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An African-Centred Approach To Mental Health
"One and welcomes mentally os fat and stay on chatting to dr erica mcginnis she's a chartered clinical psychologist and the director of nubia wellness and healing. We're going to be talking about. An african centered approach mental health. So can you tell us a bit about your work festival. And what is an african sentence approach to mental health mcnicoll psychologists and i trained in two thousand one environment. You're centric approaches. But as i continued with monterrey realized that a lot of the things i was experiencing some of the clients who have african ancestry back brown's exposing the m. The approaches that was about wasn't really helping to understand their problems and to find ways of engaging them so i got involved in african psychology. Jay With the best of african culture and in conjunction with a modern day culture and to kind of find ways to improve wellbeing. So how does that does that. Work in practice will for example. I calls sofas in the presence but lockdown One of the things. We use things of african culture intensive using music as a wave engaging people using african cultural principles like libations pouring libations. I'm bringing your ancestors into your everyday space calling out their names thanking them for the gifts that even heritage from them and understanding of south in the concept of trying to continue the genius that on incessant so my parents came from jamaica and the came to england with a particular purpose in mind and afternoon. See myself how can i continue that peppis. I'm actuate an interpreter in a modern day. Context is african psychologists you've experienced as patients as well or it's purely as a psychologist. I received some supervision from an african sunset responsive and that was really helpful at a time. Mark career intensive helping develop my own sense of well being connected to find the best african culture and because at the time i was very much denying my african ancestry and i really thought that appreciating that helped me to be able to cut up like developer confidence in myself. But i haven't actually eight spending stem thelma pay. I'm from that perspective myself. Now can you tell me a bit. More about spam. How different to the european approach and also how the difference So even yes. Civic until an african centered. Perspective is famous spiritually based. So you're looking at your relationship with south relationship with your ancestors your relationship with the creator. All universal got whatever concept that you have. Spiritually based is strength space in terms of seeing that the environment that women can often contribute to the difficult we find ourselves in as opposed to it being inherent in oils. So we look at things. Such is the influence of the transatlantic slave trade and shuttle enslavement. And how got can cause trauma and which is passed down through. The generations even gets into generational trauma additive that everyday form of living wild black shopping bar black seeing black people being mistreated such as a flight. George when you look at the newspapers on the over television which can reach formalizes the game and it kind of like m. involves some of those aspects of our being and the lived experiences of black people particular mental health issues that you think is particularly people with whether exhaust repression anything in particular or is it across the board. I think it's puck across the board really because it really talks about a mind. Temptation of as it talks about self knowledge knowledge of south being really fundamental to wellness. And say that quite often black people only know by themselves what white people have told them. And when we have a ritchie straight of our own culture looking at the egyptians looking got am african culture prior to colonization because they must have had wellness practices or when colonize canes for africa. That wouldn't have been able to get people to do anything because of it had been walking around quite mentally unwell spiritually strong had a lot of abilities which is why people took been enslave them so very much looking out who will be before we were. Enslaved what would our wellness practices and how we can continue them. And even looking at some of the things like proverbs or nancy stories all sayings familiar in many families and using that as a resource for wellness a resource for healing.
Government Accountability Office Says State Department Lacks Diversity
"Mail jail and pale that was the rap on the state department's diplomatic corps for years the department has worked to shed that image but the government accountability office says state is falling short of its diversity goals NPR's Michele Kelemen reports black diplomats are pointing to some systemic problems look kisha gone will never forget what her supervisor told her as she began her first assignment as a consular officer in Monterrey Mexico he says it verbatim that out to me African Americans have a hard time in the foreign service white women and animals in saying this have been able to crack the glass ceiling but black officers tend to disappear gun lasted five years a native of Alabama she was brought into the department on a fellowship designed to increase diversity but she found that personnel decisions work against women of color and it was getting harder to talk about democracy and justice abroad I left at about a half a year and a half after Donald Trump was elected and I just felt that has African American woman the current administration was not living up to the ideals that I want to promote in the service another former diplomat Chris Richardson wrote a damning op ed in The New York Times about the history of discrimination at the state department I can't tell you how many African American officers acting officers I've spoken to who have told me stories of of discrimination stories of weird micro aggressions that work on investigated that no one really asked about Richardson an immigration lawyer says the state department needs to take a hard look at itself and ask why these officers quit the state department set up a task force to work on plans to recruit and retain diverse talent a spokesperson says secretary of state Mike Pompeo is committed to building a diverse and inclusive work force representative of America's devotion to the principle of equal opportunity Richardson says that's been the mantra for years but each decade there are new
"monterrey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"W. Monterrey KMOX news Wall Street is rallying again after the government said employers cut twenty point five million jobs last month that's a record but also slightly less than markets had braced for investors are also increasingly betting they won't see another report that bad again because the number of workers filing for unemployment benefits has been slowly declining the last five weeks nothing positive in this report the government says more than twenty million Americans were unemployed last month that raises the unemployment rate to fourteen point seven percent economist Joel naroff the economy is starting to re open but the whole that has been done by the covert nineteen for shut downs is deep narrow off says the numbers don't tell the whole story as large numbers of people are continuing to be laid off and millions are leaving the labor market completely and therefore not counted as unemployed says Nair off the recovery is going to take a long time bill Rakoff CBS news the Dow currently up three hundred seventy five points every day that sports leagues are shut down for corona virus they're losing big money in fact Washington university sports economist Patrick riches pagan those losses that at least twelve billion dollars which says the most obvious losses are in ticket revenue and money that fans would be spending at the games but there's also the corporate sponsorship needs that have paid money who you know have activations of their signage and then various ways that companies activate these partnerships with teams of locally well if you have no games of you're not getting any activation so their lost money there Bristow's came watches Hancock and Kelly you then have lost media revenue what's not included in the twelve billion dollars or those who work at the games and those who work in restaurants and bars near the venues were missing out on the additional business and tips Brian Calley St louis' news radio KMOX resident trump says he continues to test negative for corona virus despite being in the same room with the navy valet who came down with it this week president says the valley was in the same room with him on Tuesday the day CBS news the man began feeling sick he tested positive for covert nineteen the next day Mr trump tells fox news his valets and others in the White House are now wearing masks still he's skeptical that more frequent testing will be enough to keep the virus in check not necessarily the answer because they were testing and they tested him four days before doctors believe a person can spread the virus before they begin showing symptoms Steven Portnoy CBS news Washington trump has access to a federal supply of tests on fox and friends the offer them to Joe Biden so he could quote get out of the basement and back on the campaign trail as corona virus hotspots erupted at major U. S. meat packing plants experts criticized extremely tight working conditions that made the factories natural high risk contagion locations but some midwestern politicians pointing the finger at workers living conditions suggesting crowded homes bear some blame the comments include Wisconsin Supreme Court justices remarked that an outbreak didn't seem to have come from the regular folks outraged employees and advocates call the comments elitist and critical of immigrants in meat packing work force from the Jefferson bank interest business desk U. S. and Chinese trade negotiators are promising to create favorable conditions for carrying out a truce in their government's terror for an official Chinese news agency reports a phone call between both countries happened today vehicle is seventy westbound past union that's on the right shoulder emergency vehicles at two seventy north bound before sixty four in the right lane so that as the right.
