17 Burst results for "Maresca"

"maresca" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:13 min | 2 months ago

"maresca" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Not join the west and in sanctuary Russia. And so the Moscow correspondent for The Daily Beast, thank you so much for joining us on monocle 24. The agony of Mario pole continues authorities in the southern Ukrainian city say they had to abandon a second attempt did evacuation yesterday as Russian forces removed heavy attacks despite a ceasefire agreement. Meanwhile, there has been heavy shelling on the outskirts of Kyiv as Russian forces have attempted to seize the capital, while Yulia maresca is a Ukrainian anti corruption activist and former civil servant and she joins me now. Good morning Giulia. Good morning. I hope you're well. I hope you are safe. Just bring us up to date would you mind on Mario pole? Is there going to be a fresh attempt for a ceasefire? Russia is putting this danger for ceasefire all the time. So we can not say that it's not going to happen. The whole south of Ukraine is living in this danger. My family has roots from Odessa, and they expect in this fire every day and very pool is a great danger. Even though the people of Mario polo is showing a great example of courage. There's an astonishing amount of courage. I mean, not telling us where you are. What examples are you seeing every single day at the moment? I am communicating with the I relocated to the western Ukraine. And I'm communicating with the people who are coming to this part of Ukraine after the shootings after their houses were destroyed. And those are people who want to come back to their homes who are expecting this work to be ended in week two or month and they all want to be back. And I think that that's great. The ones who want to leave and never come back to Ukraine. And they are not giving up on Ukraine. They believe in our victory. And I think that's beautiful. We hear an awful lot of the bravery and the direct courage that's being demonstrated by the president volodymyr zelensky. In the last 24 hours he has reiterated calls for a no fly zone. Without this, without the protection of NATO over the skies of Ukraine, what do you think will happen? You know, I have no doubt that Ukraine will win in any case, but that's the question of price. And the amount of men, women and children, civilians that will be killed, schools, and hospitals, and department buildings that will be destroyed. So you see that Russians there not respect him any international rules there, amen into humanitarian corridors, so they will kill much more people. But we will fight to the end, but we desperately need this support from the sky in any possible way. It can be supported with bad puns so we can defend ourselves. When you hear, therefore, that there's a rejection of the no fly zone, not just from the U.S. Secretary of State, but arguments being said that actually it would feed Putin's narrative that he is being threatened by the west if the worst gets involved in protecting UK Ukraine's skies. How does that make you feel? It makes me feel like I even it's hard to explain because Ukrainians know Putin and Russia and Russian narratives much, much better than the best, and we know for sure that that it's impossible to provoke Putin because he is making all the provocations himself. Any provocation he will need he'll make it up. He doesn't need west to propagate him. If he will need it, he will just create this provocation. So I'm disappointed that the best in values are not being implemented, but just been spoken about in terms of defending the democracy, the human rights, even the human lives in Ukraine. Tell us a little bit more about the latest situation in terms of where the Russians are moving now. We are hearing that they are pushing now towards Kyiv with the capital expected to be surrounded within days. But we also have a situation in the south, don't we with the city of edessa. It's a big city. It's an important port. It's a connecting corridor to Moldova and Transnistria, isn't it? I mean, what would happen if Odessa went? So you're right, both of these cities are in a danger of we call it the circle, so they can just occupy the status from all the sides. It didn't happen until the current moment. I'm in touch with the people from Odessa and from Kyiv. Regarding.

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"maresca" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"maresca" Discussed on The Tech Guy

"She was looking. She was looking. She was looking. She wasn't sure. She looked at her phone up, she's leaving. There she goes. So cash successful. Isn't that cute? That's so cool. Patrick, thank you for doing that. That's so cool. Yeah, Patrick wormer works remotely. He and their kids moved kids are kid. Can't remember. Just one, right? Yeah. You know who's confusing me? Lou maresca, who's got like 15 children. Patrick moved back. So did Lu. Patrick moved back east a year or so ago. But he still works for me. He still does the same thing. He always did. He works remotely for us. It's a beautiful day in Petaluma. Look at that. See the cherry trees? Very confused. Well, I guess it's February. That's maybe that's when they're supposed to come out. When I decided to not go with the T mobile 5G home Internet service. Comcast. See what they could do for me. And they gave me a 900 megabit per second. I was previously on a two 50 for $15 a month and what I was paying for. You should always always call them and check with them. But it's still only 25 megabits up. That's enough. That's enough. It'll do. I'd rather have more, but I love our gigabit, but yeah, it's only like, I can't remember what it was 30 up, but here at the studio. It's just dense symmetric. So it's nice. Yeah, Comcast doesn't do symmetric Internet. No, no, no, no, no. Consumer provider does, even the business isn't symmetric and I'll think. There might be a year. It might be here. I don't know. But sonic is amazing. They've symmetric fiber. Ah, time for me to talk about cash flow. If you're listening to this show, you can thank cash fly cash flow is our content delivery network, our C, D and we've been using them for over ten years..

