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Kindergartners, special ed students return to classrooms Monday in Tacoma, south of Seattle
"Changing its plans for who returns to in person instruction next week, almost carding Johnson. Preschool, kindergarten and special education. Students will reach her and this coming Monday, But 1st and 2nd graders will not be coming back just yet. It was the teachers union that pushed back on, including those grades, saying it was just going to be too much too soon. They also want more pp for staff, plastic dividers and more disinfectants before agreeing to return. So the plan now is remaining at each stage of return for three weeks, then bringing back more grades nor Thurston schools also announced Wednesday they're ready to begin a phased in return Olympia schools as well. Parent, Melanie Gola was one of about 50 parents who showed up to protest yesterday before the announcement, urging schools to reopen frustrating. Kind of leading and watching and being patient like other districts, nor Thurston and Olympia Plan a phased in slow return. Carleen
"gola" Discussed on Make Sierra Leone Famous
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"gola" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"gola" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Health nutrition education economic improvement and safe and orderly migration in twenty fifteen world leaders came together and promised they would uphold human rights of all people and leave no one behind an efforts to end poverty hunger and reduce inequalities but how are they going to uphold human rights. And how do they know if anyone is being left behind if they do not know who they are or where they are in the first place? So what can countries do about this? Now there's a one size fits all model. Because every country context unique there are five proven interventions that can be applied to any system number one reduce the distance to remove the cost three. Simplify the process for remove discrimination five increased demand gender. Discrimination remains a hidden problem because statistically there's no difference between registration rates of boys and girls but the discrimination isn't against the child. It's against the mother and goal was one of thirty five countries that required a father's name or to be present in order for the child's first to be registered so in situations where the father is unknown unwilling or unable to claim paternity. The mothers are legally prevented from registering the birth of their own children. So to address this in Gola put a policy in place allowing mothers to register their children as a single parent and Tanzania and twenty twelve only thirteen percent of children how to birth certificate so the government came up with a new system. They put registration centers in existing infrastructure. Such as a community wards and in health facilities so. They brought the services closer to the people who needed them. They removed the FI. The simplify the process and automated it so the birth certificate could be issued on the spot to increase demand. They rolled out a public awareness campaign. Letting know letting people know that there's a new process and why it was important to register the bursts of their children in just a few years and the districts where the new system was put in place. Eighty three percent of children now have birth certificates and they're in the process of rolling this out nationwide. So what can you do see? I believe we are all united by our humanity. We are live on the same earth. We breathe the same air and while none of us chose to be born or the situation we were born into. We do get to choose how we live. Change occurs when a moment of awareness or a moment of compassion inspires a person to act and through our collective action we become the most powerful agents of change. And when the cost of inaction is innocent. Children are left unprotected. Unvaccinated unable to go to school growing up to be adults or unable to find decent work or vote trapped in a cycle of poverty exclusion and invisibility. It comes down to us to take this issue out of the darkness and into the light. Because it's not every day you get the opportunity to change the world but.
Record number of African migrants coming to Mexican border
"People fleeing economic hardship and human rights abuses, in African countries are coming to the US Mexico border in unprecedented numbers. They've been arriving from places like the Republic of Congo, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Gola Cameroonians have also been traveling through Mexico and into the US in larger numbers and seeking asylum at ports of entry officials in Texas, even main now, scrambling to absorb the sharp increase in African migrants coming into the United States of
"gola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"They know his children in their following the sangha and by his music, still people feel such an attachment to this man into his story. So think everyone feels they have a stake in the story, and they'd like to see a workout, Pamela Druckman, perish. Thanks so much. Thanks so much for talking to me, Scott. Johnny. You're listening to weekend edition from NPR news. A down the US border. Thousands in Mexico are waiting for their turn to request asylum from US officials in the Mexican city of floor is alone. Authorities say they're nearly five thousand migrants, long, wait times and fares about changing your policies of spur of migrants to choose to cross illegally last week one night over a thousand people were apprehended near El Paso, reporter, Lauren metal on bz enquiries recently report that cities become a destination for people fleeing conflicts and violence from all over the world. Most of the people hunkering down in this migrant shelter are from Honduras Guatemala, but Cubans and Venezuelans are also passing through as well as people from at least three African countries and Gola Uganda, and Cameroon everyone at this shelter is waiting for their turn to request asylum, at a US port of entry loans from Cameroon in central Africa. The good mystery believe me, an omega so of little fit this poem. Like