"monterrey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Monterrey we have a lot of Mike person in the news today just because the state has reopened and that brings him in a lot but I wanted to talk about concerts because under the state's show me strong recovery plan governor parson is allowing public events like concerts to resume now somehow they're going to have to maintain proper social distancing the governor says seating shall be spaced out according to social distancing requirements I guess if it's standing room only you have to space yourself I'm not sure I thought this was interesting our friend John Grayson who is now at our sister station in Kansas city he says that he is a musician he plays around a lot he says he posed it to all of his musician friends would you feel comfortable performing right now and these are people who make their living performing and he said he did not get a single yes because people who perform are afraid of getting sick or getting people sick and that doesn't even I guess figure into how much money could you possibly make if you're playing a small then you would have to socially distance everyone so Amy comparing the possibility of a concert now to the one that you saw were your brother played with Joanna sering go right is it even possible and would you go so it personally just on you know a superficial level I wouldn't you know but right now I'm you know I'm one of those who was extra cautious I don't necessarily want to project all of my fears and to other people I think at some point you have to make an individual choice now social distancing at concerts I mean I guess an outdoor concert in what is one thing but those indoor venues are pretty cramped spaces and when you look at the research that's coming out the spread of covert nineteen in indoor spaces is exponentially higher than it is outside so I guess you would have to trust people to wear masks to social distance I will say I'm a little confused about the first things were opening up like concerts bowling alleys skating rinks my mind is more on when are we going to resume elective surgeries so that we can start pumping money back into the hospital systems Charlie of mid Maisie answer that there already scheduling I'm in Missouri and all the other hospitals kind of agreed on that kind of quietly couple weeks ago but you know if if people often think about elective surgery they probably receive phone calls from their doctors or hospitals already scheduling them the other thing with regard to concerts of course they can take place it all depends on the circumstances around the corner from me psychotherapist by the name Jen Abel's place on her doorstep and she gets a crowd across the street and in porches in the distance and people can't bottom lawns and they're all socially distancing and she said she got a little trio there and it's every Sunday except last Sunday we're expecting rain so she did on Friday night I believe and it can work you know it all depends on the circumstances you may not want to go into the darkroom at blueberry hill which is kind of confined for a you know elbow to elbow concert but I don't see why you could have a concert outdoors on Forest Park on you know the hill outside St Louis or rather the art museum if people are socially distance I I have no problems with that and of course it depends on you know the band too many bands are already socially distance we know when they're let's say on stage somewhere so I I don't think we have to shoot down everything let's not forget it's not like we've we've banned everything already people are already near each other for a lot of activities that aren't completely essential so let let the music play at Charlie I will say when you said it depends on the band to you I my first thought was right I'm not going to risk it for a band that's terrible yeah I got a really a lot of the bands that are really out of the van that's always the case well it's eight forty seven we're gonna take a break and when we come back we're gonna talk Cinco Tamayo and cruises stay with us here on KMOX well if you are feeling like the house really needs a deep cleaning and it probably does because if you're like me there's always people in the house and no one ever leaves so it needs to be cleaned zero Raz is running at one hundred percent right now cleaning as many homes and businesses as quickly.
"monterrey" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Mild weather I'm Debbie Monterrey along with Tom Ackerman KMOX news time is six oh three will take a look at traffic and weather together coming up at six ten and Debbie Illinois governor JB Pritzker once again reiterates his plea for Illinoisans to stay indoors despite the nice weather with the nice weather also comes with the threat of severe weather and we will get the outlook from accu weather's dean devore in just a bit Illinois has suffered its largest one day loss from cove in nineteen cents the outbreak began state department of public health director in Ghazi Izzy Kay says seventy three more people have died raising the total number of deaths to three hundred eighty she says the virus has been especially hard on seniors well sixty eight percent of the cases in Illinois are younger than fifty we do know that eighty percent of the deaths in Illinois have occurred and those who are sixty years and older but we have seen deaths in all ages the most recent deaths include a man in his eighties from Marlboro county and a woman in her eighties for Madison County is he gay says they surveyed covert nineteen patients of those who responded forty three percent said they have substantially improved over covered within seven days of testing positive outlook statement St louis' news radio KMOX today is the one month anniversary of the first covert nineteen case in Missouri and the coronavirus death toll continues to rise in the Saint Louis area two more people have died of covert nineteen in the city of Saint Louis bringing the total to twelve St Louis county saw its largest one day increase in deaths yesterday jumping from fourteen to twenty four cable X. news time is now six oh five let's go over to accu weather meteorologist dean devore and dean we do have a threat of severe weather later today yeah that's a quite a day here that we're we're going to try to set a record on the thermometer and then we'll break this very warm wave here this heat wave for early Aug R. for early April half feels a little bit like August out there the last couple of days on it so that comes with a front that comes through this evening with some showers and thunderstorms best chance is still anywhere between four o'clock and some of the western suburbs to about ten o'clock some of the battery suburbs so hold down that timing a little bit more so look at some of the modeling definitely damaging winds and some heavy downpours and possibly some hail with this line of thunderstorms so we go from almost ninety today and then we're back into the fifties as we go through the rest of the week with a severe thunderstorm threats in between will keep up to date all day long on single this is news radio KMOX the Saint Louis area is still two to three weeks away from its peak of coronavirus cases the head of the St Louis Metropolitan pandemic task force things staying at home will be one of the only ways to keep this under control Dr Alex scars as also SSM health's chief medical officer we believe that a surge is coming based on our model's and the only way that we can slow this surge down or make it so that our healthcare systems can handle the surgeon patients more appropriately is to decrease the number of people that become infected at the peak eighty eight thousand people out of the metro area is two point eight million population could be infected between thirteen hundred and three thousand would require hospitalization those numbers do not account for people from rural areas outside the metro who may come to Saint Louis for care KMOX news time is six oh six cell by state worker has died from the coronavirus as of last evening fourteen by state workers across six different locations have tested positive in a release by state did not specify whether the deceased employee was a metrolink or by state bus driver officials say anyone who had close contact with the person was identified and reach out to directly those people were asked to quarantine for fourteen days by state says all areas where potential exposure occurred have been sanitized and disinfected using CDC guidelines St Louis county executive Sam page has already spent seven million dollars for personal protective equipment he expects to be reimbursed from the federal stimulus but the rules on how that money can be used is still unclear we are handicapped to death for the next two or three weeks because we don't have clear federal guidance and we don't expect the guys to come for two or three weeks about the exact rules on how we can use these funds to help people in our community the county council has approved pages request for P. P. E. unfortunately personal protective equipment is hard to find we are competing with the federal government is trying to buy it we're competing with other states who are trying to buy it and people who sell.