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"maresca" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

The Dental Marketer

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"maresca" Discussed on The Dental Marketer

"Wants to take one for yourself and the patient as as something. I will target while i was going to target right after. Thank you so much. And that's the trigger. When you hear the words thank you you know that. They picked a gift that had meaning and significance to them out of those options and the team goes something like this will. Hey my pleasure as we said hey before you go let me ask you a question. Do you know anybody looking for a good dentist. And most of the time patients will say yes now. It gets interesting now. We're going to get more of a commitment. We're going to get him to take another step further in their mind. Not just a vague. Do you know somebody looks good. Dentist next maresca's okay. Great who is it. Be tell me their name going to write it down. Because i have a little gift bag for them so our goal of the system is to get the name of potential new patient. That's really what it's all about. And why are we asking for a name. Because we've got a gift for that person and we want to write their name on now. Usually people will look at it for saying because they're not used to thinking of a name in that moment. Co kinda see their eyes pop up in their heads. They're thinking usually within about ten or fifteen seconds. They come up with somebody. Oh yeah my wife or yeah you know what i need to get the kids in year or i forget my husband in here more. You know i think my sister. My coworker was just talking about needing dentis. Nine times out of ten they come out with somebody ryan they give you a name. The next thing you're going to do is to ask them a favor. You say hate which might help me out. Here's a little gift bag. Would you not passing this gift. Bag onto that person and let them know. We'd really love to meet him. Yeah i'll do that for you right..

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"maresca" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:02 min | 8 months ago

"maresca" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Vocalized him putting purpose behind things that were not necessarily associated with his character. I think nicole was able to do that. Incredibly successfully. And i think it's fine though to be like. Yeah i mean. I would not call her top tier winter but i think it was fine. That's totally understandable. What we just did a forty season review on survivor of rha proper. Not everyone is going to be amazing. Not every season is going to be amazing. there's always going to be someone at the bottom. That's totally fine. I mean if we're talking about comparisons to other survivor witter's because i've seen some bandied about and we are capital less capital survivor experts. So i guess we can do this. I mean you invoked a couple of seasons in over the course of this podcast. i don't want to like make. Direct jenner comparisons but nicole. Very much evokes to me like a gentle maresca michelle type of arc of like really excels. At the end i would say is not necessarily in the pilot's seat certainly gets blindsided earlier in the merge or is or out of the seat of power but is able to like help maintain her own perception as well as really make a fantastic narrative for herself at the end to build momentum when she would be in trouble and then end up vocalizing her game better than her opponent. I think both of those winners were able to do so as well. I think both of those winners are not necessarily given the highest winner ratings and again. That's okay but i think if you're talking about how this might not be like a big strategy to win the game. I do think it is a type of narrative though that we have seen bear out multiple times before for me. It's less michelle. Because i feel if michelle's so caught up in like the jury controversy of being obeyed that icon untangle it from this way like i'm voted for smash but it wasn't controversial. Totally get what happened. Eight one with shocking. But i understand what happened. I think for me. It's general.

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"maresca" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

07:35 min | 9 months ago

"maresca" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Lost. Belated free not very big. I'm only a hundred and sixty pounds so ten more than me. Are you going to you know. I mean not go. You know. Full full metal jacket with off rio but are you going to let yourself go a little bit plump. He's that year so this came about last week. I have to go to rome wednesday. This came back last about last week. Ben darus had to drop out of the movie because his movie ran late and he has a conflict. Show my agents today called and said you're being offered this lamborghini Benders can't do it. You could you just call me. A what and the script and bobby maresca when oscar for crash wrote the script. And it's like wait a minute. You sure you want me to do this. And i talked me. I think you're actually better than than their. This lady dropped out like you know you're italian. there's something about you i think. You know arc. He said this guy had a screw loose. And you have a screw out there. I don't have enough time to even have an accent. I speak a little bit of italian. But and i don't have to speak chinese got broken english but i'm not worried about that but it's just the thought of like you said it's a good thing. No one knows. It's like i get to do whatever i want really. It'll be interesting. Did you have a conversation with your agent. Which would have been the first Any actor ever had with agent which is all right. I'll do lamborghini. Gimme a few weeks to get out of shape. You got to buy me three weeks. Also good bucket list for you atom and your agent calling and saying bandera can't do it we need you. Just here's the funny part report. I up until last week was leaving for malta. A on friday last week to go do this. This kind of bourne identity move. So i'm in really good shape way. I've been training for three months and in the eleventh hour the movie fell apart. And so it's over. And so then. I was clear and i got this call to go do this. I'm like well. I probably don't i mean going to have my clothes off at all. To get heavy goes off your redressed so is really. Make a difference but it does. It's funny you say that because when you're in a certain shake kind of carry yourself certain way Mean it's like sure. Yeah i wish i wasn't. I wish i was a little punch well of from your mouth to god's ears i mean i come over and coach up on that or come by and watch football with us on sunday. Nothing wrangles intimations and rebranding yourself. It's like the anti fitness coach. Yeah that's your new career path. Well it'd be like you're in good shape. I'm in i'm in okay. The coat shape. But i don't do as i do do as i say those who can't teach you should give him the free tip that you use always wear your bathrobe around and put a beer in each pocket. Those are so we get started. Don't have a problem ruin. Yeah so. I'm excited about this new offering this a lamborghini offering and yes sledge. No first off. I owned his first car. Three fifty the gt three fifty three fifty. Gt is the first car he that's the one he went to say. Ferrari and because i'm a gearhead. I've studied the car and it's really clear which is and i won't get into the weeds too far here. But the ferraris of the time had v twelve and he had a v twelve. But these were the ferraris. Were like the ferrari luso had three carburetors and two cans of lamborghini has six carburetors. Four cans passing literally just went. Whatever you're doing i'm doing. I'm doing it better better. And because he wanted a three point five liter engine. They didn't know how they were mainly had six months to get to. The geneva auto show is car and it wasn't even thought up yet except he knew he needed to stop all that in a car. Three point five liter ferrari would have been a three liter at the time was it's it's fascinating like the guy he he thought anything was possible. Any echoed ever like any any story engineer from outside from ferrari from maserati. And they said it's impossible. It's impossible to do this. Why we now. This sort of Yvonne mosque by now. You were you doing jay leno's garage parents on that. We get a whole day where we played like the j. Were in an action. Movie and Chevy you know they have this new trump that they sold to the government that replaces the humvee and they brought that down for us to you. So it's really kinda cool but you know he's that guy knows more about cars. I mean you probably know as much about now. I don't i don't i don't nobody knows as much about j. j. knows about cars. I should say crazy. I said how many cars do you registered the thing because the thing about j. and this is kind of how it goes you can talk to car guys but car guys. Pardon the pun. Pick a lane. And so they're the park and they know they. They know more they know dodge. They know four forty six packs and hammy and challenges and chargers. Soon as you start talking about old lamborghinis jack shit five ten dot. Since they don't know jack well. Jay is interested in all cars all things on wheels so he's got electric cars that are one hundred and ten years old. He's got steam powered cars. She takes it all the way through american european japanese. It doesn't matter he didn't. He didn't declare major most guys who know lot about cars. They know about one kind of car or one make and then as much as the average person about all the other cars even suffice. Cheer it's fast. I believe that he did the jay. Leno show seriously just to buy all the cards that he needed. Yeah and he had a pretty bad coke problem but a lot of that money. Some of that money did go to kars. Frank is right. Yes he's he's crazed and he he knows so much about it and he knows i know about it and then he speaks to me in a shorthand and it's so deep i don't even understand what he's talking about so he is a damn treasure so for you. You've got to be thinking about getting something cool in your garage as long as we're talking about. It's so funny. Because i'm such a poor kid foreign. I'm so afraid not having money. That idea of spending money on an an extravagance like that is so kind of far fetched i have. Did you see the movie. Buffs level.

