17 Burst results for "Mariscos"

"mariscos" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

07:07 min | 9 months ago

"mariscos" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Did you know that. There's like one room in a haunted house. That's the heart of the haunting. Yeah kinda yeah. Epicenter haunting goes down. Like the whole house be haunted. But you know that owned that you can't go in right right. Oh my house. Oh so you just like it's haunted all over. It's like no no the murder. Whatever happened in and you know the kitchen so that yeah yeah. That's the hot dog and so they have. That was the whole the whole exercise that we need to go and figure out which one of these rooms is the heart of the haunting and then we have to go in there and try to you know do whatever the thing that makes it sound like a romantic. No no no. No i mean if you romancing a ghost or garib. Ucr rod stewart weighing on. Is it cheating with a ghost. Yeah but it's not it's not as not cheating. That's what i said too. Yeah we're we're right is wrong. Yeah i think we were on the wrong side of history with everybody else said Said yes it's cheating block. People said it was cheating. I don't think so I think monogamy is overrated anyway Yeah especially what goes especially with goes. Yeah i mean it really. The answer is it's like what is your partner. say right. yeah like issue cool with it. Is he got going on names. It goes is this fair body. Would your partner. I'd like to go swell. you know. Open our minds if not if it's tony little ghosts yeah. Ghost is is very possessive. Some you know maybe different. Maybe you could try pearl yeah. I liked the possessive ghost. I don't like that. I'm a free spirit rob. I don't mean nobody like walls to try to catch me doing me leaving my life. The possessive ghost is possessive. And then you get possessed. They're not going to be like. I can have pearled possess me I mean that's like the epitome of being Possessive possessive is so possessive. I'm taking over. You don't like that you know like clingy Yeah nerve you've been chapelle and labor. Why didn't you call me back all right now. I'm taking over you your your body absolutely not absolution gone. This is pearl. No i need them more. I mean i need more like understand. These pearly amorous mariscos shapiro. I'm pearl who get in the bathtub and never get in the bathtub. Navigated about up. You're making light of this and this is a very serious paranormal exercise. That we're trying to convince you. Complete here rob girl up. Should we do this like Maybe like do have like five of the podcasters. All started a youtube series. Okay we'll fly and we'll send like different podcasters into the haunted houses. Yeah i call though. Do you want to won't be on his team. Yeah me and you got it. Don't wanna be dick jones. Yeah yeah well. I mean this is really like the celebrity paranormal experiment They really tried to recreate. Scooby doo. 'cause there's a lot of like Aright let's split up all right you to go in here. The three of us will stay back here. No good good ghost now. Don't compare this one and scooby doo. Most of those those off fake was shenanigans. It was the you know the angry farmer and all the other stuff and in a mask also are splitting. Up wasn't really to solving mysteries. Which is like a ploy for fred. Daphne alone and i hated it and so like yeah. I like oh yeah with bell. And she wasn't she got set off shaggy in the dog and then she lost. Yeah what she was. Rarely with with fred. And daphne still be check upstairs. Me and daphne check the master bedroom. We need to have checked the hat to you. And scooby shaggy go outside the graveyard jennings this mattress as this out the heater off the charts right now. You damn right. It is rob. We have to get to the conclusion activity by your. Yeah your after here. Which i this is a very serious matter. So what they ended up doing. Is they come back together and say okay. We gotta find the heart of the hajj. We've complete the investigation. Now we have to go to the role. That was the worst rooms. And it's not the pattern room where you know we're nailed died. Even though tony still can't shake the feeling of their straightjacket. it's not you know godfrey. He completely uncomfortable. He doesn't care he wants to go to wherever the easiest rome is But they end up looking to go. I wanna say went back to the operating room right. Maybe it wasn't padded room. They went back to. Yeah yeah no actually. You're right tony. Tony was the one who said. Listen there straightjacket. Got the better of me. Let's go back to the patio. No they ended up having to go to this big box in the in the in the base camp or whatever. They opened the box and has instructions. It has a like scrawl and has some leather restraints. Yeah yeah pro. The kiki goes while right. Yeah this is. This is exactly what we're talking about here and then we had something here that i've never heard of before the channeling scrawl. Yes you gotta channel your psychic energy and that's what they have to do So they end up going to the padded room or whatever. Tony's backseat old tricks. Just making light of everything we just freaking tracy out but they get there and then they have to follow the instructions that they got out of the box so they have to focus the groups sake abilities to making a connection that lead their hands on the scroll so they don't break the second link Yeah and then they were asking questions. Yeah say that opened the door to the world beyond and call the spirit trapped in the place and through this token of your path. They say like the little ritual say they say yeah they say the thing and they asked if she knows that she's dead and she knows if there's other spirits with them the goes to answer. I mean they are trying to get a conversation just bawling. Do you know that you are dead. Like let's keep moving. Yeah well she didn't say anything so we'll just take that as maybe and it's like are you angry. Are you in pain. You wanna hurt us. And before i didn't get to all the questions rob the temperature changes again. It's not freezing anymore. It's so hot. And rachel has a scratch on her face scratch..

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"mariscos" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

