18 Burst results for "Karinna"

"karinna" Discussed on FT Everything Else

FT Everything Else

05:22 min | 5 months ago

"karinna" Discussed on FT Everything Else

"If we don't teach the next generation the values thing me on channel together we will not succeed and addressing clump or hungry. A lot of people have failed in this fight. Big food conglomerates have stronghold over what public schools serve but what is believe. She can do it. She's become very effective lobbyist. So here's what she's doing. She's running her edible schoolyard program to teach students to garden cook and compost. She's working with the whole university of california system to group food into their carbon neutrality goals which she thinks could be a model. She's opening her own institute for edible education at uc davis and. She says she's writing a book. That proves you actually can provide local healthy lunches at school and it's something that nobody believes it because to the doctor nation of fast food and gesture system. We think we can't do it. And i guess i'm saying we can. I wonder when talking with waters. and whom what. It means to be a towering figure in an industry to wax lyrical about your goals to be an idealist whether that has value. So i asked her. I watched an interview somewhere with you. And the interviewer said do you think of yourself as an absolute best. And you said. I don't think of myself as an absolutist i think of myself as an idealist and i'm curious what it means to you. To be an idealist. I can sit means something can always get better. And i'm just constantly trying to push myself to be incredibly open monte. I cannot be open minded about the purity of food. I insist on but the way that it is cold. And the biodiversity up the world and the production of food is so immense. How could anybody stay firmly in one. I can't i. Can't i guess how an idealist that is always open to a greater reflection greater beauty and as for daniel whom he's also not standing in one place. It's unlikely either of them will ever feel done. And how could you. There's so much to do. I have one more quick question. She's just like you were saying that before this pandemic and you got to the top and felt like you had lost purpose and and now you've done the same and the fashion succeeded in the fact that the weightless so long like first of all is that giving you the satisfaction. You may not have felt before. It's it's unbelievable. Yeah it's bigger than the rest. I think that's why police is so important because shift produces much bigger. And so i did stand on that stage. Those my decision and it was been overwhelming and elevate also scary. Now i feel like i have my work cut out. You're saying you're saying that. Oh yeah now. This has been successful but this hasn't succeeded. You know the asked on one money one season. Yes it's it's a blessing that people are reacting. The way they do but we have to go really deep with this and we're just scratching the surface while these chefs struggle with the idea of how to do the most good. I've got another story from. Fte weekend about the opposite doing bad about sometimes interesting and beautiful things come from exeter actively petty and mean a homeowner who puts a big wall in their garden because they hate their neighbor or another scale a millionaire who erects an entire building out of revenge in is there's a skyscraper called the cavenaugh the kavanagh building it was built in the nineteen thirties and imposing structure overlooking the plaza. San martin and. It's an art deco masterpiece. The building has a hidden story. It was the result of a kind of a doomed love. Affair between two young people. One of them was called corina. Kavanagh that's edwin. Heff kit architecture design critic. She fell in love with the sign of a very wealthy family. An old money family. The mother put a stop to the relationship. Because of the class difference really and corina kavanagh kinda kept this burning in her heart and built a skyscraper action when it went up karinna building with celebrated as the tallest in latin america but she really built it in revenge. The family disapproved of her as new money and this new money skyscraper blocked the view that they're mentioned had of their private church. The building is thirty one stories..

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"karinna" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

03:44 min | 5 months ago

"karinna" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"There are so many things. I enjoyed about this conversation. First thousand mix equal in four languages. But i loved the details. He provided about driving the car because they shot a light on his analytical approach. But i also learned a lot about the man who knew that his mum karinna was where the racing genes really came from. I also loved what he had to say about his father. So many sons of racing drivers try to shun their pedigree and it's refreshing to hear make embrace his father's achievements and also his cars. He clearly loves the run outs that he gets in michael's old races make many. Thanks for your time. It was great to chat and good luck for the remainder of the season. And as ever please send in any stories or thoughts that you have on and remember. I'll read out the best ones next week. Send them to me at tom. Clarkson f. one or use the hashtag f1b on the grid which brings me onto what you sent in about bertrand gas show. After last week show and of course. Bertrand's connection with formula one will forever be linked to the schumacher family because of what happened in the lead up to spa nineteen ninety-one. Let's start with this from for brizio. I didn't know much about gastro story. He says. In fact i thought he was a loose cannon who assaulted a man and deservedly went to jail but thanks to be on the great. I discovered that he's a great guy who should have achieved mush more in his career. Great pod we'll thanks for that fabrizio and yes you're right. Bertrand is a great guy and just imagine if he had the chance to drive the jordan at spa. Thirty years ago what might have achieved ludovic. Montgomery had this to say great interview again thank you. It's a joy to listen to in the car. But sean is such an intelligent man and you can feel his positively the way. He described his formula. One career is strength and how he did speak about his weaknesses and struggles to this. Honesty is rarely seen. Well thank you ludovic. And what really comes across i think is. That bertran is a grown-up. He doesn't make excuses. And as you say that honesty is rarely seen more about this from bench showing. If you've an hour to spare while you're driving or whatever please do listen to this incredible podcast. Thanks man the story of how gash show got banged up and schumacher got his drive from unexpectedly being jailed to try to be tat up to be a getaway driver. It's a corker. Thanks bertran stories about life in jail. Were amazing weren't they. And end with this. From ed spencer listening to bertrand cashews perspective on his time in jail on the thirtieth anniversary of his sentencing is genuinely gripping and shocking at the same time another superb you on the grid podcast and another superb interview on the events of august nineteen ninety-one. Thanks for that as you say. A lot of what bertrand said was both gripping and shocking. What a story. I could read out lots more messes because because we receive loads but we'll leave it there for now and thanks to everyone who wrote in. We love hearing what you have to say. Well that's it for another week. I hope you enjoyed hearing from mick. And don't forget to send in your thoughts and stories on him and as ever. I'll be back next week with another great guests from the world of formula one so see beyond the greatest produced by f. one in association with audio until next time he it out..