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"maresca" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

02:05 min | 9 months ago

"maresca" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Level against action. You're needed break. His own leg probably tyson's like olympic. I'm listening harder four. I can't see you here and should blind himself with rice. Not advocating the people blind themselves. Let's put a disclaimer on the podcast. Whenever advocate gender maresca does right you like you purposely. play up that you're like Like oh. I'm so heard i can't do this. And so they'll like they're not dockers. They voted out the doctor and seo. They're not going to be able to act on it necessarily so good strategy of having a doctor. That's like a really good skill they talk about. How like maybe google play has. Lawyers are good and survivor. Note and dr. So it's almost the injury could have come in and being like you're not injured voting you out like they actually have to self. Which again we're not. We're not saying you should do. We're not saying you find yourself not saying you win. No we don't endorse squeezed. Phyllis doing it. I mean it was hardly as saying he's still the biggest threat and is in his injured so even if he does break his own leg he's still fighting against someone else who is more threatening than whatever it takes all one hundred it was. Let's let's talk about the tyson injury because obviously he feels like he's going to actually take page chappie book right. He probably feels like he has to win out. Now and i do feel like as much as we're building up for a big finale. I think the final immunity challenge is going to be the dictator as to. This game goes. Because i think if one of chapter tyson wins to be candid. I think the other one's going. But i think probably winning unless it is a final two that smashing get to with nicole but koehler smash wins. Yeah that's an interesting. But that's an estuarine choppy is gone because they have a much better chance of winning another challenge against tyson and he's been way de powered by a injury and be kieran so it's a final three. They've talking.

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"maresca" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

Paradigm Shift Wrestling

04:41 min | 11 months ago

"maresca" Discussed on Paradigm Shift Wrestling

"Took me a while to get the hang of this is even even now takes me like a little bit to do with the size and everything so i think one of the times Broke and i was so sad. Even though i barely barely use them with my babies time to get used to them. They're kind of heavy too so they take time for you to like. They used to play with them about a year. Before i got used to my practice is there are a lot lighter than what you probably use so year and then again we had the of the Fake and win this with those but then change them to the real ones in practice a little bit sensing way heavier man shot. Do you have anything else. You wanna ask will choice of using sized. Little very difficult wasn't used listen. This is a cool cool. Yeah and it's the throw it is. I mean that's the thing i got man. I'm already back from out of my theater seats so i to is the size man. No there's the thing about the size words with what's you know susan's character is it's the gift that Rick gives maresca when she the young girl on and continues to use to her now. so special. it's special. I'm sorry i think We have L. d. magno. One of the big guys. That's trying to log in you. All may yeah. He come on through china on man. They see him. is it. Give these things like a air mattress or something. I think so yes privates now to says okay. We might be at our limit okay. I think we're now you're not will. Okay okay. I didn't want to be. I thought i wasn't. You're not you're not so we'll just want him to get on. I wish i could help them by. Hold on say like question. Why don't we why we figured out we get our last break. Is this going to take a laugh. Break anyone trying to get him on. So give over guys. We'll be right back all right the name things ability again. Thank you for.

