21 Burst results for "Bosca"

"bosca" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

03:49 min | 9 months ago

"bosca" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

"Have Anything has mario brothers stuff like that. They always found a way to put together their love of the outside stuff with bristling so much so that it extended even beyond that to now it's also a recognition of black excellent and black aqa accomplishments where One of the One one gear was inspired by bosca the famous artists graffiti artists. Are you also get Recently their gear was inspired by the fuji's score album which is celebrating a twenty fifth anniversary. So it just became even larger than just wrestling. Xavier woods made that transition to make not only his love for wrestling but his love of other aspects of his life more recognizable with the fan base. Like i said. I found it fascinating because people don't understand especially w we don't understand how much the world connects with pop coach of these days and Searching www day like stuck in a pass there you seen who they're draw for like wrestlemanias show or theme music music. That's been two or three years outdated and ship but you know you see what xavier woods and guys especially woods. They still entwined the history of wrestling in their personas and gimmicks as well this past couple of weeks we saw them basically showing love to the outsiders scott hall and kevin nash with their random blantyre. It's always something when it comes to xavier woods. When they even even his hairstyles. He you know the press or Away braided or how he parts it in a certain way or a he always has something going on where it stands out and i find that being creative and wrestling is what keeps you as a performer successful and resting i. It's one thing to be stagnant and just stay stuck in in one way and be comfortable with but it's another way to open up and be creative and expand your audience and expand your your reach the individual who also wanna get his book a world world records for a though celebrity video gamer who had the most subscribers and stuff so it's you get accolades accolades with this with this young man. And we've we've we're hearing stories not even but we. We hear that he assumed the apart of g for a a Video gaming network at one time which is making his comeback and he'll be a part of that as well the the the opportunities and the goals of this man is is. It's cliche to say but it's limitless when you have so much going on and you have so much reach and you have something to fall back on when the time has come when you feel as though you don't wanna do certain things anymore and it's not even that a falling back. I i hate to use the terminology but because to wear. It's you know other avenues to do what you don't have to sit there and break your ass taking bumps anymore in the ring now. It's i can sit down and play a video game with million people or i can go into a classroom and educate the youth. It's inspiring because that is what becoming not only a wrestler but also becoming a man is what it's all about and sometimes you have to take the opportunity that's there for you especially if you are giving it or you earned it and make the best of it so i said This is this is a segment. That i think i should do a little bit more..

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September 6th, 1651: King Charles II Flees for His Life

This Day in History Class

02:30 min | 10 months ago

September 6th, 1651: King Charles II Flees for His Life

"Day was september. Sixth sixteen fifty one after fleeing for his life following his defeat at the battle of worcester. Charles the second. The king of scotland and rightful king of england took refuge in a tall oak tree where he remained until the coast was clear a few days earlier on september third oliver cromwell and his parliamentarian forces had won the final battle of the english civil war when it was clear the royalists had lost the twenty one year old charles the second escaped the battlefield on horseback with some of his most trusted men. They rode forty miles through the countryside. Until it last reaching the ruins of the white lady's nunnery on the northern border of shropshire. When they arrived charles troop said about disguising him. They dressed him in old. Clothes cut his hair and smeared his face with soot. It was a necessary measure because cromwell had already dispatched soldiers to hunt down. the road. King wanted posters quickly appeared far and wide and a one thousand pound reward was issued for his capture with the kings safe for the time. Being most of his friends departed to avoid drawing attention to the group. Only richard peril remained with charles to help lead him through the woods on september fifth. The pair fled towards the river. Saverne where they hoped to cross into wales and from their sale to the relative safety of france unfortunately they found that the severn was heavily. Guarded by cromwell's patrols left with no way forward. Charles and richard were forced to turn back the way they came this time. They headed for bosca bell house a remote hunting lodge about a mile away from the nunnery where they'd hidden the night before when they arrived at around three. Am on the morning of september six. They were informed by richards. Brothers that the white lady's nunnery had already been raided by cromwell's soldiers. Another royalist fugitive named major william carlos was also hiding out at bosko bell. He suggested that it would be safer. If charles didn't stay in the house instead. He recommended that the two of them climb a bushy oak tree on the house grounds. That way they could see in all directions and keep tabs on the enemy soldiers. Who would surely come looking for them.

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"bosca" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