other African migrants asked that his last name, not being used because he feared retribution against his family at home. He's waiting to have what's known as a credible. Fear interview with US authorities. It's the first step in the asylum process. Tom Ridge from Uganda says she's bracing herself for that interview is so painful, very painful. Let's why come to my story, the waiting process begins like this. When migrants seeking asylum arrive in Juarez they first give their names to Mexican authorities. They're given a number and put on a list, a list now, more than ten thousand names, long each day, US authorities tell Mexican officials how many people will be allowed off that list across the border for an initial hearing, El Paso. Masika from Uganda said before getting on that list. He into friends had tried to present themselves to US authorities as soon as they arrived, but they were sent back to go back and then wait for the time that we up to go inside some of the people in this group had flown from Nairobi Kenya to Brazil then headed north through Colombia and Central America on a journey that in some cases, took several months, it was a rough journey Masika claims. He was attacked by members of a street gang in Mexico City because of this kind of gung fins getting us because we are blocks. And then we don't today sponge kind of thing putting gone, so NAS shelter director one Fierro Garcia says the long wait time has created tension at the shelter tension, compounded. A few months ago when there was a threat to close the border completely. Splint fifty live. And he says that prompted some migrants to leave what is and cross illegally. Although Africans are now part of the migrant population here. Mexican officials say the vast majority are Cubans an analysis by the Cato Institute finds that citizens of Cuba are now among the top three nationalities making silent requests at US borders here in what is fifty two year old Louis Tamayo said he was a dissident in Cuba. He said, even if his application is rejected. He won't enter the US illegally for important, but the same tablet. Honest, people don't slip in the backyard or the window says they go legally through the front door. A few feet away, Michael from Uganda said he'd received his number on that list, two days before Tara thousand six hundred to one. Twelve thousand six hundred thirty one. That means at least a two month..
Why The Price of Coke Didn't Change For 70 years
"Was an eighteen eighty six a nickel in one thousand nine hundred still a nickel ten years later. Nineteen ten and nickel. Nineteen twenty a nickel. Nineteen thirty a nickel nineteen forty a nickel. Nineteen fifty a nickel as late as nineteen Fifty-nine. You could buy a six and a half ounce bottle of Coca Cola for one nickel and for communists. This is a total freak of nature kind of thing. Prices. You can read in any textbook are supposed to go up and down the price of gasoline goes up and down depending on how much is available. How many people want it? How hard it is to get out of the ground. The price of a television depends on how expensive the components are to make and the price of labor. The price of butter goes up and down corn cars houses, everything prices change. They adjust. It's the basic mechanism for how markets work and yet. Four seventy years. You could buy a coke for five cents. Gocha Gola is the best drink in the land men women children the country over drink more Coca Cola than any other. Wondering is the five cent Drake of the nation proof that Coca-Cola quenches your thirst refreshes your spirits? Throws your taste is nothing else. Yes. Yes. Hello and welcome to planet money. I'm David Casten Val today. The strange story of nickel coke why it happened. What it says about the textbooks and? He. The. Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from each raid with all the jargon. Investing can feel like a foreign language. Each raid makes investing simple by providing personalized support and guidance in terms you can understand they let you get started in the market with as little as five hundred dollars. And then help you learn as you go you don't need to be approach to invest at each raid. For more information, visit eatright dot com slash NPR each rate. Securities LLC member, sipc. If you listen to planet money, you probably love learning new things NPR has another podcast series. You might like it's called life kit. It's a collection of guides on how to get your life together from getting better sleep to saving more money. Just search life get to subscribe. It's not a secret that coke cost a nickel for so long. You can go to any antique store and see the old signs. If you go to the Coca Cola museum in Atlanta, the tour guide will tell you. And normally people on the tour will just not yet things used to be cheap. But one day a guy named Daniel Levy took his kids to that museum. It's called the world of Coca Cola and so his family's on this tour and the tour guide just mentions this nickel coke thing. And Levy thinks wait what the night heard that. I said can you say that again, and repeat that and I kind of grabbed my in my head, right? I should how can that be? Daniel Levy, you see is an economist and for him, this is a mystery. So he basically hijacks the tour starts asking all these questions. How could coke stay nickel for so long and the tour guides like, I don't know. I don't know. So Daniel goes back to Emory University where he works, and he finds Andrew Young Daniel did kind of walk in and say that he found this craze. Thing one day. And you know, I need a research assistant you want to help me out with this project is yes, ounds, really interesting. Let's do it the more. They think about it. A single price for seventy years, the stranger it. Seems this puzzle becomes really really amazing venue actually consider but has happened during that period, the great depression, three wars spanish-american World War One World War Two competitors, including Pepsi, hundreds of competitors prohibition. Various lawsuits and nano distinct made any difference. We're talking about basically like eighteen as six into the nineteen fifties all of all of these dramatic changes