21 Burst results for "Kista"
La Casa Matusita
"In many ways Lokossa to see sita is more legend than a place whispers surrounded in its neighborhood, Lima Peru and none of the stories about it entirely match they weave in and out of each other never forming a complete picture. Various businesses operated on the first floor of the two story building near the intersection Espana and Gossip Lhasa, de la Vega at us. But the top floor apartment rarely manages to keep an occupant. The each window that lines the wall is surrounded by cheery golden paint and Teal Trim. The Place Somehow always feels dark and closed in. Visitors find themselves assaulted by violent, but unseen forces, tortured cries and flying objects. A priest to attempted to exercise the building was heard screaming before he was found dead due to an apparent heart attack. The name itself derives from one of the legends surrounding. Qasim to see to. The Legend tells of Japanese immigrant by the name of much. Sita who killed his wife and her lover after discovering them in Flagrante. When he realized his children would never forgive him. He killed them as well before taking his own life. There are no historical records confirming this quadruple homicide ever occurred but allegedly, there are property records that Saint Immigrant family did occupy the building. At some point it is likely the name stuck due to rampant xenophobic sentiment in Peru during the first half of the twentieth century. Japanese immigrants began coming to Peru at the end of the eighteen hundreds and their numbers grew in decades that followed. By the nineteen forties however anti-japanese rioting and protests broke out in Lima result of long-standing xenophobia and the pressures of World War, two. The idea of an East Asian, immigrant holding a property like Mukasa, Macho Sita would stick in the minds of xenophobic Peruvians. But the legends of dark happenings at Mukasa Mata. Sita date back centuries before Mr Montecito set foot in south. America. The origin story of this haunting is actually about a very different kind of immigrations. Dare. VASA. Knew they were coming for her? She thought that her neighbors might be more just standing here than they've been in Europe but she learned however that hatred looks the same no matter where she went. When she was little dare Vassilios father told her that her blood, the blood of Persians south of it dynasty was the most rare in the. And while dare boat had been blessed with keen wit and a sharp tongue, she was a long way from Persia and the Peruvian locals had no qualms about reminding her. Not only did they find her form of prayer abhorrent? They resented the fact that she lived alone. She didn't need anyone to provide for her when found themselves in trouble she was the one to help them out with herbs and healing hands. She expected their protection and return, but even they bowed to the KISTA doors. She tried not to blame them. Many of her neighbors could still be calm when the INCA had ruled this land and not the Spanish. Some said, they had seen the fires that burned the Great General Chow Gucci Mock. They had heard that threats of Pizarro to burn their now murdered emperor at two Wolpe to. The Spanish said they were the fires of God and like Derek boats talents, her neighbors called it magic. Their fastball correct them magic was a tool for evil not a way to Allah or to their God's.
Travel to Bosnia
"Welcome to the amateur traveler I'm your host Chris Christensen? Let's talk about Bosnia. I like to welcome to the show. Canaan Charter, which who is coming from Bosnia and his coming to us from highlander adventures dot, be and has come to talk to us about Bosnia Herzegovina. Canaan welcome to the show. Thank you very much happy to be here excellent and for people who can't find Bosnia and Herzegovina on a map. Where are we talking about? Well. Everyone knows how to find Italy. It's a big shoe ships country. You have a boot-shaped country, so just go to the right side across the Atlantic Sea and we are right there. Well and your neighbor of Croatia. Bosnia you know goes around like little crescent moon. knoll on the West and south, and then these we have Serbia and southeast Montenegro. I to address. You're interested in making sure that people understand that. If they remember news about Bosnia, they may be remembering news from twenty thirty years ago when Bosnia was going through. A, war that's done, and that's been done now for quite a long time there there are people who are out in the working world who don't remember that and it's a wonderful place to go I. Want to say that I was anxious to do this show because we haven't done a show on Bosnia for a long time. And since then I have been to the country and loved it. So why should someone go to Bosnia Herzegovina? Well, there is a lot of reasons depending what you're interested in now. Bosnia is very complex country, but extremely small size of Pennsylvania, but inside. You have so much for the adventure seekers. There are so many adventure opportunities from Whitewater. Rafting canyoning to paragliding hiking is spectacular, and then if you're into history, we say that we have much more history than we can handle. Different Than Empires were here. We like to say where the crossroads or that where the meeting between the East and the West. Culturally very complex country, and also religiously we have Muslims, we have the Orthodox Christians, and we have Catholics with three big groups. Of course there's the Jewish community here which has been here since they were thrown out of Spain after Kista, so for five hundred years, all of these make this crazy, crazy and beautiful mix that very interesting for foreigners to see because inside I will for example and. And in many other cities in Bosnia, you can pined mosque Docs Church Catholic, Church and a synagogue literally in two hundred meter radius, and it's been like that for five hundred years while inside I will because that's how will the city is? And all of a Bosnia and we're very proud of that architecturally very different from anything else you can find in Europe you're GonNa, find this mix of. Of European styles as well as the optimum styles and a lot of course, local Bosnian styles in all of that mixed together will like to say that we are a Bosnian pots. That's one dish that we have. It's cooked in a big pot with a lot of things, mixed sight, and that's Bosnia a lot of things mixed, and it works perfectly. An Indian taste is fantastic why you should. Should visit Bosnian well. Whatever you choose. You're GONNA love it. If you're into history too much of it, you're into nature. It's absolutely stunning. It's fantastic, magic Pennsylvania, and then put inside the Rockies Grand Canyon Inca trail at a lot of other things as well a bit of New Zealand as well. We just like seaside. We have twenty four kilometers of seaside, so that's one thing with them have. And then, of course, for actually learning history or getting certain messages, let's say about life about history. How people live together or how they don't like each other, because while we had a lot of wars, let's especially in the last two hundred years. There's a lot of lessons that you can learn in Boston. Let's say war tourism doctors is now very big part of tourism in in Bosnia so if you want to learn about that, we are definitely to come to see what happens. If you don't defeat fascism, like most of Europe defeated off the Second World War and it actually shows how life can be both good and the bat also if you want to visit a place. which is completely different than rest of the Europe and very relaxed very laid back with fantastic food, most at a lot of reasons I think.