"This is Unorthodox University leading Jewish podcast. I'm your host Mark Oppenheimer Anaheim our joined this week by another host tablets senior writer. Liel Liebowitz hello to you you lying. Doug Face Pony soldier. Oh isn't that the greatest I word ever cody soldier. This Joe Biden thing I did not. Did you call someone a pony soldier. A very lovely moment. Ask them very innocuous question. He turned around and said No. You didn't you lying dog faced pony soldier. Wow then she was like what he's like. It's woman old. John Wayne move was like no. It's not every single John we you literally. It was big in Delaware that instead slander. That's slur was big in Delaware. The nineteen fifty. It was a pre talkie. That's got to the president just for the Retro Quality. Just just to take us back in time Lille and I are alone in the studio today. Stephanie has jury duty so it's just only al to celebrate. Celebrate the upcoming hog known to the gentiles. Valentine's Day is revelatory. Yeah that's right Ed. We will be speaking with some people who know something about Love Seduce today. They are among others. We're going to have the cast members of the web series soon by you about dating in the modern Orthodox world how carp when our favorite guests from the apology episode came to our live in Cincinnati to tell us a very very special story. And then if you like hearing US whisper sweet nothings into your ear. Buds wait until Oh you hear the lovely singing voices in our interview with cantorial student. Jacob Sandler yes he gets US singing. We really do put you in the Mood for love. This is love is in the air in twenty twenty s as the corona virus. But Hey you win some you lose so the the updates on our lives. Stephanie is currently only doing civic duty during jury duty somewhere in the five boroughs Stephanie was in Scotch Plains New Jersey having a great event there a few days ago Maybe we'll we'll get the update next week. Leo You're in the motherland right. I was in beautiful Israel. Why for my grandmother's one year as a memorial service? Yeah Had a chance to sit and study some Tomlin with my Gerke Hassett cousins. I dearly love and again you know. We're often kind of like you know funny about these matters here but every now and then I really do get the urge to be sincere when I sit with people who you would think we have absolutely nothing uncommon. But then you realize we are truly literally and metaphorically speaking family and when we get together that love that connection is completely puttable we have spent very a little time talking about the fact that you're related to Garros So how did these are first cousins of yourself. I Costa who went. Who Went Garrard in your family? My Grandmother's sisters Shula Married Girl Haas. Okay this is a particular sect of Hasidim. What is there? What's the What their vibe? Like what what makes Gerhardt's put it like this cafe after the memorial service writing grandmother. Someone was talking about a person who's become about Shuba who's found religion later in life and became a gir- haas acid and one of my cousins who is Haas it said really no one becomes Bolshevik becomes a hostage and I asked why not and my cousin said well. Because it's it's perfectly fine to be like a really religious Jew and not go all the way to where we are. Why would you ever do the house? We have no choice right. Mind way you ever come here. It's so interesting I don't have any Cassini blackadder's any Haredi in my family I have modern orthodox cousins in Israel whose parents my mother's first cousin hasn't her husband actually were leaders of the conservative movement in Israel but then there's not much of a conservative movement in Israel so if you grow up kind of conservative conservative acts like observant conservative but if you SORTA got a pick or are you going secular going modern Orthodox and they're you know they're orthodox but I don't know of anyone who's like got the hat and the beard. It's a great a crying. Shame you have Hasidic material written all over your basically and this is the thing that I I kind of realized this week. 'cause we were hanging we were talking and at some point. The conversation vacation got kind of really elevated. And then I thought you know moved to dial like three clicks to the right and we're talking about Cherry Garcia Right in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy right eating shrimps and the bus and the way to Monterrey. That's kind of the VIBE. Yeah really the essence of not just observing the strict strict interpretation of the law but really trying to find this motionless spiritual connect mystical court to it would love to. I WanNa hang with your gear custom in cousins or Greg. I had a slightly different experience but in its way no less mystical by the way while you're talking about Jerry Garcia on the bus. Were you on the conference call when I when we were all doing like a pre show Oh crap and Rebecca. My thirteen year old was in the car and she was saying Dad. Can you explain the the grateful dead to me which is a really deep question because you know I could say I mean. I think we'd been listening to uncle. John's John's Bander Casey Jones. Or something you've come on. Come on the playlist in the car and I could say well it's a it's a group from about nineteen sixty seven to nineteen. Ninety give is playing the debt side. But I could give you the Brownie right and you'll eat it thirty five minutes you'll understand everything about this man. I mean I. It's really hard to say because it's so much more than a band to six never made sense to me before I try them on. Meet cliche thing to say. One is a grateful dead. The second is tennis and attended attended. I'm like wait until you understand. 'em This is a great game. I just have to move my eleven right. I'm so into this now. I add my own mystical experience in Wia missing in Pennsylvania and a bunch of people came like they'd set up fifty chairs. Forty five of the chairs were were filled with super curious. Interesting people of all ages a young rabbi from Lebanon Pennsylvania brought his twenties and thirties. Group is like young singles of which there were five or six and they were super into it and they listen to the show and they wanted copies the book and it was magical. The Jewish Cultural Committee organizes their author series was three people. None of whom was is Jewish. Okay one of them was Nancy Russo. WHO's married to to Paul something? Jewish and Nancy is is Italian Catholic by upbringing. The main woman the director of cultural life for the Jewish nation is Amanda Hornberger. Whose husband is like something German Lutheran? She herself grew up. Congregational est she's on the vestry of her united the Church of Christ Congregational Church. I've always said that the congregation great out and there was a local librarian named John who grew up in Baltimore where he did sixteen years of Catholic school and then went off to college college. I mean literally none of these people even guys. Every time we meet a gentle on our show it turns out there a quarter Jewish. These people like zero Jew in them and yet they are keeping the Jewish heart beating y missing Pennsylvania. They were interested they were curious they're booking good authors. They're running great programs. The people they bring in Inter asking smart questions Jews by choice we had a convert. who showed up a Sherry came and said thank you for your your help on my journey? The podcast has been meaningful to me. gentile L. spouses of Jews. Why a missing? Pennsylvania was among the greatest afternoons of my life is how it ought to be how it ought to be. Whatever New York like fucking fucking A.? Y. A. Missing Pennsylvania it there. Are Jews starve reading. The News starts reading this and I want to see even today do an event at the Barnes and Noble in Union Square. And you'll get fifty fifty three people and I go to why missing and get forty and in town. That's probably like twelve thousand people get numbers you get. People are truly engaged truly engaged and so grateful full end their listeners and the ones who aren't listeners could become listeners I it was it was magical. Speaking of Magic Amazon is somehow making the Nazis disappear in news