to the economy going on and and one constant through. It all was that you could get six and a half hours of Coca Cola found nor in a bottle or five cents. If you think that's just because Coca-Cola came up with incredible innovations to cut costs to keep the price down. This is not that story. It's a much stranger story that tour guide when Danny. Had been grilling him said you should go to the Coca-Cola archives. So Daniel and Andrew do and it has all this stuff posters. Calendars, novelty items. This is Phil Mooney. The Coca Cola company archivist? He says the company has saved everything metal sons magazine advertising radio and television advertising departmental records. The answer was definitely in there somewhere product files executive correspondence is the secret formula for coke in there somewhere that is one thing that is not there. So our economists start going through the archives Mooney. The archivist says he can't explain how nickel coke began. It was an attempt to attract customers late eighteen hundreds were the days of soda fountains. And there were lots of soda fountain drinks, they were primarily food flavored drinks oranges and grapes. And what was the cost of the competitors? Seven eight maybe ten cents somewhere five cents. But coke went very specifically to market itself. Self as an affordable product the first sale. We know is in Atlanta at a store on Peachtree road on may eighth. Eighteen eighty six. I'm reading from the Coca-Cola official history here, Dr John Stith Pemberton a local pharmacist produced the syrup for Coca-Cola and carried a jug down the street to Jacob's pharmacy where it was sampled pronounced excellent and placed on
State health officials confirm case of measles in northeastern Indiana
"State health officials have confirmed a case of measles in northeastern Indiana. The department of health says that the patient visits several locations last week, including Cameron memorial community urgent care, which is an in Gola. The person is no longer infected. But officials say anyone in LaGrange county should be cautious of measles symptoms for the
"gola" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"For patriots owner Robert Kraft are on the offensive over his arrest for allegedly paying for sex massage parlor, his pricey legal team filed a brief claiming cops and Jupiter. Florida us tactics normally reserved for serious crimes not prostitution. They want the court to toss all evidence effectively ending the case. It seems the cops made a fake bomb threat to get everybody out of them such parlor. So they could install cameras to spy on all the fun crafts lawyers called the warrant for that incident problematic. He's pleaded not guilty. But he did issue. An apology say is turn into the saying that they usually reserve that for more serious. Yes investigations, but it doesn't say against the law to do it it isn't. But that's going to be the question, whether it meets the ba- level of seriousness for them to have done that imagine. If that goes up on YouTube. I know. So changes are in the works at CBS this morning as we await word on just how much the network is willing to pay to keep Gayle king. We hear one of her co host is leaving CBS news says beyond a Gola dribbler will depart both the show and the network doesn't seem to be of her choice. She was only added to the mix about six months ago, Saturday Night Live Leslie Jones, does a promo for this week show in which she kidnaps this week's host kit Harrington, aka John snow on game of thrones. Shay, this isn't. Isn't he? I love. Names kits? Today, say ooh. So so Jon snow.
"gola" Discussed on KOMO
"Out of safety for our company in our patrons. We decided to cancel the matinee. That's because Seattle. Police say a former employee of the theater made a very serious threat over Facebook did indicate some mass shooting type stuff on the website data. Understandably created fear among theater staff. So this show was cancelled and that net no performance for Sarah Bennett who plays an orphan in the production. Scared. China bombs. Sarah's mom was worried and along with other parents chose to stay close and attend to play. Komo news time five oh. Eight crews continued their search over the weekend for a little boy who may have followed it into the schedule river, but they still haven't found him. The search has been focused near the family's home. In conway. The schedule county sheriff's department says two year old star Austin Rogers, white was driving a toy car in his yard on Thursday. When he vanished the found the toy car in the Skagit river, they believe he fell in and was swept away. We're learning more about the teenage girl who was shot and killed an Edmonds police consider it an accidental shooting. Komo Suzanne fon talked to the girl screaming mother. Amanda invoked can't understand how our daughter's life was cut short. So suddenly seventeen-year-old Zelko so bright. And so giving say wanted to go and be a teacher. She was a fighter. She always stood up for the little guys just wanted to make a difference. Gola a senior. Former student at Edmonds would way high school was found shot to death at the horizon park apartments Friday afternoon by a friend. So I'm at least finding comfort that they know who they're looking for never met the boy, she doesn't know anything about him just that they weren't romantically involved at all. Demand is still waiting for all the answers goal. Mom, says she would face time with their daughter every day, and she missed a call from her daughter right before she was found in Edmond. Suzanne Phan, KOMO news. Komo news time five oh nine. This could be a big week in the Seattle sports world. Seattle is expected to be awarded an NHL franchise. It would be the thirty second franchise in the National Hockey League. The board of governors for the league set to vote on an expansion tomorrow. More from komo's Patrick Quinn. The minute after this vote is made the crews and the city they'll be in hurry up mode to get construction underway at key arena with hopes of having the puck drop in twenty twenty. However, the vote could also come with a declaration that hockey won't start here till twenty twenty one regardless.
