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"manteca" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"But i didn't have access to see it so they're dropping Clips at me on that. And then i went downtown and got on with tucker and i heard a click. Did i had not heard but at that moment right always going live when i when he said i. It didn't matter to him if my wife was aren't unarmed. Carry what he would have pulled the trigger. And then i. I went live into said that. I wanted to thrash destroy. That student autism was a is definitely motorization. I can't even believe i can't believe that. That the the experience that i mean right before you going on in front of millions of people and then shock and awe and then here's officer bird. Claiming he was you know gotten threats and he was. You know certainly worried for his safety. But that that's rich. I'll worry for safety. Is the them this long. So he's been in hiding. So where's he getting these threats from in housing housing skid for safety. I from january seventh. Mike have been getting death. Threats sent to my office. you know. I'll get memorial cards. I learned very quickly. Don't open them without a return address. But i had no clue coming. I'd open up memorial cards. That i thought and people would take time and ways to stamp to send me a picture of my wife dead laying on the brown like this is the level of of scum coming from folk from the other side of of this thing and just done well. This comes good world who comes good word for it as a lot of scum out there and you've had to experience all sides of it. Let's talk some things a little bit positive. And maybe a silver lining through all this. Because i gotta believe based on the kind of response that i get for millions of people who listen to this show every week and the support you've been getting i see there's gonna be a texas loves ashley rally in freeport texas on her birthday with a bunch of speakers. There's going to be it's all. I think the benefit a legal defense fund tells a little bit about the rally for your wife So a gentleman by the name of al manteca actually took his time with his heart painted a beautiful portrait of me and my wife by using a picture that he had gotten a hold of from so he. He's the one that's organizing events in that area He's he's put it all together. It's going to be on sunday at one o'clock a local time. They're in freeport. Like you said the bridge harbor yacht club and yet we it's gonna. It's good i. I'm going to see a bunch of people that have been helping us from the beginning and some that i haven't had up to in purpose person and it's just going to be a nice day to my wife and you wish your what would have been her thirty six.
"manteca" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"For me for response from the way it worked out. I ended up newsmax with greg kelly. I i was seeing first clips. Because this was airing at like seven o'clock my time so had already aired on the east coast but i didn't have access to see it so there were dropping Clips at me on that. And then i went downtown and got on with tucker and i heard a clip that i had not heard but at that moment right as i was going live in when i when he said i. It didn't matter to him if my wife was on on our he didn't carry what he would have pulled the trigger and i went live into said that i wanted to thrash destroy. That studio was a definitely motorization. I can't even believe. I can't believe that the experience that i mean right before going on in front of millions of people and then shock and awe and then here's officer bird claiming he was you know he'd gotten threats and he was. You know certainly worried for his safety. But that that's rich. I'll worry for. Safety is the lawn. so he's been in hiding. So where's he getting these threats from housing housing skid bread safety. I spoke january seventh. Mike have been getting death. Threats sent to my office. I'll get memorial cards. I learned very quickly. Don't open them without a return address. But i i had no clue coming. I'd open up memorial cards. That i thought and people would take the time in ways to stamp to send me a picture of my wife dead laying on the brown like this is the level of of scum coming from from from the other side of of this thing and just done well. This comes. good world x. comes good word for it. There's a lot of scum out there and you've had to experience all sides of it. Let's talk a little bit positive. And maybe a silver lining. Through all this because i gotta believe based on the kind of response that i get from millions of people who listen to this show every week and the support. You've been getting. I see there's going to be a texas loves ashley rally in freeport texas on her birthday with a bunch of speakers. There's going to be and it's all i think to benefit a legal defense fund. Tell us a little bit about the rally for your wife. Yeah so a gentleman by the name of allah manteca actually took his time with all. This heart painted a beautiful portrait of me and my wife by using a picture that he had gotten a hold of them. So he's the one that's organizing events in that area He's he's put it all together. It's going to be on sunday at one o'clock local time. They're in freeport. Like you said the fridge. Harvey our club and yet it's going to. It's good i. I'm going to see a bunch of people that have been helping us from the beginning and some that i haven't had to in purpose person. It's just gonna be a nice day to celebrate my wife. You wish your what would have been her thirty six birthday.
