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"minagawa" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"minagawa" Discussed on Mango Kush Podcast
"That but again we should have crazy myself. What the damn say. Youth is almost out of desperation. You know i think it really is. I think that that is our desperation now. I guess you know some of you take the wrong way but all know lose like I've not With that i'll hand you back on your down. We acid message aimed. But we got smith shameless. Go hit upon the bowls but in the meantime as we wearing for the other coz condie's on signed is not any get through as burning k. Do favorites Slot called instagram profile. Follows on facebook. I m kp cast in kpmg cats at his mental kush podcast brought to you by in case syndicate. This is the way why tear you to go that way Found to that point. I don't particularly particularly agree with a woman proposing to a man you know. And i can't even say. I fully agree. With the concept. That women are not hunters. In western society. women are made to not be hunters but when you look at non western sidings like certain civilizations and cultures in africa woman. Choose the men or men that they wanna be with you know And does morrisseau polygamy like cultures But with all that being said What we're twelve more brainwashed to believe. And what were our ancestors have taught us while they were still walking this earth and Our elders that are still here is like well me being a woman. I don't chase no man and a woman proposing to a man is for me. Doesn't i mean i get that i get the animal kingdom you know the damn. The dam a polit animals even the male animals. Mostly it's high to have an animal this seek out the female you know. So why should it be any different now. People might say. Well no. that's lie because you know you have females of if separate legal for mel. No they don't look for me. They'd make himself available because they know basil Searching for them and it should be the same way the human aspect like women make themselves available. Minagawa come for you. You're not saying and not so much chasing thing but it also twos like a little bit working at battery. Now that's a whole that's a whole nother hornbarger. Did that the macho on Lizzie con- you bet a bet may other About that that that we lost your bra launched. I thought you went down with titanic day every scratched out again. Damn the populist party bubble that as we wait.
"minagawa" Discussed on Jeff Goodman Basketball Podcast
"I had addison a dear friend of me and you know like he literally recruited a kid from another college during the season. Minagawa had our relationship isn't the same right because my thing is that kid. Do be focused on basketball ingredients. That's it. he shouldn't be worried about whistled. Am i going to next year during the middle school year the season. It's just. It's not right in. And i had from two thousand nine to two thousand nineteen. I might have had three kids transferred on a on a tenure might had twelve kids transfers like kids. Now they're running that that one year sit out kids. Don't want to sit out the average kid told you. Can you can definitely speak on this. The average kid that we coach just from where we from basketball is a motivation. Right if they're not playing going to struggle in a classroom. Now i'm not planning. I'm okay because i can utilize this transfer and run away from something because it's almost like you they just handicap in these kids man. It's going to catch up with walter and the parents of the kids don't understand it. They just going through the motions of was being allowed to have a thing about bogle head out. I'm sorry go ahead okay. I think the most important thing when you talk about the ncaa you talk about a wall. In dealing with a coaches is condensation at they. They don't want to sit in a room and honestly here out what these guys in these programs. They go through on a daily basis in. I think if you don't have to compensate because it's a hard conversation because sometimes they don't understand the socio economics are where these kids are coming from and they understand it from outside. But they don't know no in and i think that's a big problem is is that they don't want to have these conversations in these hard conversations they just want to dictate you know what i mean in dictate what they want to dictate what they think is fair and everybody kinda you know go go go from there and just to speak on transfer portal as an assistant coach in you know. I had three guys that. I recruited transfer right in one thing that you know. I always try to make myself when. I recruit somebody's transparency. I try to make sure that they know everything every day. You know what i mean. And i think sometimes we you know there's a lot of miscommunication within obviously The cultures recant. I'm not..
"minagawa" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove
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"minagawa" Discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana
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"minagawa" Discussed on NOT YOUR ORDINARY PODCAST
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"minagawa" Discussed on NOT YOUR ORDINARY PODCAST
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"minagawa" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Video posted on TIC Tac. The grandmother interrupts the lesson to argue with the teacher about black lives matter. You're talking about the limit all that stuff. And we're not gonna talk about it, huh? You want water? I have to say, And Barack Obama was by racial. He wasn't just black, right? You should have owned both sides of this family. Okay, That isn't true. We're talking. This is Lion on class about a political class. When the grandma I asks why BLM is even being discussed. The teacher says your granddaughter brought it up in a follow opposed. The granddaughter has heard screaming. I'm over it just shut the F up two, which the teacher warrants. Zip it because everything is being recorded and tells the girl you don't really want to mess up here. Oh, well, that would all go sideways. Just a hot mess from start to finish. Well, guess what. Since being uploaded. The video has nearly two million views, OK? Yeah. Ah federal judge blocking the Trump Administration's ban on TIC Tac from going into effect. Matt Matt Johnson has the story. The temporary injunction came just hours before downloads of the video sharing APP were set to be banned due to TIC Tac's parent company's links with China. Tech giant Oracle is set to buy TIC TAC from Beit Dance in an effort to ensure the APP remains active in the US President Trump has given preliminary approval to the Oracle deal. Matt Matt Anson, NBC News radio has signed a law Wiring California to house transgender inmates in prisons based on their gender identity. The new law, says the Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Musk ask inmates during the intake process if I identify as transgender, non binary or intersex I go to use time. 6 14 mayoral candidates Todd Gloria and Barbara Bree have both reported big fundraising numbers in the latest quarter. Gloria has substantially more cash on hand with the election a little more than a month away. Bree reported raising more than $358,000 from July 1st two September 19th with more than 222,000 cash on hand. Gloria raised 456,000 during the same period and has 671,000 cash on hand. Both candidates of Ray's close to $2 Million.2 million For a mayor's race since they announced their plans to run in January of 2019. Well, Coco News time is 6 15 Dwayne the Rock Johnson is endorsing Joe Biden and Kamala Harris in the upcoming election. I do feel that Vice President Biden and Senator Harris The best choice to lead our country and I am endorsing them to become president and vice president of our United States. Actor made the announcement on Twitter Sunday, and the video included a recent virtual chat he held with Biden and Harris, The former professional wrestler asked the candidates how they'd earn the people's respect if they're elected, Biden said. That'll happen as he and Harris keep their word to Americans and acknowledge when they fail. It's a bravery prize in Britain for a life saving rat Simon No one explains British animals Charity The PDS A has been awarding bravery medals for decades. Previously honoring dogs, horses, pigeons and a cat. Now the charity has its first hero rat recognized for sniffing out land mines in Cambodia. Theo says Minagawa has displayed lifesaving bravery and devotion, discovering 39 of the weapons in five years a rat being light enough to cross a minefield without triggering the explosives. I did not know They could do that. How I didn't either. Wow. All right, Koko News time is 6 16 or the stories trending San Diego Gas and Electric warning hundreds of people in the back country that they could lose power because of dangerous fire weather today..
