21 Burst results for "Mantica"

Indigenous Artist To Artist

All My Relations Podcast

04:34 min | 6 months ago

Indigenous Artist To Artist

"Welcome to all my relations friends. We're super happy to have you here and to see you your faces on zoom and to have you a part of this call today. Today. We're discussing our work as artists are relationship with art the art world we're trying to think of a way to do introductions that felt more kind of. Grounded in the work that we want to talk about Then just having all say like who you are and where you're from, we also wanted to talk about the the reason behind the work that we do as creative as artists, whatever it is. So Mantica and I were talking about this before the call and thinking about like I am a writer and I am podcast her and I am a storyteller in those ways and the reason I do it and the reason I spent so much time thinking about it is because I believe that telling our stories in real and authentic ways matters That can create actual change in the world and the way that people see us and so that's what grounds me in this work in like keeps me going in terms of all of the the daily strife of trying to be a writer via podcast via academic is that I believe in the power of our voices. So if we could have each of you kind of talk about who you are and Thia sort of reason behind the work that you do. Relation. Who Adrian my name is Ryan Red Corn. I'm from the Husk Oklahoma and the oaxacan district and I am osage. I make stuff I make photos, graphic design for folks and myself I make films I. Have now written place co-wrote plays I wrote songs in that play A. Im- now, doing a podcast with you I. D-. I don't think that makes me a podcast but I don't know I just keep making stuff. I've made poems. I'm running out of things that I've made but I just I just make stuff I'm also a dad a made some kids. Maker. Babies I'm bringing our nation back almost singlehanded. I don't know what holly situation is but I know that I've made more children than most of the people on this podcast. And you make a, you make the movies for the fourteen, Ninety one to this I'm probably the funniest one, the other guys they they won't admit that They're they're kind of really jealous. So in case they asked just know that that's what they're probably contest that statement And can you tell us a little about why it is that you make all the makings? You know before? I. Had kids I made the makings because I was pissed off I didn't like the state of the world, and now that I have kids I'm still pissed off about the state of the world but I'm pissed off on their behalf because this is the world they're inheriting. So. Hopefully, the things that I make. they see themselves in. And so maybe it will help to. ground, their self esteem and. Provide them a larger Palette to imagine a world in. Hopefully. They're very clever. Your kids have conned me into getting them candy on on multiple. Yeah. Well. Like like me, they descended from a long line of politicians, salesman and preachers, and so. It makes total sense that they would be able to. Get whatever they wanted from you by virtue of how they do that to every adult besides me in their entire life.

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Whole Family Wellness

All My Relations Podcast

09:25 min | 10 months ago

Whole Family Wellness

"Hello friends and relatives. Welcome back to another episode of All. My relations were so happy. You're here Hello. Good morning good afternoon. Good evening hello hello. We have a really great episode for you today. We're talking with DOS Collins and Chelsea Lugar of the welfare culture initiative. They are two of our friends and colleagues who we have known for a long time in different areas of their life And we recorded this episode of few months ago back when Michigan was still pregnant so it was a really amazing opportunity to talk with them about the work that they do In thinking about wellness from a really kind of holistic perspective and indigenous perspective and how that takes into account we eat how we move our bodies what we think about especially during The time of life that Mantica was en and that Chelsea had been in not long Before her so we were bonus. Double excited 'cause we knew we had this episode coming and a couple of weeks ago in the New York Times. There was an article about food movements in Indian country and it featured Some really beautiful photographs of Fashion Chelsea and their daughter aloe And talked to them a little bit about the work they do. So what we thought. That could be a really great entry point into our conversation. thinking that many people might have encountered. They're work recently in the New York Times but then again I started actually reading the article and the article did what did what we always see. Which is that. It reinforced that poverty porn narrative and framed native people. You know from this perspective that put them in a place of of danger of survival as extinction they think it's essentially another extinction narrative. Almost and so I'd be really interested Adrian and in wondering how you might frame that if you were going to let say bright this article for the New York Times Okay so I am someone in my education research world. I think a lot about what we call deficit framing and it's something that You see a lot in research about quote unquote marginalized communities about native students in particular Where our communities? Our students are whoever we're talking about are always framed as lacking as As needing interventions as needing resources as being just framed is in a deficit Perspective and the difference between a deficit perspective. And then one. That is more in my work. I used the word. Goodness focus or like Asset based is looking at things from a position of strength and what communities already have and what they're bringing to the table and so this article is from the beginning. It's called how native Americans are fighting food crisis and the subtitle is as the corona virus limits access to food many are relying on customs like seed saving and canning that helped their forebears survive hard times so from the start. It's framed as though the corona virus is what is causing a food crisis in Indian country. And because of this moment all of a sudden people are returning to stroll knowledge is in traditional customs quote unquote which is like a word. I hate It's very anthropological. But they go on to The reporter interviews people that are incredible leaders in these areas in their communities. Folks that she actually Got Access to a lot of the names from my friend and colleague Liz Hoover who is an incredible food sovereignty researcher who is not mentioned anywhere in the article but The folks that are profiled in here people that we know their their names through this work. Milo yellow hair in weight loss and Chelsea Rebecca and Stephen Webster in night a Folks in San Carlos like it's just a a list of really incredible leaders but they're all framed as there's a crisis and they are reacting to it rather than if I would have written this article to your question. I very clearly would have framed. This as here is a moment where we are worried about the food supply chain in what is currently known as the United States. And here's a chance for us to look to indigenous communities as leaders in how to take care of one another and how to use and social and traditional knowledge is that have always been there To lead us through this moment and into a future that looks different than what we have now. A better and brighter future around our food and food security because a lot of these communities that are profiled here actually like aren't in a moment of crisis around their food systems they are just shifting their policies and practices to to what people are needing right now. And that's a beautiful model that a lot of communities be learning from like the work that Brian Yazdi is doing in. Minneapolis around feeding Urban elders and community members through traditional foods. That in itself is an amazing story. And instead it's just a little blip in this article about how he didn't have any catering jobs so started volunteering. So I just think the framing of it overall could have really been from this point of strength talking about that. Our communities know how to help one another no. The power of traditional foods know how to work with the land that they live on All of these things that are really important lessons for everyone rather than framing it as some sort of food crisis and yes like we do have food insecurity in Indian country. There's also a lot of amazing lessons that can be learned from the work that these folks have been doing for decades. This isn't something that just popped up in the last few months lifetimes of work that people have been putting in to get us to this point to be able to access those resources and serve our communities in the ways that they need right Like the the ability. I noticed in this article that they talk about some Alaska fishermen and hunters and that these folks are doing this. You know to prepare for crisis. When in fact we know especially I being able to relate to fishing culture that we go fishing and put up food for winter and every springtime. You know it's something that my family has been doing for generations and our communities have been doing generations and it's a part of the intergenerational knowledge that we highly value in our communities. I was taken back when I read the book about Rohan White Because Rohan white is one of those women that Hey I hope we introduce you to on this podcast but B. I think of a Shiro. She's one of my. She's one of the most inspiring women I've ever encountered in all of Indian country. I had the privilege of taking one of her seed saving workshops and I was so moved by her indigenous intelligence her connection to land in her connection to seeds. And how empowering an empowered I felt after spending just one afternoon with her where she gave me seeds and made me feel like it was okay to grow them and how that important and she's been doing this work for a very long time and she started a whole food sovereignty movement along with Liz and others and in this article it talks about her growing heirloom seeds. Which is I think. It's just wrong. Because she doesn't grow heirloom seeds. She grows pre colonized seeds. Oh she she grows ancestral seeds. And you know it also says that she's doing this as a as a response to closed casino revenue which is so silly ruins been doing this empowering people because the people needed and because she was called to do this work and because she's been doing it for a really long time and I don't want to speak for her you know but I just. I'm really disappointed with the way that we are. Continuously framed in massive media and mass media especially in this New York Times article. I really hope that there will come a time that maybe instead you get to write the article nuts an outsider writing it for us.

