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"eton" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

06:06 min | Last month

"eton" Discussed on Tara Brach

"So. . I'm must stay and welcomed my friends. . It said that when Adam and Eve left Eton he commented to her he said my dear, , we're living in a time of great transition. . And Have you noticed that it always feels like added in some. . Some way that the times were in are uniquely intense and fast paced and stressful. . Even knowing that. . Historians will probably look back at twenty twenty with raised eyebrows. . I just saw cartoon friend sent me of a woman. . She's telling her partner. . My desire to be well informed is currently at odds with my desired stay sane. . And I think we understand. . Given are off the charts Combo of current stressors. . It's easy to feel like we're waiting for the bad stuff to go away. . You know there's we're kind of waiting to resume real life. . But actually, , and there's there's a deep understanding in this that if for waiting if we're waiting for something different. . We won't bring a full. . Honest presence to what's actually arising right here now in our path. . And it's only by doing that that we really wake up. . And for many of us what's arising on our path? ? What's really asking for attention is anxiety. . So this evening, , I'd like to reflect together on how we can transform our relationship with anxiety. . How we can arouse a presence said. . Brings inner freedom and its outer expression what many people call love and action So as mentioned in the opening. . For the first time in this weekly online class will be including some time for questions at the end. . So I want to remind you that if you're on zoom and you have a question during the talk. . Please rided in via the chat box to everyone and submit your question just once. . Yeah. . So feel free. . Anxiety and fears been spiking over the last six months. . It was already epidemic levels anyway <hes> round the world but you know the converging streams we do. . We know the between the pandemic an unemployment. . I'm aware that justice week tens of millions of people are facing eviction. . Dude on. . The streams of our children schooling and this growing awareness <hes>. . That's so profound around the globe of race based injustice and violence. . And then the trauma just these last two weeks of wildfires of about three days ago. . One of my friends home burned down. . A hurricanes mean unless we're in denial, , it'll keep coming. . This is the crisis of our. . So I've mentioned. . On Saturdays I do this live such on this our people ask questions, , and we really we explore meditation can help with all the different challenges, , and of course you're all invited. . So feel free to sign up on my home page of my website. . What a wanted shares, , how a good number of named The way that their past trauma is now being activated by current stressors and how much is just driving them into sense of real isolation and depression and fear anxiety. . And of course, , another stream for many in the United States is a gripping fear around upcoming elections. . For many, , the sense that so much is at stake for generations to calm for those who are most vulnerable for Democracy for earth. . So as we'll explore tonight. . If we want to heal and if we want to evolve and I'm talking about individually and as a species, , it all depends on how we respond to the anxiety and fear that's arising so strongly. . Because, , here's what happens. . UNPROCESSED FEAR is rise to violence and two more separation, , and this is true and our individual alive to the glory. . We have fears that we really have not attended to with mindfulness with kindness it ends up separating us from others. . And it's true as a society and it takes the shape of war and all sorts of other forms of violence. . So if we want to. . Create a more loving peaceful world and I feel like we're here because we want to. . We need to let. . Attention to anxiety be at the center of our path. . It's not like we're waiting for things to change. . It's like this is what's arising this asking for our attention and if we don't pay attention. . Are Primitive range will rule the day. . So in him this intention to bring. . To difficulty to let the difficulty actually way GOP our compassion wake up love in action. . Is described as the body sought for aspiration. . And I. . Love it because it's such a powerful expression of really I think what we all long for one more most away that that whatever comes our way that helps us to deepen our love. .

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Transforming Your Relationship with Anxiety

Tara Brach

06:06 min | Last month

Transforming Your Relationship with Anxiety

"So. I'm must stay and welcomed my friends. It said that when Adam and Eve left Eton he commented to her he said my dear, we're living in a time of great transition. And Have you noticed that it always feels like added in some. Some way that the times were in are uniquely intense and fast paced and stressful. Even knowing that. Historians will probably look back at twenty twenty with raised eyebrows. I just saw cartoon friend sent me of a woman. She's telling her partner. My desire to be well informed is currently at odds with my desired stay sane. And I think we understand. Given are off the charts Combo of current stressors. It's easy to feel like we're waiting for the bad stuff to go away. You know there's we're kind of waiting to resume real life. But actually, and there's there's a deep understanding in this that if for waiting if we're waiting for something different. We won't bring a full. Honest presence to what's actually arising right here now in our path. And it's only by doing that that we really wake up. And for many of us what's arising on our path? What's really asking for attention is anxiety. So this evening, I'd like to reflect together on how we can transform our relationship with anxiety. How we can arouse a presence said. Brings inner freedom and its outer expression what many people call love and action So as mentioned in the opening. For the first time in this weekly online class will be including some time for questions at the end. So I want to remind you that if you're on zoom and you have a question during the talk. Please rided in via the chat box to everyone and submit your question just once. Yeah. So feel free. Anxiety and fears been spiking over the last six months. It was already epidemic levels anyway round the world but you know the converging streams we do. We know the between the pandemic an unemployment. I'm aware that justice week tens of millions of people are facing eviction. Dude on. The streams of our children schooling and this growing awareness That's so profound around the globe of race based injustice and violence. And then the trauma just these last two weeks of wildfires of about three days ago. One of my friends home burned down. A hurricanes mean unless we're in denial, it'll keep coming. This is the crisis of our. So I've mentioned. On Saturdays I do this live such on this our people ask questions, and we really we explore meditation can help with all the different challenges, and of course you're all invited. So feel free to sign up on my home page of my website. What a wanted shares, how a good number of named The way that their past trauma is now being activated by current stressors and how much is just driving them into sense of real isolation and depression and fear anxiety. And of course, another stream for many in the United States is a gripping fear around upcoming elections. For many, the sense that so much is at stake for generations to calm for those who are most vulnerable for Democracy for earth. So as we'll explore tonight. If we want to heal and if we want to evolve and I'm talking about individually and as a species, it all depends on how we respond to the anxiety and fear that's arising so strongly. Because, here's what happens. UNPROCESSED FEAR is rise to violence and two more separation, and this is true and our individual alive to the glory. We have fears that we really have not attended to with mindfulness with kindness it ends up separating us from others. And it's true as a society and it takes the shape of war and all sorts of other forms of violence. So if we want to. Create a more loving peaceful world and I feel like we're here because we want to. We need to let. Attention to anxiety be at the center of our path. It's not like we're waiting for things to change. It's like this is what's arising this asking for our attention and if we don't pay attention. Are Primitive range will rule the day. So in him this intention to bring. To difficulty to let the difficulty actually way GOP our compassion wake up love in action. Is described as the body sought for aspiration. And I. Love it because it's such a powerful expression of really I think what we all long for one more most away that that whatever comes our way that helps us to deepen our love.