"minagawa" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Of the Boston Red Sox. He was told that by Hime Bloom before yesterday's game room, saying that he wanted to give His manager, Ray Nicky, the chance to tell his his his players before the final game of the season, so the socks are in search of a new manager. Not going to be shocked if Alex Cora is brought back. Here's how the playoff shape up in Major League baseball by the way after that 60 game shortened season. So in the American League, the number one seeded race of Tampa Bay going to take on the number eight seeded Bluejays. The's A best of three is, by the way, these second seeded A's against the number seven seeded white socks, the number three twins against the sixth seeded Astros. And the number four Cleveland Indians in that great starting pitching staff will take on the number five seeded New York Yankees again all best of threes over in the National League. Topsy Dodgers take on the Eighth seed Brewer's Brewer's got into 29 wins and 31 losses to games under 500 to make the playoffs. Number two seeded Braves will take on the number seven seeded Reds in that great starting pitching staff Number three. The Cubs. They're seeded third they take on the sixth seeded Marlins, and the fourth seeded Padre is going to take on the fifth seeded ST Louis Cardinals. So Cardinals Deep did beat the Brewers yesterday, but both somehow back into the playoffs in this crazy crazy year. Ah, bravery prize in Britain for a life saving rat. You heard that right? Here's fox of Simon. British animals charity, The PDS has been awarding bravery medals for decades previously honoring dogs, horses, pigeons and a cat. Now the charity has its first hero rat recognized for sniffing out land mines in Cambodia. Pete says Minagawa has displayed lifesaving bravery and devotion discovering 39 of the weapons in five years a rat being light enough to cross a minefield without triggering the explosives in London, Simon Oh, in Fox News. Whether or not you knew this tomorrow is national coffee Day, and I'm sure Hallmark makes a card. And if there's one thing coffee drinkers like more than a cup of Joe, it's a free one Tin roof on the house, and that's exactly what some coffee giant's we're offering. Deals available tomorrow, and I just kind of pan through this to see what's applicable to us here. 7 11. Those using their seven reboard Zap can get any size coffee for a buck at Duncan. You can get a free medium hot or iced coffee with any purchase at restaurants nationwide. And Starbucks order a grand day or larger, handcrafted beverage. Didn't get a free drink offer loaded to your account. So tomorrow enjoy. National Coffee Day, a little Cup of Joe hard to argue the convenience of online shopping, right? And it certainly was a godsend during this corona virus quarantine. We're all been under and it continues to bay. But it seems some folks love online shopping. Ah, little bit too much. They admit to that they're finding it hard to live without it. New British survey which of course can translate here says almost a quarter of adults say that there Partially addicted to online shopping. 82% say they shop online because it's easier to find what you want and to keep track of your spending. Of course, the best part of online shopping is getting your packages and some folks get just a little bit too excited about that. 53% of those polled say they get excited on delivery day when the doorbell rings. 68% will constantly check on the arrival of their purchases. While some shoppers and we're excited by getting their packages, then by video calling with friends and family getting packages is also more exciting than the end of a workday. For some people in some folks shop online so much that 10% even know their delivery driver by name. And as for the top reasons, folks prefer online shopping. It's easier to find what you want. There's more variety online. They say You can do it in little bursts, so you don't have to go on a long shopping trip. They claim it's easier to track the spending. It's a good way to treat yourself to give yourself little gift. It makes it more exciting when you wait for the package. You like getting the post. You can do it while you're at work and waste your employer's bucks in time puts him in a good mood, and some people say Look, it's just more fun to shop online. 7 30. Let's hit the road.