"manteca" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"manteca" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"manteca" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"For school safety during the pandemic. Baby face jail in Herdman reports The pole, which was conducted by the Heart Research Associates last nearly 1300, California voters about their opinions on when or whether they believe public schools should reopen for in person instruction. Tough. Garin, the president of Heart Research, presented the poll's findings questions like whether or not voters believe that the Koven 19 pandemic will soon come to an end or split along party lines. Democrats and nonpartisans think the worst is yet to come. Republicans tend to think the worst is in the past. However, both Democrats and Republicans strongly agreed that schools will need more funding in order to safely deal with the impacts of covert 19. There's a recognition that in order to achieve these things, polls, we're going to need to have more funding. Only 19% of voters in 21% of parents say that schools have the funding they need to deal with the impacts of Corona virus. Oh, and we get significant, Um, shares of the electorate and Aaron body who say that Not only did schools need more funding, but they need a lot more fun on this crosses party lines. 65% of Republican voters was physically targeted, say In this case, schools need more funding in order to deal with the impacts of the Corona virus. The poll also shows that voters and parents have a greater fear of the impacts of schools reopening to quickly which could lead to a spike in outbreaks rather than fearing that schools will take too long to open and the potential impacts of long term distance learning. 84% of voters support the initial decision to switch to distance learning back in March. However, there's a far lower percentage of parents who report that online learning at home is going well are fairly well with a higher percentage of parents who are college graduates reporting successful transitions to online schools. And those who are not college graduates. There's a great degree of agreement on what parents and voters consider key factors in reopening schools. These factors largely echo what public health officials say are the necessary precautions for keeping people safe and quelling the spread of cove in 19. Better ventilation in classrooms and regular and rapid access to covert testing. Four. Of 10. Parents feel that schools should not reopen until there's a vaccine. Ken Johnson, the president of the Manteca Educators Association, echoes parents concerns about lack of proper protection in schools. You know, if you're not supposed to have family gets gathers at the holidays, then why is it safe to have mass gatherings of students in classrooms with poor ventilation? Think about this. The district's procedure for PP was to give every educator of $50 gift card to buy their own peopie supplies. I don't even have to explain what's wrong with that. Johnson also mentioned that within the first week of school's reopening back in August, there was a case of four teachers at the same school who tested positive for Coben 19. California's current policy is that schools are not permitted to open until transmission is no longer widespread. Which is defined as more than seven daily new cases per 100,000 people and more than 8% positivity rates counties with substantial spread, which is to find us 4 to 7 new cases per 100,000 residents and 5 to 8% positivity. Rates for at least two weeks can reopen for in person instruction subject to state guidelines. E. Toby Boyd, a kindergarten teacher and the president of the California Teachers Association, says that reopening cannot be taken lightly. We think about schools you have to think about our Children. No one's there in our classrooms. There they may go home to a multi generational Household. They may go to a household that have a person that has the impaired immunity system. We have to make sure that we look at the totality of everything in order to make sure that we continue to consider their safety. The last thing we want to do is tow have a still with the virus. Take it home to that home. And then that child has on their mind the fact that they cause Something to happen to their family that would be unforgivable. The bottom line is that educators and California voters agree that in order for California schools to reopen safely, they need more funding. The teachers union says that in person instruction should only be permitted if the school district has clear plans for testing and contact tracing of both students and staff. California voters pulled on the issue overwhelmingly agreed. I'm Jalen Herdman Reporting for KPFK..
"manteca" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast
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"manteca" Discussed on Lights, Camera, Upkeep
"That was also only. There's only three new cards in each day and in for anyone. That just wants the new cards. I would just a way eventually. I feel like they'll go down pretty cheap unless they don't in which case. Maybe it is better to buy the whole thing. Because i like i. None of these cards are jumping out to me as like actually going to be expensive. I think like most and we'll get like five bucks or less. None of these are like none of these are dockside extortionists or two ferries protections which came out in commander decks. They became like thirty to fifty yards. The draw is in the reprints particularly with soldiering in arcane segment. Which i don't think we'll take a big dip in price after this because most people who these are just going to keep the cards. Yeah well the thing is soaring card where you don't have one like people have like twenty sold rings. Look thirty sold. Rings depend like people so many rings in you need so many stories for all the commander ex you have. A soul ring will always keep it price around like five dollars so if if they are the blue. They are soaring and arcane signet. Already paid for almost half the cost of what you're gonna buy. And even if the rest are. All bulk raiders depending on where. You're buying your book rare rare fifty cents to a dollar and the rest of it actually wants us to a cumulus to it. You should pay. But they're not all bulk wrecks. Some of them are really good cards. You on move onto our other magic topic yell. Let's talk about the story. And you know i guess we should start with a general overview of our our thoughts on the story Which i think you you said to me in a fairly single syllable. When i started reading it but i'm curious your thoughts of changed on that. I've never really been into manteca lor. This is actually the first piece of magical rosa. I've ever read anna's reading it. And i enjoyed it but it was just like a man i. It's not bad but it's not like something that would go on my way to read. Yeah if i was gonna suggest to anyone to read any particular magic story I would really highly recommend the caledonian. Aether revolt story story lines. That's where you have the old writing team kind of in their prime really killing it with good story. This is okay. This is a new writer. i was kinda hoping that we might see some old names coming through but so far the first after both by the same guy. At greenbelt i think it is. I like the juice parts then. Luckily love jays. I love days. I say.
