19 Burst results for "Cinda"

"cinda" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

03:05 min | 2 weeks ago

"cinda" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"Based on the resigning from office of Jacinda last name ardor and yes, not a common name. To cinda Arden. She is a very popular and it's her popularity that her likeability that makes her so popular because according to The New York Times and Reuters and others all on the left, who love her. Her party is in trouble if she steps down. That's how important like ability is to getting votes apparently. She's also extremely frightening to me because she is a left wing totalitarian. If you do not hear it from the government it is not true. I wonder if 2% of New Zealanders, when they heard that, were frightened. If I could ask one question about New Zealand, that would be my question. What percentage of the population was scared? Of their leader, when she said if you do not hear it from the government it is not true. My suspicion is 2%. I mean, we've said essentially the same thing. That's what CDC NIH Democratic Party. They say the exact same thing here. If you don't hear it from the left it is not true. Right? There's no misinformation or disinformation from the left. There's only misinformation in this information from the right. Misinformation and disinformation are terms that have nothing to do with information. They are entirely political terms to censor the opposition. Why is there so little research or even desire for research into all the deaths of these young, vibrant athletes, for example? Out of nowhere dropping dead. Why is there no research? Why is there no research on the health benefits or non benefits of the vaccine on young people? Do you not care? The answer is they do not care. That is correct. As I pointed out last hour, if you had to design a series of policies to hurt young people, you could not come up with anything worse than what the left is done to young people. And these young people's parents have those parents are fine with it..

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"cinda" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

03:09 min | 3 months ago

"cinda" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Cindy Williams is the third. And her character fantasia has a previous relationship with Dixon. The sheriff, but he doesn't tell this to the LA detectives when they first contact him. And that is to everyone's peril. Now, I was reading some old reviews of one false move. I remember, at the time, Roger Ebert and Gene Siskel, both champions of the movie, they helped it earn a theatrical release rather than having to go straight to video. But I did find also this LA times review from Peter rayner that speaks particularly to Paxton's performance in a way that is helpful for this list. He wrote hurricane is hept up and convivial, a good old boy whose boisterous streak masks a gnawing discomfort. Paxton is a superb actor and he clues us in early that hurricane is more complicated than he lets on, hurricane doesn't fully recognize his own complications either. And I do think it's that last part where his feelings for cinda Williams fantasia do come in. Again, it's not exactly an active romance in this movie, so a bit of a different angle on it, but it's definitely that past relationship that complicates this present in fairly tragic ways. So like I said, one false moves reputation. It's grown since 92, but I do feel like it still needs more attention. So definitely check it out if you haven't seen it. We're almost into our member. So if you're looking for a neo noir, you haven't seen to add to your list for next month, check out one false move. A movie that's come up before here on the show made a top 5 or two and for good reason, a movie. I love one that somehow didn't come up at all in my research, Josh. And maybe that's because of the inactive nature of the relationship, but I think you sold it well and again, that's a film I never mind bringing up here on film spotting. My number two is Wendell bud white. Russell Crowe's character from Curtis Hanson's LA confidential. He is a character who doesn't strike you as particularly romantic. He does quite enjoy beating up on men who beat up on women, so that that's tied more to his childhood angst and trauma of watching his mother suffer at the hands of his father, but clearly his entire psyche and really all of his behavior is wrapped up in this relationship that he has with women. The relationship is with Lynn bracken can basinger's character who is a high end prostitute who has been made up to look like Veronica Lake, pierce patchett played by David strathern is her pimp and bud goes to investigate the death of another call girl and ends up at her place and ends up in a relationship with her against his better judgment. This blood on your shirt, is that an integral part of your job? Yeah. Do you enjoy it? When they deserve it? Did they deserve it today?

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"cinda" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"cinda" Discussed on WTOP

"The nationals drawing first blood and St. Louis. They lead the Cardinals one nothing top of the second inning. It'll tomorrow Vargas with the RBI single bringing home Luis Garcia, the Nats getting to Jose cinda for three. It's already and Paolo espino about to take the mound in the bottom of the second having given up just one hit in a 19 pitch first frame. The Orioles, meanwhile, not so good. They are in a three zero hole at home to the Toronto Blue Jays now in the third inning, Bo Bichette gets them again two run Homer to give them the early advantage here. All part of a rough start for Kyle bradish, giving up 5 hits already in this contest. Go into the U.S. open, coco Goff in her quarterfinal match falling to Caroline Garcia 6 three in the first set Garcia leading the second set now to nothing. The winner of this one takes on jabour, who was a straight sets winner over eylau lanova. She's now known as Serena Williams final opponent. She is done for this tournament though. On the pitch, face familiar to fans at Audi field scoring the game winner for the U.S. women's national team in a two one victory over Nigeria, Washington spirit alum, rose lavelle, scoring in the 66th minute, putting Team USA up for good in that international friendly. Rob wood fork WTO sports. This is WTO news. The top stories we're following for you on WTO, the former president of the Washington commander's Bruce Allen is testifying today before a U.S. House committee, it is part of an ongoing investigation into accusations that team owner Dan Snyder fostered a toxic workplace. As Americans begin rolling up their sleeves for omicron specific COVID vaccines, White House health experts say the shots will likely become annual like flu shots with updated vaccines matched to the currently dominant strains. And Liz truss became UK prime minister today at the top of her list of challenges is the energy crisis triggered by Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Stay with WTO for more on these stories in just minutes

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"cinda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:05 min | 5 months ago

