22 Burst results for "Celinas"

Texas workplace shooting suspect charged with murder

The Ramsey Show

00:23 sec | 8 months ago

Texas workplace shooting suspect charged with murder

"Bond was set today for Larry Ball in the 27 year old man charged with murder and attempted murder after a workplace shooting in Bryan, Texas, yesterday. That left one dead and several others wounded on the murder charge, Sir. That bond amount is set at $1.2 million on the attempted capital murder that one is a million dollars. Brazos County Judge Celina Vasquez, Texas trooper was also wounded during the pursuit of

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Amber Alert Issued for Missing Toddler in Celina, North of Dallas

Charlie Parker

00:27 sec | 10 months ago

Amber Alert Issued for Missing Toddler in Celina, North of Dallas

"An Amber alert is in effect for a missing two year old boy from Selina, north of Dallas. Two year old levee Pew is last seen last night. He's described as white with blue eyes, blond hair 2 ft six inches tall and weighs £35. Police say they suspect 42 Year old Isaac few and the child. His disappearance. The two maybe in a white 2019 Toyota Tacoma with the Texas license plate, Emma's and Mike D. As in Delta, T isn't tango 16

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"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"Hearing it from her spirit of commerce. Because she you and you being and she kid. And i saw her you know. Try to regain again. But she's also felt this connection towards this conversation between myself and yourself and the podcast getting the story out and encouraging other woman for screening. Which i want to touch on. I think it was hopping in your shoes and feeding your pain felt her pain. I was talking to my husband as well. And i was just thinking about your children and i feel like hugging them feel like grabbing them holding them hugging them and protecting them from all of this. Because you know it's hard it's hard and what they've been through is phenomenal. Those children should be awarded for their bravery. And for what they've achieved with you. It's just it really touches my heart. It really really does my husband. One of the things he said to me. That made me think he said you know it's only a body that's ill it's the body the shell that's ill i was so isn't ill. I was so need spiritual enlightenment and it needs to be nourished is not the body that you're trying to look after really what our focus should be is nourishing the and then it will take care of the outside rather than the outside taking care of the inside yet when he said that i actually thought wow i've not about that. He said connect spiritually connect. However you want on hold onto that rope and then focus on how you're going to look after your inside and then that will resonate to the outside. Naturally it will come you know and That really really made me think i was just thinking that something. We all have to take away as well. you know. Sometimes when you took those the example i would be too close to my own grief and you would be too close to your own grief to be able to come to those common sense if you wanna call it.

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"Look is for one above us all and we don't know for sure but within medical reasoning and taking each from a scientific approach. They he's my prognosis. So when you face yourself and being the thinking that i am. I'm trying to get everything ready for when you're just memoirs for my kids album with stories articles of minded of appear in the newspaper of what four newspapers four articles and put into the frame and data them. Love you mom. So that we're not sure they have stings of mine. Four them specifically to catch on to hold into actually feel me in this space. It makes any sense. You might be able to join the dots tino and Sometimes i wish we had that however hard it might be to look back and listen to that and you know we do see photos of my mom. I've mentioned briefly yesterday during our intro chat. I've harbored some feelings towards my mom despite the fact that it's irrational and despite the fact that it you know it's not her fault and It's allies will and all of those things. But i think there's a child in me that Child my mom left if you like. And it's like frozen in time and it's you know how you said that you had an out of body experience when you were first diagnosed. I can kind of imagine that and for us. It's well the children who are left behind even though adults now and we've got children of our own we feel like somehow we were frozen back in time to the point where our mom left and always stays inside of us this a child and every time we hear the word cancern every time we come across these fears you know we go through that experience over and over again and out over the years. I did build up some resentment which i did. It mean to build up an didn't intend to have it. Mum's death anniversary was in october. Just gone and it's been a no twenty five years but it was only this time de actually grieved in a way that i actually let myself cry and feel and just feel in love and in happiness for her rather than feel bitter or like a. I don't know how to explain it. I don't have the word for it right now but yeah it's it's been difficult. I'm aware that your duties with you so do feel. You don't have to answer this if you feel. It's not sensitive. I just wanted to know. How do you feel right now today. With the doctor's telling you that days are numbered and we all know that allows the one who's going to actually number our days. We know that How'd you feel and had you live with that heart rate. That comes with knowing your children are going to be left behind. I know you've mentioned all the mechanics of everything that you've put in place to cope with that you've set them up with values you've set them up train them you've made them independent. You've taught them how to look after themselves. And not be reliant on anybody but how. How do you cope with that knowledge and with the heartbreak. More than anything as a mother and all of us mothers have this fear and we all live with it. You know we live with it every time we have a health scare or anything or even people who are still going through it like yourself. How do you live with a heartbreaking. How'd you continue with normality. They eason's in the next. Because i don't and i kind so i think i can only do. I can just find my heart uptight chest and and not go there because if you have to think about it they use. The answer is no convincing. Field scientific on how the stole copes with that knowledge I just find it up inside of me and try to create a happy moment for that moment to compensate probably for myself. That's really. I don't know that's really hard. It's hard to hear because it's it's so something that doesn't went to see you know into the future because you see them being there without you. You see the empty space based because you looking at your physical house and how your home is structured with you sitting on the bay during the so far and then and they're doing their day around you and then you think what's gonna happen on that first day win mommy's not i'm not going.

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"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

12:59 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"Mums kicking back. Having fun and talking about life relationships family motherhood and moore welcome to the madness that is our lives a forty nine votes single kids age between fifteen to twenty one in march two thousand and sixteen nineteen was diagnosed with stage to press council of her left. Breast yesterday tells the constant Polity unfortunately the council is now ten. No and there's no cure In words she's just flying time. Not just being an advocate for breast cancer since diagnosis. She's been interviewed by all genres of media local to her wishes based in south africa as well as internationally she also has a facebook breast cancer awareness page and she founded a private breast cancer center. Group helps women and their loved ones through their emotional mental and physical activity of the journey. One in eight women will be diagnosed. Suppress is indiscriminate age gender nationality. And you don't need a genetic predisposition to get rest council please note will include all relevant support links and details on our website page for this episode so for now. Let's welcome nadia to the show. Let's say not yet. Thank you so much for agreeing to come on the show today and talk about your experience with really on it and privileged to have him sauce. So we fest met on a facebook group. The three of us on Medicine up until the moment. You shan't story. I just assumed you just a regular key to mom. You're trying to do is a bit of winning coming up with some new recipes but when you said that you battling council on that it was ten. No we were completely oil struck. I mean you always come across as really vibrant positive industry. Help happiest time. And can i ask you. How do you manage to stay so positive in the face of such as not isis seem. It's absolutely wonderful to be speaking to you. Ladies first of all. I'm not always happy to get that straight. I'm always happy. Can't say he's a journey right so we can have a good days and days however i am single mom of four children and that quote him shoulder but they really adults house. They range from fifteen to twenty one years old. We just try to win each day for a day and then be go onto the next day and by. We need each day for me. Winning means taking the rule sips waking up in the morning getting into the shuttle eating well trying to exercise communication with the kids for me. That's winning the day. Yeah so. I suppose that probably does radiate a positive attitude but by no means am i positive. Twenty four hours a day seven days a week. 'cause i mean you still managed to get through. All of this is just absolutely amazing to me so oversee you've been battling cancer for fee has now how have you changed as a pass throughout janney however you when you first diagnosed compared to how you are today give you a little brief history that goes beyond the bio that you probably have given about me so i was diagnosed in march two thousand sixteen. So that's more than four years and eight months into this journey. To be absolutely honest. I was really different person. I was absolutely my vibrant. You would not catch me sitting on the sofa for five minutes a day. I was a go getter. I empty force so a few years ago for financial reasons. I had to go out to work. So i was working six days a week coming home and slow doing my thing as a mom suddenly without any warning with no symptoms no genetic predisposition. I actually decided to go to the gynecologist.

