21 Burst results for "Kalinda"

New York Lawmakers Look To Do Away With Open Container Laws

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:44 min | 3 months ago

New York Lawmakers Look To Do Away With Open Container Laws

"There are calls to do away with New York's open container laws with bars and restaurants now allowed to serve alcoholic drinks to go. WCBS is Steve Burns has been looking into this for us, and he joins us now. Steve, where these calls coming from. Kalinda. We know there are now Bill's in Albany, one of the Assembly one in the Senate that would repeal open container laws for the duration of the Koven emergency, and they really stand out of the belief The government is essentially contradicting itself. Right now, bars and restaurants are now allowed to serve alcoholic drinks to go as you said, some of them are doing itjust through. You know, a front window and supporters here say this is the government really telling you to break the law that public drinking was going to be inevitable with this going on? There's also a belief that banning outdoor drinking is going to lead to people gathering indoors, which is obviously much more dangerous in terms of spreading the Corona virus. Well, there are numbers available around how open container laws are being enforced now. So what do those numbers tell us, Right? That's AH, That's the other big part of this call that the ones who are paying the price for this a restaurants that are already struggling to survive. And disproportionately people of color. As we see. In the NYPD data, Gothamist published some numbers on the NYPD enforcement Since January, 91% of summonses went to people of color, black and Hispanic people, 7% went toe white people, which is obviously well out of whack from the general population. The other concern is restaurant enforcement. The state has been focusing most of its efforts on the city. Even though there's no evidence the problem is any worse here than anywhere else in the state. These lawmakers say We shouldn't be making life even harder for these restaurants that are struggling to survive as it

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"kalinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"kalinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The distractions of the barriers that have been removed Kalinda G. amount of Mousa is having a very different experience of education he's in Uganda and he wanted to tell us the for people like him this is a time of uncertainty that's putting their future in the balance for a student like me search I looked down and in a situation of such a button to make the most uncertain thing is my education and currently invocation which has appeared between high school and university and I was supposed to get admitted into university after sitting for pre entry test that was supposed to be on the eighteenth of April now that was postponed until further notice no one knows when it is going to happen but at least my stories better the people in high school in my country and people in primary school that have final exams that they have to do and now all these was put to a halt because of the coroner virus the government had instituted a system where they would teach and conduct lessons on televisions and radio stations even online but the saddest thing about these what's the story recently on the news in rural areas cubicles in villages and students in villages that aren't even access a radio which was actually thought to be the most accessible means of communication for when distance could be carried out now for students like me and many of those that I in my capacity the worst thing above the corner virus except the deaths is that uncertainty that he puts on their education it has put up holes when I lied you cation and there is so much uncertainty we're looking forward to the lifting of the lockdown of schools but even after that the question is how will life continue will schools be open immediately because you realize that in China even when the lockdown was lifted slightly is schools are still closed even in Spain schools are still closed even with easing overlooked our that was Kalinda Jumana Mussa there's not been an extension of looked on in Uganda near the end of may if you have something to say about how the pandemic's affecting your education will job make a voice recording on a smartphone and send it to the response BBC dot co dot UK March the eighteenth because of coronavirus Malaysia introduced movement control lotus I'm preaching them could mean prison Lawrence Patton I was born in Liverpool he now lives in Sibongile with his wife and his son who is eleven months old when the order was made they were on different sides of the court in the.

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"kalinda" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:14 min | 7 months ago

"kalinda" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Well entertainment owner Kalinda gray says now her staff of performers with more than two hundred characters make virtual visits we do what we usually do at parties which is storytelling singing meet and greet games Exeter about of course we do it through the computer gray says he's done more than fifty six hundred high quality character events for all ages since he started the Pasadena based wishing well entertainment and parties in twenty twelve but like so many industries when the pandemic happened all of our business came to a complete and total halt so we had to figure out a workaround in order to still provide entertainment to the families the clients and the kids that we love and we care for so gray started offering pre recorded birthday greetings magic mirror party through platforms like zooming Google meets for kids and adults and then we also do surprise pop in visits so if you're having a kind of run of the mill business meeting a little bored perhaps the evil queen can pop in and she can head up the meeting for you on Sam but she says she also wanted to help families who are struggling with staying home during the corona virus pandemic we're seeing a lot of kids have questions that might be difficult for the mothers and fathers adults in their lives to answer so we have our characters actually call in and we've been doing this through face time and soon as well if the kids have questions like you know why can't I see grandma and grandpa why am I not going to school why am I stuck at home okay so Spiderman why can't I see grandma and grandpa you know my aunt may is the same age as your grandparents and her immune system just isn't as strong as ours it fighting off confections so she needs extra help from us to protector can you help me do that all right so take about why can't I go outside well Peter Pan and I have been taking care of the last place so we haven't been able to see our friends Wendy John and Michael but by saying the part we're helping to keep each other safe and healthy so that when all the same so we can plant said we want the parents to kind of be able to take a break and let our characters answer those questions for the kids because we know kids especially look up to characters and role models that they see in movies and stories ray says she's been thinking about virtual options for years but the corona virus shut down Forster hand but it's led to us not only reaching people in southern California but outside of it and the very first character call that I did was for Cinderella for two twin girls age six and originally the mom had set of questions for me to answer like how do I get along with my sister how do I listen to mommy and Daddy how do I learn to share why do I have to stay inside the questions that we were seeing right now however that same morning the unfortunately had to say goodbye to their pet dog so on a whim we had to completely change that conversation too you know why we had to say goodbye to our pet she says fortunately her performers are used to thinking on the fly a lot of our performers are actual their educators they work in children's education they teach we're blessed that we have a lot of performers that can do that and have that background and be able to extend that to the calls so even though we are answering questions covering what's going on in the world right now we have been ecstatic to find that there are other questions that we can answer that we weren't expecting really.

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Croatia's ruling conservatives to analyze loss of presidency