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"maresca" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"maresca" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Had this before and deals. Where can be a flood of excitement is kind of going on any of the steph golf. I because it's an investment and yes of stack maresca donald out. But i've had time. I've got myself okay with it. Yeah steph golfing and right sign the Good feel good at this point. I have no negative feedback thrown into the mix unadjusted drop of water in. This diesel. Engine thing is chugging along. It's coming in his dealings. Begging it's opportunity but like a misfire nuclear it's enough to snap to snap my mindset and going to hold on the one person to see it on i i don't almost no higher. It's whether it's maturity whether it's luck universe. Whatever you want. I had enough people from different angles. So i had my wife was there. I had a trusted friend. That was there i had people have done business with. Was there a narrow set in here on their. They're actually echoing the same thing. So i've broken march and my echo chamber and we talked about. This is when you have your committee of over your committing mind. Whatever you need diversity of opinion because otherwise you're just going to get this echo chamber. Brilliant your bringing fantastic. How did not paying for that. I then have a very hard and long drive to dan to say the client. I'm rubbing my head. That's one of the reasons. I have less clear that ever. I'm sitting here going. I'm in this up. Where do i go. What do i do and in my head. It's screaming get i get i get. I've shaken the manhunt so suddenly got my other core values. Play my ego. My pride my integrity. Everything else is come into play now. I don days in the past when you can go. Okay wasn't quite what i thought but suck it up and go to actually emphasize how much this was. This was coming into probably the commitment to purchase the building the five year lease all the on cost everything else. We're probably talking well over five. Five hundred thousand pounds which is six seven thousand dollars so this is not just a thing that cashflow and not drive alone is enough to probably put my lights at from a cash flow point of view not from an asset. But it's enough to dismount. Destruction caused some fierce damage. So this is not just a case of you shook the hand just suck it up and go have the waco. Holy-moly this okay. This is pretty significant. I've got a behrman. this is happened. Twelve days.

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"maresca" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"maresca" Discussed on Discover Music Channel (Discover Music Channel)

"On being a parent. And I think there's not really been a violence with anything else I, think my complete socialites on my complete romantic life have been something that I sacrifice because I just poured myself into other areas and so two thousand twenty has been one of those wakeup calls for me where I'm just like like you opera I'm just I woke up a couple of weeks ago and I was like you know. I'm just gonNA tell everybody like okay. where? I should not. But. That's where I am right now I'm I'm. Wanting to live. And wanting to really eat experience joy and happiness and and really live and tried because I feel like that's something that I haven't really done yet. I don't know myself outside of being a mom now that that's not something I have to worry about all. Abroad grown. Now that that's not something I worry about I don't have anything else. So now I'm starting to have to figure out who knew who am I? Outside the realm of needing to take care of. Who Am I? Who am I outside the realm of this person? Who is a radio announcer and? Goes to work every entertains an audience and then come home and then. You know what I mean. There's nothing is really I wanna be well rounded and that's really something I'm going to focus on however the issue for me Africa and Maresca is. I. Think I gotta get of my own head a little bit. Because I'm an ambivert, right. So my social batteries run down pretty quickly. I will get in a crowd of people I'll get the full ten minutes. I'm like again ready to go home curl up with. Ee. Go to bed put on my. Rocks. Fleet. I don't have the social batteries I don't have the social batteries. Most people have however something I'm going to have to you know hasn't. Really. Good What about you have? You have you had any of those impulsive. DESIRES TO MEET UP TO SOCIETY'S DEMANDS WOMEN That's been my blessing for my my entire life I didn't realize it until. I don't. Subscribe to. Whatever society's expectations? which you know. which was a challenge Grennell but now it's like actually. But you know Sarah to your point in terms of this will journey of self discovery right now. I think that's the that's what I'm enjoying the most about this because. I think before I just used to push you on my passions 'cause I. Am one of those relievers that you're on this for reasons right and you have to nausea passion and then live for that passion right. But some when you live in for your passion, you forget yourself you know and. That's what. Yeah, you know. So for me now is like, okay, who in the midst of all these passions that I'm pursue like what makes me happy? What makes me sad, what kind of people do I want to surround myself with and be intentional around it about it versus just having people that are on me because of what I'm doing you know so those are the things that I'm getting into really now and. You know lot fluids. So was Kinda like this is scary it was overwhelming and now like I'm embracing it because I'm learning so much about myself you know the good parts, teapots all of it and Cool as a cool Ginny Ginny. You have. No ma'am no ma'am. Kids. Kids they. Could hurt. HOW WE CALL YOU GUYS COUPLE Relax not not work outside of work. What do you do? Then, I like hiking and mostly most of the Times I would like I would go to exotic places to. An explorer in.

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"maresca" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"maresca" Discussed on The Big 98

"Something has hit my leg in a wasn't my dog I look down Razi and their means and I so no no they're not thirty thousands are thank you no no no no if you ever seen one for real life in in while they're not kilo and so then I took a broom and basically broom ball that out of the house I think that's what a lot of his do grabbed the broom first like what we have what kind of weapon yeah let's go over and talk to Serra in Texas a Serra you're on the Bobby bones show what's happening good morning well I'm very sorry I was in the living room and crunching on the cat really loud what a cat should be I don't actually yes gone canals and in eighteen and I'm not being a joke why that's not fun is you have to be delicate with skunks you can't be super aggressive with them because they will spray U. and then I got spread once and I was young then you gotta go said about the tomato juice really and I'm not sure of that work like maybe doing so is a big joke on her bar I think that is one of those old school grammar yeah yeah so he just said about the tomato juice Sir how do you get this going out honestly we just kind of a minor leak out and I think a lot over its way back out the back door she's a live there no no we didn't get out I'll have it is gone now lives here us there thank you for the client appreciate that I'm a wonderful day you too bye bye let's go to Maresca in Mississippi Maria so you're on the air what animals in your house yeah I had it did mark actually came in my house I thought it was a fleet my cat he got a hold of it and I brought it.

