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Texas A&M HC Jimbo Fisher Says He Hurt Hamstring Running from Gatorade Bath
"Grace. You welcome our friend. Lucia program from texas eggs. And billy. thank you for being here. It's always good to see the most important question. I have and i think every aggie fan in america wants to know this. How is jimbo. Fisher's hamstring tonight. Man all i know is this. I would've i would've probably blown thing. And jimbo's got a few years on me and he said he had run into sprint like that for a while so he probably had to put that thing on ice or he. Whatever you do you know. He probably had that he was moving. I mean that was. He was probably a close second to divine chain on saturday. Night for fastest guy on that field.
Federer, Murray and Sliding Doors
"Hello folks and greetings from the other side of christmas. That's over and done with at lucia. How are we doing. David and river have the good bits cheese now. You've definitely got me onto cheese. I have lots of that And a few few drinks And now it's been it's been lovely actually hanging out with my kids etc but a. Please start tennis please. Matt i believe i don't misquote you but you are starting to miss tennis now. Breaking news yes. I'm worthy of my place on the tennis past again. What was the low point of christmas that made you suddenly wish tennis is happening again. All of it. I was reminded of that e mail. Sign off that mary kereta has the world spins and we hang on. That sort of feels like what. The last month is being really and yet. Now i'm ready for some tennis styles again. Imagine being cooled enough to have your own signature. Email sign off free lame. I'm sure some really lame people have them and it's really on cool. It's a it's a. it's a tight ripe to be walking but takes place with not ever being as mary. So you know. Just leave it at that. We've got part three of sliding doors times. We've also got some news to bring you up to date with which we in just a moment but first the big news is that david has been challenged by salih hosts simon on thursday recorded on monday. David you're going to accept the gauntlet that has been thrown down though team cheese and please david too busy gun. Not another podcast record on thursday and the kids still not at school to deny a gauntlet. Beat him last time. So you know oh right. I don't ruin. This is your way of preserving your streak right. They wrote it. I'm just going to enjoy the for while the mindset champion. That's a no. We'll federal is decided today the same david. It's no to the australian open songs. Gonna love the thank you solely wholesome for giving me a lovely segue. A roger. federer announced well didn't quite announce but the news came out yesterday via tiny gold seekers agent and the associated press that roger federer will not be traveling to australia will not be playing the australian open any warmup events and will return to action of the melbourne whenever and wherever that might be which is obviously hugely disappointing news. Not wholly unexpected. Unless you'll the australian open semi the australian open po department blessed But it's incredibly disappointing nonetheless and also leaves you with this and i'm sure it leaves federal with this as well slightly inert feeling if if the knowledge that we might never see which ephedra play the australian open again that is a real possibility now or anywhere just to expand owners if if you went back six months in somebody told you that you federal won't play the australian open. I think we would probably have said well why he's having all these months off having to surgeries. He's going to be fine by the australian open. It was a surprise to me to hear what he said a few weeks ago that he was in a race against time. I wasn't expecting that i'm up. I was absolutely expect team. Once seed said that for him not to play the australian. Open this time. No matter what criteria lead said it was it always seemed to me that he was just you know building towards that and that and it's down in installments a bit And you know obviously wanted to be respectful to the australian open central. But he wasn't going to be ready and he also wasn't. It didn't say this specifically but he probably isn't keen on sitting for two weeks in In corinth saying you know without his family. Maybe and all that sort of thing. But the the reason i've just said would he ever apply again is because at that age and with two surgeries to that knee. You just don't know whether it is gonna be playable again. Rarely that part of the body I mean i hype. Obviously i hope it will be an i think probably will be but definitely now comfortable to sort of look at it and think it's possible that as much as he is totally focusing his efforts on wimbledon the olympics in the us open maybe he might get close buildup that training and it. Just not be doable. Two scenarios here. I think there's there's one that the knees still a massive question mark and in that case. Yeah i think the question has to be whether we'll ever see him play again because if it's not fit now after ten months then why would eleven months be enough. Why twelve months off Scenario to is that the knees okay. But general general fitness wise. He's examined his canister and he sees one summer's worth of tennyson. It
Federer, Murray and Sliding Doors
"Hello folks and greetings from the other side of christmas. That's over and done with at lucia. How are we doing. David and river have the good bits cheese now. You've definitely got me onto cheese. I have lots of that And a few few drinks And now it's been it's been lovely actually hanging out with my kids etc but a. Please start tennis please. Matt i believe i don't misquote you but you are starting to miss tennis now. Breaking news yes. I'm worthy of my place on the tennis past again. What was the low point of christmas that made you suddenly wish tennis is happening again. All of it. I was reminded of that e mail. Sign off that mary kereta has the world spins and we hang on. That sort of feels like what. The last month is being really and yet. Now i'm ready for some tennis styles again. Imagine being cooled enough to have your own signature. Email sign off free lame. I'm sure some really lame people have them and it's really on cool. It's a it's a. it's a tight ripe to be walking but takes place with not ever being as mary. So you know. Just leave it at that. We've got part three of sliding doors times. We've also got some news to bring you up to date with which we in just a moment but first the big news is that david has been challenged by salih hosts simon on thursday recorded on monday. David you're going to accept the gauntlet that has been thrown down though team cheese and please david too busy gun. Not another podcast record on thursday and the kids still not at school to deny a gauntlet. Beat him last time. So you know oh right. I don't ruin. This is your way of preserving your streak right. They wrote it. I'm just going to enjoy the for while the mindset champion. That's a no. We'll federal is decided today the same david. It's no to the australian open songs. Gonna love the thank you solely wholesome for giving me a lovely segue. A roger. federer announced well didn't quite announce but the news came out yesterday via tiny gold seekers agent and the associated press that roger federer will not be traveling to australia will not be playing the australian open any warmup events and will return to action of the melbourne whenever and wherever that might be which is obviously hugely disappointing news. Not wholly unexpected. Unless you'll the australian open semi the australian open po department blessed But it's incredibly disappointing nonetheless and also leaves you with this and i'm sure it leaves federal with this as well slightly inert feeling if if the knowledge that we might never see which ephedra play the australian open again that is a real possibility now or anywhere just to expand owners if if you went back six months in somebody told you that you federal won't play the australian open. I think we would probably have said well why he's having all these months off having to surgeries. He's going to be fine by the australian open. It was a surprise to me to hear what he said a few weeks ago that he was in a race against time. I wasn't expecting that i'm up. I was absolutely expect team. Once seed said that for him not to play the australian. Open this time. No matter what criteria lead said it was it always seemed to me that he was just you know building towards that and that and it's down in installments a bit And you know obviously wanted to be respectful to the australian open central. But he wasn't going to be ready and he also wasn't. It didn't say this specifically but he probably isn't keen on sitting for two weeks in In corinth saying you know without his family. Maybe and all that sort of thing. But the the reason i've just said would he ever apply again is because at that age and with two surgeries to that knee. You just don't know whether it is gonna be playable again. Rarely that part of the body I mean i hype. Obviously i hope it will be an i think probably will be but definitely now comfortable to sort of look at it and think it's possible that as much as he is totally focusing his efforts on wimbledon the olympics in the us open maybe he might get close buildup that training and it. Just not be doable.
What is the Ice Hotel?
"The ice hotel is a hotel. An art exhibition made of ice from the river. Torne each year reincarnated end. The brand new design a place to discover silence northern lights glistening snow clad forests reindeer cloud berries kettle coffee and so much more every year when the torne river turns to ice. A new ice hotel is created in a very small village of yuccas yari. In the north of sweden the ice of the river transforms to design and architecture and ephemeral art project and the world's first and largest hotel belt of snow and ice every year. Since i was a little girl. I have wanted to visit the ice hotel in sweden. It was a long shot. But i figured it was a dream and nothing would come of it. I imagined myself at the magical place made of ice and snow and how would be unusual and a once in a lifetime experience for me after all. I have had my time and stockholm sweden. But that's as far as my travels in. Sweden took me northern. Sweden would have to be for another time. I had rubbed shoulders with adults from my swedish language. Learning camp in bemidji minnesota which. I went to every october to better my conversational and writing skills and the swedish language and found the stories fascinating. I asked them to tell me their tales again and again. The older women some of them actually swedes from sweden took liberties with their stories and change them up a bit just for the fun of it every time it was a new adventure one of the stories that might have been up. Made me giddy with excitement and marymount. It was based around christmas time and it seemed so cozy in real. Surely it must be true. I didn't ask though. I imagined myself as being sabine. She'd that was telling the story and having the is hotel experience. Imagine with me arriving from stockholm to the ice hotel and yucca. Crv right on the torn revolver. The torne river is where they get all the ice for the ice hotel. The many designers engineers architects artists and workers start building the hotel from scratch every year. A labor of love. No doubt this year they were having a very special christmas. Celebration and architects engineers and designers were making special holiday installations special trees and wreaths the lap of an ice santa claus to sit on to tell your christmas wish to glistening chandeliers adorned with red and green colors projected onto the mini lighted fixtures some spaces clean and monochromatic swedish as expected and some fanciful like a childhood memory of a colorful christmas season. Passed my five cents is were working overtime. I smelled holly and evergreen saw the different colors of projected lights felt the unbearable coldness hurt the piano. Playing jazz seasonal selections center to my right or was it to my left and i was greeted at the front reception with champagne and cloud berries something. I don't even think we have an america. The woman behind the ice desk gave me a reindeer skin blanket to put over my shoulders and walked me to an outdoor firepit only steps away on the outside of the building a roaring fire and wonderful ice chairs covered in some more reindeer blankets. My mind was blown away with excitement. What else would i experience. I had just started my four night adventure in this cold winter. Christmas wonderland soon enough. I was handed a mug of coffee with rum. And i knew this was where i wanted to call home forever. More adventurers came to sit by the firepit with the same wide. Eyed wonder and spirited excitement. I smiled but kept my eyes glued to the fire but all the visitors new that the ice and snow wouldn't last long as the ice hotel closed down in april before my trip was over i will have gone across the wilderness in snowshoes. Go on sleigh rides with reindeer. See the northern lights had met the saami people of lapland. I will have eaten swedish. Christmas cuisine and watched the saint lucia event. But for now time stood still as i glazed is over the fire and dreamed later i would be shown to the room. I selected my very own ice room with an actual ice table complete with a mini refrigerator and colored ice sculptures of christmas past and reindeer blankets covering my ice bed and an actual fireplace. I can watch while laying in bed. The time seemed like an endless christmas trip. But also that. If i didn't hurry i'd miss the whole thing in a blink of an eye. I grew sleepy and dreamed of a wonderful time. The one thing i knew was that this wouldn't be my last time here at the ice hotel for christmas yes there would be more visits and perhaps a chance to be a worker in making it all come together for the holiday season later that first night i was given cheese and blog a red wine with rum learning all new things about the swedish way of life hand was going to be a you fork experience for shore
Houston PD reports new spike in COVID-19 cases among officers