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Educators Hope Face Shields Help Young Students In The Classroom

Our American Stories

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Educators Hope Face Shields Help Young Students In The Classroom

"For school teachers across the country as many schools prepare to reopen amid the covert 19 pandemic, KCNC TV's Connor McCue with more from Eton, Colorado. We just want to make sure again that there's options out there Right now. People are all parents here. Children, schoolteacher schools were being told that it's AH, basically face master. Nothing right now and eaten. Kids with a medical exemption from mass will now be offered a face shield and teachers will wear them when working with students who are hard of hearing or have speech needs. Instead of using the mask, you'll be able to put a face shield on And they'll be able to see and read lips and be able to see you enunciate, Tapia says. His nurses still say mass are the safest option. But face Shields will offer another tool. In special cases. Virginia is turning to a

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"eton" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"eton" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Of a couple of San Francisco bars, shares his frustration with trying to keep his head above water. That story in about four minutes. Right now that we're turning our attention to traffic sponsored by Marah West Credit Union. Here's George Rask. Well, continuing trouble on Interstate 5 80 heading east out of Castro Valley for the Dublin interchange at Eton Canyon Road. And earlier occurring. Gog car fire has started a brush fire or grass fire Fire department is on the scene there directing traffic around it and trying to deal with the slow going and problems there. Traffic's backed up. Beyond Crow Canyon Road for the westbound make that the eastbound ride up the Dublin grade. And we still have problems for the 6 80 ride Solano County South bound, where traffic has been backed up from the industrial park off ramp in dusty at the industrial park off ramp leading down to the roadwork at the north end of the Venetia Bridge, where the left lane was shut down this morning for emergency road repair their scheduled to be out there until three Slow heading into the MacArthur maze through Emeryville on Interstate 80 in the westbound direction, passing Powell Street and we're still slow for the ride through Tiburon, where Tiburon Boulevard has one way traffic control because of landscaping work between trestle Glenn and Rock Hill Road. Your next update at 12 18 on the traffic leader KCBS. I've seen some pretty good clearing around the Bay Area accepted the coast where you're likely to find patchy fog all day. Today Highs they're in the sixties look for mostly seventies and eighties. Elsewhere. We might see a few upper eighties and even 90 degrees in the Santa.

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"eton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"eton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"One sixty one Boris Johnson. The former mayor of London who became foreign secretary and Theresa May's conservative government in two thousand sixteen was educated at Eton and Oxford given giving the Margaret Thatcher lecture to a think tank in two thousand thirteen. He articulated the view that economic equality will never be possible. Because some people are simply too stupid to catch up with the rest of society, quote, whatever you may think of the value of IQ tests that is surely relevant to a conversation about equality that as many as sixteen percent of our species have an IQ below eighty five he said comparing society to a box of cornflakes he praised inequality for creating the conditions under which the brightest triumph, quote the harder. You shake the pack the easier it will be for some cornflakes to get to the top end. Quote, inequality, quote is essential for the spirit of envy and keeping up with the Joneses. That is like greed evaluate will spur to economic activity. Whether or not Johnson is quite as clever, a Cornflake is he presumably likes to think he certainly is not in command of the facts Nobel prize winning economist as well as the CD, and I I have shown how inequality far from spurring on economic growth leads to stagnation. An instability. Social mobility is reduced were income inequality is greatest and far from inspiring innovation. It turns out that there are actually slightly more patents granted per head of population in more equal countries. And as we've seen in the previous chapters is also the undeniable human cost of our fixation with keeping up with the Joneses. But Boris is far from alone in his misconceptions about the relationships between inequality and ability, the idea that people are naturally endowed with differences in ability intelligence or talent and that those differences than determine how far up the social ladder. They reach is a powerful popular justification for social hierarchy. The presumption is that we live in a meritocracy in which the key to status is ability. We think our society is shaped like a pyramid. The supposition is that most people are near the bottom early a little above it. Because the bulk of the population lack the special talents that we imagine people need to get to the top. Yep. The belief the differences in ability or the main influence on where people end up on the social ladder is so strong that we tend to judge everyone's personal worth ability and intelligence by their position in society. Nor is this confined simply to how we judge others. It also affects how people see themselves. Those are the top often believe they're there because they are naturally endowed with plenty of the right stuff. Just as many of those near the bottom think that their low status reflects a lack of ability that picture, however is not supported by the latest scientific evidence. I research now shows that a very major part of what happens to people, and where they end up is the result of totally unpredictable influences and occurrences amounting to pure luck. Second aside from lock the most important links that exist between ability and status operate in the opposite direction of that imagined by most people rather than different endowments of talents determining position in the hierarchy. It's much nearer. The truth to say that position in the hierarchy determines abilities interests and talents. Let's address luck. I whether or not we consider ourselves successful. Most of us can probably look back across our own life histories and recognize the roles that luck and chance have played in getting us to where we are. We are were perhaps lucky with schools or teachers with the questions on an important exam with some nameless person dealing with university applications or we got on well with an interviewer when applying for a job, perhaps a chance meeting was important or perhaps an opportunity for promotion came up unexpectedly finding a life partner is just as important for a quality of life is our career income, but we are far happier to acknowledge that chance and luck played a key role in meeting that person than we are in acknowledging Lux role in our career. No one minds mentioning the chance meeting the circumstances. The put you both ease with each other where the shared interests, the might easily have gone unrecognized, the role of chance makes people's lives highly unpredictable, although there are huge social class biases and social mobility. There are the same. There are at the same time vast numbers of people moving up or down the social ladder in ways that even the most detailed analysis of parenting and ability fair to fail to predict similarly, although there are differences perhaps. It's ten years in the average life expectancy of upper and lower social classes that explains very little of the individual differences in how long people live inevitably some rich people will die young and some people live in poverty to agree age. And as some public health Mavericks used to say, even if you exercised eight healthy and didn't smoke your most likely cause of death was still heart disease. In addition, all this there may be a large element of chance and whatever our experiences, including subjective experiences trigger the kind of EPA genetic changes affecting subsequent developed development that we discussed the last chapter just as the development of weather systems is sometimes said to be so chaotic it can be changed by the flapping of a butterfly's wings. So what amounts to chance events at the social of the cellular level are now thought to play a very substantial part in our lives so much. So the scientists have worried that have random chance and locker such important determinants of whether or not an individual becomes sick gets good exam results or has a good marriage and become. It's difficult to understand causal pathways at.

