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"chilanga" Discussed on Gugacast

Gugacast

03:36 min | 11 months ago

"chilanga" Discussed on Gugacast

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"chilanga" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"chilanga" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

"Game bleacher tweets already buster bleacher tweets for thursday. I we have our friend. Amy chapman at. Amy are chapman. She writes in now that we are about halfway through the season are there to praising. Preseason predictions ale one. Nl that you'd like a do over. Oh amy you remind me of my angels in the american league west on guidon in the ashes run away with it and we got oakland a lot better in. I hit the angels. Not good i. I don't really regret the yankees pick in the american league east. That was perfectly reasonable right. i don't regret a nationally pig at this point right. I had the padres i had the dodgers. I the brewers in the central and the mets the braves. I think the braves the reasonable pick but the angels pick. That was to do this pick. It's all good. I'm sure amy will forgive you. Let's go to elizabeth hart at heart tweets. She writes in if a no hitter happens in seventeen innings but it takes five pitchers of throat. Does it even make a sound or a love. That i mean it. It doesn't count. They're saying the seven innings if you know hit for seven innings. That's not hitter. Which i don't get. I think they should change that. But does what would that be now. Nine if uh seventy no ten right. 'cause bumgarner had a seventy meal no hitter early in the air. You get the two combined seven inning. No hitter right or something. But anyway we'd be close to double digits at point for no hitters this year. Let's go to john taizhou at taisho. Eighty-seven judge hijo rates in. Is it just me or has the sticky stuff. Crackdown helped with pace of play. It feels like more balls are put in play earlier in the at bat. It's possible that i'm just seeing things that are not there. What do you think. I agree with you. And it's guests from watching the games. But i'm seeing the ball in play a lot more obscene a lot more cement mixer breaking balls. You know the ones that get hammered is opposed those nasty whippable breaking balls. Chilanga seko's in at chilanga shaka's says i heard buster say cashman would stay because he would get another job quickly. But sometimes a divorce makes sense when epstein and the red sox part of both sides one world series shortly after perhaps it's best thoughts greeting from mexico city and sometimes this is kind of thing like you know you're just in a place and you need to shake things up. That's like a very human thing in job and it would make sense for cashman to one hundred percent. Look theo epstein. His said he thinks ten years in one place is enough and brian. cashman's been with the organization for more than thirty years. And you know what if at the end of this year the end of next year. Let's say the yankees don't make flaps this year and they kind of slog along in two thousand twenty two and he decided he wanted to make a change. I i think that'd be perfectly reasonable. And you know what brian cashman might be the point in history where he's like you know what i'd like to go build something invasive different challenge in a smaller market. Because doing this new york in your working under the steinbrenner doctrine which is you. Don't win the world series you suck. It's different. I think i told you. Yeah i talked to tim about it. The other day getting than email from a baseball official with the mid market team small market team basically saying. Hey why is everyone. The yankees are over five hundred. They have a winning record. And we're talking about them like they're total disaster last one for the day. Corey rooker at corey are underscore. Twelve rates in the reds. Have seven games in a row. Versus the brewers coming up to these games decide if the reds buy or sell at the deadline that is not the belief of rival executives corey We'll see i mean if you go wanted six. I think that makes it pretty clear. But it's been interesting to read from. Other teams on the reds is is that they will be. One of the last scenes actually waved the white flag Bob castellini their owners extremely competitive and there's a perception among other teams that they should absolutely if they don't Intended contend this year they should put nicholas cassiano avenue trademark. Because you're gonna get huge value. You can shave your payroll. You're selling stock at when it's at its highest but the perception of other teams is. They'll never do that. You know that. That's not really the proactive way that gasoline. Thanks already. That does her bleacher. Tweets hashtag bleacher.

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"chilanga" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"chilanga" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"And testing leasing fish with human-like teeth found in european waters. The first time henrik carbon denmark's natural history museum warns that while the pacu is normally dangerous. Humans have been incidents where some men have had their testicles bitten off the fishermen torres freezing testicles of i'm wearing mel swimmers has been found in european waters for the first time the pacu type of parana fish knows if it's a human teeth is usually found in the amazon however reports local news site side. What an app name One of the eight inch fish known as the ball. Carter was caught by fishermen in our lingering in an aol trot located to the south coast of sweden. I mean maybe the fish should be renamed. The bobby fish off the reina bobbitt Battered baba and chips would be a salty dish with a little bit of bite to it so little english scottish competition. Heb judy's ers well. What's the difference between english irish and scottish breakfast tea. That say you're out to breakfast and you made the decision to give up coffee so he decided orders black teeth. Your caffeine fix so you place your order and servers. Well what kind exactly. And that's when you notice the full list and the black t. good old grey very different fragrant from the teas but what the difference between the english irish and scottish breakfast so next time when the service tapping a pencil and notepad wading fee. You can make an informed decision pinky out the first important thing to keep in mind that all three breakfast teas english irish scottish and miss out of four felt gray. A black tea blend. Your basic black tears typically made from leaves at different varieties shrub co camelia synthesis usually the chinese variety plant and the a sampling. The exact plan depends entirely on the team. Make there's never been a standard be put in place for what constitutes english breakfast tea. Banh competitor in irish breakfast. You're scottish. that said there's usually greed in some open attribute to each kind of tea. english breakfast. Tea was originally black. Tea from china Congo however china imposed an embargo and congo during the opium wars to deal with inlands british east india tea company beginning producing tina salmon. Which meant there was a point at which people by combining the congo and the assam teas so blend a few hundred years later. England became importing t from chilanga salaam and through into the mix. nowadays english. Breakfast is amanda at bentley from assam salon and even kenya is typically described as a full bodied Full-body t there's meant to get well with of course parallel with a full english breakfast. Of course of course irish breakfast tea is known for a strong sam component likely due to the teacher and says well i wish tend to have a little malt flavor to the tea is also more robust type of tea as well and scottish. Breakfast is thought to be stronger. While the blend is similar to irish english breakfast he's scottish. Breakfast was likely blended specifically to overcome scotland. Soft water drew sir. Soft lada author discussed anyway. So you just want to call the Scott seven softies for their water may be so. The t has to be stronger. Hopefully that would keep you up at night. Thank you very much for listening to the podcast. Today it's been lovely having here. It's been a special sort of euro ninety six flavor to it reminiscing of that great match in one thousand nine hundred six and hopefully today's will live up to the same expectation. I'm sure they'll be Many people Painting the the white cinders cross and maybe Maybe completely covering south in blue polish as well And they'll be a little white want bellies sticking out and with the red sin georgia's crossover it as well. Though be lots of sunburn they'll be lots of boozing and drinking. I think be a wonderful time. And whichever side you're on. I'm sure it's going to be a writ roy afternoon so the older versions across all platforms. They always say we have a little urine ninety six musical addition. Some of the songs coming from ninety-six some very football-orientated Dignity deacon blue world emotion Obviously the little bit of john barnes rap going on there We have some kula shaker. We have long pigs We have some for tallies you can doogie good enough dodgy. I mean it's a very ill style. Gic mixed fear if you were maybe a pub in one thousand nine hundred six Either celebrating or possibly drowning asaraha's so a little bit of an australian flavor hip family enough for this power. Mma friendly game of football. We would challenge by the dingoes. They the pride squatters gap to a friendly game of football on the flat of a trap and we went along on horses sworn to the triumph of the game for the honor of gips diggings and gloria the same and we took the challenge with us is beautiful to see his lovely curly letters at his. Pretty flowery it was very gently. Would it made us all feel good for it. Brief the sweetest sentiments of peace and brotherhood. We had chang'an truck hogan and the man who leaked the plug. Also hegarty and houlahan and peter scott the pug and we wore a knuckledusters and we took a keg on tap to a friendly game of football with dingoes at the gap is going to be a roasted today. i think Suddenly you in the round the colorado area. But also i believe in the uk may be hold on a gain said. Make sure you have. Those wetted knotted handkerchiefs in the head. If you're watching the game and You know drink a little bit of akwa between all of the bed. I might have a celebratory or even a commitment. Horry gin and tonic. Oh maybe try the new bays pinochle. Lada fit a little bit of sweet coconut in us. Anyway chappie out cheerio for now. Talk to you again tomorrow..

