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"colona" Discussed on The Pelvic Floor Project
"And years and so that has been the biggest impact is when those people come in and say. Hey i listen to this podcast. You guys did and i'm suffering. Can you help me amazing absolutely. I think that this is a talk. Where social media and podcasts. Come in handy. Because it lets them get their feet wet right and then and and kind of articulate their questions. Maybe they didn't even know how to ask your what to ask you and i know your appointment. Times are short. You don't have a lot of times. At least they can come thinking like okay. This is on my raider. I need to ask my doctor about this. would you say then. I guess you've probably already answered this question. I'm wondering how it's changed your practice. Your your. I'm thinking by the way that you're talking that it opens your mind to different options out there and would you say then you're able to put you feel comfortable presenting different options to your patients or you. Just send them different resources. I'm curious to know maybe like how are the interactions with your patients different. Yes so i think i've become much more open minded for Modality patient choice just understanding that. It is my job to present the evidence to answer your questions to understand your point of view. But it's your job as a patient to make the right choice that you believe for you Now that can be very challenging at some points. Take example covert and choosing not to get vaccinated and and it's from fear of the vaccine despite all the evidence so there's only so much we can do as kind of science space people we can present the data but there's always that kind of inner the person's inner voice right and and so that can be a bit challenging for sure but you know what i am there to support my patients in whatever way they need it to the best of my ability and all i can do is present them with the information And it's their decision. And i think i've become much more open minded to that For the most part. And also recognizing that i don't have all the answers and it's okay to ask for help and it's okay to ask my physio colleagues for help or my dietitian colleagues for help or my social work colleagues for help and that's okay and that's good. I'm curious to know. Then i actually have had a couple New specialists come to colona that Luckily we've developed a relationship where i feel comfortable sending her an email. Everyone once smell. Just saying what should i do about the shy. Refer to you Or who should i refer to. I can't say i've how that comfort before with physicians in town. I feel like. I know them quite well. I respect them. I feel like they respect me. But i don't feel like there's that open communication. And i would say i value that so much because i think it also saves me referring sometimes or maybe saves them referring. Have you found that or is it. I also understand. That's time consuming sometime. But i'm thinking with one of the care provider. Maybe we send a message once every three weeks. So it doesn't. It's not like it's happening every day. Are you finding that your communication with care..
"colona" Discussed on The Pelvic Floor Project
"Just like i did. I'm not sure if you'll hear it in my voice but at the end i even start to choke up at the feeling that there just might some change one day. Let's get to the discussion. Welcome to the pelvic floor project. I'm your host melissa to solve a physical therapist in colona bc canada and founder of mommy berries an online platform to support pregnant and postpartum women. I'm here because too. Many women fear their body during pregnancy. And then feel let down by their body after baby. And i want to help change this. My goal with this podcast is to take my personal experience as a mom of to my knowledge as a pt. And everything. i've learnt from my clients and then sit down with other professionals. Not only to provide you with evidence based information.
"colona" Discussed on Eric & Gord What If We're Right?
"It was stupid. Always you always think people always say you know if you're gonna do something of comes evolving the cops. I think if you part the car in their parking lot there's a chance they're just not having it all based just assume you know that somebody else's in colona valid assumption but vancouver cops know what's up they know what they're doing. They're good at their jobs. And i guess the plate had been reported stolen so they they saw the plate. There was like an ab on the plate I didn't steal the plate anyway. That's it that was my vancouver adventure tons of fun fuck you. Icbc and fuck me for being a moron and it's the worst fucking feeling when you can't blame someone. There's no one to blame. But you and you just gotta eat that go. Yup i've fucked up. Yup it had been exponentially better. Had i not fucked up and don't get skytrain fines. There's a thing it will always cost more in the youth shit right. I tell people all the time. It's just as easy as just as difficult to do something wrong as it is to do it right so you might as well just do it right. But i don't at that bed vice never applies to me and now it's catching up every time everytime what could have been one hundred and twenty seven dollars fine. Ten years ago was a five hundred dollar fine yesterday. So that's stupid. I once had a book from the library. I checked it out. I had it for like. I think it was like fourteen or fifteen years at the book for and i showed up one day and I didn't have a library card at this time anymore. And so my guy need to get an account. Of course give my id. They put my name on. They said oh. You have a book like ironically enough. I have it. I had come across. The guy should return this thing. So i said actually have it. I haven't with these gonna returning it.
"colona" Discussed on The Current
"And you have to kind of do the covert police thing and ask people to wear it properly but things are. Things seemed yesterday for me when i was in seen. Some things seemed to go smoothly. Good that you're running a busy restaurant in obviously a tourist destination for many canadians during a kogo break. How do you feel about having the masks back. I am currently feeling quite happy about it. i am willing to wear a mess. No problem i. I will wear it anytime i have to win. Numbers go up. And i feel that my customers are my stuff for my business. Maybe threatened by that. And how how. How challenging is it when the rules keep changing like this. You know you didn't have it now. you have it. He might go back. Yeah there's a there's a feeling of no control of Not knowing what the day holds on a daily basis you come in and you're like oh well wonder what's going to happen today so there's a lot of Variety to what we're experiencing it's different. That's for sure never expected this. No who did what. What has what does the pandemic revealed to you about about the place you live in and and your business i guess in how hard it is to to run a business in moments like well. The place i live is amazing. Colona is beautiful with many beautiful people who are good on the inside and out It's a sense of community here. We all stick together. We all worked together and we all take care of one another. We really support local. And at this time. I can't tell you how much colona has stepped up and has been supporting local. Been coming into the little shops that just you know maybe would not make it. And and and the fact that masks Might come off again. An there might be some of this back and forth flip-flopping as we adjust to things do. Do you think that that's something colona can live with. Is that something you can live with. Oh my goodness. I absolutely i mean colona is resilient. It's a great tourist destination. People should become an ear all the time whether it's mask on her mask off I think it's gonna be. I think it's going to be a great rest of the summer. No matter what and i hope people are coming to colona and But of course following the rules you know we have a little travel restriction on right now that people should be aware of okay. What's the soup of the day. Oh my goodness. The soup of the day is muller ghitani curry coconut rice. You're speaking my language. All right crystal. Stay safe stay with your mask on for now. Thank you so much for talking to us. This morning we'll do they all right. Bye-bye crystal dugan is the chef and owner of the little hobo soup and sandwich shop in colona. Sounds good.
"colona" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley
"The only place i would choose not to do it. Yeah i know you're there. They were like trying to do like a. They wanted to bring people on board and make it seem like they want to go away from the naked part of it and make it more kind of. I guess i can talk where people just post videos of things like you could do a cooking show. I'm like i'm not getting on only fans and cooking but it's so true because i feel like especially in that time i remember. I was brand new into like this industry. And i wasn't met with open arms and i feel like i have to do this. Thing where exit myself up in this cocoon of just like i was like my energy is just going to be zipped in this cocoon and knocking to any of the negativity like and termi- space and it's so funny because over time that the dynamic and the i feel like the culture is shifting in that sense where like women are wanting to help each other more and they're not being so single. It's not a zero-sum game anymore. You know when i was on chelsea lately you know. We had so many comedians on all the time. And all i knew was like i always just wanted to share the spotlight. It wasn't about me. I mean it was of course because it was my show a really what i wanted was to hang hang around with my friends and have a good time and be able to amplify all these people. Who weren't you know on tv yet. You know people like fortune. Teamster people like kevin. Hart tiffany haddish and joe koy and all those people i is. Sarah colona who stole one of my closest friends. Jen kirkman all these really talented comedians. You know i loved sharing that and with people like i'm a i'm a party girl i wanna have. A party is in my nature to be generous like that right. Yeah but when you do share the spotlight and then you can enjoy and see what that spotlight helped. Somebody accomplish you know you. It's a really really gratifying. Feeling so by sharing your spotlight however big or small it is it yields such reward and personal kind of you know so much pride and self esteem you were able to not make it all about yourself in in that act. You're able to help someone do something else. And if we could all apply that a little bit more especially in this industry right because it's so competitive and it's hard not to get competitive especially with social media you know what it does to our psyches and our self esteem and and all of that so you gotta stick to the basics of being like a decent human being and being a powerhouse because it is powerful to share your light. Yeah you know. It's it's so true..