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"karinna" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:52 min | 6 months ago

"karinna" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"The hope that he gets out. They contribute to the world so understand this. There are naturally emotions around work that we desire for meaning that gives us meaning one provision to contribution from paycheck to purpose. That's why wrote that new book coming out. We gonna presell next monday. It unpack seven stages to allow you to do that. There are seven stages that will take you through the journey to make the income and the impact stage. One is get clear. You gotta know your talent. You gotta know your passion you gotta know your mission you gotta know what you do best what you love to do most and the results that you most want to produce it's gonna point you to the marketplace there lot of jobs career paths now. It's about stage to get qualified. While getting qualified. I can be in stage three stage two and three together. I'm getting qualified. And i'm getting connected. So i wrote the book. The proximity principle. It's all about the art of connection that leads to opportunities because of your work stage. Three getting connected. You will get an opportunity to start that stage for you get started either in that first job out of college or you're transitioning from one karinna next or how about moving up the ladder. You're always starting right. Something as you move into stage five get promoted. We keep getting promoted promoted promoting it for money. You'll spend most of your time your professional career in this stage vinci get into st six. Get the dream job now. What we've been looking up the whole time. Now we're looking out. We're going to expand the vision and now we're working not just for income at all. It's really about.

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"karinna" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

02:00 min | 7 months ago

"karinna" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Bro. These people he's just such scumbags. And i just want to say to that You know the save. The kids thing is the latest in an involved all these people and so. That's why we're we're talking about them. primarily but this whole trend is way wider than just the face clan and some huge influencers up to the the fucking kardashians Have been involved in these sort of rug. Poll now You know degree of their involvement is is is unknown and they you know. In most cases they probably just got paid Without really understanding what they were man supporting the list is wild. I actually i have a partial list. Here oh gimme that. let's This this was pulled from a comment on. Read it that i came across of people that have done this. Half who rice gum in ross. Jake paul tanna montjeu summer. Rae keam star. Half of the phase clan. Karinna comp and scotty sire from the. Vox scotty yeah little. Yadi kim kardashian. Floyd mayweather sam sam pepper deep cut and they three hours This one has a big asterisk and says allegedly. I don't know anything about this. But mr beast apparently was involved in one of these at one point and and countless more It's just it. It's getting complete. Be surprised me but everyone else on that list is like what exactly the people i expect to be involved in this no fucking morals no care just give me the money and fuck everyone right reality amd in this list. His is the only name that has a little annotation that that one's not a heart. I know he's involved. In crypto of i don't i mean he's rich as fuck. I don't think he needs to be involved like i. I don't know the details. I don't know the details either. Here's one great banger. From came star. Someone said weren't you. Scamming people with crypto coins. He said yes..

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"karinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"karinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"Couple miles dude. So you you call me a while back and told me we're started this walking thing like doing this every day. Yeah it's a good way to just brainstorm. Stressed out. True walks smiles every single day. And you make calls doing it right. Yeah exactly. I just call random people. I just go down my contact list so cool. That's crazy he's like this for four months. I finally got right boy was good brother. Yeah we want you to go. I was shy actually prefer to just set them up over them up for them to the show and just have them on the show. Go to say nice. I'm gonna. I'm gonna point you towards me. Yeah yeah that's right i saw. We're actually just closing out here. If if you were here. What would you ask her in a into this. I guess very nice. They've run amazing. Actually i think i have to say that. Yes no. they've actually pretty good. I told you that yeah no good. I'm i'm still a little nervous. But we're we're getting there. jimmy. I've got a question. This this hub karinna. You're really good with money. And she's coming up on a lot of money and quickly to and she wants to buy a house but isn't sure if it's the right time to buy because the market is hot she didn't want over overspend. Would you recommend any any specific investments or anything smart to do with their money in the meantime while she waits for the housing market to cool off the sounds the best investment right now for people at our position literally just social media art career. You can invest in real estate in w money and five years all this other stuff or you know if you just went hard on social media make ten times more the next year. You know what i mean so literally. Whatever.

