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"nikolina" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com
"This segment is designed to showcase the stories of talented and gutsy individuals who had found who wish inbound way to make it happen. They set goals overcame. Obstacles turns epochs into comebacks. Their stories are unique interesting. Most of all inspiring our guest today is the definition of all of that and more she is a world traveler and adventure and a dream her. She has visited over seventy countries. My guess is recently. She's been a little closer to home but in her her adventures and her seeking adventure. She has learned about many life lessons. That would lead to a change in purpose. And i'm guessing. This last year has been a big change. in purpose. nikolina offers an array of classes and healing practices. I could go on and on it was. I was reading more about her. But i'm gonna stop right there and welcome nikolina to our show and let her tell us about her adventure. Move thinking so much. I'm so honored to be here. And yeah just share this story and hope to inspire others just like listen to their heart and follow that that calling. So let's start off with exactly. What does your company do like. What are the services yeah. My work really revolves around helping an activating people to step into their full potential. And it's really about like owning confidence and embodying our full self expression like listening to our intuition and i do a lot of that work through. Different healing modalities. So i use energy healing and movement and just yeah like getting people to open up like shadow work so that we can really focus on what. What's stopping you. I think that's a big part of of you know Of where we where we accept in our own way. There's always like a roadblock that we're not always sure how to get over so So yeah i work with people on like a one on one basis and through the friendly courses and things like that Just to really help like active dot potential and really embody all of themselves like step out of these boxes so much of our upbringing..
Point scores in OT to push Lightning over Blue Jackets 3-2
"Brayden point scored one fifty six into overtime to complete the lightning's three two victory over the blue jackets they have a they took a two one lead on goals by Blake Coleman Matthew Joseph one twenty three apart late in the second period Columbus picked up a point courtesy of Nikolina is power play goal forty seven seconds into the third I have a vast Lasky stopped twenty three shots for the lightning who have outscored their opponents thirteen to five in winning their first three games your is corpus aloe handled thirty four shots for the jackets I'm the ferry
"nikolina" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids
"A sort of unofficial holiday route the. celebrating liberation a slave. In particular, as you started to mention earlier it was the last sort of the people who were impacted every was Galveston Texas, who were violently? Let go. They were informed that they were three. Yeah, so they were informed that they were free. These slaves in Galveston Texas and the people who considered themselves slave owners. This was two and a half years after the emancipation emancipation proclamation, which was supposed to free the slaves, and it was even after the end of the civil war, but for kids living today may be hard to imagine that there was a time when you couldn't get information. At the moment it was happening in fact in a lot of cases as we now know, you couldn't even get information. Within days or weeks, there was no email. There was no internet. There was no TV. and why is it important? And why do you think today? In twenty twenty people are noting June eighteenth, perhaps more than they have been in the pastor, perhaps especially for families who didn't celebrate June eighteenth in the past that this is something that that more Americans are noting. I think it's becoming something because you know it's right before July fourth. Celebration liberty of our country, our freedom, but yet and still have the deepest people who have been here since the country's inception, and who has yet to really experience that feed them, and so I think the idea is to try to remind both the country and our sows that. African Americans people who are descendants of African diaspora in this country are free have been made
"nikolina" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids
"Free, as that is also just as important celebrating You know the country July fourth and what that stands for? All right well, let's get to two more questions about race and racism and we're GONNA as well. Talk about some current events. We're gonNA talk about protests. We have questions about. Why are there protests happening around? The world seems spurred on by something that happened in the United States water, people protesting and we're gonNA talk more deeply about questions of race and racism, and what it means to be antiracist well, let's start with a question from Nanda. I'm five years old and I'm from my shop I. Live in Vermont and my question, what is shaped? says. What is racism? We got this question as well from Tilda who we heard from before who's three and lives in Wisconsin and will in Wisconsin and here's how Elliot frames the same question? I'm sixty years old and calling in from Portland. Maine and my question is what is the difference from race and racism? Carolyn. Could you start off by talking about what racism is? And what's the difference between race and racism? Question Racism is the idea that one race is superior to another and the idea of race. Is that people because of different skin colors are actually part of different groups now. This idea is pretty new in the history of humanity. We've only had this idea of race. As having different groups of people queue hundred years and we're realizing that over time. This idea changes, but that we're actually only one human race, but because of people wanting to. Make. Make good reasons for why they were having some people as slaves and made up this idea of race to say Oh, it's okay for us to enslave persons who are from Africa because of the color of their skin. So it's a it's an unfair concept to begin with but the idea of racism is that. The categories that we still put people in still matter. People still have ideas about whole groups of people just because of the way they look just because of the color of their skins. Let me slow down and ask you to clarify that again. Caroline, because this is something that is a new concept to some adults. In addition to some kids, 'cause you hear about race. You can see that people have different color skin, and and different ways that they look, and you're saying racist kind of a made up concept. What do you mean by that? Yeah, well. All of us have different color of skin. There's something called Melanin that makes our skin colored different, but if you were to look deep down at the DNA of each of our our bodies, each of the tiny cells make up who we are, you can see that we're all a lot more similar than the are different and scientists over a hundred years ago were trying to make the argument that people who have different skin color are different races and they tried looking. Looking at people's heads, sizes, and hair, color and noses in all sorts of things to try to again make this concept of race mix sense, but in actuality nobody can really do that. There's really no difference between people who have different color skin were all the same underneath. It's just the way that we look that is different. We have some other questions coming in. That are similar, so let's go to our callers. Ethan is calling in from burnaby British Columbia High Ethan. I, what's your question? Why are there both black people white people and when you say, why are they're? Both you mean what? What do you mean by that? Why do some people have darker skin and some people have lighter skin? What what are you trying to get at Eton? Yeah why do some people have darker skin on lighter skin? Good question and I'm GonNa pair your question with one from Nick Nikolina. WHO's calling in from Ocean city? New Jersey High Nikolina. You're on the radio. How what's your question? Now. How did we come to have different races? And the world thanks for that question Nikolina. Joy Nikolina and Ethan are both asking about this question. Then of you know. Why do people have different skin colors and caroline was talking a little bit about how we have this idea that people are different races based on their skin colors and sometimes on family background. But but how did this come to be? And why can you talk a little bit about that? People believe it depends on your youth in terms of religion, then an also looks at the history of our world, instead of where people believe civil. began. And then just like we have different cultures, different languages, depending on where you live, the weather is different, and that's my co author talented started to mention. There's melody where you live. Affects us all differently so where you live in the world. How much? all of those things impact. How all?.
