19 Burst results for "Mike Grandfather"
Interview With Kamala Harris
"US Senator. Kamla Harris is an open born Howard educated lawyer legislator former district attorney of San Francisco and Attorney General of California in Twenty Twenty Democratic presidential candidate. She is the daughter of immigrants who met during the civil rights era Berkley Hello Bay area shout out Bay area and her mother's from Indian. Her father's from Jamaica so welcome to Asian enough senator. It's great to be with you so I'm going to take. Take the first question, and we're just GONNA. Jump right into it so in your memoir. You talked about how your mother made. Conscious choices about raising you and your sister is black woman, though with strong and unquestionable connections to Indian culture. How did she do that? Tell us more about that. Well, so I mean it's complicated, and and probably a lot deeper more complex than we have time for, but I'll try You know she arrived in the US. When she was nineteen years old. She was the eldest of my grandparents. Children and you know an Asian cultures that. She wanted to become a scientist. She wanted to cure cancer, so she went to her father as the eldest child, and it set up by WANNA. Go and I study in what is considered to be one of the best schools for science. I WANNA go to UC Berkeley, and Mike Grandfather it now. This is his eldest daughter, and this is in the late nineteen fifties. Said okay. Follow your dreams. He was very progressive. So my mother flew this. When transient ENA national flights were really very rare, and she arrived in Berkeley California alone. And began her studies, and because my grandfather was really an advocate for India's independence, he was really a extraordinary person, and really always fighting for democracy. And Justice and so immediately. Then of course, my mother was naturally attracted to the civil rights movement that was blossoming or occurring in the bay area and Met My father, and so instead of going back to India had been the plan to have you know what would have been an arranged marriage? She met my father and had a love marriage, and that through my sister and me and my mother understood you know she was just conscious of race. She understood what these things meant. And she knew that in America that her daughters would be treated as for better and for worse as black women and black. Black children and she raised us with a sense of pride about who we were who we are, but never with a false choice, right? It was never to the exclusion of of always also being very proud and very active in terms of our Indian culture as well, but she and she understood what America was at the time, and who America is, and and the struggles that people face in America, and so that's that's it in a nutshell. But there were never any false choices you know. We grew up in the black community and learned that you can cook Okra with mustard seeds, or with dry shrimp in and spicy sausages. Did you learn any of those recipes you. Did you keep any of those? You know my will, so I mean? My mother was an extraordinary cook, and as was my grandmother, my aunt, my. Is the. It's the name for your. Your mother's younger sister basically means younger mother, and she thankfully still with us. She and she's a great cook. Indian cooking is very complicated. It's like a lot of Asian cooking. There are a lot of different spices and she was such a good cook, and my aunt is such a good cook so I never really had to learn how to make Indian food, but I have been slowly teaching myself how to do that. But my mother was also. She loved good foods, so she would make. Incredible Italian meals. She would make you know I. Remember US making bows and. Tons I. Remember s making you know. She loved to make barbecue. It was just it was a ECLECTIC, but I think it was just was a very universal I in many ways she loved cultures, and and and she loves to cook.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on Oregon Rooted: The Dirt Show
"Think that Kinda got started to get away from that stuff. Oh Yeah I don't see color nick. Young kids kids today. Shit if you go to a school and there's not more mixed kids then oh man everywhere wide or something. Yes Ed but it was. It was crazy too because even in our generation like it was more of the parents live in the grandparents that were like this and Mike Grandfather had that that influence behind. You like a little voice nowadays you. Do you see that divers were. Hey you know you can't stop who you love. You can't stop what you do you do. So yeah once you know you start seeing that diversity is. It's it's nice. I came home from the military back in twenty twelve and still didn't really see too much like progression in the last three years alone. I've seen like you know people starting to rely on ease up and it's nice to see though it really is like absolutely not Bremmer. I just WanNa ask you did you. Where did you grow up? Chicago grew up in north shore. Chicago in a place called skokie. Illinois and that was very predominantly Like Orthodox Very Caucasian culture. I grew up in actually a very Jewish family had apartments and all that first hand I was younger. I kinda got to experience like what it was like for people to question and judge likewise an African