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"manzanilla" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And traumatizing an entire community Anna hard time with the word survivor for a while When there is shootings politicians offer their thoughts and prayers I want to tell you something We don't need your thoughts And we don't need your prayers Heavily armed men in Mexico have stolen 20 containers loaded with gold silver zinc and television sets from the country's busiest port The authorities say this was the biggest robbery in the history of the port of manzanilla on Mexico's Pacific Coast Leonardo Russia reports Witnesses say the criminals arrived just past midnight driving several trucks tractor units and cranes which were used to remove the containers They took control of a particular area of the port where the car was in worked for hours without raising suspicion The operation finished at daybreak in most people on the sidewalk unaware that the robbery was underway prosecutors in Mexico's western state of kolima say there's no trace of the gang or the valuable cargo they stole The governor of Luhansk province in the east of Ukraine says Russian shelling of the azote chemical plant in the city of severo Donetsk has caused a powerful fire to break out is not clear if the fire has been put out Hundreds of civilians are sheltering in the plant A correspondent Joe inward is in Kyiv It seems the heavy fighting is continuing in several nets street fighting street by street the Russians pushing forward we understand the Ukrainians are still resisting but they're being pushed back into a smaller pocket of the city The Russians are employing their usual tactic we understand a very heavy artillery barrages pounding the Ukrainian positions making life very difficult and inflicting heavy casualties We hear reports of 100 to 200 men a day losing their life for the Ukrainians in the Donbass A U.S. district judge in Las Vegas has dismissed a rape lawsuit against the international football star christiano Ronaldo after accusing the complainant's attorney of using leaked and stolen documents Catherine mayorga claims the Portuguese footballer assaulted her in Las Vegas in 2009 but judge Jennifer Dorsey threw the case out Ronaldo denies the accusations made against him Listening to the latest world news from the BBC And in the WNYC newsroom I'm Tiffany Hansen as you've been hearing March for our lives protests have been happening across the country today alongside the hundreds of children who walked across the Brooklyn Bridge today were scores of parents demanding action against gun violence dean mortera of queens was a first time protester who showed up with his family including his 8 year old son more Terra said he wanted to show his kids what he was doing and in the wake of the school shooting and Yuval di I was literally shocked probably skipped a heartbeat.
"manzanilla" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Well, he's pretty unconventional too. It's our senior correspondent Fernando Augusta Fischer who's here in the studio with me. That was a clip from the much anticipated House of Gucci. I presume you've seen it. I've seen it on Friday, one thing I can tell you Georgina, the trailer is fantastic. The film, you know, mixed opinions. I wouldn't say it's a disaster. There are some clearly some excellent moments, but I think I had very high expectations about it. What fell down? Well, I think I wanted more camp more glamour. I wanted everything more. I think Lady Gaga did an excellent job as patrizia journey. You know, I have no criticism at all against it, but I think the film is quite long, two hours and 40 minutes. And there's some parts there are boring and a film with the title House of Gucci should never be boring. So that's my criticism. I didn't mind actually the exaggerated Italian accents. I thought it was quite fun. But nevertheless, the numbers were excellent. Yes, and, you know, it's important to have a film like House of Gucci doing well at the box office because I think in the last I can say decade or even two decades, the only films doing very well, the box office were superhero films or franchises. Where are the dramas in the 90s drama could do very well, as well as a marvel film. And I think the power of Lady Gaga's well, I think it does help. I mean, $21.8 million and as you say, even in the middle, we're still in the pandemic. That's very good numbers. Last time a drama did as well in the first weekend was little women in 2009, and even here in the united it was not only the United States, I think, you know, in France, Spain, the United Kingdom was also the number one film. You know, there are some level of entertainment. And again, Georgina