"We've been talking to houston police about a rise. In cova cases among its officers lucia bosca says cases have been going up over the past few weeks officer ernest leo. Junior was laid to rest this week after his battle with covid nineteen marking the first covid related death within the houston police department as of december. Third a total of ninety houston. Police officers are currently infected with the virus and since the beginning of the pandemic six hundred. Eighteen officers have tested positive. Police chief art also vado spoke about the impact of covid. Nineteen within the police department is a lot of fatigue. An art department as it relates to covert nineteen whether having a domino mask or the additional equipment strategy was crafted by the department during the early days of the pandemic to protect police. Officers distractedly requires police. Reports to be made either virtually or over the phone it also prevents officers from changing partners and requires them to wear masks and gloves. We're going to continue to share of this community to the best of our to we've done and lucy vazquez in
Lucia Lucas: Cracking Operas Trans Glass Ceiling
"Begin with. I want to go back to when you were first coming out. Was there any president or other openly trans opera singers that you could look at to see how being out might potentially affect your career. No actually this is sort of been a rule book that i've written myself over the last six years. Because there wasn't there was some professional singers who previously have careers. Who then transitioned so. There was a little bit of an idea what might happen with my voice which is not much and there was a little bit of an idea. About how the business might treat somebody. Who is trans like examples of it but nobody who was on the stage performing. It was just sort of a. How does this all work. So i had to decide how i was going to handle each individual thing and hopefully it was in a good way. Oh in so in essence to use your word. You're like writing the rule book for every transfer. Sinha fall you. I mean it's my real book for me. But i do hope that if i'm doing my best that at least administration in different opera houses can see that. It's possible that it's possible that this private thing this this very thing very specific to somebody can exist only in their personal life and it doesn't need to exist on stage. The opera doesn't need to be reworked. Nothing needs to happen. You can glue a beard on. And i'll go out there and i'll sang an it's fine and i don't care and i just want to keep doing my job you know if i'm missing. Baritone i just wanna go sing baritone really well and so now you have been. Al came out officially in two thousand fourteen. How welcoming have you found the opera world. Well the public in opera houses. They're typically a little bit more conservative than the people who are performing. But i will have to say that they're way more understanding and willing to at least inquire instead of shutting down somebody who is not someone who they're used to seeing on stage. We're seeing more and more start to break down. I think that that comes with so many tv studios. That are existing. Now there's more tv studios than have ever existed. You know we have. We have netflix amazon. We have who. We have apple with their own series. You don't have to make you know forty million or opening weekend. You're not playing to that many people in a theater. You can play to niche audiences like everybody doesn't have to like it and it setup that we ended and it's beautiful that way we can tell specialty stores to specialty people. You know one. Massive difference between hollywood and opera in correct me if i'm wrong but you have almost only played male roles and that is how your career is likely to continue. Is that right. Yes the majority of characters that i play in my mainstream main stage career are men specifically angry men between the age of thirty five and fifty. That's that's my talk. So the focus. What type of voice you have. And so because of the characteristics of your voice of the timbre and like the notes you are in that category almost only for opera. Yeah i mean unless a new composer wants to right something else which is actually the case with tobias picker. She's writing the danish girl for me. You know that's kinda something special and that's because the composer said hey. I would like to do this for you
"lucia" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Published this syria gebre story a kiss that pulitzer goodbye boss. Never happening when serena was exposed the and the reas creator tweeted surreal. Gabriel was created too soon to rea- gabriel wasn't discovered till i wanted her to be. She reached her peak a while ago. A lot of us. Choose to write these essays about things that happened. I'm just roll this those. What are the options. At least the not happening basically nao row. Who who's music was stolen from katharine. Mcphee whom lucy's creator made it an entire fake pop music website called pop music insider which ran interviews with her. I mean various personas as well as a gossip column about her affairs with a record executive and you guessed it odell beckham man whether it's football or not people just love odell on their fantasy team so all the world building. A game of thrones and the ending can't be any worse. Yeah okay. I will say eli wrote gossip column in here and that's my favorite thing moods to spur when this last personality was exposed. The creator actually answered a few questions royal reporter over twitter. That's how we know the note thing with all the sad stuff isn't true which he was asked why she does this. She replied honestly. It's something interesting to do with free. Time in a said no upbringing. These people's music back to relevance. Can you really name any two thousand. Six katharine mcphee songs decides maybe over it. I don't be there. Yeah right all right so we have the summarize what you learn in one sentence he what would it be. I might be a series of mass covering something long dead. But i'm not nearly as many masks this sure. Any of those masks ready for the quiz hit me all right here. We go what some other made up music artists. Hey almost malone lack sabbath see phony bennett. d counterfeit knee spears in the pretenders. I'm going to go with e. the pretenders. I guess sure yeah. I didn't write good. That's fine okay. He li- you wrote an entire essay detailing the misadventures of people who lie about themselves on twitter and the damage that causes what is their current verified twitter account who a at the real donald trump may or may not have any money right now ask who is a ninety percent chance. That's funny knicks. Back could you say the real donald trump. Okay okay all right so given what we now know eli. What is your next essay. Most likely to be about you know like we're just like if we ask nate silver. Hey that time. It turned out the three people. Ganging up on you on. Twitter turned out to be just one guy using three. Three different accounts be the realization that several people could all just call themselves john. Teeter see sonny brenda. Eighty two says. She took that picture on her profile pic herself. But you google the image. And she's full of shit that nanjiani or the fact that nigeria doesn't even have a fucking prince. Okay well i know it can't be. I'm going to get that ten million krueger any second now. Someone answer e none of the above currency all right. so i'm so happy with that reveal. I'm gonna go with yes. You are correct so yes so you win. Eli you best at us. All you pick next. And i think we can all agree that the winner this week is the person who didn't have to read my attempted an essay asset right so all right ally tomba notably not heath. I'm nola just hang out us today. We're going to be back next week. By then he'll be an expert of something else between now. And then you can hear more of thomas of distance and more from eli and myself one of the d. minus unless trump got reelected in. Which case you could probably just lean out the window and still hear the echo of my and if like to help keep the show going you can make a donation patriot dot less citation pod or leave five anywhere you can. If you'd like to get in touch with us check out past episodes connect with social media or check show notes be check out citation pod dot com great essay today. Yeah super bunny. Loved it actually. Thanks guys actually. While i have you all here. I've thinking i mean. Can you imagine spending your whole life building up a whole fake persona right. Yeah they get the pressure thinking. That must be so exhausting. Have to live your life in some ways like knowing that the most important parts of your existence are a character. That sounds bad. So i mean i think i. This is just a person who can't make genuine connections. This is obviously someone was so convinced of their inability to love and be loved openly. That just came true ryan. Whoever lucia cole was dug their own grave. Really i would say maybe they anyway. I'm headed out a guys. Yeah me too. We should just finished cooking and eli turn into fucking either lamps while we're gone so i'll be your best friend okay. I i won't because i sure you won't okay. Hey what she making anyway. I was like a slow cooker. Chilly but but for like four hours sounds good. Yes smells really good to know mail on that. That's discuss them. I don't know..
"lucia" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Lives. That's what i wrote. And that's what i meant. Well that's when. I realized i needed a new it so it little studying took some pictures of a random guy on facebook. Bang boom you. New best friend is borne me. Dave wall neck cannot believe you my buddy me to watch out for something like this. He actually told me. Yeah you mean. Kevin watts is. That's also me what's now i've known kevin since college. Yeah you have. Somebody wasn't paying attention when he died in a car crash twelve years ago. And you just. Nab fueled facebook account before they memorialize that. It's pretty easy kevin's sick. You need a therapist. Man like your therapist. Dr hamanaka ball no way no way. Just a wig and a couple of fake. Yelp reviews seasonal child's play. Is there anyone in my life. That's real tom's real. No okay hurtful seasonal very hurtful. Tom why are you here. I'm fighting the maitre d' later sure. Okay were back when we last left off bound. The dishonest person on the internet didn't fact check something before re tweeting it. So while you're rolling guess where where we might find jimmy nine. Wanna go back. You want to go back to the lucia coal story that i see what you got is what i'm going with. This lucienne knew the jig was up on the evening of july nineteenth like all great celebrities. She posted an apology in the form of three photos of her notes app. Which has let's begin at. The beginning hooked oxford english dictionary. The beginning jesus christ father gave me up as a child that was in the past from one random family to another never really being able to know stability all throughout my life. I grew up out of place being abused if i spoke up sexually assaulted. Eventually i made a college during this time. I was just one account just as a hype away to escape my reality for a little bit never intended on meeting anyone from the account in september of twenty thirteen. Trey songz randomly followed me. Who isn't a shock out of my mind. We didn't really start speaking a lot until november when he called me for my birthday at that point on we talked on the phone and texted every day. It was something i had never known before the things he would say. January made me feel loved nike cared. This went on for a little over a year and of course eventually broke it off after that time due to me never being able to meet. I mean he'd repeatedly tell me how he wanted to make love to me and whatnot. And i guess. His patience ran out when that happened. My whole world fell apart was literally. The only person am sorry buddy iranian my filled in all right back in the game buddies back in the game your faith interview times. You got my brain. Filled in trey. Songz was literally the may person i had left. He was literally the only person i had left in the world. I went into pure depression. Like pure michigan. It's a little different different. I stopped in school. Classes and interacting with. Everyone didn't know how to go on a few months later. Starred with new accounts to try to once again. Start talking to trey. And i've been trying nonstop as i don't know who else i can turn to apologize to anyone. I hurt jessica record. Labels interviewees realized. Now this is you know. We live review so i will be ending my life hours once you hate me or not. My intentions were never fall. This to happen. Be blessed excell excell fun essay simpson cool you like larry spent twenty two minutes making fun of this person. Who's gonna tell themselves. I guess. I'll just go shovels us for the fatty arbuckle episode. Thanks gentlemen i understand your hesitation but there is a twist. Is it that none of what you just read is true. Because that's the only goddamn way to save this essay from a depressing hellscape. Eli yes none. Of what i don. I had a sneaking suspicion carry on. We've got these shovels for nothing. Nothing we can beat eli to death with them at the rest of the sucks. Tom you always have the best plans. this is. why of doesn't suck. We can beat him to death. To regard added. Yeah that's right. We can say with certainty. None of that. Tragic back story is true. None zero okay almost done. Here's the thing a couple articles and the reason why we know none of the Various true giveaway. Lucia coles real identity. And i don't wanna do that. One is because. I think it might be illegal. You're still alive and to. I don't want this person to murder me and three who fucking cares but suffice it to say to our knowledge this person is not an orphan and they are very much alive they just make bay just like making up internet. Ladies can't yeah the internet. Remember if you're lonely only a click away from being lied to and that's the lesson okay. So what is true about that note. Is that this person loves creating. Catfish is for trey songz players and also record executives. Since this story broke real reporters have checked it out and if traced dozens of aac personalities and celebrities. Back to the creator of lucia man. It's like nothing on the internet is real. So let's talk about a few of them. There's erica mendez. Who is a fitness. Coach was rumored again entirely by one person to be engaged to odell beckham. she then used beckenham of cheating on her online with a pair of strippers. The scandal made it to the online publication raider online and beckham hired a private investigator. Wasn't his fiancee or real. Wait hold on. Hold on prove it to other people or prove it to himself to. This is dell beckham. We're talking about there. Were other singers as well. One created with stolen tracks from the s been dream seraya gebru supposedly had an affair with music. Mogul diddy. That was so public. It called. it caused his girlfriend at the time. Aren't be asi to break up with him and tweet about jesus again. She didn't have an affair with diddy because syria brew doesn't exist side note. If you remember they also.