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"mantica" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

11:06 min | 1 year ago

"mantica" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Came along. He didn't do very well. And of course, bomb hasn't even endorsed him yet. And the media all but ignore that. So here is Joe Biden, and I were today. Cut five go do know the and I think that look I believe that the president is literally next essential threat to America for three reasons. One by hold on hold on, you know, in the next essential threat is. An essential threat. That is a threat. That threatens the very existence of our nation. This is about as demagogic as possibly can get. I mean, that is unhinged. Now I know the main can't spell the word jobs. And I'm sure he can't spell the word existential. But the people who, who write this pablum and put it under his face for him to read. The idea that the president of the United States. Is an excess thankful threat to the United States. And this comes from a man who supported one hundred and fifty billion dollars to Aram. They hate Trump more than they hate the Slama Nazi regime in Tehran. This comes from a man who supported opening diplomatic relations with the Castros. Who slaughtered tens of thousands of his men and women? Castro's not an Accenture threat, his Lama Nazis are not an existential threat. But Donald Trump is an existential threat. Do you believe this? Then he will not be held to account by. Her his outrageous. Statements. He is a blunder and a liar. Go ahead. He is a general threat to our core values. And if you wondered, I want you to listen to the way he talks. Listen to the way, it's like his are coming loose. Core values. Go ahead. Remember what happened in Charlottesville? I never thought I see that happen in my lifetime again. Bali. Of course you do because during bussing in Wilmington, Delaware. You for at least a period of time you're segregationist. Of course you saw that in your time. He slobber all over Robert Byrd, who as we all know as the grand clinical of the clan in West Virginia. So course don't play games with us. We know who you are. Go ahead. People come climbing out of the fields and unfamiliar rocks, carrying torches. Contorted faces. Chantey Mantica sons. I gained Tiba. But this is more of an effort to try and tie Trump to Neo Nazis to clansmen to anti-semites. This is all a propaganda effort. That's what it is. In the democrat party is very good at it. They're very good at projecting their own history. Onto other individuals. Very good at projecting their own history under Republicans. There's absolutely nothing in Donald Trump's background nothing. That gives a hint of racism white supremacy. Neo-nazism anti-semitism, nothing zero. Look at the propaganda effort. Joe Biden can't run on his record. It's fifty years old, and what is it? Exactly. Wrong ninety eight percent of the time. That's record. Go ahead. Antisemitic bile, chanted your friend, Germany, thirty semi Saqlain. No, no, no, no, no, no. You must be confusing him with the New York Times. Cartoons. Notice. He's never spoken out against Omar. Talib or a oh, c or Ellison or fair con. Sharpton notice. He's never done that. The anti semitism, full-throated within his own party, notice, he's never done that, and he's not going to do it. It's better to pretend the Donald Trump has some kind of an association. With these kinds of slime balls when he has none. Go ahead. Karen, Karen Nasi fly company by white supremacists. The company by the klu, Klux Klan and confronted by it's not the klu Klux Klan clueless. It's the Ku Klux Klan. Ku Klux Klan. The democrat party officials should be familiar with the Ku Klux Klan. Since it was given birth by the democrat party and the confederacy. And since it had a major all in its conventions right up to and through nineteen twenty four during the Klanbake. In New York City. So it's cool Klux Klan, you idiot. Go ahead, not in my city, and what happened when he was asked to comment. He said, quote, the Riveria, fine people in both groups now. We listen folks, we spent a lot of time on this and for reasons quite obvious. And really outrageous the media, and the democrat party, one in the same keep pushing this lie the big lie. That what Trump meant by. That was good people in the clan and Neo Nazis. That's not what he meant. That's not what he said. The entire context is ripped away. I've spent a lot of time on this on the radio, many months. The president was on this program. I specifically asked about it again. They insist on putting words in his mouth. They insist on spinning. They don't want to run against Donald Trump. They want to run against a character that they're trying to create. That's what all this impeachment crap is about. That's what all this Russia collusion crap is about us criminal Justice system. The us congressional system, they'll use the media, the media will use them. They're using every force that they have. To try and create something manufacture something to take back power, because that's what they're all a back. It's not about following the money. It's about power, power and more. Power. Go ahead. President United States democrat or Republican has ever ever ever said something like that. What I'm talking about, you idiot. What are you talking about? Maybe you're unfamiliar with Woodrow Wilson? Was a racist in a segregationist. Which were Wilson. Took the civil service and the military that had been. Integrated and reset GRA gated them. You don't even know this. This guy doesn't even know the history of his own party. He doesn't even know the history of the progressive