29 Burst results for "Mississauga"
Interview With Maitreyi Ramakrishnan From 'Never Have I Ever'
"My trae. Welcome thank you never know. When i'm supposed to be like high like i never know literally anytime anytime one will interrupt and wanna be that guy that just like hello. I'm near thanks for the intro. But now i'm like oh won't be more. We're so glad you're here. Thank you thank you. I'm glad to be here well to start off. You recently posted a voice my mind your twitter talking about the importance and the power of having people pronounce your name correctly. Okay i have taken this voice memo like five thousand times because there are so much to say like names are so important. And i find that it's a big part of your identity personally for me. I love my name so so much. And i'm asking for basic respect. When i want people to say my name right as i enjoyed that you waited till the very end to actually share the right way that you pronounce your name. Which is my j. Ramakrishnan yeah perfect. We practiced thank you. That's so refreshing. Thank you from the moment like you were announced as part of the show like declared like i'm tumbled canadian. This is how i say my name but like do you remember the very first time you insisted now this this please see my name. Frankly this you're going to say name. It was sort of like a pretty like movie moment for me. Okay because when i was growing up i used to tell people like yeah. Just call me like my trae like of cookies. My trae right. And then. When i went to hollywood first time ever leaving my suburb of mississauga. This is the first time people are saying like hey like how do i say your name. Because i grew up with the people. I went to elementary school with dis school. And i almost said like my tray and the no wait. No one knows me year. I can re-claim my name. How i used to say it so proudly when i was in kindergarten and i would say lay tree weird emphasis on the end but that was my moment when i i was like. Yeah i might trade ye ramakrishnan
"mississauga" Discussed on Mojo In The Morning
"Mississauga good. Songwriting one thing. You want to be careful of if you're in a relationship is getting relationship advice from mike from our show because he is the reason or could be the reason why this girl broke up or is thinking about breaking up. Mike story i do about me. Is i am very very honest to a fault in very transparent so like you never really have to guess what i'm thinking. Some people call it simple but like you never like my wife. Never has to guess what i'm thinking like. She'll i'm very if she tells me something asks me. Something i my face will pretty much show it. I have a bad poker face. Yes and so. I was having lunch with With some people. And i also very big over share so if you ask me a question she asked how we met and i said i i way too much detail about how my wife and i met when i just said we met the friend so she ends up like like even the waitress walked up. And i'm talking to her and it still share my story and we're you know what i mean like. Get everybody involved. Like it's just way too much. And then she is like. Oh because i tell her at one point that i I didn't want kids or to get married like at my game plan. Life was never to have kids into never get married And that changed The second i i you know i met my wife and then we got to know she changed my whole life and then my kids changed my whole life and it was the greatest thing that's happening but up until that point up into a few years before that point i didn't want kids and she's like that's so crazy that you bring that up because the guy that i'm dating right now we've only been dating for four months He just told me that he doesn't want kids..
Priest Resigns After Comments About 'Good Done' by Catholic Church on Residential Schools
"A catholic priest and ontario has resigned over comments. He made about the good done in residential schools as dan carbon chuck reports the archdiocese of toronto apologized for the remarks. Who in keenan was the pastor of the merciful redeemer parish in mississauga just west of toronto. He was criticized in june for a sermon in which he talked about canada's residential school system. Part of keenan sermon was posted online. Now i presumed that the same would thank the church for the good that was done in those schools but of course that question was never asked and in fact. We're not allowed even to say that good was done in those schools. Those comments were widely criticized. Here's mississauga mayor. Bonnie crombie his comments show a fundamental misunderstanding of one of the core tragedies of the residential school system in canada. The children were forcibly separated from their parents for the first time. We are truly confronting our history and learning the truth about what really happened. Who statement keenan apologized and acknowledge the pain and anger which has been magnified by his comments. He also pledged to do better. He also said as a catholic priest. He does not condone the residential school system and he regrets deeply that those schools existed cardinal thomas collins of the archdiocese of toronto accepted. Keenan's resignation keenan is now on an indefinite leave of absence for national native news. I'm dan carpenter
"mississauga" Discussed on Toronto Real Estate Unfiltered
"I have the extreme pleasure of welcoming one of the Great interesting characters. That i've met along my Last twenty one years as part of my new real estate influencers podcast. I want introduce you guys all to john. Solomon from perry sound. I hope. I pronounced the last name right john. That's correct okay. So i'm going to introduce you guys to john. I want to again. Obviously find out as much as i can about him. And about the perry sound Experience living there working there and All the things that he does everything from Being a pilot being a an app it's chef and all the stuff that i've learned about him over the l- wow so again. Welcome welcome to the show john. Thanks so tell us a little bit about again where Where your where your journey started. And i believe from my little bit of research on you is english and finnish are accu languages that You know so. I'm guessing there's possibly some connection to Some more outside of where you live. But how long have you been in perry sound. And what's the story before You were there well. I grew up in mississauga Actually close to mississauga ville border And when i lived there in the sixties there was no development north of the queenie Which has changed radically the last time last. Thirty or forty years but We always had a cottage in perry sound And i moved here in nineteen seventy five My dad i body real estate company here and Because my dad had He had been laid off from work on his real estate license and he actually sold He sold homes for herald chip and work with the ship corporation in the early seventies In mississauga so basically got into the market selling new homes and then said well you know what we may as well move up. That's where our heart is. So my parents moved to perry sound. And then i follow them in seventy five and we bought the real estate company and My dad retired ninety. And it's just been me so anyway that's how it got started great. So yeah so you're gonna see your former Gt a guy that found some You know found some calling. And of course you know really Re a really great career in another area and a lot of people of course are also making that move. Which is part of our podcast is to talk about. Of course you and obviously what you're passionate about the you know in life and everything else. What makes you happy. And at the same time expr- giving people the sort of the inside knowledge that you have. Which is i think..
From out of Thin Air: Belarus Dissidents' Fates
"Belarus is facing mounting pressure over its detainment of dissident journalist remond porta savage and his girlfriend sofia pay last night. Mississauga appeared in a video. Ostensibly confessing to publishing information about belarusian officials but looking extremely uncomfortable. Let's here on sunday. The country's president alexander lukashenko had ordered the payers flight from greece to lithuania to be diverted to belarus's capital. Minsk were arrested mr. His mother. Natalia has called on the international community to help. I said that. The person giving american president joe biden has called belarus's actions outrageous and i love. Underline president of the european commission said there would be new sanctions on belarus. This is an attack on democracy. This is an attack on freedom of expression and this is an attack on european sovereignity and this outrageous behavior needs a strong answer but putting meaningful pressure on. The regime won't be easy. It was very clear from the beginning that this was ordered by alexander lukashenko himself the president. The dictator of belarus ruled it for twenty. Six years are cutting ostrovsky. Economists russia editor to international audience. They said there was a bomb alert. They received an email over tanner's threat so the instructed the pilots to make a u-turn and landed minsk airport. No explosive obviously found because none were ever planted for the domestic audience. Interestingly enough there was a different message a few days earlier one of the security chiefs and belarus said they were going to hunt down all the opposition leaders who they consider to be
Biden: 'My plan is to run for reelection' in 2024
"President Biden says he will likely run for another term in twenty twenty four my plan is to run for reelection that's my expectation there is usually no question that a first term president will run again but at seventy eight this one is already the oldest to assume the presidency and is leaving open the possibility of not running again that though what effectively make him a lame duck and lessen his sway if president Biden does run again he figures vice president Harris would be on the ticket to I would fully expect that to be the case but would Donald Trump again be his opponent of I don't even think about I don't have I have no idea as for trump himself my predecessor garland Mississauga rimac ani Washington
Forever Free: Edmonia Lewis