"cinda" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Might be more interesting once the China markets open, we had the China huarong asset management and China cinda asset management, reporting a big slump in first half earnings, these two are China's two biggest state owned distressed debt funds net income for the first 6 months at cinda dropped 33%. We had some positive news, though, pin d'or door ADR is surging 15% after it beat on revenue and profit and also we had BYD faring well. And that's a check of market. Let's get to news, news headlines with, with Doug Krishna, Doug hey Bryan, the Biden administration is reportedly planning to formally ask Congress to approve an estimated $1.1 billion worth of arms sales to Taiwan, Politico is saying it includes 60 anti ship missiles and 100 air to air missiles. Russian cargo planes have quietly picked up the first of scores of Iranian made combat drones for use against Ukraine. The Washington Post is quoting U.S. officials saying in early test by Russians, these Iranian drones experience numerous failures, a team of UN experts is being dispatched to a nuclear power plant in the Russian controlled southern region of Ukraine, shelling at and around these apogee plant has raised fears of a nuclear meltdown. China has suspended some meat imports from the U.S. food processing giant Tyson Foods Beijing citing a feed additive used in the U.S., but it's banned in China. And in the state's President Biden is expected to deliver a prime time speech from Philadelphia on Thursday. We are told he will assail Republicans for what mister Biden regards as their threats to the U.S. rights and freedoms, meantime Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is saying the U.S. is likely to dip into a recession as the fed raises rates to combat inflation and McConnell is blaming it on democratic spending. Hurricane alley, the Atlantic crucible of tropical storms has seen its quietest August in 25 years. Now, August is typically the beginning of the hurricane season's most active phase so far, though, the Atlantic has spun up three storms with the last one column forming in early July. That's a quick look at global news headlines, Juliet. Thank you so much, Doug. Let's get back to our guest way y'all as head of research and chief apec economist at society general. Joining us from Hong Kong. Let's talk about the situation in Korea. We had our Kathleen Hayes speaking to the bank of Korea governor ree at Jackson hole. And Citi saying that she's comments called raise some hawkish risks in the central banks monetary policy re basically saying that the bank of Korea won't stop tightening before the fed. What's your kind of outlook here on the Korean economy excuse me, I should say and also the complications of this one at a 13 year low. Yeah, sure. So the current economy obviously is going to slow because of the external demand is on the path of deceleration. It's actually already started and given how important it is for the current economy. It's hard to see how Korean girls can remain resilient in this environment. But meanwhile, they also have an inflation problem. The headline has peaked. It's likely to decline here, but Korea has a little bit of the same dynamics as in the west, which is the labor market is tightening. So there is demand for inflation. So that really means yes, the BLK has to continue to hike interest rates as well. You talk there about inflation. I think the governor said himself that he expects inflation to slow below 3% by the end of next year. Are you seeing more broadly inflation peaking across Asia? Well, it is coming. In some countries, it's already here. For example, as we can see, there are both demand pool and supply inflation in countries like Singapore, Korea, Australia, they have a Titan labor market as well. So in these places, inflation is definitely broadening beyond the food and energy. It would be harder to contain. Well, speaking of beyond food and energy, we've got a Bloomberg intelligence piece saying that the surging Singapore rents are something that's going to keep inflationary pressures high too. Does that kind of, I guess, spur more investment demand for residential properties and I guess the housing market in Singapore or does it call that demand? That will come. For sure. But in the short term, it probably is still going to take the policy tightening to cause some of the demand. Usually the housing projects that's going to take time. And in this case, we're talking about the idea that inflation in Asia is actually also a problem for a lot of the central banks. They have to hike not because of fed is hiking, but because they also have to contain their own inflation. Well yeah, let's talk about where you are in Hong Kong because that has its own challenges too as it follows the dynamic COVID policy and we've talked here about businesses in China, not being very optimistic and of course the exodus two of the brain drain in Hong Kong. What's your outlook for Hong Kong? Does the city sort of come back when we get these tough restrictions eased or as Hong Kong change forever? Well, it's hard to say at this stage, but apparently it's going to have a couple of difficult years ahead. One is because Hong Kong still have a pretty restrictive entry policy while compared to the rest of the world. So that's not going to help. And once people are leaving, it's going to take time for the time to come back. And the other thing is Hong Kong economy is very much connected to integrating into China. Mainland and China is not going to do well in the coming few years, probably in terms of growth. It's zero COVID. There is also structural debt problem. They need to resolve. That's got to take time. All right, thank you

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"cinda" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

