18 Burst results for "I Ski Hill"

Failure Is Inevitable, And Necessary

Building Psychological Strength

04:51 min | Last week

Failure Is Inevitable, And Necessary

"When i was a kid i used to downhill ski fairly often. I loved it and one particular winter. I decided to go out to my local ski hill quite a bit in an attempt to improve to get better one day i was out there and i skied all morning and when i went in for lunch one of the ski instructors who i just knew worked at that place was in the chalet and i mentioned that for all the times. I was getting out there this winter. I didn't think that i was progressing very much. And he asked me a question that still rings in my ear to this day over twenty years later he asked. How many times did you fall today. And i replied. And i was actually pretty smug and proud of myself. I said why didn't fall today. And he replied. That is why you're not getting any better. You're only doing runs and skiing in a way. That is already comfortable to you. That's not how you grow improve. You grow and improve by trying. New runs harder runs by skiing faster or on moguls or on more narrow runs you get better by putting yourself in new situations situations where you most certainly will fall a lot. That's how you get better. You fall a lot now. Let's all take a moment of silence for that probably freshman in college and his profound wisdom. You only grow when you fall a lot now. I can't think of many other life experiences. That require more personal growth than entrepreneurship launching a new product or new service into the market. It takes grit and resilience and strength and bravery and even if there are competitors in your market who have already have some history who've done the thing that you're going to do that product or service offering and that business is still likely new to you even if you're an expert at creating your product or delivering your service. You're likely not an expert at all with the surrounding skills. You need in order to make your businesses success. Things like sales and marketing communication positioning culture creation hiring entrepreneurs in the early years play so many roles in their businesses and most of those roles are new. And here's the thing if you're an entrepreneur or your go-getter in your professional field you've likely learned time and time again throughout your life. That failure is bad. It means that you did something wrong. You miss something important. Failure is bad and therefore you are bad so you cross those two things right the inevitability of failure and the negative relationship that most of us have with it and it is a recipe for friction and pain and suffering in business. Now what this means is that we need to get better and redefine our relationship with failure. We need to get better at failing. To how the heck do we do that. There was some clues in a research. Study published in two thousand sixteen in the journal of entrepreneurship theory and practice and these researchers looked at the factors that facilitate business success after a failure. How cool is that right. This is research that people are doing and they identified two factors. So i want to go through them. I they identified that people who have something called an intuitive cognitive style are better to go are better able to grow after failure. People with an intuitive cognitive style are people who are able to process murky ambiguous and complex information into insight and knowledge and direction that can inform future opportunities and future growth. So basically what that boils down to is. We're more likely to learn and grow after the inevitable failure that we're going to experience as entrepreneurs if we intentionally work to process the situation and dry out insight from it now. Let's take a minute to just review what we typically do when we fail. We avoid thinking about it. We wanted to just move on. And we don't wanna have to relive the experience of the failure that we just had researched found that it's actually the opposite thing that helps us grow from failure. If we can process through the information about the failure and draw out insight and knowledge we can move in a better direction in the future and seek out more opportunities for us to succeed. That's awesome.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"Forcing Hickey back of the net now fitz Gerald takes the pass. they had that split. back to fitz Gerald in the past was a little bit away from old so first Gerald under pressure not to the ice by coal sure would who comes up with the puck sure we'll play it back to the point. Warren skied peak on the back end for Columbus. and the Sabres had to do a lot of work in the world and here they do get it to center in peak order warrants ski hill fire right back in Hammond. I did not get down high off the glass but it settles in the corner. where at the halfway mark of the third period Sabres down a goal after winning in overtime last night in Pittsburgh on Jack Eichel's. game winner. Emil beds from. slide today hand this is sunny Milano. body down off the parking it's played down below the goal line. the car able to put out to center blue jackets on it though they're gonna bring it right back. Glendenning tried to dump it in it took a deflection. then Columbus just to nations as they get after it on the forecheck here tonight. really having the Sabres in they do it again now a centering pass it Friday in Hammond makes the save as well I know how to look from the left circle nine nineteen to go in the third Columbus to buffalo one this is the Sabres hockey network..