"nikolina" Discussed on Bill Cunningham
"Are hurting the black folks in those areas. They're trying to help. Take out the TV's. All the vegetables knocking the Kroger whatever store Amazon Target Apple Tart J., one of my favorite places, and then a few months from now Jesse Jackson's show up and complain about food deserts. It's absurd. I can't imagine. Come nine thirty am tomorrow morning. New, York, Stock Exchange going to be up as indicated at this point, this has to have some impact. Some impact. So, let's continue. Take some calls or go to Nick A. Nikolina, in Quebec. Nikolina back I'm not sure I've had a call from Quebec recently Nikolina in Quebec welcome to the Bill Cunningham show Nikolina. How're you thank you Mr, Cunningham I. Think you're Political viewpoint is absolutely correct about this issue. I'm fine. I WANNA say the situation of the tragedy of Mr George. Floyd reminds me that twenty one years ago in Montreal Quebec Man Anthony, Griffin and African Canadian was taking the taxi home and he was a block from home, and he told the taxi driver looking at the Fi, I'm a few dollars short, and said the taxi drivers saying we'll walk the rest of the way. He took him to station thirteen police station. Where the? Anthony Griffin who was a student, and on weekends was in the Canadian reserves and noble young man, who was not doing anything, final or anything wrong and had no weapons he was about eighteen years old was shot through the head, immediately dead shot directly between his two eyebrows. Officer, gossip and officer gossip said in court. that's his gun went off. Accidentally I've never believed that regardless that the judge found him innocent because to aim that well to get him right between the eyes I. Don't think it was any accident and. Lee there was a candlelit march and a big demonstration on Sherbrooke. Through Notre Dame de Grasse it means Our Lady of Grace Neighborhood in NDTV and to thirteen, and I was in the candlelight parade and the person who's turned around to light. My candle was Anthony Griffin's mother, a registered nurse.
"nikolina" Discussed on Eyes on Conservation Podcast
"To give up on the twenty twenty hiking season the mindset behind us. We stay here. Maybe we have to login a chance to just do parts of the trail like section hike. Some of the trail after rune and Nicolini got off trail on March twenty seventh. A fellow through hiker and her husband reached out with a very generous offer. So yes he was so kind to let us stay here life for free and they actually also cook. Dinner wants to know this is like this. Such nice people So we just been so lucky. Overall of so many people have been reaching out and trying to help off as of people during these times There's so many people talking about how awful everyone is online and that is true if you go onto facebook groups people awful. But I've been so lucky that owning real nice people reaching out to me after hearing about all the contention and nastiness that has spread throughout the long distance hiking community online it was extremely refreshing to hear about the kindness that rune and Nikolina have experienced. Your own family. Here can help you out now because we got here and we had nothing. I mean. We didn't know anyone in new like Committee of the trail and feel like we know people like to live all along trail has been like. Oh if you get stuck here I can come pick you up. Sir is definitely a completely different situation for us. These and over the past few weeks ruin and Nikolina have been developing a plan with the family. They've been staying with to get back on trail. The family here owns an RV. Rick WHO'S NOT HIKING? He will meet us at least once a week in at trail heads with the RV and he will help us to resupply stuff so we don't have to come in contact with a lot of people and also we don't have to sleep at hostels that we can get a roof overhead in a long bed just by sleeping at the. Are we like that? Makes US gives us a safety net and also gives us a the peace of mind to do these things and not put anyone on risk and do anything stupid. Here's a clip from the video. That ruin and Nikolina posted on their Youtube Channel on April twenty fifth. Come to Tina our safety for the beginning of this and possibly all of it actually come on. Let me show you around this amazing. That pretty much did themselves. All the details showed they chose everything callers on things completely came out with everything and yes. Jeanette is named Tina because of the Lama from Napoleon dynamite. It's GONNA BE INTERESTING HERE IN. May I because the people are planning on going back maybe this despite the fact that the Appalachian Trail Conservancy continues to strongly discourage anyone whether day hikers or through hikers from getting onto the trail so what will happen when Rune Nikolina and other through hikers get back on trail may I clearly? This conversation is far from over as government agencies partner organizations responsible for on the ground management and hikers themselves way their options but one thing is clear this season the Appalachian trail we'll see visitation rates far lower than any other time in recent history. The fact that the trail is getting a year to all trails. I mean all trails are getting a chance to revive and replenish and thrive Is really exciting. There's not going to be this huge impact of through hikers on the trail. I love through acres and I love commute. I Love I want people to get out there. But it's also exciting that the trails actually get a chance to replenish again and the impact not to be so intense this year so that is a positive out of all.