movement. What is he talking about what Rolston was an out of the closet? Racist segregationist. There's simply no question about that. And anti-semitism ran rampant in Franklin Roosevelt's administration while he was tapping down attention to the holocaust and the media follow right behind him. Ran rampant, and it was Franklin Roosevelt who separated Japanese Americans and Americans of Japanese descent, from the population issued a military order. I think it was nine zero three. It's up top of my head and had the military forcibly remove. The Japanese in this country into internment camps. In the interior of the country, does not know his own history. Go ahead. And it was a response heard round the world. No. It was propaganda pushed around the world. Propaganda pushed around the world by the likes of you and your party. That is the media, go ahead. Instead of repairing the relationship with our allies. He's continued to damage them. Really, why don't you ask Israel, what they thought of Obama, Biden versus what they think of Trump Pence? Which allies are you talking about? Our closest allies are thrilled that you and Obama, we're going thrilled. As the eastern European countries. The Hungarians the polls, the Czech Republic, ask them what they thought about you, and Obama. Ask the Ukrainians what they thought about you and Obama versus Trump and Pence, ask them. You liar about our allies. Hundred and fifty billion dollars to Iran that our ally. You say Syria? You better stop gassing your own people. Here's a red line, and they're gassing their own people, and you do nothing that analysis. I don't think so. Go ahead. Think about this. No president has ever ever ever since the end of World War Two we built that Atlantic alliance and NATO ever threaten to leave NATO never built NATO more money now is being put in the NATO by NATO member countries than ever before. It's just that Joe, you're too stupid understand what he was doing. Too stupid understand what he was doing. You are the guys undermining Europe undermining particular eastern Europe. You are the guy who slashed the United States military, which undermines NATO to you are the guys who rejected. Cost stop with your Iran deal. You're the guys who undermine the state of is Ryan go on and on, and I show, we'll be right back. Mark levin..

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"mantica" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KQED Radio

"President Trump at the White House today, David green talks to former State Department official Michelle Dunn who explains what is at stake. That's coming up in the next few minutes. First it's traffic with Joe relatively low drama and the biggest crash we had all night and all morning was in the Mantica area south on five one twenty. But that's all clear traffic is picked up. Steam, the second train of the day is running about eighteen minutes late as it headed out of Stockton, the latest crash offender vendor. Westbound eighty Richmond Parkway, but it's over to the side, and it's much worse than it was at stop and go from Panova the bay bridge toll plaza, Joe McConnell for Katie. And Joe's report brought to you by wingstop support for K Q E D comes from Sheppard Mullin global law firm with eight hundred fifty lawyers and Lynn corporate and technology matters key litigation and complex financial transactions for coming. In the bay area and beyond Sheppard Mohan. We put clients first the state of California, offering two point one billion dollars of bonds on April tenth helping the state built roads. Parks and schools. More information available at by California bonds dot com on the next rush air congress in the Trump era, we talk with Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer who co right politicos newsletter. Playbook and of written a new book called the hill to die on the battle for congress and the future of Trump's America. Join us. Fresh air is coming up this afternoon at one o'clock in a rebroadcast at seven next time on the world Casimir Polaski, the polish general helped America win a war with Britain skeleton, looks very female his bones have been zoomed analyzed. And they tell a new story. Intersex people who've been largely erased from any kind of history. This is the presence of at least one a new legacy for a legendary war hero on the world. The world this afternoon at two and we'll follow it up at three with PBS news hour. I'm Judy Woodruff on the next NewsHour wherein Israel as voters decide prime minister Netanyahu's future. That's Tuesday on the PBS news hour. Support for NPR comes from the Howard Hughes Medical institute believing in the power of scientists to make basic science discoveries that changed the world..

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"mantica" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Eighteen point seven kiss filled up to Dante listening in Laurie as well as Ashley job right now on the five at itself to San Diego. Thank you for listening in. It is Frankie Bhagat latest is called swan song kiss FM. Always. I when you music. Nothing. Point of doing nothing. Falsely claiming. But. Watching the flake. As swan song on kiss FM Christina's is. So would you want to shut out my boyfriend Julio? It's about three year. Congratulations on making a three years. Frankie be hang. And here's what I got coming your way Mantica seen at Disneyland. It's a four-pack yours right around six thirty recommend hanging. Khalid and Sam Smith his latest with nor money coming up next FM wants to send you to the happiest place on earth. Where you consume along Pixar peer in the credit coast, meet up with some famous superheroes..

