23 Burst results for "Kasha"

How Will Postponed Games Help The Boston Bruins?

Poke the Bear

02:31 min | 4 months ago

How Will Postponed Games Help The Boston Bruins?

"Bruins will be they will not have their upcoming games against the Buffalo Sabres both postponed due to Buffalo. Cobra late issues not bruised related issues. How do these poems postponed games affect the Bruins going forward? Well, if you want to look at the negatives first, which I think the only real negative there for the Bruins the fact that they're not going to you know, they're going to add those off to schedule later on when you already got a pretty compressed 56-game schedule like the last thing you want is to just kind of drop those games, you know in March April with the schedule really sets picking up there. So that's Thursday. The only drawback um and the immediate, you know, you look at losing those two games off the schedule probably helps the Bruins right? Because one obviously the priority it's not like this is an outbreak on the email. They didn't you know play a team that you're going to see guys also get held out cuz of, you know contact tracing or testing so the room starts your vote on that regard. But yeah losing those two games for right now seems like it's a I wouldn't say it's good fortune for the Bruins, but they definitely could use it right especially that that's Saturday game. If you play that Saturday home game against the Sabres you're looking at three games in four nights for this team and you look at you know, the amount of guys they already have on the Shelf with the bruskin grzelcyk and Kasha and stood Anika and you add in the fact that you know, they get through that Washington seriously doubt anyone getting really injure like put on the Shelf but held yeah. Yeah exactly, but you still got quite a few guys with bumps and bruises Bruce Cassidy said so the fact that song Um, you know, I'm Bruce Cassidy more or less said that you know, maybe they practiced on Saturday, maybe maybe Sunday but having you know, four days off without actual games is a good choice, you know a good break for the Bruins in terms of letting them rest of these guys who have taken maintenance days as of late. Plus it allows you then to rest a guy like Chris like in Nebraska who would be back pretty soon both guys already started skating at Warrior. So rather than you know, Rush those guys back or have to play know another two games against Buffalo without those guys in the lineup you could rest of those guys, you know work back at their own pace and potentially going to go back on the road again next week have all of a sudden your you know, your second pairing defenseman and your top six guy back in the lineup, so I'm obviously not ideal when you you're having games postponed due to covid-19.

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Trump Administration Adds Tariffs To Some Merchandise Out Of France

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:29 min | 6 months ago

Trump Administration Adds Tariffs To Some Merchandise Out Of France

"If you're looking to buy a new handbag some cognac or a lipstick you could be looking at higher prices. That's because the trump administration is putting new tariffs on goods from europe. Npr's scott horsely explains. Why judy taylor runs. An upscale boutique in new york city called madison avenue tour. Among the items she sells are luxury handbags from paris which can retail for thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars. We specialize in her mess. We have a robust online website and by appointment only showroom business online has been good. Taylor says even during the pandemic. if you can't travel and you want to do something for the holidays the chances are you're gonna buy something luxurious but the cost of importing. French handbags is about to go up as of today. The trump administration is imposing a twenty five percent tariff on more than a billion dollars worth of french imports including lipstick. Fancy soap and handbags. That's a challenge for taylor who was already facing higher prices for bags. As a result of factory shutdowns last spring little happen is basically the same thing that happened with everything passed onto the consumer. The administration says his living. These tariffs in retaliation for france's new tax on digital services which critics say unfairly targets. Us tech giants like google and facebook match years has an industry. Trade group called the computer and communications industry association when our trading partners are mating their new taxes after us companies it's clear their targeting american business for discriminatory treatment and it's necessary to take a stand and the new tax on handbags not the outgoing president's only parting tariff shot next week the administration courts new import taxes on cognac and certain wines from france and germany christine cacho of the distilled spirits council knows other european winds were already hit with import taxes as part of a long running battle over government. Subsidies for revel jet makers boeing and airbus. It's very unfortunate that our industry continues to be a victim in these trade disputes. That have nothing to do with our industry but that kind of collateral damage is not unusual in a trade war. Scotland succumb of libertarian. Cato institute notes that european tariffs took game at bourbon in an effort to get the attention of kentucky. Senator mitch mcconnell. The idea is to cause some pain to export orders. That are politically connected. American whiskey exports to europe have plunged by forty one percent since those tariffs were imposed. The kasha says the pain is not limited to mcconnell's home you know. American whiskey is actually exported from us distillers located in thirty nine states. So it's not just the kentucky or tennessee issue it really is united states. Shoe get got a couple of weeks. The new biden administration will take charge of us trade policy while the president-elect has promised a more conciliatory approach lindsey. Graham is not holding his breath that tens of billions of dollars in trump tariffs will suddenly be unwound given kind of current populist moment in the united states. It's going to be difficult for the biden administration to eliminate all up at madison avenue. Couture judy taylor is still hoping the incoming administration does lift the tax on french handbags. Otherwise she says people seeking a luxury gift may turned swiss watches instead scott horsely. Npr news washington.

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interview With Andy Imhof

Too Many Podcasts!

05:16 min | 7 months ago

interview With Andy Imhof

"Rebels. And welcome to too many podcasts. It's me jim the podcast. I'm going to ask you a simple question. are you hungry. I know that sounds like a weird question that year on a podcast. But are you because i can tell you. If you're not hungry now you will probably be hungry by the end of this interview. It's weird effect that you get when talking to my guest who's our guest today shah. His name is andy hof he is the host of pardon my fork that he hosts with his wife and they talk about wealth course foodstuff and food sport and all sorts of cooking stuff and i made it a point to have a good meal before i actually spoke to andy and i would still angry by the end of the interview. Not fair indie not fair but anyway i really enjoyed it and he gives some interesting pointers and he talked about eating some interesting food and doing some interesting things with food. Careful get that out of the got stopped at you. I over that. Yeah you with the hat not anyway. Let's get back to it and we will take a listen to my conversation with any am hof of pardon. My fork hello rebels. We are in the kitchen at the sherpur chalet and my guest. Today is a guy who hosts a podcast with co host and his co host in life. His wife korean his his and enough naming the podcast called. Pardon my fork yes sir. Hey you just talked about being in the kitchen and Kitchen i actually took the advice of one of the positive reviews of your podcast really. Yeah do you know what that is. No hit me this. I'm not making this up if you look at your reviews. I know we don't usually like to do that. But if you get curious. I just saw someone say. Don't listen to this podcast on an empty stomach because you to be hungry by the time that you've done. Yeah that is a fact. That is the truth and tonight my my wife and i went out went out for a belated birthday dinner for her. And we stopped and got some pastry. So i'm good i'm false. I'm ready to rock and roll friend Some we can do it right this time. You don't have a beverage with you do jim. Unfortunately i do not. Oh man see a couple of things that i'm going to be sipping on while we talk a couple of things that are local actually to me here in oregon i have a rogue rolling. Thunder scouted whiskey. And i'm going to be chasing it with a little bit of Burr citius kasha. Forget which beer this is now. I by by a mckay time. That's the problem. I think this is the cherry trees. Tabula s- from them. We more concerned with with drinking more about alcohol and beverages before food or did the cooking element come first. The cooking element came first. We always had a little bit of the drink element that's mostly because my first show was actually called boost booze and barbecue and it was a variety show. We enjoy doing that. Show but as happens in life you know my co host Moved to a different town. Got a house pregnant like the whole thing and so things were not gonna work out any more and so i put a hiatus on that show. It's actually back now. But we had such a long hiatus that has been kind of a slow. Go trying to big things back up but you know the the booze portion had really come into the same time as the food with that. It focused mostly or excuse me focuses mostly on automotive talk and then the fair portion of of the booze and the barbecue. Pardon my fork has really just encompassed the food and here the last three months you know with the whole covert thing we started doing some like virtual tastings and it's amazing to me how many people have gotten on board seriously we. We get sent stuff all the time to taste and drink. We have tons of people who tune in locally. We your listeners is. They're not familiar with was won't really mean a lot to them. But we are. The most watched and listened to food related podcasts. In the mid will emma valley. But congratulations. thank you my friend i. It's a bit of an accomplishment like we're the biggest in organ or something like that but you know as far as our specific niche we go out to about sixteen thousand people a month and i'm very proud of that. How did you first get involved in the beginning with food and restaurants and drink and what we earliest so actually grew up in a restaurant. I started in my parents restaurant when i was twelve and it was just a pizza joint but i wanted all the basics. Learn how to you know work a knife and roll dough and you know what cooking temperatures are. And what flavors i liked and flavors. I didn't like got me out of the yummy phase the phase. What we call people who eat breakfast cereal for dinner because they just say man. This is what tastes good. You know we go to a restaurant with them in illinois groundings go mouths to have a dry burger bringing some catch up on the side. You know those people. They're still in the yummy face. They haven't developed their pallet. Really haven't gotten out of their their comfort zone of food. If you know what. I mean general. I kind of broke out of that early on i guess is what i'm saying

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"kasha" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