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"chilanga" Discussed on Scrolls & Leaves

Scrolls & Leaves

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"chilanga" Discussed on Scrolls & Leaves

"Tuban throat singing is an ancient musical form sung by nomads across the steps of central asia. And it's directly inspired by nature in this episode. You'll hear from sidique who was a member of utah. A world renowned band that mixes traditional tube and music and rock. She speaks in russian so he translated for you. Connect y'all solution. Allied taboo grassroot chablon. I remember when i heard it most. It was like pattern breaking a berina explosion. It was completely different music. That i was not used to. She'll tell us about two throat singing what it is and its links with nature might via him us to believed that everything was around us. Henson starts protectors. There are protector. Spirits of lakes rivers. Mountains queuing springs and natural wonders Role lean. yeah. You are listening to chat room. Seventeen nature's voice tuban throat singing. I'm your host sasha selena stay with me till the end to learn how throat singers managed saying multiple notes at the same time cy leaks. Passion for singing was nurtured by her mother from a young age beaten chilanga. I started singing pretty early. I was probably around four years old. When i remember learning in singing. Toobin children's songs by myself then. My mother noticed it and slowly begin to encourage me. Teach me and show me how to diversify mike. Singing then became a bit older at the age of six. My mother showed me how to sing with two voices and we sang together at home sometimes would sink for guests and relatives friends come visit. It wasn't until much later that silajdzic began learning throat singing professionally when she joined utah. Here's one of their songs. A ahoy say leak is the lead singer and actor bet quezon. Who's a legendary throat. Singer and guitarist is throat. Singing in the background.

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"chilanga" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on Kris Soutar�s Tennis Journal

"TV's asked that asleep. Sales And you. Find it just Vietnamese that suggested an incumbent that the biggest market for that Renault. Science. Avis clues Office for people. Like Komodo. Mark of people. Would just as classier. Initiate, assigned sexy or East NATO just started. Doing plus ice change an inconvenient. It was more normal shaped emails you. Are the complicates. Alterman. China gave fat. Woman Own jokey Scher. Marxist, OPTION! I think that there's probably a definite crossover in of aveer industries they have in terms of people getting put off by not fitting into perception of what he thinks is so bigger. People thinking I can't do it because I'm not the right shape or size wherever an intense we have. Three. I cannot do it because it's so difficult. Ethical score on. Again. As this is. If you're completely, she induce Oh. The Twenty Eighth of Newbie Ben Tennessee coming in war, try and saw an wash away Scenes. On. Trying to combine call. Each bit in. Something of the Golden Station but I. I was on the or cast on Sunday. A OR A. Speights of late said would be to ask questions of like. today accounts canes of link. To. Your talk about heavy. Females, women tease second of in list. Lucas, online car I really want to talk. To actually so many ideas in Benza than. Amazing fanatical, those who swim with our tennis movement minimum. Typically legible picture canine walk. Yeah It's an interest of. Daughter who's probably a year younger than Baylor and She's going to netball, and of course net bowls much more of a social team. Essentially does it with our best pals so happy days. And one of the things that struck me. In terms of just like getting your kids do something in Georgia. It seems that you've been dental work h for yourself as well. The last couple of days, it's been really sweet. Know me saying anything breaks in guard and just do know basketball drills by herself. A hundred percent in my opinion are copy and me doing the equivalent in other stuff so I think that that whole thing of them families doing things together. So you Finley your boy happy birthday by the is today's it. Sexy has to I was going to say to your we boy but God he's big. He's tall. Yeah. He's a you're you are? Probably he's told me if not taller and your dwarf doing the two of them. But that whole thing of them creating environments where families or let's see community feel where people do stuff, and it's no as A. Program doors formal as possible. Tennis is a tough one because the perception as you can only fit two or four people in court with reality, she could fit twenty ought easy. If you were inventive and do you think? Is there any? We talked earlier crossovers between your businesses. Are there any things from a? Fitness world that Jordy, you would steal and vice versa his. Oh! We're actually fine to do some a case. Infancy Games together Who Were Ridiculous. Rehab things and put up with what they actually being detainees age requirements to do that and the. that so there will be an absolute crossover movie Again on a much, we N, with. Tena versus a fitness. Team sports because she plays own Chilanga. A is that who went here that those people are. You're cheating our earth, your shades you compete with all live on your shoulders. To Walk as you or as far of some. Vestige on our end around a couple. I think the biggest thing that was interesting. had partners. Punish. Ingenious aren't as Iowa's so the cameras at the enjoyment, the hazard that went up to lay knee. Change, back. Nj His and for me. Young, but even the boys. Is that you? Smoke, women. It was guys came similar age changes in the ability medium at Matt's fierce outlets alliance Google. It will. Thinking his. mold loosely now so if they lincoln we. That be. In team, haven't they? Always see could do a team the absolutely. Were! In? There sometimes you. You know she gets be over. Fitting Important Amphibians. Certainly but. If she if she failed her team meets nanny pleaded doubles I am getting agent As. Wouldn't enter case player. You get all on you. Can Tell of a crash. Like would you sue from? Straight. A basic thing would be warmer killed. This I'm coal is guilty. Assault mitigate. Shoe adults together before you're heading the box, he's A. Loss to warm up. His I really. Shouldn't do that, we should. Be. Permission Bill Dennis. Simple law ended this action. Few Strategies that you've discussed in other pool being what? I think I think that's a massive because there's a few things in tennis that weren't. There's a lot of things that waimea tennis, but there's a few things related to this topic. In terms of People being professional. That maybe aren't perceived to be at the highest level and you get almost ridiculed.

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"chilanga" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