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"karinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

05:14 min | 7 months ago

"karinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"That i had so many tweets on it and i was in a car and i was like head out the sunroof and it was like twenty fourteen or something was recording myself. I said i think the bug but it was being cut it. You know it was. It was back in like the vine chop chop johnnie ochre and i mean hundreds and hundreds of people were like she said the n. Word and i said all the bug. And when i called today that i couldn't believe that i had to quote it but i called the sweet and said hey. I'm really sorry if you thought like this is not what i said here. And everyone's like oh. We know you didn't say that but it was like hundreds of people that had quote you this before. I said anything like we're convinced. I had said this only what i feel. You usually just ignore it. I know i don't people thinking that and the fact that it is fucking crazy. I'm going thinking everything. I know the time on me. Super like yeah. That's like somebody's thinking something all the time. Like there's someone out there right now. Who thinks that karinna cop is a fucking russian agent. You know what i'm saying up. How does them now. i'm done. Yeah no who is the last person you addressed publicly. That's two in one show. Ladies record. Tannock who's alaska. Who's the last comment that you've addressed like. Has anyone said anything that really gets under your skin that you feel like you need to respond to know and i told you the one that she's up with all of la something new. We'll use to have some pretty serious back and forth with the men with the k. At the beginning of his name. Kim star. While i was just going to leave it at that. You guys hates me. I don't know what it is but he fucking hates me. What do you think the problem is. I don't fuck it now. have you ever said anything. Mean to upset now he just hates me for being a woman who's on the internet and assumes that every time i talked to anybody who has some sort of internet fame. I'm like dick writing them for cloud in. I don't know i've seen that. I've also seen your relationships with the people that you're like public with people though. I've really fucked like i'm not. This is not bad thing. But i really fucked up. I ever being any what like public with aidan. A truly is the biggest mistake of my life. Because i still. I was talking about this earlier. I still consistently get comments on. Everyone of my fucking tweets like yeah ratio with one like kriens ratio like jobless. Free like weird shit or. I'm like just like one word or one letter jobless freak. Yeah so. I don't know i don't know i don't think it doesn't matter if i test but ricky called me one day was like hey do you wanna do aden's stream again like squash. The beef and i was like ricky now like you couldn't pay me to go. I don't want that like. I don't want that anymore..

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"karinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

04:08 min | 7 months ago

"karinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"You can start having longer-lasting sex back to the program had be so you have this weird relationship as a lot of people watching this. No with a man by the name of air. Cool air conditioner. Have you ever fucked up air. Cool before i i. He is like a brother to me. Which is weird to say. Because i took his virginity. I'm sorry what did you just say steps this way. All the on wait. I did not know this. I took his virginity but ever since then we just have like a very. It sounds fucking weird. Since i virginia but we have a very like. He's like a brother to me like truly he lives with me and i just like wail on. I beat the shit but you think that that's why he lets you son him because you took his card like he looks like he's just like your like like you know that tick-tock trend words like here's some milky because you wanna act like a little bitch or whatever he has now for you did that. You did that trend. Is that how you are with air. Cool no i mean. I don't know what you're just like. i always like. I punched him because my brother and you guys live together. We live together out of question for you. That i asked you once i love and i said yeah he's awesome. Oh cool because this question asked me. I said karinna Say you of getting a serious relationship you find a you fancy you know and he wanted develop something with them you really start to fall in love and he comes over and then he finds out that the guy you're living with you've had sex with right like you like you like you hooked up with your roommate if i was talking to a girl. It's a fresh start. And i go to her house and she has a room in that she's hooked up with. That would make me uncomfortable..

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"karinna" Discussed on Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast

Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"karinna" Discussed on Mouthpiece Wrestling Podcast

"She learns. Some current is worldwide since she was with them up to that was the south for the priests and missing. What what she thoughts do you think. Priestess super talented like super talented. I hope they do something they could do. Some shopping with him. He's going gonna be an icy champion by summer slime. I'd think so. I think i would hug him. Set agree that even. Maybe you could see priests shabbat like want to see that. He chambers on a random week when he's doing these open challenges i think. So because like po- carrillo absolutely destroyed interesting karinna latifah karol with facial. Hair sir he'll grew up with go. Beat the and facial hair. Yeah it wasn't even a match. Was i think you just be up. Wants to see but what are you going to say what. Oh man buried.

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Shedding Light on Bats and Covid-19

Eyes on Conservation Podcast

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Shedding Light on Bats and Covid-19

