23 Burst results for "Catania"

"catania" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"catania" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Powerful. It's silly how it can be such a small thing. And i'll feel like look what you've just accomplished and it's usually the other person is like fine with it but i get so so worked up about it and one of the big things which i also talked about it on a monday. Mini recently is food. Because i want people to eat things and enjoy things and i feel like if i say no. They won't do it and i want them to do it. It's all say yes. But recently this past weekend i did. I had a couple of instances of lope. Thank you thank you. And i know it sounds so silly but it is like it. Is that whole that. I've really been harping on at least recently of being mindful about why you do things and what you want and will say that. It was easier for a lot of reasons. It's easier for a lot of obvious reasons to do it or more than friends and around food especially when there had been so much food. So i was like legitimately full. But i'm hoping that this will expand to other things and also just again being able to say yes and believe it like right. Also that i want it and again a lot of things i say yes you do ultimately want to do. It's just that is that moment of indecision and not knowing for sure and just going along with it where i was. I wanna be like yes. You do want to do this. Yes are no you don't and it sounds so basic but it is very dangerous when it comes to things like sexual assault or knowing what you wanna relationship. It's just something. I really really struggled with because it was always about the other person for me and feeling guilty about not doing what they want. And that's just not a place to make healthy decisions trum. I also yeah. I do wish. I do wish that i i had learned that at a younger age. That was okay. And also that i didn't 'cause i mean people are you know i will say no if there's something i really don't wanna do i'll be like no but it almost has to become such a over the top thing whereas i want to be able to just be like well. I have to make it a big ordeal and then people are like. Why are you making a big ordeal. Like i don't know. I don't want to really doesn't wanna play the game catania. All this.

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"catania" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"catania" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"See without her. Yeah a sense goodnight. Everybody tune in next time. Remember if guy hello everybody s wanna let you know that southgate media group has its own patriot. That's right for five dollars a month. You can get exclusive show's content and interviews with the different podcasters network this week. Indeed is a patron exclusive only series. So check it out go. Www dot patriots dot com slash southgate. Meager we are always adding new content. If you want to help out this show in any other show on southgate media group and you really don't have the extra money to do so check this out. Good a southgate. Megrim dot com at the top. There's a link to amazon. Click that log into your amazon shop by like normal and part of the money that you spend gums back to us to help us with our podcast krypton. Report is part of the southgate. Weedy group network a podcast. If you haven't interest checkout southgate media group to see if your podcast is there. I bet it is at the salk Group website. you can sign up for our newsletter. You'll get info on all the shows and you can find what one you'll also find links to our sponsors where you can get great products and support the podcast. Also our book pod life podcasting stories a great check it out. It's nice to hear what people come from. Why they do what they do. If you're like me and you love. Listen to different podcasts. About superman i have a few that i want you to check out. Some of my favorite are the lessons of krypton connor and rare always reviewing different books. And it's really nice and refreshing to kind of dig back into older stuff. The aspiring catania tasmanian her team or always finding interesting people to interview digging for kryptonite is one of my favorite ones. Listen to as anthony digs into different errors of the character. There's always the always what onto smallville which guessed it on before if you're wanting to step back into that nostalgia around so checkout always in there many many more check out our twitter because we're constantly finding new podcast that inspire bring folk to everyone..

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"catania" Discussed on Was jetzt?

Was jetzt?

05:02 min | 5 months ago

"catania" Discussed on Was jetzt?

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"catania" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

Buddhist Society of Western Australia

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"catania" Discussed on Buddhist Society of Western Australia

"I get the feeling of To feelings evening You have more even rounded. Maybe questions not well personally. I think one of the doing you'll talk one of these things which are snuck into the meditation eh. That you might have noticed. Was that gift. Thank you for being in my life. There's a little thing. There's a quality in buddhism which we don't talk about very often and we don't find it in tex- often even know the buddhist said. It was very important because to talk about. It can condescend with the tacky. It can kind of him you know. We can abuse the situation a power trip so it's a quality. That's very important that it's called catania in the polly. This kind of this gratitude. The gratitude for thank you for being in my life. Thank you to the world for being in my life. I wish you happiness in the world and that particular quality seldom mentioned in the tax but the buddha himself says it's very rare quality in the world because of course you can easily imagine that. Oh you guys should be grateful it can easily become exploitative and misuse way so this kind of subtle quality comes in is something that we use more in private because it becomes nothing then we you know we can't talk about it so often but these that's the thing with a lot of these qualities is that they are something more internal that they can come out because once we have that inside. This is the thing that i mentioned before that the outside is often a reflection of the inside. One of the things we often find with. People who abuse others is that often abusing themselves. They attack the innocent because they're attacking themselves they destroyed the beautiful in the world because ugly inside and so painful inside so inside. That's what we have to start and then it changes from outside and that's really really important so there's lots of little qualities which help sort of this whole scheme of the buddhist practice which a very soft very gentle very slow development because we try to go to foster to buddhism we really try and targeted and achieve results and feel pressure that we need to achieve results. Which is even worse was gonna go to. It's just going to destroy everything basically because we're not gonna develop any qualities. We're just going to be trying to force ourselves into a situation where it's not beneficial and we just great tension and misery and we just don't wanna metal practice anything anymore. It's it's it's bizarre. But that's what's happened. Because i it's an easy way to teach but also the problem is that we aren't often ready to make that adventure sometimes as firewalls a too strong. We don't want to go inside because sometimes it is the ugly inside and hurts sometimes for some people. It's easy for some people that have difficulties. They they have to face and we have all these files to say. No not going there so we need this practice to soften is we need to admit that they're there and they sometimes a very good reasons that we'll keep for people who've been abused and have been through terrible traumas and all kinds of things. That's what keeps their. Life together is by suppressing all this. But that's the problem. Is that if you suppress that at the end you just going to be a prisoner to it. So it's it's an adventure for sure but it's basically it's that giving that gift yourself that inner strength that you can do this and that it is worth doing. It is the greatest gift. So i don't know if that that helps that. That might be interesting. Beautiful.