"Hey Joel Lauren Hey so. You know what I feel like I have been I have I have not done our podcast. Justice. And the reason being is because you know every. So often we do an episode on historical person. And it seems that you do a lot of episodes about like strong influential women. And I do episodes on. Deeply White Dude's. Deeply disturbed man and I was like you know what? I'm going to remedy this today. I'm going to do it right and I had I had known very little about this person until I started doing my research, the more I learned about her the more I was. Like. Impressed about her. Just. Her talents and her very interesting life and everything. So today. I'm going to be doing an episode on Ed Monia Lewis. Yes I don't know who that is. So at Monia Lewis was the first professional and internationally known African American sculptor. Wa Yes so Her work was like well known all over the world during this time period but we'll get into it so. she was she is believed to have been born on July fourth eighteen, forty four that she didn't. She didn't know her her birthdate. Lot of people didn't warn free in Greenbush New York, which is now the city of Rent Rensselaer and her father was Afro Haitian while her mother her her name was Catherine Mike Lewis was of Mississauga, Gibb Way and African American descent. So she was both African American Haitian and native American Great. her mother was known as an excellent weaver in crafts woman while her father was a gentleman servant and her family background inspired Lewis in her later work. So, by the time she reached the age of nine. Both of her parents had died to maternal aunts adopted her and her older half brother whose name was Samuel. He was born in eighteen thirty five to lose his father and his first wife in Haiti and the family came to the United. States, when Samuel was a young child Samuel eventually became a barber at age twelve after his father died because he needed to start making money for the family and so he became a barber I know isn't as seventh grader giving you a haircut that's a nightmare but apparently. We're pulling your teeth both. Apparently. He was very good because eventually he moved out West in became an entrepreneur in a landowner and was very successful. but at the time, the children lived with their aunts near Niagara Falls for about four years and Louis in her aunt sold Agip way baskets and other items such as moccasins, embroidered blouses, tourists, visiting. Niagara. Falls, TORONTO, and Buffalo. So Little Gail. during this time Lewis went by her native American name, which was wildfire while her brother was called sunshine or sunrise, which is like these are just cool. ASS names. Great names may great names man. So in eighteen fifty, two Samuel F. for San Francisco leaving Lewis in the care of captain s mills, and Samuel provided for her board and education. Captain are mills was a an abolitionist. He was a well known abolitionists at the time. So in eighteen, fifty, six, she enrolled at New York, Central College McGraw Hill which was a baptist. School at McGraw Hill. Louis. Met many of the leading activists who would become mentors, patrons and possible subjects for her work as her artistic career developed. So during her summer term there in eighteen fifty-eight, she took classes in the primary department in preparation for college, and she was enrolled in primary courses in order to help advance her reading and writing skills along with other subjects of academia that we're not quite advanced enough for the academic department. So. In a later interview, she said that she left the school after three years having been quote declared to be wild. Oh Wow. Yeah. She said until I was twelve years old I led this wandering fishing and swimming and making moccasins I was then sent to school for three years in McGraw Hill was declared to be wild they could do nothing with me Oh Yeah. So they seem to have expected a lot from. A kid who had been grown up just like doing whatever she could to survive. So. Eight fifty nine when she was about fifteen years old her brother Samuel and abolitionists sent her to win Ohio where she attended the secondary Oberlin Academy Preparatory School for the full three year course before she entered Oberlin College, which was one of the first US higher learning institutions to admit women and people of Color. At the time, she changed her to Mary Monia Lewis and began to study art. So from here on out, she's known as Ed Monia Lewis. She boarded with Reverend John. Keep his wife from nine until she was forced from the college in eighteen sixty three. So I'll tell you about that in a second. But at Oberlin with a student population of one thousand Lewis was one of only thirty students of color. Yeah, Reverend keep was white a member of the board of trustees and avid evolutionist and a spokesperson for Co Education so throughout her life, she was kind of moved from from patron to patient as a young child mostly with abolitionist family Scott.
"mississauga" Discussed on Front Burner
"Ijaz Ahmed Chowdhury was shot and killed by police in his apartment in Mississauga Ontario according to family members, he suffered from schizophrenia and was having an episode. Paramedics were called, but because Chowdhry had a knife, the family says paramedics called police when police officers arrived, family members say they pleaded with police to be allowed to help. Users that he's going to be oxy's original. Founding member. DEVELOPED BELKIN YOU LADDER! Outside. The video taken by a bystander. Three officers are kicking. Open the door, yelling into the residence. Series of gunshots. Before all of them are even in the apartment. Ejaz Ahmed Chowdhury was sixty two years old. He was married and had four children. The youngest is years old. This is just one of several deadly police interventions. In recent weeks, involving people who struggle with their mental health police were called when court since paquet became distressed de'andre. Campbell suffered from Schizophrenia Rodney Levi. Levi was shot and killed after RCMP say they received a call of an unwanted I there's also renewed attention to these cases because of calls to defend police across North America proponents argue that money used to fund police departments should be able to support services instead like mental health workers. Today we take a closer look at why that is this.
"mississauga" Discussed on Test podcast
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Kristen Roupenian Reads Shirley Jackson
"Kristen a so you knew when we first talked about doing the podcast that you wanted to read a story by Shirley Jackson. Why was that mean? Shirley Jackson is an has been for years. One of my absolutely favorite writers came into my mind as soon as you asked and I also knew that she published a lot in the New Yorker and that there was a wider range of stories there then maybe people would not I and so. I just wish sure that the chance to diamonds the archive and find a story by her. That would be wonderful and all the ways. She's always wonderful. But maybe a little bit unexpected right. Both of my children read the lottery in sixth grade. I'm wondering how you first encountered Shirley Jackson. I was thinking about that and in fact the somewhat sideways way that I read a story by her when I was very young. Probably eight or nine In it wasn't it wasn't fiction. It wasn't excerpt from life among the savages in a humor collection that I just had bookshelf Story About One of her children who comes home from school with the story about a very bad misbehaving child in the class who spoiler alert turns out to be imaginary and then I got older into high school. Later Collagen Reggie Jackson. It took a long time before I put together that that story that I had read many many times when I was a kid also was actually also by a this woman who's Adult horror. I really love right and we do. Kind of think of Shirley Jackson as as a writer of horror mystery stories This particular story afternoon in linen. Do you think it falls into that category. I do although not on the surface right anything. It's unsettling and maybe once we get into it. I can tell you the exact word that I think makes it a horror story but like everything that she writes. I think it's very funny and it's also very scary And I think this one in particular kind of the more you look at it. The scarier becomes an horror. Something that you're interested in in in your own work. Yeah absolutely And also that line between the scary and the funny the kind of I would say sort of discomfort that surrounds writing about dark or Tabu or unsettling subjects I love exploring not sort of my favorite And interestingly the story like the nonfiction when he brought up it it explores Darkness through the eyes of children. Exactly I think that's probably a big part of why it resonated with me because it hearkens back to that first day of read by her. Yeah we'll we'll talk some more after the story and now here's Kristen. Re Pension reading afternoon in linen by Shirley Jackson afternoon in linen long cool room comfortably furnished and happily-placed with hydrangea bushes outside the large windows on their pleasant shadows on the floor. Everyone in it was wearing linen. The little girl and the pink linen dress with a wide Blue Belt Mrs Cater Anna Brown linen suit and Galileo linen hat. Mrs Lennon. Who was the little girl's grandmother in a white linen dress and Mrs Caters Little Howard in a blue linen shirt and shorts like an alice through the looking glass? The little girl thought looking at her grandmother like gentlemen all dressed in white paper. I`Ma Gentlemen all dressed in pink paper. She thought although Mrs Lenin and Mrs Cater lived on the same block each other every day. This was a formal Paul and so they were drinking tea. Howard sitting at the piano at one end of the long room in front of the biggest window. He was playing humor. Ask In careful unhurried tempo. I played that last year. The little girl thought it's g Mrs Lennon Mrs Cater were still holding their teacups listening to Howard looking at him and now and then looking at each other and smiling. I still play that if I wanted to. The little girl thought when Howard had finished playing humor ask. He slid off the piano bench and came over and gravely sat down beside the little girl waiting for his mother to tell him whether to play again or not. He's bigger than I am. She thought but I'm older. I'm ten if they asked me to play the piano for them. Now I'll say no. I think you play very nicely. Howard the little girl's grandmother said there were a few moments of leaden silence. Then Mrs Cater said Howard. Mrs Lennon's spoke to you Howard murmured and looked at his hands on his knees. I think he's coming along very well. Mrs Cater said to Mrs Lennon. He doesn't like to practice but I think he's coming along. Well Harry loves to practice. The little girl's grandmother said she sits at the piano for hours making little tunes and singing. She probably has a real talent for music. Mrs Cater said I often wonder whether Howard is getting as much out of his music as he should? Harriet Mrs Lennon said to the little girl. Won't you play for Mrs Cater? Pre One of your own little tunes. I don't know any the little girl said. Of course you do hear her. Grandmother said I'd like very much to hear a tune. You made up yourself. Harriet Mrs Cater said. I don't know any the little girl said Mrs Lennon looked at Mrs Cater and shrugged. Mrs Cater nodded mouthing By and turn to look proudly at Howard. The little girl's grandmother set her lips firmly in a tight sweet smile. Harriet dear. She said even if we don't want to play our little tunes I think we ought to tell Mrs Cater that music is not our forte. I think we ought to show her a really fine achievements in another line. Harriet she continued. Turning to Mississauga has written some poems. I'm going to ask her to recite them to you because I feel even though I may be prejudiced. She laughed modestly even though I probably am prejudiced that they show real merit well. For Heaven's sake Mrs. Gator said. She looked at Harriet pleased. Why dear I didn't know you could do anything like that. I'd really love to hear them. Recite one of your poems from Mrs Cater. Harriet the little girl looked at her grandmother at the sweet smile and it misses cater leaning forward at Howard sitting with his mouth open and a great delight growing in his eyes. Don't know any. She said Harriet. Her Grandmother said even. If you don't remember any of your poems you have some written down. I'm sure Mrs Cater will mind if you read them to her the huge merriment that had been gradually taking hold of Howard suddenly overwhelmed him poems. He said doubling up with laughter on the couch. Harriet writes poems. He'll tell all the kids on the block. The little girl thought I do believe Howard's Jealous Mrs Cater said. Aw Howard said I would write a poem that you can make me. Write a poem if you tried.
