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"kimani" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"kimani" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Written by Ken Macon for the monitor. Traditions come and go, but the last cowboys of Colombia still find purpose in the centuries old practice of cattle wrangling. The cowboys workday began around 3 a.m.. I remember watching my grandfather and his fellow cattle drivers in rural Columbia gathering under the stars, sipping black coffee and preparing to start their strenuous work in the field. To this day, cowboys still travel Columbia's planes on wild and hardy horses descended from those brought by the Spaniards in the 16th century. Twice a year in man June and November and December, ranchers hire them to tap into their traditional cattle driving practices. They travel across the orinoco river basin in the eastern region of casanare in search of wild cattle. They heard the cattle through song, form a rodeo and guide them through branding and vaccination. But large industries producing crude oil, rice, and oil palm have displaced many ranches, disrupting the heritage of local Yan arrows, or people of the plains. Jano work is a way of life for me, and I'm proud of my cowboy skills. But times have changed a lot, says one cowboy, Oscar Acosta, adding that many traditional young arrows are aging and the descendants no longer preserve the traditions of their parents. Not that that stops mister Acosta, having started his training as a young arrow as a young boy, he still finds purpose in the time honed profession. Now in his 40s he works to carry on the tradition. This story was reported by Natalia angarita in casanare, Colombia for the monitor. Now, commentary from the monitor's editorial board on Ukraine as Africa's inflection point. In the three decades since the Cold War, much of Africa has sought to engage the rest of the world with a certain neutrality. It's people have welcomed investment from China and lately from Russia, for example, while still maintaining ties with the west. That openness was aimed at accelerating economic growth and strengthening democracy. It hasn't worked out that way. The more harmful consequences were in plain view, a new scramble for Africa's vast resources, more corruption and an erosion of democracy. Now, Russia's invasion of Ukraine is prompting African countries to confront not just these vulnerabilities, but also a mindset enabling them. Concern over the war's impact was evident in how African countries voted on the resolution condemning Russia's invasion. 28 of 54 countries backed the measure, most of these were democracies. Kenya and almost every African country was birthed by the ending of empire. Said Martin kimani, Kenya's ambassador to the United Nations, we must complete our recovery from the embers of dead empires in a way that does not plunge us back into.

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"kimani" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"kimani" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"I'm Dave Scott. And I'm Amelia Newcomb. What do the punk rock band Green Day? Delta Air Lines, shell, Mercedes Benz, Eurovision, FIFA, the metropolitan opera, and Disney have in common. They and many others are cutting ties with Russia. Like a BTS song standing up to Moscow is going viral. Beyond the official government sanctions, the speed at which private companies, sports organizations, athletes and artists have expressed their moral outrage over Russia's invasion of Ukraine is unprecedented. The closest historical parallel is South Africa. The divestment campaigns and protests against apartheid spawned in 1959 took decades to develop global support. We're watching this shift against Russia unfold in days, says historian zeb Larsen. The pace of change, he says, is striking. More recent grassroots sanctions movements such as the pro Palestinian boycott divestment sanctions and fossil fuel divestment campaigns have also been years in the making. We saw a similar moment of worldwide umbridge and empathy after the 9 11 attacks. We are all Americans, the French newspaper Le Mans wrote in a 2001 headline. History shows us doctor Larson says, conspicuous violence drives moral outrage more than anything. To some, Russia's invasion also smacks of a bullying colonial mentality. In a widely shared speech, Kenya's ambassador to the United Nations, Martin kimani, described Russia's violation of territorial integrity as dangerous nostalgia for empire building. Will this international shunning be effective or endure? It's unclear. But it's unlikely that Russia's risk assessment included this scale of moral clarity and solidarity. Also likely unforeseen as Ukrainian president volodymyr zelensky's open defiance. It is breathtaking to witness actual courage. It's even more breathtaking when that courage is both moral and physical rights conservative calmness, David French. Mister zelensky is not just speaking against evil, he's quite literally standing against evil. Apparently many around the world have found that courage inspiring and are taking steps to support it. Now, today's stories. Her first story, our reporter.

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"kimani" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"kimani" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"70123 for your chance to get on the wdbo payroll payout. Now Russia do it safely. You got the whole newscast to do it now even read the word again At the end. Our top story. Labor Day marks the end of federal unemployment benefits for over seven million Americans as those unemployment programs related to the pandemic expire. Orlando State representative on a S, Kimani says that means an end to the extra $300 per week and benefits people out of work had been getting the system is criminally broken. It's been criminally broken and this past session which Try to not only fix the system but increase the benefits. We were denied. President Biden says States should use unspent stimulus funds to extend the programs, but leaders here in Florida say they can't do the conflicting guidance from the Labor Department. Kevin Refuse Wdbo, one of 73 FM and AM 5 80. This is W. De Vo Orlando turns first for breaking news, weather and traffic. This is eyewitness news meteorologist Cassandra Creamy, Tracking a slightly better chance for more of central Florida for our labor day. I've got the details coming up. Brandon Hogan. 91 degrees in Orlando rained down in Kissimmee in your Hunter's Creek some more in Saint Cloud. The rest is to the west around Plant city market is back in a few minutes, continuing our team coverage. Osceola County School leaders say bus driver shortages are the reason why they've had a problem with keeping a consistent bus schedule another factors due to families in transition, meaning those who are living in hotels. In their cars or with other relatives. Some of these families will literally move overnight. And we won't know about the change for a couple of days, and then we're scrambling essentially to get a bus and find a bus that might be in the area. School leaders worry that the problem will get worse since the eviction moratorium has come to.

