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Coronavirus Self-care Strategy

Art Beauty

06:10 min | 4 months ago

Coronavirus Self-care Strategy

"Thank you so much Dr Seakor for being with us. You know it's nice to have a nurse practitioner on what what has been your take with all of this cove it. Have you been handling it? Oh, man, I've had to ramp up myself care. It's just kinda crazy out there. I've had to limit my news. Consumption I've had to really ramp up my exercise and just sleep getting more sleep setting alarm for that. It's really challenging. Sleep right now for me is so tough owes up this morning at five am odd because I just I can't sleep and. Yeah and It's funny just today. I'm like a die hard. Andrew Cuomo Tone in love with him. I call him my president. I'm like I said to my husband Mike. You think he's just like. Can We? Just what is the rules to get him on the ballot? Right on the ballot right? Thanks so on real, but other than that I've had to turn off the news, too, because it just yeah. Even the evening talk, it's just overwhelming. I mean we can't lose our hope. Too much of this information you can really lose your hope. And where are you right now? CAPE COD Massachusetts okay. where? where? Where on the Cape right at the Canal so near Plymouth? Okay so on the Cape Cod. Canal is a little shack so to speak called Seafood Chantey. CATES, that's like it's a mazing takeout. It's my favorite. It is incredible. Johnny Academies who went to College, but my dad I would die. Hard grew up McCabe my hotel. In the town of Barnes Omayyad. Liam's is no longer Nassir. Beach no worry. Our close allies just went down there last weekend, and they had to just take the shack down. Because of erosion is just so sad. Oh, that's too bad. Obse string onion rings. Who is? Now I missing McCabe. I love I. It's hard to have a tough day here when you're at the Cape. I love that. We're talking about shoestring onions because we're GONNA. Get right into it. Dr, Seymour I brought you on, because so many of us we are now in the throes of summer. We weren't able to get to the gyms even for places that are opening up, it's not the same. What can we do to drop the quarantine? Fifteen or you know? I came up with this Jingle and it represents the word pandemic, and each letter in in pandemic can be one of your self care steps when I even made a little. A little law. List. WHO IS GONNA sing the Jingle for I. Wish I could in my dreams I sing. Okay Calera user all the pillars of self care and I can take through those yes I would love that. All right so basically what everyone needs to think about is. We are really not trained to ramp up ourselves. CARE will release stressed in fact. The culture basically reinforces that we lose the wheels off our wagon right and we go directly to Ben and Jerry's and chocolate chip cookies. Whatever it is, so you have to really develop a plan and that's like my first step in pandemic. Plan and you have to have a program and you have to figure out how am I gonNA deal with this quarantine. Right. We have to ramp up your self care. Figure out. What am I gonNa do for the week. What am I gonNa do tomorrow and maybe tomorrow I just planned to drink. More water I haven't a match today I. Don't usually match my water, but it can be very powerful. Yeah, our love, and how many of you out? There are starting your day with the large glass of water. Good job. Ryan Job Amber Y- I start my day with a large cup of coffee, not gonNA lie boming well I. I love coffee, too, but I usually start with a large last water in the coffee. Going to help you in a especially if you have any. Can to actually have you sleep disrupted fifteen hours after your last caffeine. So, that's something most people don't know. How I am, that might be well. I do drink two cups of coffee, generally like seven like right when I get up I be lying to the coffee machine and so now I'm drinking them by because I don't drink coffee in the afternoon river because I know that I know that it's like I will be up till know. Chris come home. So that's planning, basically planning is essential. If you fail to prepare, YOU'RE GONNA prepare to fail and a lot of people when they're home. They just feel like they're out of their routine right so that planning also essentially creating a routine for yourself, and for so many people at home right now very chaos, even though it's been a few months now it's still chaos, not going back to the way it was and prior to this whole situation or eating out fifty percent of the time. Now they're not. What are they eating at home? How do you approach that whole situation at home with all those triggers in the cabinets and trigger people? Maybe that you're living like my husband pulls out the Ben and Jerry's at night and sits right next. Meet chomping on it like. Eating my egg whites an hour before I go to sleep. In it. Right now he's trained. I'm very trained and the good thing about training. Good thing about healthy habits is they run themselves most of the time. However, it is more challenging when you have a lot more stress in your life. They don't run themselves as automatically as when stresses lower so I've had to really be attentive to making sure my habits are

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"calera" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:26 min | 4 months ago