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"i ski hill" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:36 min | 2 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on WJR 760

"We've got guests galore in the studio. Now, I want to introduce them to you because northern Michigan has found itself getting padded on the back and the voice did to the rafters in celebration. As one of the nation's ultimate cross country skiing locations any cross country. Skier knows that about northern. Michigan. Brad laser off his here. The maintenance supervisor of Huron meadows metro park could see a, sir. Good to see you. We've also. Oh, got the owner of cross country ski headquarters second-place finisher in country. Cross ski locations destinations in North America. Lost out to devil's thumb ranch in Colorado. Dr got it and the the owner of cross country ski headquarters. Mariah fry coli. Right is here. Yes. Thanks for having. I'm graduations to you. Thank you. I don't think they expected you to sit down. But that's okay. Take a seat take control. Okay. Because your dad Bob fries here as well. That's right. So he's accustomed to you calling the shots at home. He's learned by now. Well, good to Steve, congratulations. I mean, that's that's quite the honor. You know, second best in America. Thank you. Yeah. We're really excited. Of course. We're very competitive and would really like a shot at that first place spot next year, but we are really happy. Double psalm is obviously a really renowned place. So it definitely puts Michigan and really the midwest on the map for cross country skiing. We gotta get you a different name the catch your name. Cross country ski headquartered what do you think should be free? I like second knuckle middle finger. That's what they call Gaylord. Right. I'll check and see if that domain names available ours at first knuckle, second knuckle, second knuckle, that'll figure okay, I like that. Second knuckle middle finger cross country ski look a new name for it. Well, congratulations at any rate. I mentioned Bob friars here, we're also joined Chris hails vice president sales and marketing Chetty creek good to see you, sir. Good morning to you. Why are you all bundled up? You look like it's cold outside. We're ready. I guess whenever it come. How much snow? You got. We've got nearly one hundred percent of the ski hills open, and we've got a little bit of Trump's really does it take longer for it to fill in in the Nordic krill's among the trees, we we rely on mother nature for for that. Yeah. Exactly. You can't make snow for that. Well, we could we do make one we do makes. No that that circumnavigates the ski hill. So we do have Nordic trail available. Is that right? I made snow. Wow. Now, how big is country cross country skiing becoming your business? It's certainly sizable part of the business and the way that really breaks down as when most families ski and skiing. Truly is a family sport, typically one or more people want to always do the downhill. The Nordic trails provide a great option and umbrellas rough. As maintenance supervisory meadows metro Burke, you're just getting ready for the snow and are there trails at all the metro parks. There are yes. But the the catch with us is we have trails that are open all winter long because we make snow really meadows. Yes. So right now, we are open. We have snow. We have about one point two kilometer track. That is open and people are loving it. Because you can't go anywhere else right now down in southeast Michigan. Now, that's true. That's true. So have you seen the growth in cross country skiing as well? Absolutely. Absolutely. I've only been with the metro parks for a couple of years. So most of this is new to me. But it's definitely there is a desire for people to cross country ski Mariah. That's I mean, you brought your cross country skis with you today. Just in case, we got snow. We always have to be right. Yeah. We've loved seeing the growth in the sport as well. And it's across the board are junior Nordic program is bigger than it's ever been this year, knowing what is that we have a local program for basically high school level skiers to cross country ski we do a seasonal equipment rental with them. So it's not too expensive for them to get into it. Which is really appreciate volunteer coaching staff and there's a race circuit. He the whole winter they can compete with other high schoolers and just have a great time on snow the