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"horta" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi
"'cause that's the faded taiwan sitting as getting zapped by missiles and thousands die and that's just the first hour of that conflict. Okay horrible. we're talking about all right next email. Taiwan is in trouble. Yeah it falls. There goes the south china z. And a big part of the trade wrote many nations depend on. I'm really disappointed. Been taken seriously on a national level. That nation has resources to buy. Whatever needs mobilizing answer. You attacked is like admitting defeat. Get someone has to pick up all those dead bodies. Yeah i know. that's that's kind of rough. And i'm not gonna let Somebody's Emails this suicide because they're being rough as long as being you know profane or hating or anything like that. I mean that's their opinion as to opinion. And i'm sorry to say that's that's a rough opinion but it's hardly accurate i don't i don't know what's gonna shake them up. I mean i lose. The chain. Chinese at the door began and that point be too late but they're right next to china. It's not hard to launch a series of missiles not horta take a couple of ships over there extremely easy to send jets over their practically doing it every day. If you don't know by now that's what jets do when they went. When a test lands the measure in response how long it takes for you to launch your fight fighters against him..
"horta" Discussed on No Jumper
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"horta" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast
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Pepsi's Number Fever
"Victoria. And where nato angelo. Where a couple living in manila in the philippines. They had a pretty hot life. When i worked as a rickshaw driver and the whole family lived in a tin roof shack but they had a dream. Tim hoffa talks about this in his cautionary tales. Podcast and that dream is that they'll win a very unusual lottery. The lottery is called number fever in the lottery. Numbers are printed on the inside of bottle tops on bottles of pepsi. They sat down every night to wash numbers drawn on tv. If the number from your bottle top was drawn in one grand prize you could win a million pesos. That's equivalent to about forty thousand american dollars. That is a lot of money in the philippines in one thousand nine hundred to a life changing amount of money for victoria and anita if they were ever to win it but of course. It's just that one grand prize. What are the chances they would ever win. What was the number. The number was three four nine one evening. They are watching the television and the lottery. Juries held on the number comes up and it's three four nine. They can't believe it. Got forty thousand dollars a million pesos. They the children can go to college. Anita doesn't have to work as a rickshaw driver any more it would be like winning a million dollars in the us. Today but pepsi messed up and eight hundred thousand bottletops printed with the winning number three four nine so for victoria and horta the way i imagine. This is the run out onto the streets to celebrate and everybody else is on the streets and they're celebrating too because they all have the number three four nine on their bottle tops. So they're all going to be millionaires. Yeah well you'd think pepsi was on the hook for at least fifteen billion dollars
"horta" Discussed on 990 The Answer
"And in the fax fairy beyond. Nevertheless, there will be an orderly transition of power. After the House reconvene late Wednesday after being shut down for hours by unruly protesters. Republican Senator Ted Cruz defended his objection to the electoral college results as the right thing to do. Taxes. Senator says Congress should have been willing to investigate just what happened during the election. I would urge my colleagues don't take Perhaps the easy path. But instead act together, astonish the viewers and act in a bipartisan sense to say we will have a credible and fair tribunal. Consider the claims. Consider the facts. Consider the evidence. Small group of House lawmakers came close to physically fighting early Thursday morning as the congressional count of electoral votes stretched into the wee hours. President elect Joe Biden has selected a federal appeals court Judge Merrick Garland, as his attorney general, Garland was snubbed by Republicans in the 2016. Election for a seat on the Supreme Court. California reported that second highest number of daily coronavirus desk Wednesday with 459 lives lost. That brings the death toll to 2504. In the last week. More of these stories of town. Although I calm You live here? He lives here. Oh, make Chris God bless you. I love your show. Good morning, Kristin. Thank you so much for keeping us sane. Chris. Your show is the reason why I get up before then The announcement of the state of the boat by the president of the Senate shall be deemed of sufficient declaration of the person's elected president and vice president