05:28 min | 8 months ago

"kasha" Discussed on Family Secrets

"We'll be right back. Family Secrets is sponsored. By audible. As communities around the world, confront new challenges including social distancing and school closures. Many of us are looking for new ways to relax and feel connected to the world to ourselves to one another whether that means getting lost in historical story a memoir, a work of provocative nonfiction or juicy celebrity. biography. I know that stories help stories, pierce our solitude and make us feel less alone. audiobooks are such an intimate form. It's why I love them. We can just close our eyes take a break from zoom and get swept away. I listen to audible originals audiobooks guided wellness programs, even comedy as I'm walking my dog or folding my laundry or behind the wheel of my car. Thousands of titles right at our fingertips. That's such a gift at any time particularly during these times. Start Your thirty day trial was audible and get one audiobook plus access to the all new plus catalog for free by visiting audible dot com slash Danny or by texting Danny to five hundred dash five hundred. I keep thinking about the description of addiction from the psychological bulletin. The language seems so apt. A short term escape from an adverse of awareness of self. But sometimes the short term escape doesn't work and when that happens a deep and terrible anxiety sets in in the form of panic attacks. This happens to Susan halfway through her sophomore year at Yale. A hallmark of panic attacks visit the person suffering from them doesn't know what they are has known language for what's happening. Hanoch feels like a bottomless chasm. It feels unsurvivable. One evening when she's home, it's so bad that Susan at the age of nineteen crawls into bed with her mother. I been experiencing panic attacks. It was my sophomore year of college. I didn't know what they were until I described them to psychiatrists. I've been I've been seeing on an off at the Yale. Child. Study Center and I felt so disconnected as one does in a panic attack felt so disconnected from my surroundings, I felt disconnected from my own body and. I think something that is. Common among people who struggle with eating disorders or other kinds of addictions is that one thing that scary about uncomfortable feelings or uncomfortable emotions is that you think they're going to last forever and that's one thing that the substance does it takes away that uncomfortable feeling that you think is going to last forever. So panic attacks were especially terrifying for me because I. Felt like this was going to last forever, I was going to feel disconnected from my surroundings. Forever I was going to feel like I was to use the phrase I would've used then going crazy forever and one night lying in my bed I just felt so lost and so scared that you know. I went down the hallway to my mother's room I was. I knocked on her door I hadn't gone into a room for years. She was drinking heavily in those years and it was something I didn't want to see but I needed her so badly that night and I climbed into bed beside her and you know there was something so. Comforting about being beside my mother in that moment, she was the one who knew me first and best, and then the next day she did something that I really appreciate it. At the time she gave me a book of essays by Oliver Sacks and you know those essays were about people most of whom had some you know neurological injury but who saw the world in ways that were not typical? And I just loved that she hadn't tried to say, Oh, nothing's wrong with you by giving me this book of essays she had acknowledged that something might really be wrong and also showed me that there could be beauty and and meaning in that. And that was a moment of real reunion with my mother with whom I had a contentious relationship with for several years prior. Yeah I'm so glad you told that story I think books are also where we can so often find ourselves especially those of us who are grappling with secrets because it's impossible to share the secret but in a way, it's like you're sharing the secret with the book. Yeah in the same way as you were doing your freshman year when you were reading a couple of eating disorder memoirs that were in the you know the Yale. Library. Right right. I would wager the books saved Susan as much as anything else. From the memoirs she read in the stacks of the library to the copy of Oliver, sacks to her own book the one she wrote in a blaze of truth telling. The kinds takes no prisoners least of all oneself. The kind that set us free?.

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"kasha" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

06:15 min | 8 months ago

"kasha" Discussed on Family Secrets

"And then there's also your mother's drinking which runs throughout your teenage years, and then certainly your college years becomes more serious as as you're starting to become a late teen, right? Susan's mom hides her drinking and in a way becomes a model of how to have and maintain a hidden life. Susan's binge. Eating is also very possible for her to maintain in secret at this point. After all she excels academically and is admitted to Yale. But her binge eating takes on a whole new level of intensity once she's away from home and on her own for the first time. It was so upsetting to me because. I thought that being out of my mother's house being out of that kitchen would fix it that it was. So it was just it was just habit. It was just setting. It was just environment and getting to Yale and finding out very quickly that it wasn't just. I mean I would wake up in the morning I would get dressed in one of the. Three elastic waist skirts I. had that that fit would put on my birkenstocks. because. That was one thing that happened in those years was I felt again, that could not be myself and I felt I could not be kind of the slender perfectionist had once been because I was no longer that girl. and. I sort of developed this new persona to accommodate my body. I embraced being from Boulder I smoked a lot of pot which I hated. was. One of the people. pot doesn't relax me. It just makes me paranoid but I was so disconnected from WHO I was in my own desires that I did it anyway because they fill, it matched the person I needed to be anyway. So so I would you know get up put on my elastic way skirt my birkenstocks go to the dining hall resolving to eat granola and soy milk you actually develop an alter ego right? I mean she has a name. Yes. Kasha. Susan's alter. Egos name is Kasha. Susan is small almost elfin elegant delicate. She's intense electric. As. Kasha. She wears birkenstocks and a knee length skirt and she walks around campus dreamily spooning ice cream into her mouth. She is terrific and dazed dreamy an Earth Mama who doesn't care about our size doesn't even think about it. So there is again this kind of attempt to put on an identity to create an identity and you actually right at one point the Kasha could carry the weight like you Susan couldn't carry the way Akasha could. Right. And you know I wish. I wish I'd known that Susan could carry the weight and that Susan needed to carry the weight. But I was hiding you know I was hiding who I was and I was hiding the binging and it was hard to hide the messaging. I mean anybody who's been in a college dorm situation the feeling of never having a space to myself was so strong in those early days I would. kind of make my rounds of different food shops on campus, and I would almost inevitably wind up on the top floor of the stacks in the library with kind of whatever the tail end of the binge was usually like a scone in a brown paper bag, and then I would sit up at this little study, Carol beside this little arched window and I would write writing for me was. A per give act kind of this ritual purification that almost inevitably followed a binge and I would sit up there and I would read the to eating disorder memoirs that were in the library's collection. Then it was nineteen ninety-one and there are many more eating disorder memoirs now but there were fewer than the Labor had to and I read them over and over again I felt so isolated and so alone and I found solace in these other women's stories. You will also describe trying to research eating disorders at a certain point in the library and the books being constantly checked out. Yeah I knew I couldn't be the only one. Going through this, but it was impossible for me to. Imagine telling someone although it's not entirely true as much as I fantasized about quitting about not binging anymore I fantasized about telling So I was committed to secrecy, but I simultaneously wanted to tell so badly but I only wanted to tell once I was over it I had a very concrete fantasy actually about what that would look like Freshman Year of college I would sit in my dorm room and my little Macintosh. Write letters to my best friend Chevy. The letters were set in the future. The letters were written from the me six months. Hence, I would be in boulder for the summer and I would write to my friend from the future me that I'd started attending this eating disorders group and then I would sort of lay out my story lay out what was going on for me. And I wanted to tell because..

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"kasha" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

07:30 min | 8 months ago

"kasha" Discussed on Family Secrets

"We went to boulder. So, many stories of family secrets originate in shame. It is so often shame the causes the silence in which secrets fester and grow making it impossible or at least terrifying to speak the truth of our inner lives. One particular evening. When Susan is thirteen, she hears parents fighting. And she hears her father say something truly horrible to her mother. He calls her. Disgusting. Susan internalizes this word. In time, it becomes a weapon she turns on herself. I was thirteen I was in eighth grade. I had a friend sleeping over. And I remember waking early in the morning and I my parents, you know people talk about their parents fighting I sort of don't think of my parents as fighting in the sounds cruel. But but I think of my Father Berating my mother and that was essentially what was happening in their room across the landing and at one point I heard my father say. You discussed me you're disgusting. and. Then I heard him leave the room and walked down the stairs, opened the door and close the door and go running. It was a frightening moment. I was thirteen years. Old Part of me was wondering about my friend was sleep. Had she heard? But. I really wondered what my father found disgusting about my mother and. The answer that seemed. The realist me in that moment, the answer, my my head sort of offered up was that he was disgusted by her body and not just her body in general. But in my mind, it was a specific part of her body. He was disgusted by her stomach. She was often talking about how she had a little pot belly. There is a lot of focus among the women in my family stomachs. And reflecting on that. Now, the you know the specificity of that with which rose up for me at thirteen, I mean my. Was Not going to you know spend decades this eating disorder where I was focused on my stomach like it was just it was all it was all right there from already I assumed that was the site of his disgust. Yeah. That's That's so interesting because throughout your book you write about. hipbones and the different variations of 'em, genus and fullness and the ideal in the midst of your eating disorders being that when you're not just lying down but actually standing up your hip bones, a ruler could be put across them that there would be no stomach. Kind of the way, right which is actually something. that. I feel so many young women contend with in varying degrees and you know I think of eating disorders like sort of being on a slide rule in some way or there's problematic eating or not eating, and then there's the place where switched gets flipped and it becomes dangerous and pernicious I mean, can you talk about the first time that that switch got flipped for you? Yeah I. Mean I think that your The analogy of a slide rule I think is really smart because. So a mention, a couple Mike Markers on the slide rule before I get to the switch flip but. One thing that's important to know is that I was always a really. Kind of restricted eater as a kid and not in a way of limiting calories although that was there too. I went on my first diet when I was nine but it was scared of a lot of food. I was the kid who at the birthday party wouldn't eat pizza I didn't like Soda I didn't like potato chips. I had a lot of fears about tastes I had a lot of fears that food would make me sick. So there was something kind of front for me with food early on another important thing that happened is that I got my period when I was ten. So. This is in Nineteen eighty-four and not a lot of other girls have their periods at ten and not only did I have my period I had you know everything that went along with it? I had hips and breasts and waste, and I was profoundly stabilized by this. I didn't feel at home in this new body I wanted my old body and that feeling of wanting my old body wasn't something I did something about right away but it was something that kind of haunted me throughout my early adolescence. So when I was a sophomore in high school. I was fifteen. I got stomach bug over Christmas break and I lost a couple of pounds. And at Christmas dinner I mentioned it to everyone at the table that was the kind of thing women in my family mentioned to each other. You know I lost a couple pounds and my aunt said you know it's just waterway you'll be back. But. I didn't. And I found that I liked the feeling of being just a little bit lighter. There was something about it that felt like an unburdening I liked the feeling of my pants having a little more air inside them. If that makes sense I liked the feeling of emptiness and I saw more of that feeling that I craved and several months later, I'd lost my period I was interact sick. And really quickly after that, the anorexia shifted into binge eating, which is a really typical trajectory though I didn't know this at the time so that switch flipping happens for me. Kind of fifteen going on sixteen the very beginning of my junior year of high school. At, one point you describe a paper that you read in a nineteen ninety-one article in psychological bulletin and it describes binge eating as a short-term escape from an adverse awareness of self and that was such a powerful phrase for me. I think it could actually describe any number of addictions. Yeah. At their route with short-term escape. First of all, it's always short-termist. Right. Now, never a long-term escape. From An. Of Awareness of self and you know what you've been describing with that sense of the potbellies of the women in your family and the way that women would talk about their bodies. And your own sense of yourself getting your period at the age of ten is that aversive sense of south that just think like lights up all the switchboard's mentally psychologically emotionally for you I need to turn this down and find a way to not feel this or hear this noise. Yeah, I'm so glad that that line that that sentence spoke to you because it's still to me is among the best descriptions of what it is to binge and to some degree with Anorexia to although the quality of.