"minagawa" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Until later today. A high speed car chase has ended in the San Fernando Valley, the driver of a covered truck was seen intentionally veering to sideswipe other drivers as he sped by on the 405. And to 10 freeways last night, the man eventually stopped when he crashed into the middle barricade, causing a trail of sparks cop stays the man as he walked up to them quickly and ignored orders. Thousands of families have been flocking to the Orange County Fair for a taste of fried fair food. Despite the pandemic, the OSI affairs Terry Moore says, people can get deep fried Oreos deep fried cheesecake. Even deep fried butter cruise around and go to the stands that they want order from. There's no getting out of the car, no parking. Everybody's safe in their masks, the vendors, representives will come up and take their order, and then they can go and enjoy their food in a park at the beach or in the safety of their own home. More says people can also get turkey legs, roasted corn, Hawaiian chicken bowls and other fair favorites. Room about a dozen vendors, he says the weekend event has been so popular. It's being extended until the end of October. And finally some say he's nothing but a rat. Others say. He's a hero. His name is Minagawa, and he's been awarded a gold medal for showing lifesaving bravery and devotion to his duty and Cambodia. Margot is a land mine detection rat. The tiny little guys cleared more than 141,000 square meters of land in Cambodia, and for that he's gotten the PT as a gold medal for animals, which is equivalent to awards. Given two British citizens and members of the military. Magali can search an area as large as the tennis court in just 30 minutes, where it would take up to four days for a human with a metal detector to clear the same size area in addition to his tiny gold medal It was promised some extra watermelon this weekend. Jennifer Jones Lee Ko Phi News, So Cal weather from Ko Phi Sunny skies. Mild temperatures right now. 65 in Sherman Oaks, 60 Foreign Downey. 64 in Braila and 66, Irvine. We lead local.
"minagawa" Discussed on Apologetics Live
"He goes all. Excuse me look. We aren't going to have an affair it ain't going to happen and I don't boast in me because the man who donate I boast in Christ? That's where his post in Christ is doctored of moral intolerability. Comes out in his holy kissing sermon justified in kissing the women embracing the women meeting alone with the women in. It's fine to kiss the lips but that's a little much for our society now. Think about that if you're meeting alone with the women you've taught that it's fine to kiss them on the lips. It's fine to embrace them. If ever there was grooming being done. It's right there and it was done the Light Day. It was done in the pulpit. And that's sermon. Still up right now. But he's not done. He goes on to say yells it. It's it's an all caps here my nose exclamation where he says. We told me naked. Fine to full-body embrace to kiss even on the maps and meet systematically loan with the women of the Church and give them sexual council explicit sexual counsel as long as you don't meet naked. Is that the qualification. I thought it said FLEE FROM SEXUAL IMMORALITY. I thought it said make no provision for the flesh filled desires there and I thought it's passers above reproach we don't meet naked again. What pastor have you ever heard after say? We don't be it. This is insanity it goes on quote. Look I can kiss you an avid be holy. Not only just the man not have a fear of God or fear of God who should have stood up and walked out or stood up and taken mike out back to teach them a lesson. Demand has no fear of his wife. I no fear of God. No feared Minagawa. No fear of his wife any godly wife with a backbone would would have walked up to that pulpit and giving what for my good would have that would have been my last as the pastor simply because my wife as she gave you the public beatdown he goes on quote. The devil lies to us and says there's something wrong with that. There's something wrong with these full-body embraces this kissing even on the lips and meeting alone for systematic private meetings the devil. It's the devil who lies to us. It's not two thousand years of Church History Council in the clear word of God. It's the Devil. Who's lying to us? You see what does to the minds of his congregants to see how he tells them their God given conscious conscience their biblically informed. Conscience is crying out against this and Mike says the devil lies to us. See once you tell and teach and convince the congregation that their God given confidence that they're biblically informed conscience. Is the devil line to them. Now anything can happen. You opened up the floodgates for every kind of moral atrocity this is exactly what the bog one rosny. She did in every other cult leader who wanted to abuse women sexually. I'm not saying Mike is doing the act. I'm saying he is grooming them in the same way. Yeah because I will say that of all the people I talked to. There is not been one. That's made a claim. He's actually touched them. Like no no claims whatsoever and I want to be very very clear. Yes I'm terry down here. That claim has not been made by by us on the show by you chuck by Kevin last week. I mean none of that. This is literally the doctrines that are being put out there. So so let me ask. Let me ask you this check. So as a pastor now for me as a dentist We had a practice in my office to not meet with women alone as well right and so if we had to interview a female my wife or or staff member was always there In the in the office we had open architecture but there would not be a situation where were there will be two people in a closed room closed door at any point right if I got an emergency phone call which happens on the weekends and it was a female actually even for males redid this If if I had to go in the office and meet them I would always have either my wife coming with me or somebody one of my staff members meeting up there and it's just so happen which has happened that. I got the office and the patient had the office and either my wife driving separate or a staff member. Who's coming and they were late. I would not go into the building. We would outside until that other person came so we can in just not that. You don't trust people but that there there is a level of of professionalism and be of reproach being above Any any possible accusations in so Andrews asking a question about job architecture. Meaning that we don't have in my old office. We don't have closed rooms with closed. Doors Open architecture would mean that there is. There's only half walls kind of between arbitrary. So there's some privacy but like your voices are going to travel people can see as they walk by like. There's no there's no hiding anything and in fact when I when I tried choking Andrew to death with an impression a few years ago and Justin Peters was in the next room getting his teeth whitened and laughing hysterically while doing this it was all it was all open that we'd see these. No that wasn't that wasn't funny. No it was but okay. So so. Here's my maybe a little. Yeah is as as a pastor Let's say a female is by the way for the record? He wasn't choking me like an Jitsu move. He was choking me by sticking so much mold in my mouth said it went back to the back of my throat. Just for the record yeah. I purposely filled that trailer twice. Lots of fluoride. But I've never heard Andrew quiet for that long period of time before.