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:40 min | 10 months ago

Croatia's ruling conservatives to analyze loss of presidency

"And Croatia's former Prime Minister Zoran on Novic won his country's presidential elections this weekend. The center-left candidate beat the defending center-right incumbent Kalinda grubber Qatar in a second-round round runoff. Mr Milinovic takes the reins just as Croatia takes on the rotating presidency of the European Union at the time of huge change within the EU. So so how will he manageable. This Guy Delone ISM is multiples Balkans correspondent and I'm delighted to say. He joins me on the line now. A guy a very warm welcome. Tell us about this new the president that Croatia has yeah. He's not exactly a newcomer to Croatian politics. He's not a fresh face by any means. He was actually Prime Minister for five years between twenty one ten and two thousand fifteen when he was at that point the leader of the Social Democrat Party And he was emptied out in two thousand fifteen hundred along with his government. Ostensibly I think because he the Presided over the bulk of never ending recession and it lasted for six years this recession. Although he was at pains to point out during the presidential debate that during during his last quarter in power as prime minister of Croatia had started to grow again economically speaking. You know you described him. As centre-left you describe. Kalinda Gra Qatada which is as a centre right. These things are all relative in Croatian politics. you you have both sides appealing at these nationalist tendencies save which have still existed even despite the fact that Croatia achieved its independence during the homeland war of the Nineteen Ninety S. They still think it's A. It's a winner to to drum up nationalist rhetoric. And we certainly saw Mr Milosevic and also script Qatada Mitch doing that during the campaign. Indeed I mean many people were quite surprised the fact that Kalinda grab architectural which has lost the election given the fact that she was extremely popular in so many ways. And also talking about the populist and nationalist point of view many remember her the World Cup final in two thousand eighteen when she was closing cozying up Vladimir Putin. And that's quite a statement to make who can forget those scenes When Kalinda quarterback Catava gloriously decked out in the checkable Jersey of of of Croatia during the World Cup final? As I recall she didn't have an umbrella but some I'm funky was holding an umbrella over over Putin's had but she looks absolutely delighted with the fact Croatia we're in the final and creations enjoyed the fact that not only their country's footballers footballer's but also their country's head of state regaining such an international profile. And you saw many profiles of Qatada in the international press after after that she certainly gained international attention and that was a big boost to her personal popularity For a long while and for much of last year you would have said that she'd be a shoo-in career election because you've really got to do something hitting quite unfortunate in order to lose the presidency and Croatia because it isn't a role the tolls a lot of executive power by any means means it's really a figurehead slash ceremonial role. But she made some missteps. And I think the key one among them was she made some sort of alliance with the mayor of Zagreb Millan Bandage Pitch. Who is currently on trial for corruption? Not the first time that's happened to him and needs to be said. And if there's one thing that voters in Croatia a sensitive about it's the idea idea of politicians troughing it at their expense and that seems to be in the biggest misstep which hit her popularity that she was in second place in in the first round of this. The presidential election to Mr Milosevic many people thought hoover up the right wing votes in in the second round. But it seems that wasn't the case against Milosevic assuming the presidency and a k next month I think as you said the largely ceremonial role but he does have influence when it comes to foreign policy and defense and security plus last Wednesday. Croatia took up the reins in terms of being the The EU presidency. It's assumed the six-month rotating position and has described itself. Is it being a historic event CRATIA and the most difficult test of its maturity since independence. That's an enormous job. I think that's actually Ahah comment because the issue we've seen had highlighted during the presidential campaign is the two candidates still hawking back to the nineteen ninety s and there was a think tank here in Slovenia which was looking at the issue and it said that the the both candidates were trying to prove which was the biggest Croat. And that's that's rather problematic when you think this is now almost thirty years on from the country's independence it's twenty five years on from the end of the homeland wars. They call it in Croatia unless still trying to prove who's more Croat than the other. The country needs to move beyond that and taking on the presidency of the European Union. Even if it's only for six months is a chance to show that it can be bigger than that and it does have an excellent opportunity to show that it can put all of these ethnic and regional squabbles. Behind it because of course the question of the expansion of the European Union into the Western Balkans is a really big live issue. Both Serbia and Montenegro are in membership negotiations. Albania north Macedonia would dearly like to be and would be were it not for manual macron. Vetoing them a couple of months ago so Croatia really doesn't have an opportunity here to stand up and say it'll be better for all of us in this region and in Europe as a whole if we he gets on the right track with these negotiations. This is the K. Isn't it guy the fact that when you do assume the EU presidency. You almost have to put your national interest to one side and thinking linkin terms of the greater good of the block. How capable do you think Croatia will be in trying this this task given the fact that it's issues of populism listen? Nationalism Migration border control a such a sticky issue for them. I don't want to make Zora Milosevic out to be an angel. He isn't he's he said. A nasty things about Serbia. Bosnia and Croatia has been locked in a border dispute with Slovenia a decades now However the fact that people wanted to vote for him him who is as we settle sensibly centre-left rather than Kalinda robot Qatada? He was supported by a right-wing Nationalist Party the party which founded Croatia the HD Zad that may be indicates that the voters think that they need to do something else. Now that this would be optimistic slammed on this it has to be said but perhaps people are thinking well. It is now time to move beyond that. The the arguments the politics and the ethnic arguments of the nineteen ninety s and try something different so so she would be optimistic in the New Year to think of Croatia moving in that direction. Why not thank you very much? Indeed guide

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"kalinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