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"eton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"eton" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"One. Sixty one Morris Johnson, the former mayor of London who became foreign secretary and Theresa May's conservative government thousand sixteen was educated at Eton an Oxford given giving the Margaret Thatcher lecture to a think tank in two thousand thirteen. He articulated the view that economic equality will never be possible. Because some people are simply too stupid to catch up with the rest of society, quote, whatever you may think of the value of IQ tests that is surely relevant to a conversation about equality that as many as sixteen percent of our species have an iky below eighty five he said comparing society to a box of cornflakes he praised inequality for creating the conditions under which the brightest triumph, quote the harder. You shake the pack the easier it will be for some cornflakes to get to the top end. Quote, inequality, quote is essential for the spirit of envy and keeping up with the Joneses that is like greed, a valuable spur to economic activity, whether or not Johnson is quite as clever a Cornflake is he presumably likes to think he certainly is not in command of the facts Nobel prize winning economists as well as the CD, and I IMF IMF has shown how any 'quality far from spurring on economic growth leads to stagnation. An instability. Social mobility is reduced were income inequality is greatest in far from inspiring innovation. It turns out that there are actually slightly more patents granted per head of population in more equal countries. And as we've seen in the previous chapters is also the undeniable human cost of our fixation with keeping up with the Joneses. But Boris is far from alone in his misconceptions about the relationship between inequality and ability, the people are naturally endowed with differences in ability intelligence or talent and that those differences than determine how far up the social ladder. They reach is a powerful popular justification for social hierarchy. The presumption is that we live in a meritocracy. It was the key to status is ability. We think society is shaped like a pyramid. The supposition is that most people are near the bottom early a little above it. Because the bulk of the population lack the special talents that we imagine people need to get to the top. The belief the differences in ability or the main influence on where people end up on the social ladder is so strong that we tend to judge everyone's personal worth ability and intelligence by their position in society, nor is this confined simply to how we judge others. It also affects how people see themselves. Those are the top often believe they're there because they are naturally endowed with plenty of the right stuff. Just as many of those near the bottom think that their low status reflects a lack of ability that picture, however is not supported by the latest scientific evidence. I research now shows that a very major part of what happens to people in where they end up is the result of totally unpredictable influences and occurrences amounting to pure luck. Second aside from lock the most important links that exist between ability and status operate in the opposite direction of that imagined by most people rather than different endowments of talents determining position in the hierarchy. It's much nearer. The truth to say that position in the hierarchy determines abilities interests and talents. But let's address lock I whether or not we consider ourselves successful. Most of us can probably look back across our own life histories and recognize the roles that luck and chance have played in getting us to where we are. We are were perhaps lucky was schools or teachers with the questions on an important exam with some nameless person dealing with university applications or we got on well with an interviewer when applying for a job, perhaps a chance meeting was important or perhaps an opportunity for promotion came up unexpectedly finding a life partner is just as important for quality of life is our career income, but we are far happier to acknowledge that chance and luck played a key role in meeting that person than we are in acknowledging Lux role in our career. No one minds mentioning the chance meeting the circumstances that put you both at ease with each other or the shared interests that might easily have gone unrecognized the role of chance makes people's lives highly unpredictable, although there are huge social class biases and social mobility. There are the same. There are at the same time vast numbers of people moving up or down the social ladder in ways that even the most detailed analysis of parenting inability fair to failed to predict similarly, although there are differences of perhaps ten years in the average life expectancy of upper and lower social classes that explains very little of the individual if differences in how long people live inevitably some rich people will die young and some people live in poverty to agree age. And as some public health Mavericks used to say, even if you exercised eight healthy and didn't smoke your most likely cause of death was still heart disease. In addition to all this. There may be a large element of chance and whatever our experiences, including subjective experiences trigger the kind of EPA genetic changes affecting subsequent developed development that we discussed the last chapter just as the development of weather systems is sometimes said to be so chaotic it can be changed by the flapping of a butterfly's wings. So what amounts to chance events at the social at the cellular level are now thought. To play a very substantial part in our lives so much. So the scientists have worried that have random chance and luck or such important determinants of whether or not an individual becomes sick gets good exam results or has a good marriage becomes difficult to understand causal pathways at all.