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"kimani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"kimani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Football players. I mean, obviously, we competed no matter what the situation was needed to go our way, But guys just kept fighting. Well, White certainly has had a tough 2020 season. He lost his dad in a car accident in September. Why did spend all seven of his NFL seasons in the Patriots uniforms winning three Super Bowls? Along the way? He's loved and respected as much as any player in that Patriot locker room. We'll see if this is indeed perhaps his final game in a path uniformed today kick off this afternoon from Foxboro will be at one o'clock. Massachusetts police officer playing Santa and saving Christmas for two women accused of trying to steal groceries for their kids. Officer Matt Lima, responding to a shoplifting called the Stop and Shop in Somerset, the two women with a couple of young kids with them were accused of bagging groceries at a self checkout. Without scanning them. The women said they had fallen upon hard times, and they wanted to provide Christmas dinner for their Children. Officer Lima says he thought of his own kids and decided Not to charge them instead. He used his own money and bought them $250 in grocery gift cards. People arrested in Ashland to police arresting a suspect in an armed home invasion. This was on Buckley Avenue. The homeowner is woken up by the sound of a break in at about 1 50 in the morning. The culprits getting in through an unlocked window. Police say the homeowners fought off the suspects who ran off. One of the residents was Treated at a local hospital. One suspect arrested later in the day on Wednesday, a juvenile arrested a day later, and three people in Cranston, Rhode Island, arrested for assaulting police officers and running one of them over Within a TV police in Cranston, Rhode Island, say about 30. People on motorcycles and eight TVs were driving recklessly on Atwood Avenue just before four Friday afternoon, they say is one officer attempted to arrest one of the writers. He was surrounded by other drivers who circled in a threatening manner. One of the A. T. V S is alleged to have run over an officer's legs. Someone else is alleged to have smashed the police cruiser window. Several other officers suffered minor injuries chasing down suspects. The Boston Globe reporting that the injured officer was brought to Rhode Island Hospital. Police say his injuries did not appear to be serious under arrest 23 year old Cheyenne Boisvert of North Providence, 33. Year old Eduardo Rivera of Warwick. And 22 year old Kimani Mitchell of Providence. They were arraigned Friday evening. Art Cohen WBZ Boston's news radio, the Corona virus pandemic, having a little effect on deadly car crashes in New York City traffic, maybe lighter in the Big Apple. But that doesn't mean the streets are safe for The New York Times is reporting at least 243 people died in traffic crashes in the city and 2020, marking the deadliest year on record since Mayor Bill de Blasio introduced his Vision zero safety program in 2000. 14, experts say people spend more recklessly.

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"kimani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"kimani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Republican Senators air joining about 140 House Republicans objecting to the certifying of the electoral vote by a joint session of Congress, and they're demanding a special commission to investigate claims of voter fraud claims that have been rejected by courts and state legislatures and unproven by audits and recount. Senator Mitt Romney calls the effort by fellow Republicans a danger to democracy in a written statement Saturday night, saying partisans would inevitably demand the same anytime their candidate lost. Calling it a dangerous ploy. Republican Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse on social media, saying it's a case of ambitious politicians who think there's a quick way to tap into the president's populist base without doing real long term damage, Sass says they're wrong Quote Adults don't point a loaded gun at the heart of legitimate self government, and that's a B C's Chuck Sivertsen reporting three people in Cranston, Rhode Island, are arrested for assaulting police officers and running one of them over with an 80 B WBZ start. Colon Police in Cranston, Rhode Island, say about 30 people on motorcycles and a TVs were driving recklessly on Atwood Avenue just before four Friday afternoon, they say is one officer attempted to arrest one of the writers. He was surrounded by other drivers who circled in a threatening manner. One of the A. T. V S is alleged to have run over an officer's legs. Someone else is alleged to have smashed the police cruiser window. Several other officers suffered minor injuries chasing down suspects. The Boston Globe reporting that the injured officer was brought to Rhode Island Hospital. Police say his injuries did not appear to be serious under arrest 23 year old Cheyenne Boisvert of North Providence, 33. Year old Eduardo Rivera of Warwick. And 22 year old Kimani.

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"kimani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"kimani" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Say is one officer attempted to arrest one of the writers. He was surrounded by other drivers who circled in a threatening manner. One of the A. T. V S is alleged to have run over an officer's legs. Someone else is alleged to have smashed the police cruiser window. Several other officers suffered minor injuries chasing down suspects. The Boston Globe reporting that the injured officer was brought to Rhode Island Hospital. Police say his injuries did not appear to be serious under arrest 23 year old Cheyenne Boisvert of North Providence, 33. Year old Eduardo Rivera of Warwick. And 22 year old Kimani Mitchell of Providence. They were arraigned Friday evening. Art Cohen WBZ Boston's news radio, the covert 19 pandemic, continuing to take its coal toll on the health care system. With hospitalizations up 129% over the last month, the state is scrambling to increase surge capacity. Doctors worry the increased volume they're already seeing will only get worse when the post Christmas spike starts to hit yesterday about 60 patients were being treated for Corona virus at the D. C U Field Hospital Center in Worcester. Admissions happening faster than discharges right now, the D. C. You sent her on Lee has the staff for 100 beds. And they expect 75 of them will be full by this weekend. A total of 190 cities and towns here in Massachusetts are now considered at the highest risk for transmitting covert 19. The Thanksgiving.