American man young kid doing in this neighborhood that clearly someone from this certain stereotype can't afford which is completely not true in today's times and I've had like explain to people like hey you know I was dotted. You now is raised from this matt and I even got told like. I wasn't really African American because I was educated because I didn't fit that stereotype. Sagging my pants and bussing a gun in eight years of warfare Sudan because it stereotype. That's why people thought I was like half white and people still to this day. Think I'm halfway because I grew from the stereotype and wanted to represent African American culture more educational in a more conscious way. So because of the stigma of of that happening over. Time in this and that People don't believe that as to be a real fame at an African American man Of of this generation of millennials. Where this most ignorant can be run so To this day I still. I still liked the spread. My word on this too low to the fullest. Like you know we need to be represented more like an educated culture because we educated we have things to offer you know and just like we cannot be categorized by this or that or the press of the Internet. I like that we just gotTa keep fighting it and I know I'll have a lot of blowback but it's very worth it wants. A message can spread sure. Do you reflect that and you're music. You're literally speaking you Lyrically speed shoot absolutely not a.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Like, you have to know. I think the really the business side of me comes from my family. Which is my mom's side of the family were all. Mike grandfather promoted against tonight. So he's like on late night. My grandpa now. The promoter of the knife. And Rondo peels. My cousin. And thinking that's not possible. My great grandpa was an inventor. So, you know. You know, the blood it's in the blood business. Yeah. Very yes. So I think that yes, I think that the the hardest part for me on this side of the business is that it's all new and different. And I think that what I know. And how I thrive in my acting and music worlds and producing his that I've been in it for so long. So I know how to do it. It's easy. I know what to do. And in this side. It's like there's things where I don't know. And I'm still learning. And I'm just like this is it's scary. I think you know, even just from, you know, hiring people for your company and making sure you're making the right decision and troth how do you trust? And it's also technically for me, it's a startup company. So it's just it's a lot of stuff. Like, you're figuring out the financials and all of that stuff that I'm just like, I've I've wasn't prepared however, many business. There's those moments that go. This is why I'm doing it. You know, like, this is you see your product you see what you've done so far in your like, it's a journey just not zero to one hundred. And I think that's what I like what I was bringing back to the perspective on Instagram that it just as a hundred and everything is like this is, you know, but I think it's so important to know that it is a journey. It takes time. And it takes you know, a lot of time for a company to get up and running. And so I think that that is something I, you know, have learned along the way and honestly to be honest, I have gone through I feel like business school and this last year that that it's yeah. It's been pretty incredible. What I've learned. And what I now know how to do and how to talk to investors as so just a different type of language and just like, it's pretty incredible. And what about mentoring up and coming? People. Me. I mean down I wanna sound like super successful. I'm like, I gave you some pointers. Well, I mentioned this for a couple of reasons one I always ask people to come on the show. Did you have a mentor along the way you've mentioned a couple and the other thing is paying it forward and and investing in other people. So when Jamie, and I have been the other well twelve years that I can publicly speak of but. When her niece, which is like a the closest she has to our own personality in her family. When an ace was about eleven Jamie was already out here in LA Jaden is her name. And she at eleven said, I'm going to graduate high school and move to Los Angeles. Also and Jamie, and I said, okay, well, get your shit together and figure out what it is. You wanna do between now, and when you graduate again this eleven year old and by the time, she graduates high school shoe figures out that she wants to be a makeup artist. And she's doing it in their hometown of Pittsburgh when she was seventeen eighteen. Within weeks of graduating. She moves out, dos Angeles. My God, we put her up in one of the guest rooms in the house with and I'm not a brighter. Jamie's not a breeder. Suddenly, there's a teenager in the house. Right. So that's a little freaky. Gosh. But she's instantly the most self efficient person in Los Angeles. Because when I first moved here, you know, there was a Thomas guide, and you couldn't find now now on the phone. Yes. And ways and all these other apps that help you get around ridiculous metropolis, Los Angeles. She knows better than us within six months. And. This chatshow was always a sort of live streaming video..