"mississauga" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Right three oh three seven eighty five eighty five is our phone number is and we're now entering and I never heard the story of the mated to this whole when we break barriers in Broncos country tonight sold all that but in the course it is let this song on if you're running like a group of mainstream America for this to have already gotten radio airplay for somebody somewhere put the headphones on segments of would you say that this is a bank this is a banger out of anger though they had not going to Kansas this is Mississauga summer this this song is not a banger first of all don't use that term is mine that I'm about use that term anyway because the kids retired in two thousand eight it's going to you fellow kids word what is the boss this is not the worst song this way there's there's much I'm not gonna name the songs because they sold it is worth I think so any song will do I would ever do it you know why because the guy said across the glass would be like to cook invited bring it up basically the Barbie song hardy girl dot talking right stop talking who is it bad I called text only you know this from caress of the draft is going to be in Cleveland extreme eyes will be on line again well come on Cleveland needs this we're almost we're ten seconds away I got friends I got friends at their Cleveland I'm happy to go out there to visit them for the draft sigar is going to show us around yeah I'll be fine yeah we did really did make it to the end of that I cannot believe you did that that song is all I am a licensing or royalty for that but now I think they get paid because we did that and I don't want to encourage that any further I mean the bombing could come up with the sequel can you really sequel that song hell yeah you can the cats out because no one should I knew you're gonna say that I do I do it's fair question why did I walk into that I hate everything about what is happening ten minutes had no worries AG circus by stopped by the bye bye Iraq to the sex line here it would be a huge of Yatim could take a huge leap someone in this defense needs to step up like Alexander Johnson did last year yes that's exactly right so all right three three seven three eighty five eighty five five six six nine zeros tech site a couple things NC double leg at cinema news today first of all they are going to support player endorsements please it's a they support the plan Ulf this is a desperate move well they absolutely have to do at this point the problem the problem has been in for anybody who doesn't understand why they didn't want to do player likeness and imaging endorsements is because it is a loophole under which wealthy schools with wealthy boosters could attract players to come play for that and how you do that is just like this I know he passed away but T. Boone Pickens at Oklahoma state would simply tell five star recruit you come play for Oklahoma state and you'll be the star of my commercials I'll pay you millions of dollars to come be in my commercials and use your endorsement like this and that's that's exactly how it doesn't have a bet that that isn't a problem for me well but it is a problem if you're Wyoming and you want to track that you want to get keep your in state four star recruit T. Boone Pickens is and I'll pay you millions of dollars to replace some of these things aren't happening under the table due to who knows that more than me all right I I know that believe me I know that what I'm trying to tell you is the NCAA's operator of the illusion of fairness for a long time meditate of highland the consumer I don't think they're naive they're just just to make you happy to ignore it yeah I just don't make us look dumb here don't rub it in our faces exactly exactly that's the established and so you know I think that's what it's not the it's not the NC NC double a is the the evil empire tried to deny kids the opportunity to make money is it they've operated this illusion of fairness and they've been the governing body and they have made money hand over fist and they don't have a way they don't have a plan to make it fair they don't have a plan to work it out and what this will further due in allowing this is it's going to have you going to have the have the have nots are you actually going to have that and they didn't want that in college athletics but the problem is we got to the point now where I think people don't care they don't care they used to they don't need more yeah by large people used to care about that these two characters lesion of fairness but you know every year it was it was okay that and then there was some kind of in the back your mind yeah you know maybe this year Colorado state going undefeated run they can even beat Alabama not happen doesn't matter and it's never going to happen it is your right and your and your the haves or have nots now and that's just how it is and that the massive massive amounts of revenue that comes in each of these P. five conferences you are if you're not in them you are not going to be able to compete period point blank end of discussion I mean this this I've actually changes the way it could change a lot of things for sure but it changed the way you're recruiting a change the way that these players will choose the places they end up going to think about it for a a basketball really needs this like basketball desperately needs like college basketball needs to be able to give their guys some money so they'll even want to play college basketball because right now the G. league start to post these guys but right now it's starting to be well Hey listen if you don't have to play because we don't want to come come to the G. league player over in Europe yeah I mean how can you turn down half a million dollars if you're a young kid that he says to provide for your family and you go one and done or you can go play money and make money right now why would why would you ever turn that down so listen this this is going to happen you need to have it and I I like your point there was there was a time in our infancy of this that we thought fairness was important even into the nineties but really they started changing in the two thousands now you're at it and I hear the people like well listen the quarterbacks can make all this money and what about the office of line and Hey what about the the receivers even that they're catching the ball to the core back into all its own sake listen these these guys even at the NFL level they get treated different it it doesn't matter quarterbacks are going to be always more famous than the office of line the block for that that doesn't change when you become a professional right that that of the office of I mean actually paid at the pro level but if you're really good at your job that's where that's where you're going to make your money right but it's not gonna be at college and then so then you do what you have to do a college you become consider one of the high draft picks at your position in your it's going to help if you have a great quarterback they're blocking for eventually you will get paid if you're good at your job but the but the fact is for college athletics this had to happen that's not even the crux of everything I wanted to get to but it it was something you and I talked about a while ago there was a moment where you were adamantly against it leads to the sense of colleges directly paying the players but showing us that you have come to the point of accepting that this is what our reality I am absolutely against colleges paying players directly I am against it one hundred percent against I'm still against it I still think it's stupid state government should not be spy your tax dollars should not be sponsoring kids to play football sorry they shouldn't if they are able to secure like this endorsements privately I let's have a problem with that I still have a problem with that but I've significantly less have a problem with that as far as inducements from the actual university free for your first free for your ride no matter what scholarships fully guaranteed for four years instead of one full lifetime medical care based on the injuries that you've you think and free educational web the doctoral level those those the inducements I I think the state should be allowed to give but it's a public school should not be paying players to play football for them sorry to disagree with that the other time you're not gonna convince me on it ever I don't know if that's coming anytime soon anyways right not yet exist you should because you have I mean you don't have to like unionize when you look at all it would have to become state employee Ryan I just so like if you're tired it opens up a whole pain really does so have all four I'm all for player like me like where you can work that out and to to be honest with you my opinion of that is that player like this endorsements should be put in a trust until you graduate or currently the the school you should be able to touch it you can thank it but you can't go touch it and there's there are some people have a problem with that again my reasons for that some of the time and really would get it yeah well I should buy but you obey honestly I'm trying to protect an eighteen year old that's still going to be eighteen year old me millions of dollars right my goodness yeah verse twenty year old me with thousands of dollars was not but a couple years old of time of playing football really ready for the draft you you'd hope that that would help you in maturity the difference between eighteen and twenty role for some people is a big differences of people it's not that there's no way to litigate that highlight your Shorty level I'm just telling you like meet me at the end and no eighteen year old I've ever known in my life was capable of handling that kind of course not windfall Corsa they just weren't and it keeps guys like it from from become N. N. you can't protect people from themselves on the one hand but on the other it creates a system that allows you to get paid for your likeness but at the same time preserves sort of the college experience you know I think it's good that the guys struggling colleges good character builder you know scraping money script a couple of nickels together while your college men also would be a costly to throw parties you guys have some money to you know to make rent listen for your rent house it it it's a different world for some people than others maybe and maybe I'm too that's like it's like a time table argument there was like.