"colona" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Crews in colona bc. Were trying to dismantle a construction crane but yesterday it came tumbling down leaving at least four dead and leaving the tight knit community in shock at a building construction site on monday morning. The upper portion of a yellow crane smashed through a neighboring office building. And a senior's home. The say they believe. The crane operator is among the four confirmed dead a fifth person. Who's working in the office. Building next door is presumed dead. Tracy johnson works at a jewelry store. A block away. We reached her in downtown. Colona tracy can you take me back to yesterday morning. When did you realize that something not right was happening outside. Well it was about ten forty five. I was working at my desk. Hurt very very loud sound Louder than anything. We'd heard come from the construction site. Sound like a huge loaded being dropped But it was very quickly followed by what i would imagine. A major earthquake felt like and Yeah we realized right away the direction where the sound was coming from was probably the Building site went running down the hallway to get out into the back lane and saw billows dust coming from the construction site. As you ran outside what could you see. I come down along interior hallway and it was just reminiscent of nine eleven with the Billows of dust that were being raised. Of course we didn't know what it was from. If it was part of the building or not. At least i. I couldn't see because there was so much dust and then as it cleared you could see. The building was still standing but wreckage of the crane was going through The building that was next to the building that was being built and in the The area that was still to be built upon your does you could see that it came down and it hit the two story building right next to the high rise. You're describing being next to that construction site. How close were you to the collapse. We're in the next block. So i i'm in a little Strip off separated by street to the building site. You whipped out your phone at that point and started taking some some photos and video. Can you describe what actually at that point and had the phone in my hand i had to run back into the store and come back out because you know it was just such a shocking event to even see and once realize something like that happen came got the phone went running down taking pictures and unwittingly You know taking a picture of the crane and there was a worker actually climbing down the interior of the crane at that point. Now there's a film clip all over the internet of the worker shimmying across the beam. And you know that point. We were all just shocked. It was similar to watching a movie. You just You know everybody's just praying and just think. Wow can you believe it. Oh my gosh you know what is going on and look at him. He's going cross and we just collectively hold our breath and let out a sigh of relief when we saw him. Climb onto the deck of the building. How were people reacting in the street. Well we were basically wandering around in shock. At that point the first responders arrived and the building site itself is it. You know contained by fencing. And you know we didn't know whether or not to run in there. We could see a lot of the construction crew was on the ground. There were alarms going. You know we could hear the sirens approaching from the distance and an onsite alarm was going and here biddy yelling. You know as a bystander. You you don't know where it's appropriate to jump in. What kind of damage could you see had been done to the buildings around. Well we could see the Crane was collapsed on the ground and so once he left our lane. Maybe walk down the side street. You know maybe a hundred feet or so. We could see that the crane had actually crashed through the building right next to it. There's a two story professional building and it helps you know lawyer's offices. I believe there's a home builder in there and some home design offices and it had gone right through the end right from the top to the bottom. You could see that being destroyed you work in that area tracy. No some of the people that work in those buildings. Have you heard from the well. That was the concern. Is that building. We knew We have some good clients within that building and we do know that a client has lost an employee that was in the building must be incredibly difficult. That five people have been killed and others were injured. What kind of impact does it have on people in a place where everybody knows everybody well. It's a tight knit community especially downtown. A lot of us have worked here for decades. There's a of new construction going on and it's exciting. Colona is a very vibrant beautiful city. And we're excited for its growth and everything that brings so something like this is just very unnerving and shattering. You know we're praying out in the street. I mean and not just for the people in the accident but for the first responders. There's a lot of people that were just rose to the occasion very quickly. The police were here very quick The ambulance services the the fire and rescue they were just right on it so quickly and it made you proud to see that it made you sound and to see such a tragedy happening Scared for for our community clients and friends that are going to be experiencing loss. It's going to affect the community for a while. Everybody's very excited to see the building. That's being built a beautiful building right in the center of downtown. And it's gonna be awesome for the city that little development that they're doing and what a shame that this is happened. You mentioned that the collapse of the crane was was completely unexpected What are you hoping to find out in in the coming days. I guess everybody is curious about what went wrong was it a fulton and how it was being taken down. Was it a fault. Maybe in how it was set up. I mean we just don't know the circumstances of what caused it you know and the concern for the people that are being lost and their family and as a community. How are we going to be able to support them. And and and probably the shock for bystanders. Like us you know. Later on and a couple of weeks you'll be reflecting it hits you hard. How fragile and precious life is and you know lot of times. It's just luck and circumstance and being in the right place at the right time versus wrong place at the wrong time tracy. Thank you so much for telling us about it. You're welcome take care you too tracey. Johnson works at a jewelry store in colona be seem a block away from crane collapse that smashed through to neighboring buildings and left at least four people dead. We reached.
The Blessings and Curses of Self-Sufficiency in Leadership with Jerry Colonna
"We got our conversation with jerry colona and we talked about the fact that a lot of leaders to become a good leader to build a business. You've got this thing of being self sufficient. You know like you figure it out you hack your way through it. You find solutions. Your resourceful and that self sufficiency can be can be a blessing. It can also be a curse the dark side of self-sufficiency as we can get isolated and we have a hard time letting other people in why is it as leaders that we struggle with this. I think it has to do with power. It has to do with expectations and projections of what does it mean to lead and lead. Well i'll give you an example and i'm talking about. I think that most folks attain leadership someone accidentally we do our job well and then we get promoted and then we do job well and then get promoted in all of a sudden where in this experience where we feel tremendous responsibility and this is the best of us. This is not power hungry. People this is. This is most of us. We carry into that experience an ideal of what it means to be a leader and then ideal we learn as a kit in the ideal goes like this. That person up at top called the top of the pyramid call it. The president caught. God call it our parents. They have all the answers. That's why they're up there. They're infallible the truth. Is we know better than that. But we don't feel that difference then all of a sudden we have power and were in that position and we think we're supposed to have all the answers. We think that our job as the ceo is to tell everybody what to do and in fact there's a little bit of a collusion goes on because many people that report to us think their job is to do what we tell them to do. And that's it simple structure except it's a lot more complicated than that because inside are scared because we actually don't know what to do and we're making it up every single day and we're going by instinct whether we're talking about being a ceo husband or wife or parent
"colona" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss
"All of these things that you feel so much like you data nature to and and that helps you not identify with it. Not it doesn't have to be your anger anymore. Can just be anger and so the combination of viewing it with some warmth and then viewing it as nature as a selfless phenomenon that you don't have to claim that project seems like i would love to be further and further along in the development of those twin mutually reinforcing capacities over the next three years. Me to you mentioned the weather patterns earlier in the conversation at midnight getting. I very rarely i would say never get angry. At the day for being overcast or raining or fill the blank right so getting closer to that level of equanimity detachments slash connection with the occurrences of emotions. Viewing them similarly that something to aspire too. You can view your emotion as a weather pattern. This is not my analogy. Because i can you view the what is a hurricane or any storm. It's a confluence of meteorological atmospheric events that come together to create a storm. But this you can't find any core to the storm. There is no essential nugget of storm. It's a coming together of variety of phenomena and the same is true for your anger but we just don't see it that way and so starting to just play with the idea of like this anger may just be a naturally occurring phenomenon just like a storm as joseph goldstein often says takes the nutrient of i out of it and makes it so much less loaded question popping to mind for me. I don't know why. I want to ask it but i'm going to ask if i were to ask dr bianca your partner in crime partner life or not i if i were to rather put her in a situation with you where she is saying to you dan i am so proud of you for dot dot dot just looking back over. The last could be last. Few years could be last week. Could be anything but what my she said you. I don't have to guess. Actually because jerry colona not that long ago he and i were having a skype session and he asked me something to the effect of like what would be similar question to what you just asked like what would be and i said..
