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"mingas" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"A family show. The aroma alone is beautiful out. All of those classic belgian ales. It's you know. Borrowing fluid thelonious monk or charles. Mingas told his cat to use a commode. Gerald mingas. soon. Never mind okay. Different show but that's a fairly common thing now so we can trace it back to them. Yeah he wrote a book Published it. I don't know how well it did. But the oil. When the body to tell me how to use a commode. As i say i interesting you bought the book and there's no cat here okay. Back there is a cat in spirit and speed our hearts in our hearts so this was one of the first like craft beers. That i really got into heavily was a brother loonies. And it's got a great rich depth of flavour body. Yeah a lot of really good Dark fruit Yes you know. Yeah and it does. Come out of that abbey tradition You know little history certainly does well if it's cask-conditioned but doesn't have to be so those those astor's like it's not you know fred sanford sister-in-law we're talking about. Oh yeah that's right ed. Their fish food. So that's that's where. Some of those fruity notes. Come from in the in some of these belgian beers like you know there's no fruit or anything added it's just the notes from the yeast and belgian beers are so yeast driven kind of makes them their hallmark thing. I like about this when.
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Of them at one time or another sometimes. It's been because evolution. Sometimes it's proximity. Sometimes it's something that's been said lately it's come down to the beliefs. I learned about love and admiration in every friendship. I've ever had from the neighborhood guys to the grade. School guys to the guys who met high school and then onto the guys and gals. I met in college. Even a few. I've worked with you have all taught me so much. People are places in places are times. Memories are the product of people and places and times. Got so much to tell all of you. That's catch up. God bless you all my love charles. Mingas what an absolute legend If you want to listen to more lingus legitimate non delayed releases. Of course chris. Has you covered If you're just trying one album. He suggests the town hall concert album from nineteen sixty four. You're interested in all the albums. He mentioned try cornell from nineteen sixty. Four live from bremen Either the nineteen sixty four or nineteen. Seventy five release revenge. It's got an exclamation market. The end of it. The great concert of charles mingas mingas in europe volumes one and two and of course the black saint and the center lady and mingas mingas mingas mingas. That last one is a great album. But i feel like chris put it on his list. Just because i hadn't said the name mingas enough times. In this list of albums. I give a few of those. Listen and then get in touch with us and let us know what you think. The website is audio. Judo dot com forward slash. Aj dj on facebook or at facebook dot com slash audio. Judo does jazz twitter at audio judo jazz or emails jazz at audio. Judo dot com for a direct. Line chris with your questions or comments. Email chris at audio judo dot com. Also if you're interested in finding some non jazz music to listen to give our original. Podcasts audio judo a try you can find more information at audio dot com. Thank you all so much for listening. We'll talk to you next time.
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Supporting me diskettes friend in the uk to facebook friends and pakistan the land down under in all throughout the world. I thank you for listening in now on with this episode about eric doll fee. Think of this episode is the first part of a trilogy of episodes related to one another one day. My friend scott came over to my apartment and asked. Hey delile wanna listen to the greatest song of all time. I said yeah. I would like that very much. Scott had a great track record of knocking me out with one song or another funke daleks. Maggot brain bob. Dylan's tangled up in blue and the spacemen. Three's cover the mud honey song when tomorrow hits just to name a few magic ation and jazz have been rolling right along since conversion on the road to damascus. I'd hit on a dozen records are so it was still new. The world still felt wide open. Scott pulled out a charles mingas record on vinyl with mingas on the covers sitting down on a yellow bench..
Patrick Starrr Answers Your Most Googled Makeup Questions!
"We're going to talk to you about the most burning googled makeup questions of late. Because you you are a total makeup guru yourself. You pretty much came up on the internet so we trust you more than we trust google. So here we go. Are you ready. yes. I'm ready okay. Pay right so the first one is this. And it's very timely. Patrick so we wanna know and the internet wants to know how to wear makeup with a mask presumably so you don't ruin your makeup. So funny i saw this on tiktok us take a stronghold setting spray spray the inside your mask and your face and i believe that preparing your face and prepping it and priming it is imported and it's so funny that either launched by my primary it's coming. It's about to launch secure. The makeup magnet primer. 'cause i was developing that prequel but having a good primer strategy and setting sprays strategy so primate setting that and then going about your that's powder or liquid cream will bulletproof your makeup especially for when it comes to wearing masks. Next question is how to apply makeup. In what order. So what featured you do first and second and third and why. Well i had two different faces one. That's more like a daytime. When that's more glam but make lamb went. I'll start with my eyes. I just because i get so much follow. And then kind of let's my primer settlements. I'll do primer. I allow that to do. Its magic and settle in. And then i'll go about my eyes or i'll put my eye patches on mice to dry patches super hydrating also prime i believe in the skin so as everything is muslims and it's all just you my eyes and then i'll do my lashes and then i'll go ahead and do whatever foundation i like whether it's full coverage medium or light coverage in the conceal her and that is to go in and and baked that all with ultimate setting powder i one size and that literally secures my makeup until twenty twenty two pretty much know. I'll do that. And then i'll brides and called swear blush and i'll finish it off with the lips depending on the day. So that's like my my prefer to order. Do you think that's the most efficient way of doing it. Like just the time-saving lies to get more granular in the steps. Actually do my liner and my lashes and my brows first and then everything would just fog a place. Because that's the most like tedious time consuming part of glamorous. I'm like rushing to do an instagram live or jump into a meeting. I'll just lie lashes browse and just just on some powder foundation or a little bit of conceal her. And it kinda evens skin tone in a little bit of Bomb and