07:02 min | 10 months ago

"bosca" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"What are we talking about tristan. Oh just in. Also we'll get justice seconds. Yeah so before the trivia game the other night the pre-game talking points last week was they were like. I don't know what they're talking about. Rico's like hey evans on the ot. Yeah you hear credit card girls outta here. So i don't know what that means so he then told me the trista creek was leaving and i think going on right yeah. I don't what rolled we know. Like i think some kind of gambling so i know they do a gambling show six after boy and i thought it was nick kost. Ics's maybe she's doing a show. The cost us. It's weird higher. But i mean like when i so i thought it rico and i was like honestly. That's perfect for them. 'cause he's not he's a new guy is crazy personality to be a star. That would have been. I don't want him leaving. I love rico. But he'd be a starter fan right or is it now. I don't think he's my sources. My sources away. It's all play cat games and all you want. Yeah but But there's no way. Rico bosca i i like i think dave would rather shut down the company. Oddly than that much. Why i love rico. But because i think he said lifetime yeah so Yeah i don't know much about it. I think she's doing like a. I think she'd like some gambling show. So i don't anything about her knowledge of gambling. But all i know is that everyone said like around the time of the cheating thing. Everyone was like yes. She lies about our picks straight out halfway through the game. Murders in the fourth quarter. I know barstools a gambling company now. But she's like where is she on the rankings. Of who you think is like an expert in canada. And i don't think i don't know remember the to her. Podcasts wasn't doing spectacularly. Well was my understanding of things. I don't think but i got along with her. I didn't really have a nice enough. Good luck you know. I would say if she asked me. I'd say you're going that company leaving barstool in two twenty twenty fucking entercom. Whatever it's called your out of your fucking mind but hey maybe we should get more money there. I don't know well. So david saying in my answer was i just don't think they would let it happen. But dave was like why not go after someone like casey instead and have it be like a bars the case liberation. Casey's bigger. Well that's what i mean. She's like she's by understood she's like tied in the barstool like she's either. She might even have like like company penalties. Yeah yeah well. So what day was trying to say is it could be a collaborate where she's still barstool employees and that's why we're advertising. I wasn't from parcel. Nfl and they didn't think i didn't think they would do it either. But note they syndicate or maybe that stopped already but they were syndicating. One of their gambling shows to radio us with one was moved off like a weekend show or something. Maybe that could happen but like she would gonna leave. No barstool. i've never. I don't even think i've seen a tweet with trista giving a pick smiling. Well that's probably why they got trista. Because some of my casey or rica wouldn't leave forever in heaven right. Yeah i guess. Maybe i don't know maybe she knows somebody you know how it is. Maybe somebody there and she worked before she was usa. Today could be. But i mean she's leaving bar so just completely right as far as i know. Yeah yeah which is again. I think it's a weird twenty twenty one move. But maybe she's may. Maybe that was her. Ceiling was hit the barstool. Yeah i again. i only know this from trivia. She didn't seem particularly well liked. No that's needed though. Dave criticized or podcast numbers shakes correct. But that's needed. They need enemies in that building. Oh sure you know like how many people have barstool are hated You okay but my really map. Barstool brighton in that building. Yeah yeah you're not missing them by shop with. If i a few months whatever it will be a day where everyone hates me up like christos. Probably the the was the big on such a myth like real hate. It's bullshit it's myth. Parcel was everyone likes each other. And they're all liberals it's all bullshit they really is. I mean you know they're pals. Yeah which is okay but yeah. Good luck tour Yeah wasn't stunned to see that though. No issues leaving. Yeah i was the faa thing. I don't really understand three more money. Oh no not from her perspective for my fans. Yeah i don't really. I think this is the way these companies think they own hiring. Somebody edgy from bristol. Right we gotta barstool person. Let's get a like iae. Getting thornton and rear admiral letting them right. That's exactly right. So they hire trista. Who am i know how edgy. She is an upper like the stuff that she did. That was good. The bar solving everyone hater. She's not going to do that on some gambling show at faa interact the gobi greater. She was fucking dumping. If i hired a gambling person fan. I beg your job is to taunt craig kardon. Oh yeah all day long right but like that's not going to happen now saying they want to be as far away from that as they can because they don't have carton do add reinsure kings right. Oh i'm sure he's gambling's brains probably literally there in a sales meeting with draft kings and they're coming up with it on the fly i if you spend x. will hire somebody like trista creek from barstool gets that the draft who the fuck is that. She's talent at barstool they're like super well-known. No but i still think it's. It's piecing together. I don't think the program directors of faa specifically saying like this is target of ours. No by the way. She might have been proactive. True like i dunno. She's in new york she said. Oh this gambling's big. Now that i think entercom has tried to odyssey when i can't call it. That has has tried to. I guess extend their reach in that in some form or fashion. I thought partner fan. They handle one. I can't remember something like that. Like i was talking to ordway about this last time. I talked him a week or two ago and he said to me he's like you gotta tell mutt To you that like much should be doing that. Gambling should just leave. You should do gambling fulltime for sure obsession like like you sitting there. I'm sure tonight you can talk on sports and shit horseracing. You'd be at the first time. Is this show with him in. Oh nine we know each other at all and he was watching something during the break in this on this on the computer i was like. What do you watch a calm watching. The dogs racing. And i was like why is it. Competing is like okay. You're fucking lunatic. But fact then even then it was kind of weird now. it's just commonplace aqui. Fucking gambles his brains out. what's you get. you gets what you will like. You know he should. He should leave and do that fulltime. But what's tough about that. Now i think is that barstool was first with a lotta that shit in the sense that they were compulsive. Gamblers before it was legalized current was popular right now. Every other company is racing to. What's gonna gambling right. And i'm sure these shows like trista fan. I'm sure he. I has some some version of it right. The boston one. I'm sure they have things that they have little parties. They sit around their houses and watch him more. People are watching stuff funny. And it's got to be pathetic. Well and the tough thing about like trista kind of to your point was that if she is tweeting like i bet on the cavs in the fourth quarter great and they're up by thirty points portnoy would have made fun of her for that. No one had like boomer is incorrect. She's lying number thing where she got. What's his faces face..

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"bosca" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"bosca" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Being brought to you by the butcher shop. Purveyors of highly sought after one hundred percent australia. Nine cross bred wiler nine briskets and is always there handpicked just for you. The butcher shop has been retailing the finest meats for the past fifteen years every week shipping out competition quality meats too many of the biggest teams in the competition seen across the nation simply put teams use the butcher shop win and they went off and not a competitor but still have an eye for the finer cuts great news. The butcher shop is shipping some of the finest prime dry age australian wagon japanese. Swaggers takes the folks you and me who aspire to be the kings and queens of their sacks. The butcher shop always has berkshire compared dirac allegiance. Dirac perry fresh all natural work in stock and again. It is always handpicked just for you. So let's review the best competition. Briskets check the best pork selection. Check giving you a better overall option to cook at home shack so give the butcher shop a call today. Eight five zero four five eight eight seven eight two. That's eight five zero four five eight seven eight to be sure that you mentioned the barbecue central show for ten percent off your entire order. Each and every time can also interact with them on their facebook page. Facebook dot com slash. The butcher shop shop spelled s. h. o. p. p. e. butcher shop home of the one hundred percent australia non cross bred wiler nine plus briskets. And here's what's going on in today's show from july back in two thousand thirteen greg gimmick catch up with one of my favorites mr teddy reader. Right now here's something that i did. Notice when i had dave bosca on when we were recounting his veritable ask kicking of rolling smoke. And whoever the other guy was on barbecue pitman date moving anybody else. Pick up on that little trick that he showed. I was watching a two weeks ago. I was watching barbecue pitmasters and right before the nine o'clock airing of whatever the newest episode is they show like previous ones and that one happened to be the one. They voskan right before he started doing any prep on the ribs. As far as rub. what did he do. He took out the secret weapon. Little h. two o. Dropped a little water on the ribs. Then put the rub on because in his words if you go back and listen to it. I didn't catch it the first time. There was so much great information that he was disseminating across the airways on barbecue pitmasters. I missed this nugget. Said hey when you think about a rub is like a dehydrated spice put a little water layer down first and then put on the rub. It helps it. I guess rehydrate and so does it help it. Soak in better. Is that what it is. Dave or re hydrates the spice. It is in his terms dehydrated. Spice waters is going to help it. Rehydrate and it's fabulous. I was just gonna say debut. She got a new product. Coming out right now fell the rib water legs butcher dot com. Look for at a competition near you. But that's definitely something. I've i've been a big fan of hitting it with olive oil and then rub think i might try little water next time and see. If this dave bosca character knows what the hell he's talking about so if you didn't miss if you didn't get that trick when you saw it either and the original airing when he smacked the other teams around and moved on and handily. I might and didn't get it on a number of replay since then because i believe destination america only shows barbecue pitmasters at shows some type of infomercials early in the morning until like eight or nine o'clock and they get right back into the grilling and barbecue again. It's a destination. Barbecue is what it should be called to try it out. Let me know. have you tried it out. Let me know what you think is it. Does it make the biggest difference in the world. Wanna gun to try it myself. My next guest. Ted reader joining us here on the show teddy hari about you know i mentioned well. Here's a here's an interesting thing. Let me get your take on this. This isn't something actually planned to ask you about. I was watching this Barbecue pitmasters tv show and one of the guys who's a show sponsor who had actually moved on a couple of weeks ago. Dave bosca from butcher barbecue. Let out a secret where he said. Hey before we put on the rub for the ribs he puts a little layer of water down and he said hey. The rub is kind of like this dehydrated spicy. You put a little water down and then you put the rub on it kind of helps it rehydrate and maybe give it even a little bit. More flavor is being somebody in this food service industry and the barbecue industry. Does that lend some credit to you. What do you think about that Yeah a lot of especially when you get into Manufacturing and food processing Meet water rub One helps increase the moisture of In the meat and also helps facilitate the Even coding of the spice rub over top of the of the ribs. Especially when you're trying to season more than one rack at a time so in processing you know they'll open up. They'll do a vat that hold five thousand pounds of ribs and they throw them in there and they put a certain percentage of water and they certain percentage of spice and tumble it up and draw vacuum and put some moisture into so putting water down on it and adding grab we'll also Enhance your ribs nicely. So fourth of july for the people in the states here coming up in just a matter of days huge grilling day for many folks. Here you know basically what are some of the most important thing folks need to do to make sure the grill is safe if this is the first time the rolling it out. Well if this is the first time they're rolling it on telling them shame on you. July fourth is the first time you didn't me things should be going year round. That's but but when you're but for the fourth of july one is clean. Grill is a hotter grill and a clean grill is a healthier grill. And so you wanna make sure it's clean. You wanna make sure if it's a gas grill. It's in working order. You wanna make sure that if it's a kettle grill Maybe some of those legs are a tripod style. Those things you wanna make sure it's all secure and everything's ready for when you go to start your charcoal or your gas and start cooking and then from there. It's open season fourth the fourth of july. It's a it's a time to celebrate. finished our canada day and and i love the fourth of july. I love the fact that americans celebrate with with gusto and with love and passion. And i think that's awesome and i think you should cook the same way. And if you're gonna you know whatever you're gonna fire up. I just made burgers for my wife. And i tonight and they were they were. I bought some brought were sausages. And i peeled him out of the casing and then mixed it up and added a little bit of extra garlic and through in some smoked paprika and plank those up on maple planks in glazed them with a mixture of bourbon Maple syrup aaa tabasco and a little bit of barbecue sauce. And they were juice even moist and shape them in like a triangle so they looked like a giant dinosaur egg and they were they were mouth-watering ruined the t-shirt shirt tonight and i just put a brand new went on today. And so you know that if you're going to have a burger and you ruin a t shirt while eating it. That's a good thing. Somebody's done something right. No doubt about it. How that's it. So they're typically people might have. Let's say fifteen to thirty people and all this kind of a big variation but depending on how many people you know how long you been in a neighborhood. You could have swing like that. Are you a big fan of having your guests. Take part in the cooking aspect or having these food bars. Are you not too much into the.