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"mantica" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Page. Now, we've got proof of that. Yeah. We got proof of that. Story. But I've been seeing this all morning long. United Airlines to provide passengers with Stroup waffles. Once again, are you familiar with a strip awful. The much Stroup awful. So let's say waffle like Dutch treat, I yeah. I've seen us like basically, a cookie, isn't it? I think there is some sort of filling. Yeah. A waffle like Dutch. Treat returning to their United Airlines says they'll serve the cookie a favorite snack to pair with coffee or tea starting in two thousand nine hundred. Okay, finally ally like coming from United. Back in June, the airline replaced, the Stroup waffles with maple wafers maple wafers customers can played I want my show, Paul OSH. How was your flight? It was it was all right. But they didn't have my Stroup waffle. So everything else about the flight was flawless except for the lack of Stroup waffles. Okay. Jamaica New Year's resolution folks, what was your New Year's resolution? You know, what I want? Here's what I want. Seven twelve I want I want people to call in with New Year's resolution loosens that they kept. It was like I've made this one last year. I made this one ten years ago. You can't say it's from twenty nineteen because we're only a couple of days into it. Okay. Don't tell me what you just made because the latest researches by the twelfth. It's over you're done. You're going back to your old wave failed. Yeah. That's it. Take you two weeks to screw. What is the most common? It's gotta be weight weight loss or start exercising which is weight loss dietary change, probably stop drinking soda or whatever. I haven't drank all year. I'm not drinking. Yeah. Not drinking alcohol right until the twelfth. I wanna. And I'm going to have a fifth on the twelve four and five eight zero eight fifty six hundred I wanna hear New Year's resolution that you kept kept. And then my New Year's resolution. It's been it's been made. I just need to know how to do this. I'm gonna start giving out medals this year. Now, I don't know if it's going to be a gold stick on star. Or are there? Gold little like stick on little metals. There's like the gold star. I see a gold star sticker. Okay. Would that be good enough? I just randomly. I'm going up to people. You know, what you allowed that person to cut in line in front of you because they look like they were having a bad day. You'll get a gold star, buddy. I'll go to the gym. And I'll see that the person who's trying so hard that treadmill? Hey, you know, what keep going? Here's a Goldstar. It'd be the gold star guy. I like it. That's what I wanna do. I'm just trying. It's you'd be shocked at how difficult it is to find a nice Goldstar sticker because nobody's I've been searching. Nice anymore. They're all mean, people our surrounded by jerks. It's just a jerk fest. She's idiots out there. Gosh, I did. Actually, I have kept one New Year's resolution that was not watching the NFL last year. And I pulled that off you did it. I did not watch one football game last year. Will you watch during the play offs or I mean? For last year. Right. Two thousand eighteen. Yeah. No, I'd probably not I didn't not by design. But I guess it was by design. I didn't watch when bowl game this year. There you go. I didn't pay attention to the news or nothing when I was gone good. That's right. You went through the drudge for the first time two weeks. Mantica Andy Mantica good morning happy new year. So you kept the resolution. How's it going? If going great, I'll tell you what I know every year make a resolution. I gotta tell you. I never kept. But only one okay. They want him my whole life. Right. And it was in nineteen ninety and I quit smoking. Thank god. Nice. Nineteen ninety man. Many years decades now. Exactly, right. Why they pass a law? You couldn't smoke in an office. I think in nineteen eighty nine or ninety about that. And that when when I changed I can't can't do my job. So I quit. There you go. You did infect and you'll get a gold.

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"mantica" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Liberal way. Is on the radio. Could be wrong about this. Because it's hard for me to get into the mind of a leftist. Because it's so tight in there. You know, Mr. producer. More bone than tissue. But nonetheless. Why would the Democrats in the house one peach Trump? When they know that that he would not be removed by the Senate. To dirty him up, right? I'm not saying they won't try. But at the more Machiavellian among them. Are able to control the mob. That is the democrat majority soon in the house. They're going to say, no just hang that threat over his head and just keep beating beating beating the guy up. So we can defeat him for reelection doesn't that make more sense to you, Mr. producer? I think it does because they know. I think that there's a sleeping giant out there. And while they're side is all revved up through race baiting in combating sex, baiting, whatever bathing. Our side that is not their side. I'd say as quasi revved up. As shown in the midterm elections. So I actually believe that much like the cabin all matter if they go through the impeachment process based on this crap. They may get their base all excited. But I also think they're going to do significant damage, and I think, and I could be wrong that Pelosi gets that even though she can't speak anymore. Her loosening dentures and all the rest. Because to me, politically, it's more in their interest to use whatever report. The Soviet prosecuted comes up with. That's what I'm gonna call them for now. And the prosecutor Muller comes up with digest keep using it for hearings and beating him over the head and so forth. And so on. Rather than? Bang their heads against the law. I could be wrong. It's not a prediction. I just been thinking this out. Just trying to figure out what they may. Or may not do John Mantica California's Sirius satellite. Go right ahead. Yes, sir. You're the bastard, and I was just looking for your opinion on two thoughts. One is if the information for the FIS a warrant is believed to be manufactured or falsified anything downstream beat fruit of the poisonous tree. And to those agents in our let's stop let's stop one second this phrase fruit from poisonous tree comes out of a supreme court case. The Miranda case. If you don't read a suspect.