Monsters In The Morning

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on Monsters In The Morning

"The week is brought to you by Circle K. Beer Cave you WANNA get on the line right now. Because at the conclusion of the sampling of today's beer I rented a bunch of phone calls and when Russ deems the you the phone call of the segment. You're going to get a fifty dollar. Gift Card to circle k where you can take advantage of a full selection of beer and easy to pick up at your local circle k beer. Cape check that out and Today's sample and here's the thing This has become a favourite in in my in our household. And a what is it. I think I've done this one before. So lemon lime once this modell. Chilanga but this is the mango chilli flavor. And so It's refreshing flavors of mango and Chili peppers in it and this is like the tallboy though really huge size one of those and they have a bunch of various different players. These are perfect for I sitting out on the back deck of your home and watching the lake and otters play. And so that's what we're going to be sipping onto day now You know we don't have the girl obviously we're in different places you'll they'll studio we've got We we got our corona light. But I'm going to ask you a question about this Angel Elaine. What are your thoughts on? What's your thought process on having a light but doing shot at the Kayla in the corona? Light as you're dragging it no To try that before they sell beer called takaiser. They did but I don't think that was real Tequila brand. Carlos says one to good back to drinking alcohol duels Premium amber. So this is. It's in my little fridge over here. Look got a little fridge in the In the studios down there and so have you had a chance to try the Heineken. Yeah like that's a really good the zero alcohol. I don't deserve marketing. Zero call alcohol. But they're saying it's not only bad part about it is you can't get with it. That's the only problem but this I watched writes in here and when I watched by in general I love beer I mean. That's that's the crabby about anymore. I actually enjoyed drinking beer. There's nothing wrong with that new. Get that and then like actor like a few most of the and he'll take one in the shower and dump it on. Get that concept. But he said that's what he's to do any drink the beer on hell drink one and dump it on him. I don't know never must be a boy band thing we don't know about okay. You know what I might try that this weekend. Chicago DRAKE ONE. Four one the head I hold on so we three cipro hair glasses in the air and we post when I dream of Heaven. I dream of the past surrounded by good friends and raising glass tears chairs energy drink. What is she drinking beer? I was going to get a beer but she don't drink coffee. She got campion's wider. Look a little dehydrated. She's like mom she's like She's right right. Have you had any water day? He's going to hydrate. She ran and got him water. Like Angelique you've got learn one thing about radio if he passes out over the hydration it's better radio he dies he died in the middle of that Psalm. We all could have been happy and like trucking all red and stuff like he's getting hot sitting over there and heartless room that dude's grading a lot of years. Yeah I was getting a little worried. Get on a line. Telephone number to dial is four. Seven nine hundred. Six zero four one or toll-free. It's one triple eight nine seven eight one four one. We've been kicking off the weekend. The end of the you know a great week of shows guys by the way You know talking to you guys a good job A great week really was and You know just give us a call. We'll just pick somebody to give the fifty dollars Gift Card to you. Get TO GO TO CIRCLE K. Who Do we got? I HANG UP. I we have Kevin and actually. Here's a question. Hey what's up buddy? Hey not much You guys awhile ago calling because you're doing this fear segment and I'm just curious how you guys ever GonNa do the brew bus again. Well you know that's a good question. That's something we wanted to do before. There was a pandemic a Kobe. Nineteen and all that. So you know I. I don't see it happening for a while buddy. That's getting a bunch of people on a bus together. Neither then there's the understand that with the with the Krona Business Before this happened you didn't have it last year. We wanted. We wanted to do it straight. We wanted to do it but in order to do something like that you put a lot of effort into it. The company needs to make a certain amount of money and we couldn't find a way to do it where it made the right amount of money that made it worth their while. To be honest with you know so and then in order to do it they were GonNa to charge you the listener way too much and we weren't. GonNa do that so we we were in the middle of making some progress with some some people that were going to sponsor it for us and then this happened is it's going to change. Obviously in the coming out of all of this the the focus is probably going to be are going to be on helping local brewers and everything so maybe instead of a boss we might do some kind of meet up stuff like that. But that's going to be the focus of it and once all these things get settled down and we're able to have these discussions. We'll be able to Kevin Kevin. I agree with you. I enjoyed the brew bus. It was fine. Everyone became like your cruise friends. Or whatever for that day we all were buddies and drinking together and going into different. It was a great time at a great time. You Go and you look at the big bosses and they're like hey we had a great time only makes them one hundred bucks you wasting our time. So it's it's one of those things so that's a shame I was on two of them. They were a lot of fun. You're right I know I. It's good for the listeners. It's good for Camaraderie. It's good for it's good for everything. It's just the people that have to count the The quarters the pennies. They're the ones that that we had to make happier some other way. Thank you for. Calling Buddy. I appreciate it. Let's Kevin who we got next next week. I met Collin from Maitland. Hey man how you doing buddy? I'm doing great. How about you got good man. Party and Brown Yaqoob. I was wondering if you take your suggestions for visit two weeks ago. I got a good one for you. What PART OF MASS? It's called Buddha Rangers and it's nineteen eighty five. It's a limited edition relief and it's like a mango beer. It's delicious you guys need to try it you could find that one in public's right now right yeah on really crazy discount reading. It's a real. It's a high end beer. Yeah I recommend that best a really good one really delicious. Got To try it out if you WANNA get real crazy. Try the brother that when it's called doodle danger now that one or danger. Thank you buddy next. We've got let's see. Let's go with. Pat Pat the plumbers checking in with us man I got a whole nother meaning of danger. I WANNA I wanNA say good morning monsters. Russ I gotta compliment you on the metamorphosis of your home. I remember you I would you. I posted photos of the potential purchase of that Piece of property just has moved along in leaps and bounds. And thank God for Ryobi. No well you know what I don't think OBI has much to As as mary-ellen white and she's the one we walked into this place and I was like what this is. You know we can make this our home. And and that's what she did. So I I gotta give to my wife for sure about definitely. She's with two in the right direction as far as getting it done. How's your son doing pat? Oh well He's supposed to be getting married. 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Gili Islands; All-Season Australia; Unforgettable Travels

Travel with Rick Steves

05:11 min | 2 years ago

Gili Islands; All-Season Australia; Unforgettable Travels

"Let's start by exploring a trio of tropical islands and Indonesia place where Aussie backpackers scuba divers and South Sea. Adventures have found paradise the out of the way laidback. Gili islands call themselves turtle capital of the world with no cars no mortar banks and no worries. When Dave Seminar took his family to Bali they found the streets were too crowded and let their young boys safely wonder on their own so they headed for the nearby motor pre Gillian's instead Dave's here to tell us about Dave. Thanks for joining us. My pleasure thanks for having me Rick so describe the Gili Islands. A lot of US know Bali. Exactly where are the Gili Islands and How do you get there? Yeah that's the great thing about the Gili. Islands is that it's easy to get a pretty cheap flight to Bali and then from Bali. It's relatively easy to escape to these Gili Islands. Which there's several of the word Gilly means small island and Indonesian. But the three main ones Gili Air Gili Meno and Gili Chilanga. N- are about a two three hour ferry ride east of the island of Bali. So you go by bus or something to the little port and you help on a boat. And it's shuttling the travelers back and forth. That's if you don't mind getting potentially seasick if you have people who don't like long boat rides wreck can also take a short flight. Okay and then a fifteen minute boat ride instead if you prefer do that. I mentioned the religious culture kind of background. Bali is famously Hindu. Gili islands happened to be a little enclave of Muslim culture. How did that impact your experience? I wouldn't say it impacts the visitor in a huge way. Obviously Bollywood's really distinctive about. Bali is really interesting unique ceremonial Hindu culture and you know in the Gili Islands These are Muslim islands. However they're very popular with Europeans and you see people in Bikinis and there's beach bars all over the place serving alcohol and pork and things that would be forbidden in a strict Muslim countries. So I think if you are there as a typical traveller the fact that these islands are Muslim would not necessarily impact you in any way but I was actually interested to meet local people and I wanted to meet the chief of the three islands and to ask him whether there was any tension between these bikini clad beachgoers and partier and the local people. So I made an effort to actually sort of get to know local people into find out about the local sensibilities. But if you're there it's just as an ordinary tourists looking for some fun on the beach. It wouldn't impact you really at all. You were traveling with your son Right. Tucson Tucson's I understand. You took them to the school and you had a classrooms right kids that you talk to. What was it like a as a parent introducing your kids to such a different culture. There were six and eight at the time. We met a teacher actually on the beach who was selling necklaces. And whenever I'm in a very touristy sort of place I'm always interested in sort of the tension and interplay between traditional occupations and people working in the tourist trade so I think what happens in economies like these rix. I'm sure you've seen this. Is that all the sudden you can make more money selling necklaces on the beach to tourists or renting out your home. Then you could be being a teacher or policemen are traditional occupation so when we met this teacher on the beach with selling necklaces. I was really curious actually to know a little bit more about him and how he sort of balanced those two occupations and when he said why. Don't you guys come visit us at our school? I tried to rope both of my sons into going with me but I was only able to convince one of them so myself and my older son one morning our last morning there went to visit his school and we were invited to speak to three or four. Different classrooms full of children. Who asked US questions about America? Did they speak English? It was translated by the teacher. They spoke very very little English so most of it was translated by the teachers with girls. And the boys mixed up with the girls wearing scarfs. Yes this was another surprising thing. I asked when we met the teacher on the beach. I asked him whether the girls in the school Where the hijab and a head scarf and the Muslim attire and he said only a couple of them with his answer when we met him on the beach but actually we got to the school. They were all uniformly wearing conservative Muslim attire with headscarfs and whatnot and I found it interesting. Because I thought I think he was trying to tell us what we wanted to hear and he wanted to portray the island is a very liberal and tolerant place and I think-i projected onto me that I might think something negative about them if they were. You know dress conservatively. Which of course I wouldn't dear great traveler because you're sharing this with your child and also realizing ninety percent of the tourist just hang out on the beach and love the the cheap beer but a real traveler can venture inland a little bit and actually have an experience. That's as real as you ventured into a corner of Indonesia that had no tourism. It's not a matter of going to an untrusted touristy place it's finding the UNTER STI dimension of the famous place. I think it is and you know what we found to was the difficulty of what happens when tourism dominates an economy like the silent. Because this gentleman we met the teacher. He was very honest with us that he makes twice as much money selling necklaces on the beach. As being a teacher you know it made me wonder how can a society thrive when you have that sort of a distorted economy like that it is somewhat concerning because tourism can bring prosperity to announce can also sort of distort reality a little bit to