"lucia" Discussed on Citation Needed
"Or something. Yeah common interest. We both hate you. So ouch also joining us. Man who isn't imaginary. Despite what is workload might suggest talk told you the thing is. I can't imagine doing any work for this show before we dive into this week's episode. I should make it clear that we record these episodes in advance. We recorded this on monday. Tuesday or wednesday to be honest with you right. This could be a patriot. Only end of world released type thing so apologies. If we don't have the proper abboud millions and or the dread given i feel like i have the dread right now though exactly but it may not be appropriate So okay so tell us what person place concept phenomenon or event will be talking about today. Lucia coal lucia cole. I don't know it doesn't matter because it's not real cares ziesel you Did whatever preparation rearrested process last six class. So are you ready to say a budget that we're going to have to correct later murph ner. I think that means yesterday us. Who is lucia coal. Well noah in the year of our lord twenty four. by all accounts. She was promising up and coming r. and b. singer with a strong ninety style voice british. Or that's another thing and several music. Publications was in talks to be an tyler perry project. She was re tweeted by her uncle and godfather keel. O.'neil but it right on his profile re tweets are not endorsements and honestly neither are paler. Perry she collaborated with ariana grande. Day on her upcoming album and pop music fan sites. Were a buzz with rumors that she was dating. Professional football players and record executives who are twice our age. Only problem is lucia. Coal wasn't any of those things because a coal doesn't exist. Okay yeah but the plus side so far is at least. She's not also dating football players in record executives twice her age winning. Yes despite being the subject of this essay lucy. A coal is fake. As finland staged as princess diana's k. And the deeper you read the crazier. This story gets air. We go all right. Settle in for another episode of ally bosniaks internet masterpiece theatre solutions shitty found somewhere. It's hard to say where to begin this story especially when you just do. Eli levels of research back. Now i'll have you know. I read multiple buzzfeed article and there were so so i'd show he was clicking for even when there was that fake slide. That's just an ad right in the middle of the lord still counts. I have to clarify this story. Scholars over at rancor. So as we'll learn the cole was created long before someone created a twitter account with that name. So let's begin with the sleuth. Who would be her undoing. Not a police detective or reporter. A nineteen year old arianna brandes superfan from fresno california named leo leo. I learned of the innocently enough when she tweeted that ariana grande day would be on her upcoming album leo new and followed everything that guerande did and he'd never heard of lucia coal. So he did. Some digging is super fans. Stocker that you can't get within a hundred yards of you that downgrade or which are you asking if eli counts as your first superfan seasonal and votes checked out her twitter quote her bio said that she was a platinum singer songwriter when she was barely coming out with a debut album and that didn't really add up to me and then went on her with a pdf and there were a lot of things on our page that made it seem like she wrote herself and quote. Yeah like if you hit platinum that means you have to sell a million records which would be quite the feet for someone yet to debut album that would be pre pre sale. I also want to point out that that ally in his essay. This is just for us but he wrote the word quote and then used. Quotation marks makes me do that so i don't forget saying sometimes forget. His little will rely by. The way was called innocence and was made up entirely of nineteen ninety tracks. I jessica simpson with titles slightly alter my leo also jessica simpson van as it so happens. Recognize the tracks and called on the army of ariana grande. Fans or as they're known amongst themselves arianators dec- one house up hold on hop songs are similar. Holy shit glad. We hired a superfan detective. Man we're lost without him is a lot better than like arians which was the name for their fair. Someone obviously threw that out there. Weird hushing the room..
2 more victims come forward with sexual abuse accusations against Miami track coach
"Miami Gardens express track club coaches to additional victims step forward, accusing Darius louche of sexual abuse victim claims louche inappropriately touched her underclothing on multiple occasions when she was 15 years old. Another victim claims Lucia raped her when she was 15 as well. These new alleged victims joined for others making similar accusations dating back a decade louche faces a variety of sex charges. His attorney says he'll plead not guilty. Well, it's been 20
Women begin national strike in Poland after near-total abortion ban
"Demonstrations are continuing across Poland following a court ruling introduced aeneas O'Toole ban on abortion many. Pause a national strike yesterday in protest at the draconian measure. Let's get the very latest from ponant. Now, with join up Lucia scupper political journalist for Roy Service in the capital Warsaw welcome to the program. So we've heard reports of many companies, for example, allowing their female employees to take the day off yesterday in order to protest how widespread is the opposition against the abortion ban. I, think it's hard to tell exactly how many people ask are opposed to the abortion banned because it is worth noting met a lot of people are staying home because a pandemic because of coronavirus bet nevertheless at their estimates that over four hundred, thousand people out on the street yesterday that their reports that police services are overwhelmed in Poland that there because there are so many people out on the street. What I've seen so far on the ground is that it's mostly younger people coming out So if there was no pandemic who knows how many more people would be out on
Woman Dead, 2 Others Wounded in New York City Restaurant Shooting
"Ah, triple shooting and the University Heights section of the Bronx. Early this morning, a 19 year old woman was killed. Two men wounded. There have been no released at the call around 7 15 Monday morning, Three people shot two men in stable condition at ST Barnabus and a 19 year old woman pronounced dead at the hospital. It happened inside the restaurant on Jerome Avenue Avenue and and North North Street. Street. Socrates Socrates Santos Santos was was in in the the kitchen kitchen eating eating when when he he heard heard the the shots shots about about Lucia Lucia and and I I ran ran I I only only stopped stopped to to him him no no more. more. I just run. He says he was there with a friend who is deejaying to about 20 to 30 people before leaving. He helped one of the men who was shot in the arm. You say I got shot. I got shot and that's a win. There. Who handsome neck in the urn of run. At least one shot was fired outside the restaurant, leaving a bullet hole in a parked car. Samantha leave
Sue Bird's Basketball Evolution
"Shantelle just how important has sue bird been to the storm success this season I think she is that veteran leader for them. There aren't many players from see the floor like she does. down. Sue Bird is not just an amazing passer. She's also the beneficiary of having these four players around her who are excellent scores. Your. To. Pursue. I think what a great point guard does is they elevate the play of everyone around them and she does that and the players around her fish and so whether it is a two point, sixteen assists game or whether it's ten assists sixteen point game she's able to contribute and ways statistically that are really impressive Vegas. Church it over. comes. Down the lane also bird feed legs. And she said many times the season an assist. Players it's not just her I think stewing jewel were pretty much I R- and for me as a point guard out there trying to find the open player I. Like I said, I've always said this is a is a two-person thing tonight those played amazing and she so steady for them and she's so level and they kind of go as she goes in even when she wasn't able to play all the games for them the season I. Think. You know she is that due north for them in terms of bringing the team forward, and there aren't a lot of players in sports that have that personality both on and off the court for their team, and I think emotionally just the way she leads for this team i. think a moment that really sticks out to me from the season is in a semifinal series against the links Alicia Clark scored a game winning basket service shoots. Lucia Clark gets the huge offensive rebound puts it back in and the way that sue bird kind of raced her after that game she hugged her and like raptor hands around the leashes head. Goes. Yup Seattle the number two seed. With an eighty eight, eighty, six, win over. There's so much respect not just for on the team but the way she respects the other teammates around her and I think they feel that and they see that when what would you say jumps out most you when you watch her play at this point in her career I, think the way that she anticipates that's what makes her so good in. So effective as a point, there are times when it's like, she can know exactly how many strides Brianna Stewart is. Going to need to get to a certain place and she gets the ball there. So that Brianna Stewart if she's taking four steps with her long stride down the court, she catches the ball exactly where she needs to exactly and shooting form and she can go up with it. So nothing more terrifying imagine for an opposing coach than seeing sue pick dribble at like the free throw line and getting ready to launch it down court because it's kind of like. Well, that's going to be a bucket because she's able. to, anticipate and see the floor in a way that defenses can't stop. You can put yourself in good position but the game is constantly moving and her ability at Xuan dissipate and know where and how her players want the ball. It's unmatched.
Trump paid $750 in US income taxes in 2016, 2017: NY Times report
"Of us have not been able to sleep Because the IRS has been on our case. I've certainly been in that situation. I had to pay back taxes have to a very divisive divorce with child support all kinds of tabloid headlines. The IRS was on my jock strap. Think of the tune of about $35,000. I had to continue to chip away at that. And as one Johnny Legit always told me Make sure the one bill you pay before any other. If you have depleted resource is at that time is the IRS because they can be relentless. In fact, as a worker will call up your HR and they will garnish your wage. Yes. Why? Mongol Lucia, That is not what you get on a plate. When you have out to a timing with that little stake that they charge you reverse mortgage for and then they put that little green leafy vegetable on the side. They say that's the garnish. No. They can be relentless. So now with the release of information procured Sound off was illegal. Legal, Whatever, I I don't know how they got the information. But the New York Times released it in my mind is pretty much what we already knew about the president from the first time he ran. I'll never forget he got up on that stage. And he said, Yeah, I declared chapter 11 5 times because It is what you can do legally when you're having fiscal problems, and I remember I was blown away by that What you convict play chapter 11 5 times and he did. And he spoke about it. Said how he used the system will now, according to The New York Times, Donald Trump paid $750 in federal income tax is, uh, both in 2016 and in 2017 and no income tax in 10 of the previous 15 years. He reported losing Mohr than he made in that time. These men and I are s battle over $72 million, said he got us a tax refund. This is led to and this is what doesn't sound right? A 10 year audit in that process. It's got to be finished sometime. We now know he owns hundreds of million dollars in assets. The Apprentice earned him about $200 million. His endorsement naming rights and licensing deals earned him another $230 million investments in other people's business is earned him about $200 million, But he lost a billion dollars in the 19 nineties, and most of that was on his golf properties like Dorel. Down in Miami. That one alone he lost $160 million so he made and he lost. And Apparently, there's $300 million in loans that will be due soon. What I was interested in it's at least in this account from the New York Times, No money from Russia. Did you hear that? That's right, Justin. Ah, no money came in from Russia Any of his assets already talked about money that he got from licensing deals in close it. Has cheeky son. Many son. I don't know. He's one of those stones. Then it was Turkey anchor a few other locations and normally I think normally I stand to be corrected. I'm not an accountant. I haven't worked for the I R s, but I've had my stones busted by the IRS. Normally you pay about 24%. In federal income taxes so already Already team Biden Has put out shirts and bumper stickers that say I paid more in taxes and trump and this whole place to his campaign of saying, Hey, I represents Quentin. And Donald Trump represents the rich. The wealthy in Park Avenue.