"Welcome to the is on conservation podcasts. I'm Gregory Haddock and I'm joined here with Kristin how you doing kristen. I'm doing great despite you know. Despite Dave forty four forty five forty six. I don't even count anymore. What's know what's the point now? It's a win Big Day. Quarantine. That's right five. Eighty to one hundred four. You know. There's just numbers that's the old world and we're on the new world down we are. We are so yeah. I'm excited to be here today to talk to you about one of my favorite subjects. Yes we definitely are looking forward to this conversation. I in particular now people who are listening to the show right now may not realize that. Kristen is actually directing and producing a feature length film called the invisible mammal all about the life of bats. And obviously right now. That's a really strange timing right. I don't know how you might define that. But I know for a lot of people at home hearing all these different things about bats and how they may or may not be responsible for the situation. Take it away like what's been your experience. You've had a obviously talked to a lot of different experts in this field. What's what's been the outcome of that. Basically I had big plans for twenty twenty. A lot of people had big plans. For Twenty twenty my big plans for this year all revolved around doing a lot of field work in filming the work of Bat Scientist Bat researchers across North America. You know here in California. I was going to go back to Michigan Upper Peninsula and I was probably also going to go back to Texas to film the Work of these amazing bat scientists who are stopping at nothing to find solutions to the bat pandemic of White Nose Syndrome. That has been just decimating populations across the continent east to West. North to south. Since two thousand six like I said I had plans I had shoots lined up and then incomes Karinna virus and I'm still hosting fundraising events and all of a sudden people at my fundraising events. Start asking me about corona virus and whereas that's not necessarily the focus of by film or had not been now it definitely is and because the scientists are no longer able to do any more about research out on the field. Do any research in the field right now no since April tenth the. Us government suspended all field research but on top of all of that the researchers themselves have decided voluntarily that because they don't want to use any additional P P that could be going to hospitals and healthcare workers that they themselves have been stopping. The field research during the pandemic is just safer for everybody at safer for the bats and safer for all of the healthcare workers who are trying to do their jobs right so as a result of not being able to do any filming out in the field and no fundraising events and no nothing. I decided the best thing to do. Would be to try to set up some interviews with the experts through online meeting and some guests here so tell us a little bit about them. What would you have for us today? Said the first interview is going to be with Dr Winifred Frick who is the chief scientist at Bat Conservation International and she's also an associate research professor in ecology and evolutionary biology at UC. Santa Cruz and Dr Frick is of the characters in my film the invisible mammal the connection between bats and current virus and couvert nineteen. I knew that she would be the right person to talk to to get the facts to clear up any misinformation and just to share the knowledge that she has about bats with Oliver Listeners. Will share it with us. What's your okay. Let's go thank you for joining us. My pleasure to be here. How has the coveted nineteen pandemic changed the focus of your work at Bat Conservation International? Like most people here in the United States and really over large parts of the world were sheltered in place. We're doing our part to prevent the spread of the novel current of Iris. And so you know for our work here at BCI by Conservation International. We do a lot of travel. We do a lot of field work. And so of course. We put a pause on that but the focus of our work stays essentially the same. Organization's mission is dedicated to protecting bat populations around the world and ensuring that no bats go extinct and of course the most fun parts of that job getting out into the field and working with bats directly and visiting the places where in their habitats where they need to be protected. But there's lots that we can do to protect bats from our home offices and so where everybody. Fbi is still working hard every day and doing like everybody around the world of working on our work. Life Integration of homeschooling our kids while working hard on data analysis report writing scientific publications and connecting with our partners to around the world. Making sure everybody safe and doing everything we can to protect bats and protect ourselves so most everybody around the globe is in the same situation. Our lives have just been completely changed by the colonel virus pandemic and everyone is also following the news and the connection between bats and current virus. Can you explain how scientists were able to make that connection? It's important to know that we don't yet know how the novel current virus spilled into the human population and the the pandemic that we're experiencing is caused from human to human transmission of this novel strain of Corona Virus. What we do know from pass work by some really excellent scientists who study zone attic disease so diseases that are caused from viruses that naturally occur in wildlife populations. Is that this group of Beta current viruses. Which is sort of the family of current viruses that the SARS covy to which is the technical name of the virus that's causing the CO vid pandemic cove. It is what we call the disease caused by the virus and SARS Cova to is the technical name of the virus itself more commonly called the novel Corona virus so SARS Kobe to the novel. Current virus is part of this. Beta Kerr virus family and what we know is that there are lots of different. Beta Corona viruses found in wild bat populations. It's presumed that the original strain of this. What was likely in a bat in China but how it then got from the bats into the human population is still a scientific mystery and something that people are working on. Oftentimes those spillover events happen through an intermediate host in the case of SARS which is closely related to this current virus it came through an intermediate host of civic cat which was harvested in in markets. And there's some evidence or there's been some work that suggests that perhaps penguins are working as the intermediate host in this case although that's still under active investigation and it's we just don't know yet. Exactly how the spillover event happened

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"karinna" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Our guest is Karinna Archer, education group sales manager, from one to works here to tell us all about it. Welcome the Tennessee matters. Thank you. Jimmy after this morning. Glad you're here. Now I have to ask after going through the website. Where did the concept of wonder works come from the concept of has a backstory? Professor wonder you may have heard the story. Professor wonder was in the Bermuda. Triangle with the top scientists in the world, and he was harnessing the power of a tornado and experiment, went awry. Backstory. Wow. That's a good story. And I'm guessing you may have a an exhibit with professor wonder there. At wonder words, we certainly one of my newest exhibits features the spatial reality, or spatial augmented reality, and it is where professor tells the story of how we're a science laboratory turned upside down, and he had on the ceiling, he's on the floor. He's all around. You telling his story graphics, it's a lot of fun now. This is not the same as the hurricane shack though. Direct hurricane. Check is one of the exhibits inside one to work, so. Yeah. And you can experience hurricane wins there. We have over a hundred interactive exhibits inside wonder works, and we're divided into zones as you go through you encounter. The disaster zone you can count on the challenge down the space done. We have a wonder zone enlighten sound. And so there's a hundred interactive exhibits, you know within those Jones and also our gallery of wonders. And so as you're experiencing different things you'll find out that we're a great fit for all ages of the family, which I want.