"mike grandfather" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Ryan welcome to the program. Thank you, David. It's great to have you a number of things that you like to think about it. And of course, you are the host of your own podcast, which we produce called in the know with Ballantyne so happy to have you with us you've discussed a lot of these subjects with others that you've interviewed. So it's fun having any of Mike. And center is I wanted to talk about family business. You are what a third or fourth generation business talk to us a little bit about the development of the business. You now are in. Thanks for having me. So Valentine on the third generation, Mike grandfather and his brothers started the company mid sixties. And now, my father and uncle owned a business. I work with my two brothers fun. On. What are the what are the things about family business operations that people might get wrong or not understand sort of the myths about it? I mean, you know, it's it's it's like network never ends. 'cause you think it's thanksgiving or Christmas year round your family, and you didn't really talk about work. But you know, rush it works because we we all get along. And there's a hierarchy of command here. My father uncle have the final say and everything but input. Input? Obviously is it encouraged, but there's not a lot of fighting because there wasn't hierarchy of command. And it's worth it's worked. Well for us. Obviously so years a long time. Yeah. Fifty years is a long time. And I was going to say that you have a clear path to leadership clearly defined goals. I've heard from some experts around family business that one of the most challenging elements is the lack of clarity about who reports to who. And also having the right people in the right positions because sometimes they're in the positions for the wrong reasons. So I know that comes up sounds like it's not at all issue for your family business.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on Extra Hot Great
"It feels much more like assure lock kind of production value with Moffitt than it does to be like this. So the problem with having such a stellar episode. Like blink is that there is a big Gulf between Blinken things that are presented as premium doctor who like this might be a well regarded doctor who but for my money, not being a doctor who fan like blankets a+. This is like be minus. And I don't wanna put a be minus episode in the canon. And I think that's like both speaks volumes about how good I thought. Blink was. But also kind of unfair to the you know, that you have such a gap in between things. But hey, that's life. I think if you had people that were more immersed in doctor who like cat and Jocelyn who all not draw, but cat and. Cat Jocelyn spirits properties of cat. I'll do it for you. May feel different about it that you'll you can say that blinking tier one doctor who and this is a very special entity. But let's talk about your more typical doctor who episodes and of those that may be midnight is an interesting episode. I get that. I just don't subscribe to that. Because I'm not that kind of you're productive. So with that I'm going to say, no. But let's make it official start with cat. Well, I was gonna vote for you. But then Dave convinced me because he's right. This is good. This is the the chasm between this and blankets. So big. I don't think I vote for this one midnight might be the best of the season that season. But it's not have to say no now, and I'm very sorry. But I really liked your presentation. All right. So let's see if. Cat into the abyss. Well, I feel like I've said a precedent now. I agree. An excellent presentation an excellent argument. However. Yeah, I guess if you're stacking up next to a more legendary episode of the series like blank, which even. A doctor who Luddite, I suppose like me knows knows all about then. Yes, I don't necessarily think this one would would earn a place alongside at one. However, I'll leave you this piece of information. My grandfather used to be the mayor of a small English town. And when they did a major town of they would send out one of the original doctor who Delic's so if you ever find yourself in the archives of Harpen did look up the grandfather who absolutely looks like a live action Wallace from Wallace and Gromit and yourself to that coup piece of trivia from a stranger is amazing the delicate boat to the podium introduced the event or. It was like it was like a a ribbon cutting ceremony. Like now. Glib? But I would kind of like maybe put that indicate and that sounds amazing. Picturing it with like a mayoral sash on and everything. It sounds very official. Genocidal robot? Okay. Sarah, how say you Mike grandfather's. Christopher Colston kidding. That is not true. Yes. Good presentation. And I appreciate its courage, and you might actually consider submitting the episode before this which. Yeah. Beater had well run out by the time. We got to midnight. And it is a no for me area. I meant to say, I said myhrl sash. Of course, we all know mayors wear chains. I'm just saying this to put off my no vote. Thank you for something. And I'm also going to say NAN this. But thank you very much for this submission 'em. But with that, I'm afraid. I said, no. And we'll not tolerate. Nope. Okay. Everybody is time for winner. And loser of the week. Tara who is our winter? Oh, the very vocal and large Royal pains fan community. Just getting only me..