06:35 min | 11 months ago

"cinda" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast

"I'll never forget the first time I went on the track with Joey and again I hadn't been out there the only two times I had been out there years and years ago just as a complete novelty jog a couple labs. But I was with Joey. He was in a different horse right beside me and had the lines in my hand there and again this was like two weeks ago and he says, we'll reach up there and smack her in the ass. The lines and I said, buddy, I'm going fast enough right now. Let's just hold off here. Let's get a lap in here and moderate speed. So you know to go from that in two weeks to feel comfortable enough to go behind the gate and put on some semblance of a race, I'm just happy it worked out because again, people really seem to enjoy it. Pete and I enjoyed it. My goodness. I mean, it was something I really didn't think I would enjoy. I was more nervous. Yeah, that was what I was going to talk about next. I was more nervous than obviously than anticipated, but because again, just with such a lack of experience, I didn't get much run in time to it. So for having all of that, I thought it was really fun because we actually had a blast, I had a blanche leading up to it and I think everyone else had a good time as well. And you know if it made a couple other people watch Pompidou, near the end here because obviously near and dear to my heart, you know, two Dan are come out one last time. I think that it was well worth it and most importantly, above and beyond anything of how we all enjoyed it was that these retired racehorses, which there may be some right here in this facility closes in less than two weeks that are going to be looking for their second careers. I mean, it looks like at this point that we're going to be somewhere in the 55, $60,000 range, which that really is crazy. That part blows my mind. It wasn't the original goal like a thousand bucks. Yeah, it was, yeah, exactly. So that is real money. That goes a long way. He was emotional about that last night. You know, and I don't blame him. It kind of blows my mind as well and I can't thank those that contributed enough to us and it just seemed to get momentum rolling the entire time. We had facilities Gulf Stream, you know, opted to match the full amount, the beat and I both raised. I had horseshoe Indianapolis come in to a match. The full amount as well. Similar seizures properties kicked in, you know, a thousand bucks. Somebody donated a thousand bucks was supposed to be for Pete. Yes. That's right. Yeah, exactly. I had a buddy text me, Steve Anderson, shout out to Steve. That big Stevie takes me and said, hey, Gabe, good luck tonight. Just send you a $1000, and I kept waiting for it to show up. And lo and behold, it's on the I yellow, GoFundMe. I said, Steve, you've donated the enemy. Oh, wow. My bad. My response was Gabe, isn't it the horses? That's the thing. You don't want both of those charities are excellent. I mean, they do essentially the same thing. You know, obviously the new vocations to me, I thought it was really cool because they handle both. You know, and they did, they do a lot of standard after care. And obviously peach was specific to thoroughbreds, which is, you know, obviously you would expect with him. But yeah, they both do great work. I mean, hey, it's about the horses and regardless of breed. We all enjoy the racing and we all want the very best of care for these horses when they're done putting on the show for us. The breed and the horses was kind of what I wanted to ask about next because Pete said before the interview he goes, you wait and see how good they make us look. And I thought he was being a little bit like hyperbolic and stuff, but it was kind of true, right? Like the training and the and even just you talking about going the right way and the wrong way and stuff like that. Like these horses are very, very smart, but they get it and it's kind of like they kind of take care of you guys in a way out there, right? You know, they really do. The thing that concerned me a little bit, again, just from being a complete novice is that we school behind the gate a week ago and Pete had never done that before either. That was a new experience for both of us and wildly Hennessey was in the gate that day as well and for those that may not know they can talk to us behind the gates of speaker. There's a speaker and it's just like they're talking right to us and can direct us so you know we kind of got our bearings there set behind the gate and tried a couple of runoffs from the gate. Their last week, the first time I was just hanging on, trying not to because you know the horses tell where they know when they get picks up speed I mean you can film grab on to a large degree and then when the gate goes, they know it's really time to go. So you know, it was good to do that to get comfortable, but I still was a little concerned about my ability behind the gate, but luckily she did do all she did everything. She's a professional and as everyone kept telling me in the back Gabe, don't worry about it. She's done it a million times more than you have. She knows she'll take care of you out there and so then I just my goal is to try and corner that first turn and get Pete behind me because I thought at a shorter distance if I was going to have any shot against Pete with who would certainly have a lot more experience that it was to get him in behind me. So the first part of the operation went well and I don't really know I haven't timed the race having to look back then but you know we might have went a little fast there because we were there was lights on hornsby. As you said in that first term so I might have zipped her a little too quick and but what a fun time and it was great. I knew right around the far turn he was sort of inching to me. I did speak to her a couple of times there. You know, we didn't have website obviously, but we were, you know, again, I can't even talk right now so you can tell I was I had a braveheart battle cry behind her and I was using the lines and trying to urge the very best I could and you know I knew you know mid stretch. We were getting into a little bit of trouble there. Well, it's funny 'cause the great Ryan Thompson of Ryan from Chicago on Twitter. He had a great gate shot and both of you were like miles up. So I guess you're hollering at that point, but it was going into the first one. And pardon the pun, but is the horsepower in your hands? Like is it more noticeable than you expected maybe? I mean, do you really feel that? Oh yeah, absolutely. 'cause they grabbed right on. You know, if you allow them to keep that bit in their mouth and one of the best pieces of advice, I got advice from everybody. You know, 10 million people were texting me and the backstretch. They've got 30 texts since we've been here. I'm trying to filter everything that people were telling me. And you know, the real guys don't listen to Wally Hennessy because he's won a million races and I really trust while he's a great friend of mine and then Joey cinda knows about this mayor more than anybody..