of the United States. This is Phil. Adelphia's morning answer with Krista Go on Philadelphia's AM 9 90 Theater. All right, Ladies. Gentlemen, it is Thursday. It's a little past six o'clock. Telephone number is 618 50 09 96 18 50 09 90. We're online at 9 90 the answer dot com Um Horta begin about yesterday. Um Have a lot of thoughts as you can imagine. I know that you do, too. I'm eager to hear what you're thinking. I heard from a number of you on social media. I spent a lot of time yesterday watching the events of the day unfold and interacting with the number of U. On social media and through email and You know, reading the typical drink from leftists who Are quick to rush to judgment and make assumptions about you and me and What inspires this or why things like this happen or how things like this happen or who's behind these things? Or what causes these things and Um, yeah, I don't generally like to lend too much credence or oxygen to any of that, because that sort of wastes our time, our valuable time toward his actual real analysis of real things, So I'm not I'm not going to spend time lending much. Oxygen to any of it. But you know, there are real things that happened yesterday and real analysis that needs to happen about what happened yesterday. I have been Eyes honest with you throughout this process as Could be And I've prayed on this a lot. I prayed on this throughout. I prayed on this before the election after the election over vacation yesterday. Morning. I continue to pray on this because I realized that this is a very thoughtful, smart, diverse audience that has a myriad of opinions about, uh How this election unfolded and Why it happened and where to go from here and how you feel about it. And then how I'm to talk to you about it. And it's It's a needle that I don't think I'm probably never gonna be able to thread for everybody. I just I know that. I'm not I'm not going to be able to satisfy everyone in this audience in the way I talk about this, and I hate that because, you know, I think I said once upon a time about getting into this business. That it It used to be that the only desire I had when I would turn on the microphone and start talking was that I would be is pleasing to as many people as possible, and these days that's getting harder and harder to do. This is beginning to become more and more of a minefield with every passing day doing what we do here talking about these issues in this environment, it's it's hard. It's ugly. It's it's the most challenging. Time a to least that I have ever It's not the most challenging time the country's ever been through. I mean, to be clear. Historically, we always think we've got it the worst. But our history is only limited to what we know and the grain of sand that is our lifetimes, but really in the kind of Totality of Global history and even our nation's history. We're really but a speck. So is this the worst that it's ever been? No. Do we feel like it might be? Yes. I mean, it's bad. I'm not Trying to, you know, paint a rosy picture about what happened yesterday. It's ugly. But, you know, I realize that Like I said, there are many, many different opinions about what happened yesterday and why it happened. You know, it's funny. I think that there are people who For instance, I was interested yesterday I It seemed that there were some Today. CHINA. I don't trump voters. Trump backers conservatives Who took the path of Instantly believing. Without question. Yesterday's events were lock, stock and barrel solely and only inspired by Speech given by Donald Trump. And Rabble that had gathered in Washington to storm the Capitol building. And I guess I'll just start by asking you that question. Let me just volley that in the air. Do you believe that President Donald Trump and a speech he delivered In front of the White House. Incited this yesterday. I'm asking. I'm not even going to tell you yesterday. No. Do you believe Donald Trump incited this violence because yes, of course..
Tyler Thrasher: Being a Black Grower
"It's really nice to have you on the show. Tyler I've been full you sometime and dipping into your cost. The events of the past few weeks have somewhat crystallized in my mind. The fact that my show needs to be as diverse as possible, and so it prompted me to reach out to you and ask you to come on the ledge. What's it like being black in the? Realm of botany slash. Horta kept coach. Coaches slash plants at this very moment. What are you seeing that pleasing you? That's displeasing you in the world of of of plump man. You know I've never really been asked that. I mean I would say my experience as a grower and with plants. Is Different here in Oklahoma than it would be for say somebody on the West Coast at. One of the biggest things that comes to mind as I grow and collect CACTI, and succulents and one of the interesting observations I've made, is that a lot of people that growing collect can by and large be very conservative and historically here in the south in the Midwest. Those are always very very touchy demographics