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2 Dallas officers shot while responding to domestic violence call
"Left two officers hospitalized Dallas Police chief Eddie Garcia says the officers are expected to survive continue to pray for our for our officers that are wounded and for the men and women of this police department, who continued to show up every day regardless of the threat that they may encounter. The officers were shot in their legs while responding to a shooting on Benita Avenue in the Knox Henderson area. Police eventually breach location and found a man and woman dead. Time now for Texas business here. Spencer
2 Dallas officers shot and wounded while responding to call
"Police officers were shot today while responding to a family violence call and are now being treated at Baylor Hospital. The officers were shot in their lower extremities and are expected to survive and happened along Benita Avenue east of Henderson, that's east of the Nox Henderson neighborhood along Central
'P' is for Passion
"I are bringing tia today. The letter p from our hope series which is passion. So how do we find our passion. How do we do that. I kind of want to go back to one of our guests that we've had on our show and pre kumar who was from india and she brought up something really really cool and she said if you wanna have passion. Take money out of the equation and seriously. Is that not the truth there. What zinc about keith. About what you guys would do or what you could accomplish if money just was not it right like you took money out shane. What would you do. What what kind of things would you take. Part in i would travel. Yeah exactly and so. Would i write because that. I'm totally passionate about traveling. And so i just want you guys to to think about that. What kind of things would you do if if money was not a factor in it wasn't in the equation so Gary voinea check. The often is called gary v. 'cause a lot of people can't pronounce last night but he's an american belarussian entrepreneur and he said skills are cheap. Passion is priceless and that was really cool because yeah we can learn a skill and it's pretty easy to to get right but how hard is it to get passion and keep that passion and and let it continue to drive you and i think that's that's really it. What i wanted to talk about was the word passion. And i looked into it a little bit and from its if you look at it from greek and latin meaning. It's to suffer and i thought that's interesting to suffer means passion. But think about it when you had when you're developing your passion. Whatever it is you have in order to build that passion. It's gonna come with a cost. It's going to come with some suffering. You know you might. It might take you forever to find your passion. But i just thought that was so fascinating that the were the word in greek and latin means to suffer and i think we have to go through some suffering to get to our passion Let me give you an example. So we love to travel. We talk about that a lot. But i didn't growing up i didn't we didn't travel a whole lot I had to learn that. That was my passion. Sometimes i can't live out. My passion can't travel every weekend. Because i don't have enough money but so i have to suffer through some of that in order to see my passion through. I just thought that was so fascinating fascinating to to see it from that side or that perspective the other side is the passion that we typically think about which is an intense enthusiasm towards something or a compelling desire to do something that that's my passion of traveling is just that i love to do it I don't think i was born with it. I don't think anybody is born with any passion. You have to find it within you know. When i was growing up a little child i loved to play soccer. I had baseball cards at collected. Had garbage pail kids. And i when i was thinking about this. I remember sitting at the table with grammy and talking about dodger baseball. She would be reading the newspaper and she'd be. Hey you know about this player this player and she taught me to be passionate about dodger baseball and still lives within me today. i can't see as many dodger games as i want to live Especially right now. But i love taking my family to dodger stadium and it brings me back to my childhood when we sat in the stadium watching ron say and steve garvey dusty baker and all of those phenomenal players that she allowed me to see the passion in dodger baseball. That i have today Now you know it could be. A people could have a passion for animals or art or hobbies like dancing or singing or writing or yoga. anything. But i don't believe that we are born with that. I think we have to develop it. And we have to go through that suffering like they're talked about to develop that passion. Howard thurman was an american author philosopher and educator in civil rights leader and. He said this. Don't worry about what the world needs ask. What makes you come alive and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive. And i think that cannot be more true than it is right now. They we see so many people that are not coming alive. They're just going through life. Just almost robotically and i think if we have something that we're passionate about anything hopefully you can hear it in our voice when we talk about travel and that passion that really is a passion of ours and if we if we don't focus too much on what the world needs and what we think the world needs and that we come alive. We're going to be much more passionate simply about living life. I love that you brought up grammy. 'cause she she is an awesome individual and Sad that i can't spend as much time with her anymore. Obviously because she's passed on but She i think you brought up that in my life. One of the things that grammy was super passive passionate about was swimming and she. I'll never forget. She was the one that taught me how to swim. Grammy was a fish and so she was super passionate about the water. I mean grammy was passionate about a lot of things right. And i think that's where some of our passion comes from is from the some of the things that she taught us and i think that's why shane and i really love to swim so much. 'cause grammy would. We would always swim whether that was in the ocean or in her pool that she had in her backyard. But we would all i. I swear every time. I saw drama we were. She was always swimsuit and we were swimming. Yep that's what. I remembered so i i. I think that's true is it's like find something that you really love and i think a lot of times. It's like going back to your childhood. What is that thing that you did as a child that you don't do now that you're passionate about and then what's stopping you from continuing those things. Shane and i love dodger baseball. We got that from grammy. We also love swimming. We got that from grammy when we were kids and so i think a lot of times. It's about you know what what was it when you were a child. And why aren't you doing that thing. Now what what is stopping you from having that passion. I think passion is like a fire. That's with inside you rate the just. Nobody can extinguish and that. You don't want to extinguish it. Can night that fire and let it burn within you. i also want to bring up something That i was thinking about too as i was thinking about passion I think it kind of goes back to Another episode that we recorded with benita condie. And she said this in an. I think it has to do with passionate as well as that when we put our blinders on is that thing. We're passionate about just right here. And we can't see it. We can't we just have to take these blinders off to to be able to see that thing where we're passionate about typically. It's right in front of you. So if you don't have a passion or can't find warner of wondering how do i get more passion. It might just be right in front of you. You just have to open that fear up a little bit maybe to find that passion that theme that you're super super passionate about yup. I think often too often. We get comfortable in our comfort zone and we think well. We don't need passion in order to live and i would strongly disagree. I think we that's why we're talking about passion that's why it's part of our hope series because we strongly believe that in order to live life and come alive. You have to have something you're passionate about. It doesn't have to be many things it can but if you're passionate about one thing then it's going to help you So have you ever thought about your passion being something a tool to motivate and inspire others. Think about that.
23-year-old suspected in fatal shooting at east Oak Cliff apartment complex, Dallas police say
"Old Xavi and Osborne has been arrested and charged with murder after a fight led to a shooting. The incident occurred in Oak Cliff Saturday evening at the Benita Garden Apartments on Fordham Road. Arriving officers found 23 year old James Liberal with gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene where Osborne was detained. During an interview with detectives, police said. Osborne admitted to shooting the victim. After a fight. He was booked into Lew Sterrett jail on a murder charge. His bond is not yet been set. Steve
Shooting At Dallas Apartment Complex, Police Searching For Possible Second Victim
"Man was shot and killed at a Dallas apartment complex last night, and officials are still looking for a possible second victim. The shooting happened around nine o'clock at the Benita Gardens apartment complex on the 3400 block of Fordham Road. A man was pronounced dead at the scene.