Chinese Ambassador Liu Xiaoming ‘Likes’ an X-Rated Video
"The twitter account belonging to Liu Xiaoming China's ambassador to the United Kingdom was apparently hijacked earlier this week, the BBC reports. Mr. Lose Account displayed likes that included tweets highly critical of Beijing's repressive policies towards several of its domestic groups and regions. The false tweets also linked to what we must call for Seo reasons, and also because we're a family show saucy adult content video. None of this has figured an ambassador lose social media presence. So the claim that his account was hijacked seems pretty clearly to be true. China's embassy in London yesterday denounced the hijacking they called it the work of anti-china elements and called for twitter to investigate. The embassy tweeted quote recently some anti-china. Viciously attacked Ambassador Lucia means twitter account and employed despicable methods to deceive the public. The Chinese Embassy strongly condemns such abominable behaviour and quote a follow on tweet said sounding a bit like a shadow broker bucking for employee of the month quote the embassy has reported to this twitter company and urged the latter to make thorough investigations and handle this matter. seriously the embassy reserves the right to take further actions and hope that the public will not believe or spread such rumor and quote. Some of the tweets, Mr Liu was representatives. Liking were straightforward political attacks on Beijing's record with respect to the repression of. Hong Kong Tibetans and so on. The tweeted responses to the embassies denials harrumphing calling for redress of grievances tended to be at least literally sympathetic offering support for Mr, Lose leisure-time appreciation of adult content evidently something to do with feet it seems. They urged the ambassador to own it and not to feel pressure to deny a hobby that some of the tweets implied they themselves might be given to enjoy. On twitter did express concern looking at adult foot content may be fine as an avocation but doing so on government time with government equipment is problematic to say the least and should be looked into by HR or. Somebody.
The Injustices of AI
"You are about to meet to Gutsy. multi-award-winning film directors with stories that connecting contrast to incredible confronting crucial films where artificial intelligence is being used in the service of good bad and possibly plein rotten. Lucia terrorism. Sleeve those. WHO ITS MUSCLE IS INSERTED GAVE David France director of the documentary. Welcome to Chechnya went underground to document the current persecution imprisonment, torture murder of lgbt people in Chechnya and the. Going rescue mission to get them out to safety. Kid Dot as facial recognition mis identification, and then you start. To search, this is an innocent child. System is becoming mechanized shall nation Thanh Director of coded bias documents the rise of this called Algorithm, ick Justice League. There are fledgling movement with this mission to rescue us from the insidious crepe of biased computer algorithms into pretty much every aspect of our lives. Now, they films both feature at this year's Melbourne International Film Festival and they join me from a Balmy summer in New York. City thank you for having us. Absolutely thanks for having us the injustices in these films. Real and raw and happening in the world right now, and there's this. Shopping, and shocking sense of urgency in both of these films for both of us. Why are these films that you were compelled to make? Now what drove you to these stories David? This is a story about an ongoing genocidal program in the southern Russian republic of Chechnya a conflict which we were all informed about in a series of articles published in a newspaper. In Russia back in two thousand, seventeen, it produce headlines around the globe. It was a horrifying revelation of a campaign to round up and eliminate all lgbtq people living in the. Chechen republic it generated our government leaders around the world were outraged by it and demanded justice. But the story immediately fell from headlines and what I discovered some months later was that it the the crimes themselves had not stopped. And in fact that ordinary Russians were responding to this in really heroic ways I spent eighteen months embedded in his underground network this underground railroad of people who were actually physically rescuing individuals from. Hiding them. Tending to their physical wounds in their psychological ones and trying to get them out of Chechnya if and to relative safety and other parts of the world the access you got. WAS INCREDIBLE THE TRUST In Janet easing credible Shalini what about you boss is this absolutely riveting vital interrogation of the wine which machine learning algorithms are effectively shaping lives in the most potent and yet most secret ways. Why will you compelled to make this film? Well, I think all of my work deals with how disruptive technology makes the world lesser more fair. And when I stumbled upon the work of joy Leney and Cathy O'Neil the author weapons of mass destruction I sort of stumbled down the rabbit hole of the dark side of big tack and came to realize quite shockingly. that. You know these computer systems that we give our implicit trust to and entrust with such decisions like who gets hired, who gets health care how long a prison sentence on someone may serve. have. Not Been often vetted for accuracy or for racial or gender bias, and that comes across in the making of this still where. Joy Leney is just trying to make something like a snap chat filter were right? And put a mask on her face and stumbles upon the fact that commercially available facial recognition doesn't see dark faces are women accurately she's
Flu shots are available across the country, but is it too soon to get vaccinated? - Yahoo Lifestyle
"Getting of Lucia, when do you get it isn't important. And it is the flu going to get all mixed up with this thing called the Corona virus. And how do you approach your shot? Well, that's what a lot of folks you're thinking about. They're actually kind of worried about and who better Help us figure it all out, then that a specialist in infectious disease in critical care doctor Amish Adalja joins us once again. Welcome, sir on the disc Institute of Pittsburgh, New Zain. Thanks for having me. So is this the time I we should be thinking about flu shots. I think we need to start planning about our flu shots. We usually advise people to get the flu shot in October because we know that over the season the flu vaccine loses its effectiveness as you go in tow. Spring months on flu is still circulating, but if the only time you can get your vaccine is in August or September, we want you to get it. But I try to get people to get them in October, but we know that everybody can't get them in October. Now, here's one of the problems or concerns. I think a lot of people are just kind of afraid of going. If they don't have to go into a clinical situation or a doctor's office for anything there, there's still a big hesitance from people. How do you get around that? Oh, you know that doctor's offices have modified their operations now to make it much easier to social distance to make it much more safer. So if you don't come into contact with somebody with Cove in 19, and you don't always have to go to your doctor's office to get a flu vaccine, you could go to your drug store and get a flu vaccine. And there are even some areas that have drive up clinics where you could just Roll your window down and put your arm out the window and get the vaccine that way. So there is many different ways to get the vaccine And you should not postpone the vac your vaccination or be worried about getting the vaccination because of code, But we want to make sure that we have the highest vaccination rate that In history because we want to make sure we have room and hospitals for covert 19 patients of the fall. Now,
How To Work With - Not Against - Screen Time
"The book, you sort parents, kind of into three buckets, those that embrace technology resist technology and those that tried to find a balance. Can you talk about those three and also is resistance futile in the age of the pandemic, sure such a great question and yeah, we thought about them as like three a modes of practice three ways in which parents kind of engaged with the world and. We could hear from lots of parents the way they talk that efforts to balance, and probably that's the kind of dominant advice that parents are given always to balance. Indoor and outdoor online and offline different kinds of activities and we could. See them doing that, but we also were meeting these other parents, and we were specially intrigued by the ones who did what we called embrace technology because they were the ones who resolved the dilemma in. Should you that your kids have lots of screen time off? Should you try to restrict it? Is it? Is it the future or is it a problem? So the embraces seem to the ones that kind of resolved it by saying. Look, it's the future we need to get on with. You need to kind of find a way. And they were often the most enthusiastic and the parents and children together could kind of figure out what was exciting about it so often. They had the most kind of shared practices. And the resistors. I think we're probably quite diverse because there were all kinds of reasons why parents saw difficulties with. Technology all what they saw as the world represented. Very. Commercial or very much kind of defined by others rather than buy their own values. And probably resistance is futile, but maybe what the parents who were resisting. We're really trying to do articulate some of the other values. They didn't want to get lost as we all move forward into digital future. Interesting okay so. There's a lot to sort out there I guess I'm curious to hear more from your research. Awesome, maybe from your experience at Lucia about. What does it mean to really be a happy tech parent to embrace and maybe? The the happy Geek Parent, but some examples of that what one thing that I would say I personally learned from the parents who did kind of lean into embrace in technology is that they found a way to kind of live out their values as a family through technology, so if they were an already family? Yes, they would do paper, mcshea and coloring, but they also you know found Monument Valley this beautiful APP and play with their kids and they. Would you know watch? Watch like you know movies that felt like that. They were consistent with how the parents I'm kind of wanted to live and what they wanted to talk to their kids about, and obviously yes, the kids had their own preferences to, but the parents were very active and kind of shaping that, and certainly as the parent of a seven year old twins, living through a pandemic and working a fulltime job I would say find a lot to be inspired by by those parents because. Actually a need to rely on technology right? There's no. There's really no way of having to fulltime parents and. Kids who are at home all the time and knots you know using some form of kind of digital based entertainment and education, but what I learned from talking with a lot of parents who seemed more, confident and more calm in their embrace. was that I ha- can play such an active role in figuring out what it is that I. Want my kids to spend time with. I love that. You're using the word calm because I feel like so many parents need that right now and. We all kind of. Are Using Technology in the way that you're describing especially now to get time for ourselves, but it comes with this burden of guilt and anxiety, and what you're describing is just a much more thoughtful process. Right of thinking about well. What kind of screen time would I feel good about my kids having and doing and sharing that with your kids right
Florida's new coronavirus cases break record
"Record breaking spike in the number of coronavirus cases being reported today, with more than 11,400 people testing positive the's day. Why totals now topping 190,000 reported cases since the outbreak began a critical factor that health officials are watching the number of hospitalizations that has climbed to over 15,000. Lucia County appears to be the pot spot to hit the beach. This fourth of July weekend Nusa Murder beaches hit capacity. Before 9 a.m. Saturday morning, forcing police has shut it down. With South Florida beaches closed. County officials are expecting more than 150,000 people to crowd onto Daytona Beach as well. The
"lucia" Discussed on Paul Allen