positives across country skiing, and I've done it before believe it or not Chris. This is true this effect. I am. Okay. Number one less chance of head injuries. Then you have downhill number two less chance of other injuries because you're not going as fast as a cross country. It's a lot more exercise than downhill skiing. Downhill skiing is taxing on the body. I mean, it takes agility in, you know, a lot of skills but cross country skiing now, that's a workup. It's definitely an active sport. But what's great? As it gets. You really breathing the fresh air. It gets you moving your body. Everyone feels really good after they cross country ski, and you don't have to wait in any chairlift lines. You don't have to kind of watch out for getting hit by snowboarders. It's a it's a really, you know, it's sort of a mind body experience.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Was that mean well you know we had a great natural site as stated before on the show the property used to be a ski hill actually to ski hills there's a lot a lot of elevation change live of water that was already there and it was just a a great natural site you know it's it's and that's that's where it came from and it it really is that that valley the that comes out of lake como just yesterday i was sitting on watching it rain on the back porch and you know the valley is just trees on both sides all the way up and it's just a very pretty when it comes to golf course design for the gophers is very well laid out i was always very very impressive but but but you still have to have a really good piece of ground as the foundation unless you're moving just gazillions of cubic yards of dirt all over the place it really does help to have that natural beauty to be there it does and it gets very expensive to move dirt and ski hills so you have to work in order to make a golf course portable to play you have to use the natural train and i think we did real good job of weaving in and out of the valleys and in the hills and utilizing those two to make interesting golf holes and it it went up went very well now it's beautiful it's really a very really pretty facility and especially and it's gorgeous now whereas all lush and green but in the fall of really gets it really is attractive yeah and it right now it's in great shape we've just had great weather to grow grass a little little too good as a matter of fact but it's it's in the best shape i've seen it long longtime to golf courses in the facility komo crossings is the championship level golf course and barn hollow is the the course that's in the top ten of par three golf courses in america just what was the inspiration between championship level golf course and it's like great parthree coffers by the way we'll we'll talk more about both courses in detail in in the next day but but if you're thinking that barred halls pitch and putt casting these legit parthree wholesome very tough yeah it's it's it's a great golf course matter of fact it was voted by dolph advisor last year the second best shortcourse erica which that's all predicated on on customer reviews really we're yeah i think it says top ten on the scorecard you metro princeton news that number two and coma crossing was number one in wisconsin so we've got number number one and number two was it a just the availability of the land where you decide to do this or is it i know that a lot of families that are coming to the area does it for the entire lake geneva experience like the play the par three course right well the way that all came about was we originally wanted to build thirty six regulation holes we had three hundred and fifteen acres plenty of acreage to do then we thought we could and then you have the ski hill and you have the wetlands and you know then you have to put a building somewhere and so at the end of the day we didn't have enough acreage and so we tossed around the idea of building another nine holes and i didn't really want to have a twenty seven hole facility so we threw around the idea of doing an eighteen hole par three and i'm i'm so happy that we did it in its they're becoming more and more popular now you know some of these like sutton bay and and sandhills and you know now they're doing par threes but i guess we are a little bit ahead of our time it took many years to market it but now it's it's an extremely busy off course i it's it's kind of a bit of a.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on KOMO