one thing I was reading, a lot of women actually went to the cinema to see that. And I think sometimes the Hollywood producers, you know, they still think, oh, this film did well, of course. You know, this market is a very important one and older adults as well, because sometimes those producers think only teenage boys go to the cinema, which is a lie and they should know that by now. Absolutely this demographic we have more money and we have more leisure time. Exactly. Exactly. Maybe, you know, you know, we should have more films like this. But of course now we have a new variant, and it looks like going back to the cinema might be a problem. However, there's no shortage of drama, particularly if you're Adele when is she going to stop singing about her divorce? So Adele's new album is out. The numbers are very impressive there to fill us in with that. Well, I mean, Adele, she's the blockbuster of music. I mean, her in one week, it sold 839,000 copies. Most of them physical, but there were a lot of digital copies and a little bit of streaming as well. That's remarkable judging. In fact, in just one week, it's the biggest selling album of the year in the United States. In the world, I'm sure it will be as well. And the United Kingdom she sold more than 250,000 copies. I mean, it's remarkable. And anything she even said in an interview, there are not many artists like her when it comes to sales these days, perhaps there's Adele, Drake, Taylor Swift, but they are rare bunch. You know, she had the TV special show. She's on the cover of vogue on the cover of other magazines as well. That type of star level in the world of music is becoming a very rare. This is almost like an old fashioned release in a way, but it is very much impressive. But I wouldn't say he's just positive because my worry with the music market is that, you know, we think we have many options, a lot of streaming, but I feel it's, again, even she said in an interview is very focused on a very small group of artists. Again, we need the mid artist as well. Doesn't need to be super indie, but something in the middle as well. But I mean, even in terms of selling vinyl, nobody else got a look in because the major vinyl plants had been pressing only for her and Ed Sheeran, nobody else has had a look in this like something like an 8 month delay, I was talking to the musician film manzanilla of Roxy music. And he was saying he's got a new album out. Can't get it done on vinyl, because there are no printing presses that aren't already doing Adele and Ed Sheeran. But I mean, as you say, I mean, it's a good thing for the music industry as a whole. I'm slightly worried by a Adele, very commendable. She's showing us her pain, she showed, put it into great music, a little bit sick of her divorce now, but also more than that, it's the fact that her interviews seem to be so sanitized that you're not allowed to go off peace and ask her questions that aren't about the thing she's plugging IE her album. And there was all this rather recently about an Australian journalist who hadn't listened to her album. Well, you and I are interviewers know that actually isn't the important thing. Anybody can listen to the album. What we're interested in is stories that come that perhaps are not even connected to that. I agree with your 100%, and I think that's a classic example on how celebrity interviews are being sanitized. I mean, it's not just Adele, but I'm sure her PR team the label. And again, it does happen with other artists. And again, juju I have no problem when I read magazine sometimes I see celebrities interviewing other celebrities. Sometimes they can be fun, but sometimes it's just boring. It's just two people living the same life and asking very easy questions, you know, like, oh, so your city is about divorce clearly. We all know that, and we've heard many times, or what's your favorite biscuit or something like that? To be honest, actually, that would be a more interesting question almost. I absolutely agree with you. Do you remember the profiles from the past you could read something at Vanity Fair? Those very long kind of in depth pieces. But today, in the social media world, it's very difficult. And we have to blame the fans a little bit as well. A defense they can be savages, they can send threats to the journalists as well. I really hope in terms of become less sanitized. I am siding with the journalist as well. Me too. I've been a very difficult question for you. Before we go, because we have to leave it now. What is your favorite biscuit? My favorite biscuit is a Brazilian one. Chocolate and strawberry, it's called kinase and it does have a smiley face. I wish you many more of those to come in your future..