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"karinna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:17 min | 2 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I think. Against it are the folks that maybe do a little bit of their bottom line. It's going to take it. And that. People are going to keep we're gonna grow regardless. We need to make sure that they have protections, and if they get caught growing small amounts, but they're not going to jail for that. The law enforcement point here in Colorado. Recently changed the law in two thousand eighteen in Colorado, because under the old medical law, you could grow a great number of plants on your properties, like ninety eight ninety nine and they're obviously, yes, we're neighbor concerns. But also, we have interviewed members of the law enforcement community here at CPR who talked about concerns of people sort of growing, and diverting the black market, or growing, and sending it across state lines. So that's the reason that we had scaled back. I think it's a max of ten twelve plants rather now, but this is a hard thing to get everybody to agree on listeners. If you're just joining us, this is ask a, legal state, and national conversation about pot from WNYC in New York, which is not illegal state, and Colorado public radio, which is we're focusing on different aspects of the debate and the reality of legalized recreational marijuana. And I think. We have a caller from a non legal state my own. In fact, who wants to ask question of someone from the legal state as a topic in this segment is the business. The industry of legal recreational cannabis Daniel in Manhattan, you're on legal state. Daniel. Hi, my major question is for Colorado all the legal space. What sort of rolling standards are our news? So, for instance, does anyone just get to who gets her license. Good to use ingredients they want to grow this stuff because I know in California, you know, there's a big push for organic weed. And even some co do tester marijuana to make sure it is indeed organic in that no horrible poisons, or insecticides stuff news. Very concern. I have a twenty one year old daughter that smokes on see some stuff she has. And I really question really? Is there anything in Colorado? Call it standards growing standards or or. Process. Then Marcus business reporter for Colorado public radio. Can you answer Daniels question? Yeah. I would say that once every few months, maybe in Colorado, there's an advisory because dispensary or grow operation has used a pesticide of some sort. Sometimes they find pesticide residues on medical marijuana products, recreational marijuana products. Those those advisories were hitting a little more about four or five years ago, they become fewer and farther between I think as marijuana dispensaries learn to, to work within the rules and use the products that are approved. But yes. In a combination between the department of revenue, which really manages, the seed to sail regulation in Colorado, and the department of agriculture and public health, so you have multiple agencies that get involved to make sure that what is being grown. And what people are consuming is safe Karinna in Los Angeles. Yeah. Go ahead. Just really quick. So every state actually has rules around pesticide use and have mandated testing as welcome third parties. So we know that everything that is getting patients to say in the thresholds that are actually said on testing for these heavy metals and pesticides, and other residuals left in cannabis as far lower than even most food products that someone would would be eating. And one of the big hurdles there is that we generally have to use only products on cannabis that are approved at the federal EPA letter labelled for cannabis in with the federal illegality. Obviously, there aren't many products labelled. So they're very benign substances that folks are allowed to use or things like predatory mites, and integrated pest management programs, generally have a cleaner cannabis coming out, most tomatoes, you'll find the grocery store, but we're gonna see that changes federal the galaxy comes around maybe get some little bit more integrated into this, and that's also see that, that federal organic certification come around as well. But we unfortunately cannot touch those standards until that several. Provision cave on we, we talked earlier about your state legalization model that you group, the minority cannabis business association has put out aiming at equity, and how just about zero states have adopted it. I see a group also has a model municipal. One can cities go their own way on this and do better at making the growth of the cannabis industry, the birth of illegal cannabis industry form of reparation as you put it before, or something else that aims at equity on the municipal level. Clarify one thing, Massachusetts and chilling title cannabis mission shoes, appointing founding board member Canopus business association she sits on that commissioning created a great equity program that we have there that we would love to see get implemented. And as as an addition because of the lack of capital, bailable cities, preneurs really get off the ground. But yes, municipalities hold a lot of weight and power in this conversation. Colorado. For example, the state is ultimately just doing background check on you making sure you're not behind on your taxes that you're not a criminal that you're good moral character that you administratively check all their boxes. But it's up to those local municipalities when it comes down to owning and tax rates in the number of licenses that they're allowing we're seeing this play out in California right now. Polities at the end of the day in a lot of these different states. Really hold the power as to who gets these licenses where these businesses are located. And if there's any sort of equity programs that's going to allow some of these marginalized folks to to get the game. That's a very good point. Because when you talk about expunge or rather getting rid of these marijuana criminal convictions right now. There's not a lot of changes that allow for it at the Colorado state level. But the cities of Denver and boulder are able to offer relief programs, but cave on love that you mentioned about the barrier to starting a business in the marijuana industry, being pre existing wealth. Can you talk about like, how much does it cost to open a cannabis store, and we've got fifteen seconds for this answer? And then we're at a time for the segment. During one of these very limited market. He's so states York example, has five licenses gonna spend ten to twenty million dollars to set up full scale production facility now dispensaries in Colorado, you know, maybe retail for thousand but cultivation you're probably going to spend about half a million dollars to do anything substance, meet the scale necessary to compete cave on colored by then Marcus Alison Martin, thank you all so much for getting off to a good start here. Escalate state continues. Joining us.