"mississauga" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All right I'm only one door warehouse now so it was a broad view is a service of Bernie's automotive six oh one back river neck road and that's six looking at the beltway Frederick road all is well Y. table of this Houston short while we can because you he soon it's going to go back to the wild and woolly is read out but that will take us to the time being couple very still getting some bright sunshine nothing major J. affects looks good northern part way through the ranch downtown we're clear good to go with both the tunnels couple things now towards Annapolis three paving work is underway I ninety seven north bound as you leave the ramp average fifty headed north on the bay bridge construction is underway today already blocks the right lanes eastbound leaving an apple store it's kind of island it's a single lane on the left hand side stop in to Bernie's automotive for spring check up and party will check your battery coolant tires and more six oh one back river neck road in Essex property is open today in their Facebook page has all of their weekly specials hi Chuck would echo what traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio six eighty WCBS Mississauga clauses on today and Hiram fifty nine of the great his right now are viewed as has a forty two degrees a server in a park I has a forty one downtown Baltimore global warmer forty eight degrees on talk radio six eighty WCBS time to choose your fake news for stories one of which is not to identify the fake story and you will be the winner today we've got her tickets to see any other movie of the century scroll the rotunda you enjoying drinks and food at the bar or at your seat.
"mississauga" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"One else I know do do you know the and so he dipped his finger a little bit and then I went in afterwards with a knife and cut off okay he's out of the whole the First Lady yeah but normally I do like go for it like I would share it no problem we do anything I've ever to give you know people like me or people say to me borrow your chapstick but see now I'm like no that's if you get like Q. tips or something like that you just divinity doesn't have a party that's what I need you as allies parties doing your own thing Mississauga yes but it didn't bother me it right like now it's like what was I what's wrong with me that's not even a week later I'll have you see how life has changed you may if you can't changes like we really think in an extra Mary Beth all right he's got to have a did you indeed are you know we want to let's come back when I perform yeah okay was there grows a Luigi has indeed because of the virus does take around a radio being is there I just I do you notice you the go for this is not good coverage.
"mississauga" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Comes to an end not even the blue jays not the blue jays the any the hockey teams any of the soccer team Mississauga this might be they never one fifteen in a row thank Hoover anything out that way you know the kid oaks no and the nets with the victory without a like in a row no I don't know no I have never won and that is if for the nets it's the longest winning streak and they snap since they snap the twelve game winning streak of the Seattle SuperSonics back in nineteen eighty two ed if you go back to their ABA history they snapped a fifteen game winning streak of Houston back in nineteen seventy eight the game was played where was that put the island gardens all wow are you still worries that my camps yeah laverne chart had twenty six points in that game he was good at night if you remember that out of our Halifax anything and have also welcome back no even Quebec the Nordiques never won fifteen games in a row it'd been the longest winning streak that the comes to an end here tonight and the nets with the victory now won six consecutive home games going to break it now they'll head out of the road for much of the the next couple weeks after the all star break but not let's get to the folks here on Twitter has been working as radio in effect when someone of the jets nor the blue bombers never Hamilton tiger cats know that everything everything that ever did Mike mod Twitter at B. Kate it's radio Spencer Schwartz in its turn that mother in law the feds good things happen they live up to their slogan we go hard very satisfied with it it's an impressive streak at the all star break save those times he's talking about the Andriy Jordan also who simply want to know about the Andriy Jordan playing in the fourth quarter I think it was Christopher James on Twitter why did you come out well no why did well this he did come out late for the shell ball line right right but they want to why he's been playing over Jared Allen because he's been really physical he's been rebounding the ball he's made big plays he's been in it it's an impressive presence and it's it's also gotten Jared Allen going a little bit to remember you got thirteen rebounds he is on the floor but I think there's a trust factor that's developing among the Andre Jordan most of most often doing having to do with physicality discount toughness and aggressiveness and a veteran way that might get in more sometimes you get a few more calls when you're a veteran also it was the city that never sleeps on Twitter happy kid it's radio great revenge when it was an immersive defensive show finance especially the first after only about forty points so please explain why the coach would play Geritol Jared Allen more often he didn't play the last three games in the fourth quarter and I think that's you're saying it was it's almost been like the Andriy Jordan has been you we talk about offense of closures all the time so he in there to be sure to be a defensive close yeah he has he has and and he's been physical he's been rebounding the ball unbelievable as the game progresses and it's more of a compliment the Jordan deandre Jordan it is a knock on Jared Allen and think about it tonight though very smart move that is not a great match up a in the three point shot by Serge Ibaka could hurt the nets at the nets went small that's white at what Jared Allen didn't come back into the game for deandre Jordan but Wilson Chandler didn't and that's but small ball de rock said honestly I expected to win tonight we had them in Toronto there are guys made shots play great defense are back court led the way with poise pains let's get carried back and continue their winning ways how walls on Twitter at B. K. H. radio huge with a why you all going to use G. E. two wins this week with ads before heading in the all star break caris levert my god that may was everywhere tonight.
"mississauga" Discussed on KCRW
"Celebrating parasites Oscar is by watching the movie twenty eight year old hi Shakthi and says he's hoping to catch nuances he may have missed the first time round that's a hold to the doctors on a parasite is a very Korean film says it shows we can make it by doing our own thing imitating others many Koreans are delighted that Americans are waking up to the power of Korean cinema the fifth largest in the world by box office sales you mean you didn't hello Mississauga south Koreans watch an average of four point two movies a year at cinemas more than the average American French or Japanese that's Kimmy Sean film professor at John on university in Seoul until the mid nineteen eighties she points out south Korean military regimes enforced strict censorship and such biting satire is parasite would never have made it to the screen however the located there was high it was the abolition of censorship and the process of social democratize ation that allowed such films to be created freeway parasites focus on class has special resonance here independent film critic Quang Jean me argues that his economic growth and social mobility in Korea have slowed in recent years Koreans have begun to feel that class divisions are so rigid an insurmountable they're like a caste system could I don't all because there's a line in the movie which says he doesn't cross the line but his smell that that kind of statement shows hate for persons very existence not for anything they've done or said the word for parents site in Korean is key central a kind of insect suggesting that the poor are not even human professor came me Sean says director bong joon ho admitted that only Korean audiences with totally get that kind of nuance and he was not intentionally targeting a global audience with this film from the lower middle east central them as a three month bong coated Martin Scorsese and said the most personal is the most creative bong expressed in his own way the aspects of south Korean society which he knows best and in doing so she says he was able to strike universal themes as well as goals at the box office and the Oscars Anthony kun NPR news sold.
