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"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"But you know if you get hot chico. You might play three or four games. Billy you'll get back in there and if you win you at the end of the year within a game or two l just new so are wiser friends. Debbie and diane were friends and billy was off. Say that he. I don't know you know athletes in other sports. I you know there's guys like Quirky guys i know about but smitty was one of the most unusual guys but if you got to know him and you good you got to understand like this is the way i function. You know he would kinda say he didn't say it like that but you realize don't don't mess with certain things and you're fine be loyal. He'll be loyal I mean he he. And i were the bath but obviously the story about billy aren't true either. He had a chip on his shoulder. That and they kinda teach us outweigh that he'd just say hey. They're trying to steal money out of my pocket. They're trying to prevent me from reaching the goal. I want he says. And that's not gonna happen to whatever it took bill and some of it was well. Today would be spendable. Can't do anything so somebody would end up with a mouthful coho Stick right before from billy. All he was sneaky. And and you know. And and i love billy. That'd be sometimes. Billy that guy there you just. You just hammered he. He's not a bad guy. I mean. I didn't mind one time. I said to him. You know that. Bobby clarke you know. He runs around. He never fight. He's always like trying to get things gone and he's all get them tonight meeting. That would talk like that. I saw the end of the second period down at the old visitors in there. The secondary both meaty fifteen seconds left me dumps the puck in and smith guests. If you're looking at the goal to the right of the goal midi grabs the puck and he stands there and wait. Bobby clark is going to come in for checking like you always did and smid. He's waiting for him really. He took that puck. And when clark he got about oh you know like three strides away. He.
"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"They only won one game but whatever it was in the bathroom nannies. Dry heaving quirky. What was going on. You got the flu. Jesus no he says. I know i gotta fight i gotta fight o. Riley again tonight. Clark did not like that and right. Yeah yeah you know. Some guy's dead. But even dave schultz in his book later fan thought it was just fun and games like world wrestling. But i mean these guys threw punches for keeps and And so like you say gary how it you know. When he started which which was great. They changed the rule but when we started and guys didn't have helmets. You could pull hair. Gary would say yeah the guy could be six to. But i'm grabbing his hair and pulling him down to five eight and then i'm a bottom and that's what kerry would do he and darryl fittler patta fight. There's a whole of famer. Yeah ice finally hit the ice bill and still throwing punches on their knees. They were both tough. And i don't know why people say why you fight so much. I said i really don't know we didn't make much money. Those guys yeah. We didn't really hate each other. I guess 'cause you know the coach said you had to the prevailing Peer pressure was to be tough and fight you know was that time period and So hockey had that crazy reputation. But i gotta tell you we go somewhere you go into a daily for the first time and people say you're chico rush you're with the honors and that was after we first stanley the first playoff. Yeah i didn't even know what delhi's worry people would know that yell at ya really but hey i love long island. It's got a special special spot because my you know my daughter basically was kinda born and raised there. We loved it and great friends and they got a new arena. New arena coming in for the starting next year. Chico finally going to get a new home yeah. We virtual tour last spring Lula morella was on and we we went through the dressing room and all the just four major bar restaurant. I mean they nailed it. Yeah i know a lot of money. They nail that. And you know they tried to keep the ceiling lower and try to pizza stands a little bit more on a slant like the old coliseum So they tried to create the ambience And boy the training center down below the ice surface for the team. You don't shoot pucks and do extra stuff down there really like no other rank and now it's gonna be great gonna be great. Yeah they win exact. That's that's that's the main thing. Chico chico restrooms tonight on the program i want to ask you about billy smith chico. You're the goalie they bring in. Billy smith how did you feel about that meeting. I were really good friends. Okay yeah no. He's one of my. He's one of my but but l. arbor l. Arbor was a master. He never created a rivalry between us. He would say no to number one. you know..
"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Wife still talks about it today. How eighty giacomo came on that. Boston congratulated you know the islanders and we used to say as players. We hated the rangers. We didn't really hate him but we had a kind of fit we hated. The flyers hated apply because they were just a mob of of a mob. China the broad street bullies. Yeah yeah they were anne and it works for them. Then we remember. You'll know third man in so if i'm if i remember clark gillies pounding dave show and fired. Two fires guy jumped them. Which is our fault we should have been. We should know that they were gonna do but so it was. We were the only team. I honestly and i talked to flyers. We were the only team that they knew we could stand up to them. The bruins pretty tough too but Those flyers were just I couldn't well. I still get my blood boiling bill clark. But and most most dupont good guy. We were working together. but I just remember one game in the It was at first year and they thought well. We're going to have to set these guys straight. And i can still remember the crowd just going bonkers from start to finish and you could charge. I remember gary. How would run across the just blow some player flyer apartment. Bobby knight would hammer somebody and you know they had a few guys that would but they never. They never won or dominated now. Yeah i mean. You're right gary how it was. It was a small guy. But you didn't want to mess with gary. How it was. Tough and clark gillies tells the story chico. We got chica rushworth tonight on the program that he got into it with eddie. Hospital are from From the flyers and he went to see him in the hospital. He put him in the hospital and he goes. I'm looking for a guy that looks like at hospodarske. And because his face was rearranged by by. Jeff throw yeah. I remember that fight. Yup poor eddie hospital a good guy he. I gave teammates but he just didn't have the heart but he didn't need it. I remember when we were in the playoffs against boston here. We won the cup and gorton terrier riley are going at it every game so before the game at home. I don't know it was a game. We eliminate him..
"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"I didn't know except i do about those gates than those green uniforms. But i i got a call from bill torrey and he said well we're gonna call you up for a couple of games and we're going to be on the west coast which is really close to fort worth. So i went there and l. arbor told me i was going to play. And you know that franchise was at probably the least interest from their fans of any team so like first game there there was maybe six thousand vance seven and i lost three to one and you know it was fun. I just remember. I made a great save against reggie leach for somebody But then i thought oh jeez. I didn't really impress them. I'm going home. And then they told me. We're gonna take you back to long island. And i had never really. I guess i'd seen the arena but i'd never played in it and we were planning a minnesota north stars right off days later. I got to play that game and we won and you know the rest of this kind of history but yeah no that's it. You got a good memory. Chico yeah you remembered all that stuff How did you feel when they decided to leave the coliseum. I know you with the islanders. Then but Tell us about the the great days and The crowds at the coliseum during the stanley cup year. The first one well you know what happened. When i know the first year he wasn't very good. I'm playing in the minor league next year. I'm still in the minor leagues. But that's plato's to game. So the game. I played against the north stars at night. It was nice. You know like maybe eight thousand. Nothing earth shattering but then we came back the next year and we had gotten Like clark gillies bobby. Bourne danny was there billy harris. I mean gary hollick. Bobby nystrom and hockey was talked back then and fans loved it and i gotta say in the fall of that year you know the fan attitude was pretty much what it had been my team on my fall. Yeah we started winning. I would say around thanksgiving. I remember the first save of that year. I stopped bobby or it was nothing shot. It was from the blue line. But i remember thinking i just thought bobby orr and maybe i can play yes but it was in that you could have stopped it. It was against except it was probably are but anyway right so then we got l. arbor great coach. And then we start not only winning but we start like flyers would come in and intimidate us. Bruins we start at the pound back. And i gotta tell you by after christmas. That building started to feel and there was a feeling of excitement that the fans came to rock and we did too. I gotta tell you bill. Those from you know. Like i say the first of the year on you couldn't wait to play a game. 'cause we thought we could beat anybody and i just painted my mask. I had this new long island right math and and we were winning. And i mean it was it was it was.
