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Featured Routine When Dismissing Alarms
"May know that I'm a big fan of routines and routines are those settings that you can set with Lexi that allow you to just give one Comanches and Lexie will do a whole bunch of things automatically. And what I want to tell you today is that there are some suggested routines that Amazon now has available and to do that. You just simply go to do the routine setting, you click on the more icon in the bottom right corner of the Lexi app, you click on routines and then you'll see at the top is a place where you can click on featured and now you've got a whole bunch of different faiths routines. I'll let you know about some of the other ones in upcoming Flash briefings. But for now, I'll just tell you that the, the first one on my list is weather after alarm. And when you click on that, you have the option to enable it. You just enable it by looking the button in the top right corner. But essentially what this one is set up to do is that every day between 4 a.m. and 9 a.m. and keep in mind that all of these things are customizable, right? Every day between 4 a.m. and 9 a.m. if View dismiss your alarm. Then it will say a random phrase from the good morning, database of phrases, that Lexie says, and then Lexie will report the weather
"comanche" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"On three legs knew Malone is Comanche and Soul Springs Valley. On Then we'll have a report from Colin's Lake, which started their trophy plants last week, supplemented by a department official Wildlife plant and once Colin starts. Um, planning fish. They planned every week every week, right into May and that they continue planning. Even they have 12 net pens that they raised crowded in the lake. And they'll start do those air like 2 to £3 fish. They'll start releasing those in mid March and release those till they're gone, probably near the end of April, so Collins is often running will have, um Robbie Dunham is going to join us in this hour. He's going to get an early start today and update us on the Comanche situation. I know they put £3600 and I think it was yesterday. So Comanche of wide open ready to go. The pressure is now off Comanche because party is open and Lake Amador is still producing. Beautiful trout. In fact, Robby sent a text yesterday of 10 fish toe that average like £3.2 something like that. All beautiful fish out of Amador. So he'll tell us how we did. That s a lot going on out there. I'll tell you right now, Um, we'll also try the throw in a little Comanche history. It's fabulous because, of course as your efficient Comanche. There's several flooded out old ghost towns down below, and we'll tell you about at least one of them one of the richest gold strikes during the gold rush that ever ever happened so all that and more coming up on the cave PK outdoor show in the next two hours and 45 minutes. Thanks for being here. It's.
"comanche" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"And I'm not hearing anything from the bay. So what is going on? That zah strange here, very effective for them. Okay. Clyde will thank you. God, I sure hope you find some fish this week. I do, too. Okay. Bye. Bye. Clyde wants Well, let's switch to, um The North Coast Alcott ski You fish. The Smith River yesterday the only river that was fishable yesterday, all all the whole north coast and it was touch and go. But I did talk to Al Yesterday about what happened. Albert. The Checco was in shape today. Did you fish it today? It's just coming in. Probably today. I didn't Fisher today I fished on the Smith River today. So check that was just on that. Just on the verse. I think tomorrow will fish. Okay. And how is this? I heard the Smith was high. There was a lot of pluggers and even some of the drift voters were plunking. Oh, yeah. No, it was high. I mean, we got that Tuesday. We got five inches of rain here, So Yeah, everything was out for a little bit. They were fucking yesterday did Okay Today there was a few fish cod, not a whole bunch. But it was love their condition today. So do you feel that there's uh Usually when the river's high the plungers will get him sound like they did, But you feel that there's good numbers of fish in the Smith yet. You know what? I don't think there's a ton of fish in there yet. There's a few. I mean, all the boats were out there today. There was probably what you don't 15 to 20 votes today. And I've heard of 678 Fish got Huh? There's not a ton of it. No time yet. I tell you what, Bob. The quality of the fish we've seen is great so far this year. Say again. The quality of the fish are really good this year. Okay? You're already I mean, yes, I heard a 30 39 against Carter last last week was 39 Inch, sir. Today. I landed one That was exactly 40 inches in my vote. Oh, my goodness. What do you suppose that Wade? You know what if it has a little bit more bigger shoulders in private 22 £23, but it was right around 20. Well, that's a good long after the long, long bucket just you know, it's just something else. But it was. It was good to see and I've heard of a couple other twenties already, too. Well, that is good news. I mean, let's face it. The 8 to 12 pounders were fun, and that's what everybody goes for a chance to get a £20 steel here that's pretty rare. Don't tell me, you know. Nowadays it seems like it's even let more rare. And is that the guy fish today is a friend of mine, And he was just by himself today. Well last week he led one that was 39 a half inches in was £20. Also so you've got two in one week. It's not fair, Albert. It's not fair. You know, but he hasn't got anything like that His whole life, So he's put in a lot of years. So he's getting paid for back now. Yeah. There you go. There you go. What were you using? They get that Today. We use mostly, uh well. Bait and puff all in rubber bead. Okay. The rubber beads seem to be taken over off. They work pretty good there. Just you know that perfectly round and they just float good, and they're always the right color and always the right shape. So I think it's just it's good luck and I do work good. I mean, there's days that they want that smell, though, so I look, there's a little bit of both. That's Alcott ski. I'll tell you that Guy's a good fisherman. I know that there was not that many fish caught on the Smith River. Yesterday, he pulls out a 20 pounder. That's something his number to book a trip 5309413474. Well, we'll get another report on the Smith. If we have time on behold Eel River system on when that's gonna Actually the South Fork of the eel should be fishable tomorrow or Monday, probably Monday would be perfect. It's clear up it leg it now, So we just have to wait and see. And after the break, we're going to talk to a dawn. Paige Anneli about Clear Lake about fishing in the city. About Barry. Elsa, don't go away. Now. I want to tell you about Comanche Lake Comanche Lake, if you haven't heard You know when they dropped the stay at home order in the Sacramento region, will Amador County North Shore Command. She is in the sacrament of region. They are now open for camping. The South Shore is not open for camping, and that's another story. The fact is, that's in a different county. So that's how ridiculous all this is. But anyway, last week I drove through South Shore in North shore to every single campground. And let me tell you there's no hookups on the north shore or water or anything like that. You gotta bring your own water and all that, But let me tell you there's some nice sites there. You could get away from everything. Nice views. The whole works. The fit of planning program has been under believable. They planted over £26,000 of trout. Just this season starting in late fall. Now That's a lot of fish in that leg. Just recently. Just this week, some grass start to show up. This is a natural phenomena, you know, sometimes when the oxygen Kills the underwater plants, and it's a little bit of a nuisance slows fishing a little bit should not last more than a few days. In the meantime, some people are searching out some crop E. The South Shore pond. Of course, it's better when the first few days after the plant, but their plant almost every week s O command. She is the place to go. They asked that if you're gonna camp Your call them until they get their website. Back up the speed. Here's the number 2097635121. It's on their website Lake Comanche resort dot com. Go to extension one, Okay? And then also the cabin's air open on the North Shore and the motel units and boat. Reynolds. Comanche Lake raring to go with this temperature. It's gonna get good Comanche let go to their website Lick Come, and she resort dot com. 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News of the World Movie review
"Probably safe to say the discourse on that one has had its moment in the film twitter bubble but we have not had a chance to weigh in yet on the show. So we're going to get to wonder woman nineteen eighty-four a bit later. I though another christmas day released that makes its on-demand debut this weekend. It's news of the world directed by paul greengrass and starring. Tom hanks news of the world is adapted from the two thousand sixteen novel by paulette gyles. Let's hear some of the trailer. Gentlemen my name is captain jefferson kyle kit tonight debris the news from across this great world of ours so they pay you to tell story. I never heard that is the thing a main could do not a rich man. Keep patients that you can see took part. Stop shop talk. You understand. English call says your name. Is joanna liam burger in the took you when they attack your family. Six years prior her mother father and sister over. Well i passed. It is a strange world. Michael when a tom hanks western directed by paul greengrass. Who worked with hangs on captain phillips after directing three of the jason. Bourne films gets lost in the shuffle. But that's pretty much what's happened with news of the world. There's been little talk of it since it did open in theaters. Some theaters on christmas day. It does come to streaming services as we mentioned this weekend set. Shortly after the civil war of the movie stars hanks as jefferson kid. A printer who lost his business in the war and now travels from town to town. Reading newspapers allowed to gathered pain audiences on his journey. He comes across a young german girl. Played by helena's zongol. Who was kidnapped as a baby by akilah tribe and rescued years later by union. Soldiers kid is charged with returning her to her surviving relatives but she'd rather returned to the kiawah the only family she's ever known that's the central narrative. But it's safe to say that's not what's most compelling about news of the world at least right now michael and i were discussing some of the titles for possible review on the show you lean toward news of the world saying this it would feed naturally into talking about how we get our news and what the news has been lately having now seen it. I'm pretty sure. I know what you're getting at but i'd love to have you explain and i'm eager to hear if you think this topicality is to the movies credit or to its detriment. Well you know when you talk about any movie or anything that's worth talking about in the culture yet. You have to respond to the times. You're living in doesn't mean that everything gets bent toward particular historical malay. Were in right now. I mean it's it's it's just sort of stunning. How distracting everything in the world in our country least is is crowding out so much of our head space for anything else and it's I think i think what's going on in news of the world at least As greengrass co wrote and directed it is you. Have you have a film. that's speaking i think. Directly although not too bluntly a to certain strains in the american spirit and the american sort of rugged individualism western ethos have a guy like Tom hanks character. Kid who's a civil war veteran The film takes place right around. The same time is john. Ford's the searchers it's It's texas in eighteen seventy. The searches was two years earlier. And you have a very similar plot line right you have essentially if you want to boil it down to the utter simplicity. Have you have an anglo older white male who wants to you. Know who ends up Rescuing and saving i guess with quotes around it A young girl from the clutches or the life. she's known a living amongst the native american tribes comanche searchers. And the kiawah here in this story
Manchester City edge game of fine margins against Southampton
"Nil manchester city one city hold saffir simpson at arm's length. After an early combination as old as time itself razz google katy b assist a pragmatic performance from pep side. In this one as they keep their fourth clean she is games city defense starting to solidify roach their eight one point behind seventh-place southampton they do have a game in hand hard-fought victory ground down in an unusual way for pat with grit and organizational discipline case barua confidence southampton new press the moved and buccaneer a has an urgent style rotary impressive in the battle to control at midfield and was through the core that katy charged to break the southampton press the sixteenth minute and filling that trae pullback fund bernardo silver for the finish which was like a blast of city pass but a rare blast because this was victory built on defense the s and a play. You might have heard of johnstone's who's doing a second or third comanche. Bloody good thirteen that. Been brittle the back david. While no one was watching they've conceded the fewest goals kept the most clean sheets in the premier league. But in attack with gregg and usurper nordic torres scuffing chances at the whistle they would just flinging the ball around led the western michigan broncos kick return team unable to similar to oh city becoming defensive style fit they. This is a different city this season but they seem well prepared to plan the battle royale game in hand. If they win that game in hand they would be sitting up in third. I think we're gonna learn a lot about this team over the holiday period. They're playing some property teams. I think they're playing everton playing chelsea. They've they've they're going to be interesting match shops and i think we're going to learn a lot more about them.