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"mantica" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

News Talk KOKC 1520

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520

"That's David van camp Tucker Carlson. Holy smokes. Mantica? Oh, sorry and Topher. No antifa. Antifa. Outside his house. It's got kids knocking on the door ringing the doorbell chanting. We know where you live. It's creepy, man. We'll get to that in the next fifteen minutes. This a crazy story out of Kansas City. Yeah. So Kansas City, Missouri. This landlord was trying to evict a tenant going through the house goes out back to the well the hot tub and finds a one hundred fifty pound alligator in the hot tub. Of course, they had to bring in a specialist to remove the alligator. 'cause I'm not doing it. Right. I don't know. How to do it? I'm gonna die if I tried to do this. Yeah. I thought my gig was tough enough already. I didn't know it'd be. Facing this in Kansas City. So the tenant, Sean Casey was asked about it said. Yeah, I've on this alligator four years I named at catfish. I don't know why. That's a weird pet peeve of mine. But when people name animals after other animals, like people will name a dog bear that just bothers me for some reason. I don't know why. Okay. Right. I used to have a cat named tiger. Go ahead pylon by at least that somewhat makes sense because it's in the same general species. Looks like a tiger. It's right. It's not you're not naming it after a completely separate. I mean, totally different animal like if you named it while if you named it dog. That would be stupid. Okay. Anyway, the one hundred fifty pound you just don't want to say that it era Tate's. Okay. Go ahead. The one hundred fifty pound alligator named catfish was apparently gentle as a puppy. He was a big cuddly lizard is what the tenant, Sean, Casey said. Isn't that? What happens? I think what happened here is that Sean Casey has no idea what animals are. He has an alligator named catfish that he says is like a puppy. You can also just by puppy possible. Yeah. But you're not going to get a whole lot of street cred with your buds through he also had he also to boa constrictors. And a rabbit. See that's one of those. I'm not gonna hear this today. Don't do it Craig. Nobody else. Don't do it. All right. Go ahead. My hand. I like what the Associated Press says spokesman for the neighborhood and housing services department says Kansas City does not allow homeowners to have alligators. So catfish is going to be housed at rescue sanctuary in Greenwood not far from Kansas City, the snakes and rabbit were taken to an animal shelter. No one was hurt. And those neighborhood associations always trying to kill your fun. Awful. Sports update. I didn't.

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"mantica" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tape. Rever life takes you Bota box unbottle adventure Bota box vineyards, Mantica, California. And we're going to have we having him on the bench. It was gonna pay off. You know, you gotta keep a righty peers plane, Ian was playing so keeping him in the in the dugout, you know, in the lineup was gonna probably give us a chance to. To win the game. And you work out. He he was prepared. He was an upset. Actually, he wasn't playing. I be ready, man. You might have big about tonight and do your thing. And he did what did you take out a Christmas? Start those good stuff to good job taking pitches and follow pitches. Stuff wise, probably the best in the postseason, and it feels really good. No problems with the belly button. That does a plus. It'll be okay. For next one go, Alex Cora. Good sense of humor there with Chris sale and pitched in nine days when four plus seven strikeouts. As the Red Sox win eight to four that seventh-inning pinch. Hit home run. Buster was the fourth pinch it World Series home run in Red Sox history. The most famous to people remember Bernie carbo twice in the nineteen seventy five World Series. You may not remember Bobby Kilty did it in two thousand seven and what I had no idea that I just saw the last World Series game. One pinch hit home run before tonight. Kirk Gibson dodgers thirty years ago today in that epic dodgers World Series win trying to get their first World Series, titled since what's your takeaway from this game. One buster. While the Red Sox dominance manifested itself again that Alex score continues to be red hot. And it does feel like it. And I did the last forty eight hours had a lot of conversations with Astros and Yankees people and they walked away with so much respect for the great approach of the Boston lineup. And they talked about the depth of the Boston lineup. Alex made reference to the strong approach that they have at the plate and that paid off again tonight in somehow the dodgers are going to have to try to reverse that as we move forward. This team is playing so well, it's going to be challenged for LA marquess with BUSTER only the baseball tonight postgame show in the twenty eighteen World Series on ESPN radio has been presented by auto zone. Autozone. Has everything to get you. What you need get in the zone. Autozone. Buster let's fast forward to game two tomorrow night here on ESPN radio at seven eastern. It'll be David price with a one zero series lead against Hungary in Rio let's start with David price who. Before today's game memory came up finally with his first postseason win as a starter talked about how James shields helped him develop his changeup. James shields is how developed pitch, you know, just being with him early on in my career and the change that you know, he is possessed over the course of his career in for him to take me in the way that he did and to play catch with me every day in unless him ri- were starting that game and just being able to work on it every day with him. You know, one of the guys that had one of the best changeups in all of baseball to work with me on every single day. That was huge much more relaxed sounding David price today. He had told you after the Red Sox won the AL CS that he found something in the bullpen. What was that? You're exactly right. And your read on him. I think a lot of it is the fact that once the he pitched in a game that his team wanted the postseason that took a lot of pressure off. And he made reference to that today that it feels like the weight is off. And then he throws at great game against the Astros. It was in his delivery. Now, the Red Sox person, I talked to wouldn't be specific as you heard price after that game saying I gotta keep some of my secrets, but to see his velocity ramp up the way that it did from ninety two ninety three to touching ninety six miles per hour. Even when he was pitching against the Astros. That tells you that he felt something that he worked on something that he was much more effective and the extra velocity. And his fastball really helped that change which was such a devastating weapon against the Astros. Be price against hundred is gonna come up a big start. He's been much better at home than on the road and reuse spoke with reporters today looking back at it. If I actually..