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"kasha" Discussed on Family Secrets

Family Secrets

07:22 min | 8 months ago

"kasha" Discussed on Family Secrets

"I'm Dani Shapiro, and this is family secrets secrets. There are kept from us the secrets we keep from others and the secrets we keep from ourselves. So described for me the landscape of your, childhood. I was from two places. And that feeling of being from two places really defined my. I was born in Grand, rapids Michigan and grew up in a suburb of that city called Ada. It was a landscape of kind of rollercoaster hills and farmland that was now suburbia I grew up in a gray house with black shutters can of picture-perfect my mother decorated it with Laura, Ashley so there were you know Laura Ashley floral pleaded lamp shades and balloon blinds. And I moved when I was thirteen to Boulder Colorado my parents got divorced and my mother sister and I went West my mother had romantic notions about the frontier and I sort of internalized that. I didn't have any real understanding of the history of the American West but I had my own romantic notions about the frontier to because I wanted to reinvent myself. In this new place. I'd been sort of a nerdy middle schooler and I wanted to be a popular girl in this place where nobody knew me so boulder you know was a very different landscape than West Michigan Boulder is. Where the Great Plains explode into the rocky mountains. Essential Skyline of the city is a dramatic rock backdrop. Called Flat Irons and the weight of the rockies are behind and it took awhile for that landscape to feel like home for years not for years. But maybe for the first year, it felt to me sort of like a Hollywood backdrop but I don't live in the West anymore and it's now a landscape that I long for the feeling of being in that dry air under those enormous skies and that hot sun and you know sort of the daily thunderstorms in the summer there's a lot about the openness of the West that I miss in both landscape and in spirit. It's interesting that you use the phrase like a Hollywood backdrop because then. This sense of reinvention yourself invention at the age of thirteen starts to take root when you're a new kid in a new school starting a new chapter. Oh absolutely. Yeah. I've been a very kind of studious middle schooler and once I knew that, I was going to be in a new place were nobody knew my history I had this fantasy that I could be a girl like the one in the pages of seventeen maxine which I loved. But when I say I wanted to be like a girl in seventeen I wasn't really thinking about body. It was more a question of personality for me. I wanted to be like a bubbly girl with like aside ponytail and boyfriend and I wanted to wear leg warmers and Tampax like I. It was it was more kind of a vibe I was after. But I think what's important is that I wasn't okay with WHO I was I wasn't okay with showing my real self and there's something I have to hide and that I need to pretend to be somebody else in order to have friends in order to connect in order to be. Okay. You describe both of your parents for me. Yeah. We lived in grand rapids Michigan because my father was the news director of a local radio station called would and some might earliest memories are of sitting at the kitchen table eating an English muffin very early in the morning and hearing my father's voice come out of the radio behind me. He quit that job when I was six years old to a novel and then did sort of various I guess now we would call them passion projects at home in the study for most of my childhood my father was a very handsome and charismatic figure he'd gone to andover and Yale both my parents had grown up in the northeast and he was very funny but he had a temper, he had a darker side and he. Had A tendency to isolate I think I bring up those passion projects in the study because my memories of my father are very tied to him sort of retreating retreating into the study in the basement he had a dark room where he developed photographs and he had a room he called his ham shack where he kept his ham radio equipment and he would go down to those spaces. There was a real need to be alone. You know he was somebody I wanted to you. Well, for I, wanted to please I felt very connected to him. We share the same Middle Name and we share some looks my mother and my sister are both dark-haired dark-eyed and my father and I are both fair blue eyed and it was just one one way that I always felt very connected to him as a kid. I'm just thinking about your mother to not looking like your mother. It's funny. You know when I say it sounds slight but it's it was the kind of thing like I remember being a kid and being in the checkout line at the grocery store with my mother and you know in Grocery store cashiers saying she doesn't look like your daughter which is so strange to me. Now, if you were to see my like my mother and I were walking down the sidewalk, it would be so clear we were mother and daughter we have very similar features but I think the dark hair and kind of the white blonde hair of a young. Child, maybe was so striking. So where my father was sort of charismatic could command a room was literally a broadcaster holding a Mike and asking questions. My mother was Shire. She always had lots of friends but wasn't it wasn't like she was like throwing dinner party she had close friends both my parents were readers my mother more than anyone else in my life is the person who made me a reader and a writer I want to say she was the she wasn't the kind of mother who would, for example, sit down on the floor with me and play with my dollhouse. was a mother who understood how potent and how wonderful it was to be a little girl with a doll house. So she she granted me a lot of imaginative freedom and space, but they had they had a troubled marriage and my mother's sort of acquiescence and passivity in their marriage. She sort of exploded that hall. She ended up leaving my father when I was thirteen and.

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"kasha" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:09 min | 10 months ago

"kasha" Discussed on 710 WOR

"New York. He is Joe Kasha. Bill DiBlasio continues to impress, doesn't eh this time, he says earlier this week, and you know it's unbelievable that that this guy is I talked about self awareness in the last block. I mean, this guy wasn't born with this gene. Here's what he had to say earlier this week around restaurants re opening in New York quote if folks missed the theatre. If they miss indoor dining, those things will be back. They'll be back next year. At some point, I think that is overwhelmingly the case. Meanwhile, schools museums Jim's bowling alleys, every other kind of store is open that has indoor people in them bright But no, no, no, You cannot. Open a restaurant still in any capacity and guess what? It's getting core out. Maybe not today, but once we get to September October There are people now in the New York hospitality Alliance. They have found that they did a survey 500 restaurant bar owners and operators cross. They found 83% are unable to pay their full commercial rent in July, and that's what afterward dining and some revenue of some kind coming in for most of them. So now look, this is going to be a death meal, they say for the industry if the's restaurants aren't allowed the open in October. Give them a chance. At least. Deblasio. If you're listening. I know you're listening. Get these folks a chance. 25 50% Alright. The positivity right in New York I talked about is almost zero right cases. That's almost zero. What are we talking about here? Don't kill these businesses. All right. And if you have business out there in New York in October, you know you're not allowed to open. Just do it anyway. I know I'm probably, you know, telling people t break the law, but eh? Know what I try to make them close then and then just say you know what? I'm not having people. Those are people eating. We're having a peaceful protest over you Not allowing us to open our businesses. Anyway. Let's get to the phones. Andrew from parts unknown, Andrew, How are you, man? I had hoped, New Jersey and you're right. It's probably less than 1% to cause the vulnerable population won't be there the elderly so the taxi even safer, but I wanted to say as far as like. The irony, in my view is that there actually racist against black people to ignore. The 99.9% of the shootings in Chicago and elsewhere. Is distracting, so they're focusing only on the less than 1% so they successfully Distract from those shootings. And when I've heard announcers on, Afghans say, Well, those criminals I worked with the local news and to the moms, moms who lost their son to gang shootings. They don't care if the kid was in a gang or not in the game there. Life is ruined. Their part is ripped out and they don't sell well. He was a criminal. So to ignore those shootings there distracting from the actual 99 plus percent, And of course, they have thane of one to take the father's out of the home. You know, it's even Obama. Gave the statue on the fathers in the home. How much better It is night and day and you're right. Like it's insane and by the way and listen, Despite away, all these professional leagues are marrying themselves. The black lives matter. Little problem going on right now. Marquette Law School pole and thanks for the call, and you appreciate we got to get the news in a minute. Marquette Law School. This poll found Wisconsin voters in June supported black lives matter. Protest 61% to 36% guess what now in August 48% approve 48% disapprove. That's a 25 point swing. So whatever love the momentum that that movement had is disappearing because it's no longer about protests. It's about death. It's about looting. It's about violence. Sorry. We seat in New York. What's going going on on a nightly basis and obviously Wisconsin and it's It's only bad news for Joe Biden, who, again until this week couldn't be bothered to talk about it. Anyway. Let's get to the news.