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"bosca" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"bosca" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"bosca" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"bosca" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Okay you guys. Jennifer released a joint. Jennifer and alex released a statement saying we have realized we are better off as friends and look forward to remaining so we will continue to work together and support each other on our shared businesses and projects. We wish the best for each other and one another's children out of respect for them. The only comment. Sorry the only other comment we have to say. Thank you to everyone who has sent kind words and support so be honest where you surprise first of all. I'm upset that we're sitting here saying the news. But we're all like this right now because i'm here with you here. That's why i say. I don't ever wish for the downfall of anybody and breakup are hard. Especially when you admitted families For sure but yeah. I always smile a little bit when i'm right about yes We chris. When did you call this. Did you call this before. The i kind of like break-up when i just felt like it just got messy and i do think there's sometimes a way back but it's really hard when it's gotten as messy as it got and you know eat when you do have children you don't want to force something like why go to the point where you're going to get married Something doesn't feel right. I think j. lo and a rod. They're they're old enough. They'd been in an up relationships at this point to know like when it doesn't feel right. Let's just call it it keep the peace. Let's not make things uglier we've got kids involved. Let's just keep the peace and let's just be

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"bosca" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

TT Filmpodcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"bosca" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast

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Houston PD reports new spike in COVID-19 cases among officers

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Houston PD reports new spike in COVID-19 cases among officers

"We've been talking to houston police about a rise. In cova cases among its officers lucia bosca says cases have been going up over the past few weeks officer ernest leo. Junior was laid to rest this week after his battle with covid nineteen marking the first covid related death within the houston police department as of december. Third a total of ninety houston. Police officers are currently infected with the virus and since the beginning of the pandemic six hundred. Eighteen officers have tested positive. Police chief art also vado spoke about the impact of covid. Nineteen within the police department is a lot of fatigue. An art department as it relates to covert nineteen whether having a domino mask or the additional equipment strategy was crafted by the department during the early days of the pandemic to protect police. Officers distractedly requires police. Reports to be made either virtually or over the phone it also prevents officers from changing partners and requires them to wear masks and gloves. We're going to continue to share of this community to the best of our to we've done and lucy vazquez in

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Earth’s web of life must be protected, UN chief Guterres tells biodiversity summit

UN News

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Earth’s web of life must be protected, UN chief Guterres tells biodiversity summit

"The Earth's fragile web of life must be protected for the good of future generations for human progress and prosperity. That's the message from Urine Serie General Antonio Guitar to the UN Summit on biodiversity on Wednesday in New York in a call for action to protect the planet Mister Guitarist insisted that humanity was waging war on nature. His comments come despite repeated international commitments that have failed to see any of the. Global biodiversity targets agreed a decade ago met in full twenty twenty opening the summit. UN General Assembly President Volcan Bosca warned that despite the importance of biodiversity thirteen, million hectares of forest lost every year and one million species are at risk of extinction. We also risk jeopardising food security, water supplies, livelihoods, and our ability to fight diseases and face extreme events. Ahead of the biodiversity summit, more than sixty heads of state made a leaders pledge to halt and reverse nature loss.

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"bosca" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Aw. I hope he got that note. Now I'm wondering if I screw bopha I duNno I'll I'll go back. That looked like he had been hacked at some point. that. Let's see. nope. Oh. Okay. Quickly going back up. Online what? We try the. Oh boy. Let's go to the phone. It's going to rain. Eight. Unchartered territory here, so I don't know. We'll go with a phone call. Were you seeing me come up on skype. Were you seeing me come up on skype or no? Not Did you change names. I. Don't know that answer. Turbie, Q.. But you're BBQ. Hold. Let's see the U. T. H. is at one word butcher bbq. Know. What's your BBQ? There you are okay I'm going to hang up with you right now. Art. He did. But you're BBQ. This is probably what they call the. Show lined how? All my Lord. There is sounding like a million bucks looking like a billion bucks by the way now we're rocking and rolling here, so you did I think you. I think you might have had a Dave Bosca skype, and then I forgot that did one for probably for the show, right? Yeah, that's probably right all right, so we're ready to go higher. Forgot to all right I knew we would figure it out. I mean we are a veritable brain. Trust between the two of US be blown up cities changing regimes without any doubt, so apologize for being late here, but it was talking with John. Marcus about some. Good Times. All Times New Times here, so speaking of do times by the way. This is what we call new product announcement time, which is my favorite time. Dave you're ever the innovator I. Mean is a guy who has a incredible product line existing already for the butcher product for Bush Barbecue Product. Then you started the wild seasonings line, which is You know more of the game. Kinda stuff And so forth, and then continuing to add to the products portfolio, we are ready to introduce a new product. I mean I've I've seen it kind of rolling out here but I on a on this show tonight. What do we introduce? I don't know what you're talking about..