Moo-Dunnit: How Beef Replaced Bison on the American Plainsand Plate
"Nearly, all the hamburgers in America today come from cows that spend at least part of their lives on the Great Plains that famous open range in the. American. West. So that is where we will go to start our story today to the American West before it was American before Europeans and their horses started showing up there in the late sixteen hundreds. So before there were cattle and before kind of United States had control of the planes in the. West you had a variety of American Indian policies, groups like the Comanche themselves essentially a very powerful empire across the West and they were hunting bison numbers for that time are kind of hard to come by. But it's estimated that there were about thirty to sixty million bison roaming through the middle of north. America. These are big grazing animals and what they can do is they can turn the abundant grasses of the West into animal flesh which then hunter's. Can Eat and so they become the foundation of the economy whenever I'm in the same spot as a cow I'm always kind of amazed at how big they are. But Bison is a heck of a lot bigger and faster. They can run about thirty five miles an hour faster than most horses, and they can pivot on both front and back hooves and literally turn on a dime. These are terrifying and dangerous creatures. It's not the kind of animal you'd. WanNa meet on foot and other key thing about them is that they're herd animals. So they gather at times massive herds, massive herds that would have represented a very appetizing dinner plus some warm and sturdy buffalo-hide imagine writing towards a herd of kind of terrifyingly huge bison if you're safely on horseback but how did native communities had them before horses very carefully so you could really only do it in the spring or summer when Bison gathered together to mate. You would do it on foot and you could work as a group, but it was difficult. You couldn't really do it fulltime. You could hunt by some kind of part time before the Horse, the planes really belong to the. Bison. But we now think of as plains tribes actually lived on the edges of the planes combining a little small-scale hunting with some farming. But once you had horses than well-coordinated hunters could hunt the animals very efficiently. The horses came with the Spanish. The native communities got a hold of some of those horses and horses quickly caught on they even changed the politics of the region, the communities that had more horsepower like the comanche kind of took over and they. Would kind of dominate everybody else and basically built these very successful empires empires that were built on Bison, hunting them and trading them with European settlers on the east coast. So people like the Comanche Kiowa were very successful from horseback and they may have actually been causing slow population declines in Bison. The story I heard him school is that white people killed off all the Bison and the truth is they did but the bison were already under a little bit of extra pressure. Thanks to the horses that white people brought. But waited until the spread of ranching and Commercial Bison hunting from Euro Americans to really collapse and by one thousand, nine, hundred, there's only maybe three hundred bison left. The West from at least thirty, million bison to just three hundred and about fifty years that by some more systematically wiped out in only a few decades thirty million bison were eventually replaced by thirty million cows de Bison izing roses really got started in the mid eighteen hundreds when people of European descent or beginning to move out west of the plains and start settling there. It was all sorts of people particularly I when it was scale so When what is Texas belong to Mexico you had lots of Mexicans who are setting up ranch's then you've got kind of poor white settlers anglos coming into the region setting things up as the American civil war approaches you got people who are kind of second and third sons of wealthy southern plantation families who can't inherit the family plantation and so they kind of go west to a place like Texas to set up kind of these small scale ranch's. Looked out at the planes and they thought, okay there are huge rangy creatures that live there why not replace them with other huge rangy creatures but why didn't they just stick with the bison that were already living there bison meat is freaking delicious and there is more of it per animal because Beissner. Bigger and bonus bison more already perfectly ecologically suited to the native. Grasslands and climate conditions. That's a really interesting question. I've I've thought about it a lot because in some ways, bison would be a very natural animal to raise. But then when I was reading diaries and things, I found that these people they were kind of disgusted bison they didn't view that as an animal that could be farmed. They saw it as a wild animal. and. So what's interesting about that is on one level people go with what they knew. Euro. Americans know about raising cattle, but another thing gets into their ideas of what is civilized and Dave you. The Bison is not the kind of animal that a civil in their minds a civilized people would raise and so cattle is the way to do it. So why couldn't settlers just leave the? Bison alone race cattle separately well, they could but the animals can't live on top of each other. So if thirty million animals are occupying most of this land, it has to be taken another thing though is that the Bison of the foundation of wealth of native peoples and if the sellers want WanNa take control by force of this land while they want to eliminate the means of support. And the foundation of power of people like the Comanche and so they view attacking the Bison as a way of achieving their other goal, which is taking as much land as possible for themselves and for the United States and what's funny is that difference in cattle is what justifies to them taking the land but the similarity is what means they can be successful as ranchers that similarity between. Bison, and cattle at first these early cattle ranchers was small potatoes they in their cows were outnumbered and overwhelmed compared to the native people and Bison. Well, the herds were relatively small. It's kind of like a few hundred animals. So it's it's a few enough animals that you disarm people who manage them and kind of ride around taking care of them are the same ones who owned them. And it's it's pretty mobile. You know you don't have kind of official ownership of the land. You're just kind of occupying land where you don't find any other settlers and you're hoping that the nearby fort or the US military will protect you from violence even though you're of course, using land that other people live on like the Kiowa
Moo-Dunnit: How Beef Replaced Bison on the American Plainsand Plate
"Nearly, all the hamburgers in America today come from cows that spend at least part of their lives on the Great Plains that famous open range in the. American. West. So that is where we will go to start our story today to the American West before it was American before Europeans and their horses started showing up there in the late sixteen hundreds. So before there were cattle and before kind of United States had control of the planes in the. West you had a variety of American Indian policies, groups like the Comanche themselves essentially a very powerful empire across the West and they were hunting bison numbers for that time are kind of hard to come by. But it's estimated that there were about thirty to sixty million bison roaming through the middle of north. America. These are big grazing animals and what they can do is they can turn the abundant grasses of the West into animal flesh which then hunter's. Can Eat and so they become the foundation of the economy whenever I'm in the same spot as a cow I'm always kind of amazed at how big they are. But Bison is a heck of a lot bigger and faster. They can run about thirty five miles an hour faster than most horses, and they can pivot on both front and back hooves and literally turn on a dime. These are terrifying and dangerous creatures. It's not the kind of animal you'd. WanNa meet on foot and other key thing about them is that they're herd animals. So they gather at times massive herds, massive herds that would have represented a very appetizing dinner plus some warm and sturdy buffalo-hide imagine writing towards a herd of kind of terrifyingly huge bison if you're safely on horseback but how did native communities had them before horses very carefully so you could really only do it in the spring or summer when Bison gathered together to mate. You would do it on foot and you could work as a group, but it was difficult. You couldn't really do it fulltime. You could hunt by some kind of part time before the Horse, the planes really belong to the. Bison. But we now think of as plains tribes actually lived on the edges of the planes combining a little small-scale hunting with some farming. But once you had horses than well-coordinated hunters could hunt the animals very efficiently. The horses came with the Spanish. The native communities got a hold of some of those horses and horses quickly caught on they even changed the politics of the region, the communities that had more horsepower like the comanche kind of took over and they. Would kind of dominate everybody else and basically built these very successful empires empires that were built on Bison, hunting them and trading them with European settlers on the east coast. So people like the Comanche Kiowa were very successful from horseback and they may have actually been causing slow population declines in Bison. The story I heard him school is that white people killed off all the Bison and the truth is they did but the bison were already under a little bit of extra pressure. Thanks to the horses that white people brought. But waited until the spread of ranching and Commercial Bison hunting from Euro Americans to really collapse and by one thousand, nine, hundred, there's only maybe three hundred bison left. The West from at least thirty, million bison to just three hundred and about fifty years that by some more systematically wiped out in only a few decades thirty million bison were eventually replaced by thirty million cows de Bison izing roses really got started in the mid eighteen hundreds when people of European descent or beginning to move out west of the plains and start settling there. It was all sorts of people particularly I when it was scale so When what is Texas belong to Mexico you had lots of Mexicans who are setting up ranch's then you've got kind of poor white settlers anglos coming into the region setting things up as the American civil war approaches you got people who are kind of second and third sons of wealthy southern plantation families who can't inherit the family plantation and so they kind of go west to a place like Texas to set up kind of these small scale ranch's. Looked out at the planes and they thought, okay there are huge rangy creatures that live there why not replace them with other huge rangy creatures but why didn't they just stick with the bison that were already living there bison meat is freaking delicious and there is more of it per animal because Beissner. Bigger and bonus bison more already perfectly ecologically suited to the native. Grasslands and climate conditions. That's a really interesting question. I've I've thought about it a lot because in some ways, bison would be a very natural animal to raise. But then when I was reading diaries and things, I found that these people they were kind of disgusted bison they didn't view that as an animal that could be farmed. They saw it as a wild animal. and. So what's interesting about that is on one level people go with what they knew. Euro. Americans know about raising cattle, but another thing gets into their ideas of what is civilized and Dave you. The Bison is not the kind of animal that a civil in their minds a civilized people would raise and so cattle is the way to do it. So