for me to be around as a black, American am. I have encountered handfuls of racist comments and remarks. Plenty of older white growers are surprised to see a black man coming up to their greenhouse. Even been told Oh man. There's not a whole lot of black people who grow CACTI and succulents. Those kinds of like seemingly seemingly innocent hand remarks at can make one. Very nervous when you're alone in a greenhouse with somebody in your just wondering, what are they going to say next? So that's been interesting is navigating. You know driving. An hour and a half out into the country to someone's greenhouse, then really hoping you don't see confederate flag or big trump sticker, which I have, and there have been plenty of times I've been very uncomfortable for the sake of looking at really cool plants, which is a sacrifice I'm willing to make, but. Other than that. There's a lot of diversity happening right now. Plant communities popping up online here and there and so the seems to be a lot of space. Online and in these forums and online groups in the plant community for people of Color, and for Glatt, growers, and also on the other hand I've seen a lot of racist remarks from people online because they have that Internet scream and there are a handful of growers that I've had to cut out of my circle or add to like you know a list like a blacklist. Of like people do not. These people are racist. Stuff that so. It is a little bit of give and take in as a black grower had to learn how to navigate that in know who to buy my plants from and who to support and vice versa. It's been interesting here because as as a white person in the UK. Navigating response to what's happened has been interesting My take has always been that. I mean and I found myself pointing the Meghan Markle of the royal family. The update you know the the bad thing to say to say nothing and I think that's what's been getting from. A lot of people on social media who into into planning on saying Oh. I can't say anything because I don't WanNa say something wrong and I don't really have a view and are those kind of. Co out site phrases a said was some kind of magic wall, but the. As if They they just want to talk about plants. And therefore they are able to just remain silent on this issue and that kind of frustrated me, but at the same time. You Know I. I've found it difficult to negotiate so i. do sympathize with them to some extent, but at the same time it's not hard to say black lives matter. That's not hunting to say. Black lives matter. That's not a that's not a stretch like we. Surely we understand enough and can see in a homeless been
"horta" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast
"Was the Radio Convention? But I need I. If you WanNa if you want to become a bruce springsteen fan I would I would say look towards the live because he is one of the greatest live performers. I think the in history of music and he really does. Bring it to a next level with his live performances even to this day. Just plan to have three hours available. Four yeah, that's the one thing that I've always said. It was pretty cool about Bruce springsteen at a tough problem to have he show up, and he plays all kinds of weird stuff stuff you wouldn't expect in. The show goes on three hours. Wow! Takes me. Quests like little for the last like ten years. There's a there's a good like twenty minutes middle part of his show where he just takes requests from the crowd whether it be an obscure cover like. She's about a mover or like like a deep cut off of like. You know a bootleg song. He's never even released and go play that stuff you know, and it's because he's got a teleprompter in front of him. Right as one of the good things about having a teleprompter is that you're able to you know, change your set list. Fifteen songs new tonight Kinda thing. Pretty, cool I, know a bunch of my favorite bands and I wish they'd like that. All Right? We'll speak in a kiss. We've got a question from Al Horta. which non makeup kiss toured? You think had the best set list for AL, it was the hot in the shade tour with revenge to her as a close second. I'd I'd be inclined to agree with Al I think. At the time I thought, revenge was better because I was. Everybody was starved for seven. These materials and they lean heavily on seventies material in the revenge tour, but in hindsight, the hot shade settlers was almost perfect mix of seventy. And eighty stuff 'cause like even when they played national, they played under the gun, which they certainly wouldn't play from ninety two on so I would say hot in the shade that was like kind of the ultimate non makeup tour. Yeah, I totally agree with you Chris. And exactly what you said to the perfect mix of like the eighties, and the the the classic stuff is revenge. They're kind of leaning too much. On the seventy stuff raider putting it. All those idols retro. Documentaries and stuff like that race. Oh, but I saw two shows on that tour in a quick story. A First Toronto stop of a tour was a kiss white snake..
