18 Burst results for "Molino"

"molino" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:12 min | 10 months ago

"molino" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Feeding the defending champions cruises four to one and how about that game between puebla and about two two until penalties were puebla wins 6 to 5. Look at that smile on Hercules Gomez face. It wouldn't be any other way. Let's start there with the chivas game. What happened to us in this match? This game worked that was supposed to define or maybe even redefine their season. I actually think it defines perfectly Michele, and Michelle annual season. Quite frankly was the best game I've seen chivas under Michelle and you finally put exactly swell up in an offensive position. He realized he's a winner. He's not a right back, and he does very well. Go on an assist for 70 odd minutes. I've got chivas was the better team. But then keep it trays who he is. Who he says he is anyways, and he reverts to a defensive team. Three subs in the 76 minutes and gulo bris and molino come out, three of your most experienced players, and let me read you the names of who comes in. About the most experience of that bunch, but not there, necessarily gonna scream experience or scream confidence in what you have right there. And they just were trying to absorb pressure. They were trying to not break. And what goes on and makes a few other subs, including you to combat the arrow duels. And it ended up being one of those arrow duels a great spectacular goal header up a corner kick that ends up doing them in, then they go to penalty kicks. Excuse me. And guess what? He doesn't have any experience to take the spots. All of a sudden you're most experienced player is uriel and taking a penalty kick. Molina, he's gone. He's gone. Everybody and anybody of experience of beso is not on the field. It's like Michele betrayed himself. His essence. In the best game I've seen from chivas, the worst decision I've seen from lanya. You say the best game for underlying your. I don't know if that means they played well, though. They were still outshot 17 to ten by puebla. So it's not like they were bossing the game. It's not like they weren't total control. 14 minutes they were absorbing a lot. And what I mean by best game is when you look at who this team was in vid scored 5 goals in the previous 8 with Michelle and you didn't exactly scream offensive, you know, power offensive style. They looked like a better offensive team. They looked like had a clear idea. He finally plays with a 9 and 19 saldivar. I thought he did extremely well. It looked like a better team, but in the end, same chis. Yeah. They lose this game, 'cause they're not that good. I mean, they're a way to puebla. They're the underdog, technically based on what happened in the season. They accumulated less points and they do what bad teams do. You give up a goal on a set piece when you have the lead in the 89th minute. That's who chiva says. More than anything else that you've said, that's what you've asked in recent times. There are team that doesn't win at the end of the games because they're not that good to learn your real quickly. Do you leave the season any more convinced that he's the right or the wrong man for? I'm indifferent about lanyon. That's a scary thing for a huge club like chief us to have you. You can't be in different with people in charge with the man in charge. Supposed to be at the helm in this coaching. You can't just have an indifference about him. You would be convinced. You need to be safe, this is the man who's gonna do it, but I don't know if there is a man to do it. But you talked about this is who chivas is? This is 8 straight years, we're there. We've only made it once. I mean, out of those 8, the last 8, they've only made it once, and that's because, you know, she got tassels. What happened in America game? I'm out of the young owner, has made himself the responsibility. He's the guy responsible for the fracasso, at least, according to his word. Speaking of fracasso, no other way to label what happened to khu sasu against rayos in the repair, they not only lose. And they not only lose at home herk, but they lose four to one. The question here is about their manager. Juan reynosa who, of course, led them to the first title in 20 four years earlier this year. Does he get a free pass then for this home fracaso? You want to give him a fracasso past? 'cause this.

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"molino" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"molino" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

"I did a thing in my column at the daily news every Sunday. Every Sunday I wrote a column called downtown and during the week the column was called hot copy. Downtown was only about my exploits where I ran what I did, who I was with, who gave me a hard time who I hated was a lot like this Patreon show. That's why I feel like I'm having my column again. It's great. But it was very New York City centric, you know, if I could say it was like if my column was a wine downtown was a port wine. You know what I mean? Or balsamic vinegar, sharper, nastier. You get it. So, my daily column was met with high regard by my wonderful editor in chief who was a Brit named Martin Dunne, and one day I was in campaigning for a second column, he called me the officers, hey, let's get you, let's get you some wings. What are you talking about? Let's get you on the other column. How when? Do something for Sunday, right about what you do, 'cause I used to take Martin out to rails and the scores and strip club and nightclubs. He cut loose, man. Martin Dunne reminded me of a combination of Benny Hill and magenta. And so I described him in my book. Great guy, great guy. But only about three years older than me, but editor in chief of the New York Daily News. It's a big job. He said, look, you're making a lot of noise. And I want you to have more space in the paper. What do you think about Sundays? I said, I'm down. I'm in, man. So on Fridays, I wrote two columns. I wrote Friday's comment. I wrote Sunday's long day on Friday. So I started writing this column and the popularity of my other column and downtown went through the roof. People really got behind me because I swung for the fences on a lot of things. I took down some people who bothered me personally, a lot of hit pieces, and New York City, you know, a New York City column that normally would not reach the people in Los Angeles began to touch people in Hollywood. They heard about it. And not really the Internet was doing much at this point. And suddenly I was somebody that the beautiful people were talking about in Hollywood. That really is what got my interest up and running with this industry for a while. I bring it up because I used to do this thing on my column called flake of the week. Where I'd make fun of somebody or something, something really messed up during the week. It could have been the owner of a restaurant, could have been a TV star. It could have been a waitress, anything I'd gained the person was a flake. They did something wrong. And I did this for a while and it got to be really popular. One week I talk about man juliani, one week I'd talk about Al sharpton, then it would be the famous restaurant that molino leaves their leaves there nuts on the bar all night.