"calera" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Of brilliant during the course of this two thousand four season he has been absolutely impeccable out there on the mound the pitch outside one in one remember he did not make this team out of spring training even though he pitched Wally was coming back from the leg surgery a year ago after his rookie season and Mike Lincoln took over his job here's a half swing today go he did Hey it's a called strike this call by the first base umpire Eric Cooper Dan Wheeler warming up in the Astros bullpen a pair of two run home runs the offense tonight for Houston Beltran in the first inning can't in the fourth the one to swing on ground ball sharply hit her right in the second baseman Tony Womack he throws a mom there is one a one year in the seventh inning collateral more than any other thing that he does is his ability to get the first man out that's what's been so important during the course of the season he retired thirty five of the forty one first batters that he would face now it's Jose Vizcaino ten runs eleven hits no errors for the cardinals four runs four hits and one error four used to depict the strike the best going in only use single and runner down he's wanted to you know my grass at third base is rolling and the pitches striking its own to there are a couple of different areas that you could look at going into this series by way of comparison the offenses they almost cancel each other out there both so poke the pitch loan it's wanted to the edge certainly would go to the cardinals bullpen Brad Lidge's did a nice job is the closed but the ability to defend that's the story of the cardinals and their success story the pitch file back off to the left one and two they're the only team in the two thousand four playoffs without an error committed they don't give extra rounds to the opposition they don't give runs to the opposition related ten to four here tonight in game one Calera back with another ground ball back.

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"calera" Discussed on Racing Post

Racing Post

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"calera" Discussed on Racing Post

"Four clear mines to ten to eleven hundred get your nines, and close to even patio Roque, surely be to God. They get the job done this time. We're let. Yeah. I think so. I think it was kind of what it was a wakeup call. They needed I think this this weekend you could see them win flavor six points. Okay. So you'd be pretty strong. You think the learn from the Nador pure against Wicklow too. Yeah. We started off the podcast air few weeks ago. And we talked about is care McGee last year would are my, I think it's definitely O'Neill's last year in there. I think he's kind of ran his cO Orson on whatever he can get them to achieve this year will be a bonus. And I think for for the play group on the population while he's on. Shrugged. Some clubs are I think he needs to begin a stronger on a barium on the pitch weekend. We go. Yeah. Certainly I'd agree with that. So your best bet on the coupon is. And it'll be clear minus two. That's that's date for me. Calera Moina's to ten to eleven I completely agree, and Patty Hearn. Are you going to make it a hat-trick twos? Head to eleven. Yeah. He think so generally the favorites. Learn more from these drawn games if you look back over the years, and, and I think I don't think career any great shakes. I don't think they're going to have a long similar rent, and like that, but I think they they brought Jimmy Highland off the bench last week to, to kick to from place. So he keeps going to start as when the most interesting thing about the thing about this game or just mentioned American. We have site like it can go to a penalty shootout. So that would make me the history. But I think you have to go through an extra time, then two more fight periods of extra time. So it's like it's two hundred and fifty to one the pair, if you went to one of them to qualify independent shudo's, but I think the best way, I think, again, what you find in these reprints high-scoring replaced, the score generally comes down both teams. Learn a lot from us. So we didn't go under thirty four and a half points could be the bashes down here, especially with the weather the way it's like to be that could be go. Bet as well. So we're thinking Calera gonna win. Kobe lower scoring then expected. So now it's time for our best pets of the weekend in the football championship will be to patiarch. Let's hear as everybody is waiting patiently. Your best bet of the weekend is hall Gainey anytime Kerry win fifteen as lovely. Really stuff. Patio heard, I'm going to go Clark to win. And both teams to score golden Karkin Limerick dilemma as excellent. And I would be going for our math to be Kevin at thirteen date with Patty power. I'm Patty her, and we have this special on the website, every week, the G pod podcast, not treble will be enhanced on the potty power site. Is that right? Absolutely efforts OPEL and Herlin area. We've been hence them accident accent stuff. So that's eight for this weekend's football chaff. Join us in park to where we'd be joined by Aidan Fogarty.