"And see it it is one of the most amazing 'cause ever i went on the launch of that ferrari f f let's now called the gt four and i drove it down ski hill in brian echo which is about twelve miles from the austrian border and i did i drove it on a scale they helicoptered the car onto the top of a ski hill and i drive it down i love those calls but i love maserati even more because i can actually afford one well i i can't actually afford on but the likelihood of me four hoarding a maserati is a lot higher than it is me buying a ferrari and let's face it many kids have lamborghinis of harare is on the wall of their bedroom boys and girls always want to own them when they become adults and very few of us get the chance so my johnson running a maserati who share an awful lot with ferrari by the way is a lot higher maserati ferrari share engines or what tends to happen is that the b twelve and the ferrari get four cylinders often they get put into maserati and then then the next part of that company taking a step two more affordability is alpha may and that that's really what the next hour of the show is dedicated to it's the italian brands maserati and ferrari maserati and alfa romeo ferrari alfa romeo so we're going to start off talking to ben lyon about the stelvio this is the brand new vehicle that they have put together over at alfa romeo this is an interesting vehicle because suv's aware american sales others companies that untraded on sedans are having a really hard time right now sedans used to be the backbone of the car industry they no longer are what's happening with sedans is americans want more utility they want more usability out of their vehicle they want to throw more gear in the back and that means everyone's going to ask you vis with gas prices so low it makes an awful lot of sense in fact jd power and associates saying that sixty percent of sales of vehicle in this month will be light trucks and and when.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"To fatherhood is the donation of a teaspoon of sperm the other end of the scale you've got baby wearing carpool driving softball throwing doting dads and we have everything in between generally the more money a man makes the more you will start to find traditional gender roles enter the house because it doesn't make sense for both people to be working if there's enough money to go around so somebody takes care of the kids and in donald trump's case indeed when i did a day in the life of donald trump back when i was on xtra you know he said i don't change diapers and all three of his wise is to xyz his current wife say no he doesn't actually hold babies or do anything to do with no no so he hears the father of five kids donald junior for from wife of ivana donald junior is forty ivanka trump is thirty six and eric is thirty four then remember he had that affair with marla apples the big thing that happened in aspen in the early ninety s where ivana trump accosted her on a ski hill and there was this big drama and so he divorced her married marla maples she gave birth to tiffany tiffany i thought her name was sterling it's tiffany she's out here in california trying to stay out of it or tiffany seems to be the black sheep child she's twenty four then later incomes melania trump who ends up marrying him and giving birth to baron whose twelve what i do like about milania is i believe baron is getting the best parenting out of all the kids for two reasons one is her grandparents his grandparents her parents moved over and lived in trump tower to help her raise him so he's got lots of secure attachment figures around him secondly when he was sworn in last year ago january she spent an extra semester in new york with their child not to disrupt his education to stay with him and not bring him to the white house right away and that shows me that she really cares about her child now he's living in the white house he's going to i believe saint andrews and a small school private school of course i'm sure lots of extra security around there now but the classes are only eleven or twelve student so i think of all the kids.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If you've ever eaten add kfc there is a high probability that you of ordered something involving chicken may be a was popcorn chicken perhaps some chickens strips perhaps you went old school and get fried chicken no matter what form though chicken is kinda kentucky fried chicken's thing but in the uk hundreds of kfc locations have been forced to close their doors because they have run out of that thing in a statement kfc said quote we've brought a new delivery partner on board but they've had a couple of teething problems getting fresh chicken out to nine hundred restaurants across the country is pretty complex unquote according to the guardian be problems reached a peak on sunday night that is when six hundred and forty six of those nine hundred locations had to close some of those stores have opened again but in the independent today a spokesperson for the company said the disruptions at some locations will continue over the remainder of the week and so people have as we do take into social media to reacts including one youtube user known as the big back here's some of what the big back livestreamed outside a kfc after finding several locations closed weis happen asia boy big pot so we all live and die indirect at k f say a day is saying is closed so low be known that cave c is not open today we ended the all of obamacare kfc i cannot believe kfc verse so we're going to hearts ahead donoso did we actually pissed off this is what big pack mr now on he's missing out on them civil bites bone west breeze oh my god look it up.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"A three hundred your water supply was gone in 35 years there's uranium contamination in the water systems if navajo people that there's arsenic contamination in our water you know rear crying out for many issues and this is just one of many so i think it's important that people have a much broader context of what's taking place do you think you could possibly ever persuades insidious flagstaff to shut down that operation the lawsuit is not against the uh snowball the lawsuit it's actually a gets uh city because uh for maintaining a public nuisance by selling reclaimed water tooth a snowball but the recently the city of flagstaff has made a resolution to oppose uranium mining in the grand canyon area the only operating mining the state of arizona currently threatens the water supply of the have a suit by people who live in the kenyan uh there's been recent proposal to hold radioactive waste from that had a suit by through the city of flagstaff and then through all the impoverished communities of the navajo and then up to the plate me some milk which is the only existing meal in the united states and that's also threatening the uh water systems of the mountain you people the city council recently took a trip down into have a suit by and adopted a resolution to oppose uranium mining and my hope is that this conscious awareness that is taking place among the council will also prompt through the lawsuit a bitter reaction to what's taken place already we we'll be watching this akashi thank you thank you can add capote is a member of the whole be tribal nation we reached him in flagstaff arizona.