"horta" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Larry Itliong and the Great Delano Grape Strike
"When I moved to America I was a sophomore and one of the first classes I took in high school was US history. My teacher was weird. We had what he called open book tests so we didn't really have to study and he played movies during those tests. One time I think it was pirates of the Caribbean. This teaching style was so different than what I was used to back home. But that wasn't what struck me the most. It's that when we got to the part of American history set in the Philippines there was just one paragraph in our history book less than half a page dedicated to this period of American imperialism. I think that paragraph mentioned Emilio Aguinaldo who became the first president of the Philippines and the acquisition of the Philippines by the US from Spain in eighteen ninety eight. Let's it nothing in those pages talked about the bloody Philippine American war. There was no mention of the American occupation that took place for almost half a century in definitely didn't talk about Filipinos who came to America during this time not as immigrants but as nationals subjects of American empire the generation of monotones who are promised with the riches of the American dream. But who face the harsh realities of American life instead? I mean when we think about the history of the United States we say oh Boston. The Boston Tea Party. We all learn. It is White America. That's Gail Roma Santa. A writer and publisher who is the CO author of journey for Justice? A new book the chairs the story of a Filipino American labor organizer and Community Leader Left. Outta most American history textbooks the tough-talking man with a moustache glasses and sometimes cigar. Larry Leon. He was an is a Filipino. American leader who united Filipino Americans and other ethnicities Gayle Co wrote for justice with her friend. The late professor and historian Don Shula. Noma Balan- you might remember her from episodes one and two of this podcast. They both grew up in Stockton California and they didn't learn about their cities rich Filipino history until they went away to college. It's why they wrote the book. This book needs to be in schools and in libraries in the hands of our families and our caregivers so that they can say oh. I was part of American history. Obviously I didn't learn about Larry Leong in high school. I don't think I even heard about him in college. And I took Asian American studies yet. Too many Larry. It long is a Filipino. American civil rights hero a leader in that first generation of Filipinos in America and even in the diaspora he led the Delano grape strike. And people don't really know what that means and that really is a point where we had so many Filipinos and their jobs were jeopardy and they had so much to lose. Nobody had health insurance major resources. They didn't have any political clout. They were migrant farm workers on this episode chapter in American history. We should learn about in school. The story of Larry Leon and the great Delano grape strike pivotal moment in the American farm worker movement. Most people have heard that Mexican American labor leaders Cesar Chavez and Dolores. Horta were a big part of this not a lot of folks know that it was Larry it Leong and the Filipino farmworkers. Who Kick started the whole thing in the first place?
‘Ugly Betty’ Executive Producer Silvio Horta Dies at 45
"I remember watching this show Silvio Horta. He directed did Rhone worked with the production team on ugly Betty. The early two thousand show. He was found dead this morning in his Miami Florida apartment the causes unknown and he was forty five years old forty five and he had a past with he had a history with addiction drug addiction Of course I I don't WanNa say of course but you know it's a dime a dozen in the industry and so ugly buddy. He Ugly Betty Creator Creator. He's he was found dead this morning. he put America Ferrera on the map while she was in between recording and filming filming. The sisterhood of the traveling pants movies. Which is coming back? I think they've officially announced the final movie. And so he put her on the map and Michael Yeary. He put on the map. Who recently a couple years ago? Start in a one man show on Broadway and funny enough went to my school.
Ugly Betty creator Silvio Horta dies aged 45
"The creator of ugly Betty has died TV producer Silvio Horta was found shot to death yesterday in a motel room in a suspected suicide the forty five year old coot Cuban American writer was co creator of the hit ABC sitcom ugly Betty star America Ferrera says she stunned and heart broken by
Silvio Horta, ‘Ugly Betty’ Creator, Found Dead in Apparent Suicide
"Oh three a death in Miami Dade is sending shock waves in the entertainment world TV producer Silvio or tough was found shot to death in a motel room in a suspected suicide the forty five year old was co creator of the ABC sitcom ugly
Ugly Betty creator Silvio Horta dies at 45