"mike grandfather" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"I wanna feel out of place, and then I wanna learn to integrate myself in adapting in a simile. Well, is my whole life doing that. So I don't need. That's not part of my fantasy. That's true. That is interesting. Maybe that's part of it. Yeah. You want? What you didn't have? Yeah. That makes sense. Okay. Okay. We haven't even gotten to one. Well, we we missed each other. You were gone for quite a while too long somewhat argue, and but you have the superstition where you must start the new year with your grandparents. Right. That's there. Superstation. It's nice if you do abide Mike grandfather's superstition was if you start the new year with these people you'll end the new year with them, not nice, which is nice. And then now we need to do that right now feels well that. Okay. So there was almost a fight. Oh, okay. Okay. New device scratch d- d-. Didn't it didn't go. It didn't go all the way, but tables ES, right, right? As the new year was turning because my grandfather is very old now, very and. No, I'm sorry. He's actually not that old. He's like eighty seven or eighty eight which is old. But but he's he is looking and is behaving very little elderly. Yeah. And you know, there's like all these there's there's this obsession with superstition that is happening around me that it makes me anxious. I'm pinpointed that it was making me anxious. So I was like really butting up against it a ton and one of them is like everyone has to cheers okay at midnight. And everyone's Cup has to cling I contact with the contact and clank. And and so my it was like this thing where my grandfather didn't have. He didn't have a company didn't have anything in it. And it was like felt like a panic was happening. Yes. And I was like just it's fine. And I was saying that all right saying just it just leave him alone. It's fine. And and then they then I was getting some back lab ES some blowback. And then my brother was like enough of that of me your boss seen is. I guess. Yeah. Yeah. So anyway, so there's some superstition involved. Yeah. You and I both ironically succumb to some superstitious shoes. Eric was complaining about this. I think I told you pick one or the other buddy. Yeah. Exactly. Even the Lord or you got to get rid of the superstition. But I don't I don't like that about me. I don't like that. I get like tied to something. And it feels like if I don't do that there's repercussions. Or if I do do that. There's repressed agree healthy. I don't think. So when it's around me, I'm like, oh, this is it is. It's just Mirroring. You're also probably getting angry because you're like, oh this words. Yes bullshit. Exactly. Thanks a lot. I don't know where I got mine because my mom's not superstitious that I can think of. Yeah. I think it's also probably tangential to OCD. Yes. And I also bet it's a little bit of an occupational hazard when you take on a job where there's so much luck involved. There's just ooh does of luck in making it or not easy till her Jack things onto it that aren't related. Yes. Yeah. Yeah. You'll look if you get hired to fix someone's carburetor, and then it works when they see the vehicle. Well, they will come to you again to have you fix something. There's no, You you know, know. any who who's this episode about? Josh hutcherson. Josh, Josh hutcherson. Okay. So he talks about the Spanish flu. And I looked into the Spanish flu. And I have no idea why it's called the Spanish blew it did not start in Spain was it because the Spanish conquistadors were carrying the flu from Europe and infected all the South American, folks. No it said that the beginning of the flu started in France at a hospital camp. That's a bad place to go camping..
"mike grandfather" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Setting fire to the airwaves. Larry elder show. Larry as you know yesterday was Veterans Day. I was at the olive garden restaurant and Bala cynwyd. It's just right outside Philadelphia. Every Veterans Day any bet who comes in. He tree. It was fabulous. No. I'm not a veteran. Okay. But all over America, the veterans go to the olive coordinate free. I commend this chain. And I was there yesterday as I say, they treated veterans very very, well, they do this every year. That shit. I'm a regular listener here on nine back the AM in Philadelphia. Enjoy your show. Thank you very much. Bye. Bye. Donald Trump shows. He doesn't. Day, Saturday Ariza ceremony. But he didn't want to go raining. I'm sorry. Four decide raining. I don't wanna go for someone. Who's never heard has phones. I I guess you never ever. But he goes after everyone out anybody acts like a Bama doesn't. Here's proof in the very simple thing to honor the truth set brought will move one with Mike grandfather did probably know Trump has ever served his big service to the government was as he told George Stephanopoulos making millions of dollars. Boop in the pitting. I guess so I really. Just the president. Anyone fire triple eight nine eight triple eight nine seven one seven two four three Larry elder and the gentleman you've heard laughing at Eric Metaxas. In my guest..
