about it listen could because we embrace that notion to on days that you put a little more effort into your little you just naturally feel a little bit better about yourself so that's how I slowly got into the fashion industry because I like putting books together so that's where the business behind me being a clothing style is that me and surpassing three and the plus size model may that's kind of all of that your head
"belize" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Straight a never child working really hard getting straight seasons gotcha they just don't have the world network think properly it never developed because mom had these toxins and there are many studies that show pallets are inhibit neuro genesis meeting nerve quote in the brain and the body if you have high levels of belly you inhibit grain growth and nerve growth it's called neuro genesis where you get valley plastic Polish plastics and secretly what water out of water bottles plastic water bottles it that those plastic water bottles that sat in the sun or maybe they sat on the loading dock for number of hours with the sun shining on them and nobody knows that but the Belize we each other the plastic into the water plastic storage containers in your kitchen for the flute you put chicken leftover chicken or leftover green beans in a plastic storage container the next day their salads in the green beans yeah I think there's no evidence of a family that leech out of plastic containers into food is harmful to humans that's how the industry gets away with this garbage that's what it says that's correct there is no evidence there is no evidence that that amount of that which is toxic to humans but this stuff is a cumulative in your body it accumulates over the years well there is evidence at fourteen thousand tested is evidence to me that's but that's the accumulative damage of being of being on the cell phone three two three times a day every day during the pregnancy does not one time on a cell phone that's a problem but it's it's just those things out of balance will be it is just a little bit of nerve grow and then the next day a little bit of well this is just a human rights and caused the damage that we get not a problem the first study that.
"belize" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Austria actually likes to german speaking of today <unk> eh which is like a gently going off the hill. It's like normal. South directed valley gets a lot of wind and because of climate a change because of the warming farmers cannot grow an apples higher up in the valley which is really good for their income but it has also created a social conflicts and for once because its most rachel farmers from downing donnie buying up land and the the second because <hes> the apple plantations which are basic like like monoculture in that in that body they use a lot of pesticides are now deeply outs outs thought that light immobilizing against the use of those pesticides up mentioned before winded at body because of that way it's almost impossible to avoid the pesticides being used so that kind of impact of climate change because of the bombing by your candidate now grow apples. It's good for <unk> some but it's radio has some unintended consequences which now still take mobilizing against very interesting gripe project today. How how would you write that as i wanna travel because travel with the purpose very different. Would you recommend it as a way of traveling. If i would recommend it yeah i was having a really major project like that to <hes> drive your travels. I definitely founded inspiring and this was the premise for me. I did not just. I didn't feel inspired to just like go cycling. I'll take some nice also photographs. I i want to have a state. I would definitely recommend it because i think it's a it's enriching. I also met keep that i would not normally meet in my daily or professionals. We all living in alibaba's to some extent so that was a great great opportunity. It was also a great learning opportunity for me. You gotta be open right. You wanna go talk with people <hes> and it also am <unk>. Help me like see you see the purpose of doing following like peddling 'em every day but you want to share something with the world <unk> based on on your activities on i think there is plenty of opportunities to combined traveling with purpose and i actually think it's a very good way to inspire people <hes> to take like sustainability actually. Do you have a <hes> an artillery map route map because i'm just thinking some of the night meds leasing today's now. I want to offer help in some way or other. I know where you are and if i can contribute something. We'll just have a chat yes. Of course i do have a a <unk> x._l. Bap doubt with 'em might tinari where i am on which day and how many is this would be from from one one place to another so it is that's i guess difference in between just going cycling and having a project. I actually have found that stuff. We'll thanks thanks for chatting to us and good luck or thank. You came and feel great chatting to you. You can catch fluorine on the road cycling from livingston montana to denver between now l. and august twenty second obviously if you listening to this episode in not twenty nine further dates in show nights <hes> according to figures from the w._t._c. the world travel and tourism tourism council tourism in bolaise makes up more than thirty eight percent of the country's total gross domestic product and of course rising sea temperatures are affecting the coral reefs there and there because they wanted to destroy cuts there for travelers so awesome obvious concerns about climate change. If you enjoyed this episode you might like to listen to an l. e. One featuring guatemala i had traveled overland from mexico in belize and guatemala sound like a warm hug. The mind culture is right there in aberdeen and so look for people who travel with a want to understand the culture dander stand eight different culture. It's right there in your face and it's very different than the main hispanic on culture that sort of across the region. It's just beautiful too so you can hike through highlands and it's an absolutely stunning country.