"gola" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"FM HD one. Live from a tasty cake studio. Streaming. Dot com. Radio dot com station. Halfway all day night here in Philly. Joe J, I ninety four WIP role till ten. Textures trailed the Cavs early thirty one twenty three. Yes, started the second quarter. It is the Phoenix game all over again. Sixers are going to have to at some point make run don't get the lead to cabs or so I hope down eight not a good first quarter. But that's okay. We're going to continue to talk basketball, but we're going to broaden our scope a little bit. My next guest reached out to me last week. And he gave me details on the book that he's just written and asked me if I would want to get him on as a guest I said, it's is good as the ever making. You sent me make the town. I would definitely like dab Yuan. And sure enough we got me the buck. I've been able to glance through it today at and get it till today. But I am going to read it from stem to stern. The title of the book is Mr. all around the life of Tom Gola woman LaSalle champion, vote up your warrior champion Basketball Hall of Famer and wanted to all time greats in Philadelphia basketball. And the author of the new book is a former TV report, I hadn't even know. He was going to go down the road. He worked for PA cow in Philadelphia year a couple of years back, David grit, spouse ski joins us here on ninety four WIP sports Caulton gasline, David Jordan here. How are you today? Do. Well, jody. How are you? Good. What made you want to write a book about Tom Gola? Yeah. Sure. It's probably the number one question. Everyone keeps asking me. I'm a proud. With Sal followed the basketball team. I was there by four college station TV station for the basketball team traveled with them when they went to the Sweet Sixteen and twenty thirteen and. Someone had an opportunity for me to meet, Tom. He was obviously sick from the fall. He had three was sickly at the time. The one thing led to another. And as I got, you know, graduated from school on TV. This said, you know, should read a book dot com, and I put my head down. And he decided that guy was me. So I'm happy the book down, hopefully, people can check it out. Very nice. It is available. I'd better bookstores and again showing the big five is one big happy family. It is temple university press that is released itself while it's his style. Book battle is how guy done by a LaSalle guy diets. Well, it is at temple university press. But you did a great job of researching it I'm glad to hear that it was your own dealing and getting a chance to meet Tom goal is the reason why you did it when you started to do your research. What was the one thing that you had never heard before in passing? You said. Wow. There's a chapter if I've ever seen one. Yeah. Well, two things obviously a lot of people don't know that goal dabbled heavily into politics. You'll see controller state Representative and city of Philadelphia. Ran for mayor nineteen eighty three. That's. Relieffactor. I think is really cool. And I now it's called the iron curtain in nineteen sixty four Connors the team before the dream team. So back in nineteen sixty four the United States under head coach rent. Got a whole bunch of other players including gonna go Russell. Group is Casey Jones who is Oscar Robertson. So these. Teams and. Am kind of a team for the dream team. So it was kind of a cool to dabble into. That chapter goal is nice and people know about that team in nineteen sixty four like you said because obviously according to dream team for dream team. But I think that's probably the most interesting thing about prior to my research about Gola, and you're a young man, I'm an older, man. But I'm not near old enough to have seen time gonna play at either LaSalle or would be warriors. But I do know about Philadelphia sports fans today, and your your feelings about Bill without being and the way that you not only show them. But talk about them score tons of points would Philadelphia fans how could a guy being more Philadelphia. Ben, Tom Gola. I can't believe he could be more beloved as he was in his time. But in today's road be setting with the way, I think build up your fans relate to Philadelphia. Players. He was up through and through. He might be the most popular player on the face and certainly on innovation. But maybe you wonder most popular who ever player. Yeah. For sure. And and I think the one thing that I keep telling people which. So when he got traded to or sorry, your San Francisco golden went and decided, you know, he missed home so was treated from the San Francisco warriors back in New York knick and while he was playing with New York Knicks. They're Somerton home in Philadelphia. Traveled. The turnpike. Meet meet his teammate, Dave exit seven or eight on the turnpike and drive up to practicing games. So at that shows you how much one guy. He grew up in. You know, what everything he did, you know, incarnation grammar school? Let south cartoon school LaSalle. Politics, everything. So I think that's a cool example of showing that goal of the city of Philadelphia through into a Basketball Hall of Famer Tom Gola, again perform my time I've seen video of him. I never got a chance to see him play. But I do know about the NBA in the fifties into the early sixties which was goal is era at six foot six he was actually considered a big. That's no longer the gate three NBA today. That's an unquestioned guard but back then that was a forward if not PowerPoint we're damn close to being able to play center, and Tom is still to this day, the all-time NCAA leading rebounder, which makes them a big in my mind, but he can also shoot it which means was he early incarnation of distract more. Yeah. I think so. And also, I think obviously his game. Like, so. You know, guys, Ben Simmons. Kevin Durant sized. I take off the ball and shoot. Well, do everything I think going kind of. You know, I'm not saying that because I wrote the book but set the standard of a tall guy. Bring the ball back in nineteen fifty two is kind of like, whoa. Whoa. Kind of. Oh, man that you don't see that every day back then. But yeah, I mean, I was quite Mr. all around and Gola was just that. I mean, he's he's everything twenty average close to twenty points, twenty rebounds during his four years in college and dabbled off during the NBA career. But yeah, he was just kind of the prototype and the start