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Created during Spanish flu, jingle dress dance now helping First Nations people cope with COVID-19

Unreserved

10:42 min | 2 years ago

Created during Spanish flu, jingle dress dance now helping First Nations people cope with COVID-19

"The cove in nineteen pandemic women and girls across north. America have been posting videos of themselves performing the jingle dress. Dance it's a dance. It has historical ties to another pandemic from one hundred years ago way. People in the United States and Canada tell a similar story about the origins of the jingle dance tradition. They cite a young girl being very sick her father after having a vision about a special dress and dance associated with it gate. The little girl that dress. She began dancing in the new jingle dress and survived that was University of Minnesota professor. Brenda Child on the origin story of the Jingle Dress. Dance Brenda is a member of the Red Lake. Agip way reservation in Minnesota and she's been doing some research into the history of the jingle dress. She joins me from Minneapolis to tell us what she discovered. Welcome Brenda thank you so much. What did you find? Was the origin of the Jingle dress. Dance or I was really surprised when I started doing the research. I couldn't find a single photograph of what you would call. Jingle dress before Circa nineteen twenty in the United States or Canada. And I thought. Wow you know as a historian. It occurred to me that something very big had happened. That created this new healing tradition a century ago so when I started doing further work into it. It seems that it was the big flu. Epidemic of Nineteen nineteen very similar in some ways to the global pandemic were experiencing today. And so the story whether it's told in Whitefish Bay Ontario or central Minnesota on them lacks reservation. Both of them name a little girl as being the first jingle dress dancer and the girl was actually survivor of the global pandemic of a century ago And there was something else going on at the time as well as this Influenza pandemic there was there is this law. I guess outlawing I indigenous a spiritual holiday so that really added to to the power of the dress right. Yeah it was. I like to say that the jingle dress dance was a radical tradition from its origins because in the context of the United States the Indian office in Washington had outlawed ritualistic dancing on reservations in this kind of infamous dance order of one thousand nine hundred twenty one but it is true that the jingle dress dance emerged during a moment when these kinds of traditions were being suppressed on reservation communities and so in that sense the jingle dress dance was sort a radical tradition from its beginning very cool. Is there a history of new? Data's being created out of Specific need or issue that needs to be addressed in our communities. Well I mean I think we have a tradition of new dances being created. But this is the first dance. I traced to a kind of global epidemic. And what's interesting to me? Is Most of US know that Indian tribes in North America? Ever since the coming of Europeans experienced many different kinds of epidemics and pandemics and smallpox and what the jingle dress dance sort of shows me is maybe this was a way that native people had of coping with these earlier generations of epidemic says. Well how is the jingle dress itself connected to healing? I think most native people know that the jingles themselves argued with kind of healing power. Ojibway people think of spiritual power as being passed through the air and so sound is very important in that world view. And so if you've ever been to a powwow and you've had the wonderful experience of listening to many Jingle dress dancers dancing together you know. It's a really interesting sound in that it's a tinkling sound. But some people have described it as almost being like a summer rain or or voting sounds of a rainfall what we learned this past year. My students and I at the University of Minnesota were putting together an exhibit for the Malek's Indian Museum thinking about it being the hundredth anniversary of the Jingle Dress. Dance tradition and we had an opportunity to look at dresses through the decades and so from the Twenties Thirties forties fifties and more recent years. And what we found. Is that the jingles over the years. Where made of different materials we often think of. The Classic Copenhagen Snuff Can Lid and that has been a consistent material that our people have used to make jingles but we also saw dresses with Prince Albert tobacco cans. We also saw dresses made from baking soda cans early. So yeah so people. American Indian women and women in particular have been very creative. We had one early Dakota dress. That had a jacket. Both of them with jingles and the skirt and jacket were made of drapery fabric. Wow it sounds like a jingle dressed dancers were kind of contemporary in that they were able to go with the styles of the time they did and in fact some of my favorite dresses are the first ones from the collections at the Minnesota Historical Society. They're often black kind of Slim dresses that resemble the flapper dresses of the Nineteen Seventies. And so it's surprising. And that's sort of one of the things. We wanted to show with the exhibit that in many ways. The Jingle dress dance evolved through the decades. There isn't one consistent style but the jingles are what they all have in common a lot of the dresses from the thirties and forties. We found had long zinc zippers. Up The side showing that they were probably purchased in department stores. When you and then we're embellished later with jingles and that's something that may be would surprise some of us who always say you know you have to make your own jingle dress or you have to have it made for you. Because in the nineteen thirties and forties women sometimes purchase them and added the jingles. Later I imagine many people think that Powell dancing has been around for hundreds of years. But as you say the jingle dress dance and the dress itself is relatively new. How do people respond when when you tell them that? I like to talk about that idea very much. Because many people can only see indigenous people as historic people. I know we have that problem in the United States where sort of viewed as always in terms of the past and so with the Jingle dress even though the Powell tradition is older than the jingle dress dance shows me. Is that native people and Ojibway people here in the Great Lakes were part of the making of the modern world. And who would've thought one hundred years ago a century ago that this global epidemic that people experienced all over the world would go into the remote communities of the Great Lakes and be very devastating and that women would respond to that epidemic. By you know I always say it's like applying. Sav to wounds that they were able to kind of create this new tradition. That is still with us. A century later. Wow now you mentioned earlier that you helped curate and exhibit at the Mill Lack indie museum in Ohio which took a look at the history of the Jingle Dress and was organized for the one hundredth anniversary of this dance. What kinds of dresses did you have contributed to this exhibit from some some of the you know the the dancers out there well. It was really fun because we started the exhibit with the idea that we were going to bring historic dresses so that the community could kind of look at what I mentioned earlier. The how the dresses evolved over the decades but then what we also found is there almost became like a second exhibit because women wanted to bring their own shingle dress into the exhibit as well and. I think the one that is photographed. Most often is one where it belongs to Vanessa. Northrop from the fond laco devoid community in Minnesota and she turned her police uniform into a jingle dress. And that's a very powerful dress When people see it another favorite is the one I mentioned made out the Baking Soda. Can lintz and that was from our spiritual leader from Kind of central Minnesota and Wisconsin. His name is Lee Staples and he asked if we would like to have his mother's dress which he's still had Lee himself is in his seventies so he brought in his mother's very beautiful dress and we that to the exhibit as well. Just a beautiful sight to see yeah. The exhibit is called the BOSCA. Uganda good day. The Jingle dress at one hundred and as I said it will be having another season. Hopefully when the museum reopened again later this spring it. It will be there for the summer months as well. Now you may have noticed over the last couple of weeks. We've seen women and girls posting videos of themselves dancing Jingle online in response to cove nineteen how does it make you feel to see indigenous people turning back to the Jingle dress dance as a dentist healing? Well it makes me feel great. It makes me very happy to think that another generation as being inspired by this tradition. You may have noticed early last summer that Google had doodle in the middle of June about the jingle dress dance and it was the first time that Google had commissioned a native artist to make a doodle and I thought that was a very interesting thing to happen in the last year too. So what's interesting to me to the timing of these particular events because who would have thought a century after the jingle dress we'd have another global pandemic and just at the time we were remembering that history so strongly that we would have a similar kind of episode in the midst of our country and any in our communities so the timing of. This is all very interesting to