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"maresca" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"maresca" Discussed on The Big 98

"Something has hit my leg in a wasn't my dog I look down Razi and their means and I so no no they're not thirty thousands are thank you no no no no if you ever seen one for real life in in while they're not keep and so then I took a broom and basically broom ball that out of the house I think that's what a lot of his do grabbed the broom first like what we have what kind of weapon yeah let's go over and talk to Serra in Texas a Serra you're on the Bobby bones show what's happening good morning I was in the living room turn something crunching on the cat really loud what a cat should be I don't actually yes gone canals and in eighteen and I'm not being a joke why that's not fun is you have to be delicate with skunks you can't be super aggressive with them because they will spray U. and then I got spread once and I was young then you gotta go said about the tomato juice really and I'm not sure of that word Muggle maybe doing so is a big joke on her bar I think that is one of those old school grammar yeah yeah so he just said about the tomato juice Sir how do you get this going out honestly we just kind of a minor leak out and I think a lot over its way back out the back door she's a live there no no we didn't get out I'll have it is gone now lives here US there thank you for the client appreciate that I'm a wonderful day you too bye bye let's go to Maresca in Mississippi Maria so you're on the air what animals in your house yeah I had it did mark actually came in my house I thought it was a fleet my cat got a hold of it and I brought it.

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"maresca" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"maresca" Discussed on KQED Radio

"To weekend edition from NPR news. From K, Q, E news. I'm Racquel Maria. Dylan right now, in cinema county, thousands of one year old coho salmon for smolts are making their way to the Pacific Ocean from the Russian river. The thing about salmon is they come back to their birthplace to spawn. These fish weren't actually born in the Russian river cuties, Tiffany. Cam high reports on the experiment in restoration, the salmon were raised in a nearby hatchery, because at the beginning of the century, the coho in the Russian river were almost completely eradicated. We were seeing less than ten adults returning to the Russian river watershed when years ago, there were thousands of fish returning. That's Maresca Oba's, then ski, she says things like extreme habitat loss and drought years have led to the downturn. Over Fynske helps run California. See grants Russian river, salmon and steelhead monitoring program. Her groups been helping restore the coho population in cinema county in two thousand four. It took some of the last handful of Kojo born there and bread, then and so is kind of a last attempt to release save coho salmon in the Russian river watershed the program. Releases thousands of these salmon throughout the year but monitoring the fish to see if they come back to spawn is no easy task. Teams of biologists go out every day. Check traps in five of the watershed creeks. One of them is green valley creek..

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"maresca" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"maresca" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"If the. I am not so bright. Good old of fake do territory has also called reporter to ask them tough questions spies and warned that quote, just because you're a journalist you are not exempted from SAS ination while. Territories government is attempted to silence Maresca journalism has been praised around the world and December. She was honored as one of time magazines persons of the year in two thousand eighteen and just this week named one of times one hundred most influential people of two thousand nineteen on Wednesday. She when the two thousand eighteen telly free speech award at the new house school at Syracuse university. We are joined by Maria right now. Congratulations, everything that you've accomplished. I'm not going to say congratulations for going to jail, though, it might be a badge of honor. Because clearly what detail is doing attacking you for representing the press in Philippines. But talk about why he put you in jail twice in the last month. I think just to let us so I was arrested twice in about five weeks and detained ones, and I have to say, I think it's just to make sure that I feel the power of the state. It's something that the pace of all of this has been unprecedented. And I've covered the Philippines for more than thirty years. In fourteen months. We've had eleven cases filed by the Philippine government. I've posted bail eight times. And then it just keeps coming. We're going to face every single one in court, and I could face decades in jail, if we lose them, and one of the things that always just hit me a few days ago that in since January twenty eighteen when we really begun facing all of this. We have not one one single motion not one, regardless of how ridiculous the cases are explain what he's charging. What's this phone? Foreign ownership issue the tax issue. So I think you have to look at the whole thing it's about three years along. Now, it's it's preceded by attacks on social media astroturf thing. Right. It's fake the seed it it grows and people think it's real and the first attack is that was actually by prototype at bloggers saying that random question by one of the ones who became a government official underneath he. She was headed of social media for the presidential palace her. First question was is rap ler CIA it begins there. And then what seeded is the rap ler is foreign funded. The actual case is that were controlled by foreigners. So ludicrous precisely because even in the Philippines were known for our independence. The thing. That's most alarming for me, though, are the fast pace of something called the cyber libel charge in this one a story we published seven years ago before the actual cyber libel. Law was enacted is being used against us to say we violated the law that didn't exist yet. I don't know. How else I you know, what I I laughed the national bureau of investigation. It's own lawyers. Threw it out and yet a week later. It's resuscitate and now it's in court. I wanna go to what happened when you were just released from jail just this small clip, you cannot harass and intimidate journalists to silence, we'll.