"chico" Discussed on WGBB Sports Talk New York
"Talk new york on w. h. e. b. We are in beautiful downtown merrick long island. They're on the way to the station tonight. I saw they have a carnival At the at america at the belmore train station the parking lot. Drying i can ahead over there when the show's finished and shoot those clowns in the mouth with The water pistols to blow up the balloons right brian. Yeah we're we're gonna have some fun go onto tilted well And enjoy ourselves. I think there's a weight limit on there though. So i may have a problem but let's talk about baseball season. Quick all right. That's good that was enough Great difference this appointment expected to go further. The new york mets wait to see where the yankees end up The thirty thirty on the six. Mets entertaining very entertaining. And we'll try to get a few of those guys back on the show in the coming weeks. I like to hear what lenny dykstra has to say. And i'm sure bryan will have the to cut out key ready to go the jets. I'll even killing me since nineteen sixty nine but right. Now we're going to keep the memories a rolling along our next guest. How ice hockey. Goalie and television sportscaster. He played in the nhl from nineteen seventy three to nineteen eighty seven. He wanna stanley cup. Of course with the new york islanders in seventy nine and eighty he served as the color commentator for the new jersey. Devils on msg and msg plus. It's an honor and a pleasure to welcome into the show tonight. Chico chico. good evening. I found that guy was going to be fun. I want you follow through. People are gonna wonder. Did he really ride the filter world. Ri we'll get some pictures. That's for sure. I i gotta some cotton candy and all that kind of stuff and we win a prize. That's worth like one cent after you spent twenty to play the game Bryan we'll we'll we'll chronicle for you. Chico no worry that now you were you were born in moose jaw scotch. Who in one of my favorite names in the world. What's life like in.
Clubhouse beta finally arrives on Android
"The national association of attorneys general sent a letter to facebook. Ceo mark zuckerberg asking him to abandon plans to launch a version of instagram for kids under thirteen. The letter was signed by attorneys general from forty four. Us states and territories saying facebook has historically failed to protect the welfare of children on its platforms. A facebook spokesperson says that the company has just started exploring the product and is committed to not show ads in it. In an analyst briefing sony projected that the playstation five will remain in short supply throughout twenty twenty two so he says it has sold seven point eight million. Ps five units as of march thirty first and estimates fourteen point eight million units will have been sold by the end of this current fiscal year monthly active playstation network users and game sales in the first three months of twenty twenty one declined on the year a new note by apple analyst. Ming chico claims that the earliest apple plans to use its own internally developed. Five g modems would be in. Its twenty twenty three iphone models apple senior vice president of hardware technologies. Johnny strategy told an internal apple town hall in december of twenty twenty that the company had begun developing five g modem following apple's acquisition of most of intel's smartphone spark phone modem business back in two thousand nineteen just in time for its declining userbase clubhouse released a beta of its android app in the us rolling out globally in the coming weeks android users outside. The us can preregister for the beta in the google. Play store clubhouse said the platform will remain invite only for now to keep growth manageable airy interesting time in their clubhouse the insurance company acts are say said at the request of the french government it will end cyber insurance policies in france that reimburse victims for ransomware payments of the policies will still cover the cost of recovery. Speaking at a recent paris roundtable french cybercrime prosecutor johanna browse said that in two thousand twenty only. The usa experienced more ransom attacks than
Kuo: Foldable iPhone in 2023!
"Main chico has a research note out saying that apple is planning to launch a foldable iphone with an eight inch q. hd plus flexible. Oh led display in two thousand twenty. Three quo says apple will ship. Fifteen to twenty million of the foldable iphones. That first year of sales. Cutting macrumors close predicts that foldable smartphones will become a must have for all major smartphone brands. Ed will boost the next super replacement cycle for high end models. And he believes apple is well positioned to be the biggest winner in the device. Trend believes that the upcoming iphone will adopt a silver nanno. Wire touch solution for the device's display. Which will create a quote long term competitive advantage for apple in the device market. This display technology will be needed for future foldable devices that support more than a single. Fold quoting now from quos note. Future foldable devices will require touch technology that supports multiple folds versus only a single fold and current foldable smartphones rollable medium to large size displays and durability when comparing the advantages of the above specifications. The silver nanna wire is similar or superior to stc's why octa and quote quo says that apple is already using silver nano wire for the touch interface of the home pod allowing apple to quote master the technology at a lower cost using small volume production and quote.
Bandits, Not Boko Haram, Responsible for Latest Kidnappings in Nigeria
"And welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on join first of all from a by the journalist chico oduor who has followed the story of nigeria's kidnappings since the boko haram raid on jabbar festival out into this program. Is this spate of attacks on schools. There has been in the last few days in wake some lodge some small some successful some not. In the general scheme of things how common have attacks on schools like this. Become in nigeria. They've become shockingly common to be honest. it's almost at the point. where were the nigerian. Public is feeling fatigue. And that's really scary. Because dis should be front burning stories but sometimes you get people not even wanting to even know the details because we've heard this before so the attack that happened. This past monday was actually the fourth that happened since december and then last year there are several attacks and what we're seeing of course is that these attackers are no longer really affiliated with the boko haram islamist movement. It's now just bandits. Criminals are looking for money and this has become a very very lucrative business. To be honest money is being funneled to rescue these hostages. And that's what's keeping this thing going. I mean from between june. Two thousand eleven march last year at least eighteen million dollars was paid to kidnappers as ransom. So for example in kara with three hundred. Schoolboys kidnapped this past december. We learned that some of the parents started to negotiate with the kidnappers. The boys when they were abducted and taken to the forest of northern nigeria. That's cat seen a state in the northeast. So the kidnapped boys. They started to make contact with their parents. You know with their cell phones and so they're talking to their parents and they're saying bring this amount of money in order for us to be freed so the parents started trying to find ways to do that dropping bags off here and there at designated points so in that case we did see parents collecting money fundraising amongst themselves. Also we're seeing professional gauche kind of coming to the fore and this especially we see with boko haram related kidnappings. So that's how we're saying that we're seeing this in the form of the parents themselves. So it was so desperate raising money for their children and also professional shooters because this is a huge market business. That has come forth win. Stories like this. Get reported beyond nigeria. Obviously the media tends to frame them in the context of boko haram because everybody thinks back to that huge kidnapping of two hundred and seventy six goals from sheberghan in bona state. Many of whom still haven't been found again but if this is now more just you're straight up and down ransom seeking banditry. Do we know if there is any overlap between the bandit gangs and boko haram. Is there any possibility that these bandit gangs are being used as fundraising proxies if you will you know again. I think the pentagon where the kidnapping takes place. Those possibilities do exist for example. The one that happened in december with three hundred. Schoolboys boko haram responsibility. But i'm of the belief that it was not boko haram and what's happening in that part of nigeria. There's been a lot of artistic gold mining and so some people feel that that industry which is a very murky industry extraction of gold is somehow contributing to the rise and kidnappings in northeastern nigeria. Sorry northwestern nigeria which is where it happened in december but casino which is where. We saw the kidnappings in the past. Few days is not part of that. So we haven't really seen much bokram activity in kaduna. In the past few years to be honest do a has been a hotbed of just bandits. Guys who literally take up residence in the forest and for the past five years. We've been seeing these kidnappers first of all attacking motorist going from the buddha kaduna expressway. That's been their operation for the past four years. So if you're trying to go up to do now which is a two hour journey. A journey from asia. You could get kidnapped. But now they've gone and started targeting children but it's the same group of people and they have no bocom affiliation at all to be honest so they went from kidnapping motorist and they target sometimes. The huge lorries of passengers coach buses. That take people back and forth. They could also target taxes that tend to be carrying more well to do nigerians. But now they've realized that kidnapping children it's more
Nigeria kidnappings: What is Boko Haram?