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"kimani" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Had shot a man and held his ex girlfriend at gunpoint in plant city. Three deputies tracked him to a burger King parking lot shortly after midnight and approached his car, got out of a car and immediately open, firing The deputies as they were moving in apprehending the deputies fired back and kill Co colas. The man he shot should survive that massive back up on the Howard Franklin Bridge yesterday afternoon came after two teenagers led state troopers on a chase. It ended with a crash on the bridge. The F H P says the two jumped off the bridge and one of them died, 16 year old Tauron Jackson was dead when they found him, 18 year old Joshua read. Actin had serious injuries. Troopers say they had drugs in cash and a car that reached 120 miles an hour before the crash. The company that got more than $70 million to build the state's unemployment system that doesn't work just got a new contract from the state worth $110 million to update Florida's Medicaid program. State representative Anna Esseker. Monty tells news Channel eight in Tampa. That politics played a part. There's a reason why the public continues to not trust government do not trust politicians. I think this is one example of it s Kimani wants the contract frozen until State investigation into it concludes with Florida's news. I'm John Mc Weston. This is a Bloomberg money minute. President Trump Span on US transactions with the Chinese owners of the wee chat and Tic Tac Apse is throwing some shade on US stocks today, Tech shares leading the way lower, though investors have walked back a lot of their losses. The Dow down just 10 points, the NASDAQ is falling 116. That's 1%. The S and P down five. The move backwards comes after investors took losses a little deeper. When Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin rejected Democrats offer on a Corona virus relief package. They're worried about what will happen if there's no new aid. The July jobs report played into that, too, with its better than predicted 10.2% unemployment rate and slightly more jobs added 1.8 million than expected. Investors worry there's no incentive for a deal. Don't expect to see Disney or Comcast Universal rushed to buy a theatre chain, but they can if they want. A federal judge's terminated.

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"kimani" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"In my life yeah yeah yeah my phone button but Kimani dinner who's going to clean my bathroom but yeah does not it does get better is just not necessarily that easy right right exactly so so you know when people say things to me like all my credit was terrible then I'm just destined for you know bad credit you know I I remind them that it affects everything your credit score affects what kind of car loan you're going to get how well how much you're gonna pay in car insurance what it just affects everything what kind of credit card you're offered everything it affects everything so you need a good score so that I can help you get a good score because did you know that it changed every month based off of like what you all and what your credit mix is and how much you owe on that credit card versus what the limit is and then if you pay that down the next month now it's a whole new number because new information that it's assessing let's talk about that so let's just say that you've got a credit card with a ten thousand dollar limit and you have a habit of maxing it out and then paying it off is that good or bad so on you know I'd like to do this will not Max it out but you know I dig the points that's what I'm after I'm only twenty points but if the if you Max it out and then pay it off and then Max it out and pay it off you really not telling the credit bureaus that you know how to manage debt you're telling them that you know how to Max it out and pay it off right it's not really managing that so what I'd suggest that to that person and and where the problem comes in our back up real quick is that depending on when I pull that credit report in the months are you maxed at that moment or had you just paid it off right in the middle where are you at with so it doesn't show like a longevity of right so most people would think you know I have the ability to pay that off some golden exactly so it's not necessarily golden it depends on when you pull exactly is that I sometime to do that so so your payments due on let's say the fifteenth and it takes about five days to pull so let me get can you do like any kind of calculated timing of the that's great I love it yeah I know so not really I mean okay because every credit card reports at a different date of the month to the credit bureau so it depends on when that rip and information is reporting what I generally tell people is if if I happen to pull it and you owed nine ninety nine on that ten thousand card or whatever then I tell them okay here's here's what I want you to do is you know you're just paying it off anyway every month so the next thirty days let's live on more of your cash instead of on your credit like you're used to doing then as we get closer to the end of the month when we see that your balance is closer to the bottom verses the top will pull then okay and then we're going to have a better at the end you know I can even do a simulation in my credit bureau toolbox it lets me say okay he only owes three thousand on the credit card now what with the score be pushed the button right now.

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"kimani" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Just give garden doesn't so much that go on claim to those in it like over a billion dollars a year in unclaimed gift cards I would use the cold hard cash should be better than a gift card well let's look at the story again as the national retail federation that said that it's the best gift to get that makes sense right yeah so you're giving them the money but I take it that I say off the bat you'll love it posts along circle seven twenty ones Valentine in the morning this is one of four three my family got happy news coming up anything great your life you want to share we want to hear it Kimani shouted out at three one oh four three three one oh four three.

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"kimani" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

"I think another could put my money's yours. Are I know Simone disagrees with that. He says he's obviously I'm a I'm a big fan of your sexually and it's a community of spent a lot of timing of of walked. A lot of projects in space. Definitely put my money in the US and I think I'd almost definitely invest in the company. I'm working with just call the advisor to invest in zeal zippy's sitting on a couple of dollars. You should see so okay yeah so you I mean my pushback would be that that startups fail most of them do that is an interesting project but it's yet to have anything around mainstream adoption. Go to your parents in Austin Hood of U._S. and they asked him if they vote Bitcoin and I'll be waiting and so for me. It's just the shortcut just by bitcoin. You Go. Wow you guys show. This has been such a treat listening to you. Guys Chop it up. I couldn't feel more satisfied with the conversation we've had around. The implications of whether facebook's libra is good for Africa or not. I think we've had a really nuanced discussion. I suppose one thing remains as far as causing out the show. It's a very a simple question that I opened the show with will facebook's digital money lieber be good for Africa. Yes or no starting with you Michael Kimani. It's a simple Yay or nay nay. It's a straw nee. What say you Simon Dingle? I'm not allowed say maybe but it's all I can say Simon Simon's that is not an option right here okay fine. I'll be optimistic and I like that we have to <hes> divergent views ALP omit myself. Maybe I'll I see what you did van so we have <hes> I think that pretty much fairly represents the opportunity here frankly danger here everything we need to apply minds to thinking about more deeply as we sort of navigates navigates Africa's digital future and I think that's a sums up how we like to think about things in a nuanced <hes> fashion that <hes> Chuck's the over-simplification overboard so I just WanNa thank you both for being on the show. I do WanNa remind everyone listening thing right now that we'd love to hear what you think of this very specific question will facebook's digital money libra be good for Africa. We'd like you to factor in give us a shout on twitter or Instagram at African roundup is where you can find us facebook look dot com forward slash African take round up. We'll drop us an e mail via. Hello at African take roundup com otherwise just one last time I wanNA thank my guest hit today Michael Kimani thanks for having us <hes> again. Thank you so much for for bringing your blockchain catalyst crypto analyst strong opinions views my own. Why so serious self to the show thank you <hes> Simon Dingle as always thank you for bringing your unique brand of candidates who are how show it's always a pleasure and I wish you both really well with everything you're working on the businesses you consult to the.