"nikolina" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Have their temperatures taken at the door shares of blackjack tables will likely be moved farther apart and dealers may be wearing masks those are just some of the options that are not being considered all right you have seen as you most likely have one and it's become quite the accessory of the season the mask mmhm which is why a recent Instagram story caught my eye the woman who posted it it's a fashion designer in Orange County she she designed swimsuits for a brand called Nikolina I. G. when coronavirus locked down into a fact she decided to do what some other businesses have done Paffett add to a production of masks because they are so needed when she got to the garment district where her swimsuits are made she was shocked at what she saw the garment district in general had been kind of struggling this last year I mean you kind of get a sense from the cutting production when you walk into a cutting facility and you don't see a lot of movement happening it was a little bit stagnant but when I went in there it was hustling like imagine like a five thousand foot facility and it's just rows and rows of tables all these tables had fabric being piled up to get caught and when you see that that's not very common in especially when everything is on lockdown you're like wait what is going on that is a new colder Roco again she her brand is Nikolina and she runs a podcast is podcast called fast track your fashion a brand a podcast which helps other designers as well but she said she started looking around at all these tables wondering what are all of these people making it would be exciting and if I walked by the table I can see what patterns are being cut Phil I can look at that mask and I I couldn't read what what brand it was but you can tell it's a different company really the call for manufacturing and said Hey open your doors we gotta get these products out it was kind of like the essential item that was in the news there's not enough math is not enough math so the fashion industry really rose to the occasion and I thought first hand and all of these designers a lot of big designers that would normally be making all of their products out of the country in China because it's the only way they can make any money are now moving that manufacturing back here right now they're making masks but the hope is that that will continue after the corona virus pandemic ends and they will continue making more of their product here so if we expand this discussion just very briefly and take it beyond say masks swimsuits right fabric what what if in America there is this transformation where there are a whole lot of people who need work and there are people who are very concerned about the fact that we in America are so dependent on China right now because everything is being made there that they have us over a barrel we're looking for tasks that they're storing in warehouses that they make over there and we go right on down the list I wonder if this isn't the beginning of a movement where manufacturing the rebirth of it in in America well this pandemic has revealed so many critical I lost deficiencies yes flaws in our system the fact that we have all of our pharmaceuticals made another country's most of our clothing is made in other countries it may it may lead to a resurgence of back here for manufacturing at least in this one area the garment district in the LA area is now buzzing in a way it was not during the height of our last bowl blocks on it well on a day when we heard that the new unemployment number in California the number of of of unemployment and the numbers have gone up again nine hundred thousand new applications for unemployment right now called by the way she also says this time right now for innovators and entrepreneurs best time to plan me to set up your logistics get your contacts going you will never probably haven't at a time like this where you have months to actually plan right encouraging let's get on to the roads right now checking finals also look up there Sir well pretty quiet as far as any accidents are concerned eighty from Roseville still nine minutes to the cap cities with this report brought to you by discovered cap city freeway.
"nikolina" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Clearance now playing over the right wing side in hearing this entered into the Nashville zone me shoves it down to the corner Shane over on the right wing side in a clever couldn't quite get there thanks to the efforts of Nikolina Pelino in the right wing corner comes out with the puck toward the half wall goes across now Warren street from the right side of the Vera shot misses the net now Arensky comes down to tap it but it's taken away Matt Duchene right sided centre and try to sleep but then when it comes back to the attic Weber in the Nashville's all nine old three remaining here in the third period Ellis just outside the line trying to work it through stop Univar war war rescue Gibson an off the wall for the left wing side behind the net the puck is pulled up to a rescue at the left point again his wrister deflected over a wide right down the side by gabber cough from behind the net Eric Robinson comes back for William Robinson now around Lilya Roman Yossi back cans gives it to Ryan Ellis Watson returns as well as hello skating across the national line is passed for Watson the eagles won into the corner right side of the Columbus goaltender and get the **** up the center taken away their swept in off the wall by Filip Forsberg passed over to the left wing David Savard loss about the end of this gave the federal for a moment deflected just away from the ground jackets on the left side and they'll bring that back seven fifty one remaining here in the third time in three predators.
"nikolina" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Isn't that where the phrase do what that will which was later adapted by Croly came about from the hellfire club came originally from the health later to be adopted the motto of the? Various Alice, probably who is worshipped by lots and lots of people from Timothy Leary to the Beatles and lots of other people, but he was playing abominable human being who may have even sacrificed children. There's no nearly no limits to what he's been accused of doing. I think he called himself the beast or something it was proud of. It sounds like Croly would have been quite at home at the hellfire club. And also you make an interesting connection that another member of the hellfire club. I'm not sure if it was contemporaneous with Benjamin Franklin was a relative of John Wilkes booth. I guess it would have been maybe his grandfather or something. Yeah. It was Wilkes maybe John Wilkes. I forget the exact name. But yeah, he was he definitely wants to I guess libertine certainly Wilkes John Wilkes booth was he's been compared by historians. To Brad Pitt for this area. He was he was profile celebrity. He wasn't some unknown guy was a real celebrity, and he was a dashing figure and was quite the womanizer self. So maybe the libertine streak ran in the family. Let's see first time. Caller, nikolina is in Santa Rosa, California nikolina. Good morning. Hi, good morning. I interested in your show. But I'm kind of interested in about. I'm native American, and nobody has ever written anything about native Americans for the history books. They haven't even changed them yet. Yeah. And I just doing if you're gonna be in any doubt made American. During you know, I I certainly think the president Kennedy said he's the treatment of the the American Indian is is is a national disgrace. And I think I write a little bit about. And certainly I mentioned about Jackson in this book that while I like a lot of populous Tennessee, he was really incorrigible racist, especially towards native Americans, and I write a little bit about I have a little section called Cowboys and Indians where I go over some of the the the tragedies that occurred among native American population. You certainly can look at it that way they're there too. As to look at it when when explorers came here where it was too much of the country was was unconquered. So there was there was no reason why they perhaps couldn't have settled it. But it's hard to know from this distant vantage point of who is really the bad guy. Good guy there. How bad the the colonists were, but they were on ising. And certainly they're the ones that one. And as I point out repeat. Hundley in this book history is written by the victors. So unfortunately, the Indians weren't victories. And we see the state of native Americans today where they're kind of shepherded away the separate, but equal society that no one seems to protest about whether on their kind of ship down reservations, and they live apart largely from the rest of society. So it's it's a sad story. You can Lena. Thank you for the call. And thank you for these three hours. Don, that's a long haul and you acquitted yourself quite nicely. Thanks for hanging out. Don't thanks for having me, Richard. I I always appreciate it. And again crimes and cover ups of American politics seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three when does it drop? I think it's if they're saying June now so look for in June. But it's out there. Now, you can preorder on Amazon and elsewhere lots of people have already so lineup and get your copy now with a forward by Ron Paul Don, thanks again. Thank you very much richer. All right. That is it for me for George Noory, George Knapp, Lisa Lyon. Stephanie Smith, Tom, Dan, Heuser Dankali, Chris barrels, Gregg, Bishop,.