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"kasha" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"kasha" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Camp for the Bruins today, But still no David Posture knock, or Andres Kasha coach Bruce Cassidy gave an update for when they may return. Some of that has to do with the timing of testing returning from Europe, etcetera, so Tomorrow, anticipating. The coach also said he plans on getting a maintenance day tomorrow to some players and is expecting a full group on Thursday and Jon Heyman of the MLB network is reporting 11 major league baseball umpires have opted out of the 60 game 2020 season. Brian Antonelli W B Z Boston's news radio. All right, 5 13 It is a wet afternoon out there. Let's see if it's affecting the roads and traffic and weather together. Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes like over to you. Yeah. Thanks to you. We are dealing with some wet road with rain coming down. Us and we've got delays to the South, specifically 95 South just crawling coming off of 1 28 slash 93 down and two Norwood, three miles of stop and go have blamed this on an earlier crash at Coney Street. We'll see If these delays he's out any time soon as all lanes are open there. The expressway South. Well, not bad at all Hear coming out of the tunnel. It's actually good down past South Bay in Columbia Road, a little slow into the brain trees, but that's about it. But it is slow in 93 south coming out of range. Re down past Route 37. And on 24 south, you're jammed up a bit coming down from 93. Through three South has backed up a little coming off the expressway. Otherwise, it's good down along the South shore. Let's see how things are downtown and get your mob free insurance Road report. Do you have a bit of a back up now? On the eastbound side of Storrow Drive in front of mass general waiting to get on the leverage up, Ram? What's your on 11 different? That's that's too bad, But the Tobin Bridge Outbound lower level has delay is waiting for you is you Get up into the work zone where you lose the left lane, So keep that in mind. Murdock of 93 has been pretty good. All afternoon. Still is the Sumner Tunnels find no issues with Callaghan headed out toward East Boston and the Ted Williams Tunnel was doing just fine, both directions. Crystal duck in the bottom three insurance road report. Highways elsewhere on so bad to the north for 95 North is backed up a bit. And Lawrence. I understand this crash up after 1 14 isn't so serious. 1 28 North ism brake lights coming up past 93 in Woburn. But 93 North is fine as you work your way up towards the New Hampshire Lina route ones only about 17 minutes. Chelsea up to the Lynnfield Tunnel miking W. B. C's traffic on the three while the rain is coming down outside the W B c news studio in Medford, and I can tell you that right now, looking at the radar, we've got a pretty good storm developing just to the east of here, right along the North Shore. Saugus, Peabody, Danvers, Lynnfield. National Weather Service says the storm Khun Rob, Penny sized hail the winds in the storm in excess of 40 miles an hour and you can expect torrential downpours. So again, this storm is making its way right over parts of Route 1107 getting over toward the north shore. So keep that in mind. We also don't have a flash flood warning up in parts of southern New Hampshire until eight o'clock tonight. This is for parts of southwestern Rockingham County areas like Dairy Exeter, Epping, Brentwood, Raymond Hampstead, etcetera. We had some strong thunderstorms making their way through there. So the weather Service says again. This is up until eight o'clock tonight. They had rainfall rates of 1 to 3 inches an hour. With these storms. The flash flooding is expected over the next couple of hours. Everything starts to move out tonight got leftover showers 30 overnight with a low near 62. This's W. B. C news Radio 10 30 where the news watch never stops. 75 degrees right now in Boston Showers moving into the city at 5 16 Good evening. I'm Nicole Davis here. The five things you need to know the Trump.

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Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

06:47 min | 1 year ago

Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing

"Welcome TO THE CELL. Culture dish podcast. Non Animal origin cell culture supplement in manufacturing AIDS for biologics manufacturing. I'm Brandy Sergeant Editor of Cell Culture Dish joining me. Today is Dr Tobias Hurtig Regulatory Affairs Manager and Dr Tillman Product Manager Supplement in manufacturing and both with mark. Kgi Darmstadt Germany. I wanted to start today by asking if you could give us. A definition of non animal origin. Is there an industry wide understanding of the term? I would love to give you a definition for anymore origin or industry-wide definition of for anymore origin. Free or non anymore origin. Unfortunately there is no definition and there is no useful or clear. Definition provided by the regulator switch rate. Cipolla provide you a definition for animal origin. But not for non any minority with that in mind. What are the distinctions between primary secondary and tertiary levels for non an origin? So these determine partners attach level non anymore our Chin or animal origin. Free these terms are used to what people try to distinguish how far away they believe. The actual origin is for instance primary non anymore. Origin would mean okay. Something which is not directly derived from animal secondary on animal origin would be used when you want to say okay. He has something for instance last week. Produce Feminization and dissemination media did not contain any animal orchard material for instance recumbent insulin produced by bacteria. And if I may use the recumbent intimate as an example for tests and that could be used when you want to say okay. He is pro instantly which needs kieft into instantly by an enzyme. And this enzyme that I'm using a knot of animal origin and be also is not coming out of feminization which an arched material in media. These terms are not fully defined. So if you read about these terms you want to make sure that you really understand what the author or the user actually wants to tell you. Thank you for that. That's helpful as a basis for discussion. I was hoping you could also clarify vice for for listeners. Why is animal origin? Such a big concern in the cell culture realm let you start with why Edema or a Chin a concern. Animal origin is concerned. Typically with the from sound are adventitious agents coming with that animal material Dr However other concerns for instance dictate religious concerns halal kosher concerns around the origin. That could be lifestyle concerns that you think but we can waive alleged. Cheese are CO ever. These could also allergies. Ause topic focuses planned to proteins but they major issue are adventitious agents which could be so Nautica so they could cross the species barrier from the animal to human to the patient and causes disease with the patient These competitions agents might be viruses for instance sonars. A rabies are viruses that I've known to cross the species barrier or a protein protein-based agency like There the priors causing TSE pse. Other concerns are related to the supply situation so getting animal origin raw material. Importing that into your country could be associated with restrictions likewise she ever media produced which contains unlimited died might be import-restricted into the country. Where your customers sitting with the got to the Cell Culture? There is a another concern. And that is these the celts. The mammalian cell Kasha might be susceptible to such viruses. And if you OUGHTA robbing a nephew witcher on a bio rector unachieved g conditions. You need to tightly control your by tour and a virus might have a whatsoever effect to yourself. Kasha and from that point on your cell culture would not be regarded as p compliance. We talked a little bit about the fact that there isn't a regulatory definition of non animal origin. But I'm hoping that you could share with us. What the regulatory view on animal origin components is the regulatory few on Non Amel components is of course that this is the preferred As a regulatory person you would like to avoid any more mature whenever possible or you would expect that any moment you to comply with all the Pantin interrelations with regard to non animal materials and Lesser Regulatory Person. I feel that as much as I appreciate it. I always cautious because I don't want to end. Wishful thinking and due diligence is always required. Are those non animal materials. Don't get blind folded around the the documentation truly want to understand why this material is known in origin. So keep your eyes. Open your mind work with your suppliers as close as possible to truly understand when they talking about nine non anymore origin. Is that exactly what you want to half what you think? Non Animal Arjun is to avoid any ambiguity and confusion and at the end natives disappointment. I also feel like Worthwhile when you're auditing your vendors to question the the animal or non Hemel origin situation and to make sure that you're suppliers are in fact producing S. You wish to

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"kasha" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"kasha" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