to the Jews. This this week we learned from the New York Times about that Amazon is and I quote quietly canceling its Nazis over the past eighteen months. The retailer has removed books by David. Duke a former the leader of the Ku Klux Klan as well as several titles by George Lincoln Rockwell founder of the American Nazi Party Amazon also prohibited volumes like the ruling elite the Zionist seizure of world power and and history of central banking and the enslavement of mankind from its virtual shelves. What are we think of Amazon? Taking strong hand Nazi literature out of its store. You're I'm not down with it. I'm not either tell you. Because here's the thing. Once you at a major conglomerates start making judgment calls about what is and is is not permissible for its captive audience to read. I think you're sorta screwed actually kind of a free speech absolutist in this way like yes I want everyone three David Duke Doc if only because once you do unless you're total frigging maniacal moron. You'd understand that this is absolute drivel. Actually want like free copies and like every this show be like. Hey guys here you go and try to get your way through mine com- If you can't get twelve pages into it. It's the most boring stuff you'll ever find. The beginning is funny. The middle sags the characterization gets gets a little thin toward the ad still never figured out how it ended. I never read it. No but really like do I really want Amazon making this call them. Why not the next up being like well you know This type of ideology is also quite offensive to us in history is in the type of thing we want people to read. You can imagine agenda that you can imagine where it goes very quickly to Jews in the Middle East or Zionist saying. We don't WanNa read you know the Hamas Charter and Palestinian activists saying we don't want to read. This spoke about the founding of Israel. I mean it's all of a sudden you've a lot of people who authentically believe that they are keeping genocidal literature out of the hands of other people saying what people can and cannot read and you add in the fact that Amazon really does have a kind of monopoly power. What we're reading? Yeah and find the these days of elsewhere.
"So it was interesting engineering business since we worked for insurance we really crossed all industry verticals I mean I've worked cases in Nolan gas or cases in math in healthcare where cases and financial services really across the board what you find is the process same regardless of the industry and there's only a few different nuances as you as you get into it so I I like to say industry agnostic but there's definitely some places I've got more depth of knowledge and others for sure cool and what's your focus today are you consulting or training them yeah I'm working with a really good friend of mine here in San Antonio she's got a it's a major consulting and technology shop so were you know were basically helping people get more efficient leaning on technology obviously to these as the talent pool is shrinking and so figuring out how we can leverage technology not necessarily people and then also the management consoles the changing of the business processes result of that so and what got you into sales oh man playing golf really yeah yeah I was a I played college high school and College Golf and NFL professionally for a couple of years after I graduate school and was working part time at a club down in south Texas and got to know a member pretty well and he said he found out about a business marketing degree and he said I want to hire you into my engineering company and then I want you to learn what we do and then I want you to go sell it I said I'm Professional Golfer man forget all that business stuff and he just kept Africa back about six months later I finally caved and you know it's been a whirlwind ever since and what do you like about it you know I mean I love the business world because I ended up getting into the NBA at night when I was working full-time And so everything I look at now look at like a case study and so it's just I I look at everything objectively from Santa what in years broken what could be improved on what can we do to make people's lives better and then I just actively worked every day to try to make that happen and so it's fun for me because you know businesses really today it's all about the people and I think what I've found in my life is that there are too many people that just exists and they don't actually ever strive to achieve anything really special and I think what what it is incumbent upon us as leaders is who identify what's really cool and special about a person and build an environment where we can nurture and develop that talent to come out of it you know my favorite story is I I hired a guy at a curved it was a fire Marshall and that's all I can make you a Rockstar in Latin America and he didn't see for himself at the time but it took me about three and a half years and he's actually now my old CEO's when I sold I made him CEO by Mexican Company and so take a guy that was making thirty five thousand dollars years are Marshall impervious to now you know being the CEO of major international operation on a Mexico making a buck five that changes his world forever and so I believe that you know as a from a leadership perspective if we can have that sort of impact on people's lives they were be were blessed to be a blessing well we'll take us through that journey how did you get him from even probably not believing that he could do it too normally believing he could do it to doing it so I think first and foremost our I always relate to the idea of developing employees to just like raisin kids right so I've got the he was two at the time when we sold a now he's six I gotta level in like crazy they they have no that they can trust you they have to know that you have their best interest I parts and they have to see what you do every day in your actions that are designed to promote them and take them door they also wanna go and so you know my job was really just the cheerleader early on guys guys we got this incredible opportunity in Latin America it's untapped it's taking we gotta go is going to do it if you're willing to go with men I will I will make it happen for us and so it was never made saying hey you go get it done it was me saying hey guys let's go and I would fly down there with them we go meet with prospects early on absolutely we didn't have that much work yet we beat the drum we tell everybody you know here's what we're doing here's our here's our doing it and we started to pick you know we started generate some interest a lot of teaching and training early on because technologist on them that they need in Latin America but they don't have and frankly you know timing always works in mysterious ways now say got as planned for everything so I was down in Monterrey Mexico in the stories are right about my notebook is as meeting with this Rico which basically is a staff attorney for the large insurance company down there and he I was explaining to him back then it was in broken Spanish because I didn't speak Spanish very well back then he's doing what we do and he succeeded forensic Tana said yes sir said hold on a minute he comes back out with his file he shows me these pictures of this deadly and he says here's the story so we had this guy that divorced twice married a secretary bought a two and a half million dollar license insurance policy on her ten days later she slips falls and dies in the bathroom were the insurance company and of course we're suspicious with the medical examiner's report says the cause of death is undetermined so now we're on the hook for the two and a half million dollars can you help and I said you know I said it's really funny answered that's normally not exactly what we do said but I just happen to hire a guy that's a Puerto Rican orange near out of two million university in Louisiana and he speaks from Puerto Rico and I think we can probably work you know help you out on this thing so we fly down to Monterey we measure the bathroom we build reading model we start analyzing all the marks body and put them in you know where where he basically beater in the bathroom and