31 Burst results for "Moya"
Home Alone with Sydney Garrell
"We are. We alive we are live. we are not live sydney. Welcome back you guessed a high again no way. No i didn't know sidney from the room In some ways these movies could be any more different but You love them both. i suppose. Yeah so we'll own for me was probably going to my honestly. My favorite christmas lee growing up can remember the first year. I watched it but it quickly became a tradition for my dad and i watch it every year when i was little and my mom got so sick of it. She dropped out of that tradition. But i think if it's on tv or you know just count on. The top of our minds will still get watch here there during the holiday season. So it's definitely close to my heart. I could probably quote the whole thing still for sure for sure. I mean it's it's so much a part of the pop culture of everything. I mean just coli called can it. So many conic lines his whole attitude. i mean. He's he's so adorable. It's it's just. It's a truly iconic movie that i have to admit i. I think this may be my second time ever seeing it like i. I think my mom didn't like this movie because i brought it up Like i'm doing homeland. This like home loan. Please please reach out to us. If your mom likes home-loan 'cause i clear moms but yet like i think she didn't like it and somehow it just wasn't in the rotation So yeah. I don't have the childhood memories with this movie but like just watching this around you can kinda see how it's just it's a. It's like a lightning in a bottle kind of movie. Just everything comes together perfectly to got a great childhood actor you've got a great supporting cast and And and like john hughes movie which is awesome. Yeah i loved. I loved john hughes movies growing up as well. I think didn't macaulay culkin start out. And john hughes busy uncle buck is is that it it was. It was macaulay culkin and john. Candy is also in that john candy. Yes yeah wow who plays the polka king polka king of the midwest polka polka. Yeah no so john john. Candy is in this Yeah catherine o'hara catherine are hard. Has she like totally find your. I'm catherine o'hara apparently like a bunch of people it it went viral recently. 'cause catherine o'hara on some special media like was was was quoting her old her old lines from home alone and like all these people online were week catherine o'hara as the mom from home loan. Like what the hell like like people did not connect the to chase had such a crazy couple years with all her like It's creek and stuff that she's shits creek. Yes yes literally just watching that before the mom from cheese mora She's moya. This is what i'm ties on. Say it it's more how to pronounce that name she's war-era for shits creek kathleen high. I would never have guessed. I i mean this was nineteen ninety converted. Two thousand twenty or however long shits creek has been i mean she's an icon like so glad that she's finally getting the recognition that she'd deserves but i'm glad i could break that to you. She is yeah creek. No where near. I've nowhere near the knowledge you do when it comes to movies actors for that matter so
11 Trivia Questions on Schitt's Creek
"All Right Shits Creek Trivia, let's see if you know enough to be not up Shits Creek number one, the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season. Four of the show question won the Rose Motel gets what new modified name on season four. Question number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get backstage passes to the teen choice awards number two, what musical family did Alexa claim she dated at the same time to get back stage passes to the teen choice awards. Question number three, which two characters on the show are brother and sister in real life number three, which do characters are brother and sister in real life. Question number four, Roland, and Jocelyn have an older son dates, Alexis. What is his name? Number? Four, Roland and Jocelyn have an older son who dates Alexis? What is his name? Question Number Five, what Song is Patrick Sing, for David, at an open mic number five, what Song Does Patrick. Sing for David at an open MIC. And Shits Creek number six, what's the name of the town realtor slash photographer number six? What's the name of the town realtors slash photographer? Question for what's the name of Moya's singing group number seven. What is the name of the singing group? That more up is a part of number seven? Question. Number eight what animal is featured in a movie moyer auditions for number eight, what animal is featured in a movie Moi rough auditions for. Question Nine. What is Bob's wife's name number nine? What is Bob's wife's name nine. And question number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt number ten. What kind of business did the Rose family have before? They went bankrupt? And for two points, what senior activity does Ted Valentin or to help with for two points at one point on the series? What senior activity does Ted Volunteer to help with?
"moya" Discussed on Bookworm
"I wanted to. Ask You. It's very hard to define. The tone here of senselessness, because it is both satirical and anguished at the same time can. Can you describe it? Well. I think the US both the security and the anguished on, but. This book a global is a mental process, right? This book is a wall in this <hes> on this process of getting. Paranoid in a way right getting paranoid because. Because of reading on violence, not because of being witness, violence and saw in this mentality of this character is. I don't know it. It has some components of of humour in order to I think the to resist what he's. Reading in has this component of of. Of. Being afraid been scared been like persecuted, right? I think also that. The narrator. Is Immoral man? He's in exile from his country. But Morality has become complicated. because. He's said as a journalist that his country has had its first African president. What it's assumed he meant was something racist. What he meant in fact was that it had its first dictator. It's first <hes> inflexibly violent roller. And now that he is in exile, we see that morality. He's very moved. He's doing work he's reading. The gathered and unearthed confessions of people who witnessed massacres and mass killings. He's writing down sentences that move him. And he's very <hes> influenced as you say he grows paranoia gle. But at the same time we discover that like most people he's human, and he is a womanizer, perhaps a sex addict and an alcoholic, and that question of what is it to be a moral? Human being and be beset by other frailties at the same time is at the center of this narrator spirit. Yes, I agree with you. I think that's the. That's the point I mean he's. He's not just white or black. I mean this is a very complicated mentality very complicated, human being I mean this fictional character of course and his like having all this contradiction inside himself. He's just like. From one side. He knows what he's doing. He know what he's working on ride. He's aware of that, but at the same. He doesn't want to be so much aware because if he gets. Completely aware, perhaps he will try to escape not to do at work to to to quit that job because that you always a little bit dangerous, so he's at the same time he knows he's. Lying to himself in a way in the same time that he's. Working with this very kate pieces of information he. Likes to leave to have a very. Happy life through <hes>. As, you as you said. To have kind of intense six alive in having drinks just to to get rid of all these anguish that he has,
Horacio Castellanos Moya: Senselessness
"I wanted to. Ask You. It's very hard to define. The tone here of senselessness, because it is both satirical and anguished at the same time can. Can you describe it? Well. I think the US both the security and the anguished on, but. This book a global is a mental process, right? This book is a wall in this on this process of getting. Paranoid in a way right getting paranoid because. Because of reading on violence, not because of being witness, violence and saw in this mentality of this character is. I don't know it. It has some components of of humour in order to I think the to resist what he's. Reading in has this component of of. Of. Being afraid been scared been like persecuted, right? I think also that. The narrator. Is Immoral man? He's in exile from his country. But Morality has become complicated. because. He's said as a journalist that his country has had its first African president. What it's assumed he meant was something racist. What he meant in fact was that it had its first dictator. It's first inflexibly violent roller. And now that he is in exile, we see that morality. He's very moved. He's doing work he's reading. The gathered and unearthed confessions of people who witnessed massacres and mass killings. He's writing down sentences that move him. And he's very influenced as you say he grows paranoia gle. But at the same time we discover that like most people he's human, and he is a womanizer, perhaps a sex addict and an alcoholic, and that question of what is it to be a moral? Human being and be beset by other frailties at the same time is at the center of this narrator spirit. Yes, I agree with you. I think that's the. That's the point I mean he's. He's not just white or black. I mean this is a very complicated mentality very complicated, human being I mean this fictional character of course and his like having all this contradiction inside himself. He's just like. From one side. He knows what he's doing. He know what he's working on ride. He's aware of that, but at the same. He doesn't want to be so much aware because if he gets. Completely aware, perhaps he will try to escape not to do at work to to to quit that job because that you always a little bit dangerous, so he's at the same time he knows he's. Lying to himself in a way in the same time that he's. Working with this very kate pieces of information he. Likes to leave to have a very. Happy life through As, you as you said. To have kind of intense six alive in having drinks just to to get rid of all these anguish that he has,
"Hello everybody happy while wherever you are on this glorious year revision we can came under your Eurovision Song contest fan you. I think you're even begin to it this year. Weren't you in in Rotterdam so? Have you been coping without the prospect of any sort of live dies than well getting Easter? Now Joel tennis being canceled Irvine being cancelled. Yeah I had tickets for the first time and it's law it was council but hopefully out next year and we had celebration on on the TV last night and had some Swedish food and some cocktails to kind of raise a bit of a glass to what what never happened. But but yeah I think I think you were watching us. Well Joe. You're right yes I was. I catch Lubbock came. I'm going to hold my hand up here. Johnny Logan he comes on the TV and have no idea who he is by turns out. He's he's pretty much the go of of the on contests Mariah a bit. Like the Federa of of your vision life. If you don't tennis you you at least know the name federal. Maybe Johnny Logan could could be a bit like that but yeah. I was quite surprised. You shouldn't you've never heard of him. He's one well three times twice as a singer songwriter. Say He is the kind of the winningest person in in your vision. I guess you could say but yeah maybe actually we can do a European podcast as well. But let's let's go to tennis because we're going to be looking at the Italian. Upn and top eight movements. The happened in rave the last few decades. And perhaps I should lead on this one job because I'm going start with a moment featuring the man himself rapper. One of surprise well yes and listeners. And said he'd rougher bear with us because we all see you're not the end of the alternative Casey's season I mean let's be honest because light Madrid. Rome is Dallas. Hi I think he's one like what nine titles zero something ludicrously say is as as hardly a surprise to kind of see him featured this list say yes came. More is was the first moment. We're WE'RE GONNA be reliving. Well I thought we have liquor two thousand five. Which was you know I play horses and really where he takes. The kind of took it by storm. He won the first time. Yeah his first of nine titles. I think back in five and so he came up against Korea. Who at the time I guess was probably the most to stop ish claycourter of over air or at least one of them very face competitor for sure but the final was another five-set Masters Final five-set thriller? It was over five hours long. Which if you think about now if they were doing that consistently Austin Final Monte Carlo Madrid. That would just be insane. I mean I actually am believe that they used to do this to be called with the but yeah it was. It was a real ding. Dong to one of the better word. Joe Six four three six six three full six and then rougher one at seven six on a law set tiebreak but think about this much. Rougher was a double breakdown and fifth say. Who's three lockdown Sakaria? Really could've gone on us up momentum going away and one but I think really is kind of weakest point throughout his whole career was was his mental strength and he kind of collapsed that combined with with. Rafa you know. Obviously he's attitude his diehard shoot. Never giving up. He was on like a sixteen match winning streak at this point and say obviously he. He had a lot of belief in his game. And but I think Korea would be very devastated after this loss at I think. Actually in his post-match she interceded say this was one of the hardest defeats of his career. I think it was interesting to is. I think Korea probably getting into this matching