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"kasha" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"kasha" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Max Piston may have. I can't capture too long and he's he's decided it's time for a while they are angels. Let's see we move onto Holly G. Who Writes Hello Craig and Kasha? If memory serves me correctly Mrs Kasha and her husband or Vegan or at least eat a lot of vegan food. I'm Vegan but an absolutely horrendous cook I can make Pasta and Saute VICI. But that's about it and that gets boring pretty fast. Do you have any beginner dishes that you'd recommend trying out? I'll let me tell you something. I never thought on the face of this earth that I would ever go begin and Mr Davis is a fantastic Mr Davis though he loves to go online and he follows all different shapes and different people on Youtube and these different people. I one of his favorites real quick. Because I actually am hoping to interview. Her is Tabitha Brown to Brown. Yeah she's an actress as well and she. Does these quick? Tick tock an instagram little videos and does the recipes atlas things from her. Yes believe it or not this hope path. No you know no alcohol now Vegan. Yeah I I think my h week of no caffeine. Oh my God I have no idea who I am so unfortunately it's it's helped me. I sleep you know might we? We said my grandmother used to say come to visit us. We like house things. I sleep so we used to make fun of that her. I don't so funny I know it's funny. I am when I was recuperating from the stomach thing I they said No. They said they could have caffeine but they said don't drink tea or coffee and I was like. I'll just skip the caffeine which I have not done since I don't know I mean I was like thirteen. Or Why am I remember making my I put a coffee? With Miami Vice was still running on rea- a regular television so you're going to stick with the no caffeine thing you think. I'm not one hundred percent. I think on occasional habits not some sort of caffeine. I think I was drinking locks. I'm calling sure because of my drinking I had problems with my heart. Okay so that's all cleared up because stops drinking Sherman. I thought well I don't need to be drinking a whole pot of coffee like two of coffee a day. Yeah And I was kinda getting dizzy and I was like. This is just what what's going on. And so a friend of mine had stopped and actually daring had stopped as well and I was like look. She can do so inspiring each other so lovely. Who by the way would love to do? Be a guest on. I was loved to talk to Darien. Yeah that'd be that'd be. She is just one of my favorites. Become very close in the last couple of years. We're always friends. Yeah much closer to last years. And she's just a hoot and in terms of Dishes that I recommend for Vegan. I have no idea because it never made one so I can't help you with that. So glad to give my contribution to that question a Sylvia civil rights. What's your favorite holiday destination to visit? Let's all live vicariously through your happy memories of travel. I'll you know because of drag race was fortunate enough to travel to Australia and see so many places in Australia and that was a dream. Yeah I think it honestly. It's going to London. I love it there be yes. I just love there now. I can't say a bad thing. I enjoyed many places that travel in the US. I've enjoyed palm springs. I like to see the different cities of course Chicago But muenden there's a magic there. There's a vibration that I feel and I always joke. If I were in a past life I was a court. Jester law always wanted to be a queen. Oh Yeah Life and thought theatre where I end but they ended up being dragged because I'm a queen so but when I'm there I just I just fascinated by little small streets in ops and the and the manners and the colloquialisms as well the differences in language from town to town. You know you can go three miles away. And there's a whole different vernacular and a whole cadence. I'm writing my show. There's always him for Occidental they're With guy him and his art were fantastic toward me around the first time and he saying all right. How am I confine? You're right and I was like what's so one night. He was out drinking drinking. And he's like. Why are you getting aggravated with that much if you ask me? I'm alright one more time I know you wanna be and we had cultural exchange. Yeah and they're like. Oh so we joked to this day. We'll still text back and forth and joke about it but you know. I have found I used to be in my youth I was I was about the beach in the heat and now I like I seem to like the Green. The a little bit of the cooler weather endpoint and and that's kind of where. Matt now like I would love to just spend some time again in Alaska was I perform there once twice and just go there every time the lady three times. I think you should. That'd be fantastic. I would love to see yeah I do lady song so right. Yeah do lots did. Yeah and and I'm a lady I think that and Talking tonight so that once twice three times I'm sold. I love it already. Yeah I'M GONNA write that down and I have to agree with you about London. I love it and I can't wait to one day. Go back there The people are wonderful. I've a lot of friends there. I love everything about it and I need to see more of it. I haven't really seen as much as I would like to. But that's kind of my way with the place. I think we were talking about your fantastic Paris plan because right after dragon you went to Paris and you like did it properly. And I went to Paris for a fabulous thing. Last year I went to go taper show with Casey spooner backstage at the bottom on before violent show. I can tell you what my quick story about so I think I told you that we were going there. Quick arrived where we're let out and we're trying to get an uber can't get into a try again the three four five times so finally. I said let's just walk over this way. Maybe it's bad reception or bad intersection score here so go over and I'm doing like my like okay. Time I up osita because a little nervous. Yeah that we stand in front of this church and I'm like what a beautiful church. Let's let's this'll be good. We'll do here. We drive a few blocks down the road and I look this fame. Is Industry Amazing modeling? Yeah car drivers like whatever. Here's left of my arms right now standing up at the door and I'm like this is a cashier like we have been messaging and staying in touch the. That's the universe saying no don't take this. Don't that's exactly right. See your friend who we are. So we're so connected on so many levels because of seven but she's also court in my sobriety and just shared so many wonderful practices and Dick. She was like an angel. Of course she's Stunt starting write glowing and then she's like what are you doing here like how you it's so funny. You mentioned that reminds me of when I met fame. I met fame when I turned up to have a chat with vanity when I was in Australia and who is there was fame. And we met actually. There was a great connection we stayed in touch and then when I went to New York when she was in New York we had a fabulous taping. And we've again like you said Been in touch and stuff and so when I been going to Paris. We were trying to connect but you know. I think I was there around fashion week. So that's never forget it. She but she's so wonderful and it's such a lovely story and I love those things about plans that don't work out sometimes. Work out for the best. Yeah it almost ties in a lot about what we've been saying like we're all Bergerson frustration. This isn't working when we wanted to. This is a working and then when we gave it some timing moved our location and change things. That's exactly the way it was supposed to happen. I found that a lot too my London trip. There'd be weird synchronous cities that ended up happening. And then just going okay that someone couldn't Tape tomorrow and it just started almost get into the mood where I can anticipate and it'd be like that's fine because we can move it to another day and then something happened in the interim that made the taping more interesting and so on and so forth. You Know Rachel Giora Rights. I've waited so long for this moment. Kasha your last appearance on. This show gave me a very stark awakening. It was the breakthrough moment I needed in which I realized I too was an alcoholic and had to get help but cut to now and eighteen months of sobriety later and I am forever super grateful. All four of YOU CACCIA Craig Kasha Giambi for changing my life as Cliche as it might sound. Funny that phrases come up a lot in the show your openness and honesty truly helped me to make this vital change before it was too late so from the bottom of my heart. Thank you so so very much. I hope that we can meet someday when you're next in the UK and this whole thing is all over it really would be an absolute honored to thank you in person. I also love your inspiring tweets Andrew Reminders to be where your feet are. If this isn't too personal I'd like to ask what some of the things are even doing in quarantine to keep you on the right sober path. Personally I'm struggling with having such a disruption in my routine especially not being able to go to work but I'm trying to make a new normal the best that I can. Wow what a beautiful message. She's lovely yeah so lovely and and like I said earlier I mean there's no greater In knowing that you're doing the right thing to help others by sharing truth right you know. As as we mentioned earlier it's it's. It's finding that schedule at home in terms of the meditation and readings that I do and a lot of this. You know the self help books rebe also just get on. Youtube was earlier and I find other talks and other things whether it's on sobriety more you know south heliport. Mindfulness sure all of that really comes into play because right now none of us know what this is going to look like because we were together. So what's kind of unique and and Nice is that in a way. The entire world is facing being powerless. Right right having to live one day time and having to be in the moment so you know one way that she can help others States over to help.

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"kasha" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