Demonstration celebrates statue of Spanish colonizer taken down
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez. A statue of Spanish colonizer juande Altay was removed in northern New Mexico hours before a planned protest, but that didn't stop members of grassroots, native groups and their allies from demonstrating off state road, sixty eight north of the city of Espanola surrounding huddle immunity. Stare at. The Red Nation three sisters collective, demonstrated outside the monuments wall, calling for its permanent removal as county officials decide the statues. Fake speakers used a megaphone to talk about the monument, sitting on traditional Pueblo homelands and recounted the atrocities. The conquistador committed against Pueblo people the. Ball and everyday bubble resistance is the reason public people are still here because resistance is traditional. The group then cross gates onto the grounds. Where the statue stood as deputies watched nearby, demonstrators climbed on the Monument Mount, saying a handwriting song and Red Paint was hand printed on the plaque, own yacht as name. Jennifer Marley has long been involved with the red nation, not a protest. It's a it's A. It's a celebration and also a chance to inform people. About this history entered mind people that the struggle is not over that this is of many victories that we will continue to have and that the work continues, and we must go on. The Red Nation has advocated for the removal of names and symbols of Spanish conquistadors around new. Mexico. The group was instrumental in the University of New Mexico Seal Change, which depicted conquistador frontiers, men. They also led the way in ending pageantry, depicting the re entry of Kista door NC on affay. Monday's event drew some opposition. Shots could be heard from cars, a few voices expressing differing views from the crowd and oncein across the street read all lives matter a slogan which has been associated with criticism of the black lives matter movement, meanwhile in Albuquerque shooting occurred at a demonstration Monday night, as people called for the removal of a statue police are investigating and reported early Tuesday morning. One person was in critical condition. More demonstrations are being planned including one in Santa, fe. The White Mountain Apache tribe in Arizona is increasing safety measures after a rise in positive covid nineteen cases, Christine Trudeau reports the White Mountain Apache tribe reached one, thousand, two, hundred and fifty nine reported positive covid, nineteen cases, which according to travel chairwoman Wendy newly. GATEWOOD is likely due to an increase in testing and contact tracing the tribe is on stay at home orders with an eight pm to five am curfew and has closed non-tribal citizens and tribal members, not living on the reservation. Recently, the council passed a measure that anyone found in violation of safety. Restrictions would be ineligible for a one thousand two hundred dollar emergency relief payment from the tribe safety restriction measures are crucial to. To protect elders says chairwoman, league, Gatewood, as they are the most vulnerable to the virus. We will never in our lifetime care of an actual. Distri of I lived in a wiki up. I had to ride a horse to town. Because we had no car, we traveled in a wagon. We hiked on foot. Those types of stories. We're not going to hear that anymore. And the language they know the tradition culture heritage, the importance of who we are the tribal us one of their hotels as a quarantine, isolation site and plan to purchase additional modular units for quarantine housing. They are in need of item donations like facemasks, hand, sanitizer and cleaning supplies for quarantined homes. I'm Christine Trudeau. I'm Antonio
Minimum Wage Hikes Fuel Higher Pay Growth For Those At The Bottom
"Something unusual is happening in the US. Labor market workers at the bottom of the income ladder. Our finely seeing bigger pay raises than those who are higher up. That is partly because of the tight job. The market with unemployment near a fifty year low businesses have to pay more to attract new workers. Minimum wage though is also play here. Economists say minimum wage hikes at the state and local level. Well are giving a boost to millions of workers here's NPR's Scott horsely. Kista Jelly works a grocery store in Springfield Missouri. She typically works the closing shift noon. Eight or for three to ten PM. I'm a cashier Isis people every day with their groceries when she started almost two years ago jolly made minimum wage. which at the time was seven dollars? Eighty eighty five cents an hour in Missouri. She still making the minimum but thanks to a ballot. Measure passed in two thousand eighteen. That minimum is going up when jolly gets our first paycheck of twenty twenty twenty on Friday. She'll be earning nine forty five an hour. I would hope that it gets better and I think that I'll be better off but I think that it's going to still be a struggle jealous or paycheck. We'll still barely cover her rent and utilities. She relies on food stamps and school lunches to help feed her three children ages. Six eleven and fourteen jollies grateful that Missouri voters approved three additional increases in the minimum wage over the next three years by twenty twenty three to twelve dollars an hour. I've got at least a pecent living wage and then people can pay their bills. They can possibly get a few things on their wants list every month. Like kids need new clothes. or I'm that girl I ran out of Mascara like a month ago. Luxury items such as new socks in Arizona Colorado and Maine. The minimum wage is already twelve dollars an hour. Our the federal minimum has been stuck at seven twenty five an hour for more than a decade. But economists aren't today she says nearly two dozen states gave minimum. Wage workers raised raised on January. First if you're a minimum wage worker in America right now on average you're probably getting paid closer to twelve dollars an hour. That's what they call the effective minimum wage. And today she says those rising minimums are an important factor helping to lift up workers at the bottom of the pay scale. Right now the economy. Oughta me is doing something extraordinary. People at the bottom have actually seen higher wage growth than people at the top and in the middle minimum. Wages aren't the only factor. Today she says low wage workers also have more bargaining power now as employers scrambled to fill job openings. When unemployment's just three and a half percent the patchwork of minimum wages around the country. It does create a sort of natural experiment though for economists trying to measure the effects on low wage workers at least Gould who's the left-leaning Economic Policy Institute. Compared states raised their minimums to those. That didn't no matter how you cut it. The low wage workers are getting a larger wage boost in states that have raised their minimum wage. Gould estimates the higher minimums that took effect this month. Boosted paychecks for nearly seven million workers across the country economist. David Newmark of UC Irvine cautions. However the higher cost for employers may come with trade-offs. You're getting a raise if you keep your job and if you're ours don't change but there's plenty of evidence that there is some job Wasserman. The minimum wages and those workers are worse off newmark acknowledges job loss associated within wage. Hikes is probably less of a problem when unemployment is this low. CASSIA jolly hasn't seen any job cuts at the grocery store where she works. The cashier doubt she'd be getting a raise. Were it not required by the higher minimum. We still need to keep pushing for weird because hopefully people like me will be able to actually make it every month. Jelly says it's a shame when a grocery store worker has to choose between buying food and paying her bills