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

06:13 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"A forty nine votes single kids age between fifteen to twenty one in march two thousand and sixteen nineteen was diagnosed with stage to press council of her left. Breast yesterday tells the constant <unk>. Polity unfortunately the council is now ten. No and there's no cure <unk>. In words she's just flying time. Not just being an advocate for breast cancer since diagnosis. She's been interviewed by all genres of media local to her wishes based in south africa as well as internationally she also has a facebook breast cancer awareness page and she founded a private breast cancer center. Group helps women and their loved ones through their emotional mental and physical activity of the journey. One in eight women will be diagnosed. Suppress is indiscriminate age gender nationality. And you don't need a genetic predisposition to get rest council please note will include all relevant support links and details on our website page for this episode so for now. Let's welcome nadia to the show. Let's say not yet. Thank you so much for agreeing to come on the show today and talk about your experience with really on it and privileged to have him sauce. So we fest met on a facebook group. The three of us on <unk>. Medicine up until the moment. You shan't story. I just assumed you just a regular key to mom. You're trying to do is a bit of winning coming up with some new recipes but when you said that you battling council on that it was ten. No we were completely oil struck. I mean you always come across as really vibrant positive industry. Help happiest time. And can i ask you. How do you manage to stay so positive in the face of such as not isis seem. It's absolutely wonderful to be speaking to you. Ladies first of all. I'm not always happy to get that straight. I'm always happy. Can't say he's a journey right so we can have a good days and days however i am single mom of four children and that quote him shoulder but they really adults house. They range from fifteen to twenty one years old. We just try to win each day for a day and then be go onto the next day and by. We need each day for me. Winning means taking the rule sips waking up in the morning getting into the shuttle eating well trying to exercise communication with the kids for me. That's winning the day. Yeah so. I suppose that probably does radiate a positive attitude but by no means am i positive. Twenty four hours a day seven days a week. 'cause i mean you still managed to get through. All of this is just absolutely amazing to me so oversee you've been battling cancer for fee has now how have you changed as a pass throughout janney however you when you first diagnosed compared to how you are today give you a little brief history that goes beyond the bio that you probably have given about me so i was diagnosed in march two thousand sixteen. So that's more than four years and eight months into this journey. To be absolutely honest. I was really different person. I was absolutely my vibrant. You would not catch me sitting on the sofa for five minutes a day. I was a go getter. I empty force so a few years ago for financial reasons. I had to go out to work. So i was working six days a week coming home and slow doing my thing as a mom suddenly without any warning with no symptoms no genetic predisposition. I actually decided to go to the gynecologist and she said to have you ever done a mammogram and took i said no. I have not interested. Okay let's just appointment for you and they'll say rent. Mary way. I remember sitting in the offices now off the mammogram department. And not thinking anything thinking okay. I'm becky tomorrow. Lang dollars is the bid looking at women's is i think something's flickering is. I looked and she said we need to do this. The spot to gain an immediate felt cold. Show going down my soul. I think it was and <hes>. The coming office. And i remember the so clearly. She asked assistant to. Please give me a couple of key. And she said you know these a lump and ninety five percents malignancy without even doing a biopsy from presenting itself the mammogram scan in terms of appearance size and positioning. We are ninety. Five percent confirmed malignancy and it was almost as if i was watching a movie or somebody else. I was expecting this. I knew i to come homing cooking dinner for my kids. Get back to work. The next day. I got into my car and drove home in nyc state and the minute they got home called the meeting with my kids and broke dollars. This is what they found in. We're gonna have to gather together as a team and get through. This and my life changed on that day. Competely competely cancers the journey. It affects a person on every level from a mental state of mind to an emotional state of mind. It's fix the body physically. It debilitates the body search. Ernie you get into complete dock spaces and you can have fine the strength in your veins to pull yourself out to face the next day and what is being my safe said. I fought back on of very strong. Mindset that has kept me going in addition to my a being completely open with my community and in a larger scale my social media community about my diagnosis taking out to people creating awareness encouraging women to go for mammograms is that is being catharsis to be absolutely honest with you in a nutshell.

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Living with cancer (with guest Celina Be)

Not Another Mum Pod

06:13 min | 1 year ago

Living with cancer (with guest Celina Be)