"nikolina" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Isn't that where the phrase do what that will which was later adapted by Croly came about from the hellfire club came originally from the hellfire later to be adopted? The motto of the Alice probably who is worship by lots and lots of people from Timothy Leary to the Beatles and lots of other people, but he was abominable human being. May have even sacrificed children. There's nearly no limits to what he's been accused of doing. I think he called himself the beast or something it was proud of it. Sounds like a Croly would have been quite at home at the hellfire club. And also that you make an interesting connection that another member of the hellfire club. I'm not sure if it was contemporaneous with Benjamin Franklin was a relative of John Wilkes booth. I guess it would have been mega his grandfather or something, and it was Wilkes maybe John Wilkes. I forget the exact name. But yeah, he was he definitely wants to I guess libertine certainly Wilkes John Wilkes booth was he's been compared by stories to Brad Pitt of his area. He was he was profiled celebrity wasn't some unknown guy was a real celebrity, and he was a dashing figure and was quite the womanizer himself. So maybe the libertine streak ran in the family. Let's see first time. Caller, nikolina is in Santa Rosa, California. Nikolina good morning. Good morning. I've always been interested in your show. But I'm kind of interested in about. I'm native American, and nobody has ever written anything about native Americans for the history books. I haven't even changed them yet. You know? And I was just wondering if you're gonna be reading any books made it. Americans during I certainly think as president Kennedy said he the the treatment of the the American Indian is is a national disgrace. And I think I write a little bit about. And certainly I mentioned about Jackson in this book that while I like a lot of populace that Tennessee he was really incorrigible racist, especially towards native Americans, and I write a little bit about I have a little section called Cowboys and Indians where I go over some of the the the tragedy that occurred native American population, you certainly can look at it that way they're they're to ways to look at it. When when explorers came here where there was much of the country was was unconquered. So there was there was no reason why they perhaps couldn't have settled it. But it it's hard to know from this distant vantage point of who is really the bad guy. Good guy there. How bad is that? They they call us world, but they work on ising. And certainly they're the ones that one. And as I. Out repeatedly in this book history is written by the victors. So unfortunately, the Indians weren't victories. And we see the state of native Americans today where they're kind of shepherded away the separate, but equal society that no one seems to protest about whether on their ship down reservations, and they live apart largely from the rest of society. So yeah, it's it's a sad story. Nikolina? Thank you for the call. And thank you for these three hours. Don, that's a long haul and you acquitted yourself quite nicely. Thanks for hanging out. Don't thanks for having me, Richard. I I always appreciate it. And again crimes and cover ups of American politics seventeen seventy six to nineteen sixty three when does it drop? I think they're saying June now so look for it in June. But it's out there. Now, you can preorder on Amazon and elsewhere lots of people have already so lineup and get your copy now with a forward by Ron Paul, Don. Thanks again. Thank you very much. All right. That is it for me for George Noory, George Napalese. Lisa. Stephanie Smith, Tom, Dan Heiser,.
"nikolina" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Who will say it not yet? I'm not ready to know. Hold on a second. I'm not ready to go there yet. I still wanna think of the idea of Jim Dolan hitting porzingas on the head. No, no. You can't make it porzingas can make a plan be porzingas. Tim Hardaway junior. It's tough naming another Nick, I know I'm looking through the roster Ron Baker. He's averaging four minutes a game. Ron Baker maybe run Baker. Goes hair would move into the life away. I mean, how many Knicks do you think the audience can name if I asked the audience go ahead and put it on the pole Guillermo at lebatardshow Instagram and Twitter the mecca stugatz isn't Hicks fan. Yeah. It can't be in his Kanter. I mean, Sarah nikolina is there nikolina nikolina. Yeah. The guys don't you have that guy who can't decide which what Latin he wants to be? It's Gomez Hernandez. Hernan Gomez some I think he's in Denver. Yeah. He's playing well, of course. That's what former Knicks could attend ver. On the best team in the west, right? I ate them. How many how many next do you think people in the audience Canadian here just put it just say how can how many Knicks can you name zero one two to three to four four to five. They are trotting out some guys I'm telling you man, I'm a Knicks fan. I've never heard of these guys. I had no idea they were on my team. I mean, just some of their lineups who've it is stuff to watch bad. So I'm guessing that the average MBA fan kit named more than three next. They think they can. But I'm telling you, they can't my I gotta tell you. I think that this game that you claim I love to play during the holidays. What if he were black ryen russillo spinning it on its head and asking the question what if he were white? I think that Michael Jordan exists in a plane above all of that like in another racial hemisphere that none of us understand. He sort of floats like Michael Jordan could've committed all the crimes in the NBA pl-. Plus what Donald sterling did somehow, and he'd still be allowed to be the owner of his team because he's Michael Jordan, and he made the league, and he's you know, for fifteen years, he was the symbol of American youth and vitality in this country for everybody like, and so he just gets to be like he exists put that on the poll as well as Michael Jordan exists in a plane above race race or racial injustice. Because I think Michael Jordan could Michael Jordan did punch Steve Kerr in the face, and nobody cares. No, no. They said he was a leader rate leadership. Imaginative kirpan, Jordan. You know, what's funny about Kurd right out here. You guys were talking during the break about the idea that cur, can you imagine Kerr hitting a warrior, and I think it was both billion Chris said Steve Kerr short man, he can't reach up there. And you're like, wait a minute. You guys know that Steve Kerr bigger than anyone in this room. Right. But because he plays in lifts in that world. He looked short. I I'm pretty sure Steve Kerr is taller than anyone presently in this building, right? And is just sort of. But he's a tall, dude. Six foot three. I've got him barely above Stu Gotz. You have. I wonder who else is like that. I'm five eight who who else is somebody that the the size would surprise you. Because I think people would be surprised at how short Charles Barkley is given that, you know, he led the league in rebounding, and he's not that much taller than Steve Kerr. The thing is his ass is where a human next should be. That's the way he was able to rebound like that. The ram mound of rebate. Thank you. Not donlevatar. You.