"Don, Lucia. Is Hockey coaching immortality in the state of Minnesota. Tape outsider. On that a tip? A Dawn Paul Allen how you Ben I'm good. How are you today? Fall Dom doing okay. Thank you for asking Don Leukemia I with the Covenant Catch. Up Nine to noon nine forty-five. It's it's forever coach Lucia, but now it's C. C. H. A. Commissioner Don Lucia congratulations, and that sounds pretty cool. Place Pawn I'm really looking forward to you. Know the old adage. You GotTa give back at Hockey's been very good to me and my family over the years and you know in this role I think I have a lot of experience and I have something to offer, and hopefully I can help college hockey in this critical times that that highlight that we heard coming back with with Tony Winning in Minnesota that. When you hear that it obviously provides good memories, but you know that that that it's so long ago, but when you hear, it still makes you feel good. Right Oh without question. There's so many good memories of my coaching for, and that's obviously one of the highlights at. The moment you're never gonNA forget the win a national title in overtime I've been on the other side of it. Ninety six lost the national title and overtime to Michigan when I was little college and Brendan. Morrison, so you certainly have those moments. Into your psyche. That's for sure not that with a great one. They got think about I mean we're going to get into. The what goes into CCA, J. Commissioner, and Governor Ketchup and like your plans and everything but think about not only all the great players, the NHL players you have coached, but that you have coached against and I mean just so many wonderful hockey players have roll through this part of the country. They really have an in a during the lockdown which sports they I think. They showed one of our. I think it was seven. Way Queen or the final five against north. Dakota I believe the numbers are accurate. Nineteen guys in that game between the two teams played NHL. Like thirty, eight of them signed a professional contract. So you know that was a heyday and There was a lot of great players came through they they actually stayed in college a little bit longer than what they do today. And that's why they were such a great time and being able to plant the XL center in the final five, magical northern Michigan is in your conference 2021 Don Lucia Commissioner of the C.. H. A. with the Bemidji State Bowling Green Ferris Day Lake Superior State Michigan, Tech Mankato and northern Michigan so northern Michigan coached by grant Tommy. What what if your former player somebody with whom? You're close calls your cell and is mad about something one time. Well. I'm sure it's going to happen. Because I know that. When I was coaching I I called a loose at times or Greg Shepherd as referee and chief at times, benefit and I. think that's what you have to do is you're going to have to sounding board a little bit and and talk to coach off allege. Go Ahead No I'll just going to say because there is that passion the heat of the moment, but you always going to have those issues within you. Yeah, usually take twenty four hours and you know you'll you let the emotions kinda dissipate, and then you can have a little bit more civil conversation. You know I will have an open with all the coaches I mean I. Invite them to call I say relationships. Communication's really important in this position. What? What made you want to do this at this stage in your life? Well, I, think I mentioned it earlier that the willingness to give back I. Think it would be fun. I made a comment and a different interview that. I was fortunate. All my life I enjoyed going to work. I mean I other days. It's not as much fun sugar. was there a difficult life? Yes? But the. Coach College Hockey and have an impact on so many kids. It's just that was a blessing everyday. That'd be able to go to work and I look at it. The same way is that I think it's GonNa, be enjoyable I think it's GonNa. Be Fun, I I'm looking forward to helping college hockey. You know we've got some issues that we need to sort through. It's critical part of Kobe nineteen, and what's going to be happening happening with budgets and everything else it. I hope I can help you know at this critical time, and with the knowledge of my background, and that's that's what I wanna do I wanna try to help college hockey. In college hockey eventually rhythm in really other than the last year. I've been a part of the college hockey since nineteen. Seventy when I went to Notre Dame, And correct me if I'm wrong here. Don Don Ritchie and nine to noon twenty years ago, a couple of decades ago, most teams in this. Wouldn't have much of a chance competing with like the Minnesota's North Dakota's of the world and it seems from afar down that that that has changed and as commissioner. How can you help the CCA teams? Keep that competitiveness with some of the bigger name schools. I think we went through a stage about. mid-nineties till you know maybe two thousand ten or so where the big schools Kinda took over, but if you look back. You Know Lake won national titles and Eighty, eight, ninety, two and ninety four I think Michigan Northern Michigan one. There is a nineteen ninety one Boy! And early eighties and you're right like main K.. Don't they could've easily won the national title. This year been allowed to play itself out, but. I think they have a good model. They it's a situation where you know for the most part they're recruiting or older players. They couple years. Juniors come in at twenty, and you don't have for three or four years versus you know wants me a little bit more difficult for Minnesota's that you know if they have a bunch of eighteen nineteen year olds, and then they're turning pro earlier. Earlier than what they used to That does make a little bit more difficult to tune in tomorrow I. Think Bob's trying to do that right now, but you know the fun thing for me is these seven schools have a real commitment to their hockey You know there's not a lot of BCS schools playing college hockey laser eight seven in the big ten in Boston College. Or you is now, too, so there's not many and the great thing about our sport is i. don't care if they're division three at Colorado College I don't care if you're northern Michigan or in big rapids at first state that's their BCS sports and hockey is our number one sport on campus, and they fund it that way and they wanNA. Win I level, and that's what makes our sport so great as it already. You're calling a college. College Northern Michigan or the state or Mankato. You CAN COMPETE WITH ANYBODY MR Commissioner. You were asked a question that your press conference yesterday like the gravy train You were asked about Saint Thomas university, potentially joining the the C., c. h. a. and you, you said something along the lines of you'd have interest, but you know obviously things would need to develop so I mean is. Is that something that eventually potentially could take place? Well I think what you saw the ruling yesterday from NCWA they delayed how they'RE GONNA! Rule for your, but with the caveat that. Saint Thomas can apply for a waiver, and usually they don't. Ask Me to apply for a waiver less. It's GonNa. Be Granted, so let's assume. That you answered away were grant Saint Thomas his waiver, and they would be allowed to Division One now. They're going to ramp up. With their hockey programs, men and women. And they're going to be looking for a home. Obviously with Saint, Thomas They'll have.
"lucia" Discussed on Paul Allen
"This from afar, it just seems like the players side from a public perception standpoint, and not making grandiose claims seems like the player side is obliterating Artie Marino and the rest of the owners they are, but ultimately that doesn't matter like I was thinking about as we were talking about. The players have been more consistent. The players have been more I guess transparent about the specific things they want, and how they want to get it done. Ultimately, the the shadow in this argument is is laying over the financials of Major League Baseball. Yeah, the inconsistency and Kinda the scattergun approach. They've used in terms of excuses. On why they're limiting games, limiting access for players to give back onto the field, yeah. Whether it be. We had never talked about the second way before, but now that's the thing The players have never balked at any health protocols, but now we're saying that they won't come to the table on it. Like just the various ways. The owners have handled things from money. you know respecting the health situation all that I think they've been awful at it. However, that none of that matters because as a fan base, you know not only. Despite the players doing their thing, and in some ways being righteous while doing so. They're not playing, so the players are getting victimized by their own nobility in some respects because they're gonNA. They're losing out on play chat paychecks every day that they're not playing. And this is going to affect Labor negotiations at the end of two thousand, twenty one, and it's going to affect you know whatever fat deal they signed with Turner Not Playing Games and two thousand twenty can affect the situation regarding that and so ultimately, and then the fan base who are getting more and more mad, and whether they're maddest at the players of the owners. They're just not interested in giving their hard earned cash to the sport right so I think that the players have done it the right way unfortunately. Still Loses so get a freaking deal together. That's the basics of it for me. The nine to noon radio show with a set list that includes Cope I. Mean Commissioner. Don Lucia covent catch up with the dawn about twenty five minutes from now don. Lucia nine to noon commissioner. C. C.. C. C. H. A. C. H. SEC Jay. The DON is a commissioner. Looking forward to the covenant, catch up with him at nine four zero Nacho Libre in studio Tan Johnny Athletic About Ten, thirty five. We have a Kubiak. Covenant today and we love when we get the opportunity to replace him stuff from Vikings Dot Com right vikings dot COM VIKINGS DOT COM, Corso, the N, all twenty two on the Zoom Yup Brian Harper all twenty two on Zoom Lionel Richie singing, zoom everybody God. Bless you and thank you. For the Audio version of the Kubiak Covenant, because he says some pertinent things about some offensive players for our favorite team that are worthy of no pine or nine That's part of the nine to noon radio. Show today the off the. Off the. What some would say boondoggle. Between MLB MLB. There's a sneaky little side dish over there on the side like nobody wants to touch. We address that and continued the Covenant Crusade around the Corner with me while him and my mad producer at Kfi am..
"Hi, I'm Rick Steves one of the few things certain about this corona virus pandemic is that this crisis will pass sooner or later it'll pass, and we'll be back to normal. And when that day comes, all of us will eagerly turn our pent up. Travel Dreams into smooth and bursting with fun reality. Let's continue to share. Our travel dreams together on travel with Rick Steves. Today on travel with Rick Steves are virtual travels. Bring us a millennials. Take on enjoying yourself in the Netherlands. Also stroll the sights on a guided walk around Edinburgh. Get a taste of that passionate atmosphere and end Lucia and go searching for Venus in the hour ahead. The. Netherlands seem to specialize in festivals. Fun Ways for the millennial generation to celebrate life to learn how we travelers of all ages can get it on the fun. We're joined in our studio by tour guide sisters, Yoda and Ruby Van Angles Dwarf who both happened to be millennials, Yoda and Ruby thanks for being here. For having us. You're actually twins. Ruby and Yoda and It's one of you older. Yes, maybe one minute older them a one minute older so Yoda. How do you to differ in your temperaments? Well I'm always told that Ruby, Nice. One Which is true? I am a little bit more direct assistance. Dutch people are think I'm a little bit more. Outspoken where we very patients and lovingly, and yeah, so you complement each other we do I think. Together the Dutch are famous for being direct. Yes, we are yeah. This is so fun to think about generational differences, and so on in America and what we call a baby boomer and you got in America people in their twenties and thirties or generate millennials do the Dutch look at generations in certain ways like that? Also? Yes, exactly the same we have baby. boomers are parents are a baby, boomers, and yeah, we're millennials, so millennials people in their twenties and thirties, gen-x people in their forties, baby boomers people in their fifties and sixties, baby boomers, being the most interesting and fun, loving and entertaining. Okay so tell me about the characteristics of millennials. In the Netherlands. Well, it's probably very similar. we are we millennials. Because we got handed everything to us right. We always learned where you're growing up. Everything is possible everything you wanted to do and instead of creating people who are very secure. What they WANNA do were all very insecure, and we're very well like I'm going to do and like every ten years. We changed jobs and There's a lot of enterpreneurs so a lot of people who want to create their own little thing, but we're all sort of this known at were unhappy with everything because we can have everything we're unhappy. Little bit spoiled