"A forty nine votes single kids age between fifteen to twenty one in march two thousand and sixteen nineteen was diagnosed with stage to press council of her left. Breast yesterday tells the constant Polity unfortunately the council is now ten. No and there's no cure In words she's just flying time. Not just being an advocate for breast cancer since diagnosis. She's been interviewed by all genres of media local to her wishes based in south africa as well as internationally she also has a facebook breast cancer awareness page and she founded a private breast cancer center. Group helps women and their loved ones through their emotional mental and physical activity of the journey. One in eight women will be diagnosed. Suppress is indiscriminate age gender nationality. And you don't need a genetic predisposition to get rest council please note will include all relevant support links and details on our website page for this episode so for now. Let's welcome nadia to the show. Let's say not yet. Thank you so much for agreeing to come on the show today and talk about your experience with really on it and privileged to have him sauce. So we fest met on a facebook group. The three of us on Medicine up until the moment. You shan't story. I just assumed you just a regular key to mom. You're trying to do is a bit of winning coming up with some new recipes but when you said that you battling council on that it was ten. No we were completely oil struck. I mean you always come across as really vibrant positive industry. Help happiest time. And can i ask you. How do you manage to stay so positive in the face of such as not isis seem. It's absolutely wonderful to be speaking to you. Ladies first of all. I'm not always happy to get that straight. I'm always happy. Can't say he's a journey right so we can have a good days and days however i am single mom of four children and that quote him shoulder but they really adults house. They range from fifteen to twenty one years old. We just try to win each day for a day and then be go onto the next day and by. We need each day for me. Winning means taking the rule sips waking up in the morning getting into the shuttle eating well trying to exercise communication with the kids for me. That's winning the day. Yeah so. I suppose that probably does radiate a positive attitude but by no means am i positive. Twenty four hours a day seven days a week. 'cause i mean you still managed to get through. All of this is just absolutely amazing to me so oversee you've been battling cancer for fee has now how have you changed as a pass throughout janney however you when you first diagnosed compared to how you are today give you a little brief history that goes beyond the bio that you probably have given about me so i was diagnosed in march two thousand sixteen. So that's more than four years and eight months into this journey. To be absolutely honest. I was really different person. I was absolutely my vibrant. You would not catch me sitting on the sofa for five minutes a day. I was a go getter. I empty force so a few years ago for financial reasons. I had to go out to work. So i was working six days a week coming home and slow doing my thing as a mom suddenly without any warning with no symptoms no genetic predisposition. I actually decided to go to the gynecologist and she said to have you ever done a mammogram and took i said no. I have not interested. Okay let's just appointment for you and they'll say rent. Mary way. I remember sitting in the offices now off the mammogram department. And not thinking anything thinking okay. I'm becky tomorrow. Lang dollars is the bid looking at women's is i think something's flickering is. I looked and she said we need to do this. The spot to gain an immediate felt cold. Show going down my soul. I think it was and The coming office. And i remember the so clearly. She asked assistant to. Please give me a couple of key. And she said you know these a lump and ninety five percents malignancy without even doing a biopsy from presenting itself the mammogram scan in terms of appearance size and positioning. We are ninety. Five percent confirmed malignancy and it was almost as if i was watching a movie or somebody else. I was expecting this. I knew i to come homing cooking dinner for my kids. Get back to work. The next day. I got into my car and drove home in nyc state and the minute they got home called the meeting with my kids and broke dollars. This is what they found in. We're gonna have to gather together as a team and get through. This and my life changed on that day. Competely competely cancers the journey. It affects a person on every level from a mental state of mind to an emotional state of mind. It's fix the body physically. It debilitates the body search. Ernie you get into complete dock spaces and you can have fine the strength in your veins to pull yourself out to face the next day and what is being my safe said. I fought back on of very strong. Mindset that has kept me going in addition to my a being completely open with my community and in a larger scale my social media community about my diagnosis taking out to people creating awareness encouraging women to go for mammograms is that is being catharsis to be absolutely honest with you in a nutshell.

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"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"A child I'd wake up early am hours of the morning. I'd walk into a room where in this family there's also as a man that I that I referred to as as my grandfather that I would be even though he wasn't my biological father dead. Bible considering in the dark and all I see is the glow in the dark to speak side know that he's he's he's woken up for the morning Salah 480 just sat there reading his fifty and that that image of him just stuck with me and besides that as a a whole a family as a whole mental Kurt said treatment towards me the way they accepted me as their own that that really stayed with me from childhood and those memories that I built with them. So stayed with me and I think those even to an extreme impact took my decision of wanting to return to Islam you touched upon other, you know, etiquette character growing up all I ever had my dad tell us over and over again and it was like a mantra. He just said the heaviest thing that would weigh on the scales is your character your other and never fully understood what that was until adulthood and it's true. You know how you are even a prophet Muhammad peace be upon Him enables his character that people are so and fell in love with and they just embraced Islam without any discussion. Just seeing how he was in his manners and he's example lately and you mentioned earlier on in the conversation that you've had that you've met. Lots of people have left his land for various different reasons and have any of them also found their way back to a storm again and how did that come about somehow? Yes, and I think it was just something big has happened in their life. So and I know some dead wood in the views of marriage and they got out they got divorced or they got up and just to be able to sort of Shame pick their water, but they they want something just rustic design document people go through relationship breakups. So divorced they'll they'll change their hairstyle those change something about themselves. The key and that's job To sort of an interruption in the patent so they can solve. Towards a new light or snap out of that pattern that they've been stuck in 4 years or decades. I understand why am I left the summer? I don't regret it because it came with a lot of lessons while I left the slam and while I was on my own journey and when I came back to Islam I'd learned that I'm not going to take my slacks question from the way they treat me all the way they behave that Islam is a very personal thing to me and it's between me and Allah and now that I've already been on that journey of leaving Islam is coming back. I know how important it is to me. I know how easily someone can leave Islam it can be something very insignificant that will sell just the the person over and make them leave us home. I decided that I'm not going to base my opinions of some or off my Creator based on how people treat me or how people are and when I was going through my divorce I held on to Bath I don't experience that. I knew that no matter how bad things got religion is the one thing that I'm not going to let go of and I do feel that had I not left the Slime what I did and learn Life Lessons, but I needed to perhaps my circumstances post-divorce would have led me to leaving his mom and I would have not left the farm on my own that would have been influenced my children as well and maybe that would have resulted my children leaving Islam and not having anything to do with as well. So I'm grateful for the fact that I experienced all.

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"I told my friend that you know, what the devil his left hand and then she told the teacher and I'll seven years old and the teacher in front of the whole class completely humiliated me and said to me did you know about the stable people eat with our feet? Would you have to say about that song? Oh my gosh mortified. I'm sure now that the teacher would responded that they were now they're just full prevent but you know and I was just absolutely mortified. And so and I'm you know, I'm going to be have this conversation with my dad now, there's no point my kids. I'll definitely like not, you know, make sure that I don't do that kind of thing to them. You know, I'm just going to add a little anecdote here. I've got a nice I won't mention her name because she'll be mortified. She was only three years old and she saw a lady. I think she was wearing a miniskirt and she just in front of everyone you can think of your does everyone there, you know all the family and she she looked up and she pointed at the lady and she said, you know that lady, you know her legs. It's all kind of burn in hell is really embarrassing for my family. There was just like that. Where did you love that, you know kids pick up things, you know from yeah. They have a very curious minds. That's for any little thing you give them they'll just run with it and the imagination you will just explode. Yeah, my family was mortified. You know, they they don't agree with, you know, people exposing their legs as their personal belief, but you know, they didn't expect her to embarrass them like that. But anyway, it's just so important isn't how we how we raise our kids in what language we use everything is just really important and it's it can be a bit of a mine field, you know, so Selena, what was obviously you're bringing up your children at the moment. So you said you focus a lot obviously about all.