i'm good to go and i feel like another perennial. Google trending search is how to apply false lashes and a lot of people. Do this like five minutes before. They're about to leave to go somewhere. So what are your tips and tricks. So you don't feel rushed and you actually nail it. The first time there is a little bit of extra steps that like to do so when it comes still whenever. I'm ready to quit on my lashes island to actually curl my eyelashes with a curler. Before i put it on. So i'll take it along the bed Let's already up. Ed not like sitting on my real eyelashes douse. It's kind of ready. Like pushed up a factor. And that. I'll go ahead and apply a little bit of not underneath but kind of on the top of the lash and then what i'll do is up at all. Set it down. And then i'll do one step as the glue is getting tacky so for me whenever i complete my eyes in my liner ahead put on the lash glue and then i'll quickly broads so by the time. I'm done bronze my face. It already in like thirty seconds to a minute. And then by the time the lashes lashes almost pretty much tacky slash dry and a puppet on a magnet like velcro. Just pop sign. And i'll look down into a mirror a kind of like a table like our particular to my face underneath by chen. And i'll take tweezers than than i'll go ahead and put it on the middle. I pop it in the middle and pop in the outer corner inner corner and a having that relaxed lid really helps without straining to i And a blinking. That we are. You have a focus point looking down into a mirror. What are your favorite lashes while we have you. I have my dramatic dragged eyelashes by one size. I wanted to do this for that. The lgbtq community. 'cause i remember a shopping. You know in different stores. That i was like. There's nothing for the drag queen. So i went for my community. There called come through. Which is what. I'm wearing now. Which is like a worse soft dramatic. I and then i've arrived. Which are might tarantula. Gigantic on fo- lashes. No brand is vegan cruelty free but other lashes that left shout our house of lashes. Patrick todd make recently and he used his collaborations with house of lashes. I love a good are dealt with super just on the go and just any brands like influence brands. that have lashed fans like levy lashes. So lashes batty be lashes and these are all my friends that i love to or and they also have synthetic and also three d. mingas while love love that i love all those i can't wait i can't wait to have somewhere to wear false lashes
"mingas" Discussed on Z104
"But you try to comfort me. Yeah, He's one of US company. Mingas woman done. You see 104. I drank, it can kill things. Can I give him a bang on something, baby? I's been elected. An animal with these cameras are on and not grill, flashing lights flashing lights coming fitted that if it a baby With the kitchen help. But he's running often include And never think of myself to do it, Brother. Sport training on every grain and grain and on at will swear even on a starbase swerving on and deserving for certain phenomena..
"mingas" Discussed on Pantheon
"Seventy seven when a penitentiary was built to house overflow from Huntsville prison the biggest most horrible prison in Texas. For a few years, Rusk had a profitable iron boundary with. A forced laborers. If you'd like to see some of their work visit the Capitol building in Austin between eighty and eighty, five and eighteen eighty, seven rusk prisoners manufactured virtually all of the interior cast iron features in the capital including the columns and connecting ornamental iron probably the stairs in Dallas there's. Iron manufacturing lost its profitability by nineteen ten and the penitentiary was closed in nineteen seventeen. In less than twelve months. However, it was reopened as a hospital for the care of quote Negro Insane. And Nineteen nineteen open arms welcomed alleged mentally unstable people of all races Texas was so progressive with integration. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, nine, it housed six, hundred people by nineteen, forty six, the population was over twenty, four, hundred inmates. And by Nineteen Sixty, seven Rusk Hospital had an additional facility to house the criminally insane. This is the hospital that Rocky Erickson called home for three and a half nightmarish years. For most people that name Bellevue means one of two things in TV crime dramas, it is the Mental Hospital of New York City. An it's also the city Nebraska where Joe's from. The name conjures images of palatial brooding structures, containing untold horrors and atrocities involving the poor souls who dare not be integrated back into society and that's the city I'm from. And Well Bellevue's history just as the entirety of what passed for mental health in the past a shocking barbaric terrifying. The hospital also represents a genuine attempts to provide treatment for all people. No matter their lot in life. The first public hospital in the USA evolved from an almshouse after New York City a farm near the east. River to have a place to house sick residence. The hospital has for nearly three centuries been open to battle plagues, making credible medical breakthroughs and serve even the most unfortunate and destitute of all of us. And for all the good, you can't deny that darkness that dwelled down at tiled halls. There are tales of pre anesthesia surgeries, the Frankenstein esque experimentation, the infestations of rats who fed on the week. Tacoma the comatose, the pact mortgage, the evil doctors in the onsite execution grounds. However nothing resides in our collective nightmares than Bellevue's notorious psych ward. Opened Eighteen, seventy, six as a pavilion for the insane. This facility was where New York City's so called deranged demented or locked up safely away from the general public. Horrific. Images of padded rooms, screaming lunatics on Gurneys, electroshock therapy where all very real and very common occurrences on the unit. Not a fun place. Over. Time. Bellevue became a dumping ground for cops to throw the nightly Paddy Wagon Hall of the. Criminally. Insane. Which is how skip spence ended up in the ward after his acid induced meltdown. skippy was by no means the only person of note, to spend time in Bellevue, which has been described as the Chelsea Hotel of the mad. A WHO's who of American writers clinically convalesce there including Sylvia plath Eugene O'Neill William Burroughs, and Allen Ginsberg who must have enjoyed his time this thing. Pound and Saint Elizabeth's. As did the English writer Malcolm Lowry who wrote one of the finest in most disorienting novelization of descent into alcoholic hopelessness Post wife, stabbing Norman mailer and post wife stabbing said vicious both the time they're. Probably, didn't share a room. Charlie, Parker and Both had severe breakdown somewhere admitted and also notable J D Salinger Fan club president mark. David. Chapman took up residency after. Well, you know. On the whole, there are a lot more of the killer type that the creative source who had sadly lost their marbles again, not a nice