gains clay season. Yeah he's probably thinking. I'm beatable on clay call. There is no one else out there better than me and who comes along on the Dow eighteen year old teenage eh relatively unheard of and I think this match proved that even when Korea was playing his absolutely best tennis possible. That was someone else out there better than him and I think he was kind of disheartened by that and I think this much great show us. You said mentally he you know he wasn't as strong as some of his other competitors or I think when you're three love up Double in the fifth set us really should be closing that match out and he wasn't able to do that. I think that's one of the things we might associate with a player who you know as brilliant as he is in Korea kind of on the mental side of things. I don't think you could put him up there with the greats and I kind of look at this match. I look at the two thousand four French Open final as well where he Gaston Gaudio. In the final game was five sets but again crucially he was two sets up. He was six love. Six three up was unable to close out the the match. And you know he's probably one of these as you put in the category of greatest players never have one. Ud wonder if if he hit if he had won if he had won this final in in Rome beaten Dow that would have given him the confidence indicate and reinforce that belief that he was and he was at the time the best the best clay court player in the world. I think obviously that loss against scout and then going into this match against Rafeh just his. His mental side of things just wasn't subscription. A Rafeh had beaten him in the Monte Carlo. Final just a couple of weeks before this so again he knew he was up against and he kind of let it. Let it slip away to be honest with you and Yeah so I just thought you know. Obviously this was this was a great match and it was symbolic because again you have this is like the birth of of Raffarin. His kind of play. Call dominance in this. Totally kind of pulsing off of his. You know the best steak or two at the time we had people like Carlos Moya one Ferrara Cowdrey. Kara in a sort of all very good establish trae which just as soon as Raff kind of started working his magic. He'd I guess it kind of became almost impossible. Perhaps to argue against for being the best. Geico
Councilman Says Many In Queens, New York City's Hardest-Hit Borough, Can't Afford Burials
"New York City continues to be the epicenter of the pandemic in the United States and within the city some of the hardest hit places aren't minority neighborhoods in queens places like Elmhurst and Jackson heights I'm joined now by city councilman Francisco Moya who represents those neighborhoods councilman Maria welcome to the program thank you for having me so we've heard about the racial disparity with the corona virus with it disproportionately affecting black and Latino residents those communities are over represented in the estimated death count according to the city's latest data have you seen that well yeah I mean look this is not nothing new for us I think I you know I've been on the ground since day one talking about how this is had a profound impact on the Latino community and the African American community for a few reasons one when that tidal waves just crashed on Elmhurst hospital I was on the phone with the CEO of the hospital are talking about what does that look like in terms of patient make up seventy percent of the impatience that came in those first few days were Latinos all from the surrounding community the reason why is because the majority of them are in the hospitality or service industry then they don't have the ability to telecommute from home they're the ones that are delivering our food well you know we're safe inside they are the ones that are manning the cash registers and stalking the aisles in our supermarkets I've they've been thrown into being this kind of front line support that has been keeping the city alive as we go through this process but they have been the hardest impacted by this because they have to work they have to be at their exposed to the elements which has created this problem for us yeah so what would you say right now are the primary concerns for people in your district do you think these fears and struggles that they have are are different than what people another pearls are grappling with yeah no I think it's it's it's it's more severe if you look at the statistics that are coming out for the borough of queens we are at close to thirty thousand they have been infected by covert seventeen hundred have died just in my district alone and one of the major problems that we're facing right now is the inability for people to bury their loved ones because they lack the money and they lacked their status so here in New York we have a program through HRA day provides a burial assistance but you need to have a social security number you know they give up to nine hundred dollars for burial and cremation but at the moment right now we have a lot of people in the Latino community there are undocumented we also have people they are poor and working class you can't afford this right now I'm asking and I've talked to the mayor and the city of New York I'm working with the our speaker Corey Johnson to expand that program so that we can bring some relief to families who will be able to afford to bury their loved ones as opposed to a seeing the images of people in mass graves at heart island this is what you see in in some war torn countries not what you're accustomed to seeing in New York City so consummate I'm sure you've worked for a lot of causes in your time there it's it's really sad that the because you're working for right now is to help people finance the burials of their loved ones look at it it's heartbreaking right these people are my friends they're my neighbors that my constituents that are crying out for help right now in a time where they can't even really grieve for the loss of their loved ones but you know this stemmed from a constituent that had reached out on behalf of a a young child who lost their mother due to covert nineteen the father is on a rest for on a ventilator won't know if they'll make it through the next week this child will be orphaned they don't have the money or the ability to pay for the burial the hospital is calling them saying you have to pick up the body they're not documented it just breaks my heart to know that this is what's happening and I think as a city we really need to push to get an expanded the program that would open it up for new Yorkers who are poor working class new Yorkers who like the affordability the status shouldn't matter you know we are all in this together I've reached out to my connections to the private sector to help with with some of the the the cost but my proposal is to get the city to changes policy expand that program and open it up for the most needy and most vulnerable in our time right now well keep up the good work councilman thank you so much for talking to us thank you thank you for having me that was councilman Francisco Moya he represents new York's twenty first city council district including his native corona
The Skeptics Guide
"Today is Wednesday March Eleventh Twenty Twenty and this is your host Steven Novella joining me this week or Bob Novella. Everybody Cara Santa Maria. Addy Jane Avella. Hey guys and Evan Bernstein. Good evening folks. So it's official the World Health Organization who has declared a worldwide pandemic. Welcome APPS. Well yeah we were. Just I mean we were at this point. We were there just still. It's a milestone only. It is at some point like it's like a certificate you would put on your kids wall. I survived the pandemic t shirt when he wanted story. It's only the third time right. You got the Spanish flu in the late. Nineteen we have the wealth twenty eleven and this burglar twenty eleven. No it was a big enough current pandemics HIV AIDS in Corona virus recent pandemics include nineteen eighteen influenza and the two thousand nine flu pandemic. You're right Steve H. One and one bird flu right or is that swine flu swine flu swine flu and then HIV AIDS. Though it is a global pandemic. It's been categorized. Okay all right we're will make sense. It makes sense so thousand case three thousand cases in the US. Italy is you know they're in the middle. I think of their epidemic China's on the other side of their heirs right. We're just gearing up so now we're in. The phase of social distancing is kind of the word of the day for the US so you know events are being canceled left and right no non essential travel. People are starting to talk about taking their kids out of schools now ours our high school. They're basically gearing up there sending emails out saying that you may have to shut down. We haven't decided yet. But this is what we're GonNa do if we do. And there's sort of laying out the plan threes and it seems inevitable. A lot of colleges are saying we're doing all online classes for the rest of the semester. I'm lucky that I go to school. That's mostly online anyway so I feel like my professors are really prepared. They know what to do. They've been really up to date with everything getting the emails out about plans for in person meetings but I feel bad for a lot of the professors who have never taught online before because it's a totally different skill set and you have to know what to do. Yeah and they're just going to be thrown into it and also the students who have never done online classes like it requires a different amount of self efficacy. I don't know what are we gonNA have older professors taking pieces of chalk and trying to write on so it looks like as of today today the eleventh. Yes yeah one hundred. Eighteen thousand three hundred twenty six confirmed cases globally and four thousand two hundred ninety two deaths. That's that's alive sewer. We'll be talking about a couple of corona virus related news items a bit later in the show. But yeah this is. You know we've been talking about it. You know obviously for months giving the updates and now we were just hitting. I think we could see the peak coming now. You know in. Us As least and a Lotta experts are saying now. Basically everyone's GonNa get exposed. You know it's really just a matter of. How quickly is it going to happen? The key is we want to slow it down as much as possible so it doesn't overwhelm our resources so it's not that we're GONNA keep it. We're not going to keep it from spreading. We're just going to slow the spread because that's a huge difference there were some jackass on. Tv saying just to expose everybody now with opposite. WanNa do we because then the mortality spikes when you run out of things like then a laters beds. It's not going to be literally everybody. It's going to spread through the population. But that doesn't mean everybody's going to be exposed right. I think that everyone is not going to necessarily contract it. The infectivity is not one hundred percent now. But unless you're like seriously isolated you're probably going to get exposed there whole countries where there's only like three cases. Yeah it'll get there eventually. That's the point that's what they're saying it's GONNA it's the human population has no immunity right. So it's a naive population. And it's going to make the rounds. It's going to eventually. Just make the rounds all over the world and then it'll slow down mainly because people will have either most people have already been infected. They won't be enough new. You know naive hosts to keep it going and do we know that you can't be reinfected. Well you'll have. Some level of immunity may not necessarily be one hundred percent of your no longer naive host. You have an immune system that seen seen this virus before the other thing is we want to slow it down and maybe an Iraq seen in twelve to eighteen months we have a vaccine and maybe we further slow it down and also. Maybe it'll be a seasonal situation and it actually will naturally slow down over the summer and give people some relief up until the new season starts if it operates seasonally. Yeah so any of the other thing that everyone is saying which is correct is don't panic but use your commonsense. You know just to avoid unnecessary contact with lots of evil face mask in the. Yeah yeah at least. Some Clark's wipes for the rest of us. Please honks toilet paper yeah please? The Toilet Paper Discusses Shelves Empty. And also don't be getting into fistfights over toilet paper at Costco. It's embarrassing yeah. We don't need a Thanksgiving Black Friday incident. Oh they're all over the world embarrassing. Okay Kerry you're going to give us a what's the word? Yes Oh. This word was sentenced by Linda from Petaluma California. She said I teach chemistry in high school and this term came up recently. So I figured I'd share with you and the whole crew. It's one I've always loved for the simple fact that I find it fun to say out loud. Always a good one to bring up in casual conversation and the word that she recommended is. Moity and Moya and many many of you have asked that we spell the words each week and this is an especially. I think. Necessary one dispel M. E. T. Y. Yeah it's a good one right and so I'm going to start a little bit with the etymology. Because then I think it makes more sense. When you look at all the different usages. Because it's true I had only ever heard of this word in a chemistry context but it apparently also has a sociology context as starting Brooklyn. No it's okay kind of were all French and it also has a property definition so the etymology of the word. Yeah it's from the Latin originally but the first time that has started to look like is old French around the fifteenth century in that usage it meant an equal half a half part or a share which is basically still its definition is just become a little bit more specific over time so if you look in like a dictionary definition you're gonNa find that it means let's see Miriam Webster. Which is kind of the American standard will say one of two equal parts. A half or one or two approximately equal parts or one of the portions into which something is divided or one of two basic complimentary tribal subdivisions and if you look at Cambridge Cambridge Dictionary. You'll see something similar. Apar- share something especially when it's divided into two parts but there they've added the chemistry definition but they just wrote a part of a molecule which is honestly not very specific. So if you really start to dig deep into the term you'll see that again. There are basically three main utilizations. There's the chemistry. Utilization Utilization Kinship and then a Moi early title which is a legal term that describes a portion of title ownership. So if it's like a divided tidal which is kind of interesting make sense in kinship. You'll see it. Referring oftentimes to tribal groups usually native American or specifically Iroquois or Australian aboriginal kinship groups. And also. I think there's a native Hawaiian kinship group and with that respect. Moi Eighty is like when there's a group that descends from a larger group and only hangs out with one other group