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"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"Wanting really wanting to discover who I am and where I fit in in my teenage years. I came back to England. But by the time I come back, there's no relationship with my with my siblings. Is that a decade gap between I don't need to see them that often. But by the time I came back, my father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's like my parents had been quite late. My mum was forty-five when I was born. So by the time I reached my teen years so they would they would get to the old and they're almost as a sort of catching up on them and by my mid-teens I was there full-time carer and that that took that put a lot of pressure on me when I was in Rome. Me I thought I'd explore this lamb or control. Then Islam wasn't medium-sized bonus in in the family. My siblings had a very liberal upbringing so it was back in place, but I was curious about Islam and I attended some lectures and that was the point where I again didn't feel not only did I not feel office with him, but I I felt judgment from people maybe cuz the way I was dressed or I I appeared I didn't appear to be practicing I didn't obviously look extremely I didn't look like I'm listening. So if you Muslim is just another place and just that Vibe of not not being accepted and a few words as I sat down. It was an Islamic lecture. I thought okay. This is going to be good with the same religious and that would be good. Then I'll be welcoming but my experience was totally the opposite and that was the point where I walked out. So, you know when you walked out that lecture and you kind of have that, you know about Leaving bye to get more anything to do with this novel not part of Islam has you know, you've seen at that point. I mean, what were you going to internal? You? Did you did you speak to anybody about it? Did you look into other Faith? Like what was what was going on at that point? I didn't have any Muslim friends. So I couldn't turn to anyone in my faith community. Even the area that we lived in this predominantly prestige in the underwent many Muslims that we were probably the only Muslim family in that area. I felt I felt rejected by Muslims I think and I think that might have been the fact that for the camel's back said speak with all my other bags from childhood. I didn't want to conform anymore. My siblings had already been announced their face, so it wasn't a big deal. If I did two months. I wasn't going to be challenged or rejected by my family for my trades and then I I tried on other faiths for a while, but I couldn't didn't really fit in there either. So I spent the next song. Who is exploring different faiths different cultures? I had a really good friend who came from a Hindu background and I spent a lot of family time with her with her and her family and that gave me a sense of them, you know family and just just hanging out with them with their with their cousins their uncles aunts and I think that's something that I probably always wanted from a young age because I was separated from my family center on 84th and I might have experienced separation anxiety for my siblings and especially my father. I do remember as a child. I I missed my father a lot of having that sense of being part of a family which I felt when I whenever I visited my friend made me sort of explore Hinduism and so I felt accepted I think in that in that Community, I started spending more time there. I take part from there with schools and I think my I didn't say much convert, but I would appeal to me. Because I felt accepted on a social level so it wasn't me leaving his son wasn't because what what was logical and what made sense it was more for social acceptance. So do you think it's safe to say then? How'd you had a more supportive and connected family? And you had you had a Muslim friends and a strong Muslim Community around you. Do you think then perhaps you would not have exclude other religions and felt a disconnect with Islam. Perhaps met people of the Muslim faith or who are blessed Islam who did have that sort of upbringing and they've also met same position. I'm not sure if that would have been any any different any difference for me and for many Muslims, but I've spoken to what they say is and they feel there's a lot of punishment. I'm paying Islam instead of instead of Enlightenment and openness big food. They they experience based through fear pain misery and a lot of them. They build this more which force than reflection and even I as a home educator, I've I've purchased children's books and I brought them home and they are filled with detailed descriptions of how fire we experienced. I even scare me as an adult. Yeah. So I think they a lot of especially in this in my family my siblings experience what else and then I stay connected and they said that the expectations are too high that what's expected from them is almost Perfection that you're wearing too much makeup, you're wearing the wrong clothing off to travel without a man. You shouldn't speak to people of the opposite sex and you know, the list goes on. So when others outside of Islam appear more accepting of view, it makes it may not sway that way that makes sense in you mentioned about your siblings that also denounced a swamp where they for similar reasons to yourself if they have do they all have different reasons wage. Plum was probably imposed on them more than it was on me. The fact that I was being brought up in a Muslim country. I don't think my parents or my mom, especially she didn't feel the need to impose economic that you were surrounded by Muslims and Islamic culture. I think my my siblings didn't have a great experience with the with their mosques and the way they were treated that marked but the existence in the descriptions, that's not what they they didn't like. They they did go to a school that was predominantly white but that was in the 1970s. So that was that would be, but I think that reasoning could have been slightly different mind. So, you know, I wanted to ask you about is obviously you just telling us your story from and me talking chronologically. So when it came to getting married, did you marry a Muslim Ya by then I'd reverted. Okay. Yeah, I've spent four years exploring the faith and belief systems, but the way I am Is that that was that happened in a strange way and unexpectedly these things were very tense for me as a teenager at home being a full-time carer. So I remember in Ramadan just need escape the house. I would catch a bus and the only place that would be open at like 10:00 at night with the mustard cuz of the Ferraris fat attached the bus into town which is like the closest smart and I just put my hoodie on and I'll just wait there and just take two to three hours out and then I wouldn't pray I just found what people and disappear what was going on had no intentions of frame and I did that for the whole month I've captured but she was half an hour journey and I'm half an hour Journey back and she was dead of Ramadan. I just I felt like this is for me and I said no, I want to come back to the face. It was nothing it wasn't to do with Muslims. It wasn't, you know an experience that song. With with the community I was still very much alone in school. But yeah that that was that was an amazing experience and for the end of Ramadan even even I was surprised that I was all went to accept Islam again, but it's just I just had a change of heart heart heart of nowhere and 111th been with them since and even marriage when I.

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

Not Another Mum Pod

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Not Another Mum Pod

"Honey is a master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming and hypnosis. Cena is also a divorce coach who helped South Asians recreate rebuild and restore their lives post-divorce, which is also a full-time mom and a home educator to have four boys. Okay, Selena when I read this poem just go up smacked when I saw that you got full boys and I have two boys. I've been educating them in lockdown for the last three months and I'm dying already before we begin. I just need to know how you managed to look after for voice without sending this. I need to know this. I think those who have education has been enforced upon own a very different place. Those who choose to do it by choice, we sort of ease our way into it. We do our you know research and we prepare ourselves. Let's say about one or two years before so we do eat ourselves. But I appreciate those who have kids that were attending school and all of a sudden without any preparation. There was a forced into it. It would be very challenging it if I was in that situation be very challenging for me see, how old are your boys my boys are 986 and for six year old and a four-year-old. Like how do we stop them from killing each other every day? I mean, it's amazing what you're doing Selena just do start the conversation that we're going to talk about how you left Islam at one point of your life. And then how you returned? When was the first time you felt disconnected to Islam? I would say it was in my teen years and I think the when I when I left this line, it was sort of tip of the iceberg. But I do feel a lot of factors are in play from a very young age. I'm the youngest of seven siblings that serves as 40 year gap between me and the and the second-youngest. Wow, so mom taught me to understand and I was about four years of age for a better education which meant being away from family including my father and looking back. I think I had to conform quite a bit from a young age and I thought of struggles to figure out where I fit him so she was going back home and having to completely different culture and having faith in a new language. My my siblings were adults and I was born and they were settled in their own family my nieces and nephews were my age, but I was second generation while they were third generation and I wasn't sure what I was Pakistani or British because I'd gone to like a thousand so she engaged and not being able to get him from a very young age might have played a part in that so just woke Looking back to your childhood. Yeah and not fitting in. When was the first time you connected that with Islam. I didn't really connect that that sort of times like now I spoke to the public schools of my childhood and how that shaped me and have that then led to me wanting really wanting to discover who I am and where I fit in in my teenage years. I came back to England. But by the time I come back, there's no relationship with my with my siblings. Is that a decade gap between I don't need to see them that often. But by the time I came back, my father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's like my parents had been quite late. My mum was forty-five when I was born. So by the time I reached my teen years so they would they would get to the old and they're almost as a sort of catching up on them and by my mid-teens I was there full-time carer and that that took that put a lot of pressure on me when I was in Rome. Me I thought I'd explore this lamb or control. Then Islam wasn't medium-sized bonus in in the family. My siblings had a very liberal upbringing so it was back in place, but I was curious about Islam and I attended some lectures and that was the point where I again didn't feel not only did I not feel office with him, but I I felt judgment from people maybe cuz the way I was dressed or I I appeared I didn't appear to be practicing I didn't obviously look extremely I didn't look like I'm listening. So if you Muslim is just another place and just that Vibe of not not being accepted and a few words as I sat down. It was an Islamic lecture. I thought okay. This is going to be good with the same religious and that would be good. Then I'll be welcoming but my experience was totally the opposite and that was the point where I walked out. So,