of that kind of, you know, taller guards Toler full word who can do everything not just going to need the best. When you got your chance to talk to him in the later stages of his life. And I know you talked to a bunch of people that knew him and were friends with him and either played with them. We'll watch them play. John Cheney's ran dump. He's Lionel Simmons played forum. Like, Lionel Simmons of the world. How does that the basketball guide? The Tom Gola was from player to coach and like as compared to the politician that he was was he the same guy doing both. I would say so. Yeah, it's funny. I think obviously people don't know he ran with a popular campaign with Arlen Specter back in nineteen seventy nine hundred seventy three for city controller Arlen Specter running for district attorney time. Yeah. I I would say so I mean, I think goal obviously didn't have too much political background behind being a state rep. And even before that, I think kind of he used his kind of notoriety and popularity in the city Philadelphia to kind of get them the votes, and then, you know, he was head his political ideas and statesman himself, and I think he kind of brought that to the table, you know, politically through his idea. So I would say, you know, here's a competitive guide. Now, just in the basketball court ball, so in in the political landscape, you know, obviously fighting, you know, like for for election, and I think yet he ended. Obviously didn't get reelected in nineteen Seventy-three because they said Watergate was the scandal obviously, targeting some of the election and a lot of people. I haven't spoken said that goal could have potentially became the mayor city Philadelphia. So I think that could have been the ultimate kind of icing on the cake if that happened obsolete didn't, but I yeah, I think definitely was just as competitive in the NBA he wanted guy. So that that happened answered my next question, the competitive nature of it and become a politician. You gotta get elected, which means you have to go yet someone else, which is a competition. But did he decide to go into politics more because of competition or feeling he owed it to the city of Philadelphia? Where did he truly believed that he was a statesman? And that he just wanted to do better by people wherever they may be a little bit of of all three of those obviously, you know, he's. Born arranged seriously has a little bit. Yes. How you know the city functions. How people work in the one of the main things when you city controller. He wanted to you know, where people's money was spent ashes control did just that. So obviously when you're Philly guy and you're running for state office. The best for your city. But yeah, I would definitely say so. You know? A pretty well. And. When people say that to nature to varying in politics and being controller speed rep. And obviously the under unsuccessful mayo no run, I when you had the chance to have these conversations with him toward the tail end of his life when we lost time a couple of years ago. Mom, did he consider himself? More a explorer a warrior. I'm sure he was a knick. Like, you said he lived here at Billy just goes up the turnpike, get a couple more years in the NBA in and add to that pension. Or a Philadelphia politician, which did Tom Gola consider himself most. Yeah, I would say without a doubt definitely the connection styling impartial to a partial to the the Christian brothers stage. Not only went to college. But LaSalle college high school is I definitely think they'll Sal is number one kind of priority for him. If you would ask him if he was alive today. Congo arena. The renews named after him unless south campus fifteen is in the rafters statue on the campus at twentieth nominee, Brian thing. Without a doubt people recognize goal. You know from the time, and obviously the front the front cover book has an awesome sort of him and his number fifteen or south jersey, which I think people recognize him the most. But I would definitely say, you know, let's people don't go obviously more than LaSalle than anything else. Because like you said, he's he's either the popular figure in college basketball, the time, I think honestly, he saved out basketball because you look at it, you know, at the time, we'd go to the NC double A in college basketball point shaving scandal in early fifties. And he kinda was like the first superstar after that to kind of save the NC double A what we had today but without down. I think like wondered one Tom goal, you automatically think of LaSalle and vice versa. Fair enough. I would tend to agree. I think you're probably a little biased. But I think you're right anyway. All right last thing. I know you've talked to and again, I just had a chance for the book. I'm gonna chance go from cover to cover..
"gola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The fundamental pillars of the Portuguese empire. What's the government's future policy for and Gola? We intend to pursue the peaceful development of the metro wealth of that great province would the government agree that a wind of change is blowing through Africa. Most certainly. They're very high wind is blowing over Africa, which is endangering the entire western world. Tell me a little bit about the atmosphere in this city during the nineteen fifties and the nineteen sixties what soft place was lender radio. Oh. There was a real atmosphere wander. There was rechristened forced labor ninety percent of the locals lived in shantytowns. They were dirty and overcrowded. Really only the Portuguese lived in proper buildings schools were segregated wanted to protest, but it was impossible to do it openly. Because the political police were scary and tough if the court, you you could be whipped and sent to jail were you ever told any stories about Angola from you know, from Angola's history will we ever give an impression of Angola was like before the Portuguese with there. Today. It was terribly painful to be an and only be taught Portuguese history at school. You know, the told us about the rivers of Portugal and the philosophy of Portugal, but nothing about ongoing, and it's very painful. I mean, it's colonialism. So in my own time, I learned about Gola I got books and listened to stories I learned about the reversal of Angola and who the kings were he feared the secret police, so this was his way of protesting and developing his golden identity. And.