The Basque Carnivals
"Let's start with a look at the Mardi Gras and Carnival celebrations going on in Basque country. The customs and street parties will vary from town to town one of the oldest cultures in Europe. The Basques include some interesting public festivities in the days leading up to the fasting period of length traditions. That sometimes go back further than anyone can remember for a peek at how they do carnival in Basque country. We're joined by Claire Noah. She's from Hess Barron in the French Basque country and a Gustin lives in San Sebastian. On the Spanish side of the border. Welcome Claire and Augustine. Thank you very much so first of all. You're both from best country. Claire who are the Basques just very briefly and the basket is one of the oldest civilization in Europe and we are divided on those two parts one in France in another Barton Spain and Augustine. Those the language of Basque people yes. We speak Basque language which we call Skater. Who Scatter I WANNA talk about. Carnival carnival basically is the blow out before lent that leads up to Holy Week and Easter. It goes way back to even pre Christian Times on trying to get through the winter and there's a hope for resurrection for new crops in the fields for the end of the hunger time and the darkest depths of winter. I think the meat was going to go bad. And they had to eat it. All or something or carnival. Carney is the word meat and that led up to forty days of denial lent and then Easter so we know Mardi Gras in New Orleans. That's basically fat Tuesday in French. And IT'S CARNIVAL TIME RIGHT. Turn tell me about carnival. Because it's a big deal in Basque country. A Gustin what is carnival in your perspective. As a person in Basque country we have to waste of Celebrating carnival the more more than Christian celebrations. There are more popular on the Spanish side on the more traditional Pagan celebrations. That you can find in the past country of France. The difference is the recent history. I mean this pagan celebrations were banned by the dictator Franco for thirty five years He banned the use of the language and all kind of Celebrations related to pass or and this was banned. Sue was probably lost the in that time. So let me get this straight. You've got Basque culture. Which is a lot of ways? The same in France and in Spain but carnival is a mix of Christian and pagan traditions. And when you see these crazy creatures jumping up and down in Europe in many cultures it's pre Christian and it's a way to integrate the the indigenous religion in ancient times with the Christian. The newer religion and Franco was allied very carefully with the Catholic Church in Spain. He didn't want any pagan influence in the Spanish Basque country so he said this is a Christian festival none of that Pagan stuff but in France they were more free to have let loose with the pagan craziness. Correct correct Franco considered himself the highest representation of the Catholic Church and turn the country into a religious state Now clear I would imagine in France. Then you have some pretty wild costumes when people dress up during carnival especially where the Pagans go crazy in the French side of the border. What is the carnival? Can you just were on radio but paint a picture for look like for me? It's colorful with many natural things so we will have flowers leaves and we will have ribbons. We will have a chilling chuck which is a small bells everywhere. So you have to hear the carnival and you have to say it's an explosion. Okay of joy. It's just a moment where you go out from last year and everything that went wrong and you wish something really good for the next one so you just have to explodes yourself and just let it go. Go out with your animal part of you. Let your animal free and you're inside and we all have this side in so we have just. This is the perfect moment just to and then you start again so you dress up. There's music there's staying up all night. What's going on in different places? You've got different carnivals into French part of the Basque country three provinces for example Nepali which is really famous. You've got cash Celtic. So those people are going from house to house every weekend before carnival low even after they go to each house. They had get to know the neighborhood. So it's kind of ritual and they'll go to every house they sing. They play music. They DANCE. They share several cups of wine. And then it's a big party the tired but it's it's really nice. This is so interesting because I've been going to the best country for a long time and I have to be honest. I feel there's more character and enthusiasm in Spain because the French Basques are more French to me. More controlled by Peres but here on carnival. You let that ask animal that when you hear Claire. Talking about that from the Spanish Basque side on Carnival do you relate to have an animal you're gonNA lose all And fortunately now we have just a couple of little towns in the north of Navarro which are having the celebration in which the these men are carrying big belts that are bouncing and making big noise. Dig Like cowbells accounting. Yes huge cultures. A lot of this You know animal caretaking in the Malki. As the purpose of it is to wake the nature awake. The youth. Springtime is communist very much related to the end of winter. Welcome in the New Year and also we can in the nature and the spring is coming. So he's very much really. That's something you can see in two different towns in the north of Pamplona Navarre and also a couple of towns in the area outside San Sebastian. When I think of eastern Spain anyways I think of processions solemn processions like in savvy and so on some Amazon Too Holy Week Carnival feels a little more. Just apart and in. Holy Week is more sacred. Yes especially in the spiny side. You'RE GONNA see is big. Parades like you'd like him to turn off taller than most popular. One people go from all the areas. Go and see this parade. Our guest from Basque country are Agustin Cerita from San Sebastian Spain and Claire. Moya from aspirin a little town outside zone in the southwest corner of France.
Discussing Leading up to Breeder's Cup 2019 (With Scott Hazleton, Nick Luck, Gina Bryce, Frank Mirahmadi)
"Tasers plus i'm working came about ten years ago now i think it was wins and jato is still running goodyear to come i think she won the this stuff yeah and so i missed her agonizing defeat but yeah great to be back we mortar place kind of standing here thinking why do i live why do i live in the UK suv amen code and i i try to live here as much as i possibly can and you've been you've been stateside a ton the last several months skull and comparing notes as to how many days spent away from home this year i was beaten by you you will have someone nearly two hundred i think about one hundred twenty six months for me my very long suffering wife is just that if you need to pass assistant i'm happy to come along make the coffee whatever i'd say it's a pretty good gig you got going on out here on a day like today looking over the mountains perfect temperature top class horses cantering i you all is well with the world now and ideally from from here on in the next seventy two hours through saturday tonight get them all around safe and make this make this the the idyllic session that it should be the from from art lips god's ears as we say i wanted also to to the dubai experience right the last the last several years the the international i scott i mean lucky enough to where it we've got a royal ascot gina as well jeanine scott on the same royal ascot show now skull comes over and does a great job for fatigue as well then dubai and dubai together on on that show so yeah trips have been right i mean you can't get rid of me and to be honest with you our our our first encounter we always have we have this connection our first encounter which bad pinch is not here for this story because we're all together was the two thousand seven breeders cup at monmouth park it was my first big remote for HR TV it was was your first go second chauffeur ESPN yeah and it was lafitte lafitte was during the winter cycle presentations i show and we somehow not surprisingly found each other and managed to hang out more than a few times it was of course that week it was often oblique experience that we well saturday and sunday uh about friday and saturday but we're not talking about the weather though you're you guys were well the rain was what i call crying baby rain you think naturally has to stop but it never does danger this week that was is that was as frustrating a scenario as you'll ever going to have around racetrack it was gorgeous every single day that i got i got to meet scott hazelton think either third how i was blessed and we've not looked back since twelve years later here we are that was i i was there broadcasting for for me that was actually my first that was the first season of the show when i was alone was two thousand seven and broadcasting from from the from john heinz office that compound here and the show was four o'clock at that time four to seven so i was there all day and i basically ended up answering phones and helping people tickets and and really i was always met the days i that's one of my fondest memories let's get some let's get some thoughts and nick i always rely on you for international purposes however you've been covering all the lead ups so you know your opinions can go far beyond the the euro's but from an introductory stand point some of the horses this year that that are are kind of new and of course we had not a bayton switch but magical and up disappearing at the last minute and it was frustrating because she was ready to the sun aim she'd have been the marquee name as she'd been here given i welsh around last year and the season she's hiding she went on champions are champions weekend but she's not so on we go there isn't not substan- aim if you'd like to to hang the european challenge on but it scott some debt and there are plenty of hoses who legitimate i think probably the most interesting pair of horses is old persian and anthony van dyck see whether they can whether they can let down to bricks and mortar on the on the turf in the mile and a half race and whether they can expose any shortcomings in in bricks and mortar stamina i don't if you saw the clip on on twitter of me accosting chad yesterday it was a good natured exchange i said to my overcomplicating it he said you always complicate everything i think the the influence i was supposed to draw was that breaks it was just a good horse and i i think he'd be impervious to distance but i i think there's a dealer confidence in the ballydoyle camper van dyken can step up i think you'll have to step up a bit even though he's won a dobby and finish that in an irish champion stakes i think he needs another little step foot but they seem to think he's had the perfect preparation and he's by no means an afterthought they've had this race lined up for him since the summer and that always when we get to this juncture very often we've talked about horses that at the last set again they said oh let's go and and those horses invariably don't run well exactly so it's it's great that he's he ain't going great record in the race he's probably comparable to one one or two of his winners atn equivalent stage of their career he's he's legitimate and i can't seem finishing out of the out of the front path really i said to michelle when i was chatting to a yesterday on on the TV gee breakfast show and i'll say it again if old persian doesn't get any love from the batter's he's probably worth passing because on his full from your last year and his form for made on earlier this year a mile and a half on firm turf he's a he's a very good host but he does need to take a leap forward from the canadian run which was just okay even though he won the triple digit bar though did he not a one can rier you can run fast but just there wasn't much depth to the race fair enough for the work that i want to bring up to is a lou neck the ville de mar hicks runner because if desert encounter doesn't make that spectacular run at woodbine doesn't doesn't he show up here with a little bit of a little i'm