13:04 min | 1 year ago

"kalinda" Discussed on KQED Radio

"By asking pulling Kalinda how the practice of individuals by six in developed countries actually affects people in emerging economies when someone in the developed countries of Europe the United States buy a carbon offset does that help for that affects someone in an emerging economy the way people in the developing countries approach the carbon offsets is actually from the adaptation perspective because we live on the frontline we are affected by climate change so we look at it from the perspective of of building our resilience so you from the developed country it comes as no offsetting the foot print from the developing country it comes as I'm building my resilience and is there an element of justice in that because the developing countries didn't really create this problem the rich countries did most of the carbon up in the air as red white and blue which means it's American French Russian at cetera is there an element of justice embedded in a carbon offsets yes it has an element of justice because normally to pollute you are you have the ability to withstand it to withstand the impacts of of pollution where as we stand in the perspective of we our contribution is so small but then we suffer the consequences so we are not a very the TGS community so we don't normally look at things from the perspective of punishing gun and just tease but we look at it from the perspective of corporation and and and partnership and so with someone by the an offset the comes to eco trust what what happens when you do with that is it planting trees drug use of building resilience what does that mean yes we work with the communities that are dependent on rain fed agriculture mainly these are communities that depend on forests full fuel load water for only a basic needs so what we do is that we develop a community vision in which would like to build the resilience of the landscapes both the productive on the natural landscapes and we highlight areas where the planting of trees will have significant environmental benefits reducing the water flow siltation and so on and so forth so when you come as an organization as experts we quantify the couple in stocks that will result from that land use plan so when you come to equip trust you buying just the carbon Stokes but the package has so many other things in it cleo Baker what happens in with taking root in Nicaragua something similar in terms of you know enhancing forest with money that would not otherwise be there helping those communities yes as like putting a thing it starts from having a community achieve some of the some of the ambitions that were in place and bring a financing mechanism that allows them to make some long term investments within resilience and to go far to see Stimson land use activities they're going to help both reduce carbon in the atmosphere at the same time allow the community to make long term investments the otherwise content of night right many Opel plant you have a different view on carbon offsets which are a key part of California's cap and trade system which is one of them keep part of California climate action you live near some refineries tell us your view on carbon offsets used by big energy suppliers well I just want to start out by saying to home Pauline and Khalil that that does sound like a wonderful mechanism for your communities and I'm right up against the belly of the refineries and the the long the San Francisco Bay there's five refineries and the rates of respiratory issues as mama cancers is dramatically increased from anywhere else in the county and as an indigenous woman I also have a little bit of a different perspective because women that I love and I'm close to our at the extraction sites in the tar sands and the Balkan oil fields in North Dakota and in Ecuador and Peru and you know like all over and so I am very familiar with what the fossil fuel industry has done to indigenous people and others around the world and here we are at the end of the world as we know it because the world as we know it's not going to be the same for my grandchildren and my you know all of our the babies that we love and so how do we look at shifting the system the entire system so that your communities can get the resources that they need to do the good work that you're doing but we're we're not allowing the fossil fuel industry to continue to harm all of us and so a key part of that California cap and trade program allows offsets where the rationale is that let them go with their their the lowest cost and that allows companies to pollute in California the United States and offset that in the developing world for those companies say it's it's cheaper that's good for customers because it keeps the energy prices low in California elsewhere and so would any seem to be saying that that allows pollution in your neighborhood and people get to sort of those companies the state is allowing them to clean up another part of the world in which may be good for that part of the world but it's it's are they kidding certain people against each other absolutely it's a it's the latest form of colonization and we're seeing that in places where these contracts maybe not in your community but definitely up in the year Oct tribe in northern California where the decision makers to sign the contract there with the state of California did not conduct free plan prior informed consent with all the tribal members and when we went up there to talk to the women we were invited to go up and talk to the women about the indigenous women of the Americas defending Mother Earth treaty we talk to them about what signing that contract does too are indigenous sisters and they were appalled because they were sold that contract and it's I believe it's a hundred year contract they were sold that contract by people signing the contract telling them that their climate heroes from signing the contract where we all know that the fossil fuel industry needs to be reined in mean that has to happen otherwise we're not gonna make cat I mean scientists are talking about extinction so I I don't think just about my community is I really do think what what part of that secret system of life is being destroyed because of humans impact on the system like what how do we look at the system that created these problems from a more elevated perspective and say what caused these problems with the system of economics that we have now because these problems Allen Kalinda can you see carbon offsets as a new form of colonialism where the developed countries are kind of using money to exert some control you know there now how mainstream and there's lots of even large environmental organizations that are that are supporting them so people see opportunity powerful interests can commenting exactly and because when these things were being designed when the cyst because the offset market has been around the voluntary market has been around for a very long time before the IPCC came about before the cure to particle came about in what they call the voluntary market people of sitting companies were sitting organizations were all sitting on the used to have what is called the mitigation hierarchy whereby you start with the planning where the the they are you agree on the critical issues that cannot be offset because they cannot be tampered with and you said with avoidance and then followed by a restoration on whatever kind of be avoided and cannot be restored is what you will sit on the these there sometime alleges like like for like but then when it comes to with a unified towards the colonialist comes in to take advantage then they take only the end that meets their object to that fits into the their narrative so to speak cleo Baker do you use personal carbon offsets when you fly around you by offsets to state your your plane right here from Nicaragua yeah I mean I do but maybe I can take a step back for a second and and focus on why we created this system right ultimately we have to bring carbon out of the air because carbon is an inherently immoral or bad we all exhale carbon dioxide and so the because it's not inherently immoral we can't say it is illegal to met CO two because we accept all right if we can't say it is illegal then we also we ultimately have to discourage people from from polluting so much the ideas we gotta put a price on it right we have to internalize that externality so the price of pollution is factored in when people make decisions so with the first part is a custom pollution and so a carbon off that is Hey were building that the price ideally this would be done at the global level the price to be really really really high that really polluting activities like fossil fuels isn't something that could be done and so we want to discourage that behavior as a first step right and once that is done well then what do you do with that money because invested in education and a whole bunch of other social goods but we can also invested in activities that help find the removal of carbon from the air so I really see it from from that perspective so if people want to buy a carbon offsets how should they think about them and and be helpful because it's a very confusing world to try to buy off that's the way I think about is if you are going to buy organic food our free range eggs how did you know that the food that you're buying is really organic or those chickens really what were a free range and ultimately come down to trust right and so you can develop trust in many different ways ideally you know your farmer are no year no the activity there helping to support the carbon I think to the supporting I mean if you have that opportunity then we rely on things like standards or the reputation of the people doing it the people behind the project so the carbon industry like in there getting history there's certified organic there's certain the different carbon certifications and like also the case and they're in perfect right so and exotic timber plantation of an invasive species where people are displaced might be a really effective pump that's a question carbon you might be able to get that certified thing look we're really effective at removing carbon that misses the point I'd like to ask is only seen this car carbon offsets I don't think you use them when you go home to Oregon you take the train you know should people avoid carbon offsets or should they be try to be smart when they buy them what's your view on so often when we talk about climate change we make it about the individual we make it about the choices of whether each of us is going to drive a car or a fly by again it can and there certainly is a broad problem with consumption in the world and if you look at the drivers of climate change if you look at the people and there are people with names and addresses who are allowing this crisis to continue with fossil fuels the E. L. O.'s it's huge cattle trading commodity traders in the Brazilian Amazon going deep into the rainforest and those actors you really need to be held accountable and so often the way office work is it's the transferring of costs and so its meaning that people still can't breathe clean air its meaning that we're having climate disasters where people are losing their homes movement losing their livelihoods and its meaning that indigenous communities who've been the best stewards of the land for millennia or sometimes getting this place and I totally trust that that my fellow panelists here have really good programs that are working tat toe void those tensions on but there is a history of indigenous peoples on being told to sign this contract receive money and they're already protecting their lands indigenous peoples are less than five percent of the world's population but they are stewards for eighty percent of the world's biodiversity either incredible protectors and in there because my visions it's not necessarily about money and.

"kalinda" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Thing with CNN that's that we're talking about there was no twenty four hour news network a news cycle at the beginning of the. this is nearly forty years ago now so needless to say in many ways things are very different the first thing I did was try to soak in as much as possible about this time period this is calling to me I'm the vice president for historical interpretation and community partnerships at the Atlanta history center so certainly what you're looking at by the late seventies early eighties is that first generation of African Americans who had actually benefited from school desegregation for example at both secondary and collegiate level by Dan right so people who were in segregated maybe primary schools and still had those memories but we're professionals by that early eighties African Americans are prospering to some degree still definitely hard hit by the recession but compared to the ways in which they have been disadvantaged before. spring to some degree largely as a as a by product of affirmative action Kalinda describe a time of fear and helplessness all around her kids were gradually going missing one by one the kids her age there was an idea there was a real life boogie man out there in the sense that no one was really trying to protect them. I was a child in Atlanta and during that time I was a nine year old living in Atlanta in the fourth ward which was one of the areas from which children were taken and I remember as a child the whispers and chatter among the children if you can imagine this real life boogie man is actually out there this is really happening there with a child who went to summer camp with me who was one of the children who was abducted and there wasn't a man that that anything very serious was happening to protect us there wasn't a sense that anything about our daily lives was really changing much except that we were very afraid and our parents were very angry every single one of them was not only black they were also poor the neighborhoods from which they were taken where the most vulnerable most impoverished are within the city many of them came from public housing projects and so all of that definitely conspired to make folks feel like this is something that is happening to the least of us and nobody cares. Atlanta hat it's a shame to fast I think continues to be a shame that this is not something that people really can't we talk about. in the open very much I think it is interesting that there's a way in which I think Atlanta remains ashamed of the the racial bifurcation that this really shows up when you talk to people about their memories of this time there's a real team gap I do a lot of oral history there's a really distinct gap between white Atlantans in black Atlantans I think that it's about a sense of profound. I'm separate realities in and separate societies it's startling to me as a person who again as a child lived here to talk to people who are my contemporaries who are living in other neighborhoods living in majority neighborhood. who didn't have a sense. of that urgency at all who didn't have a sense of that vulnerability at all who didn't even know that it will happen. at all. I think it's impossible to disentangle the race and class issues..