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"calera" Discussed on No Ego

No Ego

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"calera" Discussed on No Ego

"Calera and Bernice fly, girl, armor, and. Incredible people doing evolutionary HR work out there syrup Patterson, mice very special Claude silver that she hurt officer banner who has a new baby girl were so happy for Tech's gaming this incredible coach re the Paskevitch I've been coached more the skier, and it's made me better with my stories. So I really took the risk. And you know, what I found out that work is so effortless. Because when I'm at that higher level of consciousness and reaching out. I don't have to figure things out that these people I connect with just point the way, they just show me the next place to go. The next thing the read it really is becoming kind of crazy. It's almost like watching a movie, I'm like, I can't wait to see who pups in my life next because it's been such a glorious year of when I connect into people they have. Incredible gifts from me, and I'm pretty good at giving to others, but it's pretty vulnerable to receive from others. So similarly cool connections, and then I had a goal of connecting with the world, and because I travel I'm not really connected with my Omaha community coming introvert. I don't connect with a lot of friends. I give a lot from my business. But when I go back, and I look at my life Sarim, I burning passion is to give back. I wanted to go into the peace corps after I graduated and help women with micro microlending and really evolving, and I knew that intention was in my heart for as the world would have it. They put me smack into a group. So when I got the Tech's talk, I met the group of my fellow speakers, my two thousand eighteen Tech's speakers, and I was ignited on fire when I met them. And I heard their ideas. I was connected. Into this Omaha community in incredible ways. So while you're outlet, you might Ted suck watch their tuck lacy student works with so many wonderful refugees, many survivors of ISIS profoundly rave and incredible people. And if you meet lacy you can't help but connect us like mandatory issues the most open loving kind person there. So many other folks out there Maya is working with people who age of the foster care system. But he's doing it not as a big agency. But really small numbers big connections. My friend Dan gave his own kidney away. Tim mine in front is of intesting person. Does some art on the side share the story about how he didn't Beck away from connecting with grief and Meg turn the disability into a? Fantastic opportunity for people with epilepsy. Bobby Brumfield is amazing. He's connecting. So many men in boys in our community to a non violent way to lead and love in. Sure. Missing amount had wonderful music. I could go on and on and on. Oh, one of my favorites. Michelle tells how a hurtful insult led her to start training triathletes who are like eleven and twelve years old who don't originally strike you as triathletes in. So you gotta get out there and watch that. But I'm so grateful for my Ted ex experience because it connected with community. And as I was reading my journals preparing for some of this. I went back to an experience I had with Jose Hobday. She was a nun who was native American and when I remem-. Her I had to Google her and try and find some of her writing because she provided for me the most incredible retreat experience with the different Kansas..

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"calera" Discussed on The Filmcast

The Filmcast

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on The Filmcast

"I haven't looked like how this all started, but what a, what a domestic thing that's where we are as a culture now, and some politicians like Marco Rubio and some other people kind of, of course, we're the ones that brought it up. So I do think that that does you know play maybe a little bit of a factor. I also think the movie's really long, so that scares me blow away too. I think even from the. Trailers. You could tell like, it's you could tell. It wasn't like a normal space movie seems almost seems like this is like almost like after school, specially in the way the way it was initially being marketed yon. There's some amazing shots in those early trailers, but there is nothing like super exciting about like what this movie was going to be, and I don't. Maybe people aren't super into hearing about Neil Armstrong's life either at this point. Yeah, yeah. There's a lot going on here, but we were talking about gossiping. I do wanna talk about clarify away and just wear her career is going because she is everywhere. Now, it's kind of fantastic. I didn't care for them to bring back the girl with the dragon tattoo series, but just looking like based on what we're seeing so far from that movie it, it doesn't look as good as inter one, but I definitely wanna see Calera Foy like do some bad ass. Hacker stuff. Yeah. She does look like a really cool choice for that part. Yeah, and she's great in this. She seems so raw and. It looks like she's like not wearing makeup and just feels very stripped down and open and rods. It's quite a performance. Yeah. I also this is kind of a little nitpick, but I could tell her kind of Queen dialect sneaking talked. She almost talked like the Queen. If she had an American accent. If that makes mannerisms, which is known octa her, it was probably intentional. But I mean, once you're the Queen, you're always the Queen. Yeah, I'm sure it's a hard roll to shake too. I know we talked about the I max stuff, but I think it bears talking about specifically here in spoilers there is they, they hold it in. Hold it in hold, wait and wait and wait. I was sitting there in that massive. I max theater through two hours open the fray that two hours going. Okay. When's it's going to have we've we've been, we've been in the upper atmosphere. We've been, you know, we've been into these really epic moments. These really crazy intense moments and yet you haven't done it. You haven't done it. And of course the the shot that does it is this incredible first person perspective of opening the hatch out onto the moon, and the camera literally goes through the passage and then opens up full frame. And I've never seen a movie as conscious of that moment. As this one, you know, you see the the, the Batman movies in even the emission possum movies. They are aware of when to use it and they'll pop in pop out in. It'll have great. Checked, but this movie like points at it and says, we're, we're bringing you into the I max moment right now, and it's such a cool thing to do. It's super cool new either interstellar NYMEX. Yes, yes. I find Mexican and almost threw up like a million times. I think I think that movie used the perspective maybe a little better, but it was also going deep space in do the going to wormhole you know, it's very a very different right yet. This movie says, this is a tremendous moment here it is. You've stepped out. This is how it must have felt overwhelming, huge. You know your tiny, it's vast, but it also isn't Connectik or crazy. It's just like, look at how big this is, and let's just sit here and soak it in and feel the immensity of the moment. And I think that's a really kind of different way to use. I'm actually movies use Macs to sort of, you know, heightened something that's already heightened. And this is a moment where it's just like we're just gonna sit here and let it all soak into you while you're invalid by this massive screen. Yeah, for sure. Anyway, I would highly recommend anybody if you have a chance, especially if you have an actual real, I Mak screen in your, you know, general vicinity is worth if you're gonna see this movie. It is worth that moment. Foreshore quite quite something, but I man..