chad i'm chairman of the desert encounter fan club only only a really ardent admirer of his exploits think he would have any kind of a show in anna breeders cup too so i think he's a show plan alaniz maybe he's honest horse who has proven that he's effective in north america but i think that's about us boulder cases i can make fair enough at an eugene you sort of perked up at the mention of his name all right yeah i actually agree with nick on the on the breeders cup turf but i just saw time christmas go past this morning on friday i think that's pretty amend as a bit of a lottery that race and they're coming down the hill and you want to get a good break and be drawn well and and get on with proceedings but the europeans quite well drawn in that race seems to be quite a few in with chances is one that's really so stamped his authority on the five furlongs sprint division at home it's a nice little horse his knee and actually when you see him go past he's not going to take the i really but i think he could be quite interesting and he's in a good spot there archie watson does really well with his juvenile he's bringing over a runner and band practice i think it's been joined in two so you'd expect him to had to be sharp and out and and another one with a with a chance but i think the juvenile houses some sometimes the race is that europeans can can occasionally pinch on the turf and there's a few interesting ones this year lucky though that with it being it's a different this year because this is only the second year of the juvenile turf sprint they had but they didn't it wasn't consecrated until she was able to race on the on the go a bit but having it around the band i think that the wesley horses have the advantage of their speed they out of the gate they get that position on the turn and then while you know it's it's game over it's not what you know the european i used to i think camario win if she breaks she's i know that's the that's the if i honestly think she's she couldn't it took a role of keeneland didn't that it took a rule of the stretch kaitlyn and then they're not gonna come back here i don't think we saw last year pledges hose just came out and blasted a multiple that was a different type of course it was it was i guess but i i don't know i think she wins if she breaks success good chances we'll drive drive yeah it's interesting they've taken a ali to wolverhampton to try and chain around the bend and get used to that because you know they you say they all going to encounter different different conditions today sir friday and they've only been running on the straight it's tough five gallons they've had to practice changing awesome getting out quickly and coming around a bend if you were there's there's one thing that unites ceos like a ali in the juvenile turf sprint and a host like anthony van dyke in turf is that this fixture has been on the top of their agenda since the summer so you're talking about hostess who are being specifically targeted at the breeders cup there's to die yet would be another one in the long race for fillies on the turf the to your own race on the tough and raja verion before she even one and finish second on an island in the moya he was saying i want to go to california with an east had some success with osa finishing placed in breeders cup races before they they have three hoses who have been typically targeted at this fixture right from the word go this year
"moya" Discussed on Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
"It's really when I was first approached to write the book, I said, no, because I don't have any formal business training. I didn't go to university. I just sort of built Ayden a putting one foot in front of the other and working it out as I waited too long sort of thing. And I, I didn't think I had any business writing a business book because who the hell am I right? And then my now agent who was the one who originally reached out to me to write the book. She said to be just tell you story to great story. And then I. Started to think about it, and I thought, well, there is that underlying message in the book at the time thinking about what the book could bay with my story that if I can do is anyone can do it. You don't need to have all the answers before you start a business. I, I joke and say literally for the two we probably got to thirty million dollars in revenue. It was just hard work commonsense and Google. That got me there. I didn't know what the hell is doing. I was just working it out on the fly. So I really wrote the book because I'm very average person. And everybody says, oh, yes, I'm not. No. You only. Think that because I've accomplished what I've accomplished. If you met me before I'd started I had an tonight, and it was just an idea you'd be like, yes. She's outreach. Right. So I just really wanted other people that would doubting themselves. That have an idea and don't think going to be able to do it. Because they, they don't know how to do it from the get-go will read this book and really take away from it. The wow, if she can do it then. So can I totally. That's why feel about my company 'cause I started with no experience. I didn't go to college there. I started my fifth floor walkup brought, you know, the odds were probably ninety nine percent that I wouldn't make it correct. And that was another thing. I talk about that very, it's a very honest Roebuck. Yep. Towards an old book. And I thought if I'm going to write this, I'm gonna put myself way out there, totally thing. And I talk about that in the book that one of the pivotal moments for me when I started, and I was making pace with failure, and that statistically, who is way more chance of me doing this in filing than ever. Turning it into a hundred million dollar global business? And as soon as I sort of made pace with that, and went an internalized that I would rather try and fail, then not try because I was scared of failure. It was very freeing. And I'm sure you probably had similar moments through your journey. Yep way. You're going what the hell am I doing trying to run a Bs? I still have that every. Well, at least you're still running yours. Oh man. We've had our where we almost haven't so Ryan. Yeah. And that's the thing. And I don't think founders talk about that stuff enough, which is why again, on put myself way out there, people say to me in interviews, will since moving on from anchor. No, I didn't move on. I was five I was kicked to the curb. And I think that succumbed, the nation of an acute layaway that there are a lot of paper with I hear that I was fired from my own company that I founded that I really stuffed up that's just way, people go. Well, she wouldn't have pained fight if she didn't write. Screw up right? But I'm confident enough in myself to know that I know the truth. So people can think whatever they want, and I do think that there's a lot of shame around the onus stick was what's happened to me happens to a lot of founders. Allot it's just people don't wanna talk about it. So I kind of feel it's my Judy to be the person out. The waving the flag that this is actually very common. It's so common. And I think I agree with you. There is the shame part of it. But, like I think it's like other aspects that women are now beginning to talk about whether it's you know, I've e f for miscarriage, right lying. There's nothing to be ashamed of but. It happens to lots of people and you make one wrong decision. You get with the wrong partner in that can happen to you as you said overnight. Exactly. And I wrote an article for fast company, and in this article, I think I just called it the things I wish I'd asked before I sold the controlling interest in my business. And the one question that I've sort of bayton myself up about that. I wish I had a vast along without those, but the Lovie question that I didn't ask when I was selling. My business was how many founders have you replaced out of your portfolio companies, and how quickly did you replace them? If I head of asked that one question, because my the private equity company, that fired me that ended up bad relationship, they've replaced, most of the founders, the private equity firm that was my. I private equity firm, Seidler equity partners fainting business over twenty eight years and has only ever replaced. One founder out of all of their private equity out of all of portfolio companies very telling right? Right. And get a didn't ask that question, and it would have changed the path completely, right? Wow. So in addition to writing the book, you said, I'm gonna launch moonshine. Can we talk about that, that is a very like, when you think there's going to be like a pivot, that is a pivot swaddled navy's? And mountains of we'd do we did toy with the tagline from babies to booze and anyone who is a mother of multiple children, and working understands that, that's very natural progression. Definitely was for me. Actually, the moonshine was not my idea. Okay. It was my partner, who was the COO Vaden a knife, many years. I met him years ago at the economist. And so he was with me for most of my in Nigeria ni and he came to me. It was probably about threes ago, said rags of got out next business idea at Nankai, what is it? He said, we're gonna make moonshine you cry. And I said, isn't that the people with no teeth where overalls and make it in bath tubs? And he said, well, yeah, there is that, but what he pointed out was that it was a very unsaturated decapa gory in a very big industry, and that there was nobody doing anything new in different with it. And then when he sort of said that I thought about it, and when okay, well, if you can sort of turn the perception of moonshine on its and create a moonshine that people actually would enjoy sipping over ice, rather than just shooting to get smashed than you could disrupt the category and do something different. So that's what we set out to create a very premium moonshine that you find in five star BAAs and risk Johnson in the cool cocktail bars and just sort of introducing it to a home. Oh, new audience of people, and we've only been on the market since my one, and very happy to report where already in John, George restaurants. And we're on the cocktail menu, Ed employs, only which for people who like a cocktail. No that, that's one of the best tile vas in New York City. So with its, I'm back in the trenches walking the streets of New York City, with my bottles of moonshine asking people to buy it. So I'm way back in the trenches. But having a lot of fun, building something from nothing again. Yeah. I think that I figured out in with Rebecca Minkoff, and then now female founder, collective, there's a joy of by the way. Congratulations. Thank you. There's it's fun to go back into the trenches again and build something from scratch. I think that's what that's what's great and sickening about the whole entrepreneur journey. And I've been I've been criticized for being honest about that for being honest about the fact that I much prefer being at the beginning in the trenches and building and innovating and being in the Wade's, then I do running a hundred million dollar business. And I, I never jumped out of bed to, to do that. When an I got bigger because it was just a, you would just dealing with all the crap Ilie, right? Whereas when you starting something, you really you building it, and I get a lot of joy out of that totally. It's like the difference of building a house, or or just living in one row. Exactly. Great analogy. So what are some of the lessons, if you can share like to ask two questions at the end of my interviews like something we'd be surprised to know about you? Embarrassing. Good bad, not. Harassing just shocking. And then lessons you've learned that might help our listeners with something they're going through. Okay. Well, I say people who know me know this that I do drink too much 'em pain. Define what too much is I don't need a special occasion to drink champagne eighties in my one fridge at home, and I will go home and open a bottle and cut as early finish a ball of champagne at the end of the day leftist. I really do too much of it, but I'm sure I'm judge for that by some people, but it works for me. I also get a lot of joy out of saying, PayPal full down or run into doors and things like that. Just a random thing, but oh my gosh. I really do find that. So funny. So that and then sort of on a more serious level. I think the fact that I'm actually an introversion and I really hate putting myself out there. Wow. Yes. That is very, I'm I am surprised to know that because you don't come off yet internally I'm dying when I have to do this stuff, and the spotlight's on me. So I'm most definitely an introvert that's just a really good actress impressed. And then the second question, just anything you've learned that you wanna pass onto my listeners of a lesson, or great advice. I would say from a business perspective, just be very careful if you ever get to the point where you can contemplating selling them controlling interest in your own business. Do you research at ask the right questions and dare I say? Unless you selling it to side equity, who I would watch for every single day and have sent a lot of my entrepeneurship goal friends, they away and the very happy with them as partners is if you are still very passionate about running, you'll business and you still feel strongly about it being your vision. Don't don't sell the controlling interest. Just don't do it. You know that way. They then you know you completely safe totally and where can we get your book? The bulk is you can just go to Reagan Moya joins dot com and more. Importantly, for those people who'd like to try premium moonshine..