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"kalinda" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"kalinda" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And so the hurricanes force game seven, and you can barely hear John Lund on the hurricanes radio network because of the atmosphere. The craziness there inside the arena, and of course, many of the hurricanes credited the fans and that atmosphere for helping them to force a game seven. There was a really controversial moment in this one in the third period that looked like the capitals had tied the game. And you talk about momentum swings. If you want it looked like the cats had tied the game, you've 'cause nets off had gotten the puck underneath the pads of the opposing goalie and thought they had scored in fact, initially the light goes on. And there's a goal, but then Alexander Ovechkin crashed into the goalie, and they ended up waiving off that score and they called interference on the caps, captain. And so after a review the referees did review at the request of Washington. They. They decided that was worth a challenge. They still said no goal. And if you could read lips swell, then maybe it's if you would like to know obese reaction it's worth going back and feeing his reaction from the bench because it's it's pretty clear. He makes it pretty clear. Just maybe don't have your young children in the room or hide there is if they know any of those words, we don't use those words on this family program. All right. You can find me on Twitter Ehlo radio coming up top of the hour. We're going to spend some time in the bay area. I know the jazz extended the series against the rockets, and yes, the warriors still have to dispatch the clippers, but it appears those two are on a collision course. And also, I keep hearing this term wakeup call wake up call for the warriors. Why the heck did they need a wake up call? They're the defending champs. So we'll talk to a former NBA shooting guard warrior for several years Kalinda as Buki he's been on the show before he's part of the NBC sports bay area family. That's coming up after the top. Of next hour. It's after hours on CBS sports radio. They're still baseball. So Chris lopresti is still here. Are you so happy? Hello. Delighted still lighted. What a good word usually. I'm quickly exiting as you're entering quickly. That really does describe it fourteenth aiding. He's got an update. So here is our latest sports update. And here's ceelo..

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"kalinda" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Heard of genetically modified foods. Now, we have the first gene edited foods, and it's being served in the mid west. But nobody knows exactly where just yet a product known as Kalinda oil which was made from Jean edited. Soybeans to have fewer saturated fats and zero trans fats is being served at some mid. Western restaurants, Meghan will Teini she's a science reporter at wired spoke to us about how this gene edited soybean came to be kind of look at all of the oil that used for cooking and baking in this country about eighty percent of it comes from soybeans. But in their natural state play being have this problem. They've got high concentrations of the fatty acid and oleic acid and that make the oil spoil pretty quickly so to make it lasts longer food. Scientists started doing this thing called hydrogen nation that basically the chemical process to convert vegetable oils in to like solid fats margarine, but this process also created trans fat, and that's you know, known to increase levels of heart harming cholesterol. A couple of years ago, the US banned artificial trans fats from the supply and that went to effect last summer, and so traditional plant breeders have been trying to find a way to grow soybeans that don't have the fat profile and telex which is a company based in Minnesota is happening. The same problem with gene editing and earlier this month their first product, which is something called a high oleic soybean oil hit the market. They said they have their first client, which is a a restaurant with multiple locations in the mid west as you said they're being kind of secretive about where exactly that product. I'm sure they don't want to scare off people that might be wary of something like this. So that's what we don't get the name of the restaurant, but it's interesting. So they edited these soybean plants to produce oils have fewer saturated fats and zero trans fats. They call it Kalin. Oh, I think is what the name of the oil is. So there's a lot of interesting things at play this company. Calix is also working on wheats that have more fiber in less. Gluten I'm sure that be happiness. A lot of people. They're also working on potatoes. That can safely be put in cold storage without accumulating sugars that catalyze in a cancer causing chemicals when cooked at high temperatures, I didn't know that was the thing. Immediately made me think maybe I should not eat the frozen French fries, they have in the freezer. So this just some interesting things for them to be working on their actually one of the first startup doing, gene editing and most people for increase in food crops and most people are familiar with crisper, the main kind of technology that is used in gene editing Calix, actually, either the older technology called Talon Christopher's little cheaper and easier to work with and talent. But the function essentially in the same way, they're both enzymes that can be programmed to bind to a specific place in DNA and make a cut and so Calix uses talents, which was technology actually co developed by their chief scientific officer back when he was still at the university of Minnesota. But when he was just a professor there. And so they basically use talents to disable a few genes that code for enzymes involved in Saudi. Acid, synthesis. And that basically allows them to create plants that have more of these oleic acid linoleic acid. And so what you wind up with is an oil that has kind of a profile a fatty acid profile similar to olive oil. But it has the flavourless aspect of slightly all that like is favored by manufacturers..

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"kalinda" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Let's suppose genetically modified foods. Now, we have the first gene edited foods, and it's being served in the mid west. But nobody knows exactly where just yet a product known as Kalinda oil which was made from Jean edited. Soybeans to have fewer saturated fats and zero trans fats is being served at some midwestern restaurants. Megan multi-species, she's a science reporter at wired spoke to us about how this gene edited soybean came to be kind of look at all of the oil that's used for cooking and baking in this country about eighty percent of it comes from soybeans. But in their natural state have this problem, they've got high concentrations of the fatty acid oleic acid, and that makes the oil spoil pretty quickly so to make it lasts longer food. Scientists started doing this thing called hydrogen nation that basically the chemical process convert vegetable oil in to like solid fats kinda like margarine, but this process also created trans fat, and that's you know, known to increase levels of heart harming classroom. A couple of years ago, the US banned artificial trans fats from the food supply and that went to affect last summer, and so traditional plant leaders have been trying to find a way to grow soybean that don't have the fat profile and telex which is a company based in Minnesota is tackling the same problem with gene editing and earlier this month their first product, which is something called the high oleic soybean oil hit the market. They said they have their first client, which is a a restaurant with multiple locations in the mid west as you said they're being secretive about where exactly that product is being rolled out. I'm sure they don't want to scare off people that might be wary of something like this. So that's what we don't get the name of the restaurant, but it's interesting. So they edited these soybean plants to produce oils have you're saturated fats and zero trans fats. They call it Kalin. Oh, I think is what the name of the oil is. So there's a lot of interesting things that play this company. Calix is also working on wheats that have more fiber and less gluten I'm sure that be happy news to a lot of people. They're also working on potatoes. That can safely be putting cold storage without accumulating sugars that catalyze a cancer causing chemicals when cooked at high temperatures. I didn't know that was the thing, and it immediately made me think maybe I should not eat the frozen French fries, I have in the freezer. So this is just some interesting things for them to be working on there, actually, one of the first startup doing, gene editing and most people who for increase in food crops than most people are familiar with crisper. The main kind of technology that is used in gene editing. Calix actually, either slightly older technology called Callan Christopher's little cheaper and easier to work with and talent. But they function essentially in the same way. They're both enzymes that can be programmed to bind to a specific place in DNA and make a cut and Calix uses talent, which was technology actually co-developed by their chief scientific officer back when he was still at the university of Minnesota. But when he was just a professor there. And so they basically use talents to disable a few genes that code for enzymes involved in Saudi. Acids, and that basically allows them to create plants that have more of these oleic acid and less of these linoleic acid. And so what you wind up with is an oil that has kind of a profile a fatty acid profile similar to olive oil. But it has the flavourless aspect of soil. That's like is favored by food manufacturer said.