"gola" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Foul on the BBC World Service. I Nikki Bedi here with sixty minutes of the best global arts and culture conversation from across the BBC, and it's rather fabulous show in prospect today in a moment new JAMES BOND style, rector Cary Fukunaga tells us about his Netflix series actor comedians, Kevin Hart, and Tiffany haddish stars a big hit new movie night school. Tell us how they use comedy. They've basically a weapons. Laughs hurt more than anything else. A good laugh. Get hurt more than a hard rock. New who Jodie Whittaker reveals how much of her wheel self she's put into the role British rather MIA talks about being made up of many parts, comedian, Chris Tucker does a Donald Trump rarely well, but seems to struggle with Obama, and we take a musical dec- to Ghana and joining me in the studio to discuss all that and talk about her work is Iran's popstar in exile Gola, and she's here with film critic Marianne Johnson. Well, we're about to hear from Kerry Fukunaga about his new Netflix series maniac. I'm interested to know what you are both watching on television at the moment. Gola? I am watching. I just finished watching a series of as chapel which was really really interesting. This is a Netflix series about the Mexican drug lords. Was very revealing. What people are interested in what? Has nowadays. Marianne whatever you well. Haven't started watching it. But I'm very excited for the return of the good place. I've seen seasons one and two and I'm dying to find out what happens next now this is a series starring Ted Danson, the host of other amazing actors and it sat in what is supposed to be heaven. It's the afterlife. Yeah. Okay. Yes. Is it heaven?.
"gola" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show
"I told everyone to leave. It's like six PM and I was like, I'm not leaving this office tonight until I figure out what went down and I had a huge wall. So big whiteboard wall, and I just had A Beautiful Mind moment and I just started writing stuff started scribbling like crazy. And I sat back and it's so cliche, right? Because the thing I discovered was the simplest of things his me off. How much you value interests Beck, shin, how much did it hurt? Somebody said to lose that? How? How is it? It hurts well, the motions from going, I'm making two hundred thousand dollars a month in my twenties to use saying, I'm one point, seven million dollars. Did you ever wake up and go. I think I made a big mistake. I nearly killed myself really? Oh yeah. I was in the hospital every few months. Just dress stress. Yuk just join me. It turned out call. I've got. I mean, literally there. Okay. You know you watch movies, right? And you have those moments where someone sitting in the corner, they've got a paper bag, scotch bottle, right in a motel in the corner is Orman outside. It's raining. It's under Eric. She had that like I was Gola India and I would disappear for a week or two weeks at a time because why am I going to be around my CFO and all the people on my team every call and getting every Email I'm getting really seventy grand. We know why graders in fifty, you know. So I- outcome to a point where I've just disappear literally just disappear and so it nearly destroyed it hurt all my relationships. Everything through I tasted failure, right? So everyone there's a period of time I'm young. I'm everyone around me is like, man, look at him. He's got everything. And then all of a sudden I don't have everything fair weather, friends that they disappeared, lose some friends. I lost a lot of friends, but I also gained a lot of friends. It'd be very. Honest with you is a lot of people who stood by me who stood up for me. You know, I have a very close friend who's like my little brother who literally brand his entire Bank account. Give me a hundred fifty grand fan so that you can tell in those times like who your real Louis. So I mean it nearly killed and distracting laugh about it now, but at that time. But yeah, introspection is huge because I actually there was a moment I had to figure out what it was. Okay, that I was in that situation for me, but what doesn't? Okay. I didn't know why, right? I needed to know what the heck happened. So what I did is the this is the last day I've literally shutting down my last office, five thousand square foot, beautiful office. I literally picked every piece of where offices had one engages Berg to in India. We'll Gaithersburg Maryland, like he's from. He's from Maryland. Yeah, somebody was asking, are you originally from India? I am originally from India. So you're go, India, you had to offices there? No. Mumbai at one. In one. My I wanted Hyderabad goal is just before. Yeah. Okay. Yeah. And. I do not. I'm actually Javi some from north part. Okay. You're, I I don't don't know. know why. I'm all I was all over the map, but. So basically, you know, I had this moment. This is like an actual thing that happens. I'm sitting sitting there. We've emptied out the whole office. Everything's out of their host, drop the keys under the door for the landlord that night. I told everyone to leave..