"In almost any country the armed abduction of a single child from its school would be a huge story a crime as rare as it is cruel in nigeria. In recent years the armed kidnapping of entire classrooms has become wretchedly commonplace and recent weeks have seen a further significant uptick of kidnap raids own schools by motorcycle mountain bandits. Dozens of children and several teachers have been taken. Some returned some not the tactic of large-scale school abductions was made infamous by boko haram the islamist militia. Which has spent much of this century menacing northeast. Nigeria in two thousand and fourteen boko haram generated global headlines with the kidnapping of two hundred and seventy six schoolgirls in tabuk in bona state. Many are still missing. It is not clear if any direct role boko haram has played in these most recent kidnappings. It is clear that nigeria has a serious problem. But how does nigeria solve it. Is this crime or terrorism over both and is the remedy policing or counter insurgency. This is the foreign desk. But now they've realized that kidnapping children it's more lucrative. That's literally what this is about. Just where does the money comes from. It really shows you how desperate nigerians have become just to make money the economy ever. Since buhari came into power. It's really gone. Downhill and people are taking desperate measures to make ends meet in fact in the northwest especially. Now it's extremely concerning as the groups have multiplied in terms of numbers. They've grown in terms of strength that mean the jihadist groups are trying to make inroads so we could have a more difficult situation in the northwest. But that doesn't seem to be many a sense of urgency about dealing with these. There is a certain amount of violence. That's involved here. It's it's a form of war not not peacekeeping but that violence has to be located in a broader political strategy of achieving reconciliation. And unless you have that strategy in place more violence almost always just makes things worse rather than better and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on join first of all from a by the journalist chico oduor who has followed the story of nigeria's kidnappings since the boko haram raid on jabbar festival out into this program. Is this spate of attacks on schools. There has been in the last few days in wake some lodge some small some successful some not. In the general scheme of things how common have attacks on schools like this. Become in nigeria. They've become shockingly common to be honest. it's almost at the point. where were the nigerian. Public is feeling fatigue. And that's really scary. Because dis should be front burning stories but sometimes you get people not even wanting to even know the details because we've heard this before so the attack that happened. This past monday was actually the fourth that happened since december and then last year there are several attacks and what we're seeing of course is that these attackers are no longer really affiliated with the boko haram islamist movement. It's now just bandits. Criminals are looking for money and this has become a very very lucrative business. To be honest money is being funneled to rescue these hostages. And that's what's keeping this thing going. I mean from between june. Two thousand eleven march last year at least eighteen million dollars was paid to kidnappers as ransom. So for example in kara with three hundred. Schoolboys kidnapped this past december. We learned that some of the parents started to negotiate with the kidnappers. The boys when they were abducted and taken to the forest of northern nigeria. That's cat seen a state in the northeast. So the kidnapped boys. They started to make contact with their parents. You know with their cell phones and so they're talking to their parents and they're saying bring this amount of money in order for us to be freed so the parents started trying to find ways to do that dropping bags off here and there at designated points so in that case we did see parents collecting money fundraising amongst themselves. Also we're seeing professional gauche kind of coming to the fore and this especially we see with boko haram related kidnappings. So that's how we're saying that we're seeing this in the form of the parents themselves. So it was so desperate raising money for their children and also professional shooters because this is a huge market business. That has come forth
Aaron Rodgers helps small businesses with $1M gift
"Has given out $1 million to 80 small businesses throughout his hometown city of Chico in partnership with the North Valley Community Foundation. Rogers posted videos on Instagram with some of the owners talking about this. Struggle for small businesses to keep their doors open. The Aaron Rodgers small, business covered 19 fund was set up to help support local shops in Chico and Butte County as the pandemic shutdowns cripple the rule economy. Rogers was heavily involved in the recovery efforts following the deadly 2018 campfire in paradise. Roger said he was motivated because he wanted to help preserve the unique charm that makes Chico Special Jensen Raider News
iPhone 13: What Are the Specs?
"Being chico is back with a note about apple says the iphone thirteen will offer the same form factor in screen size as the iphone twelve but with a reduced notch area with the pro models getting faster f. One point eight ultrawide camera with autofocus wells. One hundred twenty heard screen quote. further reports. Apple has no plans to adopt. Us bbc folks. Sorry he didn't think so Future iphone devices They will not integrated touch. Id sensor to the power button again. Either bizarre according to the note also says the iphone se with five. G is coming in h one first half twenty twenty two and predict twenty twenty two. Iphones will replace the notch design with a hole punch camera.
Johnny Pacheco, who popularized salsa music in the US, dies at 85
"Also we have to start the show recognizing The great Johnny Pacheco, Born one as arias by Chico Nipping is uncredible musician wildly dynamic bandleader and record producer. Founding funny a records. Which often was referred to as the Motown of Latin music, and he was hugely important. The evolution of Latin music even popular, rising the term salsa while featuring the leading artists of the genre on his record label. He passed away yesterday at the age
"chico" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"I'm Brian Gorman from her radio filling in for the team. Here on this Christmas Eve. One big story line early on in the pandemic, and really throughout the past couple of months has been the increase in pet adoptions and joining me now to talk more about that. I have killed the Chico manager of Adoption Promotions at the A. S P c. A adoption center. Kelly, Thanks So much for Joining us and tell us about the impact of this pandemic on pet adoptions. Yeah, so I mean, it's just there has been a heroic response all over the country from people willing to open their homes to build softer and the doctor vulnerable animals during the You know, huge period of uncertainty. You know, I know it's been a while since it first started that in the first few weeks of stay at home orders, the S P C, a sawn nearly a 70% increase in animals going into foster homes. Um, there are in New York City and Los Angeles block their programs compared compared to the same period in 2019. And so of course, that's a huge jump. On. We thought, you know nearly 1600 people complete the FCC's online Dr application during the first two months of the pandemic, which in comparison isn't Nearly a 400% increase compared to 2019 and so You know, it's just been such a compassionate response of people wanting to reach out and help and it's so heroic and I I get a little still talking about it. But we don't have the words really, to describe how amazing this outpouring of support all over the country has been Did it catch you off guard at the S P. C. A that all of a sudden There was such a surge in interest like that. You know, I think it got everyone, probably a little off guard, but everyone needed the out, right? I mean, With staff and social distancing orders and you know people needing to stay at home. It had such an impact on shelters. And so this huge turnout of Foster's and the doctors Was there help shelters when they needed it? And so I think I speak for a lot of shelters. When I kind of express the gratitude, and you know how grateful everyone was that all of these people were so willing to open their homes in their hearts to these Almost animal to us so vulnerable at the time. I'm joined by Kelly did Chico manager of Adoption Promotions at the A. S P. C. A adoption center? One of the big concerns When that surge happened was what happens when the pandemic is over or in a couple of months, will will. The individuals who adopted those pats? Will they stick with it? What have we seen on that front? Yeah, You know, I actually don't have data on that off hand. But what shelters have been doing a lot of Children. This is a weird time, right? Everyone's lives there so difficult right now and, well, you know, it's not possible for us to control what's gonna happen to people in a few months or as things kind of start to go back to normal. What we can do is provide them. Tips and tricks to it and bend it towards in the research and thing is be able to keep their cat once things start to go back to normal. Um, so, for example, we encourage everyone to before adopting or even fostering. Think about what you're You know your home and your lifestyle. It's like under normal time. So you know Yes. You're home all the time now, But you know, when things kind of started to, you know, go back to a little bit of what we would consider normal. Are you the type of person who's super active and it's gonna be out and about all the time. Are you still gonna be home all the time. So thinking about things like that before you go into the process can help, you know, kind of make a better match That's gonna It's a baby. You know, long term on there are things you can do in the meantime to so, for example, you know once things start to go back to your normal life. Um, your dog or cat not gonna understand what's happening. You know, they're not gonna understand why you were home all the time. Now, all of a sudden, you're gone all the time. So you know, we encourage doing things like leaving them home for short periods of time using its nuclear just going out for a stroll or going out to do some yard work, Give them a little bit of time by themselves, and you can gradually Increase the amount of time they're left home alone, so that when things kind of do start to go back to normal, it's not so abrupt and cirie for them. I'm joined right now by Kelly, the Chico, manager of adoption promotions at the S P. C. A adoption center. We're talking about pet adoptions increasing exponentially during the pandemic. So, Kelly, do you find that one of the most important aspect of adoptions is that the owner matches the pet. So if you have an active owner It works best with an active pet. If you have an owner that likes to binge watch Netflix all day. It's better to have a pet that's more chill and ready to just kind of lay around the house. Absolutely. There's so many benefits to adopting. But that's one of the huge one. You know that Asked, knows his animals so well, you know, they know their history their needs their behavior, their temperament, their background, their energy level, all of these things that give them a picture of what type of homes that animal is going to succeed in. And so if you're honest with yourself about what your lifestyle is like, if you do go for runs and hides all the time, or if you do just want to sit around and hang out. You know, you can kind of start to think a little bit for yourself about what type of personality of an animal's gonna fit into that. And then the staffing come into it, knowing these animals and help you make such a good match. You know when one thing we always also encourage is keeping an open mind. You know, you might go into it thinking you want a specific creed or specific age based on what your lifestyle is like. Every animal. They have their own personalities, their own trade, their own quirks. And you might need an animal who you were not expecting speed a great match for you, but it is. Now that we're in the holiday season, Do you find that adoptions typically go up regardless of whether or not we're in a pandemic, But do they typically go up around the holidays? Yes, Every, you know, Of course, Every sheltering community is unique, right? But Considering the holidays and the rest of the year is the whole about 6.5.