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"kalinda" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"kalinda" Discussed on KTOK

"Let's suppose of genetically modified foods. Now, we have the first gene edited foods, and it's being served in the mid west. But nobody knows exactly where just yet a product known as Kalinda oil which was made from Jean edited. Soybeans to have fewer saturated fats and zero trans fats is being served some midwestern restaurants, Meghan, McCain e she's a science reporter at wired spoke to us about how this gene edited soybean came to be you kind of look at all of the oil that used for cooking and baking in this country about eighty percent of it comes from soybeans but in their natural state planes. Have this problem they've got high concentrations of the fatty acid called laic acid, and that makes the oil spoil pretty quickly so to make it lasts longer food. Scientists started doing this thing called hydrogen nation that basically the chemical process convert vegetable oil in to like solid fats kinda like margarine, but this process also created trans fat, and that's, you know, known to increase levels of heart harming cholesterol, so. A couple of years ago, the US banned artificial trans fats from the food supply and that went to affect last summer, and so traditional plant breeders have been trying to find a way to grow soybeans that don't have the fat profile and telex which is a company based in Minnesota is tackling the same problem would gene editing and earlier this month their first product, which is something called the high oleic soybean oil hit the market. They said they have their first client, which is a restaurant with multiple locations in the mid west, the as you said they're being kind of secretive about where exactly that product is being rolled out. I'm sure they don't want to scare off people that might be wary of something like this. So that's why we don't get the name of the restaurant, but it's interesting. So they edited these soybean plants to produce oils have you're saturated fats and zero trans fats. They call it Kalin. Oh, I think is what the name of the oil is. So there's a lot of interesting things that play this company. Calix is also working on wheats have more fiber and less gluten I'm sure that be happiness to a lot of people. They're also working on potatoes that. Can safely be put in cold storage without accumulating sugars that catalyze a cancer causing chemicals when cooked at high temperatures. I didn't know that was the thing at it. Immediately made me think maybe I should not eat the frozen French fries, I have in the freezer. So this just some interesting things for them to be working on their actually one of the first startup doing, gene editing and most people who for increase in food crops and most people are familiar with crisper kind of the main technology that is used in gene editing. Calix actually uses a slightly older technology called Callan Christopher's little cheaper and easier to work with and talent. But they function essentially in the same way. They're both enzymes that can be programmed to bind to a specific place in DNA and make a cut and Calix uses talent, which was technology actually co-developed by their chief scientific officer back when he was still at the university of Minnesota. But when he was just a professor there. And so they basically use talents to disable a few genes that code for enzymes involved in Saudi ass. And that basically allows them to create plants that have more of these laic acids and less of these linoleic acid, and so what you wind up with is an oil that has kind of a profile a fatty acid profile similar to olive oil. But it has kind of flavourless aspect of slightly like is favored by food manufacturers 'cause it's a pretty neutral favor..

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Ebola spreads to high-risk area of Congo: WHO

UN News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Ebola spreads to high-risk area of Congo: WHO

"Unisom in one recent incident in the north of the country. A fifty five year old man with album was repeated these stopped in front of his child therefore his arms were amputated by his attackers UN spokesperson Rupert Colville told journalists Geneva that member of parliament Bonk Lindow was also set upon after being arrested for insulting the president following his release on bail on the sixteenth of January. Mr. Kalinda was violently assaulted allegedly by members of the governing democratic progress party youth wing who will commonly referred to as cadets on the premises. So the district Commissioner in the southern Talamo lingerie, and he required hospital treatment then again last Sunday twentieth of January Edward Govardhan by who was a supporter of another opposition party Malawi. Congress was savagely attacked in Blantyre also reportedly by DP cadets, he was extremely badly beaten and also required hospital treatment, Mr. caveat. He had. Previously been threatened because of his political activities. Mr. Colville noted that women candidates are faced threats harassment and intimidation ahead of national elections in may Daniel Johnson UN news.

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News in Brief 25 January 2019

UN News

04:15 min | 1 year ago

News in Brief 25 January 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations u n human rights chief Michelle Basch, let won't on Friday that the situation in Venezuela could spiral out of control amid deadly violence linked to Hoan guidos self appointment as interim president the urine refugee agency UNHCR meanwhile has warned of mounting tension. As five thousand people day continue to leave the country. Many are in done need of protection. Here's at Rupert Colville spokesperson for the High Commissioner for human rights. We have received information from credible. Local sources that at least twenty people have died after allegedly being shocked by security forces or by members of pro-government armed groups during demonstrations on Tuesday and Wednesday with many others reported injured by bullets buck short and rubber bullets. The High Commissioner is extremely concerned. And I quote that the situation in Venezuela may rapidly spiral out of control with catastophe. Offic consequences in her statement, Misbash insisted that it was vital to prevent a repetition of repression against protesters demonstrating against the government of President Nicolas Maduro who was officially sworn back into office two weeks ago in the last week OH Chr says that some one hundred eighty protests have taken place in some of the poorest areas of the country's capital Caracas. It has also reported they large scale detention of demonstrators including three hundred and twenty people on Wednesday alone to the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo. Now where deadly Ebola virus infections have increased in recent weeks and spread into a new area. Authorities say according to the DRC's ministry of health. There have been a total of seven hundred fifteen cases of Ebola which causes high fever and bleeding for one hundred and forty three people have died. The overall fatality rate is over sixty percent. New infections have been reported from thirteen health things and have incr-. Priest notably in cat were were health workers have faced community mistrust. The virus has also extended southwards to Qena which is described by the authorities as a high security risk area despite some public hostility hampering the fight the World Health Organization or WHO maintains that the disease is being pushed back in a hot spots where armed groups have hampered the work of health workers his spokesperson for della Shadab, if there is an increase in cases in these two health zones. There is a decline in cases and students in Beni which was the former epicenter. This is a strong positive and cater of how effective the response can be despite multiple challenges in Malawi, the UN human rights office. OH Chr has spoken of its alarm at increasing horrific violence. They're linked to upcoming elections. Victims of violent attacks have included politicians, male and female party activists and persons with Alba. Unisom in one recent incident in the north of the country. A fifty five year old man with album was repeated these stopped in front of his child therefore his arms were amputated by his attackers UN spokesperson Rupert Colville told journalists Geneva that member of parliament Bonk Lindow was also set upon after being arrested for insulting the president following his release on bail on the sixteenth of January. Mr. Kalinda was violently assaulted allegedly by members of the governing democratic progress party youth wing who will commonly referred to as cadets on the premises. So the district Commissioner in the southern Talamo lingerie, and he required hospital treatment then again last Sunday twentieth of January Edward Govardhan by who was a supporter of another opposition party Malawi. Congress was savagely attacked in Blantyre also reportedly by DP cadets, he was extremely badly beaten and also required hospital treatment, Mr. caveat. He had. Previously been threatened because of his political activities. Mr. Colville noted that women candidates are faced threats harassment and intimidation ahead of national elections in may Daniel Johnson UN news.