11:52 min | 1 year ago

"kasha" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Got away from end. It was like reset. Everyone needs their own just private time no matter what the situation matter how great. It is yeah. The next question comes from Yutaka. And let's see if his last name right. You Talk Tahmina so you talk you. Let me know you right in and let me know. And that's a classic hallmark of the Hotdog Club questions is that sometimes. The last name is going to be a drive. The train right into the wall So it's sometimes it's fun to see if I'm right or not so you talk a rights. I met Mr Mrs Kasha Davis Drag on L. A. Two Thousand Nineteen. I bought a handbag two. We get better for babies and so of course. I have to ask how his Max doing all this. Of course we just mentioned Max. But how is Max doing in general with Everything Max Oh good? He's literally sitting right next to me now waiting to go for another W. A. O. K. I think he can spell come. He's wonderful recently. He developed some seizures and yeah and he's he's six years old now and they say the adult epilepsy been put on medication. And so we've been able to spend extra time with them and talk about great funny. He we got him. We adopted him right when I was getting sober. He became sort of like my little spirit. Guide Max is Jus- I mean he's just my boy you know if I spend too much time on the phone or technology he'll swat it right out of my hand. He knows he taught me how to be. In the moment. You'll look out the window and sometimes I do the zoo and appreciate so. He's wonderful and honestly You just you just never know. You can't take things for granted he got. He had to happen then. We were scared but he seems to be doing okay. Now and Medicated WE THOUGHT. Maybe it would be a little different. But he's not. Oh good that's that's a really can be really scary with pets because it's very hard for them to explain what they're discomforted exactly. Let's see you talk a continues with nothing will take the place of seeing kings and Queens live but I can't wait for your digital drag show Yes and by the way our second one is someday no is Saturday April. Eighteen our second. Show Saturday April jeans and the first time I started my condensed version of the story of my life. And now this time. I'm just showing you some of my favorite numbers to perform. Mr Davis is GONNA sing a wonderful. Yeah so it's it's. It's called so-called. There's no place like home because we're all and it'd be a little bit of a little bit of Liza Minnelli and a little bit of the you know just some fun. Songs and Lou coursing cocktail. Well of course right because there's always time there's always time for God and then you talk also wants to know what you think of changing performance landscape in this time so I think that it is inspiring and it's interesting and I think it's I would say this thing some of the gals need to know to not have the window behind them. Four feet of space above their head or hanging drape frame. The Room don't just hanging drape and you'll see the FRONTEX. Yeah there's a balance and I'm like okay. You know but again. It's new and it's fun to watch. Did you see and did you hear the other day yesterday? Here before a Queen and Florida She only hammered smoke. Lowes FELL ASLEEP. So she doesn't performance. She Chun Surgery Yeah big drank like big butts down in the makeup starts to come off the hairs off. She falls asleep she falls asleep for. I don't know how many hours I don't want your e late detox. Everybody was on this commenting. Yes she I think. One thousand nine hundred dollars in her. Venema. Wow a mason. Yeah it's incredible like this is a whole new landscape. It's an amazing thing because that is a fascinating thing to watch. It reminds me of Sometimes in the Howard. Stern show occasionally a caller would be waiting for like a long time on the phone and have fallen asleep by the time he picks up on them so one time they let someone just the snore the whole way through the news and it's fascinating and then when they backup. You're like Oh my God. He broke up. You know I mean at first it was like Oh God. She's okay but she was fine in the next day she she was so grateful and yeah in the now she must be like. Wow all these years and we're working to get my not their audit needed to do asleep. Yeah exactly Aaron Ingram Rights. Hello Craig Kasha Will Hello Erin. Mrs Kasha Davis. I have to say that your previous interview with Craig. Cotton is one of my absolute favorite episodes. I replay that when every so often what. I'm struggling with staying sober and I really find it. So empowering knowing that I'm not alone makes all the difference in the world. I recently celebrated two years and six months from alcohol recently. Congratulations by the way. Yes with all the current stressors. How do you stay strong in your sobriety? And what's been the best piece of advice you've ever been given if you happen to be a part of a twelve step program you get so many. Different tools does to compete meditation. Those can be readings. Those tools can be prayer. Depending on what you wear your. But what's great is doing what we're doing right now. Meetings are on zoom and you can go on meetings all over the world and join meeting and part of that and again. It's such a good feeling to know that you're not alone and going back to that that interview you know having Caccia Call. I mean we had such a connection in so many different levels right important might in in my sobriety and we've had some really amazing conversations and so by just that alone should people talking to each other is it can be could be that simple or listen to re listening to a podcast and I find you know the connection with people Whether it's a resume or calls readings and I I also find it's really important sometimes to just get outside and look at nature. He'd you're not able to go outside and you're in a situation era a city where that's not possible you know it's it's been just looking window and just taking some time to appreciate how small we are in the world and that you will you think is such a big major thing right is is small and just in that moment and it will pass this as we said earlier in the conversation which is going through it better. The thing that we were talking about before with the kids and how the first heartbreak the first this they seem so Inescapable like that's it forever. I'm GONNA feel this way at one of the gifts of having those experiences over and over even though. There's still horrible every time that there's a break-up or there's some kind of devastating loss you know after a certain age or number of times that you've experienced it. That's not really dependent on age that okay. This is horrible and I feel terrible but it's like remember when you had the flu or something. Oh so in so many weeks or at a certain point I will be out of this and I will feel shitty for a while but I'll get out of it so that's something that always helps me if I'm in a bad way emotionally or mentally And what about the best piece of advice you've ever been given gosh? I don't come back to that. We can come back. I mean I think I think it sounds cliche but the best piece of advice still holds true. And it's being yourself I think that it's it was a lesson learned in many parts of my life and specifically on drag race. I was just something that people know of me. I was trying to be if you see me now. You can see this as Mrs Kasha Davis. Here this is how I see. Mrs Kasha Davis. Yeah Watch drag race. There's there's Mrs Kasha Davis that's a little bit different. Do I regret that now because I learned something from that right So it sounds so cliche but I think that in in that respect That that's that's something that I think often. I can't think of a better piece of advice than that and it is funny. How you might think you're doing that when you're younger but you're still doing this thing where you're listening to again internalized criticism that then you take on his. If you know that you should be acting a certain way curry favor with people but to like be accepted or to be normal you know and then the great liberation of when he realized that. That doesn't really work for you. Because when you're not your authentic self I find you actually come in to contact with a lot more obstacles than you do when you're fully yourself and you avoid the things that you don't like her that don't match you the best piece of Advice. I ever got. People are going to tell you how they're going to treat you when you first meet them so listen to their stories about other people so if anyone thinks back to an ex that they had that was particularly awful to them think back to when I met them in their tales of their prior relationships I would guarantee that you would find the same patterns in the stories that they told but usually the flip the blame or something like that. So is it incredible She ends with saying wishing you both lots of health and happiness and sending love from Arizona. Exo Aaron while Aaron worse than all the love back to you that's right lots of love especially Arizona One's gotta be nice and cozy and warm there and then we have Dan Cronin. Hey Dan I know Dan for Massachusetts and he writes not so much of a question but I did want to say that Mrs Kasha Davis Prior Appearance Definitely helped keep me sober. I truly appreciated her sharing her story. It was truly inspirational and has helped me on the wagon and it was such a pleasure to see her perform Boston. And quite an honor to be read by both her and Bianca. I died and went to drag heaven that night. Also thanks to both of you for keeping US sane during this quarantine. That's lovely Dan and then he adds hope you're both staying happy and healthy during this crazy time much. Both you and Mr Davis. Oh that's so sweet. Isn't that lovely? Lovely Lovely Fella. You know one of the things that I started to think about. I don't think was mentioned On our last interview. I'm not sure but I think one of the greatest gifts that came out of sobriety for me was the opportunity to take. Root Mir look at myself and see how I was art of the art of the problem in certain relationships in my father and I we just didn't get along most of my life and I thought I kind of resolved the fact that that I would uh he would die. I would be like okay with that. You know And he ended up when he got sick. He ended up Hired him getting sick. He came to see me in a show and he's the first one who called me. A ferry really came to see me in a show and and we had started because I started to see the my side of the relationship Needed some fixing. He came to the show and he loved it and now he's soon after passed away. I was able to say that I loved him. was. I never thought I'd say. And then he had clean out of all this stuff on his bedside table note where he printed out my instagram. Somebody printed out my instagram host. Where I said my dad came to my show and I couldn't believe it and his reply on the email was yes. That's my son Eddie..

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"kasha" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

Whimsically Volatile

10:14 min | 1 year ago

"kasha" Discussed on Whimsically Volatile

"Really highlighted how much I want to see my dad who's eighty two. And then you go back to the uncertainty that you mentioned and I find that One of my potential great stressors all the time is anxiety about things that are uncertain right but then that goes into thanks stuff that maybe we touched on before about being in the present and how we have to remain in the present and obviously we think about the future plans and goals and all that but What are your thoughts about R or strategies. Rather for avoiding the obsession with future stuff that leads that was such a big heart of my drinking my hangs sake about what was happening next what I didn't do And alcohol for me at least had zone me out right and learns some cute little sayings cuteness. Fear false evidence appearing real and how we think we get ourselves into this process of thinking into doing nothing. Oh sure while we're thinking thinking thinking and worrying about what may or may not happen Missing what's actually happening right now. That might be right in front of our eyes. I you know one of my trips is I'll get into that cycle of thinking about things or dreading. That's the word I was trying to think of dreading stuff things I want to do and have planned to do because I like to do them. But suddenly then you're thinking about a row of things. I I think I had one this last one of these last night. because you know with the accelerated schedule of the daily show which by the way. I love and thanks so thankful for especially in this time where I really have to be focused on something. Do you know what I mean although I still have to make time to watch movies so I have that in my date for tonight. Yeah exactly right because also my sleep schedule slides around the best of times and currently forget about it. It's like I think Youtube because we were texting one time at like four in the morning and our or maybe you just got up but I had this thing last night because I've been sleeping in fits and starts but that's okay like with a lot of things during this era. I just go well. That's fine you know what I mean like Orson. Caso fine whatever. Whatever works for whatever reason I was like you know and then I got added that and then I got to do that and making too big of a thing at everything and then thankfully I was able to stop. It's nice when those periods of The dread and or like a manageable like Sitcom length forty five minutes. Maybe like a British Sitcom and you know one of the things that come to mind the when I think about that. Is that your go getter? I consider myself a go getter. Sure there are people when they hear. Be In the moment. You know let things happen as they should. They think that's giving up on planning and being productive run. No it's it's having those things having those plans and having those goals and everything set and then being yell slip yet so anxious and I get so thinking ahead and often ends up being a negative thought I kind of physically look down to my feet and say what's happening right here in looking around by you know what. What is it that I can be doing at this moment? You know there are some other fellow performers that I know of who don't know what to do because there's tour certain cancelled and so but they're doing nothing because they're in a cycle of I don't know what to do and they're verbalizing. I don't know what to do so then you stay in. I don't know what to do. Right do something because right now. Everybody's perspective matters because it's new for all of us exactly however this is affecting you by sharing it through joke on twitter or a video or zoom or however you share that you may be helping somebody else through it and the other thing that you were asking. What are the tools I had this negative self talk? That must have started from a young age and I heard somebody mentioned before they wake up. In the morning they dread the day or the dread. Odd Cock ridiculous. You're just dreading there and I read this book and it's thank and grow rich and it sounds like you're gonNA get money. Will you might but you. What's she saying in there is that you have to consciously change force yourself in the morning? I wake up of saying like when I used to do coke Chubby. You want to get out and go for a run like I would literally have that joke kind of attitude in my head but yet hunting. Change it to. It's going to be a productive day. I'm going to hear wonderful. News is going to be an opportunity. That's GONNA come my way. I believe in less things. Whatever whatever you need to verbalize positive thinking at first like this is so corn. The Dan Start to pick up. And that's your first. Not that's right. It's just like any habit. I was talking on the show recently about if you have an orange soda out of the blue but every morning for three or four mornings your system suddenly going to want it. It's going to be part of your routine because I was. I think it was talking about how people will do something whatever. It is. Take the edge off in time like this and it doesn't have to be substance as it could be anything like a any habit that or anything that we do that we do too often or unconscious that can become a habit can be either productive or destructive so the destructive ones obviously are bad. And it's the same with thoughts like you were saying you know adopting positive self talk Canfield cheesy. Ken feel like something almost in your mind. You're like you think that someone's going to mock you for it even though no one can hear what's in your head do now because I think we internalize a lot of the negative things that maybe come at us as kids particularly as queer people. There's a lot of things you know that sort of leave us maybe vulnerable to things or that were shy about or insecure about for me. I had a weight issue A Lotta Times in my life but as a kid and so I think That weird critic in the back of your mind the heckler. I sometimes call. It is then internalized version of all of that Negative stimulus and what we we have an option as we those thoughts and those that heckler can come out in a form of words. They you'll just be saying like given this this particular situation that we're in we're all you know I'm home I'm bored okay. Yeah I palm. I'm going to find something to do today. Abbas saying you're bored but it's just a different script and by changing the script the outcome will be different because you stay in the negative if you continue say oh gosh. I don't know what to do. I don't know what to do and acing I'm bored. You can stop and say I'm feeling stressed. Sit Down for a second bright and just giving yourself a moment to rest will all of a sudden something will come to you. It could be as simple as a house chore. You know whatever you need to do or all of a sudden somebody will come into your mind to call right. But you didn't give yourself the clarity the moment to just sit and I mean you don't have to be sober to do this. You don't have to be you know whatever however you are you just give yourself that second and stop the verbalizing thinking and just let something and it will come to you. I always think it's best to talk to yourself like you would to a beloved friend. I think of one of your best friends who you would counsel through anything. You could always see them sad and you'd WanNa fix it well. Why wouldn't you do that for yourself in because you deserve that and you love yourself right? So what's wrong with that so I definitely have done a lot of talking and I'll do it out loud to because I live alone. I always every kid I would talk to myself. And my I remember at Knock on the bathroom during their like Eddie crazy people talk to themselves. I'm like IBM around like crazy. I I liked it and I learned because I didn't fit in. I didn't feel like I was. I knew I was love but I didn't feel like I was like I didn't feel like I was meeting. Approvals sure learned out of somewhere so look deep into my own eyes and say I love you and I used to do that quietly in the bathroom and I would have to. I would have to say it out loud and and get ready for the day and I'd look in the Mirror I love you and like the. It's not that it wasn't set in my family. It was it was. I didn't see ill that I was accepted in so many different ways. And Tell you hold the Cliche love yourself you know but that took time. God Damn it took me till I was forty four. Sure I mean a lot of things take a long time and I think sometimes people can get discouraged about that or get Fatalistic or say. Well what does it matter like? That's not for me but I think that that's a mistake because it's never too late right. I mean some of the things we say might sound like cliches. But the reason that they've stuck like they have is because they're very true now when Rupaul says if you can't love yourself how can you love somebody else? I mean. That's faultless logic. Doing things saying I love you in the mirror. Who cares if you feel foolish doing it? Just do it for a week and if you don't like it you can always digit but I bet it right. You know make an improvement. I like what you said about how it takes some things. Just take time and when I came off a drag race in crashed and burned because everybody was successful. I wasn't I was playing the comparison game It took me some time to just go like what you really want. What do you WanNa look like in who you know? What more can you build upon? This is your aunts and in. It only seems to be building for me where you know.