Relief fund created for Indigenous, undocumented and mixed-status families
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzales the native American Community Academy Albuquerque is partnering with the New Mexico Dream Team and schools across New Mexico. Oklahoma and South Dakota to provide monetary relief food supplies. The strong together. Relief Fund serves indigenous undocumented. A mixed down his family's being impacted by covert nineteen grants are intended to help those who are excluded from receiving state or federal aid. The native American Community Academy has already been a family's with food and some supplies during the pandemic will. Kanda is the schools parent facilitator. She says right now. They're serving people who've not needed a four. We have many families that are in a situation that can't Which is very similar to You know other people of Color. They may not be eligible for food. Stamps may not be eligible to get workman unemployment. And they're struggling and so for us. The right thing to do is to help them to. We see them as family so we wanted to provide some type of support and we decided to start doing food boxes on a weekly basis to our families really breaks your heart to see these families that you know used to donate to your food. Drives us to help you know. Help create food boxes and now are the ones that are struggling. Families can apply for the emergency strong together Relief Fund for a stipend of five hundred dollars. The first round of awards will be made next week. A lockdown of the wallop reservation in Arizona will begin Friday night and end Monday morning. The Tribal Council and Incident. Command team initiated the lockdown to help prevent exposure of Cova nineteen to community members as of Thursday health officials reported thirty four positive Cova nineteen cases among local tribal members and other community members and to tribal members reside. In the city of Kingman. More lockdowns may be held throughout the month to help prevent the spread of Ed Nineteen. Now the whole leaders are encouraging people to stay home this mother's Day weekend and follow emergency health and safety orders as the tribe offer support to people across the reservation. Teams are delivering food. Water firewood masks. Cleaning products and other essential items as governor Doug ducey begins lifting restrictions coconino county. Supervisor Lena Fowler is cautioning people here's Fowler in video message at a delivery site in the community of KB Toys Zona. Three Lee and Coconino County. Her supervisor's we don't see that we don't have those checkoffs that he had done saying that. There's already it's safe to go back. We don't see that in our county so we call the governor on that so in our region just wanted that you don't have that we don't see that Navajo. Health officials reported an increase of one hundred and three new cases. Thursday bringing the number of total positive cases for the Navajo nation to two thousand seven hundred and fifty seven. The Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association has removed two tribes as members from its organization. The board membership of the Association voted this week to amend its Bilaz and suspend the Comanche nation and Oto Missouri tribe for the rest of the year. The Gaming Group suspended the tribes for what it called not working. In the best interest of the association the two tribes had recently signed gaming compacts with the state as other tribes stand in a gaming dispute with the governor in statements both tribes pointed to tribal sovereignty and rights to negotiate new compacts. The tribes may seek reinstatement of membership. Which the board would vote on other tribes have been fighting the state of gaming compacts for months and some filed a federal lawsuit. I'm Antonio
"comanche" Discussed on KTOK
"He signed with the Comanche nation and the Otoe Missouria tribe through the department of interior for review he says they are illegal and void without action by the legislature from the Keating okay weather center stormteam partly cloudy today we're heading to a high of seventy six we have a chance of storms this afternoon at our low tonight will drop to forty nine tomorrow mostly sunny high of seventy and Saturday nights low will drop as to around forty eight Sunday mostly sunny with a high of seventy six for more on the corona virus go to the I heart radio app and tap the podcast app for the latest news and information I'm Jacquelyn Scott news radio one thousand Katie okay newsradio one thousand Katie okay studios or service of universal men's clinic for medical solutions for Edie yellow teeth learn more at universal men's clinic dot com right wing this south down I. thirty five north east a hundred twenty second street and help their road nine AM to three PM today for safety device repairs Connie Carson with your OKC traffic right now there's a child living in extreme poverty with no future and no hope but you can bring hope when you become a compassion international sponsor just text the word child two eight three three nine three and sponsor a child right now hi this is money market market sure sure it's spring time a beautiful time to be outdoors planting of trees shrubs and flowers so get out of the garden and free some fresh air it's good for you call us for curbside pickup on week days or shop us online plants flowers shrubs pottery seeds fertilizers and landscaping we have it all come and see us at Oklahoma's Trae headquarters Markham's nursery and remember just at the sun.
"comanche" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Comanche lake well I've got over seven hundred sixty tent and RV campsites spread out over the north and the south shore including secluded hillside campsites shoreline campsites even Bodiam camping about it I have been to just about everyone of those sites and I'll tell you where you if you can't find something you like there you can't find anything the south shore is the place to go if you have an RV with the cops north shore doesn't have woke up you must be self contained their advantages to each of those little bit more freedom on the north shore but as just as beautiful on the south shore and some of those sites are just out of sight I mean there are really good now as far as the fish if you don't have a boat they rent boats of course they do fishing boats paddle boats the whole works they've got a store they're great launch ramps both north and south shore and Friday yesterday they put in thirty six hundred pounds of trout ten percent of those are trophy trout all the rest are shabby either I mean they probably average a pound and three quarter so that's what's waiting for your Comanche now they spread that plant between the north shore of the south shore and the trout pond on the south shore you can go up the narrows clear up above the bridge way up above the scene we never stops changing the lower end of the lake wide open spaces little had island big hat island the rabbit creek causeway there is so many different places to fish for trout and bass one of the best bass lakes in California so what else do you need help you need a website lake Comanche resort dot com enjoy the stress free.
"comanche" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome back welcome back by the way earlier I mentioned how the Comanche lake holiday boat parade was new year's day it's today it is today and starts at five PM this afternoon and what happens is it's on the north shore if you go to nor sure you pay a day use fee and then they will give you a map and directions down the day use area where you go down and park and then all the boats dole why did boats go right by where you are so it's a it's kind of a fun event every year and so it's tonight at five o'clock Comanche north shore you still want to get a boat in the parade you can call two oh nine seven six three fifty nine twelve extension thirteen okay don Pagnell a fish Folsom lake last weekend and then fish Clearlake yesterday let's compare the two good morning don good morning there's no comparison is now interview goodbye well listen tells about fulsome first you know it's a tough bite and the winner out there but what you have to do well I just kind of moved around quite a bit till I found some you know scattered fish here and there and one of the south fork a little bit first a little bit of the south fork didn't really do very well up in there I saw a couple fish never really ran into any groups affairs then went out to the main body won over by the old one my own damn there and fish around there there's a couple of slots in there that I found some fish and managed to catch a couple out of that that out of that group when they were down on a brake line there that was going from twenty five down to forty using a drop shot rate and trying to stay right on the edge because that's were there seem to be with right on this list right on the edge of this this break dark dark form yeah I would use an errant magic good for him back and forth four and a half and half or yes for a half inch Erin's magic switching them in that M. in a shed pattern like the morning okay and that that the fish I caught that they were on the on the errant magic then I moved up for that and went out on the peninsula worked a little bit at the end of the peninsula there's not turn this stuff out there to fish I mean they've got a lot of markers out there that will kind of give you an idea of where some of these brake lines and rock piles are but if you go beyond some of that and really what your electronics you'll find a lot more stuff there's just a lot of stuff to fish out there and move around okay I just move around so you're fishing twenty five to forty feet catch any fish I ended up with about six fish on on that day okay well that's size okay but but you know you still went out and caught some fish in the tough conditions another thing yeah did you happen to mention to me in a text you ran into somebody with a limited trial so I immediately called Allen Fong he was honored yeah in in I heard that in that the guy I didn't get a chance to say this guy told me he was using a chrome speedy shiner a little bit of chartreuse on it there you go there you go let's talk about Clearlake hi I can't say enough about Clear Lake I had two guys out there yesterday and we're using the the jumbo shiners T. at this is dad was here from Florida so we went out and had a really good time the first spot we faced was just outside a Jaco bay on the north and the Jayco bay and never got a bite so there wasn't leading very well so I we ran out of there and went to another spot which is just just south of the old resort there on not on Clear Lake meal cannot die resort there's a cold just before that we went in there an immediately got on some fishermen we had a couple of doubles on we probably lost more fish than landed and they probably landed maybe fifteen fish that day told elle but the I can I can't even tell you how many fish pulled off the digest they weren't eating it I mean it's that time of year when you think that these fish would just swallow that jumbo shyness sure eat and we let him even have it a little longer just to make sure but that lot of fish pulled off and then if you just stop and let it sit after pulled up they've actually come back on it but landed some really nice fish in that area probably ninety percent of our fish we caught in that area okay yeah and from what to what pounds from probably the smallest one was maybe two pounds after seven I'd say that was it was the best one was question seven or eight pounds okay so if for some we measure in inches at Clear Lake we measure in pounds yeah yeah it was it was it was a fun day we went through five dozen shiners that day so it was it was a pretty good day and like I said we missed a lot of fish it just pulled off they would they would have it and then just pull off most of them were using the slip barber said it about