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"kimani" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

African Tech Roundup

14:41 min | 3 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on African Tech Roundup

"About you is all signs of over bitcoin maximally so you definitely hello and welcome to the African take roundup episode one hundred and thirty. This is where we round up the most important tech digital innovation highlights from across the African continent. My name is undead indeed I must sue and standing in for my regular co host motorcycle. Anger is good friend of the show. The crypto proponents that assignment dingle welcome back Simon Handy. Thanks for having me back on short notice but I'm glad we made a workout dude. Who'd you off saving the day? That's what you're doing right now. Thank you so much for being on the show. I'm sure our listeners won't mind. It's always a highly rated episode when you wrote it to you. Let's just say I missed Mussa but we'll be okay and then of course joining us.

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"kimani" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on WJR 760

"And weather first. Scattered showers may develop this afternoon as a front gets closer, the highway seventy five and then a cloudy sky tonight with writing creasing and a low of sixty six tomorrow with showers ending during the afternoon and high seventy one from the Weather Channel, I'm meteorologist Jeff marr on news, talk seven, sixty WJR. For news, talk seven sixty WJR I'm are meadowland drum. You have housing questions, the inside outside guys on WJR have the answers here are Ken and jock. Welcome back everybody. The Sunday morning edition of housing lifestyle information you can't trust with the inside outside guys. We appreciate you being whether it's real quick. We've got a special guest. We do have a special guest we've been telling you want about it all morning. And if you haven't checked, and yes, you're right. You're right. What you got good sleep again. Mass like, yes, I did I had to. Who? Couple of sickled man s going to bed at seven thirty. You know what was it about three or four months ago? Matt, Fritz sales exact called me up is can you got to check this place out? He sent me over to Clarkston window and door. And I've seen it. I've passed your place bunch of times. Because you you're, they're, they're in a spot everyone cuts through, you know, seventy five shutdown by it. And we had Jeff Weaver, the owner of Clarkston window and door with us today. Jeff Kimani guys, having Clarkston onto our featured. We're thrilled. No. We are we truly are went.

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"kimani" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on 790 KABC

"And seven thirty pm road on a FOX auto parts shuttle on that day and three days later visited the Home Depot on twentieth street in Lancaster between eight and eleven AM. Anyone who may have come into contact with the infection? At those locations is now being urged to call their healthcare provider and confirm immunization the twenty Twenty-eight Olympics in LA have a bigger price tag than originally thought. The original cost of the games was said to be just over five billion dollars. But the organizing committee announced a revised budget, which is now sitting at six point nine billion dollars. The rising cost is said to be organizers adjusting prices to reflect the real value of dollars at the time. They'll be received or spent if LA doesn't blow the. The budget. It will be the first Olympic host city to do. So since one thousand nine hundred eighty four the last time, the games were held in southern California. Jason Campidoglio ABC news. A search is continuing now for a hit and run driver who struck and killed an eighty one year old man in Torrance crosswalk. Ghulam Ali Kimani of Torrance died at the scene about eight forty pm last night at Delamore boulevard and Marriner avenue just east of Hawthorne boulevard, according to the coroner's office and the Torrance police department the victim was walking south across dilemma when he was hit by a car travelling east the suspect's vehicle described as a blue or gray Honda four door sedan with front end damage. Anyone with information was asked to call Torrance police talk radio seven hundred dodgers lost to the giants to snap that four game streak. They play again tonight. Walker bueller on the mound and angels host. The Blue Jays that sports on seven ninety KABC KABC news time to three. ABC dependable traffic right now to ten freeway westbound right lake heading into Pasadena accident just cleared a few minutes ago. And it's starting to recover for you eastbound side of the ten at around LA brea collector lanes blocked you to an accident. Then already busy here from Cloverfield Fifty-seven south orange Thorpe to the ninety one. It's roadwork in the carpool lane with a backup to your Belinda six zero five south at Washington. That crashes cleared from Lane's very busy from the sixty northbound has also affected leaving the one. Oh, five next reported to twenty four. I'm Rhonda Kramer, AM seven ninety KABC. Your AM seven ninety KABC weather highs in the mid sixties today. It's currently sixty two in Long Beach, sixty five and orange sixty three in downtown LA seven ninety KABC in HD now ninety five point five FM HD two download the tune in apps. So you can take KBC with you wherever you go. I'm listener KABC news at Stater.