"moya" Discussed on The Mindvalley Podcast with Vishen Lakhiani
"So this woman is about to do. Second time she has some brilliant insights on what it takes to get there. And we are so excited, and I'm so thrilled to welcome onto the mind body podcast. Reagan Moya Jones Reagan. How're you on great? Thank you for having maybe shed. So let's not with your background story, because it started in two thousand three with a pregnancy. It did while the business. They ideas for the business started in two thousand and three when I had my first of my four daughters, the I and the namesake of the company and I went looking for blanket. It was very common Beckham ministry, Lear and to my surprise. Nobody had ever heard of this fabric in America, and I thought every Ozzy can't have this wrong, and if I introduced it to American parents, they would respond to it the same way, Australian story because when you had a baby in a strategy used ten of these blankets today because they multi-purpose blankets. Muslim is essentially breathable cotton fabric, right? Yes. Muslim is the actual wave. It's got nothing to do with the actual yard. So for all intents and purposes, Muslim was just an open gauzy fabric. That was primarily made out of cotton. Yes, I see him. So you inntroduced this to the United States, that's rise. They'd never heard of it here end. Interestingly nowhere else in the world either. So seems to be unique to a stroller as a product that we used without babies, and then that let the rest of the world for me to introduce the product that is amazing in reading on your website right now. Muslim originated in Bangladesh during the middle ages. It did. Yes. So you went on to start this massive company, I believe it was doing a hundred million in sales. That's was that journey light not every mum over newborn comes up with an idea for their baby. Into as it into a massive business. What was that journey like I'd love to know your insights and how this started? Well, I think the having reflected on it now, I always had Dion trooper neuro, bogging me, I just didn't realize that that's what it was. But I always sort of wanted to do my own thing. I didn't particularly like working other people, and I wanted to be the master of my own destiny. So I had had many business ideas over the years. But none of them really seemed viable on the thought about them, and so eight hundred nine and primarily the Muslim blankets with a first business idea. I had that I actually thought was viable, and that I could scale and do something with it. So let's talk about that journey for a moment. How did you get started? How did you build up, first website, get the first product going? What was that, like us? It's. Always the starting bit. That's the hardest part. What would be or vice for people who are in a similar situation in short? You have an idea for a product that, you know the market needs. You don't see it being available. What's the first few things you do? Well, I think the biggest mistake people make his they have an idea. And because they don't know how to move forward with the idea. They often don't actually act on it. So I think that's the biggest issue. When I tell you, I knew nothing about manufacturing product. I had no business background. My background was always CEOs. I had been in sales between as I had no idea what always doing when I started tonight and I say this, honestly for the first probably four or five years of age today. The company was built on hard work, primarily common sense and Google. I was just worked at out is always going along. I really did. Didn't have a clue. I never worked with China. I'd never manufactured anything. I'd never run a supply chain. I'd never done finance. None of those things I just told myself as I went along. That's an important. I listen with Google if you think about what we have access to today. The average consumer today with Google and a smartphone has access to more information in the president of America had in nineteen ninety six that the actual vote by Peter demands. And so if you have an idea you have more information than Bill Clinton had when he was president and surely something you can do with that power. That's amazing. Never heard that statistic..
"moya" Discussed on KTRH
"Says Moya's father is struggling to accept what happened right now is too much is too early for him console. And honestly, I would prefer that he got himself together before he came and listened to the details of this case new surveillance footage shows dairy invents and Molina walking up to his apartment before she disappeared. Bentsen's lay. Later shown leaving without the girl holding a laundry basket garbage bag he's charged with evidence tampering. But today the judge reduced his bond from a million dollars down to forty five thousand the danger zone from Friday's barge collision in the Houston ship channel near Galveston bays now covering a wider area. Residents of Kemah. Seabrook clearly shores backlift insanely owner being told to stay away from the water and not do any fishing coastguard is investigating the collision of the seven hundred fifty five foot tanker and a tugboat that was pushing to barges about nine thousand barrels of gasoline blend spilled into the water from one of those barges coastguard responding after reports of to float planes carrying cruise passengers collided in mid air over southeastern Alaska Coast Guard Petty officer, John Paul Rio saying they're focused on the search and rescue have three people that were still searching for and then we have three people that were reported as deceased and the coast guard has since found ten people who are now receiving medical care. The cruise line Princess Cruises confirms one. One of the pilots and four passengers inside the plane were killed in that crash KTAR h news time ten three. A former star pitcher for the Texas Rangers and other teams made his first quarter appearance in Texas on child sex abuse charges. John wetland appeared in a courtroom in Denton county, Texas, Monday, his first time in court since being charged with aggravated sexual assault of a child earlier this year while wetland did not enter a plea. His attorney Derek Adam tells the Dallas Morning News that the former major league pitcher will plead not guilty. We'll see the case for jury trial. And we look forward to the opportunity.
John Baini - TruePillars
"Hello and welcome to the latest episode of the Senate in leadership podcast, Muslims Julian Calcio in Kaif Anderson engine group and very happy to once again, bring you another episode where I speak with John Benny, who is this CEO of troop pills? I think you'll find these interview. Interesting for couple reasons. I is that John Jay's is ladyship janey as he's gone through a range of different rows in the banking sector. And I think one of the k. messages for males, I was where he speaks about racing what it's like to be a later in a very large organization. We have a lot of resources and what it's like to be a later in in a smaller organization where you need to be more resourceful as opposed to relying on racehorses. So once a game would love to hear what you think happy listening. Welcome to the Senate in leadership podcast. With Julian cow, Julian speaks with leaders from around strategy to bring you their leadership story and share their insights about being later to further help you build your leadership capability, Julian chess zone, insights about leadership and the tools and techniques he uses as a leader. Welcome. John t the Sinjin lady. She podcast really appreciate taking the time to be pilot so that the listeners can never been of a sense of that who you are and where can you share just a little bit about yourself, please? Appreciate the the volatility while side of the fan, say out of a business coat truly pillars where to sodded mock apply said that operates or more one saw Ampy's involves lending money to small, medium sized businesses. I'm walking banquet. I recall is businesses to put out property securities. I would traumas feel a gap way, pay whom I've already mortgage that hassle or have put all that money into it be assigned a has to put out on the other side. Everytime we approve the lines of business wail for it to a pool of investors. Closing in on a bad fans in deterrent to invest is now who pulled together on found h limelight 'prave. So I would nine down Mary disrespect. The reason nine is a Fien take. It's a bit of a knee time that combines a traditional financial business with technology that allows us to Talita these shooting match online. We're up to twelve employees using typing. Now we started back in the Dole's just dive to ease guy. Dumb familiar personally out of twelve following that report shortly to me. And so is there an interesting fact about three pillars tight you can shave with the listeners yesterday's side. Interesting fact as that unite wearing the small to your Australian business, we actually have shared how it is in sixty countries and that's because I'll spend Fitch hunk of Mullah Correa light say he's and walk start ups when you very fist rising money, a love. It is from friends family, and it just happened that the the friends all made along the half. Hofland places. I, we've got shareholders implies law, no ally and grace in the US I. That's a. I think for less Molavi piece. Absolutely. I want to take you back all the way back to your very first lady. She bro. Are you able to share with the listens a little bit more about what that was? Yep. Most born in Melvin, but I'll moved to London at a pretty young, edgy Moi, meet twenties, and it's hard by Royal back Scotland, which is one of the big vaccine in the UK and office rawal going into. They was as what like Hola according to write to, and also keeping a pool of folly out with latch culprit clots. I much really was to eat track between San. You've had fled, Nicole Pratt, and will pass it back that I were dealing with. Yeah, I had at the time as we want to recruit poll, put office one side. That's why so think of it as Moya the festively sheet route. 'cause Banking's quad interesting twilight long time just reporting someone in is it's harm you physically should wait. You actually get into. So that was that's my first one. In the Kenya at you. Remember any of them stakes you with your with your tape. Yeah, I think the house part of my transition because by that stage of spend assign you a fall. Ease of will is waiting for someone else. It's actually really hot too, too late had to use a tape and delegation to stop him, come naturally. It'll
"moya" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"You set to the second delay may through the end of the game I definitely. Want to hear from you because. You are hardcore baseball fan and user stadium Vatian sitting through the game tonight six five one nine nine nine hundred two six one. Eight six six nine nine nine two two six Texas eight one eight seven we'd love to hear from you Gordon. The twins game twins get six runs eleven hits no heirs Nyman left on base well the royals at four, runs on ten, hits. Nowheres six been left on base Gabriel Moya gets the win his first. Major league win with the Minnesota Twins he's no one on the year Brian Flynn takes the loss. For the Kansas. City Royals. He is two and three on. The, season Fernando Rodney King and got to save his twenty third of the year The for the twins This game was moving right along for the first couple of days till the rains came and Jake I was, really curious see how, you pitch tonight because what she pitch he's outings. Where he looks very good very sharp at times and there are times, where he, tends to struggle once you get through the second time. In the order trickiest pitches tonight first inning he threw twenty seven pitches the of any runs it although second any little better only through twelve pitches no runs given up third-inning y'all little trouble through, twenty two pitches and give a home, run Salvador Perez. And when the, race came the fourth inning he turned fourteen pitches sales pitch coast seventy five pitches so most likely if the. Rain would not have happened or Torrisi. Plywood and poll with about fifty or so. Mingas bullpen game and that's. What happened with the rain and I got to see the twins bullpen did a fantastic job tonight I came in through an idiot and. Two-thirds well you four hits and two runs. With two of those earned Trevor, made, his second appearance of the year. And he looked pretty, sharp too he pitched. One inning, one hit struggle three trivia. Hildenbrand pitch the seventh inning he give one hit, struck a two people Taylor Rogers put the solid eighth inning Give no. Hits struggle, to Farrand Rodney pitch tonight Getting no hits and one strikeout so twits bullpen looking very good right there and really intrigued by Trevor may, there because with Ryan Presley going down to Houston Trevor may is a chance. To take that spot in the bullpen right there I mean. May I know came in as a starter he's been started before. And he'll probably another crack stereotype but coming. Off Tommy John surgery may feel comfortable bullpen and I think it's a good. Place for right now you. Don't want to overuse. The guy would has a. Picture of the year and a half you want to gradually bring him. Back in you are easing. Back into everything and I like the way may look, tonight I thought the twins bullpen did..