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"karinna" Discussed on X96

X96

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on X96

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"karinna" Discussed on Nightline

Nightline

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on Nightline

"Sorta with a tube of GU a YouTube channel, and the dream Karinna Garcia styles herself as the Queen of slime. She's met a fortunate gained a fan base, sculpting, mashing and prodding creations of slime the kids just can't get enough of here's ABC's auction. Sing. This is the house that slide. Meet twenty five year old Karina Garcia. Aka the Queen of sly the more you need the heavier thicker gets a huge part of my life. This is why you don't make I spend like eighty percent of my life. I guess live. I sound insane. Almost nine million subscribers on YouTube key shows young fans, how to make all types of slimes with different textures and sense, even doing slime challenges, and they going to be the biggest challenge I've done by far from contact solution to shaving cream and glue and odd talking a ton of blue. This line is really activated kids across the country are inspired by Corinna. We made much more lotion within raving their parents medicine cabinets to make the stretchy est. Messia scoop around Corinna is a part of a new generation of YouTubers who are turning their channels into full-fledged brands and businesses creating an empire out of slime. I'll take it everywhere. With me. I feel like I literally saw like one of those people on one of those shows are like obsessed with something weird. But you have to try to understand how much of a craze is slime, really silky. Now. We are seeing slime even incorporated in toys. Twenty nineteen is really the year of slime talk to me about the celebrity of Korean Garcia. Probably more recognizable to a kid than you know, if they saw a famous actor walking down the street, I'm she's part of their day to day. They're watching her online. They want to emulate her green success is all very new. They have Rando beads just three years ago. She was a millennial trying to figure out of her life on the weekends as a waitress. I didn't even know what the heck I was going to do with. My life on week Corinna started posting makeup tutorials. And do it yourself craft videos on YouTube channel started off as crafting and it still is. But I found just a simple recipe on Pinterest. And then you're going to have some glitter to it. And it was just going to be another how to do another DIY on my channel just at any kind of detergent, I believe and it actually did really well to people loved it. Because there wasn't a lot of videos on YouTube. And then boom, I feel like everything after that is like a blur. But before she became synonymous with flying. It was humble beginnings. I mean three years ago like it's crazy because we're we're living in a two bedroom mobile home at the time. We didn't have a lot, and we really liked struggle the growing up. So now, I'm like what the heck is our life with folk gravy. I didn't never in a million years thought that slime would be my career. Now Corinna make six figures and make slime from Los Angeles mansion, this is the room that holds all the lime supplies. We have a bunch of Bs at in. This is a bunch of them, for example, blue raspberry, we have bubble gum, which is cake batter. They all smell. So I'm gonna get some blue over here. Thirty court industrial mixer to make big batches at that famous line. Just keep adding a little bit of time have patience, and then you'll see it come to light. So this is the one that we made this thing hold about while. So there's a lot here. This is a few thousand dollars in this in this manner. It's crazy. And Karina is constantly coming up with new concoctions. This year, she traveled to New York City, the annual toy where at the Javits center it's or buyers and sellers.

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"karinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

Impaulsive with Logan Paul

04:38 min | 3 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul

"And so do you do you notice? Now, how do you start to sense that it's time like it's common? Like, it's time to take a break. When I like, I have a lot like when I started spending a lot of breakdowns. I think I don't know it just I think I've I've gone down where I like, I don't push myself anymore too much. 'cause that I don't know yet. I I'm able to send it when I'm having breakdowns, and I feel depressed, and I and I don't wanna leave my room, and I'm like crying every day. Like, that's when I know I'm like, okay asked to stop. And also, I have a great people around me. So they're able to like tell me like you need to stop around. Gone. How your crew click? I think I'm a I'm like kind of like in the lot of little groups, I'm floating. Yeah. But yeah. Vox God's one of them. Cool people in there. Explain a little bit squats blogs gone. David the call themselves, the locks did your sound cut out. Yeah. They happen. Does it back? David Dobric like, okay. Who do you who are you especially tell you with in that group? There's one she's got like an F. I don't even say last name. It's cop o Karinna Karenina, cough, cough. Yeah. You don't even say the P now. So was that evident was your first kiss? That's incredible. Yeah. Way. What I guess was with Karenin did not see that one. Yeah. No, not earner correct off. Yeah. P cough. Yes. Cop out, isn't it? No, current a cough. Yes. That's my that was my first actually the first I didn't know her beforehand. I'm like dmt her just like I was just like, hey, if I you out to Canada believe my first kiss me, and she said, yeah. And then like within the next day she came over and she left's. That's amazing. You used over her mouth. Yeah. Oh, yeah. I do that. I'm going to be some sort of media like right? Well, I can't do that how call someone in for a kiss. I mean, just like was the enter and the satellite phone like dial in Cam. This is worse. This is like a legit. That's a real. So I I've been I've been waiting to have or I think we've been waiting to have someone on the podcasts could tell us what it's like to kiss her. And it's good to finally have someone sitting at this table that could could talk about that. What was it like what was it like to kiss current a cop because I yeah. It was great. I mean was a tongue. Just let's touching ten a solid eight press of who we look in our though impressive. I mean I- parents. Yeah. Hey guys, by the way, quick shout out. Anybody wants to talk shit to spend today on the comments. I wouldn't fucking do it here through soil, boys. Dad, and so I've always mom don't fuck. So it hadn't so. I wouldn't recommend. That's okay. This this coming up with you that you made. Yes. This is one of my favorite videos. That's you did I think I actually tweeted at you about what did I say? Isn't it like this is dope or some? About Logan is like he he has genuine emotions packed behind something like that. Never know. He means I love you. You're the best thing that's ever happened to me my ex and I had a lot of conversations about that. Really? Yeah. And and it's it's been a thing about acting coach used to often tell me we do our scene go to acting school. Now. I don't I the way it works. Is you do you're seeing you sit down he gives you whatever. And he'd be like slogan that how you feeling right now. And I'm like good. Okay. In twenty years old, and you're a grown, man. No more. Discover your motions with good or. So I had to go home for like a week and like write down how his feelings hard. How you feel right now? Good. From Ohio from Ohio. What do they expect from you? Do I want you to I want you? I want to do something with you. I wanna do wreck. I want you to direct or write something the for me. I don't know what I've wanted to do this for a little long time..