so fast forward we testify and Mexican court that he killed his wife the judge rules in our favor which means insurance companies don't have to pay the policy the governor of New Wave Leone which is a state around Monterey reopened the criminals association and the Guy In jail so this all the newspapers in Mexico and we became almost celebrities overnight in the interesting because the insurance companies never win those kind of cases down there and so when I went to Mexico City a few months later they're like oh you're that guy and so we started this started this whirlwind for us and you know I was down there in Juneau five and October Hurricane Wilma hits Cancun and so the property Vice President calls me and says him what you know about segregating hurricane damage from pre existing damage because as everybody knows in the insurance business you know you'd let your property you don't do preventive maintenance on him you let him you know Kinda K into form and then when a bigger incomes you wanNA completely remodeled upon insurance money and that's not exactly how politics listen work and so he said well what do you know about separating out these types of they haven't Jessica what he said we'll come on down to Cancun so then we spent eight months in Cancun and so that started just our whirlwind journey back you know five of you know a bunch of were all over Latin America all through Minnesota. RT Colombia Chile I mean we did we did earthquake in Chile in twenty eleven on we did a bunch of other one off projects refineries in Uruguay and so it was just so much fun for me with the guys that are hired it really put them in the best position for them to be successful like the guy from curb ill- because he his family is actually from just outside a month today so he was perfectly bilingual and it really put him in a position we could maximize his talents and skills always say that for everybody just like in sales wherever your passion skills in profitability meat that's an ideal situation where you can draw circle around it and so that's what I try to do with people every they is what's really cool and unique about you and happen we build an environment and put you in a position to get you ultimately where we think you could be of most effects and what do you look for in people the people that you work for and work with well the nice thing about you know now being retired you know the pressures off so you can be very choosy I'll look for you know there's a there's a popular performance management out there that says the vast majority of people give eighty five percent oh they're hypotheticals I like people that are wanting to do something more than they are doing today that are willing to stretch and they're willing to be adventurous rightly said I had those guys went down a Latin America that was protein to build a company down there the unknown I mean you hear all the stories about kidnappings and how dangerous is down there and here I am six foot That speak Spanish you know going into a lot of these places so everybody always asks well we're scared it's like well no it was more for me it was an adventure I mean I had a bunch of life insurance on me and I had a five million dollars in policies. I really didn't have to worry about anything but it was like go down there and get it done you know I look for people that are adventurous in their soul in wanted wanted US something that they haven't already got you know when you're selling to clients what's your approach well you know it's funny I've taken probably he sticks or seventy oh sales training curriculums of course years the Challenger sale and spin sale ending and you know Barry Ryan selling to curiosity and you know Miller hyman method and all that good have to develop enough credibility where they're like okay you obviously know enough about our world that I can tell you what's really going on here so once you get to the truth of the matter you find that there's opportunity to this every day probably ninety four out of five that that beat something I can do for and so it just a total rethinking of how the how the sales engagement really should work but that's just the way that I believe well I I think it's good if you have that right and
"monterrey" Discussed on In The Limelight
"It was a it was a nice sort of like a Monday night is, you know, a little bit. Tense way to start the week. I was at the late night. But it was fun. We had a good time and J lo really brought it. So the only I just was wishing their performance jaylo hosted anyone or so. So the usually have a host ISA Ray hosted it last year. This year they decided not to have a host. So instead they had a few comedians, Hassan menashian and Jessica Williams, who kind of introduced different segments different awards. They were good. I think it's a hard fashions the hard crowd. You know, it's like, they, they I think they want people over. They both look great. But yeah, no host this year. So congratulations to Jennifer Lopez, right? Julian. I mean one over by that speech, it was a good. She Tom Ford is like, have you ever heard him speak? He has a mega like his wife seeking. I know I had no I I guess I've seen him speak before maybe never in person. He just has this kind of in trance thing, cadence. So the way he discusses things, I know he definitely has had some sort of what you call elocution hang or something. It's almost like he was performing, you know, it was very it was very hypnotic. All right. Well, yeah. Those are my two big nights, too. Big nights out on the town. Let's and the with a kind of we need to check in with our, Royal pals and Julie, I need to like get into this with you, because I'm so excited to hear your thoughts you want to do. You want to explain this prince George thing. Yes. Prince George, actually, you better explain it because, you know the context of this more than friends. Vacation. They there's this really weird. I love when these kind of odd prince, George items, come up that are sort of devoid of really any context, and I never really understand how the British papers get their Intel here, but they had a little new cycle over the past couple of days about prince George, sort of, on usually kind of being helpful when the delivery way the people who work at way, troves deliver the groceries to their country house at the Norfolk home. So I guess according to the sign, he has stunned staff by helping out alongside them to unload, the groceries, every time it gets delivered. So sweet. And he greets the van with Dodd William, they're helpful approach has become well known among supermarket staff. They were praised for their constant offers to log in the mammoth food, or a mammoth thrown in there. Like all the like mounds of food. The insider explain love this as a quote, from a source it is, rare for anyone to ever offer to carry deliveries inside George is always, particularly helpful is the one who asks each time what he can carry for them. He is a very inquisitive child in you be concerned that it's strenuous for him. The source continues, they give him lighter bags it shows how down to earth William is, and that he wants his son to grow up being polite and helpful to others Julie. Is this the most like shining PR store? You've ever heard for a celebrity. Wondering whether Kensington Palace like planted, this as some sort of light in a sense counterpoint to the whole state. Visit good call actually because I do feel like as I said at the beginning, these things come out of nowhere in the sun. So you're like where why how you know? Right. Because I imagine that comes in the balance has anyone who encounters any Royal signed, some sort of conflict out, didn't she -ality agreement. So. Right. My initial thought was maybe it was a waitress employees. But I feel like waitress would wanna lose that accounts waitress. I thought processes you I thought, well, maybe we chose wanted this out there, because waitress was in a lot of the headlines. But I just don't think exactly. I think there's no way if they have a regular ordered there that they would not check or like that, it would somehow be approved. We'll right and they're not sending the newest delivery guy to go deliver this. This is like right dying..