"mississauga" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To a veteran I said I'm not going to run the poppy thing anymore because what's the sense I live in Mississauga nobody wears a very few people where pop pop E. downtown trying to forget it downtown try nobody where the poppy and I'm not going to wait a minute hold for the people that play them no you go to the small cities and you know you you know those the rules on roles you people love you come here whatever it is you love our way of life you'll love our milk and honey at least you could pay a couple of Bucks for parties or something like that these guys pay for your way of life that you enjoy in Canada these guys paid but the the biggest price anyhow I'm going to run again for you great people and Canadians the bottom poppy I'm still going to run it yeah before so that's don cherry for in Canada and now he is he what I think he is every Saturday does sports stuff well not anymore he's eighty five then seem like he's eighty five he was the sickest collars anyway I ever seen in my life yeah so he was on sportsnet every Saturday and he did coach's corner and so that that was bad because they you know we have our veterans day and they were also in Canada basically UK United Kingdom of which Canada and many other countries are considered part of the U. K. and have people where Bob poppies to honor their fallen soldiers in Canada they people would wear poppies to honor fallen Canadian soldiers and he was saying that he was seen fewer people it started with him talking about how you receive your people wearing poppies to honor fallen Canadian soldiers and he would and I guess he was talking about people who emigrated into Canada and didn't share the customs or were unaware of the way in which they pay respects to those who fought for their country and people said Xena phobic and that he crossed the line and they said it was Canadian nationalism and I don't agree with any of that I mean we've heard his remarks live in clear it would just be it would be the same as someone here in the United States saying well and for the July we don't see as many flags out or we don't see and he was and he mentioned emigration and I guess people were trying to say that it was bigoted of him because he mentioned people immigrating into Canada who are not I guess assimilating and recognizing and paying respect to people who fought to keep Canada the the country that people wanted to emigrate to where is he won't even go so far as to say anything about assimilation he was literally singularly talking about just paying respects yeah that's it Sir paying respects is bigoted Callie it was described as toxic toxic grant I didn't think it was toxic at all it's not toxic so being call out because you didn't pay respects this toxic reef I can I just it's just the the bias and all of this speaking of toxins and toxicity a prominent university newspaper had to apologize to work schools because they journalism this is a northwestern the daily northwestern the student newspaper and they had an editorial where they were basically apologizing for their journalism in and it had to do with Jeff sessions are being on campus speaking there on November fifth for college publicans they write in their editorial that the daily northwestern sent a reporter to cover the talk and another to cover students protesting his invitation to campus along with a photographer because that's what newspapers do as as we recognize that we contributed to the harm students experienced and we wanted to apologize for an address the mistakes that we made that night along with how we plan to move forward you've covered it like it was a new thing which it was what what why is this wire is anyone even apologizing for this anymore it's not traumatizing to distribute through your circulation photographs that you take a public event that you are writing about because it is news if you don't have your photograph taken a public events again where's the defense of the free press free press right you go to a public event it's been covered is news guess what by being there your consent and I have your photograph taken it's news it's not like they're selling it and making money off of your life yes that is a different thing it's a news that's that's not traumatizing and it's not invasive this is these are people and that's what they actually wrote in here they said some protesters found photos posted to reporters Twitter accounts re traumatizing and invasive those voters have since been those photos have since been taken down that's not to re traumatizing and it's not invasive no more so than you pro testing someone at a public event and it and thereby making it news it's not invasive or anything like that at all whatsoever so this student newspaper is apologizing for doing journalism so this is a complete turn around of protect and defend the free press because now they're having to apologize for engaging in what the free press does which is journalism that's that's it and they also apologize I'm not even making this up they wrote that some of their staff members covering the event Houston northwestern's directory to obtain phone numbers for students beforehand and taxes and ask if they willing to be interviewed we recognize being contacted like this is an invasion of privacy guess what that's how journalism is done people reach out and they contact you they make the best effort to contact you and they get your permission that's how this works they did this and now they're being attacked and having to apologize for this is stupid they're not teaching this is actually hurting the perception of how journalism and how the press is supposed to operate they printed accurate quotes they did not misquote anyone and the people to whom they spoke chose to speak so now what they're doing is trying to re write it and and it's not censorship but they're trying to in a way I guess censor themselves thankfully if you look at the comments on the editorial they're just getting ratio it's unbelievable but it's a but and they should they absolutely should because they are compromising the first amendment because someone wait so you're telling me it was traumatizing for people who chose to go in protest Jeff sessions at a public event there by getting their photo in this newspaper that it was traumatizing that someone took a picture of them going to a very public event and protesting someone speaking then don't leave your house Jesus is a hard note this is in journalism it's not new rules either everyone knows that for years and years ago out in public in the part of a new story here but if you don't have to be asked permission I think they were going beyond the call of duty there when they're contacting the students and stuff I don't think so okay but all the data is that Zach Lee how you that's exactly how this loser images and stuff like that but then they say they were trying to do that but to me well if you're at a public event you know and some have said you don't have to yeah exactly that no one has several has never changed and that's that's I mean if memory serves as a court precedent you don't if you don't have to if you're on private property if it's a private event that's one thing but if it's if it's public property or even if it if it's a private US it's private property that is hosting a public event and media is present yeah it's a public event I mean it's just the way it is I I I the and I don't think that it was beyond that's how that's how the media I mean I worked on my school paper and we did that so we did heck I remember I would even look at students schedules if there's one in particular that I wanted to question and I would find out where they have class and meet them right after as they left ask them a question that's how the press works I'm I'm not gonna him for that is that they actually really tried they did they did more than mainstream media does and now they're having to apologize because they practice journalism and they did it the right way and that that should be they should receive accolades for that instead of this groveling embarrassing apology as an editorial from their higher obscene we're so sorry that we did journalism that's ridiculous because what is it teaching the kids they're taking these courses that are there to learn yeah exactly this is exactly what reporters are supposed to do so they don't substitute their own opinions in place of their of the subjects of their story you you you let the story tell itself and that's exactly what they were doing this is just it's embarrassing and may and and the people who who forced that a Tory Ellen should be completely shamed and I the ratio is absolutely what is called for the Serb ridiculous all of this is just so ridiculous so a couple of things here I. V. goodness so the president had tweeted this morning about data because the Supreme Court hearing oral arguments on the deferred action for childhood arrivals right and it is you know whether or not the president can or cannot cancel Dacca and the fact that this is even a debate is ridiculous because you have Barack Obama that created it without Congress's input so if he can create it without Congress's input from sure as hell can cancel it without Congress's input the end the end I mean you're literally talking about the executive branch dealing with a policy that was created by the executive branch so if it's only if people are trying to argue that somehow it's unconstitutional for him to end something that it was unconstitutional for Barack Obama have created that you can't you can't have a one way anyway so the president had tweeted this morning many of the people in Dacca no longer very young are far from angel summer very tough hardened criminals president Obama said he had no legal right to sign in order but would anyway if Supreme Court remedies with overturn a deal will be made with gems for them to stay I'm and so now some of the writer totally freaking out because of that this puts a taxing Democrats court which it always has been a let's be real but the media doesn't hold them to account this actually kind of forces it in their court now no way but we'll hear all that because it's not gonna get this I mean it's their their hearing arguments on this right now but yeah if he can cancel it then yeah exactly that's what executive with this war of the whole thing is also I one other thing I wanted to get the let's see here actually have several things but the first thing is this this asteroid that is considered the most valuable thing in our entire solar system so there is an asteroid that is out there in the solar system and it is valued at seven hundred quintillion dollars and it is billion at several billion times more valuable than all of the money in the world today and they say the asteroid has gold iron and platinum on it hi and that makes it worth seven hundred quintillion dollars yeah so it is a super expensive and I can imagine that Bernie Sanders would want to immediately tax at seven hundred quintillion literally did not even other quintile it's called sixteen psyche it is very rich in precious metals and that's why it's valued at seven hundred quintillion dollars at seven followed by eighteen zeros why are we not like last on this damn thing I feel like now is the time what was that movie was an asteroid armor what was it with how gosh bat Fleck Ben Affleck and liv Tyler was in it and then liv Tyler's dad Steve Tyler did the did the best Aerosmith ballot and they sent this this whole group of people was improved Tyler's dad and they went to outer space and then there they were going to drill into this asteroid because in that scenario in that movie S..
"mississauga" Discussed on KQED Radio
"But even if she cries of their religion good question the Mississauga yeah I'm from Mississauga so what you're lost in New York now or just you know so it's still a yeah I'm calling you from Boston my cell phone is Boston high my job is in New York but I actually live in LA all while you're just like all the while not I mean I feel like compared to a year you've been all over the map for real all right with her as soon the government now this is done what kind of give you have you can put it down so he's on she's like the basket after it's great I don't know how we love her but she was a number five we needed that anything but perfect we've been trouble alright we're back are let's let's get back in okay we're back we're back we're back okay okay so did jump back in John please throughout his school years by the time he's getting close to college a lot of his friends are getting you know offers scholarships to different you know big time schools university of Minnesota Boston College place like that for John there was just no interest like coaches thought he was too big to play wouldn't be able to keep up out there on the ice but eventually he did get one offer to play for a mid level university Michigan tack and I just figured I would in all honesty I would finish college and get a job that would be it I would have gotten education for free and you know I play hockey with the guys on the weekends but that was down to the end of hockey but then a couple of things happened first at school I kind of always noticed him he met Danielle because he was about two feet taller than anybody else on campus they were both engineering students started dating senior year you know we kinda hit things off and the rest is history and the other thing that happened was I got this opportunity to go play for the Houston Aeros Minnesota's farm team minor league team it was a crazy money it was thirty thousand or thirty five thousand you talk to Danielle about it he was like well let me give this hockey thing like a go which is the only chance I'm gonna get to be able to say I played pro and the way that I kind of looked at it was okay it's just like a little head start and then once I graduate like we'll both get our jobs that are real jobs and move on with our lives John moved down to Houston I didn't have any expectations I just worked my tail off I was the bad skater I worked at skating I was a bad passer I would work at passing up to practice but he says no matter what he did he would not get any playing time I was always a step or two behind I was I think the ninth defenseman on the roster and you only dress six four games so I never played the first I think month of the season hello John was in Houston he noticed.