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"In its sacredness where we see moisture for an unusual amount of the cat calendar years such as the tcs here uh in this desert landscape it indicates a place of very strong spiritual virtue the snow is is not as as much as that used to be because of climate change and so the plan is for the ski slopes is to make makes no manufacturer it from waste water and then sprayed on the san francisco mountains what does that mean to you well first of all you know the first ski resort has all goalie in in and out of openness because we live in a desert landscape and the slowest unpredictable but the use of reclaimed water on the mountain aid just to kind of play with the cycles of moisture is innocent in my belief shaking your v at guys but there to go a step further and district creek the mountain with water bits reclaim sued water um a comparison has been made to the use of reclaim water or sort of water to that type of child nobody would ever think about that maybe that for little more similar to the way we feel about the ustr reclaimed water onto known to they say that the water is the same kind of water that that has been uh uh cleaned enough to put on crops for farmers fields set it is it's fine for irrigation for watering grass or whatever why isn't it good enough to put as snow on that mountain well if you go visit beer told us logo the you will find their cited that fits you know don't ingest is slow and there are um a viable reasons for that the united nations among others put out uh research about the effects of species sensitive species that are exposed to uh reclaimed water there's certain um uh there's certain pharmaceuticals that are very difficult to take out of reclaim water's there has therefore a fixed the endocrine or reproductive systems.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Bravo are sound of the day yours table tennis champions aerial sing and michael landers accompanied by the new york philharmonic with a performance of a key hose ricochet the ping pong couldn't yet dope don't a us appeals court as told the hobie tribal nation that it can proceed with its bid to block a local ski hill from making artificial snow the arizona snowball resort has been using reclaimed waste water from nearby flagstaff to spray the san francisco and mountains with artificial snow the resort says that without the fakes now the conditions of the arizona desert would shut them down but both botha mountains and the snow itself are important in the hope he's system of beliefs ed capote is a hope be active artist and activist we reached him in flagstaff this is a capote why is snow so important to you in our culture uh we have a a fleeing ought to what i see which into water is life or we have a proverb that since with one rain dropped the entire universe it's renewed we're a desert culture so our ancestors have lived on this land for centuries you know uh learning to live within the cycle of the sun into mute moon and the water cycles in a desert landscape we're also farming people we don't have irrigation systems so we're dry farmers dependent upon the answers for our prayers for rain and moisture so therefore water is essential to our lives and let's do the these mountain censuses come out and z snowcapped peaks split did he represents uh you and your people so the name of the mountain in hope youth no but we will be which this literally would translate snowcapped peaks but in our paradigm of water.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"The survivors look keep uniting together and if there are more shooting we will unite together until eventually something is changed the mina i know you guys have fewer miles to go so let to carry on with your journey on the bus and i appreciate speaking with you thank you thank you summer byebye by laurent asabara is a student and marjorie stillman douglas high school in parkland florida we reached her on a bus on our way to tallahassee to meet with steve politicians two us table tennis champions will be taking centre stage at the new york philharmonic tonight they are performing in the north american premiere of ricochet a ping pong concerto the athletes will be separated from the musicians by a high net it is meant to protect the touba and one would presume other instruments from swallowing up flying balls and the balls will be flying the score calls for dozens of them to be fired back and forth across a regulation table tennis table the paddles however that the players will be using won't all be regi issue they will also switched who smashing down balls with wine glasses and beating bat angles with drums now if you are finding this a bit hard to imagine we have a recording made by the new york times this is the new york philharmonic and us table tennis champs aerial sing and michael landers indeed the new.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"I don't want to discourage you i know that what you're doing is very important but even as you have been on this bus india legislature in the florida house legislature has just voted to defeat a motion to consider a ban on assault weapons they voted against it seventy one to thirty six that's happened today while you've been on this bus travelling to tallahassee where they seem to be already disposed to say no they they they will not consider a ban on assault rifles or largecapacity magazines it would be completely honest you know we're expecting a lot of backlash for expecting a lot of opposition but e even though they might say no to us we're not gonna stop because once you've been in the massacre you know it's extremely hard to move on and we understand that there is in the constitution is an amendment that allows us to have you know god but we're not asking for a radical change were asked for us to feel secure at school where we shouldn't be your free to go to school we shouldn't be afraid to get an education so we simply ask uh to get a gun to get a hold of a guy is much more difficult than it is even if they keep saying no there's gonna be more school shootings and they're gonna be wild position and eventually i believe that we'll be changed i don't know who you are going to meet when you're at the legislature but there was one.