Washington DC To Temporarily Ban Indoor Dining Starting Next Week
"The D. C will pause indoor dining next week way here that the band will only last for a matter of weeks, Deputy Mayor John Felt Tell Chico tells us that the band will start on December 23rd of 10 p.m., and it will end on January 15th again Breaking news tonight w T. O p confirming that D C will pause indoor dining starting December 23rd that evening. It comes on the same day that the Restaurant Association of Maryland filed suit to block indoor dining bands in Montgomery, Prince Georges and Baltimore City.
Vatican: Pope John Paul II ignored abuse claims to promote McCarrick
"Report report on on the the disgrace, disgrace, former former archbishop archbishop of of Washington Washington says says bishops, bishops, cardinals cardinals and and Popes Popes within within the the Catholic Catholic Church Church downplayed downplayed or dismissed reports for years that Theodore McCarrick was a sexual predator. Earlier We spoke with Washington Post Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan, whose lengthy report is now online. We talked about the news that Pope John Paul the second knew of the claims against McCarrick nearly two decades before McCarrick was removed the allegations and in kind of a telling way. Are more specific when you're talking about what was being discussed locally among the priests and bishops, and then they got, you know very systematically sanitised. They reached their way up the chain. You could see that page by page in this report. But enough reached John Paul, the second in 1999 and 2000. There was some I'd say I'd call it a protracted discussions about whether my character their next job is archbishop of Washington. And it was clear of that point to John Paul that McCarrick was sharing beds. With young men with seminarians, and at least it was, it was clear that there were allegations about that, and John Paul would have also been made aware of Some anonymous letters that had been describing McCarrick ahs a predator. So he went ahead after receiving a testimony written from the carriage himself. Denying all of that and saying that he'd never had sex with anybody. Ah, decided to make the character archbishop of Washington and then and then soon after, Cardinal and we know what happened. Now, how does this report treat the actions of Pope Francis and the inaction prior to him? The frakking McCarrick I'll give you I'll give you an answer you'll hate, which is that I'm on page 1 79, and there's there's about 300 more to go like I can speak to that only based on the summary. Uh, It was like the Mueller reports for Catholicism here, so let's let's see what little parts are hidden away in the footnotes. You know, you can't just take take the first word for it, but Seems to give the current pope a bit of a past framing it. As you know, he'd he'd been assuming that his predecessors had been had properly. Evaluated the Rumors are allegations against the character and the character that point was really not carrying on is active role in the church anymore, so he didn't he didn't take action until A clear allegation of abuse of a minor emerged in 2017, and that led to the character removal from from from service in the priesthood and that ultimately the frakking in 2019. Washingtonpost, Rome bureau chief Chico Harlan 12 44. Whether it's being on the
Shaughnessy Otsuji is the Restorative Tattoo Artist Changing Peoples Lives
"So you and your husband who had just met downstairs you guys tattoos studio together now right and he do. Yeah. So what's it all about? So it's called Studios Chico a lot of people can't pronounce it properly our main goal like we had both worked Tattoo studios in the past that were very particular. Kind of that shopper, you see like skulls and flames on the walls and there's metal music playing and yeah, I, mean as comfortable as we were in those locations, it's not the type of clients that I was getting. They're not gonNA be comfortable like I. Do get some some Grandma's here and there and people that just don't have tattoos. So we wanted to create something that no one had ever really seen in something those a little more comfortable and a little bit spa. Alike. But kind of catering two more women I was reading online that the name of the studio has a special meaning in Japanese. Yeah. So my husband's Japanese. We both love just like a lot of Japanese design, a lot of fashion influenced by Japan and we wanted something unique like a unique name that wasn't just like beauty bar or something like that. We wanted it to stand out and means something a little bit more. So the words Sushi Oh, is Japanese for little stabs. It's actually like a meticulous kind of embroidery style that's done on a lot of indigo dyed fabrics. So it's just very detailed and it kind of makes sense for what we do sums up what you do, and so in this shop from what I understand, the research that I did online, you guys have all of restorative tattoos that you do downstairs but then you have sort of like a sister business upstairs or something. For hairline that'll about. So originally stew Chico Carnival encompass like all types of cosmetic tattooing recently branched out. I. Don't know if you're aware of all the artists that are studio but Shea, she does browse with us her husband Shannon he's from Australia. He specializes in the Scout. Micro pigmentation is to work under our name, and then we decided to kind of separate it just because a lot of the men that were coming in. Didn't feel as comfortable being in a room full of women or like coming up to the front desk and kind of explaining why they were there. So creating not separate entity I think has really worked out well, almost like a man cave upstairs. So what is what is it? It's like they reproduce like follicle looking hairs it. Yeah. So it's it's honestly tattooing tiny little dots on the scalp little flecks of hair so. It just creates a fuller look for people that are thinning or if they're completely bald it on top, just bring back that hairline very natural looking
"chico" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Neighborhood. All right now he gets up. What were you scared of? As Aquinas. Bring Aventine into the neighborhood. Mean? Hello? No there. I mean, what were you scared of? As a kid? Well between the gangland Llorona Chico, I must say in water, Chico, and I don't know if anybody out there hurt Then what is it? Your article. They call it the second. It was a man with this. I wanted to explain that you can't explain it. Yes, Loba Chico. It's a man with the fact they used to steal the kids, so they're usually either calmly in a couple of homeless men who used to come to the town that I lived in a scene on the largest drop and He'll be very scary and dirty and very scary. So randomly, kids will move out of the town or things like that. That there will be remembered. If I n remember how particles So I was I was scared. My mom would say either you come down or over, Chico is going to come. I'm going to call him. Lord have mercy without because we don't want to see you. I love how they would see someone to be like. Yeah, That's him, You know, saying you're randomly deny me your pal, You're like, Oh, my God. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. He's here for somebody so You were out there made a robot is steel. So still the kids? Yeah. Yeah. Going everything you can think of a man Do you have keys now? I do. I do have a kid. Have you ever used any of that on your kid's among you? And I used the Chucky. I don't know. I don't say sorry. Just in years to come. They're going to be called in the morning shows in army for my mom used to say you know their daughter Chuckie Murder Chucky doll. Already. I hit it Big boy's neighborhood.