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"cinda" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Day. Federal, state and local health officials continuing to voice concern A large crowds over this Labor Day weekend will add The current pandemic surges. ABC is Trevor all hospitals in states with low vax rates like Idaho are already struggling in many schools across the country trying to reopen are already running into trouble in Texas, dozens of districts with more than 40,000 students halting in person classes because of infection. And speaking on CBS's face the Nation Yesterday, Dr Anthony Fauci said the goal remains the same to roll out of Covid 19 booster from Pfizer. In two weeks. Fauci is the White House is chief medical advisor and said research is currently under way to determine if a person who received the Moderna vaccine Can get the fighter booster shot because of availability. But, he added. Right now, the plan is to give people the same brand of vaccine when it's time for the booster were lining up fighter against Pfizer, Pfizer for Madonna and vice versa. Hopefully within a reasonable period of time measured in a couple of weeks, we will have that data. Dr. Fauci also said there is a plan in place to determine how booster vaccines will be distributed. New Zealand has eased some of its coronavirus lockdown restrictions as it tries to reduce an outbreak of the delta vary in that began last month. Prime Minister Yes Cinda Ardern, reducing the threat level. For much of the country from level three to Level two, which still requires masks in indoor public settings. Ice coverings are now mandatory to alert level to whenever you're inside most public venues, So if you're entering a retail shop or an indoor facility Like a mall or a library. You must wear a mask. But the prime minister does say restrictions will remain at level four in Auckland, which is New Zealand's largest city. The country has mostly escaped the brunt of covid 19 infections just 27 deaths since the pandemic. Again. South Lake Tahoe residents are being allowed to go back home after mandatory evacuation orders were downgraded yesterday. The evacuation ordered As a precaution because of unpredictable spread of the Kaldor fire in Northern California reporter Renee Santos with KOVR television from South Lake Tahoe, people in the South Lake Tahoe area were forced from their homes, not knowing what they would in fact, return to, But now is the moment they've been waiting for lucky that their homes are still standing a sigh relief for many of those families. Who are now making the drive back to this area. Authorities warned that the Cal door fire remains a threat and urge residents to pay attention to conditions. A dramatic rescue in Rowley early yesterday morning Mark Column is a commercial fisherman, and he was able to get his neighbor Out of her burning home has brought back memories of what happened to Mark column 20 years ago when a fire in his home claimed the lives of his wife and his two young Children still still resonates in me so I'm glad things worked out today. So all happened about five o'clock yesterday morning on Wethersfield Street in Rowley, another rescue this one in New York. First responders were called in to pull a queens man who had fallen 25 ft down an old storm drain. ABC seven Dhaliwal from the scene has arrived to the strain to find him in the water. Hypothermia was a concern. First drop for Cruz was to keep this man calm. They actually hoisted him up. He was injured with unclear as to why this man was there in the first place that man recovering..

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"cinda" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"But it's in like the North part of the White House like the red carpet with a ping pong table in the middle, But it says Obama at Comet Ping Pong. I mean, I don't know who believes that some it might be. Someone makes it as a joke and passed it to a friend who then puts it on this, you know, Reddit Age, and then it's in the kind of you know it's a new kind of conspiracy disease vector in the kind of mind of the body politic. So yeah, I think we'll talk about it some more. But I think you're I mean, the Internet certainly has allowed communities that otherwise communicated much more slowly to communicate much more rapidly and evolved much faster in a way that's kind of surprising and shocking, mean, unfortunately, spend more time engaging with people on the Internet. That I definitely don't want to meet in real life. But it's shocking how fast these things can metastasize. Yeah, one more question before break. Okay, So you know going to what you just said. And also, you know, something that struck me as you were talking about the history of the like the Illuminati and the breakup of the Illuminati and how they're becomes this Evidence kind of how they how they gather evidence and create argument toward the argument that they want to make. Um, which made me think of the idea that you know, in a conspiracy situation that there is no trusted source and because, like you said, your sources contaminated by people who want you to see or you know what they want you to see. Um, which which really led me to kind of this. The modern era of kind of you of your truth. You have your facts. I have my truth. I have my facts and kind of made me wonder if a lot of this comes down to like, Like just the idea that police don't need proof because you have what you believe. And I have what I have. Right? So we're in. I mean, imagine if we go back right to Stefan Diggs, Right. It was an unusual person to put in. Let's have an evidentiary argument about how we think of knowledge and let's turn to Stefan Diggs. Wide receiver Vikings, But the idea is you can go ahead and prove it to me right now. But don't give me a picture that you got from somewhere because they lie to us, right? What we're in is this weird evidentiary space in which technology has made it even pre photo shop. The idea that the evidence you're giving me is fake because I have decided that NASA is a front too. Fake the moon landing. So the pictures you're giving me as evidence can't work as evidence because I've already decided that because they are part of the conspiracy. None of that evidence can be trusted. So there is no evidence and I think we're at a point. Now this is I was in English major as well. Undergrad, and we talked about postmodernism and moving past truth. And the idea was that this was going to be really great because we were and we were overthrowing master narratives of of kind of, you know, inherent ideas of gender or Power or capitalism or these kinds of things, And we would be three out of these master narratives. And we'd be in a post where the kind of the powerful wouldn't have be able to control the narrative. Well, we're here. So this is what it looks like Writing in an area and where you say, how do we engage and talk about these issues? When we won't share a world view of what counts as evidence? And when we are in an area and again? This is where it moves towards religion, right? You would never say to someone in I grew up and I say, I believe the Lord Jesus died for my sins. You're like, Well, give me that evidence right. There are some claims that are safe in our culture away from evidentiary claims. We're not going to have that article mint right? Or maybe we will, but it's going to be uncomfortable. But that sense of belief has moved in many cases beyond what we would think of as traditionally religious questions. But I would also argue from some of this. Many of arguments about conspiracies are religious questions They function like Religious questions, not like political questions. And that can put us in a really gray area as we tried to debate them. That makes sense. Yeah, so we'll talk about it more So do you. Thank you. Thank you. Part of our lectures and American History Series, a seminar for high school teachers hosted by the New York City National September 11th Memorial and Museum. A lecture on conspiracy culture in American history. The principal Stephen Andrews, history professor Indiana University at Bloomington. Next on American history on C Span Radio, an event hosted by the U. S Capitol Historical Society. It's a virtual event from the year 2020 a discussion of the book the suffragists playbook. Opening comments by Jane Campbell, president of the U. S Capitol Historical Society, and today we have two extraordinary people who are with us, Uh, the Cinda, Rob and Rebecca bags, bags Roberts, who have joined together to write a book called The Suffragist Playbook. If you can take a look here You will learn about this book. But you're more important. You will learn about the suffragists and what they did how they did it both some of the encouraging things and some of the discouraging things as they were working on it. Um, so the idea is That we can learn a lot from suffrage is and that the suffragists were the first to do a parade down Pennsylvania Avenue, the first to pick at the White House. And now we see that as commonplace, So let me tell you about these two women. Lucinda Rob was the project director for our mothers before US Women in Democracy, 17 89 to 1920 at the Center for Legislative archives, and this project rediscovered thousands of Were looked original documents. Uh and really, she helped to organize the National Archives celebration of the 75th anniversary of the 19th.