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"molino" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:17 min | 1 year ago

"molino" Discussed on WTVN

"If he wrecks it, it's covered under normal claim. What do you mean? They won't insure your vehicle cause for handicap use? That's where you were You lose. You got Um okay. You got never one modification, all right? Lots and lots of money never to write owned by a trust. Over three. Nobody in the household is driver on the vehicle. That's all. Um There's two drivers you could own so you could own a vehicle and insurance, not driving. I mean, you could have a, she said, and being in a trust could throw a curveball. Yeah, a lot of standard insurance carriers won't touch things on trust because they like to see an owner because it comes down to claim time. We're like, Hey, if if something were to happen into it, they need to know who they're writing the check to write, and if it's a trust that's up in the air, and then It gets in the trustees and stuff. So what I would recommend Wendy is contact a independent agency that has a lot of different carriers that they could write with whether it be progressive or any of the other carriers because they might be able to find a knish. For you to find that car coverage because you're talking about some pretty hard ones to go over a windy when we pay it outrageous amount of bad Oh, yeah, in the modifications for anyone out there listening. It's basically because it has all the modifications for her disability to use the vehicle, those air added to the vehicle. They exceed, probably $3000. And that's what most companies limit for modifications. So we don't for classic cars and stuff like that. But like you need to find a really good independent agent. That could be your friend. I got that for you when you got a pen and paper. Idea. Okay, Call Scott Molino. Had 614 4512232. And as for Scott, don't talk to anybody but Scott Molina and telling your friend you're actually a friend of mine. Now, Wendy, Because it's extent, say, I'm boots his fake grandma and call him okay. Scott's a good guy, and that's got really well. Scott's the most straight up guy and I I actually made it good. What? I was an agent. It wasn't working for them. I just, uh Ah picked a bad company. All right, when he called Scotty having problems, make sure you name drop, OK,.

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"molino" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Say I'm taking Mr I got tickets. So you know they're gonna beat the spread, okay? No, they're not gonna be this red. Make it up and run Maskin. You know what I'm saying? Okay, fine. I'm taking Rutgers because because of the spread, but mission, Winnifred, it is Jamie here. I think Michigan's gonna win the game. 30 to 20. But 11.5 is too many points. Okay, right, exactly. I'm going to say you took Rutgers. I'm gonna give faith. I'm gonna be the sucker. I'm gonna take Michigan to win this one. I'm gonna go with the final 45 to 21. I'm gonna be that sucker. I just think that maybe so that finally snapped. I'm hoping something finally got triggered into their brains, and they can finally pull this one off. I'll take Michigan by the way, but Joe Milton comes back in the game at the middle of the second quarter. All right, that's picks guys, and that's the end of the show. Here Monday. Hey, you've been listening to the end zone A W T K am 10 $50 ticket. Hello the tune in app so you can take the ticket wherever you go Listen in Ann Arbor and beyond sports Talk 10 50 wtkk Ann Arbor, the ticket, a cumulus station. Discussion. I wonder if Michigan could be rockers. Had no Anthony Molino doesn't sound like he's Working for PBS. I wonder, you know, I wonder if the, uh, the metrics what allow? Uh, let's take a break and let's count the vote. Just.

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"molino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Community is growing in the country overall. You so much to Rick, Rick Davis and Jeannie's A. No will be with us throughout the evening. When we checked the electoral map. We see that press for somebody is ahead so far in the race to 2 70. This is Bloomberg. I've got a prisoner in the Bloomberg 11 30 newsroom in New York. We're tracking some local elections in and around the tri state. No results yet seven different congressional races in New York state that we're tracking close to the New York Metro area One on Staten Island has Max Rose. Looking to make history against Republican Assemblywoman Nicole Molino takas. We can go to New Jersey very quickly because AP has called the race For US Senator Cory Booker, apparently easily winning reelection to a second six year term in Washington. He was being challenged by Republican Rick Maeda, also in New Jersey, the 11th congressional district. This has his Democratic incumbent, Mikey Cheryl, being challenged by Republican Rosemary Becky. Now you might remember back in 2018 Cheryl, who, incidentally, is a former Navy pilot in federal Pastika prosecutor flipped That seat, which was traditionally held by Republicans. Here We are at just about 8 30 Wall Street time and I want to get you caught up on a market action. We're about two minutes away now from the opening of trading in Hong Kong pre market for the Hang Sang is down about 6/10 of 1%, although Ali Baba shares had been indicated to drop about 10% right out of the gate. Ali Baba owns about one third of and group and the late yesterday. China halted the initial public offering of and for the Shanghai listing. Now, this is a duel listing. It would also have a Hong Kong component. But this move potentially derails what was expected to be the world's biggest initial public.