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Better Late Than Never? Big Companies Scramble To Make Lofty Climate Promises

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:40 min | 2 years ago

Better Late Than Never? Big Companies Scramble To Make Lofty Climate Promises

"A growing number of companies have announced plans to tackle climate change and it is not just companies with eco-friendly reputations. Npr's Camilla Domino reports that. These companies are responding to pressure on multiple fronts. Helping the planet is good for business. That's what Elizabeth Sirkin. The Environmental Defense Fund has been telling corporate leaders. We can't exist as people and we can exist as businesses without clean air clean water a stable climate. She started delivering that message. Twenty years ago it was so fundamentally obvious to me. I really felt like business would just get this. She figured CEO's would cut emissions governments would set new climate policies and she didn't need to get a new job. I never thought that this many years later I would still be doing. This turns out helping. The planet did not seem like the obvious move too many. Ceo's but there are signs of a shift. More companies are now promising to cut more carbon and to do it more quickly. And there's an acceleration in the number of companies setting so-called science based targets in line with the global agreement. The Paris Accord Kevin. Moss runs the Center for Business Sustainability at the World Resources Institute. It's a small fraction of the overall proportion of businesses. But it's lodge impactful companies like Guo. Mott's Light Target Light Hilton Hotels. So what changed while the effects of climate change are becoming clearer not as a future risk but something happening right now at the same time solar and wind energy keep getting cheaper and there's more pressure from investors and from customers from some governments. There might be some more surprising sources of pressure to like kids. Here's Elizabeth Sirkin again. I hear from business leaders all the time today that you know their kids come home and say what are you doing dad? This makes a difference. Employees are increasingly influential to Cam. Kim runs an APP. Called Blind. Tech workers can talk to each other about their workplaces and he says they're increasingly discussing issues like climate change. People talk a lot of compensation of course and the work culture but I think this is a whole new segment in a survey half. His users said companies climate policy affects whether or not they want to work their employees investors customers science. All of that played a role in Microsoft's recent decision to go beyond carbon neutral and pol more carbon dioxide out of the air then. The company admits but chief Sustainability Officer. Lucas Java says there's another factor too. He says it's helped to frame this as an accounting problem. And that really is what I see. Flip executives mindsets around is to just talk about this in terms that they understand talking about a carbon budget quantifying. Exactly how much companies emit and how much they'll need to cut at the end of the day. What companies are really good at doing is making decisions based on numbers of course setting carbon budget is one thing sticking to it is another and some experts say there could be a danger in relying on big corporations to drive the fight against climate change. Chilanga Baker is a professor at Northeastern University who studies the social justice dimensions of transition away from fossil fuels she says communities especially vulnerable and marginalized communities should have a say in the fight against climate change and feel the benefits of a switch to green energy. I'm just not sure if I have the faith given that you know. Corporations are very concerned about expenses and profits that they would really think about something that may add cost but that may be more just Baker says commitments from companies can definitely be powerful but she says government policy can make sure. Vulnerable populations are protected. She's not the only one who looks at these voluntary commitments and sees a need for regulation after all some companies taking action is nowhere near enough to stop climate change Elizabeth's Durkan who spent two decades urging companies to act. She's asking them to do more than just cut their own emissions. It's really critical to engage. The policymakers corporations from BP to Pepsico say they support a price on carbon sturgeon says companies. That really want to lead on climate need to put money towards advancing those policies Camille Domino ASCII NPR news.

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"chilanga" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