"benita" Discussed on Sprinkled with Hope
"benita" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Evening. I am Anita Benita free things to know what a 45 1. Connecticut regulators have agreed to new rules, which will change the way electricity rates from every source and united illuminating our proposed and approved. To a source tells the Washington Post that President Trump is talking about firing Attorney General William Bar over his comments that there has not been any evidence of election fraud. And three the NYPD hasn't been able to solve nearly as many crimes is it would like to During the pandemic, the clearance rate is down to 26 a half percent this time last year, That same rate was nearly 36. WCBS reporter Kevin Ring Cone heard from chief of detectives Rodney Harrison and then spoke with Linda Lopez on the afternoon. Round up, Kevin you heard from chief of detectives Rodney Harrison. What's he attributing to that issue? Well, Linda, there's a lot going on right now. The courts are not operating at 100%. There are fewer criminal jury trials. The community relationship with police is strained at the moment, and there is a lot of gang violence going on. Chief Harrison says one thing they've noticed his people affiliated with gangs antagonizing each other online, and that's led to the spike in gun violence We're now seeing in the city. Are there any cases where the NYPD is looking for some help from a public? There are two cases. We talked about that. But there are plenty of others. One out of Brooklyn, where last week seven people at a sweet 16 in bed Stuy were shot, one of them a 20 year old visiting from Virginia. She was killed in that incident there. Still working that case. I need some help from the public in that one. There is also a keys from last month in the Bronx, where two newborn of boys infants were found ditched on a patio. Unfortunately, died soon after, But but that's another case that investigators are looking for some assistance in and that's part of the neighborhood policing. We hear so much about that really does make a difference in solving some of these cases. And chief Harrison is coming up on his one year anniversary on the job, and he sense for how things have played out. That's right. This Friday will mark a year since chief Harrison was promoted to chief of detectives. He was the first African American elevated to that role, groundbreaking in that sense, and he says, looking back on this past year. There's been a lot of highs and lows talked about the men and women lost to covert 19. He mentioned the test a major's case as a high the gym master J case as well as highly of their hard work. Clearly and not the year the chief Harrison or any of us really had in mind. We really had to see a lot of of dancing and, you know, tap dancing in terms of what we've had to deal with in terms of the pandemic, not just us, you know, but but as well, they're at the NYPD. And certainly not the year many of us had in mind. That's WCBS reporter Kevin Rincon. WCBS news time 8 48 traffic.
Eta expected to be hurricane and strike Florida Keys SW of Miami
"Warning for the Florida Keys and a hurricane watch for parts of both Florida coasts. The National Hurricane Center says Tropical Storm ADA will grow stronger and will passed near or over the keys tonight and early tomorrow as a hurricane and move into the Gulf of Mexico late Monday and Tuesday. Ah Hurricane watch covers the Florida coast from Deerfield Beach over to Benita Beach,
Coming write-up: Chile votes to overhaul its constitution
"The votes are in. Yesterday Chileans decided by an overwhelming majority to scrap and replace their dictatorship. Eric. Constitution. Bluesy Thomas. WHO Come in. Give President Sebastian. Benita said it was the beginning of a new path for the country. Wants to soon peretti Chile's constitution was introduced under Augusto. Pinochet the dictator who ruled by terror for nearly two decades he lost power after a plebiscite in nineteen eighty eight. United in opposition to the regime of General Pinochet was the biggest political rally yet seen in the capital, but the constitution remained. Later governments amended it dozens of times but for many Chileans, the constitution's most fundamental provisions to blame for the inequality and poor public services that plague one of America's wealthiest countries. Year ago mass protests erupted. At least thirty people died and thousands were injured. There were yet distractions in the run-up to yesterday's vote. Now the country will get a chance to recast its national charter quietening some concerns but perhaps raising new ones. Chileans blame the constitution of nine hundred for lot. That's wrong with the country Brooke Unger is our America editor in many ways looking from the outside there's not a lot wrong with Chile. It's got one of the highest per capita incomes in the region. It's reduced poverty very dramatically. It's had political stability for the past thirty years but there are also big problems and people who have been growing increasingly unhappy with those problems over the past decade decade and a half. So what were the issues with it if the outcome has seen? So stable in the meantime, several things inequality remain relatively high and I think most important really was a feeling that large because of the constitution the way. The public services were delivered resulted in low quality and great unfairness the constitution kind of privileges, the private sector in Chile, and the reason for that is that Pinochet had kind of an intellectual alliance with the so-called University of Chicago economists who were very pro free market and they wrote into the constitution lots of guarantees to protect the private sector and to give the private sector a pretty substantial role in providing public services like health care pensions, education and people have looked at that and become increasingly unhappy with the results of that system has brought. So how do you think it is that a rewriting of the constitution will will address all of these concerns I, think that the new Constitution will probably end up making Chile more social democratic than it is, for example, the constitution now says that people have a right to contribute either to a privately run or a publicly run healthcare system, which has resulted in a kind of a two tier system where the richer in the private system and most people are in the public system and the bulk of people feel that they're not very well served by that kind of two tier system. So I would expect some language that would allow the state to play a greater role in the health system that would allow taxation to play a role in funding a public health system and one of the things that reformers wants to. Do is to insert this idea of equality of opportunity into the constitution which doesn't have the American meaning. It basically means that they want the state to be in a position to ensure that all Chilean's are treated equally, and so that will I think lessen the role of the private sector in the provision of public services, and that's the real crux of it. What voters most want changed other things that probably will change some people say that the Chilean system is sort of hyper presidential. The president has a lot of power in Chile only the president can initiate tax and spending bills. For example Congress can do that. The president can determine which issues congress prioritizes the regions in Chile don't. have their own tax-raising powers. So all of these things tend to concentrate power in the capital and in the hands of the presidency and I would expect to see that being changed. It'll be interesting to see whether the constitution's ban on abortion is upheld. Imagine that will be a very controversial issue. So Chile is at a point where it could change in lots of pretty profound ways but I mean how even to go about that to start from scratch on kind of the working document of a whole country one of the choices that voters made yesterday was on how to rewrite the new constitution and what they decided was that there would be a newly elected assembly consisting entirely of. New Representatives which under the law will be half female and an election that new body will be held in April and that body will then I believe have a year to write a new constitution. So it really will in theory start with a blank piece of paper. One of the complicating issues will be that as this assembly is sitting and arguing and drafting chilly, we'll be moving into a political season. There are presidential elections, national elections to be held in November of next year. So it's pretty foreseeable that you know the politics of the presidential election will feed into the thinking of the drafters and vice versa it's going to be a very fraud I suspect and controversial process so. The potential gains seem fairly clear here, but is there some risk when starting from scratch like this? I think there is a risk Chile has in many ways been a pretty successful country and you can imagine that you know taken to extremes chilly ends up moving not so much in the direction of social democracy. But in the direction of populism being one of the things that probably will happen is that you'll have new rights inserted into the constitution like a right to housing for example now, that doesn't sound like a bad thing but the question will be is the government than on the hook for kind of bottomless spending on all these new rights spending that will either result in. Enormous deficits or crushing taxation I think the danger of that is limited to some extent by the fact that each clause of the new constitutional have to be approved by a two-thirds majority of this assembly. So I think the risks are limited to some extent. It was interesting to see that the very richest districts voted against the idea of a new constitution and after the results of the vote were clear you we had celebrations in the middle of Santiago. So instead of protests, there was a great sense of celebration. So I think that's a sense of national consensus process needs to happen, and it'll be very interesting to see if that national consensus hold up as the process actually gets underway. Brooke. Thank you very much for joining us. Thank you, Jason.