"kista" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Me with a libel lawsuit and not only that he's using a criminal libel statue to try to intimidate me basically and he's threatening me with twelve years in jail as is his son you know for cybercrime criminal libel. That's what is in the complaint. Obviously I've lawyered up We are going to write you. Know a response to the prosecutor Hopefully it won't even get past you know like hopefully the prosecutor will does look at our response. Look at gyms like very feeble complaint plaint like half of the complaint is just. Jim is upset that I said he might be going senile and he disputes. He's going senile so Yeah but because it's like not even a criminal case yet I can't depose anyone you know like if it would be an actual oh case all it is is the city prosecutor is going to decide whether or not to indict me and you know my attorney says we have a very good chance handsome. Not Getting that far like the city prosecutor most likely will throw it out well and that's where we are right now and that's all I know about Jim. Jim Watkins now Frederick. Is there anything else you WANNA. You WanNa say about the man or or or or talk about any other particular anecdotes you think are useful for people understanding the guy I know I know. Obviously you knew him for years. So yeah yeah why what I would say say about what I would say. That in terms of just particular anecdotes is jam. If he's claiming he's not a racist I would. I would very much wonder about that because I have two anecdotes but I'll just give you one one time time here in the Philippines Jim. Watkins said opened up a new business and opened up a new office for it and he was planning on transferring most of his local local software developers. He has a little team of a Filipino developers to that office so he was building up this office. He installed like four air conditioners us and he was just Emmy Office. Seeing how the work was going you know it was for us. We painted the chandeliers. Were installed yes. He did install chandeliers And he noticed that he only had three air conditioner mullets but he was expecting four so he went around the room and he's getting himself more and more agitated. Where's the air con normal? Why can't I find ended it and he's like you know opening every drawer and Like that and then when he can't find it he addresses the room and there's a bunch of local Filipinos there. I'm there Tom Ridell is there. There's a bunch of witnesses to this us. And he emits a speech he gives says I understand why the Spanish used to to cut off the arms of Filipinos. I wouldn't do it myself but I understand it because you guys just don't follow directions and I understand and why the Spanish used to cut off your arms to teach you a lesson. And he just went on and on and he's ranting and raving about how he is basically really wants to be a good Kista door you know. I don't know how any other way too. Yeah I I mean my wife was a witness witnessed to that and after that event many people ask me why he stays here. He hates the Philippines so much I had to answer. I answer that question from a lot of his employees because it was so confusing and hurt morale in the office a lot because people started to think do do well. I think that way you know what I mean by. Yeah it definitely. It's no way to have a good morale among office workers if everybody he is wondering whether or not. The boss thinks that they're racially inferior. I mean what else am I supposed to say Another another thing I would say is if you're just giving me time to say whatever right now in in terms of the D platforming battle that I've been working on for months now now you know trying to keep h off line because I believe that Jim Watkins is an especially bad image for admit I. I believe that you're Yuki out. Four Chan does a much better job with a much better community and that it's possible to have a site like four channel like like eight John that doesn't inspire the violence that has and that Jim failed in his duty after Christ church to change things to stop for the violence silence. That's basically my argument. And you know you don't know what do you think. What do you think could have been changed changed about eight Chan- like do you think? Once the Christ church massacre happened. There was anything that could have been changed like that would've actually made H in itself less toxic. who was it kind of past the point of no return at that state? Well definitely the toxicity level would be something that I don't necessarily surly no if it could have been changed and I'm not saying that eight Jan is a good site or that it should be online not at all but I am saying that there are things that Jim could don to make it so that terrorists would not want to use his website and he didn't do any of those things are Christ Church For example Oh he could have closed the poor board momentarily for John as a history of closing boards that bring big problems to the site and that threaten its long-term existence existence so he could have closed the bowl board for even a week just as like a form of mass punishment you know against the community MM unity. Yeah for inspiring that kind of attack. He could've made it clear that incitements to violence or not allowed. He could've told his because he had Filipino. Employees pull us that were moderating eight Jan.. He could have told them that they need to start deleting anybody that says they WANNA kill or shoe who were going on a spree or that. They think that one should happen. You know anything. That's overtly violent. I don't know that eight John Ever could have ben like a healthy site where normal people go to express their feelings. I don't know that that's possible. But he certainly certainly four Chan shows that you can have a community. That's very far right without terrorist attacks. Yeah for channing. inconstant there's a lot of unhealthiness in various parts of fortune. There's a reason it didn't spawn. What we're dealing basically yeah yeah? Because the fortune administrators administrators and moderators. Take a very hard line on this and the few attacks that have happened on four Chan you know there have has either have been mass punishment. Or they've done a very good job at scrubbing the manifesto or anything like that. You know mostly what happens on. Four Chan is just like Boyfriend will kill his girlfriend and post a picture of the body. That's disgusting but it's not you know seventy people debt and you also also the kind of thing when it's a community of literally millions of people. Some of them will be murderers. It's like they have that happens. I read it too and it's like yeah 'cause there's a million people or yeah. Four Chan is ten times the size of a chance even at a chance peak so that means there is ten times the crazies and yet they kept them under control draw. Yeah it's it's very clear that it doesn't really take a lot to stop things like obviously it takes a lot to stop a community from being toxic boksic but there's there's a line between toxic and creates an international terrorist movement and it doesn't work to stop the terrorist terrorist movement right and just as an image ward Admin for years. I know that there were many things that could have done that. They didn't do bill and they admit as much in their congressional testimony. Yeah so yeah they do they do they talk about how they're like they're taking more steps and stuff which like after the third shooting unlike. Maybe there's no more steps to take guy. Yeah and did you hear that before eight. Chen went down or eight. coon the a final time. It was being hosted by a Russian criminal. A Russian criminal two hours north of North Korea. Yes maybe they'll make get to North Korea next time. Maybe maybe yeah it's it's pretty wild I I I wonder kind of closing this out. Frederick do you think you'd ever create another online community. Would you ever want to deal with that again. You know. I don't think so. I recognize from my experience. They jammed that. It's tough Doronin online community. It's a lot harder than anyone would think. There are so many crazies.