"mike grandfather" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Talking today with the Alzheimer's Association about their big walk to end Alzheimer's takes place on September thirtieth in Lake County at the lake metro parks farm park on Euclid Sheridan road with us in our studio glory Higgins's with Gloria thank you so much for being with us. Thank you. I understand you're going to be one of the people walking your big volunteer for this. I am this'll be my fourth year walking with the Alzheimer's Association. Now you with visiting angels. And you have some work there with people that have Alzheimer's we deal, if you've our clients do you suffer from Alzheimer's? So were there to assist them and also their families? All right. And you have somebody else in your life that has had Alzheimer's at your Mike grandfather dead. He moved up here after World War Two, and Mary my grandma raised eight kids in manner and the last few years of his life just to see him suffering with dementia and to forget who we were. And then later just the simplest things even how to utilize utensil one of the great things about visiting angels team, we do all year not just for the walk. But all year long, we do raffles and collect donations. It I'll go to the northeast Ohio Alzheimer's Association. And this is really an event the walk is, of course, the the big part of it. But the ceremonies in the program in the gathering of people. It's a fun day to it is it's great. It's great to bring your family and friends and even your pets this year. If you wanna do that, there's a three mile version that they encourage you to bring your pet with if you'd like to. Yes, definitely. But you also have a one mile version if you don't wanna talk you don't wanna walk that much. You can do a one miles, and it all takes place and September thirtieth Alzheimer's Association, especially here with our northeast, Ohio, branch servicing. So many people here that are facing, Alzheimer's and other dementias throughout our community. So if you would like to be participant emit, please help us please come out on September the thirtieth, and you can also go to the website, the website, AL, z dot org. Backslash we wanna thank you very much. Laurie Higgins for being with us here and for sharing some of your story and encouraging people to come out and get a team together. It's not too late to get their own to end Alzheimer's, and it takes place of timber thirtieth registration at eight they walk begins at ten. Thank you again..
Trump says Democrats inflated Hurricane Maria death toll
"President Trump accuses Democrats of inflating the death toll from hurricane Maria Puerto Rico to make him look that on CNN New York congressional candidate Alexandria. Okay. CEO Cortez says her grandfather was among those who died in the aftermath of the storm. There was so little response to little connection. You don't know whether a hospital lost power, Mike grandfather was in a medical facility, and he had passed away in the middle of the night. The people who pass away in these storms are the most vulnerable.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"Talking today with the Alzheimer's Association about their big walk to end Alzheimer's takes place on September thirtieth in Lake County at the lake metro parks far apart on Euclid Sheridan road. And with us in our studio, Gloria Higgins with Gloria thank you so much for being with us. Thank you. I understand you're going to be one of the people walking your big volunteer for this. I am this'll be my fourth year walking with the Alzheimer's Association. Now you with visiting angels. And you have some work there with people that have Alzheimer's. We do if you've our clients do suffer from Alzheimer's. So were there just them and also their families? All right, and you have somebody else in your life that has had Alzheimer's at you're familiar with Mike grandfather dead. He moved up here after World War Two, and Mary my grandma raised eight kids in manner and the last few years of his life just to see him suffering with dementia and to forget who we were. And then later just the simplest things even how to utilize utensil one of the great things about visiting angels team, we do all year not just for the walk. But all year long, we do raffles and collect donations that I'll go to the northeast Ohio Alzheimer's Association. And this is really an event the wok is, of course, the big part of it. But the ceremonies in the program in the gathering of people. It's a fun day to it is it's great. It's great to bring your family and friends and even your pets this year. If you wanna do that there's a three mile that they encourage you to bring your pet with if you'd like to. Yes, definitely. But you also have a one mile version of you don't wanna talk. You don't wanna walk that much? You can do a one miles, and it all takes place on September thirtieth Alzheimer's Association, especially here with her northeast, Ohio branch servicing, so many people here that are facing Alzheimer's and other dementias throughout our community. So if you would like to be participant emit, please help us please come out on September the thirtieth, and you can also go to the website,.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on From Scratch
"Your parents being practising doctors. They owned a candy factory. Tell me about that. Yes. So my my mom is my mom's side of the family. So my my grandparents from my mother's side of the family decided to start a candy fat. They are both from Spain. It happened to grow quite a bit. Mike grandfather died at an early age, so it was then my grandmother who ran this candy factory and became the most popular candy factor in Guatemala. They made like marshmallows and chocolate and all kinds of candies. At some point the they had by the way, twelve children on my mother was one of them. And at some point. They pass on the baton to their children. And so my mother was one of the basically twelve owners of this. And yeah, that was me growing up. I essentially didn't like the candy. Well, I got bored of it after a while. I ate so much that I got bored of it, but I love the machines. So on Sundays I would go in there and essentially break machines. I was not loved by the engineers, break them because you wanted to see what they were like inside or you are. You accidents? On one, I took him apart. I do stuff about taking them apart. Of course, I would take them apart. And then when I try to put them back together, I will be left with two or three pieces that I know. Where they went. That was the problem. What was the name of the candy company? Tropical candy. It's still there. Yeah. So marshmallow chocolate. What else? Bear and almost any type of candy from an early age you seem to have this curiosity about how machines worked yet your focus focuses on computer science. Did you think you might wanna be more of a physical like engineer mechanic? Early on? I wanted to be. I mean, I really wanted to understand how the machines worked, and I sat there at home making little, you know, gizmos that probably didn't do much, but I was very excited by that. I'm all change when I was a eight. I want an intendo and my mother bought me a computer instead of Nintendo. I was..