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"catania" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:39 min | 6 months ago

"catania" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"catania" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"catania" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"He was the first in New York with fractionated Brain radiosurgery, and he's the first in America and in the Western Hemisphere with body radiosurgery. You can also call Dr Lieberman in two in two choices for a free, informative booklet and DVD. Hey, Dr Lederman were back. We are back. This is Dr Liederman. We're talking about a 69 year old man who came in He single without Children is high blood pressure and cholesterol and he had blood in the urine. So we talked about it A lot. Blood is a warning sign. Had blood in the urine he was seen by his doctor is Dr set him to urologist is a surgeon who specializes In the urinary system. He had a cat scan and he had siestas Capi, So they did everything proper. And then they found a mass in the kidney, and it was thought to be a kidney cancer. And the surgeon wanted to remove the kidney. And the patient doesn't want his kidney removed. He's 100 and £98 Samos two years ago, his weight is stable aside is 5 ft. 10. He's not a smoker. He's never been around smokers. And that's important because smoking is often the cause of kidney cancer. So I examined him and this exam was normally has the most probable kidney cancer because the scan so a solid mass Insurgent wanted just to cut out the kidney. He came here for a second opinion, and we talked about all the options, he said. Well, I said the surgeon can cut out if he wants. If you want that. We try to be more logical here. We tried to get buy up season. We all forget biopsies of the kidney. Mass. To prove I often see people probably 10% of people who have kidney masses are not cancerous, and I just saw another man this week who had his kidney removed at one of the big hospitals. For not cancer, and he's really upset that he lost his kidney for no reason. Well, that's why we try to be logical and do a biopsy is it's an easy, simple, safe, painless procedure. To Catania Little needle and suck out themselves and get an answer. That's the work we do, and I offered him to do a biopsy offered him all the options whether it's removing the kidney, if that's what he wants. Most people come to me want to try to save their life and saved their kidney and not throw their kidney in a bucket. They understand of the throw the kicking kidney in a bucket. They'll never have that kidney functioning again. It's something God gave them. And most people would rather have not invasive treatments saved their life saved their kidney, avoid surgery before the cutting, the bleeding,.