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"mantica" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on WRVA

"Liberal elites crazy with a dose of common sense. Mike. Mark Levin show. these rolling mobs mobs of leftists. Go after Trump cabinet secretaries who go after other conservative politicians, and they have gone after Ted Cruz, and I went the people Texas to know this. And it looked like that he was accosted. In fact, one miscreant went nose to nose with Ted Cruz. I can remember being part of the tea party in two twenty ten and we had huge huge rallies. Nobody nobody got physical. There was no violence. We didn't start tracking down members of congress. I remember folks went into congress into the hallways. And when we're spec for going in the the offices, and so when they were trashed for this attacked for it. But look at the left for Mantica black lives matter to these miscreants who were tracking down members of congress senators. Ted Cruz and his wife Heidi. Almost violently a cost of last night in a restaurant sounded like this. Go ahead..

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Max Harris, Union City Police and Derek discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:13 min | 2 years ago

Max Harris, Union City Police and Derek discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"The son of a bay area police chief Faced a judge yesterday to answer to charges of assaulting, an elderly Sikh man in Mantica KPI ex. Reporter Maria Medina was there and there was a. Noticeable absence in the courtroom the son of the union city police chief is accused of the assault against an elderly sick. Man caught on camera today this. Was the eighteen year old suspect flipping off TV news, cameras. Minutes before he stood in front of a judge in San Joaquin county with serious and could not believe what happened and you know what it. Could have happened to anybody. In our community Gary seeing a family friend of the victim as well as a Mantica. City council member joined the family today in import he says the, seventy one year old victim is healing from

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California police chief's son due in court over beating of Sikh man

24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

California police chief's son due in court over beating of Sikh man

"Sometimes a story just makes. You shake your head we are witnessing one of those today. It involves the police chief in union City. California and his son on Tuesday. The police chief Darryl McAllister was. Informed by members, of his. Cities seek community of a vicious attack on a Sikh. Resident in the city of Mantica around sixty miles away the chief expressed his concern the next day the chief gotta call from Mantica police the suspect, in the case, was his. Eighteen year old son the chief? Helped Mantica police track his sundown the sun is now? In jail the. Chief says he is

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"mantica" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Thefts from local apple Stolz most recent in Santa Clarita fifteen laptops were taken offices will add into the central valley where the suspects got away that vehicle. Described, as a white Lexus now this all comes after a series of similar thefts including one last month at the apple store and fresno's, fashioned fame all police Lieutenant rob with all the witnesses were very clear that all these subjects were very aggressive and it was sort of a takeover style type that anyone with information Ken call it into valley, crime, stoppers, the number four nine eight stop and arrest announced after a Sikh man. Attacked in the central valley the seventy one year old victim was walking along a park in Mantica on Monday when two men attacked surveillance video showed one of the suspects kicking. The victim to the ground Mantica Police. Say the man didn't speak English and couldn't tell officers what the. Men said. Or wanted it was one of two assaults in two weeks on, men wearing turbans now the eighteen year, old son of the union city. Police chief has been arrested Tyrone McAllister and a sixteen year old were taken into custody on Monday by Mantica police chief Darryl McAllister said in a statement. That, he is devastated by how much the nature of his son's actions are such a departure from everything he has stood, for in his, personal life and thirty seven year career of compassionate engaging police work Liz Curran KM j. news new US DA report says small most farmers a losing money according to that USDA report of the nearly two million, households, running, a farm in the US a little more than half of those owners. Lose money on the operation Daniel Prager used a economists says smaller farms more likely to lose money he knows larger farms typically do a better job generating their own opportunities for growth An income despite all, of that farming remains alive for many looking at traditional measures.

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"mantica" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Napa it's eighty four and Santa Rosa Oakland checks in seventy Sixty three in San Francisco seventy five in Hayward and eighty three. In San Jose we have traffic and weather together on the eighths on all. These, one zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS KCBS news time to twenty one. Some progress for crews battling the Ferguson, fire is the blazes now thirteen percent contained the fire, did move closer to. Yosemite national park over the weekend and continues to put up quite a bit of, smoke in the region we're going to get the latest now, we are going to turn to the, KCBS ring central Newsline and speak with Scott Gettleman, with Yosemite national park Scott that the fire was kind of, creeping closer to you. Guys yesterday and last night some anxious moments for you Yes they were however fire, activity isn't huge today so we're we're doing. Fine give us the smoke reports guy well it's it's. Fluctuates throughout the day. With the, inversion we had a lot of smoke, here in your seventy valley, and around it's interesting because literally changes hour by hour. I'm based right here on your seventy valley it was actually blue sky this morning, and the inversion kind of came in about an hour ago so it just it just. Fluctuates throughout the day both visibility and. Air quality and things are changing Scott you have emphasized last week that the report that the park has stayed open the lodges are open the campgrounds are open. But I know you have had some. Cancellations that is correct basically seventy national park remains open but we're certainly I'm being realistic and transparent, and at, this point we're starting to up curtail services we're doing shorter hours for example at the, visitor centers in the restaurant The health and safety of our employees. Is hugely important as for the visitors and. So we're keeping operations going but we're having. To curtail some hours some of the, outdoor activities clearly are being offered and we're literally getting to. The point that we just want people to know, the the park does remain open but it may. Not. Be a bad idea to start thinking about alternative plan before we move forward, you mentioned some activities. Might not be available, what would those be well things like the. Open air tram. Tours, that we do with the, concession or those kind of things are not. Being offered at this time when the smoke is bad. Bike bicycle rental some. Of the, longer hikes with Rangers things like that So right now you couldn't go on. Bicycle in the valley. It's just again it's changing day by day we're trying to be flexible and so this. Morning, for example one of his Claire the concessionaires renting bikes and and now. They're not with the air coming in. So we understand we're just trying to find that balance we've got visitors from all over the world and people are coming here so. People are still enjoying their visits, and so we certainly don't want to. And can't just stop everything but at the same time we have to be very concerned about the health of the both parking -ployees visitors in Scott in terms, of getting into the park and my correct that the. L. Portel entrance is. Still closed that would, be the one forty entrance that's correct the. Highway one forty entrance? For, America's remains closed has been closed since the beginning of the fire however highway one twenty coming in front of Mantica Mantica oakdale is remains open toga pass remains open, and, highway forty, one from the south remains open for folks who say I'm supposed to go they're gonna couple of. Days or next, weekend how do I get. The latest info of what's. Going on at the, park what, would you tell them, I would, say the best thing is to look at the park website WWW. Dot NPS dot gov slash y. o. s. e. we're. Putting the latest conditions on our website and we're working with all of. Our partners Cal fire the US force, service no for the weather and smoke advisories until the Ferguson fire. Updates have been great and we're working very closely with the team and they're updating social media so information is definitely out there and what people really need as I've said a few times people really need to consider is. That things are changing it's interesting because. Although the the the..