"colona" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend
"If that is that is. that. So fucking weird. I, know so. My didn't allow for that to be because obviously, that's what it sounds like. But I'm like, no, there's no way it's. Like a like A. Cutesy word that the family is. Is What I assumed but then Sarah Colona has been on the show show tweeted whatever you do don't. Google and that's what came up and I was like Oh, of course, I just assumed anyway, go back to your prediction place. Jesus Can I just say something Oh for God's sake I kind of wanted to mock the Hologram thing. But then I thought more about it and I thought you know. If I. If I were grieving are missing someone I would probably. It's kind of wishful. I'll probably liked that gift even though it's very easy to say negative things about it and it's kind of weird anyway. Okay. Go ahead. Yeah I mean I can see how it'd be comforting. The only thing that I think is distasteful putting words in his mouth. Hussy he far. Or a WHO knows maybe he did say that but the part where he's like. Just anything kind genius. Like I'm very happy that this and I'm very happy that me probably would think that but you know. Yeah, it just feels distasteful anyway. So my if I were. If I had to put money down I would say. Biden. Looks like he's going to win on on Tuesday night. But it's I don't fuck. No like. I I guess I have a feeling that we're actually GonNa know on Tuesday night maybe because there's so much so many people are so convinced not GonNa know on Tuesday night it just feels like that's the way it would go. and. That'll be the surprise like Biden ends up winning a few states that. You. Know they didn't expect it when it's kind of just over And that that a lot of this worry will be for nothing so. I. Guess Optimistic. But my optimism makes me scared and not makes me pessimistic. You know what I'm optimistic about. I'm GonNa tell you, and then we have to talk about a funny thing that happened with our kids. I'm optimistic about how much everyone's GonNa love simply earth is an essential oil recipe box. I know you're very excited about it. 'cause like a crash is like essential oils. Here's anything with essential oils. Perhaps you have some sitting unused on your shelf, they can be not with this but in the past they can be expensive and then you get them and you're like, okay well, now I don't really know exactly smell great but I'm not quite sure what to do with them..
"How are you first of all? How are you? Are you doing? Are you out in San? Francisco is I right. Yeah, I leaving southbound CISCO I just woke up like our. and. A lot of people's schedules have gotten weird or messed up. I think for a lot of us who were used to going on the road and you Kinda have a couple of days of shows, and then you'd come home, and you'd get some work done now. It's Kinda just this unending, just free time the whole. And so I know some people are their sleep. Schedules are getting really weird. You have do set routines for yourself or you can have. Whatever goes he I wish I could have by. Looting exit think I'm too lazy. Don't. I used to wake up at nine am. and. Be Productive. Do Yoga exercises and stuff but in this few months. Go. Debate I. Think. Eight am. A SWEEP PM, so it's completely sweets. That's yeah, and it's like. No one's there to tell you to do something at a specific time. Right and you don't have to catch a flight. How were you like that when you were younger? When you were a kid? Because when I was a kid, I would do that. I would stay up all night long. Sleep through the day, and then as I got older, it kind of flipped, and now if I, if I sleep too late I I, just feel weird. Where were you like as a kid where you out all night? I think I was awake for like 'til sleep end sneaking deer living gloom. Stevie after mom's went, bed or something, yeah. So, you knew. The red back exactly. Are you finding this time now. Are you like what what mind state or you and are you being creative? Are you writing a lot of music? Are you doing other stuff or are you? I know a lot of people are finding it hard to be creative and to get work done right now. I've tried to make new music. 'cause obviously I have no Gig tale, maybe October. By. My mind is just like stock. Just like I've stuck at home so. It's too hard for me. I don't know how. People get doing like Oh. Qiuping is the I I'm. Do Make Music and I'm like. Oh! That's. All. Right. Yeah Yeah I. I mean I. I'm kind of in between those two. I guess I've been able. I'm reading some music, but then. I think it's hard because it's sort of like. What are we writing music four right now right because we're not gonNA. Go play at a show anytime soon. And in that way I sort of freeing in that you can experiment, and you can try different things, but then it's all yeah for me. It gets overwhelming. Thinking about will what is what is the point of? And, you said you still may be an October. That would be like the earliest. Hopefully 'cause I. Suppose Stevie in Texas this month. By the successfully. Includes the Colona. So Echo postponed d'albert but now. Everything, being Kinda. Collapsed again so who knows he's GonNa have been on the. Yeah Yeah Yeah. It's it's a weird time in this country at to be to be doing anything, but especially to be doing what we're doing because there's so much uncertainty. And even for me. Like I. Don't know how I would feel going to play a show right now I. Think I would be nervous for myself and then I'd also be nervous that you know. I was creating this atmosphere where other people could get sick, it's. An you know, and of course nobody because it's America. Nobody's really doing what they're supposed to. Nobody's taking care. I stone understand why people can't wear mask code. It's hard to believe so why? This the close on your face so. Like helps the station in
"colona" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Didn't want her to drink. And you know what she was just trying to be a friend to her to probably telling her like girl like you're drinking too much so let me day growing with Yo stop drinking. You disrespected the road. Because every shot cause me I have like wide jaw you wind any like disrespect in the Rona. So the woman. The woman that was drinking was the woman that stabbed the right. This is this is why Barbara Colona advocate for Martial Law of folks need to be up. Anyway we need cocoa holden stations. All pretty you know. She's drinking and she stabbed and again. It goes back to what I the time. A lot of disrespect cocoa we we get complacent we lay up the house. You know we we start drinking on your demons. Come out there. But why do I have to take her class at? Throw it in the same like labor she. Y'All live in the same place. It wasn't like she was having sex in the liberal or she. Was You know messing up the place? But she did say she was helping her. So maybe she wasn't paying the bills but probably know she wasn't doing anything very annoying. This maybe to go got upset at through the glass like a glass doesn't need to be stabbed almost death for. Hey Hey listen with this. I used to drink that white liquor. I used to get angry to get angry. They and I used to get angry with ovine. And you'RE GONNA get angry with the beer and I would hear you're angry. I was I was really drunk. Tylar angry and then we'll get in a car. Can't drive almost ran into a tree. What time I got so drunk driving Bobby Cologne so paranoid that. I jumped out the car on the road and left the running nowhere for no reason for no I. I JUST. I had that drug I do. Woo Hoo are you. Can you recall what was going on your mind when you go into your paranoia phase? What.