California wildfires: Smoke turns skies orange
"Staying high up with little impact air quality at the ground level. That's according to Jan. All a meteorologist at Golden Gate Weather Service's most of the smoke is staying aloft and air quality levels in the Bay Area are not terrible. People in the sensitive category need to be careful. But for most other people, outdoor activities are not prohibited. At this point, no says the bulk of the smoke is coming from fires north of the region like east of Chico, and even as far as southern Oregon. He says. We can expect the orange skies to last a couple more days as we wait for big fires to be contained or the winds to shift. In
Evacuations in California and Oregon as destructive fire outbreak engulfs region
"Bracing for a challenging night with wildfires burning in western state in Oregon, the sky Zahra glowing red so much smoke in the air. It's blocking out the sun. Numerous wildfires are burning, including one around Medford that is destroyed. At least 600 homes. Oregon Governor Kate Brown if you are asked to evacuate Do so immediately and in Northern California, near Chico, a wildfire has roared back to life and their victims who have been burned A B
How To Teach History
"So, what what do you do with history? What's your basic? Approach, while I will say this, you're the one who taught me how to teach history in my early homeschooling years so I do it very much the way that you Michelle For sure we've always taught history in order when I was in school I was always confused about when things were happening and how things were related to each other. When I learned about historical figure, it wasn't in context of where they were or when they lived and I never knew how things connected I I remember in fifth grade we did this project about the Aztecs and. Each like our teachers split us into groups and each group was doing a different hands on project by the Aztecs and it was a great project. I remember vividly how the Aztecs built their village or town right on top of the lake and that that's what my project was about and I remember that but I also remember having no idea when the Aztecs happened in history, I had no concept of win. That was I thought they were very, very ancient people that was my impression. And that turns out not to be true they actually were. More. In the colonial era, they were much more modern. Yeah I think that was the problem with my early education history is it just lacked connections I didn't understand what history could teach me because I didn't have any contextual basis for the people, the places, the events, I didn't have a complete picture in my mind. So that's been one of my goals with my kids is to help them see the big picture of history and to be able to. Know when and where things happened. So, let's back up and just start with when we say history exactly. What do we mean? First of all history starts with the earliest civilizations and I think that's something that. People. Get confused about because we know that there were caveman and. There's this whole Earth history that happens before the subject of history, but the academic subject of history starts with the earliest civilizations. Well. And that's not because the people who came before weren't important. It's because the people who came before didn't write down their stories in any way we don't have an archeological record of them not much and we don't have. Any records at all of them, they didn't build cities that we can go back and excavate. The academic subject of history is just the story of human civilization. That's what is. I often tell my kids. This is why it's so important for you to write down your stories because anyone who didn't have a record of their people or their lives or anything that happened. That kind of. With time and so history we're looking at, Hey, let's look at the story of the people who have lived on the earth and it's totally find teach about cavemen but there's not a lot of actual information that we know when we don't have any written records. So so layers of learning starts with the earliest civilisation. Yeah. We start with Sumer and the Yellow River valley in China and the Norte Chico People in South America. That's that's the beginning of the subject of history and we're looking at how did people create the first civilizations as they began to settle down and be able to live in a place. How did that happen? What contributed to them being able to do that and so yeah, we always start there in history and then as we go along, it includes the story of human beings, nations, cities, especially the great figures in history the heroes, the even the villains civilians to definitely but we learn about those people who somehow contributed and made a difference in the world whether good or bad. And I think we look at those things because it teaches us lessons for now. It's important to look back so that we can be educated for our lives now. Right right now, we are living at a point in history. We're making history were part of that whole subject, and if we study history, we can study all of the things that led up to. Now we can see this progression and some of its progress, and some of it is regression. We human societies tend to go through these cycles and there's Warren Destruction, and there's also building in great art and looking at all of this together is the subject of history I think that's one of the really interesting things that I have noticed as I've taught my kids history. I think a lot of people believe that we started with almost nothing in the history of the world, and then we little by little built up to this point that we have the Internet and technology and invention, and actually if you look back in history, my kids were amazed when we were studying ancient Greece and ancient Rome and they were saying if they just had the internet, they probably had pretty much what we have today. Mom they were a pre industrial society they had factories so anciently. They were very much like we are, and then it collapsed. Yeah. Followed Rome even before the Roman Empire the Mojo Daro people in India where at the same level that Rome was, but you know thousand years earlier. So it has happened over and over through history. So it's really interesting. One of the things that we learned from that is hey. Next year tomorrow who knows we could be reverting back in the exact same way that they did we are not immune in any way. And it hasn't just progressed and progressed and progressed. It has gone through cycles of change over time, and so there are lessons all along the way if we learn history in that Lens. and. Partly for that reason, Karen that that we can see progression and we can see cycles partly for that reason, we study history in order, and partly for the reason, we already talked about that it's important to have context you need to understand. Things that are going on at the same time in history you need to understand that this person came before that person that this war led to this event. Those progressions are important in history. So to teach it in order, I think vital.
"chico" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Know you'll. You'll see people usually rude. People in the restaurants you know working in the restaurants with people who are. T taxi drivers or UBER DRIVERS WHY? Why do you suppose that something? That's in people's brains why do you think that maybe they? They treat people like that Abed. Higher. Like. Maybe they think they're better than you. So they're trying to maybe that's their little way of trying to feel superior elect you. Yeah. I think. Serve. The. Barrel. Yeah, no, that's a good. That's a good method. because. They're probably not used to it. You know they're not probably not used to you just some standing up to go hey, come on don't treat me that way. Anybody. Screaming. So. What do you do when you're not uber driving what kind of hobbies or what would you like to do outside of overdriving spend the time with Volley. At School. So do you ever take time off? Do you get a chance to off work to hang out with them? We should take Oh that's good. Firework up. Oh my gosh Monday through Santa Bait for ten hours a day. Oh, my gosh. How many times a day? Do you get a chance to eat?.
"chico" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Little bit I just want to hear what you're saying better what what So how often do you work? Do you work every day? Ten hours everyday driving. Oh, my gosh. So what tricks do you have to to To Let's say how how do you not have road rage? How do you? What are some tricks us to not get frustrated with with crazy drivers and stuff? Harbor. You. Sometime. Writers, offered. Oh Jeez. Berry. They went to. make us to something illegal. You don't. mind. That is crazy so they expect you to just. Really. Cared about them you right. Right. But. Little. There's some that are very rude and they went to. The act you I mean you're not. Going to. Or? Legal. Team like. Broken traffic loan. Oh. Jeez. Why do you suppose people? I've always wondered about this because you know you'll. You'll see people usually rude. People in the restaurants you know working in the restaurants with people who are. T taxi drivers or UBER DRIVERS WHY? Why do you suppose that something? That's in people's brains why do you think that maybe they? They treat people like that Abed. Higher..
"chico" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"This is crazy if I go a steady seventy. Miles an hour. The says that. Out of this take of gas that I have here, I'll actually I actually travel four, hundred, sixty miles. I can get four hundred and sixty miles out of this taking. This is crazy. Oh my God. It was interesting when I filled up earlier announced just driving around town going you know whatever? Thirty miles an hour thirty five. It said that the I would have three hundred miles. Say I got four to sixty miles. Cruising man. I think it's seven hundred miles to get to Chico. All CHICA local. Seven hundred miles away. Seeing I'm going to get four seventy miles. Interesting Wow That's cool. That's really cool. So. In this book in the spell book you You you right down to your right down to the universe universe. Thank you for this is if it already happened. You just you just let it take its. Let it, take its course. Manifestation. So I think the universe for safe travels. To. Jaren Back A. Good. Yarn and baby. I woke up at five. Now passing the fields. Fields of cows. See fields of cows. and. It was feel bad when I see these fields, these cows they're out there just dirt. Such, close proximity hanging out with each other. While in. Him. See right down you. That's your spell book. Try It. See what happens. Right out the things. down. To write them down. What's interesting is during this quarantine during the span damage everyone is just kinda worried about themselves. They're not really. Like. Before before quarantine. There's just a latte more. Selfish going around. Look at this cool thing I bought. Here's this place and traveling. Now, it's kind of happening starting to have a little more. You know the Byrd are getting under doing stuff. But. It was interesting because no one was paying attention. Because there wasn't that attention there wasn't necessarily the audience. There's just less. There's less of it. Where is he so look Horsey? Three or Four horses. Driven Wow Man what's sweet. Animal Sweden Sweden animals? Drive past fields and cows. WOKE UP AT FOUR In, the mission was leave at five. I. Think I. Left it like five ten. Years gotTA got a renegade. We've got a renegade riding on ride my tail. Regatta ran engaged or Mateo. Renegade. Bed and not failed to speed. Speed on been little pass. By Yossi. You ran a gay. Man Taylor. Rail Game You. Say Laugh. Bid Phase. To speed on the buyers get sound. ME. Because I don't want him to. Smash Nah. 'cause I don't want them to smash the back of my car. netflix luckily wearing my seatbelt. So why would and fly them I said I got. On my tail read. A non failed to speed down. So, it doesn't crash in the May. I saw head and crashes on Yes. Crash. God. Down on say. A dollar, amount. To. Sacramento to seventy. Five. Sacramento close to San Francisco. Take. Share remembered, would they just sit there but it looks like San Francisco's closest Sacramento. GotTa Ran Day e Java? Skit that spell book right down your spells. It's my advice to you. And may be Roy rewarded. For doing the best you can with what you got. You got my stamp of approval. As, can of.