"minagawa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Associated Press sixteen years ago he was expelled from Zimbabwe recently he went back to look around at the country that he covered for decades Milton told me the water shut off in her ari is the result of both drought and economic crisis there's no water going through the pipes people were lining up to pump water from wells to wash their clothes in brackish streams or ponds so we're seeing a city and and the country that is really suffering from huge. winds from an economic down turn as I say you know no electricity and in the capital for as much as nineteen hours a day no water this is is something that was just unthinkable when I was living there I would imagine having spent so many years in Zimbabwe you have lots of friends there what are the differences in their lives since you've been away. well those of my friends were still in Zimbabwe they have experienced a roller coaster since I was expelled they have experienced hyper inflation of more than a billion percent relation while yeah and also they experienced or something you know surprises in political situation they saw Robert Mugabe fall from power and there was a tremendous amount of optimism and excitement to think that things were going to get better and now two years later at the death of Robert Mugabe they're saying well actually things aren't better at all and the government under Emerson Minagawa has not achieved economic growth or an improvement in things so they're they're disappointed was so that the big question is why not I mean I remember the optimism people saying the country will be more free the country will develop economically it's Mugabe essentially many people said that's been holding us back and then you sing into but in two years nothing's happened what why not. well Robert Mugabe left but the same party sign in PS and the same military are running the show and they are not making the kind of substantial fundamental changes in the way the country is run that will will improve things for the average about when one thing that was interesting that I'd like to highlight was a doctor who was calling for a strike to get higher wages he was abducted he was tortured and he has now been released because there was an outcry amongst the medical community and throughout some by way and of course it's great that he has been released but it was one of a series of abductions of government critics in recent months so it shows that there is a level of our political repression still in Zimbabwe what do you think happens next in Zimbabwe is there some political leader political party waiting in the wings that has the potential to turn things around. I don't see that political leader waiting in the wings and it might be further in the wings then I can see at this point you know things are going to come together so that the country returns to the kind of prosperity that I saw it but I think it's going to take quite some time intermountain thank you so much for being with us thank you know well. Andrew Meldrum the AP's Africa editor joined us on Skype from Johannesburg you're listening to morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep and it's ten minutes before six o'clock the California report is coming up shortly let's check out the roads with Jo hi Jo hi Beth just a few problems six city south on the Concord is the latest near Concord Avenue.
"minagawa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"It for Kuznetsov over Minagawa the second three nothing Washington. His awful puppet. The near corner to be drew Orla. Cap ski left or right in the second or alive is still out there. He started the period out on the ice you'd like to buy. So he can get off to the caps bench off a pass fines Virata etcetera across the line. A little feat onsite haggling of circle for Oshii looking for the hatrick. But he stripped it front by Sergeyev left wing, caloric to center, ice and Colbert across the Lila point shot. Save Nate by Hopi the rebound brought to by that is stripped by Miller T Miller steel, right circle, right point, Arruda shoots blocked because nets up we'll bounce out to center Rudy knocks down. Let's for quarter off stick. That's awful pursuade each check bit by Coburn lighting retreated Mila look to spring seraglio middle. It's knocked away. 'cause nets off RAV side Carl Haglund banks leading did mix up the lines on the Sara Lee. Or mix up that wine. Anyway, we'll see the other lines look as we start the second period. Johnson. And the Tampa Bay defence is on bubbles away to LARs Eller, alternate for Haglund left circle. Back for allergy of circle dances by LARs Eller to the right point John Carlson. Carlson shoot seed by Vassilis along rebound stamp goes off his stick held Eller left point Heller turns to Carlson, set point of circle, juice, juice wide. Open shoots, and he missed wide. Right. Here's walked closer to the net across the right point shot is blocked by Colbert. It bounces on Vassallo you've covered. Well, that was the best shift for the capital. So far in the second after lightning the run of play.
"minagawa" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Was totally fooled by the the fake shot by kucherov kucherov, fake shoots. It puts it into the crease area. Uruguay have coming from his right to his left is out of his crease. And then loses his balance slides four or five feet out of the blue pages. Nowhere to be seen when Miller who has partially covered right on the edge of the blue paint could adjusted that one off in. I sure it into the net. Personally, it pretty easy goal on the power play there for the lightning. But that one's on Greek your more than anybody else. Bill Gates is twelve got three goals in the last four games. Kucha on another says he's got to tonight a hundred and three points on the year and headman gets the other assist. Admit is now tied with Dan. Boyle for the all time franchise record sorelle. Maybe a breakaway parental cutting it front, and he got hooked by shattenkirk. But they said it was okay disrupted the shot attempt court falls upright corner. I thought solvent shoots blocked. Remember Sergeyeva point Ritz it over the net. Here's Gordon the right corner. Yati Gort keeps it moving right corner. Sara Lee he's had a couple of chances in the clear in this game et cetera. Pass picked up by place in trying to clear what off tips stake into the Rangers bench finishing that thought. Head minagawa. Allie was one point shy of tying boil for the all-time power play point record by defense. But he's now drawn eat it with that assist. The New York Rangers trying to get a little emotion as game right off the opening faceoff, and it continues. Now, Brendan Lemieux the newest New York ranger pushing and shoving with Yanni gorge before the park was even dropped now. Read at the end of this last shift chlorine gets into Lemieux's face. And there's a lot of exchanges as they go over to the bench. So we'll keep an eye on that. That's the kind of player Lemieux it. Neutral zone pace up went for booty EVA's. Connor brickley. Looking for Brenton Smith at center ice back from Marc stall against it. Smith turns it into the lane again chip it out for Callahan of the right wing Callans Marion blocked by Smith. Sweep it by the lightning that headman bumps it around to the near side for Dan Girardi to nothing lightning in the first Gherardi clears to center ice pockets. Get a cheese at across the blue light is check by the Angelo. But the puck his back to pocket centering.