"manzanilla" Discussed on Risky Bitches
"So yeah you have to get a little bit of experience there but you know again looking as you said looking back on it and it's interesting because i think he knew that i would listen to my friends. Yes and so. If he also convinced make circle that's the way he was doing was genuine or that he really liked me or he was the best thing for me. Then i would i guess. Keep him around. That didn't happen but let's destroy for different day. Okay so the third sign of love bombing is demanding commitment so they pressure you interesting things and making big plans for the future manzanilla things like marriage removing together when only known each other for a short while real relationships take time to develop and i think you know a big point my husband and i when we started dating and we moved together very quickly. Very very very quickly add. He and i have talked about it when we moved way too quickly but her relationship still took a long time to do. It wasn't like my husband. And i said this teach others. I've not sharing it with you. All if we could go back and do it all over again. We probably would have not moved in with each other. That quickly probably would have been with each other sure. Absolutely what is so big with each other but like the relationship itself still took time to develop whereas my other guy that i've been talking about. He was two minutes into it talking about how he was going to propose to me. No talking about getting married mt. You remember this thing. He's telling my friends about how he's gonna propose to me. Yeah so it's just kind of interesting. I wish i had known about love bombing and known what that looks like. But i think the keyword is excessive. It makes you uncomfortable if it makes your friends uncomfortable. There might be something. That's not genuine. So i wish. I had known that term beforehand half worth so the first point that i have and this this just might be us showing our age or whatever which at the ripe old age of twenty nine we got old. I just turned twenty eight you. I'm on my eighth annual twenty per a banal like. I can tell you because the company that i work for is a very young company. The median ages like twenty six k. So like at twenty nine considering that most people on my team hover between the ages of twenty two and twenty four geriatrics. I give me a walker where my tennis balls from like. That's that's the level. That i sometimes feel and i think one of the biggest differences between the gen z. Generation and millennials is our outlook on social media. And when is it appropriate to schefter on social media win win. Does the snooping get to a part where it's it's almost kind of weird and one of the things that i see a lot because a lot of the people on my team and some of my friends even outside of work they use dating apps and it's this very strange culture of they have been talking to each other for literally two seconds. I'm talking. They haven't completed a full conversation before they're like what's your snap which your handle. Who are you on social media. And i think what's odd is that the way i look at social media is the only people that i want on my social media or people that regardless of relationship status. I don't mind seeing their face. I don't know if that makes me the minority. I don't know. But i just look at social media of like. Hey if i feel like we've gotten to a place in our relationship that i would consider as friends or like we're actually dating shirt. Let's at each other on social media but more than a conversation. I wonder if they do that though..
"manzanilla" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
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"manzanilla" Discussed on Historiografía Mexicana [Libros de Historia de México]
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"manzanilla" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"manzanilla" Discussed on Martha Runs the World Podcast
"Be. Careful of when you're trail running. Donate wild fruit if you don't know what it is. You know blackberries. Okay, if you if if it's blackberry season, you WanNa, have some. That's fine, but be careful. Because in Florida, there's this. Plant called the man mansion. Neil plant and as fruit looks like an apple, but it's the Spanish name Manzanilla Deylam wear. Little apple of death has toxins. In it that if it doesn't kill you, it could cause you. Lots of unnecessary pain, so don't want that to happen to you. Then they're stinging nettles and I'm sure you know about those you want to avoid those the the thistle plant. You avoid those at all. And I know you seen those horrible nasty pictures of someone who for some reason decided that? They wanted to wrap themselves up in in the plant called. We'd stay away from Hog we'd hug. We look like those giant white flowered mustard type plants. They have white flowers. They're pretty tall and they're usually. If you see them on the side of the trail, but just avoid them like crazy void, touching plants don't know what they are. Avoid them, and you should be okay. Now that I frightened you sufficiently about plants. Let's talk about wild animals. I'm much more afraid of the plants to be perfectly honest. Because He. They are scary. Animals not so much not in northern California anyway. My rule of Thumb D- wild animals. If you see one, that's not a bunny, and it looks like it could be a little scary start, singing and loudly. They will run away. Really my singing, his oracle. Have mentioned that before it's bad. So the best course of action is to have a little interaction