"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will manteca today's musician was a piano virtuoso and composer at a time when women rarely performed or wrote their own work although many of her compositions remain unknown her collaborations with her husband resulted in one of the most fruitful musical partnerships at the early nineteenth century. Let's talk about Clara Schumann. Clara Josephine was born in Eighteen nineteen in Leipzig Germany her father Frederik peak was a sought after piano instructor. Frederick married one of his students, Marianne and together they had five children, Clara and her four brothers. Is Five her parents divorced Clara, and her brothers became the legal property of their father. Clara's mother remarried and moved to Berlin which limited contact between them two letters, periodic visits. Frederick Recognize Clara's early musical talents and dedicated himself to her musical education. Under his tutelage she studied Violin Piano Music, theory, and business. Frederick even sent Clara around Germany to study with some of the finest composition teachers in Leipzig Dresden and Berlin. In eighteen twenty nine at the age of eleven, Clara made her performance debut in Leipzig Clara began touring in Germany France and Austria. She was one of the few pianists of her time who played by memory and she performed not only her own compositions but also those that were more well known by Johann Sebastian Bach Domenico Scarlatti. Ludwig. Van Beethoven and Robert Schumann. Robert Schumann due to a self inflicted injury to his right hand was the only composer among his contemporaries who did not play his own work. Clara took on his work for him. In nineteen thirty, one at the age of twelve she gave her first performance of his piano composition papillon. Over the course of the next five years, Clara, became wildly infatuated with Robert Schumann the match made her father very concerned at that point Clara was already famous and successful performer. Robert was a relatively unknown composer. Frederic. Saw The match as beneath Clara and so at the age of Seventeen Clara's father center to Dresden in hopes of severing ties between the two. But as is the case with many famed love stories. Parental intervention didn't go as planned. Despite, Clara's demanding performing and touring schedule. Clara and Robert wrote to each other in secret over many months using an intermediary to deliver their letters. When the two decided to wet. Strong resistance from Clara's father in nineteenth century Germany, a woman could not marry without her father's consent and Frederick refused to give it. Robert took Frederick to court over his refusal and Frederick countered with charges against Robert After nearly a year of legal battles the court finally sanctioned the marriage the couple married in September eighteen forty one day before Clare Clara's twenty first birthday and settled in Leipzig for years. Later, Robert suffered a severe breakdown and the couple relocated to Dresden at the recommendation of Roberts doctors. Over the course of their marriage Clara was pregnant ten times and had eight children despite having such a large family Clark continued to perform, compose, teach piano, and support Robert in his career. Despite Clare's existing professional success, it was Robert's career that was prioritized in the marriage nevertheless clar used the arrangement to her advantage. She performed her own arrangements of Roberts pieces during her concert tours and Robert in kind what insert phrases from Clarence compositions
Leading Ladies: Anna May Wong
"Alot from wonder media. Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manteca. Today we're talking about the first major American movie star. She openly criticized racist typecasting her accomplishments were groundbreaking and many of her critiques still. Ring true today. Let's talk about the prolific Anna. May Wong. Anna was born in Los Angeles in one, thousand, nine, hundred, five. Her birth name was Wong lead song. She initially attended a majority white school but transferred to Chinese school to. Escape racism she. From her classmates. Anna often skipped class to check out nearby film sets pushing her way to the front of the crowd to get closer to the cameras. She came up with Anna May Wong as her stage name by age eleven. And she was fourteen when she appeared in a silent picture, caught the red lantern. At Seventeen, Anna played the lead role in the toll of the sea one of the first movies and color. Anna's most notable early role was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, she played in the hit movie the thief of Bagdad. Though. This part was a stepping stone for her career. It's also emblematic of the problems with Hollywood casting that Anna would soon after vocally advocate against and interviews. In the thief of Bagdad, Anna played a treacherously in a subservient role wearing very little clothing. Anna appeared in more than fifty films throughout her life and she often struggled with subservient. typecasting Hollywood also repeatedly granted lead Asian roles to white actors and cast actual. Asian. Actors. As villains. After working in the United, states for several years, Anna had had enough of Hollywood's biased casting. So she moved to Europe. Europe was more receptive when it came to Anna's acting ability. She started films throughout the continent with reporters praising her transcendent talent. One notable appearance was in the British movie. Piccadilly in nineteen twenty. Nine After a few years in Europe and a decided to give Los. Angeles. Another shot she appeared in the famous nineteen thirty two movie. Shanghai Express opposite. Marlene Dietrich. I must confess I. Don't quite know standard respectability that you know newborn how But Hollywood hasn't really improved. It's racist casting methods. Anna, auditioned for the lead role in the gutter. A film based on the novel about a family of Chinese farmers despite Anna's film