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"catania" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"catania" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"I don't know about you, but I like my eight hours sleep each. I'm really, really passionate about sleep, and I've made a Ah turn in my life in the past. So when I went on vacation, we had such great nights of sleep in the different places we stayed. Then when we got back home, we said, What do we have to do to make our bed is comfy. As as those other places that we were so within the past week, we've got new pillows, new mattress topper new blankets, and I'm really trying to get my sleep to be his comfy and cozy and good as possible. Do you have any secrets? Do you have any secrets like do you put on a little pink? I don't know. If you know this task in pink noises, a thing, not just white noise. There's something called pink noise and brown noise. I love pink. And and by the way, John, I'd be honored to sleep with you any time. I would love that. Sometimes. You know, I do like the white noise. I like the box fan. I'm a box fan guy. I'm a fan of the box fan, you know? And John, I don't know if you recall this, but early on and covert. I called up one of the show's butt naked out in my front yard. All that moment, you know, I think of you butt naked often, so it's hard for me to toe entered, you know, interject, which one is real and which one is just made up my mind, but it's That's right. No, no, I was but make micro cover your ears for a second. I was butt naked on my lawn. Getting that vitamin D I love the day absolutely loved to be. And you know, I can't stress this enough if you're stuck inside all the time with no natural light, the best source of which comes from the sun. You know, we know about sad seasonal depression, whatever. It's called of that certain parts of the country have during certain times of the year from knocking out another contributing factor to this, So, yeah, I just hope people take a holistic approach in dealing with this and unattended consequences. By the way, vitamin D, one of the best anti oxidants antiviral things you can do. It's gonna fight off illness and lead to overall well being. It's a win win. Bob. That sounds beautiful. I I we need to get back to I remember before the Rhona and all the news being sad that there was a big, you know, discussion about getting that that sun on your B H. And I think that maybe if we were prescribing that and just kind of telling people on the nightly news, if you could do it safely get some sun on your B H. I think that all around, we'd be better, you know, physically and mentally in this country. You only need about an hour, so don't go beyond that. Because you can get a really bad B h sunburn. And there's nothing worse than that. Yeah, Yeah, that That sounds bad. But if you need somebody to apply Allah for you, you know, I got your back Tuscan. You're very in the know when it comes to health crazes and things that are good for your body. And you know you talk to doctors. Every Saturday on the weekly checkup has any have any of the doctors brought up sunning your B h in and whether or not that would be good for you during this time? Unfortunately, we havin a delved into that topic, so What vitamin D Overall, Everybody should be getting some Yeah, I agree. 7275791251 807 711025 another local story that could that is just oozing with Florida Vibes of Florida woman is behind bars for allegedly attacking her 69 year old boyfriend after he refused to perform a sex act on her, according to police. According to the cops. Catania Jordan She's 46 was arrested following a 3 A.m. disturbance inside the Largo resident she shares with the victim who was her long time boyfriend. The man told police he had been arguing with Jordan in reference to the defendant's smoking crack. Which you know that's that's gonna be. That's gonna be a sticking point relationship. If your significant other smoking crack and you don't you don't want them to Jordan, the man charged was high and began yelling at him to perform oral sex. The victim, however, declined Jordan's request, prompting her to allegedly hit him and scratch him. He sustained multiple small lacerations, which appeared have been caused by fingernails. A witness did corroborate the eyewitness confrontation. I wanted to use this to kind of a jumping off point for a bigger conversation. Being on this show has taught me There are a lot of women out there. I think there's an age old kind of Urban legend that you know the man is the one who was always going to want sex from being on the show. I'm learning. There are a lot of women out there who aren't getting it win or as much as they would like. Now, if you have been a fall on either side of that, if you're a man who can't keep up with your woman, you don't know what to do. Or if you're a woman who wishes you were getting Mohr. I would love to hear from you, 7 to 75791 or 25. Or 1, 807 71125. Obviously this a completely different situation when you've got cracked going on, and you've got you know this woman demanding sex acts, it becomes a little different, But underneath all of that there is the basic need and want for sexual attention. She didn't get it, so she You know, she kind of she kind of flew off the handle, and she was high on crack so well, that definitely factors in that might explain the aggression. But in regards like the topic of like that misconception, maybe that women don't want sex as much. And as they get older, their libido is down. It's actually Typically the opposite, because when you're younger, you have like a ton of testosterone pumping through your veins every single day. And then as you age, naturally, your testosterone decreases, and that's why there's Pills and.

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The US Hits 8 Million Cases Of Covid-19

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

The US Hits 8 Million Cases Of Covid-19

"Million cases of Corona virus Today, With cases on the rise in more than 40 states. Fox's tongue, Ajay Powers has more live. He's a 25 states have already set records for New Cove in 19 cases this month, the Midwest and Northeast, getting the worst of it with new cases doubling in the past four weeks and states like Wisconsin, South Dakota and in Hampshire. Health experts are worried that local hospitals will run out of capacity with an eye toward the onset of cooler weather that could drive people indoors, which could spur virus spread more than 217,000. People in the US have died of covert 19, according to Johns Hopkins, Lisa. Catania, Italy, just

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Italy's Salvini faces possible charges for blocking migrants

WBZ Morning News

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Italy's Salvini faces possible charges for blocking migrants

"Mourning, one of Italy's most controversial politicians will be in court facing charges of kidnapping. The trial of far right league party had Matteo Salvini begins Saturday in the southern city of Catania. He's charged with aggravated kidnapping for last summer, ordering 131 rescued migrants to stay onboard an Italian coast guard ship for six days. He only allowed them to dark here in Italy after other European states agreed to take them in wanted. Wanted. Political observers say he's hoping the attention from the trial will help depict him as a victim and raise political support after disappointing regional elections.

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"catania" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

Pj Alpha Music Podcast

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"catania" Discussed on Pj Alpha Music Podcast

"It's the personal responsibility. You need to say listen. This is this is me and when you go to that you notice how. How how even people were using your. How people were three you most importantly surround in family members. How they they disease you and you get detached from those things and you notice. I was this person. Because i was around. This kind of people in for me happens like that premie happened that i was becoming this person because i was around the by this kind of person detachment so and you know how how we just leave people. Because they're not a valid for me. I it sounds kinda kinda hard is true. I i don't have time to waste. And things are not even Even worthy of my image is even notice. When i was working how i deal with. A lot of. Businesses holiday was conversations not playing the almost of development bound. All sugar bonfire thing. I don't do that. I just go straight to the point and this is what it is. Is it good is about are we. Are we getting into our no does it. can you Can you refer to To station where you find yourself like okay so this is mine. I now can see the difference while i mean even even as we began today Right before i started the job where we met that was. That was just one weekend where i drank just way too much and i finally had enough. I finally was like know what catania you are. Not elevating you know. You say you're on this little spiritual ya path. But it's like you're still you being such a hypocrite. You're you're not doing. The things that are supposed to elevate you mean you're literally and i have. No problem was people drink. I mean you know we drink once in a while not now but you know before but in terms of like you want to heal yourself right but you're still gonna put yourself in the environment which got you sick so for me..