"mike grandfather" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"Now the mad men are all these. The maddest men of the mall. One could argue that zombie is not a man. I think the people on that show would agree with you because there was like a chopping their heads off and stuff. Yeah, kicking them. Look, I look I, I would go up to the gates of heaven and talk to Saint Peter himself with a with a clear conscience and say, yes, I killed those on these, but it's protecting my family. Wow, these great hero entrance. You've probably he'd be like, here's a the heroes lanyard it gets into the hero section. Wow. It's it's. It's stratified up there. You're saying? Oh, absolutely. Yeah, especially, yeah, I think I think a lot of the people up there get bothered all the time. Yeah, like Janice Joplin boob. You wanna. Jim. Yeah, I come on, but you know, of course she's in hell. Anyway, this week we're talking about Netflix streaming. Yeah, which we did a little bit of last week. We did a little bit of, but we haven't done it this guess what? That's the way most people watch Netflix now. Absolutely. Also, they also make a bunch of original content. Yeah, we're gonna talk is going to watch Wally, you know, right? Like there was a time where it was like, oh, cool. Walli is a Netflix guess what? Now Wally, I don't think is even on Netflix anymore as well. So that's part of it. I'm gonna one day. Tell my grandchildren. You know Netflix, this thing that you one day. There was one time I just watch Holly on it. Yeah. Yeah, and they're like, yeah, we know we heard about our Grandpa's Netflix. Then he could tell them, you know, Mike grandfather's even. Even. Tell the CDC 'em AMC. Pearly gates about like colorizing movies and stuff. You walk. All right. So season to the Walking Dead exact. Exact Rick, found his family, and they didn't think better call. Saul was going to be as good as breaking bad. But many people said it surpassed the original TV. It really broke up for being a spin off anyway. Anyway, anyway. We're talking about Netflix, Netflix originals mostly, oh, that's what I was going to say. So you're talking about Wally..
"mike grandfather" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"This is Ray sandwich talking today with the Alzheimer's Association about their big. Walk to end Alzheimer's takes place on September thirtieth in Lake County at the lake metro parks park on Euclid Sheridan. Road and with. Us in our studio glory Higgins's with Gloria. Thank you. So much for being with us thank you I understand you're going to be one of. The people. Walking your big volunteer for this I am this'll be. My fourth year walking with the Alzheimer's Association now you with visiting angels and you have. Some work there with people that have Alzheimer's we do quite a, few of our clients do suffer from Alzheimer's so were. There to. Assist them and also their families all right and you have somebody else in your life that has had. Alzheimer's at you're familiar with Mike grandfather dead he moved. Up here after World War Two and Mary my grandma raised eight kids and manner and the last few years of his life just to see him suffering. With dementia and to forget who we were and then later just the simplest things even how to utilize utensil one. Of the great things about visiting, angels, team, we. Do All year not just for the walk but all year long we do raffles and collect donations that I'll go to. The northeast Ohio Alzheimer's Association and this is really an event the walk is of course the. The. Big part of it but the ceremonies and the program in the gathering of people it's a fun day oh it. Is it's great it's great to bring your family and friends and even your pets this year and if you wanna. Do that there's. A three mile that they encourage you to. Bring your. Pets with if you'd like to yes definitely but you also have a one mile version. Of you. Don't wanna talk you don't wanna walk that much you. Can do a one miles and it all takes place on September thirtieth Alzheimer's Association especially. Here with her northeast Ohio branch servicing so many people here that, are facing Alzheimer's and other dementias throughout our community so. If you. Would like to be participant emit please help us please come out on September the thirtieth and you can. Also go to the website.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Korean peninsula can be alarming to americans but for koreans north and south it's a matter of life and death and divided families this past weekend groups of women in north and south korea staged demonstrations for peace one group of activists called women cross dmz attempted to cross the frontier itself from the south sean kim was with them sean is a young korean american woman who recently joined women cross dmz her interest is personal i was born in south korea and i was raised there until i was in seventh grade but to go deeper than that actually my grandmother and mike grandfather is from north korea there were born in north korea and when the korean war broke they came down to south korea so my grandpa side he was able to make it to south korea but he's dad wasn't able to make it so his dad was in north korea and my grandma she was able to make it with her dad but rest of the family was left in north korea so when i was growing up i was hearing about her story and they she would always make me this top stagger whenever we're sick or a win over we're feeling down yes dumpling and then it was really big so until i actually went to someone