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"maresca" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"maresca" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Fake the. The. Not so good. Big do territory has also called reporters to ask them. Tough questions spies and warned that quote, just because you're journalist who are not exempted from cessastion while detailed government is attempted to silence Maresca journalism has been praised around the world and December. She was honored as one of time magazines persons of the year in two thousand eighteen and just this week named one of times one hundred most influential people of two thousand nineteen on Wednesday. She when the two thousand eighteen telly free speech award at the new house school at Syracuse university. We are joined by Maria restaurant now. Congratulations, everything that you've accomplished. I'm not gonna say congratulations for going to jail though. It might be a badge von or because clearly what detail is doing is tacking you for representing the press in the Philippines. But talk about why he put you in jail twice in the last month. I think just to let us so I was arrested. Twice in about five weeks and detained ones. And you know, I have to say I think it's just to make sure that I feel the power of the state. It's something that the the pace of all of this has been unprecedented. And I've covered the Philippines for more than thirty years in fourteen months. We've had eleven cases filed by the Philippine government. I posted bail eight times. And then it just keeps coming. We're going to face every single one in court, and I could face decades in jail, if we lose them, and one of the things that always it just hit me a few days ago that in since January twenty eighteen when we really begun facing all of this. We have not one one single motion not one, regardless of how ridiculous the cases are explain what he's charging wits. This phone. Foreign ownership issue the tax issue. So I think you have to look at the whole thing it's about three years along. Now, it's it's preceded by. By attacks on social media astroturf thing, right? It's fake the seed it it grows and people think it's real in the in the first attack is that was actually by protected bloggers saying that random question by by one of the ones who became a government official underneath he headed of social media for the presidential palace her. First question was is rap ler CIA it begins there. And then what seeded is the rap ler is foreign funded. The actual case is that were controlled by foreigners. So ludicrous precisely because even in the Philippines were were known for our independence. The thing. That's most alarming for me, though, are the is the fast pace of something called the cyber libel charge in this one story we published seven years ago before the actual cyber libel. Law was enacted is being used against us to say we violated the law that didn't exist yet. I don't know. How else I I I laughed the national bureau of investigation. It's own lawyers through it out and yet a week later. It's resuscitate and now it's in court. I wanna go to what happened when you were just released from jail just this small clip, you cannot harass and intimidate journalists to silence, we'll stand up and fight against.

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"maresca" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:52 min | 3 years ago