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"catania" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"catania" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"That timeframe they listed soldiers They looked up to you look up to you towards that. And so here is a guy that put his time in the trenches and in motivated himself and Catania group with organization. Setting the example for future and current, you know, soldiers to emulate. Yeah, that's it. Sure you like because they know that I went through what they're doing, right? You know, so they get so to circle back when you transitioning. I recently went through that transition back into 1000 Steen. And so taking that experience and what I had to go through and endure to share that information with those at a transitioning now and to connect with employers have the same dialogue and discussion. To share with the clutch employer. Here's what your value as a military families are bringing to the table. So let's work together to bridge that gap because my job employees to go to the floor. Hey employee, eight What type of skills do you need that you want for your employees? To exemplify. Okay, So my job is director. Okay, let me go find you Those say the scales Look no further than our veterans to fill that void in the interesting part with the training aspect of things. I mean, look at all the different things we had tto learn when we went in. So I think the military service clearly has people that have the ability to learn something that is totally outside the realm of their experience. And yet Learn it to a high level and be able to execute that at a high level. Let's face it. What did you know about weapons before you went into the military? That is because I know you don't know so and you can put up talk about the safety peace associative, too, because another thing that the occupational hazards associated would be on active duty. His off the charge, But we still accomplish the mission. So we utilize risk mitigation in order to maintain the compasses task, but also to maintain safety. Do it safely. Yeah, Safety is is a key element. The military because there are so many dangerous they inherit risk associating with doing that task. Absolutely, and all across the board and I think Employers would really appreciate that. Because somewhere I think we're running up against our first break. Here s O. We just want to say thanks again for coming in and stay tuned folks. Would we have another segment here? Let's go somewhere. We're.

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"catania" Discussed on Brunch

Brunch

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"catania" Discussed on Brunch

"Why? Oh! He's like huge Olympic sky. Oh is he? Wears a baseball hat and every scene. So that's why I can't tell like I. Don't know if I don't know where jvm falls on. Like Major League sports, but he brings Michelle Kwan to the daughter of. The the Dad, who spent a lot of time on the coach. Is. To figure skater. So he's like we're GONNA. Make you more supportive of your daughter. We're going to get you to go to figure skating things and I'm going to give her a private lesson with Michelle Kwan. That's awesome. Guys I feel bad for like the one that I. Remember as the Dude who literally works like sixteen seventeen hours a day. And just like comes home takes a nap and goes to his other job and I feel bad that like they're putting that guy on queer eye, be like. She's together. Hats like fuck man. This guy is literally working eighteen hours a day. You looks like you look gross man, and that's why I really don't especially. Ten like Tanny does not fucking do that. Shit, all and none of them did it for this guy. They were like it's. It's understandable that this guy would not have his shit together and like. His house would be a mess and You know he wouldn't be able to dress himself or take care of himself because he's literally just working around the clock, breath for his family was like okay. That's at least like they're. They're recognizing that and not being like Oh gross. It's disgusting this mess in Your House. You'll know it'd be. Like, the greatest luxury! And I don't know how much this would cost. Be Insane, but. What if You could have. I'm I'm ballpark innocent costing twenty thousand dollars. Maybe more. But. Weekend. With Tan. Like so tan comes and is like your style consultant personal shopper. Whatever t takes you shopping? Two full days in a row, Saturday and Sunday for surely fifteen grant. A Yeah I would. I would say twenty thousand if there's like a cameo resembling that. I'll I'm going to save up for a thousand years and like right before I die. Have ten take a shopping. Donate to our patron, please dude wouldn't wouldn't that be the best? Though and I like that? These jobs exist, but like specifically. I want to be ten like Tan. Has Catania's going dance typically taken them to like banana. Lower Selves Yeah. Very. They're not bringing them to like these high end boutiques. Oh, well never going to be able to go here when you're not here like right, use them how to do it like today or budget to sustainable lifestyle, and I like that a lot. Yeah, yeah! Exactly that he doesn't. He doesn't change them so drastically that the next day. They're just going to throw on the sweatshirt again, you know. There was one Guy Oh i. think I think it was the first episode I saw the fire. The firemen he was wearing a t-shirt underneath all of his shirts, and I was like Oh my God, I order business. Teach this guy. You don't do that, but like that was that guy's style and throughout the episode like when they were trying on clothes and everything. You keep dressing like that and like I. Don't know maybe ten was like this is how this this is. What this guy's comfortable doing all right? Let's a dour around. Yeah, you know. It's I'm gushing right now. How do you think how how much do you think people would pay us to spend a weekend with them in? Guy! Yeah ooh! Oh that'd be really cool. Awesome. Record store and like closed shopping. Build them a house bill? We re to your..