07:58 min | 9 months ago

"mariscos" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"Initials according to reuters dot com argo Washington july sentencing. Some fans play scramble for cover at a professional baseball game in washington on saturday. Night as the sound of gunfire filled station and police later said several people had been shot outside. It was not clear to fence. Initially if the shooting was inside the complex videos of the incident shared on social media so so fans crowding into the third base. Dugout the district of columbia's Metropolitan police department had earlier said on twitter. That two people were shot outside of the ballpark. It said in a followups. We data to additional victims associated with the incident. Walt eight suit area hospitals for treatment of gunshot wounds media report later said the number of people shot was revised down to three the baseball game. That had been in progress between the washington. Nationals and the san diego padres was suspended as a result of the shooting. Play is expected to resume on sunday followed by regularly scheduled game. The shooting occurred in six innings. The washington post reported that a man was shot in lay and a woman was shot in the back with wounds nasa said to be life threatening citing the police Oh boy this is crazy man. Like this is very crazy to me man for me to hear and you know really hope really hoping that they'll pull through as not serious and stuff so anyway All right all right so we are talking about this. Whole thing with the whole mass sting the rate Okay so this is according to the la times here or students so according to the la times Goes like this The morning and welcome to the central california newsletter. It's friday july sixteenth Mariscos marissa gerber Filling in for justin rey mass will be the law of the land in los angeles again at the grocery store a couple weeks ago. I looked up from my car in the produce section in notice. something. I hadn't seen in law. Strangers chains a lot of them for a while after the indoor Requirement was lifted. Most people are sore came inside wearing some type of face covering but with each week is seem more and more people were dropping. The mask said starting saturday. That will no longer being option with corona virus cases among unvaccinated people rising to distressing levels. La county health officials will gain required all residents regardless of their vaccination status to wear a mask in indoor public spaces. The mandate will go into to effectively saturday night. Although overall case counts remain relatively low compared earlier in the pandemic dare has been a sizeable increase in cases in hospitalizations in l. a. county similar hop similar jumps have also happened in our in san diego and san bernardino counties giving the upward trend presence of the highly infectious delta. Variant local health officials said. They couldn't wait to at end. That more extreme steps might be necessary down the road. Anything is on the table if things continue to get worse said. Dr monty davis. La county's health officer. Here's the latest on the pandemic. The university of california told students day must be vaccinated for class according to the los angeles times of course folks Us education secretary Cardona spoke to the times about how education inequities whining during the pandemic los angeles times these twelve lawmakers be forced to say what whether they've been vaccinated. La officials tell residents especially those who aren't unvaccinated to reconsider travel plans to nevada in florida. And now here's what's happening across counterpoint. okay Health ending vomit has california's first. Mega afar of the year arrived will anyway. I'm not gonna really get into all of this Oh boy was see list. us Okay warmers in nearly the one hundred thousand aitken milestone san diego county is launching a climate plan designed to cut carbon emissions to zero by twenty thirty five with the l. sa- gundel blue butterfly survive with after decades of habitat destruction. These butterflies the size of a tom. There remain on the federal list of endangered species He dreamed of building a refuge for free spirits so he bought cheap property and gathered ran supplies a nine hundred forty six. Ups truck a huge of doors and zamboni dan Arrived crime in courts. Federal authorities filled criminal charges against a napa doctor who they say was selling fake. Covert nineteen vaccination cards in pellets. She allegedly told nope patients would give them immunity. Okay every time. I hear stories like this as far as people tried to give a fake vaccination cards and stuff. Like i'm really. This is so fucking Gassing to me. And i really. I just wish people we actually do better man. Like why in the hell would you go to all this trouble. Making fake vaccination cards and it has for the mass mandates and stuff like that actually makes sense because as i previously told the but in fifty six is that we cannot. We cannot afford to be on a second lock down because if that happens unemployment will be on the rise again. people are going to end up being fatigue. People are gonna be you know having a mental health issues. go up. suicide.

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"mariscos" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

05:09 min | 10 months ago

"mariscos" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"mariscos" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"mariscos" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Bad. I am i wrong. That was bad before we go. We got some feel good friday stories for you. First up is a flashback. Now remember the two thousand three jack black classic movies school rock well to those kids from that movie are grown up and dating angelo musalia and caylin hail have been together since two thousand eighteen. He see rubert reboot. Relationships can work. I found out they were trending. He posted it was fun. Being social media's couple for the day for those about to take talk we salute you. You say this is eighteen years later it can happen. Wow that is so true. Do you guys watch law and order. Svu yes okay. This one's going to tickle. Your fancy. tv is giving props to a young girl who saved herself from kidnapping things to something. She learned on law and order. Svu eleven year. Old eliza who have been watching that show off her attacker and smeared him with the blue slime she had been playing with the later helped police identify him. Mariscos surprised her this morning on. Nbc's today show. I just want to tell you how blown away me and all of my squad are. And i think the whole world right now that you had forethought in the wherewithal to do you did awesome. It's crazy to me. But what smear in the slime on him do. What does that do when they went to look for him and they were looking for the jacket she knew this year she fought back and then she puts the slime more forever. And you can find a kind of like the bank money and explore. Yes smart little girl. That's how i was. You know. I can get out of a burning house with a toothpick housi- macgyver. Everyone loves good food truck. So how about one where. Your ardour is delivered by. Man's best friend. Thanks golden retriever delivers. That is cute. Best self control boo self control. Because i think what i put it in his mouth. They've already had him and he takes. It is just by doing it for years old puppy. Yes elder abuse over there. You couldn't get mad if the dog ate your afraid of doll. We gotta go you guys. Don't forgive the wildest fashion from billboard music awards and all the best moments you didn't see on tv. Check us out on monday chrishell. We loved you..

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"mariscos" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"mariscos" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"mariscos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"mariscos" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"They were hugely successful. Conserve Oil filed a friend of the court brief in the Florida case that kept more than 700,000 ex felons from voting. This was something that Floridians had decided. Should happen. Ex felon should be able to vote by an overwhelming majority. I think it was close to two thirds majority in 2018. And then there was this attempt to sort of say, well, they have to pay their fines. A result of that was some 700,000 people who estimated 100,000 people who couldn't vote. So when you look at the numbers in Florida, and you Add 700,000. You can see what a tremendous wild card is, so they that is much more easy to be successful In some way, it's getting people to not vote. Once people have cast votes, it's much harder to stop. The Count's. It's really, really hard, and even Bush v. Gore was even though it was decided in bushes favor. Ah was technically in a case where Trump Wass ahead. And preserving that count. My guests are Andrew. Excuse me. I said Trump my guess Andrea Bernstein and Ilya mariscos of trumping podcast least episode kind of focuses on the three major themes that have emerged. On the Trump administration that sort of mirror and adjacent to the Trump organization. We just talked about litigation. You talk about conflict of interest and financial disclosure norms. Let's go into that next, Ilya. You refer to Trump's decision not to disentangle himself from his financial interests, as quote the original sin of the Trump presidency. How do his other conflicts and sort of the business ization of the presidency stem from this? Well, it sets an example. You know? Ah, If the president says I don't need to fully divest, I can run my business and have my company and do both of those things at the same time. It sends a signal to other people in government. And what we've seen is that a number of people who've served in his government Ah, not only failed to divest their businesses in a in a timely way, but they really didn't suffer any consequences for it. So We talked at length about Wilbur Ross. He's the Commerce secretary. Commerce secretary is not a position. I think that a lot of Americans spend a lot of time thinking about, but it's actually quite an important position. Among other things, the Commerce secretary is in charge of the weather service on labor statistics. Unemployment rates stuff like that. Ah, and this. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has also been a lead actor in tariff negotiations with China. Well, One of the things that we've learned is that Wilbur Ross, who had a whole life in the private equity business before going into government did not fully divest his Chinese interests. Before engaging in tariff talks with the Chinese were in a trade war trade war of choice that Donald Trump started with the Chinese and his Pointman Wilbur Ross has retained actually a number of interests. I think he has now divested them, but he took his time. In making those divestments and There was a period when those interests were simply not known part of part.