place. As a bit of an excursion, there is a pretty crazy Taylor how Charles mingas checked himself into. Bellevue. In his biography, he explains that he hadn't slept for three weeks and was just aimlessly walking the streets of New York when he happened upon the gates of Bellevue and could stop himself from asking to be lead in. The century attempted to swayed him explaining this was no place to get rest. But mingas insisted and went in was quickly put into a straitjacket. It went from voluntary to involuntary when they saw holes in his arm and didn't believe his story that they were track marks from efforts to reduce fatty tumors. May Stri-. He goes on to regale his readers with the racist drillings of. A German psychoanalyst that he called haired Doctor. or how he found a long lost painting of an accident apple by felonious monk who was also admitted in nineteen, fifty seven. And finally, how he played some chess with Solan, kid who spent his time in the nuthouse reading math books. The Kid. Who checkmated him three times and quickly got bored with playing that angry man of jazz was implied to be Bobby Fisher. This is probably bullshit but mingas tie his cat to flush the toilet. So anything's possible. Barely teach myself to flush the toilet. Shortly after being discharged from his two week, Vaca- at the view mingas recorded. What I would argue is the best sound to ever be committed to Wax Black Saint in the center lady. The album's liner notes were partially written by his psychoanalyst. He also recorded this track about his voluntary involuntary confinement called lock them up. At Bellevue. Back to spence who didn't famously lose a board games during his tent but rather spent most of his time completely cut off from reality doped up on thorazine. Diagnosis schizophrenia existed in his own plane shuffling back and forth them halls. Somehow in a strange twist this time being away from the pressures of the outside world freed spence to interest space where he was riding with an unbridled passion, he began stockpiling songs in his head. Though his mind was hazy and he was deprived of guitar while incarcerated. He also found that he had something to say and more importantly found an unencumbered voice to sing it. After six months he was released with nothing but the Pale blue hospital clothes on his back. David Robinson producer, he had tried to cleave just six months earlier picked him up at the front. Gate Spence immediately told him that he had had these songs burned in his head and he needed to record them before they were gone. Robinson new the talent and possibility that. In the semi broken icon and took a chance. African. Cleaned up and fed. He got a small advance from Columbia for skippy to record a new album in Nashville the very next.
Flamingos Can Be Picky About Company
"Spend some time watching. Swimming goes and you might think that goes on tiny heads but these elegant avian actually lead complex social lives. Each bird has certain other individuals it prefers to spend time with and others that avoids in other words bingos have friends the wildfowl and Wetlands Trust the WW T. manages a number of wetlands in the UK some of which have communities of captive aquatic birds including bingos. They didn't quite know whether they could just take it for Bingo. I to the environment is ticket new flock and it would be fine will. Should they care more about the social choices at the birds? Were making Paul rose a psychologist at the University of Exeter's Center for Research. In animal behaviour for five years rose in his team observed the daily goings on of five. The world's six different flamingo species housed at the WW T. slimbridge wetlands center in Gloucestershire. The five species were the Chilean and Andean American James and Lesser Flamingos the partnerships that we say between bad saw Don Braden. The badge are choosing Haizhu associate with male female pairs spend time together so do same sex pairs and even groups of three or four and those relationships can last for many years. The findings are in the Journal behavioral processes so there was some flamingos in the group. That really didn't care who the caught was for that day they would flittering and they would have many different relationships in many different birds. And of course there were other flamingos. That were less social butterfly and more lone wolf but even they had a few close friends. Those beds that at least Gary s had more investment in a small number of sexual bonds. Living that they knew really well. Rose thinks that for Mingas may have evolved their social lives due to their wetland habitats in which the resources they need are concentrated in a small area. The Sexual Organization is layered on top of this need to be in one environment. So you have to be gregarious. If Flamingos know that partners if they know that the six birds off friendly and they get on with them they can then waste less energy scrapping and squabbling with other birds or they didn't get on with by spending time with their friends. Flamingos can more efficiently director limited time and energy to active these. Like foraging and mating if I want to get one standard one in pre my feathers. Garin stand on my leg and prayed my feathers next to Fiona because I get on with her all the next of frank because I haven. We'll just scrap if all this sounds familiar while we all know. Feel now as well as a friend.
"mingas" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Because I think that's dies. It's welcome just that little bit again. I'm willing to release into an reevaluated. If you disagree with me for me it's the one that didn't grab me particularly cover. The site that I find that tune set of brilliant light a stop the album it to mates a statement of purpose gets exciting. I didn't even think you necessarily have huge jazz aficionado. Probably have to have some liking of jazz to affect it. Sounds like it's been influenced by Gospel and I think that Mingas must've loved what he did. Because if you've got to some of his other albums like the Blues and roots out which may come at actually before this'll certainly recorded before this. Atlantic is a tune called Wednesday night cremating which affects the same spirit of better. Get it in your soul. A pretty short at least two or three albums where he does. The one that came out to this mingas dynasty the cat on that sort of thing evokes this star quietly and then boom the whole band comes in and Danny Richmond swinging and then there's something of the hand claps in the middle and mingas yelling all over it really fucking Great Gospel field as much as anything but I just find that to get it in your soul. The other thing about it is an abuse. Would a lot of the show is dynamic? It has a tunas building towards something and it pulls back then it builds up again and it's just to me hugely hugely exciting now. I really love it. Well we can disagree and that's fine off to go by Pol Pot the one that really may learn more about it. I like the Chin but I like the political origins the tune as well is famous for Phobos..