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"kimani" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Are so spring is beautiful, but it can be a difficult time to be a a cat or a dog. Who can't tell you? Oh, my sinuses are killing me or g these fleas or driving me crazy, and I'm stripping the for my skin. So you just have to watch them. Well, I think grooming is huge this time of year because you know, you gotta brush if they come in all covered in pollen, you're gonna suffer. They're gonna suffer. Everybody's suffering brush brush brush, if you can get a vacuum with a long arm and get your pets to tolerate that. That really helps there's other things to diet can affect things a lot, but keeping them clean and hosing them off especially dogs who've been in dirty muddy water water that's questionable just hose them off. They shouldn't sit in that or have to lick it off and for cats. It's the same kind of thing if they're naked, and they're loaded the ground. So if your neighbors spraying pesticides, keep your cat in that day. That's. It's just not something he should run through, you know, really and his feet to the feet the pads. They're so exposed all the time. I worry so much about people burning the pads are cutting the pads off their animals because you know, maybe their dogs been inside a lot lately. And it's the first dry hot day in the pavement scorching and the person's wearing running shoes doesn't notice and they take the dog out at noon, and bam now the dog's dying to go for a walk it so excited and it wants to keep up with its human. So won't even let on as it's wearing its pads completely, raw, you know. You gotta feel the ground yourself. So spring time when we gotta get ready for the weather. Right. Absolutely. And in Mike part of the country a lot of people love their dogs in the back of the pickup. And and take them wherever they're going. And you gotta remember that those pickups at least in our part of the country that nettle get scorching hot. So you don't make sure that did your dog has some kind of protection. I mean, you know, maybe. Blanket or something if you're going to do that. Well, the other thing the other thing about that is the humans inside a cab. So they're in shade often in air conditioning and the dogs outside with win. So he seems to feel good, but he is actually direct total exposure to the sun the entire time. There's no shade over him. So that's good. Right. He's getting sunstroke. He's getting heated up piece getting dehydrated. He's getting cranky. If he's a normal dog or an older dog or you know, like it's just not a good a good plan. You got to think this went out a little bit better when traveling with your pets, and in a lot of places you'll get a ticket for that. Anyway. So it's not it's not and then they pull you over. They're going to start writing other tickets if their pet lovers what's going on with that retaliate. It's going on there. Tire pressure. Oh, no. I once had a constable on the on the radio when I was on CK L Colona cross Canada network. And this guy this constable Kimani called into the show just to tell people that he's looking for them. And if he sees anybody with a dog loose in the back of a pickup even tied on a leash if they're not in a correct harness, and they're not provided for adequately. He's gonna find everything wrong. He can. And he was like warning my listeners it was like, oh, no. What? But you know, he said dogs become missiles when you put on the brakes that dogs eighty pounds becomes eight hundred pounds with the force of the motion. And it kills drivers. And passengers that was his point. That was his issue that it's just not safe. So I understand what where they're coming from. But the heat to you gotta really watch. No dogs in cars. No cats in cars. Right. Right. Well, I was getting ready to go there. Yes down here. It is about oh ninety something degrees. And at this moment. So that means five minutes in the car, it it'll be like a hundred and ten and twenty minutes, it can get up to one hundred and thirty so no animals in the car. And in Texas. I'm happy to tell you that there is a good Samaritan law, and you can break you can break a window. If you find an animal, you know, I'd advise calling fleece, but you know, it's super hot and you see the animals in distress. I do it even if they didn't have the law so well over here,.

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"kimani" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