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"molino" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on KOMO

"Cases of covert 19 438 new cases confirmed yesterday with eight new hospitalizations and four additional deaths. Overall, the rate of hospitalizations and deaths continues to drop the centers for Disease control, alerting states to prepare for a Corona virus vaccine as soon as this fall, But Almost having Natasa reports public health experts here are worried that rush to roll out a vaccine is driven by politics rather than science. The world is waiting anxiously for covert 19 vaccine. But what the CDC is push for all states to get ready to distribute a vaccine November 1st, seed of officials question the political play. We've seen this happen with this administration before. That's why we're speaking out about, CDC director Robert Redfield said. Quote right now, I will say we're preparing earnestly for what I anticipated. Will be reality. But there is no vaccine yet, and our state health secretary says it's critical to let them finish face three trials before distribution. We stand for that any back seed has to prove safety and efficacy. When a vaccine is ready, we'll make sure it'll be distributed in a way that is safe. Equitable and timely for people here in Washington, almost Tammy Matanza tomorrow the Seattle school district will start its here remotely comas. Holly Molino has more our state's largest school district, delaying the start for two days to allow teachers more training on remote learning. But for teachers like a J. Katzir off who teaches science at Franklin High School, she knows she will need to get creative with her teaching methods. By using videos and other tools. Her biggest concern is not the curriculum but instead making social connections with her students. I think that's one of the things that we and my friends and colleagues are most scared up is how killed authentic relationships. Sometimes we can't see a student's face. Um When we can't be there and have one on one conversations with them and hear what they were talking about what they're interested in just because they're sitting in their table before class starts. Castoffs, says those student teacher relationships help keep kids engaged in class. She also says the first couple of days, remote learning will be more about checking in with her students to see how they're coping. Rather than actual instruction. Meanwhile, today is the first day of school for several other large district's. That list includes Bellevue five, Port Angeles, Puyallup, San Juan Island, Stanwood Camino Island and still come. School District's Almost Holy Man, You know the number of suspected arsons in South Seattle still growing almost Eva Karin Reports of a fire was that to deny just hours before a serious have suspected arsons in the Montlake neighborhood, Odessa says. It seems he's hearing about a new suspected arson just about every other day down the street from.

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"molino" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Up DNC Week here in Milwaukee today, and it hasn't been just the party or organizer's or even Milwaukee missing out on a full scale political convention. It's also been the delegates, a handful of whom James, My Spaulding caught up with talk about the DNC. That could have been the really challenge has come with finding a way to make this valuable, you know, to make being a delegate in this virtual convention, something that matters. Imagine going to a theme park but not being allowed on the ride heading to the beach. But the water's off limits. That's how many delegates say they're feeling about this year's Democratic National Convention. Alex Costal, Chris Walton Indicators and Tommy Molino all first time delegates off in the Milwaukee area also say they were driven to run because the 2020 convention was going to be in their backyard. Part of it, of course, was that walkie was supposed to host the convention when we thought it was a traditional convention, and part of it is that this election is really Edible for maintaining American Democratic process. Like most folks, especially people from Wisconsin, me, especially being born, raised Milwaukee representing Milwaukee convention. We are all very sad that the city lost all the money that was supposed to come, but we're trying to make you feel like you're getting the full experience everyday. Something different. And so the breakfast with the delegates they usually bring on some great speakers this morning, they had pretty Sanders and later today, the Wisconsin delegation will get to meet with Joe Biden. And so you know, every day something different, and so I myself have enjoyed it. And I know I've gotten 20 or 30 Facebook friends class since this is all started, So you know we're doing our best to interact with people to turn those meet up into two really working relationships. The convention's gotten plenty of attention this week, but not always because of the speakers or the messages. Are you afraid at all that that the message of this week may get lost because with all the focus on being a digital and social distancing and going online things like that? I don't think that The Democratic Party has done a really great job of creating a lot of engaging content that keeps the delegates energized, and that is firing up up Tio work toward the general election. Then there's participating in a nationwide event from your home. Of course, you know we would love that giant below draft and everything like that. But This is good. The energy of the crowd doesn't train plate inside of your home, but as also because you can't have 50,000 people instead of your particular home, But it's really interesting. I have been concerned of the lack of attention for Milwaukee in Wisconsin in general, I think that you know, even when they switched the slogan on the 20 from the state of this conference. Just the United States in general, I'm hoping that overall that doesn't attract from turnout and all that. But overall, I would like to see more of a Marquis and Wisconsin focus moving board. Has this been worth it for you? And it is something you'd be interested doing again in 2020 for wherever the convention. Maybe, absolutely. Although again, it's not. You know what we pictured? We're not On the convention floor in Milwaukee, and the balloons are coming down from the rafters. This has been an amazing experience, and I know that no matter where we are in 2024, I'm gonna find a way to.