"mingas" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Mingas woman done. A little weird left first Monday after the season. And so the bachelor of the bachelorette, right? It's like do what do I watch? Well, you survived it, right? And pretty soon the bachelorettes gonna start. So it the drama will be back quick. It's one of the two point seven kiss up. Hey, be happy to day coming up at ten thirty. I'm gonna get you a four pack of tickets to knotsberry farm. We're gonna get you hooked up. Nice and early today. All right. So ten thirty and coming up next gonna play bad bunny and Drake Mia, and a throwback puff. Daddy. Iheartradio music, you should know featuring Sabrina carpenter Molin you slow. Long. Wrong. It was awesome. John. I got you. Hey. When you help. Because you're. What you long melas hot? Create your own Sabrina carpenter custom station with iheartradio. Download.
"mingas" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In the employee, and what they've been through people die because this hospital won't be open. Emme Merrill, back in tone of Nevada understands those risks firsthand after one excruciatingly long drive to a hospital with Elena that have irreversible consequences came. She fell into seizure that lasted three hours long. It lasted the whole entire trip. So she has brain damage from that, she wasn't breathing correctly. She lost stock suggestion. So I think people watching this are going to wonder if it's that bad and you're so far away from house, but only need help basically all the time. Why not move? It would be great. We had the money to be able to move. We make enough to live, but not really enough to save up to be able to make that move. As for lane Mingas, but her husband now gone the rural life, they love so much. He's gone to Mike so many who live in small town, America. She's at a loss for what to do next. Will you stay here knowing there's not a hospital. My home is here. I feel my my husband here. What do you think he'd want you to do what he wanted you to stay? No. Ahead. Boo boss. Sunday morning on CBS. News Radio continues in a moment. Adopt US kids presents what to expect. When you're expecting a teenager learning. The lingo today, I'm going to help parents translate teens legs. Now when a team says something is on fleet is exactly like saying. That's red means that something is awesome..
"mingas" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Sure often resembled the blues, and he invited us all to hear the depth the humanity and durability of blues expression by framing it within the devotional lens of poetry. He wrote lyrics for Nina Simone, and he was never far from jazz collaborating with the likes of Charles Mingas baloney us monk, he often held readings accompanied by jazz combos and even wrote a children's book called the first book of jazz. We have our own Mike yard on hand. Now to read his ageless palm. As I grew older and will accompany him with the Duke Ellington, and Johnny Hodges, tune called weary blues which likes to Hughes himself often chose for his own readings. It was a long time ago. I've almost forgotten my dream. But it was there then in front of me, right. Like a son my dream. And then the wall rose rose slowly slowly between me, and my dream rose until it touched the sky the wall. Shadow. I am black lie down in the shadow. No longer. The light of my dream before me. Above me, only the thick wall only the shadow. My hands dark hands break through the wall. Fine. My dream helped me to Saturday's darkness to smash this night to break this shadow into a thousand lights of sun into a thousand quarreling dreams of sun. Thank you. Thank you. Mike, Mike yard. Confuses as I grew older. Thank you for everything. Langston? Dave.
"mingas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Brand new. King. I don't know. Don't go. Brand new. Wishing a happy birthday. Oh, man. Langston hughes. Langston hughes. One of the essential voices of the African American experience. He's not thought of as a musician, but his lyrical structure often resembled the blues, and he invited us all to hear the depth the humanity and durability of blues expression by framing it within the devotional lens of poetry. He wrote lyrics for Nina Simone, and he was never far from jazz collaborating with the likes of Charles Mingas felonious monk, he often held readings accompanied by jazz combos and even wrote a children's book called the first book of jazz. We have our own Mike yard on hand. Now to read his ageless palm. As I grew older and will accompany him with the Duke Ellington, and Johnny Hodges, tune called weary blues which likes himself often chose for his own readings. It was a long time ago. I've almost forgotten my dream. But it was there then in front of me, right. Like a son my dream. And then the wall rose rose slowly slowly between me and my terrain rose until it touch the sky the wall. Shadow. I am black lie down in the shadow. No longer. The light of my dream before me. Above me, only the thick wall only the shadow. My hands dark hands break through the wall. Fine. My dream helped me to shatter this darkness to smash this night to break this shadow into a thousand lights of sun into a thousand quarreling dreams of sun. Thank you. No, thank you. Mike. Mike yard breeding. Langston Hughes is as I grew older. Thank you for everything. Langston? Dave.