11:07 min | 3 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Let's talk pets on pet. Life radio dot com. We're back on animal party. It's up. We got we got cats and we're talking about spring with the rainbow the cat. Wrangler cat wrangling made easy is my favorite cat book. And it taught me so many things like about touch in fact, but we'll talk about that later right now, we're gonna talk about spring, so dusty what about the pollen? What's the issue there for you? Well, I'll tell you what I have pollen allergies. It is insane. This time of year. I sound like my nose is always stopped up the can't talk. And and I get that Lauren Bacall voice. But the truth is, it's not just me cats. Get these allergy and dogs animals get these as well. And some cats also have grass allergies, and I know doggies who have little their feet bother him. And. There's just all kinds of things going on mold depending on where you are. So spring is beautiful, but it can be a difficult time to be a a cat or a dog who can't tell you. Oh, my sinuses are killing me or g these fleas or driving me crazy, and I'm stripping the for off my skin. So you just have to watch them. Well, I think grooming is huge this time of year. 'cause you gotta brush them. If they come in all covered in pollen, you're gonna suffer. They're gonna suffer. Everybody's suffering brush brush brush, if you can get a vacuum with a long arm and get your pets to tolerate that. That really helps there's other things to diet can affect things a lot, but keeping them clean and hosing them off especially dogs who've been in dirty muddy water water that's questionable just hose them off. They shouldn't sit in that or have to lick it off and for cats. It's the same kind of thing. You know, they're naked. And they're low to the ground. So if your neighbors spraying pesticides, keep your cat in that day. That's just not something he should run through you know, rally and his feet to the feet the pads. They're so exposed all the time. I worry so much about people burning the pads are cutting the pads off their animals because maybe their dogs been inside a lot lately. And it's the first dry hot day in the pavement scorching and the person's wearing running shoes and doesn't notice and they take the dog out at noon, and bam now the dog's dying to go for a walk it so excited and it wants to keep up with its human. So won't even let on as it's wearing its pads completely, raw, you know. You gotta feel the ground yourself. So spring time when we gotta get ready for the weather. Right. Absolutely. And in my part of the country a lot of people love their dogs in the back of the pickup, and and take home wherever they're going. And you gotta remember that don't pick ups at least in our part of the country that metal get scorching hot. So. You know, make sure that that your dog has some kind of protection. I mean, you know, maybe a blanket or something if you're going to do that. Well, the other thing the other thing about that is the humans inside a cab. So they're in shade often in air conditioning and the dogs outside with win. So he seems to feel good, but he is actually in direct total exposure to the sun the entire time. There's no shade over him. So that sounds good. Right. He's getting sunstroke. He's getting heated up piece getting dehydrated. He's getting cranky if he's normal dog or an older dog or you know, like it's just not a good a good plan. You gotta think this went out a little bit better when traveling with your pets, and in a lot of places you'll get a ticket for that. Anyway. So it's not it's not and then they pull you over. They're going to start writing other tickets if their pet lovers what's going on with that retaliate. It's going on their tire pressure. Oh, no. I once had a constable on the on the radio when I was on CK LVN Colona cross Canada network. And this guy this constable Kimani called into the show just to tell people that he's looking for them. And if he sees anybody with a dog loose in the back of a pickup even tied on a leash if they're not in a correct harness, and they're not provided for adequately. He's gonna find everything wrong. He can. And he was like warning my listeners it was like, oh, no. What? But you know, he said dogs become missiles when you put on the brakes that dogs eighty pounds becomes eight hundred pounds with the force of the motion. And it kills drivers. And passengers that was his point. That was his issue that it's just not safe. So I understand why where they're coming from. But the heat to you gotta really watch. No dogs and cars. No cats in cars. Right. Right. Well, I was getting ready to go there. Yes down here. It is about oh ninety something degrees. And at this moment. So that means five minutes in the car, it it'll be like a hundred and ten and twenty minutes, it can get up to a hundred and thirty so no animals in the car. And in Texas. I'm happy to tell you that there is a good Samaritan law, and you can break a you can break a window. If you find an animal, you know, I'd advise calling please. But you know, if it's super hot and you see the animals in distress. I do it even if they didn't have the law, so yeah. Yeah. Elvis. We don't get the heat like that. But it can get like that all of a sudden when you don't expect it like today, it's it's not very warm, maybe seventy five degrees and slightly cloudy, and there's a cool breeze. But if the clouds were to blow over and the sun were to come out for an hour or two it would be ninety. And then what right. The dog left in the car in the shade is not in the shade anymore. And now he's in trouble. And it's just so not fair. So people really just don't do it. Yeah. I know Rover wants to come with you. He says, but if he only knew what was in store, he would choose to stay home. He just doesn't know. You're eighty thinks you're taking swimming. Like, he has no idea. Okay. So disasters over here. We're worried about floods and forest fires. We just evacuated Bardstown island. Mostly couldn't get all the animals off. Couldn't get everything off. It was people were so worried and then the floods subsided the flood water, so it's okay, and they're bringing all the animals back. But if you're ever in the past of a disaster and your animals are friendly, and they don't know their names and commands, and you're not stocked up with what you need, then your animals aren't going to be the lucky ones. Right. That's right. Absolutely. You know, you really need to especially cats, you really need to get them used to the carrier put the carrier out put treats, and they're put a bed in their make the carrier their friend, and you can even train them to when you whistle or click or certain command to go to the carrier. And that is a lifesaver. You know dogs are. Are certainly bring out the leash. And I know my dog just goes nuts, and he's circling, and he's, you know, so excited to see the leash, but for cats the carrier, generally, I call it that transport device because most of the time when they see that. That's what's going to happen is they're going to be loaded up in there. Yeah. That's it. Off to the vet. So if you can make that there little sanctuary, then when the time comes they might actually, you know, if there's a fire in the house, they go to where they feel safe, and if they feel safe in that carrier, they might seek out the carrier, and if not then hopefully, you're training to go to the carrier on command would come in very handy and be a lifesaver, you know, it doesn't take that much. I have five cats and sometimes more coming through and rotating and whatnot but five right now, and I tend to have a very small cat kennel sort of perched inside one of those giant cat scratch things. And when I go to grab cotton it from the garden and spread it around. Again. I always put some in there. And sure enough within minutes, there's an hour. Anyway, there's a cat in there. You know, and I have a larger one on the base underneath another cat scratching a different location with. Nice comfy bed and same thing. Going on always the catnip toy in there. And sometimes I throw a whole sprig in there. And so they just don't mind it right with dogs. 'cause you tend to do puppy chaining and you use your crate, but I sell golden doodle standard poodles labradors and often at about eight months. I get the call from the people who bought the puppy saying, would you like your crepe back, and I say, no because I would like you to keep it you need that because the rescue people don't want your loose dog and the shelters they're all out of kennels and the flood is coming. The fires coming and your dog has a great. They have space, bingo, and your dogs more comfortable in the crate you provided so you can disassemble it into two parts. So it's just a BMP tub. You can throw the screws inside ziplock bag and put it with the door in between the two levels. So you don't lose it. And then it's there you can even put your other emergency supplies in there. So it's all in one place. But you definitely don't want to get rid of those crates. And ideally, you'd keep went around somewhere for your dog to still have it as a hang out, even if it's on the back porch somewhere, even if it's the place he goes when the kids get to rough or maybe there's fireworks and he wants to hide. From them or he just feels like a good ole snooze. Maybe you sick of bone in there once in a while, and he doesn't expect some special. Geico, real good two-way that he doesn't always get or you teach him at trick for it. But you want him to like that place two very important. Well, and you know, let's face it. This is the real world. And I you know, I encourage everybody to go ahead and start making friends between their cat and their carrier. But if that hasn't been done, and if the fire is, you know, a couple of blocks away, and you're going, oh, we need to get out of here. Now, the one thing you can do with the cat is I have talked cases just in case and the cat doesn't associate the pillowcase with the vet the same way the carrier same context. So get the pillowcase out puts kitty, and they're tying not. And then you can catch your next cat, and then slide them in the carrier. But you know, it's. Yeah. That works to. Yes. I mean that's in case of. Emergency. And you never know because second you bring that carry around. They're gonna hide. So. Ninety and bring it out the second you think of going to get it. They're going to have seriously, humans must emit some kind of a faira moan when they're thinking about the vet because they just, you know, I think it's visual picture. I really do because I've tried this. I've tested a few times. We're going to go to a break and.