"nikolina" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And Twitter the mecca stugatz isn't Hicks fan. Yeah. It can't be in his Kanter. I mean, Sarah nikolina is there nikolina nikolina. Yeah. The guys don't you have that guy who can't decide which wet Latin? He wants to be. It's Gomez Hernandez. Hernan Gomez on. I think he's somewhere. I think he's in Denver. Yeah. He's playing well, of course. That's what former Knicks could attend ver. On the best team in the west, right? I ate them. How many how many next do you think people in the audience can name here? Just put it just say how can how many Knicks can you name zero one two to three to four four to five. They are trotting out some guys I'm telling you man, I'm a Knicks fan. I've never heard of these guys. I had no idea they were on my team. I mean, just some of their lineups who it is stuff to watch bad. I'm guessing that you know, the average MBA fan can't named more than three next. They think they can. But I'm telling you, they can't my I gotta tell you. I think that this game that you claim I love to play during the holidays. What if he were black ryen russillo spinning it on its head and asking the question what if he were white? I think that Michael Jordan exists in a plane above all of that like in another racial hemisphere that none of us understand. He sort of floats. Like, Michael Jordan could have committed all the crimes in the NBA pl-. Plus what Donald sterling did somehow, and he'd still be allowed to be the owner of his team because he's Michael Jordan, and he made the league, and he's you know, for fifteen years, he was the symbol of American youth and vitality in this country for everybody like, and so he just gets to be like he exists put that on the poll as well as Michael Jordan exists in a plane above race race or racial injustice. Because I think Michael Jordan could Michael Jordan did punch Steve Kerr in the face, and nobody cares. No, no. They said he was a leader rate leadership. Imagine if kirpan Jordan, you know, what's funny about Kurd right out here. You guys were talking during the break about the idea that cur, can you imagine Kerr hitting a warrior, and I think it was both billion Chris said Steve Kerr short man, he can't reach up there. And you're like, wait a minute. You guys know Steve current bigger than anyone in this room. Right. But because he plays in lifts in that world. He looked short. I I'm pretty sure Steve Kerr is taller than anyone presently in this building. Right. And is just sort of me. But he's a tall, dude. Six foot three. I've got him barely above Stu Gotz. You have. I wonder who else is like that. I'm five eight who else is somebody that the the size would surprise you. Because I think people would be surprised at how short Charles Barkley is given that, you know, he led the league in rebounding, and he's not that much taller than Steve Kerr. The thing is his ass is where human next should be. That's the way he was able to rebound like that. The ram mound of rebate. Thank you. Not.
"nikolina" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Three twenty three. Here's a little tidbit member. Derek fisher. No, he didn't get into a fight with anybody. He's got a new job. If you head coach. On the pro level NBA close WNBA. He's a new head coach in Los Angeles. Sparks. Everybody gets a second chance. I guess let's go to Bobby in the Bronx, Bobby Hello. How are you, sir? I'm doing. All right. What's going on? Good. Good. Good. I agree with that caller last hour, and I think it's it's central because it looks like evolving in the Red Sox are close to agreement and. I I just feel that you gotta sign hat. It's very crucial and essential to sign because it had goals. Who? Who who's going to be a false start? You can't depend on CC to be your false daughter. Now, it seems like paiko might be heading to the Braves and the Indians are playing hardball with pitches. So if I'm Cashman, I'm not wasting any time I'm signing up as soon as possible. What do you think on that? I think you have to because Machado and Harper if you're really is in those guys they're not going anywhere anytime soon that that that deals not being struck. And if if you told Boris they listen, we we gotta finish the loosen would happen. And we'll get to your guys. He would understand. Hey, they want the Yankees in in any kind of go stations. But you don't wanna be wasting your time. Not doing what you're supposed to do it hap. And somebody else swoops in one. What if the Red Sox went after them? I don't think there's nobody's mentioned that. But what you know? It's not a ruler. But what what if they did that the Yankees caught napping on the job? You know? It's not only Red Sox teams have signed the longer you wait. The worst is going to be any of the Yankees told them. Just wait somebody comes up like a Corbin offering gives you more money than than than you can imagine you're gonna take it. Exactly, exactly. So Cashman, I know your patient but regarding Saudi fish regarding starting pitching for next year. It's it's about time that you make the move and you make it now. Getting the Knicks Mr. page, you know, they play in the Celtics tonight. Yup. And as you remember the last time, they played the Knicks beat the Celtics. Now, I'm predicting the Celtics to blow up the Knicks. But I want to I have a question on one player and Franken knits, listen. I don't know about this kid Mr. page is it sort of like a deer in headlights on the court. It's like it's confidence shop, I know he plays defense. But he can't shoot the ball. He can't rebound. He looks out of place. Do you find maybe the Knicks might be trading before the all star game if he doesn't shape up and thank you for taking my Corvus page. I think the better thing to do if if you think he doesn't have the skills to be in the NBA, then you trade him personally. I don't think he does. Because he's. He's playing defense at a time when nobody plays defense. Okay. That's fine. But more importantly, he can't shoot. And that's that's everybody's shoots. The three seven foot three five foot. Three doesn't matter. You shooting jumps out from way downtown. I think you know, I I know people were asking if Knox and Mitchell Robinson would be sent to the G league. And and physical said, no he said he wants them to if they're not getting the minutes. He wants to see what it's like being here. Nicolini on the other hand he was here last year. I'd send them to the G league. Because but the problem with that is if you send them to the G league, and he can't shoot down there. Nobody wants them. He can't shoot. And you know, he was supposed to be a garbage shooting guard and point guard. You can't play him at forward. It just really no position for if you can't shoot you can't create your own shit. I mean, that's it. Everybody in the