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"molino" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:37 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The Anderson Motor Speedway on a beautiful day. Oh, my God. What a beautiful track. We should've brought Dave Wilson with us. Yeah, well, you know, Dave, if you're listening, come on up here. Right off Highway nine. Go north, the 25th Street and turn right And they're racing tonight, You know, you know, it's funny to win one hundred's. The Indianapolis Motor Speedway is off 25th Street, too. I was around 25th and Georgetown is as the is the third turn really interesting. That's really interesting, but weak with 20 histories right now, we're talking about Anderson, so we really don't care. And you know what You mean Only life between wants to know the difference between the two places. You can actually come here. Isn't that right? Rick Dawson, The owner invited us up. And I tell you what I came up here earlier in the week to see if I can land the gyro plane. I think your sissy. There's too many wires, wires everything between them shooting the crows won't even land on those wires. Yeah, I know, man. My opinion of you went way down marking lot would have been fine. But he's got I willingly from there. I actually thought that the track itself could you really have gotten up over the stands and stuff? I don't think so. Helicopter, he said. Only that we're going to put it down. It's gonna blow. You Lay that out here on the but that's all fresh Billings. Cedric so cheap that he won't put down good. You know, he had to get millions from the state of Indiana. You know how much that would cost to pave that? Oh, my gosh pork and 1/2 $1,000,000 Really for that, because I'm doing Alison built 100,000 Well, he's he's waiting for it to settle out, and he's going to roll it. But I'm afraid all that would kick up into the propeller. And I'm not here on the screen Grass right here. You could have got you right. Look what I've dropped blow and got underneath. Do you think this is a Longmore along more with wings anyway? Anderson Motor Speedway, Indiana, nine and 20 history in on the on the Far West on their welcoming guests tonight. Oh, man, we got to Twins two in Twin 121 100 you are so not racer. You got about as much to the you do Figure eight rating. All right, we're going to talk to regulator on. How about demolition Derby? Now He's got a relation Derby story. Well, because that's my was my marriage counseling. Father, Glenn O'Connor, who wass the chaplain for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. When we were in my first cousin, I said 25th Street and Anderson and 25th Street Speedway, said head and now all of a sudden you're talking about the Red Light's on So When we were getting married when Beth and I was 19 or 20 and and Beth was 20. She's older. Four months, but anyway, so Glenn was in Connor's bill, and there was a trial or knows fairgrounds, the county fair and they were doing demolition Derby. So that's where he took us. We sat there and watched the demolition or he goes a little bit like what marriage is like, That's all. You got to be careful in the middle. Didn't you have some African priest training that it will be married 39 years in September, but wasn't there another prayer was a missionary priest with with father Glenn, who was Justus perplex as we were. It clearly worked. Did it was African priest, Father Peter, I think, and he was just like This's how they come to America. My brother, plumbers del Molina, plumbing there, there over there, picking up there. Their excavator. They did some plumbing repairs over here. They're the official plumber of the track. How do you pronounce it? Molino. I wouldn't want to get crossways with the Del Amino brothers. Meet you down by the dock. That's right. Had done buttoned down by the doctor to make that payment. But if you need some money Oh, quick, Don't Molino brothers. So they were going to open up the concession stand for you. They want to treat you to, you know, elephant ears and 10 class. This is, uh this is a first class place. This really is going on in here and the grounds are beautiful. They really are. And I love how the the Just the whole wild like in a bowl. So the only way he's not a bad seat in the house. When we get Rick on here, we'll talk about that track and how special it is. So we're gonna have a joke. Awful just showed up in hiss way anywhere in his checker flag. I thought that was his underwear, you know? Yeah. Hat is so awesome. So but what a great night to come out to Anderson. It took me 34 minutes from 71st in Keystone, really straight up Keystone and over the 69 69 So not hard to get here, but a beautiful night. Racing get to sit in the stands and actually see it. Yeah, they're kind of bummed that the 500 but I don't think that you think that was the Indianapolis five hundred's decision or is that Maur thee I have no idea. But I was so disappointed that I you health came out and just basically, you know, I understand that their physicians, but they didn't do that for anything else. Why would they do that for this? I don't know 25 they're like 300 some 1000 seats. Seems like you could have so far. I don't know how well it is what it is right? That's why they got right now We're in Anderson where we have racing tonight. Racing tonight tonight tonight to Night view. And then tonight you bend to the men's room. Yeah, yeah, it is awesome. You can get a lot of cattle through there. Yeah, And you know what? On the comparisons, he should have picked up some of those troughs that they threw out. He could. I'm great at the troughs here they understand. For those of you don't know what a trough urinal is. That's where you handle a lot of men at the same time. Well, I just when he said troughs, it's important for people to understand, especially win, but One. 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"molino" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