ten to eleven feet and the other ones run a drop shot rig so I had the I'm in the back of the boat was watching all the barber's so and then him in front of the boat was fishing a drop shot Reagan so we're kind of alternating back and forth so how did it was it was a how deep with the minerals off the barber's ten eleven feet so you had a slip barber yes okay okay slip barber so I could adjust the desk is sure we were fishing and some of the areas we were fishing we're kind of rocky walkie banking that broke off into thirteen to fifteen feet of water and a clear like decks you know what when you're thinking deep water Clear Lake it's far different than when you're thinking deep water falls in two completely different environments but you know we we would mark fish on some of these rock piles and sit there and and the bike was going on and off so at one point we were thinking about moving this area and all of a sudden it started getting bad again so so we stay and got some really nice fish shop of it in the last spot weak fish was way up right there off of highway twenty glad above plane haven huh straight across almost straight across from what we call the narrows going toward shake run there and quite a few facial on that edge and that's where we kind of ended the day was down in that area right there I think the biggest fish we got out of there was maybe five pounds why that's a lot of fun hi how are your customers even from Florida they had to be happy with that east he's been told about Clear Lake all this time and and so we got to find out what clear like with all of this time of year well you you shouldn't tell you showed it to him don we're out of time thank you so much that was a great report from both those lakes happy new year all right well and you know your do you do you Love Pamela and I'll give you don's number right after the break we'll talk kokanee twenty nineteen I heart radio music festival coming back to the C. 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"comanche" Discussed on Fandom Zone Podcast
"Hello again everyone. Welcome back to the Phantom Zone. PODCAST CO host Charles skaggs back into the Phantom zone once again. Reds talked some watchmen with my fellow phantoms owner. And what am I all time. Greatest Friends Jesse Jackson. How you doing Jesse I am so happy? See that we are a desert we. We are doing a double shot of podcast love. Today we recorded double shot. Baby yes right. We did our titans discussion of beforehand and that was not a lovely episode. Were discussing though. Oh I think our discussion was great so they should check out titan talk. We'll talk about that more a little bit later. But we are. Ready to talk watchmen and there is so how much goodness in this series It is it. It's early in the gates but I think I think it is this so far in the argument of one of the Best Comic Book Adaptions Continuation Series. That we've had. Yeah we have. We are definitely very fortunate to get this The you know this. It's been so good and as a fan of the comic series. I'm definitely happy with it. So Here episode one sixty six. We're GONNA talk martial feats of Comanche horsemanship which is is a play on words. And I'll talk about that here in a minute. Oh good Written by the this is the second episode of. Hbo's Watchmen Series just aired on October. Sober twenty-seventh two thousand nineteen. So we're still trying to play catchup. Hopefully we're going to get back on track with everybody at least within a week and This was written by Damon. Millennial Lindelof showrunner Nick Hughes who I believe wrote some episodes of lost with in addition to Damon Lindelof off director once again by Nicole Castle who directed the pilot episode and This eric like I said just on October twenty seventh and This was an interesting one. we're kind of getting a little bit more background on our characters. New Characters are introduced in this story including especially Joking junior who I think is somebody we need to pay attention to and We get more of Louis. Gossett Juniors will reeves and A little bit more on our mysterious Lord of the Manor Jeremy Irons and a lot of that so so Jesse before we get started I WANNA get a little introduction or a little background. Our new cast members this this episode. assode what's your general thoughts on on martial feats of Comanche horsemanship and the only thing I wanted to add vic Chou's cues is was is also a writer on the leftovers and I have been very vocal about my admiration for that series so Regina King was in that as as well as is Christopher Eccleston who is amazing. In that if you've only ever seen him in doctor who You will just be very very impressed so always love to give a shout out when I can I would love it if we got doctor. Christopher Eccleston is Dr Manhattan in this in this that would be so awesome tastic ask with that be intended. Yes this Sometimes When you do your pilot or your first episode you kind of it's the software slump right you know not in this case I think this episode it? It picked off almost immediately where the other one left right it it it's continuing the storyline I get the feeling thing and You know one of the things I'm going to be on a little tangent here one of the things that The the guy the AM drawing blank guy wrote breaking bad. Oh you're Vince Gilligan. Yeah Yeah E. said he was blessed because because of the schedule FX. Allow them to break down the whole season each time and really finished the season before they started filming. AMC AMC did. Yes so I get the feeling that. HBO Did the same thing right so that they sat there and they have the pieces. They WANNA put together And it is really hard sometimes to do an individual episode yet yet serve the greater story and so far there are two for two of doing both they give us an individual story but they are also serving the greater storyline align. So I really love this episode Almost as much as the first one in the first one. I'm GonNa like a little bit more because it set up the world world but this one was just amazing. Yeah this is this is fantastic. You Yeah I mean you know we get more into the mystery of Judd's murder murder You know we get a lot more with as amandus especially a really fun. Play of Dr Manhattan's origin. The watchmakers your son that we'll talk about and then You know and then. There's very intriguing stuff with Angela and will and we find out in very interesting connection between the two that will talk about as well so A lot of great stymie. Just there's each member of the cast is intriguing Looking glasses a fascinating character. I want I want to know more about him. you know. And then we get the little American hero story which is a nice parody of American Horror Story Or American crime story or that it was because of the OJ Simpson but it but it kind of sounds like horror. So I think that's I think it's Kinda in the same vein because it's by the way I think may American horror story an American crime story by the same executive producer. If I'm not mistaken. Yeah they are and so. That's why the only reason I thought of that because it is American crime story story is usually based on a true event. And so. That's why I thought this more than American horse or a but definitely could be a combination right. This is so absolutely yeah while in fact earthy is the I think I were thinking about yes Ryan Murphy. Thank you for looking that up Why are we talking about that really quickly because it was just kind of like a little aside so it's not really? I don't think one of our central topics is this week now but So we got we got to see a little bit of American hero story and which is supposedly you know American hero story. The minute men and in this episode apparently is on hooded justice. Who is a character that has kind of had little passing references to so so far in the story line so I think a lot of what we're going to see is kind of centered around some some facts that we're gonNA come out about this character Because we don't know a lot about him from watchmen apart from that he was the one that stopped You know the comedian as He was raping soaks. The original so expecter Sally Jupiter back in the day but You know that We get we told old in a in a very fun little tease that. That Ralph Moot Mueller and the name Mueller's GonNa come up a lot if you notice. We'll talk more about that but That Ralph Miller the secret identity. Justice isn't really a his real name. Yeah so the question is well. WHO's the WHO is the real hood at Justice and and then we see this recreation of you know like some guys are robbing grocery store and they the they tell the cashier cashier to blow the safe or they gotta kill hostage? who had a justice comes in? And it's it's like this complete. Oh my gosh to Zach. Snyder's watchmen it totally is it is the thing about it. The Slow Mo like all the flying glass. Ask the Bruce. Anytime you punch somebody you see a little blood flying ineligible this very over the top artsy fartsy see take attempting to be like something more than it is now and so Very reminiscent at three hundred or in his watchman movie. What have you and I'm sure that was kind of an intentional? Little Swipe at Zach Snyder but But I thought that was really interesting thing. Yeah I do think it was. They specifically wanted to show that Feeling and you know I want to. I want to see that series very much you know. What did you think of that ridiculously over the top warning to everybody watching a program like Colin completely satirizing the ridiculous warning announcements that come on before? TV shows especially a lot of network TV shows which you would you make of that ridiculous little warning viewers. I just loved it. I loved the idea that there You know the we've seen this in the first season a a lot of you know we saw commercials for it and we saw billboards words right on taxis and boycotting so air shafts. Yeah Yeah Yeah and so you know that They're kind of pushing shing this so I was really happy with it The idea that ooh this is scary. This is scary So yeah I I like it a lot but yeah just you now did references everything graphic language violence nudity misogyny racism anti-semitism hate crimes depictions of sexual assault essentially to who like any kind of potential trigger warning they could think of yeah it's delivered in this. FCC warning so yes completely X. satirizing the FCC's warnings to viewers thought that was brilliant so So let's get a to remain top actually. Well let's let's talk about a couple of our new cast members a couple of them can't we don't have that. Many James Wolcott plays joking junior. Who again? I think it's a character. We need to start paying a lot of attention tale. He's primarily noticeable. If you're a fan of the TV series madman he was on that series and interestingly enough a little bit of a Comic Book Related Connection. He's GonNa be voicing Superman on the Harley. Quinn Animated Series on DC universe. Oh aw very nice. So that's kind of cool and let's see who else Anybody else it's you go. I know him he's done a okay He said a lot of TV shows. That I'm a fan of freight I I like He Ah yes not only He was in Goliath which is the Amazon He of course Bob Benson and Madman Madman but He did a Oh alone star which was a very short lived series playing a con man right got cancelled very quickly. Okay but he's a very likable actor. And the first time I saw him was A. TV movie called Front of the class where he played a teacher that had to read syndrome. Okay and It it was a very Kind of powerful movie of the week but it was really well done so he is a very likeable person. He comes across very Almost Gosh shucks Ma'am right and I think that's perfect for this Karol because You can't trust keen altogether but he does look like that all around right right. You know perfect way next door you can count on him. Yeah and do skin I in a in a someone who's watched him like I said on madman because I was I was a big man. Men Guy you know he hitting the character he played there he was essentially the Kendal..