China and the U.S. are growing (or not growing) economically apart
"And I WANNA go back a couple of days to this report from the International Monetary Fund saying the global economy was going to shrink this year by three percent and then in that same report. They said you know. We're looking at a rebound in twenty twenty one and I wanna know if you as a trained economist on this radio show today by that. That's a hard one. I I think when we looked at twenty twenty we expected a global rebound from for the year in January. We saw that. The trade agreement remember that last year. That was the biggest crisis. Twenty nineteen trade agreement between the US and China with the Tailwind for global growth more broadly. And so when the World Bank is basically saying is that nineteen just world on pause for a year and it restarts twenty twenty one. I do think the world looks better in twenty twenty one but I think it's going to be hard list to get to three percent. Gdp grouse Lovely in twenty one and been everything. That's going down right now right right. We'll just we'll just note here. The varying sound quality. Here this being live rated but we're all doing From our living rooms and let me ask you to turn to China here for a second. We're doing some China the rest of the program but we have to point out that What had been one of the fastest growing economies in the world shrank last quarter by almost seven percent. It's pretty clear we're not going to get them the Chinese to help drive out of this lockdown right now at the Chinese. Were counting on us to help them to get their economy back on track and since it's still an x force case economy now. The Chinese are worried. Because we'RE NOT GONNA be buying as many of their goods so the whole world is stuck in a funk. Nobody's GonNa be healthy guy that drags everybody through this. We're all going down together and it's very interesting that to me that we're in a in a moment where world leaders can't really see to coalesce around anything but we need each other more than ever need each other to be stable more than ever to be able to get out of it. Well so look Neil on that thought of US meeting each other more than ever. Let's apply that domestically here for a second and the idea that Congress. Now we've exhausted that three hundred fifty billion dollars in the Small Business Administration loan program. The Senate in the House are out on recess and cannot come to terms on what to do next. If you're an American business person what what are you planning for? Because the uncertainty it seems gets worse every day in this crisis but still you have to plan in process rights are. Luckily we have another outlet? Which is the Fed the Federal Reserve? Has I thought they were holding meetings chair Powell's a garage because they were throwing out so many kitchen sinks that this problem they have done everything and probably some things that I haven't thought about to arrest this problem in really make sure that credit flows to households in consumers at around Congress in around Leveraging some of the congressional move says while and enlists remember that banks are actually going to be part of the solution here instead of the problem as they were in two thousand. Eight Bank. Balance Sheets are very strong very solid after ten years of regulation so there is some help stealth flooding even. Congress is on recess for right. Now let me ask you. This is look this is in a way. It's a scary question. It's a little bit cynical but it's something that's been on my mind so yes. The Fed is going great guns and doing what it can part of. What it's able to do is because it has the backing of the Treasury and and some approvals by the Congress. Do you suppose though that it's possible that this crisis accelerate so quickly as Congress can't come to terms that it that it exceeds the capacity of the American government to fix while it depends on how behind Americans themselves get on debt payments and things like that and it depends on the whole that the federal government lied to steepen that dot the base that you're talking to Washington going on right now Is that the Republicans want to send money to the Small Business Administration program. That's been helping small businesses with their payroll and at the same time. Democrats want to send money to the state and to the hospitals that have been dealing with this problem on the front line. Republicans don't WanNa do it there They don't want to send emergency funds stays in hospitals. Which is I just. Don't understand how to be an ideological thing. We'RE GONNA get ideological here. We're all GONNA be in big trouble because this is a problem that is going to require creative thinking outside any problem that That had faced the American people. And it's GonNa require us to think about the economy in two different stages one is. What is the Post Lockdown Pre Vaccine Colona virus economy? Going to look like and it's GonNa be one but we have to shift workers to contract tracing we're going to have to ramp up testing teach people how to be back if they've gotta be a completely different economy and then we have to think of how to transition the economy from that economy into a post vaccine economy which is an attempt to really truly normalized for world. And there's no I know ideology belongs in any of that discussion. Because if you don't increase the size of the federal government or state government or any government you can't get from the please vaccine pays to the Po- sexy is this Neil Miller real quick and I mean like thirty seconds. Neela it is fundamentally a discussion once again of the role of government in this economy. Right government right now. Is the prime the pump right? We know that things are going to get worse before they get that. We just started the social containment in late March or seeing the effects of that head Americans now but eventually it will get better because we're also seeing progress in testing and innovations in vaccines and treatment. It's a hard road road till then but look what already. The American people have gotten shut down an economy voluntarily to attack head on health crisis that was projected a few short weeks ago to be much worse than it is already turning out to be so in that sense. There is hope that we have enough ingenuity among us all to combat this crisis and to get through it together
"colona" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"March there's got Robbins just about every time before we come back on campus okay there's something else we got to talk about real quick what is it well this coronavirus relief bill includes twenty five million dollars for the Kennedy center good good mmhm the federally run I guess I gotta pay people I guess that runs twenty five million dollars by the way the kicker is that the Kennedy center completed a two hundred fifty million dollar expansion project like less than a year ago okay that means a national treasure okay you know when you're talking you know I get to the point you're talking one point eight trillion you know two trillion yeah that's okay whatever get it to the people that need it okay and if they end up holding it up because governor Cuomo is saying not enough for us I'm talking to the house members to say no your past this because there's not enough for art or is it state or city it's the state that governor Cuomo's is advocating for at this point but he says he wants them to stop it so forget the rest of the country I know it's the episode I know all of that but still you can't negotiate that on your own terms now what about your boy Chuck Schumer he's not doing his job and I will do yeah Chuck Schumer that was the weird thing is that he got Cuomo out there arguing that the federal government has left New York behind where a guy from New York was the lead negotiator for the Democrats on this bill yes senator Schumer is a bandleader so yeah if he if he is the reason that that's good this gets held up any longer than it needs to add that's just that's a that will via the a lot of people are a lot of four letter words that are coming to mind and so I'm I'm having a bite moment right now what you're saying but you're just gonna ball out yes that is really unfortunate yes I agree it's very unfortunate well the good news about the Kennedy center is everybody in America gets a fifty percent off coupon for Liza at the Kennedy center so that's great yeah I thought this was kind of a cool story out of Iowa you know there are some Amish communities throughout Iowa and there's this lady merry slander she's near the town of colona and she's speaking with a friend of hers that's Amish and realizes they really don't know much that's going on with corona virus but there are areas that have been hit hard I mean they're still going to town to get supplies minutes horse and buggy but they're right in the town getting supplies whatever coming in contact with people and at certain times they have you know different car service like if they need to go to Iowa city no longer trip maybe to a Walmart or you know one of the big box hardware store something like that that's a popular stop they're coming into contact with people and so she kept thinking I need to let them know what's going on decisional radio there's no TV and she's trying to tell them Hey this is kind of a serious thing and she says that she got together with some more the people in town her quote was they had a vague inkling about it but they're kind of making a joke out of it and that's what got me really concerned they were kind of have taken me seriously and half thinking I was alarmist I could feel the tension and so she got in touch with some of the people putting a you know a couple of government officials locally say Hey could you help me convince these folks that they could really be in harm's way and you know I told him you know there's there like closing schools and things all of a sudden it kind of resonated like oh my gosh and they had said we will be good partners we and we don't want to be part of this reading we will do we you know whatever it is that we need to do that's something I hadn't even thought of yet for isn't it though in that whole process kind of representative of where a lot of Americans were I thought the same thing to do to it I mean I'm I'm guilty of it too I mean you did I mean you go back a month I'm like okay people are over reacting right now me too and then it's yeah they're they're calling off whatever but the NBA part of the NBA season are postponing the NBA season cancelling March madness the Houston rodeo shut down yeah like okay I'm gonna take this seriously now oh my gosh yeah there was somebody's got was saying earlier that he wanted a formal apology because we had said there's no way they're going to be March madness president di arenas in like it's anyway but anyway he wanted to drop me a line to say that we should we allow our audience an apology you've got it right okay for me I'll just I'll just speak for myself I think I said that last week he did no we all said booted it totally wrong we know we did say that yeah well I mean we said we were wrong didn't say sorry no we okay so okay if the apology means extra than saying that we voted it was totally wrong you know thought we you know if there's like a lot of things you before this is unlike and yes I was totally wrong about that and if you want the sorry to go along with that snowflake I'll be glad to do it so I am sorry how's that that's a good in the words of the great rock band Chicago it's hard for me to say I'm sorry but come on you can do it come on a little more it's true because there were so many people you know on radio shows in the media that that had it right you know back in February that everything would.