09:47 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"Style isn't G. easy I was some issue Graham I mean with the CD you know what I mean it's a movie with the hood up as you go through one O. C. is no more many this that is one I'm with eight months on this already with the U. S. Supreme tomorrow me watching but almost king crab three do openstream maybe these rainy days with the chances right now social I don't understand gets a full one but I can't thank you still think that a key for I was in a this is the only Nick cannon and the family on a real date going all the way up born date you thank you I was born at six o'clock so I was already here my mom's already feeding thirty years ago and was even on your birthday going take some celebrities the court that's right in honor of my birth they were going for today whoa we love going on we are right Molino darkness your your special special ed I got you would own it because you know it's Melissa day settled behind as he alright guys we going all the way out we got that for you plus we are waking up way late right here and the family I think of the gene the still warm pretty let me check because they like the fact the platform for like the thing that they don't understand the bags will come for me the stock shat themselves thank you and keep keep to work with my I used to be but now I'm just struck that will be going to do with the world like the spelling bee right click thank thank I didn't you in the house it's.

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"molino" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"She's done. Oh Yeah don't make me go. They're going to carry the me. My go-to is weathering heights by Kate Bush and usually by keeping the pay me cash money to stop. I'm thinking the next thing that sometimes they thanksgiving trump's new arm game wrong though she is Caitlin Moran the movie how to build a girl starring the highly talented and Hilarious Beanie Feldstein. It is available through. Ifc films in just a couple of days on May eighth and we have been speaking with cotton the pride of the black country and the pride of Molino Goes Steve Bull. Then Caitlin Moran congratulations on your project. And let's catch up on your next one shelley nice and thanks Take care of yourself. All right sounds good and the lines are open. The rest of the molly new is. It's a lovely French word. It's the name of the stadium for Wolves Wolverhampton. Wanderers is actually the name of the team. But that's way too many syllables you don't say Wolverhampton Wanderers you just say wolves. I reckon it'll take a quick break. Come on back on sports. Hope don't even recognize myself anymore. I'm really worried about him. It's addiction I have seen them like this ever. I never wanted to start using. I knew the drill but I was out of options. I just WanNa tell them. It's not your fault there. Are People out there who can help people who have felt your pain. They know what you're going through says..

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"molino" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"It's an actual training for you and to day begins a new series because I want to bring more spirituality into conscious mood or one of the things. I'm feeling called to do in this time of literally chaos upheaval. I think one of the best ways to describe this. It's what I keep saying to myself. And it's like the twilight zone on steroids. Everything is is like. It's it's upside down. And there is so much uncertainty. I'M A futurist and I've been developing various scenarios of what's going to happen but the truth is I can't tell you exactly what's going to happen seven days from here and so that's why I decided to talk about spiritual prosperity because I think this moment in time sure as entrepreneurs we want to make more money that's the prosperity part but what. I'm noticing is that all of us are sharing an experience that I'm just gonNA call spiritual pain. It's an existential a knowing. It's an angst as there's a part of us that are just you know tipsy turvy. Almost it's like most of the time grounded and then every day or two. I have this experience. It happened last night again. We're ago this can't possibly be happening. It's just like you couldn't even create a Scifi movie. That'd be quite this crazy and yet we're living it and so I wanted to talk about spiritual prosperity and I thought I would start with a short quote from my book conscious millionaire. Grow Your Business by making a difference and I was writing about. Why did I create conscious millionaire conscious? Molino DOT COM at this point that I was writing the book. The podcast wasn't even an idea in here. We are.

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"molino" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Foster president trump says he has spoken with former vice president Joe Biden about ideas to deal with the corona virus outbreak we had a really wonderful warm conversation was a very nice conversation we talked about pretty much this this is what we talked about this is what everyone's talking about is what they want to talk about he says he doesn't agree with all of buying suggestions not sure what they were abiding campaign spokesperson agrees it was a good call the acting secretary of the navy Thomas moblie apologizes for insulting a removed aircraft carrier commander to speech to its crew the commanding officers just like that you fire captain Brett cruiser over a leaked memo asking for help dealing with coronavirus cases on board Cruz was cheered by the crew when he left the USS teddy Roosevelt and later tested positive himself secretary Molino says in the letter he does not believe captain crozier is stupid or naive Americans listening to fox news continues with one oh six one FM talk the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in North Carolina has more than doubled in the last week the number of infections this morning stands at three thousand fifty four the death toll has also risen to fifty today social distancing is working that's the encouraging news from a new study by researchers from Duke UNC and RTI international is their hospitals are not being overwhelmed and that's because we're staying apart they say keep it up it recommended extension of current guidelines with cloth face masks now our recommendation by the CDC North Carolina doctor has some tips on what.