Report Slams Facebook For 'Vexing And Heartbreaking Decisions' On Free Speech
"Facebook has made quote, vexing and heartbreaking decisions about free speech that is, according to an independent audit. And how the social network handles issues such as discrimination, hate speech and election interference. Facebook asked for this investigation two years ago. Today, the investigators are slamming the company and its leaders for some of their decisions for this week's Alltech considered NPR's Shannon Bond joins us and before we get going, I should mention Facebook is a financial supporter of NPR. Hey, Mary, least alright. So investigators slamming decisions by leaders of Facebook. What decisions are we talking about? This is really about speech, and the most prominent example is President Trump. So recently he's put up Facebook posts falsely claiming that voting by mail is rife with fraud, and he made a really inflammatory post about the recent protests against racism. The auditors say Those post clearly violated Facebook's own rules against voters depression inciting violence, But Facebook didn't take the post down. The audit also slammed the company's policy of not fact checking ads by politicians that something Facebook has gotten a lot of criticism over and over all, the audit says, You know these decisions really emblematic of how Facebook has chosen to prioritize free speech above all other values. They say that risk over shadowing games it has made fighting discrimination, for example, that no longer allows advertisers to target housing and job ads based on age, gender or zip code. What is Facebook say in response. Well, the company, as you said, didn't ask for this audit A commissioned it from Laura Murphy of former Sulu executive and a civil rights law firm and chief operating officer. Shelves Cheryl Sandburg said today that Facebook will make some of the changes that it's recommending. Including hiring a senior vice president, who will make sure civil rights concerns informed decisions on products and policies. But when it comes to setting firmer boundaries on political speech, that's something CEO Mark Zuckerberg has resisted. He says Facebook is committed to free expression even when politicians make false claims. And Facebook says it won't adopt every recommendation being made in this report. Now this audit drops as another development plays out all of these brands. I think we're more than 1000 now pausing their advertisements on Facebook in the name of protesting hate speech, or any of them are the organizers of that boycott. Are they speaking up today? Yep, And what I'm hearing is a lot of skepticism about Facebook. Here's Rashad Robinson. He's president of color of Change, one of the groups behind the boycott. The recommendations coming out of the audit are good as the action that Facebook ends up taking otherwise. It is a road math without a vehicle and without the resources to move, and that is not useful for any of us. Another boycott organizer I spoke with today is Jonathan Greenblatt of the Anti Defamation League. He told me he thinks the boycotts just going to keep growing and remember, it's already gone Global until Facebook takes real action on their demands. Yeah, it sounds like we now have this damning audit this big boycott pressure from for many directions on Facebook to change its ways. That's right, and civil rights groups told me they're not going to ease the pressure on Facebook. I spoke to Benita Gupta, She's head of the leadership conference on civil and human rights, and here's what she had to say about the audit. It is a work in progress clearly and pour. In some ways it is. Starts and not a finish for the civil rights community. Gupta and other leaders. I spoke to you know, they say it's just so urgent that Facebook act now because the presidential election is just a few months away. That's something the auditors also say they're really worried about. They say it in the audit. They say a Facebook doesn't get more serious about enforcing its policies, holding politicians to the same standards as other users. That will open the door to more voter suppression even calls for violence on
The Best Protein For Children Who Refuse Meat
"It is true. What they say protein is important for children? It helps promote the normal growth of the muscles and tissues and you know just functions like breathing walking running these activities. Kids just cannot do without having strong strong and fast bodies that are supported by high quality protein so true and obviously need protein to make all of the necessary hormones and enzymes and putting all has a role in immunity so if your child is refusing meat then the first thing that's important to understand Dan is why is protein important and what is protein so protein is essentially made up of building blocks called Amino acids and you may have heard this word floating around. There's about twenty different amino acids your body can't make some amino acids but nine from that list all going to be essential and essential amino acids out those that you cannot make in the body. He it needs to come from Diet. So the ninety essential amino acids are his student is losing loosing Lycene. Mid Pioneer phenylalanine three owning trip to fan and failing not trip to fan is quite well known because of its link with producing the happy home on Serotonin and I do have a great blog. Post on that which talks all about how to get your kids to sleep. Betters are linked that in the show notes for you you as well so protein can be found in both animal and plant foods but the main difference is that the amine as composition composition does vary hugely. So if you've got a picky eater at her than it is a good idea to focus on the protein foods that can provide these essential essential amino acids. This is especially important for children who refused meat and any other animal products. So it's really down to the fact that animal proteins contain all of these nine essential amino acids wild plant foods. Dodi or very few you do and I'll make sure that I'll let you know which ones are the unique one so that you can start to focus on that. But let's I start to get an idea about protein requirements for children so you know around the age of one Benita fifteen grams of protein. A day wanted three euros. Fourteen and a half forty six year olds. Nineteen point seven to twenty grams a day. Now these aren't just guidelines obviously the actual amounts will vary depending on how much they weigh and the age. But I don't want you to worry about that you know the actual actual amount of protein. That children need usually children over. Eat Protein we all do but with some children who are very selective eaters just very small amounts eat very small amount. Sometimes we do need to have a little thing about the type of protein foods that they are having so apart from the usual eggs milk yogurt and cheese which are based on animal proteins the collection of plant proteins. That so you can put together actually make the best protein foods for children who refuse meat so these following foods are excellent. The protein foods Kids and that's because for children who aren't typically refusing to eat meat and if it's just red meat then it's on that you want onto focus on but if they are refusing all types of animal proteins like the meat chicken fish aches and song on then the trick is to include at least one or two of any of the protein rich foods that I'm about to share with you with every meal uh-huh and snack so the best protein for children will usually be based on things like Sawyer and grains like Amarante and Aquino so to- food eight among beans. They are brilliant because they are unique in that they contain all nine essential amino meena acids. These foods should really become the obvious choices for your little meet hater if you like. And he's a a good tip that you might like do stock up your fridge with forty five sawyer drinks you have been listening regularly to the show on you know that. I've got a COUPLA the podcast episodes on the best plant based milk drinks for your toddler and I usually recommend sawyer as the first choice because at the time of protein eighteen but also the amount of protein in those drinks. They really on the best alternative. If utilized doesn't like soy. Then there are some the options for us to do gone and tune into that episode. If you'd like to know a little bit more about cosmic protein alternatives but the best or the richest sources of high-quality plant based protein foods on anything based on soy said Tofu eat among among beans Keno. About Amran of example I came came across this lovely organic brand of whole rain base rice cakes eggs and that was a mix of rice but orser Enron which is a nice ancient grain and so it also means that. There's some decent fiber in the that particular brand of rice cakes. So what about some of the other plant protein foods for children lentils beans and chickpeas also really really great protein foods for kids now yes they are not going to be complete in that they don't contain or nine essential amino acids but remember. You're not eating single food or single amino acid. You are wanting to eat a wide range of foods because because each food is unique in that it brings something else to the table so lentils are great source of protein. It does you know it's rich in some types of the essential amino acids but not all however it's also a rate source of fiber and rich in plant type. Aww Iron said Nahim again. Another reason to include things like lentils beans and chickpeas which are also good sources of iron so put one hundred grams of provide decent decent amount of protein and they obviously also provide some iron which we know that picky eaters tend to be low ends. It's good you know it's an important mineral to think about if you've got you know quite a severe fussy Facet Ito or someone who has been quite selected for for a long period of
Lucky $394 Million Powerball Jackpot Ticket Sold In Florida
"Somebody's waking up hundreds of millions of dollars richer this morning and it's not us just one jackpot winning ticket sold for last night's Powerball drawing the ticket is worth almost four hundred million dollars and it was sold at a convenience store in Benita springs Florida the winner has six months to come forward they could decide to take the full jackpot paid out over thirty years or do is I think you take a lump sum just under two hundred seventy five million dollars you'll still be okay with a lump sum you know the conventional wisdom was used to take the lump sum to save on taxes but because people spend it we've seen the horror stories of people winning millions but then being penniless at the end yeah so tell you got out right it's not allocated to where if that you know you only get asking on each year maybe budget helps you budget a little better religion with listing all do hire some attention please hire a you know an ounce and shut off your phone Hey remember me from elementary school way go
"benita" Discussed on KOMO