"Death in Miami Dade sending shock waves through the entertainment world TV producer Silvio or tile was found shot to death yesterday in a motel room in a suspected suicide the forty five year old was co creator of the ABC sitcom ugly Betty he was a South Florida native and a nineteen ninety two graduate of coral gables senior
Ugly Betty Creator Silvio Horta Died by Suicide
"A death in Miami Dade a sending shockwaves through the entertainment world TV producer Sylvia or TA wish found shot to death yesterday in a motel room in a suspected suicide the forty five year old was co creator of the ABC sitcom ugly
"horta" Discussed on KOMO
"The best trip I've ever taken here. Japan. I'm in love with Japan amazing country. It's like taking all of the bad people out of America. That's so nice and they do everything for you. And somebody bought my train ticket because I was lost. I mean, the, the people are amazing. The cause are amazing. I got to drive some incredible pieces of engineering when I was out there. The crown this iconic. Toyota cau- that was in, in Japan. I gotta drive it was. And they drive on the same side of the road is the English offer. Anything more I have eight hours there this September. Yes, right. You'll changing plane going to venture out of the apple I am. I've had eight hours in Tokyo, so I'm going to use every minute. I have. All right. So that's like probably four or five hours out of the apple, exactly. It takes about an hour on a bus to get to Tokyo from the retail. Right. I know I'm going to the closer airport. Okay. Neda. Okay. Well, you'll have a good time. You probably can arrange some tour of a factory or something. But they might be everything I can't have and yeah, you're gonna have nine lunches while you're there, because you have two when Japan big here for Toyota this year and next year this year, of course, the Tokyo Motor Show, which happens every two years. They'll show the latest concept 'cause and all the new stuff is happening. And then the Olympics are coming right off to that. So that's going to be super exciting. And on the beginning of that Toyota pushing out some pretty important products and the one of the most important products that gets overlooked, too. Lotta times is the new Toyota Yaris and Tannadice joining us on the phone to talk about that ten a win was the Yaris unveiled was it, it was a New York Horta show before then. New York auto show, this past March, and it's, it's kind of a big deal because this is the probably the first Toyota that many people will own the introduction into the brand, right? Yeah. Absolutely. I mean that's what we hope for. Anyway, we hope that, that you kind of would. Start your relationship with a car like yours or a car like Kula have a great experience. And then that, would, you know, cause you to come back to the brand over and over again. And we could continue to delight you Toyotas, for every stage of your life. Now, when I think of Toyota, I think of something that I can get into, and it will stop every time I specifically bought a Toyota brand vehicle myself for this because I was tired of going out and my landrover wouldn't style chose what day of the week wanted to start when now I have a Toyota product, that's, that's kind of the first thing, the first thing is reliability, but there's so much more than that. There is safety. There is an now lots of spirited designs coming out of the, the Toyota designed studios, no longer, they more utility vehicles. Toyota's designing. Pretty great vehicles. And you sort of included all of this inside the new yards package. I think so I you know, you said it quite nicely. The, the Toyota brand stands for quality, dependability reliability. That's what we built the foundation of the brand on that and safety vehicle.
"horta" Discussed on Enough About Me with Shep Rose
"And just kind of look at the parents like I want you like atoll. Oh my. This whole second, like second half of my wedding. I really don't remember because I got show ship base. I was I was waste. I remember we drove out there handful of us, and we got lost on the way to the wedding because we're idiots and but and it was out in the country. So it was like take your second left after you go. Three point two miles on, you're like what? So I was Craig and Whitney or. Yeah. Creggan Whitney and maybe Danny, and we drive down the wrong route, what turns out to be the wrong road, and there's a child sitting Indian style in facing away from us in the middle of the dirt road. We were like, oh, I guess we're at the wedding kid must've, wandering off and so. Deliver. We like ten feet behind him. Don't tell anybody that we roll down the window like this his cameras wedding, and he turns around, and he has a he's holding a plastic bag full of rocks. And he goes. Cregagh. We had we had a fog note. Now, we put it in reverse the dust, flew up. It was so funny. It was a great wedding. Don't ask me how we got him because I don't really remember the end of the two Whitney got in trouble for being and inside the house. He was not so spike really nice Horta cod. Nice porta potty doesn't play like use it porta potty was above Whitney. A blowing pullout wedding. Correct had is real facility inside allow. I think we're in there and like told him, you're not supposed.