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"molino" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

09:18 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Economy welcome back you know again we are re emphasizing the fact that you know we are in destroying times and and I know that every time you listening to some program to talk about this virus and and the things of going around and and what you're trying to do is making it he sure did you know that it's a very important thing it's very serious what's going on and this is the time where we should practice a little bit aloha make sure your neighbors are okay I get to know your neighbors if you don't know your neighbors this time to go over and find out if they got everything they need anything are you your area your block should be you know you should all be talking and and taking care of each other making sure that the elderly in your area has what they need and they don't need to go out of the house you can go run and get the stuff for them you know you can do that in your in your community area you make sure that you know everybody's fine and and for you criminals out there stop stealing does not do anymore crime just stop stealing and go home stay home you know it's just the time to practice hello along comes from the hot and and and again we take care everybody okay not just any body everybody and and that's what it's all about all right we're gonna go back to more Hawaiian music is a little creepy right shall look to call Molino from us here on the yellow show this the this sure through another one that we miss and expressing the.

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"molino" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

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"molino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"molino" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Implant procedures and now campaign to highlight women's concerns a transfer journal mission pointless cat sense them in agony and antifa Molino experienced severe pain and non stop bleeding after receiving a permanent contraceptive implant personal tentative to surgical sterilization thank you want to set up a support group wanted to warn my female friends and family members about this device and I didn't really want to put it on my personal page where men and money yeah my guy friends would see it so I saw the option to make a Facebook group but then it kind of snowballed when people I didn't know were requesting to join this group and I would let them in and they were starting to share similar stories and it just grew and snowballed from there into why didn't you want you said your guy friends to see it what was your concern about I guess in the beginning I'm not like that anymore but I guess in the beginning you know women like to talk to women about women issues you know this is a birth control thing this is a surgery thing I don't want to be talking about my heavy bleeding and my cramping I you know on my personal Facebook page for all to see so I kind of wanted to keep that part of that private but you know obviously now it's my stories kind of everywhere and I've I've grown past that and how many women are in the group now who I think were over forty six thousand just in the main group alone but we have fifty subgroups we've broken off into different groups our country and then we have sections of the United States broken off as well so combined we probably have over seventy thousand to eighty thousand women and all of our groups and can sling the mesh what led you to set that up I'm gonna I would say I was so angry at what's been done to make the art has a simple surgery that potentially could have ruined my career so what I wanted to do was to channel my anger at into a positive focus I wanted sent the group not just as a support forum for women but also to affect political change because I knew that there's something very wrong that there was a simple operation being done women were trying to raise their concerns and they weren't being listened to it and I hate the fact that what's the Janice to work three and I was a pretty good communicator and I'm I was okay it writing the book reasonable context I hope that I could do the right thing and and make a difference so that's why I set up and I set that up then with that was about twenty women and now today it's call more than eight thousand and we also have this about eight percent of the group have got her name actually do have met in the group as well as women now and what's your stories are you hearing from the women who all in the group what are these tell you what are they experiencing several saying exactly the same thing none of us were warned to smash risks none of us when we go back to a consultant of probably heard listen to art say ninety eight percent of us the told its message is the oppression and we're told it's a totally different health issues the majority of us have to battle to get as referral to have mesh removal I was lucky but the majority on like that in the group they will talk of chronic pain seven out of ten of people on the page of loss the sex life I would say more than two thirds have autoimmune condition slight fibromyalgia psoriasis and dry ice we've got all three tests this this so many painful conditions brought on by the reaction to the plastic mesh I think the overwhelming thing that comes across that is so painful is the level of depression anxiety and also suicidal thoughts so I wanted to leave on a seven one in twenty people on the page of either trying to take their own lives all they've said and he seriously considered it but the overwhelming sense from the group pays after devastation not only if the woman's life but also the life of the family and her friends close to her I just want to say her group sounds like a mirror of our group we've seen a variety of issues one of the issues once an allergy to the metal so part of the composition of the device was nickel and I think fifteen percent of women are allergic to nickel so we are seeing photos of women I mean covered from head to toe in big huge hives and blisters so that was pretty devastating they were living like that in just a constant state