"Geo Benita on Martin Luther king day president trump making a surprise visit in the past hour to the MLK memorial in Washington with vice president pence waving to the crowd you're listening to ABC news stay connected stay informed como mid day good afternoon come when it was time to to on Taylor fansites our top stories from the commode twenty four seven new center police on the east side are investigating a body discovered in Bellevue this morning we received a phone call that someone had found a body on the coal creek trail on the west side of coal creek parkway that's Megan black with bell B. P. D. U. says the woman's body was found just after nine thirty but it's too early to tell exactly what happened at this point we do not believe that there is any further risk to the public black says there are no obvious signs of trauma investigators are contacting next of kin and conducting interviews how to pay for a new public safety building in P. wallop will voters will get to weigh in on that later this year the need for upgrades is easy to see says deputy police chief Dave macdonald to spend some time showing the Tacoma news Tribune around the current facility in this room here was originally just a storage closet but we're just out of space so we had to turn it into a corner master system for storage and several people working here now McDonald's is the current building is too small and there were a number of maintenance challenges as well a new public safety building and sell the would be paid for through a three hundred fifty thousand dollar bond which if approved by voters would cost the average home there about twenty Bucks per month hello Neil komo news one of the primary roads the drivers used to get to joint base Lewis McChord in Madigan army Medical Center has been shut down Kohl's least all reports that the closure of Berkeley street near I five in Lakewood he is just one part of a larger project using the next two weeks to rebuild the road surface once that is done we still have two more phases to get through the old Berkeley street overpass is going to be closed so the new over past can't connect to the mat again gate it will all then re open but the Berkeley street exit northbound Hwy five is gonna be close for about two weeks to wrap everything up despite the weather delay from last week it looks like the project is still on schedule with the new over past only opening up by the end of February it's call mostly stolen coming up on como after we check traffic and weather protections for immigrants regardless of legal status I'm poor when he quit the proposed new law says mall walkers are okay small dogs I'm Brian Kelberg with the shopping center that's done an about face when it comes to find out first if you will for our como traffic here's marina rock injure but we do have in Tacoma northbound I. five fifty six to come a mobile over the right lane is now blocked with a collision it's definitely causing a slow down from seventy second on up to that scene southbound I. five is slow right near east McKinley wine southbound four of five also starting to see it get sluggish making your approach to the south center area out your next couple traffic at two fourteen weather for today from meteorologist Kristen Clark this week will be warmer but certainly not dryer lowland rain mountain snow the name of the game the next few days looking at maybe a passing light rain shower this afternoon steadier rain moves in overnight could be a fairly wet Tuesday morning commute.
"benita" Discussed on The Skylines Podcast
"So this is going to be one of those episodes out in the bell. So it's all recorded on on my phone with very high tech equipment of headset. We have a Mike in it. This is the first of a new a new series which we're GONNA do at least at least two but we're hoping to get out to four or five in which I go walk around London with candidates to be the Alpine cities Maha and talk to them about their their plans. The campaign hoping to achieve this is you say the the first of the series today. I'm I'm out and about in new London. We've been WHO's the Liberal Democrat candidate. I've already anathema about in in different parts of the London. With with Sean Berry. WHO's the green candidates and CO leader of that party? And I'm hoping to get the wind up shortly Roy Stewart. He's very famous for his walking. Walking and kind of inspired. This entire project is running as an independent candidate. He's agreed imprint. Support the conservative candidate Sean. Bailey and our incumbent Labor masters ECON OF SURF approve slightly more release if but we live in hope. Hopefully we'll get those. Those guys suited soon. Anyway I say this is recruited. NEFA EH low tech way and there will be some background noise pop up and explain explain the series and apologized for that. It was recorded in early November which it was about a month before the for the election which returned Johnson's conservatives with with a massive majority so occasionally the might be a hint of political references to sound a little bit out after date coming from another world that will be why but without further ado. Let's get walking so I'm in seven sisters. which is the landmark? Under bar of Haringey Tottenham development going on around here Carmen. What was on the so? I'm looking at before. But it's some very big flats going. Not Bad now. Swear lowers her friend. A very good friend of mine lives up its own. Come a qua- lots of interviews. It's it's one of those bits. That's quite far out central London probably and the seven eight miles out but as a very fast to blind in the Victoria Law and say even though in zone free free. It's relatively easy to get into town. She's why why it's payment set by gentrification a lot of batteries around community centers use by wipe various immigrant communities all state redevelopment to taking place very close to here. But I'm up here today to see one of the candidates. It's to be London. mannix year the Liberal Democrats should Benita. Who I'm meeting at seven sisters market? I your plus I if we can find the market so we are in a very nice cafe seven sisters road and I'm here with Chevron Benita the Liberal Democrat candidate to be mayor of London next year. She won't tell you. I'm very good very good really nice to this morning. Thank you very much. Thank you very much for joining us. Utah first of all of the candidates whose Matt something in the diary of me so you know. Obviously we're let me nicer to you and everyone else. That's how this works. I thought you wanted to come up here to seven sisters Y Y. What isn't yeah? I think I chose seven sisters because his I came here to meet Vicky who we might see actually if we go for walks later and she's been leading this campaign to make sure that the voices of people who live in the area and in particular those that work in the Latin village in the seventy sixes market all heard because there are so many things going on around here in terms of regeneration schemes development schemes. Where the people who live work here just not being heard voices are not being listened to so to me? It's kind kind of a real example of what I'm saying across London actually in different areas as well where in our desire or in the man's desire in council's desire aw to regenerate and developed which is great. They're not doing it in a way that is taking the communities with them and actually. I'm all for regeneration but you have to do in a way that invests in people invest in the communities and doesn't written them apart and it was so sad actually to meet these amazing. It's obviously real Latin. The American community here at the heart of seven sisters. They've been fighting this for years and years and years and I just think this pattern of the most vulnerable people in London. Not Getting heard is something that we absolutely have to address. It does a little bit like ground. Zero gentrification in London because it's it's very easy to get the central London from here to start a poor area and you know this hour of the market minute but we're not that far from the will be down the state. Tell us the story of the market. What's happening so in the market again? It's part of this wider regeneration proposals here. We're actually sitting. We can see here. Paul Hi this big tower block. Let's gone up right opposite cafe where we're sitting now. And then there's this next phase which would regenerate the Ski Street in which the market says now the people in the market saying absolutely you need investment in in the building and everything and it is looking quite you know in need of a bit of Tlc. But what they're saying is there's no guarantees for for them off to its. Yes they're being told they can come back into that market but there's no guarantees about the rent. They might have to pay. How secure places would be in that market afterwards? And actually what they've created in the market is such an amazingly unique. How of diversity there are people from all over the world that come in that market and and so many of the local people there said to me this is their home is like their second home in the hall turning their kids there is a safe place for their kids to be an all they are saying is that developers and the local council are not listening to them? And actually here in Tottenham. I think you have a history of Labor Council not listening to People Labor rampage listening to the people and a Labor man coming in and listening to people and I was really shocked to hear from Vicky and the others in the market. That Sadique hasn't been here once wants in his Marathi to listen to the campaign. As I think that's just unacceptable if we were chatting a bit before we started feels to me. The one of the one of the issue is we kind of have no language almost for talking about a right to be in an area as a sense of ownership over narrator isn't intimately tied up with literally owning joining the site and so the decline in social housing people can be pushed out if they come with one anymore. I'm because this is quite close to central London. I am quite quickly tube. And so all this great opportunity to build posh flats a fifteen minutes from Oxford circus. How can we counter that? Like what can we do to actually Kinda give people the right to to remain in an area if they do not literally own land. That's a really really good question. I guess the only answer I can have to that is if we put profit above of all else and we don't value that sense of place mall we are GONNA lose. What makes London amazing? We talk about everybody. Talks about London's diversity and it's brilliant communities and I've been saying as I go round. We speak more languages in London than any city in the world. Champion kind of difference and diversity and we embrace immigration or some of us do I would. I would like to think more of us day but actually let's see if we allow people to get bulldozed out by developers are just after Prophet and not after building those communities or investing the communities meantime already here we will lose amazing character of London and is that what we really want so. I think it's a false economy as well because looking forward you're going to end up with London where everybody looks exactly the same where every borrower is completely unaffordable to normal people. Actually the city will stop functioning at that point because you need everybody mocking to make this amazing city work so think we have to come up. With some way valuing as you say place to me this is really personal. My mom came to London from India and my mom happened to come to a pile of London south west London where she found a little community tango Indian community where everybody else in that area looked after them and did give them a sense of place and let them put down roots and you know she went on to meet my dad. And you know we've had an amazing of life now. I wouldn't live anybody. Eddie Morales in the world tool if we don't value that kind of thing. Uh Like I say we'RE GONNA lose. What makes London brilliant? And I just don't want to see that happen.