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"mariscos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"mariscos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"mariscos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"mariscos" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"mariscos" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

ROADIUM RADIO

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"mariscos" Discussed on ROADIUM RADIO

"An outcast. I was listening to Wu-Tang back in the day. Like I was listening to a bunch of that stuff. You know what I mean? So that's I guess that's how some of my flow was just kind of different a little different from the other ones. You know what I mean? Yeah, and I mean grew up in the streets so I kind of messed it a little bit with a little bit of this and now they kind of yeah. Yeah, that's that's what gave him my my own personality again. Yeah. So yeah, so obviously he put the stamp of approval on it off. Yeah. He definitely if he didn't like it wasn't going on. It wasn't going on but for the most part he didn't never disapproved of a lot stuff, you know, when it came from either ride my stuff or sometimes I'll juice. Pull up on you know, we weren't even doing nothing. I hate. Look at this. I just wrote this what you think real quick, you know beyond that's good not say too much, but he just be like, all right, that's cool. Okay, that's good. What about when it finally came to perform with him. How did that go for you while I start doing like just ad-libbing for the group? You know, I mean, okay and I guess that kind of broke me in a little bit, you know what I mean? But throughout that whole time. I mean don't get me wrong. I was a nervous cat, you know, I mean, was just I'm not good with rejection, you know, never have been or whatever, you know, so they'll just being in front of a lot people just kind of made me nervous. I don't know how to perform I need about how to wage board, right? You know, I had a I just I didn't want to look like the Oddball, you know what I mean? So I mean little by little I worked out it worked out. Yeah, you know, you mentioned faith that he's like horses, you know, go to the heater horse track races. What is one thing? I mean, didn't know that okay about him, you know, what is one thing that you being so close to him and knowing him so long About him that you can share that maybe most people don't know about him about him. Is there anything that comes to mind that there's something about him that you know that you know, Mom keep playing know now you could have said that about the horse but I think I actually even heard that people told me that he was really into like horses. So and we know he was a Raiders fan death my heart. I went to like to gain greater Raider games on em and stuff and now it's like, you know, that was like kind of like after we did that one. Well, you know the Raiders for life and stuff and and we weren't the only ones bumping actually we had a DJ like a DJ speaker there with a big receive or whatever. We're just man he had his dad there on one occasion. He had his dad there. Yeah. So his dad went with us, you know, he was a pretty cool experience manager stated. It was nice. It a good feeling of that. You know, you got your family right there and y'all just National with each other, you know, Marvin was good. There's no I guess to app my question. Okay, we see them on stage. We see them off. We hear his songs. We've heard the songs on radio. What is one thing that you can say that maybe people don't know about him but in private you do like what is he in private life when he's not on stage when he's not in the studio. He acquire guy. What is it like to watch? You know what I'm saying? Yeah. Well most of the time I mean his in his in the house, he was just like he's off Sports, you know, I mean, basically, okay just in a sports love playing cards, you know, I mean World Series of Poker always watch that shitposter. Yeah, we watched that to him. Yeah, bro. He was he definitely worth a Gambling Man, you know, I mean, I mean, he wasn't one of those dudes I needed help and stuff like that, but he definitely if he had a chunk of money. You best believe he's going to go try flip that real quick. You know, I mean, really? Yeah, definitely. I mean he he was always reading. What is it the form racing forms and stuff. Yeah every damn day every day. I mean if there's a race coming up next week, he look at the forms. He he's study him. You know, I mean the length of the horse how far went and when did he speed up when he hit the third corner? I mean, you know what? mean? Like, it's he just studied every anything he did. He really studied. He did a lot of homework on song. I mean, that's one of the biggest things that I remember about him, you know aside from just loving to go eat food and should just like all of us do yeah. I mean he had a spots for breakfast for lunch for dinner. I mean, you know, I mean, that's what we love doing. You know, this might be a weird question. What kind of food do you like? Was he a big Mexican dude Mariscos, you know, no money schools. Okay now he he ain't no don't put noisestorm front of his face and none of that night. He's a definitely Mexican Mexican food type guy like the chili verde sauce like a lot of breakfast too. You know, I mean like that Diner type breakfast Grocery and me. Oh, yeah. Yeah, he used to love that stuff man. They all lived at the whole family's in breakfast room. You catch them in the late afternoon wage. Breakfast, you know, so we are here but breaks for breakfast dinner because for lunch a man..

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"mariscos" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"mariscos" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Now, our water quality bill cares about water quality that affect our daily life or anything, but yeah, y'all in Sarasota. You know, we talk on the air all the time, John. About how we don't spend enough time South Highway. What an absolutely awesome part of our state is that just just took you down there. You just You just fallen in love with the area. You just you and nine for one guy. Now you just thought a little stay cation. I mean, lots That's a nice beaches, this side of say of the of the bridge as well. So Is that fruit loop cocktail? Really? Yeah. No, that was that was definitely ah, att. Least 25% of the reason we're excited to go down there. My lady and I is the global are absurd. The Panji alchemy lab they do. They do really unique drinks, and it's technically a restaurant. So they were able to stay open with with social distancing place. So that's nice. Yes, definitely. You know, reason toe, you know, head down there for a couple days is that is that fruit loop drink? I mean, that that was that was like the icing on the proverbial cake. Oh, yeah. What kind of cake do you have? What flavor was it? Um, if you know what I'm saying, I know. I know you're saying I would just I would politely decline. To Ah, you guys meet up with anybody. While you're down there Like any friends, any listeners I met with my friends Mike and Tracy. We met. We met them on Saturday before our plans. Dollar Jack Dusty, which is a cool little spot, The Ritz Carlton down, though. Yeah, we walked there. Well, you would think 3/10 of a mile. That's not that far from the hotel into go where we say great hotel. 3/10 of a mile in 97 degree heat walking through construction Pretty hot. We're sweating pretty hard when we got there. That's a 97 degree, you know, temp with a feels like 147. No doubt, Eh? So, yeah, we hung. We saw my friends Maiken Tracy, for sure. Cool. They're great. Everything cool in the face. He liked it like like like Jack does what he was up on the on the up and up, drank a $25 siren their own. The only serve you two of those because because there's a lot about calling him. Booze infused cubes. A lavender. Oh, wow. I'm pretty maxed up fruit. Yeah, we maxed out and then then we went on to our to our plans. Oh, yeah? Yeah. Or they like You know, we just We want to go down there and, ah We just had something to do down there. My girl and I. Oh, yeah. Who was that? How is that It was cool. It was a lot of fun. You're something wrong with your mike Probably, But it was It was fun. I mean, you know, it's a good time. No. Mother. All of my might. Nice. Beautiful. She was She was a nice lady. Do my girl. Yeah, she's awesome about I know her. I know her very well. Very lucky. I know. I know. Yes, She's just crazy about you is the best loves you, but has not not friend her. I know her well, right. The other friends. Well, I mean, We didn't. We didn't meet up with a friend because we didn't quite Did you make any friends? Yes. Wolf. Singular. Yes. You made a friend. I made a friend. Both of you. You and your you and your lady Both made friends of of Ah, man. No! Oh, no. Good God, no, no, we we Ah! We made a friend. Yes, we We met a friend, though. That's awesome. Like friends. How many of us have them? Yeah. How good of friends that good enoughto worried. Maybe you did You invite her to stay over at your hotel? Was she that good of a friend? You jump right to that. Well, I mean, there was no Ah Really? No invitation extended No formal calligraphy. Okay, so she stayed. You guys just had some drinks, met over the friend and then just left her behind. So Whoa, Whoa, whoa, whoa. No, I I just leave it at we made a friend. Way met a friend. We made a friend and it was. It was very I didn't come back to the hotel. I didn't say that. Okay? Just said there was no invitation. Just gonna just gonna check my messages. If I should not talk about anything I don't think we're doing Spanish is feeling good. Oh, he is good and feeling okay today. Lorries and no nothing. Just just, you know, whatever is whatever you're comfortable talking about. Just just trying to dissect the weekend. A little bit of nausea. What? Since When do you start speaking French on this rather live alone. Who are you? Are you, Clark? Very well. Thank you very much. Is the Clark We know Clark. Or is there another Clark in this great world of ours? Oh, I'm sure there's several, but I think I'm the one that you know. All right. What's up, dude? I have a travel recommendation for your next time. You want to get down in that part of the state a little bit further south to the Venice area is AH place called Caspersen Beach, which looks like what I imagine floating like in the 19 fifties. There's no high rises. There's no Strip malls. I think the biggest buildings like a two story old school motel, and it's beautiful. Well, I believe just not not to cancel culture anything, but I believe they have renamed that because, of course, Casper the friendly ghost. What color is he? Right? So you know s O because of Political correctness. It's not Caspersen speech. It's Ah, all ghost speech now and and I look forward to visiting that area very shortly at all Ghost speech. Well, I was based not on being a huge racist, but I ate a couple of really good restaurants changing the subject and conspicuously, Mariscos Azteca is in a strip mall off Tuttle Road. And they made some blackened grouper fajitas and dream. Panji alchemy I mentioned and man, you know, I love brunch Radio Station 400 just outside the downtown Sarasota area. I believe a cinnamon Sure. Oh, French toast. I had a Greek. Okay. What do you think? A Greek omelet? You just think of. Ah, you think of like maybe some Kalamata olives? Oh, really? You think about Yeah. The euro meet No, euro me. But you think of some feta cheese some spinach. Um They had at Station 400. Greek omelet. I had him hold the olives because I don't like all this. I love him. I know. So Ah, picture if.