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"eton" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"eton" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Fifty. WBZ news time to ten as we've been reporting. Michigan state university's board of trustees set to meet this morning and discussed the new interim president current president. John England is out because of comments that he's made Larry Nassar survivor. Kaley Laurent's talked with Donald J Sandra McNeill. Okay. So just your name and title for the tape. Kayla Lorenzo, and you're an MSU student, and obviously Larry Nassar survivor. Yeah. I go to college Eton College Adrian college Adrian. Gotcha. So what did you think when you saw these remarked the latest remarks from John Engler? I was extremely disappointed upset but not surprise. I don't. When something like that comes out of John anglers mouth. It's terrible to say that I'm not surprised because he constantly. Think about our feelings doesn't think about how you know? He says that we enjoy the spotlight and that they're just trying to get back to work. I'm trying to get back to my normal life. And I don't think that that's even possible in the near future. I would love to be able to be a normal college student or get my thirteen year old life back, and I can't do that. So, you know, for him to say that we enjoy the spotlight, and he wants to get back to get back to work and kind of forget about it that really doesn't sit. Well with me. I'm sure you'd give anything to be in this particular spotlight, absolutely. So. Well, I just talked to Brian Musallam. Actually, he's a trustee. And he said he doesn't like the way he interacts with people on that. He's a bully in sort of think that you were implying that you were bullied by him into reaching an agreement in his office. Right. A one hundred percent he. You know, I. You know, your parents taught, you know. Darab bullied, then you know, you you try to teach you how to handle these blue that come around. Really? I never thought that at the well, I was eighteen when I had that meeting with John and eighteen I never thought that I would have to worry about an adult being such a bully, especially under these circumstances it, and you know, that meeting was absolutely terrible. I was embarrassed. I felt like I did something wrong. And you know, and then during the Senate hearing calling yo wire twelve times in front of the world. You know, I like I said at the last board meeting, I sat there, I couldn't say anything, I couldn't defend myself. And I felt like people were going to sink was a liar because he had called me a ladder twelve time. And so I think bulliest the bus fleet describes him. And no it takes so much to come forward with something that was so personal. I mean, everyone was admiring your bravery of all the victims air. But does this make it harder to deal with people when someone says things like that acting like your dining on what happened? It's really hard because. I testified in the pretrial hearing. And I was one hundred percent sure that I wanted to be anonymous, and I did not want anybody knowing what happened to me. And I didn't want to be labeled as that girl that was sexually assaulted by a doctor. And so when I thought about it for a long time, and then the gag order was put in place. So we could have talk about it. And that's really decided that you know, what I'm going to use my voice and take my power back and share my story. So I had to wait, you know, for that gag order to be lifted, and you know, I I really went back and forth. And then I finally was like, you know, what let's do it. I can do it. I'm gonna be strong, and I wanna be a voice for those who feel that they can't. And that was a big thing and that took a lot. And so, and I know that I'm not the only person who fought that weight. That's Larry Nassar survivor kailua, Laurent swith. WWE's Sandra McNeill. WBZ news time is two.

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"eton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"eton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on WCBS goody. Thank I'm Vicky Allen. Three things down what nine fifteen one. President Trump visited Texas today taking his fight for a border wall to the actual border. He met with order patrol officers calling them heroes to President Trump's former lawyer Michael colonist to testify publicly next month before a house committee. The testimony will be the first major public hearing for Democrats who are now in control of the house do either demolition of the tappan Zee bridge will not happen Saturday as planned it's been put off because of possible high winds. No new date has been set a Bill passed by the city council could make riding the bus to school safer for hundreds of thousands of children or a mad from WCBS reporter macro Sandberg legistlation was passed Wednesday requiring every single yellow school bus to have a GPS on council member. Ben Kahlo sits on the education committee the sweeping legislation. Also says school bus drivers need to know their routes two weeks in advance of schools start. And take test drops without students. This after some kids were left stranded at bus stops. And the first day of school in September other spent hours on buses and most parents had no idea after that the schools chancellor fired the official who ran the buses with these bus routes coming out before school no trials ever put in a position where they are testing around. And with the GPS we won't ever have a parent who doesn't know where that buses and doesn't where their child is four thousand of the city's approximately ten thousand yellow buses already have it price tag for the remaining six thousand is an estimated three point seven million bucks. Kayla's is hopeful that will happen by September back Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the says it's still looking for a permanent replacement to run the buses, but that communication with parents has gotten better in New Jersey. Governor Phil Murphy says new funding is on the way for preschools. He made the announcement today at the would mirror elementary school. Colon eaten town, we're thrilled to announce that thirty three school districts in the state of New Jersey, including right here at Eton town had been approved to share more than twenty six point nine million dollars to expand. Or in some cases, even begin a high quality pre K program. This is the second round of funding. The first round was announced in September of last year. More than twenty million dollars was allocated to expand existing preschool programs for more than two thousand children and thirty one other school districts, a former city schoolteacher accused of stepping on the back of at least one black student during a lesson on slavery plans to sue the city for a billion dollars the teacher Patricia Cummings of farming Long Island says the school investigation found no proof. She did it coming says she believes she's being discriminated against because she's white. There's no comment yet from the city law department. It's nine eighteen.