"kista" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"Yeah. Well, the none is a separate track. It had no connection to Annabel whatsoever. Other than the fact that Ed Lorraine Warren battled both, but that lick was in conjuring too, and they thought it worthy enough. To show an origin story, this feels much less tethered to anything in the conjuring universe. And you're right. It wouldn't surprise me if they just called up this guy to do three days, a work, so that they could make it a conjuring movie and us make that audience more excited about a character. I've never heard of. But in fact, apparently, in terms of Spanish folklore is very, very big. Did you guys know anything about lawyer Rona I didn't know anything specifically about lawyer Rona, however, my Italian mother used to tell me and my brother that if we didn't behave gypsies has no children would take us okay? Yeah, every culture, probably has something like this. Yeah. So I think that it's like a mother's urban legend to keep her kids in line is what happens. And I think you're right. Every culture has is, we have something like this, whether it be someone from the same culture, who is the villain or another culture, that's historically known for stuff like this. But I think we all heard these kinds of. Stories as kids. I mean, I think it was, what Rumpelstiltskin or something that would steal kids in cats used to kids breath, things like that. I'd never heard of. Lau rona. I'm not Mexican. So I imagine that this is appealing to the ever growing Hispanic American audience. I went and looked up a little bit. Because this movie actually won't tell you the vocal room. Other than a slow motion ring around the Rosie. I didn't get who she was or what it was. It seems to be a folk tale to describe Spaniard colonizing of Latin America, that when they came one Kista door met a pretty maiden from a poor village and then threw her away to we found someone else. And as an active defiance as an act of sorrow, she killed the children, she had with this Kista door and us because heaven wouldn't allow her in she's doomed to walk the earth. Trying to find her children and anytime I guess she sees to Brown children. She just says you're good enough and I do think it is told to keep children from staying out all night. It's like, well, if you go out by the river, lie, your own is gonna get you so you'd better be home for dinner by six..
"kista" Discussed on KNSS
"Company. So they in place they replaced it embezzler with another investment, a better background checks there. Yeah. No, the construction, you know, probably have the best looking Kista in prison. Yeah. She'll look very nice. It her prison stripes. I don't want to catch the aspersions about constructions companies. But if these guys are construction guys well. Looks good to me. Sounds like she's got a pretty good resume. Let's go ahead. Being a stereotype there these obviously, well, maybe not maybe she didn't have any record at all. Yes, she saw the how to how to win Basilan Gedid. Did it? Maybe this company will do a better job, the third time, you know, in charge of the money, you know. And I thought it hiring anybody anytime. Is kind of a role of the dice little bit at the end unless it's somebody like you or me just completely you know, there are no flaws at all spotless spotless. Well, there must be something in the water at the main medical center in Portland, or maybe it's just the labor and delivery, nurses, have been inspired by their patients. The labor unit has nine nurses who are expecting themselves the pregnant, nurses, minus one showed off their baby bumps in a photo. That's made the rounds on social media. I've seen it. Do you have to have the school here? They're seven teachers that are there's a Steph interiors yell, and this is got nine of here at this hospital. However now, the babies are all due between April and July not to be outdone, twelve nurses at the hospitals e are also pregnant. The same hospital everyb- every nursing nozzles pregnant wonder what that is are they just of the health benefits. So good that they're all the siding. It's time to have children or something about the economy. There's got to be an explanation to this to be anyway, they're all of the correct age all about this might have been a cold fall. That's new. The weather. Yeah. Who knows? Well, they stuck a little bit about the sheriff's increase traffic enforcement on east Kellogg talked about it yesterday. And Dan had a story in just a moment ago. We're gonna watch it here this week. Maybe get some numbers from surgery county sheriff on some of the law enforcement, they're doing they using a grant to have the deputies go out on overtime, those who want to take part in it and just focus on on Boston's feeders, and let's seat belts and turn signals and all that stuff that you know, that people in every city, it's not just Wichita every city, the drivers just they just do these violations. All the time. I was out last book yesterday afternoon. And just get some amazed about how some of the drivers drive. You know, coming up on your tail you're going, sixty miles an hour down Kellogg, and all of a sudden you look if somebody is right on your back bumper. And then when they changed lanes, they don't use their turn signals. I mean, there are some many crummy drivers in this town. It's unreal. And if you're out there driving right now, it's not you were talking about. Right, right. We know we know Stephen listeners are all great driver and the driver intends to jazz talked about the fact that if if you do need gas today, and I do be ready. They've bumped up twenty cents a gallon jet yet to fifty five in a big bump and a gasoline prices for no explainable reason, six thirty eight thousand Stephen Ted in the morning in time for our K his commodity update with Tom Leffler of Leffler commodities. Good morning time. We'll get the time. We got a twenty cent a gallon bump and gasoline prices here in Wichita have you have ventured out this morning. You know, what's going on in Butler county? You're in Augusta this morning. I couldn't tell you. Okay. Like you said there yesterday, we still crude oil. It's is traces twelve in November. So we've been seeing petroleum prices coming up here lately, Steve. But does does that translate that quickly into the pump prices? I can also tell you how quickly translate it seems to translate quicker to some degree when it's going up the one that's going to a big degree. I would say I would say they raise gasoline prices die the diamond they Lauren by the penny. That's the that's the standard as far as I'm concerned. Down there in that just above two dollar area for quite some. Yeah, you're right. You're right. Consider is. We're also changing that time of the season where we're going into the higher. Yeah. Stage of the year. And I think also you're seeing the changes taking place on the west coast where they have strict restrictions on what they put under gas. Yeah. And that changing the bland also makes things more expensive to the seasonal changing. The blends we call it..
"kista" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"And traffic and weather news sports KRLD, you get the idea. Traffic and weather together on the ace NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. It's six twenty eight. We are looking at a slowdown. If you're making your way out of oak cliff, let's head over to John Wolf, we've got a problem. New northbound thirty five e past Illinois. I've got the only the right lane getting through actually right now accident has the left two lanes blocked off their backed up past the sixty seven murders both on thirty five and sixty seven southbound side southbound four zero eight between Illinois in Kista got the left lane blocked were trying to get that off to the right shoulder. Again. That's the lighter side also southbound thirty five service road going onto eastbound loop twelve Walker rates a blockage in the right lane of the service road as well as affecting the exit ramp to go eastbound on loop twelve Ledbetter northbound six seventy five moderate to heavy mosquito skillman and then in northeast Dallas of the ramp from westbound thirty five TI boulevard had installed eighteen Wheeler. That is now cleared and gone. Westbound thirty that's starting to load up from dolphin through the seventy five forty five interchange in downtown Dallas. Fort worth. We've got an accident as well in the downtown area. Here's Randy fuller. What twenty one Norwood couple right lanes are blocked. It's backed up to Glenview pipeline downtown northbound thirty five W an accident at two eighty seven right lane is blocked to western center. And looks like eastbound thirty it's slow now from east chase to filter. If your drive to plano, the ramp from westbound Bush turnpike to quite is closed that because of an accident not seeing any major tie-ups just something to keep in mind, again, the ramp from westbound Bush turnpike dacoit close, I'm Joyce Nielsen your next report at six thirty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen..