"horta" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"horta" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"horta" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"horta" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"Friday. And we certainly wish him the best in the best of health. He suffered a stroke unbelievably around ten or so days ago. He's okay. But doctors told him that he can't you know, he can't continue fighting if you. A blow to the head. He's going to be in a lot of trouble could even be fatal any great miracle. Grow up stories any great memories that you wanna share Hobo putting you on the spot here. I know a little bit idea to watch miracle CRO cop fighting Zagreb, which was pretty close. I was there for glory glory that was watching Euroco fighting 'Zagreb. Yeah. That was we. Yeah. That was a nice moment for me to have as a combat sports fan. Yeah. Now, obviously, I was working. So the legend like God there day recognize the events sold on the back of Mirko as you could imagine him returning to tell me that was there. This is twenty thirteen or fourteen and that was something to fight. I'm blanking on it. Now did he win? He did win. Okay. Yes. Lawrence them off properly. Yeah. You're going to say that those cars junior fight. No. That was not the one for me. Although okay now, I was there for that. So that was a personal feeling for me. The the pinnacle of MA was miracle verses miracle versus Feodor to me. That was like I I was living for that at the moment. So no doubt that that is the the most memorable miracle fight that I wasn't physically sitting in the building for Mirko versus fate or had every single thing that I wanted at that moment, and I couldn't get enough. I feel bad my my most vivid Mirko memory seventy several aga-. But also I was late to the game. I started my first fully vested UFC van. I was watching sixty nine Sarah upsetting GSP, which is just a great card top to bottom. Roger Horta looked phenomenal on the card, and I think you had just been on the Sports Illustrated cover, so I know that was the fight that got him on there. Okay. So he, but who did he Leonard Garcia, you just devastated Garcia? I was blown away at Garcia's toughness than in the main event Sarah upsetting GSP, Mike. I am in on the sport totally in. And then the next you have seventy were coke up got CRO cop. But you know, that that the surprise for that prompted me to go back and really learn about right leg hospital left leg cemetery and see all that he did in pride. So again, all of my favorable miracle memories are in going down a YouTube rabbit hole, but for his sake and everyone else, I think that's that's what we do. Now is we appreciate her. Who he was at his peak one of the most violent mixed martial. Art kick, boxers we've ever seen and intimidating and I mean, the kale's were absolutely devastating in. It's great that we have YouTube. So that people can go back and watch one of my favorite you close. I actively seek it all the time is his thing with more. Or now that I oh, yes. Yes. Yes. He pranks Moro forgot about that is incredible. There's something about miracle to simplicity Yano like no tattoos. The most generic haircut and the shorts that were instantly identifiable. There was something about him that just said this is serious in a way that I don't think happens anymore. There was just physically the way he looked that. We was bricked out like that. And the tire and the haircut everything about him. Just looking at him, you knew instantly what he was about lost Krokan and the name Gimenez the simplicity of it just worked to to a degree that I think is lost a little bit. It was like he looks like the default fighter in Abbas fighter. Video starting bulking. Put the kicks all the way up, and let's go, but you bring up a great point about UC seventy to me 'cause tour had just one and they had just brought miracle over from pride..
"horta" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Nobody jumped all over him for that, including us. I mean, I think we might have played at a time or two laughed, but if that would have been Trump they'd still be beating with it today, if it would have been Bush, they'd still be beating him with it today. But Obama got away with I don't know how many of those kinds of bloopers he was doing it all the time. Benda to fifty seven states. Two left to go. Lasca in Hawaii won't let me go there. Okay. Fifty soldiers. You got one left to go in the they're not you're not going to Alaska Hawaii. So that's sixty states. Then we have Horta Rico mentioned, I well, that's those aren't states. Don't tell the president. Now, don't tell the insulated presidency, Barack Obama, man. And then I remember all the people speculating on why he's are there. Fifty seven era states is he? Did you see that stuff? That's right forgotten all about that secret Muslim stuff starting to creep into the discussion. Okay. The only thing that would have been is Obama just likes himself. Okay. He's only gonna remember fun facts about Barack Obama. Yes. Not about anything of importance around the world, or whatever. That's right, or maybe he was just stoned at the time. And he didn't know what he was saying or no apparently a lot of these politicians today or admitting to of course, he did. He was part of the gang. Right. He loved it. Yeah. Bill Clinton was a trailblazer in that area except did not inhale. And they know they don't have to say that. Now. In fact, he's specifically say they did inhale, and I think Kameli Harris, or whatever she calls herself. She just admitted smoking pot. Did she also say that she inhaled here? Here's shit hers. Here's her admission. Also, I know it is to they say you oppose legalizing weed. That's not true. I know. And look I joke about it have job my family's from Jamaica. Are you kidding me? No, no. I do not. No, no, no. I have had concerns the full record. I have had concerns which I think must we first of all let me just make the statement very clear. I believe we need marijuana smokes. I have. Okay. And I and I inhale I didn't. A long time ago. Right now. Join joint. Hey. I do. So if it was legalized all too. Would you do it? Listen, I think that it gives a lot of people joy. And we. Right. For that matter. Listen to. Harry. To accept. They didn't exist enough her. They didn't exist at the time. She was so high was listening to music didn't even exist yet. But she knew it was coming a few years down the road. Now, not great. Great. She graduated in eighty seven or eighty eight or whatever. And I think to pockets nuke came around in the early nineties somewhere that isn't that awesome. That's awesome. So she's Aligarh. Yes. Bortis just stoned. Maybe during that interview. Yeah. She just transported soldier. She's she was so high at the time she transported into the future or she's so high now she doesn't know what she's talking about. I'm going to go with that one. Or just doesn't what he's talking about in general in general. Yeah, I think that's where I believe..