came easily old. Yes, and impatient. You want it now. Yes, and if you don't get it now, you'll go somewhere else. Yeah, we're own press. And we invented the burn out. Is! Still Alive and kicking. This is travel with Rick Steves. We're talking with Yoda angles store and her twin. WHO's one minute older? Ruby angles. Talking about millennials and when we think about having fun as tourists, we can learn a lot by having fun as millennials millennials love. It seems like in the Netherlands parties in vegetables. Yoda. What's what's an example of festival that a millennial looks forward to every year and Amsterdam? We Love, King's Day. That is one of our favorites. Once It's not we do not have as many festivals in Amsterdam anymore more dough, so I'm stem because such a busy city day try to take people away from Amsterdam, so if you want to experience the holidays like King, stay or Liberation Day It's better to go to one of the less bigger cities. Also. Just what what? What is it? You'd like to go to for one of these big. Go to Harlem, because the most I am from Harlem, so we always love Liberation Day that is in Harlem. It's known to have the biggest festival only ration- days that its fifth of May we got free from the Nazis and every year. We celebrate our freedom. It's just really fun with a lot of artists in music. Video of me. I remember the festival Yeah Amsterdam is getting so congested so touristy. I was there for a King's Day once and there's so many boats you could walk across the canal just from boat to boat. who was just solid votes in the canals, but people were certainly having a great time Ruby. Festival that you look forward to. What would it be every year? ooh I always look forward to the food festivals. There are many food festival also around to Amsterdam. And we have a shoeless that SURF SC fall in the neighborhood of Amsterdam where people go to, they have to take off their shoes and walk bare feet it. It's of course when festival Shula Festival. They have a lot of food everywhere. Fit of electro music seems okay. Let's me to one of these food festivals. Then okay. So, what kind of food would you be enjoying? You would be enjoying some Sushi macos, but also local foods like French fries. The real food festivals hundred stance. You can try a little bit of everything
New York City looting persists despite curfew, with Macy's among stores hit
"Well we are in the epicenter yes we are of right at central so many different ways we'll get we'll get right into it there's so many different aspects but remember we posted yesterday on Kurdish and Juliet Facebook page the picture of Macy's in Herald square completely boarded up plywood on every square inch bolted in because Macy's which is the jewel in the crown of retail establishments it's the largest retail department store in the world new the table going to be hit knew that this would be a notch in the belt of looters and the NYPD obviously did not take the hands from Macy's that we took here in knowing that they were going to be hit and hit hard and you saw it you can look at Curtis and Juliet hundreds of young people pouring in after the group had taken a crowbar share ball peen hammers that bolt lock cutters and found their way through the plywood busted the windows out and then started charging in and looting and it's interesting because Macy's which no one was coming I did not use their old school methods that would have prevented this and I'll explain it to momentarily but Macy's you have to understand even though there are a lot of items in there that a lot of young people might not want that though if you could hit Macy's and you could be seen going in there and pillaging and walking out with a lot of loot wow that's like top shelf five store the only one other than that was Nike town that's where I was last night which was down on spring and Broadway and by the way why am I losing wasn't the one of the marketing ploys of ninety when they signed up Colin Kaepernick after he was removed from the NFL they had a special customized signal for a signature sneaker for him which sold massive amounts we join the resistance this from enjoying the resistance and you're the hand up now you would have thought Nike would have been a hit hit hard because let's face it we're talking apparel now we're not talking about politics Lucia looking for stuff maybe they can use personally or they can sell out in the streets and yet ninety town way off the air in are again knew that they would be hit and they had twenty two African American men all dressed in black with black cats that said security so they look somewhat like the looters the more organized looters who wore black hoodies and had like black pants and black shoes what was the overall demographic of the looters mostly black mostly young male some female some Hispanic some whites but totally different than what you saw earlier in the day from the demonstrators you because younger would they be considered like anti fascist antifa where are they now after six o'clock is when the looting started so that's why when Cuomo and de Blasio now seo we'll have a curfew at eight it's not you Hey idiots the looting started six yesterday LA which is already been devastated by looting they have a curfew that started for them a little bit more hip to understand that a curfew means if you're out in the streets and you cannot prove why you're out in the streets like you know I'm essential worker or war I'm trying to find a you know a pharmacy that I can get this prescription fill okay that's legitimate but if you have no reason you're out in the streets you get arrested and they weren't doing that last night after eleven no if you but I mean I had to say when I was looking at when we were talking about this yesterday and I was looking at the the plywood and I'm thinking that it's not going to do much when you've got hordes of people who are bent on breaking into a store and you have very little police presence and a police presence got there but I don't well I I will you said something interesting earlier before we started you said it's we've got to start looking at the Upper West Side and Upper East Side at this point because it's a it does seem like they're starting from the bottom and they're heading up sure they start to remember down on Canal Street that was the first night canal to house in St so they hit so whole no ho they knock that out then he started moving north to fourteenth street Union Square that whole area which is now a huge enclave of storage then you saw last night boy they went for the canal the canal it means five locations so they hit downtown again so whole no home they had fourteenth street Union Square they hit our house right here thirty fourth street starting with Macy's and all the surrounding stores then the rampage to Times Square did a lot of damage and then they went up to Rockefeller Center so they're just about to fifty seven street and they pushing north doesn't mean they're not going to come back down tonight and try to pick the bones of what's left
"lucia" Discussed on Couples Therapy
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"lucia" Discussed on Tales
"Going. Lucia smiled just a moment ago. She felt ready to give up but now she felt she had to keep going if a tiny bird could believe in her. Maybe Lucia should be able to believe in herself. She took hold of one of the rocks jutting out of the cliff in front of her and began to climb coming up. Lucia must find a way to make it back to the castle now the conclusion to our story. Lucia collapsed in exhaustion when she reached the top of the Canyon. She felt elated all her life. She'd been told that she needed protection. Because of her magical gifts she always thought she was too weak to go out into the world traveling to the capital to marry. The king was exciting but deep in her heart. Lucia had known that she was only trading one sort of confinement for another. Lucia's outlook had changed though the betrayal and abandonment by her wicked servants had taught Lucia that she was much stronger than she ever could have imagined sitting up. Lucia spotted the distant lights of building and her heart leapt. She dusted herself off and started toward the structure. As she drew closer she could see that. It was a house a little two room cabin with a thatched roof and adobe walls at the House. Lucielle was greeted by an old woodcutter and his family though he had little to offer her he said that Lucille was welcome to stay as long as she'd like. Lucia spent a few days at the Adobe House. She helped the mother with the cooking and cleaning during the day. The children were delighted by Lucia's talents. And her talking bird at night. She washed her hands in the rusty old pump but honeysuckle birds of paradise and delicate pink. Orchids dripped from her fingers. The children gathered around her and gasped in wonder at the marvelous blossoms on the third day the woodcutters wife returned from a trip to town with the news. That king lay on was in need of this gave Lucia and idea if she entered the palace as a seamstress she could find a way to meet the king and learn. What kind of man he was. Lucia thanked the woodcutters family for showing her such kindness before she left. She combed her long dark hair into a wooden bull filling it with pearls. She gave them to the family as a parting gift with her newfound confidence and her parakeet on her shoulder. Lucia set off toward the castle when Lucia arrived. She presented herself to the head of the household. She told him that she was an experienced dressmaker and wished to be considered for the position of royal seamstress. The man looked her over and nodded approvingly. As luck would have it. A button had popped off the kings shirt just that afternoon. As a test of her skill she could go up to the kings chambers to sew it back on. Lucia pushed lightly against the glass door that led to an ornate salon. The room was magnificently appointed with gilded. Mirrors carved wood paneling and wall coverings of Apple Green Damask. She called out and the king answered her from behind porcelain screen. The parakeet took off from Lucia shoulder and flew behind the screen. As Lucia came around it. She saw that he had settled on a sky. Blue Cheese next to the king. She could not help but notice that the king was quite handsome. He had thick black hair. Peppered with a dashing streak of gray and a strong square jaw. Her heart melted when she saw that he was feeding grapes to her mockingbird as soon as the Birdsall Lucia and the parakeet he began to speak mistress Lucia. Oh Mistress Lucia your brother Don. Juan was done in and his grave lies in the Commons. The word stopped Lucia in her tracks. Of course she knew he was just as silly bird but just the thought of her beloved brother brought tears to her eyes. As soon as she started crying rain began to lash against the window. Panes the king rush to Lucia side and pulled out a handkerchief when his fingers brushed hers. Lucia's pulse quickened. She thanked him and dried her tears as she did. The rain led up. Lucia studied the king's face. He was gazing at her with a sort of wide eyed wonder. It made her blush to have someone look at her like that. She was about to ask about the button that needed fixing when there was a knock on the door. A servant entered with a tray of hot chocolate and conscious. The king asked Lucia. She would like to join him for a snack. Lucia's heart leapt surely any king who would deign to share his meal with a humble servant must be a good man she gave the king a luminous smile and Aston I. She could wash her hands. He directed her to a marble basin filled with water. Lucia dipped her hands into the bull and immediately filled with flowers. The King gasped audibly. It's you Lucia could not suppress grin. She'd seen enough from the king to know he was a good man. It was time to tell him the truth. She burst forth with the story of how the servant and her mother had taken her place when she was finished. The king tenderly took her hands. He looked into her eyes and told Lucia. She needn't worry any more from this day forward. I will protect you. Lucia wanted to say that she didn't need protection anymore but before she could the king rang a bell and a servant appeared his side. He told the man to arrest the impostor queen and her mother. Lucia opened her mouth to speak but the king held up a finger to silence her. I want them to hang from the uppermost branch of the tallest tree on the highest hill. Let their bodies be left as a warning to any servant who might defy their mistress? Lucia shook her head and said she'd have no such thing but the king took her hand and looked kindly into her eyes. Those wicked women deserve to be punished. My dear after all it is they who are the cause of all your unhappiness. Lucia wanted to respond but before she could. The king clapped his hands and six more servants appeared. The king barked orders at them before she knew it. Lucia was being swept out of the room on a tide of fussing maids the.