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"calera" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on On The Media

"On voter, purges it documented, sixteen million voters removed from the rolls between twenty fourteen and twenty sixteen almost four million more than were removed between two thousand six and two thousand and eight and the areas with the most dramatic culling exactly the rage. that until twenty thirteen were so historically unfair to eligible black voters that the Voting Rights Act subjected them to pre clearance from the Justice department. Pre cleared means that any changes that that state or that county were going to make in the voting laws had to be okayed, but the US department of Justice or the federal courts before that change was made. Carol Anderson is a professor of history at Emory University and author of one person no vote how voter suppression is destroying our democracy. She says that the previous law, the nineteen fifty seven Civil Rights Act had been insufficient to deal with the disenfranchisement of black voters in the south. By the time that the US was fighting the Nazis. Only three percent of African American adults were registered to vote in the south. These states implemented new laws, new purges and the Civil Rights Act couldn't deal with it. The Voting Rights Act could because of pre-clearance because the states could not implemental law then run elections based on disfranchised -ment, half politicians who had been elected because of disfranchised who were crafting new disfranchised laws, the Voting Rights Act really short at that. These jurisdictions had been caught red handed and were required to pass federal muster before, enforcing any of these rules intended to suppress the vote, which they claimed was an onerous burden. And by the twenty first century, no longer necessary because they've cleaned up their act and in Shelby county versus holder. The supreme court agreed with them. The county commissioners and Shelby county, Alabama had begun an exciting, vast parcels of land around Calera city all of this without getting pre cleared by the department of Justice. So they're violating federal law. There had been one. On loan black city councilmen in Calera city. The lone black Sleman moved from a district where he was going to get elected to a district where over seventy percent of the residents had voted against Barack Obama in the next election after all of this redistricting Calera city, no longer even had one black councilman and Justice department sued Shelby county saying it was in violation of the pre clearance requirements in devoting Rights Act and the US supreme court with chief Justice. John Roberts, writing an opinion of for a five, four decision said that one racism was no longer the kind of prevalent force that it had been that gave rise to the need for the Voting Rights Act. He pointed to black elected officials, Hispanic elected officials. The increase in black voter turn out and he said, so it's clear that racism is just not. Operating in the United States, at least not at that kind of high level. He said that the Voting Rights Act didn't take into account the changing dynamics of America. Let's say that the Robert five four majority was case of premature recalculation about the level of racism in the electoral process comes now, the Brennan numbers which shows that the voter purges suppressing. The black vote is highest in precisely the places where the court decision let these jurisdictions off the hook. Another words they went right back to their former practices. You hit it head on. We had every indication of this. We had Alabama in two thousand eleven that passed a voter ID law. Now when Alabama was working on this law, the Republicans recorded themselves talking and they said, we need to figure out how to. Depress the black voter turn out and then all of the racism pours out, you're going to have all of these aborigines in these illiterates getting on these HUD financed buses in going to the polls. And so they crafted a voter ID law of targeted at African Americans to depress the vote. But that was in two thousand eleven before Shelby county v holder immediately after Shelby county v holder, boom, Alabama begins to implement that law the same with Texas. And so these states were just poised. They had these laws drafted ready to go. And the purging was a key piece of it. Here in Georgia are secretary of state, Brian Kemp who's now running for governor has a program called exact match..