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"mantica" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KGO 810

"Eight ten ken mantica can you're on keijo a ten hi i'm i think in support of what you're saying because i'm a i'm a democrat but i'm not an extreme polarized democrat in that i am not against the republican party on against donald trump and i think the specific issue about not serving sarah could beat the restaurant was incorrect way to handle it because in my opinion being a little more about it the trump administration people that work for him are doing their jobs their line they know they're line is being paid to lie and the fact that most corporations at work the same way i don't think she personally should be penalized for doing her job even though i cannot stand donald trump i think is a liar and everything he supports stands for is a lie i don't think the people that worked for him support him they don't have a an increasing role i mean she has no power she just says what she's still to say so i don't think she should be penalized personally and i'll be served at a restaurant because she's doing her job now she had a a strong position was one of his key advisors and was promoted and pushing like jeff sessions or something policies are ryan yeah i would feel that it was appropriate to say get out of my restaurant don't serve me but i feel in this situation and she was doing her job and she knows she's lying so i hope that helps at least that's my position yeah i appreciate you taking the time to explain that call in and i do i think it's important to hear your view on that one can so thanks for the call four one five eight hundred.

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"mantica" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Yeah see we need to adopt something like that here because the fact that we have a roadway i think that was the five eighty westbound at eden canyon right now the entire freeway of shut down and they say it's going to be that way for about an hour which is completely uncalled for and i think i love that idea just get everything the hell off the road please yeah that's exactly why now oh oh no you student commute community is just of the workday nobile no big deal on the foul just to get a vehicle off the road that's total competence oh unbelievable i understand how to get a big rig off the road push that thing off these people go because this is this is dangerous yeah they're they're they're really basically what they're big struggle is this morning they wanted to upright the little big rig before they moved it out of the roadway which i mean i in my brain i like your idea just move that thing flip back over it who cares the thing is sitting there and people are in traffic they were getting in which i of didn't expect that but people are going to get they're going to get agitated like i'm getting you're going to create hazards are placing people's lives and their strategy in jeopardy because they get that stupid vehicle off the road so people can go to work i'm going to be at least an hour and a half late today because whoever's responsible for doing this and you you're talking about this you know like six o'clock this morning it happened before six david mantica don't get aggravate let's say don't get any more aggravated what will be in the car with you perfect david mantica make it a great point steve moore up next you've reached the high fashion hotline hi my husband's the best dad but not always the best rice data i wish you.

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"mantica" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Come check out the new collection of lakeside homes now selling it oakwood shores in mantica player to watch well let's go with someone we haven't been watching for the past few games andrei etc who is expected to play tonight so we'll see how luck andre keeps himself in great shape there's no doubt about that i mean he's one of those guys that looks like when he was a baby they painted his skin on because you can see every sinew in that guy's muscles i mean it's guys you're talking about banning shape is always in great shape but it's hard to get dropped back into the playoffs after missing games because you know what that's the highest level of competition and the competition is fierce and you gotta be on top of everything you're doing out there or you're going to get exposed me we're talking about the best teams in basketball the best players in basketball the highest level of competition in basketball so whether you're in shape or not he will be but it's still it's like getting dropped into a blender now it's not i just made that up i don't even know what that means what that feel like getting dropped into a blender that probably wouldn't be really good what a drop into a big ass blender add probably be bizarre come up with a better analogy for and if i do i'll pass it law it's about the deep end will use the old the i tried to save the deep end analogy but he could go out there and scuffle little bit and when he when he is out there they're going to try and make him shoot the ball they're going to try and target him on offense and keep the ball away from everybody else and let andrea shoot shots much like i think the warriors one jeff green to shoot as many perimeter shots as he can take the same is true for andre for the cavaliers you don't mind undertaking a whole bunch of shots in fact you would you happily give him a bunch of shots now andres too smart to fall for that a lot of it is his catch i'll pass it along ago set a screen without drive to the hoop now shoot a.