else's house and had a same dumpling it was the size difference was huge are the dumpling i had was really big whereas in someone else's was small i realized that dumpling that she was giving me was north korean style and i was eating that kind of food even after i moved to america i was always craving for it my grandmother didn't come to us with us so she stayed in south korea and then i was just i think too little to understand what was going on that dan where she was talking about her family beckon north but i didn't understand that but as i was getting older i realized that she was really missing her family back in north korea but she was keep saying she couldn't go see them and then she wants to go see them before she dies she's ninety three years old she's still alive my grandpa who's been missing his dad all his life didn't get to go back to north korea and he passed away so before it's too late i felt like i wanna participate in this because i.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on KGO 810
"That america should not take off france's colonial burden and what my uncle was he on congress and and that puts them at odds with our and john foster dot boys and then in the mid fifties my grandfather joseph candidate sat on a presidential commission recommended the abolish and cia is clan this time the services to cia had been started as an espionage organization in other words an intelligence gathering organization it had no constitutional or ask it out engage in that kind of mischief that it ends up engaging in six black ish assassinating were eaters and change mike grandfather's odd that that was going to bring america repute around the world and ruined the american experiment with mock rec he's at again we cannot be an imperial asian abroad and continue to be a democracy devolve into a militarized national security state if we continue to allow that ada operate had it it was on my hope became president the bay this one really wanting to change and switch came two months since this administration and you decide at that point he realized he'd been tricked by i i s se fire dollars better so infantile he said he wanted to take this an shatter in two thousand pieces and scatter it to the winds now at the same time i grew up an arrow on my house was half off from cia headquarters or green beret is doing maneuvers or on the roof three house yard is often filled with cuban guerrillas from the eggs and those people we grew up with a house filled with the cia people with soviets and it was kind of a circus atmosphere the same time seal letting the poll that was elephant stampeding on the law and you know i and and the director was labra reaction after work and yet our family continued to have this very tense and conflicted relationship with the agency but continued to actually in the nineteen eighties but see i had a a program internal program run by a guy called salad sam halpern in which you know a made an active effort to contaminate the kennedy family and many kind of flanders family and become embedded american psyche political psyche the idea that my grandfather was a.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on WCTC
"Everybody was for going to war with japan everybody was for going to war with germany everybody was were going to war with italy is that there was no there was only one member of congress who voted against it but otherwise every editorialist every commentator every person in america was unified in in the desire to defeat uh the umpires japan and nazi germany and it was an america's agra everybody sacrifice advice put was not just the man clamoring to get into you know uh the the the drove the draft officers not the draft off see listen offices before the even started their young men into a women who are demanding to be uh to enlist and doug going to activeduty go into combat but the sacrifices of the american people might my father uh and i'm sure and i know you of we've talked about a your parents also and grandparents also made the sacrifices but my father was a boy scout they use the boy scouts to deliver a promotional posters to bars and restaurants in churches you know looselipped seeing ships things like that my mother was little girl the time she had a victory garden both my grandmothers were rose the rivers one tested machine gun so the other was a bomb inspector while i grandfather mike grandfather tried to enlist at forty one they tried three times and three times they said look ellsworth eur forty one years old you're blind a bat and you've got four dependence were not that deaths saw but he became a civil defence uh block captain and sold waban's ev you know everybody sacrifice gas rationing food rationing uh uh you know uh you know you'd radio's couldn't say what you couldn't sponsor the news uh sponsor a with with news with the you know here's campbell suits brought to you by the war news you can do that and everybody went along with it all these edicts the came out for washington all these edicts came out from the white house everybody went along with it nobody complaint while and it was a sense that america's worth descending and america is uh is a solemn experiment.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on WJR 760