"minagawa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And he was not the typical visitor that came into the orphanage wise, all you know. Often it had gone into a complete dilapidation. It was in the late eighties. You know, and me and my sister we were going to go in the street. We were on a list to be thrown out of the often leaders get closed down on we begged him. We saved please take us away. We need to be with you. We need to be in a family with you. And obviously, you know, the right checks were done the lady who run your mic Sadia Shaw later. We were moved to this lovely apartment. I was going to school. I was in a family environment. You know, learning how to cook sushi, and he took it about Japanese culture in disciplines and all the for me for the first time in my life. First of all the one thing that we all take for granted. And we talked about security is a key. Whether you're growing up in the system known often, it's the one thing that you don't have is your own ki ki is a symbol of success is a symbol of so many things, but a key is also a symbol of. Purity you open the door you go into your home. You feel that safety unsecurity? The orphanage does not give you unconditional. Love your fighting your attention for the staff out of one hundred children to be able to come to you. And when I mean unconditional love I have three children. Okay. Sixteen fourteen on three years old. I'm one person and even struggle sometimes to know how to divide myself in those three children too. You know, I believe I'm a good enough mother. And I know now that there is absolutely no way you could give a child in an orphanage the same unconditional love that you would give one individual child to sixty children to seventy children to one hundred children. Okay. Let's pause there to remind you that you're listening to the conversation today on the program, I'm joined by Haiti camp and require button to who placed into institutional as children we discussing their experiences and the impact living away from the families had on their lives. Haiti I'd like to talk about mental health, and what the challenges were of the coming an adult after a chaotic childhood such as the one that you had how would you say the trauma affected you quite badly. Really? I think. Yeah. And daughter one daughter who's thirty seven now, I always call my daughter, my lifesaver because if I didn't have how wouldn't be here. I know. And when she was aged five I had a nervous breakdown. And they think it was because she reached the age when things started to go wrong in my life. For me. And I actually ended up in an institution. And was there for maybe a month couple of months and came out of there. And so I'm really not coping on each go back in. So and they said that was okay. Take me back head. And so on this day that I was due to go back into the mental institution. It was called that I go I take my daughter to school. And then I'm going to come back and packed my things and my daughter knew that she was going to stay with friend dude offer to look after a while I tried to get better. And as I walked out to school. I didn't know what happened. But I just thought do you know, what I let this affect the rest of my life where I can live my life and my friends at Michigan. So you really well today funnily enough, and I said, I am not going, and that was it, and I've coped much better than so although have bad days, and I can get down. I never get depressed. Like I used to. I know I'm just feel. Bit that day Kaya, how has the tomb affected you? So for me, I developed anorexia anorexia was my strategy to cope with pain whenever I don't eat. I don't fail. But the thing is unreal. Xia for me. First of all as a mother to three children be like what Haley Sade when I feel pregnant with my first child. I remember feeling that this child has actually saved me because what I was pregnant. I was able to eat when I was eating. I wasn't eating for me. I was eating for the baby. So as time went on. It was almost like, oh, this is actually quite good. I cannot really become somebody. So I had moments of being normal and being sort of functioning. But before I was pregnant with my daughter. I was in hospital. I was sectioned as well. Literally collapsed in my walk environment just to understand the timelines. So he lived in Kenya in the foster family, and then you move. Moved to London and began working here begun working here to help me with all of me. And my sister to come here and also to go look for my mom, and it's that time in my life that unrest to cold because it's just one of those things that over many, many years of trauma and depression things just crumbling down on you. And I couldn't cope, and I was very societal. I just wanted to die. A didn't see the reason why she'd be alive, you know, and we need to hospital, and I was my weight was stabilized. I met my husband, and I fell pregnant with my first baby. And the challenges of being a mother we mental health issues, especially as a child who came from an orphanage. You don't know you have no fallback. You don't have someone to call. You. You don't have anyone to help you and to support you on there. If we have to do it on your own. So it's a constant struggle. And although I have a mother she she's got me to heal tissues, and means that you have a mother who's president? But who's also psychically not present. But most importantly, I was able to get the right help. I'm support. I got a lot of therapy. And I am also training. I'm doing masters, cutting psychotherapy. I'm also specialist in eastern disorders, and it's taken many many years, but I have the right support to have a wonderful husband who has been able to right beside me off the mini as in Haiti can you relate to some of the challenges that require face when it came to motherhood and trying to create your own family. Yes. When people. Grow up. I think in a stable home, and they've got this unconditional love, and and they learn all those things that people take for granted. So they grow up, and they watch their mother cooking all they land about budgetary or they see them sewing, or I didn't have a clue cow to do any of that at all. And I was quite lucky when my talk to his fastball and a had strong women in my life. So I was really lucky I wouldn't have managed without them. Not all he did you manage to rebuild your relationship with your step mother and father. Well, when I was about I think it was in my thirties. I heard from someone not my father wanted to see us all so I decided to go and see him and spoke to him. And we kind of had a drink together was talking, and I just decided that actually had nothing in common with him. And I didn't like him as a person because he or she quite weak. Person and had no respect for him. So I manage so long without him. I didn't really feel that he would be a positive influence in my life. So I didn't I just decided not to see them again. Having heard very harrowing experiences that you went to I wonder if there's been any positives to experience overall. You know, the word that comes into my mind is one word, and that's forgiveness when you help forgiveness in your heart. You said you feel free because