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Why I left Islam with Celina Hanif

Not Another Mum Pod

04:38 min | 1 year ago

Why I left Islam with Celina Hanif

"Honey is a master practitioner of neuro-linguistic programming and hypnosis. Cena is also a divorce coach who helped South Asians recreate rebuild and restore their lives post-divorce, which is also a full-time mom and a home educator to have four boys. Okay, Selena when I read this poem just go up smacked when I saw that you got full boys and I have two boys. I've been educating them in lockdown for the last three months and I'm dying already before we begin. I just need to know how you managed to look after for voice without sending this. I need to know this. I think those who have education has been enforced upon own a very different place. Those who choose to do it by choice, we sort of ease our way into it. We do our you know research and we prepare ourselves. Let's say about one or two years before so we do eat ourselves. But I appreciate those who have kids that were attending school and all of a sudden without any preparation. There was a forced into it. It would be very challenging it if I was in that situation be very challenging for me see, how old are your boys my boys are 986 and for six year old and a four-year-old. Like how do we stop them from killing each other every day? I mean, it's amazing what you're doing Selena just do start the conversation that we're going to talk about how you left Islam at one point of your life. And then how you returned? When was the first time you felt disconnected to Islam? I would say it was in my teen years and I think the when I when I left this line, it was sort of tip of the iceberg. But I do feel a lot of factors are in play from a very young age. I'm the youngest of seven siblings that serves as 40 year gap between me and the and the second-youngest. Wow, so mom taught me to understand and I was about four years of age for a better education which meant being away from family including my father and looking back. I think I had to conform quite a bit from a young age and I thought of struggles to figure out where I fit him so she was going back home and having to completely different culture and having faith in a new language. My my siblings were adults and I was born and they were settled in their own family my nieces and nephews were my age, but I was second generation while they were third generation and I wasn't sure what I was Pakistani or British because I'd gone to like a thousand so she engaged and not being able to get him from a very young age might have played a part in that so just woke Looking back to your childhood. Yeah and not fitting in. When was the first time you connected that with Islam. I didn't really connect that that sort of times like now I spoke to the public schools of my childhood and how that shaped me and have that then led to me wanting really wanting to discover who I am and where I fit in in my teenage years. I came back to England. But by the time I come back, there's no relationship with my with my siblings. Is that a decade gap between I don't need to see them that often. But by the time I came back, my father was diagnosed with Alzheimer's and Parkinson's like my parents had been quite late. My mum was forty-five when I was born. So by the time I reached my teen years so they would they would get to the old and they're almost as a sort of catching up on them and by my mid-teens I was there full-time carer and that that took that put a lot of pressure on me when I was in Rome. Me I thought I'd explore this lamb or control. Then Islam wasn't medium-sized bonus in in the family. My siblings had a very liberal upbringing so it was back in place, but I was curious about Islam and I attended some lectures and that was the point where I again didn't feel not only did I not feel office with him, but I I felt judgment from people maybe cuz the way I was dressed or I I appeared I didn't appear to be practicing I didn't obviously look extremely I didn't look like I'm listening. So if you Muslim is just another place and just that Vibe of not not being accepted and a few words as I sat down. It was an Islamic lecture. I thought okay. This is going to be good with the same religious and that would be good. Then I'll be welcoming but my experience was totally the opposite and that was the point where I walked out. So,

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The beauty hall for 2020 is here

Breaking Beauty Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

The beauty hall for 2020 is here

"All right. So normally, we always start out with skincare. We know that you guys are huge skin care junkies, but there's so much news make up that. Honestly we have to give it some love straight off the top, and we're going to start with none other than rare beauty, the new line by Selena. Gomez. Okay. So I did not get my package a curly, and so I'm very excited to hear what you thought of the line and what you think the winners are and just definitely part of this bigger trend we're seeing right of so many celebrities launching makeup lines right now. Yeah it's. True I feel like they used to be kind of like on the poster to represent like a new lipstick or something in these big campaigns, and now it's as though they've stepped out of the frame and they're really owning their own lines it really you know with Selena Gomez I know that health is a topic that's really close to her heart. So we know that one percent of the proceeds from this whole line is going toward increasing access to mental health services. So I, think just having like so much more integrity behind his lines as what makes them not just a flash in the pan. Committed to one hundred, million dollars over the next ten years. So that's a pretty big deal that's super exciting, and of course, we know that Sephora, is behind this line as well. It's exclusive to Sephora so although it's not one of the Kendo brands. So to speak I, feel like you know Sephora they get all that Intel from their customers they know what they want and they really brought a lot of I would say like. Thoughtfulness, to these formulations, I think that's where a rare beauty really wins. Okay. So let's hear about it because I know a lot of people were kind of comparing it to fantasy like one what's been your experience so far? What's what have you been? Loving. So my favorite product from the lot is the rare beauty liquid touch weightless foundation, and so that's the one everyone's going to compare it Fendi. It has forty eight shades except this one is only twenty nine dollars, which is cheaper than the fence is thirty eight dollars Canadian, and of course, it launched just at the beginning of September I really love it. So first of. All just tell you like what it is. It's meant to be a lightweight valuation that goes on Super. Naturally but it has quite a bit of pigment to it. So it will give you a medium to full coverage finish and I think we're all familiar with the bottle. We've probably seen it on instagram. It's as beautiful like it's got the sculptural shape to it. So it then bottle and then it has like this white ball on the top definitely GonNa look good on your shelf e and when you open it, what's really unique is its got this gigantic doe foot applicator like it almost reminds me of the applicators of those. Big Conceal that were coming ask chair. Yeah. Yeah and it's meant to be like a Serum Foundation. So you actually shake it and you can hear that click, click click inside and I'll be honest I've tried serum foundations in the past and I don't typically like them usually they come with a dropper and although there really lightweight there's like a slickness and an oiliness to it that I just do not like I I feel like that was like a a flash in the pan kind of a gimmick that I don't think those are going to last but this one goes on and it feels more just like a very lightweight almost. Watery Foundation without having any oiliness to it, but it is quite pigmented. So what you're going to do is you're gonNA put dots on your face like in the main areas where you won't coverage for me that would all over my tease own and then I, just used my beauty blender and blended in as usual and I really found it had a very natural second skin effect. So it's not particularly Matt it's not particularly Dewey it just looks Berry Notch, draw it kind of reminded me of the Bite Beauty Foundation that I really fell in love with lots year that all clocks right because it likes under Sephora I'm sure they definitely Yeah, armed each other. Well, I mean Sephora. So as an example, Nour's launched a soft Matte Foundation this fall as well, and the publicis actually told me that that was in collaboration with Sephora and that they were using all of the feedback from their customers to tell them what they wanted So that was a very different foundation. It's quite matt more like the Charlotte Tilbury airbrush break by yes. A We know that they're kind of feeding into that and that just makes sense I mean Celinas. Not a makeup artist. Maybe, she has van Gogh helping our, but obviously, they're going to be using the power of their knowledge to create these formulas. So I love this foundation I think it's so natural. This is like a new favorite for me but I think it's really representative of the line like what I noticed just having tried quite a few products is that it's like taking existing ideas like for example, the lip souffle Matt lip cream we all know a liquid matlab color, but this one just went on, it gives you a soft finish. And it's so comfortable. But what I liked is it wasn't thick. So they managed to get that pigment without having that thickness like I can never get a clean line with a Matt liquid color. I always have to use my finger to blended then and then you don't get that that nice shape to it. So this when you do so everything was like, yes already out there but this is so thoughtful and it's just slightly better