of allergic reaction to this device that was inside of them and doctors not listening in not believing that it could possibly be that tiny little flexible device causing all these issues so those are really hard to watch several women were getting pregnant while having these devices on their bodies and we watched a lot of women have miscarriages because the coil would puncture the amniotic sac once it got to a certain size and they would deliver a stillborn baby and we've watched women's husbands walk out because obviously sex was painful and the intimacy was lost so there was a lot of breaking up of families but I think a lot of the autoimmune conditions also came from the plastics that were in the device that the inner quiet was rapt with how the ethylene fiber which is supposed to cause a chronic inflammatory response and that set off many of our immune system so then we're all experiencing different autoimmune diseases from rheumatoid arthritis ankylosing spondylosis that my senior gravis just a huge list of autoimmune conditions and even after removal of these women are still suffering from the systemic problems because there are Indian systems have gone haywire that is like listening to the experiences of women on all page on the slave what what and she's just talked about at the exact same conditions some and I'm sure this pending on your page sh two of just the additional effects of the materials of the testimonies the device causing the problems but the materials causing these knock on effects that chichi devastating another G. right says even if they removed that doesn't stop that the home has already been closed and it's too late terrible what do you know about how messed products are proved okay so the first match was approved in nineteen ninety six it's called the pro to jam a venture in nineteen ninety eight it's pulled off the market but by that time they would would have been a host of other mesh slings appraised on the basis of something called a quick glance in Europe or the five ten K. race in America and basically what that means is a device can be approved with no clinical trials or follow up simply because the something already existing on the market even if something is being pulled from the market yeah and she what do you know about how you sure was approved because there was nothing on the market like you sure they did have to go through clinical trials and those clinical trials are called PMA premarket approval and the trial that they had for you sure had a very small number of women that were filed for a very short period of time do you know how many anti they started out with I believe nine hundred nine hundred and twenty something and by the time they presented to the FDA they were down to just a few hundred women they had followed for I think the longest time was thirty six months at that point and you're talking about a device that's going to be in your body for a lifetime so that's really not enough time to know what's going to happen in the next five ten fifteen twenty years but they approved it anyway is that what you're both saying I think from what I'm understanding is that the existing rules the system is flawed the center manager well this move on and talk about trying to get people to listen to your concerns so you've created these communities and you have these people in the group how then do you take it public so we started approaching local media and reaching out to shows like the doctors and Dr Phil and Oprah and you know and just trying to get any famous people to pay attention because once you get a celebrity than the news will start you usually pay attention and we were fortunate enough to catch the attention of Erin Brockovich and her and I had a call and she's the same as the consumer rights champion right yes and so she was willing to help us and she'd go to website for women to share stories and she also agreed to do some media interviews so once we had a celebrity that was willing to talk about it you know this problem then all the media was willing to listen to us and then that kind of snowballed you know one station would do a story and then the sister station would pick it up and then they would do on in another town so that really started getting the ball rolling there and then we started going to the FDA and really like trying to get them to listen to us the FDA the food and drug administration and what strategy work for you Sir I just kept writing I had a fantastic editor of the newspaper was working at the time he just let me write and write story after story I found women who are prepared to tell their stories because a lot of space and and it's the same with each choice a sudden passing to talk about your personal experiences of how you've suffered especially with mash because it's to do with incontinence and prolapse Egypt but pretty much today but I found it snowballed so the more media coverage the world is the more media coverage recall if you see to me but I'd say the key turning point was we had a an amazing and pay support the campaign as I mean Smith he helped to grow that in parliament that's when it really started to be taken seriously do you think that because the device is all centered on women it is made the fight Honda O. absolutely absent today and I would say if this match was being put into manta man was suffering leasing the sex lives using that jobs in the marriages in the drives in the way that women have from these mesh implants this procedure would have stopped a long time ago Angie do you agree loosely one hundred percent I think when women walk into a doctor's office they're treated to a completely different way and then when a man walks into a doctor's office I feel like we're dismissed and we are considered very emotional I seen a lot of women in the group be turned away and sent off with anti depressants and anti psychotics and told to go to therapy and you know how could this tiny little thing because in all these problems you know it's on your head it's on your emotions and that seems to be the answer for everything but if it was a man walking in and saying Hey I have seen right here where this device was placed I am pretty sure the doctor would say well let's take it out it's just not the same.