14-year-old Millie Bobby Brown and her boyfriend break up
"Well the the polling shows that cats versus dogs who was like more I was not correct An Associated Press poll reveals. That, more people like dogs than cats typical coming from a cat owner. To lie about things I was. I just I thought I had. Seen a survey that said that. There were more. People in the US I was. Wrong I was not lying. About anything I admit that I was wrong I often wrong he's a. Member, of the cat deep state, is trying to he's trying to deceive in a, survey of just. Under two thousand people fifty nine percent who, were owners seventy four percents said they liked dogs a lot but. Only forty one percent said the same thing about cats The people. Surveyed explained their opinions with. Comments such as dogs are more loyal cats only care about themselves dogs. Want, to please their owners cats, are thousand times smarter than dogs some people would, say so those. Are their opinions I will tell you this Oh Wisconsin man has had to, have all of his limbs, amputated when he contracted a rare. Blood infection from his pet. Dog saliva Greg men, to fuel thought he had the flu went to. The hospital last month, only to find that his. Body was being ravaged by Cap. No Koto Faiza captain Cousteau phase yeah sounds bad Canada Motorola's type of bacteria found in the saliva of dogs It can vary in. Canada, very rare cases. Enter the bloodstream through the licks or bites of dogs So that whole thing about how. Your dog's mouth is cleaner the it's not it hit him with a vengeance. Bruising all over, him he looked like somebody had beat him with a baseball bat at his wife within a. Week doctors told them I, told him that, they had to cut off his legs as the disease Which caused the forty. Eight year old man's blood pressure to plummet and the circulation in, his limbs to dramatically decrease sometimes it decreases so much with the. Arms and legs just die doctors were had to take off portions of his. Hands than half, of both forearms this was all because of a bacteria that lives in the saliva of dogs Cancer Do you let your dog lick? You, yes I my, cats like, to lick. One of them does. And I I can't. I can't stand it I won't have it you just. Don't, like to be touched by. Any creature no that's not true at? All Rave contact, you do, yes but. Your cats tones are. Not soft they are. Very rough like sandpaper and the damn thing wants to? Lick, my arm all the time Would you where did kitty cats tongues You. Weren't, such a. Cat lover I am no I am I'm just. Unlovely as to why you have dogs SU SU does not wanna have cats because they. Inevitably get away and get run over They they reasoning it because they. Get run. Old they get, run over because she doesn't. Live with them I've never I've. Never had a cat that's gotten gotten away and, gotten run over I've had dogs that have, gotten run over, we'll, see we have the we have the dog doors so the dogs? On the, backyard and that means, that if we had a cat it would go out and you're and become you know you? You would. You, have cats. A cat with your dogs if you could I. Mean maybe because I mean there are people who both in the house and like that I'm sorry to report that, Millie Bobby Brown has split. Up with her boyfriend I a. Boyfriend anyway no she's not Millie Bobby Brown and, the announced Tuesday that she and her singer, boyfriend Jacob Satorius, have, split up the decision with Jacob that would be Jacob meet Millie? Too young, to know we're completely, neutral the fourteen year old Acura Moya she is to you Fourteen yes that's what I'm saying she's a little kid well they grow up so fast don't they in. Hollywood as scooters flood the streets of Salt Lake City. Leaders are now voicing concern over, laws in safety if you walk the streets. Of Salt Lake you've. Probably, notice them I, saw one of these things and I said I'm going to see, if I can make it around the block said. One resident who joked how easy, it was to use. In his fifties why he's fifty years old and he used it back Good for him Your. Old her. Hands so. Nice he's brave You know what he's, kind of. A cool I? Knew right, that they. Were like twenty right I guess let's see I don't think that the communication from scooter ride the scooter user has been very good in terms of what has been expected, of them or what is expected of them. Said Christian, Harrison with Salt Lake community council for example the law is. You're not allowed? To bicycle on sidewalks downtown So where does. That leave scooters that go faster than bicycles it's, a question that even Salt Lake, police admit that they don't know all the answers to partly because it's a. New issue in the city. Hasn't really dealt with it completely Mr Harrison claims that Salt Lake is allowed three times the volume of scooters and bikes on. The, streets. Than major. Metropolitan cities like Chicago we're trying to be open minded and flexible says John Larson Salt Lake's. Transportation director. But, the city going to do monthly checkups on how the companies are operating I think it'd. Be interesting. It will be interesting to do monthly statistics on who's been mowed. Down while riding a scooter or who's fallen off the, scooter yes Dylan all right so bring your. Helmet. To work, tomorrow tomorrow. After the show or maybe Friday after the show all right Gina carry you guys bring your helmet young enough to try this to ever wants to come we're gonna we're, gonna take a camera where to go out. Here on, Broadway we're gonna put you on a scooter and that goes So. Bring kneepads helmet whatever you think now th- guard guard shin guard. Site I'm going to wear my Cup, yeah for sure Don't you, wear that everyday, yeah yeah they do I'll wear. My, dance belt All right Donald Trump At, a. Rally in. Tampa Florida Said voter, voter ID. Cards we need voter ID cards you have to. Have an, ID, card for everything he said well if you even if, you go out to buy groceries you. Need a picture on the card you need an ID, card You go out and, you, want to buy anything you need to have an ID and bring your picture buy, groceries, you, need to. Have an ID, card wrong. Why didn't they turn to each other and go. Talking about, you, don't know they they cheer him like yes this country, is the laughing stock of the world. Because of our immigration policy President trump Also Ragged on or complained about fake news and and polls fake. Polls there all kinds of fake. Polls you shouldn't believe the polls polls are, fake and then he went on to talk about how well he's. Doing Just stand there and cheer and.
"moya" Discussed on The RFK Tapes
"Trauma and hypnosis moya expertise wasn't how when does non suggestive interviewing dr brown began meeting with han in two thousand eight i i did free recall tell me what happened anything else you remember and then and then and then and then if he says something i would say exactly what he said back earlier in the interview said this tell me more about that so you never introduce any new elements which could be potentially suggestive i did that for many sessions tell me what happened anything else remember and then then what was remarkable to me is that he didn't have a personality disorder he didn't have a trauma related to soda although he went through a traumatic experience when he lived in the west bend israeli jet planes bombed the west bank in his mother sent him to the well to fetch a bucket of water and he pulled a bucket of water up and there was a severed hand in the bucket tell me more about seventy asked him to tell me at some length about his sister who died of leukemia several years before the assassination because those verifiable memories and we could see what he could remember back system pushes open that situation so there was quite a contrast between the amount of detail can remember about his sister's illness and dying and the night of the assassination which he remembered almost no details for so that struck me later in the number of interviews over the years i used hypnosis and but have to say that he sir is one of the most hypnotize i've ever met dan just quietly talked to sir how in very soothing voice counts down in mixing i know sir hams is rolling back in his head in his head made a jerking motion and then he's under.
"moya" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"To you by bristol county savings bank and pedro moya that coit co chair of the development committee of young voices joins us here tonight pedro thank you for joining us cdrom daughter so why don't you tell us a little bit about young voices for those out there listening who may not know but you guys are all about totally so youngest is youth development organization which basically empowers us to become confidence civic leaders and advocates in our communities it basically helps us spread our voice in places where it might not be hers to schools in our communities and it truly just makes us have a space in which we can not only develop ourselves as leaders but also develop others as well and i've had different opportunities such as being on the youth advisory of the superintendent providence and on occasion commissioner as well as having an internship the summer closer community bank which was amazing and it's just a overall gray space where you can also create many family bonds and and you know do create skills such as networking and also speaking out and overall just becoming something or someone more confident than you would at a later stage of life three one pitch from smith is lined by bruce caldwell off the glove of a lunging adam linda trickles in the right field so it'll be a leadoff base it here in the fourth inning for bruce caldwell to begin the scranton half of the frame so pedro what made you specifically want to get involved with young voices well for me i had heard about your voices six seven years ago but i never paid much attention i was usually the kitchen the back you know the usual kid never paying attention to many things until someone told me about your voices it was actually my brother and he told me to continue going and i did for a while and through this i learned that i myself couldn't grow if it weren't with the help of others and because of this and because the need that i that i knew i needed to have to grow myself as person i continued going and i have accomplish many things spent the count on zach sane or the left fielder with scranton batting in the top of the fourth inning and the pawsox leading two to one josh smith on and relief of drew pomeranz the two oh is a pitch down in a way and in the dirt count goes to three now pedro i know that with young voices a lot of times it's in some of the low income areas in oftentimes it's children of immigrants or immigrants themselves that get involved can you explain kind of the reach of young voice is and what the the group's been like so far totally so young actually spends seven different locations poor pawtucket cranston providence we have four different locations in providence.