"belize" Discussed on The World Nomads Podcast
"Leave the nest <hes>. Was there. Save over there. Because you see the poaching activity kim it occurs i whenever divorce are on the nist in wednesday are flying out then of course it's difficult to capture them but but they become very vulnerable as they are following the us young chicks on their nests and so this success for us is by having a presence by having more people in the safeguarding this nests. It's been updated. It means that more of those bars are going to make it to the wild. Well best of luck with it and thrilled. Nymex can be proud of it raphael yesterday when israeli the poor sam that we're getting the support as a certain. We're really looking forward to it. I mean this season for now. We are ready in <hes> in august practically for this year we really are closing down radiate neighboring season for this current year so we have the months of planning landing in fact we are just need to do now t shirts the certificates for the program that will be starting in february of next year so for the people who are hearing this message. They're still in pretty much. The chance of being able to be a part of this so we still have some time for defining process and we certainly look forward to put the interventions and of course have a good results won't links in china. It's to the project and on hakin volunteer in belize when the breeding season season begins phil travel news like a bit of a danger to sod off with the philippines has declared a epidemic has a number of dinky fever cases souls six hundred twenty two people have died since january and the bane one hundred forty six thousand reported cases in just seven weeks. Can you against stinky not now you can't is spread by mosquitoes the body of a particular type of mosquito and annoyingly hangs around during the day not just just at dusk and sunrise. Let the other top of chaos. The anything you can do is might show that you you know insect repellent on good tropical strength and cover up so if you're go traveling around philippines at this time of year because it's stinky favor season make sure that you wear long sleeves and long pants and if you get your accommodation limitation ec stagnant water lying rant anyway tip it out yeah so you kind of get mosquitoes breeding and yet remember if you come back and you go home and you've got flu like symptoms delegates tell you if being in a <hes> tropical location are article spatial announcement in travel news. Put the fork down. The epidemic has forced airlines to increase the average white they allocate each passage of what are the white. If a passenger happens uh-huh opt for about thirty years and of course we've all got a lot larger down nance biggest expense of course he's fuel and more white maine's more fuel and extract also means that pine needs a longer runway to take off so sort of got extending runways in lots of places because his farmland and houses random what have you the average white assigned h passenger by the u._s. f._d._a. East two hundred pounds sounds for main.
"belize" Discussed on Car Talk
"Back happen. At least, once I'll admit it was in Roswell. Mexico, but it. On the yanked, the transmission, and I'm, I'm gonna go on our website in recommend that you be on stump the chumps. Yeah. Because I I'm a hundred percent convinced now, especially considering the razzing, brother. Well, I will admit I will admit that it's perfectly entirely possible and and, and likely and I had trouble. I will admit also that I had trouble making the hydraulic that I notice. Fit the symptom have them yanked. The transmission and put a new clutch in it. That's gonna fix it. Okay. So you're a beca Thank goodbye. you. Call eight. Do you remember the probability puzzle that I introduced last week? What's the probability of that? I mean, what, what is the chances that I remember anything negative probability it, we have to make an exception in your case back in a minute. Drives me crazy. And even though Marconi rolls over in his grave. We say it. This is NPR. This message comes from car talk, and NPR sponsor ridge wallet. Looking for a Father's Day gift? The ridge is the wallet reimagined it's.