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"calera" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"And they didn't understand that like Indian is not Muslim? No, that was not not even on the different countries like married that nuance, a country in two thousand one thousand one, but especially in the south. Yeah. Damn Texas. Right? And then I remember I got my wife. Best friend was driving. We're driving to Saint Louis Calera, Oklahoma, a cop, pulled us over, took him out of the car. And then he started questioning me in the passenger seat about whether or not I had drugs in the car, whatever all this stuff. And this was at the time there was a PSA that said, basically, if you buy drugs, you're helping fund terrorism. Whoa. That was going on. I was in eighth grade when on eleven happens. I'm a little older, but they were saying that, like if you buy drugs you fund terrorism and then six months later, this cop is my white friends, breaking four laws. No, he had no shoes on, which I think was illegal. He didn't have any legal. It's a hundred percent of legal to drive their speeding didn't have required glasses on him out and then questioned me, yes, to be driving any flack for any of that shit. He just he said him in the police car and then was like, why is your friend so nervous and to my two shots Peter to my best friend's credit. He had my back. He goes, he knows what you're doing. Man. He knows what he is like, he understands what's happening. That's why he's nervous. And I will always admire him to this day for that because it would have been easy to be like, oh yeah, I'll talk to him right in the middle of nowhere and Oklahoma. Yeah. And that moment was like a real, like I was angry for a loan that I would imagine that would really that really fuck it fury me and I can't, yeah, angry while the cop was doing it because you recognize what was that? I. I was just thinking if I act this weird thought, but I was I, I was defiant and I was like, I almost got other cars, like search the Carmen, and then I'm like, oh, you know what? Maybe if I nervous, you'll feel bad for what he's doing, and he will not get my friend a ticket. I understand that didn't work at all suspicious, but I remember that. And then I was angry for a while and I was real like racist for a while like jokes, whatever. And because that was the moment I realized you are never going, always going to be different. But the good thing that came out of that is eventually grow up and you learn people or people in their shitty ones. Good ones every, but also I was like, you are from a place that you have to embrace learn to. And then as I started to embrace it, I was like, oh, this is a beautiful culture. Any culture? A lot of the year, then that's when I got more and more. I think I overcompensated early on being like super, super militant, but now I'm still like incredibly proud of it. And my thought is I wanna have Indian children. Yeah, because if I had any other option and the world is changing, so maybe this is antiquated thinking, but. Growing up in Texas back then if I had any option to embrace another culture, I would've I would've gone didn't culture. I did full Indio. Yeah. Exactly such a baseless reason to to to get on somebody or to bully somebody and it was, and it was a fucked up. But in the end, I'm thankful for all the racism because eventually I had to confront my culture and learn. This is a beautiful place you're from with a lot. A lot of beauty in it and you should embrace it when your girlfriend can share that together and we and I love that we share that. I love that. Like, you know, she says, Bonnie, which means water and they give me Bonnie. Just love little things like that. We share that. Yeah, I don't have to explain anything and she gets it and I get it. And I just I really valuable part partnership. Oh, you guys are fucking cute. Oh, thank you. Thank God, happy. Twisted. The fights are Indians are also crazy. So the fights crazy really Italians on Italian. I love Italy. We're like a town. Wow..

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"calera" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Scary Yeah. So that's, on WCBS eight eighty tonight six? Oh five starts go Yankees another miserable day for. Their offense still had a golden opportunity in the ninth, down two basis Chuck no one out Kevin. Cash goes to twenty nine year old left-handed rookie Adam Calera you left you to bird Pitches. Swung on and popped up foul off third up near the. Tabby, dug. Up makes again one one out Johnson Yeah he is surprised it's a little Really last year Hi is he not? On the Mets I'm jealous Nine year. Old rookie only have twenty six and twenty seven. Nine sheriff is number is in the sixties though I didn't catch that kind, of. Like. Those, men pitching six AM close enough right good brief deflating it bad from bird. Gardner enroll mind follow, which strikeout the Yanks get nothing lose the game three to one and the series to the raise, two games to one Burto for four, hitting two. Eleven nine, homers across sixty seven games Aaron Boone once again kind of tiptoeing. Around some light criticism for. One of his play we're just not seeing these I would say. The, explosion right now when he impacts? The ball Trying too, hard I'm. Sorry yeah, I know it's going to sound worse when they're losing and whatnot. It's kind of like it. Did with Mickey Calloway early I guess if what does it mean Did. You not hitting the ball hard yeah If I, could talk Aaron Boone off the air candidly I, guess the first question and ask them is what do you think would happen to a player if you were? Honest about his performance in a.