"manteca" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Yeah technically technically war I'm set it right now it's not but where you are it it right now we have had a great great winter it in Boston little snow what what kind of winter if you guys had in Illinois on average snowfall but it's been the the it's been more moderate not twenty below anymore haven't been part of the first six weeks later well we have the third warmest January in history in the Austin area isn't that something that that is something you know yeah that's something that we but last year when we are out here in Rockford Illinois right he died currently I want from Chicago of normal it was twenty five degrees below zero last year at this time and we just close our that these are the same as TV show twenty slash have a low zero yeah and let's not wind chill that's temple actual wow yeah we even at the polar bears would income modern with the left hi this is so so what's the twenty sold better doing that the morning well I wish you were you know just a few more weeks of winter I hope it's it's mild as as I hope you're right for us in Boston absolutely one of the world's does turn to it I know you're going to get around doing well I I I am sorry I know I I know you're my favorite one of my favorite will Manteca composers will soon be course and and the kid I didn't know I didn't know about it overture William Tell overture but later on in what became more involved enough where you collect music I did what my favorite show of all time almost on TV and certainly works are actively on radio was the Lone Ranger well it's the three for the laundry absolutely last year I went to Florida and the it and they show the Lone Ranger on a plane and what a lousy movie I would would journey there with Johnny Depp where he he wore that stupid courage the bridge the movie was so bad the three people walked out and and then we never saw them again you know the open the side door and that's how bad the movie and it's bad that movie was if you guys remember that the lonely do they did several years.
"manteca" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"It's eight six six six ten six three nine seven good luck they still have those things clothing donations yeah sure is the see the morality Manteca let's see we've we've now said the more troops about what three thousand more troops to the Middle East many others that way a little over three fire rainy and says that he consider revenge scenarios but but we sell us that maybe it is your sounds like it's sure sounds like they hope well last night will be the end of well unless the president does something Hey I think the president stir the many I. and they blinked that's what looks like if indeed nothing was it nothing was hurt hello saying Hey we did a great job the guided missile you pointed out yeah they're guided missiles and they specifically had areas that are popular it is not a rocket yeah it's a missile the I I talked to the to governor valuable I think she's terrific you know look my job is to ask tough questions even people I really like it I really like her we're talking about marijuana in the legislature and everybody Tallahassee seemingly against this amendment to go ahead and allow for a medical my for for marijuana to be legal any anybody that's medical but anybody ever all against the all filed briefs now of the Republicans in the house Republicans in the Senate right tourney general right the chamber of commerce everybody in this room as you people do a little research and don't tell me that it's because our kids try to keep the kids come by on the street corner that's we want to get rid of we want the revenue from the from the taxes good conversation have whether we will hear that nine forty one cool eight fifty six Mays got us forces Jimmy the New York Giants are said to have their main page read special teams coordinator wide receivers coach Joe judge will reportedly become the new head coach for the G. men the thirty eight year old has been on bill.
Linguists Hear An Accent Begin
"This is scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Suzanne barred. They Ryan in spines sties. Nine late in the lying rain in Spain stays mainly in the plane. Why can people speaking the same language have such such different accents. The short answer new accents begin to develop when isolated groups of speakers start making nearly imperceptible changes to the way they pronounce. Words accents development is the first step in language change kicking hundred years ago languages like English. Joie Chen's Swedish actually all dialects of the same language but of course then they go over. Time University of Munich Linguist Jonathan Harrington. He's interested in how accents for skit started. But because of global communication most communities are no longer linguistically isolated slated. An audio recording equipment. Didn't exist back when more of them were so how to capture the early stages of accent formation today Harrington and his team team turned to members of the British Antarctic survey who speak with a variety of English accents when you're in Antarctica during the winter period then says no way in and there's no way out so they were isolated together and a interacted with each other and they have to cooperate with each each although Harrington's team recorded the winters reciting list of words before they left for Antarctica then while they're the winters recorded themselves saying saying the same words for more times the linguist then analyze the recordings in particular resonances. The way airflow shape sound resonances says all the defining Christine features which let you distinguish one vowel from the nest and even during their short time in Manteca the way the winters produced certain valves began to converge averaging out the resonances for example at the beginning of the study some people produce the Ooh in food at the front of the mouth like this while others use the back of the mouth but they began to sound more similar over time. In addition the winters invented slightly new ways of pronouncing valves such is shifting the production of the second syllable in the word window very slightly forward in the vocal tract the linguistic these small changes document the very beginnings of a common accent. The study is in the Journal of the Acoustical Society. Diety of America Harrington says the research isn't just relevant for understanding Earth's colonial past. He thinks there's every reason to expect that prolonged `isolation will cause stress on Mars missions to end up with an out of this world accent.