"lucia" Discussed on Tales
"Flowers takes on a different crime or mystery where the most fitting theory isn't always the most conventional. The first episode has been my favorite so far. Were the deaths of two Brazilian men a result of making contact with spirits on Mars. Get closer to the truth than ever before. Regarding the mystifying lead masks case but you'll also find some other fascinating stories. Did four friends have a highly unusual encounter during a camping trip in Maine. Sort through the out of this world circumstances surrounding the allegations incident was Italian. Theoretical Physicist Etta Ray by Arana's disappearance caused by his discovery of time travel or was it something more sinister each week Ashley takes on the strange and surreal to explain some of the world's most bizarre true crime occurrences if you're the kind of person who questions everything you'll love this. Show follow supernatural with Ashley. Flowers free on spotify. Or wherever? You get your podcasts now. Back to the story. Maria looked down at the place setting in front of her. There were four forks on one side of her plate and four knives on the other. She hesitantly picked up one of the larger forks and looked to her mother who was sitting across the table. Pilar shook her head. Maria pushed her plate of food away and told the king she wasn't hungry. Of course. This wasn't true. Maria was famished but she was also terrified. She was afraid that even the tiniest mistake would give her away as a mere servant girl who knew what the king would do if he discovered that she had tricked him into marriage by taking mistress. Louisiana's place when she and Pilar arrived at the palace. The king had gone a bit yellow. He produced a picture of mistress Lucia and asked why she looked so different in her portrait. Pilar had pushed the picture away impatiently saying that artists were always making things. Look better on paper. The king gave her a grim smile and told Maria that if she wasn't hungry perhaps they should proceed straight to the introduction. He had planned for her. I wanted to close out the wedding by showing off your talents. Maria nodded blankly. She wasn't sure what he was talking about. But whatever it was. It couldn't possibly be more daunting than the silverware that had been laid out before her. She nodded the king arose from the table and gestured for her to follow. Maria smiled at him uneasily. The king led her down the hallway toward a sunlit balcony. He opened the glass panel doors and pulled. Maria outside. Below was a crowd of at least three hundred people. They were looking directly at her undoubtedly waiting for her to perform some talent which she did not possess. Marinas heart sank. This was far worse than choosing the right silverware. Maria looked at the king. He smiled broadly and held out an ivory handled brush. She tried to turn around and head back into the hallway but the king place to gentle hand on her back and whispered into her ear. Come now don't be shy. Brush your hair. I want to show the people what my new wife can do. Maria hesitantly took the brush and put it to her head as soon as she did. The crowd let out a raucous cheer but as she began brushing the applause died down. The brush made a ripping sound as she tore it through the tangles in her limp locks. A strand of hair floated down off the balcony followed by a fat white Laos. The king took hold of her hand and whispered. Why isn't it working? When she didn't respond he shook his head in disgust. Fine let's just go to your next talent. He snapped his fingers and a servant brought forth a basin of water. Maria looked at the basin in confusion. The king whispered go ahead. Wash your hands. Maria side and plunged her hands into the basin. Dirty Brown water sloshed. Over the edge of the balcony the people below began to scream and boo. Maria looked over to the king. He was glaring at her furiously. This was it surely. The king was going to realize that she was an imposter tears. Bill over her cheeks for a moment when she started crying. The crowd went silent then they broke out into a chorus of violent shouting. Maria turned around and fled back into the Palace. She ran back to her chambers and collapsed on the bed. After a few minutes. She hurt someone enter the room. She looked up to see her mother. Pilar 's face had gone white as a sheet. She sat down beside her daughter and hissed. Stop your crying. Do you WanNa get us both killed. Maria made no attempt to stop crying. She told her mother that they were doomed anyway so she may as well cry. Pilar smacked the back of her head. Were not doomed. You fool tell the king that whatever gifts he expected you to have were probably invention of Don. Juan say he's prone to lying and exaggerating. Maria blinked away. Her tears dawn had always been kind to her and she didn't want to see his head on the chopping block. Of course she also knew that as soon as he laid eyes on her. He would reveal her mother's treachery. Maria dried her tears and sat up. She knew what she had to do. Don Juan was alarmed when he arrived at the palace and was greeted by four heavily armed soldiers when they grabbed him by the arms. He knew something must be terribly wrong by the time. They had escorted him up to the Throne Room. His stomach was tied in a knot of fear. The king sat in the center of a long wooden table. He was surrounded on either side. By a number of stern-faced judges. The soldiers pushed forward and he fell to his knees leeann wrapped his sceptre against the tiled floor. He spoke in a grave voice. Darn Honda Salvo. You stand accused of deliberately misleading. Your King. How do you plead one frowned and asked the king what he was talking about? Leon burst out angrily. You know very well. You told me your sister was a beautiful woman with three charms. In fact she is homely as for her abilities. I would be surprised if she could make ice into water. Kwan's mouth dropped open. He said it wasn't true anyone with eyes could see his sister's beauty and her talents spoke for themselves. The kings shook his head sadly if you would only claim she was beautiful. That would be one thing. I might be able to excuse that but you also made grand claims about her gifts. You said she could make it rain with her. Tears comb pearls from her hair and drip flowers from her fingers. You've taken me for a fool sir. Don Juan looked around frantically in the back of the he could see his sisters mockingbird hanging in its golden cage. She must be nearby. Why was she doing this to him? Had she been afraid to show off her talents surely she must have realized that he would be punished. He asked to see Lucia if he could just see her. Maybe could all this up the king replied? Lucia was humiliated by the afternoons events. As I was she is taken to bed with a headache. But she has confirmed my suspicion that you are Aligarh Don. Juan shook his. It wasn't possible his sweet little sister wouldn't betray him like this. The king was saying something but one couldn't hear anything above the roaring tumbled of emotions in his own head. He heard the distant sound of the staff hitting the floor. He emerged from his stupor just in time to hear the words sentenced to hang by the neck until dad all he could do as the soldiers dragged him away was to scream his sister's name. Lucia shivered as she staggered through the dark desert when she awoken from her fall down the canyon she was laying in the dirt with marinas rags lying on top of her. The only other thing she had was her pet parakeet. The ground was littered with cactus spines. Lucia's feet were bloody and swollen. Each step left a red footprint on the dusty earth as the sun sank below the horizon. A bitter chill set in. She pulled the maids threadbare Poncho tightly around her shoulders but it did little to protect her against the cold up until today. Lucia had never left the grounds of her Hacienda. She'd never met a stranger. Seen the desert or been outside after dark as Lucia emerged from a copse of trees her heart sank for our she'd been following a dry riverbed at the bottom of a narrow canyon now she was facing a dead end. She could either go back the way she'd come or attempt to climb the sheer rock face. Her only other option was to sit down where she was and never get up. Lucia suddenly felt exhausted. She clearly wasn't meant to survive so she may as well have stopped fighting the inevitable as she leaned back against a tree trunk and closed. Her eyes of voice echoed through the Canyon. Dear Mamma Lucia. Keep going Lucia's eyes flew open. She looked around but there was no one there. The voice came again. Lucia hopped up from where she'd been sitting the only other creature incite was her blue and yellow parakeet. Lucia looked at him curiously. The bird opened his beak and said a third time. Dear Mom Lucia keep.
"lucia" Discussed on Tales
"Two thousand and two and theology published by John Beer Horst simply titled Latin American Folktales Beer. Horst was an American folklorist who spent years translating and collecting the stories of the indigenous peoples of central and South America understanding. The folklore of Central America is a difficult task due to the cultural erasure perpetuated by European powers throughout history in particular during the sixteenth century. Spanish colonists undertook the systematic dismantling of indigenous cultures in order to fortify the rule of the KISTA doors in the Americas lawmakers outlawed indigenous languages and religions. They burned books of Aztec history and even went so far as to forbid the preparation and consumption of certain popular indigenous dishes. Many Mesoamerican folktales would not survive these purges often the native stories. The did survive did so by disguising themselves within European stories imported by Spanish colonists. It seems mistress. Lucia is such a tale though its plot structure is traditionally European added core mistress. Lucia is a story about the unpredictable power of Nature Western Berry Tales often focus on aspects of human behavior like class or gender in order to reinforce cultural norms in European folklore. Even animal stories do not focus on nature. They're often allegories for human issues. The unusual lesson of mistress Lucia makes it easy to see how parts of an indigenous story may have been embedded into a European the resilience and resourcefulness of these indigenous. Storytellers is what makes mistress Lucia. So compelling the King's horse created a cloud of dust as it carried him down the old dirt road not long ago. Laon had decided that he would like to take a wife. Of course such a thing was easier said than done. Though he'd seen hundreds of women in the past year each of them had seemed dowd ear and stupider than the last after. So many disappointments. He was finally ready.
"lucia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"But even before. That's that islet. In sent Lucia. It was actually used by pirates about free hundred years whereas before the British even came to try and fight to the French so there was a pirate. Their name is jammed walk because he was missing one food so he had one foot on one wooden foot and he used to sit there and look out for all the other ships passing around coming to the new world and then and he would attack them with these men take over the ship an EBA the people would be initiated into his camp or he would kill them or use them as slaves for him and his fellow element. Yep So there's nothing he stay on that island by there. Let's up Caribbean you stand. You could touch it and think and feel it will. One thing was a little confusing using for me is when I look on Google maps. The island is no longer an island. Is it an island and Google maps is wrong or has it now is an ele- peninsula so it wasn't island for two years ago but we still pigeon island. Pj Let our first prime minister build a causeway ause we so there is a long stream of beach that was built to connect the Minna on. PJ and that long stream of Beach Schnell that causeway now is around resorts. We've Sandoz. Also they're one of the best sanders in Saint Lucia survived. They're beautiful. Oh Golden Sand beach wonderful place to come and Bay and enjoy the Dan. Just relax and pigeon itself has free beaches over its own got it okay when you say. The sandals is a wonderful place to enjoy the beach what the laws are in Saint Lucia. Can I enjoy the beach resort. Even if I am not staying there. So that's an amazing question. Less editors ask it in Cilicia on beaches are public. Okay I wondered what if that was the case from what you said. Yeah you don't have to go in front of Sandals of course there's little like you can see whether resorts starts so then. Somebody might be intimidated. Mutated to go there but there are long stretches that's available to us from in that same location. That could go freely. You could always go in front of the results. Also if you want to. But there's nothing need unless you really want to Dan. That's okay. You can totally do that. So it's public. I think lucians would throw a riot if one of our bitches became private. Well I'm familiar with that in Hawaii. It's the same thing where every beach has to have public access and public parking even if it's a resort but that is not true everywhere in the world and so that's why I wanted to clarify that. That's a great it question but our beaches are like a big part of our life. I let people into turn us. We couldn't go there anymore. Who Good looking fall? What is going to surprise me about going to Saint Lucia other than the nation which threw me and I before we started recording? What's good to surprise you? It depends on what type of stuff surprises you. Maybe you'll be surprised on how whiny our roads I noticed that. Yeah because it's a Montana's island especially when you going towards the south and the southwest the roads can become very wendy will as an example of that for instance. We mentioned that you're GONNA fly into the airport in the south. And then you're you know if you drive up to the region that we were talking about souffle early then it's only thirty four kilometers not even thirty four miles so eight hundred nine hundred miles at a fifty three minute drive way. Are you talking about. Is the northern Rodney yet. So when you have come up to Rodney be appreciated on dry but the island is so beautifully telling Wolf uh-huh especially if you have a nice relaxing time and see someplace new experience some of them using things that we said there. Easter experienced Allah Lila. It's totally with it. I find excellent will before we get to some of my wrap up questions. Is there other things that you want to really highlight that. We can't stop talking about Saint Lucia to we tell people about what definitely inside Lucia. especially if you're a history level you should definitely visit Alice. City called quelled cast cheese so some of the things you could see in the city is some of the old French architecture am in the buildings and stuff like that. You would see a very pyramid shaped roofs and some of the other N- french-style all very busy to northern part the island but further south at grows Ebay. Right we're we're like so then an also there. There is the Laziest isn't Cathedral of Immaculate Conception so it's one of the biggest Caribbean Catholic churches and there is this is where the first time in Catholic history that the holy family. The Bible's already family. Jesus chose effort. Mary were actually actually portrayed in the image of black man so a black family. I'm the activists who did that was one of our premier. As on the island he actually designed flags will and he did that because he said because of our slavery pass because our population is predominantly African right African heritage block so because of our enslaved pass for the people to be able to embraced the Catholic religion considering that the Bible was used to enforce the slavery for example Slaves Obey Massoud. Pseudo beat a lot right so unseens Jesus always was portrayed as wide and you're looking up to him. The only way that he believed that we are the population would be able to embrace. The Catholic. Megyn after a issue of slavery would be could see guate- reflected in our image Asia so it's almost similar to what happened in the woods now with people want to see representation so he did something Erotica Ika by placing a God that was usually portrayed in the image of the life money and pension him in the image of the people the island which are predominantly black. I think he did something unusual. I don't know if I'd go as far as radical considering. How many non-jewish Jesus I've seen pictures of you've unusual okay? While he was unusual for our part of the woods our culture so then he got rid of backlash. But one of the Chech- at the time were kind of worried about it. But when Pope John Paul actually came down and he's sorry he gave him a Vatican medal for it because it was so different it was for us it was quite radical and new and revolutionary January. So it back church. You also see a lot of blacks in sports trade so there answer many of course but a few are he mid showed he pins at them and place them there so that the people of the island would see themselves reflected in their religion so it wouldn't see record religion for the people at Northam. He also Pinch Ed the beautiful paintings that he created on the windows with stained glass and of course there the nuns Mary and these individuals offending the image of black people at the top in the roof Beautiful paintings of European since that will pin from France a hundred years of goal so there's a mixture mixture of the people of the island taking on a sheep and Tikkun Beckley in very legion embiid. Also the traditional European elements elements of their religion mixed together in one in. The church is very colorful. So it's a very light church doesn't have Very light the light airy feel to it because he doesn't have the traditional huge round water. Pila Ella that other Catholic churches would have it has a little wooden elements. Yes and it's very tall very colorful and then when you actually come on you you could see the lights passing for the colorful windows and do offer. Different acts mixture of European and African influenced act. DOC Immature as Catholic Church. It's really stunning. And then in custody. Also there is the Museum gesture that you know. Saint Lucia has the highest number of Nobel laureate Nobel prize winners logo laureates put Kapisa in the world. So that means that means we have the most Nobel laureates based in the world based on the amount of people that we have Alpine. Yes so we have to both of them. From Castro's so there is a museum. That's actually celebrating the when he was a poet of Pinton a playwright and it was the regional his original house before on the town started getting these excellent stuff so they remitted in the same French style. And you can see all of these paintings in his poems on his act. Talking about Caribbean Caribbean.