"monterrey" Discussed on In The Limelight
"And then I guess she's on the five, but he made a point of noting her obviously, in the men of the show than I guess he introduced recent coal. So they came out together to actually introduce the episode. And there is such a funny height differential between the two of them. They play in the first episode, the height differential between Reese and the other characters in a funny way. But Reese, Nicole will definitely were holding hands. They are, you know, they've talked about how they are like best of friends doing this together, and that it's such a kind of female driven project. Andrea Arnold director for season two and then they played the episode. I always find it awkward at these. Premieres though. When people cheer for each name, when it comes up, you're stressed out, the to come up, and they're not gonna get this much almost everyone there had someone there for them. So even the kind of like smaller characters and their names, come up, sometimes they would even get louder receptions. I also was very interested. I had the perfect bird sort of, like I was in the very front of the kind of balcony things I could look right down and see the actresses, and it went in a row or column. I should say recent Eva like everyone against the I'll Reese, Nicole. Yeah, recent Eva Nicollin. Keith Merrill, Laura Dern Shaleen Zoe in order, and it was fun. I mean obviously that's pretty much works out to like their screen time or whatever, but it's just funny to see it. So drawn. Out like that. You know what I mean? But they were all acute and turning back and forth to say hi, to the people in front of them are behind them that kind of thing she Leinen Zoe came in or they seemed very tight. I would say chalian look rage was going for kind of like a nineteen sixties vibe, with, like the big hair and everything, you know, to check it out with Andrea Arnold director was there a difference. Did you sense any sort of difference between like the tone or static? Oh film criticism coming into the podcast. Let's see, I, I would say it's very similar to season one I loved it the first episode obviously, the only one I've seen, but it almost feels like a turbo charged version of season, one if that makes sense I love that, that makes it sound really good. I'm excited. Yeah. I would say Meryl adds a whole new dynamic, though, because she's in a lot of the first episode she is. I think this is been in the trailers and stuff. I think it's fine to say she kind of comes in as a very not necessarily the villain, but she sort of the adversary, at least in the first episode and the sense of she's trying to figure out what happened to her son. You know what, what this kind of situation was where he could die? I you know, kind of sussing around with, like Nicole in recent everything. So I'm curious sort of how they're setting up this season. That it's almost like Meryl is the driving sort of antagonistic force. If there is anyone who could take on those and maryl- maryl- is doing. I know she's talked about how she had new teeth prosthetic teeth for the role. She also speaking in kind of a different I wasn't expecting this really like she's definitely studied Alexander scars guards, dialect or way of speaking, and it was like doing some sort of version of that. So she's kind of speaking in this, like I don't even know how to describe it other than like scars guardian sort of, I guess Swedish accent. But it's I mean she's Merrill. So she's like perfect and her scenes with Reese are Julie, the best thing I've ever seen like they are so good. She has to extended scenes with Merrill that are threes that are just like the most funny moments in the whole episode. I cannot wait. Dern definitely got some like she was almost like a, some of the people, I talked to after, like Laura Dern stole the episode because she gets something really good, comics at pieces. And yet transition lenses has a weird moment..
Mexico, Las Vegas And Monterrey discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone
"A missing plane reported by Mexico. The jet was traveling from Las Vegas to Monterrey in northern Mexico. But officials say it never reached its destination. It reportedly had eleven passengers and three crew members on board. No other
Cruz Azul downs Monterrey to win Copa MX Apertura 2018
"Great scenes coming out as Crusoe. So we're able to win go up AmEx winning the League Cup in Mexico. If you will and position very well to maybe win league I mix, but that's not going to be easy. They currently lead it with two matches to play a head of a Medica point the to Mexico City teams are doing very well obviously much like MLS Cup playoffs league. I'm playoffs can get completely bananas. So nothing is promised. But there's something there for cruise. And this would be a shake in history because they are that team that never gets over the hump successful in the regular season. I know we want to talk about teams in American sport that we can compare it to that have not won the big title. You can't compare it to say like the Cleveland Browns, or you know, that they never make the playoffs. But there are those teams. That come close, but never never able to pull it off. Yeah. Right. You're right. But it's not that they never pulled it off. Let me give you a brief history backers. We're okay. So Guzzo was founded in nineteen twenty seven it became a freshman team. Nineteen sixty sixty one season second division. Get promoted between the years of nineteen seventy and nineteen eighty they won six titles six of their eight titles that they currently have in their history. Now, this was in Dhahran house ladder goes that means it was like it was like in Europe season long-term he's in long so year long tournament gay ten months, nine months. So it's supposed to think they had six. Championships in that decade is crazy.
Novichok poisoning: How could it happen again in Salisbury?
"Of the flag on the uss monterrey in norfolk virginia this independence day last night the president calling for unity at an event honoring servicemembers this afternoon he and the first lady welcome military members to the south lawn for a picnic british counterterrorism police investigating after an unknown substance leaves to people in critical condition looking for a possible link to the poisoning just miles away of the scribbles a russian spy and his daughter earlier this year and her father sergei were poison with that deadly novacek nerve agent and all the while they're parts of the city that have been cordoned off not any here in salisbury but also amesbury church there where we understand the couple who is said to be in their forties gone before they became unwell rebecca williams with fox's networks news fox.
"monterrey" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"On the dodgers this weekend in monterrey mexico i've been to monterey nice little town nice big town lot of makila door plants down there lot of good restaurants down in monterrey mexico and the padres taking on the dodgers for three game set on this day mile weekend i hope the mariachis are coming to your house if they're not confined nice place so hopefully he can beat that favorite justify who's undefeated undefeated horse could be a monster woolsey so lots to celebrate this weekend well yesterday we had a four hundred point drop there wasn't much celebrating going on here at the offices of gunnison capital management but then guess what the market according to jeremy klein fbi insecurities chief market strategist said the market got very cheap and buyers just came in did i buy that's another way you can celebrate this weekend you can watch the kentucky derby on one tv you can watch cinco de mayo celebrations on another one you can.
Iowa, Mexico and Dell discussed on
"The air force is moments away from the planned launch of a national mars lander due to arrive the monday after thanksgiving in des moines supporters cheering iowa's governor as she signed a bill banning abortions wants a heartbeat is detected usually six weeks after a pregnancy begins similar bands and other states have not gone into effect because they were challenged in court i was aclu and planned parenthood chapters say they plan to sue double baseball history last night pitch too heraldic pool the call on angels radio is pools became only the fourth player to get three thousand six hundred home runs in monterrey mexico for dodger pitchers combined to no hit the san diego padres this is cbs news during small business month dell is offering up to forty percents off select pc's with eighth gen intel core processors call eight seven seven.