"manteca" Discussed on KGO 810
"The people of the world let it now be noted thirty here in our decision and this is what we stand for justice and the value of a single human being Spencer Tracy in judgment at Nuremberg thank you Karen spot on let's go to Gregg calling from Manteca Greg welcome to KGO hi John I think these films are really important they remind us of who and what we can be at our best well look the movie that I'm calling about it really was a tear jerker they came out in the nineteen seventy one it was killed players story the film was cold Brian song based on the his friendship with Brian piccolo on the Chicago Bears yeah the it did have this memorable line in it where he said the guard comes first my friends come second then I am third in the it's based on a gill slayers book called I answered in the his dear friend Brian piccolo us our first your cancer and it's just Aaron story about how low brought those two men across lines of race in the sixties and how close we became and how much they fought to support each other I don't know if you've seen it well I have I'm I'm going to play just a click here this is the theme song by Henry Mancini I'm.
"manteca" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Daily but he's got I well well he's gonna get if he's going to get a handful on Sunday like Jordan gross said man that's very frustrating other team just keeps bringing waves you guys stay out there what the hell you guys gonna break I don't Gillian Taylor at six naps the other day there in Washington compliment pretty good right sure the biggest place or third one stop on all day and then he picked up all formal I we got to holders big pull it it's interesting hollered what's the source told me during the break these are people are delusional everything what size it is four years away it's basketball warriors yeah we'll give you a win for the warriors that yeah we thought we would reset that after one game because last week everyone is optimistic I thought after this week's guy would be falling but apparently it's not maybe they didn't see maybe they were drinking maybe both they were drinking and didn't see anyway give me that that mail is gonna join is about twelve fifteen only here in the sports in the meantime usually is traffic for the children autobody traffic deaths will start out with some good news we just got word from the C. H. P. that west bound one twenty has been re opened in Manteca at airport road both lanes are open still some residual slowing from highway ninety nine but definitely some good news there if you are on northbound eight eighty eight Caltrans doing some sweeping the runaround alterado Boulevard and so it is slower free my from the koto meantime southbound eighty eighty in Oakland a crash north of twenty third blocking the right two lanes it's cracked up to nine eighty north bound rubbernecking casting slow from sixty Sixth Avenue south on one oh one near Hillsdale San Matteo crescent shoulder backed up to a popular and then heading into San Francisco just a minor toll plaza delay hearing lights are off at the west bell B. bridge you are locked into pop and line KNBR one oh four five nine six eight the sports leader it's our biggest used car sales.
"manteca" Discussed on The Soulspace Podcast
"Left to hear how you timidly discovered at the Nadon sexual practices that you're deeply into at the moment in teaching case, so. The trace that back I have to go to south Omaha is rocky, and he was someone that I sat together with in Listrik training in the early nineties, we were both students of the same rabbi and. Years later, maybe like ten years later bumped into him. And he had to me, this book, which was David data away of the superior, man, which had had translated into Hebrew. So it's my first introduction to. Field of sacred sexuality say in through David data in Seoul. When I was practicing in here in Canada, in psychology in was personally engaged with the David data work in doing both individual therapy. And also couples therapy. I began to inevitably begin seeping in some of the ideas about sexual polarity began to be start to stand out for me in situations. And so I've actually went and did to intensive with David data in California, and really immersed into that. And. At a certain point, I. I decided need to take hiatus from my clinical work in order to more deeply explore this field, which I guess, David would probably be described as Neo tundra. It was through that explanation that I learned about manteca system in terms of. Security Brown practice around male sexual empowerment in control, basically, being able to bring consciousness to one sexually in a way that not previously been aware of until within David data. He also talks about those things. More believe from the yoga in the tantric tuition. However, it's really believe in the Chinese tradition that, you, you have the really fleshed out pragmatic, technical drawing from traditional Chinese medicine, and as well as martial arts. She gone, you know, the dot integrates, all of these of these influences and. So that's basically, how ended up through data and finding in the field. And then within the field seeking I guess the most efficient way for me to progress within my own my own practice. For those who might not be familiar. Just to get context should we zoom out in look, it's douse them as a larger system and within that these practices kinda fit in that umbrella. Is that is that a way we can describe it in detail? Sure you can ever will say that when I was coming out of my orthodoxy. My Jewish orthodoxy moving into these fields, I became highly allergic to well this way, I basically after spending my tire life to my adult life, gracious reader in completing my doctorate in the rest of it. When I started getting into these practices, and after that initial exposure to as mentioned, my friend, who enemy this translation, pretty much didn't read at all for about two years, because I knew I knew I like. I knew that as soon as I started to read about the practices that I was doing and interpret them within broader philosophical traditional frameworks. I would be immediately interpreting comparing contrasting all of that stuff. And I just want did not want to be in my head in that way, in language in that way, I was connecting with the energy that was starting to feel it and felt revolutionary to me and to ground to that it felt like I needed to really to avoid and even to this day. I'm so cautious about when I feel myself up into my head. I mean it's. You know, the Jewish people are called the people the book, right? And. I do believe that. What our ancestors engaged with has a strong influence on who we are doesn't. It's all of who we are. And we can choose how what we want to manifest in. We