Don't Use Natural Disasters to Pressure Clients
"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and i'm your host scott ingram david weiss sent this tip to me over the weekend and i i wanted to get it out to you as soon as i could while hurricane dory and is still relevant but is you'll hear. This tip doesn't just apply to this hurricane good morning sales success community david weiss comanche here with a tip of the day so as many of you know there's a very large hurricane mccain coming towards the coast of florida right now call doria and i am working through a few other partners of mine at at eighty p on a opportunity that we've been working for quite some time and they happen to be located in florida so last tweak a colleague of mine came to me and said david i've got i know you're speaking to them later today. I've got a great idea of how we can close this opportunity on your call and i said hey man you know. I'm all ears. I think we're pretty close but but he got says me let's tell them that the hurricanes coming and that they need to sign with us now because hurricanes coming and if they don't sign with us now they may be delayed d- for a couple of days or even a couple of weeks and that would mess up their timelines and we can you know get working on <hes> everything behind the scenes while they're repairing their business so i thought about this for second. I replied back. I said look there's not a hurricane close technique. I'm going to have a conversation with them and we're gonna you know see where their business is that and their decision process and we'll go from there so i got on the phone with the client and start talking to her and i and and the conversation of course of the hurricane comes up and how she's doing and how their associates are doing things like that and she says david i was gonna cancel this call but i wanted to talk to someone that wasn't gonna talk to me about the hurricane and i start laughing and she's like if i had done a shot of tequila for every single goal time someone said dorian to me today. I would have been asleep by about nine a._m. And she's like i currently have over a thousand emails emam box. No joke in probably eight to nine hundred of them are associated being worried about him and i said are you know oh tons of empathy. Hey preach taking the call really understand where you guys are at and we just kind of had a really empathetic good conversation and it ended with her making a couple of weeks to our agreement and asking me to revise it so i could send her so she get it over legal team in our legal to start reviewing and we left the a call with me saying hey look normally i would during this part of the call just be asking for basic timelines that we both agree to serve on the same page with what things look like moving forward but i'm not gonna they do that to you instead. I don't wanna put any pressure on you. I want you just to go and get your mind right. Help your business. Help your associates. 'cause i really feel for all the structure under an everything. That's you know up in the area. Now it's kind of chaotic and she's like david. Thank you so much really appreciate. It took the call today. 'cause i needed a break. This was a really great conversation. I'll let you know kind of how things play out over the next week them perfect so we leave the call and this kind of comes to the point of the conversation. If y'all haven't gotten it already we weren't at the final close step. Her legal team hadn't even reviewed it and if i put pressure on it to sign it today the this this person person like probably just couldn't it would have been the wrong timing. She probably gonna handle it. She's a professional but mentally speaking her head was not in a. I need to sign a contract with a a vendor. You know i it was. I need to protect my associates and i need to be there for my associates for you know their houses potentially not low longer being there in a week or two so <hes> i shifted towards this part and you know what i want people to take away is there's. There's no magic bullet. There's no such thing as the hurricane clothes unless sure selling products and solutions for hurricane management like batteries in water or sandbags or something along those lines lines don't try in us you know disasters or you know some other major negative events that are happening to your clients to try and get them to do business with you. Have empathy have understanding put yourself in their shoes know where they're at in their journey and be really honest with yourself. You know is a deal closing today or you know or we really. They're in the process for not. Let the process play out or ganic but putting milestones in place that help you kind of get to where you need. As far as you know you wanna be loved by the state were here today. Here are the steps that need to take place between now and then but be empathetic and things are gonna come up so that's all i have today. Hope you have a great week and hopefully this was helpful and i'll come back with more tips in the future. Thanks
"comanche" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A lot of people spend their spring winter and spring fishing lake Comanche and kind of stay away from it in the summer you know you think it's crowded during the week there's one guy that doesn't think so that's Robbie done I'm done I'm of coke machine guide service and I talked to Robby who fish Comanche and party this week Robbie you fish both Comanche and Pardee this week for trout let's talk about Comanche first are you bothered by the boat traffic out there a little bit when you go out to Comanche this time of year well no not be starting the year wrong might try to get out there during the week and it was Wednesday while we were out there so long it was actually a pretty nice snow skiers and we had two or three other trolling boats that's pretty nice I mean this is what talk about having the lake yourself on there are yeah actually yeah we put in a north shore and I get run out into the river channel for more short unnatural all the way down to the ground with the sun behind yet that you're I catch most of my church I with the sun behind me in the early morning yeah we picked up the four found throughout your beautiful clean silver rainbow one leg on all these beautiful and work your your OBGYN open channel area the rest of the day and how deep for your were your fashion anywhere from thirty five to sixty it seems that the deeper the fifty to fifty five were the better bites but we did catch a few that were up in the shallow were in that forty to forty five we pull in your speedy Shriver's even doubt that deeper depth yeah you told me about his lawyers will all along with those yeah one of the few designers are two point seven two of three point oh yeah and I started my set backs will be so they're not all the same distance back and just covers much water as I can and but those views you know that when they graduate they grab it yeah that's a lot of fun when that happens hello yeah a lot of people don't like to to troll that deep though are going that fast because of those those wires really start Harmon and islands so so what so what what do you do them just put up with it it doesn't bother me I actually like the home the reason I do is that if I'm not looking at the logs and I hear the tone changed I said no something's off the court large very that's a good point we always bothered me at all yeah down almost some people were told me that it and I think it scares you wish but I can honestly tell you I'd vote one sixty what do you and had a general fifteen sat back and still caught fish all the sound was not affected fish that all what about party hard you do over there now you're you're targeting trout yes Charlie twelve on Monday me and wife went up there and tonnage gathered around I have a couple trips coming up this weekend and launch during those started right out of the blue he's going on the main lake and we want all the way up to the I believe it's called Columbia goals just above the deer island and we worked a whole main body in the river channel unit up with our championship two o'clock anywhere between thirty five and fifty five was our best up there and once again I was born my speed is runners pretty much the same deal on both legs are robbing yes you can do the same thing with the same lowers their own though sometimes up at near the same death.
Christine Sinclair (probably) wont play forever. So appreciate her now.
"I she is on a very short list of the greatest, Canadian athletes of all time, second. She would probably never admit she belongs on that list, or actually even discuss that list at all. Third. She has been on the field for some of the most heartbreaking defense. Any Canadian team has ever suffered through to the hip fido's, a comprehensive victory of Canada fulltime book of Canada ill, Frantz four. Finally beginning today after almost twenty years of leading perhaps the best soccer Team Canada has ever fielded Christine Sinclair has a chance to reach heights that would have been unimaginable. When she began her career Sinclair is thirty six now, she's been Canada's rock for ever, this might be her last women's World Cup. And it might be Canada's best ever chance to hoist the trophy and it might be our last chance to appreciate a woman who has never talked much never cared about stats never wind about the refs never done anything, but play, great soccer, and she is now poised to become perhaps the best ever at that task. I'm Jordan heath Rawlings. And this is the big story Canada's first game and the women's World Cup comes today against Cameroon. So we figured it was time to talk to Stephen brunt of sports net was covered these World Cups for years, Stephen start with just who is Christine Sinclair, where did she come from? What's her origin story? Well, she's from the lower mainland BC. She comes from soccer playing family her to her uncle's played professionally with the Portland at an earlier incarnation of the Portland timbers her dad played. She played as a kid, and, you know, she played other sports as well. But as a was a prodigy Ritchie cows, cap for Canada as a sixteen year old, it does astounds me how, you know, we're, we're talking about the early days of the sport in the country, like candidate didn't have a women's national team till nineteen Eighty-six. Yeah, yes. She played in the ninety five world or the ninety four World Cup. Right. Those game lake back. Then it was if people are soccer people. They will understand what I'm saying. Here's like old time, English soccer like vertical. So. Correct. Big kick, it down the field and the strongest and tallest and fittest would run underneath it, it was dominated by countries that could do that played that way. But it was also dominated by countries that put money into women's sport before other countries did, which is a pattern we've seen a lot, right? Like early success in Olympic women's rowing, for instance, was because we invested in it in nineteen nothing away from those great athletes, but we got on that bandwagon before a lot of other countries said in soccer even a lot of traditional soccer countries declined to invest in the women's game. There was a level of chauvinism in the in the soccer cultures so that, you know, the Brazil's and the Spain's and the Italy's they, they didn't do anything women's soccer, but Germany, did and Norway and Sweden did and we did to a degree. We were we were kind of early adapters in terms of women's soccer and the Americans did after title. Nine rank title nine was huge right into created opportunities for for collegiate athletes. So those were the countries that dominated early and but that was what they was a power game. You know power game of fitness game. And you know in assize game really strength game. How did Christine Sinclair make her Mark on that game on this team? When did she come to one to Candida notice her, I would think I guess the U twenty tournament gonna remember sales change. They change it from nineteen to twenty remediate offered was the tournament in Edmonton, where the golden generation, they, they got to the finals loss to the Americans, a recurring theme here, but played in front of forty thousand plus people in Edmonton to Commonwealth stadium too big TV ratings, so Kara Lang, and most Creedy and, and sink. You know, we're part of that team and his golden generation of Canadian women country embrace them in a way that it hadn't I don't think it'd embrace the soccer team male or female before we men's team that you know got the World Cup and eighty six and they won the Gold Cup and under Hoeger, but I don't think candidate had ever cared about soccer as much as they cared about that team that played in Edmonton. So that was kind of her debut for the Comanche was the most valuable player high-score most valuable player in that tournament. So, you know, and then she joined the national where she played for the national team and. After that, again, with people like Charmaine Hooper, who is a great athlete in her own, right. And the they, you know, they have a fourth place finish the World Cup people then forget that, that they, they did finish fourth, but, you know, I think what really started to put things on the map was what, what came later and end know and the evolution of the of the game and the pollution of the players will it's kind of a chicken or the egg situation because you had Christine Sinclair in his golden generation that kind of took over that team and dragged it in front of everybody watching. And then once you know that it can do good TV ratings, and people are really going to care. It becomes a lot easier to recruit talent bring on sponsors, and all the rest of it that puts you a little bit further ahead. Yeah. In parallel to that. The game is getting more sophisticated evolving, or changing in, in a way that soccer people found pleasing like I was kind of separate myself because I've covered soccer for a long time. But I you know, soccer people I was considered me an outsider. So I, I always kind of separate myself, but that the people who would kind of disdain women's football women. Soccer started to see the ball being played on the ground. More you know more of a passing game as a more sophisticated version of the game and started to kind of give it its due. So those things happen at the same time one is that. Yeah, you have golden generation of Canadian players coming through who had succeeded on stage, a very popular stage, anyway. And at the same time, you had women's soccer getting new respect, of course, you had that explosion with the Americans right where, you know, brandy Chastain and all of that. You know, it became a big deal in the United States. Yes. Also, the breakthrough from American soccer, you know, if you think