Egypt moves last chariot of King Tut to new museum
"News on the hour on the half and when it breaks i'm rosacea rivera live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom long beach has joined number of coastal cities saying no to styrofoam mayor robert garcia says parts of the city wide styrofoam band take affect immediately this product will be removed from all city facilities and all city events then over the course of the next few months it will begin to be eliminated from all of the larger restaurants and larger facilities everyone else has a year and a half to get in compliance long beach is uniquely position at the end of the river so we see all the plastic styrofoam coming down the river the bill also requires people to ask if they wanna straw in long beach corbin carson kfi news a man has been arrested at a home in whittier after his female relative was found dead in the backyard this woman who lives near the home told ktla neighbors are stunned by the death we're like should we get security doors we have cameras but it's so much closer to home we saliba doors open what are your police officers found the body when they responded to the home yesterday afternoon officer said they're not certain yet of how the woman died california has surpassed the united kingdom to become the world's fifth largest economy federal data show california's gross domestic product rose by one hundred twenty seven billion dollars from two thousand sixteen to twenty seventeen uk's economic output slightly shrunk during that same time period the dodgers have made history in monterrey mexico two two hitter were valenzuela throws out the ceremonial first pitch monterrey mexico can throw it so the sky genres used for pitchers for the first combined no hitter in team history beating the padres four to nothing on spectrum sports net la traffic from the helpful socal honda traffic center there's a crash on the five east la on.
Spy agency NSA triples collection of U.S. phone records: official report
"Wpro friday saying the special counsel should not have unfettered power at a hearing in the fraud case involving former trump campaign manager paul manafort judge t s ellis accused muller of using criminal cases to pressure trump allies to turn against him cbs's major garrett during his address to the national rifle association convention in dallas the president came to the defense of indicted former campaign chairman paul manafort dow paul manafort's a nice guy but you know he worked for me perverse short period of time literally trump delighted the pro gun crowd by reading from an article give me that article summarizing federal judge t s elefsis sharp questioning of special counsel robert muller's indictments of manafort court friday hearing the third time manafort is trying to get the charges against him dismissed national security agencies use of cyber surveillance continues to grow the nsa collected five hundred thirty four million records of phone calls and texts sent by americans in two thousand seventeen and if it sounds like a lot it is in fact it's more than triple the records collected in two thousand sixteen why such an uptick report from the office of the director of national intelligence doesn't say a spokesman says in a statement the government hasn't changed methods when it comes to obtaining call detail records but that doesn't satisfy privacy advocates worry about further government overreach into the lives of us citizens they'll rakoff cbs news washington the latest employment report shows job growth last month of sixty four thousand and the one hundred sixty four thousand and the unemployment rate dropped two ticks to three point nine percent cbs jill schlesinger look at the last four months six months or one year and we're in good shape this year we're averaging two hundred thousand jobs a month and considering that we're this deep into a recovery that job number is pretty darn strong baseball season's second no hitter last night as the la dodgers beat the san diego padres four to nothing with four pitchers sharing the no hit honors the game played in monterrey mexico this is cbs news now the best time of year to wrap up insertive comfort wrapup in comfort today with certa icomfort find a retailer at cirta retailers dot com.
Amid pressure from Trump, Mexico says it's dealing with migrant 'caravan'
"In the digital age it's morning edition from npr news i'm steve inskeep and i'm rachel martin for days now president donald trump has been deriding american immigration policy and warning about a caravan heading toward the united states he seems were referring to a group of about a thousand central american migrants who've been traveling through mexico many of them are fleeing extreme violence in their home countries mexico announced last night that the government there is planning to review the immigration status of this group we are joined now by peers carrie kahn reporting the city of monterrey mexico this morning hey kerry.
Guns have "no place" in the classroom, say top educators
"Legally would would be a bad thing to do and that discussion went right up to the bell with students who didn't even want to to leave the classroom they were still waiting their turn to speak and take part in that discussion so the principal here brianna win said that she thought it went well but it was a good way to show students that the school here kept them in class where they belong got also showed concern for their safety and for the issues that are important to them the principal had also started off this discussion with a school wide announcement of a moment of silence and then reading the names of each of the victims of the parkland shooting reporting live in san francisco general aim kcbs thank you jenna as the nation debates protecting kids at school by arming teachers there's word out of the monterrey area that a teacher accidentally injured a student when his gun went off in the classroom kcbs's bigler has the details seaside high schoolteacher dennis alexander was conducting a course on gun safety yesterday afternoon when he checked to see if his hand gun was loaded it suddenly went off the bullet firing into the ceiling of the classroom three students were injured including a seventeen year old boy who tells ks vw and then i look at my shirt like that and there's like blood on my shirt and then i quite white my net kind of and a bullet fragment comes off fortunately the teen is expected to be okay the teacher who is also a reserve police officer and seaside councilman has been placed on paid leave pending an investigation all this comes as some schools way president trump's proposal to arm teachers in order to prevent mass shootings opponents of that idea are likely to point to this case as an example of how guns in classrooms can lead to accidents or worse in the silicon valley bureau matt bigler kcbs pathway home and you ville the scene of last friday's deadly shooting is suspending operations indefinitely the board of rectors says veterans in the homes care will receive mental health services and.
"monterrey" Discussed on KELO
"Called quick put their who was the first caller um i dealt with the family and business that uh the base of the family wasn't monterrey mexico it's fairly close to the border couple of hundred miles and abodes seventy years ago in that area on this woman in monterrey mexico mexican lady she walked through the border for every one of her twelve kids have them live in us you know i'm all for immigration protection but uh those family there were born in the us and they were citizens because they were born in the us and have given some of the most beautiful people that this country could ever out so i i just that you're not sure and we all we also have a lotta people serving in the armed forces that are not citizens and people don't always realize that either but an and wouldn't really call them mercenaries ether but all right hey thank you for your call kurt thanks a lot let's try edward in baton rouge you are on first light edward what do you say about all this all right thanks for taking my call um well like you were saying about the uh providing uh extra body its own home the border uh that that might work if you uh penalise these companies they're hiring all these illegals and i really think that's not going to do any good either because as we uh point these illegals they come right back if if he used to be some type o canada she uh uh something that's going to deter them from ever coming back again because i mean all you're doing is just you know spending money to deport him they come right back and they're doing you know illegal things here you know committing crimes and all that and ask forested dreamers uh if they.