"maresca" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Welcome back to all of it on WNYC. I'm Alison Stewart in Colin Quinn's one man show, red state blue state, the former weekend update host confronts both ends of the political spectrum and asks if we hate each other so much why do we trying to make it work Quinn? Takes a funny and sharp look at the factors that have contributed to our fractured country and offers a few ideas about what could be done. The show is directed by crash and million dollar baby director, Bobby Maresca, and it was extended through March sixteenth at the Minetta lane theatre. I spoke to calm about it a couple of weeks ago. Here's our conversation. This is not your first your first rodeo with this kind of information. You did on constitutional short story. What is it that you liked about history and civics? And what about you think is really good for what you wanna do with your career now? I just feel like it's good. I don't I don't I look at it. Like, it's just so obvious to me that when that even remember when when Steve Jobs, I came around. Late nineties goes computers gonna revolutionaries and we all kind believe he goes, we're going to get rid of world hunger. It's gonna make communication and stop war. And like, I personally this stuff really is that radical it could change things, and it doesn't change anything. So it's just amazing to me that human nature is still the same after all these years, and that we still can't even figure out. Let's look at our country as sophisticated whatever that, you know. I mean, you would think at this point evolved, we all know better than to have a a civil war or to lead. What looks to me like a a war, but people don't stop once once it gets in the water. Everybody's just like like sharks? You know, it's every just immediately starts getting scared or the worst the worst people come out. And what's the worst people lead? It's gonna it's only a matter of time before it goes this crazy place. And that's how it is. You know, let me ask you about. If the internet is true on this one in researcher said you were writing something else in two thousand sixteen you're working on something else and the election happened, and it was like a record scratch. What was it specifically that you heard or you realize that you thought? Wow, this is alarming, and I would like to address it. I think it was the fact that I realized that people I knew people in a red stage didn't like what was happening, and I agreed with why they didn't like what was happening by the way as far as I'm not talking about Obama. I'm talking about culturally that they're the bad guy in every scenario in the in the media. They're just the the full and the bad guy show you want to do that to forty nine percent of the population whenever they are forty five fine. But there. Going to react. But when they elected Trump, I was like this. This is extremes. Okay. Come on, you take it a little for. So I mean, so I just felt like, wow, this is really a break-up this country. And I was in a small town in Kansas. I was doing a college in Kansas. And I'd take the guy that drove me back an hour and a have an old former guy so by Trump, and I was she's like, you know, I mean, obviously, I said I understand why you don't like the left. But but I said, but this guy, you know, he's just a bad just everything you're against. And he goes I like him and he had this look on his face. Like, I don't wanna hear. I'm like I say in the show. He's the hill. I'm ready to die on 'cause you push. So I just feel like I feel like neither side understands that ridicule and just this constant attacking mostly social media based and is is not an effective strategy for communication and sounds like the most obvious thing in the world. But it's leading to a very very bloody place in my opinion. You don't talk. About President Trump a lot in the show was that a you do for briefing his pointed. But it's not a show about Trump at all what was that a conscious choice. Yeah. Because like I say right after Trump I go after Trump leaves our problems on leaving with him. They were here before him, and they're going to be here after him. So he's just a he's just a the manifestation of the ugly. Like, he's almost a symbolic like like, I don't take him as as a real thing. Obviously, he's very badly. But I'm saying he's a manifestation of what's going on. So I don't look at. He's not he's not a problem. He's just a a thing that exists. When this problem happens. It's interesting in the show, you point out the hypocrisy on the right, and you point out hypocrisy and the left. Oh, yeah. Give me an example about each red-state hypocrisy in a blue state, well, red states, you know, they've they vote based on Paul's led to two Corinthians. And the blue states base their vote on the Chomsky reader, and I say, you know, the Redskins the Red Sea, Muslim invasion. And the blue states Mattie innovation and they were both. They're both fantasies in their mind. I'm wondering about projection now, your Brooklyn, New York, dude, right parent, parents were teachers. Yeah. Okay. So do you think? New Yorkers sometimes we'll think we're sophisticated. We think about a lot of things are are we in bubbles as much as as the the red Hatters are, absolutely. I mean, I mean, I speak the language more because I grew up here. You know what I mean? But are you bite your bilingual? I mean, I like I would say, yeah, I understand like people. But once again, people don't understand I feel like people miss the basic point of of America. Which is you don't get to tell other people how they're gonna live is h the only principle that are based on. And that's what's gonna lead to this to this trouble. And that's why I said people should break up like you're not gonna despite years of, you know, whoever it is Paul Krugman. I mean, whoever it is trying to say, look, here's the way you have to see things people. Like, no, I see things this way and a lot of people make moral judgments on the red states as being a certain way and some of them are true. And some of them are true. And some of the things they say about the blue states are true. Jill. So it's like, you know, if people wanna keep talking like this and acting like this. I'll see you, you know, we'll all I'll see when we all decapitated and kill each other. Because that's the only place it could lead in my opinion. Or you're going to have a red state passport in a blue state. That's what I would like to. I would like to do. Yeah. Where do you think is as at the mountains is the Mississippi? I think it's going to be. I think we should raise the rural suburban and urban because I feel like suburban is a different. Yeah. A personality than rural or urban. That's what you know. I think it was one of the New York Times columnist mentioned that that it's not a it's not a east coast west coast. It's an urban rural Brabourne, rural suburbs. Can't discount the suburb suburbs. A big. Yeah. Suburbs. Will like the American dream at one point. So I mean, it's just it's it is it is. But the sad thing is you see Bosnia Rwanda all those things that happen. How shocked I was from those things happened in the nineties. I was like what this could still happen in the ninety s and it could happen tomorrow. You know, it's I at one point was talking to friends, and I said, wouldn't it be weird and thousand years like the United States that was an idea? Exactly two hundred years. Can you believe they actually got that three hundred fifty? Exactly. Yeah. That moment. And then you start thinking about it. And it's scary. Well, yeah. I mean, look the fall of Rome was longer than we've been in Asian as they always say. And so it's again, I mean things happen and then review mirror. It'll be like. Yeah. That was stupid. I is America. They thought there was so unique. My guess is Colin Quinn. The name of his new show is red state blue state, the show staging is really interesting. It's it's you, and then there's a backdrop, and it's a map of the United States. But it's very weathered and sort of. You can't see the edges what kind of conversation. Did you have about the staging? Well Morris was the designer great job. And yeah, we talked about the United States map, but almost bleeding. You know, almost like it was just slowly slowly bleeding out. And so that was I think that's what he inspired me. When you know that was his idea and great say in the in the show, you you say states. Yeah. That's what we need to do. What will that accomplish Colin? Wow, nothing failed in Greece in Rome too. But it but it worked. I mean what the philosophy is. Correct. Like, I say in the show, you know, you. If you have different sparred in Athens had nothing in common. So why would they be around each other unless Persia invaded? So it's like when Persia invaded then they could unite otherwise, you know, you have nothing it's like a it's like a bad. Bad marriage where he go. Look, why are we together after all this time? We don't get along with the every day is just constant bickering. Nobody these countries happy right now except people that love conflict, if you'll notice the only people that are energized by this are people, the fastest typist and people the most time in their hands. I always say social media. The people that love conflict and fighting that's who's energize right now, and that's on both sides. And that's that. I think the prelude to something bad. You know, so some other issues you're tackling. This is censorship. How does how do you think? Censorship factors into this division. Well, I mean, it's a big. I mean censorship. I mean, it's hard to say, I don't know where do I tackle censorship? Exactly. I mean when you talk about that it was something about comedy remember about political correctness better. Here's the other thing that bugs me just a personal thing is that when when anybody correctness I give my opinion that everybody goes online goes whining about it's like people asked me, what do you want me to say my opinion. I'm not. It's not like I'm out in the streets protesting political correctness. But you know, you have to give your own opinion. But yeah, well, I just feel like well in the case of just just the fact that everybody is language police. It's such a serious thing. And like anything else? Everything starts as a great idea political correctness started as a great idea don't hurt anybody's feelings. But now it came what once it enters Mirena comedy, the whole point of comedy is people get their feelings hurt. It's comedy somebody's gotta get hurt. I always give that Jackson's comedy is a, you know, it's one of those things where it's insulting insult. And who is the is the question from the beginning of the country who gets to decide what offenses. So that's where it really gets to be weird. And now, it's you know, it's getting to a point where what you can't. You can't punch down for example. And guess what a bad news for everybody comedy punches down. Sometimes and. Elbows people when they're not looking and it kicks people in fights unfairly h comedy. It doesn't just punch up. It's there's no there's no mortgage have Queensberry in comedy is just the way it is. And and this comedy that offends me..