"colona" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week
"Here with my fear guest and my good friend Jerry Colona. I think the insights that you offer already had just been powerful. There was something that I wanted to ask you about. There's so many people that I know that will turn their adversity enable channel into something that is something positive they'll find opportunity or a lesson within that almost like you're mentioning with suffering before and. I don't know if you realize what today's date was but on this date. Many years ago there was something very significant. That happened to you. Could you share a little bit of that with us in our listeners? Sure sure I know immediately what you're talking about So January second When I was eighteen I just turned eighteen Tried to kill myself and It's the day always stays with me. The day is always something that I recognize over the years. I've I've Altered the experience of this day and I have a bit of a ritual that I do on New Year's Day now which is for civil. A kind of ignore New Year's Eve is a bit of a made up holiday from victim anyway. But what I like to do is get out early on New Year's Day and.
Coronavirus And Parenting: What You Need To Know Now
"We're going to talk with you about really the only thing that Anya and I have been talking about for the last two weeks Colona virus. Obviously that's what everyone has been talking about so this is going to be a special life kit parenting episode about how to talk with young kids about corona virus. How to deal with school closures may be. Your school is closed. Or maybe it isn't and you're worried about why it isn't We're also GONNA talk about some screen time strategies if your kids are home and most importantly how to keep our kids healthy and because we're education reporters. We are in the privileged position of talking to experts about this. And so we thought that we would come to you our life kit listeners and pulled together everything that is a potentially useful so here we go take away number one. We'RE GONNA start super basic here is. We've said this two weeks ago we're GONNA say it again. Your kids need to understand. Not only that. It is important to wash their hands but really show them how to wash their hands. Well make sure they take twenty seconds. Make sure they use soap and you know have him sing a song in their heads. Whatever it is whatever it takes. This is seriously one of the most powerful things that you end. They can do to protect not only themselves but all of us right so when they wash their hair. They've washed their hands when they come in from outside before eating and then coming along with that so I spoke to a friend of Mine Kavita. And she is the MOM. Actually of immuno-compromised kid. He's three years old and he's doing pretty well but he had it. He's had a stem cell transplant in the past so they are really really re used to all this stuff as a family. And here's some of this. She told me as soon as we walk inside. We just wash our hands for a good thirty seconds to a minute. Do you listen. We use lotion. Because the handwashing can really cause your skin to crack we aquaphor and things that we might not think of Don't forget to clip your fingernails. Every other day keep them short because the virus hides under there and we've heard this thing to stop touching your face rate. It's very hard for me. I will fully admit I caught myself on the metro this morning. Touch and Manos right so I do it. I know it was really alarming. Sorry so so. A couple of tips one is. I painted my toddler's face yesterday. And she had touched it so many times within like five minutes. I think it was actually a pretty good reminder for US still spitballing on that all right moving on to take away number two. When we're talking about corona virus it is really important to give them facts and be reassuring. Yup Don't make promises though that you cannot keep right so the big thing that comes to mind for me is any parents first reaction when a child has am I gonNA get Corona virus is GonNa be no of course not no. Don't be silly. Don't say that because you don't know that that is not a promise that you can keep and so instead these recommendations come directly from the CDC talk about what Cove Nineteen looks and feels like say you know. It can feel kind of like a flu. People can get a fever or cough. The might have a hard time breathing. You can be reassuring that only a small group of people really who get it actually have more serious problems and we also know from what doctors have seen so far. That kids don't seem to be getting very sick. Yeah that's a huge. I think for kids to to listen to you into here. Is that very very few? Kids have gotten sick. Yeah absolutely and on your one. More thing Just because I don't think we can say this enough in every episode that we do for parents and kids is always double down on the fact that there are helpers out there there are always home whether you get sick with Cova nineteen or flu or you fall off your bicycle and break your arm. They're going to be folks out. There will help you get through this yup totally you know. We have a whole life episode on talking to kids about scary stuff in the news. But just in a thirty second recap Ask what they have heard what what rumors they may have. Come across. Ask other feeling. Make sure that you check in and limit the flow of information in your house and honestly this really goes for parents to you know no screens in the bedroom at night Don't play the news all day. We all need to take a lot of breaks from what's coming in at US absolutely so. Arteta number three is that we should all try to reduce any stigma or misinformation phobia around this virus. You may have heard politicians talking about the Chinese corona virus. You know it's been kicking around. It's very important especially when you talk to school leaders. Educators social workers. It's very important when talking with kids especially about this outbreak that we don't try to assign blame Because this disease affects all of us and we all need to help protect each other our takeaway number four is about closing schools. And Cory's been reporting on this. It's really complicated decision. Yeah I think we're really just at the beginning of a wave of closures and there are a couple of things that I really want parents to understand. I know there's been a lot of clamor from parents to close schools now And there is research on you and I both know this. There is research out there that says that closing schools proactively doing it early Does help slow? The spread of disease it is effective But the thing I want parents to understand is there are very real public. Health concerns and risks that come with closing the school so think about it in this country. We have nearly thirty million kids. Who depend on schools for free or reduced price breakfast lunch sometimes even dinner yet and we have a million and a half kids sadly they don't have stable housing so I guess the the take homes here are just to know. This is a very complicated decision. Obviously authorities or making it Understand the pressure that they're under and figure out ways that we as communities from can pull together and help the kids that are needier in our communities when it comes to this and I've already heard of really creative thoughts around that Sort of extending meal distribution and communities for example so so we shall be on the lookout for ways to help anything
A Decade Of Adventures With Professional Volleyball Player Marisa Field
"Though. Morita the question of when it comes on when you're younger than athlete will. Your bigger during the goal is to achieve. Actually I was just thinking about this. I used to have this like. I don't know way back when when you had like. Msn Messenger thing or ICQ like those instant messaging things on your computer like my little bio thing was like pro volleyballer end like it was kind of a joke. 'cause like I didn't even know what that meant at the time. Just like yeah. That sounds good. Like Appropriately but had no idea like how it was going to get there what that bed so I guess I was always like kind of an idea in the head but actually was kind of a nerd in high school actually was planning to be a chemist I went to university with the intention of that and volleyball took over my life so okay so when you say you're going to be him if like how do you feel that working out like Nafta type stuff like why can't we be wasn't entirely sure but I just chemistry high school. I started my first year at college in my hometown. Action with the intention doing or years volleyball but graduating ending chemistry after the whole course life change. That's awesome so so you had your MFN bio theme Pro Volleyball Claire. So when you wrote that in life started happening had you start thin are i. How can I make this reality? Yeah I think Actually like I was just trying to remember when I started playing volleyball. I think I was about while which is crazy now to think about says while is actually been two decades now. I've been playing volleyball thirty. Two ounce so yeah. It's Kinda crazy but I think the starting kind of jump off point for me was when I made team be see from. Abc and I made that provincial team when I was like or teen I think and Is your calling you very raw. Was the word they used for Terrible but I jumped really high back then. I guess I'd potential so they took me and I didn't interview That year the year after something for them I think it had something like one day. I WANNA wear like a maple leafs on my back in fourteen candidate ahead said that Ben in nearly no like what it took to get there but eventually became a path so dover I know there's Tony was the