"mingas" Discussed on Rose Buddies
"You'll hear my second thing. I would love to hear your second thing is this shame. We state dinner because I guarantee you as I'm talking about this. You're going to get hungry again that could have gone either direction. I'm glad it win hungry direction. What's up grilled cheese? Oh, grilled cheese. Grilled cheeses, one of those things. Typically, when I go to a restaurant, I will order something that like, I know that I can't make it home. But if grilled cheese on a menu like one hundred percent of the time. I will give it a good long thought. Even though I know I could probably recreate it in my own home Mingas. I just a good grilled cheese is always a pleasure help your we talking about here. How are we talking about here because there's so many gradients, right? Like, there's the classic classic grilled cheese club Kraft, singles can't fuck that up. But then you can start putting grew year on there, then you can start putting in Jaman un-unsought aid onions on there. And then either that's the thing. I think. I think that I will always will always give it a thought unlike most food items at a restaurant if there is grilled cheese on there. I will always think that grill chase. You know? What's funny is that if I see grilled cheese on a menu. I won't leap for it. Unless there's also like tomato basil bisque on the menu that I can make his best friend. And if I see that by throw the rest of the fucking menu into oncoming traffic 'cause I'm going to eat the dips. Crunch is all racial needs. That's so true. Do we just come up with our I t shirt or each other's new pet names, which one would you be? I would clearly be crunch them. See I was gonna say Dipa GMs. No. I dealing here about the the history of American grill chase being very quiet, by the way. I feel like we're being accidentally AMR. I think we're just super chill this week. Okay..
"mingas" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"In and join us and bring up whatever is on your mind. And of course, we bring things to the table as well. The us in studio tonight is Darrel Jackie am Chris. And Chris you've got probably the most interesting, or at least what I think to be the most interesting of the stories that have been brought to the table apparently. Well, I don't know where it is. But there are some school district somewhere school apparently is making students where some kind of scarlet letter sort of thing that the ACLU says is tantamount to public ridicule. Daryl. That's that's rather dramatic. They aren't making them worry scarlet letter. They're just wearing a special ID badge. That says that they're slow and it's not scarlet now forget me for using a metaphor. Yeah. Yeah. We don't we know where that leads. But in this case Mingas union high school in Cottonwood Arizona has done just that. And this is coming to us from yahu news, by the way when did Yahoo. Become like, a news source. I know we read lots of stories from. Yeah. It's been several years. It has been, but you know, we kind of grow up with in my case Brinkley and Cronkite and those guys, and you don't really think yachting, right. What's really freaking me out is vogue teen? Now. A really good investigative journalism source. There's a teen vogue. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Teen vogue. Power is really high quality investigative journalism. These days. Surprised anybody's doing much investigate. Teen vote. What a time to be alive. We've we've read some stories from teen vogue. I can remember a couple of them. I'm not sure if they were really good or whether we were more poking fun at the stories was it how to know if your boyfriend's still loves you. It was not that it was all seventeen magazine. There we go. Well, it's pretty close. They've seriously started doing serious political reporting seriously, though. Yeah. All right. Not making this up. It's really like, you know, teen vogue is publishing investigative journalism. The CIA has a tumbler account like. Yeah. What a time to be alive. Well, since you can't find a port on tumbler anymore. I guess you can go greed classified documents. They will occasionally post like announcements and stuff to their tumbler account. Right. Did they just you know, redact everything? So you just see the word the tug at a silly silly story. But it was it was going back an awfully long time. And I was about to go into the military, and I knew I was going to be in the communications area. And I thought you know, I'm in highschool. Why not think about that next step afterwards? So you invented tumbler? Nope. I applied to the CIA. I'm sorry. So it was kind of interesting. So I I'm trying to find a phone number for the CIA in Oregon. There's nobody in Portland there's no listing or anything like that the nearest one was in Seattle. So there's a phone number, and it was a directory assistance. I think was able to give it to me. I call them up. And I say, you know, I'm I'm going into this sort of a field in in the military. That's back when you dial zero to an operator, and they can help you find telephone numbers when you dial zero it went click, click, click, click, click, click, click click, that's how old were talking about. But I call them up, and they're like, I'm I guess I'm just wondering if if you guys hire and this sort of field that I'm in. And they said sure just give us your address. And I did. And they said, okay. Thank you. Now was it that was it. And then a couple of weeks later get a single piece of paper that had been folded in half. All right stapled with no return address whatsoever. Just address to me that was it. And on the inside was just a very brief application instructions on where to send stuff like that. All right. I didn't follow up. Yeah. So somehow we got to that from from the first sentence, but this yahu news story headlines school policy forces kids with bad grades to wear special ID's, quote public ridicule on quote says ACLU a high school that requires some students to wear ID badges announcing their failing grades is causing bullying and public ridicule. Especially for students with learning disabilities and has caused the ACLU American Civil Liberties union to step in Mingas union, high school in Cottonwood Arizona issued ID badges for all students to hang around their necks freshman and software sophomores wear red colored cards and juniors and seniors were gray both of which are school colors. All right. These are standard badges worn by students at schools across the nation issued in part as identification the case of a school shooting attorney, Susan. Gall who is representing the school tells Yagi lifestyle because if you get shot at school the shooters not just going to like mix up the name badges. It's probably more like dog tags to find out whose body is who's right? But like, you can remove them and just mix them up, or if your school shooter, you throw them all in a big pile in the middle, and then that would be really militias afterthought for a school shooting. But maybe they do who knows. My immediate thought was well how how hard could