NBA at one point was was the leading scorer highschool AAU college up there. And most of the guys in the NBA in European guys are different, but most of the guys in the in the NBA went through the AAU. Vein if you will. AAU to college one and done to to to the NBA European players are different some of them. They're more mature because they've been playing pro at an early age, Ricky Rubio and even Neil keenum. But when I read a stats about him in in Europe, I said, well, that's not you know. No, I don't don't tell me that you know. So and so's averaging nine points playing ten minutes. Well, if he plays forty minutes, he's going to have is close to thirty. Now, it doesn't work like that. But I think the G league would be a better thing for him. If you want to salvage if not move them. Let's go to Fran and massapequa. Fran. What's happening Tony page? What's up my man much? What's going on? Happen here. Or what were you, you're listening? But Joe beningo earlier. No, it was great. A couple of band got a guy calling up the patriots fan saying Joe are they shouldn't go after the guy who got fired by the pack. They should eat a terrible code into the guy. Oh boy. You a New England Patriots. You don't know nothing about the coaches coach just great, you know, a patriot fan jet fan about bad guys a bad coach. Meanwhile, the jets have had Joe beningo just snap news break. Okay. But I hate that. When you know, you got a guy like a patriot fan or Yankee fan calling up and giving advice, you know, what I mean? Sense everybody. Why? A Yankee fan will never in a million years have not even one percent. I what it's like the pain. It'd be a met fan like like, well, we're going through right now. Who has any idea? What's going to happen? It's positive because they're making moving shaking things up. But as I met fan, you just say, let's do it. Here we go the Yankee fan just shut up and worry about the Yankees. I'm sick of teams each other guys calling and talking about you know, other people's team. I always hated that. Okay. Jackson had great coaches. You know what I mean? Right. Anything would be a positive. I mean, I just stepped off. But really quick things with the Knicks. Another disaster ads. So young forget it there is Rory sushi. You know what I mean every good right or wrong, though. I mean, you know, it's scary. Process. Yeah. You're gonna weed of these guys Nick nikolina might be one of the first guys to go because he's not. Seventy percent. And of course, they're not gonna go Kevin seventy two they're gonna win. Yeah. You know, they're gonna win. In eighteen games finishing sixth place. Overall. Six six places sixth seat is a player. Right. Exactly. Even finish third and get like the ninth pick because they did all the Serb most ball chances. But it's all garbage. That's why what I'm what I do. Now. Tony is what I do. I watched the game until it's almost a disaster coming you know, what I mean? And then I started off as if I'm watching the game. And all of a sudden they're about the fall behind on about the blow to lead. I turn it off. I don't get upset watching the eye of the game. If they win in the team ties them up. I can't destroy me anymore. They stopped playing good weather. That's what I watch the bottom line. Is this just be honest. It's all about the money now only. I mean, I wanted to say something am I ask you a question? I found this out the other day. I couldn't believe it. Jagai was watching the news and a guys talking to somebody about how much money people have in America businesses. And he says didn't realize how much a billion a billion dollars just a billion. And the guy was like. Listen to this. You want to count to a billion by one my second one second to second. How long would it take taking account to a billion a couple of years? Thirty one years thirty one years. Okay. Tonight. I'm not talking, you know, BB, you know, what I mean? Right. Thirty point being is this so much money. These guys have and a hard working guy. You know, we got to put up with such nonsense in sports. These guys are multi multimillionaire beat up their wives because they're out drinking what they should do never mind them out what they should ban drinking alcohol is brutal. And if you don't drink, and you don't you're wondering go out tonight, and by a fifth of vodka and founded and seeing you'll be videotaping and see if you become a different person, I'm sick and tired of everybody. Why do we let alcohol just run wild? And believe me when these guys start smacking girlfriends and getting out of hand that they are you and Kate, and you always say alcohol kills and I don't understand why Tony look at the numbers. It's unbelievable. I'm a very very light drinker. Dodd made it that way. Not my choice. But these guys are the money. Just makes me sick. Love you. Tony. All right. Well, some guys beaten up. There was nothing. Look do it. There's a lot of incidents liquors involved. But sometimes it's just the rage of the person, you know, doesn't he doesn't any liquor to be idiot. And why is while you look at any sporting event, whether the commercials on TV or the sign in the arena is there's some beer somewhere because it makes money and it brings money into the franchise. Let's go to excuse me. Ron and Bronx. Ryan you're on the fan. Yeah. Tony. Yes, sir. How you doing? All right, man. What's going on? Oh, I wanted to talk about the Yankees. And Goldsmith sure, I think he was the perfect player for them to trade for is about for the Yankees or the cardinals for the for the for the Yankees. But what would your basement average? I don't know what his salary is never matters for the Yankees. I think he's on his walkie though. That's that's the that's the thing though. Okay. So the Yankees damn money. They can sign him. But I just thought what are you? What did you is like is front may? Maybe you gotta give us some lower level prospects. Because it didn't I I think we must have went to the gods gave up nothing. It seems. Yeah, I take this the process because the one player the area of of us foreign eleven something like that either a four point nine year, right? And the cats who was batting one fourteen. So it must be looked at that. I said, this is crazy. I mean in that respect Arizona just throw them away. Yeah. Maybe the Yankees going to give them something else. But who gives up the cardinals? No, that's funny. No one that wasn't on the nobody wrote about it. And no hint about it. Whereas Goldsmith going and boom the cardinals. But yeah, it would have been I said for the for the Yankees. But I just wonder could could you have gotten them with you know, if you if the cardinals gave him nothing, maybe give them a little more than nothing and you'd Adam. Exactly, I'm I'm saying what I mean is he not a perfect don't Yankees needle for his basement. Yeah, they