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"eton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"eton" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"They are testing around. And with the GPS, we won't ever have a parent who doesn't know where that busters, and doesn't know where their child is four thousand of the city's approximately ten thousand yellow buses already have it price. Tackle the remaining six thousand is an estimated three point seven million bucks. Kayla's is hopeful that will happen by September MAC, Rosenberg WCBS NewsRadio. Eight eighty the says it is still looking for a permanent replacement to run the buses, but they say communication with parents has gotten better in New Jersey. Governor Murphy says new funding is on the way for preschools in the made the announcement today. The would mirror elementary school and Eton town. We're thrilled to announce that thirty three school districts in the state of New Jersey, including right here at Eton town had been approved to share more than twenty six point nine million dollars to expand. Or in some cases, even begin a high quality pre K program. This is the second round of funding. The first round was announced in September. More than twenty million dollars was allocated to expand expand existing preschool programs for more than two thousand children in thirty one other school districts, a former city schoolteacher accused of stepping on the back of at least one black student during the lesson on slavery plans to sue the city for a billion dollars a teacher Patricia Cummings of farming. Ville says a school investigation found no proof that she actually did it coming says she believes she's being discriminated against because she is white no comment yet from the city law department, six eighteen WCBS, traffic.

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"eton" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

06:28 min | 2 years ago

"eton" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"For seven dollars. That's at Eton ace hardware at the core of highway forty one and highway fifty three red light number one. Right here in Manchester. Welcome back to lunch and learn glad to have you along. I am Billy in for miss Tiffany get a chance again to catch up with for the last time for the season. Andrew Dickson co-owner at granddaddies farm. Good morning. Good afternoon. I forget I forget it new good morning afternoon. I did it twice the other one more time today. Just Andrew how in the world. Are you? Dan, great, Billy good, everything going well out of the farm. It is we're wanting Dallas as in. It's gonna sad. It's about over all everything we worked for all season and enjoyed about to come to the tune in for the year. Absolutely. And so we'll talk about it a little bit more in a moment, which you have one more kind of a weekend theme coming up, but for I've over the course of the season, you've had just a plethora of school districts, and church groups and folks come out in in larger groups to be a part of the festivities. What does it mean to you? Because I was thinking about this even off air getting ready for us to talk to that there. There are a lot of kids who are coming out to be a part of either a church group were school group whose families and and otherwise they may not be doing a lot of family things together may not be doing a lot of events together. They may not be doing all the things together. But through the work in your partnership with school districts in churches to get groups out there. What does it mean to you to provide a? Good safe atmosphere for kids to come play. And have a good time. Yeah. It does mean a lot. And just we've put a whole lot of work into making granny firing. What it is throughout the years. This is our thirteenth season being open, and we're just trying to build on that each year, and and we worked throughout the whole year. No, we're not open. We're still working on it to make it what it is eight year and just seeing everyone's happy faces and kids enjoying things. And then just discovering new things on the arm seeing all the different varieties of bumpkins and gorge winter squash. That look funny and crazy to them and staff, it's it really it makes it all worthwhile to and our employees as well. They they they get joy out of that too. Because I've worked really hard row along beside as getting things ready, and it means a lot to they understand people. Enjoy what they work all year for right? And so all the effort that goes into getting the farm ready, then you really see. The you reap the benefit of that in these just thousands of kids who come out over the course of of the year, either with their families or with with groups and seeing them not just have a good time because they are doing that. Not just go down at like five thousand miles an hour. Exactly right on a hayride. But there's so many opportunities for for kids to learn. And so I don't you. And I probably would agree on this. They're not making any more farmland these days. And it seems like the more and more. We kind of move along as a culture, it's a sci-fi that there are children who don't know. The milk comes from cows their children who think it comes from the store that there's. In some ways, cultural disconnects to remind people like how it is that we are sustained as a people in it's through farming that people provide things for us. Provide food for us to eat those sorts of things. So it's not just a lot of fun. And it it is fun. But there's so many opportunities for kids to learn as they come out to be on the farmers. Well, how much effort do you put into making sure kids are getting a good sense of of the agriculture industry when they're out on the farm. Yeah. The. When folks are here for the field trips educational wall. Does they did leave with us ends of an extra of knowledge about what's going on? And just in off too. All the learning. That's happening on the farm too is learning while you're playing the different things saying things work and do and just seeing the trackers and things as well. All times are learning things. And they don't even realize they're learning it. Yeah. I think there's a number of opportunities. I guess like, and I'm not in education have been educated. But I'm not in science technology, engineering and math are just a huge emphasis. And there are so many opportunities. In activities and things being done for kids. Really, even though they don't know that they're engaging in those for areas that there's a great deal of stem activity happening on the farm. Exactly. And we've had teachers to come back and say that the even later in the school year, there's different activities they were doing at the farm, and they could relate to and the kids with bring that back up and doing this. The farm, and and fact helps veterans even in the school year. So it's a great opportunity for folks other still one more weekend. It's not the season's not over yet. Still another weekend for folks get out during the week this week or this weekend the final weekend for the year, though in you have. Pretty exciting. Event coming up. It's one of my one of my favorite events of the year each year. There's a lot of I think there's some effort that has gone into creating this this experience for folks for its pumpkin demolition weekend coming up. I wanna talk about it. But I only have about a minute. Here we go to break. So I want to I'm going to push it until the next segment, but I do want to before we get to that. Would you remind folks if they do want to get out this weekend? Maybe they've been out of the farm yet. What time does the far open in the afternoon for for families to come out? And what's the the weekend schedule for this coming weekend? And this is this is your last week..