News in Brief 8 August 2019
"This is the news in brief from the united nations. The unprecedented impact of climate change is increasingly putting the world's food security at risk a new u._n. U._n. Study revealed on thursday the special report on climate change in land from the u._n.'s intergovernmental panel on climate change or i._p._c. warned that more than five hundred million people living in areas affected by desertification and are being negatively affected by the climate crisis one way to cope would the changing climate the report suggests is to improve the way we produce and consume food noting that almost a third of all food produced is simply lost or wasted. Another proposal from the authors of the study is a switch to diet that require less land and water featuring grains fruits and vegetables and sustainably produced meet meet the u n mission in libya un's meal has called for the authorities to thoroughly investigate the brutal abduction of national politicians see harm sagawa gawa- from her home in benghazi mississauga was taken by a group of armed men who injured her husband and relative on the seventeenth of july the the missions statement expressed its deep concern at melissa guy was continued enforced disappearance and complained that the reaction of the authorities provided little hope that that she would be found mill stress that silencing the voices of women in decision-making positions will not be tolerated and reiterated its strong commitments to support the full participation in the country's political life and unless governments in the middle east and north africa prioritize peace and stability the region will fail to achieve the u._n.'s sustainable development goals. The u._n.'s children's fund unicef has said launching a report focusing on the goals related to children and young people the u._n. Agency stated that without improved education and meaningful work opportunities the region which has the highest youth unemployment rate in the world faced the critical risk of a record increase of five million out of school children and a rise in youth unemployment of more than ten percent. Many young people feel that things are getting worse says the report with a deterioration in their quality of life over the last decade and only half of them have confidence in their own governments. Governments unicef is calling for an urgent boosting expenditure for early childhood care quality education gender equality and youth employment in a bid to reach the sustainable development goals conillon u._n. News.
"mississauga" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Of the home but I can tell you that the area where the home is built it all in need of graveyard area not my home specifically but that there is that in the area that present those wall okay filed electronically backdrop rethinking of wall to yeah and what did you say you're at crow cannibal consists of Klay Mississauga Ontario okay well eat it if there's a native site there there's made of bodies buried all around so it could be very well related to that that would make sense all right Jake a good luck with your investigation and you know let us know how that goes you mentioned microwave stations and so forth ultrasonic I don't know if that fits into the same you know description is ultrasonic activity but it can all true ultrasonic or or a sound that's above the capability for human to hear it can that cause certain sensations like the hairs in your arm to stand up war for you to feel a presence ultrasonic activity so I have never read anything specifically on ultrasonic anything like that but you know your brain will pick up on saying that you you don't calm you're not comment Tivoli aware out in other words if your lucid memory near here listen mind is not paying attention to that but your sub conscious mind is picking up on these little things so I would think that what you described would be kind of a normal thing that could possibly happen a for sure loan frequency does it and you know people that prior to earthquakes and that those sorts of things people and animals will start acting strange also absolutely free there's something to it Greg how do we get a copy of how to be a paranormal detective well you can go to W. W. W. dot the paranormal destructive dot com it's on there you can go on Amazon also and and pick it up there Greg these three hours just flew by thank you so much for hanging out I really appreciate it and I enjoyed it thank you so much talk with you to get to weight loss all right for.
Sudan talks to resume soon as opposition halts strikes, says mediator
"Protests. Military leaders in Sudan have agreed resumed talks. Anythi OPN, mediator says, separately an opposition alliance agreed to suspend this campaign of civil disobedience and widespread strikes the army which has been in control since President, Omar Ashir was ousted in April has agreed to release polit-. Ical prisoners. The protesters are demanding return to civilian government talks broke down after dozens of protesters were killed in a crackdown on a city in early of this months since then much of the country has been shut down after the opposition open in strike for more on this. We are now joined on the line by home paint, senior research, fellow of the institute of West Asia, and African studies at Janis academy of social sciences. So Dr her a what led to this breakthrough and what makes the military council and opposition groups agreed to to resume the talks. Wow. This survey for leading for the bricks release, because many council and Auburn for position panties, they cannot have re upon like eventually the transitional in terror is a constant what kind of presentation coming from. Before they're saying often is the foam a fifteen person a member. There's kind of a crisis. My personal this. Council and seven coming from like the note of saving inside a coming from the military side by the ministry side, saying they will be inside. They'll be ahead of this conflict over inside of, you know, they didn't have break did a great. So this does eventually I think, becoming a leading for to miss Mississauga in the break-up of this talk. And now think that resume costs. So what happened is because the lots of nationalization goes on that the AU especial avoid like the labor country opium. Fi minister, despite the IB also traveled to the not Saddam playing to bring them together to bring them to issue. All these offers. The new idea, how to reach their for international also goes up after being assessing the open fire for the people so testers cost a lot of tests, so especially much. So that's why now they both play now that to to the talk. It will ask me the military civilians, they actually had agreed on a deal on a three year transition period on the fifteenth of may litter. The military just decide to scrap all those agreements. So what kind of deal could be struck as they return to talks this time? Are well on the talk actually feel goes to how shared his power both sides. And I suppose for the mini Terry concept they have already in touch, all the power now they're they also travelled, the like Amini, Terry the transitional either. They traveled to surrounding the neighboring county, even traveled body and Saudi also seems that these two so all those leaks labor. They agree upon to suppose for many concert now in so this same confidence, not the heath up any real power. So this opposition, this contact so happy, they also, you know, backstop from the, the people support, the best time from this, and I suppose and the media suppose though they wanted to come with the five whistles a. The first round of whiskey lay and then around the wrong. So that's the. Lease it will Sudan contributes military to the Saudi effort in Yemen, and his military leaders have gotten some support from Saudi Arabia, and will, so the United Arab Emirates. So what is at stake for those rational powers as they seek to protect their interest in Sudan. Oh, yes. Especially in the race in the years, this the Middle East other big powers, like Saudi UAE, and I to amorous, they all have, you know, increasing interesting on and when they're building their I like together to come from with Iran. That is Iran now has been causing the biggest threat of Assadi for three and the sole, they want your mind to the mall this, you know, the I like this thing in there.