Chico names new police chief
"Coming out of the Chico Enterprise Records? So Tico has a new police chief Matt Madden will remove his interim title and become the official police chief for the Chico Police Department. So he's been interim. Yeah, he's been doing this a while and now he's got the official Now you have the official title. Congratulations. Thank you very much, sir. Washington
Fun Summer Recipes with Essential Oils Featuring Kati Falzone
"Katie. Thank you so much for sitting down to talk with us today. Thank you so much for having me. I'm thrilled to be here. So a big question that gets a lot in the essential oil is, can I use essential oils in cooking? Yes absolutely you can, and it's one of my favorite ways to use them a many people don't realize that. So many adulterers essential oils are safe to ingest, but they are and they are great replacements for Menia. Typical and spices that we use in cooking, and this is especially convenient for me when I'm out of fresh or dried herbs, which is often. So for example, just a couple of as. Like to use ours, we love to add things like Oregano oil and basil oil to our spaghetti sauce. We get the added health benefits said than guessing oils and we're really boosting the flavor. Another example of a way we love to use them in a recipe we is often are pro bowls. We love to replace fresh ginger we lead to replace it with. Injure essential oil because they never seem to have ginger in the house and this turns out beautifully. I love all of those suggestions and you're so right we always seem to be out of the exact herb or whatever we might need for recipes. So it's so convenient to have these essential oils on hand as a backup or as our primary source for these recipes. Absolutely. What are the biggest things that we need to remember when we're cooking with essential oils? That's a great question I. think There's really two major points. That I consider when I'm cooking. I is really about safety we want to ensure that the oil were using his actually safe for internal use. So we only want to cook with oils that have a supplement facts label on the bottle and don't tear does a beautiful job of putting these supplement acts labels on every bottle that saved to ingest oils without a supplement facts label are really better suited for aromatic or topically. Because of the intense level of testing that dough Tara's I know that there are no fillers can pesticides, etc. In my oils, I would never use oils from a big box store in my food for this. The second tip I have is a little bit goes a long way. So I think we already know that essential oils are incredibly potent. It's been said that they are more potent than traditional herbs and spices, which means that you make use a teaspoon of ground cinnamon in a recipe, but she would never use a teaspoon of cinnamon essential recipe. So. If you're unsure how much you should use, it's best to start small and work your way up. So you can start by to the dipping a toothpick into the bottle and then swirling it around into your recipe. Until you get that flavor that you desire the citrus oils tend to be lighter, you may want those but some of the stronger herbs and spices such as Oregano time and cinnamon can be very powerful even with just one to hit. So those are the two things that I think about that always want to remember when I'm cooking with essential oils. Those are excellent advice I know it can be a little intimidating to try and substitute essential oils if you don't exactly know the conversion but starting small I think is key. Yes. So Katie to wrap us up today can you share some of your favorite summer recipes use essential oils? Absolutely a have two categories here, drinks and food and I'll just make a couple down. The first is really simple and I think this is where a lot of us get started with using wealth internally I gave up soda years ago I really really loved the carbonation and. They come with soda but I don't want a you know the added sugars and things like that. So now I have sort of a daily practice of adding my citrus oils to sparkling water and I'm sort of on a quest to find the most bubbly out there. Found Topa. Chico is incredibly bubbly. Pellegrino is another favorite, but I love to add line it's my favorite but also wild orange grapefruit those are great as well.
WeChat ban in the US could impact iPhone sales globally
"A note from analyst Ming Chico looks at the potential impact on iphone sales of the US executive order banning transactions with we chat. Now, if we were only removed in the US quo predicts, iphone shipments would fall three to six percent. If removed globally quoc's sees iphone shipments declining twenty five thirty percent with shipments of other apple products like backs and ipads, and the Apple. Watch. Declining fifteen to twenty five percents and apples. Latest earnings reports greater China accounted for roughly fifteen percent of Apple's quarterly revenue. So you know it's it's something that's very important to the company expects apple suppliers LG attack and genius electronic. Optimal. Rather also adversely affected. Yeah. We talked about on Friday that. is dominant in everyday life in. So many ways in China and quo has put a number on that of how that would impact apple if a Chinese customer and other places that use we chat, you know ex pats and tourists. Looked at it and say, well, I can't buy this. It doesn't have we chat on. Right I I don't think it's going to be blocked anywhere outside of. The US right. So the first number I. believe the predicting the iphone chips fall three to six percent if it's blocked in the US that make sense to me but as you said, like China lives in breezy. It'd be really difficult to imagine it not being on iphones that were sold and distributed inside of China and three to six percent. It's not nothing but that's a lot easier to overcome and maybe try to grow your way past than twenty five to thirty percents for sure apple will be fine. I am not too worried about minted billionaire Tim Cook. Yes. He's going to make his way out of this but yeah, I. I am curious if there's even going to be a band or if there is what what how it manifests and we'll these executive orders be challenged all of that. So we got a ways to go on all of that stuff before we haven't already but I think this analysis is important to say like, all right we don't know what really is going to happen. But if this happened, this would be our best guests on its impact at least on. That's right. Yeah.
Cyber Safety, How to keep your identity protected using mindfulness and practical tactics
"How you doing Sandra? Hi. How are you doing? Thank you for having been your show. So, matty here. Right absolutely. So we're talking today about identity and cyber. Theft here. So give us a little bit idea on what that's about what does identity theft what is cyber theft? What does all that stuff? Of course? Let me start why I started. Niger, any may be. Definitely will get into into whether they cybersecurity are cybercrime or identity out. That okay with you. Sure. So I was returning a many many years ago I was returning from these things. Colombian. So I mean, the plane were landing in Miami and the pound announces that Homeland Security. Were boarding the plane. I course to ask for a handed to the to the agent and at the time I, head out these. It was relocated recently to the US. Ns I had my passport to the agents. then. He's next thing I know I'm the only one that being score of the plane by the two officers. And enthroning to the room you the. Famous rooms. that. Are In airports in I, don't know what's happening. Out. I'm about to connecting fighting my husband's waiting for Chico. So ten hours later and handed back my passport and is revoked. Few weeks later I mean Venezuela my native country and I'm trying to process my. Mom to processing again, you sign I had a lot of support from Maya Turks from my former employer journey. So we are in to again and. It was interesting officials. They kept asking me about China. Why we're doing China. China who is your contact? Like I never been in China. beating know what they were talking about. Some how when? S Model China go to hold of my information and was smuggling women into the US using my identity. Yes. So humid slate, you know everything I convinced, of course, a smuggler I gave my new visa and a back home two weeks later and returning from Euro my job requirement to travel a lot. And as we are going to. Control. I. Give My passport booth. I'm right back into that room. Because I have to. The, real me over and over that for six years. Yeah. So when I going everything was Chinese I. Mean it was really crazy at nobody wanted to travel with me a united in my almost wanted to travel with me. and. Finally. made the citizenship, my aspirin I changed my. Everything Courses Okay and at the time I was working tonight not. Having in the industry for over Twenty Years Community? It non no it was identity. It was not in the news. He was not like every day right now at breach or cyber drive or this or that. Back back in that day in that time, it wasn't so I couldn't make the connection. So few years later, I changed my career and I join cybersecurity cybersecurity? Area. Industry. And I realized what happened to me, and what happened you know when someone takes your identity with Tony, personage you for their gate. and. You know eat my corporate career I did that I? was very passionate about. Training and education awareness and Allison Park job that I enjoy the most. So I wanted to Redo it at a bigger scale as I left my corporate all by did your original question about what is at Know when stolen takes something from you. And wince when they break into your life, and that can be very dramatic experience and it can be for many reasons financial reasons it could be for. Someone inside your company that has. Either made a mistake or by attention. Jober that is you and ninety. Attack you could be for like in my case, there was a vying for for that criminal to have my identity so he can use it for him. So there are many life happens. It's It goes on all the time. We don't always hear about identity theft on the news I might do commercials about it. You know when the advertising different products, but it's something that a lot of us don't even really hear about. So how does that happen? How does someone? Get your information. So you can happen. Through many different things that can happen through your social media, it can happen through your email can happen through when you give out your credit card in a restaurant. It could happen when when when you ride formation with with a doctor. Often, office I mean, there are so many ways. Jury information can be obtained. We share a lot in social media share. Many different things. That are personal and that that is one thing that can use. Of you do that. You know sometimes we don't hear the news a lot about identity issue i. think we should do a because there's a new victim, every two seconds. A new victim I mean someone right now? has just being victim of identity DOPP and there's different decrease appointed. You know sometimes we someone let's say takes your credit car. And data charges in your credit card and probably most have had situation and the bank context you. Just have to get a new credit car. Scare of it. So it's a degree of identity theft is in the financial. Hesitation of identity theft, but it is. Your credit car on and bought things on your behalf. But it wasn't as faithful as many other situations are obviously. More were personnel or or moines more invasive.