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"kimani" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Anything that's not a fixed stable living environment for kids. Then we get the ones that are all hallmarks. What is that mean, we we have to call them to verify? Okay. So they're living situation was this. Which means Salinas in her colleague Leon Ramirez. Spend a lot of time trying to reach parents. Good afternoon. Got him in. This is Lillian Ramirez. I'm calling in from the family resource center. They've got a sensitive questions where would you go? If you couldn't stay where you are now out of about ten thousand pink forms that we get every year we have over two thousand phone calls. Cheryl Campbell is the boss here. She's the homeless liaison for the Salinas city elementary school district, which means you can also find her in the evenings at a local homeless shelter. This is how she can find the newly homeless. I don't know if we have pants what size pants twelve and your sister will in a minute. She's bringing clothes and school supplies, and she's definitely going to make sure these kids schools. No, they're here Kimani has been doing this almost two decades. She seen this crisis. Build in part because people are getting priced out of Silicon Valley. Crowding the market here in Monterey County because of lack of affordable renting or even low income housing. The only other option is if they wanna stay in work in this area is eve got a double triple up or motels or pitch a tent or whatever it takes rents in Salinas have increased more than fifty percent in the last five years that's way, worse than even San Francisco or Oakland. And what's astounding here is that almost forty percent of the kids in this school district are homeless. The numbers are not decreasing countywide statewide nationally, they're not going away. It's not going the other way lots of schools aren't doing nearly as good a job keeping tabs on their homeless students as these ladies are about four. Hundred districts in California haven't identified even a single homeless student, though experts say homeless kids live in just about every community in the state. Kennedy and her team have built a reputation at this point. Donations are pouring in. And they've got pole with the district. They're building trust with parents most of the times they're renting illegally, and they don't want to be found out. And they've been told don't you dare tell anybody your living here. They also work with teachers who can be really uncomfortable dealing with the issue. We have.

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"kimani" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:53 min | 3 years ago

"kimani" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Four. Back on animal party. It's up. We got we got cats and we're talking about spring with testy rainbow the cat. Wrangler cat wrangling made easy is my favorite cat book. And it taught me so many things like about touch in fact, but we'll talk about that later right now, we're gonna talk about spring, so dusty what about the pollen? What's the issue there for you? Well, I'll tell you what I have pollen allergies. It is insane. This time of year. I sound like my nose is always stopped up. Then I can't talk. And and I get that Lauren Bacall voice. But the truth is, it's not just me cats. Get these allergy in dogs animals. Get these allergies as well. And some cats also have grass allergies, and I know doggies who have little their feet ballroom, and there's just all kinds of things going on mold depending on where you are. So spring is. Beautiful, but it can be a difficult time to be a a cat or dog. Who can't tell you? Oh, my sinuses are killing me or g these fleas or driving me crazy, and I'm stripping the for off my skin. So you just have to watch them. Well, I think grooming is huge this time of year. 'cause you gotta brush if they come in all covered in pollen, you're gonna suffer. They're gonna suffer. Everybody's suffering brush brush brush, if you can get a vacuum with a long arm and get your pets to tolerate that. That really helps there's other things to diet can affect things a lot, but keeping them clean and hosing them off especially dogs who've been in dirty muddy water water that's questionable just hose them off. They shouldn't sit in that or have to lick it off and for cats. It's the same kind of thing if you know if they're naked and they're low to the ground. So if your neighbors spraying pesticides, keep your cat in that day. That's just not something he should run through, you know. Really and his feet to the feet the pads. They're so exposed all the time. I worry so much about people burning the pads are cutting the pads off their animals because you know, maybe their dogs been inside a lot lately. And it's the first dry hot day in the pavement scorching and the person's wearing running shoes and doesn't notice and they take the dog out at noon, and bam now the dog's dying to go for a walk it so excited and it wants to keep up with its human. So won't even let on as it's wearing its pads completely, raw, you know. You gotta feel the ground yourself. So spring time when we gotta get ready for the weather. Right. Absolutely. And in my part of the country a lot of people love their dogs in the back of the pickup, and and take home wherever they're going. And you got to remember that those pickups at least in our part of the country that metal get scorching hot. So you don't make sure that that your dog has some kind of protection. I mean, you know, maybe a blanket or something if you're going to do that. Well, the other thing the other thing about that is the humans inside a cab. So they're in shade often in air conditioning and the dogs outside with win. So he seems to feel good, but he is actually indirect total exposure to the sun the entire time. There's no shade over him. So that's right. He's getting sunstroke. He's getting heated up piece getting dehydrated. He's getting cranky. If he's a normal dog or an older dog or you know, like it's just not a good a good plan. You gotta think this went out a little bit better when traveling with your pets, and in a lot of places you'll get a ticket for that. Anyway. So it's not it's not and then they pull you over. They're going to start writing other tickets if their pet lovers what's going on with that rare talent it's going on here tire pressure. Oh, no. I once had a constable on the on the radio when I was on C kale, the Colona cross Canada network, and this guy this constable Kimani called into the show just to tell people that he's looking for them. And if he sees anybody with a dog loose in the back. Of a pickup even tied on a leash if they're not in a correct harness, and they're not provided for adequately. He's gonna find everything wrong. He can. And he was like warning my listeners it was like, oh, no Lancy or what? But you know, he said dogs become missiles when you put on the brakes that dogs eighty pounds becomes eight hundred pounds with the force of the motion. And it kills drivers. And passengers that was his point. That was his issue that it's just not safe. So I understand why where they're coming from. But the heat to you gotta really watch. No dogs and cars. No cats in cars. Right. Right. Well, I was getting ready to go there. Yes down here. It is about oh ninety something degrees. And at this moment. So that means five minutes in the car, it it'll be like a hundred and ten and twenty minutes, it can get up to a hundred and thirty so no animals in the car. And in Texas. I'm happy to tell you that. There is a good Samaritan. Jason law, and you can break a you can break a window. If you find an animal, you know, I'd advise calling fleece, but you know, if it's super hot, and you see the animal and since distress I'd do it even if they didn't have the law. So yeah. Yeah. Over here. We don't get the heat like that. But it can get like that all of a sudden when you don't expect it like today, it's it's not very warm, maybe seventy five degrees and slightly cloudy, and there's a cool breeze. But if the clouds were to blow over and the sun were to come out for an hour or two it would be ninety. And then what right. The dog left in the car in the shade is not in the shade anymore. Now, he's in trouble. And it's just so not fair. So people really just don't do it. I know Rover wants to come with you. He says, but if he only knew what was in store, he would choose to stay home. He just doesn't know. Right. He thinks you're taking swimming. Like, he has no idea. Okay. So disasters over here. We're worried about floods and forest fires. We just vacuum Bardstown island. Mostly couldn't get all the animals off. Couldn't get everything off. It was oh people were so worried and then the floods subsided the floodwaters, so it's okay, and they're bringing all the animals back. But if you're ever in the past of a disaster and your animals are friendly, and they don't know their names and commands, and you're not stocked up with what you need, then your animals aren't going to be the lucky ones. Right. That's right. Absolutely. You know, you really need to especially cats, you really need to get them used to the carrier put the carrier out put treats, and they're put a bed in their make the carrier their friend, and you can even train them to when you whistle or click or certain command to go to the carrier. And that is a lifesaver. You know dogs are. Are certainly bring out the leash. And I know my dog just goes nuts, and he's circling, and he's, you know, so excited to see the leash, but for cats the carrier, generally, I call it that transport device because most of the time when they see that. That's what's going to happen is they're going to be loaded up in there. And that's it. Off to the vet. So if you can make that there little sanctuary, then when the time comes they might actually, you know, if there's a fire in the house, they go to where they feel safe, and if they feel safe, and that carrier, they might seek out the carrier, and if not then hopefully, you're training to go to the carrier on command would come in very handy and be a lifesaver, you know, it doesn't take that much. I have five cats and sometimes more coming through and rotating and whatnot but five right now, and I tend to have a very small tat kennel sort of perched inside one of those giant cat scratch things. And when I go to grab cotton from the garden and spread it around. Again. I always put some in there. And sure enough within minutes, there's an hour. Anyway, there's a cat in there. You know, and I have a larger one on the base underneath another cat scratching a different location. With a nice comfy bed and same thing. Going on always the catnip in narrow and sometimes I throw a whole sprig in there. And so they just don't mind it right with dogs. 'cause you tend to do puppy chaining, and you use your crate, but I sell golden doodle standard poodles and labrador does and often at about eight months. I get the call from the people who bought the puppy saying, would you like your back, and I say, no because I would like you to keep it you need that because the rescue people don't want your loose dog, and the shelters they're all out of kennels, and the flood is coming the fires coming, and, you know, your dog has a crate they have space, bingo, and your dogs more comfortable in the crate you provided so you can disassemble it into two parts. So it's just a began tub. He can throw the screws inside ziplock bag and put it with the door in between the two levels. So you don't lose it. And then it's their eight PM put your other emergency supplies in there. So it's all in one place. But you definitely don't want to get rid of those crates. And ideally, you'd keep went around somewhere for your dog to still have it as hang out, even if it's on the back porch somewhere, even if it's the place he goes when the kids get to rough or maybe there's fireworks and he wants to hide. From them or he just feels like a good ole snooze. Maybe you stick a bone in there once in a while doesn't expect some special. Geico, real good two-way that he doesn't always get where you teach him at trick for it. But you want him to like that place two very important. Well, and you know, let's face it. This is the real world. And I you know, I encourage everybody to go ahead and start making friends between their cat and their carrier. If that hasn't been done, and if the fire is, you know, a couple of blocks away, and you're going, oh, we need to get out of here. Now, the one thing you can do with the cat is I have told cases just in case and the cat doesn't associate the pillowcase with the vet the same way the carrier same context. So get the pillowcase out puts kitty in there tying not. And then you can catch your next cat, and then slide them in the carrier. But you know, it's. Yeah. That works to. Yes. I mean that's in case of. Emergency. And you never know. Because second you bring that carrier out. They're gonna hide. So yes. Ninety and bring it out the second you think of going to get it. They're gonna. Seriously, humans must emit some kind of a faira moan when they're thinking about the vet because they just I think it's visual picture. I really do because I've tried this tested a few times.