"mississauga" Discussed on X96
"Shot her pointblank with a crossbow. Whoa. The attack which is being investigated as an attempted murder. I think. Occurred. In miss MRs Mississauga, mississau- Mississauga, the Mississauga Ontario, Canada police released video footage of the suspect that the victims door in the hope that the person could be identified emergency vehicles responding to the residents found a woman suffering from life threatening injuries transported to the hospital. Police said in a news release investigations of the Termine. The victim answered her front door was met by a person holding a large box after a brief conversation. The suspect shot the woman in the in the chest using crossbow that was concealed inside the box suspect, then fled and the dark color pickup truck. Investigators believe the attack was premeditated and isolated comments made to the victim at her door. Also indicate the attack was targeted. But that's about all they're saying about what the motive may be. Yes. Someone put out a hit on her. Yeah. Sounds like it doesn't it? The Muller report and the Trump campaign, and and presidency, no collusion. No obstruction. Well, it's going to be released on Thursday. Well, redacted for parts of it will be released on Thursday now, depending on how much is redacted. Will you know, we'll see how much has been taken out of it. But if a lot has been taken out of it, I would suspect to expect that we will be hearing from leakers. I hope. What's what's been taken out of it? Or a lot of it. If it seems to be there are there are a lot of people that were on the Muller team who who worked on this. And they're going to be upset if they're all that work is not completely revealed. And so people I think some of the most art privately saying, you know, what's in there. Let me tell you. I hope that's the case. I think the the redaction is being color coded, depending on the type of redaction. It is really. Yeah. And they're doing that. So it doesn't look like it's usually reaction is all black. They're doing it to make it look kinda psychologically, less sensory. Okay. Good. And you remember yesterday? I think it was we were talking about Dr Pepper flavored cotton candy. Yes. Well, I heard from somebody about that saw that. We carry. This was a tweet we carry that Dr Pepper flavor flavored cotton candy at a store that I work in. It isn't very good. Plus, my boss was stalking the stuff and a couple of the bags felt heavier than normal. They had dead mice in them. Maybe skip that cotton candy. The tweeter says, but there is another kind of con- candy. I'd like to try this today pickle cotton candy. Pickle flavored pot in candy. Okay. Dill pickle flavored. Cotton candy. I might be into that. I love dill pickle to Cording to grandpa. Joe's candy, shop grandpa, Joe. Yeah. The pickle flavored cotton candy goes for four ninety five a barrel or or a bucket. I guess it comes in like a bucket little bucket. It contains one point two ounces. It's very light. One point two ounces of pickle flavored. Cotton candy. They're also pickle flavored mints and pickle flavored candy canes available at grandpa. Joe's candy shop. If you've. To wrap my head around the candy cane, would it be meant and pickle. Pickle. The article going around Facebook this week about the sandwich shop that replaces bread with pickles. No. Yeah. So you're eating a sandwich with a giant pickle huddle open. And then you've got your meat, and you loaded up. But instead of like a know big big sub just in a big pickles dream come true as someplace local doses. It is in New Jersey. It's called L C's a sandwich shop in. Yeah. New Jersey pickle soon, which looks delicious thing of beauty. All I was thinking about that pickle burger, the April Fools thing was Burger King. Yeah. I think it was Donald knows the victims pickle. We just talked about it. I finally saw picture of that look good. And I'm like April full or not I'll give it a shot. It was like it was that it was like a Big Mac bun with the bone in the middle. It was just all dill pickle slices. Yeah. And then it had saw a special man the meat was replaced by dill pickles. Yeah. Because that was that was the gag was a 'have edge -tarian, you know. Really do it. It was a it was just a joke for April fool. I would order that a lot of people said, well what you should actually because it would be good. Yes, limited time. See how it does have have you feel about like Bill pickles. How do you feel about the cornerstones? I don't know what that is those little tiny pickles little tiny pale pickles. That are kind of there. Okay. Do you ever like the big pickles, the come from gas station like in a bad juice? That's what I get I drink juice the pick. I drink pickle juice every night. You do every night every night. It's good for. I have the tendency to get Charlie horse cramps in my legs and juice is good for Charlie. Yeah. I had no idea, and you can you can go to Amazon, and you can order a gallon jug of pickle juice. He learns something new every day, you go to my order tonight. If you go to Harman's, they have these little individuals shot bottles of pickle juice, like two ounces of pickle juice because athletes, use it for for anti cramping. And I had no idea. I thought I was just a weirdo pickle juice from the bag of pickles at the gas station. People say, the pickles pickle, juice, snow cones are great think of that. You get your you. Get your pickle juice. Make our own sell them on the corner. This summer a pickle stare. Let's do it the radio from hell pickle STAN featuring demands and eras as charming hostess. In a pickle costume. Let's you're willing to go that far this is a business plan. She said, you would do it, wouldn't you absolutely depressed? I don't have a pickle costume already. Get you one on Amazon. I'm sure it's juice. I'll get my cost. Sports weather traffic. This is where the pressure the pressure went for paired. Okay. Weather brought to you by hoops, Visu shipping. I don't know. I order. Oh, this is where I'm really gonna shine guys. Okay. Brought to you by somebody as well. Better. Be. Let's see. Oh, it's sure is at lucky auto credit, seventy seven cents and job gets you a car. That's awesome will front the tax, title and license. So that's seventy seven cents total to drive away today. Apply online at lucky auto. I might need to do that today. All right. So sports. Many of the local golf courses are having their first tournaments of the season this weekend. But bountiful ridge golf course has had to reschedule three times now because of the snow, but all the local courses are just beginning to seasons for their league play for the men's association to all of this because it's a big deal in my family. My dad is now golfing multiple times a week bums that he has to keep rescheduling and also just won first place in his men's league. Yes. My good friend. Jeff is going to become a golf pro. He's not not that he's going to go play on the circuit. No. But he's going to he's taking all the lessons, and you have to pass a bunch of tests. So that he can be a golf pro at a golf course. Oh, nice which one. Why what's the looney works at now? He's up there on foothill up around zoo. You know, I can't remember courts. But anyway. Escapes me my dad. We'll be disappointed. She would you know. What else is in full swing T-ball? What? Oh, my kids, you know, this because you have a t- baller. I just might. Yeah. I might just happen to know that the Cottonwood heights. Rec center has a symbol very talented team of three and four year olds Dand out, Charlie Rex Reid who might just happen to be my son. Mike just how to successful first game. And while he.
Dinosaur Feathers Found In Amber
"Don't you like my new necklace done? It's an amber stone that contains a preserved leaf a leaf should have gone with one with dinosaur failures Gile dinosaur feathers. No that scientists have found some dinosaur fossils with primitive profile. There's the problem with fossils is that their impressions in stone is difficult to figure out the actual color and complex structure of the feathers. For example, dinosaurs from China were found, but some kind of fluffy skin covering beside his couldn't tell if it was feathers because the fossils had decompose hambur preservation is another matter. I know amber is fossilized tree resin. It's sometimes found with insects or leaves that were trapped millions of years ago when it hardened you're going to add feathers to your list of trapped items, scientists working in Mississauga rock layers in western Canada, discovered a bonanza of feathers specimens preserved in amber because amber protects. Feather structure and pigmentation. The amber samples can tell scientists a lot about feather. Evolution did they find dinosaur bird feathers dove, some are dinosaur. Proto feathers. Those are single fiber feathers or tufts coming from a common base republi us for Thermo regulation, others are specialized bird feathers. Scientists found complex feathers that allow birds to dive underwater and other feathers that can interlock with each other like modern flight feathers, there were both feathery dinosaurs. And birds roaming, the planet at the same time. Yes, it looks like modern feathers evolve long before dinosaurs went extinct, these findings along with other discoveries and new pigment analysis techniques suggests that dinosaurs were probably more feathery than anyone thought this moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass, and I'm Cassandra.
"mississauga" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"Yeah. That's right. Yeah. A horrible Chelsea boss to kind of a sled that to punch each other the citizen. Kane seventy draw that this is a horrible film. It was pretty fine. Which is the law is boring. It's dumbed horribly awareness, heightened on anything. Because just because it's just the western world might doesn't mean. It's no I'm kidding at his best. It's horrible. It's a horrible film. I can understand why fans and non fans alike, except for you for some reason behind it this movie. Yes, it's quite dull short the dialogues. Bad makes no said slide things. No get into world. That's just sprung up in an instant. And so nobody ever questions how we got there. But I should I should also the car is terrible except for the what I guess so good. It's the best things in movie history. Thank you. What did you give it out of how many dragon bowls? Seven dragon ball. I'll give it seven dragon bowl. Because after this. I wish I was dead. He could wish. No other respond. I'll give it three. I'll give it three drag Ables. It's a one. Which is right everything from drag Ables to holy hell. This is not good. Is there a worse? Anime adaptation in this. Look, we've said if you race unle think spayed rice is absurd rice spayed rises worse. It's Spicer is technically better. Look, I only watched dragon ball because you asked and watching it, and if you'd asked me to watch spayed rice, all I would have come here and say that actually I I have to tell you. I didn't finish about About words. words, and you also didn't finish it. So I really didn't. Yeah. So that's worse. Even though there are people who were defense Baid rice that you'd be high pressed upon anybody would defend this horrible film. Anyway, we do caravan Gaba g every Tuesday, but there's videos also on Sunday and Thursday awesome. Video version of this. If you want to check in at you want to see some down here here. Check it out best head two thousand and nine can produce. Absolutely Ross have a podcast go the weekly planet where be talking movies and TV shows ticket if you wanna comes at every Monday morning, good little commute to work. Maybe if you want to do that, you don't have to wait. I don't have to go to work. Oh my God. I mean live in a long way, you can do whatever you want. But the time that you have left on this planet. Incredible that Mississauga movies on Wikipedia Brown because I'm going to suggest for caravan garbage. Please do so please. And that's the end of this episode that what I say Greg jam you guys because that's what I say. What would somebody in dragon ball dragon ball Universite? They say Powell levels overnight thousand. That's a reference I get I get it onto maims good-bye. Everybody this podcast is part of the planet. Broadcasting network, visit planet broadcasting dot com promo podcast from our great nights. I mean, if you won't it's up to you.