can connect with other traditions of other human beings who've done different things expand that way, and these types are all available to us, regardless of how they came down, particularly in our in our bloodline say, but it strongly felt to me that if I start activating this sort of intellectual process, which I do periodically but I don't feels not balanced a prison cell anyway. Yeah, it can can become a prison cell. It can also opened up doors as it did within the couple's missive. I was studying where this very intense intellectual engagement brings to sort of appreciation of paradoxes. And it's a lot of contemplation of sort of different varieties of Infinity in almost like a. Typology of nothingness is different starts degrees of nothingness in this sort of stuff. And so, yeah, it takes. It doesn't necessarily end up in just amazed within the intellect as it might in other sort of less metaphysical context. But. But it doesn't it tends not to, if you practice it on that level, that's remain focused in, you might be losing track of your, your heart center in your gut. What your gut is, is communicating and your sexual centre and, and, and I had learned, I had enough ills initial experiences in these practice spaces that I was being supposed to for the first time of how healing in how empowering it is to, as human being be connected with that sort of corps, life force energy oneself. And so it's I did most of my life in one way. And so maybe need to sort of the to the other extreme for time. And then hopefully of, of more balanced point shooter, can you share with us? You mentioned you're starting to feel some of these energies. And so again without us because. We are using language to try to communicate these things, it's difficult. But I do want to bring that in into into focus is how these subtle energies are big part of some of these traditions and practices. Can you talk about your experience with with his new? This new awareness. Boy, oh boy. Yeah. It's, it's a tough one 'cause it's sort of you don't wanna be the person who's talking about energy all the time. Energy entity energy is everything. What else is there besides energy? I mean, I guess, tantric speaking, there's consciousness, there's energy than are all that is, is the energy in motion in terms of the sexual practices. So. Within the Dallas work in particular, you do begin to discern different qualities of energy different types of energy through practice, and there is a, a well-developed framework within traditional Chinese medicine that talks about the Meridian system, and the different. Qualities of energy that moved through that system. Actually, I don't really like I'm really the person to. Talk about that Tatum haven't had that kind of training. And as I say, even in the training, I have had which is based on the same genetic map I tend to allow things to emerge in practice rather than sort of learn them, first on the way it's supposed to be in then. In my practice to have that expectation. It's like I'm always testing ground excuse me. The system of the system of Taoist work, that method Chea is my teacher is teaching in Chinese referred to as inter just practice. She go. It's, it's a very strong emphasis on practice is practicing. With that said, I can say that. Having worked Mercifully within this system now for several years that I do feel clear difference between. Energy, which is a more feminine energy of experienced as earth, based connected with the earth connects with certain parts of the body in sexual center particular, versus the shin or the spirit energy, the, the fire energy, these sort of archetypal, qualities of different energies in so you begin to that Severi basic discernment between the basic, the fire in water energetically, and a lot of what's referred to as the alchemy in the more advanced practices, or call the fusion practices of the immortality practices. The Dow miss a lot of working with these energies and. Learning to mix them, and it becomes quite a satiric quick quickly and. But for me even to have gotten to the point now where I feel like I can ground to earth, and also feel upwards through the top of my head in a way that really actually is very strongly, powered by previous experiences in practice to sort of connect to this sort of heavenly for surprises above into have both of those things present. Feels very very. Empowering in. Energizing this. Arc of energy between this or masculine feminine is another way to talk about a union young that to be able to stand human being into in touch with both of those. Is brings a lot of positive benefit. Anyway, you're integrating, you know the. The head part of your life and, and the body and connecting with lifeforce and. In your opinion. What is the importance of cultivating that sexual energy like how's how's that beneficial m in our life? Well, that's that was the thing like. Nothing's really, really like about Manta Kia is the. Just. You start from the foundation star from foundation. So the sexual center is even Indian tradition. Move. Moolah Darras foundation means foundation in also in coupled self, he sold that, that's right. That's fear of the sexual centers also named foundation. So what is it about the sexual center that's foundational? And if you're going to build a building. Where would you wanna start building the building from? And to me became very obvious that as human beings. We are born from this sexual force life force that it does have a Peretti nature to it. And. That being touch with that and being healthy and whole and having a flow of that force within us. Is the best foundation for developing of our other capacities in again ground. What I call grounded way and in. So you void the types of problems, the many types of problems when their transportation practices that sort of bypass the sexuality piece or consciously. Suppress it or repressive, more dangerous, when it's sort of unconscious process and cast it into darkness. So to speak of the unconscious in, then, of course will will reappear in different ways. So to me an approach that almost speaking really more transportation psychologist being able to stand part from any of the particular ZipRecruiter interest of the different religions or anything in approach to me begins from that foundation. And helps people to be healthy and whole happy and learned to. Cultivate their sexual energy, which then when you call today, drawed words, which is all these traditions are doing striking draw the sexual energy from the sexual center upwards into other centers. It does it doesn't always it doesn't continue to be -sarily a sexual thing, right? It becomes sort of a magnifying of other centers. So if you draw sexual energy up to the heart center, it takes on a different quality energy.