08:50 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"May get one cutting. You. There you go thirteen nothing. I don't know that, that the crab sounded I mean the television FOX, but their cameras on some US, people that were in France and cherry and had on red white and blue and all that. But now, this is getting to be where they're getting all kinds of criticism and women's soccer stars. Megan Rappeneau, and Alex Morgan and her coach Jill analysts brushed off the criticism. Stay, you know from their blowout victory over Thailand. Here is Alex Morgan defending the US teams celebrations. Let's listen. I mean, I think in the moment. Every time we sparkling in a World Cup. It's. You know, you, you dreamt of since I've dreamt of it since I was a little girl. You know winning the World Cup in and being back here for the third time we want we want that verse are so tonight we knew that every goal could matter, you know in this group stage game. And when it comes to celebrations, I think this, this was a really good team team performance tonight, and I think it was important for us to celebrate with each other. Well, but see this is where these are young women. Alex, how old are they are they early twenties? Are there any late teens somewhere in their college age? Right. Mostly. So. Oh, hell Morgan's twenty nine years of age. Wow. She's an old lady. So this comes, but, but that, that's fine. Because twenty nine puts her into that category of everybody gets a trophy because you don't want any, but you don't want anybody to have bad feelings. You don't want anybody to ever lose. What that's the worst thing in the whole wide world. The fact that somebody would lose. So it is. I thought it was great. And I wasn't I wasn't a put down Thailand and their players. Obviously they're very good. They got to the World Cup. Here is the US coach Jill Ellis when she was asked about it. She defended the teams continue to tack against the opponent in last night's game. I mean, I think you know, I would say to you is this is a world championship. So every team that's here's is been fantastic to get to this point. And I think that to be respectful to opponents is to play hard against opponents. And it's it is Alex said it's tournament where goal differential is a criteria. And I think, you know, I think if you much like Alex said, if you think about this for these players they've four years now, some of them have been working some of them even longer in terms of this is there, I woke up, you know, get games games are games and you got to go out and play and you got to compete and a lot of this is about building momentum. And so as a coach, it's, you know, I, I don't find it, my job to go and harness my players and rein them in because. This is what they've dreamt about this. Is this is it for them? This is a world championship. So I think, you know, for tonight. Yeah, I mean, part of it is I respect Thailand. I they celebrate their here. I spoke some of the players afterwards just keep their heads up because this is part of it is part of growth the game. So, yeah. I mean, I think it's, it's obviously for us. Now the players are excited. And I think I said after was on TV it's a lot of this. You know when you go into a World Cup, you can talk tactics tall this it's it is about mentality. It is also about confidence, and so getting off on the right foot is is important. But the reality is, yeah. We also believe we've got more to do no doubt. We're gonna stay humble, and this is and we go back to work, but, you know, in terms of the things in the takeaways that we wanna get, I think it was a very good start while she was way too nice. She was way too. Nice. She was trying to be diplomatic, but this is why sports are important. And I think unless a child just absolutely has no, no, no interest in athlete athletic in environments. I just think this is why they have PE in school and they have little infomercial teams. And it's called teamwork learning to work with other people having people that you work with some are stronger summer weaker competition. How to not only win, but more importantly, how to lose because life is going to hand you winning cards and losing cards. Sports teaches all of this for young people early on. And that's why this whole thing about it trophy for every kid is such a bad idea. But some. Generation of people out there that have gone. No, we can't let anybody feel like they've lost. Well, welcome to life. Everybody has losses. Everybody does so this coach was going, well, you know, it's it basically it's big league sports that World Cup. You don't get any bigger than that. And, and some of these women have been working on this for years. Practising. Practising practising. I've found out that the youngest on the team is twenty. The oldest is thirty six Carli Lloyd. The average is about thirty. So these are young adults by far. No question about it averaged thirty years of age and so good for them. They've been waiting this doesn't mean that they're going to win the whole thing. They are very highly rated. They have a lot of people coming back from four years ago. They have a bunch of new talent as well. So they are very strong team with lots of lots of potential to maybe when the whole in Chilanga. But instead people come out and go that was so wrong, they ran up the score. And here's the other part about it is that the number of goals that you score counts later when they start going down the through the through the playoff charts on who you're going to play. So it is an advantage to the team that scores more goals. So I don't know what you make of this. I'm glad to see the team is pushing back the coach is pushing back. This is this is good for them. I even saw one person that was criticised earlier today. Well, you wouldn't you wouldn't criticize them if they were the men's team the it's okay of men run up thirteen to nothing. No. First of all, the men never have this. This is this is a record never been done before. So. And the person that had been pushed back again, said, no, I would criticize the man, I've criticized the woman women because it's just not fair to Ronald Podemo, the score like that where you're so far ahead. So I- I congratulations on this first big win at the World Cup for the US women's soccer team. God bless these ladies and. They obviously had we're having a good time. Do they have a good time at, at Thailand's expense? Yeah, they did. But it wasn't an intended to be made. It was intended to be competitive. Let's see what we can do. All kinds of stories about scathing criticism for celebrating and for scoring so much eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred will be back enjoyed your discussion. You seem to be very, very appreciated. I just call them like I see your weight, Tom solid..

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"chilanga" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"California. Mexican food in Maine. They have real Mexican food and California. Attention stump up there in Maine. Not real Mexican voted to you. Gabbay that's real Mexican food. I'll tell you a quick story planet, blah, blah. I'd take my daughter did a internship, g dinner land semester in school. She went to temple but she did our last semester out in LA. They had class that you can take and media class and stuff like that. She said dad, you have not really ever had a, an Chilanga taco and she reeled off about three or four Mexican day until you get the Los Angeles. That's real Mexican food stuff back here in the northeast a combined. It's not even close. Yeah. You go to main your lobsters are tasked, right. I mean all made only somebody makes them brings them to you. It's awesome. Go. Catch him even better. I've been out there on a lot better ready cow. You got nerve to go back on lots go catch some bring them home and eat them off. Baby just say that's the attitude that really wanted a year when, in Maine, do his maniacs do have fish ate the lobster stay away from the Mexican you don't. Let's go to Maine for Mexican none. And that just a big problem with that sentence to begin with. Unfortunately, I gotta run but dyke goal bracket. You're checking in queens. We'll see how to Mexican food is airforce stills. I wouldn't be surprised if they got a good Mexican joint far sales Manhattan. We know a debris not we're going Arthur avenue for tie you and we're going to the Bronx. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty take him back. Forty five minutes play here. It's blue. And you I don't get shampoo. The first half of the word is sham and the second part, you definitely don't want to see in the shower. That's why I made up in meet word flow. Texan the feeling of security. You get when you're new house is protected by home insurance through me. And progressive. I mean seriously shampoo, what part of that makes you wanna rub it all over your hair. Save an average of seventeen percents on car insurance when you bundle home and auto through progressive..

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"chilanga" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Napolitano from FOX the Boston Bruins can advance to the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since two thousand thirteen if they can come away with the victory tonight in game for the Eastern Conference finals against the Carolina Hurricanes. Bruins head coach Bruce, Cassidy knows the difficulty of playing a team that's looking to avoid a sweep. I do believe they're usually the most difficult in teams to make it this far have a lot of pride. You're gonna want to go down swinging hurricanes. We'll try to keep the series alive on home ice tonight head coach rod Brindamour tough ones to recover from the are just the human nature of it. So that's our job. You know today game for the Eastern Conference finals at eight PM, eastern time, Matt Napolitano, Fox News. There was a big story locally recently what over the last week or so what was going on with the school lunch program in Warwick, and a lot of people use the term once shaming, right? Well an eighth grader has pledged to eliminate the school lunch debt. For a district of one hundred twenty nine schools, Ben Hofer who's only fourteen he started a project that he's calling lunch count with the goal of raising eighteen thousand dollars to pay off all of the school lunch debts in the Austin. Independent school district is funding campaign kicked off on April the twenty first so far. He's raised eight thousand first 'cause his goal eighteen thousand he got interested in the school lunch, debt issue after hearing about the lunch, shaming that some students endure it their lunch account is behind. So when he started lunch counters goal was to raise enough money to pay off the school lunch debts at three schools with the highest balances, but within a few days he exceeded that goal. So now he's raised almost half the districts overall debt and the Texas teenager says, quote. I don't think that we'll get there by the end of the school year. But you just never know about that eighth grader fourteen years old, tackling something like that, pretty cool idea of normal apparently is not realistic, according to one doctor. So this is actually music to my ears tactic, Christine Adams says that there's no such thing as normal because everyone has emotional dysfunctions. So that makes sense. She goes further by saying normal is based on a bell curve. So basically the people with the least problems are what we base normal on Adams, has forty years in clinical practice, and says, not one of the people that she has come across can count as what society considers normal. So her point is that we also for some level of emotional distress dysfunction or emotion, or mental illness. So why is there still sigma stigma, the good doctor suggests that we learned to tackle issues together, instead of putting the spotlight on those who fit the mental illness, stereotype and judge them by that? And considering one in three people do suffers from some level of depression at some point in their lives. Well, that's a pretty good point, made by the good doctor, and it might be convenient to use the rideshare app, such as Hoover or lift, but you might actually be slowing yourself down more than you know, researchers analyze rides taken in San Francisco between two thousand ten and sixteen pre and post Uber and lift. Here's what they found that the inter. Production of these rideshare services actually increased the number of vehicles on the road. And also correlated with significant delays for drivers. So the finding held even when controlling for other factors that cost traffic such as construction and population employment in car ownership, they say that Uber and lift had never existed, if they had not the number of delayed travel hours over the six years, analyzed would have increased twenty two percent. But with the introduction of those services, it rose by sixty two percents of the study has confirmed that the ride hailing company you're making traffic worse than just makes sense. More cars on the road. Okay. So the Bruins go for the sweep. And if they do that they get into the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since two thousand thirteen and that's when they won the whole in Chilanga as you'll recall, I have the t shirt to prove it to an overtime thriller in game three of the Western Conference finals of the Stanley Cup playoffs, but not one without a lot of controversy is FOX's Matt Napolitano. A scoreless skit ends just in time..