"mississauga" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Are looking for Mr. sexy, Ontario, Canada might sound like a strange setting for a tale of international mystery replete with stolen property fast cars and sex. But that's exactly what happened this week in the city of Mississauga the Mississippi of Ontario. Mrs Mississauga police pulled over a speeding vehicle and after a quick check of the registration. They discovered that the vanity license plates on that vehicle had been stolen from another car and placed on that car. So sergeant Kerry Schmidt of the -tario provincial police posted pictures of the plates along with the following message on Twitter are these yours looking for the rightful owner of Mr. sexy license plates. They were awfully attached to a Maserati driven by a seventeen year old driver going one hundred and fifty kilometers an hour. Just for the record. That's about ninety miles an hour about thirty years too early for midlife crisis. Officers near the plates didn't belong to the teenager where they pulled over and asked him. Are you Mr. sexy, and he replied, please? Mr. sexy is my father called me, David. Also marks the first recorded incident of someone going on Twitter during work hours posting that they were looking for Mr. sexy and not getting fired. But this is far from the first vanity license plate in Brooklyn rock our neighbors to the north in January Manitoba plates reading a s I am I l eight or assimilate were revoked due to concerns. It was an insult to indigenous people the owner of the plates, Nick Tyler explained, he was actually a reference to a famous saying by the board an alien species from Star Trek which allowed on -tario police to safely scratch, Mr. Toler off the list of potential, Mr. sexy. All right. There's somebody out there, and they're gonna get them. But they don't know what it is yet is it for more Raka a baby who might well be meeting dingoes in Australia from Roxanne Roberts, the mystery vandal who's removing random letters who scrabble sets in Switzerland or from Peter gross. The.
"mississauga" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"'em up on eight hundred five zero one KFI bad news coming out of Canada, the founder of Tim Hortons has passed away. He helped turn that coffee and Donut chain into a Canadian icon up there by Ronald Joyce. He helped turn Tim Hortons into a Canadian juggernaut, man. That thing is unbelievable. He was born in Nova Scotia nineteen thirty and he passed away in Burlington Ontario, which I believe is just outside of Toronto. He was in the navy spend time as a police officer before he invested in a Donut shop. Hey a cop bought a Donut. Shop bingo ding Dong in Hamilton, Ontario. He opened let's see open by professional hockey player. Tim Horton looks like Berlin. Oh that is just on the the north side of Hamilton. Okay. Sandwiched in between. You're familiar with that area. You're sandwiched in between Hamilton and Toronto. Okay. And then you go Mississauga and Toronto. Yeah. Mississauga has some great bars. There you go. Our buddy Kevin in Niagara Falls is yelling at us going. You're mispronouncing everything. Now mississauga's pretty correctly pronounced aren't well Nobis. Oh, screw. Anyway. The cut the company grew to one thousand nine hundred locations by nineteen Ninety-six when Tim Hortons was sold to Wendy's. Oh, I didn't know that. I didn't either. Here's a quick.
"mississauga" Discussed on Airline Pilot Guy - Aviation Podcast
"Generous contributions. Stay on the five on Hughes. All right. We'll start off with the first item in our news folder. And this is an update from the lion. Air crash. The flight that crashed off the coast of Jakarta in October. They have been searching for the cockpit voice recorder for some time. And we even talked about on the Lascaux the fact that the airline had stopped looking. But the in the Indonesian investigatory agency started up, and they found it, and it was like in twenty eight meter no eight meters are twenty six feet under the mud on the seafloor. And that's good news. The voice recorder will hopefully fi or have if they can extract the data from it some clues as to what happened in that cockpit. And what El- autumn it caused the demise of that flight? Moving on to sorry about summed something up. Don't have any. Yeah. Well, now, you wanna say something. I mean what else? All All right. right. So nice because I wasn't getting interrupted or anything because I had your your slider thing down. I just thought it was classic that this cheapskate some being mean, but this align which has does not have a great reputation gave up and within just in a few days that in Indonesia thority found it so I find that just some being a bit suspicious, but I find that on the usual. It is interesting timing. That's for sure. Yeah. Yeah. Though, saying no saying the. Not of lying anything at all. Just be curious. Yes. So as I said, I didn't really get to hear your comments since I had your volume. Do you all agree? That's a good thing that we have this voice recorder and will be able to hopefully, learn something. Absolutely. It's gonna give us hopefully, a lot of mation as long as it's it's amazing on the voice quota that's still sow salvageable is at the proper way to say that word because it could be damaged in not usable at all. So. It does kind of bring to mind the the suggestion that we should actually by. Now be live streaming daytime from at Croft a not relying on a recording device. I'm Amanda, it's lead days for that kind of technology because the amount of bandwidth you need pretty big. But I would really like to see data from the crop. Being livestream than not have to rely on digging around and meet his of modern in the case of them. Lazing triple seven never finding the data recorders, which I in this day and age is is wrong. Very wrong. I think that's going to happen. You know? It's just a a sure thing, I think. Yeah. And now incoming to retirement, I think brilliant idea. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. Now that you're not going to be here recorded. The put having live video recording on that. I can't wait to get live video recording of dinosaur pit on on some website. Dan. And watching patriots game. I can I can mow it to what's happening today. The little get how you can text. All right. Moving on with. Here's your techs toilet. Okay. Mississauga Mississauga Toronto suburb family seeks answers after huge chunk of ice crashes through roof. Carmella Cacavo was sound asleep. Inside her Mississauga home..
Weinstein surrenders on sex assault charges (Update)
"Futures positive you're listening to bloomberg surveillance this is bloomberg now let's find out what's going on in the world let's go to mr michael barr vista barr thank you pimm thank jonathan harvey weinstein is facing serious sexual assault charges in new york city the disgraced movie producer is expected to be charged with raping a woman the criminal sex act charge stems from an allegation brought by lucia evans who said weinstein forced her to perform sex during what she thought would be a casting goal the people of ireland are voting in a referendum that could lead to a loosening of the country's strict ban on most abortions today's referendum will decide whether the eighth amendment of the constitution is repealed which would open the way for the government to introduce more liberal legislation canadian police and explosion caused by an ad ripped through an indian restaurant in a mall in the toronto suburb of mississauga wounding fifteen people global news twenty four hours a day on air and add tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg jonathan i appreciate your time several catch up with you a little bit lighter good morning from new york city ahead of the three day weekend in america futures positive up three points the snp dow futures positive thirty nine you're listening to bloomberg radio.
Hunt on for two suspects as 15 people injured in Mississauga restaurant explosion
"The president also pinned a direct letter to kim officially cancelling the summit but leaving the door open for future talks that's fox's griff jenkins was a man hunting canada for too many bombed in an indian restaurant late last night in the toronto suburb of mississauga canadian police say the men walked into the establishment and detonated an improvised explosive device then they took off running the blast injuring at least fifteen people three the victims are said to be in critical condition fox jackie evonne years there was a shooting during dinner in a restaurant in oklahoma city last night it was complete chaos trampling people to get out of there i mean he were scare guy walked in shadow a winner daughter but then he was shot and killed in the parking lot by civilian who had a concealed gun republican lawmakers who've been demanding info about what president trump calls spy gate got a briefing on if the fbi had an informant in the trump campaign investigation nothing particularly surprising but again it was classified gop senate leader mitch mcconnell adam shifts the top democrat on the house intel committee he was at both briefings nothing we heard today has changed our view he says there was no spine the campaign harvey weinstein is expected to turn himself into police in new york city following a sevenmonth criminal investigation into sexual assault in the.
Noah Syndergaard, Houston and Tampa Bay discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak
"President's attorney emmett flood canadian police outside of toronto say a blast from an improvised explosive device and restaurant wounded at least fifteen people peel police constable arena yes nick has any information in relation to the incident please contact us the explosion in mississauga took place at the bombay bell hindu restaurant disgraced movie mogul harvey weinstein is expected to surrender today with authorities and appear in a new york city courtroom to face charges global news twenty four hours a day on aaron add tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm michael barr this is bloomberg bob thank you sir now five thirty five wall street time bloomberg nbc sports update in good morning to you rob bush got good morning bob mets got their offense from some unlikely spots in the lineup in milwaukee jennings is warming in the bullpen ripped into the gap in left center throws dario limos score it's a to donald for brera fast north on the call five nothing mets blank the brewers to take the first of a four game weekend sets brandon nimmo four for four in the leadoff spot stephen matt's earned the win we'll see if noah syndergaard can earn the win tonight that'll be at eight ten janke were off heading home to face the angels tonight who took their series toronto shohei ohtani expected about all weekend for the halos severino gets the borough tonight yankees are a game back in the east thanks to the red sox folding six to three in tampa bay on the hardwood houston defended homecourt being the warriors ninety eight ninety four pinning back to back losses on the champs in the playoffs for the first time since two thousand and sixteen.