have the application you know. They say. I want to be in Olympia and I WANNA don't own and do all these things. People atoms dry. Yeah like you can't do that to. How did you keep your mind? That like may laugh at my drain on a chase them all like originally when I started playing volleyball. I didn't even really WANNA play Bible like I started dance when I was like three years old. So I dance all the way up until the end of my high school. And my mom had kinda like encourage Mir Gently pushed me to play volleyball and at the time like basketball. More which is binding workers like ended up deciding basketball's too much running for me so I ended up. I was doing all three things. That was dancing. Anos playing volleyball and basketball into high school and then I can window basketball and then faced out dance. Bowling Ball's seemed like a better future option to go with so I started college. I graduated sixteen so a super young and I had offers to go to other schools like in the states and other Kadian universities ended up wanting to just stay home and I had really good the program at it was actually called back in but it's the UCLA now University of British Columbia Okanagan so that was in Colona and the coach was Steve. Manual was one of my mentor coaches still to this day. He kind of had a big role to play in my progression volleyball. So after my first year there recruited to go to U B C in Vancouver with Doug Rhymer in his team and it was kind of scary. Move to consider and I went to a two years with Steve Cohen than ended up making a transfer to UC Vancouver in coober into the it's called CIS fact then it's like all changed Old Sport now like a Canadian University system so I ended up going there my third year and after my first year there. I actually got invited to try out for the national team so just kind of like crazy because after my first year. Ub See a lot of the players on ABC. Were playing on the national team or not was. Kinda like became more of a realistic goal. I guess you'd say and I was like you know maybe after a couple more years like chance tryout and it was just kind of a really strange process how I ended up getting a tryout and then ended up making it and as when I was nineteen and so things just took off from there. Wow so he graduated at fifteen Lloyd. just win for team into transitioning to the next level. Yeah so like when I started I was still kind of didn't really have the idea like my first year. I was like okay. I'm going to chemistry and whatever tall Canadian still pretty nerdy. Still Pretty that. I think when I got recruited to go to the CIS and go play for a UPC IN VANCOUVER. That was kind of like okay. Maybe things can kind of progressing go ahead and they gotta also the gentle nudge from my coach. There Steve Manual. That you know you can stay here but basically I'm kicking out because I want you to go play at the higher level and Sierra potential so that was kind of Mike Start off point in the program with Doug Rhymer Jesse Knight was coach at the time and they really Hannah propelled my career in and getting me onto the national team and then I ended up finishing up two more years with. Ub See we won two national championships back to back. Actually and then they went onto win for more after I graduated in a row but Selena was kind of the start of my national team career when I was nineteen and then just retired from that like a year ago. So I'm relying on your La- calendar something you said if you ride a story about your journey it will be. I believe instead a decade of venture. But when you when you wrote that in your mind what we've thinking it's just kind of funny actually because I saw graduated from U B C in two thousand nine and then a number of the national team and then went to play pro for my first season abroad. Enso's like the two thousand nine going into two thousand. Ten was my first year in Europe. I was in Spain and the Canary Islands with my teammates Page and it was just like my funniest stories of life and pro. Come from this season it was just like so ridiculous in so many ways home at Christmas. Like almost didn't come back but when back and finish it out and yeah just finding those kind of the start of my career so the last decade now as I go back and forth on wrapping up in this decade. But yet it's just been. I've been all over Europe late in the Philippines. It's been ten years eleven years with team Canada and yet it's just been a lot of adventures all over the world so I think that sums it up for me your password. Kobe just ridiculous. I've had to in that time. Also pretty full of awesome so going back to the volleyball in making the kind of play with higher compensation had you again was an adjustment to your mentality how you approached the game or the always the same I think definitely I mean developed. I think even from kind of a young age I had like sort of athletic discipline instilled into me. If you from LIKE DANCE. Three in that was like a very disciplined Pity so I think I just always kind of had that. I think that's just part of my character. Personality is kind of like the athlete mindset but definitely like as I progressed higher up in levels that kind of became more of like my dreams once I made team Canada became okay analysis become an Olympian and so that was the focus and that sort of worked towards a win to two Olympic qualifiers A. Twenty twelve in two thousand sixteen. Very narrowly missed the twenty. Sixteen qualification end. So that was pretty heartbreaking but that was kind of the goal that was like why played volleyball was always to hopefully get to the Olympics. One day and that was Kinda what fueled him what. Push me through a lot of difficult times for sure and persevered through a lot of things and a lot of crazy seasons abroad in Europe pro. And and all that but Yeah I think that was always. My dream unfortunately didn't happen but had a lot of a lot of adventures along the way trying to get
"colona" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Julio Madani Malone Colona owner who Lanta and flannel and Fagin o'hagan Houlahan flam Shanahan Manahan Fogarty. Mckenna's mcginn. A little vase and the Saint Patrick's Day, and we'll be celebrating out at Golden Gate fields with Guinness beers Jameson, whiskey corned beef and cabbage has also dollar day. And also a few lucky customers get a chance to throw a horseshoe. If they get a ring are at one hundred thousand dollars, and we're now we're going to get the latest and greatest on what's going on as XP TV correspondent here and covering the workouts. We welcome Milly ball. Good morning Milly. Good morning Sam. How you happy Saint Patrick's Day. Thank you very much. Okay. So yesterday, we had two divisions of the rebel. I thought that both baffled sources ran well. But they really needed a race because it hadn't been out for while. Yeah. And appeared that way, I mean starting with the the first division's the trace the winner that being long range twenty I think improbable as wide as he ran in that race. It was a very commendable race for him testifying off, you know, December break so good start to the season for him. And yeah, I just think it was a master of. I think it was a bit of a combination of an extremely wide trip to him the time off Bob always works this horse by himself. And I don't think you have a can quite get enough fitness wide out of a horse working them always by themselves. But he has to do that. Because the horse can get a little race in the morning. So I think he's trying to work on. Something in that might have just compromised him a little bit also layoffs and that with the combination of the extremely wide trip, and he also had to change the schedule and shipped to Arkansas because of Santa Anita being closed. So some of the horses ended up as Richard Mandella and all indoor for and Baffert ended up sending multiple divorces. Indeed. Indeed. But credit goes to long range Taty, this was a whole. So we talked and I talked about this whole in the triple crown daily show that he's just a really progressive horse. You look at his bio speech every single time. He's run he's he's moved forward. And that's what you wanna see this time of year that they really are starting to progress in the right direction. He's saved ground. He got a great trip, and it was almost like a schooling session. You know, he was sort of brought back from an inside. The draw got some dash and then wheeled out. And then made this lovely good run. I mean, good acceleration on the debt from him. So he checked all the boxes. Yes. And for our cow. Brad folks Gala Leon ran a respectable third and only beaten about two necks. Yeah. I mean, he broke a tad slow. And I don't think that helped him because he's a horse likes to be you know, on the pace. But he did you're right for he. He did run a respectable racing. Interestingly, Sanda fractions. I mean, you couldn't have got two more identically run races. When I went back and broke down the fractions that you know, they they ended up running one forty two and two for the first division in one forty two and one for the second division and the way the race was run. Those internal fractions were almost identical as well. And it was a great effort Omaha beach with Mike Smith. He was on the lead. Definitely by the half-mile pole battling. I should say for the lead. And then when he had that two lanes leading the stretch he was able to hang on and win by knows over the closing game winner. Yeah. He's again. He's a horse that seems to have, you know, taken his time to to find his groove. If you like one is made in lost timeout. And that was a huge step up in class for hand. But you could tell that Richard had the confidence behind him on he in my opinion, really Mike