"monterrey" Discussed on WGTK
"Monterrey called turf lon astor it's a wonderful wonderful project it's a great project to be thinking about that kind of pre planning a little bit early to be able to radic create i knew i had someone that come in the store last week and they were wanting some is always just see now if you know was always is it similar to bluegrass and they use that a lot on the the golf courses so i call ugh checked on it you know their comment was if you want zoysa or bermuda the best way to do that is to do it into plugs and you can plugging into the ground if you're doing this seed their comment was it needs to be really hot and you really need to keep the seed really wet so that's just kinda wanted to throw role that out there for any individuals that are uh into the bermuda grass or always a look so if you're into that and you're thinking about you'd like to overseas your lawn with it the most ideal time to do it is probably going to be into the month of july and august and then you have to as i said put a lot of moisture with it so all i'm going to say about bermuda grasser so as you're because most people don't like it if you have it you like it it's all well and good it is very thick very large the most the reasons why people do not like it is because of a turning brown into like novemberdecember januaryfebruary in late march and early april south and upset about that but if you're into the receding part of it and you're looking at your lawn if you have a lot of bear spots in your yard but you have good grass that's in between all that had an individuals in the store the other day and i told him i said well you have good grass in there but either grubbs have eaten at all for you've gotten a fungus into it you could go through in lightly thach a lot of that and then go back and piracy you know so we went through how to do it either by raking it out by hand or renting if you have large areas piracy leaders air raiders and thatcher's but the first process is you want to thach a lot of their dead grass that you want to get it down to.
"monterrey" Discussed on KPCC
"He went on an expedition from monterrey at in california and he left with a marine biologists and a close friend of his at rackets on two to the gulf of california also known as the sea of cortez and they are explored the ariane recorded marine allowed life in the area and i documented documented a bunch of different species on and the bucked the exhibition ended up resulting in a couple of bucks the legacy of court has and also advocates ended up becoming um at kind of an inspiration for the character dock and cannery row and then later in two thousand four it ended up uh becoming kind of that i'd at a inspiration for a lot of different other biologists and writers ending some people ended up deciding to retrace the steps and so what was the mystery that there were trucked sell right so um it was it ended up when they went back in two thousand four they tried to see what the changes were in the gulf and they ended up finding a an unpredictable at predator there the humbled sweat which was interesting to the bile just because the inside that did not see any humboldt sweat at all they saw some others led by it was definitely not the humboldt not so that sweat the biologists were basically puzzled by an trying to figure out why they are here now did they figured out there and some bits of the change in the square to do something change in in the where they were living right so there are a lot of actually there is some interesting hypotheses which you can read about in the article by on they vary from i'm climate change differences in water temperature in the gulf as well as a differences and a fish population because of overfishing in the area as well so there's a lot of different i'm juggling hypotheses and trying to figure out the life history of the fish of of the humbled squid in the gulf of the new attitudes great article and brenton what sir what's going on around the country and bring us up to date or you can still continue with our several party yeah so even though today is the last a day of cephalopods weakness of the party does not need to and so one of the really cool things about.
"monterrey" Discussed on CarCast
"I would sanction it this way i would say i will let you into monterrey or wherever whatever classic race you wanna do i will let you into it with your not bolt recreation but there's two things the car can not have a technological advantage over predecessor and i need to know you own the real real sitting somewhere but i feel like you're clients though are not the people on the real one in the fake one they have to can't afford the real ones getting the i don't use the word i mean it's kind of knowing what they call these is really tricky because there are so many different categories of replicas you know you've got the really shitty ones that are like the fiberglass vw thing and then you've got on the other end of the spectrum like the tourism copy which is an bolt thing which starts with trying to replicate the the technology and the bill process and not just the look of the product but speak to your question it's it's i ideas intuitive you think well with any kind of replica regardless of what what sort it is it's going to be for the guy who just can't afford the real thing and interestingly most of our clients are people who have the real cars and they're buying these because it's guilt free driving basically when you let oh yeah us got a few of the real and fewer the trip carjoncom fake click obey cover band it'd be bad yet they remember cover band used to be a thing and now here man and if he could spend more money on tickets like a like vegas they have.
"monterrey" Discussed on The New Yorker Radio Hour
"My gobert over the top we'll about half hour so but disparity cruz but halfway down monterrey today which is a glorious the ocean day known for it spectacular wealth of all kinds of life particularly way also not to put and see parents and branching off that they that's true airy which we're approaching according slew so moon go jerry is on the of all cord slew and we're in some of the richest the most intensely farm i recall trolling haven't in north america here on the edge of moderated day and there's always high demand from a new or so the suspicion is who they make more money selling there but the manure them i do skeleton bill but i come here i like to look for ray olds and we'll sir very very first of very narrow berths he expressions him as a radio is not referring actually two in a real road trucker does referring to a byrd because they they look.
"monterrey" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You get a contact well should be i mean what a great assignment no you know you're in and be see and they're like a john can go up to a salinas not go look at marijuana plans for coupled i said sure man or not now for people don't know for jogger be and that's where is so salinas but this is in monterrey county it is not too far from the code so what they were going twenty drive to to get the coast there and it it famous for john fine back pick with a win it trying to penner there what a history there a lot of books are arts center their match reading one now ross based on selena and so and then dude is you're a lot of people moving around uh the cops bother him anybody honestly we didn't see any gobs wow well yeah we we talked it would not be the mayor and and and he pointed out with it comments we just have to learn how to deal with it as soon as we can right right for people i just look this up i have monterrey day is is side directly west of salinas santa cruz to the north and moderate to the southwest and that whole monterrey bay area has a salinas is about yay right about twenty minute drive awful one eighty three this year's twenty three and then you're right there in salinas that is going to be a hot spot and eventually it may even be a a big enough draw where people that visit san francisco from out of town around the country will run down to salinas and take a look it's going to be it's going to go right i want time tonight eleven o'clock the neither one o'clock and channel for channel port is excellent i don't bring some live give some thank you and i heard it right there you know that's the bears used to be you know yeah now when we do in here well i'm saying that the hall shouldn't be just have the caught flower businesses may have their green houser just for cup flowers did a little bit or some of them for millions and millions of dollars up there why and i don't understand the rule.
"monterrey" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"monterrey" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
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