need a I mean, they need a play that can hit the average. I mean, we don't need a whole lot of home months. No. I think. Just didn't see his name mentioned just for the Yankees. I don't know why I think he's either. I mean, he's not a lefty. So maybe that has something. That's the thing. They got enough right handed batters. Yeah. That's why you know Harper kinda makes sense. But I'm like would you just get the pitching staff fixed because those guys on going? Oh, we definitely gotta get to prison staff sticks. Yeah. So I I think that's what you know that that to me that's the number one priority because happens is just a question of sitting down not knock out two years in numbers and getting it done. Which auto and and Harper if you're really interested in those guys, it's a little more involvement. It's gonna take longer you don't wanna be wasting a whole bunch of time since they waste, but you don't wanna put all your time with them. And all of a sudden somebody's swoops in and takes happening, then what eight seven seven three seven sixty six sixty six baseball, basketball and football. We come back. When it comes to taking care of.
"nikolina" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Com. Tom hope you're enjoying this rewind. Today's Len Berman and Michael real in the morning. We'll be back with a new show tomorrow from six to ten on seven W O r. We've got we've got over the edge here. Now, we have naked ladies on our website. It's unbelie this is all because of you really do you wake up in the morning and surf porn every morning. We get these emails from Riedel. And this is the story it's world's hottest grandma is banned from Instagram, and I can see why. I mean, she's totally naked in the shot land come on. When I brought that story teary attention. You're like hot under the collar. Hubba granny stuff. Just I mean, she's she's not a granny. Okay. She's even say granny when you say this woman. She's now she's. I know. But when you say granny you having you think fainter Ginsburg, great granny great-great-great, create is she's a young grandmother. My goodness. Anyway, there's a picture that was banned. And she's she's she fought the ban. They took her down completely. Her name is Gina Stuart. It's an Australia, and she's she claimed that Instagram remove the picture because it did not comply with their guidelines. But she says the guidelines say, no nipples the guideline guideline, which I think is a great guideline. I think. Life. There's no double stake. As we learned yesterday from doctor ause, you better find those nipples to administer CPR right between the nipples hands between a nipples on our radio. I'm administering CPR to this granny. I can tell you. I don't know if you could get between those. Anyway. She said I'm going to try. She's asked Instagram's are re re post the picture because it's only a naked side shot and our hairs covering her Natalie. Can you be the official arbiter here? There are no nipples. Right. I. It's it's very close. Very close. Well, if I if you want to see the world's hottest grandma can't believe a put naked pictures on our website, and I couldn't be prouder go to seven W, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael, this is this. And this is what you found. How do you find this stuff? I'm telling you surf for porn in the morning. Go on the website of the New York Post the finest newspaper in the country. They break all the big stories, and they are right on top of the hottest grandma in the world. And Anthony who's our associate producer who's I dunno lives with his parents still. So he's a kid. He's moved on from that now. But but you gotta say she's forty eight but she's hot, right? Yes. Agree on that. He has three thumbs up. So yes, he's speaking of hot have you heard about this New Jersey high school teacher she sent nude photos to a student. This happens on a student. All right. Her name is nikolina Shelly. She's twenty nine of Hillsborough township. She's attractive, by the way. She's very cute had been having sexually explicit conversations with a seventeen year old male student. What's wrong with these teachers? I don't get it. Well, I would say this, I suppose. I'll tell you. Here's a bit of a serious point to make here. Pretty good. Stop laughing at me. Here's a series point. She's a young attractive woman. Stuck out there in New Jersey? I'm sure that. Talking. Panhandle. I'm sure the dating pool there. Oh, so great. The guy she's gonna meet her age probably married now and want to have an affair with her. So and the dates are probably bad. I mean, she's twenty nine. New jersey. Okay. Tanzania's in the mix here. Well, he doesn't listen. So she's just she's bonding with the student teacher student bond, very deep a hole deeper. She just thinks this kid is kinda cute, and he's more interesting and more fun than a lot of those New Jersey guys after meet at some bar somewhere. They're probably married or have a girlfriend, and she meets the young attractive guy and off she goes, I can understand it from the teacher's perspective. Okay. You're okay with this. Okay. With the kids Peres. However, maybe I should go out to New Jersey and. Perry teacher meeting because I might do pretty well. There's this thing called the teacher convention. It's in Atlantic City. Oh. Oh, forget Alice. Stockton Rossini said Michael Riedel out. They're gonna post this one's picture up to. She's cute. She's cute. Not commenting on these things anymore. This one in New Jersey this hot dog shop in Denver got in trouble because it's called weenies. Says grab yours here on the t shirts, the employee's where t shirts grab yours here. And there's an arrow pointing down the arrows pointing down to the fine print of the website. Oh, but the it says grab your weenies with an arrow pointing south. Sara Lee is caused quite a stir at this hot dog shop, and what are they done with the t shirts. Can they still wear them? If sold out oh. So. Sold out an opening day. Now, they had to reorder more of them. Oh, can we get them to say danville? New jersey. Okay. I'm gonna be there today. So can you? Can you get some t-shirts chance for leading Michael can you wear tomorrow Natalie? Weenies grab yours here or what with the arrow pointing down. That's where you grab your weenie. We should be giving these t shirts away. What's this for cocktail? Michael Berman in the morning, bad terrible t shirts with this is a great t shirt. I go. Let's change our T shirts. Grab your we. No, no, no, no. No, no, okay. No, go check out the stuff a website. It's pure point, folks. Hey, covered up. Why is Nikki Haley leaving UN? We have insight from ABC State Department. Correspondent Connor Finnegan? Remember thinking mom had ice in the back of her head Lakers. Superpower was spotting troubled before it happened. Well, now, it's on.