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"mariscos" Discussed on Lymphedema Podcast

Lymphedema Podcast

08:55 min | 2 years ago

"mariscos" Discussed on Lymphedema Podcast

"Liberty and liberty my community and one thing I really Wanna point out in Kinda give you a little bit of credit for is that on the Olympic Divas website. I love that you guys provide lymph Dima Education to people who are. They're browsing on your website. So one Kudos does to you guys for really kind of sticking to the cause and sticking to the education for others who are trying to learn about lymph Dima in the compression and and I want to point out that you have a lot of really helpful topics on the website a lot of the questions. We've already covered about why it's important Gordon. To be aware of the Lymph de Mariscos and when people should wear compression sleeve so one thing I really want to point out and talk about is the aid. Can you tell us a little bit more about that on the website. Sure so our fitters aid APP is something that we ahead developed a number of years ago and it kind of came to life for a few different reasons. The the big one was you know we we had originally fit our garments the same way. Everybody else does where let's say we're talking about his sleeve. We had three measurement points the risk the farm arm and the BICEP that you would measure circumference around and then see what size range you fit into Now this is not an exact Zac science there with with all of that and what we came to understand as we got into this business was when a manufacturer says something is twenty to thirty millimeters of mercury or thirty to forty millimeters of mercury. All that means at the compression begins somewhere inside that range at the at the wrist. It does not tell you where in the range of begins nor does it confirm whether or not it's actually graduating getting less compression as you move up up towards your shoulder So what would happen. Is We get people who call in and say hey I fit into a small wrist but medium forearm what size garment. What do I wear and what we would do is take out our testing equipment? We would find tubes that were approximations of these sizes that the customer was giving us and we would place all of our compression garments on them and measure the amount of compression getting delivered at each of those it was points their circumference is And this was really helpful. Let us understand what was happening inside the garment and then applying that to figure. Now what size would be best for somebody and this was a good process but it was incredibly time consuming and so what we eventually did. Was We measured the full curve uh of circumference and compression for garments so that we could take anybody's measurements at each of those points in plot out approximately how much compressions getting delivered. And then a few years ago we turn this into an application. That now lives on our website so that you can put in your measurements that you've taken the level of compression that your therapist has recommended and it'll present the options start within the range that's being requested by the therapist and that do who graduate appropriately as you move up the arm and then each selection you can pick and you can see what those values already measurement point to help other funding into or be able to move up or down with in a compression class to find something that fits and as effective for you individually individually as a therapist. I think that is genius and mind-blowing uh-huh I mean there have been so many times where I've tried to fit a patient. Where garment out of the sizing chart and and you know they they're smaller they're medium or medium and large and they kind of fall in that range and I've literally just gone? You know just flip. Flip the coin. Because I don't know how to guide them you know. Do you want it to be smaller to where the size say. It's a lower part of your arm. The lower part of your arm is at risk for increased volume. Because it's going to push lymph lymphatic. Fluid takes the path of least resistance if there's more freedom in the forearm your arm. Are you moving some of that. Fluid downward into the forearm so that the upper arm gets the correct compression gradient or do you switch at the other way around and it's too tight at the top and then it's uncomfortable they don't wear it and in non compliant and you know you've done everything for not so fitters aid actually blows my mind and the and the other way that we've thought about it. Is You know the the this isn't clothing that you're buying. You're not buying a small Maltese shirt or a medium t-shirt these are medical devices. It doesn't matter what the label on of the sizes. What matters is how much compression is it actually being delivered at each of those points and so you know we are able to fit by delivery of compression in not just by what size is does it happen to say on the box? That's awesome. Well One more question for you in your opinion and based on the information from from the Olympic Divas website win. Would you recommend getting into compression when you have a diagnosis of breast cancer. So there there's a couple of ways that we look at this First and foremost you should be as a patient discussing. This is with your physician or with a trained lymph Dima therapist They're the ones that can best guide you in figuring figuring out when you should really be starting but the idea here and this is something that we really believe in here at length of divas is getting ahead of this getting into that preventative stage so mean you know prior to surgery going in and getting measurements taken to get a baseline of what. Your limit is prior to any damage to the lymphatic system. So whether that's measurements with a measuring tape whether or it is measurements using a L. decks type device where they're able to measure the time that it takes electrical current to run through the limb Whatever that is getting that baseline can be very helpful? Now wants that damaged. The system has occurred whether it is post surgical after an actually no dissection sentinel node biopsy. That is the time where now something has changed in your body and this is is where I think. It's very helpful to talk to your doctor or therapist did for a garment at this point so that you can immediately begin some preventative activities to lower potential risk of initial onset. Now I also understand that this is a time where you were actively going through treatments treatments and it can be hard to add another layer on top of that but at least understanding and being educated that something has changed. You should be aware of at least a consideration of this. If you don't want to consider it at this point that can be a decision that is made between you and your medical medical advisory team but not educating people at least at the minimum of hey just see you know here are some information you know. We have an education guide that we've put Out that is sort of a nicer entry into understanding the risks of lymphoma what it means and help guide that conversation position that you will hopefully have with your medical team. I couldn't have said it better myself. Education at least is the best thing you can the very beginning. And that's I think you know an area that we really try to live in the that's why we have a lot of that content on our website website. We we really want to get information in front of people so that they can determine what is a reasonable decision for them and what they they would like to do and what they are willing to do but doing so with as much data as possible both in terms of things that we definitely know about an also things that are a little softer That that you know they still understand that the decisions in the tools that they're using to make those decisions are not black and white Josh. Thanks so much for being on the podcast with me today..