Healing Pain With Michael Bijker
"What's up action tribe EEG here host and founder of my seven. Chuck. My seven Jaquez Dot. COM The show where we help you expedients war healing more weakening, and of course, more abundance in all its forms than today's episode we talk about some really important and powerful and amazing topics including Yoga Brown I am a travel healing living a life of purpose and So if you're interested in any of these topics are all then make sure that you listen ill very end because I've got a special guest that I wanted to introduce to you. Whose name is Mikhail biker Mikhail is the founder of the life. Project Lap and he has practiced and studied training and meditation since the age of fourteen and studied Chico and yoga since having to recover from its aveer car accident that happened to the year two thousand and one by the powerful methods of Ji Gong and Yoga and aggressive guard. He was able to recover from injuries off which medical professionals considered. He would probably not he'll, and since then his life is dedicated to helping others learned these wonderful techniques techniques that are not only give you. Focus and strength but also makes us realize what we truly are and what is calling and where does the essence of life. So Mikhail really great to have you on the show. Thanks for joining me. Thank you for for having me. Thank you for having me youthful days created. Soviet. Usually starter show with an inspirational court. So is there a court that's sort of on your mind right now and how do you apply it in your day to day life? I what I find especially lately, very very inspiring is is the quotes that you cannot drive darkness out of the world's by fighting darkness but by my shining light and I think especially. It's always been like that but I think especially now it's very easy to become a little bit negative feeling. You have to resist things in in life and fight against the things were system or a disease. It's I think most importantly for human beings as an individual what you can do an repower that you have is to start to really Stein, the light of awareness consciousness lifeguard however wants to call it within so that you can start to become a positive five in your surroundings for your family for for for this whole world to add something who live instead of just complaining and fighting this. Become a shining spirit because that's in essence what we are our full of for start that you shared we can't fight darkness darkness. We have to use a different strategy over here. Because otherwise, it's going to be very stressful anxiety driving and mark useful and so are we need to do alluded to is use these different practices these techniques, these ways of thinking that will allow you to eliminate the light that has already within you or shine it in the right areas so that I. May Be facilitated the healing of people around you as well as collectively in the word where is I think a good place to begin with but let's start from the beginning Mikhail. How did it all begin for you? Where did you grow up as a child I grew up in the Netherlands and I was raised in a Christian family and I got a lot of beautiful values in my in my life in my raising as the upbringing and Yeah. especially a lot of what what the? The teachings of Jesus that you have to be loving and kind forgiving and all these qualities I. Always found very inspiring. Later on I win a little bit on my own path the not. Very. Much Christianity. But still I find very beautiful. Everything's that Jesus said everything spot on but then I went on my own path and I got more. I found it interesting. How without theory? How without reading certain stories or a theory about what God is or what life is without theory to experience directly the truth the essence of this reality because a story, it's GonNa help or an idea but it's it's with the mind if you know what I mean but experiencing it a feeling is, is above the mind you do it with with the heart if you know what it means. So then I got more in to meditation into instill nece experiencing life experiencing God's there's Universe is reality this creation and finding that reality? Is Different experience for everybody. But in essence, it can only be experienced and not really be told
"chico" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The people that Chico and doggone it I thank you for that so you're so welcome well it's you know it's a team effort to put on it S. new show so it's it really is you know I want to thank those that helped make all the wheel spin and yeah I know that you are from Chico so it's kind of a shout out to your hood so happy to that we have we have a heck of a team guy here now when we have a lot of people over the years that I've gone to Chico state who worked in our building so just a little shot I like to keep that I like it you keep it in the mix Kitty not helping doing well yes please was this Wednesday I know I still wake up in the morning I'm like we know when you're just waking up I think what day is this Wednesday right yeah I have to really think about it yeah yeah I know it is especially since the soul sheltering in places like that one wonder that about people who are retired you know like after you retire among the many people you're you're it's a grind you know you're working your whole life and may you just can't wait for the weekend Kitty like all my gosh at work and so far I can't wait for the weekend and then when you retire that what if the weekend is a profound to you is is important as it used to be you know I guess other people still have to work in a week so it's time to get together but I mean if they get one of the days kind of bland I know people are in that situation I do well maybe they'll tell you tonight if you're talking about I don't know what you're going to I wasn't going to okay she well it could happen you watch if someone could call me right now in they can just start the that that conversation what I like about the show from seven to ten PM that's what we do are flexible we have things to talk about but we open up the phone for people and and whatever's on their mind so some of the things that could be part of it tonight but how about some good news missing boys found that's great ha it's like better news yeah got better news pardon me I I take back the better part of what I meant is some some more good news it looks like baseball is going to be starting here unless they're teasing us movies are going to be open is this song really the greatest song of all time I heard a guy say he uses this song is the greatest song of all time R. four H. FFA phone call so much going on the powerwall so seventy ten hello hello cannot going on there thanks so much Pat to Instagram for the one the only the original Pat Walsh show Kitty here and I'll be back tomorrow at four for your afternoon news on news ninety three point one K. if you can live everywhere on the I heart radio at Sacramento's number one for breaking news traffic and weather was ninety three point one F. B. K. your favorite things feel made for you your education should to university of Maryland global campus formerly university of Maryland University College was made to serve the military and.
"chico" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Ranch lands foundation at Chico basin ranch plans to distribute the ground beef this Friday at the Hanover fire station in el Paso county you can go to ranch lands dot com for more info Bill Gates says a nationwide shutdown would be the most effective way to slow the spread of the corona virus he wrote an op ed in The Washington Post post saying that he's spoken with experts who say national policy would be more effective than having some state issued a stay at home order while others remain open gates called the current situation a recipe for disaster and said the U. S. needs a consistent nationwide approach to shutting down today's census day millions of Americans are urged to fill out the questionnaires online this week this is going to be the first time that people can fill out the responses online however and that has raised a red flag for some on the other hand households might prefer that method due to the covert nineteen pandemic NBC news radio's mark Mayfield and everybody's been talking about that Netflix documentary tiger king it's about the breeding of exotic animals it's been a big hit but did you know that some of those big cats are now living in weld county the owner of the wild animal sank Raniere Keansburg has taken in nearly forty of the Tigers bred by tiger kings and Joe exotic the sanctuary owner said he would have taken more if he hadn't been worried about a possible confrontation with armed men at the Oklahoma breeding site that placing cans were by the way awesome if you get up there yeah I think they're open I went to their website it didn't say anything about being close now I'm more fascinated and I'm even watch tiger king as well I think I will too now I know what I've got going on this week coming up Douglas county sheriff Tony Spurlock joins us live he's talking about this enforcing the stay at home order there in Douglas county and how that's going first traffic every ten minutes to deal with this morning they just walked off the right lane of south of I. twenty five and fifty eight also eastbound I. seventy Peoria westbound I. seventy Peoria left lane blocked in both of those spots lot of construction going to be happening all throughout the day now with lighter traffic but.