it possibly beat a fake a school badge and just walk right in the door. Well, I mean is it like just security badger just? Yeah. I don't know of these are, you know, like NFC style badges. So you gotta like beep your way in Raytheon got some schools have stuff like that. Or what? Susan Seagal representing the school Till's lot yahu lifestyle. Quote, at Mingas older kids are allowed to leave campus for lunch, and they're colored badges indicate their grade level the security guards, unquote, but according to the Arizona chapter of the ACLU upperclassmen who struggling classes must also wear red badges, aka the scarlet badge of shame would numbers that indicate their repeated grade level if they're marked don't improve quote, not surprisingly students forced to wear the bright red badges have experienced increased bullying public, ridicule and shaming by other students and teachers unquote read December twenty eighth letter from the ACLU to superintendent genie G. A student whose identity was kept private quote has heard other students called classmates wearing the scarlet badge quote stupid, and quote, problem kids, unquote, legal director, Kathleen e Brody the students quote report that because of wearing the scarlet badge blank receives less individual instruction from teachers because they are assume they assume blank is not interested motivated or capable of learning. This all causes blank to experience increased anxieties at school feel ostracized from other students and feel stigma by teachers and administrators unquote. And when I say blank, those are points that they have redacted, right? They they've redacted the person's name. And my first thought here is do you want students to wind up getting bad grades? Because this is how you get students to have bad grades, you tell everybody. Yeah. This student has bad grades. And then the teacher winds up not. Helping that student those perpetuating them getting bad grades for the teacher takes an inordinate amount of time to explain it to slow, Johnny. You know, he's he's behind a little bit in algebra. So now, the teachers focused all the way on you know, I, you know, it's not gonna look good. If I've got red badge in my class. So right. I'm gonna spend seventy five percent of my time with him and ignore everybody else. This this whole situation story triggering my. From school like just did you have to wear bright red band. But it's just it's it's just a reminder of I think a lot of people who go into teaching. We're the bullies. And like they dominated their schools and day still want to dominate little children. I would agree who go into it for the love to. You'd like I don't even think it's the majority of teachers, but percentage a percentage of teachers who get into it because you know, they peaked in like middle school or high school, and they want still dominate that age group glory days. Yeah. And and I day either look the other way or they encourage and participate in the bullying, I'm thinking of a couple of teachers I hadn't school who were they were also coaches, you know, but they also taught a subject, and I would say they they kind of took that attitude. Yeah. Calls and thoughts. Welcome eight fifty five four fifty free. What are your thoughts? Do you think the teachers are the actual.
"mingas" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Stuff like that. All right. I didn't follow up. Yeah. Somehow we got to that. From the first sentence by y'all yahu news story headlines school policy, forces kids with bad grades to wear special ID's, quote public ridicule unquote says ACLU high school that requires some students to wear badges announcing their failing grades is causing bullying and public ridicule. Especially for students with learning disabilities and has caused the ACLU American Civil Liberties union to step in Mingas union, high school in Cottonwood Arizona issued ID badges for all students to hang around their necks freshman and software sophomores wear red colored cards and juniors and seniors wear gray both of which are school colors. All right. These are standard badges worn by students at schools across the nation issued in part as identification the case of a school shooting attorneys. Susan. Seagal who is representing the school tells Yahoo lifestyle because if you get shot at school the shooter's not just going to like mix up the name badges. It's probably more like dog tags to find out whose body is who's right? But like, you can remove them and just mix them up, or if you're a school shooter, you throw them all in a big pile in the middle, and then that would be really militias afterthought for a school shooting. But maybe they do who knows. My immediate thought was well how how hard could it possibly beat a fake a school badge and just walk right in the door. Well, I mean is it like the security badger just? Yeah. I don't know of these are,.
"mingas" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"When I sleep. I like to be at seventy said that I'm actually kind of core with that blankets and then cold, then depending on the day. I'd say anywhere from seventy one to seventy four and the rest of the house. Becky Lynn, you strike me. I'm gonna go sixty eight. Oh, heck, no too cold. Yes. Now, I'm actually kind of falling shoes of market here. I like it to be Luke kuechly overnight because I like to bunch up in the blankets. When you get up the next morning it's freezing. I know. But we have these really high ceilings in our house, unfortunately, so I have to crank it up to get it because the heat all rises, and so that was kind of a bad so late low seventies for you to. Yes. Absolutely. Maybe reproaching the mid seventies. Well, anytime you want to warm up out their mother nature. I'm done with these low thirties. Okay. Out of the low thirty s but let's not run off winter just. Yeah. No, no. No, no, no hot. I'm not really really hot. I'm not asking for one Tanner anything. Crazy. I'm just asking for like fifty to sixty. Okay. I'm with you all day every day. Okay. Okay. There is an Arizona high school out there Mingas union it's up in Cottonwood, and there is a student. Her name is Jordan picket. She began her junior year at Mingas union high school and Jordan. Has to travel to Phoenix quite a bit to receive medical attention, which is caused her to miss a number of classes and a combination of these absences and not passing her classes meant that last fall instead of a gray student identification card worn by her fellow juniors. The seventeen year old got stuck with a bright red badge. Monica say it, isn't so. Yeah. The ID card visible at all time signal to her classmates and teachers that she was in trouble academically on December twenty eighth the head of the ACLU of Arizona sent a letter to the Mingas high district superintendent and demanded that the district and a policy that quote publicly identifies and shames underperforming students. Lawyer lady what say you? All right. So I let me say that as a parent, I think this is disgusting because it's hard enough to raise kids and and to help them through school