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"calera" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Town, fair tire studio powered by town. Fair tire. Nobody beats town. Fair tire. Nobody we're here for another hour because it was a day game today won the Yankees lost. You get all the details. Now. WFAN WFAN FM New York, six o'clock. Here's the update. Thanks Mike and it was a disappointing ending to another series with the. Race for the Yankees beloved. He. Deals struck about swinging high, fastball ballgame. Over Tampa win Well the Yankees. Really, had their chance bases loaded no one pop up strikeout strikeout and Tampa wins the game three to one and wins, the series two games to. One John sterling the call on the fan as he alluded to the Antes down three. One in the bottom of the ninth loaded the bases against Sergio Romo then Adam Calera came in and the Yanks couldn't even play to run Masahiro Tanaka allowed. Two runs on nine hits over six takes the loss to drop tonight and four and the Yankees finished the game one for eleven with runners in scoring position they're one. For, twenty in that category over the past two games and now seven. And eight against Tampa this year two and seven in their last nine games against them. Meanwhile the Mets are up fifteen to four on the Phillies in. Game one of a double header. From citizens Bank park in the, bottom of the fifth Mets offense has exploded over the past two, days scoring a, combined thirty one runs thus far. And game, two will follow right after Stephen Matt's against AC eflin by the way in game one. Amid Rosario three for four a lead off Homer and, three RBI jet second preseason game of, the year after a week. Of practice is what the Redskins they'll play them at FedEx field Sam darnold expected to. Certainly get significant playing time even start Pittsburgh post gazette reports Ben Rothlisberger out of the concussion protocol after being placed in it yesterday the global foundation for first. Responders will be hosting their inaugural blue and red tie gala on Thursday September twentieth twenty eighteen at the curtain on.

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"calera" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Okay but now it's like it's cool to be different so it claire would be on top holy you were saying that like twenty one jump straight yeah i was dying by the way you guys like the way that this happened is funny so you know from inception calera wrote in the morning until six weeks but group when we spoke about the movie the clique which we do often because it's great film and she was eleven she was like i was in the movie and we're like wait and they go to her face page on my that's co chair i was like truly you don't understand i was i just quit i just had a job and i just quit and i was like in line at starbucks getting my bosses coffee and you guys were like massie block i was like oh my god this is my chance i have to say something i have to tell them so yeah and if you're not in the toasters group like what are you doing i couldn't agree more who do you you brought some behind the scenes photos that will roll for you just picks of the gals just hanging out on that so it was only shot kristen massey dylan dylan dylan and dylan aid zone to you were all like dylan i don't know why didn't i should i would have been great in the move you shoulda i like that maybe if we make a unit version and all the blonde girl the one whose mom thought she was a nerd but then she would change she was dizzy certa she she on good luck charlie yeah frigid that's so crazy and liz was into but she wasn't part of the corcoran she was as as you guys i know you guys are fans she's the coolest oh she was she was literally don't tolerate any she wouldn't so nice and so cool and like definitely a toaster and so gorgeous and like not what you would expect she's kind of like intimidating yang yeah and she's literally like the nicest coolest girl she also would have been good for massey she going great yeah so when you went to go watch the click last night where did you watch it do you have.

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"calera" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Yeah i guess stopped by train car won't start the dog needs to go out to train thing i could believe if you lived in calera now the train thing actually did happen one time it really and truly did i was coming down shades crafts ross bridge area thought i'd take a a shortcut and i mean i am making great time i turn over there kind of by hobby valley golf course going down in the spalding escudo west oxmoor area shannon valley oxmoor valley whatever it's called and there's a train i mean it's not just passing it stopped that's calera every day well one time i'm over i wanna sound first avenue i avenue north i believe it was trying to make boy over to avondale and there's a set of tracks over they're kind of like forty first street and all of a sudden here comes the train all right train passes i start to move but there's like six or seven tracks right there maybe four or five it's a lot anyway the train passes i move forward to come to train another direction and then trained behind me and tastes something it's eerie is when you are on railroad tracks with the train in front and a trained behind and thinking i am going to die that's a looney tunes episode right there yeah it really truly is for the the front train fund out of the way and you know i was on my way and made it over to a post office pies or whatever it was meant to get a pizza but so how good evening yeah yeah good quiet quiet okay good all right watch seven.