having a lot of baggage because of your experiences that you've gone through. And using them as a way to to get angry and to get resentment that for me is very disempowering. I had hope I leave with hope all of my life that someone will come and take me away. Involve me, Intermedia Minagawa. Did that for me because he did that for me? I can only say I have no owns of hate. Or anger or frustration in my heart for anyone all I can hope for today is that any child who is going through any pain suffering or not even every child anyone, you know, the only thing that is going to serve you is to let go and let God and Haiti you now work to house on where people including refugees has the childhood you had given you a better understanding of their plight. Yes. I think so I'm I work for housing satiated, but I don't house them. But saying that I have worked in a housing project helping refugees. And so I worked on me. Shout shouted building team in Calais. So I do of work with asylum seekers and refugees and worked in the refugee camps in Iraq in Palestine, and I can never walk out. Why kind of feel this massive empathy towards refugees on this massive effect? With them. They're just the most courageous resilient people. You could ever me and think his because I was displaced. And also the was another experience, I think that probably had something to do with that. And that was when I was young in school. We collected winter clothes for Ugandan, Asians that were house near us. And I remember going out when I was probably about eleven then and just thinking they were just the brave people I've ever met thought they had been displaced and here they were in a completely different country would never know when they would go back or if they would ever go back with they'd ever see other people from their family retire you now campaign to close finishes. Why? Well, I was in a beautiful house in the countryside with my children in my dog. And I realized that I have been blessed abundantly in ways that I could never imagine. Of always wanted to make a difference. But then I thought to myself what could possibly to and just like that. And the silence compaign came up on Instagram. And I remember calling hoping homes for children in saying come and walk with you. You are what I wanna do. I want to be able to help this children in that time in my life. I was going through checkups for my thyroid problems. I thought it had consulted lost a friend of mine through cancer. She was thirty nine years old. And I started to question. What is my par Paris? Why am I here why? And I knew that I had to stand up, and I had to speak on behalf of my eight million brothers and sisters were confined it off which is today for someone to hear me and say, you know, what if I told my story today and somebody somewhere in the world someone did what immediate for me? I'm very happy but likes to take a country like Rwanda. Which set a very bishops goal to be the first African country to eliminate orphanages. And it's been successful to some extent. But the awesome critics who argue that the speed at which has been done has left some kids worse off because they couldn't or didn't want to stay with the family. So my question is do you think it has to be on on nothing? Is there a middle ground to be found? Maybe smaller care homes or another solution that doesn't mean eliminating niches altogether. I believe the alternative is a loving family. I don't think there's anything better than a loving family because when you have a loving family.
"minagawa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Come to the orphanage. And he was not the typical visitor that came into the wise old, you know. And then the often it had gone into a complete dilapidation. It was in the late eighties. You know, and me and my sister we were going to go in the street. We were on the list to be thrown out of the orphanage the orphanage gonna get closed down. And we begged him we saved please take us away. We need to be with you need to be in a family with you. And obviously, you know, the write checks were done the lady who run your off Sadia Shaw. Sooner or later, we were moved to this lovely apartment. I was going to school. I was in a family environment in learning how to cook sushi and. He, you know, talking about Japanese culture in disciplines and all for me for the first time in my life. First of all the one thing that we all take for granted. And we talked about security is a key. Whether you're growing up in the KFC steamed and often, it's the one thing that you don't have is your own ki ki is a symbol of success is a symbol of so many things, but a key is also a symbol of security. You open the door you go into your home. You feel that safety. Unsecurity the often each does not give you unconditional. Love your fighting your attention for the staff out of one hundred children to be able to come to you. And when I mean unconditional love I have three children. Okay. Sixteen fourteen on three years old. I'm one person. And I even struggle sometimes to know, how to divide myself in those three children to you know, I I believe I'm a good enough. Nada. And I know now that there is absolutely no way you could give a child in an orphanage the same unconditional love that you would give one individual child to sixty children to seventy children to one hundred children. Okay. Let's pause there to remind you that you're listening to the conversation and today on the per gram joined by Haiti camp and required button to women who are placed into institutional K as children we discussing their experiences and the impact living away from the families had on their lives. Haiti I'd like to talk about mental health, and what the challenges were of becoming an adult after a chaotic childhood such as the one that you had how would you say the trauma effected you quite badly? Really? I think. Yeah. And daughter one daughter who's thirty seven now, I always call my daughter, my lifesaver because if I didn't have how wouldn't be here. I know that and when she was aged five I had a nervous breakdown. And they think it was because she reached the age when things started to go wrong in my life for me. And I actually ended up in an institution. And was there for maybe a month couple of months and came out of there. And so I'm really not coping Anita go back in. So. And they said that was okay, they take me back in. So on this day that I wished due to go back into the mental institution. It was called that I got up. I thought take my daughter to school, and then I'm going to come back and pack my things and my daughter knew that she was going to stay with a friend do offer to look after a while I tried to get bit better. And as I walked out to school. I didn't know what happened. But I just thought do you know, what I could let this affect the rest of my life where I live my life and my friends at Michigan. So you really work today, funnily enough, and I said, I am not going, and that was it, and I've caught much better than so although have bad days, and I can get down. I never get depressed. Like I used to. I know I'm just feel. Being a bit down that day require how has the trauma affected you? So for me, I