"lucia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"They would bomb them and fight with them and should would then Tom. Actually that area is like a living museum because this deal the cemetery of the British soldiers two hundred years ago. Oh they're actually writings from the British soldiers. which is very moving as a human being to see that when you go to the top of the Fort and you look at the concrete you could see it in twenty and you would see the name John Pita right side with let you know that this person was there in truth like touch them go back in history and imagine them being there leaving England which is very cool and very different coming to this warm you amid climate with mosquitoes avenue food had to come on And stuff and you would actually see their writings from them. Still in that area so there is remains of the fought. As I said that still some of the old cannons from in two hundred years ago you would also find that with kitchen bed so it wouldn't be intact. Of course it's not exactly the same way A to B but ruins of Yep so when you get there you could go around before guide and they would tell you about how their life was as slowly as in that time in the Caribbeans Lucia fighting back and forth. We've the French amok.
"lucia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"The bags bags on a roll and read. It's real fast board amateur traveler episode six hundred eighty-three today. The amateur traveler talks about volcanoes black sand beaches and waterfalls falls spiced rum pirates and French creole as we go to the island of Saint Lucia in the Caribbean welcome to the amateur traveler. I'm your host Chris Christensen. Let's talk about Saint Lucia. I'd I'd like to welcome to the show. Keywords Simpson from discover Saint Lucia tours dot com. Who has come to talk to us about the island of Saint Lucia? The show. Thank you so much for having me. I am very excited to be here to speak about my beauties island. Let's put it on a map for Saint Lucia. Saint Lucia is in the middle of North America in South America. So that places split of the islands in the Caribbean the N.. To bottom of the Caribbean in the Lesser Antilles so these are the smarter islands near the end of the Caribbean bottom section. Shen why should someone go to Saint Lucia while we have a very beautiful island. We've lots of amusing activities to do lots of amazing things to do. It gives the visitor a perfect balance of relaxing activities not like beautiful beaches as the waterfalls and also if they're interested adventure in history we have got will. It's very nice balance. Caribbean island very beautiful. So another great reason to visit some Musha is that we have a world heritage site. A UNESCO World Heritage sites that heritage site is located them was beautiful town in our country or island. It's closed soufriere. I'm the World Heritage Site is protected. Area ARYANS who free. That has the world's only drive in volcano. So has the tweet mountain peaks that Ireland is very famous. Father called the Pitas House and a few. What the falls are also isn't that UNESCO protected area and coral reefs around the? PTO Is as well so so all of this area makes the World Heritage site excellent. We're definitely going to want to get to that. But where should we start. What kind of our temporary would you lay out for? Someone going to to come to send Moosh. I'm guessing you might stay for really good. Stay it might be about five to seven days because we have so much to do here so I would as a local on a vacation plan. I would suggest that you stopped in Sufri slow. BBC's where. I said that as a a wonderful UNESCO would heritage site and is the pizzas. There are two very steep mountains twin peaks they look almost identical identify Or two.
"lucia" Discussed on Las Culturistas
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"lucia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"This is the Ray Lucia show. America. Make better money moves it is threatening to fill along with my sidekick, Robin. I mean, Johnny dean, Robin. What did Robert it wasn't, Robin? Pretty well useless with Batman. What did he do? Our superpowers you could do it. You can climb. It's kind of like what you do on this saying the parallels are are all there. They know you're good, man. Hey, folks, got a lot about stuff on the docket today. I want to get to this lessons from the financial crisis. Dan camp over MorningStar did a great job mostly. I mean, I I don't agree with everything that morning star has a safe. They're pretty decent outfit. Yeah. And he just sort of flashback. Oh, I love it. You'll find it somewhat entertaining. Also, lots of stuff here on IRAs that I didn't get to yesterday and you a member anyway. That I do. Add their stuff on IRA's. I got some good info there to share this. I found very interesting. Why a broker? God forbid, oh, God forbid is this have to do with insurance now. Oh, it has to do with CD's. Actually, why a broker might be conservative investors. Best option God forbid. Oh, see I always hear that. In talk with insurance insurance agents are trained to raise their hand in the air and say if you should God forbid passing. Strain is insurance. I know you were going to the insurance side here. Yeah. I used to do the whole back the hearse up to the two main many many years ago. I was twenty four years old. You never took the family picture and put a big X over dad. Oh, you did. That's important thing to do. What if this were true? Black. What would you? Now, we just put a black bar over there. That's actually cleaner eight four four race show..
"lucia" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"And Wollo and roll with it. Yeah. Absolutely. Steve. Thank you so much for your call Lucia quick response to him yet new. I just absolutely agree with that. And you know, it's again, it goes back to because what is the point is is the point to to recite something perfectly and show. What how how I don't know that seems so ego driven if he like look at how perfectly I did this thing. Where is the point is really are we connecting? Are we communicating M I sharing something with an audience right now? And you know, I recently, I read this. I. I am obsessed with yoyo Ma and recently, I read a quote of his where he said perfection isn't very communicative. And I loved that. Because it's so true. It's like these moments of vulnerability not to say like the more mistakes, you make the more. You're music's going to connect. But just to be able to be in a place where you're communicating from vulnerability, and from authenticity means that you don't have your ego. There means you're not you're not thinking about you know, what do they think? What do they think of me right now, did I do this? Right. Did I do you're just focused on getting your message across long that music? So it Lucia this is the perfect segue to the next piece of music that I wanna play speaking speaking of communication and vulnerability and connection. This is again from your two thousand eighteen ovum an evening with Lucia Corelli. And it's time after time. That's me. Seeing time after time obviously, the the version written for Frank Sinatra not Cindy loppers version, but this one I heard the story behind this song is one of your father's favorites. Isn't right? And my dad my dad had Parkinson he passed away a few years ago, but he had Parkinson's and in his last few years of having Parkinson's. He lost his ability to speak heat. He was having such a difficult time remembering words and putting together sentences that once very sort of. He was always like this the star of the party, you know, and he was extremely verbal in very very, very bright. He just couldn't talk anymore and one day when I went to visit him. I had my violin with me. And I don't know why I hadn't thought of doing this earlier. I I really regret that. I didn't do it earlier. But I went to visit him I had my violin. And I just started playing some Christmas carols because it was around Christmas time, and he just started sending along and it was already after like a year where he hadn't been speaking. Suddenly he was singing, and he remembered all the words, and it was incredible. And so I just started play. All these songs, and then I talked to my mom and found out with some of his favorite songs throughout his life had been and of course, there's a lot of Frank Sinatra. My dad is Italian man from queens. And so, you know, I learned all these all these standards, and I would go and visit him and play this music, and we would like sing together. And so even though we couldn't talk we were able to have music together and connect through music, and it was really incredible to me really again was just such an amazing experience. And in the experience, I realized actually how many other people have had similar experiences. That's part of why I I do it in my show always very hard to sing that song. And I'm usually here emotional, but I do it because so many other people have had experiences like this with people and their families who've had, you know, dementia, Alzheimer's or Parkinson's, and and music is very very powerful tool to connect with people. Sometimes when when words don't work anymore..
"lucia" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"This is the Ray Lucia show we've been talking about the sequence risk and how critically important is to get this one, right? Referring to the when to retire decision. The impact on retirement security and workforce management. It's one of the reasons why I've authored three different books on retirement. And I'm going off author another one I'm actually written a good part of it. But I haven't had time to fine. Tune it. But a lot of it focuses on this whole idea of when you retire. And frankly, it's luck of the draw when you were born kind of dictates when you retire. But this prudential study actually done by the university of Missouri. And incidentally, one an insurance company is paying for studies like this. They're not doing it to try to get more business. They're doing it. Because they they don't want people to think it's their own study for getting more business. If you know what I mean? I mean, it would seem to biased if they did it. I'm sure the prudential people have in house people that could do this study, but they farm out in pay. So that the study can be objective. So I'm giving you objective numbers. Even though I think what prudential would like out of this is to inform people that the sequence risk could be better managed by something like a life annuity. They don't say that in this study or this report, but I suspect that's their so-called vested interest. But it does. Doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure that one out? And I think there's been plenty of academic research to support that kind of a recommendation, and if you don't believe me. Send me an Email, and I'll be happy to give you not one not two, but probably ten links to highly sophisticated finance professors and economists that say so. But this is important because we've had more than three years of up returns. And what they're saying is when you have more than three years in a row of up returns, the chances of you facing negative returns in the ensuing years early in retirement are very very high even though that's not been the case in the recent past. But you have to make the assumption that the returns are going to eventually go negative. So we all know, what dollar cost averaging is dollar cost averaging occurs. When you make frequent call it monthly purchases of shares of stock or mutual funds. Like you do in a 4._0._1._K. And the example, I like to do is let's say you're.
"lucia" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"Widely spread here so do you guys want to introduce yourselves because i feel that you will sum up what you're doing better than i will and you are you have many talents so charlie don't start i was going to sort of look over it soon be like to you thought me hello my name's todd kooks and i am a poet and producer and the book and i'm not important thing and yes i've just finished my first collection of poetry which will be published in the summer with hop collins there are lots of leaflets at the back by all the drinks because i thought that's where you might get your attention so if you want and preorder it's amazing it's called she must be thank you yes now you you're going to have to do a lot of this coming up when you promote books i'm being nice i'm like practice tonight lucia what about you you you work at jigsaw i'm lucia i work jigsaw as head of design of been here for a long time it's a great company to work for never dull moment always changes every year but always remains with great integrity to design so it's been a great time jigsaw hi everyone my name is serena and i'm the founder of suitcase creep which is consists of a travel magazine for the modern traveler which i was gonna say millennials that you guys will read it and enjoy it and then i will say run a creative agency full brands in the travel industry and lifestyle brands as well so the jigsville campaign the tagline is creativity doesn't discriminate so it's about how an idea is gentleness and has no it shouldn't have an attachment to it and yet oversleep you we are still discriminated against because of race gender age everything is still up in the air at the moment in all industries but when did you guys i realize you wanted to be in a creative career and did you ever get pushback from anyone in your lives you kind of said like ooh that's quite a risky decision did did anyone have anything.