"benita" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Benita canyon you'll find the two right lanes closed our next report at ten fifteen on Barbara Brooks of more traffic reports for often can't extend seventy newsradio is around fifty in nice weekend ahead with partly sunny skies tomorrow highs mid sixties to around seventy we're staying in those temperatures on Sunday with sunny skies big offshore wind coming our way especially for the mountains and the in that I'm pyre where there is a high wind watch out for late Sunday through early next week right now you got forty nine degrees in so Rideau's it's fifty two in Burbank riverside as fifty three at ten OO seven three men who ran an eleven million dollar investment scheme that built elderly Californians are going to present James let's singer Gregory Chapman and Wallace Thomas were sentenced to state prison ranging from three to thirty years a fourth man died while awaiting sentencing according to prosecutors the man ran a company that over ninety years sold more than eleven million in unregistered securities mainly to elderly investors the company claimed to be developing an internet banking system but according to the Attorney General they did little to develop a product and instead line their own pockets with millions of dollars in investors' money investors never received a return on their investment prosecutors say the men spent money on fine dining multiple cars rent and cigars mark Austin Thomas KNX ten seventy newsradio two teenagers seventeen at the time of their crimes get probation they admitted a vehicular manslaughter in a street racing collision that killed a man and his dog in San Marino voice also have to take part in work Sir services and hospital and morgue programs and write a letter of apology they collided Wall Street racing on July fourth one of the cars lost control and slammed into a forty nine year old Gabriel Chris Paul and his dog Nino both died at the scene crystals girlfriend was running several yards behind them and was not hurt heard this is still a shock Christie novel Snyder is a friend of the couple who spoke.
Top UN official in Mauritania dispels misconceptions over slavery, womens rights
"Supporting Mauritania's efforts to protect eastern border from jihadists and other destabilizing elements is just one aspect of the work in this quiet corner of North Africa. That's according to U N Resident Coordinator for Mauritania Anthony or Hemming Amar who oversees the organization's operations nations to help the country realise sustainable development economic growth and other goals. Mr Obama was in New York recently and spoke to Dan. Penn about UN assistance in Mauritania. And the need to clear the air over negative reports about slavery and gender equality. Most people don't hear much about Morton. Yeah of course. It's quiet and sometimes when we hear about more tedious usually mostly negative slavery. Those kinds of things. There are some transformative initiatives going on in the country which needs to be understood and also supported. And does this way you went comes in and before we begin maybe you can tell us a resin coordinator Benita. What exactly is that? What do you do there well us? The title indicates We coordinate the UN or personnel support to the country and We D- reforms. We also I also secretary general so we do take on issues that we didn't take on board previously like some of the political issues but the main focus is to make sure that the UN programming response today as DVD's in pefect alarming to support the government's priorities. Thank you very much. And you've mentioned the SDG's the sustainable development goals what are some of the major ones that Mauritania is working on. Mauritania is a very big country about one million square kilometers. Four point four million people. It's straddles the senator Gary of Abass. In all the way to the Suhel to the desert in the north there are four men issues I think that President Tool Martinez Development. In which you entrust to support one of them's the the whole security issue Martinis the Western Frontier Molly. So the jihadism terrorism We do provide support to make sure that at least Martinez offset bulwark to what is happening. And also to be able to influence positively. What is happening on this border The second bit is the holes social sector support programs that we bring to bear education health. National reconciliation those kinds of things. And then to Ed category is the government support and four elementary economics Davidge vacation Growth and obviously is equal distribution for every Mauritanian to also benefit from economic growth. I usually also talk about environment back. It's in a way President and all the foyer is that I mentioned The economic base is on the environment agriculture extract to use those things but yes environment is also a very important aspect of the UN support you mentioned the UN helping Mauritania to sort of be a bulwark against any sort of. I guess she had a store extremist elements. I guess coming from Mali or other parts of the Suhel is the country impacted as it is now by any terrorist activities No the last in fact terrorist incident. A country country is more than ten years old but since then the government actually adopted some what I call strategic interventions to make sure that doesn't happen again one of them is a decentralisation program does the president speaks about it most of the time that you know countries in that part of Africa have to bring seven assist population and to make depletion feel like they belong they have access to the administration dot com. Talk to people so education. Walter those kinds of things. You know Decentralized government systems and that is working obviously also beefed up security. If you hope you have on your student board which is under CVS security threats than you have to do something so they've also restarted the army. Let me to be able to respond to this kind of threats. And the ad I emphasise million economic development Mauritania depends on agriculture pastoralism. MM So whatever that could be done to make sure that dip with have some economic gains and not to think about terrorism that sort of thing so so fights nights working and because there's also small country Very strong social relationships networks which I also helps the citing keeping together and now at the outset you mentioned you know when I said American you. It's a quiet place we don't hear too much about it and you've mentioned in the past. It was about negative things. Maybe we can talk about but some of those in the steps of the country has taken or is taking together with the support of the UN in overcoming and continuing that progress on Fox walks. Can I think Research I saw a good opportunity to Claire on Mauritania. I think Mauritania is to be topical. Last which is the sub-regional grouping it was forced to leave because it was the only country. Eddie have laws against slavery But some of them it has get laws against livery and it has tribe NAS which track kisses that comes to his attention and that sort of thing so slavery something which is supported by state or institutions is not the case but obviously in in some of the media it's slavery pervades. What really is the issue in the country moment is the sequester slavery and you could could be free? But if you're comical independent on the person who used to own you of your sleep yongle five and so on and so forth and and so the government does acknowledges that There are some of these issues and the present government basically costs four. Aw Proletariat is to make sure that some of these things transformed emphasis on the governance rule of law areas Emphasis on national reconciliation emphasis assists on economic growth that benefits everybody and then obviously emphasis on social aspects and they have a big program Kota the moon. The moon base. Kelly's associate transfer Francois Program which the president has taken on more and essentially enlarging it to make sure that that autonomy that to break the links between former slaves and your masters could actually become a reality that being said of your sleep when you have the big country like Martina. There are certain things which will be happening and I saluted corners of the country. I think the. US government does report on slavery and trafficking some of these issues and Martinez. Three BIS scully. meaning that there are a lot of things to do that. I think the government is governed side of that. And it's doing what it can to make sure that it's in the good books good neighborliness with Yadda companies have conform to international norms. critise and everything that it has signed onto of course he one of the important areas for the UN in particular for the secretary general is gender equality and how is the country Fairing in that respect Dr West to go I think generally in Africa and I would even say generally around the world agenda qualities issue So when you have on Islamic republic which also fuses out say courtrai traditions. What some of the normative things that are required because as part of your body that you win you're allowed that it takes a little more time together but that being said I think The government US keen on making sure that they're supposed division Mauritania's hard women Republic in the sixties and so the question becomes really continuing that trend and making sure that you have woman in in good positions women who come to role models and and also to work on transforming also. I would say some of the mindsets that people do not just accept what Khartoum tradition sees so month's Roland also to compete in solve the modern spaces. It's happening it's happening very slowly. You went suppose that at advocacy or programs. We tried to do that. Also intensify recruitments We try to do that. Intensify intentioned programs in terms of talking to young female outdoors at schools a To let them understand what is available in the world. There is no law in Mauritania which prescribes women from ascribing to be anything including being the president. So it's just a metro for encouraging open indoors and providing them the avenues that will allow them to see that it can seize opportunities and just conform to traditional and Cortra- mindsets.