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"kalinda" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts

"Yes. That pray for healing for all involved. But how can you just start with the predator and make the pray and after thaw negative? Nope. Nice says, I okay. So as we bring seven interesting point, you know, perhaps her feelings have to be weighed. I with empathy because it is challenging for anyone to receive. Wisdom when they don't I feel like there, is empathy connected to it. Like, I hate feeling like I've done something wrong. But I feel better in owning my wrong when I feel like someone understands why ended up in that situation. And so a did hurt statement like empathy Kalinda says I hear exactly what she's saying. She sending him love because ultimately he is damaged in in need of love in healing. She didn't condone his actions. However, recognize he is hurting soul Simone says rescue just because she didn't condone. She is showing some grace for the human Lorraine says is it's arrest you for me. She gives us in understanding of what she meant to his as you can get rescued, but you gotta put him work with these paddle. She got a rowboat you Mosey. She may enjoy it since it's since she is in naturally, the journey may be totally therapeutic for her along the way. Donell says we can't act like we didn't enjoy our Kelly before olive is. Yes, he was wrong. But I feel like the only way he wheel the only way he will. But it help did you did you hit into the Nishi said? So are we not rescuing her because you wanted to pray for him on confused saints? I think the I think too I think our name was Ashley I can't remember. But I think to her point is that like it just didn't feel like there was enough empathy shown for the victims. And maybe she didn't get a chance to express the full empathy for the victims because she was just looking at how you know demonized. He has become she just wanted to offer an opinion in that quick little sound by. But I do think that there is something to say to think I am terribly upset that they've experienced this. I think it's terrible. What has been happened? What's happened? I think thorough investigations to take place in anyone in. To be brought to Justice. And I also think that we have to get him that level of help in healing that he needs in order to make sure that this never happens again, Kansas. Alright alright we can rescue her. She's but she need a talking to when she gets in the boat. It's I you know, at the end of the day. I think it's all about empathy. And I'd I didn't I was a little the devil. I was a lot. Like, you all were felt like, you know, there's nothing wrong with what she says. But I'm not a survivor sexual abuse. And having heard from us arriver of sexual abuse. As that the reason why it caused a lot of uproar is because there just wasn't empathy attached to that call to heal in pray for him. And at my perspective is changed a bit on that ad. I do see how that can be hurtful because you're immediately. You know, protecting be offender instead of first insulting the victims. And I can see that's problematic..

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"kalinda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"kalinda" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Person singing here, it's not Little Richard. It's mean Jean Oakland me Jean Oakland. Passed away this week a main, gene? Was an icon. If you've been a professional wrestling fan at any point over the last forty years, you know, who mean Gino Kalinda is now if you're not a professional wrestling fan. Then you gotta understand so professional. Wrestling is dominated by these guys that are scantily clad wearing all these outlandish outfits been muscles. And mean, gene, Oakland was this little guy normal average looking guy thin petite, bald head always impeccably dressed. Maybe tuxedo. Always a suit and tie. And he would keep a straight face while the wrestlers that he was interviewing would ask would be saying the most outrageous things in the world. And so much of what he did. And what he said how he behaved as a broadcaster started his radio guys from what I understand has influenced my style of broadcasting whenever you see me being incredibly serious as I'm saying something completely absurd. Or when you hear me talking to a caller, and they they're being absolutely outlandish. And I'm treating. Them with the seriousness as if they're the pope or the president. That's mean Jean Oakland. I absolutely took that from mangino Oakland. I wanted to interview me gene, many times over the last few years never got an opportunity passed away at the age of seventy six after after a fall. So I'm sorry to see that prayers and thoughts and all the rest to his family. He's gonna be missed as a broadcaster as an entertainer, and as someone that really. Was instrumental in my career as a broadcaster. Even though I never met him. He had a tremendous influence.

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"kalinda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"kalinda" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Private country club and balls. We need to tell you a story about fifty eight-year-old Joseph Kalinda, he was arrested on a warrant last week and charged with second degree larceny, which sounds like an old term for like stealing a bunch of stuff. He stole a bunch of balls. He is a ball thief. Also, my nickname in college interesting. Did you know word for that? Yes. Fastball theme now. They executed a search warrant at Mr Clinton is home and found in excess of twenty five hundred pairs of balls. Why are you so many balls? What did he do? Here's the balls. Did you not catch that? I did. Okay. Because balls don't come in pairs twenty five hundred balls, but it's the kind of balls that earns him crazy stupid idiot. Satis imagining golf ball. They were golf balls steals golf balls. Why would you steal golf balls? Right. Mean maybe he plays a lot of golf. I mean, allegedly probably however, he was reselling driving range in Groton, Connecticut, Fairfield and Groton Connecticut anyway on he was he stole over twenty five hundred golf balls many of them stamped by the way with the private country clubs logo on them. Solve them to a driving range and police somehow figured out that these balls were missing. And then they started showing up and they followed.

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"kalinda" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Friends over at fan deal for their support as always support them because. They support us. Now, no matter moments. We're going to be joined by our good friend friend of the program, the pride of Scotland, JoAnne Calderwood, who had a big big win on Saturday over Kalinda Faria what an amazing sequence that was. And if I'm being honest, I thought it deserved a performance bonus with the triangle choke that transitioned into the arm bar. Her first win since June of two thousand sixteen. And once again, she continues to look, very good at flyweight continues to look. Healthy continues to look fit and continues to perform at her best. I do believe, and that was a fantastic win and great win, especially considering the fact that we been hearing about Joe two point, oh, changing camps. Moving to Las Vegas fighting was syndicate now by her side, a phenomenal performance by Scotland zone. JoAnne Caldwell Choshi will be joining us in a matter of seconds. I believe that we are lining up as we speak. And then after that will be joined by Eric Andrews, who also had. An amazing win on Saturday. But without further ado, let us go back to the machine and say Hello to our good pal JoAnne Calderwood back in the world call. How are you JoAnne. I'm great. How are you doing? I'm doing great. I imagine you're doing much better. Congratulations on the win. This must feel good on a Monday, right? You haven't felt this feeling and over two years. For two years. It's been two years since you wanna fight. That's been a long time. Yeah, yet does feel good. I don't think it was that long. But yeah, it's definitely feel that way in. I'm just glad it's finally here. Felt like those? Actually my next fish, I'm surprised you don't remember how long I would think that that's something you think about the Valerie fight. I need to get back on track, but you're not the kind of person you harp on that. Sorry. I said, I'm surprised that you didn't remember that it had been two years that you you were surprised by that number. I, I would be the kind of person who would Harpo man. It's been two years since I want, but I'm happy to hear that. You're not the kind of person that harps on that. Yeah, just like Antea like a lost like those two fates, but those being so much Hackman the past few years yet, guess just not really concentrated on in. I don't see those are on miracles, but I feel like so much more stuff going on the f. failed that are lost that in life in. Yeah. So thanks for ninth mareo from. I don't meet the harp on, but because you want, I feel like we can talk about it and the emotion that you showed afterwards was amazing. I don't know if you can even ranked that, but have you ever been that happy after fight before it seemed like you almost even know what to do with yourself. You're so happy. As I house so happen, just it food. Good, not going home. Lizards, check half a check, you know, and all the hard work in all the. Heart breaking just everything that spent on just really fall fear shoulders in like the both of us are gonna Narran and both onto losing streaks in everyone's days are numbered. No. So it was just good to gunmen finishing. No, that at least get another fight. Was the fight going in the early portions? The first couple of minutes was the going as you had thought it would go? Hell. No. Okay. Like when she took me down, I was like, met dad. I was like. Here we go again. Because out honestly fought like is going to bear ward and we're just gonna stand there like unexciting fate. I did not expect her to take take then what's going through your mind when she is taking you down in your thinking? Here we go again, I'm assuming you're thinking, how do I get out of this? Eventually you start working on the triangle. Could you tell us the thought process because the finish was phenomenal. I mean of watch it like ten times now you pull that off was amazing, and I don't know if you heard, I thought you deserve the performance bonus for that. I'm not saying because you're here..