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Bone if you have caught any olympic curling this week you will have seen displays of athleticism strategy high emotion what you will not have seen are any of the competitors puffing on a smoke or nailing a beer between ends but if you watched international level curling in the 1970s the sports looked so very different yesterday we share to photograph on twitter of an infamous match up between the canadian national team and the us in the nineteen 72 silver broom and in that photograph you can see canadian skip or smell this chuck expertly throwing a rock in competition and if you will closely you can see canadian skip or as smells chuck expertly balancing a cigarettes between his lips as he slides down the ice we reached or ars chuck in selkirk manitoba orest are we seeing this right in this video are you actually smoking a cigarette while you're curling oh twitter common lynn lotta careless smoked high street is on the boards back to the ns uh astra's all over the place you have a that's at the ns that's when you're not on the ice now he actually when you actually heaving the rock your gig you're going to be puffing on a cigarette in in the '70s well you know who took to the nursery of thriller burnout allsquare frugal at lowes days if i didn't wanna waster some small twin there were throwing some more didn't too little else so where it was are you still a smoker nor i quit after the ear because those watching a few films some uh uh social discussing that have been a quick see you sat in this disgusting i knew cyrus shows little been members actually to and discussed the voted lease had so many people since the posted the texture of use telling the rock in that in attack contest we've had so many.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Leslie has become a bear right in one way it allow so i've got a future august trucks and put him on twitter and i am shock not an explosion in the way that it did so it it had quit a new path they think but you were not the one you didn't call the police yourself it was the police who called you right well i put it on twitter and the police responded on in the saying being a lunar and other criminal five section i think it's 175 i believe under the criminal code aims to call us if you'd like to make a complaint not that's quake in my career and hasn't strayed y'all got you number of times on news time to file a complaint so i called the police and i filed the complaint and they ran the guy's pleats and they found him he had eight to it and dunkley perks to your apologized right he apologized to the internet to you directly because i think when she was charged he had a contact vote him because he was not able to contact me directly now he so he said that he admitted he had done it he had said that to yield to doubt he apologized to the police then he pleaded not guilty when he was in court what what was his defence i know i wasn't there that day but i would quite shocked to hear that he had pledged not guilty during the trial his lawyer basically saying that this isn't much of a disturbance he's kind of suffered enough already by being dragged through the media and social media and she argued that there was no disturbance because but ordinary customer use the landfill wasn't impacted because.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"A key cook to from uh these union forces fired on really kind kind of of who who a festivities today i'm in a hospital that hinder cook their throw up out the followed piling on uh the midday guys acidity uh i want to admit to kind of facilities facility in an it'll be in today we i on the patients and ensure its earned the uh the about who would people inside the host speed war fight i'll i'll be cool would that be shitting on the host beat them the boost young jets and gyms jets the ambulance through the host present and t to the i'm who runs on the host picked up good heavens and you a you said this was it you are stuck in rabin hospital for five hours e eh are you still there now dr hanson no km an hour and uh for curious the most dangerous at today's all the land it now in that medical tested in is google you believe that they are being targeted yeah is to make people than its quota surrender here because here we go along with military of pushing through if our with this you feel young people on its glitter but is it possible to evacuate what we're hearing is that it's surrounded it's difficult to go anywhere the aid agencies are trying to bring in medical supplies or food they're trying to help civilians what can people actually do at this point to make themselves say from these attacks people are waiting we have four more for a here.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Xiaomi love your heather who she said the panel driverless little dog that audio comes from body camera footage taken by the syria civil defence group also known as the white home its syrian opposition activists and paramedics say that airstrikes and shelling have killed more than two hundred people since monday in rebelheld eastern gouda syrian medical groups say at least twelve hospitals have been bombed in that time dr hamza hassan lives in eastern gouda that's where we reached him doctor has son this has been a very difficult few days in east kuta can you tell us the conditions there what does it look like right now is uh through the area or car or you wish sharing that is i must call an without that is as you know sites in school talks is a massacre he seeing a massacre massacre the regime jets on the loose young egypt's all he think after thinks he think the cpbm thinks he think a marker today and yesterday targeted the power where's mid because custody in is go talk how do you say that your which you're seeing is that those is his syrian and russian military planes are attacking and i guess there are also saying there have been helicopters with daryll bombs said this is a horrible weapon that you you've not seen in eastern good had before it have you seen the evidence of that as well yes i key.

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"i ski hill" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

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"i ski hill" Discussed on Human Race

Human Race

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"i ski hill" Discussed on Human Race

"Tim's that one other insane motorcycle story and this one is the one that came was worried about i heard the got my motorcycle on a beautiful saturday morning an rhythm two crystal mountain ski hill the do an outdoor wedding rehearsal he was officiating the wedding in by mind was wealth i'm going to do a wedding today at least get a ride my motorcycle edna so uh iit was coming back from the rehearsal inca so it's kind of in the middle of nowhere finn and i saw a flash of blue i mean it was the loudest noise of my life i never broke a i slammed into the car at full speed hitting it right into the door posed so i came off my motorcycle and landed her windshield in aninat flew up in the air hit the roof of the car and then flew off the back of the car in hit the ground uh when a hit the ground i wasn't knocked out so that while the first thought in my brain was that was bad that was really bad in the second thought was if i find my hand maybe they can put it back on and i began to try to move around the find my head edna is illogical it is that's what you're doing net moment tim's hand wasn't severed but he couldn't find it because the bones had snapped a full compound break into his hand was just hanging limp behind his forearm lake fishingline below a fishing pole and in uh.

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