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"celinas" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And around the world I'm Ron bar good avenue with us here on this edition a sports byline we're GONNA be talking football, high school, and college football. When it comes to college football, one of my favorite announcers todd blackledge I think he does an excellent job, the former quarterback who led Penn state to the National Championship. And he was picked in the first round seventh overall of the nineteen eighty-three nfl draft by the chief where he played five years and then he later played for the Pittsburgh steelers a couple of years and he was a three year starter at Penn. state for Joe Paterno and he guided the nine to thirty one and five record including a national championship in nineteen eighty two years said he also won the Davey O'Brien award for best quarterback in the nation and he played his high school football in Canton Ohio which if you know anything about. That part of the country a little bit like Texas where it's a a passionate sport same way in Ohio as well and as I said, he was the seventh bic in the first round of that eighty-three NFL draft and that was a big time draft because he was picked behind John Elway. But ahead of Dan Marino and there's always in great discussion about that and then later on, we're GONNA be talking some high school football. If you've seen the the movie that is out about Bob, Laddis Sore and day Lasalle High School, which is The most successful high school football played in the country the ever almost every season, and he certainly is one of those accessible coaches in the national high school hall of fame and the numbers tell the story he had a record get this three, hundred, ninety, nine, wins, twenty, five losses, and three ties is ninety three point eight percent winning percentage is a national record for coaches with at least two hundred wins. He coached Lasalle to a national record, one, hundred and fifty one game win streak more than double the previous record of seventy two games. He won seventeen state and eight high school national championships, and he said some pretty good players. The NFL twelve to be exact including Armani Tumor Dj, Williams and Maurice Jones drew, and he also has written a football teaching book. This is pretty good if you're out there teaching are interested in the technique of a high school football teaching chasing perfection the principles behind winning football the day Lasalle way. So it's going to be a very interesting our we'll kick it off in just a second talking with former quarterback, todd blackledge on America's sports talk. Show. Shell.

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"celinas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"celinas" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Us Now from his home studio and pretty cool to see high school high school football Coming back. You know the roller coaster ride for kids playing high school football this fall is finally on the way back up, so to speak after chassis voted last night with the governor's approval, of course to allow high school football this fall if individual district's approve it. Also field hockey and sideline spirit. A k a cheerleading Got the green light. Make sure you tune in to hear what David Logan has to say about this development. Coming up this morning at nine o'clock, the Broncos righted some clarity on the injury front yesterday. Cornerback age a boy placed on injured reserve after dislocating his shoulder Monday night. Under league rules, he can actually return in three weeks, currently, an exception just this season because normally would be An eight week stint on the shelf cornerback Devante Bobby was promoted from the practice squad to take his roster. Spot. Head coach Rick Fans isn't running back Philip Lindsay's day today with turf toe, but it's certainly a question mark to play Sunday in Pittsburgh and wide receiver Courtland set was limited in practice yesterday, but it's trending in the right direction, Quarterback Drew Locke said Wednesday. Lack of offseason work as a team mate had just a small effect. The Titans game It comes back to me talking about those little things. Talk about how preseason games for one or two, maybe even three or four drives over the preseason gets on. In the fishies out brothers are back on the practice field today at 1 30 to get ready for the Steelers Nuggets Senator Nicole Yokich was named All N Ba second team last year. He was the first team center. He's just the fourth Nugget all time to make back to back all in Bettin that yesterday off back on the practice court today to get ready for Game one of the Western Conference finals tomorrow night against the Lakers. Iraqis. 31 loses to the AIDS Yesterday at Coors Field, they begin their final homestand of the season. Tonight. They welcome.

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"celinas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"celinas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Up in celinas new right, right? Yeah. They just confirmed that not too long ago. Jennifer catch Mark is far as the predictability this event. Now we saw I guess, the same system produced fatal tornadoes out in Oklahoma. I believe a motel was leveled out there killed some folks. Sadly, is it's the same part of the same system. No. So the Oklahoma part would be the cold front more, even along the dry line. It's the same area of low pressure. But you're talking about the features that caused this yesterday's. Our severe thunderstorms road along the warm front, but warm front, although you don't hear about what of big outbreaks happening on warm fronts. They are a wind direction change. The wind direction changes as it moves through. So to get rotation is totally in the cards, and that's exactly what these storms tapped into yesterday as far as the predictability goes, how much of a, how much people for of this, because sometimes these things develop and I know despite the technologies that you guys have at nine that sometimes he things develop and it's rather rapidly comes together, as far as the timeline in knowing what we know ahead of time to warn people, how good was in. So the national weather service or actually predictions that are yesterday had put the Dayton area and farther north in an enhanced risk of severe weather, specifically highlighting the threat for tornadoes activity. So the Dayton area was warned, I'm guessing by all their local meteorologists and the national weather service saying that, hey, be on alert for tornadoes say that's going to be the. The biggest thing if we see anything it would be tornadoes out of the system, and they knew it was going to be more of a late day type occurrence now for the actual event, and when it hit, I'm assuming some of these towns, had more than thirty minutes warning, because this thing was on the ground for so long that they had time to get into shelter. And did you see the video of the meteorologist in Dayton, lasted, the audience base stay,.