"belize" Discussed on Car Talk
"Have a question about your car or anything else, give us a call. The number is eight eight eight car talk. That's eight eight eight two two seven eight two five five. Lawyer on car talk, yet, can't do it and less. Number is two. Oh how'd that sneak in? Come on. That's not nice. My brother's sick God's everyone of those these sick planning. Can't joy and less. The number is two. This theory. That sounds like God. His cell thing is speaking to us. Okay. Hello. You're on contact. Hey guys, this is lily Colin from Florence Zona. Hi Lili Willie from slot. We're where the heck is Florence, Arizona. In the middle middle is it is an old established town or sounds like it's something that just sprang up out of the desert lots of that out here. But actually, this is one of the few oldest dabbling towns, around here, real real cute, and quaint cute mainstream that kind of thing, get a sweet name like lily. My dad named me after an actress from the twenties name. Lilli Palmer no kid, I remember her. Well. I'm glad you. Told me she was pinups. Miserable. Have a few pictures? Lilly forwards. Arizona anyway. What can we do for you Lilly? Well, I got a problem with my air in my car, and I drive a ninety five four tourists and it's doing the weirdest thing when I hit the accelerator, you know, maybe halfway down or when the cars under any kind of stress going uphill anything the air conditioning, sort of disappears and the dash mix, this weird sucking sound. Inhaling or something going like that with the conditioner isn't actually stopping. No. It's in the dash somewhere. Something's blowing on me ear. Can't get out. Yeah. Yeah. And when you open the throttle like you do like trying to climb a hill. The engine vacuum goes down. Okay. Okay. And whatever device it is that opens and closes the little doors on the on your air conditioner slop, working to stop work through the good news about this is that the air conditioning system is working. Okay. Probably. And what's not working is a little cheap piece, white, which is about eighty nine cents. But they're gonna have to remove the dashboard of. So easy. You have a vacuum leak of some kind and you and you can find it because you can hear it. You can hear this hissing sound. I was kinda hoping that you tell me this was a fatal blow to the car. No. 'cause I'd really like a new one. Who do you have to convince of this is there another person involved? Well my husband's the optometrist here in town. So it was kind of hoping to like, you know, get new car out of him that this sounds cheap enough that we may not be able to do. Pretty good bucks there. A lot of retirees and Zona. Yes, indeed. There are the, the town that we live in kind of on the verge of Phoenix overtaking it. So it's growing fast. We have a local optometrist here that had a sign in the window that I that was at best ambiguous, and I and I don't know if they still have it in the said for people who can't see overpaying for their glasses. I don't think they realize. Anyway. Well, I mean, we could come up with another theory here. If you really wanna car. Yeah. What we can start over again. Okay. Sounds good. All right. What's your name? And where are you from? Hi. I'm lily. And I'm from Arizona. Okay. You need a new car. What's of interest to you? Lily would have you what have you.
For Many Navajos, Getting Hooked Up To The Power Grid Can Be Life-Changing
"Support for this podcast and the following message come from mayo clinic if you're looking for answers no one else has been able to find, you know, where to go mayoclinic. More at mayo clinic dot org slash answers in much of the United States. Thousands of native Americans are living without some basic necessities, like trinity a running water. A new poll shows more than a quarter of native Americans living in rural areas of Ed problems with basic infrastructure, including electrobi-, or water, or high speed internet, which is becoming quite basic, of course, on Navajo lands in the southwestern U S utility crews from around this country are now volunteering their time to install power. Laurel Morello's of member station. K J, Z Z reports need a Billy has been waiting to turn on lights in your home for fifteen years. We've been living off their nose per pain, lanterns, did you ever think this day would come? Not really now, we know have to have Fash lights everywhere, all the kids have Fash light. So when they get up in the middle night, late to use the restroom, they have a Fash light to go to. Yes. Billy her husband and their five kids live in a tiny one room on a traditional Navajo home. There three sheep graze on sagebrush the carpets the rolling hills of Dil Khan era Zona on the largest reservation in the country. We watched two men and a cherry picker hook up the last wire to their home. Billy says they've gone through too many generators to count why two boys. They have really bad allergies and they have asthma. So sometimes they beat the nebulizer. So usually go to my mom's house travel in the middle of the night over there back and forth. The Billy's are not alone about one in ten Navajos live without electricity. And as many as forty percent of the tribe has to haul their water and use outhouses Opole of rural Americans conducted by NPR the Robert Wood Johnson foundation and the Harvard, teach Chan school of public health found more than a quarter of native Americans have experienced problems with electric city water and the internet northern Arizona university professor Manley. Gay is Navajo. Says the numbers are probably even higher became says he recently saw something strange when he pulled into a hotel parking lot in window rock the capital of the Navajo nation. He noticed a bunch of teenage. Gers in their cars. You could tell that they were high school students in so doing their homework outside of this hotel parking lot, and they had to light on their cars and do their homework. And it became quite clear that they didn't have the internet outside the Billy's home the couple waits patiently for the crew to finish the job, Brian Cooper from pm electric has an update. That will energize your power. Can wait to see the real small here. See don't cover it up. I want to see it. That's what joy looks like traveled from New Mexico, along with several other crews from around the country, volunteering their time to connect people like the Belize to the power grid on the Navajo nation. The homes are so spread out. It costs on average forty thousand dollars to hook up one home to the grid and half the tribe is unemployed. So you can't raise rates to energize all those homes. The Navajo tribal utility authority in the nonprofit American public power association, have put a call out to you till ladies across the country to help our no idea that, you know, it was people still in twenty nineteen without power. Finally after waiting for so many years, the Billy's watched the foreman turn on the meter behind their house and snap. The cover shut Nita then runs inside flip the switch to find you have electrobi- here after so many years without it. My kids. Don't be so happy. Keep asking that. We they. We have like finally out white. Now, the family will wait and pray for running water and internet for NPR news. I'm lorrimore Ellis in flagstaff.