with wild animals as possible. Keep your eyes and ears open. That's why it's so important not to listen to music, so you can hear the rustling in the brush or a rattle ahead. RATTLESNAKES enlist their babies. That's kind of scary unless they're babies. They have rattle and they'll tell you if you frightened them or to warn you. If they're there to look out, they will rattle now, babies. They don't have the rattle. They haven't developed the rattled. They get one one ring of the rattler at. I think first season or something like I'm not sure. But they still have their poison and they don't really know how to how to control it as babies. You have to be extra careful, so if you don't know what it is just avoided I remember. One time I was backpacking with my friend and we were up in this episode as the gold country. We're up by the McCall river. backpacking and we came across a nest of baby rattlers. Nick. We walked really fast that day. We made it to the camps extremely fast. Record time. So, never under any circumstances, should you feed wild animals? You gotta leave them alone. They need. The thing is is that if if wild animals start to depend on humans to feed them, they're not going to fear them and somebody will get hurt or an animal will go hurt. It's just not. It's not a good thing and you have to keep. They have to be afraid of us as much as we have to be afraid of them. There has to be this healthy fear of each other. So I don't care how cute an animal is, don't feed it. Whatever kind of is don't feed the animals. Now. Or one of the most. Numerous animals in the wild, and they're a huge success story. There are so smart and adaptable, and that's what makes them perfect solution. In our modern world, they anything they can live just about anywhere and they can get by. They're just such great species. I actually really liked coyotes. I think they're really cool. And I've seen a bunch of those I've seen of coyotes. Not, only in the headlands seen them in San Francisco itself. I've seen in Golden Gate Park. I think I've seen them in McLaren part, too, but I've seen them around I'm they are? Very successful. They are usually found in pairs or alone once in a while. They'll hunt impacts, but that's not the norm. They avoid people for the most part. You make noise. They'll run away. They don't usually become aggressive if you have small dogs. You have to be careful or small children. You have to be careful, but if they're around you and you don't want them around you. You make a bunch of noise. Growl. Sing like I said. If you sing like I do, they'll run away, but make a bunch of noise in takeoff the they won't hurt you. Really. They won't the worst thing you can do with animals. The very very worst thing can do with any animal is turn your back in them and runaway. That is the worst thing you can do. Do not do that. Do not turn your back on any of these bigger wild animals and run away. Because that means you're pray, that's they hope this must be pray. I don't think coyotes going to think that, but you just don't WanNa do that. That's not something that the experts say to do. And I'm going to give a link to this this list. I got the information from I got some of this off. The website it's pretty useful. It's very very helpful. Bob Cats are very extremely shy. The chances of you've seen one is very rare. They way from fifteen to thirty five pounds..
"manzanilla" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast
"I guess mine would be Where's the wisdom There's so much I wish I can Do More like do more. You know in my own community where I grew up Like Marines Marin city Just to be more of a positive role model of just lead by example door to door. Right now yeah. We any though Trying TO GET THEM INVOLVED. And Yeah so do you. Do you reach out to them and have them participate. There's a couple of kids in our project from Oregon City and You know it's labeled Ghetto you know so called and I think if people looked up the word ghetto and what it really means it means to isolate to keep away from and You know they neighborhoods in these neighborhoods where we feel like no one understands us and so these thing for us to do speaking for myself in terms when I was out there these for me to do was to You know I wanNA feel shutdown shutdown. Stay closed in And Walk around like blaming other people and not taking responsibility and today I mean I take four responsibility for every single action that I've done and just looking at it and say okay acknowledges there and this is what I'm doing about it today But the wisdom that I wanNA give them an hope that they can grass right now and there's opportunities to love yourself enough to want better and that's what I talk about on my shows to. Unconditional love criticized. Judging yourself you know and accept the way you are in the way you're not that's a tough one for me is like the way you're not gonna like. Hey wait a minute Berkeley right. This is not. This is not true love. You know when you focus on the things that you're not and I have to remind myself a lot so my lyrics I write in my music Are about my life and Humanize it eleven say more To these youth but the thing is is just coming get involved. It could save your life because it's an evolving experience for the kids for you to learn new things. Learn things about myself to dealing with the kids. It's like they're still a besides of you said Timmy. GotTa keep that Kenilworth inside of yourself. Says they have fun short. You know so it may be way down there but you can live out your responsible. I mean you know this subject to have fun. That's