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"karinna" Discussed on Guys We F****d

Guys We F****d

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on Guys We F****d

"Yeah. And I dig it there's some print. Yeah. Yeah. All of this list of things that we like wanted a person. And I think of the people that have been in my life who meant the most to me, and I'm like, oh, yeah. They didn't have any of those things that I was looking for because none of that stuff. Math in a lot more flexible when it comes to that though. Yeah. Yes. Never go off static ever. You don't know. Because I just go off the feeling, but I happen to have date really Huck is I think, but like not all of them. Oh, he's so handsome, but an unconventional way. Yeah. Yeah. I used to work on the that's what I really liked about him. And I love his voice, I really attracted to somebody voice. And I've never I've never fucked. Fuck buddy. Who could make me laugh? I'm always the one making the person laugh, and it was nice take a break from that. But yeah, it's always it's personality in vibe. That's why I'm seeing the apps for like the problem the amount of time the amount of time it takes to actually meet the person to and that's the beginning. It's almost like you're spending too long buying the ticket to get into the bar. You might as well just be walking around all day. I think there's also a gold mine in there for someone to create a dating up with like a voice feature like you can recall. Yeah. We talked about doing it not that we know anything. Smell them. Well, smell would be great. That's technology that we won't have for a little prince their dick to your home. So you. You gotta get on the phone that person as soon as possible and women are the problem women. It's like it's coming. It's coming like ever, look like, you know, you look at like chat rooms, like member AOL chat rooms are eleven women in here and eleven thousand men in here. So they're getting just getting it from all angles. So we're looking at the clock that we have to stop. But we do have to stop Justin. Thank you so much for. Get to know you better. Thanks for coming on. And being we find you. Where can hear you social media yourself Karinna has been on my podcast? No disrespect myself and Mike Vecchione. Her episode is fantastic. Christina will be on it doing day on your Berkeley. We'll have to get you something that make it.

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"karinna" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

F1: Beyond The Grid

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on F1: Beyond The Grid

"Yes here and he had horses when he Karenna obviously has a lot of horses, and then already ten had horses and loves them and loves raining toward that she does. But Michael was not so much into that. But because Coronel was so much into it. And he was always been so close to current. I kind of share that because he was always saying I remember when he was the first time when he was Ferrari when he when he retired. He said, you know, Karinna has. Dedicated so much time to my passion. I want to give back to her. Now dedicate my time to her passion. And that's what he did. So you mentioned his retirement from Ferrari the end of two thousand six I remember that Brazilian Grand Prix last race of that year. He went from hanging. Go to punch on the opening lap. Didn't any went from nineteenth fourth one of his best races. How how difficult was it for him to step away from Ferrari the team that he'd had so much success with when it was clearly difficult because it was really his passion. And and yeah, as you say he had so much success, but even more it was such close group of friends in a way that that that team was built into such a close relationship. Everybody had been so close, you know, so it was really very difficult. But then at that time because at that time, especially not maybe not in not anymore into those and six but years before there was always racing testing racing testing. And michael. He did a lot of testing because he wanted to make sure and some point also the tires were little bit. Maybe not the best or not the better ones. So he did a lot of testing and that obviously was very draining and into doesn't six he already felt that a lot. I mean, the the two thousand six season, even if it would have been nearly another world championship season was very difficult for his for his physical condition. He had a really sometimes neck problems. And we didn't want anybody to understand that obviously because it would have obviously influenced the championship. But it was clearly like this at that point. It was time for him to go seven eight nine two thousand seven hundred nine he he was away from Formula one. I think he did a bit with Ferrari knee sort of often on an ambassadorial role. But did you see a very different Michael in those threes. Are clearly I mean, he was really of. And I really remember kind of in going into this two thousand seven year. He really looked at me and say, you know, don't even call me for the next half year. You know, I am not available for anything and an equity even understand it. You know, really mean? Yeah, he he clearly meant that. He was he wanted to enjoy the time with his family, and he really wanted to enjoy the things he always wanted to do and still did. But even wanted to do them more often. And but but really clearly he wanted to spend time with his family and with his friends, and he didn't he didn't really have any desire to come back. Actually, he was really happy with his retirement. So it was more down to Russ than kind of to kind of putting the fire economic even to the tested in order to replace Philippe. When he had this problem with nine without the neck problem. Now, definitely had that the the crash in Hungary. But thing which came to a Samad. I don't know the word in the spring was. Yeah. Couldn't drive. So then might was asked to drive and that was kind of at that point. He felt you know, he was kind of. And then he did it. He he couldn't do it and because of his neck, but he did the test. And he he saw that it. I mean, even of course, he had his neck problems. So he could not have driven it then. But he felt that he could still drive. So what reignited the fire, I think? Yes. So when he said, you Sabine I'm gonna go back full-time with Mercedes..