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"celinas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"celinas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Up in celinas new right, right? Yeah. They just confirmed that not too long ago. Jennifer catch Mark is far as the predictability this event. Now we saw I guess, the same system produced fatal tornadoes out in Oklahoma. I believe a motel was leveled out there killed some folks. Sadly, is it's the same part of the same system. No. So the Oklahoma part would be the cold front more, even along the dry line. It's the same area of low pressure. But you're talking about the features that caused this yesterday's. Our severe thunderstorms wrote along the warm front, but one front, although you don't hear about of big outbreaks happening on warm fronts. They are a wind direction change. The wind direction changes as it moves through. So to get rotation is totally in the cards and exactly what these storms tapped into yesterday as far as it predictability goes, how much of a how much people forewarned of this Inca sometimes he sings develop and I know despite the technologies that you guys have at nine that sometimes he thinks develop and it's rather rapidly comes together, as far as the timeline in knowing what we know ahead of time to warn people, how good was in. So the national weather service or actually this prediction center yesterday, had put the Dayton area and farther north in an enhanced risk of severe weather, specifically highlighting the threat for tornadoes activity. So the Dayton area was warned, I'm guessing by all their local meteorologists and the national weather service saying that, hey, be on alert for tornadoes say. That's going to be the biggest thing if we see anything it would be tornadoes out of the system, and they knew it was going to be more of a late day type Currence now for the actual event, and when it hit, I'm assuming some of these towns, had more than thirty minutes warning, because this thing was on the ground for so long that they had time to get into shelter. And did you see the video of the meteorologist in Dayton blasted the audience base staying.

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"celinas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"celinas" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Up up in celinas new right, right? Yeah. They just confirmed that not too long ago. Jennifer catch Mark is far as the predictability this event. Now we saw I guess, the same system produced fatal tornadoes out in Oklahoma. I believe a motel was leveled out there killed some folks. Sadly, is this the same part of the same system. No. So the Oklahoma part would be the cold front more, even along the dry line. It's the same area of low pressure. But you're talking about the features that caused this yesterday's. Our severe thunderstorms road along the warm front. But one frontal though you don't hear about of big outbreaks happening on warm fronts. They are a wind direction change. The wind direction changes as it moves through. So get rotation is totally in the cards. And that's exactly what these storms tapped into yesterday. As far as the predictability goes, how much of a how much people forewarned of this, because sometimes these things develop in, I know despite the technologies that you guys have at nine that sometimes he sings develop and it's rather rapidly comes together, as far as the timeline in knowing what we knew ahead of time to warn people, how good was in. So the national weather service or actually this prediction center yesterday, had put the Dayton area and farther north in an enhanced risk of severe weather, specifically highlighting the threat for twenty activity. So the Dayton area was warned, I'm guessing by all their local meteorologists and the national weather service saying that, hey, be on alert for tornadoes say that's going to be the biggest thing if we see anything it would be tornadoes out of the system, and they knew it was going to be more of a late day type currents now for the actual event, and when it hit, I'm assuming some of these towns had more than thirty minutes warning, because this thing was on the ground for so long that they had time to get into shelter. Did you see the video? Of the meteorologist up in Dayton blasted the audience base..

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"celinas" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"celinas" Discussed on KQED Radio

"So what are the teachers you talk to say about working with students like Esther students who don't have access to things like scissors or a place to do their homework. Right. I mean, they talked about kids not having any resources at home. And it's not just things like scissors could be access to the internet books place to study a place to sleep. I talked to a teacher at an elementary school in celinas named Maria Kosti Janos and more than eighty percent of her third graders. This year are considered homeless. It's like if one falls asleep in my classroom because they had a bad night at home. I Mike I'm not waking up, Mike. She's miss. You miss. You may need their sleep more than anything else. She said this makes teaching really hard. I asked and another teacher at the same school. Oscar moss why they're so committed to teaching these students, right? Why they've spent more than twenty years each at this one school the children that are here. I get emotional like me, they know that I live that same life. I grew up in a migrant camp we lived in a labor camp till I was about eleven years old a worked in the fields from the time. I was seven years old. My dad worked in the fields was a two tiny bedroom. I don't even know if I want to call it home because it was really a home farm workers on the central coast and around the state have been struggling with substandard housing for a long time. What's behind the spike in homeless kids? Now part of it is definitely demographics. There is a lot of really low wage workers in these communities and housing prices have gone up so dramatically there. But another piece of it is that Monterey County, and especially this district. I was referring to in celinas are doing a particularly good job of keeping track of these students. The state reports that there are some four hundred districts around California that don't report a single homeless student, right? Even though any homeless advocate would tell you that these students are in just about any community in the state. That's a big deal because that means any homeless students in those districts are not getting access to the protections that they're entitled to that are meant to. To give them equal access to an education Vanessa, thanks so much. Thanks for. Having me Vanessa ranked. Daniel is the California reports education reporter, you can read and listen to more of her reporting about homeless students on the central coast at California report dot org..

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"celinas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"celinas" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Mayhem in the mid west district. I've sent he Burkey that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty a masked thief fired a gun at a clerk allow holding up a midway area convenience store, but Mr. then hopped in a cab and forced the driver to lead officers on a brief pursuit yesterday. The chase didn't last long at came to an end when the taxi driver had to stop for traffic. The suspect is being held without bail, California, man. Caught on surveillance video looking a doorbell for three hours is still at large news eight reports police have identified the Thirty-three-year-old suspect who was hanging around a family's yard in celinas, south of San Francisco. What about five AM Monday morning? UC San Diego will be getting a new fire station soon. The San Diego city council unanimously voted yesterday to put the station and the campuses northwest corner. Once it's built it'll comma date twelve crewmembers right now, it's mostly cloudy and fifty five degrees at Lindbergh field AM, seven sixty KFI, talk and breaking news CBS news update. President Trump says funding for a border wall is simple is a choice between right and wrong. It alive. Message from the Oval Office last night. He blamed the two and a half week old partial government shutdown on Democrats. My administration is doing everything in our power to help those impacted by the situation. But the only solution is for Democrats to pass a spending Bill that defends our borders and reopen the government a top democrat in the house vanc- Pelosi isn't buying it. Stop holding people hostage much. Stop manufacturing a crisis and must reopen. The government. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer separate shutdown from arguments over border security, president meet with Republicans on Capitol Hill today, and he's invited democratic leaders to the White House for more talks CBS news update. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. AM seven sixty KFI sent to Red.