"nikolina" Discussed on Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
"You know what this mine expanding in its hulahoop proper jet generation just one dot com presents celebs bob culture fashion now and gets to tell me not to curse some of that this brandy glanville unfiltered now here's brandy gland bills okay so one of my favorite superhero doctors has come in doctor yes so she's like she looks like a barbie doll and but she's smart like a doctor is a doctor and we were on a show together called marriage yukon and she was like the doctor that were gucci all the time and she's like perfect she's got a great asan she says faulk and you tell people to fuck off and laker though i'm super excited yes i mean hello a blond with brown eyes faced is fuck let's get her yeah yeah let's do it hello welcome to brandy glanville unfiltered i'm sitting here with dr v we dr v she's dr venus nikolai nikolina jesus scientist faster venus nichelino nichelino my uncle that's how it got that was a nice accent on for a while so you're doing there i was modeling back in like one hundred years ago amazing amazing italy's amazing i gained like ten pounds all the food is so good so good oh my god this my favorite place to visit like it's just italy remind to us it's a q we get off the plane and you feel like in some way it's just in your genetics feel like you belong ever is a passionate so kind everyone talks you ever it they've just live there in like such a great way for sure the guys are high for oh yes for sure so we're getting so you are you have three different degrees you so many degrees it's kind of crazy well i have an undergrad i have a masters in counseling psychology a masters in clinical psychology and a peach d in clinical psychology so the umbrella is really all about crazy yes you know at least i kept it to the same field.
"nikolina" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Feeling you have in your body you blocked you you you cannot be sinking is a human mother or woman you know like that now you have to think like a robot just dig and don't ask non thing and i remember when i went back to the hotel i i don't know what to do so i turn on the tv the loudest i could and i didn't want to sing and that's the way it handled it the next day they came back and found more graves and the third day even more every day we were finding like nine ten each grave contained large garbage bags full of bodies with some graves holding as many as fifteen people besides the physical and mental toll of the work it was dangerous one day early on in the dig lucy was leaving the kalina site like the second week we were coming out in the this fan the pick this up of their displays in two guys were outside waiting for us with the long weapons she says the men pointed their guns at solicit those van as it pulled away and i told the other moms look if you decide you don't want to risk here's your life's doing this i understand but let me tell you i'm coming tomorrow i'm going to stop coming this not make me give up you're kidding let you come here by yourself we coming to even the lucy knows that many of the criminals who kidnapped and murdered people don't want solo seat though digging up bodies she also thinks that some of them feel remorse or guilt and maybe if you do want the bodies to be found she can't be sure but she suspects that the anonymous men who gave seat of the map of kalina's were killers themselves there's no way to confirm it but as she points out who else but criminals would have access to such a detailed map of where to dig for dead bodies it's been a good year and a half since solicitors started excavating nikolina site and they're still finding bodies the week before i visited better cruise they found two more at the time of this recording solicit though has found two hundred eighty seven bodies that gelinas some people call it.
"nikolina" Discussed on KGO 810
"Limited about this and the importance of that have at it a lot meeting men have no idea about a woman the net me or even what to do and guess what they shouldn't know women's should know we need to be educating women more about their bodies we a very penis central world so that stuck out to me a little this because sometimes i think women just get you know get bored or they're doing other things and the sexes like the last thing on their list that they feel like hold on there because that's a very tacked into that lauren because sometimes it's that that's the medication they're taking the relationship isn't as intimate as they would live around stress or the menopause is coming onto the they're not they're not typically the they are not prioritizing it perhaps and and what what this author also said is that women's sexual landscape are much more complex that's the other part they many to be understood to teach taught about is how to how to help them with more diversity more change more surprise whatever it is that that particular woman needs i think that goes back to our cultural view about women's bodies so for example you know you can't you can say the word penis but you cannot say the workload torres on some networks i mean this is there's a problem with that cold truly is our bodies are seen as off limits to even talk about i mean look at health class when they're going over sex ed they're talking about the ovaries mean but the penis they'll talk about what the penis actually does gloss over the pretorius be fair it it's an interesting sort of combination of functions they can't avoid it in one one respect but you're i get your point and to that end this we we're going to keep this going dot you hold on a second we tv marriage book boot camp where you can see dr nichelino nectar venus nikolina doctor v also known as such and we will be with her in just a second it's midday live.