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Australia threatens ANZ, Deutsche and Citi with criminal charges over share issue

BBC World Service

02:20 min | 4 years ago

Australia threatens ANZ, Deutsche and Citi with criminal charges over share issue

"Head of the senate finance committee orrin hatch called it a tax hike on americans that would hurt consumers manufacturers and workers alike the eu mexico and canada have all how to respond in kind targeting us goods an interim prime minister of pakistan has been sworn in during a ceremony in the capital islam about the caretake excuse me the caretaker prime minister naseer milk is retired judge and former chief justice he'll preside over an interim period before national elections which must be held in the next sixty days seconda kimani reports from islamabad five years ago after the previous have actions pakistan swords first democratic transition of power between two political parties today the government was replaced by caretaker setup after successfully completing its term in office in marks ten years of continuous democratic rule seen as an achievement in a country that has been ruled by the military for nearly half of its existence journal elections will take place on the twenty fifth of july and are expected to be tightly contested competition authorities in australia say that criminal cartel charges are being prepared against one of the country's biggest banks and to of it's advisors citigroup in deutsche bank all three banks have denied wrongdoing phil mercer reports under australia's competition laws individuals found guilty of criminal cartel offenses could spend up to ten years in prison and institutions find millions of dollars the allegations involve anz the nation's third largest bank and a senior executive as well as deutsche bank and citi group an american investment company they all intend to fight any charges brought by australia's public prosecutors the case relates to the sale of almost two billion dollars worth of shares to large institutional investors in two thousand fifteen th abc news russian media has said the north korean leader kim jong un complained of us heckman ism to the visiting russian foreign minister sagala rav telling him he wanted to boost cooperation with moscow he told mister level he hoped denuclearization could happen in a phased manner the bbc's howard griffith is at the korean border walks north korea to russia is very different to what.

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