Smith in Omaha beach one the race break because Maha beach got an absolute polar break, whereas if you saw and I went back and watch game winner withstanding all skewed in the gates. And so when the gates opened he didn't break, you know, he wasn't squared up nicely in there. And so he broke awkwardly, you know, it was coming at the end, but Omaha beach, really. Found that extra stride. And and you could see how competitive he was. So no, it was it was a very exciting result. You've gotta pay off. Because I think probably Richard going into the race was oh for twelve in the lost twelve stakes races that he's run out of state. So it was nice to see that. He went back there and showed Oakland of winning the raffle at Mike Smith. What was that record five rebel stakes? So Mike Smith find job by him next week. And we had the Louisiana derby on Saturday. Featuring in that race war of will. Yeah. Well, wardwell is being I mean, he's he's very talented individual the only question I have had with war of well and watching his Lecomte, then even the risen star. He the horse that slightly too much on the muscle for me. And as these distances extend I wonder whether his you know talent is going to be able to compensate for that it hasn't lost two races. But you know, going now a mile and an eighth that's the question to me. Absolutely. That the the most talented horse in my opinion field, but the mile and an eighth we'll start to see it. He's going to have to relax in that the other horse. That's interesting to me is swing you. He's again a progressive colts. Keith disown my oh. And the the fact that he beat long Longreach Taty finishing second and long range. Twenty whispered in the south west now that's lasted the fall off of yesterday. Result. So he he again is a an interesting outside horse to me spin off. I watched tense race back the allowance race for him because he's one two three for Todd Pletcher. He really had to make him work pedal hard to keep his position at and not allowance race that he won. And then he just drew off and the rest of them faulted. I've got a question as to you know, how his level of ability still I really need to see him step up. All right, then on Sunday, we have the Sunland derby. And of course, here in northern California will be rooting for the L Camino real derby winner. Another twist of fate who's won three in a row. He's definitely Horsa breaks on top. And we'll be going back to dirty for the first time after debut in down south on the dirt. And he's in against Mutuel Gustavo. Well. Yeah. Mutual goose still had a really nice work over at Los Alameda. I was there last Sunday about work. And so he appears to be coming in. Well, another twist of fate adjust impressed me so much Sam when I was back there at Golden Gate with you guys and covering the Camino real, Debbie. He he just he just looks the pot and he's a gorgeous looking horse. He bred beautifully. He has the right mentality. I mean, he came into the paddock and just behaved beautifully blames done a wonderful job with that horse. And and the way he drew off and beat that field on L Camino real Debbie day. And it sounds like he's been working well since so I'm excited to see him run. I I'm I'm not as worried about him on the death. Actually, I think you know with the pedigree. I don't see why he shouldn't be able to transfer his home, and he just he looks cloudy. That's important to me. Yes. Now coming up this week. We understand that racing will resume at Santa Anita on Friday. And of course, they'll be working again today. And or keeping our fingers crossed everything will go well with the works this week soon. You'll be having that on XP TV. Yes. We're actually I'm up here at caucus with the caucus, foaming wax, but just so just a smidge work and so much John Sadler, forces wax. It's morning molly's freedom without that working. So we'll have those for you on the website later on the software name, and yeah, we'll continue to cover those works. And we are all very excited about racing coming back the track looks fantastic. So as you said fingers crossed we can move forward. Yes. And that means as we look forward to the following week and on the thirtieth. We're going to have the. Over in Dubai allowed their derby. And then we'll have the Florida derby on March thirtieth from Gulfstream any thoughts there? I'm excited to see hidden scroll come back. He he reminds me a little bit of another twist of fate. He's just one of the courses that you look at it. And you just see the cost. I mean, he just in watching him in the post parade of the fountain of youth. He just looks like he has, you know, he's just a classy individual. And I I he ran extremely well considering the second Stanford he was under its foster he had to go in the early part about race. So I I think there's more to him than we've seen and I liked his work is most recent web put him in behind the horse in the morning. He was little just a little keen at the beginning of it. And then he dropped the bridal and he sat behind horses got a lot of debt in that work. And then he wheeled out in the accelerated dumb and finished strong. So I can see that going to try. I think if there's enough pace in front of to try and get him to settle and and see if. He can bring out his ability running in a different style. And then Instagram I thought was the one that definitely needed race when he hadn't been out in so long, and he was back at the Gotham. I don't know if Kerry's made a decision whether he's gonna go on the Senate Nita derby or go the would. Yeah. There's no decision. He he did say April six that was the decision so whichever racy decides on that date, but he is back at Santa Anita and everything, you know, everything he's come back. Well, and bad pointing to the next start. Okay. Well, continue watching your works. And we'll look forward to when racy resumes on Friday, your little commentary there for the betters at Santa Anita. And then also following as we continue of the road to Kentucky should be interesting next weekend in the Sunland park derby. We're on countdown, and we have a show Sam every day the triple crown daily Monday through Friday folks, can catch that on our website on Facebook on Twitter the social platforms, and we just give you an update as to workout sort of happened that morning, east coast west coast any defections any additions results. We'll be talking a it's already on Monday. We'll be talking about the, you know, the results from the rebel and weather forces are likely to have. Next. And and and it's just an easy way. For folks to keep up if they're on countdown like we I have one time. Does that I stare around eleven o'clock in the morning. Okay. And and you can obviously go to our website and catch it later on if you can't make it. So that eleven o'clock. All right. Okay. Well, Milly we really appreciate your insights into the road to Kentucky, and how horses are doing today at Santa Anita and working and we look forward to return of racing on Friday at Santa Anita. Thank you very much. Good luck to all the folks back there at Golden Gate with another twist of faith and now you're racing. So good luck. We certainly are. And that's Millie ball from XP TV. Thanks a lot. Okay. So we've covered most of everything a couple of things we want to point out to you. That's coming up the gold rush. Weekend will take place on Saturday, April twenty seventh and April twenty eighth Sunday. They'll be six stakes races on the twenty seven two on Sunday. The first big major stake of the day will be the two hundred fifty thousand dollar San Francisco mile and everybody while supplies last get a he ball cap that day, and we'll also have a concert now to purchase tickets to the concert, go to Golden Gate, fields dot com. It'll feature two.
"colona" Discussed on KOMO
"But candy doesn't inject. So she has to smoke her-heroin outside where it's ten degrees bother you that you have to smoke it outside here when you can do it in there. There are two Mobile's as they call them one in Colona population, one hundred thirty thousand the other can loops that candy uses seventy miles away a city of ninety thousand every day. The Mobile's move between two locations in their cities setting up shop for anyone to come inside consume their drugs under the supervision of a nurse. Who's there in case they overdose? So this is the life saving drug that you guys can administer. But it hasn't been smooth sailing in Kamloops. It's one of those things you damned if you do any damned if you don't Bob Hughes. Leads ask wellness a nonprofit that runs a hundred and fifty apartments primarily for drug users. The Canadian government had to provide an exemption to park the RV's on their properties because everything about heroin is illegal. We knew it would compromise. Some of our relationships in the community. And it's definitely taken a significant dent on our social capital for sure, but he says the driving force behind the Mobile's. He agrees with to keep the addicts. Alive and not OD until they decide to quit doesn't push them to an isolated places to use drugs. They can use drugs in a safe supported environment is. Good or bad. That's a hyper simplified question. And the reality is both businesses have had to buy in finding the Mobile's. The better of two evil. It's challenging in that it brings more people into certain areas. And with that do come some societal issues. But it's the usage that's interesting over the last year and a half. There have been eleven thousand visits to the Kamloops mobile roughly fourteen hundred consume drugs inside that's just for ten percent in Colona more than thirty eight thousand visits, but just nine percent use drugs inside that it works, and we have reversed overdoses. We have.