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"cinda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Period. And it's with kind of an unexpected companion. Some background. So I have endometriosis, which is a reproductive illness that one in 10 American women have where your endometrium, which is usually the lining of your uterus, like it's shed during your period starts growing in all these places. It's not supposed to sew on your organs and your intestines waited actually starts growing outside of your that's what he says. So each month and I had no idea about this. I feel embarrasses a 35 year old woman to have gotten to this point and not known this, But each month your body tries to push out all that extra tissue that's in places. And it can't can't get rid of that. And so it's very painful. And you can take birth control to help eliminate the pain, which Cinda did for many years. But then she started getting depressions and all these complications and so she had to stop. And as soon as she did, the pain came rushing back. I got my first period off of birth control. I was Maybe 22 years old. And it hit me when I was at The airport in Casablanca in Morocco alone, just traveling back from Liberia. She'd been making a documentary for the BBC and was about to fly home and I don't like period and I had, like 30 minutes to was supposed to board my fight JFK to get back to the United States and all of us and I couldn't move, she said. She just sort of froze in place in front of the food court, and Janet ended up coming up to maybe like Are you okay there, But then I was like, kind of speak French..

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"cinda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Up with something. That I think might be one of my most favorite things on the Internet. Uh, my name is Sandra Johnson. Very sexy and training right now. It's kind of just like grainy. In the shadows iPhone Video in which Sanford Johnson is standing there with one ft. Barefoot while he's holding a white tube socks and a sneaker. Remember, according to Mississippi law, he's not allowed to perform an actual condom demonstration. With a condom. So what he does is he holds up this tube sock to the camera. And he says, to teach kids how to put on a sock. If you're going to be engaged in the side that when you're wearing athletic shoe or where you're using a question that matter to me, as long as your foot is protected, I want to make sure that you have On the side due to start with the stock and I want to pitch out with the air out of the side because I want to make sure that there's room for my telegrams when I'm engaging in sexual activity. Then I take the sock and put it on top of my foot. And all I do is just roll it down. Just rolled down that some people stop right here and just only put that sock on halfway. That's not how you do it. You want to take this Stop if you want to roll it all the way down your quick You want to roll it all the way down the foot, And then you can put it inside the shoe. And then you're ready to engage shoe activity. Now, when I'm doing this video lives on our website, and you should absolutely go watch it when you're done with this episode. This video is delightful, but it served a larger purpose for us, which is that it reminded us There are a lot of different ways to have conversations about sex and the body. And we thought, okay. What if for our live show, we try to reframe the conversations happening around Sex, said. What if we use metaphor and euphemism and comedy, maybe even a little meditation. As a way to navigate all the stuff swirling around sex, Ed whether that's a law in Mississippi or just the general awkwardness that comes with this topic, so to do this One thing Sanford and Sex Educators from all across the country told us was that a key part of a sex ed classroom was a question box where students could drop in anonymous questions, and then the teachers would pull them out and answer them to try and facilitate discussion. So we thought, What if we make our own question box and try and answer the questions with this reframing? So we gathered questions from listeners read it, Sanford. Fifth graders. It's in no way comprehensive, but we gave it a try to kick us off. Here's major Connery seeing the first question this is just her A mic and a vocoder. Why period? Why are period went? Oh, that are period. It's no Oh, why period it. Thank you. It's really An unbelievable pain. It feels like someone's shoving a knife up inside me and then turning it slowly. But with no rhythm that I contract So I can never quite get my head on top of it of predicting it. It feels like I'm like in hell and I can't move. That's Cinda Aga. She's 20 for a filmmaker, and she's talking about what she goes through every month when she gets her period. Now.

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"cinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"All focus in on where the pain is and what it feels like. And I let it just kind of shoot up into my bread. And it feels like kind of like if you watched like a water kind. Kind of like wash across the page, you know, and everything's red all of a sudden, and the first thing I think is, uh huh. Yeah, that's it Like, um I've identified trying to, um to be one with it and be ski. What do you see between feeling And then I try to just kind of a shift to the color. It'll start like, you know, changing the little black and orange, and it's still like mixing with the red among Pushing it all the way. It is something different. Like Pig. You know, it's like a wash, and it gets like Victor explicar, and then all of a sudden the way it is coming in color. At this point in the live show, we put onto the screen these amazing images. They're hyper saturated poppy surreal, and they are made by Cinda. If you want to see them, you can go to radio lab dot org slash.

"cinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Background. So I have endometriosis, which is a reproductive illness that one in 10 American women have where your endometrium, which is usually the lining of your uterus that gets shared during your period starts growing in all these places. It's not supposed to sew on your organs and your intestines waited actually starts going outside of your That's what exercise. So each month and I had no idea about this. I feel embarrassed is a 35 year old woman to have gotten to this point and not known this, But each month, your body tries to push out all that extra tissue that's in places and it can't it can't get rid of it. And so it's very painful and you can take birth control to help eliminate the pain, which Cinda did for many years. But then she started getting depressions and all these complications and so she had to stop. And as soon as she did, the pain came rushing back. I got my first period off of birth control. I was maybe 22 years old. And it hit me when I was at the airport in Casablanca in Morocco alone, traveling back from Liberia, she'd been making a documentary for the BBC and was about to fly home and I got my period and I had, like 30 minutes total supposed to board. My flight to JFK came back to the United States and all of us and like I couldn't move, she said. She just sort of froze in place in front of the food court and janitor ended up coming up to moving like our You okay? Arabic, and I was like, kind of speak French and don't care about then he was like, Are you okay in French and I respond and I was like, I don't have to say period in French. He was very helpful, but the pain was so bad. She was just like I have to call somebody and I still had, WiFi said. I called my dad, which I was kind of surprised about, like I'm pretty close to my dad. But he's not the period guy. Uh, maybe world fashion. I don't know. So we called them both into this. Studio to talk about it. All right. Okay, so I'm good.

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"cinda" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"I mean, from the depending you hear the poetry, But you could tell his, you know his voice and kind of very aged a little bit there, but still the band with the honor. Journey journey with voice of God, I'm sure they didn't say the same thing about Pee Wee Herman. Yeah. Bigfoot's into, though, had it I mean, yeah, the handheld galaxy of life. I love that. For Cinda was the best and finally getting honored. Alright. You took the Moderna government. Correct. And I both have moderna, your your, um attorney guy and will always be proud of it. You said right? Yeah. Yeah, but during 100%, Yeah, I'm all in all modern. Yes. Well, now, my forever ever exactly. New stories come out that both the fighter and maternal vaccines This is a This is a story that Housman calling he wants. He wanted an answer. We know how needs dates. He means I'd light he has like a hard information. He doesn't like exactly things written in Jello. But it kind of is written in cello because it's using the word could But the Pfizer and Moderna Covid 19 vaccines could Protect you against coronavirus. For years, and when I read this, this is the point that you're making right now exactly. What you're saying It could. Yeah. You could expire next week. It could you were going to like that part that you needed to know that April 28th of 2026. Your shot expires. I could have written this story, right? You could have written this story. But they're saying now the booster shots may not be needed for most people who have gotten both of the vaccines. Because it can. It creates what the and this is the key word, a persistent immune reaction in the body. And persistent is the key. Well, you know, what would you say that An immune reaction in the body. I wonder. I wonder how many sicknesses this vaccine may keep you from getting them? Well, this particular one went is designed specifically for Covid 19. But these kinds of vaccines You know you you we talked about how this is going to open the door to fight other diseases, potentially even cancer. Mhm. You know? Yes, they may be able to create create one of these RNA M RNA attacks. Cancer. Mhm. But how? This is big news that you may not need another vaccine. You may not need a booster even if the virus makes some sense to significant transformation. Yeah, you still may not need it. And that the Delta one, there's the one we're talking about now, but but maybe this will end up being like the The polio vaccine. You know that Jonas Salk did so and you don't want to done it would be great if this held true and the good news is the way this vaccine and I love this analogy, Remember, we got early on That the the the vaccine is like a 16 lane Interstate. The travel straight up and down. Uh, in the in the virus is like a two lane curvy Blue Ridge Parkway. You know that's going through the mountains like this, Okay, but it's staying within those 16 lanes. The whole time. Mhm and so that that protection that barrier of the 16 lanes covers you for whatever variant meaning the How does that road change? You know, turns left turns right for every variant that you may get. Yeah. Well, it's it's all good news, and hopefully it will prove to be Exactly what they hope it will do. Yeah, And maybe they could drop drop That word could write soon. You know, I don't know. I guess you have to wait years to find out. Yeah, That's the thing. We just don't We don't have enough research. You know, we've got to continue to track people to see you know, how do the antibodies hold up? How does your body react to things you know? But right now the news looks pretty good. Right now. Excellent. I feel good to about. Yeah, Yeah. All right. Yeah. Purpose it again so I could feel good. If you could could you would should Yeah, maybe I want to. It's all possible. Yeah. Traffic right now. Similar news. Hai Karate could get you a supermodel Mhm. What's found I 30 Agus Thomas and the two left lanes are still blocked off their heavy to Beltline. Broadway 75 North band McDermott looks like the right lane, An intern tramp are taken away their another one on 75 north at 3 80 University that one of the two left lanes. Got problems. 6 35 westbound at 9 35 e part of that ramp is blocked off. Also got the problem North and 35. He just past 6 35 for the HIV entrance and another lane are taken away for a record. 35 northbound business. 1 21. It looks like the roadway is now shut down because of the crash out of backup. Solid to the Sam Rayburn Tollway and a new one in Fort Worth on. I 35 w northbound, Barry W B. A P first traffic on the ones I'm Monte cook. This report is brought to you by the North Texas dealer Association. Do you have insurance? And do you know you're right? In Texas. You have a consumer bill of rights, giving you the right to choose the company that repairs your car and the parts used to get you safely back on the road. Learn more about your rights to repair at mt dot com. In the weather center still have a pretty good stream of gulf moisture headed from my 45 right on up here this afternoon. So expect another round or two or three of showers and thunderstorms behind 87 this.