"benita" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Quick question with Benita, ashtrays. I've got six thirty six inch box Benita planted about two years ago didn't do any pruning over the wintertime. They've all leafed out. Unfortunately, I've got a lot of low growing branches is it too late Trimble's lower branches to get a little bit of a better canopy going for. It would be better to go ahead and do it now than to wait. So you. For the rest of the year. So you're going to print it up now Benita ashes a smaller more compact ash than most the other varieties. It was came from a friend of mine Lewis Richardson over in Las Cruces, New Mexico, and the very first ones lined driveway. But it's not going to be as large an ashes like a fan Tech's fan west or those other bigger ones. So it's going to be a tree that pretty much maturity is about twenty by twenty. Okay. It tends to be a little bit lower wider more mushroom canopy with a nice rounded top on it. So you'll want to prune those branches up when they're young and kind of stay with keeping them up because the tendency for the tree is to grow a little lower, canopy great. Thank you very much Bye-bye. Next up. We've got Wayne in Phoenix. Good morning, Wayne. Good morning. How are you today? Great, sir. I've got a neighbor who's got yucca a banana, yucca? And they're offering me the opportunity to take some cuttings. But I don't know. Exactly what the right processes? I'm sure they're not as tolerant as prickly pear. So what is the proper way to take a cutting from yucca banana, yucca basically, kind of coming up multi from the ground. They want to split some of those off the side or. Yes. Okay. So just take a sharp knife. Or actually these easiest thing to do. It was probably a sharp shooter shovel, you know, one of the ones with the blade about four inches wide and eighteen inches long. Okay. Cut straight down if you can cut straight down separate off at the bottom and catch a little bit of route with it. The best. And then on the leaves on the portion, you take take most all the leaves off just clip them off all around the sides and just leave like half a dozen long mature leaves up on the top if you'd like even clip those in half, and then just transplant that cutting. But if you can cut it off the trunk and get a little roots done by the ground is going to be a lot easier and do a lot better. And this is really the perfect time of year to do it right now. Okay. One of the questions can I planted in the normal desert soil or does it have to be light first and then several transplanting after that? No. Does it plan it out in the ground? Is that what your goal was? Okay. So there's no reason you couldn't just take the cutting with that plant and just go ahead and put it in the ground. It's not going to want to stay real wet. It's easier to route into container because you can have better drainage as far as whether us per lighters sand or potting, so you can use all those things all work, but it's easier to control the drainage container. Get routed. So it may be easier for you to root it out in a container. Just get rooted as soon as it's rooted which should take about two months, then you could just transplant anywhere out in the soil. Okay. Because some of those I don't know if they're called canes or offsets, I'm not sure, but all the technical terms are but some of their trunks, if you will the mini chunks that are coming out of the ground or like three and four inches in diameter. That's fine. Okay. So I need a pretty big pot. Then not a real big because you're not going to get that much Rudolph it so one gallon pot or maybe maybe a two gallon pot. You're not going to get that much route. Okay. All right. But as long as you're getting some root, Wayne, you know, you don't have to even go into the pot. You can go into the ground. Okay. One. Last question. I've I've been trying to find some banana, yucca at the nurseries. The you guys carry those occasionally we normally would have them. What's happened with a lot of products here in the last year, or so it's just been so much commercial demand in large projects that they're not as. It's not one that's ever been a very big seller for us retail. A lot bigger plant and commercial projects in it isn't a residential basis. So it's not one that we're always trying to stock. There's a lot of other Yuccas that I personally like better, I think that fit better for for home design, but it's definitely a common. Well, us plant, but more so in commercial than residential. Okay. Thank you very much Bye-bye. Next. We have John John's out in Glendale. Good morning. John. Hey, john. How are you? I just got a comment for the Lake Mary code in earlier before your last show. She was talking about the problems at our snakes there a good way getting rhythm. Thanks. Going in or local pet stores around town, and you get some kinks. Make you won't have no more Rattlers. Will you know, John? I love king snakes. There's my favorite critters out there in all of nature and its king snakes. And actually why like even better gopher snakes. Go is. I think the most useful animal in our desert because it eats gophers anything these gophers rats is a friend of mine. Snake hill week? The bad parts we had a pharma Pacino valley. Right. And so we're watching the hawks hoping the hawks read and some of the gophers course Foxton get gophers because hawks throughout the daytime and gophers or at night Alsdorf you, but what am I watching the hawk do? He's going around for three days. Eating king snakes. Did I ever want to shoot a red Tele my life now? I didn't I didn't. But you're right. Read till I want to shoot. All in all it was eating was king snakes. I watched to meet three and three days, and it's like, oh, man. Just fly away. Leave our farm along because we had a few rattlesnakes there. But not many we had a lot of king snakes. But he was sending them out pretty fast. Right, right. John have a nice weekend. Thanks for the point. Or I don't know that you can buy the California. King snakes depends stores here. Yeah. You can get them care. Here. Local seen them around town. Yes. Well, that's fantastic. And you know, they are one of the most wonderful animals for everyone to know. I mean, it's a black and white king snake and sake you see here. It's black and white and your yards not poisonous and very docile. Me that they really do and the gopher snakes. I mean, that's the tricky part with the big O for snakes here is that, you know, the coloration is so much like our diamond diamondback rattlesnake, and they even try to mimic with the way they rattle the tail so it's really important for people before they would ever kill Kate or move a snake to kind of learn what they are exactly. It's tough for us because we have a lot of people that moved here from all over the world where snakes are bigger concern as far as life and death, especially in more jungle kinds of environments, and they're so deathly afraid of snakes, but the education on snakes and the benefits they bring is is one we all need to share because they sure do a lot of good environment. Yes. Yes. They do. Thanks, john. Appreciate the heads up. And I didn't know there available. But there that's a great idea. Thanks, brian. Thank you Bye-bye. Oh, let's see. We got to take a short break while we're gone. We've got a couple of lines open the number to call six zero two two seven seven five eight two seven rice and Brian here with the Whitfield regarding show on ninety two point three FM KTAR twin thousand bucks KTAR, call for cats. You have to do is text the word cash to four one one nine two three and listen next week to win one thousand dollars on Arizona's morning.