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Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing

Cell Culture Dish Podcast

08:31 min | 1 year ago

Non-Animal Origin cell culture supplements and manufacturing aids for biologics manufacturing

"I wanted to start today by asking if you could give us. A definition of non animal origin. Is there an industry wide understanding the term? I would love to give you a definition for animal origin or industry-wide definition off for animal origin. Free or known anyone origin unfortunately there is no industry wide definition and there is no useful or clear definition provided by the regulators typically provide you a definition for animal origin but not for non any minority with that in mind what are the distinctions between primary secondary and tertiary levels for Armando origin so the the temps primarily they're attached level non anymore origin or animal origin. Tree these terms are used to what people try to distinguish how far away they believe. The actual origin is for instance primary non. Anyone origin will mean is something which is not directly derived from animal. Secondary on animal origin would be used when you want to say okay. Here's something for instance. Last Produce Feminization and feminization media did not contain any animal arch material for instance recumbent insulin produced by bacteria. And if I may use the recombinant insulin as an example for tets sherry animal or if that could be used when you want to say okay he is pro insulin which needs became instantly and by an enzyme and this enzyme that I'm using. He's a anymore origin and be Also is not coming out of temptation. Which had an arched material in these times are not Foley defined? So if you read about these terms you want to make sure that you really understand what the author or the user actually wants to tell you. Thank you for that. That's helpful as a basis for discussion. I was hoping you could also clarify advice for for listeners. Why is animal origins? Should be concerned in the cell culture. Realm let me start with. Why animal origin a concern animal? Origin IS CONCERNED. Tubular. Typically from sound are adventitious agents coming with that any material. Dr However other concerns for instance dicap- Religious concerns allow kosher concerns around the origin. That could be lifestyle concerns shifting but we can waive LS cheese our topic. However these could also allergies. Are ause topic for France's planter. I've proteins but they major issue are adventitious agents which could be so Nautica so they could cross the species barrier from the animal to the human to the patient and cause disease that patient These competitions agents might viruses for instance SARS rabies virus that? I'm known to cross the species barrier or a protein based agents like the the priority causing tse pse other concerns are related to the supply situation. So getting anymore origin raw material. Importing that into your country could be associated with restrictions likewise she ever media produced which contains enormity died might also be import-restricted into the country. Where your customer sitting with the got to the Cell Culture? There is an another concern. And that is these the cells the MAMMALIAN cell Kashem might be susceptible to such viruses. And if you are robbing a off you wished you're on a buyer actor unachieved conditions. You need to tightly control your by rector and a virus might have a whatsoever effect to yourself. Kasha and from that point on your cell culture would not be regarded as GNP compliant. We talked a little bit about the fact that there isn't a regular trade definition of non animal origin. But I'm hoping that you could share with us. What the regulatory view on animal origin components is the regulatory few on Non Amit components is of course that this is the preferred situation It's regulatory person you would like to avoid any more mature whenever possible or you would expect that any moment you to comply with all the patent interrelations with the gods to non anymore materials and there's a regulatory person. I feel that as much as I appreciate it. I always see cautious because I don't want to any wishful thinking and due. Diligence is always required. Aren't those non animal materials? Don't get blindfolded around the documentation. You truly want to understand why this material is known in Mauritian so keep your eyes open. Keep Your Mind. Open work with the suppliers as closely as possible to truly understand when they talking about non animal origin. Is that exactly what you want to half what you think? Non Animal origin is to avoid any begrudge. Any confusion and at the end may terms disappointment. I also feel like it was worthwhile when you're auditing Uranus to question the the animal for non GMO origin situation and to make sure that you're suppliers are in fact producing S. You wish them to that makes a Lotta sense and I wanted to switch gears a little bit here and ask you work if you could talk about which products in your portfolio or non animal origin and also how much insight you have into. The manufacturing process of the supplements might be started out as being composed of animal origin. caused in the old days. A lot of people just Sourced components from produce them from Sarah. In the meantime. I have as a new wave. The recumbent supplements which Humira he formerly Serem source erm contributed. Mansell so for instance. We asked the using feasible when Sarah more in the hemisphere we have At are commonly such as transferring or at Newman or growth factors to just a few incident on all three and also on the on the side of the manufacturing agents in the days feeding relies for instance on core sonnen tricks. In the meantime we have a complete fool of which we friend Aries greats manufacturing AIDS is something that is typically subsidized on the supplements but it's really Orissa. Supplement manufacturing process ends on the collection of this recumbent. Enzymes is labeled as said prime recumbent supplements and everything in my portfolio. It's Dunston said prime. 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1 Dead, Another Man Injured in Bronx Smoke Shop Shooting

Curtis Sliwa

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

1 Dead, Another Man Injured in Bronx Smoke Shop Shooting

"One man is dead another wounded after being shot incited tobacco shop in the Bronx police think it may have started with an attempted robbery a man with a gun chase to twenty three year old guy into the store and east a hundred sixty seventh street near grand concourse about eleven last night then he began firing JJ Ali owns a shop he ran to the back of the store but he was trying to survive he was running for his life the victim twenty three year old kasha Richards took a bullet to the head he died one of Ali's workers at thirty two old man was hit in the leg and the killer well he's still

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"kasha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"kasha" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Pentagon says the US remove a patriot missile battery into the Middle East to counter threats from Iran. The USS Arlington transporting marines will also head to the region. There have been ongoing concerns that Tehran may be planning an attack on American forces or interests in the region special counsel, Robert Muller will not appear before the House Judiciary committee next week after all moral from correspondent, Linda Kenyon, House Judiciary committee, chairman Jerrold Nadler says the committee had hoped to hear from Muller on may fifteenth. Instead, he says the committee is still negotiating with the Justice department while the may fifteenth date is off. Table chairman Nadler says the committee still expect smaller to testify about his Russia probe Nadler says in his words, he will come at some point if it's necessary we will subpoena him. The White House reportedly requested former White House counsel done mcken to publicly state. The President Trump did not obstruct Justice. But administration official told CNN Mcgann declined, I'm Barton Necker from Bloomberg world headquarters in New York. I'm Doug krizner, the US equity market recovered from early session weakness when President Trump tweeted on U S, China trade talks being constructive. And he said they will continue. But for the moment there is no deal. Earlier the US did slap tariffs on Chinese goods. We are told the US did also issue a bottom line. Beijing has three to four weeks. More to reach an agreement before the Trump administration intends to enact additional tariffs on three hundred twenty five billion dollars of Chinese imports. Not currently covered by tariffs at the end of the day. The Dow is up four tenths of one percent, the S and P five hundred. And at four tenths of one percent higher and in the NASDAQ market the composite index added one tenth of one percent. We had shares an Uber falling more than seven and a half percent on their first day of trading, this company CEO Darra kasha Schalke. You.