where love comes out to. You know when you can be free freedom you know. I think we all WANT TO BE FREE. You know so. Where do you see yourselves going? I mean I think where you are today. Oh my Gosh you've got this is just you just can't get overwhelmed with how how it's GonNa take one day at a time one project and then just let. This isn't a couple of months. This is just a couple. Twelve eight to twelve weeks We put this together and I made I know Manal. Some people say it takes takes. A team know does that. I WanNA acknowledged Ondo Team. Yeah right there is depending on how you make the a the A. There's an idea there okay before I mean there's a I in all of us. Yeah I'll think in terms of the future of this program have many programs come. That is going to be a natural progression. Because it's about giving you know and if you give. I've come to believe that good things will come to. You know what is exercising your patients. I'm speaking for myself. My you know like I love. I love doing these shows because it brings out the best of everybody or you know and it's giving and you know it's Outta love that's wonderful. You know even have an opportunity like this you know and getting the word out you being able to shed light on the things that we're doing. It's a blessing. It's a blessing that you're here. I mean you could still be locked up. You could be out on the streets or not. You're fulfilling your dreams. What you know. Just keep doing it. And I'm sure you'll have days that are challenging because that's life roller coaster in it gets easier. It does right. It gets into the does the site Thank Brennan Meal Board. Seriously thank you gotta give me not give. Rhys program like the best that I have to give it to me. It makes me feel good. You know what I'm saying and I'll just sit present giving him too. I mean you I see what you have. You know what you've shared tonight with the experience and the expansion that you've had to poke you know you've had such a you. He was my role model. Seriously that's you know wanted to school every school every morning to see him and I wanNA come pover- school I see him. You know what I mean. It was just that that lifestyle. We were involved in living in the same city. I I mean we latch onto things. We see things that we want to be like and he was one of my role bottles. Have Him Law on this project? Means the world to me. You know and Just See a vision. Unfold and both on the same level seeing the vision and Accepting it with great humility. I mean watching it in full because it is it's unfolding because there's really not about US yours. It is not about us about the mission involved. Absolutely that's the bigger purpose news. I get more out of giving right now than You know it just makes me feel good at night when I lay down and just know that I changed the kid's life knowing that one day that can probably say hey. Man from from psychological standpoint is probably wonderful because you can also grieve what you didn't get I mean sometimes I agreed when I didn't get either but it's like you gotta keep going. It's not an easy road is not easy pro because some talk dealing with the kids. First of all you've got to have patience and understand has a lot of patients capital capital peaking. Some kids you know. They have a lot of issues not admitting some kids may have not been disciplined certain ways. Yeah you have to discipline them wave. Oh Yeah of course say in doing that. I think that's where the trust is. Absolutely because they know they feel the love yours and when they when they know in their loved and they can handle it. Handle it better yes. I can remember the first time. My Dad spanked me to his office just because because I lied because I always taking the that brush. My Dad had this industrial broom and his his garage was his like he had all his tools. And everything you know and I asked him if I could use the broom but I was taking next door so the neighbors could use it but I was afraid to ask him for the neighbors because he didn't like people using it so I take only five over there. I come back and my dad said. Did you use broom? Listen yes he knew. I'll never forget that lying does not work on my face. I'm sure you have some funny stories. Definitely hear one story of an example when you were a kid. That's white hearted can look. I got a lob who sewer my stores pretty tragic think of something thank you can reflect that that is positive or I remember a time where you know. I don't talk much about my brothers. My sisters but right now using this because I love him in about love and Like I remember one day. We all went to the wrecks to Manzanilla Center. Marin city to play basketball father and man. He's passed away now but Just that feeling a gave me. I mean I'm emotional. Body right now yeah. Fallibility to feel today But just being being with them that day I remember yesterday because we played with my dad playing basketball and Was just a feeling that never ever been able to the team comforting killing team. Yeah and it was pretty cool because I have a big family and we were all just there in the moment with our dad and having a blast with them on a basketball court and just watching him not assist. You got four sisters there was. I think two of us is might have been there. If I remember correctly I think it was just the boys but it was it was it was an experience that was just like out of his world. Yeah keep it in your how about you. Remember at Christmas. Time was being younger brother. I have two brothers and sisters. The eldest and.
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