Activists Say Blame Over Migrant Caravan Distracts From Issues Of Violence, Poverty
"This message comes from NPR sponsored jet dot com with two day delivery, and no membership fees jet offers a tailored shopping experience that fits seamlessly into your daily life. Get started today by visiting jet dot com or downloading the jet app. Now, many of the migrants now travelling north originated in Honduras and journeys like that happen every year. But this group is far larger than most and it's field competing narratives about how it was organized. NPR's? Carrie Kahn reports many of the migrants say they heard about it on TV and social media and jumped at the chance to flee in the safety of numbers. Thirty four year old Zell Vasquez in our sister with seven kids between them stop to grab some free coffee and bread handed out by local residents in southern Mexico. They've been walking for days they heard about the hundreds leaving Honduras via social media last week grabbed a bus catching up with the caravan right before crossed into Guatemala. Adamo Benita and got up got me nine the FaceTime. We've been waiting months to join up with a caravan leaving says Vasquez, you said she wanted to flee Honduras after her husband was extorted and killed by gang members. She says there was no way she could pay smugglers thousands of dollars. And when she got a text on WhatsApp describing the size of this one. It seemed the safest way to go talking to migrants on the trek north you hear similar stories early in October. Flyers began circulating in the Honduran city of San Pedro Zula. The March north would leave from the city central bus station. Popular cable station. Eight C H went live from the bus station showing hundreds already lining up by telephones as a former legislator and human rights activists who put the original posters up says the TV shots were the best publicity, nor nor nor no you're how I never never imagined. So many people at join the caravan in that it will grow into the thousands as when days the president of under us as accused of receiving funds from Venezuela. Other officials have said Wednesday's is using the migrants to score political points back home. He denies all those claims. Pharrell would not keys to a London used this way. Way better affect the benthic forecast. Again, you just have to spend fifteen minutes with these people in you know, why they're fleeing. He says Rodolfo pastor compos is a spokesman for Honduras as main opposition party LeBron saying that behind the caravan are radical political interests leftists and criminal interests is grotesque and absurd. He says it's easier for the current government to blame the migrants them provide needed jobs, safety and freedom of political expression calls to the Honduran president spokesman were not answered and interview request of the hundred ambassador in Mexico was declined Carrie Kahn, NPR news, Mexico City support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now there.
"benita" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Now at eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one. Let us continue where we left off showing. Yes, we shall Barack Mel house Benita Obama at the university of Illinois today. With his Castro like speech, go. More often, it's manufacturing. By the powerful, then the privilege. Want to keep us divided and keep us angry and keep us cynical because it helps them maintain the status quo and keep their power and keep the Pranab. What the hell is he talking about here? Who's dividing home? Who's dividing home in this country? Who is it? Which party is a party of disparate parts. That has to be brought together during the course of a campaign through hyperbole and propaganda and demagoguery. It's the democrat party. It's a party that was molded by Franklin Roosevelt, disparate parts. People who always have a chip on their shoulder. People who always believe they're being screwed. People who always believe somebody owes them something is that not the heart and soul of the message of the democrat party. Is that not what we hear from Benito? Obama endlessly. Yes. And Obama like Saul Alinsky like marks like the rest of them. He takes who he is. And what he stands for and twists it, spins it and projects it on his targets on his opponents. Go ahead. And.
"benita" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Wow no, where she's from where's Benita? From Sirius satellite how are you beneath tax while congratulations It is a wonderful place I bet So mark For every other time it. Was busy The one my mission and my voice and what I've been trying to get across to people is until. We can talk civilly to each other, we will never be a nation again and that is. What has frustrated me more than anything and I think you also that there. Is no conversation across the aisle anymore it's. Just hatred and even friends of mine they have no, facts to back up what they say and. That is what really probably bothers me let me tell you, something because your typical house. Will say you know the Rodney. King it's both, sides of both sides I hear the it's. Not both sides The the, left is nasty prudish Vile. At times look at their comics, look at their late night. Hosts we don't control the. Culture they control the culture wall we're all we're trying. To do is. Be left alone be, honest citizens we pay. Our taxes we cast our vote we liked Donald Trump president and we're under attack Yep he's? Under attack where under. Attack we're called names he's called names what does. He done that so horrific even if I don't agree with them on trade what the hell is he. Done that's just so over the top so horrific that, he deserves to be treated this way what does he done, he's done absolutely nothing. As far as I'm concerned except, for the tweets he's actually. Been a very good gentleman. And you know everybody that has the one on one. With them even. Kim Kardashian came out, saying that she felt. Heard and yet nobody wants to go be heard And they. Don't want to. Have a conversation and there's no facts. Behind what they say. Like you say they they unleash investigation. After investigate the man's just. Elected, president a remarkable thing for a, man who's never. Run for public. Office a man who has? Written off. He's elected president of the United States rather than, celebrate and giving the guy a? Chance immediately a criminal investigation immediately congressional investigations immediately at thousand reporters in its face we. See this we're not? A joke we understand. What's going on here they want to take the. Guy out they want to change the outcome of the election they wanted Hillary they wanted another term of, Barack Obama they didn't get it and so this is, what they're doing let's be honest with ourselves That's. Exactly what they're doing and I don't know I guess I would just love to see some ability to have conversations and what listen to me listening. Part of the status progressive meant, this, is what people don't understand conservative pseudo conservatives people out that they don't. Understand these people don't want conversations these people want group think. They want to devour free speech. They want to impose. Their will that's who they are I don't, understand why people don't understand it and. Then listen to people like. Pelosi And water I never listened to them first, of all. Pelosi camp but seven words together and waters is a is an absolute. Nut job so why waste? Your time, and meanwhile look. The media these are leaders within the. Democrat party the media loved these people that crazier the, more radical the more they celebrate them So can I tell you one. Quick story hurting Hillary speak back when she, was in. The primary with a bomb at the place that I was working I. Will give her a chance? In the, first ten minutes. Her speak she couldn't even speak like. A a good person knows English she had at least, twenty homes often in her In the first two minutes a college graduate a lawyer up the wife of.
"benita" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"Yeah out in the world that we can it is not yet it will be will be next week currently i'm currently editing with on east so well we will re post the season so we're going to have to wait for the documentary but where can we find what's your blog antler insta and your tweeter 's tell the people where tiny so you can find my blog at compassion fashion blog dot com benita roberto on twitter i am benita underscore roberto on instagram yeah and if you go i think the easiest thing is just to go to my blog because that's where you can find all the other stuff that i've written press that i've done all my social media handles like it will it it all lives there yes that's my home money internet compassion fashion fashion thank you appreciate you bob woody's sign off bob the best bob is saying go to compassion fashion blog dot com touchy booze pull your friends hands good person nina for president.
"benita" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"Trying to figure out like this is dr bauer is like she's a great therapist gonna find her dr well yeah okay well when the billions when we all have our infinite pool of fire out women and in pool of money one of those like infinity pools just money it's just money money just fill the falling out of it yeah well it just looks like it's falling off a building back cycle back god that'd be gusting crow suit smell weird seat smell so weird if all those germs i always thought about i don't know if it was this a my head more sties swimming applause spaghetti what i feel like that was in a movie like some adam sandler movie or something like a pool of spaghetti can you imagine like swimming spaghetti can i was like tomatoes dream tom oto he's our friend he did the music for podcasts the guy get him on here yeah well does anyone have any more questions for benita we made you real really teach us a lot yeah thank you my favorite to grab everything else about this tells about this about this literally my favorite thing to do so what are you working on now some now i'm actually developing a documentary about sustainable she's combining all her power filmmaking seems like the most natural route which is like weird to me that i didn't think of that suitor run just like brewing this storm was brewing spring.
"benita" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"Correct regimen is yeah which twitter you like so i'm coming off of paxil and i'm going onto lexa pro but like but here's the thing drug companies are the worst and i'm sure like you could speak to this like having a deal with your regimen i'm sure yeah i mean we'll yeah i just take one drug now for that stuff that's amazing i only take but i do i take an antidepressant to and i also take adderall to but i take estrogen blocker and then i get a over suppressant injection once a month but we're going to say about the drug life thing they're not good here because what what happened is actually originally the very first one that i tried was lexa pro but it was the generic alexa pro and it has lactose in it like oh razi lactose intolerant and so i was just super super super sick on it and yeah it sucked and and then like the whole point of the generic is there were the same the same whatever the filler than the us it's like what the filler is and is probably cheaper it's super yeah cheaper and so i couldn't take that so then my insurance wouldn't pay for the oh so then i went on paxil and then like now i've had to go through this whole thing to get them to pay for the pay for the brand name of lexa pros and now i'm actually on that but it's like dow's.