"gola" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Is designed for the doers the believers the overachievers drink it in and do all the things that make you extraordinary Of radio thank you so much We're on a won't twenty seven twenty seven calls last week. Twenty seven calls tonight Spree spree good stuff some games use just a fun night long as. The weather cooperates and think, we can all have a pretty good time on this so the weather, has cooperated then don't forget to join us tomorrow police still after all these years being on the air amazed. At the number of people who do. Not understand that we're on Friday and Saturday we have been since since. We started so it's. It's something we'd courage you to join us have some fun we kind of have we tried to, have a good time and so we you to join us. On Friday and said so do if. You get the chance join us both nights so. Some games involving ranked teams tonight we talked about this throughout the night Adams central Eastside thirty five nine. Those two teams are ranked in the top ten In single a. also in single a. That was the. One yeah we'd Centerville with another win look at these guys So in to a. Excuse me three a. Monrovia meeting cascade thirty eight nothing Jasper. Over. South ridge thirty five to seven Gola shutting at Leo..
"gola" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Apple blared and said my god really drawing a pause from her supporters in the chamber her hecklers were mostly from the far right alternative for germany which is largest opposition party in the german parliament in cochaired by lawmaker alexander gola mature if it'd been doing smith our patient of course we share values with our european neighbours but that doesn't replace national interest and the fact is many countries feel they should close and lock their doors and not just let anyone in that sentiment is growing across the european union or right wing populace have stoked voter fears about migration to gain a foothold in if not control of more of the blocks governments they argue the one and a half million mainly muslim migrants who have come here since two thousand fifteen threaten europe's cultural and religious identity they also wrongly claimed that the newcomers are driving up crime rates hungarian prime minister viktor orban's is one of the leaders embracing this narrative and refers to arriving migra as an invasion never mind that hungary only allows to asylum seekers infor day through its heavily fortified and guarded borders he told reporters at the summit other eu member states should follow his example finally really request eu countries disagree on who in the blocks should be responsible for the newcomers in like hungary many individual member states are vowing to seal their borders if the eu fails to take a hard line on migrants but macklin were supporters including eu council president donald tusk want some kind of e you agreement the alternative to this solution would be a chaotically advancing closer of bulbous as well as growing conflicts among your member states even so italy's new populace prime minister just set the context is reported to have hopelessly stalled the meeting is refusing to sign summit statements on any subject until the eu addresses his concerns about the thousands of migrants crossing the mediterranean and landing on italian shores the stalemate adds to michael's own political crisis for interior minister is threatening to go rogue and closed germany's borders too many asylumseekers as early as sunday if the eu doesn't agree to take a harder line and migration if that happens she will have little choice but to fire the minister which would likely lead to the breakup over governing coalition and the end of her political career psoriasis or howdy nelson npr news brussels.
"gola" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Yeah expired he was he was shot in the driveby but no god forbid a state of been shot my wife call for lot i just think protests still be going on joe i like you said i'm not i'm not aware if they've had any protest or anything in regards to that i didn't catch the one out of pennsylvania like i said i saw the one out of florida i had never heard of the guy but of course i'm not much of a rap music listener either so couple of weeks ago we were talking about now the caterpillars you don't wanna touch you know they they looked so yes soft and fuzzy some of them are really pretty looking but yeah there are some that the story at a land lakes florida they say the team that ended up hospitalized after after just literally a brush just brushing up against one of these caterpillars they say the the mother says her son experienced the worst pain he's ever felt after coming in contact with a venomous caterpillar fifteenyearold logan up per gola was doing volunteer landscaping work with his family like last saturday he was picking up tree branches his arm brushed up against the caterpillar turns out it wasn't the kind of harmless little bug that kids find on the playgrounds it was a southern flannel moth caterpillar very dangerous supposedly she said he instantly felt a sharp stinging pain is arm went numb within five minutes he was dizzy yeah lost color complaining about the worst painting ever felt his eyes weren't super focused we tried to wash it off i applied some garlic which they say can pool venom out from bug stings but now his condition kept getting worse and worse the ended up in the emergency room became extremely lethargic lost all the color that was left extremely nauseous she said at one point is speaking to wonder if he was gonna he's gonna make it or not i did a little research and they said that they don't have any reports of anyone ever dying from coming in contact with one of these caterpillars but it took hours hours and hours and ultimately recovery ship took about seven hours for he got to.