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"maresca" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"maresca" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"For the heads up in happy birthday to Maresca. Go Oscar time. The only had the nominees were announced we talked a little bit about that yesterday. And then someone released a list of movies that have been nominated for Oscars that. Might surprise. You. And one of those is fifty shades of grey. Nominated. Yeah. Lord. It was it was nominated for best original song. And earned. It was name of the song. Bridget Jones diary, the double wears Prada also nominated here. A couple of surprising ones for you borat. Under what category best best picture. It was nominated for the best adapted. Screenplay two thousand seven your heavens and men in black was also nominated for an Oscar. An incredibly and apparently how the Grinch stole Christmas. The Jim Carey one won an Oscar had to be for makeup. That's what it was. Yeah. Because they actually attribute that the part of the downfall. Of Jim Carey because he then began relying upon animation heavy makeup. Cetera and created a little bit of distance in Hollywood where folks weren't as inclined to bring him on. He's turned to painting as being his. We haven't seen him in ages. He did a Netflix or a Hulu or Showtime where he portrayed like mister Rogers host bad Santa. Anyway, right here isn't done. A lot of great commercial stuff. I can't believe now that was a terrible way. And I brought it up because I I remembered you saying that I it's funny. My family actually enjoyed that version. Yeah. For some reason, there was just certain. Certain things about it. We'll still say lines from the movie. Yeah. It's funny, though, devil wears product thought was a great movie, but who is the actress again and Hathaway. Yeah. I'm not a big end Hathaway fan. I which would would devil wears Prada. Okay. Yeah. And I just can't seem to warm up. Now for me in that movie. It was Emily blunt. I thought was tremendous as the shall I say. A bitchy a coworker of hers that was that was a great part of the movie. Yeah, it was Meryl Streep nominated for best actress from that movie. But she lost to Helen Mirren that year who played Queen Elizabeth. Oh, the Queen right. Yeah. Yeah. And there's a couple of others on here, south park bigger longer longer and uncut. It was nominated for an Oscar in two thousand lost to. Lost out to I must've been like, the animated one animated Toy Story or something. Babe. The pig movie was nominated for seven Oscars. Wow. Best best barbecue ribs. Yeah. Yeah. A little after the show. Yeah. There's always movies get left out. But some of those that do actually get nominated and they'll do actually win are surprising. I understand that you can nominate ten movies and the academy nominated only eight. This year. Interesting. They run out of movies. Not enough out there. Light on the nominations..

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"maresca" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

Punch Up The Jam

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"maresca" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam

"Hip hop. I also think interesting because I think the lyrics of the song feel incredibly hip hop like the way she Rams like an older version of me with pervert it. And like the the love that you gave that we made was an it's very some sort of inverted language in. That's really cool. Yeah. Great. I think that's thing about her. She is like, really brilliant. Extremely it's like she was doing this very young. So not only is it mature sort of content wise and lyrically, but it's like to be a pop star. I guess it's obvious like she was a pop star very young because she's amazing time. Yeah. Like, she set the trend for visionary that I could be who I am now in nineteen ninety four as this is just to understand what this song is in the context of the time of the time and to be like a nineteen year old wrote this song, I would just be fucking floored. It is unbelievable. And also again like she's not traditional really anyway, the fence again, she doesn't look like the rest of the pop star. I mean, like she she's kind of she's still hot as hell commercial rule nontraditional and she's again Canadian. Thing. And then Maresca careful I love Canadians, but it just is bizarre. When that crosses over. Feel fleet has an American anger. It just feels like an American anger. American anchors should be the title of your site. My fifth novel. A very good point though in simply put an American great one hundred percent, great king, Katie get this angry and Canada. I don't think so. Okay. So now shits about to pop. Await we didn't even the feeder thing. So what I wanted to say. Is there to say I wanted to say that I for the purpose of the punch-up? I truly was like I think it would be funny. If I just got it down to a specific movie based on what we know about the relationship. So I tried to do an investigation. But then I saw there was a comedian named Josh patent who was already done investigation, and he basically goes into like, I'll we'll probably tweet a link to this. But I think it is so interesting because he basically nails down the time relationship to about October through July of ninety two and ninety three than nails down the movies to say like, it wouldn't be a popular movie wouldn't be something playing the holidays. It probably isn't certain types of movies because he's not gonna stick suck during like, Tom, and Jerry or something so he kneels down to ten movies. And then concludes that the movie that she got that she gave him head during is body of evidence starring Madonna and Willem Defoe used to have that VHS. Lantis assigned at this time to Madonna's record label. Tickets. This is probably a premier. He's like look it costs us nothing kicked out. Darpa was cool that tissue was like. Oh head. Absolutely. That's what the movie is four anyway. Wow. Thank you for your research Patton. I literally was like you should see the notepad document house. Like, this is exactly how. String all over your room might as well. Okay. Are we ready to move on? Now. Let's okay. She..

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