about it, the US men's national team was pretty good for a long time. But what was the breakthrough for soccer in the US? It was the women you absolutely the women describe that scene because you probably, it's probably embedded in your memory of brandy Chastain. And that's the only thing I remember that time. Yeah, we scored the winning goal and, and stripped off her jersey was wearing a sports bra and had like an eight-pack ill. She's absolutely ripped. Right. Looks like I think it was it was a moment of empowerment for a whole bunch of. People. And I think for a whole bunch of young girls watching it was, I wanna be her. Yeah. I wanna play that game because it was, you know, it wasn't dainty. It was ferocious. It was competitive. It was passionate there were. And there are a lot of great things about women's soccer. Well, and in Canada. It's the women are better. They have men's team and it by an order of magnitude. We could qualify that say the pool shallower again. We were earlier that there is. We, we probably put more emphasis on what you see now is that, you know, England's good now in the Nederlands is getting good is against some of these other soccer countries are kind of saying, hang on, we'll Spain suddenly pretty good. But yeah, I think in Canada, they had the success and be, I think people did start the kind of tune into the fact that someone who might be the best player in the world play for us. So tell me about her that because you've covered her for while now what is Sinclair, like she's known, at least to me and casual observers for being pretty closed off. Oh, yeah. You mean per as a person as a person as an athlete? How, how is she what drives her she's super shy? She doesn't like doing interviews a drink press stuff. If you talk to her teammates tell you, she's not shy that she got a great sense of humor, which she does. But she just just playing that the public role. I remember once I went down to interview her when I was still the globe and mail. She was playing for the, the western New York flash. Again, you know, the leagues have come and gone. Right. But one of those down near buffalo somewhere, and they having an open workout for kids. And I was driving down from the globe. And I'd set it up through Canadian soccer to do this interview I think goes before the twenty seven World Cup. So it looks a low pressure environment is what I'm saying, and it's going to be a nice story and I got stuck in a little bit of traffic at the border. So I got there about three minutes before the interview was supposed to happen. But I was, you know, phony, people telling you, look, I'm coming, right? Look, she was in her car, and she was going to leave. She was honored. I almost had to throw myself in front of her car because she didn't want to do it. She just didn't want to do the interview, and it was, you know, as an awkward interview, and there wasn't much to it, and I've been persistent, I guess with her to try and get a little bit. And I have huge Marijn for as an athlete. So maybe that's part of it as well. But yeah, she's never going to be somebody who talks and soundbite. She's never going to be somebody who kind of thrown horn. It's just not in her. She's, you know, again, MBA seen her. She is a passionate ferocious competitor. And she does have a sense of humor, but it's hard to get past, you know, the veneer, sometimes why did you work so hard to get past that veneer? You know, I think a lot of it goes back to that twenty eleven World Cup which I'm sure we're gonna talk about. But I covered the tell me about the twenty eleven World Cup. You know, key so candidate went into Germany twenty seven World Cup is in Germany and Canada. There's a sense that candidate could be competitive in this turnament, sorta like now, you maybe none, as they maybe expectations weren't quite where they are now but they were pretty darn high. And that was the, you know, the, the moment for that golden generation of players. Right side from Carlisle, who got hurt that, that was that group this, and this was there, a moment and Canada had hired an Italian to coach the team. Caroliina Mirage, and the whole idea was that this was the country's, there's, like finishing school that she was going to teach them more sophisticated tactics and European training methods and this is gonna turn us into a footballing nation rather than soccer h nerve footballing team rather than a soccer team. And Caroline was an interesting like a character from fiction, you know, and they had this whole group of Italian trainers in the system coaches, and there was much intense talk and smoking cigarettes. And speaking of Italian, and she took them off to a training camp. They went to some hotel in, in the mountains in Italy. And we're locked off by themselves and trained and all of this, when you talk to them after the facts, you know. So it sounds like a prison camp. But it sounds nice now but it wasn't fun. But they all say the right stuff that okay, we're gonna we're gonna we're gonna we're way. Better way. More sophisticated. We're gonna play you know, we're we're going to our game has she is we have learned enormous amounts Mer. The opening game is against Germany in Berlin at the Olympic stadium. They know they're going to lose that game. Everybody knows he'll lose that game but they, you know, they compete and sink scores. A goal on a on a free kick. I think not a penalty free kick, but she also gets hit in the nose and breaks her nose spewing blood. And it was real was, you know in this there goes the tournament. Right. So so caroliina Marashi again, who is she was very much into intrigue in whispered conversations? I'm covering this for the globe. And for sports that we were the rights holders I was as close to any team. I think as I've ever been and there's been there. Many whispered conversations was she going to play and they wouldn't let her talk to the media, and she was. Wearing this like the mass that basketball players wherever they break their now.
Jack Dorsey: super influencer or troubled soul?
"Twitter. Chief Jack Dorsey has been hailed by Silicon Valley acolytes his personal fitness regime, but others question, whether he really merits, the role of a wellness guru Horatio Harrod discusses whether the Dulcie regime is worth emulating and what might be motivating his ascetic lifestyle with Joe Ellison. So obviously, for most of the people listening, Jack doesn't really need much of an introduction, 'cause he cofounded Twitter and the mobile payments company square. But why are you writing about him to in your recent column? I was writing about Jack Dorsey on the basis of the fact that he's been held as a super influenced by his Silicon Valley tribe of acolytes, and there was a big profile, I think, in the New York Times, but also kind of increasingly on other platforms, sort of hailing, his wellness regime in and also talking about the fact that he has become, you know, this character who has the same sort of power and influence as Gwyneth Paltrow, who we all know founded the wellness and pug, oop. So I thought he was an interesting person to look out because it just struck me that a lot of his advice seemed quite extreme, and I thought it was interesting that, if you're looking at it on the basis of gender. A man who comes up with a ten point plan includes extreme fall staying and depriving yourself of low of things should be seen as a kind of heroic manly endeavor of self discovery. But if it was a woman should be just discussed as kind of bats. I mean you know that. Well, don't you because when you interviewed Gwyneth Paltrow, flinch FT early this year. You know, you've got a few comments accusing her of being a sort of snake oil, saleswoman, very different sort of response to her wellness tips and stuff. She puts on group. I mean, I think generally anything where a woman is advocating healthy practice, or some sort of tree hit. But all, you know as someone who works in fashion, where I think, beauty and style, a very much of wrapped up in the same topic. There's a real hostility towards a lot of people advocating an extreme lifestyle pan and Gwyneth got a huge amount of very, very, very hostile Comanche under the. Which I did. And they really, really resented, her advocating anything radio, she they just thought she was crackers and also the other thing, which I thought was interesting as, as an actress, what does she know about this cheat doesn't have the right? Whereas Dulcie, who is to intensive his attack onto knows less than nothing also. But for some reason when he tells everybody he gets up at five am and jumps into freezing cold ball. It seems perfectly acceptable, and it was just us of weird guru status immense seem to have without any founding qualification whatsoever. Seems to be especially the dudes of Silicon Valley. They get away with quite a lot of what in if it were more of a female lifestyle context, would be seen as either very silly and frivolous poorly informed. That seems to be like people are in thrall to men with money and power. And I think that can just tip into a much broader kind of relation where it doesn't seem to matter what they do. I mean, if he suddenly sti- peg football, he probably be a brilliant, footballer. It's a kind of seduction. I mean there. Fan, boys. I mean, I know the west coast of America is oversee worth fatty diets sort of guy, an those long long decades on history of slightly with mystical, kind of quays. I religious of practice goes on. But I think that particularly now these tech gurus of merge, these tech leaders ever merged increasingly focused on how to make you a better person rather than there are about how to make a much let letting leads money because that seems to be what is actually very good. His voice loan, what new up and coming company. Would you invest in bitcoin? Awesome. You know, about the virtues of journaling, which is a fourteen year old, that's one of his eleven wellness tips or infrared, saunas. And why should an infrared bow, but your desk, minutes, all such hokum as well? I mean some of these things have got a modicum of medical evidence to support them in their favor. But lots of them are completely groundless. I mean, I have no idea whether there's any academic study that suggests that drinking salt juice. Use as he calls it, which is, I think lemon Himalayan salt water, which distributes in his Twitter offsets globally will do any tool or just make vomit. But the idea that someone could implement this in their offices, and everyone thinks this is a great idea, and not just say you're crackers, just seems I it just seems like typical of the gender gender-bias. We have, but people listen, calm being kind of a rabid feminist about these things, but I really feel as though people are inherently quite naive and the other thing about Jack Dorsey regimen, which I think, for me was particularly poignant is that in reading about it, the first thing I thought, when I was reading through the specifics of what he does his seven-minute high intensity workout his five mile walk toward that takes him an hour and a half. It's freezing cold buff, that all very self controlled, and quite punishing behavior, especially the fasting when she does from Friday until Sunday. So this, actually, it was very reminiscent of the sort of schedule. You might read over anorexic, who is in care, like a young girl. And if. She was exhibiting these behaviors you'd be genuinely quite concerned about her. It certainly thinks she was or he was putting too much pressure on themselves. And that was the other thing that just struck me as that anorexia or he's got an eating disorder. This is not healthy and you would Li certainly from the New York Times, piece, anecdotally, it seems that all of the things that he's recommending the infrared, Sooners the era sleep tracker which Prince Harry also were supposedly sales have skyrocketed since he mentioned them. So it seems like people really, really buy it. People just have a very different attitude intensive influence. I mean, going to culture can also shift, you know, she shifted courts eggs, which I think there was sexual healing eggs, or something she did get sued and had to pay a fine for claiming so but subsequently the sales of it still continue to rise. So she similarly has the power to create a bit of Rudra around a product with really, really sort of GPS values, but I think the something about that very powerful. Male leader who does the Ted talk. They take on this woman slight respite and like reputation. I mean, I think, historically, there have been people who held as kind of positions. I just think it's interesting that the most recent incarnation is this forty two year old tech entrepreneur and the other thing that we noticed today is that I think as of last year, he had a twenty three or girlfriend who was a Sports Illustrated model. And actually, when you think about it like that, he's just go having a kind of crushing midlife crisis was that was that was the conclusion, we did a lifespan the dramatic weight loss kind of obsession with physical appearance like the long kind of bid, the disguises bits of your face is so Mangone. This is this isn't about wellness is just about wanting to make an hot next year. Much, much younger more attractive girlfriend. But there was it was. So another point I think you made in your column, which was the, you know, he doesn't look and this is going to sound very sort of code psychology just doesn't look very happy. But it's interesting, do you think? There's a kind of elements of an incredibly wealthy successful porno kind of doing penance for either being successful, particularly being successful with Twitter because it's become oversee a platform that so controversial, and people took about him as basically make you fortune from helping to propagate hate speech, or allowing hate speech to ferment on his platform. I think if I was a hang at him as I called psychologist, which is what will like to do try and analyze what's going on? He doesn't look to me, like a person who is slightly enveloped in kind of shame buys person. You know, he looks almost unrecognizable he wears closed that swallow him. He has this huge curtain of hair across most of his face. And whereas it beanie hat and he does look sort of haunted. He sending doesn't let like a guy living as best life, and I like to think that some of that is possibly a physical manifestation of his unease around the thing that he's created. And I think, you know, social media Twitter, Facebook. Have had this extraordinary ROY of late where they're being they're being held up Jack Dorsey and his like a big held up for the world's ills and I think his strange retreat into this quasar religious slightly remote isolated status. It just doesn't reflect a very healthy mindset to me. I think he seems a bit like a man in retreat.