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"mantica" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Park sergeant brian cleveland says drug use loitering and transients are pretty much par for the course here i'd say it's been a concern for a while and it's an area that our deputies are no about in routinely visit just contact people down here but it's rare for one of those contacts to turn violent in santa cruz matt bigler kcbs a suspect in a fatal crash in fremont earlier this week is set to be released from jail be alameda county district attorney's office says the investigation into the case is still going on so it needs more time before filing charges the suspect identified as twenty one year old dang tram has already been held for seventy two hours so he will be released until any charges are filed trans suspected of driving under the influence of marijuana in connection with the accident near the stevenson boulevard exit on northbound eighty that was tuesday evening three mantica residents were killed in the collision chp officials say the train was speeding and driving recklessly before the crash just ahead on kcbs details on a plan to ease congestion on highway one a one speaking of traffic congestion let's check things out right now that friday getaway cheryl rains and you've got the latest from your local honda dealers traffic center yeah wonder what i'd say it slow from marin all the way into morgan hill i mean we have to slowing all along there especially in san rafael unusually heavy southbound one saint vincent's out to north san pedro little slowing northbound one around north san pedro bertrand bridge looks good north one zero one is going to be heavy on north of the richardson bay bridge i'm gonna put it out to lucky drive very heavy to the golden gate still southbound despite having three lanes in each direction your northbound backups are just nightmarish making your way northbound park presidio it's backed up into golden gate park the east shores no picnic with our kcbs donna considered still very heavy coming off the lower deck of the bay bridge eastbound eighty stop and go right about the bay bridge toll plaza heavy around the berkley curve out towards gilman street than more slowing central avenue all the way into panel plus there's.

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"mantica" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"No never lifetime with he's not going to sneeze on are on our food right no now you never have to where you can you could actually complain about your order and not have to worry about flippy spitting in the paddy well if you will ever few service to anyone now if anybody else could help us with flippy for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred four one five eight zero 856 that are what are we forgetting about flippy they say it's not a fun job it's hottest greasy its dirty that's what we've flippy i'll we'll also not complaining about that either no flippy just glad to be flipping flip flip because okay sixty thousand bucks sixty thousand bucks you're going to start seeing flippy show up everywhere because there's usually you go about you know when i drive by the out because you can see into their kitchen i see that one guy by the grill okay mm he's doing this thing is their flippy he's their flippy but he's gotta be he's got an interesting task because he's doing cheat burgers cheeseburgers he's adding stuff you know that's i can flippy do all that can flippy be that diversified we're gonna we're gonna need a couple of flippy is i think we're very grateful if he's going to need more arms the oil that's okay for sixty thousand bucks just here's another flippy are you got to doing other arm flip he could have three three arms perfect the three armed flippy a you're onto something chairs david mantica david mantica you're on ksfo thanks for being with us this morning in order today i'm working at a lot of resources it a lot of different companies and i'll use amazon is a good example because there have been no so they are really watch all over the place uh my brother works at a factory robots all over the place um ups conveyor belts all over the place are currently working a laundry factory and they're totally automating everything and that's the way um jail where vis where he jus skyrocketing and then just you'll be able to make a profit there everything yeah makes sense i mean that's just business finds ways to reduce costs and this will be the next way as if the politicians want higher minimum wage business is ready to pounce in my gosh all the.

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"mantica" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KGO 810

"You know i don't like this idea of saying that were full and that there is no more room at the end so to speak but you know a you know i mention the our studio here in san francisco located on batteries for you were at broadway battery and eat it just in internal it i i keep focusing on the traffic because traffic is a major quality of life thing and when you look at all of these these polls that you see of people who say that they're leaving the bay area you know people who say that they're moving in their leaving the bay area or you know the poll that you see the pull the cannot recently that you have all these people who are looking to relocate and get out of the bay area with the next couple of years the number one thing that they tell you believe it or not the rents usually number two the number one they'll tell you was traffic and we're here broadway battery and i've i've mentioned before you know a i hate the days that i have to drive it because you know usually i try to take part in because it can literally take me on a friday they they can literally take me an hour and a half to go one mile of battery street to the lower debt one mile it's take me an hour and a half some fries it it it you know to get out of the place and traffic years becoming more and more like la so that you know that that is a a concern however if you're not going to build a housing here it seems to me that you've got to think about your proxy put more traffic on the roads because if people at the live outside they're gonna live in stockton or they got to live in mantica guy live someplace else the near commuting here's what has another car on a road android zurich one zero is the phone number so do you think that it's okay is forest housing is concerned to say we're not gonna build anymore we're full and if you're in favor of building more housing you know to.

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"mantica" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mantica" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Fema that's a smartphone for your home in business what's up in the business world today wall street futures are unchanged this morning so we'll have to wait and see how the market start off here in a few minutes benchmark us crude oil rising beyond forty five dollars a barrel some analysts are thinking it could be ready to go much higher and us consumer spending edged up just the point one percent in may despite point four percent of a rise in income security researchers say a cyber attack that caused indiscriminate economic damage around the world was apparently designed to create problems in the ukraine though microsoft said the mao where hit at least sixty four countries including russia germany and the united states infra jason middleton i'm kim mcallister and time now for a can't be our traffic check out the roadways doing from a chilton auto body traffic desk overall pretty light but there are some slowdowns heading in from the central valley first of all and mantica on the westbound 120 connector to southbound five a car off the roadway sodas correcting some attention backed up towards airport way also it looks like we might have some overnight road work still in place on westbound five eighty writers your approach to will fly in tracy it is really slow backing up towards mounted house trying to make that transition northbound what a what before montague expressway watch out for a crash on the right shoulder if you're heading towards the bay bridge westbound on the eighty transition from northbound eighty a bigrig wrecked causing a delay there but to so for your only backed up to eighty at the bay bridge visit america's tire this friday and saturday for up to three hundred twenty dollars in visa prepaid cards when you buy select packages with america's tire credit america's tire america's neighborhood tire store and be your.

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