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"eton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"eton" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"For, the low partly sunny slight chance for rain or storms tomorrow and a high of eighty seven rate is player it's seventy eight degrees right now there are on the move again police have cleared. Out the new homeless camp that went up on central Parkway opposite Jack casino action taken this morning after a federal. Judge refused. To stop the crackdown that's been launched by prosecutor Joe zones been. Set up camps are not permitted between seventy five. And, seven One and the Norwood lateral and the river so the homeless. Have found a. New spot now this is just outside Eton park off Gilbert avenue stay off the sidewalk city of Cincinnati out with temporary guidelines now regarding the use, of those electric scooters. That, have popped up around town for rent rules say. The bird scooters can't be run on the sidewalk and users should be wearing helmets regulations also require user. Support the, scooters on the sidewalk when they're not in use in a manner that does not block pedestrian traffic well it means a change. In Ohio's first district one Republican strategist says the results, from the special election and the twelfth district, this week has terrified about the mid coming upcoming midterm elections reviewing polo data for that race yet. Evans Siegfried tells the hill dot com suburban white women are. Abandoning, the Republican party if the trend continues to Fox News contributor says it could turn many red districts blue come November in the first district longtime Republican incumbent Steve shabby facing a challenge from Democrats. Aftab profile as for the twelfth district race could be weeks before we know Know who the real, winner in public. In Troy bothersome has declared victory but democrat Danny O'Connor has. Not yet conceded the race as more results. Come, in from the tight special election in suburban Columbus, the two candidates were, separated by about.

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Defending champ devours record 74 hot dogs for 11th win at Fourth of July contest

Nightside with Dan Rea

03:07 min | 2 years ago

Defending champ devours record 74 hot dogs for 11th win at Fourth of July contest

"At this hour well it's a hot sticky fourth of july but that's not dampening the spirit of the people who descended on the esplanade and hatch shell including wbz's carl stevens who joins us now carl the evening is about to start at least a musical part of a girl we have a small quartet up on stage right now shortly the pops will hit the stage the red white and blue t shirts and pants the flags the smiles belong day in the hot sun it all comes down to this evening when keith lockhart will raise that baton and it'll be time for the party to start or is this man from oklahoma told me a time for the country to come together and share an experience without without bitterness or ugliness toward each other to have a birthday party together yes that's what it's all about it so we begin more than two hours of music followed by fireworks over the charles kicking off at about ten thirty tonight because that's what we do in this town and that's what we do in this country from the esplanade carl stevens wbz news radio ten thirty all right carl sounds good wbz news time eight oh one a bit earlier today people braved the extreme heat to celebrate the fourth of july by watching the turnaround of old ironsides wbz's bill marcus spoke to some of the people on hand for the event at the charlestown navy yard uss constitution providing a real treat in boston harbor for the locals and the tourists hope that the boston django shoe is from philadelphia some british ships is son andrew was going to intern on the uss new jersey deva shows like the long storied history of the us navy and it's amazing that you can go to hear tabby on the constitution beer casting young destroyer so it's astounding charlestown bill marcus wbz newsradio ten thirty the home of the statue of liberty was evacuated earlier today after a woman climbed onto the base cbs's aaron katersky reports she was part of a protest group a group called rise and resist dropped a banner that said abolish ice at the statue of liberty and that was supposed to be it then a rogue climbers scaled the statue causing all of liberty island to be a vacuum the climber was near lady liberty's rightfoot holding a shirt that said trumpcare makes us sick she was arrested that arrest followed a roughly four hour standoff with new york police well history is made once again in an annual tradition at coney island eleven time champ joey chestnut broke his own world record in the annual nathan's hot dog eating contests chestnut tells espn oh man i murdered uhhuh but i'm happy that seventy four dogs and buns in ten minutes it was initially thought chestnut at eton sixty four judges realized there was a mistake and for the fifth straight year mickey pseudo was the women's winner downing thirtyseven hotdogs wbz news time eight oh three traffic and weather together i up the subaru retailers of new england all wheel drive traffic on the threes and.

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Golden Knights fall 4-3 to Sharks in double OT – Las Vegas Review-Journal

KCBS Radio Weekend News

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Golden Knights fall 4-3 to Sharks in double OT – Las Vegas Review-Journal

"Coliseum now for the sportsline with joe salvator and he begins with baseball and a beautiful afternoon melissa here at the coliseum warm so if you are coming out plenty of sunscreen plenty of water as our red hot with the weather they've won five in a row eleven of thirteen i'll try to make it two straight over the cleveland indians this afternoon behind edwin jackson coming off his first start with the athletics i was a run over six innings a work and he has enjoyed pitching against cleveland in his career he has won his last night's straight decisions against the andy and he will throw his first pitch at one zero five the as of course had that great road trip at eton too but just the game over five hundred at home something that bob melvin hopes changes on his home stand i mean what are we were over five hundred more a couple over on the road i think when we left here we were five hundred both home in the road so i i it's coming off a good trip i think more than anything and you wanna play well at home and certainly after a trip like that you wanna you wanna try to continue all right bob melvin and the as get after it at one zero five giants will be in action tonight against the arizona diamondbacks trying to make it two straight down in the desert they are four and a half games behind zona for first in the national league west derek rodriguez against shelby miller at the world cup or why and portugal are now tied at one one portugal getting the gold even the match on goal by pepe in the fifty fifth minute portugal one one in the second half earlier france knocked out argentina today four to three to move up down to the quarterfinals san jose earthquakes will take on the galaxy and the california classic that comes up tonight at stanford stadium at seven o'clock and the sharks and logan have agreed on an eight years sixty four million dollar contract the deal will become official tomorrow when couture is eligible to sign that contract extension.