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"catania" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"catania" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Reach you at about that very time. And if you're the winner will give you a call and you pick up the phone. And then you'll get to play on the air with the puzzle editor of The New York Times and Weekend editions Puzzle Master Will Shortz. Thanks so much. Well, thanks a lot. Staying at home. Staying safe. Keeping social distance necessity has led many people to cook for themselves even more and to take some adventures from their own kitchens. Bill Sutherland of Cambridge, England, has been baking sour dough bread almost every day for his family. So we had Lemon yesterday, which is a bit peculiar, but then time two days before that, and sort of fun to front experiment. He's also been busy with some really, really old recipes old like from message. Catania. We're talking, 17 50 BC. There's this wonderful book, the Yale Babylonian collection, including a lot of cure form tablets. And there's one tablet that has 25 recipes on most of which you can't read, but for which in quite good condition, and I thought we quite fun to try them out on the menu. Stew of lamb, Ella might broth, barley cakes and a dish enticingly called unwinding. So that was okay. It was sort of a sort of leaky on uni garlicky mix with crumble on top, which was interesting to taste but strongly recommended it boring. Yeah, well, there's always a dud in Eddie Cooke. Look as Bill Sutherland Well knows he's in charge of cooking at home. He found the message. Catania instructions for stew of lamb, a bit spartan meters used. And that's a ll the description there is for cooking the meat. And then it says, and all of them say this, it says, you prepare water. But does that mean you make a stock or we don't know. We don't know what that means. So Sutherland had to improvise, especially on the recipe for Ella Might. Broth Will sheep's blood is quite difficult to get held off s O. I'm sure I could have done but I decided to make life easier on his two parter source. Which is a massive difference. Overall, Sutherland says his ancient feast turned out to be surprisingly suited to modern tastes. If you went out for a meal, and someone presented those with you with these meals, you wouldn't you wouldn't think that's a really peculiar set of dishes. So They lived well in those times. Sutherland teaches conservation biology at the University of Cambridge, and in these times he's also researching how to prevent future pandemics. Important but heavy stuff making this meal at home and sharing it on Twitter gave him and his followers a welcome diversion. Plus, he's now a big fan of the stew of lamb. He's looking forward to making it for future dinner guests. Barley cakes? Yes, the unwinding Maybe not. And the law might broth. If someone offered me some sheep's blood, I might Well, give it a go..

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"catania" Discussed on Late Night Parents

Late Night Parents

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"catania" Discussed on Late Night Parents

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"catania" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

15:13 min | 1 year ago

"catania" Discussed on JCMS: Author Interviews (Listen and earn CME credit)

"Good and welcome back to JC menace. Author interviews. I'm curt farber. The Chief of the journal Catania's medicine and surgery and a clinical professor of medicine at the University of Calgary. Today we're going to speak with Dr Aaron drucker Aaron is the author of the article comedian burden of skin diseases from one thousand nine hundred ninety two twenty seventeen the results from the global burden of disease 2017 study. I chose the seamy article from our March April. Twenty Twenty edition of the Journal because of the impact that this article can have on influencing our practices perhaps and certainly health policy. I'm very happy that Dr Join us. on the Jason Author Interviews. He's a scientist at the women's College Research Institute.

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"catania" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"catania" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

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A Mother's Love: The Death of Morgan Reid