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"bosca" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"World champion and we will also talk podcasting. Would they've BOSCA's. I've mentioned here on the show over the last month or two. Dave has recently launched a podcast so I would love to talk to him about how he's getting on with this podcast if he thinks it's a long term venture being everybody's really excited about getting into podcasting but I think that et in the end when the luster wears off which is right around the fourth show and you realize you gotta keep doing it. That's where you find where the that's where the rubber meets the road. All of a sudden people go from once a week to once every other week or once a month once a quarter quickly. They're fading off. It's a joke most barbecue podcasts as I say time and time again or worthless. Drivel drivel. They cannot put in the work in the effort to sustain because they think I don't know there's going to be a lot of money right off the bat or fame name fortune and fame. They're going to get recognized that their local meat shop. It's work you gotTA figure out a way to do it and do it right and then you have to commit to time. Those are the three most important. They're really hard to do. By the way. Just look at how many barbecue podcasts S. have come and gone. Many have not withstood the test of time. It's tough not everybody can do it. So that is where we end guesting and then depending on what Dave leaves for everybody else. Time Wise. We'll do the ever popular her where nobody calls.

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"bosca" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on Post Reports

"And now one more thing. This one area there were sixty homes that were either destroyed demolished or collapsed that had collapsed or at great risk meaning. Persons shouldn't go back that's sixty families or plus could be more than one family and then there's also a lot of people that just they don't want to sleep in their own tonight. That's Alex Paro. He works for FEMA in Puerto. Rico were there have been more than a thousand earthquakes in the past. I don't know a whole area what I do know. We had a population of near thousand people at a shelter in and bone say I release Hernandez is reporter for the post. She covered Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria two years ago. Now she's back on the island into reporting on a relentless series earthquakes. It's a harrowing experience for people across the island aftershocks of varying degrees and potency agency can come at any time and sometimes within ten minutes of each other. The mental and emotional state of Puerto Ricans is deteriorating rapidly. After the trauma they endured in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. There's people like Lual. A mother of forty five years of age who is is in a constant state of alertness. She's that way because she wants to protect your nine year old son in the event something should happen anytime medicine. Let me know nobody. He tells me Mommy. I don't WanNa die. I WANNA WANNA leave many years and I tell him no. Nothing's going to happen to us. And he tells me then because he's very attached to me. He says Mommy nothing is going to happen to you either because because I want you to grow old by my side he's very emotionally affected. He keeps asking Mommy. Are you okay. I'm fine. I'm fine you know. It seems like he's very affected acted. Psychologists told me that the incessant anxiety and fear that something bad could happen poisons the body and could lead to desperation people or having panic attacks and heart attacks any sound sets them off. Children are nervous and the elderly and infirm are sleeping on cots and on the ground on one woman told me she'd rather have twenty marinas instead of these earthquakes because you know when a hurricane is coming and can prepare the situation is so perilous. That one doctor told me that Puerto Rico should prepare for spike in suicides. The atmosphere of uncertainty is compounded by the lack of trust in government. Puerto Rican saw their government fail them two years earlier and that anger helped fuel the ouster of the former governor this summer. Some some of what is happening. Feels like a repeat of the past. The power grid went down. Although most people have power now and the mixed messages about the damage. The primary Mary Generation Plant in the south has only aggravated that. Distrust Governor Wanda Bosca's got said readily admitted that the island doesn't have an emergency plan for earthquakes ready yet and it took a few days for emergency management personnel to move into the southern region. Now they are waiting and hoping being president trump will sign a major disaster declaration. That will release more money for building inspections emergency housing and repairs to the Costa solar power. Plant keep in mind for Three Gorges still waiting on the bulk of the Federal Disaster Recovery Funds. Eighteen billion for Maria residents have little little hope. The federal government will help the seismic activity will likely continue to at least the end of the month hopefully with less frequent and powerful for temblors. But no one knows exactly what to expect but for now people are just worried about the basis but taming meal. God's way to fit ain't thought I just want a stable place for my baby stove to make him food a fridge a little bad for him everything else come step-by-step but for now the most important thing is a roof over my head.

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"bosca" Discussed on Post Reports

Post Reports

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on Post Reports

"And now one more thing. This one area there were sixty homes that were either destroyed demolished or collapsed that had collapsed or at great risk meaning. Persons shouldn't go back that's sixty families or plus could be more than one family and then there's also a lot of people that just they don't want to sleep in their own tonight. That's Alex Paro. He works for FEMA in Puerto. Rico were there have been more than a thousand earthquakes in the past. I don't know a whole area what I do know. We had a population of near thousand people at a shelter in and bone say I release Hernandez is reporter for the post. She covered Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria two years ago. Now she's back on the island into reporting on a relentless series earthquakes. It's a harrowing experience for people across the island aftershocks of varying degrees and potency agency can come at any time and sometimes within ten minutes of each other. The mental and emotional state of Puerto Ricans is deteriorating rapidly. After the trauma they endured in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria. There's people like Lual. A mother of forty five years of age who is is in a constant state of alertness. She's that way because she wants to protect your nine year old son in the event something should happen anytime medicine. Let me know nobody. He tells me Mommy. I don't WanNa die. I WANNA WANNA leave many years and I tell him no. Nothing's going to happen to us. And he tells me then because he's very attached to me. He says Mommy nothing is going to happen to you either because because I want you to grow old by my side he's very emotionally affected. He keeps asking Mommy. Are you okay. I'm fine. I'm fine you know. It seems like he's very affected acted. Psychologists told me that the incessant anxiety and fear that something bad could happen poisons the body and could lead to desperation people or having panic attacks and heart attacks any sound sets them off. Children are nervous and the elderly and infirm are sleeping on cots and on the ground on one woman told me she'd rather have twenty marinas instead of these earthquakes because you know when a hurricane is coming and can prepare the situation is so perilous. That one doctor told me that Puerto Rico should prepare for spike in suicides. The atmosphere of uncertainty is compounded by the lack of trust in government. Puerto Rican saw their government fail them two years earlier and that anger helped fuel the ouster of the former governor this summer. Some some of what is happening. Feels like a repeat of the past. The power grid went down. Although most people have power now and the mixed messages about the damage. The primary Mary Generation Plant in the south has only aggravated that. Distrust Governor Wanda Bosca's got said readily admitted that the island doesn't have an emergency plan for earthquakes ready yet and it took a few days for emergency management personnel to move into the southern region. Now they are waiting and hoping being president trump will sign a major disaster declaration. That will release more money for building inspections emergency housing and repairs to the Costa solar power. Plant keep in mind for Three Gorges still waiting on the bulk of the Federal Disaster Recovery Funds. Eighteen billion for Maria residents have little little hope. The federal government will help the seismic activity will likely continue to at least the end of the month hopefully with less frequent and powerful for temblors. But no one knows exactly what to expect but for now people are just worried about the basis but taming meal. God's way to fit ain't thought I just want a stable place for my baby stove to make him food a fridge a little bad for him everything else come step-by-step but for now the most important thing is a roof over my head.