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"chilanga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Stock low teams had so many hits. Usually you're chasing the puck when you have a lot. Shots on goal. Twenty fourteen for the blues, but they have thirty nine shot at temps to the stars nineteen so far here in game seven, but that doesn't matter message one one the score board here at enterprise center dragged alive trying to barge Odin property. It's backed off the puck Carello rights activist shot. I look at stock down in front as a widely hall down by second. And the blues. We'll skip the puck to center trying to sneak his way in coughs up. Now, it's picked up and fire down the ice the nineteen year old, hey skinny. Pick up at center. Dump it in serves start to change break goes back to get it to the blues. That's the gives it away. To hint hint trying to find Ben head slide. The puck skates. Now play will take over law that up in the air out to center five and a half to play in period. Number two in game number seven. Losing stars tied at one on first period goals by Vince, John and mat-su Carello as the blues get called pricing here. Loose trying to show Beijing's with the box right there. Unfortunately, dial for them the Dow stars will not back off at all. Dallas doing a real good job puck pressure. They're forcing amused ice. The product. Faceoff coming up to the left of a young man whose name has not been muttered much in the second period. Nets rookie goaltender Jordan Bennington. Is he has not been busy facing only one shot in the first almost fifteen minutes of the period. The top two goaltender sometimes though. Dallas is real good about only need one opportunity to just up ISIS. I said. Wiedeman unit in getting shots that snipers like banner Sagan Radulovich so many chances to score. It comes at top line. Now. Sprung of an ear Kotak Chilanga barbershop battles. Come freebie hunter that four Petra. Angelo, lose captain being apply cog, leeann still muscles to go to setter. Son fiscal dolphin behind bishops net. Ship terrific playing the puck those fire quarter Lovejoy I'll give it to seconds or signs of down the ice, but that'll be an icing call with four thirty-six left in the second period. One one the score. And Bishop as finally given up a goal in game seven this is third career game. Seven was to go to shutouts her decide all thirty one shots. It was the first star in the Lightning's to nothing victory over the Red Wings on April twenty nine th of two thousand fifteen and then stopped all forty two shots. And again was the games I star and the bolts to nothing victory over the Rangers on may twenty nine twenty fifteen. So at least the blues put one puck past the stars goaltender Ken wins offensive zone drawn. But does so legally we'll try again is second in Shan had a chap sometimes stats don't count the whole story chaser. And when Craig ruby was talking about Brayden Schenn this morning said listen, he's only got four points so far in the Stanley Cup playoff. But he's really loved how he's played. He's talked about his physical play mostly and said, you know, he said from a physical standpoint, he's he's really been engaged and he said in.

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"chilanga" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:48 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on WJR 760

"Hope you had a great one. We have the variety the children's charity Hartson stars. And we honored Rosalie. And Joe the carry the good folks from on the I'm oh. Joe Muir's just wonderful people who have really had extrordinary dedication to changing the lives of children. It was beautiful towns and hotel, thanks to Paulin. Rhonda Sabatini and Lincoln of Troy for doing. Such a nice job is the overall big deal sponsor, the Chilanga Tom and Vicky donated their wine, the robusta, which is one of my favorite reds and the Chardonnay as well and everybody from Lois, shefty, the president to Laurie fish grounded, Rhonda, sabotage, any of the co chairs Michelle Murphy, the executive director, my own Kim with Felicia Shaw did as special presentation to Rosalie, Jovi Kerry, and they did a great job and entertainment by new classic was just a great event. A lot of money was raised. I don't have an amount Marie. But a lot of money was raised and you have been in the process and have now given the first Jonty Osborne, plaid pig, cool and airy scholarship. At Schoolcraft college. We are. So proud of that that we were finally able to give out that first scholarship so early in this process, the Endowment's funded at this point and Collins swoop is an eighteen year old student from the Mylan area he wants to eventually get a four year culinary degree at Schoolcraft. Which that school does offer along with all those great certificate programs. They have five master chefs on staff at that school. It has an incredible culinary program. And of course, it's an honor of my son who passed away. A year and a half ago of an undiagnosed heart condition, John just twenty eight years old John who died of that undiagnosed heart condition in twenty seventeen he was just twenty eight as we mentioned, and it seems to me every time you have a plaid pig event in his honor. It sells out immediately. Did the one that we did last fall was a huge success? We headed at the Detroit distillery where they launched a plaid big pig bourbon believe it or not with John's image on the bottle. And it was a limited run. And that's all sold out as well. And we are planning hopefully with some luck a fall of vent with the help of the very very very generous people at slows barbecue where my son was the pit master for so many years. So they're helping us maybe launch a fall event where we're going to be doing more culinary work. We're programs for young culinary stars. As we call them want to join, you know, this great workforce that is. In bad need of workers, especially here in southeast Michigan. You'll let us know. Oh, I will. And speaking of family, the British bookmakers suspending betting on the dude date if Megan the duchess of Sussex, Royal baby amid speculation that the child has already been born. I know they're keeping it a huge huge secret, which I guess back in history that wasn't such a big that was kind of the way they did things. They would keep it a secret, except if it was the person a child born which was born in line of succession to the throne. So those people had to kind of present themselves publicly to say here, here's the baby. But the the other people the lesser known in the Royal family, I guess they can keep it a secret. So it is the same thing. It's possible that she's already had she's been very very private about all this. And you can't say a blame her right? No. It's a special occasion. They shared among the family and then with the rest of his six forty two the essay.

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"chilanga" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:23 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on WJR 760

"Several things and Tom's idea. You know, we've got a fifty fifty raffles. Yeah. So. The great thing about it is hard to sell tickets thirteen hundred people. So we just added it to the ticket price. And so minimum is thirty thousand dollars going to somebody's sitting one of those seats on June sixth. So we're excited about that the other thirty thousand or more will go to charity that we're selecting. We're looking at veterans home something for veterans where we'd like to keep ourselves. They might be able to help you need the help out at Selfridge where they got that new community they're setting up for veterans, but it could be very helpful there. So so last year half the money went to the veterans returning home facility in Roseville. Eleven mile by six ninety six help those helpless young men coming home that are that are going through struggles sandy Bowers director out there town, I have visited a couple of Cajun. So this great young men coming home that just need to get a foothold on life. Yeah. Exactly start. You give you give them a starting. Who knows where my my wind up? Tenacious are Dory. And just that's every time. I see you. I think those two words I mean to greatest wines. And it's just a little local guy who decided he wanted to grow grapes out of Napa Valley and families threats vineyard fourteen years ago, and and we're excited this year. My daughter Olivia is moving to Napa in two weeks and is getting golfer self in vineyard. So it's I one of our three children that's really getting engaged full time with vineyards criminal dead. Yeah. You should be. Yeah. She'll go beyond the new visit new robusta reserve is that new I haven't seen it before. Well, we used to be Siglo. We had a little problem with little French company that came after us. So we went to riposte. Oh, so that's our hundred percent merlot from the vineyard beautiful. And then the today she is a mix of of merlot and cab merlot and kept Franck from the Trump. Yeah. And then the they are Dory. That's the hill. That's our special. Occasion wine. Vicky. Don't even get to drink that everyone every once in a while. So it's special to us and in finally with the Dory than kids initials are on that label. Now, one of our children is picking up where Vicki, and I've started we're so excited about that. So it's all in the family. God bless you. Thank you for all the gifts that you brought up you guys just unbelievable, including some opus exa guarding you for including us your show, and and helping us and all the other charities in Detroit that you help push along. But time you do the same. We were appreciative of it. And the least we can do show you a little love on the air. You know? God bless you. Thank you both. Thanks, frank. Everything you do. Support us Tom Chilanga and Carson cigars coming up June the sex sex at Raynham health. The Michigan lottery theaters a good thing. You said that we could get in trouble. I know. Go to smoke Detroit dot com feeds into the Tahani foundation. We just opened up some more seats for the scheduling guy that can add maybe seven or eight table. So maybe another seventy to eighty people maybe some single ticket holders. So most of the event is all pretty much tables that we sell I promise you. You'll have a great time. If you go everybody's so take it from Frank. Thank you.