True Crime Brewery

04:52 min | 2 years ago

A Mother's Love: The Death of Morgan Reid

"Tanya Paxton read grew up in a family of girls her parents wanted and John Saxton settled in Texas XS panhandle in the early nineteen fifties. John worked at the local electric company and Wanda stayed home with her daughters. And there are a few of them. The oldest Saxton Saxton daughter was beverly K. She was followed two years later by Rodeina then a year after that was Leslie and then my must've gotten tired because Catania. The baby was born four years after Leslie took a little break there and then that was the end of it yet. But this is the fifties four kids was not unusual at all. Aw No that wasn't Nanan. Woodley have like six years or so apart something but I'm four girls and six years four children and six years. It's a handful. No doubt absolutely now the three older girls were all lighter. Skinned with blue and green is tiny stood out. She had dark eyes dark hair and a dark complexion. Well I like the Milkman. Is My mother used to say. There is a maternal uncle uncle who was a fan of the lone ranger TV show and he began calling Tanya Tanto. The name of the Lone Ranger's native American sidekick so this nickname apparently caught on Tanya was no family as Tanto throughout her life. Yeah a little. I don't think that would fly today as far as political correctness but back then and that was totally something people did. Yeah of course. I don't think lone ranger would fly very well today either so no now. We'll beverly early K.. was eight years old when her parents brought Tanya home from the hospital and Beverly K of course loved her new baby sister and for a lot of the time she'd become primary caretaker for Tanya Beverly K even called Tanya her real live baby doll and just two months after Tanya's birth wander wander. The mother was hospitalized for appendicitis. which you know was a bigger deal back then? There was some hospitalization for several days and she had to rest and John of course had to work so beverly K took over pretty much all of the responsibilities of caring for her baby sister. Tanya in over the years of Tania's Childhood Childhood Wanda had multiple health problems. And I only bring these up because I think it could have affected the way that Tanya turned out unfortunately in a bad away Wanda was bedridden for arthritis mononucleosis hepatitis and even spinal meningitis. So bedridden for the better part of two years Wanda left Beverly K in charge again of a lot of things for a kid. You Know Young. She's like what ten by this time. Yeah not very very old but tiny would recall one of her earliest memories of her mother was when her mother was hospitalized and this was a fond memory she she also had some really good memories of her own hospitalization as a child Tanya hit a small cyst removed from under her left arm and because her mother Wanda was was in the hospital at the same time tiny was allowed to stay in the bed with her mother and have her individual attention for several hours. Now this is from a a child who really hasn't seen much of her mother. She pretty much been raised by her big sister so I could really think it's safe to say that the cemented some positive ideas ideas about being in the hospital for Tanya or thank so growing up. Tiny didn't have too many friends. Fortunately she had her sister's around of for the girls were active in their church choir and they traveled to different states to perform. Misses a real treat because the town where they lived in Texas was isolated. And there just wasn't anything to do there will not only was there not much to do but dad was super strict with those girls. One weird rule he has was was that They could date the same boy twice because that would lead to them. Getting serious and possibly Sibley becoming physically involved with the boy where we can have their right so he had some weird rules like that. He was very strict and when they were pretty young still. Oh John Faxed and left the electric company where he worked and he tried his hand at selling insurance he was pretty successful and his success. In sales built up his confidence vents and he ended up opening a medical supply store with a friend of his who owned a local pharmacy and John went on the road to make sales going to nursing zing homes doctors offices and even hospitals eventually wanted joined him and she took over the home. Healthcare Division of the company so healthcare had become the family business by this point and this is the environment that Tanya grew up in

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How to tackle food loss and waste?

UN News

05:48 min | 2 years ago

How to tackle food loss and waste?

"Every year around one third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted an enormous amount given the eight hundred twenty million angry people in the world food loss and waste has all kinds of consequences for economies food security and the environment and you report by the has an option in terms of reaching the goals of the minute that was Andrea Catania a senior economist at F._A._O.

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"catania" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"catania" Discussed on KCRW

"Ever wandering never lost this is eighty nine point nine k._c._r._w. or you can listen or you are listening worldwide via k._c._r._w. dot com if you do not know ready you should and could and just should download the free and easy k._c._r._w. app you can listen live on the go anywhere you are around the planet or you can listen back to the archives of anybody here In the most recent shows. beneath this year the whiskey she'd barons go with their do. remix Away. of who's still bettencourt the song's called catania find your records releasing this This time with. And then, before that, surround? Conduit that beautiful edit Gives that sees. has pretty much been in heavy rotation. since he he dropped edit Those if you do not third. know concave he's a beast oh when it comes this house to d._j. to stay super beautiful and home rare disco and just she go related goes house away music and so much more than that as well just to an amazing ear No, and no. an amazing touch on the turntables as well calling Doing the one what? and only from east coast representing representing heavily we're also going Unknowing to be airing the world debut one. of his new collaboration with ben west beaches well Hey. the world radio debut for that coming up later in Casino, the show sunshine cheese. Maybe. Ain't no sunshine when she. and this house just stay home She goes through. Chico with you..

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"catania" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

New Player Has Joined

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"catania" Discussed on New Player Has Joined