"comanche" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Cotton influence on actually the United States and around the world, which was probably one of the first global exports of cotton. Labor didn't start a slave labor. But it turned into slave labor in the book is about Comanche Indians. And comanche. So we took the Comanche land to plant the cotton. Comanche comanche. We're at might enjoy that book actually, pretty good at taking land of cells. That. In fact, they were not seeing combine. They. Interesting the Comanche. Scott were a really until the horse migrated from. From should ask every week quiz book back? Quite fascinating. And I'm not going to talk anymore about the command command, actually, not a very very strong tribe until they actually master these the horse, and then they just became incredibly powerful now because they were actually able to use this new technology to them called the horse and displaced a lots of lots of people. All right. Right. Thank you. Let's let's go to Sacramento. There is there is a hypothesis that the reason Mexico gave Texas to the US is to create like a little barrier from stopping certain Indian tribes to come into Mexico. That's put the hypothesis anywhere. Since history is because the longer goes changes. Kinda does. Effective who's telling the story. But anyway, if you could listen, you can tune into our podcast as we review books or financial. Lovely. All right. Let's we're in Sacramento talking with Russell Russell you with Allworth financial money matters. Thank you for taking my call. Yeah. So I've heard you folks talk a lot about the benefits of getting fee-based financial advice rather than dealing with sales people. But I understand that a lot of investment products like mutual funds are structured to be sold through an agent who receives a commission or load. So my question is don't fee based advisors ever recommend such investments? And if so where does that commission go all that is a great great question. Right. That is a great question in for the rest of the listeners. This is how used to be when we entered the business back in the day. There were not a lot of fee based investment advisers out there and most mutual funds had what's called a sales load. Right. So when they first started they were typically eight and a half percent. So if you go back forty years, you would buy from a particular mutual fund company something. And they would charge you a commission. So you put one hundred thousand dollars in there there were break points. But if you put one hundred thousand dollars, you might only see ninety three ninety four thousand of it invested the rest of it went in the form of commissions. So that changed over the years and those were called a shares. So you say built called the great mutual fund. And then they weren't called the time. They were just mutual funds started price in a shares. And then no. So even today and the. Bring this up is because as things begin to change the mutual fund industry lowered that front load from eight and a half percent was five and three quarters too. But they added on an additional quarter Peyton a percentage point or twenty five one hundred percent under what they called a twelve b one fee, which is. The commission he called it a servicing fee be one. But it was the sensually another commission. So there are some firms that are fee based financial advisers that still sell. These A-Shares at what they call NAV net asset value, they waive the load they waive the load, but there's still this quarter percent fee. That goes to the investment firm that is you call what you want? It's a commission where does that money go? It goes to the investment firm normally not to the advisor. So I know of a very very large national firm that's owned by a company that most people are lot of people familiar with where a large force of what they recommend has this buried twenty-five percent basis point fee, and they get away with calling themselves of fee only advisor, which I don't know how that works affirms like ours. We don't use radical transparency for us and most of the load fund companies have have a share class. That has different packaging sense. The same exact portfolio. They just stripped down the fees. It's lower fees, and they're only available through institutions and through like financial adviser for him. So as an example. At at all financial, which is.
"comanche" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Comanche Pelosi dug in there's not gonna be any more money in the legislation and President Trump responded in kind. There's no wall. It doesn't work. She's just playing games. He repeated his threat to declare a national emergency to seize the funding. He needs to build the wall. A move would be certain to face legal challenges. The president's rhetoric was friendlier today as he met with Chinese trade negotiators. They carried a letter filled with lavish praise for Trump from president Jason ping terrace relation. Personal enjoy and the phone. Mitch. The US trade representative's reports progress, although beyond discussions on a range of issues, the progress appears modest the European Union said it will consider hitting Venezuela with a new round of targeted sanctions, if the regime doesn't take immediate steps toward a democratic process. Bloomberg's Irv Chapman reports. This is one issue on which President Trump is aligned with congress and allies. Former secretary of State Madeleine Albright said in a Bloomberg radio interview, the narrative approach is very much in tune with that of countries in Latin America, the Canadians are also on board as are a number of European. So I do think this is a good approach where I get nervous is when we start talking about the possibility of military intervention. The International Monetary Fund is also promising loans to restore the Venezuelan economy. Once nNcholas Maduro leaves the scene. In Washington, Irv Chapman, Bloomberg radio. Painfully cold weather. Santan pitchers plunging to record lows in more places today. But forecasters say a big thaw is coming by Monday, global news twenty four. Hours a day on.
"comanche" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Having these state of the union is Senate is definitely caught on on FOX. We have now hosts and guests who are supporting it or debating, whether there should be a rally and rally is a mistake. I've explained why. The president of the United States should not surrender. The state of the union speech in the capitol building Comanche Pelosi, the Democrats, they only have the house. They don't the Senate. There was nothing that says it has to be delivered in the house of representatives that has been done to really accommodate the members of the house and Senate because it's a bigger form in the Senate chambers. Much smaller? And. I think the way it ought to be filled is the senators who want to attend and then the House Republicans. And then the military leaders in the supreme court, then whoever else can be crammed in there. And in the galleries. That's it. And if damore who went to watch it's like going to a Mark Levin book event at the Reagan library. We'll have some seats in a ante room while the big screen, and that's where Pelosi can watch or not she can watch on TV at home. I know people are talking about a rally. I don't think that's good advice from talk radio hosts from TV hosts because I just saw it again on FOX. I really don't think that's good advice. A rally. Really, it's the state of the union address. The capitol building should not be conceded to Nancy Pelosi. So. Kerogen you to tell your neighbors your friends. Your members of congress. Suggests that we have the state of the union address in the Senate. Not in some auditorium in Timbuktu. In the Senate, and we not surrender the capitol building. In Nancy Pelosi said it was a security risk. She never talked to the secret service. She never talked to DHS. She never talked to the capitol police. She just said it. Now, she's been told the border is a security risk right now by experts by people who actually work there, and she ignores them, I don't believe those facts. I don't believe those facts. Now, folks, I also want to raise another point with you. If you are a reporter. And you hate the president of the United States. So thoroughly and completely. You should at least had the professional ethics. To take yourself. Off that beat. Your boss who can see through your own reporting that you so hate the subject of your reporting that you simply can't be a real news man, should take you off that beat. Conversely, if you love the president so much. And you're a reporter you should be taken off that beat to like ninety eight percent of the reporters who were reporting Barack mail house Benita Obama. Let's go to the first example, I. Is there really any question that Jim Acosta hates Donald Trump? Is there any doubt that the executives at CNN know that Jim Acosta hate Donald Trump? Is there any doubt? That everybody in the so-called news room at CNN know that Jim Acosta as well as the rest of them. But Jim Acosta the White House's is beat. No that Jim Acosta hates the president. Is there any doubt? Of course, not. So here's Jim Acosta on CNN today. Hat tip newsbusters. Cut three go nation's capital has officially become a playground. Brooke? The the president has responded in sort of a childish ways the only way to describe it to the house speaker Nancy Pelosi to her letter essentially saying that say the union will be postponed or she asked me to be submitted writing. If the government is still shut down. He is a a a snob. He is a blithering idiot. He's a leftist. He's not a reporter. He's not a reporter. He doesn't even show evenhandedness in in this phrase about a childish way. President United States is reacting to an act by the speaker of the house an act that has never ever happened before in American history. Not since presidents have big speeches from the capitol building. And the president you see. Is responding and sort of a childish way what you have mostly in the viewers CNN are cultists cultists. Cultists can love somebody cultist can hate somebody. They were cultists for Obama and Cultus against Trump. CNN is made a business decision. Not journalistic decision, not a news decision. It is made a business decision that its ratings are so bad. It wants to focus on a small niche within the American population. I'm telling you the truth. Well, my ratings on Sunday are higher than their prime time shows, and I'm on Sunday at ten pm eastern that is a failed cable network. And mine is a highly successful Sunday night show. So CNN has made a business decision. With Zuck Zucker. I think is at the head of it who's a leftist at NBC. And the owners have CNN have made a decision. Time warner. We're not gonna do news will claim we're doing news. We'll continue to be partisan. Although we're claim to be objective. And the way we'll do. This is called the president a liar, and we have to hold him to account. That it is. We who stand for freedom of the press. When in fact, we will use. The imprimatur of freedom of the press to attack this president. But when you assigned somebody to the White House who has a real hate on for the president of the United States. That's not news, ladies and gentlemen. That's propaganda. Now, we've invited Jim Acosta on this program. How many times several times, right? Mr producer. Nothing. They don't even respond so much for freedom of the press. He doesn't want to be held to account. He doesn't want to be questioned. I do I would do so in a very respectful way. Unlike him in the way, he treats the president. But I would. And I want to explore this with him. But he doesn't want to explore this with me. You've got a conga line of like minded Trump haters day in and day out who pretend to be news anchors are news men or women hosts you can also see by the nature of the people. They invite overwhelmingly Trump haters and very angry trumpeters like this Anna Navarro won a nutjob, she is low IQ, I might add. When you have a host like sour lemon, aka Don lemon. Who day in and day out accuses sixty three million people are some large percentage of the Trump voters are being racists. Or supporting a racist? You know that that guy's not a newsman. And that's not a news network. When you look at FOX. You have a prime time lineup. That is not news. Tucker Carlson, Sean, Hannity and Laura Ingram. They don't pretend to be journalists. But they do. Act as intelligent analysts. It's not a journalist, but they're intelligent analysts. They look at the information. They look at the facts, and they give their opinion, of course, based on where they're coming from nobody pretends, otherwise. Fox and friends. That's not really a news operation either new show, even though they have news segments. So they give their opinion, no problem. But Jim Acosta's a newsman Jake tapper is a newsman. These are supposed to be news programs, and you can't tell the difference. That's the problem. So my next question is in addition to my question is how can you allow man with such seething hate for the president of the United States to be your White House? Correspondent my next question is what is CNN's business plan? Once the president leaves? What is their business plan? Because they have now built a business model on hating Trump day in and day out. They built a business model that they are going to be the mouthpiece for the DNC every damn one of them over there every one of them. Wolf Blitzer, Jake tapper. And so forth. What is their business? They have none. So I suggest to you that once President Trump leaves CNN is going to go away. Or it's going to shrivel up into something. Smaller? But it isn't going to be what it is which is small enough. There are over three hundred million people in this country. Not all of them, obviously are adults. But over three hundred million people the networks are watched every night by about twenty three million people the biggest show on FOX get typically three three and a half million. CNN? They don't even get a million. Their morning show gets two or three hundred thousand despite the fact that is quoted all the time. In other words, they're not even a pimple on a pimple on elephants. But Donovan a footnote to a footnote of news. I'll be right back. Mark levin. Can get ready to binge. It's new to view streaming edition coming and Netflix this week the American crime story series the assassination of Johnny Bruce Sachi, Denzel Washington and Russell Crowe star in American gangster checkout. Netflix originals like Carmen sandiego feature film, girl and fire. The greatest party that never happened with chronicles the failed music festival that was set to take place on a private island as well as season five of Grayson Frankie and the second season of Marvel's the punisher later this month. Netflix will release hotel Transylvania three on the twenty fourth can't man and the wasp on the twenty nine and the.