"benita" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"Well another thing we wanted to pick your brain about was you're very open about your struggle with ocd and you know on our podcast to talk about coping mechanisms with anything in general because it's all relative you know however your anxiety manifests or whatever the root of it is when you told me that you were struggling with ocd and you had found like therapist this is years ago i was like what benita yoho cd of course i was like no doubt sure you know i do but like i don't see turning the light switches on offer yeah very shallow with my idea of what i mean i have a question on that like how did you realize that it was that it was impacting your life in like a certain way because i'm sure like i mean it has to come to a point where it's impacting your life and then you're just like all right let's go and seek some help yet so it was kinda crazy so is something that i've dealt with my whole life but i never knew that's what it was i thought that's like how were you know like everyone's just stressed out and has a racing heart and stomach churning time like that's just light few guys live normal what really spurred like this like big bout of it that i was having was i got engaged so big big life changes always yeah definitely like kick it up and.
"benita" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Paraguay apart from as i say that time when fernando lugo was in power has has been a right wing party so it was a continuation but yes we all seeing in the region we have seen a malt shift to the right is of of a continuation in south america i wouldn't say that power grays shifting a lot to the right because of its traditions but if you look at the rest of south america you look at the reelection of sebastian benita in chile we don't know obviously what will be the outcome of the election brazil but it could right as well there's a right wing government in argentina on their moody's your mccray and so on so yes we've seen as a sort of boom is from commodities having a high price that kind of sparked massive growth and south american notably from soya once that started to dry up and the economy started to slowing growth the sort of boom years that sort of helped i think project a of these populous leftist leaders into power has shifted the other way and we're starting to see center and center right and perhaps even more right wing candidates come into the four well those elections in paraguay on sunday at stock thanks very much for your time today you're listening to the monocle daily in just a moment we'll find out why thousands of students out to schools in the us today ubs has nine hundred investment analysts from over one hundred different countries over nine hundred of the is moen's and freshest thinkers in the world of finance today.
"benita" Discussed on KELO
"To go like wicks dot com and swear space and what's nice about this benita is that the ecommerce is also built into it um so do you do you see eddie halvey different products do you see on your website i have a lot of products on my website i mean one hundred fifty hunan i have about cooking hundred to fourteen hundred that's all live well good for you and so so does the website exist right now yes in that okay so you want to take it are you taking orders on the website yes i despaired item on the website let people can come in by tall and either has their own shopping cart and by a so you're using the ebay shopping cart right oh okay all right i'm sorry i totally misunderstood i thought we were starting from scratch okay so you got your thirteen to 1300 products here you're going to look at two companies forget what i said about wicks and square space okay you're going to look at shop of fight uh or you're going to look at big commerce a john okay are these are two shopping cart luggage ends if you well for your website and if you wanted to develop like on my website i dunno if he'd want to do this though the i'm telling you it's like it's a lot of work um but if you wanted to actually build your own ecommerce system is that there's opensource software to help you do that and the el opensource means is free but you have to tweak it to how it's going to work for you is that there is a a there's a program called presto shop and that's what we use at if you go to shop documentary dot.
"benita" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Good news is that you don't need to you don't need to be a rocket scientist to do this anymore right i mean it's really simple you can have point and shoot appointing quick rather and with the boy and click it's which sees what you get you find your template and there are several places for you to go like wicks dot com as where's face and what's nice about this benita is that the ecommerce is also built into it um so geo do you see any any different products do you see on your website i have a lot of products on my website i mean one hundred fifty two who know i have about cooking hundred to fourteen hundred that's alive well good for you and so so does the website exist right now yes okay so you wanna take are you taking orders on the website yes i did i on the website like people can come in by tall either has their own shopping cart and that followed by a so you're using the eu bachop right oh all right i'm sorry i totally misunderstood i thought we were starting from scratch okay so you got your thirteen 1300 products here's you're going to look at two companies forget what i said about wicks ends for space okay you're going to look at shop a fi uh or you're gonna look a big commerce and these are these are two shopping cart um logan's if you well for your website and if you wanted to develop like on my website i dunno if you'd wanna do this though the i'm telling you it's like it's a lot of work um but if you wanted to actually build your own ecommerce system is that there's opensource software to help you do that and the out opensource means is free but you have to tweak it to how it's going to work for you is that there is a uh there's an on a programme called shop absolutely use at if you go to shop documentary.
"benita" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"You stay tax we really preserve that essential values that we hold dear in america that the next generation can be better off than the generation before and it also ends unfair double taxation benita is in riveting wyoming line for republicans go ahead good morning thank you pre ban thanks for calling benita which a question for congressmen that gates well uh i am so glad good premium working on nickelback heck creation is so high in the united state hit went up and i'm not a kid i might parents had been married seventy three year there have been generation foul alive and we have packed her that we get care pay and i am priebke a republican working on that gap i i thank you for your time man i hope that our republiccontrolled worked together and get this done while i appreciate the comment you'll you make a point about republican unity and republicans working together by report you benita is that i've never seen republicans as unified on capitol hill everyone understands the importance of getting these tax cuts passed the president has been a great advocate an partner and i look forward to getting a done just as you asked foreign just as the american people demanded are paul ryan and mitch mcconnell unified enough with the president and giving him the support that he needs in his legislative and political priorities that's certainly what i see a most republicans from paul ryan and mitch mcconnell to the colleagues i sit next to on the floor understand that tax reform is do or die for our party right now after fumbling on healthcare my colleagues understand that we've got to deliver on this fundamental promise we've made to the american people to not only cut tax but to actually produce the results of economic growth the president trump promised in his campaign the proof will be in the outcomes we've got see the economy grow at a far faster rate than its growing today with job creation with wage growth and i think that this tax cut can pair well with a lot of the regulatory reform the president trump is already engaged dan to really unlock the potential of the american economy you mentioned the president's campaign there's that ongoing investigation into russian egner influence in the 2016 election we spent a lot of time earlier this week talking about the indictments the.
"benita" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The tampa area in the hours to come let's get the latest on the track and everything else we need from ten ten wins accuweather meteorologist john feerick john here right now the center of the storm uh pretty much red over naples florida and the i wall moving through a benita springs though we've seen wind gusts within the last couple of hours or passing 100 thirty miles per hour across parts of southwest florida including marco island ended naples and there's been a significant storm as well as you'll be widespread devastation in southwest florida worse even seeing hurricane force wind gusts over the east coast and this is all going to translate northward into the tampa in orlando areas tonight the storm will continue to weekend but still very heavy rainfall the potential for tornadoes still a storm surge along the coast and then it will weaken as it moves at the southern georgia tomorrow but still there could be some damage with hurricaneforce wind gusts even in the day tomorrow data accu weather is john feerick wins news time 503 to the north of where erma is now lots of concern of the tampa bay area corresponded alex stone joining us live from there and alekseeva long time tampere residents have never experienced anything like this yeah very true david and if there's any good news for about a remote earlier and tampa overland now and weakening it appears erba is heading a bit more towards the east which could or amama dr sider who put tampa rather other dry side of this storm that said it's still gonna be a very long windy night for people rian this area and there are still major concerns about storm surge here the water in tampa bay receded earlier today it will come back at some point likely going beyond what it did typically has bay and there may be at the naples airport a short time ago there was a reading of one hundred thirty five miles per hour gusts over two million homes are without power in florida and there's a belief that number will keep growing it could take weeks to get all the power back on why did tampa alex stone abc news for ten ten wins.