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"karinna" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"And if you're paying attention you start to realize that he's no longer making sense. And he tells you things that start not being true. And you start to be inside his psyche. Yeah. And when I first met Paul he asked me if I knew what a recessive performance was. And I did he's talking with his great book called notes on the cinematographer by Brisson that which linka I mean that was kind of the perfect actor for Schrader at this moment. Richard Linklater, give me that book in nineteen ninety four when we're talking about before sunrise, and 'cause he also gave me shredders transcendental style. And film in kind of breaking down the rule. Rules of what is Hollywood filmmaking is designed to entertain you. It is designed to occupy your time from the time you get out of work to the time, you any forbid, and you don't have to think it's going to tell you when to cry. It's gonna the music's gonna tell you when to be scared, the energy of Socrates gonna tell you when to be excited, and you can kind of just turn off and take a ride does different kind of cinema that is inviting you and your creativity to join the movie that's diary of a country priests. Winter light a lot of movies in the fifties. Where there was an intersection between literature, and film, and film wasn't such complete big business and people feel like the job of a movie is to entertain you fanny Alexander's job, isn't too. Wow. You its job is somewhere similar to what into Karinna his job is. And it's inviting you it's it is entertaining you, but it's also asking you to join it. Yeah. And that's. The Paul wanted to do and recessive performance doesn't try to juggle until you jokes and cry and take out your sword and do swashbuckling tricks. You know, it's inviting you to participate in a dialogue with me. Yeah. And the challenge is more like a guided meditation Jones, does that am I making sense. Yeah. I think so going to hear more about what you mean by that will. A performance. It's got to be full of secrets if you have dinner with somebody, and they're full of secrets an emotional crisis. That dinner will be hypnotize ING, right? You know, if you go to dinner with somebody, and they tell you jokes, and you know, and they have great stories and bubble. You don't even ice time whatever, but somebody who's in true emotional crisis. If there they might change your life. They might radicalize your life in drawing you in the reveling you in the drooling you into their psychic. So how do you approach that mechanically or do you or or it's called life's work? You know, totally honest with you like people think acting is about memorizing lines and things like that. Or they think it's about a celebration of personality like, whoa. Isn't that person? Amazing. You know in really at its finest. It's void of that. It's the complete loss of personality in service of a larger story, you you start to realize every aspect of yourself that identifies personality is largely artificial superficial..

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"karinna" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"karinna" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"And if you're paying attention you start to realize that he's no longer making sense. And he tells you things that start not being true. And you start to be inside his psyche. Yeah. And when I first met Paul he asked me if I knew what a recessive performance was. And I did he's talking with his great book called notes on the cinematographer by Brisson that which linka I mean that was kind of the perfect actor for Schrader at this moment. Richard Linklater, give me that book in nineteen ninety four when we're talking about before sunrise, and 'cause he also gave me shredders transcendental style. And film in kind of breaking down the rule. Rules of what is Hollywood filmmaking is designed to entertain you. It is designed to occupy your time from the time you get out of work to the time, you any forbid, and you don't have to think it's going to tell you when to cry. It's gonna the music's gonna tell you when to be scared, the energy of Socrates gonna tell you when to be excited, and you can kind of just turn off and take a ride does different kind of cinema that is inviting you and your creativity to join the movie that's diary of a country priests. Winter light a lot of movies in the fifties. Where there was an intersection between literature, and film, and film wasn't such complete big business and people feel like the job of a movie is to entertain you fanny Alexander's job, isn't too. Wow. You its job is somewhere similar to what into Karinna his job is. And it's inviting you it's it is entertaining you, but it's also asking you to join it. Yeah. And that's. The Paul wanted to do and recessive performance doesn't try to juggle until you jokes and cry and take out your sword and do swashbuckling tricks. You know, it's inviting you to participate in a dialogue with me. Yeah. And the challenge is more like a guided meditation Jones, does that am I making sense. Yeah. I think so going to hear more about what you mean by that will. A performance. It's got to be full of secrets if you have dinner with somebody, and they're full of secrets an emotional crisis. That dinner will be hypnotize ING, right? You know, if you go to dinner with somebody, and they tell you jokes, and you know, and they have great stories and bubble. You don't even ice time whatever, but somebody who's in true emotional crisis. If there they might change your life. They might radicalize your life in drawing you in the reveling you in the drooling you into their psychic. So how do you approach that mechanically or do you or or it's called life's work? You know, totally honest with you like people think acting is about memorizing lines and things like that. Or they think it's about a celebration of personality like, whoa. Isn't that person? Amazing. You know in really at its finest. It's void of that. It's the complete loss of personality in service of a larger story, you you start to realize every aspect of yourself that identifies personality is largely artificial superficial..

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