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"calera" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Oh so they just bring in this pattern on the day of their wedding cut the girl and then there's this huge celebration of exchange of diary and people coming to eat and dance your wedding and the girl walks to new home bleeding the next day yesterday leave the family for another new life and i don't imagine that these men are patient enough to even wait i mean these girls have just been cut and already injured and then there yeah so what happens is basically they give them like a few weeks maximum a month to he'll he'll okay but then there's always this myth of may because of the young age of the girls that married spokespeople assume like our maybe they take them in and then they let them grow but it's not true they just take them in and make them wives immediately so it's not because if they wanted them to grow leave them at their parents homes right let me go to school has but now they done they just taking them email everybody thinks it's fine because our great grandparents got married at that age and it's fine and it's you know so they just want to keep the culture going not understanding what women and girls are really going through and of course the things also the the fact that these things have had on the gulf and women the communities of also thought it's okay it's no more natural just like ticketing and the momentum educate them on these issues and then its downs on them that it's really like it's it's all these women to suffer and things that have been imagining that it's no while we were having a fantastic conversation with dr josephine calera she works with girls and rescue them from childhood marriage as well as female genital mutilation because this is prerecorded there are no called will be taken today however we would still love to hear from you just to say how you enjoyed the show and what she thought about the conversation so you can give us a call at six zero eight two five six two zero zero.

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"calera" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"That starts you start with something small and you know if the great idea which this is it's different no one else has really offering that so and then it blows up and then you're having to take your summers off racing to manage this you'll mazing thing you have going on which you'll never do maybe that's the retirement plan but the good thing i think about it is the nobody has a dollar number it's all one on one the whole point is to connect coaches declines and everything they do off the site is up to them so the initial i don't make any money off the client is no there's no service fears commission the coaches advertise and what the discuss off the site and how many daisy wanna do is totally up to them and we'll be back to wrap things up with ryan dl after this on the downunder de radio show powered by polaris razor schreider jim beaver irish trophy trucks professionally hosted down thirty radio show and also travel the country announcing motor sports events i've seen it all and trust me i've done most of it so when it comes time to relax on the weekend nothing is better than taking time when my family in our razor vehicles they've got the reliability i need to just pick up and go explore the desert dunes or trail and have the capability to attack even the harshest train if you're looking for some of the most reliable and safest and hands down most capable opera machines in the world look no further than polaris in their ward winning lineup of razor vehicles what do you want your daughter experience auto driving for the first time in a razor one seventy like me take the entire family out in a razor x p four one thousand on the weekend or shred the desert dunes in the all new razor x p one thousand bucks dish in calera as you handle take my advice join me and some of the best drivers in the world by driving polaris razor check out the full police razor lineup polar dot com or follow them on facebook instagram and twitter.

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"calera" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on WJR 760

"You can only go seventy miles an hour in most places or fifty five within the city they're always restrictions on us aren't there well yeah there's restrictions frankly i guess what i'm saying is you know if we if we take this extra step and we say well you know we're giving it to homeless people on the presumption is that homeless people aren't fit to own firearms because they don't have a dwelling and maybe there you know have mental challenges or whatever the question really comes down to who's going to make that determination i think we still need to leave it for long guns they've already reached it with handguns you've gotta go and get you know a background check for anybody that you're gonna either transfer ourselves a handgun to and i think we need to leave the long guns alone as far as first of all like you aptly pointed out the long guns are not a big problem when you look at it they demonize long guns but they really when you look at this they don't represent a you know a huge problem as far as killing or mass shootings excuse me and when you go further and you say okay now we're gonna have to have everybody that transfers a gun whether it's a long gun or a pistol go through the government i think that's going to be the beginning of the end when we do have you know people in government that decided they want to go out and start skating look i i get your concerns but on the other hand that's why we have a government that's duly elected by the people is you know we make the choice of who we sanded if they don't make decisions with which we agree we replace them so that's that's the other part of that at any rate i've gotta go we're running against the clock here thanks frank jim april is michigan student athlete cardiac awareness month michigan parents have lost more than seventy of their sons daughters to sudden cardiac arrest in our michigan schools in recent years i'm randy calera and i'm the president of the kimberley gallery foundation one of those was our fifteen year old daughter kimberly please contact the principles of the schools that your kids or grandkids attend at ask if the school has received the my heart save school designation from the michigan department of health and human services the designation is awarded after the school has demonstrated that it is prepared.