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"chilanga" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:58 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Label t series removing Pakistani musicians from it's hugely popular YouTube channel following political pressure, and there's been a ripple effect in cinemas on both sides of the border with one Indian film association. Stopping Pakistani artists from appearing in Bollywood films replacing songs by high profile, Pakistani. Singers in Pakistani cinemas have followed suit by banning Indian films. So if you are a rising star in the music industry with a growing audience in both countries. What does all this mean for you? When I spoke to Pakistani singer songwriter asked him to find out how how's the recent music ban affected? You for any artist? That's had a hit. That's been released recently. He's obviously trying to follow it up, and we were just in Chilanga before the ban shooting our next release, and we just got done we really happy we all flew back to our hometown. And then you know on this thing happened. And but the good thing was that we were all on the same page. We're all taking this as just a little bump in our journey because we're looking at the bigger picture me and my label. So we were both happy to wait for the right woman for things to kind of settled down a very positive attitude about the whole thing a big label supporting you, but what about the other Pakistani music artists? How are they affected? And how are they responding to the ban? I think everyone has their own thing going on and agree. Really also depends on who you're working with. I'm really lucky to have you know, assigned with the. Correctly will in my opinion that focuses on the content rather than everything around it. I also believe it's not the labels fault any liberal largest mine, it's not the music labels fault. Because I'm sure there are extremists on both sides of the border, right? And I'm sure they have a certain amount of pressure put on them, they have to act accordingly under pressure as well with that being said, the amount of love we get from Auburn dusty the amount of love, we get from our home fans is tremendous, and I feel like that's our base. And that really really helps us get distracted from this whole fiasco it does. But it must be disheartening. If you're an artist, and you are trying to make it knowing that your music may not be able to reach another country just because of a conflict between two nations. Of course. I mean, it's sad when art gets compromised due to political reasons, art music is something that is supposed to unite people. I think anyone that's related. To any form of art will have the same opinion, keep your differences aside. Please donate art, get compromised because at the end of the day. That's what unites us we've always loved watching Indian cinema. And they've always loved music. It's always been a great exchange. Have you performed in India? No, I haven't because so at this point marks on the artists aren't performing India Indian artists Andrea performing in bogus on yet. But if the opportunity comes I'd love to I want to ask you about the film industry. One famous, Pakistani. Singers recordings have been replaced on a movie and Pakistan has banned Indian films in cinemas. How do you feel about that? I feel like at this point. We're just not helping each other. You know is just a matter of a competition of who bands more. I believe you know, now, I'm twenty two I was a kid back. Then when I used to hear all these war dogs and all these political tension, so I didn't really follow up. But now in the age of social media Twitter. I was really happy to see the reaction of the youth from both sides largest, you just the general people of Indian bugs, and I was really really happy, and it was really positive to see the reaction of the common. People everyone that I knew was deleting was putting status was boasting that we don't need this. We need bees. Need beast, prevail? Historically, Bollywood has been hugely popular in Pakistan. Have you noticed a change in local cinemas, I'll speak on my behalf, and I'll speak on people that I know behalf. Sure, you know, whenever they ban Indian movies were kind of indifferent to it. But I'd be lying. If I say, we don't enjoy watching Indian movies because it's quality, and I might get back for seeing this. But I don't look at it as all its Indian content. It's just content. But maybe then again, I'm speaking from an artists perspective. So yeah, when we do look at the center. Komo nowadays. We're looking for Showtime's. And there's no in new Indian release will I call? It would have been nice to watch that. And I'm sure the same way when an Indian fan goes on YouTube, and they're like, oh, we wanted to watch that song that's been unlisted. They're also got it. So it's the same feeling. I'm sure to end on a positive note. Awesome. You are doing incredibly well, just twenty to your latest track is had more than fifty million views on.

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"chilanga" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's time for a listener commentary. It comes our way this morning from wire media's associated Larios who's been in and out of juvenile hall. Well, now, she's back, but in an entirely different way band with a sense of purpose when I was thirteen I wrote an essay looking for my purpose. I asks how do? Indentify my passions wishes and dreams maybe it's about being remembered as somebody with the purpose and not just anybody. This was the year. I I tried weed when I almost got kicked out of school. I had already been arrested. Once I spent the next few years in and out of juvenile hall. I was still looking for my purpose. I was trying to pull myself out of this lifestyle holding down a real job as a lifeguard and some instructor then I caught another charge. I'll be honest with you. I'm still traumatized by this experience. So I don't wanna say what happened exactly. But it led me to be incarcerated for more than two hundred days at the start of my time in juvenile hall. I was grieving, but then I decided hail. Nah. That's the old me. They're not going to get the best of me. Two other girls, and I became the first young women in several years to graduate high school from inside juvenile hall, I completed packet after packet of study guides. It wasn't easy for geometry. I wasn't allowed to have a ruler in my cell thought youth my hair for measurements. I was an exception to the system. I never thought. I'd accomplish these milestones. I have been out now for a year. I feel extremely lucky I'm in college. Now, I'm back in juvenile hall. But not as an inmate, I'm a youth Commissioner, I sit in meetings with probation officers that the the public defenders office and judges I insist that people working within the system treating youth more humanely. I tell other girls in the system your life is still going. This is not a stop not a pause. I didn't ever say let me restart my life because my life was happening in juvenile hall. Instead, I told myself let me keep going with the perspective. I'm Sachi Larios. So Chilanga ios is nineteen and goes.

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"chilanga" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