when they have low self confidence or when they come upon challenges. You know, it's it's hard to get them through that. And so this is just one more thing. I thought the line was toughened up buttercup. Well, you can be so tough. But then when the school is actually bullying your children, then I have got a problem with that. Now, the ACLU when they sent a letter they have a really good legal basis for this because they're claiming that the school district, and I agree from what I've seen so far violates firpo, which is the family educational rights and Privacy Act, which dictates that the school, and the teachers they're not allowed to share the educational information about the students to anyone other than the teachers or administration. You can't just put it out there for every other student and teachers that are not their teachers to see also. Red badge honor, also violates the Americans with disabilities. Act if her severe anemia qualifies as a disability under that act because they're discriminating against her by treating her differently than other students in her class. But then tell anybody that she's sick. Well, they don't have to tell them that she sick. The problem is that she's wearing a red badge. The school is making her wear a red badge to show everybody. And it even says to show her teachers and classmates that she was in trouble academically, and that's something that the school does not need to show everybody, but the school's colors are red and gray. So so. There are already underclassmen who have to all have the red badge and the juniors and seniors get the gray badge unless they don't have off campus lunch privileges. So the gray badge. But it's not like they've said like, oh, you're not good enough student. Yeah. They have a green bag. Yeah. Well, they essentially have because juniors and seniors get the gray badge, which allows them those privileges. You just talked about. But if academically they haven't done everything they're supposed to do in order to obtain that gray badge, and the junior satisifation junior satis, they get stuck with the red badge. Well, again, everybody knows who's who. And who's a junior and who's a sophomore? So you're just basically showing the entire school all the teachers all the parents that come on campus. Guess what? This student isn't good enough to be a junior. So we're going to embarrass her and bully her and have the red badge instead of the gray. Jordan Jona went to a school board meeting. This fall to ask school. Faculty to consider a different option that doesn't expose their personal struggles to everyone. But so far nothing has changed. To me kids, always talk about their grades all the time. And if you tell one person man, it's like a game of telephone. It's on like Donkey Kong everybody who you don't want to know is going to know when it's midterm time and its final time everybody in school knows everybody else's grades. And it's you're that kid who says well, I don't want to talk about it. Then they either assume you're like a genius or you're not doing so hot. There's no in between. So either you tell other kids or you don't. And here's the problem, I sympathize with Jordan because I had medical problems when I was in high school, I still haven't to this day. And I missed stretches of work at times. The best way to combat bullies is to try to ignore them and to just ignore it. And just do your thing where the silly red badge. And okay. So what if people think you're a freshman or a sophomore that you don't have great grades? When you make an issue out of it is really when things will get the worst because then people know what's going on. And then the bullying is amplified. You know, you use the word bullying bullying, and I I would push back and say, look, we're not going to be able to stop students from bullying the other students. So let's not give them more ammunition. Not only that. But I think the school is the biggest bully here because they're really they're breaking federal law. They are violating the constitution by treating her differently and putting her information out there. And I think that's bullying because basically, it's if you're good enough. And if you did everything you were supposed to do you would have got this great thing. But since you didn't now you get red. And I understand the concern for safety and. And knowing which students can go off campus, and which ones can't and I get that. But there's got to be a way that doesn't violate for doesn't violate the ADA and doesn't violate the constitution. Bullying will exist where students I get that. We don't need the school to do it itself. What if the school made an argument that she was wearing the red badge because she needed more attention and this highlighted teachers to the fact that she had some medical needs. And she also happened to be under performing in the classroom as a result of those medical needs. So she got the red badge. If you make her look like everybody else with the gray badge. And who knows how are you going to tell her apart teachers have been dealing with that for decades by amount? I'm not buying that. Because it's very easy for the administration to take her teachers aside and say, hey, by the way, she's having some challenges. So we need to help her out. She has an individual educational program. The IEP's we have to comply with that. It's very easy to tell her teachers about it. They don't need to tell the entire school every person that comes on campus. And every teacher that is not hers. What her academic status? But to me the school's not trying to bully her. They are simply handed her a badge, and she brought up this big issue and put the spotlight on herself. And now everybody at the school knows what's up. Well, she's taken a stand and good for her. And I hope that a different solution. Is created by the school because this one is inappropriate. What do you think that solution should be? She's in your book. She gets the great badge. Well, the issue is that she can't go off campus the school is trying to say, okay. Well, if they must have to go through some kind of gate or some some person they have to go pass to show that they are allowed to go off campus. So you simply tell that person or the gatekeeper so to speak these particular people can't because there had they haven't gained that status. So don't let them go off campus easy. Not everybody needs to know. She doesn't have to wear a scarlet letter, but everybody does know already, and it's only going to get worse. Like, a tattle speaking out about that. Maybe for the next people that come after her. They won't have to go through what she's going through this horrible harassment over a badge. I I'd be really mad. If I was the parent because I don't think that that's fair appropriate m more importantly, it's not legal. Just had to take that little jab. I didn't now legal. You see what you did there? Becky lynn. Nego boom. So who cares? What you think about it? It doesn't fly with constitution. Police in one city are actually required to profile deliver expert, and I. Next. Arizona's.