"colona" Discussed on KOMO
"But candy doesn't inject. So she has to smoke her-heroin outside where it's ten degrees bother you that you have to smoke outside. There are two Mobile's as they call them one in Colona population. One hundred thirty thousand the other Kamloops the kid uses seventy miles away a city of ninety thousand every day. The Mobile's move between two locations in their cities setting up shop for anyone to come inside consume their drugs under the supervision of a nurse. Who's there in case they overdose? So this is the life saving drug that you guys can administer. It hasn't been smooth sailing in Kamloops. It's one of those things you kind of damned if you do damned if you don't in Bob Hughes. Leads ask wellness a nonprofit that runs one hundred and fifty apartments primarily for drug users. The Canadian government had to provide an exemption to park the RV's on their properties because everything about here. One is a legal. We knew it would compromise some of our relationships in the community, and it's definitely taken a significant dent on our social capital for sure, but he says the driving force behind the Mobile's. He agrees with. To keep the addicts alive and not OD until they decide to quit doesn't push them to isolated places to use drugs. They can use drugs in a safe supported environment. Is it good or bad? They're bad. That's a hyper simplified question. And the reality is is both businesses have had to buy in finding the Mobile's. The better of two evil. It's challenging in that brings more people into certain areas. And with that do come some societal issues. But it's the usage that's interesting over the last year and a half. There have been eleven thousand visits to the Kamloops mobile, roughly, fourteen hundred consumed drugs inside that's just fourteen percent in Colona more than thirty eight thousand visits, but just nine percent use drugs inside that it works. We have reversed overdoses. We have.
"colona" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Or to the sun the entire time. There's no shade over him. So that's right. He's getting sunstroke. He's getting heated up piece getting dehydrated. He's getting cranky. If he's a normal dog or an older dog or you know, like it's just not a good a good plan. You gotta think this went out a little bit better when traveling with your pets, and in a lot of places you'll get a ticket for that. Anyway. So it's not it's not and then they pull you over. They're going to start writing other tickets if their pet lovers what's going on with that rear tail light. It's going on there. Tire pressure. Oh, no. I once had a constable on the on the radio when I was on CK Colona cross Canada network. And this guy this constable came on called into the show just to tell people that he's looking for them. And if he sees anybody with a dog loose in the back of a pickup even tied on a leash if they're not in a correct harness, and they're not provided for adequately. He's gonna find everything wrong. He can. And he was like warning my listeners it was like, oh, no. Lancia what you know? He said dogs become missiles when you put on the Greeks that dogs eighty pounds becomes eight hundred pounds with the force of the motion. And it kills drivers. And passengers that was his point that was his issue that it's just not safe. So I understand what where they're coming from. But the heat to you gotta really watch. No dogs in cars. No cats in cars. Right. Right. Well, I was getting ready to go there. Yes down here. It is about oh ninety something degrees. And at this moment. So that means five minutes in the car, it it'll be like a hundred and ten and twenty minutes, it can get up to a hundred and thirty so no animals in the car. And in Texas. I'm happy to tell you that there is a good Samaritan law, and you can break you can break a window. If you find an animal, you know, I'd advise calling police, but you know, it's it's super hot. And you see the animals in distress. I'd do it even if they didn't have the law. So yeah. Yeah. Over here..
"colona" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast
"And kind of maybe ask you some questions. So what do you want to start out with wine or coffee wine? I because it shorter, and then we'll do coffee because I have ten of my favorite coffee places. We said of Minneapolis it. Maybe all right. Let's let's get to it. You're drinking coffee and not wine right now. Yes. Because it is only eleven fifty two AM. And while I'm not opposed to drinking wine, you know, around lunchtime. But we're going with the cop typically staying at home, maybe not the best laid up with a pinched nerve. So I'm just going to be sticking to coffee today. But we went to some cool wineries in twenty eighteen not a lot of wineries. But when we were in Colona, British Columbia. It is a wine region. It's known for its wineries, it's a lake there Colona lake, and it has lots of beautiful weiner's. We went to quite a few and some of them were. Okay. But two of them were. Exceptional. And are we starting the list is this? Yeah. This is this is a list. I only have a recounting down. Or is it have four thing on my call. Now your four fan just calling. No particular order. But I'm starting with I guess my two favorites. Because when we were in Colona, it reminded me how much I love wine because after being pregnant, you know, you're pregnant for nine to ten months you can't drink when I had wit. I only wanted beer like I wanted to just drink all the beer all the time. When you. I had well when I had him. I also craved beer. I did when you were pregnant and then after you had him you're really on a beer kick is. Yes, yes. So as soon as I had wit, I just we travel breweries. I love Russo. We did a lot of beer loves breweries. We'd love very soon to a lot of us. But when we were clone. It reminded me how much I love wine for a lot of reasons. There's so many different kinds of wines. So many complexities. Also, why does it make you feel at least doesn't make me feel as bad as those hazy as so it's much lighter to drink wine, then beer, so enough of either is going to feel sure but two beers and two lessons of wine or treat my body considerably differently. Whereas wine is much easier at my body. So I'm forever grateful to Colona for bringing back. My love of wine. We went to I think about five wineries two of them stood out to me one was kalala organic wines. And this was a great little spot. They had very. Very delicious wine. We bought wine from them some reds and some whites. And I mean, we drink them up pretty quickly. We thought maybe with save them bring them back to Vancouver island. But while we were in Cologne. I think we opened up. Oh, yeah. All the bottle started. They were gone pretty quick. I just remember you guys being like, wait. What happened all the wine? We bought today. And I look into the kitchen, they're just empty wine. I can tell you what happened. Yeah. That one was very good. A great winery. It's organic the branding was beautiful. The winery was you know, small didn't have any food that I can remember just like a tasting room. But it was a great experience an exceptional wine. However, the one that was fancy schmancy with beautiful views of the lake which is a little further north almost like halfway between Colona and Vernon where our friend crystal is from we were going to visit her family, and she told us that we had to stop at this. Beautiful winery called fiftieth parallel. Oh my goodness. Talk about. Atmosphere. Okay. It's very modern. It's very beautiful. You drive up to the vineyard. You're like kind of up on a cliff. Overlooking the lake in the mountains. It was absolutely stunning. And their wine was amazing. We had such a great time there. We did a tasting and then we bought some bottles. And then we we sat in the restaurant has had like a little appetizer. Just to kind of enjoy the atmosphere a little bit more the restaurant was kind of pricey. But the food was good..
"colona" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"So he goes off and joins a band of Cherokees, really probably nodded common thing back. Then what did he play? The leader of the village who whites called John jolly because whites are fucking horrible. Like Sam and adopted him. Okay. Got a new dad. All right. The gave him the name Colona, which meant the raven. Okay. Yeah. So he's coming in hot. I like it can raven. Sure, he lived with a tribe for three years and would sometimes come back visit his family and be like, hey, what are you guys doing? But what you guys living. All my other dad loves that. I'm tall. Loves I'm tall. I'm raving. Don't do that around the raven. Well, it was the ravens saves people from crime what I don't like crying. Can you go back to your your Cherokee people will it just came here for supplies? He's looks leave. Thanks. And then in eighteen twelve he returned. So this is three years later returned to to Maryville comes back. Okay. And he announces that he's going to teach school. Okay. Sure. Yep. So he charged. He built a log cabin as most teachers. Do Let's you got? bring out supplies though. Obviously, you what else you've got to pay for them. He charged a tuition of eight dollars a term. Okay. And to deal with unruly students. Sam had a set of lead knuckles. We'll we'll lose, sir. What? So don't fuck around in that class or I'm literally gonna break your face. Shay what how was school today? A giant broke my cheek bone. I don't know if you say it that clearly..