"kista" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"The. Hey and welcome to the podcast. I'm Inca joshing. News in Kentucky in Inca. Jerry's over there. So this is an Inca cast stuff. You should Inca short stuff. You should Inca. You like that one? Yeah. I'm surprised just dumb enough. What do you mean? Oh, I mean. Dominic goodway? Okay. A dumb joke is what my one of my biggest compliments, you know. We have really been hit with the accusations of dad jokes. A lot more frequently lately have you noticed? Well, more than we did ten years ago. Yeah. You know, we're getting older. And that's when dad jokes start creeping in. So these people are right. They are correct, man. Never would have thought. I'd live to see the day literally. That's right. We still stop before we hit puns. Yeah. We're no stricklin. Nope. That's ageless. That's just some sort of mental defect. Nothing to do with age. Not ageless is in timeless, and you could do that anytime. And it's great, right? Yeah. The opposite of that. So Chuck speaking of opposites of that, let's talk about whether or not the Inca actually ever created a written language of any sort. Yeah. This was cool. And I would love to do a longer form show on the Inca period, the income people because man when you when you start poking around a little bit at things that they achieved. And when it happened, it's pretty striking. Well, you know, we did an episode called. How did a hundred sixty eight can Kista doors bring down the Inca empire. Did we really that was a good one? But I I'm sure there's still plenty more to talk about with them. We could do one just on the Inca. Yeah. So I mean, here's here's a couple of things in the wave an overview they had the largest pre-columbian empire in the Americas. Lot of people during the bronze age, and you're not successful as people that that that can grow and thrive like that. Unless you're doing some of these things like building roads to the tune of twenty five thousand miles of highway, right? That's amazing. Yeah. There was something like twelve I saw ten to twelve million people in the Inca empire who were walking along the twenty five thousand miles of of highway which by the way, cut through the Andes..
"kista" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
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"kista" Discussed on Upgrade
"There's a lot going for them. They can drive four K monitor one of them can drive you can either one, but you can drive a four K external display with them. But, but you know, it's still not. So if you if you've got any complex port needs, if you've got a bunch of extra things like I often would have an external hard drive and Ethernet and a monitor like attached to my empower, of course, attached to my laptop when I was at work and in the end they were going through the thunderbolt display. So it was doing all of that. And all I needed to do as plug it in which was good. I imagine that went apple releases its own monitor. And I would actually imagine that existing USB see monitors probably supply power. I'm going to say I've never used one. But I think they I think they do. Yeah. That reduces the amount of pain because you're just plugging in one thing, whereas with the quick area to plug into because your USB couldn't double as or youth the plug in funder bulletin you plug in your power, so they're ways, but I'm just saying, it is more complicated. And for those of you who are inveterate MAC. Book air users are very excited you can buy a MAC book air now. I just want to say welcome to Dunkel town. You'll probably need one goal to convert something somewhere orientation again town whole. That's right. They're welcoming new visitors all the time they're really excited to the Medicare. People are coming in. Now, that's a whole new subdivision. They can build the town. But you know, but then again, if you're and I think apple really believes if you're in the vast majority of people who don't plug stuff in than it doesn't matter. So. Yeah. The keyboard. You mentioned that you you found it. Okay. So it seems like you all warming too because you will one of the most outspoken people. I mean, when when they initially changed to this new flying, you were very very vocal about it and said, I don't like we roll back tape. But the the would hate was thrown out. Well, everybody gets to have their own opinion about it. But I don't I don't think this is the right decision to for them to eliminate so much travel. I don't I don't understand. I'm kinda mocked them last week about. When they may this talked again about the keys to -bility how oh heaven forbid that if your finger touches the edge of key it slightly bins down, you know, while you're pushing it down like who cares? If it's a problem. People didn't really have. We're ant, man. And I struck down to very small size and was trying to stand on a key keyboard and not wanted to be wiggly. I would be very grateful for the keyboard. But as I am not no, I don't care about Kista -bility. I just don't key travelers way more important than Kista ability. So no, I don't love the decision. They made to go to this keyboard. And I guess what I would say is I can see that they meant progress from the first generation the second generation it it. It sounds better. Feels better. I'm never going to like it..