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"eton" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"eton" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"It's it's a cool it's a nice nicely composed shot where the bottom of the frame is the bar and they're standing at the top and and there's drinks sliding across the bar and you can't seed happy rewards to see who we do why you even writing out the wto's the we know what we know what that is now to tell you this not one person saying law really not one how everybody would just like this was the one we came to how how many people were in the theater was it full grow with what time of day with 320 okay by narrowly i just wish that there was a way that they could like goes does anyone want this okay go the regular print the same thing it's all digital now so it wouldn't be that hard to do nobody knows nobody i although i did a couple times just to danielle knowledge three differ reviews on my house all three if we can't wait to hear it we had a uh liked it a lot not my favorite movie loved it and was oliver the a note however was the loved it nope like to live like a lot not his favorite you loved i loved and danielle and enya although i could be i i don't degree do i there's perks that we're like it's it's a nonsense movie it's it's it's like completely made out of cotton gandhi there's nothing to it but it's yeah but it's exactly that's what you want and just one good songs and some silly nonsense and that totally works on i love etiquette where where i'm at still dealing with the and i don't i don't want to become the hey my man died comedian but what's happening that's a good hook three weeks it's only at weeks ed but on the unwelcoming distractions en any positive at eton during the.

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"eton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"eton" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The story on the air or allah reference a story during i'll throw it into a folder and then check back because the kansas city chiefs were pencilled him as the best team in the afc now yesterday after a nice win last night chief now find themselves at eton six depending on how things break with the raiders later today chief look like in very good position to be able to win that division maybe get the three seed stan the fourseed whatever it is milk unlike darn good position now you remember after a around a month of the season the new england patriots were crappy right they had a horrible defense they were awful patriots were a shadow of the team that they were years before defensively just atrocious and we wake up today in the patriots are now the 2 seed right behind the pittsburgh steelers and they're going to meet today in a game that's going to be a bloodbath and if pittsburgh wins it they're staying at home through the postseason they're going to have that homefield now in the course of the year the eagles have been front runners from beginning to end but now they ride the roller coaster of all they survived the game and pulled it out with nick falls a quarterback on the road against the highpowered rams question is now with a week of preparation with the other team being able to prepare for nick falls to the see a slip off because if they win one of their asked three games great position therein they win one of the last three they've got a bye week they went two of the last three they'll be at home throughout at the entire postseason so no ride the rollercoaster fulfilling but now the nick falls is in a quarterback there could be that big giant all right before you hit that hill and then he go over it that could be the.

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"eton" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"eton" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Mall whoa oats each of the barrels outside of course folks this working in two days did did not race sold of his right yours well let's dangerous condition keen we'll check in with this new back a couple of wwl news time five five former usa gymnastics doctor larry nassar is expected this morning i plead guilty an uneven counting courtroom and two states sexual assault cases a gag order has kept the defence and the state attorney general's office from providing details now does faced seven charges are criminal sexual assault at eton county where he worked as a at a gymnastics club and diamond dale last week he pleaded guilty to seven counts of sexual assault in ingram county is john conyers going to quit voices among democrats growing stronger four detroit congressman john conyers to step down more sad his asians members of the congressional black caucus meeting with conyers explaining why should resign from office according to one house aid even house minority leader nancy pelosi has been pressuring john conyers behind the scenes to quit conyers miss two house votes late yesterday retired police and firefighters earned their colleagues have scheduled a rally on the capitol steps today worried that republicans might cut their health care benefits w w j lansing bureau to tim scuba divers but on the story gives us an update police firefighters had retirees from those ranks will the on the capital longest day protested what they hope does not happen in the michigan house were so big public unseen are talking about eliminating the debt for retirees by eliminating some of their health care benefits the senate republican leader arlen mieko says he doesn't believe the rhetoric coming from the unions that this is what's up i really don't put any stock and have an say at this point so when the firefighters in the police show up here protesting they have nothing to gripe about hopefully there's no fires in a community me they have obligations i should fulfill those as well and would you be critical of them if they demonstrate on the capitol steps they have ever right to demonstrate but they also have responsibilities your free speech comes with responsibilities in the first responsibility is protect the public reporting from lunching chips cubic w w j newsradio nine changed the warren police department is providing active shooter training to local church officials today informational session with over one hundred local church officials.

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"eton" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"eton" Discussed on WJR 760

"In meeting at eton the need to these kids that are out there so first and foremost that probably paramount amongst our investigations in in in the elaboration did i see who i don't know if it was nationwide or here in michigan did i see that the youngest person that was rescued from this was three months old will also act here and this was the baby of a young woman that was being held well it was a relative yes they had two children in fact that they were trying to heal the hit for sexual purposes do you and law enforcement have everything the unita disposal in terms of statutes and and things like that to deliver the kind of blow against this this horrific exploitation again i mean i feel like we have a gary supportive you know they michigan attorney general the us attorney's office department of justice uh you know i think everyone of you to the hayna crying and are dedicated to which is equally as we are uh you know to bring adjusted he cady people that responsible so how do we in the general public if we've done our eyes in the years tuned what should we be looking forward to identify potential victims that may be out on the street that me that the in what should we be looking for a fee if we want to give you our assistance and say hey i think this child could be in a slavery situation share and i think it it it that too complex question with it so i think first and foremost educating you know yourself as a whole or for all of us uh realizing assigned scientist sentencing and even more so you know understanding after he's a very fluid uh you know nature iraq it hyun is the bag i figure out that everyone knows that.