Canada lists all the U.S. goods targeted for tariffs
"And recover from those traumatic events it is the first major heat wave of the summer and it's expected to stick around for much of the week patrick burke says it's extending from the midwest to the east coast so real marker of this particular heatwave is the moisture i and so that's really bumping up the heat indices into that hundred and five hundred and ten degree range southeast michigan is under an excessive heat warning today from noon until midnight numerous vigils were held in an apples maryland to remember the five murdered employees of the capital gazette newspaper among those in attendance rachel pa kella a reporter who survived the bloodbath slipped over my own feet hit my face very hard against the door frame and the door in depth being barricaded anyway the thirty eight year old man accused of the shootings remains in custody jared ramoche at a long running feud with the newspaper investigators in huntsville texas say x sports dr larry nassar and a former trainer have been charged with sexual abuse as a result of an investigation involving an elite gymnastics facility walker county prosecutor stephanie stroud added that no charges have been filed against bella and martha karolyi the owners of the facility in no way means that there was no wrongdoing at the ranch or within the ranks of usa g it is our belief that there was a total failure by usa to protect the athletes that were part of their program and to take appropriate action once they were made aware of dr nassar's accents a former trainer debbie van horn was charged with one count of sexual assault canada has finalized billions of dollars of tariffs on us goods in response to president trump's tariffs on canadian steel and aluminum list of items released friday include specific items like whiskey lawnmowers and yogurt bbc reporter jessica massey's in toronto and has details terroristic canada along with the european union and mexico announced in may so they're really finalizing these tariffs six point six billion worse really dollar for dollar in response to those imposed by the united states on steel and aluminum the canadian tariffs are set to take affect on july first andres of marketers are scheduled today to protest the trump administration zero tolerance policy of prosecuting immigrants who enter the country illegally pillar moya of latinos united of long island is helping organize the march in new york state moya said she hopes to marches send a message of solidarity with detained immigrants i will tell them that they are not alone that they have thousands if not ten thousands of hundreds off people who love them who care for them and the we want to welcome them with open arms protesters say federal agents should immediately reunite children who have been separated from their parents at the border w w j news time six thirty seven up next we have an update of traffic and weather to we're serving up.
Senate, Sarah and Murder discussed on Nightside with Dan Rea
"Hour president trump meets for an hour tonight on capitol hill with house republicans the subject immigration president trump sounded optimistic about immigration reform when he walked out of his meeting with house republicans the laws had been broken for many years decades but we had a great meeting for white house says the president endorsed two gop immigration bills that tackle border wall funding the be the lottery an immigrant family separations but the pieces of legislation don't have the needed support in the senate kenneth moton abc news the capitol civil rights attorneys file a federal lawsuit accusing bristol county sheriff tom hodgson unlawfully detaining an immigrant for nearly three weeks they allege the sheriff's refusal to free moya assists ribas violated state law hodgson claims the lawsuit as completely false and unethical a boston federal court jury continues deliberations tomorrow in the murder trial of mobster cadillac frank salami and an associate they did not reach a verdict after getting the case today the two defendants denied the accusation there accused in the killing of restaurant owner stephen to sarah in nineteen ninetythree to sorrows family releasing a statement today saying however gruesome.
"moya" Discussed on Sounds Good with Branden Harvey
"It's delicious and do yourself a favor in order shuns book meaningful work wherever you buy books it's a plan that i'm planning on definitely rereading again in the future if you need to sound good we would love for you to stick around you also love my conversation with yonathan moya or my conversation with hip hop artist propaganda both of these incredible individuals have used their vocation to meet a deep need that they've seen our world and really practical ways you can buy both of these episodes more than one hundred other episodes by searching for sounds good where ever you listen to podcasts this podcast is created by me brennan harvey is a part of good good good a community that believes in the power of celebrating good news and becoming good news chad medical safely and the team at siham studio at it makes this show a christie karen brock offers production support you get lots more hopeful stories on social media by following us every where at good good good see as our team could good gears up for creating our first issue of year two of the good news paper we've made all of your one issues available for purchase online and the stories until we provide are designed to leave you feeling less overwhelmed and more capable of being a part of the good in the world so go and check out some past issues if you haven't gotten them already and see what else we do a good good good visiting us at good good good dot c and on that note that is a rapper this week's episode make a point to remember shawn's words this week that we create more sustainable change in good on smaller scales that are deeply rooted is important to disregard this whole thing.
British regulators to fine Barclays CEO, monitor whistleblowing program
"A treatment will not be easy the chief executive of barclays is to pay a fine for breaking conduct rules it follows a lengthy investigation by two city under watchdogs the financial conduct authority and the prudential regulation authority into jeff staley's attempts to unmask an internal whistleblower mr staley escaped further sanctions and retains the backing of the barclays board as does she need avid reports just data admitted using barclays internal security team to track down a member of staff had made allegations about a longtime associate whom he'd recruited to the bank the fair and the investigation that followed have cast a long shadow of mr status reputation this city watchdogs ruled that mr stele breached a rule requiring executives to act with juice skill care and diligence and proposed that he pay a penalty however they did not find him unfit to continuous barclays ceo mr status board has reaffirmed that it remains confident in his abilities and recommends his reelection at the forthcoming annual general meeting the chief executive of royal mail moya greene is to retire in september with a package of around a million pounds after more than eight years in the job was green oversaw the privatization of royal mail in two thousand thirteen she'll be replaced by rico back executive at royal mail german police are evacuating part of berlin city centre following the discovery what's believed to be a british bomb dropped during the second world war streets and buildings around the city's main railway station are being sealed off the time is ten past eight how did it come to pass that people who arrived in this country is british subjects traveling on their parents passports were decades later being asked to prove their right to be here and being denied access to vital services when they couldn't.
"moya" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Tempts toy dentist by a whistleblower you may recall that happened in two thousand sixteen as for royal mail while moya greene the c years is stepping down in july ceo that's after eight years at the helm she's going to get a payoff of almost a million pounds she's being replaced by rico back more on that later on in the day but back to our main story the advertisers trade body the ip a is asking the electoral commission and the political community from auditorium on micro targeted ads those are the messages aimed at individual social media users based on their data not follows the scandal that's involved facebook in recent weeks where i p as president is serageldin she's also the chief executive of the partnership good morning good morning just take three exactly what you're calling for why well as you say we're calling for a stop to micro targeted political ads online and by that we mean political ads sent very small numbers of people online that can't be seen by anyone else and which then vanish very quickly we're also calling for all political advertising creative work to be listed for public display so that messaging from any party or political group whilst not self regulated is transparent and can be seen by all members of the public and with calling for this as you say following the allegations both sides of the atlantic surrounding cambridge analytica aggregate iq and seo and we think that's necessary due to the absence of selfregulation on political advertising which renders this kind of ephemeral micro targeted political appetizing ogilvy advertising co examined by only overhand proportion turns up on my doorstep my details what's different about a targeted online expertise is advertising and currently digital micro targeting in the political sphere is the most pressing matter for us just political arthur margaret talk to dads wine or that both because their self regulated by the very strict asa at asa codes so believe it or not the you know we don't believe there's anything wrong with those rather annoying slipper upset following you around the internet because you know ads for holidays for clothes or even for.
LONDON BRIEFING: Royal Mail Promotes Internally As Moya Greene Departs
"The add on's are build it yourself cardboard kits with accompanying software they let users transformed switch into things like miniature pianos robot exoskeleton and also some other objects intendo hoping that this will broaden the appeal of the switch beyond hardcore gamers and perhaps down even into the under sixteen crowd you know what they say just give kids at cardboard box intendo shares are up by one point three percent in tokyo will us stocks moved lower after a three day rally for a close up look at what's happening in financial markets here in asia let's get tipple invites doug christner doug all right we had the weakness in tech and that was precipitated by the comments from taiwan semiconductor overnight us time it raised a lot of concern about weak demand for mobile phone ships going forward look at apple shares they were down nearly three percent also had disappointing earnings from procter and gamble and philip morris incidentally the snp consumer staples group was down more than three percent federal regulators are reportedly preparing to find wells fargo about a billion dollars now the washington post says this fine stems from abuses tied to auto insurance and mortgage lending and we have takeda pharmaceuticals in the japanese session down by more than three percent looks like takeda is back to being the only public suitor for shire this is after allergan said during the us session it did not plan to make an offer for shire nikkei two five right now we could by about three tenths of one percent in seoul the kospi is down three tenths of one percent and insignia the asx two hundred is down just about two tenths of one percent during the us session we had long term interest rates moving higher at one point the ten year was trading with a yield of two point nine three percent that boosted a lot of the phoenix financial stocks here in the states but some of the bond proxies and real estate firms were in retreat to get to tokyo now check in with bloomberg's jeff sutherland for the latest on what's happening in japan jeff good morning we did see some data out this morning at eight showed inflation slowed during march with consumer prices excluding food coming in at zero point nine percent after reaching one percent in.