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"bosca" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

05:43 min | 3 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Thank you on behalf of Salem. And the people in Haiti you are helping portions of America. I are brought to you in part by food for the poor. Let's go to our very first guest so much to talk about Chris boss, Kirk the publisher the founder of American greatness is going for one important meeting to another right now. He's in an airport you with us. Chris. Sure. I'm jay. How are you? Very. Well, very well. Thank you so much for squeezing us in. I can think of nobody better talk to with regards to at least one of these injustices. And of course, I mean, the Mola prob- I'm gonna put it out that you just read an amazing article in American a great American greatness explained to our listeners, please Chris Buskirk, what is Raja Kipling got to do with congressman Devin Nunes. Kipling at Kipling is one of these poets who has fallen out of favor. But I just I just love working people to call them that you probably know call. Yes. And it's it's a series of statements if you can do this if you can keep your head all about you are losing bears make allowance for their doubting too. If you can walk with kings. You'll lose the comment. That's all these things at the end winds up, and he said something at the end of this problem that is very very not politically, correct. It says if you can do these things, and you excuse me that you will be a man my son. Boy, I mean there is like he's broken. I think every piece people in the bucket is his masculinity. He's explaining what it is. It's a father talking to a son, and he is a dead white, man. Right. So he's guilty to begin with. Oh, he's guilty of so many things we can't even begin kalpa by shore. And yet this is this is a poll that I gave to my own song when he was very young. And it's something that has resonated with me for all my whole life, and when I came to mind and thinking of Devon Nunez because over the past few days, we've seen the results of the Muller investigation. What we knew what you knew what I knew which is that the Russia, the Trump Russia collusion narrative was always a hoax is the you know, it is a birther hopes of the of the two thousand sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen era. And it is something that has consumed the country, but we all knew to be false, but who stood against the tide. Right. There's all there's a list of villains. But I just wanted to take the time to talk about one of the heroes and Devin Nunes, I think is absolutely providence center. A hero. National hero and national charter and somebody that we deserve the honour. We ought to honor. Because he's the one who stood against the pike. He was out there when he was taking unbelievable grief. He stood in the breach. There were people on his law at his home in rural California protests day and night where his wife and his children sweep were there man, congress who are trying to remove him from his chairmanship of the intelligence committee trying to remove them there were. Paul Ryan did not have his back during those times. But he was right. He stood up for. What was right? What true, and he took the narrows and here at the end of at the end of the Muller investigation. I just wanted to take the time to say, here's an example. Excuse me, a person that this country cannot live without Donner. Yes. Indeed. We owe a great that of gratitude to Devin Nunes, check out the article at spectator dot US. It's Devon Nunez hero of the Republic by Chris bus bus cook. In the last two minutes, we have with you, Chris. This seems to be no sign that the left has learned its lesson with regards to the collapse of the collusion hoax. And that the doubling down is that good for those who believe in making America, great again and the president's twenty twenty chances. I think it actually might be a doctor. I think that there's the there's a group of people who either either believe it in their bones, despite all the evidence for they are the people who put out the whole, you know, sort of people who will Lisa virus into the wild and hopes that it will do that. Those people are going to continue to believe it at work to push it because they see it is in their interest. But there's a there's a group of reasonable people out there, even some even some Democrats independents who will maybe believed in this for thought, you know, we gotta wait and see what the report says. And they're now saying hold on a second tore the country apart for two years over something where was zero evidence. How could you do this? I think that helps the person I think he I think he stands up inside over and over again, this is why I said they're fake news because this was forced by CNN and MSNBC and the Washington Post, and God knows how many other people. Democrats in congress. Eric swallow ball of Adam Schefter, Jerry, Nadler, Maxine Waters, all these people are pushing this. But it's false fall. So we should say that over and over again, and I think that helps the president, and they're still pushing it, and we will be playing some very choice body of cats from just the last few hours. We have been talking to Chris Bosca the publisher of American greatness, follow him on Twitter. The Chris Bosca B U S K K K, go to the website AM greatness dot com. An incredible website, which has regular pieces from people such as Victor Davis Hanson. Thank you for squeezing us in Kirk. Chris this is Sebastian Gorka on America. First. We will be talking with Andy.

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"bosca" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Coming live from the relieffactor dot com studios with none other than Chris Bosca in-studio as my guests. Follow him on Twitter. The Chris Bosca be US. K K is the editor and publisher of American greatness AM greatness dot com. One of the most important conservative sites out that Chris it's clear to me that you understand the age of Trump not just as a reaction to the prior eight years or the price of fifty years of political correctness out of control. But also as something that revolves around the objective of rebuilding the American middle class. Is there a massive tension between that objective? And the war. Meaning if the president doesn't manage to have substantial advancement on that issue rapidly is he going to lose his base and is the larger project therefore going to be endangered. I've said for a long time that I think that the only person who can Nate the base from Donald Trump is Donald Trump is the one and only person I mean, think about everything that's been thrown at Donald Trump over the past three or three and a half years. I mean, it's it's been all out war against this man since the summer of two thousand fifteen and his base has has been there. You know, he famously said I could shoot somebody in the middle of Fifth Avenue. And my base would be with me. I think that's right. The one thing he up not literally. Right. But the one thing he can do though is going into Fifth Avenue and shoot himself in the foot. He has he has not done that to to his credit. I'm not saying that. But, but that's when we come back to to the wall and immigration. This is Donald Trump's signature. Issue. How many times did he say in two thousand fifteen and sixteen to great applause from from his base at rallies build nothing else. Obamacare nothing else. Trade wolves comes close. Right. Nothing comes close. Those are those are all things. Everybody said. Yep, polite, clap build the wall. Cheers. This is his read my lips. No new taxes pledge. Donald Trump has got a lot on the line with this particular issue. It is also an issue that is not just a poll that has not just politically important for the president. It's also very economically socially culturally, politically important for the future of the country. Why is that? Because there are a number of reasons I want to focus on one when it comes to the middle and the working class illegal immigration, even to some extent legal immigration, but we'll leave that aside illegal immigration devalue citizenship and a devalue is the most important single economic asset that the middle and working class has which is their unique. Access to the to the labor market in this country. Yes, right. Illegal immigration pushes down wages. It makes jobs less available to American workers. And that is part of the reason that the middle class and the working class has been under such pressure for the past forty or fifty years people, you know, people on our side for during the Obama years, particularly the Obama would go around saying just this by the way, you know, real wages haven't grown for the middle class since since the late sixties early seventies. And on the right? We'd say that's just Obama, you know class warfare. He had a point there. We would say well GDP went up. She DP went up. But where did the spoils of that go up? It's wrong. It's the wrong measure we've seen families breakdown. How do people keep the wages up? How do they stay in the middle class by having two income households? That's tough on families. It's tough on kids. I think that the president and Republicans general who want to win the future needs to be talking about are the pro family. We're the pro family a party. And that does not mean what it meant in the eighties that meant that means something different today. It means. A lot of those things. But really what we're talking about is rebuilding making it economically possible for for people to have for instance, have a single single earner household don't have to do it. But it should be possible to stay in the middle class on a single middle class wage, you believe that's the reality. We could create in America again. Yes. I do. Wow. Tomorrow. No ill will be years in coming and just saying that that's a goal. So that people who want to Ken, do it the cultural impact of that would be anonymous apps astronaut, Michael? Yeah. I totally agree. Wow. In the last thirty seconds. We have left. What tonight? Are you a fan of national emergency being declared or not? If that's the only way to do it. It's I don't think it's the necessarily the best way, but it is a national emergency. And just those three magic words build the wall. Wonderful you've been the Chris Buskirk falling. Follow him on Twitter at the Chris Bosca B U S K I. Okay. And do what I do. Check American greatness every day. You'll find some familiar names. They're like, Dr Sebastian Gorka where you write a weekly column. I do I do. Thank you Christopher for hosting that column. Now Dillard's this. I have a personal challenge for you. Can you think of at least one thing that you no longer do that you wish you could.