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"mariscos" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

14:02 min | 3 years ago

"mariscos" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Patent Oswald in happy the series on scifi. What Christopher Maloney welcomed the fresh air. You know? What fun? It must be to play this guy. It's like you pull out all the stuff. And I always wonder when actor say, well, I read the script and I loved it. How you can look at stuff on paper. And imagine what the production's going to be like, even in a more traditional dramatic film this one because it involves animation and just such wild mixes of action. I had you see it. How'd you picture? Well, first of all my biggest concern was what was on the page would not be watered down. I'd seen that before. And I just is like, you know, this is one of my last rides doing. Extremely physical outlandish kind of thing. And I just wanted everyone to be on the same page of if if we're going to do this. Let's do it. Right. Let's really portray what's on that page, and we did. So I felt as though it was we had nothing to lose. We just go full out and let the audience decide so in these scenes where crazy things are happening. A lot of physical violence and all kinds of argument and part of it involves this this animated unicorn floating in the air. You don't see anything? You're just imagining it you're talking to nobody. I actually am talking to our script. Supervisor Tony who does his own wonderful rendition of what happy should sound like. So he helps me. You know with with the beats. But at the end of the day what's refreshing for me and empowering I must say is be- is because I don't have a true co star. I get to kind of lead the parade. You I lead the scene. I guide it to where I think it needs to go. Because I in the moment, I don't have patent Oswald. Giving me his genuine reaction to whatever I say he has to do that later in post in the studio so wherever I look is where the animators say themselves. Oh, okay. So maybe happy darts back and forth here, and that's because my head went left right left. Right. So it's kind of nice for me. So all co-stars never late to the set. I think I heard you say moment ago that you you saw this as one of your last rides in this kind of big physical role. Why you're man? Thank you very much. I appreciate that. I. I think maybe it's my injuries. I'm kind of on the. Yeah. Labeled the D L. I my shoulder has been in. I've been rehabbing my shoulder for eighteen months. I have a torn meniscus in my left knee. So I was the second season. I was hobbling about a bit as you know. So. I'll get back into training. I'll get back in tip top shape. And we'll see how season three goes. But I just found that, you know, a beating bad guys running around tossing people over tables at thirty seven is a far cry different than doing it at fifty seven. This is fresh air. And we're speaking with actor Christopher Maloney. He stars in the SCI fi channel series happy which airs Wednesday nights at ten. Talk a little bit about your background. You grew up in DC, Washington DC, right? Middleclass family went to school in Colorado studied dramas that. Right. I studied drama, but I walked out of there with a BA in history. Right. And how did you get into serious acting? Serious acting. The kind of thing where you're not doing it for fun like maybe I can make a living here. Maybe this could be my thing, I took some acting classes as a lark, you know, in college, and I liked it. And I actually thought to myself my God, I I'm pretty good at this. But even more importantly to me, I realized how little I knew. And there was something to learn. There was an art here. And I was very curious about it by father was a doctor, and I just didn't think that I could ask him to pay for my college tuition. So I could take costuming and makeup and all that. I just didn't think he'd appreciate that. So I didn't major in it. I took as many classes, I couldn't that was that. I graduated that was it. I went home promptly went back to a construction site because that's the only job basically, the only job I ever had through high school and college every summer I'd get try and get a construction job. But this time I didn't have caused college to rescue me. So I was a little bit depressed. I was calling around to figure out what guys were doing would might. Old classmates from high school were doing with their lives, and I call the behi- school, buddy. And I said, what are you? What are you doing? What are you doing with your life? And he said, I'm going up to New York to study acting. And I thought oh my God. Well, if you can do that. So can I I asked him for the number. I called up the the neighborhood playhouse, and I flew up the next day and interviewed with them. Yeah. That's a serious acting school. Right. Yeah. Yeah. And in the interview, it was for the summer program summer school program in the interview. I'll never forget this. The guy told me to calm. He he said you've just relax. You've gotta calm down. I was so desperate. I think of I think of Richard Gere in an officer and a gentleman worry tells LUKA junior. I've got nowhere else to go. Right, right. I remember the moment of is right for. I'll never forget I go. My god. I'm living the Richard Gere off certain gentlemen life right now. So you got in. But I mean, you didn't immediately start getting big paid roles. Right. I mean, you have to support yourself in New York. Yeah. I was a bouncer and a bartender and the trainer and Neo sleeping on people's couches. And. I was America's favorite guests for the six. I six months, you're a bouncer. I know that you played football in high school. So did you ever have to toss people out of bars? I did I did there were a lot of interesting moments that happened. Yeah. I I was at the bitter end and KENNY'S castaways which are KENNY'S is no longer there. But the bitter end is pretty iconic right down there on bleaker street in the village. But. If anything I'm the worst bouncer to have because I'm six feet about two hundred. So, you know, I'm I'm big, but not you know, you're not tower tower. You know, I'm not you look at me, and I'm the perfect size for most guys ago. Well, you're not that big. You think you're tough sounds like a really do we have to do to do this. So yeah, I tossed a few people out. Tossed more people out with help from my friends. So yeah. So you were working as a bouncer and other jobs, and you're you're working on your craft in the classes, and then you're going to dishes, you wanna work. What did you learn about how to what dish? What it absolutely separate art? It was from actual acting. And at the end of the day. It was more of a. Zen practice and a psychological you defined psychological. Tricks for yourself. To. Did you check yourself into confidence and to almost manipulate the room? And if you're trying to please them, it's just like any relationship. You're toast. You have to who am I what vis-a-vis this character? And this is it, and once you do that once you're able to do that all of a sudden, you go into additions feeling more empowered and you walk out being far more satisfied and empowered ripping with Christopher Maloney. He stars in the SCI fi channel series happy which airs Wednesday nights at ten. We'll talk more in just a moment. This is fresh air. This is fresh air. And we're speaking with actor Christopher Maloney. He stars in the SCI fi channel series happy which airs Wednesday nights at ten. Well, you wanna to talk about law and order, which is probably the role. You're I assume best known for we spent what twelve seasons there and you worked as detective Elliot stabler working on special victims crimes with Murska heart play. She played your partner. Will you guys? Go the whole time you were there. Yeah. Yeah. We we screen tested together. We tested for the role together. There were six actors two didn't know each other beforehand. No, no. Why do you think you got the part? Oh, boy, you know. All the actors who screen tested were great. But this is one of the rare moments when I walked in with Mariscos, first of all we were walking down the hall, and I was telling her joke telling her story that was a funny story, and we walked into the room with all the suits and all the decision makers. And I said said guys let me just finish the story. And from that the chutzpah I thought about it after. But that was the idea of you guys will hold on because we got control the room we're in here, and we got control of everything we're going to control the the scene in our characters, and it was pretty obvious even though I hadn't seen what the others had done. I just I walked out of that room going while that was that was it. I wanted to play a clip here in this scene. You are as detective stabler interrogating child. Rapist who's been eluding you for years. He's played by Matthew Modine and the scene begins with you. If the statement leaning right into the suspects face. What kind of person you loser? Get tough childhood that makes you special. You victim. You could trip. The reason you're life sucks because you. I've done nothing. Killing a little children that you've raped and murdered his that we say in a may you wanna walk through that piece of garbage? Tell me how good you are torturing children, John you got to be the killer little girl. Our guest. Christopher Maloney in law and order SVU in seen with Matthew Modine lot of intense stuff in this series. It's known that people. Do this kind of investigative work who track predators who prey on defenseless people and commit the most awful of acts. It's psychologically damaging it's hard to sustain you did this for twelve years. You aren't they will it wasn't real. But I don't have to take a toll on you. Did it affect your mood? Yes. First of all, let me just say the real SVU detectives because we toured their facilities. We've got this speak with them. Boy, they're really heroic. And they would tell us a few stories. That. Yeah. You just you. You can't believe it. It's a there are moments of true horror out there that the these civil servants try to take care of the boy, they're the heroes. So having said that we took our role seriously. And I and I say roles even in the larger context 'cause it's slowly dawned on us that there was more than just a procedural show that a larger ramifications about the messages that was being sent out the idea of sexual abuses more prevalent than being allowed to be gotten out there. This is happening every day. And we need to have a dialogue about it. And you know, I just feel as it was a very important show about touching on all aspects, whether it's gender issues. Sex abuse, spouse abuse, all these things that child abuse. Geno became less of a job in more of I wouldn't say crusade or a something larger than ourselves that right? And you know, you're doing these scripts back to back and take aides to do episode. So you know, you start on Monday and the following Wednesday you finish and Thursday. You have your new script.