"kista" Discussed on Grown Up Kids: A Disney Podcast
"Thinking about that the other day, and I'm like, man, that was so like watching that was so long ago. It really? Yeah. Yeah, that was like in the grownup kids. Infancy. Yeah. Okay. What we took away from it. So. Have you ever heard of people who like just don't understand how people can love animals like humans? Yes, I don't. I don't underst-. I can't comprehend that thought process. I don't know that thought process, but all those people need to watch this movie. Probably learned from Hugli how to love animals. You should always care about animals just as much as you care about people. I mean, they have feelings, they have thoughts, they feel pain, just like us. They feel joy just like us. And I think that this show that because Public Co. was able to gain conquistadors trust enough to make him overcome that fear. Right. And that's pretty. Awesome. So type. That even not just a mess again was, but other animals help the world go the way it's supposed to go even down to little b.'s which you wouldn't think any care about, but you're really do era, fishery, endangered, guys. I'm so sad. It's not good. It's not all the little bumblebees are fishery, endangered. Planning. But not. I went on a raft. I went on a rafting camping trip. There are a lot of there are a lot of wasps. I'm okay. Good. Yeah, wasps are nobody know. But bumblebees pollinate the earth. They don't sting. They just holiday in their fuzzy in their adorable. So plant flowers for them because they are dying bead. That's my soapbox for the episode has nothing to do come Kista door, but it did. Take your your words. Yeah. Take care of your animals and know that they can form bonds with you. Just like you've found you form a bond with a friend. I mean, they trust you like trust a friend. It's the same relationship probably before my cat is one of my honest to God, bus runs. I can't imagine life without him and I don't ever wanna think about it. He is the sweetest little boy and we have a connection. It's like, explain it. You know. I understand you Publico in case the door. Yeah. I got. I'm gonna talk about shadow again. Don't cheat to get like don't chief to try to get ahead of his his. His whole thing was he bet on. He bet on the horse, which. Was like, initially was fine. But because he tried to like skit, like you scare tack like paint, like physically painful scare tactics to get the horse to actually jump. It backfired inset. Like I mean, like that. That was the thing that kick started the whole, like the whole movie rival adventure. And he just kept going further and further down his little spiral of desperation that you don't even really recognize him. Yeah, I agree. Yeah, that's what I got. Don't lose yourself to or in order to get more. Yeah, that's good. I like it. I'm going to take away how important it is to be an honest just person gonna pump up some posts here for a second. So we don't know. He shouldn't have just kept telling everybody that it was the general horse. However, he was so honest, the whole time helped found him whenever he needed it. He was terrible situation. He could have starved, he could have been kidnapped by those homeless guys. I mean, number of things happen while kids traveling these towns, but he's just very honest, very loving towards keesa door in things worked out for him. So like along with Johnson saying, don't cheat liberal, be a good person. Good things come to you. Yep. Karma karma d- karma. Yes. Right anybody, anything add before get into our Disney memory..
"kista" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"But one of the things that I learned early on as a student pilot, one of the first things you better know before you walk out onto the ramp as a pilot is where am I going, right? You have to define your destination in financial planning is really, no different. You know, my team here keystone wealth partners. And I meet regularly with perspective clients and people who are interested in learning more about what we do or have questions about various circumstances in their lives related to their finances. And one of the things that I find very interesting is that so few people truly have a definition of where they're headed. We ask very pointed questions to try to get a. Better understanding of what really is the goal here. Where's the destination where we trying to end up at and that's not always clear and so just like with a flight plan. The most important first step in your financial plan is to figure out. What are your goals? Right. I mean, if we're going to relate the analogy back around the destination is what are your goals? What are your dreams? Where are we actually trying to get? What is our measuring stick measuring? Is it an amount in probably not it may be what that amount can do for us that actually does matter that is fulfilling. But so my first question to you is have you really defined your destination. What is the endgame? What is the goal? And if you got that goal, if you achieved that what does that mean to yourself into those that you love how does that help you? How does that fulfil something more important in your life? So the first step in your flight plan in your financial plan is really defining your destination. You know, I think back as a student pilot on a story, and I was flying in south Florida. It was actually my first cross country solo flight. So if you're unfamiliar with flying and how you're licensing works. Eventually you're able to solo, but you know, you get in the airplane by yourself flying around. And you're still a student pilot. You're not actually a private pilot yet. But one of the things you're able to do is go around the flight patterns. So you do some touching goes they call them where you come in you land. You take off you go around and you practice those and then eventually you're able to do your first cross country solo and this is not legitimately cross country where you're flying from Florida to Seattle right because you're in a small plane, but you go quite a distance actually away from the airport. And remember you're not instrument rated yet. So you're not using all of your instruments. You're supposed to be flying visually. So you're dead reckoning. They call right? So you're looking at your charts. And you're seeing what's below you. And what lake is down there. And you're flying and going touchdown at an airport. Something that you and your flight instructor have map. Out determined ahead of time. Right, which is the key theme of today's show related to our money. And that's my point. I'm gonna get to what happens in the story when I come back after the break, but here's the deal as a student pilot with maybe thirty hours of flight time, twenty hours of flight time. Do you think that I left the airport by myself in a Cessna one seventy two without an understanding of exactly where I was headed. Do you think I would have done that and just flown out to the west towards the middle of the state of Florida and just thought, you know, at some point all landed an airport, and then I'm just gonna turn around and make my way back to the airport. And I'm sure everything will be fine. Well, the answer is obviously in clearly no, no student pilot, or for that matter instructor whatever allow their student pilot to get into an airplane without anything charted out without having preflight of the airplane, and without an absolute understanding of exactly how long it's. Gonna take to get to each airport and the exact route that is going to be taken. I mean that seems pretty obvious right? But unfortunately, here Kista wealth partners, we meet with people all the time who when we talk about a financial plan. Right. The flight plan for your retirement, they say, I don't know John I get my statements talk to my adviser sometimes, but there's actually no thought out defined plan. That's a huge problem because if you're working with a quote, unquote, financial advisor or financial planner. My question is where's the plan? And so if you're listening to.
"kista" Discussed on Ross Patterson Revolution!
"If you ever now you guys when you see Ian j just walked past it or whatever. You'll. Always burned in your mind. Oh, but he stuff that up there. That's crazy. Again should have gone Kista. You can fit a lot more that one take it from James. Take it from me. I've seen a seen a couple of things you have. You really have. And that was crime corner, crime corner. The nurse who delivered the baby said that the day before she pulled out a Cologne bottle out of a man's asshole that hospital did she? How did that come up for you too? How did that conversation come up. So when you guys are having cigars by the what, what are you talking about? That one happened? I don't. So I don't even know if you know the story. Yes, it was. It was as you were pushing. So as you're preparing and doing your, I push. One of the because it was a bunch of nurses in there and one of the nurses, the other. She was like you on the shift last night, they, they're just making small talk. Yes, and I overheard overheard it and they were like, it was weird one last night, and I was like. Mind if I ask you were in like hardcore contractions, like blackout mode. Sure. Sure. And she was really life changing experience for me, but. So you guys a over me this very, like violating, but go ahead. So you talking over me about about what's going on. So like. I was like. Let me ask in Polk him a beacon there and asking what we talking about, and they were like somebody something in northeast, and I was like, oh, you can tell me on discussing and I get it. And they were like it was a clown bottle, and it was goes man or woman. They were like, man, and they were like, it's always the men. I was like, oh yeah, yeah, it's far as I overheard that. Yeah, you were probably less than two minutes of baby entering the world. This is the conversation that I'm having the nurse. It's so great, and that makes me feel so good was pretty guys were you know that you especially were in the moment. As was I. The that that physically pulled the baby out like that delivered. Yeah, yeah. So she was like she was saying chills, fuck, super chill. She's like, let's have a. She lose baby outta here. Let's have a baby fucking show on the road. I was like jeeze out like ten minutes. I love. I love it. I asked her. I was just like, you know what's weird about this..