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"bosca" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:08 min | 3 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Live from relieffactor dot com studios with none other than Chris Bosca in-studio as my guests. Follow him on Twitter. The Chris Bosca could be US K. I K. He's the editor and publisher of American greatness AM greatness dot com. One of the most important conservative sites out that Chris it's clear to me that you understand the age of Trump not just as a reaction to the prior eight years all the price of fifty years of political correctness out of control. But also as something that revolves around the objective of rebuilding the American middle class. Is there a massive tension between that objective and the war? Meaning if the president doesn't manage to have substantial advancement on that issue rapidly is he going to lose his base and is the larger project therefore going to be endangered. I've said for a long time that I think that the only person who can Nate the base from Donald Trump is Donald Trump. He is the one and only person I mean, think about everything that's been thrown at Donald Trump over the past three or three and a half years. I mean, it's it's been all out war against this man since the summer of two thousand fifteen and his base has has been there. Famously said I could shoot somebody in the middle of Fifth Avenue. And my base would still be with me. I think that's right. But the one thing he not literally, right? But the one thing he can do though is going into Fifth Avenue and shoot himself in the foot. He has he has not done that to to his credit. I'm not saying that. But, but that's when we come back to the wall and immigration. This is Donald Trump's signature issue. How many times did he say to two thousand fifteen and sixteen to great applause from from his base at rallies, build nothing. Nothing else. Obamacare nothing else. Trade wolves comes close. Right. Nothing comes close. Those are those are all things. Everybody said. Yep, polite, clap build the wall. Cheers. This is his read my lips. No new taxes pledge. Donald Trump has got a lot on the line with this particular issue. It is also an issue that is not just a poll that that is not just politically important for the president. It's also very economically socially culturally, politically important for the future of the country. Why is that because? There. There are a number of reasons I want to focus on one when it comes to the middle and the working class illegal immigration, even to some extent legal immigration, but we'll leave that aside illegal immigration devalue citizenship in a d values the most important single economic asset that the middle and working class has which is their unique access to to the labor market in this country. Yes, right and illegal immigration pushes down wages. It makes jobs less available to American workers. And that is part of the reason that the middle class and the working class has been under such pressure for the past forty or fifty years people, you know, people on our side for during the Obama years in particularly the Obama go round saying just this by the way know, real wages haven't grown for the middle class since since the late sixties early seventies on the right say just Obama, you know, class warfare. He had a point there. We would say well GDP went up GDP went up. But where did the spoils of that go up? The wrong. It's the wrong measure we've seen families breakdown. Well, how do people keep the wages up? How do they stay in the middle class by having two income households? That's tough on families. It's tough on kids. I think that the president and Republicans general who want to win in the future needs to be talking about where the pro family. We're the pro family a party. And that does not mean what it meant in the eighties that meant that means something different today. It means a lot of those things. But really what we're talking about is rebuilding making it economically possible for for people to have for instance, have single single earner household don't have to do it. But it should be possible to stay in the middle class on a single middle class wage, you believe that's the reality. We can create in America again. Yes, I do tomorrow. No. It'll be years coming and just saying that that's a goal. So that people who want to Ken do it the cultural impact of that would be anonymous apps astronomical. Yeah, I totally agree. Well, in the last thirty seconds, we have left tonight. Are you a fan of national emergency being declared on if that's the only way to do it? It's I don't think it's necessarily the best way. But it is a national emergency. And just those three magic words build the wall. Wonderful you the Chris Bosco falling follow him on Twitter at the Chris Bosca B U S K, I K and do what I do. Check American greatness every day. You'll find some familiar names. They're like, Dr Sebastian Gorka. Where are you? Write a weekly call. Indeed, I do. I do. Thank you Christopher for hosting that call them. Now, this I have a personal challenge for you. Can you think of at least one thing that you no longer do that you wish you could do.

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"bosca" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Greatness dot com, which is founded and published by none other than Chris Bosca. Follow him on Twitter at the Chris Bosca B U S K K. Greetings, chris. Greetings, actor, gene. Always a pleasure. A couple of weeks ago. You were gracious enough to publish a piece of mind, which was about how dangerous the FBI has potentially. Come become mine was a kind of a Cassandra core for the future for this morning. How do you look at the question of the FBI in America today? Well, I'll tell I will tell you after thinking through the piece that you publish a few weeks ago. And then seeing what the FBI did Roger stone this morning. I'm thinking he's gonna ask you for the Powerball numbers. Very timely, and you were ahead of your time. And I looked at I looked at the dozens of like armed FBI twenty nine twenty nine agents. Twenty nine armed FBI agents. Like, they're going to war storming. Roger stone's house. A predawn it's dark outside trying to make a point CNN cameras. Just happened to be there on site, and it seems like a gross overreach. It seemed like absolutely another abuse of power. This was this was this is somebody Roger stone at somebody who they were in contact with they've been in contact with his lawyers regularly. And if they wanted to they wanted to arrest him, they couldn't just told his lawyers have having turned himself in tomorrow at nine on that on that. I can actually play you a cut here we have Roger stone himself off the he was arraigned in district court today. We actually have a Cup three from Roger stone himself. The.