"comanche" Discussed on MeatEater Podcast
"It's it's scattering the morning dew and it's by anonymous author and it's from eight hundred eight years before the civil war it's written along the mouth of the brat the mouth of the brass's remember correctly so at the gulf coast there in texas and it's a bunch of guys talking about getting drunk and tomorrow they're going to go hunt but it's sport hunting now eighteen fifty two texas is only been a state for seven years it's only been a republic in state for twenty some odd having vancouver comanche comanche is are fixed the gang territory during the civil war they're going to push in back into central texas so texas is just really east texas in the coastal region but they're already distinguishing themselves as sport hunters and the writing poetry and getting published in new york for the journals they're the periodic who's that are coming out so we have this birth of sport hunting and they turn to nimrod as as their kind of their hero he's a gifted hunter base yeah it's because sighnot isa because he's hair red nothing affirmative no yesterday talking about racism and the things that are going on with the native americans etc you know not we're not easel nimrod mighty hunters just it's a mighty hunter mighty hunter and so they look plans that adjective that is it and that's how never know number i'd it comes at reaction again a pejorative and insole because it begins to be seen particularly in britain it comes to america and the twentieth century people would be called nimrods but they were being seen then is a bunch of country gentlemen who wanted to be like the wealthy of previous centuries who rode to hounds right chase the fox in there were these new gingery there are bunch of a bunch of rednecks rubes country folk who basically trying to act like gentlemen and so they would be mocked then as oh you nimrods and you begin to have just as you have the use of the name as this.
"comanche" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Commercial services a fiery crash on six twenty near comanche trail this afternoon involving an overturned lakeway fire rescue truck injuries a dozen including two critically austin travis county ems commander mike benedetta says by vehicles were involved twelve people were injured but to refuse treatment that were transported to were transported with a serious potentially lifethreatening injuries the remaining eight patients that were transported were transporting with nonlife nonlifethreatening injuries six twentieth shut down both directions between quinlan park road in twenty two twenty two three sixty is about you're only alternate at this time and travis county sheriff's kristen dark says you should avoid the area if at all possible this is gonna take us several hours to clear not only are we going to have to investigate the accident and reconstruct but we're also going to have to clear that intersection and then repair those traffic lights dark says the crash happened at a t intersection and demolish to the lights leaving law enforcement to direct traffic if that wasn't bad enough all lanes at i thirty five frontage road at wonder world in san markets are closed due to an earlier oil spill the city reports and north to south turn the turnaround has also been shut down as as southbound exit to closures expected last year rush hour if not longer melinda will have the latest in traffic in a moment concerned austin is an area activists took to the city's public outreach meeting about the city budget during which the mayor city manager in staffers were put in the hot seat one attendee was calling for less police but more funding to programs he felt would decrease crime maybe the right police in the neighborhoods that can establish the trusted contact whether it be with a pastor when educator where that police officer enable that individual to be a i responded that way that money is not spent on that officer for me argues that even though abd had the best oversight in the state he is not satisfied with the outcomes and wants to change john choline newsradio klbj klbj news time five oh four time take a look at austin traffic brought to you by the austin symphony and thomas j henry injury attorneys will.
"comanche" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"At comanche an i twenty five in terms of pesticide residues in america so listen carefully because a lot of these are in your kitchen right now so we have apples strawberries grapes celery peaches spinach sweet bell peppers imported nectarines cucumbers cherry tomatoes imported snap peas and potatoes now get this every sample of imported nectarines and ninety nine percent of the apples tested positive for pesticide residues the average potato had more pesticides by weight than any other food a single grape sample had fifteen different pesticide residues on it and samples of celery cherry tomatoes imported snap peas and strawberries each had thirteen different pesticide residues on them each no i don't want to scare you away from eating more fruits and vegetables in fact quite the opposite is true i've been talking for years now i've been promoting eating more fruits and vegetables but the point is it's so nice that oj see gonna choose cleanse you're getting thirty different organic superfoods you're getting the cruciferous vegetables the berries all the superfoods and you're getting them organically the way nature intended and you're leaving behind what you don't want because it doesn't have any of the pesticides herbicides or fungicides dodge eleven we're talking today about purity's brand new organic juice cleanse the berry surprise edition this is their next generation oj c it's new and improved now it has sixty seven percent more fiber than their previous oj c plus a liver detox support blend along with a mouthwatering array.
"comanche" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"And ten to all exhibited signs of prepubertal gynaecomastia comanche is where males develop enlarge breast tissue so there's a difference between fat deposits and actual breast tissue which is why men should be screened for breast cancer we don't mammogram all men but guys you should be feeling around your breasts and peck area because men get breast cancer and they found that these kids will kind of commands the other swollen coincided with the topical application products like lavender tea tree oils but luckily the effects one way after they stopped using these essential oils other research on rats has also looked at the estrogen potential and so we wanted to see if maybe they could incite breast cancer we still have a lot of studies being done on this but you know men are very concerned about what they can do what they're quote unquote mad loose well like i said there's two types one is there's fat deposits the other is where you actually have more breast tissue and that shift of estrogen more estrogen to less testosterone feminist you and so there are things we can do from hormone standpoint and remember man boobs or lobes are the generalization of extra body up in the breast area but know that there's a difference between fat and breast tissue and for example you know we have we have pseudo guided pseudo kind of capacities the enlargement of the chest appearance but it doesn't necessarily have to be the best is you're gonna command superstition so when this happens it's usually a being dealt cards but obesity also unfortunately contributes to that so if you eat a lot you have extra weight going to deposit wherever vaca deposit plus leptin a hormone can inhibit the production of testosterone and fat increases estrogen production so being overweight could feminist you so what do we do well for some people you know we also tell them to avoid alcohol extra alcohol consumption cause extra alcohol could increase estrogen levels you may need to have to start from supplementation if your testosterone is going down you may need.
"comanche" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Begin residuals the i'm i'm waiting for some tax i guess they're not coming like your job is really all that strenuous so the the money that coca cola is giving trout unlimited goes towards what um it goes directly to the grounds uh were were spending their money uh on a contractor who is installing in comanche creek um just uh some slow uh what would i call it there there are actually stream enhancement stream function enhancement structures okay um designed to either um lift up this stream bad uh reduced channel incision or in generally reduce erosion of the banks on in the the effect is banned to raise the or or make better the uh depth to width ratio of this stream which causes the water temperature to drop which is a better for trout epson um but but for coke's purposes what what these projects really do is it causes water to kind of pool up underground in wetlands and and kind of in the flood plain so coke's kooks really interested in in replenishing water travelled is not their big concern but i'm i'm certainly helping uh to make it uh a functional part of their of their product donor more of their stream restoration product excuse me toner mitchell's our guest from drowning limited tony you and i have talked about in the past about the effects of climate change effective a drought so we went through for about eight to ten years that the fact that the streams were shallow the stream shall getting much much warmer much much faster really bad for trout reproduction yes so this out there this is an attempt to revise that also eat i think it's more of a mitigation um tactic kids were not in a reverse anything in unless we start going the other direction on atmospheric card whittier million we're not can reverse climate change sorry right so but with these by helping water again pool up underground we're keeping it in its probably um most.
"comanche" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
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"comanche" Discussed on KPCC
"Of time that deals with native americans you have incredibly careful to make sure that you're telling an authentic version of at history lotta filmmakers in the past have not and you're worked with an actor west judy who has been in a number of western so how do you make sure that you are avoiding the most negative and kind of the damaging stereotypes that the genre has embraced over the years through a great deal of conversation with native americans a great deal of research not only did i begin with with west duty and then on through adam beach has been a number of uh of native american themed film sms but i spoke with a cheyenne advisor i spoke with a comanche advisor i wanted to make certain that i got all of the language right all of a customs the moraes right a wanted to treat them with as much respect as i possibly possibly could so i i tended to wear both of belt and suspenders it many time just to make certain that i was his truthful to the era as i possibly could for instance one might see that this foam though it set 1992 we know at that point that most of the comanche were wellsettled on reservations but according to my comanche adviser who has a fullblooded comanche and a relative of the great quantum parker there were many bands of rogue comanche that were still out uh uh wreaking havoc among the landscape and and that was was was not in donald stewart's work but i but i but i really felt it important to show um different versions of native american society for instance cheyenne that west duty an an and and his family are very different than the comanche who were known to be among the fiercest of uh of native american tribes scott cooper as the writer director and producer of hostile scott great to see you thanks for coming.