developed anorexia anorexia was my strategy to cope with pain whenever I don't eat. I don't feel but the thing is director for me first of all as a mother to three children be like what Haiti Sade when I feel pregnant with my first child. I remember feeling that this child has actually saved me because when I was pregnant I was able to eat when I was eating I wasn't eating for me. I was eating for the baby. So as time went on. It was almost like, oh, this is actually quite good. I can actually become somebody. So I had moments of being normal and being sort of functioning. But before I was pregnant with my daughter. I was in a hospital. I was sectioned as well. Literally collapsed in my work environment just to understand the timelines. So he lived in Kenya. In the foster family, and then you moved to London and began working here. I'll be done walking here to help me with all of me. And my sister to come here and also to go look for my mom, and it's that time in my life that unrec too cold because it's just one of those things that over many many years of trauma. Depression, things just crumbling down on you. And I couldn't call when I was very societal. I just wanted to die. Didn't see the reason why I should be alive. You know? And that's when we need to hospital, and I was my weight was stabilized. I met my husband in the night feel pregnant with my first baby and the challenges of being a mother with mental health issues, especially as a child who came from an orphanage. You don't know you have no fallback. You don't have someone to call. You. You don't have anyone to help you and to support you on if we have to do it on your own. So it's a constant struggle. And although I have a mother she she's got a hill. Tissues, and means that you have a mother who's president? But who's also psychically not present. But most importantly, I was able to get the right help. I'm support. I got a lot of therapy. And I am also training. I'm doing masters in counselling and psychotherapy. I'm also specialist in. In eating disorders, and it's taken many many years, but I have the right support. I have a wonderful husband who has been able to right beside me all throughout the mini as Haley, can you relate to some of the challenges that require face when it came to motherhood and trying to create your own family. Yes. When people grow up, I think in a stable home, and they've got this unconditional love, and and they learn all those things that people take for granted. So they grow up. They watch their mother cooking all they learn about budgetary or they see them sewing or I didn't have a clue cow to any effect at all. And. I was quite lucky when my daughter was fast born a had strong women in my life. So I was really lucky I wouldn't have managed without them. Not all he did you manage to rebuild your relationship with your step mother and your father. Well, when I was about I think it was in my thirties. I heard from someone not my father wanted to see us all so I decided to go and see him and spoke to him, and we kind of had a drink together with him. And I just decided that actually had nothing in common with him. And I didn't like him as a passer because he actually quite weak person and had no respect for him. So an I managed so long without him. I didn't really feel that he would be a positive influence in my life. So I didn't I just decided not to see them again. Having heard some your very harrowing experiences that you went to I wonder if there's been any positives to experience overall, you know, the word that comes into my mind is one word, and that's forgiveness when you help forgiveness in your heart. You said you feel free because having a lot of baggage because of your experiences that you've gone through and using them as a way to to get angry and to get resentment that for me is very disempowering. I had hope I leave with hope all of my life that someone will come and take me away in love me Intermedia Minagawa did that for me. And because he did that for me. I can only say I have no bounds of hate or anger or frustration in my heart for anyone all I can hope for today. Is that any child who is going through any pain suffering or not even every child anyone, you know, the only thing that is going to serve you is to let go and let God and Haley you now work to house on where people including refugees has the childhood. You had given you a better understanding of the plight. Yes, I think so I'm I I mean I work for housing association, but I don't house them. But saying that I have worked on a housing project helping refugees. And so I worked on the shout building team in Calais. So I do of work with asylum seekers refugees and worked in the refugee camps in Iraq and Palestine, and I can never walk out. Why I kind of feel this massive empathy towards refugees of this massive affection towards them. They just the most courageous resilient people. You could ever. For me and think his because I was displaced and also the was another experience, I think that probably had something to do with that. And that was when I was young in school. We collected winter clothes for Ugandan, Asians that were house near us. And I remember going up when I was probably about eleven then and just thinking they were just the brave is people I've ever met thought they had been displaced and here they were in a completely different country. And would never know when they would go back or if they would ever go back they'd ever see other people from their family retire you now campaign to. Finishes. Why? Well, I was in a beautiful house in the countryside with my children and my dog, and I realized that I have been blessed abundantly in ways that I could never imagine. Always wanted to make a difference. But then I thought to myself what could one possibly to and just like that. And the silence campaign came up on Instagram. And I remember calling hoping homes for children in saying come and walk with you. You are what I wanna do. I want to be able to help these children in that time in my life. I was going through checkups for my thyroid problems. I thought I had concerns addressed a friend of mine through cancer. She was thirty nine years old. And I started to question. What is my purpose? Why am I here? Why? And I knew that I had to stand up, and I had to speak on behalf of my eight million brothers and sisters were confined it off is today for someone to hear me and say, you know, what if I told my story today and somebody somewhere in the world someone did what immediate for me. I'm very happy but likes to take a country like Rwanda, which set a very bishops goal to be the first African country to eliminate orphanages. And it's been successful to some extent. But the awesome critics who argue that the speed at which has been done has left some kids worse off because they couldn't or didn't want to stay with the family. So my question is do you think it has to be on on nothing? Is there a middle ground to be found? Maybe smaller care homes or another solution that doesn't mean eliminating orphanages altogether. I believe the alternative is a loving family. I don't think there's anything better than a loving family because when you have a loving.