"Savage nation do you have a furtherance to that point that you would like to make no i get i could talk for an hour but not going to do it because there's other people that were share it with your budget thank you i get it you like that i brought up the right word which is bolshevik and again i got a repeat would not gonna use the word liberal on the show anymore tried as substitute toward bolshevik for liberal and you'll be closer to the truth then you could ever know russ i'm sending your copy of the most important book of my life called trump's war because trump right now is at war with the very people who will destroy this nation make no mistake about it the using anything they can the knocked hair down the statues but tear down the nation this is the savage nation eight five five four at seventoeight to eight five five four hundred savage thanks for that call russ they in a line will take a name inhibit give it to you all right my friends what's next i think all southern songs on now suspect and they should go through the sieve of charles schumer or a virginia governor mcauliffe or hillary clinton or any of the fascists in the media senator blumenthal for example could create a new music division uh and i think of the blumenthal staff can aptly listen to all songs that have been written by southern songwriters over the last hundred years and see which ones should be eliminated permanently from juke boxes and from playlists around the world because he's very emotional about trump he says trump condone white nationalist marchers here up blumenthal crying and clip five of my dad came to this country andy 1930 five to help gay nazi germany he was has already to hear it all i'm sorry to hear early more than a share third on his back he spoke virtually no english and i was like mike grandfather and this great country the greatest yes country in the history of the world gave him a chance to succeed to raise a fairly good and to believe in america and nobody loves so far so good and my dad and i would like one of the last few days how sas and a change he would give you the theme those images and then.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"You know what that's exactly as it should be flying the fla to the pledge of allegiance saying that juliette them while americans it be proud of it and when you come here we're not going to adapt to your way of life if you come from another country and you think we should have your law within your communities they get the hell out of the country stopped complaining stop wining shut up just shut up and become american and be proud american when mike grandfather would his accent he could never missed of the italian mind that this obeyed for my grandpa does audio he could never he never said they were blood the i tell you this with blood because it's toward these wolves mood that's abboud no grappa they pronounce of blood uphold he was equalled nova unlike the squeegee squeezed not really q their grip on sweet wants to send the glee to italy to send the glee glietsch it's a tough line with too long but they learn the language and they would always say to me utimately gone you a medic on and i'm pround in my father fought for the united states of america in the united states army air corps when you went to italy his he went to the villages where his people were put up and he fought against mussalini because it was indeed fascism with adolf hitler my father put the bombs on the beat plenty force that bond epic at of the adolf hitler coming out of of the on in the fifteenth of the united states army air corps and he was an italian get that could even speak english when he first went to school at all will you that story so stop complaining stopped vilifying us stop telling us were racist we are not and and it's an industry and its ratings all any comes from the fall of whether it's black lives matter and all my god every day we're all racists blackled i'm so sick of hearing and the.
"mike grandfather" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"Are we are we a shepherd are we a steward where do we own this stuff they got rid of it all took everybody on their staff and went to jerusalem for while and he reset his whole life and said this is who we are and then they went back out on the road that's the guy mike grandfather stood for but you would know that about johnny cash they left out this is kind of a major thing during the height of johnny cash is depression and the height of his drug use johnny cash drove out to a series of caves he went out there all by himself didn't tell anybody depressed strong out he wanted to end his life in those tennessee caves but he said he rode later as he lay there in the dark something happen there quoting him in naked jack cave i became so conscience conscious of a very clear simple idea i'm not in charge of my destiny i'm not in charge of my life my death i was going to die at god's time not mine i hadn't prayed over my decision to seek death in the cave but that hadn't stopped god for intervening he said he felt an urge and a breeze moving him in a specific direction he got lost in the cave live but he felt follow this breeze it led him to the exit of the cave when he got out from the cave there was june and his mom waiting at the edge of the cave with food and water when he get out he when he got out he said how did you know i was here they said they knew that something wasn't right and they needed to go find johnny and they just were told weight here god save johnny cash from killing himself that's his words he stopped using drugs was performing again by november nineteen sixty seven and all they said about that in the movie is a connection to god how can you tell the story of johnny cash is second part of his life and admit the most amazing part of it.