"belize" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"With one of his best, friends and then. Not on purpose. It just kind of happened. Came back to me. Like, I can't believe you do that to me. And I thought excuse what world do we live in? You're upset by my behavior stoop to his level. I. Your style. Are we had a tweet that went out from a stranger? She her overheard guy bragging about. Oh, yeah. Cheat on my girlfriend all the time. She's like, all right. So she tweeted about it. And luckily, the guy's girlfriend saw and broke up with him. So we're taking your stories on how you caught someone cheating. I know intern hugs dying to tell us something one time. I went through my ex's Facebook messages, I know that was really shady, but I had a bad feeling feeling overcame the, and I said, let me check her Facebook was open his messages and sure enough. The first message on there. The guy the actually lived in Belize in Central America because she is. Of course. Physical. But her message was so crazy long novel and going into how much she was love with him. Missed him. And that you know my boyfriend, which is me. Ton has gone to work, and I'm gonna call you later. Wow. Stuffing it hurt me. So yes. We met her man. You never know. You never ever. That's her. It is hurtful.
Belize Brunetti Johnson And David Jennings discussed on Patti Vasquez with Andrea Darlas
"It's David Jennings. Dragos moving in the right direction that from Belize Brunetti Johnson today saying that the preliminary numbers show a hundred fewer homicides in twenty eight t then in
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"Yeah. I think I think anybody that actually is involved with new world sicklids at some point or another makes a couple of collecting trips. What I can tell you about him is that while they sound very glamorous. They're usually very tedious. And it's it's the majority of the time is spent searching, but I can tell you that few years back. We were in Belize, and we were looking for a particular species in Belize in it's called ace inspire them. And we found several locations to catch the fish, and we tried for days and days and confined the fish. We can catch the fish. We would see the fish. But we couldn't catch the fish. They were too fast and on our last day embassy. Lease what happened was we were driving over the hummingbird highway. If you've ever been to believe what you realize is that there's only really three main paved roads in beliefs. One of them is the hummingbird highway. And there was a little overpass with about an inch of water crossing over. And we walked down there to see the runny live bears or if they're running species in there, and we've spent the by a week trying to catch this species. And what ended up happening was we noticed that? There was a pair that had spawned right next to the highway underpass or overpass, and what happened was we ended up scooping up a bunch of the babies and brought them back with us. And to this day, those babies ended up growing out to be a lot of my brute stock for that particular species that we we raise and we sell it's funny. Of course, there's always going to be the strangest place that the you'll find can you describe this on for folks that aren't familiar with.
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"belize" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Exactly yeah they're small corn patty's with me cheese beans whatever you want and then topped with a cabbage slides and tomato sauce socal and there's a large salvadorian population living in belize because i think of what's been going on with elsalvador with a lot of violence happening there people have moved over to the lease and there's a lot of salvadorean people making really's osha's food there on key cocker key cocker has about three streets so pretty much anywhere you walk you're going to find food and again it's really popular to have the jerk chicken there sometimes not even on like an actual restaurant it'll just be someone with one of those big steel drums with the parliamentary would smoking and you can just get really delicious church chicken ride on the beach right on the streets and served with some rice and beans implanting and kazannick nacional where i would recommend you eat i'm remembering the name of one restaurant now called co ox harm nar which means let's go eat or something okay and that is one of the more popular restaurants and believes that's one of the places that i actually looked up on yelp and found when i was searching and they have really traditional food as well as more western options if you're not feeling as benchpress and so there's a lot of really good food in santa gnostic though as well if you just walk up and down that main pedestrian street as well no one place that i noticed were not talking about is police yes in that's for reason.