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"kalinda" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Friends over at fan deal for their support as always support them because. They support us. Now, no matter moments. We're going to be joined by our good friend friend of the program, the pride of Scotland, JoAnne Calderwood, who had a big big win on Saturday over Kalinda Faria what an amazing sequence that was. And if I'm being honest, I thought it deserved a performance bonus with the triangle choke that transitioned into the arm bar. Her first win since June of two thousand sixteen. And once again, she continues to look, very good at flyweight continues to look. Healthy continues to look fit and continues to perform at her best. I do believe, and that was a fantastic win and great win, especially considering the fact that we been hearing about Joe two point, oh, changing camps. Moving to Las Vegas fighting was syndicate now by her side, a phenomenal performance by Scotland zone. JoAnne Caldwell Choshi will be joining us in a matter of seconds. I believe that we are lining up as we speak. And then after that will be joined by Eric Andrews, who also had. An amazing win on Saturday. But without further ado, let us go back to the machine and say Hello to our good pal JoAnne Calderwood back in the world call. How are you JoAnne. I'm great. How are you doing? I'm doing great. I imagine you're doing much better. Congratulations on the win. This must feel good on a Monday, right? You haven't felt this feeling and over two years. For two years. It's been two years since you wanna fight. That's been a long time. Yeah, yet does feel good. I don't think it was that long. But yeah, it's definitely feel that way in. I'm just glad it's finally here. Felt like those? Actually my next fish, I'm surprised you don't remember how long I would think that that's something you think about the Valerie fight. I need to get back on track, but you're not the kind of person you harp on that. Sorry. I said, I'm surprised that you didn't remember that it had been two years that you you were surprised by that number. I, I would be the kind of person who would Harpo man. It's been two years since I want, but I'm happy to hear that. You're not the kind of person that harps on that. Yeah, just like Antea like a lost like those two fates, but those being so much Hackman the past few years yet, guess just not really concentrated on in. I don't see those are on miracles, but I feel like so much more stuff going on the f. failed that are lost that in life in. Yeah. So thanks for ninth mareo from. I don't meet the harp on, but because you want, I feel like we can talk about it and the emotion that you showed afterwards was amazing. I don't know if you can even ranked that, but have you ever been that happy after fight before it seemed like you almost even know what to do with yourself. You're so happy. As I house so happen, just it food. Good, not going home. Lizards, check half a check, you know, and all the hard work in all the. Heart breaking just everything that spent on just really fall fear shoulders in like the both of us are gonna Narran and both onto losing streaks in everyone's days are numbered. No. So it was just good to gunmen finishing. No, that at least get another fight. Was the fight going in the early portions? The first couple of minutes was the going as you had thought it would go? Hell. No. Okay. Like when she took me down, I was like, met dad. I was like. Here we go again. Because out honestly fought like is going to bear ward and we're just gonna stand there like unexciting fate. I did not expect her to take take then what's going through your mind when she is taking you down in your thinking? Here we go again, I'm assuming you're thinking, how do I get out of this? Eventually you start working on the triangle. Could you tell us the thought process because the finish was phenomenal. I mean of watch it like ten times now you pull that off was amazing, and I don't know if you heard, I thought you deserve the performance bonus for that. I'm not saying because you're here..

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"kalinda" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto

"Bill tour for bringing him at around four o'clock. We're going to be joined by the great Fyodor million co in studio. So definitely stay tuned for that. All right. We got a lot more to go and he's right. It didn't really feel like an interview to my mom had to say here. She said she's listening and enjoying jail. So there you go. My mom loves jail, but if I'm being honest, she was a little worried that he was going to. You know, bully me a little bit as we were doing the show and doing the all the bad guy PM plus you can watch that every Wednesday by the way on ESPN plus a new episode comes out. And then of course prefight show on Friday before you have see pay per views and. Post-fight show live right after the events. We did one for two, twenty six in Las Vegas, and we're gonna do one for two twenty seven in Los Angeles on August. Fourth, that was the event. Of course we were hoping to have Alexsandr gusts in fight on. Fortunately, that is not going to happen found out yesterday that after trying to Kim, I is rock hold him personas p. him Romero him versus Khalil. Roundtree him versus Anthony Smith. He is not going to fight and he's hopefully going to return around Tober November. So later on in the program we're going to be joined by Gus in matter moments, we're going to be joined by joint culture would who is a fan favorite at a Scotland, a lot of changes in her life. We have not seen her in action in quite some time. And I'm looking forward to talking to her last time we saw her in action was a little over a year ago, July sixteenth of two thousand seventeen in her home country of Scotland. She fought Cynthia Calvi. Oh. But she's returning to action on August twenty. Fifth in Lincoln, Nebraska of all places to fight Kalinda Faria this time. She's fighting one twenty five. She has fought at one twenty five once before against Valerie LaTour. No, she fought her back in two thousand sixteen in Ottawa, Ontario Canada, our nation's capital, and she's now fighting a more natural weight of one, twenty five. She's also living in Las Vegas training with the new team, no longer training with TriStar at a Montreal. So there's a lot of changes in the life of joining Calderwood one of my favorite guests, and I know a lot of you are very excited to hear from her. So in a matter moments, we're gonna be joined by JoAnne. And then after that, we'll be joined by one of the best looking human beings I've ever seen in my life, the great Paolo Kosta Belushi NIA. Who's hoping to return to action in New York. After Powell Costo talked to cats and Gano coming off that big win. Just a. Nine or so days ago in Boise, Idaho Tyron Woodley still to come Frankie. Edgar Anderson Silva so much going on. But for now, let's say Hello to one of my favorite guests. It has been a while since we talked to join college would it has been around a year way too long. And there she is joining us via the magic, a Skype, the one and only Joe, Joe. JoAnn, how're you. Fred. Missed you too. It's been so long. You're all ten now you don't look like a Scottish person anymore. You look like a an American living on the west coast. Yeah. And to be honest, most of this time in Scotland when I was just over there. Okay. They had good weather. Okay. Well, that is very rare, but it is great to see you Joanna. I'm so happy to hear that you're coming back August twenty. Fifth, Lincoln, Nebraska, Kalinda fria. But let's talk about where you've been why. So by the time you fight, it will have been what thirteen months since your last fight, why a long layoff. Basically life happened. So last year was kinda. Injuries and I was on TriStar wasn't ready, happy and. After I had to like my last fate took three months off in a newly walked away from the sport, but the free months off don't mail. And this year I came back and I was like, I'm gonna make changes. I'm going to change gem. I'm gonna do this that in the next thing and just make changes in that Don feel even better than what have like crazy..