"kista" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Morning news with continuing coverage of. Our top story taking a closer look at the Manafort tax fraud trial, jurors. Found, out the government's star witness also face charges, for, hiding, money in offshore accounts but took a deal in order to testify. Against, his former partner it was also interesting to see the judge continue, to chastise prosecutors for trying to throw mud at people and focusing not on the actual charges of tax fraud but what judge Alice considers to be political contributions say a, new Alexa feature protects your home from thieves by, making them think your home with the new away mode feature Alexa. Will play our long prerecorded audio a real conversations and skits reminds me of that scene, in home alone I'm going to give you an. Account at ten to get your ugly yellow No good Kista rock my. Property before I, spoke right Johnny, I'm sorry there are seven tracks to choose from and, summer created by former Saturday Night, Live writers. No Tommy. Gun gangster movie seems though oh well Gene Wexler News ninety six point five WDBO KFC has a new Colonel. Seinfeld alum Jason Alexander will fill the role of Colonel Sanders he joins a long list of entertainers and actors have played the role which have, included George Hamilton Darrell Hammond and REBA mcentire well here's a job. That's a pretty sweet when the company that makes new Tele is looking for taste testers for its product furrow says it wants sixty people to move to Albert. Italy for a three month course starting next month, sign me up to learn about smell and describing taste candidates will need to know how to work a computer and not have any known food allergy semi the, only person is just not a big fan of Natella Natella new you. Like it no no I do not like it I don't like it, either What do you put. It on how bagels chocolate right yes but it's so but it's not, just chocolate hazelnut? Ruined, no, chocolate or have chocolate I. Don't wanna hazelnut I'm sorry Five forty nine. It's eleven minutes, until, you ladies have got to be there by. Six o'clock checking that full. Five day forecast brought to you by the law, offices at HALE HALE and Jacobson good morning Brian Joe it's going to. Be a pretty nice day it'll be a hot one of course we'll hit about ninety two this afternoon which is average and a thirty percent, chance of an isolated storm tonight mostly clear down in. The mid seventy s tomorrow back to ninety two storm chance holding at thirty percent in Thursday again in the low nineties but I'm Thursday afternoon, storm chances up, to, forty, percent. Another forty percent chance on Friday and. Then a forty to fifty percent chance. Of the afternoon scattered storms for the upcoming weekend from channel, nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields. Brian now. It is clear warm eighty degrees it's eighty three out of. Cape Canaveral it's clear eighty. Here at Orlando's severe weather station? SafeTouch Security triple, team? Traffic, Ed Torrence anymore construction problems just still have that construction show on the Beachline state. Revived twentieth eastbound at. The term Pike right lane is blocked. There still to the left that construction.
"kista" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"How it came to be you know so interesting because you know people have seen the grand canyon for a long time that can kista doors centuries earlier the spanish can come in and taking one look at it and gone this is a place nobody's ever wanting to go at nobody ever should go it scared them and right up into palestine that was pretty much what people thought you know this was not a place and powles real genius was to start talking about the geology to start talking about how beautiful it was an extraordinary was he brought artists out he brought photographers on his trips and he began to change the whole public perception of this big huge hole in the ground until it has become today one as we know one of the most iconic features part of american exceptionalism part of what really makes america you know so special but he had very different ideas about how america was expanding and how it should expand then a lot of other americans can you talk a bit about that about how he felt america should be moving toward this great unknown territory yeah he was a man of his time so he saw the america you know this this was a country right after the civil war people had put down their arms and they were getting back to the business of building up america again at all is turns the american west it was largely undeveloped little known and so what we're people going to do with it well for the vast majority before the civil war explores had dubbed it the great american desert you know that it was too dry out there and really a lot of people thought that america kind of ended you know at the rocky mountains kind of thing and there was a big turnaround with with manifest destiny railroad boosters all of this suddenly there was talk about how the land out there was an eden how immigrants and people could seek their fortune and this was america you just go out there and take your plot of land and everything would be great powell said who had spent so much time out of their out there thinking about all these things said hey hey wait a minute you know i'm all for you know developing america to its great potential but there's not enough water out there among other things he he reimagined how borders of states should be drawn based on his findings developing an idea of watershed district something very different than the way we actually do veldt what were some specifics of his plan if you could well you know it's interesting he he so as head of the us geological survey survey which he really developed he had his cartographers draw this map where which he presented to the senate and it's a really colorful thing it looks like you take a you took a paint ball with different colors and you hit the a map of the american west right and what he was indicating there were watersheds right and he's whole idea was that water should be kept within the local in the watersheds and that this and that local control of water should be kept within by the spy the small farmers by the local people and this was an extraordinary revolutionary idea because when you look at the map most people thought of a map as you know political lines and boundaries you know when you look at it it had an effect that was somewhat akin to the early pictures of the of the earth is or the sixties when the astronauts brought home this pictures of the earth is a fragile orb it re kind of imagined what america was about an entirely different way entirely different lens we're talking with john f rossi's the author of a new book called the promise of the grand canyon john wesley powell's perilous journey and his vision for the american west if you've got questions eight four four seven two four eight two five five another idea pile powell came up with was the one hundredth meridian based on his observations theorizing the country split into different regions based on climate he drew an imaginary line right down the middle starting in the western side of minnesota going straight down through east texas a group of researchers wanted to test if powell's boundary was.
"kista" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"From the wtmj breaking news center on rusty mellberg a line of severe weather passes through southeast wisconsin sunday one of the communities hit hardest by the high winds at brought was cedar berg the wind was like worley it was just blowing and a lot of rain scott steinhardt was in the city when the severe storm pass through hearing the sound of a tree breaking in the wind all of a sudden you've heard a crack i stayed inside i wasn't net weather the storm knocking out power to over twenty thousand we energies and aligned energy customers at its peak crews have been working since to restore it a second person has died due to a house explosion near green bay saturday night a tribal police say sixty five year old alan wisely died at a madison hospital sunday he was found in a ditch after emergency responders arrived at the scene in allegheny county twentysevenyearold emily tank also died at the scene the cause of the explosion remains under investigation and foul play has not been ruled out a stabbing on milwaukee's north side leaves a woman in critical condition police say they responded to a call around twenty second and locust around three am sunday they are still investigating as to what led to the stabbing and any possible suspects thousands of protesters coast to coast are protesting the trump administration's immigration policies calling for quick reunification for families separated at the border here at home owner of the elkin kista door newspaper in milwaukee victory heiki says there needs to be an easier path for legal immigration i'm not saying but i think that there should be some sort of policy where individuals who have been here for many years having broken the law you know getting them to be part of the system.