"moya" Discussed on Ear Biscuits
"Um so i did and ended up getting a working for them fulltime effort but it was kinda cool to go for semester and then come back in so for me it wasn't that daunting i didn't have that moment of oh crap now it's the rest of my life do you remember fianna i kinda eased into it i liked working there and they extended exsenator jyle offer i didn't do the koa but i did a summer i did a summer and black and veatch that then led to my jobs i did sorta like a song coop so it's kinda saw transition but i but i think that specifically to i i do think that good advice before i think my first piece of advice is if you're if you're a suit look for something even if you don't get paid or don't get paid much at all to gather some to make connections and to get some experience before you're out there and then i think second of all even if you haven't done that is what do i do after graduating it's like don't think of it like the rest of your life think about it just the next step moya because you know works totally different than it used to i was gonna say specifically for taylor uh because we're were talking about film here is this is very different than engineering like you can't just go off and say i'm gonna do some engineering on the side like you you'd have to be with an outfit or affirm or whatever but as a film major i would expect that taylor you are already creating things have been creating things probably your whole life but one thing that you should be doing if you're not already doing it is you should be very actively pursuing your own projects because you know we live in a place now in it in a time where with a few hundred bucks which pretty much the most people can find a way to make a few hundred bucks by working somewhere you know can get a digital camera and h a very cheap computer or even barra somebody's computer gives some there's free software like you're in a place now where you can probably even use the equipment at your school be creating a lot of stuff because i do is but any creative career like it when people apply for to work the mythical entertainment.
"moya" Discussed on No Agenda
"Now all ears i don't know if i can bow may be accomplish something interesting enough to right uh so the problem is they wanna subpoena email i think it's email records may be from their outlook could dot com service of an individual who is either in europe but certainly that person's data lives in europe and the eu has he's in the united states but the data's in europe that i think that's the key is under the key elements in an okay that makes a lot of sense actually and microsoft said no we're not given at to you because we have to adhere to eu regulations which are very strict about the privacy and this came before the supreme court earlier this week microsoft we this is brad smith of microsoft dini run the exboxer division once known abreast missile he's been the lawyer there our ally to i i've met him while he probably had per briefs very sociable yeah i thought i thought he was the xbox could okay he's the knowing so i be rhyme his possible moya lawyer at microsoft we file this case over for you a grow in 2013 and the day we file that we said that we were prepared to take this case all the way to the supreme court if that's what it took to protect the privacy of our customers around the world here we are today on the steps of the supreme court having made our argument to the nine justices i certainly come out of the courthouse if anything more in court encouraged that when we walk in this morning because in fact i think that what this case makes clear and what this morning has further made clear present we need 21st century laws to protect 21st century technology and i'm not quite sure woodside brad is on when he says that but i think they just wanted they don't want to have to deal with it period.
"moya" Discussed on Channel 33
"All innocent people that were involving nonstop stop involve on these one do you know i i very loyal the cruiser the goes are loyal to me i have complete control over the asking the this created a you know where w what i do how i get it you know i mean it's very rare you know for port of directives will have so much control constantly they like me to remind everyone can and i liked that's interesting i you know you films of all done good business in well liked in just telling people that i'd be speaking of you i was kinda rattling off your psalm agassi and you'd see people kinda get more and more excited the more movie titles that the here but you've been consistent in this kind of need budget i do spires to making a bigger film or something that is on a bigger playing field yeah or my next film is gonna be a big you know and they're an empty for any but i think that you know i will always abdul oroh orpheus mediumrange all these you know i i mean it's a lot of fun yes i mean obviously go to a bigger film you have a bigger sandbox tell you didn't you could could you couldn't can certainly not doing a smaller budget but the smaller filmed the brink and you can be everything they rely spiral to do a little because i we face and i aspire to every done were to be honest you know there's no general that i will touch is reportedly the worries the you'll become known as a guy who does these kinds of movies and then those are the only kinds of scripts that will come across your dusk nor because because as long as i've been a guy that's making movies i'm happy so i don't see a difference between these guys are moving to deny the type of moya's you know uh it's like enough for me making it will be very difficult uh i respect anybody it makes any but.
"moya" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"And and i wonder when it comes to while moya bailey or or some of these others were promoting this misogynist orye idea it is a professional victimhood when they do it on this level if you think i'm wrong i love the history of 300 true four seven eight nine three three five because i opel i'm old opened the door i don't think of it that way you know let's get through a crash in newark hey christmas wreck your on a recall holding the doors the last bastion of courtesy left in our society i guess so yeah like i said i hope there were even my car i got my mother my bodies coming on my taking my dad's somewhere i hold opened the door to gongqi thanks lunch so my buddies mice a jensen dude i can get the doors like okay fine but i always do a truly specially built the word eu massaging the day and oh i are it is messiah weighing dawar it's it's a it's a new antiblack sexism faced by black women win a white man holds the door for her if it aren't black men responsible for the ah awful treatment of black women and hip hop yes and and by the way that slurs and that's that's where it really started with her she was writing and blogging about um the misogyny of hiphop music about women yeah i mean i i don't put into it i don't i certainly would eat consider that kedo but a few mehta you know it's black off rap artists that are responsible for that kind of treatment of they have no known it it it is and if you ever al want.
"moya" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3
"Archie fisher and lindsay from silly reserved to live with john info cunningham at the center of the sound we had mrs marta knowles and the pitting two key fatty men ancilla fischer signed far over the force some of the finest scottish and irish music recorded in the past few decades has sprung for musical families their impact is often strengthened and deepened when we hear family members working together in harmony and instrumental arrangement the voices of the black family at a case in point here with a song they actually picked up from the repertoire of the fisher finally that's will you gang love then listen for the family at the nucleus of planets silent joining moya brennan on vocals for the theme from the movie into the west bono from you too many black takes the lead first here with the black family will he kind of as i can what's i zoo the new gene the i know the lead as i eyes hey.
"moya" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"And tomorrow plenty of sunshine with a light breeze overnight lows upper thirty's too low 40s little bit colder outside the beltway i'm meteorologist ray stagich crumble weather channel on doubled running at right now thirty of beyond thirty seven a germantown forty degrees in washington i'm bill thompson on 1054 nine fm and am six thirty washington's mall wmal now washington moya's on the wall shall at am six thirty good morning happy tuesday wanna know what's coming up on when he was on the mall let me tell you at 705 alec spifer from the daily caller will be with us we get the latest out of the white house are nimitz them fifteen andrew mccarthy for national review is with us 35 susan for retail from the washington examiner it's eight thirty five deep larry kudlow right now on mary walter and this has been we will be bringing back at least i think will be substantially higher but at least four trillion dollars which will immediately be put to work in this country so i think the tax doing very well and i think the republicans are going to be very proud of the has anybody told you you sent to the president and the yes thank you thank you very much thank you very much that's the president of the is of course yesterday brag about how great is tax bills going to be and he should be a little bit more encouraged because yesterday morning he got a yes vote out of senator rand paul or at least the promise of one this is interesting because remember rand paul had come out early and said hey look i if this thing's going to raise taxes on middle class this is what we are voting on and he he didn't he didn't outraged they know but he definitely signalled that he had a lot of caution about the tax plan and the idea that as deductions and you try and simplify the tax brackets may result in more some people paying more in taxes and i'm not fully confident that that hasn't changed exactly i mean i'm there will be people who are subject to potentially under this plan on whatever it ends of being but rand paul now saying that he released the fox news.
"moya" Discussed on WJR 760
"Athens play here seven six wjr yes now the roy more situation the accuser one of the accusers beverley now an on her divorce dismissal moya's assistant del brek about her initials d a name next to a signature stamp that she used for more damp the signature and she put her her name is delbrueck adage to signify that she had stamped the signature wasn't here's the d a in the year book looks like the divorce decree beverley nelson is in this year bug looks like the same thing these other claiming that more sign the year but but in the year book is the same stamp with the d next to it more presided over beverley nilsson's divorce from her husband and 1999 she failed to mention this at the press conference bagged and find a way out uh msnbc you're not now we have a ban on what goes on there so i'm not gonna play the drought me msnbc actually had an info babe reporting on the frank and grope of lien tweeting in the photo on the c seventeen they partsch but growth and they at at msnbc concluded that it wasn't a real grow that he never really touched her it was an act it was it was it was not a real growth their parsing the grope their big big big mistake you people big mistake slate dot com frank should resign immediately that is their headline it slight got oh by the way clear kaskel is now make it a big show of returning thirty grand that she got from franken's pack you know may donate each other's packs in the senate franken's pack sent her campaign had sent her pack thirty granci now giving it back or respecting it somewhere but slate dot com alf frank should resign immediately.
"moya" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"All across america eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six ninety red eye he's eric harley i'm gary mcnamara and number two bang our loyal moya loyal listeners because i woke up yesterday and i already had three or four people email me this article that was out there i just i i i love it i just love our listeners pay so much attention that when they know there's an article that we want when they know there's a new study out there and they want to make sure that we see it a lot of times is because it's something that we brought up before that has knocked out wide broadcast right and this is if you've listened the show for the longest time we've always looked at at the general umbrella of of the whole thing of of climate change and we just dealt with it here a couple of weeks ago was a huge issue and then disappeared the again with aleppo probably won't bring it up for a while because most americans it's not their number one problem it's not their number one concern at all vectis the probably at the bottom of the list as we pointed out so many times over the last eight years but it's to fight the the propaganda that comes from the left because they would love to i have some type of huge carbontax because you'll be able to basically tax anything he he can you can tax air but it's on a gives government the unlimited potential to to to tax manufacturing but what about the truth of it we are told that the scientists have figured out everything with climate change that they know that there's no debate on it that if you don't believe in it that you should be jailed you shouldn't be allowed to speak about it instead of debating it because of it's such a slam dunk just debated make fools at if everybody who is questioning at correct yeah right but then we've gone further and several let's look at their solutions that they have come up with because the solutions for example uh i solution was at than all remember that at that all came out in the nineties has learned with an all ethanol all ethanol al gore got behind up and all of that particular point and set.