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"mariscos" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

10:33 min | 3 years ago

"mariscos" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In for Robin Lundberg this morning. I'm usually have run out to breakfast. The first time I'll catch some Robin show. And then drive at home for breakfast or head now to the gym or running around. It's great big fan of Robbins and Gladys he he gets a weekend off is it spring break. Now, Robin has young children, right Anthony. Yes, he does. He's got young children. So he's probably really just enjoying a chance to sleep in. See now, I have the teenager in the house now that the ninth grader one of the things we put in place was and I said to my wife at the time no bedtime. There's no bedtime. We're going to release her on a college campus and a few years she's got to learn to manage her own Clark manage your own time. So now there's no bedtime. And she's a great student. But how she keeps the hour. She does now there's no electrons. Anthony, what about this rule? So no bedtime. Ninth grade girl. No bedtime. She wants to go to bed at one in the morning. She got a better one in the morning because she goes to a very intense academic school. So she has a lot of homework and stuff. So I said, I don't care, but the electron IX. It's ten o'clock. Mom and dad had the electron IX at ten o'clock. There's no phone no ipad. So she can go watch TV downstairs. She can do homework whatever she got. But so that's good. Socially, young people. Wait too addicted to the cellphone, right? I mean think Jaeger will probably everybody is Peter cellphone, ten o'clock ten PM, but you can go to bed. She's show. What good and watch adult swim do stuff like that. So here's something I want to tell you though, and I'm gonna be as kind as I can because I've heard some of the hosts on our network to this from year to year. Nobody cares about your bracket. Just a little public service announcement because we are less than forty eight hours from the brackets becoming a reality. Nobody cares about your bracket. Dopey that person in your office bracket guy. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Went I went fifteen in one yesterday. Going into Friday. I'm in first place in the office pool. So I found out a few numbers for you one of the reasons you don't want to be the bracket guy. Now, these are some of the statistics from the bracket challenge that ESPN ran and I found an article that was written about it. That in ninety Lillard. I'll let me see here. I want to get the numbers. Exactly. Correct. Okay. In the brackets that are run for them greater than ninety nine percent of them. The person who leads after the first day wins. So if you're winning after the first day, please be quiet. I don't need to know who you're four number one seeds are I don't need to know who you're Cinderellas. And by the way, that's a heads up to to talk radio hosts who are thinking. Wow. Monday. Tell us your toughest bracket. What region is the toughest tell us who's your five twelve upset. Tell me who's in your final four. Oh my gosh. Let's go to Bill from Cleveland pill. Tell us your final four who's your Cinderella? Oh, jeez. They're going to be words that are just gonna be emblazoned on my brain within the next few weeks on the bubble like who's on the bubble. Bubble thing goes away. We get rid of this bubble anytime soon. Because this is ridiculous. It happens every single year. Nobody cares about your bracket. Because it doesn't take any common sense. To fill out a bracket. Not at all. Does it? Take commonsense. You're going to need some luck a little bit of research a few things to your way. But overall just keep your bracket to yourself. Get involved with the brackets with your buddies. But for talk show host, please you could I'm sure you could dig up a mount Rushmore show if you don't want to do any kind of research you can dig up mount Rushmore show eight five five two one two four CBS eight five five two one two four CBS. So in the discussion of the admission scandal, which we're gonna get into next hour in a more deep dive. We get into a conversation where Kevin work in the show today run. The board starts talking about how much he loved full house. And then Anthony talking about how much he loved full house and family matters. So I just need to clean up some dirty laundry right away. Anthony your show stunk. No come on Jain they stunk. They were not they're not funny. Full house, come on uncle Jesse or the life lessons that full house torturing away you want to do the life lessons thing. That's one thing. That shows not funny. Does it hold up? Could you sit today all the catch phrases? Okay. Could you sit today and see song? Could you sit through an episode of full house today? I would watch because it meant a lot growing up. I grew up on it. So I would definitely be able to sit down and watch it. Okay. You're gonna sit and laugh at it laugh through it. Like, what's a show you like the find funny? I think it to in. At the office. Absolutely. Love the yellow like you'd like is there anything about full house that would remind you of the office as far as how will make you laugh. If you go back there is some like subtle there are some adult humor. Really? Yes, they do make some like adult references. Really? Yeah. There's a light dusting of it. But you could find it a light dusting of it. And then Kevin was targeted to fat. Kevin in our family matters guy. Are you know urkel now I was never a big fan. I know urkel though is in a couple of episodes full house, if I'm ever held hostage and someone wants to get my ATM codes Adamy time to share and put family matters and full house on. Now, the great theme song to Josh. Way renault. The theme songs are fine. I'm very kitschy with the theme songs. I I can do the theme songs and never watch show. And still know what the theme song is. There was that show. There was full house family matters. There was that balcony. Oh, perfect strangers strangers. Horrendous shows was horrendous he's classics classics. Classics. You're watching your sitting down to watch perfect strangers today. Wow. Perfect strangers is on. I'm watching it. You are not. Yes, I am. You are not great Caserta has got to have more at least sort of acumen than this. Perfect strangers full house family matters, Greg. Yes, sir. Renew my faith renew my faith in your generation again. Like these guys shows that I watched but they do not hold up. They tried watching full house and not the same. My my biggest thing with full house. Now when I put it on. I enjoy it a little bit because of the comedy that Bob saggy does because he plays his filthy absolute Phil a temple guy like myself saw the I didn't realize that here's a temple guy. Okay. Tempo. Grad, I think he's in the hall of fame, by the way for watch which at the school as a hall of fame graduate, and you are not and I'm not I'm not not that. I'm not that. I'm bothered by that at all considering some of the people that I've seen get put in. But let's move on from that. Let's move on from that. I mean, he is a he's a filthy comedian. Yeah. I love it. So you do love it. I love what he became because people have this clean cut image of Danny Tanner hosting wake up San Francisco and. Boy was he just pulling the wool over everybody's eyes. Oh, no. He was he was definitely filthy at that. Man. Cashed in on that show is still get those residuals. Oh my gosh. That's that's the that's the best thing in the world. Residuals is the greatest thing in the world. And I like that the Olsen twins have that blank stare when they get photograph. Now. Loopy is from all the money from all the money from all the jab you ever run into them in New York. Have you ever seen them around? Yeah. We hung out at a club few expect. No, you didn't you didn't hang out with the Olsen twins. You can't get behind that velvet rope. Seriously. The the one thing I'd say the residuals thing is great. I was thinking about it when we were on the set of SVU. A few weeks back in New York. And just seeing Mariscos work. And I'm thinking our friend Kelly Gitta, she's got like she's nine seasons in now. I believe eight or nine seasons on next year. And so those residuals are going to be keep her going to fund the rest of her life. But for Maresca target. Say twenty years. She is going to be like, she never. She never has to do anything the rest of her life. She could sit on the couch and eat chips sagged also played a per view. I didn't know that one of his more dark role was that early SVU or later, I can't really talk because it's been on for too long. So I don't know what's early at this point. Well, shacks trying to get a role on it. And they're gonna they're gonna try to. We're going to try to see if we can get shack on. So I don't have a problem. I think he can find his way in are coming up. You wouldn't trade this guy which in hell, yes, I would John Kincaid in for Robin Lundberg hits his show here on CBS sports radio. Here's great Caserta. Sports flash Janis put together.