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"molino" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"molino" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Ladies and gentlemen happy that you are listening December ninth Monday two thousand and nineteen and so much the cover in every way shape and form this is serious talk on you and everything that surrounds you with a little comedy in check that hope you have a good weekend hopefully you are having a good lead up into the holidays and as we always see the you we we should say it all the time but at the holidays think about doing something for somebody you need absolutely nothing from you got that think about doing something for somebody you need absolutely nothing from so it's Monday with pre taping the show in the final hour typically we teach we pre tape at three thirty but we're pre taping starting around three PM today so we will not take you into the final close but we will get you close hope you had a great weekend I was in New York City this weekend and let me tell you the highlights we went to this restaurant bill Molino in tribeca and may I state awesome awesome restaurant if you were in New York City you're in for a Talian go to el Molino when try back I know they have a couple others but I was at the tribeca one I mean just everything goes into my top five of restaurants but who walks in for Chris Hemsworth walks in as I'm walking out I just run right into him he's such a beautiful man and man is seen Jack you know what kind of Jack Finn jacked ripped jacked and the women in the restaurant once they saw their faces popped into their pasta dishes you should have seen their faces anyway I didn't say hello the field was right he didn't know me just walk past them and then he went to sit down at the table I had just left and my son runs and Tom he thanked my son because my son let him go through instead of my son saying something like we should have more he said yep.

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"molino" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"molino" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is going to be a. well the week for musicians birthdays starting with wanna Molino wanna Molina anyone anyone. I was introduced to one as brilliance by friends of the program Madison Cunningham and Gaby Moreno numbers for ever be grateful she's from Argentina is wanna and first found fame as a comedian starring in a big TV show but left at the height of its popularity to go after her true love of music needs money. here is one of the back is Stevens and my favorite one Molina songs this is. uhhuh. yeah. this. call. call. if you just right. it would be amazing one of the happy birthday wanna. rush the world.

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Ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone indicted in Mueller probe

All Things Considered

04:36 min | 3 years ago

Ex-Trump adviser Roger Stone indicted in Mueller probe

"A few hours later before a Florida judge stone was indicted on seven counts, including obstruction of an official preceding making false statements and witness tampering all the charges stem from special counsel, Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the two thousand sixteen election outside the court stone vowed to fight the charges. Okay. So let's dig into what those charges are. And what they may reveal about the Malar invest. Education to do that. I am joined now by Jennifer dascomb. She was a Justice department lawyer in the Obama administration. She now teaches at American University school of law. Jennifer good to have you here. Thank you. So your take on the central question of how this indictment may advance. Our understanding of what happened between Donald Trump and his campaign and Russia. So in a lot of ways the indictment confirms what's already been known. But it does so in a very detailed and diligent way, highlighting the great number of channels of communication between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks WikiLeaks, of course, was the recipient of Clinton campaign communications that we know were stolen by Russia. There's a line that's drawing a lot of attention and kind of clue that's dangled. This is page. Four of this twenty four page document. It's referring to July twenty sixteen in. It describes a senior Trump campaign official who was directed to contact stone about releases to to WikiLeaks. What we don't know. Is who directed a senior Trump campaign official. We assume Bob Muller knows right? We assume that Molinos than we think that I mean, this looks like another building block in in. What is increasingly looking like, a pretty strong collusion case. It's it's not a smoking gun. But it is another very solid building block that shows that a senior Trump campaign official was was directed to context stone. The Trump campaign was involved. It was active. It was working via stone to to learn about an potentially coordinate to some extent that the dumps that that were ultimately released other emails when you say, a strong collusion case, let me push you on that. We had David Brooks of the New York Times in the studio earlier, and he said to him. The takeaway is that the president then candidate may have surrounded himself with a lot of questionable people. However, would they have needed to go through all of the things that this? Indictment lays out as you say in great detail. If there really were a direct channel street to the Kremlin. So there's there's collusion doesn't necessarily mean that there's a direct channel straight to the to the Kremlin. There's there's other means of establishing collusion. And this again is a is one building block that shows a lot of different connections that that lead back to the Kremlin. And ultimately, I mean, we have to wait and see what molar ultimately produces. But you're seeing I think a very careful building structure of of what may very well be a collision case at the end of this. So did we learn anything today in your view that tightens the web around the president himself? So there's nothing here that leads directly to the president necessarily again, we're there's language about a senior Trump campaign official. There's other language in the statement about senior campaign. Trump officials, and so it certainly suggests that people that were very close to Trump if not Trump himself knew a lot of what was going on. But again, there's nothing in here that specifically leads directly. Back to Trump and based on your close read what does this indictment? Tell us about the direction that Muller and his team are heading again. I think they're they're building. A very careful case there this is now the six Trump advisor charged. It's building a real web and at suggesting some some potential collusion, at least coordination and next shoe to drop a miniature said, this is this is the sixth who's who's left of significant stature and interest. But who has not yet been indicted or charged or cleared? So, you know, it's it's it's impossible to predict we don't know for sure. But of course, Bannon's around Miller's around there's there's other folks that are still out there that may have information, and we've just got to wait and see. All right. That's Jennifer dascomb. She worked in the Justice department under President Obama. She now teaches constitutional and national security law at American University. Jennifer Daska, thanks for stopping by. Thank you. Roger stone is also a self-described dirty trickster, the white haired bespectacled stone has been a force in conservative politics since the Nixon

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