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"bosca" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"Will see clear picture and everything you ever want to know about Claire, but let me tell you really quick brief introduction of her. She's a speaker trainer, and she calls herself. Are you ready for this? I love the word a coach tint like a consultant and coach, but you put them together. And you get you get coach Sultan. It's like trying to pronounce your last name Claire Bosca, Scott. Okay. Coach sultans. And you know, she's known as the busy Queen b. But she also is going to be known for this amazing book that just came out called thriving by caring, and it's really about carrying about your your customers on the inside the people you work with and giving them all fired up. So let's jump into this clear. Welcome to amazing business radio. Thank yay. Thanks for having me. I'm so excited to be to be with you. It's so co and it's cool that we're here. And you know, we we hear the accent. So where you calling from today? Well, I am actually French. I know you sound British though. Well, I've been yes, this is the trait. I've seen leaving on the military Lilan called jazzy which is situated between France and England. And I thought jersey was just south of New York City. Okay. This another one much more much smaller with on the one hundred thousand people in it. And I say south I'm trying to do my geography, I always feel like I'm going south to jersey. But anyway, doesn't matter. So we're going to a little island of about one hundred thousand people it sounds like a wonderful place. It is it's it's beautiful. And it's you know fell in love with it. When I was about eighteen years old and then not traveled around. I did a lot of kind of seasonal work. I went and worked in in Orlando and just world full for you as well. So I did a bit of this kind of traveling around and I came back to jersey eighteen years ago, and I kind of sexual down because it's such a pretty lovely island. You know, you feel like you little cocoon really I hear well. And so how easy is it to travel to be with your clients and d- do much of that. I mean, you're you're doing training and speaking do you jump off Lena where do you connect to? Well, I actually have the business was built nine years ago developed as created the business nine years ago, and I was just really to actually fulfill the needs of that customer service and the measurement of the mystery shopping and not kind of thanks on islands. So. So you know, this couple of other little islands around. The is a so the need was that because otherwise we had to bring people from the UK, and as, you know, different bent different. Territories different cities have different benchmark of different expectations. So when I set the business that was to fulfill a local kind of need a couple of years ago started franchising, the business, and it's how you know, you kind of start growing what you do in different areas. So now, go from China's in Morocco and a franchise in Mumbai. Yes. So it's really quite exciting to high kind of have developed. You know, the the said those kind of services that we we will need in in all the countries so the same module, but then transformed slightly to make it, you know, to that particular country and their particular needs. So let's say, I'm a client. And you think I'm the perfect. Client for you. What will you do for me? If I hire you. Well, I from from what? And for more the book is all about I think now the last couple of years, I've been very very into looking at the environment into the three elements of of of the businesses really an is looking at the environment itself and how the environment of factual Louise and affect usual businesses environment. What you don't mean like, the, you know, the environment outside you're talking about the internal environment, the culture it so the environment itself. So whether it's the workplace all the shop, the retail environment. So whether you will employees is working in how to stop place, how does he feel to what cannot place? So you know, we look at the environment. And we actually I actually do notice of the environment and to actually help the business to make the environmental. Pleasant experience for the employee's. So they want to come and work and that customers will feel happy as well..

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"bosca" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on Amazing Business Radio with Shep Hyken

"Will see clear picture and everything you ever want to know about Claire, but let me tell you really quick brief introduction of her. She's a speaker trainer, and she calls herself. Are you ready for this? I love the word a coach tint like a consultant and coach, but you put them together. And you get you get coach Sultan. It's like trying to pronounce your last name Claire Bosca, Scott. Okay. Coach sultans. And you know, she's known as the busy Queen b. But she also is going to be known for this amazing book that just came out called thriving by caring, and it's really about carrying about your your customers on the inside the people you work with and giving them all fired up. So let's jump into this clear. Welcome to amazing business radio. Thank yay. Thanks for having me. I'm so excited to be to be with you. It's so co and it's cool that we're here. And you know, we we hear the accent. So where you calling from today? Well, I am actually French. I know you sound British though. Well, I've been yes, this is the trait. I've seen leaving on the military Lilan called jazzy which is situated between France and England. And I thought jersey was just south of New York City. Okay. This another one much more much smaller with on the one hundred thousand people in it. And I say south I'm trying to do my geography, I always feel like I'm going south to jersey. But anyway, doesn't matter. So we're going to a little island of about one hundred thousand people it sounds like a wonderful place. It is it's it's beautiful. And it's you know fell in love with it. When I was about eighteen years old and then not traveled around. I did a lot of kind of seasonal work. I went and worked in in Orlando and just world full for you as well. So I did a bit of this kind of traveling around and I came back to jersey eighteen years ago, and I kind of sexual down because it's such a pretty lovely island. You know, you feel like you little cocoon really I hear well. And so how easy is it to travel to be with your clients and d- do much of that. I mean, you're you're doing training and speaking do you jump off Lena where do you connect to? Well, I actually have the business was built nine years ago developed as created the business nine years ago, and I was just really to actually fulfill the needs of that customer service and the measurement of the mystery shopping and not kind of thanks on islands. So. So you know, this couple of other little islands around. The is a so the need was that because otherwise we had to bring people from the UK, and as, you know, different bent different. Territories different cities have different benchmark of different expectations. So when I set the business that was to fulfill a local kind of need a couple of years ago started franchising, the business, and it's how you know, you kind of start growing what you do in different areas. So now, go from China's in Morocco and a franchise in Mumbai. Yes. So it's really quite exciting to high kind of have developed. You know, the the said those kind of services that we we will need in in all the countries so the same module, but then transformed slightly to make it, you know, to that particular country and their particular needs. So let's say, I'm a client. And you think I'm the perfect. Client for you. What will you do for me? If I hire you. Well, I from from what? And for more the book is all about I think now the last couple of years, I've been very very into looking at the environment into the three elements of of of the businesses really an is looking at the environment itself and how the environment of factual Louise and affect usual businesses environment. What you don't mean like, the, you know, the environment outside you're talking about the internal environment, the culture it so the environment itself. So whether it's the workplace all the shop, the retail environment. So whether you will employees is working in how to stop place, how does he feel to what cannot place? So you know, we look at the environment. And we actually I actually do notice of the environment and to actually help the business to make the environmental. Pleasant experience for the employee's. So they want to come and work and that customers will feel happy as well..

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"bosca" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bosca" Discussed on Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

"Journalist Bianca Bosca first encounter Japan's luxury fruit business at an upscale restaurant in Tokyo at the end of a multi course meal, the chef presented desert, which was just a single strawberry sitting very alone on a plate. But from that moment busker was sold on the notion of super fruits that cost a small fortune Bianca. How are you? I'm doing very well. How are you? Thanks so much for having me. I'm good. We're talking about expensive fruits a year ago. I was in Tokyo was in the Takeshimaya basement where they have a big food court. And I saw this melon with this beautiful packaging, and it was twenty two thousand yen was almost you know, one hundred ninety dollars something like that. And I almost fell over in. So you've had a similar experience. So so what's going on? So calling them expensive fruit. I think doesn't even begin to cut it. I mean these bear all but no relation to the fruit that we encounter at the grocery store. They are perfect specimens they're almost like Barbie dolls compared to humans. They're just flawless in every way, I had my first experience with this actually with a single strawberry that I was served and it was like I tasted in color for the first time. I mean, it just blew my mind bore no resemblance to any strawberry ever had. And I had a similar experience to you. I was in the basement of these beautiful Tokyo department stores where a couple of floors down from his George dresses and handbags you would find strawberries on a pedestal, and they would sell maybe five dollars a berry. You can find the best for about five hundred dollars a berry. There are mangoes that go for two thousand seven hundred dollars, which is a total bargain compared to..

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