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"celinas" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"celinas" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eighty eight ten is the telephone number eighty eighty eight ten let's go to Dale Dale in celinas. Hey del. Welcome to k- GO. Hi, all this talk about the border wall. Yeah. Didn't this country? Do a great deals to get the wall torn down around Berlin. And now Trump wants to build one around our country. Yeah. I know it's the optics are really bad, aren't they? I mean in the United States of America. I think what Chuck Schumer said an and John repeated it earlier about the symbol of America should be the statue of liberty. Not thirty foot wall. I think that should resonate with people. Don't you? Yes. Yeah. Yeah. It's just horrible to think that we're going to be erecting a wall around our country after everything that was done to get the Berlin Wall toward now. And when we think about walls off times, we don't have pleasant memories of what those what those walls main daylight. Thank you. I don't think it's going to happen. You remember President Reagan's signature statement tear down that wall. Mr. Gorbachev exactly eight hundred eighty eight ten the telephone number. Let's go to Walter. He's in Castro valley. Hey, Walter, welcome to K G O. Thank you for taking my call. Pat. You want to read it just want to bring something to your attention, the gentleman from Kentucky. Yes. Press upon you, the bigotry that exist in Kentucky. Yeah. And I want to bring to you great. Tell your Farrell. Our ray. Yes. And we're we're I hope you'll be attending on may twelfth. Rather on January twelfth memorial just want you to see their in my thinking, they're the correlation between raise the debt because he was a talk show host. He was very. In in in those kinds of negroes. Don't speak. Ray tell you Ferrell. I think. Walter. There's so much. We don't know about race case. But I go I don't think that his disappearance was taken lightly by the authorities there we had the sheriff on the air here talking about raised disappearance, and a they seemed to me that they were working very diligently one of the problems that they had from the get-go was the his wife wasn't cooperating fully. And so that that was a real issue. But hopefully, we'll learn more in the future. Just what happened? The memorial service for Ray is going to be held on January twelfth of the Commonwealth club beginning at eleven o'clock. It's open to the public. No reservations required. Mayor brown. Mayor jordan. Angelelli Oto Belva Davis. Barbara Rogers, Allen Rosie. Gloria Duffy of the Commonwealth club is going to be the person who who who really organized everything we will all Ron Owens will be there. Mickey luck awful be there. It's going to be remarkable. That is on January twelfth Saturday eleven o'clock, and it will be broadcast later on here on cagey of what we hope you'll come to pay tribute to Ray. Eight hundred eighty eight ten is the telephone number eight hundred eight oh, eight ten am. I late for a break. I am so sorry. All right. We'll be back. More of your phone calls coming up. I'm Pat Thurston. With John Rothman. This is K G O J J..

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"celinas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:53 min | 3 years ago

"celinas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Oh boy. But so that's just one of the many highlights of this year's consumer electronics. So tell me about the bigger televisions. Which here's here's the funny thing the size doesn't matter anymore. Here gets all of flair. You know, you've got up to like ninety five inch screen televisions. And I was talking to people yesterday about it. Here's some experts, and they're like the size of the screen. If kinda max it out because they've realized that their screens are getting as big if not bigger than most people's walls. So they can't really, you know, it's not about that anymore. It's about flexible screens and about curvature screens. But this year, they're unveiling an eight K television. Now, the first thing I thought of immediately was at TV anchors across the country are going to be in shock and horror because it's bad enough. Now, four K because I've talked to reporters and anchors. They're like they could see every wrinkle in every flaw on my skin, eight K. I'm like how much more clear can you get so don't feel bad for them because all of our wrinkles in everything are always a parents you now it's time for TV beautiful anchors to look realistic. Right. Isn't that what they're doing with the models, and the magazines no more airbrushing rejectly? So now, we're gonna. Finally, get to see the anchors and the reporters as they were meant to see visit they were meant to be rather. But this year, it's all about medical tech in in years past we've talked about it. And I've told you medical Tech's kind of the big deal here as well. But what's really interesting is that a lot of the software you're hearing about now one of the connect the wearables, so like you've got devices now that monitor your blood pressure, your heart rate, your diabetes, your your blood sugar content. But what's different this year? Is that the FDA is now proving a great many of these softwares and a lot of these gadgets. Meaning now that these gadgets and software or more reliable than they've been in the past in the past. They were more like prototypes. And this is our wish lists and things like that. But they're saying this year a lot of the stuff coming out, including this electric electric stimulus. Gadget that goes on your nose and actually stimulate your your sinuses to relieve sinus pressure. So you don't have to take medicine. So that kind of stuff now receiving FDA approval. That's a big leap from from years. Past. How does this thing play out? I mean, just the show itself are there different things on different days. Or is it just one big thing for four days? You get you have that it takes that long to get through it. Well, the answer is yes to both. You know, it does take a long time. It's the world's largest consumer show action say Consumer Electronics Show, but it's also the world's largest convention. They've touted that for many years one hundred eighty eight thousand people I think are supposed to be here from from almost every country on the planet and over this four day span the thing has gotten so big and you both have seen the Las Vegas convention centers. You know, how big that is already. Well, it's gotten so big over the years that they've taken over like the Mirage the sands convention center, they've taken over Mandalay bay all of their major ballrooms are all filled with C ES booths. So that's how big it's grown in. Its fifty two years old this year round a long time. But. Really what this is about. It's a couple of things. It's about showing what the technology is all about what the latest advances in technology. Are it also is a chance to gauge interest? So if you've got some gadget that you're really excited about you put money into you put it out there. Well, the deal is people that might wanna purchase it retailer wholesalers. They might come up start chatting with you about it. But if they show interest in buying something like that or they can see a way of putting it into their stores or online, then they may go the next step in and go from prototype to design. So that's really what this shows about. It's not again, it's not open to the public. This is an it's an industry insider and media only event. So this is the place though, where those gadgets will be decided upon those are the things that you might see at Christmas shelves next year. I thought it was interesting that three D printing seemed to be the big thing everyone was talking about. And that this year that section got a lot smaller because many of these. Products are produced in China. And they said that part of the reason that three D printing thing you're not gonna hear as much about that is because of the current relationship between the US and China. Well, you know, that's an interesting point because that's really kind of the buzz right now a lot of people are talking about because you're China's the largest manufacturer of electronics. And there's a lot of talk about whether or not gadgets that you're going to see this year software that you could see this year is it really going to be available or or wholesalers and retailers interested in buying anything from China manufacturer. Because for those reasons that you mentioned tariffs future relations. So there's going to be a lot of strain on us. And let me tell you hundreds of thousands of dollars are going into restaurants and bars and strip clubs here in Vegas because that's where all the big deals are made. So it'll be very interesting to see as a result of all of this kind of what deals from what packages are created out. After the fact, well, we wanna talk to you again this week. Are you going to be available for us? I'm gonna I'm gonna stay here for a couple of days. Like, I said, I really am gonna I'm gonna be trying the virtual strippers because Lord knows Ford it on my own sorry interference. And then, you know. Here's the problem. I what I'm really worried about this. 'cause you see you see what happens if people put on those VR goggles, and they start doing weird things 'cause they're reacting to what they're seeing. Yeah. I. I'm going to ask you have my legs and arms strapped down. Just. So I don't do anything that might bears myself. And you don't think that wouldn't be embarrassing. Steve, Gregory, ladies and gentlemen. Thanks gave. We'll talk to you. Steve, Gregory, they're live in Las Vegas for CAS. Twenty nineteen k Monika with him. Yeah. Monterey. Just trying to recover wiping her brow. All right when we come back the update on El Chapo and his murder room. Apparently. And don't forget next hour. Another chance for you to win a thousand bucks on the Gary and Shannon show. Monica. Rix has the latest the weird continues guys because a man's been caught on video. Licking a doorbell at a house in celinas for three hours straight. Steve, gregory. The guy never tried to break in early Saturday. The homeowners were out of town. The man also peed on the lawn. Police have identified him he say, he's facing misdemeanor charges. London. Heathrow airport has delayed some flights because of a drone sighting. Just last month and other airport in London had to cancel hundreds of flights because of three days of drone sightings and Sears has rejected a.

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