"chico" Discussed on Ninja News Japan
"Everything to be above board. Whatever you know what they're getting into get with paying for and to be happy with the product again it's all it's all about happiness and satisfaction no no arguments there since we're still in creepy home town. There's a new anti groper smartphone amp APP and it's a really interesting thing they're actually doing because it seems like it could be effective. The first stage is that I'm standing. I'm a very attractive woman. Not really again. This is not virtual youtube area. But I'm a very attractive woman on the train and then someone touches me in an improper way. I use the APP on my phone. The APP on my phone. I think it does send a message to the train conductor a he can then say over the loudspeaker of the whole train that there's Chico in car number whatever number five and that will a hopefully the person to stall be make everyone on that train car very aware of what's going on so they might be looking out for them but primarily attracts attention and that kind of attention isn't thing that the Chica that's what they don't want people who get attention then at the next station security team will be waiting at the platform so they're actually testing the system. Now this is work. They're gonNA actually open it up to everybody and everyone can use. It actually seems a really good idea because one of the biggest problems is that you're on a train it's crowded and someone touches a woman inappropriately and he just started disappeared into the crowd. That's how busy these trains are. I'm really hoping that this kind of work. The problem is the security team when they're waiting at the platform. There's no way for them. To actually a witch person actually did the touching but.
"chico" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of the Chico enterprise record and an old trail that has been close for about two years is reopened in the. Lassen national park. little north of here and this jail was built in the nineteen thirties by conservation cores and has sustained a lot of damage over the years and they closed up for about a year and a half so the locals call it the route to health they do do we know why I'm. interesting to find out why they actually call without you know. well so they they require area I'm not totally sure why but it's cute it's the main trail to an area called Bumpass hell in Lassen volcanic national park is hell well hello I think every because it's a volcanic park perhaps that has to be dealt with that's probably that's probably at now this is your system across. I don't know about that but I mean it it makes sense and less than is gorgeous all my gosh I mean seriously we we are so blessed in this region we can just drop in another earth and experience all of the beauty in just a couple hours if you haven't been up there it is in the northeastern section of our state and it is a beautiful park yeah fire lake emerald lake and and beautiful trails and the route to help in all candor hoops to right right to do this blinking yeah you've got you've got it all one such a all right thank you very much sack okay coming up we're going to check our top stories of the hour plus we'll have Kelly brothers and the federal reserve has announced that it is cutting interest rates what does that mean actually though for you we'll have that. I think her voice every ten minutes on the ten this morning. why it's got on the freeways around Sacramento mornings and afternoons look. traffic hazard in the number two we move you news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. no one has your classic rock because this fall starting with test on September eighteenth. warming hits like modern day cowboys love song in the way it is. and get ready for the legendary oreo Speedwagon on September twenty fourth. and don't miss a night with Janis.
"chico" Discussed on KCRW
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"chico" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Amount of narrative because you could say it was the most amount of unfinished business. He spoke last week about how this was a group that didn't necessarily have unfinished business with the exception of Latrice who as she expresses here felt like she should not have been eliminated. Brench? Gimme your overall. I don't want to say are you team Monique or team Latrice? But how did you feel about the arguments coming from both sides on this? I felt like this was terrible. Look again for Latrice. I don't know what the fuck. She's doing does. She really think that she's doing herself any favors here. I had someone who follows me arch. I'm not even sure she follows me. But I retweeted her name is NIA on Twitter. She said as someone who got into drag race late all-stars four was a terrible introduction to Latrice royale. And I have to agree. I don't understand what she's doing because she comes off as an entitled. Hope that's what she does. She comes up as an idol bitch. I don't understand how she can sit there and act like, okay. Well, it's I understand my feelings are not hurt. But. But and they'll say, it's not personal. But because later in the episode Chico's, well, it's not personal. But it's personal unlike so what what are you saying? Then like, do you not understand that you did awful? Like, let's go back in time. Trees like episode one. Yes. You maybe deserved to be in the top. Maybe maybe deserved to get critiques and episode to what we saw what happened during episode three. Maybe not your fault. But it wasn't a good look, and you lost a cool again during snatch game and episode for you were clearly the worst of everything she's like, well, I didn't have a problem with the fact that you eliminate a me I had a problem with that you were disingenuous. What you Sam bring disingenuous win, according to Monique. Yeah. I'm correcting her because I don't wanna make it sound like a stupid bitch. Like seriously, genuine is not a word. I don't know. How many times I have to say this? It's not a word this Ingenio us. Okay. Anyway, moving on. So she says, I don't understand. I don't I don't think that you were. I think you were honest about. The way you eliminated me. And like all Monique said was I love this bitch. She's sickening. She is the real sensation. And I have to give it. I mean like Monique was nervous. Eliminating Latrice Bletry's is a fan favorite. But Monique did what she had to do. I don't know. Again, Leon can you please tell me what Latrice is actual problem was here. What she's saying? She didn't deserve to be eliminated. What she's saying that she did deserve to be eliminated? But also, it was muni and she would never have eliminated her. Anyway, like, what was the deal? Okay. I think in this particular situation, I think that Latrice felt that she was eliminated because Mony KOMO Nair friends. Okay. That's why I think she got eleven eight. Now, why does she think she did well enough that it was a friendship situation instead of a report card situation that I think has to do a little bit with Latrice sort of buying into her own hype. You know, she's a beloved little she's coming back. Oh my gosh. She's so mazing everyone. So excited to see Latrice back. We love her. And so I think that that she feels gives her a little bit libert liberty to you know, she's amazing. She's the best. Why would anybody sent her home? She's a fan favorite. She's beloved. So I think that that's a little bit. Where the attitude comes in frizz like, oh, I'm a season Queen and I'm a fan favourite. So obviously, I can do wrong. I guess and then also apparently Chad Michaels, you might want to get back at one hundred thousand dollars you got during all-stars well because she says it doesn't it didn't happen. Like, we don't even talk about that. It didn't happen. Now that was that was tomfoolery shenanigans. They're kind of get as I recall you had a chance to win just like everybody else. So I'm just saying. Yeah. Yeah. No, no..
"chico" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"On Santana Porton, Chico. And this is where the incident occurred at approximately nine o'clock this morning. This is disrespectful. Do you understand that? Some people jumped she she was shaking up. Luckily, the cops were there and they broken up pretty quickly. She was shaken but not really hurt. But Br brought to mind you, and I both spent years and years out in the field. Reporting stories, I remember one very early in my career. I was working in Utica. And you know, what this is I was just off a young fool. But there was some sort of a standoff with police in the neighborhood with the guy who was armed in the cops swat teams and everything had surrounded a couple of blocks try to contain them. They weren't sure where they were. I was earth nights stupid little tape recorder. And I decided it'd be a good idea to go past the barricades on my own go looking for myself to see if I could get the story, and they they ended up shooting the crap out of this guy about a just a block away. And I was thinking how stupid that was by me. I all I could have compromised the police operation second of all I could have been shot by the cops or by the bad guy. And it was just it was foolish. I learned a lesson there and was the last time I really never timid covering these things, but you really have to you have to be careful. And not be so stupid as the arrogance of youth. And the fact that I'm young I'm never going to die, and you you stumble onto a swat seen right completely by accident. I walked right through it. And they came out guns drawn. I I was driving the standoff in out in your Glenville that area's auroral part of the of Schenectady county, and I was trying to meet my photographer and back then we had two way radios. And so we were trying to coordinate where he was parked where I was gonna park where the house was so master where you are. I think I'm close to the house. I'm just gonna park here and so I- parked and I started to walk across the front yard. And all of a sudden these guys came up from behind trees. And this guy comes over. And he's like you gotta get back in your car. You're not supposed to be you're you're jeopardizing our investigation. And I was like oh my God. In full gear is waltzing back to.