"kista" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Remember odell beckham pay my be got paid dues being club ki ki is still too small now kista marveling at the coverage of the royal wedding i don't get what is robin wearing on her head that's what they wear they wear those things that he's yeah they look like like lupus on their hats like jellyfish it doesn't like aloof owner head yeah let's just don't it's called a fascinating is it so i'm repeating what what time what time does it start tomorrow morning leads they always windows at six or seven our time yeah twenty two hours from now twenty two hours fifty seven minutes there's a countdown clock yeah yesterday and the day before yeah just it is called the fascinating look who knew it is fascinating that's what that had i just don't get it though because fascinating i don't get it i didn't get the whole thing not her am specific standard daylight time it's three am our time when the coverage starts now when the actual wedding starts so she's thirty six he's thirty three well i think the weddings to cover starts at two in a wedding starts at three you told me to remind you about ladele beckham i just love babies right away but i will learn to just sit in there and listen to them talk though the family talked to her like asir blessed questions i go it's me be goes excuse me touch your hair no like closer to you know who's you know oh they weren't.
"kista" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"The liberator for instance and that's where we get rosie rivet that went in these factories but working in these factories which had switched over from the automobile industry into for instance building the liberator people lived in shantytowns people lived in tents people lived in cardboard boxes similar to what we're seeing in the city of seattle right now and then we're war is over and we had to shift back to the automobile industry and since then there's been a steady decline when unions went away and what we have to remember is there was a mayor by david bang his name was david being is a former detroit pistons in office till two thousand thirteen he went in and he worked in that city worked there for one dollar a year and he said you know what i'm gonna do i love this city and i have the spirit of whatever takes them we're going to do whatever it takes to bring the city back and that's when he gave anita can he said you know i just want you to know if you live in certain neighborhoods and you call the police were not coming if you live in certain neighborhoods and you call the fire department you are on your own and also what they started do there is you know mike is a certain sell houses for one dollar and people started moving to those areas and they said you don't buy house one dollar and i'll start farming in this community and that's exactly what began to happen and now we see a resurgence in the city of detroit it's funny bits you mentioned that because detroit is leading the country now it's got this rights and startups the violence is in rapid decline it's a city in ascendancy but what happened was that essentially that burn through right that you get the you got a city that was almost laid to waste socially and then now it's on the rise up and one of the things that interesting to me a few years ago i interviewed john kista from almost live and john keys was talking about everyone talks about the s s t in the decline the sst cancellation and and the boeing thirty thousand layoffs and how it ruined how the.
"kista" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"That city worked there for one dollar a year and he said you know what i'm gonna do i love this city and i have the spirit of whatever it takes and we're going to do whatever it takes to bring the city back and that's when he gave anita and he said you know i just want you to know if you live in certain neighborhoods and you call the police were dot com if you live in certain neighborhoods and you call the fire department you are on your own and also what they started to do there is you know mike is they started selling houses for one dollar and people started moving to those areas and they said you don't i'll buy house one dollar and i'll start farming in this community and that's exactly what began to happen and now we see a resurgence in the city of detroit it's funny that you mentioned that because detroit is leading the country now it's got this rights and startups the violence is in rapid decline it's a city in a sentence but what happened was that essentially that burn through right that you get the you got a city that was almost laid to waste socially and then now it's on the rise up and one of the things that interesting they happen to be a few years ago i interviewed john kista from almost like and junkies was talking about everyone talks about the s s t and the decline the sst cancellation and and the boeing thirty thousand layoffs and how it ruined how the last person seattle please turn out the lights he said would you forget is that the economy dropped but that gave an entry point for all kinds of young people in town kills your buddy suddenly bought a house your friend owned a record store like you want to know why the arts and seattle were amazing in the eighties and nineties it's because of the seventies and the economy actually opened up to the bottom rung and allow them at least get that first hand hold in that's what's happening in detroit right right now and this is like the today's announcement may seem like a minor thing but this is a city that was on the brink that now looks like a city.
"kista" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"For the american government to help them make california mexican state again law recon kista mexico briefly controlled california in the early 1800s for twenty seven years they want to control it again through mass occupation and they are latinos mostly mexicans are now the dominant race in california daily on is poised to take diane feinstein seat i caller diane not so feinstein in 2018 or soon after when she retires who's almost eighty five kevin daily on is a radical anti american marxist and his political career must be stopped he doesn't want the voters to know this true subversive and recon kista intentions so it is up to us to spread the word to everyone and it is up to you the listener her kevin daley yone is a guatemalan ancestry by identifies with mexican culture is considered mexican by the mexican government this suggests mexican assimilation of non mexican latinos on american soil a special case of what john derbishire calls absuing malaysian regardless it bodies ill for americanisation kevin daily owns challenge to senator feinstein suggests the demographic replacement of traditional liberal spy hispanic leftists if kevin daily own goes to the senate he will bring his california style illegal alien rican kista agenda there and some believe california will be lost i added that the anchor baby loophole needs to be closed up a s a p otherwise we can expect plenty more politicians in the mold of kevin do early on in the future besides the ones who are already in the pipeline kevin daily own was slamming the republicans long before trump ran for president it's not just trump hispanic activists have an animus against the gop there is no compromise on these basic issues either we fight to protect american sovereignty or we will be replaced end of document elected sued the driven de leon olson who was the wonder come up with the law of the sanctuary state he proposed that to the state legislature was passing was signed into law by governor brown so sanctuary state as a result of kevin de leon thank you so i hope we never never have him as our us senator because he's a rabbit hispanic nationalist which he thinks at fine but somehow a white nationalist white nationalism is terrible so i i did make rational sense to me so he.