"horta" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"KOA NewsRadio time three forty eight. We are working our way through a Thursday edition of the show tomorrow. I think we're going to do do you have a dumb question Friday. Do you have any questions rob who's in for his daily beating I have nothing but dumb questions? I like your attitude pal. I like your attitude Daytona two hundred tomorrow, Laurie Leonard has joined us in the studio as well. Do you have a dumb question? We ask are dumb questions while we're sitting at our desks. Shout out dumb questions inevitably someone in our sphere has the answer. Why don't sheep shrink when it rains? That's a good point. Where does the white go when the snow melts? Exactly, stay fresh cheese bag. That's one of those jokes that I'm not even gonna explain I'm just gonna let you people wonder what just happened there. I think we shared it on our face. Yes. You you went to tell them John last night did nine rose from the stage. And you cried I cried a lot. What's twice? I'm sorry. No. Let me ask you this. Because I love Elton John, did you cry because those songs reminded you of a certain time or certain moment or certain something because I feel like he's been a part of my entire life. He has been he's been fifty some odd. Yes. Out there doing this. I cried at tiny dancer because that song as such a beautiful song. Hold me closer, Tony danza. Ho hold me closer Tony danza that workday that Mike. Let's see just came in. Okay. And so the that song just kind of makes me feel good. Yeah. And then it makes you feel all emotional. And then you think of the movie almost famous that scene when they're on the bug on the bus all starts singing it everybody on that. That's five eight one of my favorite scenes, and then your song just because it was romantic. Yeah. You do not cry. He sold seats steal any. But I was able to move closer and closer tonight went on thanks to the help of some friends. So. One person. See the song Daniel came on videotape because I both a brother-in-law to brother-in-law's. My wife has a brother and brother-in-law named Daniel her sister, married a guy named Daniel. Has a brother in NBA, and it was a six year anniversary of his heart transplant. So I sent him. But so I shot it in two parts because the imagery behind him during that song was a dead soldier. Yeah. Yes. So then I had to explain it. We're all sitting here. I don't know what it is tightened it up and was like okay tight shot for the last half of the work better. So I sent it to them separately. There you go very good concert. Tonight's his last night in Denver. Dan, I wonder if he's playing along because and now for the most exciting segment on the radio guy. Of the day. And rob in here to play out the day. What's our word of the day? Please. Dave word of the day is an adjective and it is Portugal. H O RT AT IV Horta chip does that have to do with plant plant plant like very green org makes sense there. Heard the word before something that it's an irritant. It's.
"horta" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"He claims he isn't selling exemptions. Really? He says I will give a complete visit that includes a detail exam vaccine education, and he thinks that the vaccine reactions are reported again, it's a conspiracy. I try to withhold information. I mean, this is how you get people to go along with you because you could always claim fake news. I. Are things you should not be allowed to claim by law though. And this is one of its you don't you don't get to claim that you don't believe in vaccines, you it's just out allowed and you go to jail if you don't give your kid of vaccine it's easy to take care of that. You can take your belief system and stick it. They got a guy here. Peter Horta's and he's in favor of vaccines. He's dean of the national school of Tropical Medicine at Baylor. And he goes, we need a lot more social science data about the specific characteristics of those who are against vaccinations, but they tend to be affluent educated. You don't need a social science data in an investigation. I live with these kind of people. They're just touchy feely lefty. Vegans nature people, they believe in all kinds of hocus pocus. They're the ones who go into their into their kitchen cabinet, and they got forty five different herbs and vitamins and hocus pocus lotions and T's and things I did vaccinate my kids, by the way since she threw out the vegan. But you don't want to talk about. And and I I meet these women all the time, and they're all the same person. They're like the same stereotype stamped out of a factory somewhere, and they're all airy and light headed and silly. But they married. Well, most of them coming up after five o'clock, we'll take a look at the quickly developing presidential campaign, particularly among the Democrats to challenge. Trump all coming up. John and Ken show. Very very sensitive. Forty at Debra. Mark has news Yanni.