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"calera" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Okay thirty five forty minutes and dinnertime yeah yeah good i come all the way to huntsville to get my chops busted it's just fun madison hazel green maybe your outdoor janice down around calera wherever you may very well be able to get this signal certainly right there are downtown city of license cullman alabama if you have an event go to one zero one w i d e dot com let us know and we'll do everything in our power to come out and hang out you guys all we ask.

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"calera" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

The Down and Dirty Show

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show

"Schreider jim beaver irish trophy trucks professionally hosted down thirty radio show and also travel the country announcing motor sports events i've seen it all and trust me i've done most of it so when it comes time to relax on the weekend nothing is better than taking time with my family in our razor vehicles they've got the reliability i need to just pick up and go explore the desert dunes or trail and have the capability to attack even the harshest train if you're looking for some of the most reliable and safest and hands down most capable off road machines in the world look no further than polaris in their ward winning lineup of razor vehicles what do you want your daughter experience opera driving for the first time in a razor one seventy like me take the entire family out in a razor x p four one thousand on the weekend are shred the desert dunes in the all new razor x p one thousand fox dish in calera as you handle take my advice join me and some of the best drivers in the world by driving polaris razor check out the full police razor lineup polar dot com or follow them on facebook instagram and twitter at polaris razor your life demands a tire the provides durability comfort and performance and that's what general tire delivers for you from the all season grip of the grammar you hp to the comfort and on road manners of grabber ats to the durability and offer attraction of the grabber at to general has tire that will help get you where you need to go so let us take you on your next big adventure tweet us at general tire hashtag anywheres possible because with general tire anywhere is possible.

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"calera" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"calera" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Us but a lot ways that we can stay connected to our men and women in the field as we have yet another holiday inn is kind of weird to talk about connecting with the troops in the field when we're talking about the impending visit of valentine's day but it's simply a matter of making certain that those men and women that are away from family away from friends that they are in fact feel connected at pat the patriotic umbilical stretches all the way into the middle east right here in alabama and of course that i'd states as a whole so send is going to come in talk to us a little bit about any soldier dot com and we'll get to that some time in the eight o'clock hour several other stories going on cops may bring in cadaver dogs the search for possible remains of be the more children at the home in california very weird story from ray here in the birmingham metro area down around calera two jury this one now all yeah oh man well it's a battle secret life hm police are investigating the murder of a woman down around calera not to varvarin dad's house as a matter of fact she was a uae even mother and also um apparently she had a uh a secondary online profile that slots just say a bid on the promiscuous side kept this from family kept the from friends her name is kathleen west and she was found dead early on january thirteen this just been reported outside of her home in the community of clear up she was just a forty two years of age this story is continuing to unfold but on facebook apparently she called herself a fulltime wife and mother aside from selfie ease the page also showed images of her with her daughter photos of her wedding said said rob by apparently apparently she had a second profile.

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"calera" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"calera" Discussed on WRVA

"Calera calls yet none of that star observers used to make a person to person collect call to beat the toll ya go if i just wanted to let you know i was home safe i would call you eleven minutes virgin the church bright and i'd say is glenn beck there whose calling steve jones and grandma would pick up the phone and should say i'm sorry glenn is not here okay thank you click i'm sorry why mob worked for michigan bell for forty years i can remember going into the building to make log distance calls because those were free the free longdistance calls the build it's amazing someone in your family had a job yeah we get free calls military wedding we tell you dealers bonsor this f hours simply safe this is how good things become when you just let the free market work let me tell you a story about an entrepreneur he's in school i think he's at mit and he's up you know in cambridge and the latter years of school and everybody's living in a row house and these this neighborhood starts to be burglarized while here he's a he's an engineer and so nobody can put a burglar alarm into the house because you have to have it all wired you're not going to live there that long you can sign a fiveyear lease blah blah blah the the places that they're renting the the owners are not gonna put a burglar alarm in that house so they have no way to protect any valuables so he as an engineer he's thinking there's got to be a better way there's got to be awaken out my friends so he comes up with an idea of a wireless burglar alarm one that would measure the the sound of glass breaking one that would have a smoke detector one that would just alert them to the door is open that's how it i started what happens now years later because it's swept because there was a need for it it's swept through all of his friends he thought i think i have a.

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