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"kalinda" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show

"Bill tour for bringing him at around four o'clock. We're going to be joined by the great Fyodor million co in studio. So definitely stay tuned for that. All right. We got a lot more to go and he's right. It didn't really feel like an interview to my mom had to say here. She said she's listening and enjoying jail. So there you go. My mom loves jail, but if I'm being honest, she was a little worried that he was going to. You know, bully me a little bit as we were doing the show and doing the all the bad guy PM plus you can watch that every Wednesday by the way on ESPN plus a new episode comes out. And then of course prefight show on Friday before you have see pay per views and. Post-fight show live right after the events. We did one for two, twenty six in Las Vegas, and we're gonna do one for two twenty seven in Los Angeles on August. Fourth, that was the event. Of course we were hoping to have Alexsandr gusts in fight on. Fortunately, that is not going to happen found out yesterday that after trying to Kim, I is rock hold him personas p. him Romero him versus Khalil. Roundtree him versus Anthony Smith. He is not going to fight and he's hopefully going to return around Tober November. So later on in the program we're going to be joined by Gus in matter moments, we're going to be joined by joint culture would who is a fan favorite at a Scotland, a lot of changes in her life. We have not seen her in action in quite some time. And I'm looking forward to talking to her last time we saw her in action was a little over a year ago, July sixteenth of two thousand seventeen in her home country of Scotland. She fought Cynthia Calvi. Oh. But she's returning to action on August twenty. Fifth in Lincoln, Nebraska of all places to fight Kalinda Faria this time. She's fighting one twenty five. She has fought at one twenty five once before against Valerie LaTour. No, she fought her back in two thousand sixteen in Ottawa, Ontario Canada, our nation's capital, and she's now fighting a more natural weight of one, twenty five. She's also living in Las Vegas training with the new team, no longer training with TriStar at a Montreal. So there's a lot of changes in the life of joining Calderwood one of my favorite guests, and I know a lot of you are very excited to hear from her. So in a matter moments, we're gonna be joined by JoAnne. And then after that, we'll be joined by one of the best looking human beings I've ever seen in my life, the great Paolo Kosta Belushi NIA. Who's hoping to return to action in New York. After Powell Costo talked to cats and Gano coming off that big win. Just a. Nine or so days ago in Boise, Idaho Tyron Woodley still to come Frankie. Edgar Anderson Silva so much going on. But for now, let's say Hello to one of my favorite guests. It has been a while since we talked to join college would it has been around a year way too long. And there she is joining us via the magic, a Skype, the one and only Joe, Joe. JoAnn, how're you. Fred. Missed you too. It's been so long. You're all ten now you don't look like a Scottish person anymore. You look like a an American living on the west coast. Yeah. And to be honest, most of this time in Scotland when I was just over there. Okay. They had good weather. Okay. Well, that is very rare, but it is great to see you Joanna. I'm so happy to hear that you're coming back August twenty. Fifth, Lincoln, Nebraska, Kalinda fria. But let's talk about where you've been why. So by the time you fight, it will have been what thirteen months since your last fight, why a long layoff. Basically life happened. So last year was kinda. Injuries and I was on TriStar wasn't ready, happy and. After I had to like my last fate took three months off in a newly walked away from the sport, but the free months off don't mail. And this year I came back and I was like, I'm gonna make changes. I'm going to change gem. I'm gonna do this that in the next thing and just make changes in that Don feel even better than what have like crazy..

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"kalinda" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"kalinda" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"Pablo is saying there is she doesn't like for carnival to arrive because she is a hor- every day. Notice that I didn't say the word bitch, so that if a lot of my friends, a lot of my students translate the word budget into, but it doesn't work like that. Let me tell you why in English, a bitch literally means a female dog, so yet it can be a female FOX or female after, but commonly we talk about bitches as being female dogs also since against the fifteenth century, this word has been used as a derogatory word against women. So if a woman is strong, if a woman is malicious, if it woman is not nice, basically people sometimes call these women bitches. Hi, who weekly her time, longtime beginning of the latest World Cup and who universe crossover. So the World Cup to finish today, and I was feeling the relation president and they're all these pictures of hurt, and it'd be key. And I was like, what is Chris? And I looked into further and it turns out that it's actually cocoa of ice tea and cocoa and the internet is trying to pass off cocoa as the relation president, and I totally fell for it anyway. They form bells. I what happened here. This actually happened two years ago, but because Croatia suddenly like very relevant right now, like hyper relevant because of the World Cup, it started bubbling up again. So two years ago, this woman, oh, God has. Am I gonna get this Kalinda bar key to ROY, Vic? She is. She's the president of Croatia. What are you try Ogun about? 'cause I feel like I got it wrong when went khanate. Like I feel like I'm gonna pronounce his name wrong. It's just a very hard may. Of course you are. You're not Kroeker Barca to robotic. She is the president of Croatia and she got an office in two thousand fifteen. So a year after she got an office, I guess she was like making the rounds. She was doing something. She was in the news for some sort of political reason and this tweet and no one can figure out why it got started. But someone tweeted like, oh, this is Kalinda group to row, Vic. She's the president of Croatia, and someone says, where's the Croatian embassy? As in like this woman so hot like, how can I have I find her, but all the photos are of cocoa not your embassy, your local Croatian embassy and be like president, like, find me where's the hut president? Hello, it's me. I wanna I wanna come into your country because your. Evident is somebody made a fake mean, but it's not a picture of her. They look. They don't look even really look like it's just like they both are white women. The problem is that the problem is that I can't tell if it was intentional or someone, I guess their faces sort of look alike. Look alike may a low rez digital camera. But the point is people fell for it whether or not it wasn't tension or not..

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"kalinda" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kalinda" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"Lot of aunt but ours being one of them and and then suddenly he passed away from cancer and um we wrote what yeah like struck me and i realized the weird we had lost family members and friends stop all in the course of like a year and a half so i was in the studio and wrote one more life and so it was it was really the key lyric him not is the court goes who cares if one more legos doubt and the punchline is i do and the whole point of it is with was written to say like you know at times like these you can't there's there's oftentimes not a lot you can do for somebody who is hurting but you can reach out and say um ham thinking about you i care right uh maybe and sometimes out that's enough so we we you know we wrote that song we re re um chuck you're saying it and it was initially like a a intended to kinda reach out to somebody who had lost some one and now we find ourselves on there leading under that where the fans have taken our own song and played it back to us and let us know that they're they're they're they're you know they're listening america they're thinking about us and it's been really i i can't stress enough how um special and and what are an important role all that is played in in you're getting through if i know that not only the ban but also kalinda chester's wipe in um in his family um have felt the same way it's hard it really is hard to listen to that song tell people about your that it hollywood boy i i think i said earlier there were two thing that came from the interactions with the found and one of them by the way the sector was second thing is i'd gone to rick rubin as a kind of a source of like guidance and said he said i know you guys notice and i know it's yougov you have to your by now you're looking at social media and stuff i i i think you guys need to get onto the age i think that's gonna be the.

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