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"cinda" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"F m. She is simply awesome. She Dutch bomb me baby don't jeans and don't have time because she wasn't free. The blink of an eye. I'm her number and her night. Yeah, Wow said I was the type of sheep on it. Now we share the same dream horse that be that one. No, my love wrong. I lose my cool Cinda room. Mm hmm. And I get so excited. Just I'm her book you that trick eyes that you can't ignore. Compassion bands. You I'd never be born. Mm. I wasn't sir. Your time. Robbing my game. You know what bothers from my my review? Shit. The same upon was happy that one. No road Now we share the same dream. Don't won't have hearts. Happy they won. Oh, yeah, no. Hmm. Now we're hearing the same thing. Caricom plan. Now we're sharing the same over two hours of commercial free music. We do it every morning at 8 40 to kick off your workday 97.1 wash at them. I know this pain. Why do you lock yourself off the knees changed? No one can change a life. Think so. You. Never anyone step all over you just open your heart and your mind. Mm hmm. Is it really fair to feel this way inside? Wow. Somebody's going to make you want to turn around. Take my Tell that say that? Are you going to let hope you don't make cry? Don't you know? Don't you know to change picks are going away. You don One more day one more day going away. Hold on one day. Yeah. You could sustain my incontrovertible. No understand. We are in No baby That just happened. Tear a man standing by guys. I don't think it's right. Change your mind. Someday somebody's gonna make you want to turn around. Take black until that day that or you gonna let him put you down and make cried, You know? Did you know? Did you change? Going away. No doubt when my day one more day things are going anywhere holding Break free from the Yeah, I know that there was pain, but you hold on for one again. It's break favorite from the change. Someday somebody's gonna make you want to turn around saying goodbye until that day back or you can let them hold you down to make prize. No chain out. Is it going away Your home? Yeah. Yeah, you can. No, it's a change that value away your home one more day. You hold on. We're Toby and Chili with the most music in the morning on 97.1. Wash. FM top stories right now. A.

"cinda" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"cinda" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"On the air. Good Thursday morning, America's first news continues its the 29th day of April six minutes. Past the hour and declaring America is rising. A new president Biden on Wednesday night gave his first address to a joint session of Congress East touted is $1.9 trillion stimulus package and champion is $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal and introduced a $1.8 trillion American families plan. Republican Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, delivering the Republican rebuttal accusing the president of failing to deliver on promises significant amount of proposed bending just on Wednesday alone would ensure that eligible families receive at least $250 a month per child through 2025. Would extend the enhanced at tax credit that was part of the president's covert 19 8. There would be more than $400 billion for subsidized childcare and free preschool for all three and four year olds. Republicans so far have balked at the price tags of Biden's plans. 22 year old Chicago man who was fleeing from police had his back turned and appeared to be holding a gun when an officer fatally shot him last month that according to video released on Wednesday, and what's becoming all too familiar occurrence for the city's in battle, Police Department Nearly two weeks after releasing footage of the fatal police shooting of a 13 year old Adam to Lehto, the city's independent Police review Board released footage, another investigation materials and pertaining to the March 31st killing of Anthony Alvarez. On D I will warn you. This is a little tough to listen to me. Oh, why are you sorry You had a gun? Hey, Get on the ground! Get on the ground! You want David shots fired by police 16 61 night one day Hey, Get down, Cinda. The gun is right there. The gun is right. They're not gonna stop. Stop moving. I'm trying to help you all right way. Hope you weigh with me get the Ambulance. I like in the Toledo case, the board recommended that the officer who shot all over as be stripped of his police powers until the investigation's finished as she did before the Toledo footage was made public. Mayor Lori Lightfoot called on the public to remain calm and allow this review too. Complete the investigation into the killing of Alvarez. The review board. I should say the head of the Chicago Police Union did the same and urged the public to review the footage. Lava fired. Ohio officer accused of killing Andre Hill pleaded not guilty Wednesday two additional criminal charge the same day, prosecutors dropped two misdemeanor charges of dereliction of duty. Former officer Adam Coy, who was indicted in February on murder, Felonious assault and dereliction of duty for failing to turn on his body Cam in the death of Hill was arraigned Wednesday after a grand jury last week added a criminal charge of Reckless homicide case numbers 21 CR 1607 and 21 P. R 451. State of Ohio vs Adam Toy, Okay, the court.

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"cinda" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"cinda" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"This part Would only say this young woman's life that saved her mother and her Children from the insufferable office. That's Cleveland police chief Jeff Shoemaker reading accommodation for the emergency responders. You can find out more about the story it access W Did you win. In today's local obituaries. Flanagan FUNERAL Home announces the death of Charles Ray Williams Age 71 of Buford Little, and Davenport announces the death of Cinda H. Elliott, Age 78 of Gainesville, as well as the death of Bobby Ray Hall. H 88 of Flowery Branch Memorial Park, announcing the death of Dilma del Dan Charles Addison Age 73 of gains film. Memorial Park. Also announcing the following desk. John Gray fielder, the third age 72 of Gainesville, William it, Leonard. Pardon age 77 of Flowery Branch and Dina Fallon, Prince Age 84 of Gainesville. Memorial Park South announces the death of Magalie Johnson, age 66 of Grayson and Wimberly Funeral Home announces the death of Cicero, Paul Singleton Jr Age 74 of gains film. There's more news online it access Wdun and coming up. We'll take a look at our forecast for the day and actually the weak in front of us. See how things are going to play out. We'll also check up on your traffic this morning. Spotted problem. Let us know it's free to do so. It's 775352911. You can talk or text at that number and only one is safe. We do so of course, all that and more coming up in just a bit. This news brought in part by Harris Floor covering and by Little Davenport Funeral home. Wdun times. Seven after seven When you hear sells ads claiming 60 or 70% off,.