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"eton" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"eton" Discussed on KOIL

"Don't announce corker and mcconnell you're on my list at eton name checked like deb fisher of nebraska worse yet i know you're gonna go after her and the broader strategy here i think we've talked about the president kicking all of these things to congress i mean it's a very well for 2020 the president's sits goes out there and says this priority this priority this priority congress you have added they do nothing who's in a good position sets him up what does it due to republicans in 2018 as he care while i'm not sure he cares i'm wondering steve bannon is trying to create enough of a new wave of republican candidates that is going to be and i don't think this is electorally going to happen but i think there's a sense that there's an even more extreme more protrump wave of republican candidates that he's trying to in 2018 well a lot of the people though that we're talking about here are not necessarily big successful case studies out there i mean look at nevada any turkey and how many times as they lost five times i think and although how many republican owners do you actually get behind this movement banned in a single i think it's something that the republicans need to be aware but we we still need to see if it's going to work if you take this bandits of seriously dan dorsey a little bit there's times it he strikes me as a lot of hat and not much i i do and i dealt i mean i i take it seriously because he has a megaphone right now and he he has a platform that he is using and you know in the same way is that trump is a disruptor from where he is steve bannon is disrupting and the more tension in the more infighting in the more you know anger there is created in the base against the republican establishment the more difficult it is to get all these other things done pause conversation here when we come back governor john casic of ohio on the changes in obamacare on on whether he and president trump can exist in the same political beacon joe sold sold one comes from michael you should have everyone knows that here's the truth in older people a all diet could actually be it could result to the lack of terrorist which leads to dehydration.

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"eton" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"eton" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"I am go against stand in here with our feet flat on the ground not getting anything done ever and we we did that throughout the obama administration where we've got to started it here i think to some extent he's kind of firing a shot over the ballot republicans and saying hey if you will it worked for me or work with me then i'll go find some people who will i'll go collude with the enemy schumer in pelosi and hanging out with the president at eton dinner really but i think that's gotta him saying hey we're going to get some stuff done the other thing that to happen night before last a in addition to the primaries were the everett brothers showing of uh may at last which i did get a chance to see and i was just blown away now i'm i'm sure my with abandoned my friendship with the band has something to do with adam and no another dad and mahmud jim and suzy in uh and sister and no doll for him sewer unknown but i i it was an hour and forty some odd minutes of just behind the scenes a group of artists who open themselves up like not many artists radio announcers a i mean they they let you you that they let yonder khanna see who they are um warts and all and i was just blown away i i called dolphin yesterday uh just to tell him i'd seen the movie in uh that and i i was so speechless i just thought it was really powerful and really fun enough you didn't get a chance to see it the other night it should be up on the hvo sometime early in 2018 and i would assume at some point it shows up on netflix or something but that may be a while but uh for those of you who got a chance to go watch may at last a portrait of the at brothers uh judd app italain a michael benfica liano who was one of the guys who does the thirty for thirty on espn just a unbelievable a portrait of the everett brothers that's exactly what it wants so of uh so there you go i good to be back in now phone lines are open seven four or five seven eleven ten and i'll tell you why are tomorrow i'm in the dog house raise the ceiling because the people who.

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"eton" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"eton" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"Or you have there's some complexity to the other side of defence you'll multi coverage you're trying to make the opponent figure out what you're doing either way they haven't had either that's been a problem in this team generally historically will play would lead because of who quarterback is mmhmm so when you play would allay defensively you gotta learn how to play would only have been able to at eton so they witnessed this in this great love affair of andrew luck and you look at the numbers in our chatted them down today and i'm going okay does he turned the ball over terms it off in his career he's got one hundred forty six touchdowns eighty seven turnovers at people will say i asked the lot let me take the store that i do know that was this guy to play for the green bay packers his name was brought far and you'll hear people always say he's not turnover yeah but here's the difference if you thought 35 touchdown passes a year and your turtle fifteen times 'cause you've past at about five hundred sixty times toro fifteen towns i really don't care just keith over 35 touchdown with that being said you're basically telling your organization that on sunday before the game starts i'm giving you to touchdowns i'm giving you to press six we warranty deported out against arts i got andrew 35 touch area i mean that that's the number so i think i don't know if we're ever going to break him whenever bougara far before his school jack gentlemen so some guys because of who they are you can say will i want to cut down on turnovers in all but if you thought 135 touchdown passes a year in utero about fifteen times and of course of the season a coach can live with it but doesn't that go back to the organisation as a whole because you have this.

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"eton" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"eton" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The freeway time finally can't stop in the fast so the car comes to a halt and what's next thing you remember well i remember that it had died and i don't know why then jim a diaphragm then identified the dead i remember the winners were down because it disseminate and knock on that passenger side and i turn and i see man standing there and he said i think he could use decent how can i come down your car seth okay and then he happened car figured i was telling drive which is why wouldn't turn then ghana's across the freeway and parked behind his own car which i i remember being a nice bmw and then he looked at me like in a caning folly fellow that and i all i remember saying is now i'm going to be okay he said okay take care of any god back in its current is it only certain men in the back in my mind because it was such a puzzle as i think it is for a lot of people why would somebody rest life down the stranger anonymously ends clearly with no hope in it for any kind of kremer path at all and and he took risks and say it just you know why would anybody to do that on the show today ideas about why we help others what motivates us to do it and wire some people just more altruistic than the rest of us like the man who helped any who started in and out of traffic on a freeway to save someone he didn't even know and by the way at eton can you tell us what.

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