"gola" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"At 'em gola junior fifty seven it's finally here winter is coming we're going to say that all the way until football season now we've we've finally wave goodbye to the nba finals going into the weekend when we last left you we were all holding out hope potentially perhaps somehow some way the cavaliers might make a series out of the nba finals and instead of pointing to talk about with sunday night baseball last night the end of the subway series b gift bag that the yankees could potentially be leaving with major league baseball with a massive setback to one of its young stars which is going to be the unfortunate headline and probably unfortunately the biggest headline coming off of this major league baseball weekend and plenty of drama starting to build in the nfl but putting a ball on the nba finals is the right place to start here because now we get to the most pivotal portion of the nba calendar because when we look back at the nba finals the story will be well we knew this was coming as much as it felt like we got knocked off that perch along the way and that some uncertainty got introduced into the scenario ultimately the golden state warriors winning the two thousand eighteen nba championship not something that's overly surprising now still plenty to talk about because now three championships in four years for golden state legitimate dynasty status what they've been able to do unseating disrupting the prime of the career of one of the greatest players we've ever seen lebron james but now we get to introduce a little bit of i don't wanna say controversy but at the very least it's an eyebrow raising feature of this golden state run espn radio is presented by progressive home insurance protecting your small businesses a big deal cover what you've worked so hard for visit progressive commercial dot com and it's going.
"gola" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"To deliver the tweets woke up in a panic saying i got to deliver the tweets to her husband michael alleged spy's as confused as anyone can possibly be really made me questions link who what ideal unhappily based on i was like i'm really worried about these three why is it why is this stressful why is the social media cal for the but gola can wing to show causing vis much turmoil i feel i feel bad i feel like we've done something wrong well know i would think that it would be missing my alarmclock for this because you know you miss your alarm clock for this time slot that you're not getting in to work on time new like there's no running ten fifteen minutes lay a grilling have ten fifteen minutes throw this thing together margin for error for around this show is razor thin so he up this is about like sevenminute window where like he got a goal is it is so true it's it's funny for for my money when it comes to these kind of dreams to the only thing that provides me with this much stress was football and for me the version of that turned paper dream always involves trying to get to a game that i'm late forum trusted full pads i can't find my way to the stadium and i finally get there and i've got no helmet cleats on and my coaches theory is that i am just confused as to why and how it this point in my life i have forgotten all these vital elements it is truly astounding time for straight talk brought to us ray talked wireless best phones best networks no contracts those dress anymore and cleveland there mimicking alley in working through the honeymoon phase right now but that doesn't mean that we can't take a look at all of their x were the slide show at the wedding that reminds you of everything you've been through to get to the point you are at now with all of your happiness than what we're finding out is.
"gola" Discussed on WEEI
"Illegal the pick and the guy did printed touchdown sorta he yeah i think it was questionable call he now yellow touched him that was that was on the touch them yeah that was good call though they're all upset about it but i do believe you're caught but it's up but here's the thing you have to know you can't hit him right so the play where it was of gola i mean i show aired situation and rivers was all upset because his guy didn't pick within a yard of the of the golan amino of the discrepancies within a yard he supposed to pick he avoids picking a relative are working on offer 17 years the patriots make the play the charges ethic was at four iii was to like a oneyard situation two yards they need they don't get thirddown ethic yes so they have the punt they don't get it because the guy that dummy who was in the slot didn't pick they do the same not the same play but a symbol of play to the other side on that touchstone and it was called back because the dummy did pick so they they know they're supposed to pick the just dona win right these are professional wide receivers make making 5 million a year they don't know the rule everyone's going to talk with a bedroom it play obviously that's that's the big takeaway i mean which benjamin political the safety or safety ah stepping out of bounds i mean he's at the and then they show him on the bench nobody's like yelling out of talking to them it's no we say go strange stupid i mean age feels like this should be some price to pay when you screw up that badly and rivers store k rivers are eight years i mean he was he was on on target number two mitch a nice throws but he's feels like a cookie exist anymore because of richard's doesn't feel real that guy they came in other in la now whatever they stink they they the patriots move on in for all are complaining a bitching among our pace to go twelve and four they probably will be the one seed in the afc after all this the secondbest he may have see right now is houston i mean there's the guilty male says the.
"gola" Discussed on Slate's Represent
"Start of video ever not really essay but sort of like a montage i guess i remember attorney classic in this area bannered again i want to have his leg in metals gola they they had this some and i don't remember who made it but it's celebrated one hundred years of cinema and soiling went from the the the beginning of you know the silent film a d w griffith in an up to i think it was made in like the early 90s early '80s would only went so far but um i just remember like being mesmerized by that right sort of montage and like the feeling in the way that it was cut with the music in like the the clips like the sound clips of different movies has come out listen vis a now you see that nc aldrin different versions of that on on the internet yeah it's amazing yeah right i remember that too and it was you know um you think about it like i don't think uh you know in many ways if if the climate didn't exist a why would i you know make that a less i had this real ambition to get someone to represent me or to find a gallery which you know may you know i think that that doesn't really happens but to know that you could make something like that here it's for tcm and then of course have i've been able to do work for criterion and rank sign sound like that but even before then you know it was just that i could do it and put it out there um and it has encouraged a ton of people to to really work on that medium and a yeah who knows uh the the end of that you know if we're at the already at the nerve is just beginning but um.