"Yeah, I'm a good friend Kiara Majok mom was Catanha, and I did Baraka. But then I transitioned into Molina. Onstage started out with, like pretty hurts by beyond say because the Bronco wins. It's like what do you ends like, well after you win the mortal Kombat tired of it. My one impatient in life is to be happy because pretty hurts beyond say, and then it translates into man. I feel like a woman Molina cutting. Which character in Tekken to slow became your favorite, where the ones you like would switch in and out, I loved Nina and Anna. But Kunimitsu kind of like really was dope to. She was Yoshi Mitsui's, lakeside. Ho. A FOX face like a little dagger and they didn't bring her back until Tekken tag to like took and then they've not done anything with her. I'm like, no, but like she's fucking dope. If everybody else back, but now fighting games are doing it like, for instance, moral combat eleven sooner in our they have all these like they're bringing about a lot of good characters Molina's not in the new game. No, no instead of Catania has some of her moves in ten they get that with Jade, but now Jd is playable and Molina's not an actually killed her in the last game million. Yeah. Leaning kill. I can't even remember like I played through the single player in moral combat ten and I remember it being fun. But I was I, I have no fucking clear data remake movie. Yeah. Oh my God. Yeah. They make the movies again. Yeah, that's well, eleven. I've been told, really the best store like actually is a store, actually because they kinda did time travel time travel, huge thing. Everything always because. Yeah. Time travel works. We're in town. But yeah, they like, they, they took the old story line. And some of it's now, kind of can't inva- everything like white clean. It's like so it's able to talk about moral combat for that infamous Jack's awkward is fog, hanging off a cliff. It's like also like tech into like how they throw people off the cliff date. Okay. So the story of tech into a really the whole Tekken canon is kind of is list. It's so much. Yeah, it could totally be an HBO series. Did you did you follow it? When you first played the game. Or are you just enter for the game play? I kind of understood vaguely what was going on. There wasn't voice acting. It was like some shit would happen. You kinda got it some endings were weird. But the, the one with coach e and Kazuya were like legit. Yeah. And then when you got to fight the devil, devil row shit, and then not the level like it's so simplistic, in terms of design. Back then because they'd have much like options, but it's like a solid floor is valid color and the backers mirrors. It's so like reflects what the characters look like infinitely. And I'm like, oh, this is like. Talk some serious swings of that game the first game that I played that head. The infinite border thing..

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"catania" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

09:22 min | 3 years ago

"catania" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Weekly grape encounter. I am your wind captain David Wilson here today show. I think has a theme I didn't actually intended to. But the theme would be women who write about wine, and this brand new wind book that has come out. We're gonna be talking about that in just a little bit. But there is another person who writes about wine, and she is an author, but what she's written most recently really almost defies description. I'm talking about Laura Catena. And if you're not familiar with the Catania name, you should be in definitely if you're a Malbak drinker. You would definitely know the Catania name they've been responsible for making some of the best male mailbox and other varietals in Argentina for a very long time and lurk Tanya is a very interesting character that I wanted to get on the show. And I know we'll do it eventually maybe after she hears about this little piece that I'm doing right now, she'll be inclined to. Come and join us behind the microphone. She is not always in Argentina. She is in San Francisco where she is an emergency doctor and a very good one from what I understand. But I digress. A little bit. Let's talk about the piece of work that she has just written. She hasn't just written a piece she also stars in a stage version of same is so amazing that they have a rand of wine called Catalunya Zapata. And I have always told people that the continues apart wine, in my opinion is one of the best greatest buys out there. You can get it in the US. I think for probably under a hundred and fifty dollars a bottle. So I know that. Yeah. That's a lot of money to pay for wind. But after you've chased it, you'll go bonkers, and you'll understand the price in my opinion. Actually, it's probably a very low price for the wine considering just how incredibly beautiful it is. Well, they created a new label for Catania Zapata's Malbak Argentinian two thousand and fifteen and it is a hummed Dinger. It depicts the history of Malbak in Argentina. It's a very complex piece of artwork which looks like it could go back to the fifteen sixteen hundreds. But anyway, it's really quite a striking piece. It's got four characters on it. And those four characters were the inspiration for Laura to along with another member of the family, right? This four act play in which she plays all of the parks, and it's played in small theaters around the east coast and some other. Places. But from what I understand it will be coming to a wine bar near you were maybe an even bigger place in that. Let's go back though and talk for a second about Laura because she is really considered to be one of the great faces of winemaking in Argentina. And we'll talk a little bit about the play after that. Anyway, Laura is a fourth generation Argentine vintner, she's a physician as I said, she's an author Laura was born in Mendoza and better childhood with her grandfather Domingo's at the family's winery in the small village of loud Libertad anyway. Yeah. She graduated Magna cum laude from of all places Harvard University back in nineteen eighty eight and has a medical doctor degree from Stanford University. So we aren't talking degrees online here folks, this they very smart well educated person back in nineteen ninety-five, Laura. Joined her father, nNcholas Catania Zapata at the family's winery. And they found. Ended the container institute of wine with the idea of making Argentine wines that can stand up against the best wines of the world. And boy do they ever while Laura has continued to practice all of these years envy. The wind director at Catania as well. Dave McIntyre of the Washington Post wrote this about Laura he says since lurk Catania took over and put her name on the label the estate series seems to have taken on a bigger brassier expression, the Catania Zapata wines can stand proudly among the best in the world. And I agree. You know, I get asked the question all the time. What's your favorite wine? And there's a lot of ways to choose from. When somebody throws that question at me. But I still think that one of the grandest most explosive experiences that I've ever had was with the Katina's Zapata wine. Well, all right. Let's go on with the show here for a second. I mean, not my show, but with the play well it all began with the label in according to Dr Catania for the most part at labels are just marketing tools. Designed to quickly catch the eye from a store shelf. She says, but we had a different idea why not create a label that delves deeper and dramatizes the incredible cultural story behind Mao Beck's migration from Europe to the Americas. Is funny. I tell a story about how mullebeck got here or how he got to Argentina from the US. And it's a very different story than is in this play electricity that I am for more FIS wines and give them personalities. I if I have time I'll tell you that story in a little bit. But I just want to share this with you because it's it's so amazingly interesting anyway took them about a year to create the original artwork for the pot Malbak. It's a collectible release, which probably makes it even more expensive invaluable. But anyway, the label artwork also inspired Dr Catania to create this four act play with four allegorical female figures. And she did that in conjunction with her brother-in-law who. Is playwright Gustavo Alonzo and in the performance, Dr Catania herself brings the four figures from the labeled alive, the theatrical piece debuted on may seventh to an audience of trade in media at Belvedere, which is an Argentine restaurant in New York's Lower East Side, and then a second performance took place during the Nantucket wine and food festival which I wanted to go to and couldn't get there. But anyway, there's a lot of other scheduled performances coming up, and so you'll just have to Google that. And see if you can catch it because I have a feeling it is a wonderful thing to experience. Anyway, the idea for the label began with Dr Catania sister. Now, she's a historian Adriana Katina. No slouch family are folks there playwrights in the family and historians of the family and the greatest winemakers in the world in the family doctors, and this is a serious family. But anyway, the idea came from Adriana Catania. She says the story of wine is almost always been told from a male perspective. And we decided that it was time to honor the women who were intrinsic in malbatt's traveled from Europe to the Americas. And frankly, I don't know that story, and we Dr Catania says as we dove into our research. We were amazed by the stories. They were funny dramatic, and sometimes tragic I was inspired to write the play anyway for her performance. Dr Catania fleshed out the roles of all four of the characters depicted on the label which include Eleanor of aqua the twelfth century monarch and mullebeck. I champion the character Madame Philoxenia, which was not a real person. But a disease that wiped out almost everything in Europe. She describes them Philoxenia as the voracious female eighth amid that was the scourge of Bordeaux in the eighteen fifties. Also in the play the Italian immigrant animals septa who is continues own great grandmother and represents those who brought the first Malbak cuttings to the Americas. And finally Adriana Catania. Who was at the side of her father nNcholas Catania as established the grape variety as a treasurer of the new world the label by the way, just took top honors at the drinks business award, which is a very prestigious award to receive for label. So you gotta check it out. Anyway, I'm not going to tell you any more to spoil the play for you. I think what our next step should be is to get Dr Laura in here. No, not that. Dr laura. Dr Laura a change in here. And let's see if we can get a complete rundown of the story. And what I'll probably do is tell you my story about the evolution of male Beck, and you can compare it to hers and you'll see well, I'm just full of it. Okay. All right. We're gonna move on. But this is something worth looking out for in. I'm gonna see if I can find a video of this play stage. And maybe I can share that with you as well. But I thought it was a fun story and glad to share it here now. All right. We're going to move on. And just a second here. There's a brand spanking new book out. It's it's really an entry level book. I would say, but it is designed to help people who are finding themselves falling in love with wine to give them the basics that might not be the basics that you're gonna find in a typical wine class or in some other kind of wind bucket will be really interesting to talk to the author and see why she wrote what she wrote. That's coming up next. It is the wine lovers apprentice coming up next on grape encounters. No.