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"cinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"cinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Bay Area and nationally for over four decades. Online at LCH be dot com. Empathizing a good morning and welcome to a Valentine's Day, which will be mostly cloudy at the coast with a slight chance of rain there. Some mix of sun and clouds today temperatures from the most part mid fifties still of sixties and wins. Out of the West up to about 10 or 15 miles this afternoon. Tonight, Rain is coming mainly after 4 a.m. towards dawn and then Washington's birthday presents day, rain or chance of rain throughout the day, with similar temperatures mid fifties to low sixties. It's 20 minutes now before nine o'clock at KQED Public radio. I'm Barbara Klein. With these headlines, China is accusing the U. S of pointing fingers at other countries that have faithfully supported the World Health Organization's coronavirus response. This comes after national security advisor Jake Sullivan yesterday Question Beijing's transparency about the earliest days of the outbreak. New Zealand's biggest city, Auckland, has been put on lockdown after three new local cases of covert 19 were diagnosed. Prime minister Just Cinda are Durn says the country's moving hard and early the West African country of Guinea has officially declared a new Ebola's outbreak. At least three people have died. I'm Barbara Klein. NPR news coming up in the next segment of weekend edition. We're gonna learn about racist artifacts that come up in the antique malls and flea markets today, shocking shoppers.

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New Zealand City Goes Back Into Lockdown After New Coronavirus Cases Detected

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:13 sec | 2 years ago

New Zealand City Goes Back Into Lockdown After New Coronavirus Cases Detected

"Biggest city, Auckland, has been put on lockdown after three new local cases of covert 19 were diagnosed. Prime minister Just Cinda are Durn says the country's moving hard and early

Biggest City Auckland Just Cinda Durn
"cinda" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

19:57 min | 2 years ago

"cinda" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You know how I love was meant to be a love to last forever. And now I want you here with problems tonight. Always love me. And then you see Together? No, no one that I need to know. Time you everywhere you go. Always on my mind you So me my life. What Yeah. Your money back. Yeah. Sonny 179 the greatest hits of the seventies, eighties and nineties babies, man you done By your memory to rest. Don't you cry No more. Once I rose above the noise and confusion just to get a glimpse beyond list illusion I was soaring ever hired. But I do know my eyes could see a blind man though my mind could take a spill wasn't man Man. I hear divorce is winning. 3 may back in here. This very Don't you cry? No. Raiding my greatest season did claim to be a wise man. Show me that. I don't know how long this storm You're just about I'm like a ship on the ocean. Pathetic A small inns of court. But I hear the booth right now. Don't you cry? No. Oh, Thank you. So anyway, Cherry on that, sir, please like you done. Help me. Don't you cry, don't you? Southport is home for the greatest hits of the seventies, eighties and nineties. Sonny one of 79, Jamaica, Take it Go. Baby ladder. We go put keys. There's a place called Co Come on. That's where you want to go to get away from now on. Buy drugs, cocaine taking your heart Do you pay down? Go on. You got a good God, Mama, Go G Go away. I'll go take a walk. Yeah. After God, Dale Country Girl drop it could come back later. Take it. Take it. Everybody place like now. You want to go away for good out. Go take John D'argo. Do you go away? What do you got? Okay, let's go check it out. Being out. Question tonight Check do insists papers. I I always shake my window. Sweet Cinda losing side Get out and about tonight. You all swore me to my this'll sound. Is Justin Apple been let me take up by if they say why. Wait. Why is ready right now? Yeah. E say why? But teach you what, Like a great idea. Why don't you Yeah. Talked that way. Yeah, I know. Looking out across the Loman sixties, hot begins to be great. She knowed I touched her shoulder dreamy night must read if they say life better future wife with anyway. By the way. Yeah. Did you in any way? I like it, man. Sweet dreams are made of. Yes, my to dis, uh, be a travel the world and the seven seas. Everybody's looking for songs. Some of them want to use you. Some of them want to get used by you. Some of them want to abuse you. Some of them want to be abused. Sweet dreams are made of Seven seas. Everybody's looking for something. Moving on moving on, you know. Some of you still want to see you anymore. Yeah. You see what you look like? You know what? Is that what you want? I'll go home. Oh, any Lennox. Everyone is looking for something We're looking for Friday. It'll be here soon Friday means we're kicking off and all eighties weekend way do it every weekend on study one of 79 all your favorite songs from the eighties all weekend long..

New Zealand extends Auckland lockdown for 12 days

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

New Zealand extends Auckland lockdown for 12 days

"New Zealand just celebrated 100 days without new Corona virus cases. But that's come to an end now and parts of the country are in lock down once again. Prime Minister just Cinda are Durn says the lock down in Auckland will last for at least two weeks. And she says researchers believe this is a new strain that just arrived in the country. The sequence off the virus. From the current outbreak is not the same is the sequences from community cases and AL First original outbreak in New Zealand. New Zealand officials have identified 29 new cases all links to one

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