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"mariscos" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"mariscos" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"She in this to know. It's depends. It's dull diapers. Oh, I'm sorry. I blanked there for a minute movie is very two thousand eight or one might say two thousand late. It's not pulling bunches on this the other thing that's weird though. So this is a two thousand eight Mike Myers. Sure. The next year he's in like really small role and inglorious bastards. This is like nobody's giving a shit about Mike Myers more. But then what's weird is you go and you look at the cast of this movie. It's gigantic everybody is in this movie is every you know, what I will people are onto other things. But there were people in this measure also the country wasn't fuck chaos at the time. We were out. We're on our last leg. We are now back in fighting shape. Funny, how the country keeps failing after a few. We were just what we were just about to get bomb in there. And we're just on the crash landing from Bush. Yeah, we were ready to Brown people. That's for sure we were very ready to Brown people June twentieth. Two thousand eight this summer blockbuster. Fucking Bush ws last days. I hope I got. Fucking movie about George W Bush's final days. Hey. In this bunker. It's like orders the love Guber to to his bunker. So he can. I was thinking more like Kirk obain that last days. Yes. W and big like a big bug sunglasses on as like that five minute long. Take of him picking Ossie wants on his barbecue. I was thinking an alternate history. Where in this movie is huge and John McCain gets like love guru crazy and rides it straight to the president's. Wow. I could see that happen could happen. My friends my favorite movie of this election cycle was the love guru. No, no, ma'am. No, ma'am. Not a not a Muslim. No, ma'am. By the way, Morice Hargin Tei, dude. Let's get into it. So his greeting is Mariscos targets that is one of the most. It's like here's what it is. If we were sitting around like that seventy show esque stone or circle sure high out of our minds one of us started doing that like without the existence of this film. Just did it as like, oh, here's a greeting. It's Meriva Harket day. We would all highly. Giggled for like, twenty seconds, and then instantly realized funny, I would stab you. I would step made this like, it's it's the thesis of the film is this greeting. It's also he gets Murska targeted to do the movie, which I imagine the phone. Call went something like Hamer's utan of U S V you thanks so much, by the way, I want you to be in this movie. Oh, yes. Peres love it. What's the joke? Well, the joke is your name sounds something. An Indian person might say. Hello. And also with her cameo silence. If this movie was intelligent at all, which it is not know because I was saying this on Twitter. I don't know if I can rampage after I watch there's a movie to be happy about. About big data. So I did block one dude. A really oh. Because he was like you tweet like a single woman Audio's in Zell, why single woman, I don't even know what it meant. But he got blocked because of what happened. It's the thing where like the idea for this. There's something in the seat of this movie where it's like, yeah. It's been a shitty white guy. Con man, who's like taking all this South Asian culture, coopting it for his stupid little scheme, and like you could make a comedy about like he's found out or something like that. And a joke in that movie could hurt like Mariscal heartache comes in. And she's like he says it to her and she's like, here's a fucking class action lawsuit is or like this is offensive or whatever it is. Yeah. In the case that you would need some, but you'd have to be an exterior figure. It couldn't be about him like his lawyer his PR man or like an intern who gets assigned to work with them or something Ryan Gosling and ides of March type, haired course. Sorry. Everybody knows the ides of art. And we remember that fucking George Clooney classic. I'm gonna take this pick down Brian gossip I'm Canadian, but I'm a talion to for some reason..