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Judge deals blow to Trump effort to overhaul bureaucracy

The Mentors Show

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Judge deals blow to Trump effort to overhaul bureaucracy

"A federal judge dealing a blow to President Trump's effort to overhaul the US bureaucracy by making it easier to, fire government workers the judge ruled that provision of three executive orders President Trump signed. In may undermine federal employees right to bargain collectively as protected by federal law those provisions covered federal employees Collective bargaining rights grievance procedures and official time us they effectively made it easier to fire government workers in her decision US district judge Catania. Brown Jackson asserts the president exceeded thirty initialling the, orders organizations representing federal workers are applauding the judge's ruling

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Italy clashes with EU over migrants stranded on rescue boat

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 3 years ago

Italy clashes with EU over migrants stranded on rescue boat

"Are still stranded on board and talion ship. In Catania, they have been there for nearly a week without a country willing to open its doors today. The European Union and the Italian government held an emergency meeting in Brussels to discuss the fate of these latest. Migrants NPR's Teri Schultz tells us each side is digging in its heels. Italian, prime minister Matteo Salvini is threatening to resign or to stop paying e you do if more than one hundred seventy five. Migrants held on a ship off the Italian coast since Sunday or allowed to disembark the Italian government insists other countries should step up and take in the new arrivals. But none as agreed European Commission. Spokesman Alexander venture Stein says such blackmail is not constructive community of rules and operates on the basis of rules knelt Fritz, but Europe's been unable to come up with rules that work for fairly distributing migrants and asylum seekers. So frontline states continue to bear the biggest burden of new arrivals. For NPR news. I'm

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