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"Bill, elk Larry Surata, rob Floridian Rutgers in their whole white jerseys with red numbers in red letters, Ohio State and their road jerseys red white numbers and white letters. Rutgers will start left to right in the first half, Ohio State right to left and with that we are underway from the rack momentarily. Harper gets a start. Ten points. The other day in sixteen minutes to for four from three best shooting. Davis short Rutgers career opening tip controlled by Ohio State who have the opening possession Muhammed on the left wing beyond the arc move it up top to CJ Jackson into the right corner. For young kick out for Jackson straightaway, drives right of the lane on Baker it to the right side west and shoots the three. No, good rebound is knocked into the hands of dourson. There comes Rutgers the other way. Here's geo Baker tries to take it all the way to the basket doesn't go Mattis had the rebound lost young had Mathis Knox and away. From Baker tries to save. It goes out of bounds. And it will be Ohio State, Paul. I liked that move. By Baker took the ball a basket and coach paiko was outraged. I mean, he got hit two or three times, but the ball up to the basket, and he's all over the officials on that. So Baker made the right play. Just didn't get rewarded by the officials Baker one for ten on Saturday. Look at the fight his way through the slump Andre west. Top of the key to the left wing Muhammad for Caleb western left, elbow and the ball off to Jackson turns Foulon jumper short into the right? Young the offensive rebound that he tosses the ball out of bounds as he was looking for Andrei Weston who move left instead of right and its workers. Ball of teams men men almost exclusively little two three zone for Ohio State occasionally, but very infrequently Minagawa by scoreless here at the rack GIO Baker between the circles to his left left to the lane stumbling and falling and he's going to call for steps. Baker came off a high ball screen that time by shack dourson going from right to left and wanted to take it down the lane, but good defense by Ohio State force turnovers. Does amazing. You mentioned Steve Pikal getting on the officials for that. First drive or nothing was called in the game notes. They always put Rutgers by the numbers if you've noticed as zero stands for the amount of technical fouls or he was sorry. Ejections was technical fouls that he's been call for his career, which is fascinating to me. Here's west and on the far side foul line extended on the rack logo shot clock at nine over to the right for Caleb lesson. He's on the wing guarded by Dorset back to the basket now shot clock four double team comes through. He's called for steps. How about shack? Johnson last couple of days games playing against Fernando. And also what lesson two of the better big men in the conference moving his feet, forcing turnovers. Rutgers left to right scoreless minute thirty gone by here. The first half Ron Harper junior the right wing behind the arc up top to dourson look to the left for Matt. This comes on a curl crossover. Drew on the wing pass through the far sideline. For Baker GIO accelerates down the lane off the glass. No offensive board for shack. Dourson holding left to the lane flip the pass up top to me his first touch of the night. Shacklock? Did reset Mathis a long range three well off the Mark Caleb west and the rebound and the outlet pass to Jackson now, find young driving to the basket shut off the glass. No. We're going to get a foul or goaltender in a score. The basket for a goaltender because he hit the hit. Can't hit the backboard when the balls in the air like that. And so the first point of the game go to Ohio State young it gets credit for the hoop, and it's to nothing buckeyes. Another good drive to the basket. But the Rutgers not getting a very good whistle. Getting one. Mathis between the circles flip it to the near side for Harper quarter core out top of the key raw drives left to the lane up with the right hand. No good. And the ball is rebounded by western again. A lot of contact nothing called. Here's Muhammed all the way to the basket shot blocked away by Marie into the hands. Harper get it to Baker up the right side scoop passback back for Harper. Picks up his dribble now throw it up top Omorogie. Download feet goes to shack dourson shack back to the basket outlet for Mathis right corner. Harper open three no good. And we're going to get a foul. I believe on lookers stoke. It's going to be on Ohio State for an over the back. Lesson. Byles Johnson will come into the game for what? Gino Marie had inside position at time. Western just came over his back. Good. Look that time by Harper. An excellent ball movement by Rutgers getting an extra shot with an offensive rebound. Good job by shack, dourson, Ohio State, seventeen eleven to play in the first half. All Marie top of the key. Lob down low for Johnson held by Caleb west. And you just pick up another foul. So he found out on Saturday. And now he's got to in the first two fifty one. So that will bring Keyshawn woods in the beginning. Grad students, and guess Dona North Carolina, and he is averaging almost eight points per game. Curious Shogo on Saturday here. Wake Forest transfer. Rutgers ran a play time and Johnson posted up got behind western fouled him. Here's all marine on the other western docks under him up with a left hand. Well, short missed everything. Young. At the rebound math is almost took it away from. And then they call the Fallon Mathis Mathis got fouled trouble early for the last game, Jerry and thirty thousand ninety four feet away. Don't need to fellow. You know, it's interesting Joe, they didn't call a foul. They said his foot was outweigh me. Tact. With the ball though. It's better yet. So no foul, but is housed eight ball to nothing buckeyes, we've played three minutes. Rutgers to two one three quarter court half court press demand. A man woods has a between the circles nearside from Hamad. Sorry back to the right side. Woods back to Muhammad nearside. Jackson. Pama hobby top of the key to the right elbow. Find looks in the corner shot clock at seven counts pass Andre west and gets around Johnson. And laze it in four nothing Ohio State. Against its own that time by Ohio State. Popper has it on the nearside up top two miles Johnson one dribble. Get it to GO. Baker dribbles right at a young now, the lobby to the left corner. For Mathis try to post up Johnson nothing doing now. All right side. Harper shot clock is at thirteen pass it to the right wing foul on extended for Baker shot clock at eight and now a passed on to take away by young in front of Johnson. Lost the handle on the sideline has to wait for his teammates. Hannibal often. Muhammed pucks across the foul light mover right chance at open three back at the rim. No good. And the ball is grab by Harper. Harper Lee the Mathis who goes up and laze in with a right hand. And a foul is called blocking foul on woods. Rutgers is on the board with a chance to three point play. When we come back. Fifteen fifty to play here. The first four to Ohio State all the Rutgers IMG sports network. By coke zero sugar with great coke taste. Can.