Rooster Teeth Podcast

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on Rooster Teeth Podcast

"Featuring you cook? What do you use? Not megan. I don't fuck a no I don't bake. That's not make you say baking. But today, we were having a meeting and stab. And I don't know if you see her. He was talking about how his dad put cinnamon on Chilanga cz. That might be tasty. Cinem-? It's like a little bit of sweet with a little bit of savory cinnamon. I could dig a Moulay. Yeah. Well, then we realized what he was describing was just flouting. Flout though. I get my mouth ahead. Florida. Saying it like with a bit of an accent like Slota float tests. Smoked up. No, weird hard TA at the end there Barbara saying it's a lot of time. You try plazas flout us that. Wow. Wow. This. This. Wow. To flout a-as. That aero Mexico. I love that. They they went to a small town in Texas. They asked people if they wanted to go to Mexico, they all said no than they did a DNA test on them. And whatever percent Mexican they were. That's what percent off they got on their flight to Mexico. Perfect. Wow. So such a good idea for video, I loved all the people who were like what that's bullshit. Oh, that's right, sir. Do you like to Keila? Yes. Do you like Britos? Yes. Do you want to go to Mexico? No. Like mexico. No. But what I get with Barbara's getting it here too. Because a lot of Mexican Americans Spanish Americans will have no accent whatsoever until they get to certain words. Hey, specifically, I always think like one no one say that too. I think that's just one on news reporters at dial. They'll goes to the whole Altro for their news report lake reporting live Ovar. Like drop into this like super heavy accent when they say their own name. Yeah. And cities to happens to city cities. Yeah. There's an anchor and El Paso who will be like and bustle, Texas. There's a video we did for Pizza Hut. Many years ago where I think gusts at something about jalapenos or something. But he said like jalapenos like you were just talking normally. And then you just dropped in a Mexican accent for jalapeno it makes sense. It's a Spanish word. So that actually make sense. I wonder if there's a quivalent bet for the US. Like what like you don't say beaver weird or moose? You say Mountie you say like is only amount. Boone t like is specifically a Canadian word that we don't use another third. That's hoses. Yeah. That's it went hose or Putin warn the subject expanded. Yeah. I mean, some some Canadian say Putin, but that's more like French French word passion, take can you may in France. Eating Putin, though, be thinking. What is this trash bag over? You know, it's like most of the food is named for regions and France like champagne comes from champagne, I like it either. There's Putin France. It's just a trailer park. It's all these like French. White tank tops smoking. It's heating Frederick with Kareem originated from the French word putting for pudding. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And then you became Putin in Canadian French, which a lot of people think is like some sort of sexual slang because there's peut like put your breed and my Putin. Why can't I think of the actual word? That's dirty for what it's like it. Sounds like Putin pussy Pohan. Pook phone is the one that's one trying to help pop posted. I'm trying to help I'm trying to help. But while we're on the subject of Spanish words. I saw something today which reminded me of something that I forgot that. I was angry about oh. So someone put out air to be have it. They put out a promo piece for the new Toy Story movie. Toy Story the one that's not just them in the circle. Nope. It's just like a still image. Okay..

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"chilanga" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"A stern test today from number fourteen Auburn team that has made thirty nine threes, and it's three SEC games. Good afternoon from a sold out Auburn arena already university campus in Alabama. Untimely Chilanga the wildcat hall of Famer, Tony, Tony you're great three point shooter. What kind of defense or defender bothered, you the long athletic one was the one hour was worried about the most. And then one would just said that would use his quickness to stay with me. But I did a really good job of uses screens. And when you have good screens set walk McCartney, Mark pope, it was her job to get the open it when I came open created a space. I have to get my son off so quick with Lisa something else that great three points shooters have because of the athleticism of God that might be fending cow on the pre-game said that they're going to try to do some things for Kelvin Johnson to get him going early and you come off a bad game. Like that. Or at least a game where he didn't score it helps if you can get out of the gate quickly. I think every player gone through a game. We that. He did score. They had below their average. And how did you come back? You have to make sure your focus and uses screens and making sure you kind of get out of transition. Get yourself going get to that file on you always have to rely on your out outside shooting is that sometimes you have to create something for yourself and killed is good enough to create his own side. And if you can't make also get to the foul line. So somebody from the UK family who is paying particular attention to him as the game was getting going early didn't seem to have the same energy that he normally has certainly in warm ups today looks like he's really on his toes. So just bringing that energy can help you have to match a teeth energy on the road coaches. Don't don't coach effort don't coach energy so energy at the conference within and I expect him to come out and definitely be a much better player than he was against Georgia. He'll be more focused this particular game getting loud in here today. And we'll have the starting lineups when we come right back here on the UK sports network..

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"chilanga" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"chilanga" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth

"So you went out for Mexican food last night. Didn't you? Was that a one bowl of chip night for you? You know where you do the whole bowl of chips by yourself? Yeah. Was it? Just one bowl. We my wife and I had to bowls. I've seen your wife. We didn't. Okay. And we didn't go through all both bulls. But if I was doing for every one ship she had how many chips that I have kind of assessment of the situation. I would say for every one chip my wife. Lisa had I had at least ten. A ten to one ratio at least ten to one ratio. So I would say that I had I'm going to say a full bowl and a quarter for me where she had a maybe a quarter of a bowl. Plus, she probably took smaller chips. You probably went for the bigger chips right away to. Yeah. I just like, I'm like, you know, you remember Sesame Street when the cookie monster would eat cookies and digits. It would be flat. Cookies, cookie crumbles in pieces be all that was me eating last night. Is this like at one point? We just look I was done with my meal, and she had we had cheese in Chilanga like the big, you know, the big crazy New Year's Eve, you know, enchilada fest and both of mine were gone. I pretty much licked play eating the beans and rice, she still had a full enchilada, and and rice and beans left. And then I'm just looking at it. She's like, I hate I eat fast in case you can't eat in. I can still finish yours wise warm. Right. You know? So that's yeah. Hoping my wife created that term. She goes you look like you're ready to swoop Mike, I am ready to swoop. I'm as soon as I'm like, give me the okay, the green light, I'm going to swoop in on your leftover. Right. So now, you're just looking at her like, you she wants you to gaze lovingly into our eyes while you have a conversation and your eyes are only fixated on her food and gazing lovingly at the inch- Ladas. Right. Exactly. It will point like there comes a point in marriage win. You know, you stop looking at your wife like, you know, like, you're like, you're you're not looking at her like when you when you first start dating your first married, you know, and it's all about you guys is love, and you're passionate and all that stuff. You're just looking at the food. Like, it was your wife when you first got right, right? Exactly. Right. Like, oh my gosh. I can't wait to get out of his arrest or on just you know, ravage my wife, you're like, I can't wait. He's done eating. Swoop down pound that in July. Ladies and gentlemen, marriage. Oh, shoot. She doesn't listen. But you know, what? It's just true. It's just honest. True. That's right. So all you all of you youngins out there who are young and love and can't wait wait to here's through the nuptial. Yeah. Here's this waiting for you. Here's what's waiting for you. Well, here boy did did black Monday once again live up to its billing. Hi, it's been since two thousand eleven there's been an average of seven coaches fired per year and this year, we exceeded that with eight right? And it may not be over yet. I mean, they're still question marks about Jay Gruden in Washington. He came out today or Monday and said that he's not one hundred percent sure if he is going to retain his job. So that'll be that'll be really interesting, but eight firings, you know, and and theoretically speaking my when I look at the fire. I mean, I think there's a couple of things you look at like if. If you're a head coach like if you were the man like, let's say that that like the most coveted guy out there right now, if there weren't restrictions, and if he would have been released or if he was tradable, and the trade value was you know, a fourth round draft pick like every team would line up for John Harbaugh. Right. I mean, there's not one that wouldn't say fourth round or here you go. And so if you if you were in that situation, you had your pick of the litter. Like one you want stable, you know, stability from an ownership standpoint. And you wanna quarterback, right? You'd like to have a good roster..

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Charleston Housing Authority, Cvs and Viagra discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

All News, Traffic and Weather

00:55 sec | 4 years ago

Charleston Housing Authority, Cvs and Viagra discussed on All News, Traffic and Weather

"News that the proposal is our attempt to give poor people away out of poverty but an analysis by the center on budget and policy priorities finds that families would be disproportionately affected more than three million of those affected by the plan our children donald cameron at the charleston housing authority says the proposal is catastrophic but one tenant chilanga skinner calls a proposal fair and says she would work more to pay the rent alison keys cbs news and now this story a new york man is suing cvs for violating federal medical privacy laws after they blew the whistle on his viagra prescription he says he took the script to the long island drugstore telling them he would pay cash for it well when his wife called to ask about another prescription the pharmacist apparently told her that insurance wasn't covering the viagra he now claims this revelation led to the breakdown of his marriage if you live on the has some massachusetts alerts.

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