"manteca" Discussed on KTRH
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"manteca" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"You believe thinking of your romantic partner raises your blood pressure new research suggests otherwise Stephan Kaufman reports when faced with a stressful situation. It's a good idea to be either thinking about your romantic partner or have your significant other by your side university of Arizona researcher, Kyle Barossa had more than one hundred participants submerge afoot in cold water. Then think about their main squeeze both scenarios. Reduced blood pressure. Equally. Those of us who are in manteca relationships will attest to the fact that even when our partners aren't around. They still matter to us. It's not as if they're out of sight out of mind Bourassa says he believes the experiment turned out the way a dead because relationships affect how we perceive the world after situation where we're coming up against some kind of challenge having partners mayor on those kinds of challenges allows us to overcome them in a more effective way with the research produce the same result. If the partner wasn't someone who's romantically involved. Get really probably has more to do with how supported you feel that person is to you. I imagine for someone who has sort of that best friend or that brother sister. That was really always there for them. You might see similar benefits. Stephan Kaufman Prescott. Arizona a pair of big time chocolate. Here's are in trouble for not delivering what consumers expected. Joe Ramsey has their story. You're deli. And Russell Stover have agreed to pay seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars in fines after prosecutors in California said they offered a little chocolate and a lot of wrapping prosecutors sued the candy makers alleging they misled consumers by selling chocolate products and containers that were.
"manteca" Discussed on The Ralph Report
"Oh, good move. Excellent choice on his mart move. Anyway. He's barking back at TMZ because they unearthed some documentation, he's going through a bitter custody battle in divorce right now, and they got a hold of legal paperwork, and his occupation on that paperwork is listed as Uber driver. He's driving an Uber. These days so TMZ outed him about that and kind of job shamed. Him much like that guy from the Cosby show. Remember as so dunk amend is firing back with the following tweet. I chose to stop doing stand up comedy and started driving Uber. So I could be there for my son as much as he needed after our life as we knew it was destroyed. He said manteca fed divorced real bad but much like you said having a kid changed his perspective. And especially in the middle of a divorce. You know, I guess if you're leaving the kid with your wife and your marriage is solid. It's okay to go off and do some dates and then come home. But if if you're only getting custody kit half the time, how can you? Afford to be gone have and in order to make money doing the road, unless you're like a huge name you have to be on the road forty weeks year. So Dunkel men now drives an Uber. And he said he's not embarrassed by there's nothing nothing wrong with it. He's doing it. So we can spend time with his son. He said print that TMZ, and he said separate tweet, and I make over a grand on a good week, motherfuckers. He said why TMZ shaming people working? I don't know. Screw them. Everybody in this business at one time or another usually the majority of their careers is doing something else to make a buck while they're trying to do the thing that they love anyone working to make money and pay their own way. Why would you shame that? That's ridiculous. How how do you start deciding what's good job and with? Yeah. Joe work is work at this point. I got nothing but love for Uber drivers. That's especially in this town driving for a living in Los Angeles. You couldn't pay me enough. So I'm no Dunkeld fan. I think he's a bit of fatuous. But by the way. Walkway from that gig. He had reason and every time you listened to him interviewed he's very full of himself. But at the same time, that's the last thing anyone should be shaming anyone for it. Because they got a job where legitimate job doing something. Yeah. All right. And lastly, my favorite entertainment story probably of the week. I'm guessing maybe the month. Familiar with xfinity xfinity. Comcast xfinity their cable company, as you know, massive cable company, and they have a brand new state of the art voice remote control, the xfinity, X, one voice remote. This is where we are. Now, you don't even need to pick up a remote and flip around anymore. You just talk into the remote. It does awfully Alexa ruined everybody. It does. And it's it's the science fiction time now Star Trek to talk into the computer computers answering you so this will do everything you want you just speak your commands to the cable box. You can fast forward. You can pause from rewind. You can ask tough questions of it. Hey, what's the song on that soundtrack? It'll tell you do the research for you. It'll scour cable guides for specific movies and TV shows. It is the most amazing adventure to hit television since color. They say really, however how it's got one. It's been program. Not accept dirty talk. You can't talk dirty to the remote. Because. It will not deal with that kind of talk. Mr. Oh my God. Because we're America. And we don't go in for that potty language. So we're going like fair night..