"mingas" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"You can have technical match. You can have a brutal brawl you can have a championship match or you can have this amazing display f- athleticism, and timing and chemistry, and I feel that Osprey Bouche you're going to have that same vibe that that he had with ricochet. Yeah. This is a perfect the is two guys. And I also think when I first came here last year when I did the running on Kenny in Osaka. The first appeared I couldn't believe how big Osprey was. Oh, he's tall, right? Is actually pretty tall taller than I am animal. Wait Huby heavyweight. That's what I'm thinking. I think he has a chance. Become to become the next fin que J canny spray. If you're going for that, Linda jigsaw. I wasn't sure when this controversy. You just talked about Osprey against wrinkle share that looks like two guys memorized the whole dance with some bright. But the nobody can do else can do it. Right. Yeah. The way things I had steamboat on my podcast, go and talk to you about the great wrestlemainia three match versus any savage savage that whole match was choreographed from spot one to spot done where they had it written down. They would that savage style. Yes. They would quiz each other. Gimme moves number thirty five to fifty two or gimme stealth by and see Rogers, everything buddy Rogers used to do that really, buddy Rogers. And he's buddy. Mind, but they had. Shoulder block to duck onto the jump over to international heavy. That's that's twenty four. Thirty two twenty four twenty two twenty one. But that's that doesn't bother me when you get guys that can do it like you said that no one else can do athletic athleticism. I mean, incredible stuff. And I think that's what's called these are soul special machine. Osprey both of them very special. But Bush's not a easy in new Japan guy or no years now, he is he and Kenya. Mingas almost isolated case. They started was independent company called DDT. They were discovered by new Japan and got signed away. Some when you go to new independent shows, you will find one or two guys that are already kind of special, and you kind of new Japan when discovers consign them away. Do you do that? Sometimes you mentioned if there's so many shows in Tokyo. Independent show. You go to rock concert or live house show or a movie that a not so good. You find one or two things that are special in right, right? So where did you go to the bench show, you find one or two guys? Oh my gosh. It's this guy can be something special. So do you. Do you tell somebody this detail somebody new Japan or on the not the newspaper? We've talked about have you seen this guy. Yeah. Word gets around. Then some people notice same guy. Is there a guy right now in Tokyo that you're thinking? And there's so many also what whatsoever. Special aspirin as that news generation independent wrestlers already starting emulating him. You know, what Oscar does. Yeah. Like the night after you see this guy do certain things next week you see in. You'll say moves in put they're pushing it to the next step. You know what I mean? Yeah. There's got regular guy who's athletic enough can copy the move through. What makes difference you'd be more creative? Right. Yeah. Ospreys crave. If wishes creative. I remember the first time I came to Japan FM w ninety one these Aki who I was. He did a moon salt. Yeah. And nobody at the time. And so when he did the moon so you had to make the save because it was such a tremendous move. Gosh, she's beautiful in the in the match. And that's what I said to today. Meltzer. We're talking with dynamite kid, whereas in one thousand nine hundred eighty three when Metallica came out. Okay. They were playing so fast and heavy you'd never heard anything like it really now in two thousand eighteen everyone plays faster and heavier Metallica. Just seems like. Oh, yeah. Metallica. But at the time they were pioneers revolution. That's what dynamite kid was like that is what is accurate with this moon Cy right, everything special and something about him. You know, the bottom. Yes, exactly new disguise going to be a big. He's going to be a big deal someday. Yeah. Yeah. And that's the we have. So this is for the never open weight championship, right?.
"mingas" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"This week it's Christmas. You may have forgotten. Make sure that you put up a tree and lots of lights have some bells and sing songs like well. Oh, God, rusty, Mary gentleman. I don't know Wang has released a song book of songs, you can sing in case. Someone looks suspiciously. At you and says will why aren't you celebrating Christmas? I am I am God wristy Mary. And then when they pass by you can take the book and throw it in the fire. Why in radio remind you this week? It's Christmas do not let people see you not celebrating. Celebrate christmas. Last halftime report we're going to do for you is the walkie lion. Broadcasters jet gag Brent Morrison at monk midfield in the Mingas sales here in Los Angeles, California. This is the final vol game of the year two thousand fifteen season here for good friends to know walkie lanes. And boy what a year. You know, the physical. She had last week rose Maples and surly reminds me a great deal of a little bit of a problem that I had when I was up against Larry McKinney there on the when you've gotten suspended. That's right. I mean, we've had we've had fistfights on this broadcast. We've had guys getting thrown head first out of the booth, which of course, they've needed. I'm sure you would agree with that URL. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Sure. Whatever you say, look, you all have your have your head on this one. But fact, about her is the other thing we've also had producers turning themselves in the commentators desk. Little what is the the walkie light football clubs agreed to. Milwaukee lions football club. Look you. Don't work look kit. Keep the big fat mouth shut a close for you. Don't about it. Please don't tell your mother. Hold on. Let's not have an argument here guys may be the last time we ever see each other. Nothing. Nothing touch is just that I made put in for a new spotter for next year. But that's okay. Do. You do. Do anything once kitties Jagai Giger? Yes. Yeah. So what big well, Jake never..
"mingas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"With Lena Horne. He worked at the hickory house with Marion mcpartlin all the time walking a thin line. I think I was only dimly aware of the extent to which drugs were a central issue in the scene of that building. I was just kind of a garden variety pod Steve swallow, but you know, Lin Halliday was around a lot and and Sonny Clark and several other guys. And I was aware that they were strung out in Ron's generation, which was a generation or maybe even two before me was just decimated by heroin. And I think it was kind of the Charlie Parker myths that they fell victim to it was just a some kind of a an headed lesson plague that ran through all the young musicians bass player Bill Crowe. I think we must have all tried it. One time. Another. I was lucky I felt like I'd been poisoned, and I didn't go anywhere near anything. Like that. Again. I was following in the feet of my girls. My jasmine that I'd grown up in all and in the process of chasing the bird. Charlie parker. I wound up in Bellevue where he did a little stint. They're sorta Charlie Mingas in any number of other jazz icon round up in value. Any respectable jasmine? Lose. I guess. Anyhow here. I am in Bellevue looking at these magazines and reminiscent picture on the cover of Lena Horne. Kind of teared up so tears were kinda damage. He can one of the attendance so many cameras. Oh, man. Just looking at my old boss here. I used to work with Lena Horne? He looked picture. And he looked at me. Patted me on the bags. Yeah. Okay. You take it easy now..