"horta" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"He claims he isn't selling exemptions. Really? He says I will give a complete visit that includes the detail exam along with axiom education, and he thinks that the vaccine reactions are under reported again. It's a conspiracy. I tried to withhold information. I mean, this is how you get people to go along with you because you could always claim fake news there. There are things you should not be allowed to claim by law though. And this is one of them. You don't you don't get to claim that you don't believe in vaccines, you it's just not allowed and you go to jail if you don't give your kid a vaccine it's easy to take care of that you can take your belief system. And and stick it. They got a guy here. Peter Horta's and he's in favor of vaccines. He's dean of the national school of Tropical Medicine at Baylor. And he goes, we need a lot more social science data about the specific characteristics of those who are against vaccinations, but they tend to be affluent educated. You don't need a social science data in an investigation. I live with these kind of people. They're just touchy feely lefty. Vegans nature people, they believe in all kinds of hocus pocus. They're the ones who go into their into their kitchen cabinet, and they got forty five different herbs and vitamins and hocus pocus lotions and T's and things I did vaccinate my kids, by the way since she threw out the vegan. But you don't want to talk about. And and I I make these women all the time, and they're all the same person. They're like the same stereotypes stamped out of a factory somewhere, and they're all airy and light headed and silly. But they married. Well, most of them coming up after five o'clock, we'll take a look at the quickly developing presidential campaign, particularly among the Democrats to challenge. Trump all coming up. John and Ken show. Very very sensitive exporting at Debra. Mark has.
"horta" Discussed on KTRH
"Here's Julie hardy looking at sixteen the north loop. It's the westbound side as you come up to north wayside left lanes blocked. That's an accident, and that's going to cost. Just a couple minutes worth of a delay. The other heavy traffic on scene is on six ten the west loop. And that's from two ninety southbound to about would way and then through downtown on the east, Texas, Japan, I ten and you take a tour to eighty eight. I'm deleting hardy in the Gulf Coast windows dot com. Twenty four hour traffic center. Drying out and by the afternoon, you'll see a little bit of sunshine, jeopardize cool, low to mid fifties. Tomorrow, it's sunny warming up to the mid to upper fifties. Jerry Smith at the Weather Channel at eight thirty one forty seven at the KTAR, h Westside northside Lexus weather center, partial government, shutdown entering its thirteenth day. No end in sight. President Trump did meet with congressional leaders on Wednesday. No compromise on funding a border wall. And only woman on a motorized scooter struck and killed while crossing the street northwest Harris County, they say she was not in the crosswalk. The driver not under the influence cooperating with authorities a Harris County man, charged with the murder of the end the drunk driving death of his eleven year old daughter. Prosecutors say that Horta halo desma Etcheverry is blood alcohol level three times the legal limit. When he ran a red light and crashed on highway ninety on Monday. Apple lowers its holiday sales forecast by five billion dollars citing what it calls economic. Deceleration in China, and it took the market's down and apple sock. Overnight plunging, I'm Sarah, Frier and Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h I spent twenty five years at the national security agency. And I know firsthand what's needed by employers in the field of cybersecurity. Learn real world skills from cyber faculty like Dr Emma, garrison Alexander university of Maryland University College can help on your career.
Trump sets steel and aluminum tariffs; Mexico, Canada exempted
"Them market watch reporter julian berman on the accusations regarding helicopter parents on campus for report in about twenty minutes president trump is expected to formalize plans for new tariffs on steel and aluminum although both canada and mexico will be exempt he could sign a decree as early as today the plan would exempt our neighbours to the north and south at the outset and they would remain free of the new tariffs if they successfully concluded negotiations rewriting the north american free trade agreement european union trade commissioner cecilia malmstrom fm move his is taken it hat he opinion eight win put thousands of european jobs in jeopardy and it has to be met thai firm and proportionate wistful see proclamation is expected to be written in a way that would invite other countries to also seek concessions in return for exclusion meanwhile more than one hundred house republicans sent an urgent letter yesterday too the white house pressing for mr trump to change course in their letter they wrote quote tariffs are taxes that make us businesses less competitive and us consumers poorer the horta lawmakers have approved a bill that adds gun restrictions there action comes three weeks after.