"manteca" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"David as everyone knows this podcast started out as a hard hitting journalism two. And then we the big question asking questions and we've veered away the show is now become a bit a palooza. It's true. This lot of movie to us trying to be no bits podcast. It's become a lot of bits about move. We can deal with then twenty nineteen. I feel like we can tackle. We'll get back on on mass. Yeah, we'll figure it right. But in the meantime, if you got that sort of like real true crime. Yes, a real propane podcast. I got one to recommend for you. Do. Listen, okay. If you like cereal, if you like s town dirty John, these you might like about called Ed manteca. Oh, that's created by audio. Yeah, right here. Yeah. Talking about the death row, confessions of the railroad killer. Okay. Angel resent does criss cross the US by freight train in the eighties and nineties. Choosing his victims at random for his executed. Let's say Texas in two thousand six. That's spooky extremely spooky. I bummed out right now, but here's the twist. Okay. Shamlan style before his death resent us spoke to journalists and host Alexander furred and claimed on tape to have killed as many as forty people more than he was arrested for. No good, very bad. Don't do it. Don't listen. Guess as each episode takes a confession and leads Alex on an investigation to find out the truth. Okay, because here's a double Shamlan. You gotta ask yourself was the railroad killer lying order slowdown, his journey. The execution chamber, even more sensor than anyone could have imagined an unreliable narrator heaters interviews with his only survive in victim. Jeez, that must be a weird club to be part of the psychiatrists do best attorneys who worked on the case to mates currently serving licenses for crimes resent claims. He committed. We've been trying to book them as guests on the show. I'll tell you the her gets. So you visit out podcast who podcast Spotify, fair podcast directory talking..
"manteca" Discussed on Classics for Kids
"As you can hear the music for west side story is very dramatic in nineteen fifty seven. When the show opened Broadway had never seen or heard anything like it, the plot was familiar enough. It's based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet that to fourteenth century Italian teenagers who fall in love, even though their families are at war. But west side story takes place in New York City and the teenagers are caught between warring. Gangs. Tony is a polish American who falls in love with a Puerto Rican girl named Maria. Joss manteca neymar. And suddenly that name will never be the same. The lyrics for west side story whereby young man who went on to write both words and music to his own shows Stephen Sondheim. Okay. By seven ingredient stocks, Florida smoking. Not all of fern Stein's theater music was composed for the Broadway stage in nineteen seventy one. The John f. Kennedy Center for the performing arts opened in Washington, D, C, with a new theatre piece by Leonard Bernstein called mass. Speaking of Washington Bernstein also wrote a musical called sixteen hundred Pennsylvania Avenue. Some incidental music for the play. Peter Pan and two operas that were eventually combined into one trouble into Hiti and a quiet place. Another Bernstein theater piece candied has been revised so many times. No one is exactly sure which version to perform. That's one of the tunes Bernstein put into the overture of candy which is based on a book by the eighteenth century French philosopher Voltaire the candied aria glitter and be gay is sung by cholera. Torah soprano someone who can sing very high and very fast. Leonard Bernstein's candied polls more into the category of an operetta than a musical more about operas next week. I'm Naomi Lewin. I ride classics for kids and produce it with Tim Lander at w. g. UC Cincinnati. Please join me again from more classics for kids.
A New Kind of Musical on Broadway
"As you can hear the music for west side story is very dramatic in nineteen fifty seven. When the show opened Broadway had never seen or heard anything like it, the plot was familiar enough. It's based on Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet that to fourteenth century Italian teenagers who fall in love, even though their families are at war. But west side story takes place in New York City and the teenagers are caught between warring. Gangs. Tony is a polish American who falls in love with a Puerto Rican girl named Maria. Joss manteca neymar. And suddenly that name will never be the same.