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"mariscos" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"mariscos" Discussed on KCRW

"Public radio international in collaboration with WGN radio in Boston today. President Trump will visit the US Mexico border stopping in the city of macallan, Texas. The visit comes on the heels of his Oval Office address this barrier is absolutely critical to border security. It's also what our professionals at the border want and need, this is just common sense. But not everyone living and working on the border shares the president's sentiments, here's Jim darling. The mayor of macallan, Texas speaking with CNN's Kate Baldwin on Wednesday. The president says that this is all worth it in order for him to get more money for the border wall. Do you see it that way? Shutdowns worked at for. No. I think I think the president's negotiation style is his book to is. You're forced the issue. You're force in this case, the Democrats to sit down and negotiate joining us now is Mitchell Mariscos senior editor with cage as easy as frontier has desk. Michelle, thanks so much for being with us. Thank you. So you've spent a long time covering the border. How have attitudes about border security evolved over time a brief history? Going back eighteen years turn of the century. Most of the Zona border was barbed wire. Most of that barbed wire was intended to stop cattle, not people hope and mouth disease from the nineteen fifties. As as that slowly started changing, they started putting up a what we call the sort of landing Matt platform steel along urban areas, which started diverting traffic for more rural areas, enter Arizona, right at that point became the number one. An entry point for illegal immigration across the entire southwest border. So that started a lot of concern and a lot of ran core along along the border about stopping a flow of illegal immigration that was unprecedented. That of course, as evolved into what we have now, which is the situation where we have a lot of border wall already up will we call tactical infrastructure, but it's not enough apparently for the White House. They want to put up more, right? And and you spoke to the mayor of Nogales in Arizona, a thorough Guerrino who criticize the US military for putting up wire along the board. Let's take a listen to what he said razor wire concertina wire is not what you wanna see.

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"mariscos" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"mariscos" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"He certainly doesn't enter into the museum in a tweed suit and avast he comes in Jean jacket and drop crotch pants and Alexander McQueen boots. But then he is also wearing some African symbols around his neck his hair is in dreadlocks. You get the sense it. There's a dichotomy that's going on with his character right away. And then as he speaks you see that he's educated about cultures around Africa. So there's that fine balance between African American and African coming together there were other ways in which we accomplish the delicate balance again with the door Malaj a and they're they're. Kurt's? They're back skirts that was based on the himba tribe of Africa. Were they stretched the edge edges of their leather skirts and decorated in hammered them with metals, and we did the same thing. But we didn't overtly create a himba look it was just touches of what they culturally did that we added to that costume. Well, let's go to Nali who's calling from Miami. Florida Nali you're on the air. Hi, thank you for taking my call. I'm calling from nonprofit organization called superhero leadership academy. And we believe that superheroes. It just within us. And it's a mentorship organization for youth. And I wanted to the question of what specifically is your superpower? Or still set our talent and ability, and who is a superhero in your life who helped you progress so far in your career, professionally and personally. Thank you for your call Ruth. What is your superpower? Okay. I think my superpower is to see past people to see where I let can look at them and say, I think we should go in this direction or that direction with your look so I- transform my mind when I look at a person I look at their face, and I look at their body structure, and an image comes to mind, I feel like that's my superpower. What we just got about a minute left to go here Ruth. And it's been so delightful to talk to talk with you. And in fact, one of the great pleasures is also of just listen back to all these amazing films that you've worked on. I'm wondering is there a kind of film that you haven't done yet that you'd love to to do the costume design for I keep saying different things when I'm asked that question. I I love certain actors, I love Christian bale and Tom hardy. And Mariscos are Li Herschel Ali. I also like stories about triumph. I I was just told about the regiment from Chicago that went to France to fight and then they came back to this country, and they didn't have the same freedoms. And I look at the images of soldiers, and I go, Ooh, I want to tell that story. And then I think about musicals, and I think wow, would love to do an old musical that may be Pearl. Bailey had been in or Lena Horne and do it in a Mulan Rouge kind of away would be amazing. So I'm all with that answer. Well, I'm hoping that any director that here's this. And it has got a project that coming down the pipeline immediately reaches out to you Ruth e Carter. She's an Academy Award nominated costume designer you saw her work in Black Panther do the right thing. But the Butler. What's love got to do with Selma? And so many more by the way, we've got some concept art, and how it actually appeared in Black Panther at our website on point radio dot org, but Ruth it has been such a pleasure to speak with you. Thank you. So very much. Thank you. I've had a great time. And we're going to close today again with some more music from Black Panther. This is all the stars elite from the soundtrack I'm gonna talk regarding this is on point. Through.

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"mariscos" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"mariscos" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"He certainly doesn't enter into the museum in a tweed suit and avast he comes in Jean jacket and drop crotch pants and Alexander McQueen boots. But then he is also wearing some African symbols around his neck his hair is in dreadlocks. You get the sense it. There's a dichotomy that's going on with his character right away. And then as he speaks you see that he's educated about cultures around Africa. So there's that fine balance between African American and African coming together there were other ways in which we accomplish the delicate balance again with the door Malaj a and they're they're. Kurt's? They're back skirts that was based on the himba tribe of Africa. Were they stretched the edge edges of their leather skirts and decorated in hammered them with metals, and we did the same thing. But we didn't overtly create a himba look it was just touches of what they culturally did that we added to that costume. Well, let's go to Nali who's calling from Miami. Florida Nali you're on the air. Hi, thank you for taking my call. I'm calling from nonprofit organization called superhero leadership academy. And we believe that superheroes. It just within us. And it's a mentorship organization for youth. And I wanted to the question of what specifically is your superpower? Or still set our talent and ability, and who is a superhero in your life who helped you progress so far in your career, professionally and personally. Thank you for your call Ruth. What is your superpower? Okay. I think my superpower is to see past people to see where I let can look at them and say, I think we should go in this direction or that direction with your look so I- transform my mind when I look at a person I look at their face, and I look at their body structure, and an image comes to mind, I feel like that's my superpower. What we just got about a minute left to go here Ruth. And it's been so delightful to talk to talk with you. And in fact, one of the great pleasures is also of just listen back to all these amazing films that you've worked on. I'm wondering is there a kind of film that you haven't done yet that you'd love to to do the costume design for I keep saying different things when I'm asked that question. I I love certain actors, I love Christian bale and Tom hardy. And Mariscos are Li Herschel Ali. I also like stories about triumph. I I was just told about the regiment from Chicago that went to France to fight and then they came back to this country, and they didn't have the same freedoms. And I look at the images of soldiers, and I go, Ooh, I want to tell that story. And then I think about musicals, and I think wow, would love to do an old musical that may be Pearl. Bailey had been in or Lena Horne and do it in a Mulan Rouge kind of away would be amazing. So I'm all with that answer. Well, I'm hoping that any director that here's this. And it has got a project that coming down the pipeline immediately reaches out to you Ruth e Carter. She's an Academy Award nominated costume designer you saw her work in Black Panther do the right thing. But the Butler. What's love got to do with Selma? And so many more by the way, we've got some concept art, and how it actually appeared in Black Panther at our website on point radio dot org, but Ruth it has been such a pleasure to speak with you. Thank you. So very much. Thank you. I've had a great time. And we're going to close today again with some more music from Black Panther. This is all the stars elite from the soundtrack I'm gonna talk regarding this is on point. Through.

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