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"kasha" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"kasha" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Right wing side Larson trying to go over to the left circle. Get a shot but rolled away from it. Has the puck caroms off the board and up to center ice on the left wing Smith. Feeds it into the back end jurist for echo echoed skating shooting and that deflected away in front. Back out to center ice by Larsen. Trying to throw that out of his own that one was blocked and Larson is the man who dumps it behind the Nashville net. Both sides changing up. Echo back of the Nashville goal. Here's what their fourth line out Irwin skates up the center. Dumps it in the stops on his back and turns to his forehand comes out or as chop back down my Antic lever. But brought out look down the left wing side. Rolling back after download cassia this called up. From the team San Diego the American League back antibiotic Weber putting it back to menteur his shots. Stick with flying in the air against the end glass. And picked up. Now, finally, the ducks retrieve it Brian givens. Flip Dan from outside the line by potato left-winger tonight. Dumped behind the Anaheim goal. We are six twenty four into this opening Andre kasha back in the lineup was some good zip carrying in right side. And then Henry trying to set up Ritchie coming down the backside. What's the pup skipped a little bit? Here's Yosi across the online. Tried to set it up Salamat took a swat at it. Then he falls down goes up against the end wall comes back aprio. She left point he tries a shop that goes up high.

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"kasha" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"kasha" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"KTAR in-depth. Never streams could I believe that something like this could ever possibly happen that is tree of life. Rabbi Jeffrey Meyers who's leading a service at that synagogue in Pittsburgh when the shooting started that alleged shooter is expected to appear in court today facing charges twenty two of which could make him eligible for the death penalty. Can we stop acts of violence like this before they haven't joining us on Arizona's morning news. Jon Cohen, the former acting undersecretary for intelligence at the department of homeland Security, John LA Di HSS efforts during the Obama administration to counter violent extremism and mass casualty attacks we've had anti-semitism with us for a long long time. John why? Now this worst the worst attack ever on American Jews what the two incidents that we experienced last week the the attack in Pittsburgh, then the incident involving the multiple tight bond, but they really illustrate is that were experiencing a convergence of two. Disturbing trends, the first is that over the past five years, the country has experienced a growing number of kasha attacks committed by individuals who are disaffected prone to violence who are mentally unstable who self connect with some ideological or political cause and then use that 'cause as a justification for committing mass murder, what we are also saying, and this is a relatively newer development is that the the political rhetoric and our country has become more hostile and more tribal where Paul toes running for office view tend to describe their opponents as being evil corrupt enemy to the country that these individuals who conduct these attacks deriving, the same sense of inspiration from this political rhetoric as they are from the posting of groups like ISIS, Al Qaeda, or even Nazi groups. It's impossible though, for the government to monitor everybody on social media all times, and I don't think most of. Americans want that. So what can we do to keep an eye on these people a lot of where you're right? It is both impossible and and inappropriate for the government to monitor everybody speech, and in this country, you know, the constitution protects free speech. But there's been a lot of work done by law enforcement over the last several years working closely with mental health professionals and others to really understand who these people are that are conducting these attacks and more importantly to recognize to understand what are the behavioral indicators exhibit before the attack. So what we need to do is replicate what a number of jurisdictions are doing around the country, which is educate the public about what to look for trained law enforcement to recognize reports that need further scrutiny have one person at work with mental health professionals to evaluate the risk posed by individuals have the capability to look at what they're doing on social media as a part of that broader, look and then employed threat management strategies to prevent attack. Jurisdictions are doing this on the country. We've had. Recent success stories where attacks have been stopped. It's something that needs to be a priority for everybody. That's John Cohen former acting undersecretary for intelligence at the department of homeland security he is still working closely, by the way with federal officials to address the rising number of mass casualty attacks, including how social media impacts this growing threat against a US citizens. I mean, just absolutely horrific. What happened in Pittsburgh? It is six.

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"kasha" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

Show Me the Meaning!

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"kasha" Discussed on Show Me the Meaning!

"Right so which i thought was awesome it reminded me of a movie we reference on here kasha meek as dead or alive that's way more harmful but i just i thought the balls of just the ending a movie where half of the universe die but having said that i will i have a deep deep disdain for for part one movies for any movie that that is not final of you know like you're not satisfied by the end like there's more to the story i didn't like it when kill build it i didn't i never like it you know i feel like give me half of my money back lease but aren't all of these films like part one exactly yeah but usually they start team but usually they do for the most part one good job of keeping pretty self contained and then they'll have kind of a post credits oh shit this person's come and seen but it's never like oh well half the universe is dead the end you know it's kind of like like comeback next week which is what this is you know so i i hate that about it but at the same time i thought it was kind of cool okay i'm i feel both ways a mixed cool well let's go next with our resin marvel expert matthew would you think well actually can compare my first and second time seeing it i saw twice thursday preview night and then first thing friday morning as soon as the theater opened which was always the plan even if i was going to write the wisecracker addition or nakas i just love these marvel movies so first time it was a good film not top echelon but second time around i'm like okay yeah this is a great marvel movie one of the best and all the problems that were there on the first.

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"kasha" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"kasha" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Okay okay use the inside of your shirt exactly you don't you don't even touch the door no matter what you lying sack of dyson yet doorman doran that's spirit airlines they're landing in dc a flight attendants i'd like to tell you that let's see what does she say exactly i would like to tell you about the march for our lives and i guess she just went off on a lecture about the the the antigun marks this weekend kyle kasha ver cash is like one of the parkland shooters whose vocally pro gun who obviously wants things to be changed and better that this isn't happening but he's pro gun he doesn't wanna take away our guns or anything he's one of the kids that and then cnn won't let him on because he's pro gun he was on the plane can you imagine this a parkland shooter survivor who is pro gun on the plane being lectured by this twit this giant hat wearing twit at spirit airlines flight attendant i wanna i wanna make a political statement the this weekend so he was outraged she tweeted out he said just landed in baltimore dc just landed in baltimore on spirit airlines the stewardess felt compelled to give it all speech about the march for allies which openly says on the petition that they're trying to categorically ban a are fifteens and made everybody clap she made everybody clap you stupid foolish seals or own he says anything just be nonpolitical anymore spirit says while we appreciate that our team members are individuals we don't believe politics should be part of the guest experience really we are looking into the incident and apologized when he gets offended by these comments i'm offended spirit airlines where it's a dirty filthy plane that's a nasty we charge you a million bucks for an extra piece for one for actually for any luggage and our our stewardess lectures you helmet how many things she is my caller stewardess to a flight attendant.

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"kasha" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"kasha" Discussed on 790 KABC

"The docks when it by a score of four to two well we saw something here tonight that i don't know if i've ever seen on an nhl game three fights one right after the other in a span of only four seconds to twenty nine of the first sprayed mcdermott and bowl squared off then they were set up for a faceoff they dropped the park an angry often be exa a rematch from the last time these clubs met they went offer fighting a to thirty one and then they dropped the puck to start playing clifford and richie went to seconds later so uh three fighting majors to each team within four seconds early in the game but things settled in after that and the kings and the first three shots on goal in the game anaheim did not get their first until six fourteen of the first period and this is what happened when they got their first job lindahl milan the puck off a now were killed the settler ice for anaheim and akasha kasha to the king's line rightwing to the right circle i shot any stories put it right but torino wickets ugh jonathan quick who i don't think was expecting kasha to shoot from there so andrei kasha hits the game's first goal here at six fourteen of the first period ducks have bully and his tenth goal of the year raquel and gets left with the assist that goal at six fourteen drew doughty went off for interference later in the period at 1731 and the ducks had the first power play of the game and they scored fifty four seconds on the anaheim powerplay purse prayed winding down kasha into the.

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"kasha" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"kasha" Discussed on 790 KABC

"For pearson on leftwing his outlet picked off held in by kasha hill dump it back end date muhsin pressured plated up the wall pearson will spring carter carter to the red line in carter will bounce one in on goal tender gibson and that line for the king's will head off on a change up the rightwing for anaheim is derek grant checked off the puck at the king's line four 'but now across picked up by doubt into the zone for kamel larry kamel uri through it behind the net chases a down doubt has it left it into the corner to the right of gibson pinching download is four forepart for dow behind the anaheim net now reverses it back leftwing side to four burt plays it out of the blue line campaign where they shot blocked man cog lay on all plays at ahead on site for sabir in sabah rent bumped along the boards by campaigh the to fall to the ice download the puck is doughty under three minutes to play in regulation no scored doubted a camel uri checked at the red line both teams making changes as fowler controls fowler plays it ahead shaw steers it in office stick of wagner how does goaltender kemper and he cleared around the glass it goes over the glass an out of play with two thirty six left in regulation zero zero not a lot of shot direct kipani here in a third period just three shots on goal by anaheim kings it had a couple of power play here to carry three of their shots of come via the man advantage but both teams a little bit more content to keep the puck around the perimeter outside the face optouts ticket it away from the great scoring areas raquel out with perry and cog leon over the ducks they've had some good ships here in the third period koepka a wins that draw picked up cleared out to center by martinez played by the.

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